Hold on there tiger, I knew you were eager to jump in with your awesome takedown, but slow down a little. You are jumping all over the place.
I'm pretty tired, so I'll have to keep this brief.
I asked you 6 questions in #133, and answered all of yours. You only answered the bit about chocolate ice cream, so let's start there.
Now I'm curious, because you seem to know everything about what's going on in Syria. Can you answer all of the questions you asked first? Should be easy, just copy/paste. It is how you set up your argument, isn't it, so you could tattoo my balls or whatever...?
The US is aligned with the SDF, not the PKK. Turkey considers the SDF to be a terrorist organization, as does Russia. The US considers the PKK to be a terrorist organization, as does most of NATO, but not Russia. By withdrawing the small coalition of troops from the region, the US essentially green-lighted Turkey's invasion. From what I've read, this was seen as a betrayal by the SDF, members of the US Armed Forces and even people in Congress who I generally dislike.
I had to look up where the refugees are going, it appears that the relief agencies have retreated across the border back into Turkey and that Kurdish civilians are scattering into the mountains, although I assume some will try to stay with the relief agencies that have moved into Turkey. The existing 3.6 million Syrian refugees are not all Kurdish, but I'm not sensing that details matter much to you.
Russian forces got massacred in 2018 by coalition forces, including SDF militia and US military...having the US out of Northern Syria is a boon to Putin. Who knows what kind of deal he and Erdogan have struck? I don't, but I would not be surprised to hear about a natural gas pipeline going up in the next year or two.
You still haven't explained the strategy here, or why boots-on-the-ground military personnel, foreign policy experts and politicians from both sides of the aisle have condemned the move, and use the word, "Abandoned," to describe what appears to be a unilateral decision here by the CiC.
ISIS was largely smashed by the SDF, and now we're leaving them to be bombed by Turkey. Smarter people than me suggest that this could lead to a resurgence, as thousands of prisoners may be freed or escape.
Our NATO allies have called upon Turkey to halt their attack. DJT has threatened sanctions, despite green-lighting the attack. Stable genius!
If you don't mind, now that you've made your assumptions about what I know or don't know about Syria, please explain what this means:
As I have stated strongly before, and just to reiterate, if Turkey does anything that I, in my great and unmatched wisdom, consider to be off limits, I will totally destroy and obliterate the Economy of Turkey (I've done before!)
Specifically, I'd like to know what DJT considers to be "off limits" and when he obliterated the economy of Turkey in the past.
My comments about what "it looks like" to me are speculative. You can take those with a grain of salt. I know you don't understand nuance, though, so I don't really care. Your unhinged reply was pretty much what I expected anyway.