US Troops In Iraq Moved To Jordan

As the war in Iraq has been declared over again, US troops are set to end operations and leave. However according to sources those troops are not returning home, but in are in fact being set to another theatre. As the situation in Syria is deteriorating quickly, the US is gearing up for a military action against the embattled nation.

Sibel Edmonds, formerly a translator with the FBI has come forward with information saying that US forces have already begun massing along the Syrian boarder and have been there for some time now. She says US and NATO troops have landed on Jordanian and Syrian border. She also said that the US media has been instructed to voluntarily censor itself and not reveal this information to the public. Also according to Edmonds, American and NATO forces are training Turkish troops as well, most likely to launch a strike from the north of Syria.

Edmonds has said that an Iraqi journalist in London has confirmed that US forces that left the Ain al-Assad Air Base in Iraq as a part of President Obama’s planned troop withdrawal. Those troops that were withdrawn were sent to the nation of Jordan on December 13th. Another source, writes Edmonds, informs her that “soldiers who speak languages other than Arabic” have been moving throughout country and have been seen only a few miles from the boarder with Syria.

Nizar Nayouf, a correspondent for Edmond’s Boiling Frog Post whistle-blower site, says an employee of the London-based offices of Royal Jordanian Airlines has further confirmed that at least one US aircraft transporting military personnel has brought American troops into Jordan in recent days.

Edmonds also says that US military personnel have been training near the Jordanian boarder since May. Finally it has also been reported that defected Syrian colonel Riad al-Assad is preparing troops to take over the Syrian government as well.

This has confirmed what many have felt true for a few months now. That US imperialism is about to use the social unrest under Bashar al-Assad as pretext for an invasion of Syria and installing a pro-US business interest regime. The Syrian President has expressed as much in recent weeks, claiming that the hostility towards his regime was the work of American provocateurs. He called the protests the work of the US and that those who support them were helping US interests.