Kurds Were Unable to Participate in 1944 Normandy Invasion Because of Bone Spurs, Say Historians

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Thursday, 10 October 2019

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Trump Says Normandy Landing Did Not Include Kurdish Forces

Washington - President Donald Trump, justifying his abandonment of the Kurdish people that fought ISIS in Syria on behalf of the United States, pointed out that the Kurds were "not our allies during World War 2", and did not "participate in the Normandy campaign".

Trump pulled United States forces from northern Syria earlier this week so that neighboring Turkey could invade the area and wipe out Kurdish forces' former American allies.

However, historians in the United States pointed out that people from Kurdistan are not known for their ability to conduct amphibious assaults primarily due to their genetic disposition to develop bone spurs during the landing process, and were not requested to join the coalition of countries that invaded France in June of 1944.

"Like Trump's ancestors the Drumpfs, they have terrible problems with bone spurs, but are otherwise heroic fighters," said one historian.

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