International

The Syrian Mistake

As in all the Middle Eastern Countries,

the US is making a mistake with Syria.

I keep saying that the rest of the world does not live

the same way Americans do,

Look here, the minute that US forces enter sovereign territory

without UN Sanctions,

and without prior invitation of the existing sovereign government,

the US military is considered invaders,

and the act in itself is considered an invasion.

Furthermore, if US military forces train and fight with

an army against the present sovereign government,

this US military forces will be considered as rebels,

and will be bombed as such.

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Syria is unlike Vietnam, or Libya or Afghanistan and Iraq.

There is presently a functioning legitimate government in Syria.

And this is not a third world country, nor a banana republic.

The us military should modify its actions and its purpose

as regards to Syria and Assad.

If war comes out of this thing,

the US will be the provocateur.

One of these days, the Americans will learn a hard lesson

on not getting embroiled with all the troubles of the world.

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The Syrian Irritant

The US intruded into Syrian territory without consent

from Syria nor the UN.

This is in itself becomes an irritant on the US-Russia relations.

As was the case, the Americans bombed  Syrian National Forces,

or those forces under the army of the legitimate Syrian government.

The US-Russia agreement is to fight against the ISIS.

The US is complicating what could be a simple matter that requires  a simple solution.

Both the US and Russia should ask themselves

with whom is the ISIS fighting with

and against whom is the ISIS fighting.

The answer would simply be that the ISIS is fighting with the US/rebels

and the US is providing arms and support to the ISIS/rebels.

Furthermore, it has been an inherent fault of American pilots,

whether they fly in Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, and Korea,

that they bomb indiscriminately,

killing friendly forces.

My question would be—

why is the US fighting with the ISIS and rebels to bring down the

democratically elected government of Syria?

For oil, for money, for ICBM bases,

for security of Israel?

My solution would be—-build your ICBM bases in Israel

get out of Syria and let the Russians and Syria

fight the terrorists.

As regards to Syria, the US has made an aggressive act.

Bringing down the competition (Iran and Syria)

is not the way to make America great!

(disband the American mercenaries)

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=blackwater+mercenaries+in+syria&qpvt=Blackwater+mercenaries+in+Syria&FORM=VQFRML

Putin Interview Part 1

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Who really is supporting the terrorists?

Putin Interview Part 2

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AG Sessions in Session

Attorney general Jeff Sessions

face the Senate hearing

on Trump collusion with Russia

and his recusal from the investigation.

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Putin Interview Part 3

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The Ukrainian Coup is discussed.

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Putin Interview Part 4

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Did Russia hack the presidential elections?

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From Russia With Love

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Trump=Lavrov Meeting

Putin ready to provide records of Trump-Lavrov talks to prove no secrets were leaked

Published time: 17 May, 2017 11:28 Edited time: 17 May, 2017 13:14

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he is ready to provide records of the recent meeting between US leader Donald Trump and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, to dispel the “political schizophrenia” around the allegations that state secrets were leaked.

“If the US administration deems it possible, we are ready to provide the Senate and Congress with the transcript of the conversation between Lavrov and Trump,” Putin said at a press conference, following a meeting with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Wednesday.

Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov followed up on Putin’s statement with a clarification that there was no audio recording at the Trump-Lavrov meeting, and the only form of record available is a transcript.

It comes after the Washington Post claimed that Trump had “revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister [Sergey Lavrov] and ambassador in a White House meeting” on May 10.

Trump maintains that the data he shared with Lavrov concerned flight safety and terrorism, and that he had the “absolute right” to provide the information at an openly scheduled White House meeting.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova issued a mocking response to the claims, posting on Facebook: “Have you guys been reading American newspapers again? Don’t read them. They can be used in many different ways, but one shouldn’t read them – recently it has become not only harmful, but dangerous.”

“We are seeing in the US a developing political schizophrenia,” Putin said.

 

“There is no other way I can explain the accusations against the acting US president that he gave away some secrets to Lavrov.”

Those who “are destabilizing the internal US political situation using anti-Russian slogans either don’t understand that they are bringing this nonsense in on their own side, and then they are just stupid, or else they understand everything, and then they are dangerous and corrupt people,” Putin said.

“Anyway, this is a US matter, and we don’t want and don’t plan to interfere,” the Russian president said.

Putin promptly followed his statements about the Trump-Lavrov meeting by saying he did share some secrets with the Italian prime minister.

“As for the message I delivered to Mr. Prime Minister, it is of a secret nature, I cannot tell you about it,” Putin said with a smile.

While much discussed by the media, the alleged state secret leaks appear not to have damaged Washington’s overseas alliances. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to continue sharing intelligence data with the US.

 

 

FBI Director Sacked!

YUP! Comey never knew what got him!

He only knew he lost his job

when he watched his tv set.

And again, Trump’s people blame him

before they find out why.

The reason can only be

that Comey did not do what he said he will do.

Comey must be gathering more info than is required of his project.

Information, the Americans will find out later, IS POWER.

Remember J. Edgar Hoover?

He held some Presidents under his will

because he owned some particular info about them.

The Americans should also remember that the FBI

has failed in some important events that the country had to suffer.

One of these is September 11.

The Americans should blame Trump on the results of his actions

and not on his decisions.

And maybe, they should once in a while give him some

applause for that which he did well.

As for international criticisms,

the Americans should not worry.

Trump has given the world the impression

that he can accomplish things without the tedious procedures

of asking permissions to act.

Forget about the weirdness in Trump.

GIVE TRUMP THE ELBOW ROOM THAT HE NEEDS!!!!

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Clinton’s Emails

GAD!

If there is one thing that will give Russia

a respite from the media bash

is the discovery of the rest of Hillary`s emails

which may have been forwarded

or sent as copies to another device.

GAD!

I think Putin

has something to do with this!

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It must have been his device

where Clinton`s emails landed!

The Children of Aleppo

The obsession of the Western countries

to bring down the legitimate government of Syria

has now started to claim the children of Aleppo as casualties.

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More so the western countries turn a blind eye on the

rebel shelling of Aleppo.

This is the way that the rebels prove to those who  supplied their arms

that they are actually using these arms for the intended purpose.

But bombing the children of Aleppo is one juicy pointer

for the Human Rights Commission to step in

and stop the shelling.

But no, the HRC just do not follow the rules.

They just follow what they are told to follow.

After all, they must also receive wages to survive.

At any rate, the Western world has never justified

their reasons to change the regime of Assad

and to malign Russia as a state and a nation.

The Western World should realize by now

that Assad will not be toppled

and Russia will finally be understood.

Bomb On Plane?

The first suspicion that the authorities make on the 804 crash

is a bomb on the plane.

If it was a bomb, then  my suggestions for security

would be similar to my suggestions on the 370 crash.

Rotate the baggage handlers.

Assign seats at the last moment.

Shield the computer from wi-fi signals.

But then again, consider this:

A pigment of my imagination it might be

so therefore do not believe me when I say this.

Just consider this;

some particular controller of a drone from somewhere

is unwittingly controlling two birds in flight—

one is a military-style drone,

and the other, this flight 804.

What gave him away is a 360 degree turn,

and a drop in altitude.

Only drones doing a surveillance will do this.

Never passenger planes.

MH370, The Search

And so the search for the Malaysian plane continues.

What do the Australians say now?

Are they still following dolphins?

What other theories are cropping up now?

Does the plane carry people fleeing towards Australia?

Was the plane brought down because

it was mistaken to be a security threat?

Was the plane under some remote control?

Was the plane brought down to distract public attention

from what was going to happen somewhere else?

Courtney Love has another theory

and she has this picture of the waters

in the Indian Ocean.

No sign of dead bodies floating, though

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What say you, we get Mad Max to check this out?

For another Academy Award?

The Russian T50

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Greece Votes No to Austerity

Rather, Greece is headed for a NO vote in the referendum.

The implications of this vote for Greece should bear

less significance than to the reasons

that led to such a referendum.

Anyway, there will be lots of financial analysts that will

be active in transcribing the significance of

the referendum votes.

Wait a while until they finish doing this.

They should, of course, not restrict their analyses to

merely the financial side of it.

They should attempt to answer the question,

“what happened?”

To Fight The ISIS

It must have been observed that the Sunni faction of Islam,

or more specifically the remnants of Saddam’s General staff,

have kept the Western forces off-balance

mainly by nit-picking their targets.

Such strategy leads the western forces away from the

exploitation of captured cities.

Right now, Ramadi has been captured,

and when the western forces rush troops to Ramadi,

ISIS exploits unopposed the last city they captured.

One strategy which may undo the Sunni tactics

is a massed onslaught from the rear.

Yep! You may be looking at massed assaults by Russian forces!

The Khyber Pass could accommodate such an intrusion.

The ISIS leadership just might be quartered at the rear of their troops.

Your question would be what would

the Russians hope to gain from this invasion?

ISIS have not attacked any Russian territory,

Iran being a buffer against such attacks.

And then again, why choose Russia to do the attack?

Because NATO is disunited, unreliable as a unit,

and lacks support from the EU.

Also, NATO’s guns are pointing the wrong direction.

Now, what would the West give to Russia

in exchange for such a military operation?

(Remember that ISIS is still not familiar with Russian weaponry)

Greece

Greece,

the country that gave the world democracy,

and the phalanx, and the cavalry,

art, and discipline,

now flounders from financial burden.

Oddly enough this country still ignores

the industry that kept her out in front

of the mercantile world.

It still fails to recognize the value of

shipping, or transportation via the seas.

It should re-develop its shipbuilding industry

and perhaps may again have millionaires like Onassis.

Why don’t the Greeks build oil tankers

to rent to other countries.

Or perhaps, they should attempt to negotiate

something with the BRICS.

The Saladin Syndrome I

The Saladin Syndrome

(Reposted from September 28, 2012 this website.)

 

There is presently a disagreement within the Obama Cabinet about which group was responsible for the death of the US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens. Since this is election time, the Republicans are quick to pounce upon this disagreement . The Administration, they say,  is keeping a secret of this disagreement, adding that the government is bewildered about the events in the Arab region.   The Republicans  are right at this juncture because no further  U.S. investigation could have been  made. To confound the situation, there exist a number of groups that could easily have been responsible for the deed. There is the Al-Qaeda, the  foreign  fighters, the  foreign mercenaries, the  soldiers of fortune, and also the plain ragtag leftover Libyan rebels carrying leftover weapons.

The Al Qaeda, its capable leaders pruned by drones, has been weakened  in both strategy and weaponry, to a point that such a sustained attack on the American Embassy would have been inhibited. While the possibility of the Al Qaeda members slipping through the Libyan security exists  the attack would have required some  support to succeed. Such support could have been provided spontaneously by the mob that was sparked by the notorious video clip of Muhammad. Or some other military-trained group, posing as Al Qaeda, may have led the assault.

It should be noted that the Libyan citizens attacked some safe houses of Al Qaeda. This could only mean that the Al Qaeda’s operations are not entirely secret in Libya. But there are the other groups, the foreign mercenaries to name one, which operate in Libya. Some particular NATO countries may have interests in the results of this Arab upheaval. These countries may have sent their special forces, or soldiers of fortune, to operate in the region. Each of these countries may have varied concerns regarding the events now happening. As a result, they don’t work in unison. Their attacks are not synchronized.

It was published by the media that the diary of Chris Stevens was found in a conspicuous location inside the embassy ruins.  It reads that Stevens may be in the Al Qaeda hit list. The circumstances leading to this Al Qaeda info in the diary is suspect. This diary obviously have been read and returned to be found by the media. If the Al Qaeda returned the diary, it would be for the intention of publicizing their dastardly deed. If some other group other than the Al Qaeda read and  returned this diary, it could have been intended  to lay blame on Al Qaeda. This diary throws more confusion to the situation. Who dunnit? The answer or answers could only be opinionated.

And then there is the group of Libyan rebels that ousted Ghadaffi, who are presently languishing about the lack of recognition by the new Libyan government  and; with surplus arms and ammunition, they have  become trigger-happy trouble makers under  the lust to fire their weapons. Such an excuse as a protest against a video clip, or a looming attack on the American Embassy, is enough to galvanize them to do some damage with rifle and bombs.

These varied groups collectively make up what the Obama Administration (and Assad) calls as “terrorists”, for lack of a term to define them. They are splintered, but they wreak havoc just the same. There is not one person nor one group amongst  them that they can call leader. They are not in agreement with each other. One group may say something, yet another group may do another thing which is different. It is therefore not a wonder that any effort to mediate peace in the region will not fall through. There is nobody to negotiate with.

Which just about brings us to what I am trying to say —that this lack of leadership amongst the Middle East Arab countries is what makes the region what it is today.  The region does not have an Islamic leader to call the shots, and to call for the shooting to start, and stop. They need another Saladin.

Such a position for a supreme leader is what Ghadaffi  tried to fill. So did Hussein ,Bin Laden,  Khomenei,  and the other Heads of Arab States. None of them proved strong enough to lead. Moreover, the West almost always interfered with the rise of any strongman. It  would be astronomically costly and destructive for the West to start another crusade.  From thence come the Arab hatred for the West. The West has prevented the rise of any prospective Saladin, and consequently, prevented the formation of a unified Arab States.

Curiously enough, if there were a Saladin, he would have kept order in the region, and there would only be one person to negotiate with. Sad it is to say that the West have a penchant for bringing down people who  would have kept order in the Arab states.

The Arabs have oil, but they don’t have food. Soil that is good for pumping out oil is not good for planting grain. Oil can be traded for weapons and food, but the source of food may be drying up.   The prices are going up as the scarcity of the food supply deepens. While the Arabs have guns, they need food, reminiscent of North Korea’s demise, isn’t it?

Clinton asks, ”Where do they get their guns?” I would ask, “Where do they get their food?” The army fights on its stomach, so says Napoleon. These “terrorists” may therefore drop their guns for a loaf of bread. Presently, they still have loaves of bread. Where do they get the bread?

This should  give us the splendid idea that if Europe were able to sell food  to the Arabs, they would have solved their ensuing economic problem.  Europe should stop sending weapons and mercenaries to the Arabs.  Better to trade food for oil.

This is what I think about the Arab situation, even if I ain’t there to witness things.

I must admit I do miss the mark at times.

Then again I must also say that when I miss, I don’t miss by  much.

 

(next: The Saladin Syndrome II)

What If?

What if Iran already has a nuclear bomb?

Don’t you think the US would fight tooth and nail to have inspectors in

the country even if this entry would cost the removal of sanctions?

What if the co-pilot of Germanwings was promised

a large sum of money to crash the plane,

do you believe that he would?

Andreas Lubitz did say he liked flying the budget-type of planes

didn’t he?

Ah, but what he did is similar to a child’s

act of locking himself in his room

when he’s angry with his parents.

Guessing, I’m just guessing.

Victory For The Ben

Benjamin Netanyahu wins the Israeli Knesset elections

retaining his position as Israel’s legitimate leader.

He plunged into this election

with deathly determination

and the utmost in urgency

to save his country.

His policies against Palestine and Iran

may have been redeemed by this win.

Prince Karim Aga Khan

Waxing philosophically over the political situations

in the nine Middle Eastern countries,

his words may just as well apply to all countries of the world,

whether they be developed or underdeveloped.

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The Canadian Terrorist

Ziehaf-Bibeau who went on a rampage in Ottawa

with his Winchester repeating rifle,

left his cell phone in his car

containing his celf-video.

The RCMP review of this celf-video

just but helped condemn him as a terrorist.

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The Legitimate Muslim

The definition of what really is Muslim as differentiated from extremists

is explained by the King of the Muslims himself,

HM, King Abdullah of Jordan.

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From this very livid dissertation by King Abdullah

it could be concluded that the extremists, terrorists, or jihadists’

claim that they are fighting for Islam is false.

And that the the IS name is a misnomer.

It may well have been OS

or  OUTLAW STATE.

(precisely my sentiments)

Kiev Switches Tactics

With its failure to make a dent on the east Ukrainian rebels’ defense,

Kiev’s Ukrainian military switches tactics.

With the exhausting of the ‘defensive’ armaments supplied by the US

and its coffers drained of money,

Kiev changes the assault to internet propaganda.

Although there is no propaganda coming from Russia,

Kiev now gears for countering false information

from Russia and its ‘trolls”.

Kiev forces do not really warrant “defensive” weapons

because it is really the one doing the attacking.

Of course I would now be considered a Russian troll should I ask

would the Eastern Ukrainians really bomb to rabble

their own city of Donetsk?

Would Russia really bother to attack

non-productive, poverty-stricken Eastern Ulraine?

What for? This  crisis is Brennan’s folly.

$5 billion spent for Ukraine

have already gone down the drain,

why inflict on the EU more pain

when it is presently groaning

from its own growing pains.

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