Erdogan laments: Nobody likes his terrorist army anymore.

MICHIGAN, USA (Notes from Nowhere) — During this year’s Antalya Diplomacy Forum, Erdogan complained, “We did not get the support we expected from the international community in our efforts to destabilize Syria.”


The jury is out about whether he meant to say “destabilize” or whether it was a Freudian slip, but Anti-Assad “rebels” — who now all fight under the Turkish flag in NW Syria — have indeed lost financial backing from the international community. Zahir Sahlou, who leads the organization widely known as the White Helmets, recently blamed Tulsi Gabbard for it, crediting her for convincing the world that they and the opposition forces are all terrorists… which he claimed was, “Russian propaganda”.