Another NEC-SE prediction was validated yesterday. This is the third prediction validated this week. Unfortunately every-time we are correct in our prediction some dies in the Middle East. We hope that our readers can go back and read through our blog’s from FEB and see how soon this pattern was predicted.
Yesterday Turkey began airstrikes agains its arch enemy PKK who had recently made significant gains in the Turkish elections. The article states: “The attacks – the first since a peace deal was announced in 2013 – targeted the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) who have been battling ISIS positions in Syria. Turkish strikes against Kurds further complicates the US-led war against the terror group, which has relied on Kurdish forces making gains in both Iraq and Syria.”
“The PKK has been fighting Turkey for autonomy since 1984 and is considered a terrorist organisation by Ankar and its allies. And tensions flared between Turks and Kurds in recent days after an ISIS suicide bombing in the southeastern Turkish city of Suruc on Monday, which killed 32 people.”
“Kurdish groups held the Turkish government responsible for the blast, saying it had not been aggressive in battling the ISIS group. A PKK spokesman said the strikes likely spelled the end of a peace agreement.”
On 23 JUL 15 NEC-SE posted the article: Islamic State Launches Chemical Weapons against the KRG. In the article we stated that NEC-SE had stated in multiple radio interviews that between the 18-29 JUL 15 will be critical times for KRG security and that our main worry is the possible use of Chemical Weapons in the KRG by ISIS. The news from 22 JUL 15 is a confirmation that our concerns were very much inline with what is happening in the region at the tactical and operational levels.
On 18 JUL 15 NEC-SE posted the article: #1) The beginning of a new era for the oldest region. In the article we said: “Instead of becoming a sovereign state, the KRG is nothing more than a political tool to be used by other global powers to bash each other over the head. The situation is likely to continue for the next 45 years, when the next redrawing of the Middle East boarders will be completed. NEC-SE hopes that the KRG leaders will take our advise in this article. Given 660,000 Assyrian refugees live within the entire Middle East and majority of whom live under KRG administrations it is our hope that KRG leadership sees this as an opportunity to look beyond tribal divisions and begin moving forward towards unifying with other partners in the region.”
On 14 JUL 15 NEC-SE posted the article: Would Turkey go to war against the Kurds? In the article we said: “With the Iranian victory in the nuclear negotiations Turkey will now have to reinforce its boarder requirements from now until the end of the month. NEC-SE was the first to report this and asks its readers to look at this article and refer back to our Turkish election assessment and the affects which they will have on Turkish internal politics reference their need to project force into Syria and Iraq.”
On 16 JUL 15 NEC-SE posted the article: Do you believe that the KRG has lost political favor with the various nations in the world and within the region? In the post we stated: “On 21 APR 15 I participated in a round table interview on Chuck-Morse-Speaks. Mr. Morse other guest was Mr. Matthew VanDyke from Sons of Liberty International. We were asked questions from the Assyrian’s military and protection forces and their future, and KRG influence in the region and on those forces. NEC-SE did not post this interview because we wanted to hold off until the changes, which I had spoken about in the interview, started to manifest themselves on the ground.”
On 30 JUN 15 NEC-SE posted: To hold Northern Syria Turkey may also have to conduct operations in Northern Iraq. In the article we stated: “On 29 MAR 15 NEC-SE stated: “Furthermore, Turkey now has possibly 60 to 90 days to determine whether closing the border will still allow them the regional influence and control they need over northern Syria and Iraq to be a regional hegemony and thus preventing further Iranian influence and further Kurdish territorial expansion within and along its southern boarders. If closing the borders does not achieve this aim you may be assured that Turkey will be forced to take military action in the KRG footprint and in northern Syria to create a security or buffer zone along key terrain against regional competitors, (Iran), and to ensure that fighting does not spill over into southern turkey.”
“With Iran having indirect and direct control over Kirkuk and its oil fields, the taking of Tikrit will be the first step towards furthering Iranian hegemony goals in the region. Turkey is being pushed closer…”