Following this publication I received an email from a reader asking me the following question: I am confused by Putins actions — does Putin support the Zionist entity, on the quiet like.
Furthermore, they would look to implement a Libya-style no-fly zone over the country, which like Libya, would likely involve widespread carpet bombing of suspected military strongholds and control centers. This week, according to a British intelligence report, Putin reportedly passed on a diplomatic communique to the United States and France using British Prime Minister David Cameron as the intermediary.
Nor will it be a no-fly zone free-for-all where air forces will be able to target military assets as they did in Libya without being challenged. No, this time will be different. This time, Russia and America may well being playing with fire.
Putin clearly stated that the Middle East is going to witness a significant change. Syria will be armed with weapons that have never been seen before [in the Middle East] including computer guided smart missiles that never miss their target.
He also added that Russia will supply Syria with Skean 5 ground -to-sea missiles that are capable of hitting and sinking any target up to km off the Syrian coast. Global Research In his documentary Strategic Relocation Joel Skousen suggested that one of the most critical threats facing the world right now is the real possibility that Russia and America will engage in a future nuclear exchange.
Vladimir Putin comes from the old world of Soviet leadership; one that believes in Russian military superiority and rules with an iron fist. He has no qualms about going to war if he finds it necessary to the long-term interests of Russia. In the United States, President Barrack Obama is embroiled in numerous scandals and is presiding over an economy on the brink of collapse, giving him ample motivation to divert the attention of the public.
Neither of these leaders, given their past, would give pause to the thought of killing millions of people if they believe it was in their interest, or in the interest of their globalist handlers.
Wars in the 20th century, most democidal in originclaimed the lives of hundreds of millions of people. Just statistics in the history books to leadership circles in the upper echelons of our governing apparatus. The lives of innocents have been sacrificed on the alters of power, greed and corruption since the dawn of man.
The 21st century is no different. What IS different is that we have never before had weapons capable of killing every single person on this planet with the press of a button.
War is coming in this century — just as it came to the good people of earth in every century before. Click here to subscribe: Join over one million monthly readers and receive breaking news, strategies, ideas and commentary.
Read by 72, people Date: June 21st, Website:Syrian And The Syrian Civil War Words | 5 Pages state of our nation and nations abroad, we should not allow Syrian refugees to enter the U.S.
at this time to . Get the latest news, commentary, and video for political events, politics, and the government. An iceberg grounded outside the village of Innarsuit, an island settlement in the Avannaata municipality in northwestern Greenland, July 13, TEL AVIV – Russia supplied Syria with three S anti-aircraft battalion sets with eight launchers and more than surface-to-air guided missiles each free of charge, Russia’s state news agency TASS reported.
“On October 1, three battalion sets of SPM systems of eight launchers each. I think Putin just gave NATO a shot at saving face by allowing the US, France and Britain to bomb some useless terrain amd claim a moral victory now, down to handing Syria over to Russia and dealing with vital NATO partner Turkey who has a red posterior over Kurds controlling about a quarter of eastern Syria mostly on the Turkish border.
The Battle of Siffin (Arabic: وقعة صفين ; May–July occurred during the First Fitna, or first Muslim civil war, with the main engagement taking place from July 26 to July It was fought between Ali ibn Abi Talib who ruled as the Fourth Caliph and Muawiyah I, on the banks of the Euphrates river, in what is now Raqqa, Syria.