The Pentagon has announced that it is protecting and arming Al Qaeda/Al Nusra jihadists in Syria, in a last gasp effort to overthrow Assad. You read that correctly – the U.S. is now in coalition with Al Qaeda in a foreign war.
Let’s get this straight. The U.S. is willing to risk war with Russia to protect the very people that they claimed took down the World Trade Centre on 9/11.
The masks are coming off.
Be assured, the U.S. is gearing up for a full on war with Russia. Hillary Clinton will not press the reset button on good relations with Russia if she becomes President. She wants war.
This will be a catastrophic, future-shaping war, as the U.S. and it’s globalist allies attempt to destroy the proponents of a multipolar world. Syria will become the first battleground of World War 3.
Friends of Syria reports:
This is what neocons and the progressive left have been pushing for, and now it seems they will finally get it. War with the multipolar world, and it all starts with Russia.
We begin with Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook saying:
“Our warning to the Syrians is the same that we’ve had for some time, that we’re going to defend our forces and they would be advised not to fly in areas where our forces have been operating.”
When pressured by the press to clarify it the US is setting up a “no-fly zone”, Cook responded:
“It’s not a ‘no fly zone.’”
Pressed some more by the press, Cook conceded:
“You can label it what you want.”
Asked if this means the US will shoot down Syrian and Russian jets trying to destroy Al Qaeda/Al Nusra and ISIS forces in Syria, Cook said:
“If need be we will send aircraft again to defend our forces.”
Defend U.S. forces fighting side by side with the Kurds…and new allies Al Qaeda/Al Nusra?
Asked whether the U.S. policy is to shoot down a Syrian or Russian aircraft if it poses a threat to U.S. troops on the ground, Cook said:
“We’re going to defend our forces on the ground, absolutely.”
Another journalist asked, “Do you think the Syrian regime has the right to fly over its own territory?”
Same answer: “We will use our air power as needed to protect coalition forces [Al Qaeda] and our partnered operations.”
Now that Aleppo is about to be reclaimed by the internationally recognized government of Syria, against foreign Al Qaeda/Al Nusra invaders, the US is setting up “no-fly” “exclusion” zones, to prevent Syrian forces to fly in their own territory.
Let’s get this straight. The U.S. is willing to risk war with Russia to protect the very people that they claimed took down the WTC in 2001.
That about sums it up…oh and their is the small little detail of the US working diligently to finally clear a path (any path) for Saudi and Qatar gas to reach Europe via Syrian territory. Always follow the money.
The Independent reports that the United States and Russia held talks on Friday aiming to agree a new cessation of hostilities but did not achieve a resolution.
The US is leading a coalition including Britain and more than a dozen other nations (and Al Qaeda) that are targeting Isis with air strikes and backing rebels fighting the terrorist group on the ground.
But Russia, alongside Iran and China, is supporting President Assad and follows the Syrian government’s designation of all opposition groups as “terrorists”.
John Kerry, the US Secretary of State, said he and the Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov had established a “path forward” after nine hours of discussion in Geneva.
“We don’t want to have a deal for the sake of the deal,” Mr Kerry said. “We want to have something done that is effective and that works for the people of Syria, that makes the region more stable and secure, and that brings us to the table here in Geneva to find a political solution.”
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