WEB Notes: The United States just attacked and destroyed a Syrian fighter for dropping bombs near US backed “rebels” in Syria. This is a major escalation and an act of war by the United States.
We know there are no moderate rebels, all of the rebels are working together, they are all a part of ISIS (we have extensive and consolidated documentation for you available on Wednesday). We also note on the same day Iran launched missiles from Iran into Syria to take out “ISIS infrastructure“. This was done in an effort to pay ISIS back for the terror attack on Iran last week. It is more than obvious the US is enraged by their rebel forces (ISIS) being attacked by Syria and Iran and this led to the strike against the Syrian fighter. This is the first time the US has directly attacked a Syrian warplane and it will not be the last.
Back in April the US bombed a Syrian airbase which supposedly crippled it. Little by little we are seeing the US step up attacks. As we recently outlined, it is becoming obvious the show is Syria is coming to an end which means Global Powers will be moving on to Iran in the future.
Ensure you understand the US has been dropping bombs in Syria for years now along with Russia. The US has violated Syria’s airspace over and over again and they also violate their sovereignty by funding rebel forces. The US claims it is their job to destroy ISIS, yet US arms continually “fall” into the hands of ISIS.
Remember, Iran had to attack the “ISIS Infrastructure“, not the US. The US attacked the coalition (Syria and Iran) who attacked the “ISIS Infrastructure”. Why? This is a proxy war, plain and simple. The US is funding rebel forces including ISIS in an effort to oust Assad from the Presidential office of Syria.
An American fighter jet shot down a Syrian warplane on Sunday after it dropped bombs near local ground forces supported by the United States, the first time the American military has downed a Syrian aircraft since the start of the civil war in 2011, officials said.
The confrontation represents a further escalation between forces supporting President Bashar al-Assad of Syria and the United States, which has been directing the military campaign in Syria and Iraq against the Islamic State.
The American F/A-18 shot down the Syrian government warplane south of the town of Tabqah, on the same day that Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps launched several midrange missiles from inside Iran at targets in Syria, hoping to punish Islamic State forces responsible for last week’s terrorist attacks in Tehran.