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Major Game Changer & Stunning Revelations! Russian Military Escalation in Syria Doomed for Failure or is This the Prophetic Hook in the Jaw? (Videos X3) OYEP

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 9:54
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Stunning Revelations and a Major Game Changer! Russian Military Escalation in Syria Doomed for Failure?


16 Sep 15


The “Hook is in the Jaw” as Russian President Vladimir Putin invades Syria.


The world’s largest submarine, the Dmitri Donskoy (TK-208), Nato-coded Typhoon, has set sail for the Mediterranean and is destined for the Syrian coast. Aboard the sub are 20 Bulava (NATO-code SS-N-30) intercontinental ballistic missiles with an estimated up to 200 nuclear warheads. Each missile, with a reported range of 10,000km, carries 6-10 MIRV nuclear warheads. Moscow report that the dispatch of a nuclear sub to Syrian waters is taken as a strong message that the Kremlin will not let the US impede its military intervention in the Syrian conflict and will go to extreme lengths to keep the way open for the flow of Russian troops to the war-torn country.


Obama says Russian bid to aid Assad ‘doomed to fail’

Tyrant O dismisses Moscow’s claim it is trying to defeat Islamic State, not bolster embattled Syrian leader. Russia’s horizons in Syria probably extend well beyond Mr Assad’s active presence – a reflection of Russia’s concerns about militant Islam and wider trends in the region, and also its belief that Western remedies in the Middle East have been an unmitigated disaster.

Barack Obama warned Russia on Friday against doubling down on its support for Syrian President Bashar Assad, casting a recent buildup of Russian military equipment and personnel in Syria as an effort to prop up the embattled leader.“The strategy they’re pursuing right now of doubling down on Assad is a mistake,” Obama said during a town hall with US military personnel. He warned that Russia’s decision to send military staff and equipment to Syria reflected a strategy that was “doomed to fail.”

“The strategy that they are pursuing right now, doubling down on Assad, I think is a big mistake,” he said, warning Moscow was “going to have to start getting a little smarter.”

Russia denies it’s trying to bolster Assad and instead says its increased military activity is part of the international effort to defeat the Islamic State, the terror group that has wreaked havoc in both Syria and Iraq. Earlier Friday, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov called on world powers to join his country in that pursuit, arguing that Syria’s army is the most efficient force to fight the extremist network.

“You cannot defeat Islamic State with air strikes only,” Lavrov said, a dig at Obama’s strategy. “It’s necessary to cooperate with ground troops and the Syrian army is the most efficient and powerful ground force to fight the IS.”

Members of Al-Qaeda's Syrian affiliate and its allies sit on top of a Russian-made former Syrian army fighter jet after they seized the Abu Duhur military airport, the last regime-held military base in northwestern Idlib province on September 9, 2015 (AFP/OMAR HAJ KADOUR)

Members of Al-Qaeda’s Syrian affiliate and its allies sit on top of a Russian-made former Syrian army fighter jet after they seized the Abu Duhur military airport, the last regime-held military base in northwestern Idlib province on September 9, 2015 (AFP/OMAR HAJ KADOUR)

Russia’s military moves have punctured what had been a notable uptick in optimism among US officials about the prospect that Moscow was tiring of Assad, its longtime ally. Syria has been gripped by civil war for more than four years, a conflict that has claimed more than 250,000 lives and created a vacuum for extremism to thrive.

For months, US officials have been gauging Russia’s willingness to help restart a political process to remove Assad from power. Obama, however, painted a grim prospect of that happening in light of Russia’s new action.

“It could prevent us from arriving at the political solution that’s ultimately needed to bring a peace back to Syria,” he said. Read More


Syria conflict: US presses Russia on military build-up

US Secretary of State John Kerry has called his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in a bid to clarify the intent of Moscow’s military build-up in Syria.

Mr Kerry warned that continued support for President Bashar al-Assad “risks exacerbating and extending the conflict,” a statement said.

The US accuses Russia of boosting its military presence in Syria.

Russia – Mr Assad’s ally in the four-year civil war – says it is helping Syria fight Islamic State militants.

Moscow has increased its presence in the country just as the regime is losing ground to rebel groups.

Mr Kerry’s phone call to the Russian foreign minister is believed to be his third in the past 10 days.

The state department statement said Mr Kerry warned that Russia’s support for President Assad was “undermining our shared goal of fighting extremism if we do not also remain focused on finding a solution to the conflict in Syria via a genuine political transition”.

“Secretary Kerry also reaffirmed the US commitment to fight ISIL (Islamic State) with a coalition of more than 60 countries, of which Assad could never be a credible member, and emphasised the US would welcome a constructive Russian role in counter-ISIL efforts.”

White House spokesman Josh Earnest described Moscow’s support for President Assad as “a losing bet”. Read more

(Do you hear Putin laughing at that? I do, we should never underestimate the Russians. DD)

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  • Getting ready to turn Damascus into a ruinous heap?

    Jer 49:23 Concerning Damascus. Hamath is confounded, and Arpad: for they have heard evil tidings: they are fainthearted; [there is] sorrow on the sea; it cannot be quiet.

  • Looks like Putin is going to take on the satanists – US/Israel…..Obama hasn’t had one success yet, no reason to imagine that the US/Nato Satanists will prevail in Syria either……. the POTUS is just some Chicago thug the CIA installed into office…………..and what is our Pentagon made up of?…………they mostly watch porn all day we are told………more satanists…………..I don’t think Putin has anything to worry about………..America started circling the toilet years ago………too busy running drugs and looting the taxpayer coffers to have any real war strategy or leadership……I would expect to see an easy win for Russia and Iran………too bad Obama is going to get us all killed with his third rate foreign policies….he imagines himself the Godfather…but he’s just a thug better suited for stealing hubcaps than tangling with Putin…………….

    • One of the best quotes I have seen in a long time

  • Boo

    I believe the people of Syria we’re making remarkable inroads in their economy and substantially raising the standard of living until NATO/US/Israel inserted themselves. Since we are inundated with propaganda minus the facts from every sector it makes sense to start getting real and allow the local peoples of any country to sort out their own problems. It’s one thing to be forced into defending your country from and outside threat, it’s another to identify another country’s issues as your own. Unless we are prepared to go out, conquer and turn that country into a Federal Government like our own, we might want to let inter country clashes run their course and settle back down naturally into a standard of lifestyle and living they (the peoples of that country) put their own stamp of approval on. Other’s may not agree with it, but they don’t have to live there or support it.

    Lets face it, we have enough problems that could accurately be defined as beyond incompetence. Until the people (this means you and me) of this country can take responsibility for its own failure’s in domestic policies that only the clueless support now, one might accurately say, “who do we think we are to involve ourselves in another country’s conflicts”.

    It’s always sad when fear can play upon a person to the point where they won’t take a stand and stand up to those who would threaten their ability to take that stand. This country was built on the individuals who respected his/her fellow individuals. Just maybe it’s time we got back to that? Then maybe our leaders will follow suit.

    • DK

      The flip side of that coin is defeating ISIS with the current combatants will create the S(ria)K(urdistan)I(ran) confederacy.

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