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“Sadly, today a number of American soldiers died during a routine patrol in Manbij, Syria. These routine patrols are suppose to be the job of Kurdish forces who’s job is to secure their own people and not the job of U.S. soldiers. In 2016 CF helped the Kurds take Manbij, Syria, from ISIS forces, providing them with millions in USD for that purpose. Three years have elapsed since the Kurds captured the city and it’s surrounding areas and in that time they have shown an astonishing lack of ability and willingness to govern the region competently and honestly. Similarly, since 2003 the KRG in northern Iraq has received billions from the U.S., ostensibly to secure and protect the Assyrian Nineveh Plain and Sinjar from ISIS conquest. In justifying their request for ever more (and larger) amounts of money, the Kurds talk a big game, portraying themselves as more than a match for ISIS; but when push came to shove and a relatively small ISIS force drove into the area, Kurdish fighters hastily abandoned their positions, leaving the hapless inhabitants – mostly Assyrian Christians, Yadzidis, and others — to their fate. As a result of these and other failures by the Kurds to make good on their promises to competently administer and defend the areas under their control, the U.S. has arrived at the impossible-to-deny conclusion that really the only thing the Kurds are good at is taking lots of USD in exchange for services they somehow never quite perform, or perform badly.”