Putin: I’m building an alliance to defend ourselves against the New World Order

    Vladimir Putin: "I invite you to publish the world map in your newspaper and to mark all the US military bases on it. You will see the difference."


    ….by Jonas E. Alexis


    The Daily Beast, a thoroughly Zionist outlet, is probably right when it has recently declared that “Russian President Vladimir Putin is having a busy week meeting with leaders of Syria, Turkey, and Iran to build up what’s portrayed as an anti-terror alliance. Missing from this coalition? The United States and members of that other coalition Washington organized in 2014 to fight the so-called Islamic State.”[1]

    Putin is specifically excluding the United States from that coalition precisely because it has allied with terrorist cells in Syria to destabilize the Assad government. Russia has all the evidence to prove this point. In fact, even outlets such as the Guardian and Mother Jones have said basically the same thing.[2] Michael Michael T. Flynn, himself a retired head of the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency, declared incontrovertibly that the US actually did support al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists in Syria.

    The Daily Beast article continued to say: “’Putin’s preparing for the end game…’ It’s a process Putin initiated in public almost a year ago with peace talks in the Kazakh capital, Astana, under the patronage of Russia, Turkey, and Iran, but did not include the U.S.”[3]

    Arkady Dubnov, an independent political analyst, declared: “Russia once again demonstrates it is a superpower and it’s back.”[4] Of course. Russia has the military muscle to handle the New World Order’s diabolical plan in Syria.

    One can say that Syria is not destroyed because of Russia’s powerful force. US generals know this. This is one reason why US Marine General Joseph Dunfort suddenly came to the conclusion that both Russia and China are two of the greatest threats that the United States has ever faced in the world.[5]

    Dunfort knows that both China and Russia are partners, and both countries do not support the Trump administration’s aggressive approach to the North Korea crisis. What is more interesting is that Russia has caught the United States again buddying up with ISIS in Syria. And this time Russia has pictures to make their case.

    As Gordon Duff pointed out last September, Russia has satellite proof which conclusively places America in a hot seat. America is now ISIS, and ISIS is America. They are basically concentric circles. In other words, ISIS would not have made inroads in Syria had U.S. officials not been able to support the terrorist group. Duff rightly wrote:

    The newly released images ‘clearly show that US special ops are stationed at the outposts previously set up by ISIS militants.’ ‘Despite that the US strongholds being located in the ISIS areas, no screening patrol has been organized at them,’ the Russian Ministry of Defense said. This could mean that the US military staff ‘feel absolutely safe’ in the area which is held by the terrorists, the ministry of defense stated.”

    Obviously the United States views Russia as dangerous for ideological reasons, not for legitimate reasons. Russia keeps exposing the United States as the villain and keeps revealing that the emperor simply has no clothes, and United States officials and indeed the Neocon war machine aren’t happy.[6]

    We know why they are not happy: the Israeli regime isn’t happy. This is one reason why Ayelet Shaked, Israeli Justice Minister, “threatens Putin’s life!” This is one reason why Zionist organs like the Atlantic continue to write ridiculous things about Russia without serious evidence.[7]

    The Syrian government, with the help of Russia and Iran, continues to obliterate ISIS in the region, and they intend to complete the job. Obviously Israel and Saudi Arabia will have to find other countries to destroy. Syria is no longer for sale. As Jim W. Dean has recently pointed out,

    Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince and the Israelis are conniving to make Lebanon the new Balkanization target on Syria’s southern border, while the US confirms the lie of its position on having forces in Syria without permission by stating that, despite ISIS being defeated, it will stay in Kurdish Syria as long as it is deemed necessary. The US hedged its bets by replacing the losing ISIS army with the Syrian Kurdish army, which it can openly support with less blowback, as it seems few nations seem to object.”

    • [1] Anna Memtsova, “Putin’s Pulling Together a Pro-Assad Alliance. Where Does That Leave the U.S.?,” Daily Beast, November 22, 2017.
    • [2] Seumas Milne, “Now the truth emerges: how the US fuelled the rise of Isis in Syria and Iraq,” Guardian, June 3, 2015; Patrick Cockburn, “How the US Helped ISIS Grow Into a Monster,” Mother Jones, August 21, 2014; Julian Hattem, “Analysis: US support for ISIS ‘unprecedented,’” The Hill, December 1, 2015.
    • [3] Memtsova, “Putin’s Pulling Together a Pro-Assad Alliance. Where Does That Leave the U.S.?,” Daily Beast, November 22, 2017.
    • [4] Ibid.
    • [5] Tom O’Connor, “China May Take Over North Korea, Russia as Greatest Threat to U.S., Top General Warns,” Newsweek, September 28, 2017.
    • [6]  See for example Noah Rothman, “The Consequences of Letting Russia Run Wild,” Commentary, September 26, 2017; “Don’t Trust the Russians,” Commentary, July 11, 2017.
    • [7] David A. Graham, “Why Would Russia Try to Foment Protests in the U.S.?,” Atlantic, September 12, 2017.


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