Today President Trump officially decided to end the Obama and CIA program which armed ‘moderate’ rebels in Syria who inevitably joined ISIS or unleashed terror on native Syrians, according to a new report.
The United States support for rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar Assad was an establishment backed and controversial policy which consisted of rhino conservatives like Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham and was forced into action by former President Obama in the country as recently as last fall.
Former President Barack Obama began the weapons shipments in 2013 and a GOP-led Congress at the time eased restrictions on the program in 2016 in order to please their globalist financiers.
The two United Nations voices of Russia and Turkey, a NATO ally, have both accused the United States of backing terrorist groups. In fact many of groups which were armed ended up as splinter cells of either Al Qaeda or the Islamic State, fighting against Americans and Coalition Forces with the very weapons the United States gave them.
"Officials said the phasing out of the secret program reflects Trump's interest in finding ways to work with Russia, which saw the anti-Assad program as an assault on its interests," according to the Washington Post, which first reported the move. "The shuttering of the program is also an acknowledgment of Washington's limited leverage and desire to remove Assad from power."
Russia has on countless occasions denounced United States support for the rebel groups involved in the civil war, accusing the U.S. of invoking a "hostile act" against the sovereign nation of Syria.
Along with countless bombing campaigns by Israel, the United States under the Obama Administration was accused also of trying to block a joint effort with Russia to eliminate the Islamic State.
In fact, Israel has admitted to giving direct funding, food, fuel and medical supplies to the rebels to keep Isis and Iranian-allied forces in neighboring civil war at bay away from the Israeli border.
"Overall, it appears that the Authorization Act has been adopted by the outgoing Obama administration to create problems for the incoming Trump administration and complicate its relations on the international stage, as well as to force it to adopt an anti-Russia policy," Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in December. "We hope the new administration will be more sagacious."
President Trump's decision to end the clearly joint intelligence agency subversion of Syria will likely irritate the lawmakers who voted for the 2016 defense bill, the very elected officials like McCain and Graham that Trump supporters adamantly despise.
Senate Intelligence Committee member James Lankford, of Oklahoma, for instance, recently praised United States intelligence efforts in Syria, without actually naming any specific covert programs.
"The past few days of travel in the Middle East were another reminder that the United States of America has the best military and intelligence professionals in the world," Lankford said in May. "We must work with allies in the region to destroy terrorist groups before they can bring additional terrorist strikes on Americans."
The newest revelation follows a pair of meetings between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. President Trump was elected to cut unnecessary costs and has on repeated occasions said the United States should not be intervening in Syria or any sovereign nation that it has no business being involved in.
The first meeting between the two global superpowers of Trump and Putin coincided with the new and highly praised announcement of a ceasefire which they brokered in southern Syria along with the nation of Jordan.
The details of the second meeting between the powerful leaders which was not announced publicly by the White House, are unknown; but leftist media has of course accused the President of doing so under a veil of secrecy even while displaying images that show at least fifty others present at the massive dinner table.
"It's probably a nod to reality," said Ilan Goldenberg, a former Obama administration official, noting how Russia and Assad Noth have consistently reclaimed ground and have a strong position in Syria.
The specific details of the decision to end the program or exactly how it will be implemented, including which terrorists the CIA have been funding exactly that will lose access to resources due to President Trump's internal civil war against the globalist deep state remain unclear.
The newest policy change however "will not affect a separate Pentagon led effort" to defeat the Islamic State and it's subsidiaries in Syria, which is what President TRUMP campaigned on, “wiping ISIS off the face of the earth.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has been vocal in his own anger towards the United States for its arming of the Syrian Kurds, blood enemies to Turkey, in their fight against ISIS.
Turkey repeatedly claims that the Syrian Kurds are affiliated with a group of Turkish separatists that's sole purpose designated as foreign terrorist organization by the State Department, is to subvert the Turkish regime
"They give support to terrorist groups including ISIS and the Syrian Kurds," Erdogan said in early December. "It's very clear. We have confirmed evidence, with pictures, photos and videos."
The fact remains that there truly are no ‘moderate rebels’, and most of the most vicious chemical attacks against civilians are actually financed by the CIA.
Those groups and the Kurdish fighters have been the main deep state proxies in the so called fight against ISIS, and seemingly ISIS was able to continue to gain ground during the Obama Administration raising eyebrows as to why the hell the United States was financing a sovereign ‘Civil War’ that had nothing to do with America.
Most claim that Israel was in an attempt to suppress Russia and Iran from controlling critical swathes of Syrian territory that could be used to threaten Israel and Saudi Arabia, of which are both direct competitors for oil pipelines into Europe, with both sides wanting control of Syrian land to fulfill their ulterior profit motives.
"This is a force that we can't afford to completely abandon," Goldenberg told the Post. "If they are ending the aid to the rebels altogether, then that is a huge strategic mistake."
President Trump was elected by the people to govern this nation, and it sure seems as if he's now fighting back fiercely against the deep state which many view as a shadow government.