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Friday, September 25, 2015

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY: Preparation for WWW III and real reason behind Rusia and Syria envolvement

Preparation for WWW III and 
real reason behind Russia and Syria involvement

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY:: Preparation for WWW III and real reason behind Russia and Syria involvement

حديث الرسول عن الحرب النووية العالمية الثالثة التي ستتم بين المسلمين واوربا وامريكا !!..

Posted on September 23, 2015 by willyloman
by Scott Creighton

The United States and Israel are really worried about Russia’s increasing involvement in Syria’s fight against the destabilization campaign in their country known as “ISIS

To that end, Sec. of State John Kerry made a not-so-veiled threat against the civilian population in the country if Russia refuses to back out.

If you don’t leave, we’ll kill and displace even more civilians” was the general gist of his message to Russia the other day. It was eerily similar to a message delivered by Killary Clinton to Gadhafi when she was running the mergers and acquisitions department of US foreign policy on behalf of global financial interests.

In an interview with Italian newspaper La Stampa, Kerry said he had told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov the United States was worried by Moscow’s military backing for Assad in Syria’s civil war, now in its fifth year.

These actions could provoke a further escalation of the conflict and lead to the loss of more innocent lives, increasing the flow of refugees and risking a confrontation with the anti-ISIS (Islamic State) coalition operating in Syria,Kerry said. Reuters

According to Reuters, Israel delivered a similar message to Russian leaders this week.

Wait a minute. I thought we were fighting “ISIS” in Syria and Iraq? Now I’m confused.

The United States is welcoming Britain’s bombing of “ISIS” and France’s bombing of “ISIS” targets. So why would they object to Russia lending a hand to the new Coalition of the Willing? Russia is by far a military superior to both of those countries and they represent the opposite end of the political spectrum so you would imagine bringing them in to fight “the terrorists” would do nothing more than help them end the conflict faster WHILE giving in credibility on the world stage.

But instead… the US and Israel are demanding Russia step back and take no action in Syria and as they make that demand, apparently they are threatening more violence will be directed at “innocent civilians” if they don’t.

What does that tell you? What does that tell ANY RATIONAL HUMAN BEING about this “ISISfabrication (that just happens to run around with US weapons, on US heavy equipment, fighting a target the US has wanted out of power for decades? What does that tell you?

What it tells me is the US and Israel are terrified that if Russia does put advisers on the ground or they have a Russian pilot flying a Russian MIG or something in Syrian airspace and they are shot and killed by US or Israeli forces… things could get real bad real quick in the region.

You see, you can get your Dutch co-conspirators to fabricate a report on a downed Malaysian Airlines flight from Ukraine all day long, but if someone were to take out a Russian service member with US or Israeli weapons, you’re not going to have Dutch and French authorities to help white-wash the official reports. And then you are going to have Russia with all the justification they need to roll into Syria and put an end to the plans for Greater Kurdistan real quick.

No, they aren’t looking to light up WWIII. They aren’t that dumb.

But they damn sure don’t want to have to worry about trying to figure out who’s in the cockpit of a fighter jet Russia sold to Assad.

And they certainly don’t want their terrorist destabilization mercs killing a couple Russian military contractors giving the Great Bear all the justification they need to march ten thousand troops into the middle of the country to put an end to our regime change operation.

It’s hard to tell what Putin and Russia
will do at this point. Everything seems to be indicating they are slowly moving toward a “boots on the ground” operation in Syria. Some might say “too slowly

One thing is for sure though: it’s nothing these days for our illustrious leaders to openly threaten civilian populations in broad daylight with no repercussions at all. It’s sad when you think about it but apparently it’s all we got in terms of foreign policy these days. Terrorists, false flags and open threats of violence.

Go ‘Merika!

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