Large U.S. Military Convoy Seen Heading To New Base In Northern Syria

By Brandon Turbeville

In what appears to be the second in a ramped up but gradual invasion of Syria by the United States, a massive convoy of U.S. military vehicles was seen making its way from Turkey to their new home in Kobane (Ayn al-Arab), in Northern Syria, Aleppo province.

A new report by Al-Masdar reveals satellite imagery that was able to capture the vehicles on their way to the newly constructed base.

Although the base is yet to be fully completed, it appears to be mostly finished as satellite imagery taken on April 11 shows.

The staffing of an American military base in Northern Syria comes only days after 20 U.S. armored vehicles entered Syria from the Jordanian border, an incident that itself took place only days after the United States launched 59 Tomahawk missiles into Idlib Province, hitting the al-Sha’aryat airbase.

Some of the missiles found their way into the al-Sha’aryat countryside, killing nine civilians, four of whom were children.

Russia has condemned the U.S. act of aggression while Syria has repeated demands that the United States vacate the country, as its presence there is a violation of international law.

The United States’ presence in Syria has always been an illegal act of Western imperialism. However, we have finally reached a point where American aggression is threatening the stability of the world and posing the very real possibility of a third World War of the nuclear variety.

Brandon Turbeville – article archive here – is the author of seven books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President, and Resisting The Empire: The Plan To Destroy Syria And How The Future Of The World Depends On The Outcome. Turbeville has published over 1000 articles on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s radio show Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. His website is BrandonTurbeville.com He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.

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  • Michael McNulty

    America failed after fifteen years of trying to defeat guerillas with AK-47s who cross mountains on foot, yet they think they can beat professional armies in a war that might be over very quickly? Not since WW2 has America had capable generals and admirals, so in WW3 not only will they not have enough coffins, and not have enough flags, they won’t even have enough body bags.

    • Penitent Man

      The U.S. military wasn’t beaten by rag-heads with AKs. If it was about winning then it would already be over. It’s about keeping those defense dollars/profits flowing.

      • bigcatrancher

        the orange mistake is so mixed up that he is going faster backwards than anywhere, he should have stayed with his fraud reality show….

      • Edmund burke326

        The US was beaten in Afghanistan because the invasion, occupation (including torture, rape) was against international law and the US failed to define, to the satisfaction of the real international community, how winning was defined.

        Incidental to the mass murders conducted by the US military (everywhere) they made some folks a lot of money. The reality is that the Pentagon protects the dollar.

      • blue579

        The US was never supposed to “win” the wars (UN Police Actions) in Korea or Vietnam either… as MacArthur quickly realized.

    • slarvage

      It is not that we have incapable generals, it is what limits are placed on them and how they are supposed to wage war. The longer any military action take, the more profits being made by them Deep State, Deep Throat, deep shitsters out there in control land.. Case in point, Mac Arthur in Korea and that po po action in Vietnam.

      • blue579

        This interview of Perloff exposes in detail how the Korean was set up from the very beginning and how MacArthur not able to fully protect his military or win.

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KF4JxvE-ckc&t=27s

        • slarvage

          Good point and great interview. I recently finished a book, “The Other Side of the Coin” by Hamilton Fish who served in the political engine during FDR. If you don’t have it, it is an eye opening book. General Marshal then and even a lot of the military machine today are sucked up into the NWO and Illuminati. This is nothing new but I can no longer consider this a conspiracy with so much overwhelming evidence. Our country is asleep. Like I said earlier, who only cares about the latest cell phone or YouTube hits.
          The system of education is doing exactly what they set out to do way back in the days of Dewy and his humanist guerillas.
          Thanks – hey another good author to read up on is Antony C. Sutton!.

          • blue579

            Exactly, spot on about the education system.
            I’m way into Sutton, have been for a long time. Thanks so much for the tip on The Other Side of the Coin, I’ll check it out, right up my alley.

          • slarvage

            If I may be so bold… I have a trio of books written by a John Daniel called, “Scarlet and the Beast.” This is probably the most definitive book on Freemasonry
            and how it has influenced world events with a biblical perspective. If you are into that. These were not cheap, about $130 for the set but each book reveals all the different rites and their relationship with history and every war since the Middle Ages. One character that really stands out in history, out of these books, is Albert Pike, Confederate general and the head of both freemasonry rites and the entire world’s freemasonry. He wrote “Morals and Dogma.” It is too much to get into here but I think you will really enjoy this in your library.

          • blue579

            Thanks again! I know of Albert Pike. I never heard of Scarlet and the Beast. Sounds like something I’d really appreciate reading and could dig into. Kindest Regards, Blue579

          • eddysachs

            His letter to Guiseppe Mazzini is a real eye-opener…cheers

        • eddysachs

          I concur…an excellent vid

  • Joe Blow

    So how long does it take to build a military base?? They been there before Trump’s inauguration?

    • 2too

      Just put your wagons in a circle, flag in the middle and presto.

    • blue579

      It’s more lightening rod reporting without providing any context. The articles on A. Post used to be long and detailed, diving into questions that were far outside the box. Those mostly conservative leaning writers aren’t getting published here.

      • Joe Blow

        A limited hang out turn of affairs? Any word about writing for IWB?

        • blue579

          Worse, highly compartmentalizing. I still need to reply to the proprietor / manager. I want to be diplomatic while clear I’m a deep “conspiracy” researcher.
          BTW, last week, Eddy shared clip of the UK Column with me in which the anchors were analyzing targeted fake news sites on Syria reporting. At the top of the hit list was BLN which is ridiculous if you think about the fact that BLN doesn’t present any original articles. If the narrative wasn’t Kabuki, then the spooks would go after the original sources. So they create an intelligence operation strawman construct and go after it. Spooks going after spooks. LOL.
          Anyway, sorry, I digressed, but I was surprised to see IWB on the second tier of that list. IWB is rather mild compared to some hard hitting, deep digging “alt” news.

          • Joe Blow

            “while clear I’m a deep “conspiracy” researcher. ”

            Lady blue you are subterranean. :-))

            ” If the narrative wasn’t Kabuki, then the spooks would go after the original sources.”

            Yeah, a Rappaport or rense might be more of a target. Was chatting with Mick Meany the founder of RINF and he was talking about getting hassled also by Google, accusing him of using others work and “punishing” him with ad control of some sort. He explained that his articles are mostly all links, there’s a name for that I can’t remember, and they still go after him.

            Yeah, IWB has it’s moments. Pamela and Mark put out good stuff. Too many clickbait vids though.

          • eddysachs

            “Hyper-link”

          • Joe Blow

            A 100 terrabyte, 75Ghz HD blond computer :-)))

          • keith

            I just want to thank you for all the info and also to all the other top notch posters here. thank you all, keith

          • blue579

            You’re very welcome, Keith, and it’s people like you who keep me going. Always a privilege and an honor. Thank you and Kind Regards, Blue. 🙂

          • blue579

            P.S. You can also find Eddy and I on Black Listed News. There’s a lively bunch there, sort of a wild west with some very smart and kind people sprinkled in. Although, gotta watch where you step sometimes. 😉 You can also find us through our Disqus streams / profiles. The more the merrier and we need as many good minds working together as possible. Cheers.

          • keith

            Thanks much for the heads up. never even heard of it before. keith

    • slarvage

      Blow, these aren’t military bases. Look at the article and look at the two pictures and tell me these are bases. Any military minds out there, help me explain this. It looks like two local mini depots. I didn’t see any security and the organization of the convoy lacks U.S. military discipline.

      • Joe Blow

        They look like file photos rather than actual photos to me??

  • JamesinNM

    Pray that God dispatches them to their appropriate location for all of eternity quickly.

  • zencowboy61

    I dont know where they are going to get the men from for in the US people are not getting drafted to fight in N Korea or russians…kids here are way to lazy for that….you will see real million men marches on washington..

    • blue579

      That’s why Chinese troops are swarming into nations engaged in the “war on terror”. Some under the UN Blue Helments (Sudan), some are independent (Syria), and some with Pentagon approval (Afghanistan). And then there are the Chinese armies of mercenaries being trained by ERIK PRINCE in China at the request of the Chinese government, ostensibly to be sent around the globe to protest Chinese investment interests.

      It was only two years ago Chinese troops were training with US troops in Washington State. Last year, Singapore troops effectively merged with Australian troops. Looks like a global military and police force being born.

  • Ben

    Mr. Turbeville, if Mr. Agorist does not pass word, I suggest you consider finding tall grass.

  • Rommell43

    The US convoy, raging across Syria’s North, is an invading force and is subject to well know rules of engagement. Their presence in Syria betrays everything America stands for.

    • keith

      Or what we thought it stood for. keith

  • HaywoodZarathustra

    Who gave them permission for a base in Syria? How many bases do they now have over the entire Earth with their glorious armies?

    • keith

      Way, way too many, keith

      • Roland Gilmore

        142

        • keith

          I really dont know how many but 142 sounds low. thanks for your relykeith

  • Garry Compton

    Turkey is a busy little country – it sends its army to Syria plus the US army, Isis army, Syria rebels, sarin gaz, barrel bombs, tons of rebel weapons,air cover and it claims to be fighting Isis. Sounds like a perfect NATO partner.

  • slarvage

    Can you state more credible sources? A Middle Eastern country with eyes in the sky? Who are they renting it from? I didn’t see a date on the two photos that show nothing that supports the story. US military convoys have more order than these photos show. And, come to think of it, not much security there either.
    Oh schucks me schmucks me…it’s Fake News!!? Come on Tubie?

  • eddysachs

    “Whoppeee! ….we’re all gonna die”…(‘nobody gets outta here alive’-either) I was 16Yrs old when I first heard Country Joe sing that!
    …amazing how the same ol Deep State nemesis is still able to morph its ‘enslavement technique continuum’ of a prosecuted alpha~waved hypnotic capture of our collective attention spans …right under the 99%’s sheeple’s noses….& still getting away with it 50yrs later with ye olde Hegelian millennia Con Game coupled with the Babylonian$$$ Majik Show of ring thru the nose Usury debt& interest.

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