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Cold War Goes Hot, Putin Manipulates Hypocritical West

By November 28, 2015 Archives

(There are three articles below.)

As the reader probably knows, the Paris Terrorist attack was a false flag inside job with the President of France reacting immediately to curtail the civil liberties of the French, same as 9/11 and Patriot Act. The reader can quickly research any of this. Almost all terror attacks are false flags and it takes only 1 – 2 weeks for the internet community to line up the evidence.  Of course mainstream news that is owned by the same Zionists who created ISIS never reviews this. Again, any of this can quickly be researched as true.

President Putin knows Paris attack was inside job.  The downing of a Russian commercial jet allegedly by ISIS (but Russia knows better), the suspected assassination of the founder of Russia Today in DC, and now the attack by a Turkish fighter jet that downed a Russian bomber that had shared it’s flight path with USA, means USA-Israel-NATO  are ignoring any kind of compromise, and are lethally threatening to push Russia out of Syria.  As we know from General Wesley Clark, the New World Order had plans to take out Syria since at least 2002. Russia is backing the legitimate government of Assad which never used chemical weapons. Based on that lie, American leaders  and even presidential candidates seem committed to a war against Assad. Syria is being attacked by West because it has its own independent central bank, has no IMF debt, resists Monsanto, and is in the way of total global dominance by New World Order. Also, Zionists have always planned for “greater Israel” which requires erasing the governments of Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Iraq.

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Putin has named ISIS and the rebels as mercenaries in recent press conference.  He regularly speaks of the sponsors of ISIS without naming names.  Putin is trying to expose the Western sponsored mercenaries in Syria and Iraq.  Turkey is main corridor for supplying them.

With Paris attack, Putin had a chance to ask France to align with Russia “against terrorists.” France could not publicly reject this.  Now France, which also supports terrorism in Mideast, is in the news agreeing with Russia to attack USA assets, (ISIS).  This should be interesting.

Putin is maneuvering to be in position to expose hypocrisy of West. As Paul Craig Roberts has said, diplomacy with the West is futile, and it is not certain that Putin understood this but he might be getting it now, as article below says, Obama is complicit in attack on Russian bomber.  Diplomacy won’t work, so it means Russia must create a no fly zone over Syria and take control. Legally, they have the right if Assad gives his permission.

This is very dangerous, because the ego of the pedophile,   serial killer West that murdered 1.5 million people in Iraq and bombed Libya to “save” them, is up against a wall held by Russian will. Dangerous. Let us hope that Putin is successful in exposing the globalist lies of West. To do this, we who read and study are crucial in undermining the lies. Please keep emailing your friends about what is really going on and urge them not to believe that the many false flag terror attacks are any more than an excuse for more crack down.

Let us pray that the sponsoring of mercenaries in Syria ends quickly so the many Syrian refugees can return safely to their homeland.

Putin is an ally in this waking up ordeal.  Let us pray this confrontation does not escalate.

May the killing stop.

– Ray Songtree

Putin Accuses Obama Of Leaking Flight Details To Turkey After Russia Releases Video Of S-400 SAM Deployment In Syria

As reported two days ago, one of the first decisions a very angry Russia took in the aftermath of the shooting down of its Su-24 by a Turkish F-16 was to dispatch a Moskva guided-missile cruiser off the coast of Syria to provide air cover for its jets operating near Latakia, as well as send an unknown number of ultramodern S-400 (or SA-21 Growler in NATO designation) SAM batteries to Latakia to make sure that the tragic incident from Tuesday never repeats itself by sending Turkey a very clear message that the next time a Turkish warplane engages a Russian jet, Russia will immediate retaliate using ground forces.

Earlier today, Russia made a very explicit demonstration of the deployment of at least two S-400 batteries at Syria’s Khmeimim airbase, with the Russian Ministry of Defense promptly publicizing the arrival with the following clip.


With a range of 250 miles, the S-400 could easily strike Turkish targets, and as the map below shows, Russia could even take down targets over northern Israel. As cited by the Independent, Nick de Larrinaga, Europe editor of the defense magazine IHS Jane’s Defense Weekly, said it would be “a significant increase” in the reach of Russian air-defense capacities. “The message that the Russians are trying to send is that they’re capable of defending themselves in Syria, should the situation escalate.”


Needless to say, the US was not enthused and earlier today the US embassy in Moscow said that the “Russian deployment of the S-400 air-defense system to Syria won’t aid the fight against the Islamic State, with the US diplomat adding that the US is hopeful Russia won’t use the system to target planes flown by international coalition since Islamic State doesn’t have air force.” Clearly a warning to Putin not to dare use the rockets against Turkish (or other coalition) jets.

So what is Putin’s intention by escalating the military deployment of Russian weapons in Syria? Conveniently he explained his thinking just a few hours ago during his press conference with Francois Hollande. In answering a question by a reporter from French Le Monde, Putin said the following:

“The S-400 is an air defense system. The reason we didn’t have the system in Syria is because we thought our planes were flying at high enough altitudes where a terrorist could not reach them; they don’t have weapons capable of downing our planes at the altitude of over 3 or 4 thousand meters. And We could never think that we could be stabbed in the back by a country we regarded as our ally. Our planes operated at altitudes of 5-6,000 meters and were completely unprotected against potential attacks from fighter jets – we could never imagine that that could be possible otherwise we would deploy such systems in the area protecting our bombers  against possible attacks.”



“We never did it because we regarded Turkey as our friend, we never expected an attack from that side. This is why we regard this attack as that of a traitor. But now we that this is possible, and we have to protect our planes. This is why we deployed a modern system, the S-400, it has a pretty long range and it’s one of the most effective systems of this kind in the world. We will not stop there: if we have to we will also deploy our fighter jets in the area.”

Bottom line: another direct engagement by a Turkish fighter will be its last, and in fact now that Russia is prepared we would not be at all surprised to see Russia cross into Turkish airspace on purpose just to provoke Erdogan to repeat the events from last week, only this time with the Russian ready and prepared to retaliate to any engagement. In fact, the odds of Russia doing just that in the next few days are especially high.

But while the reason behind the S-400 deployment was largely known to most, where Putin’s press conference took an unexpected detour was what he said just around 20:30 in, when in not so many words, Putin effectively accused the US of leaking the coordinates of the Russian plane to Turkey, which was merely a hitman acting with the blessing of the Pentagon.

This is what Putin said:

“We told our US partners in advance where, when at what altitudes our pilots were going to operate. The US-led coalition, which includes Turkey, was aware of the time and place where our planes would operate. And this is exactly where and when we were attacked. Why did we share this information with the Americans? Either they don’t control their allies, or they just pass this information left and right without realizing what the consequences of such actions might be. We will have to have a serious talk with our US partners.

In other words, just like in the tragic bombing of the Kunduz hospital by US forces (which has now been attributed to human error), so this time the target was a Russian plane which the US knew about well in advance, was targeted however not by the US itself, but by a NATO and US-alliance member, Turkey.

And while the deployment of the Russian SAM missiles was already known, the real message from today’s presser, the one that will be the topic of a private and “serious talk with Russia’s US partners”, is that Putin indirectly blames Obama for what happened on Tuesday realizing that Erdogan was merely the “executor”, one who is simply motivated to protect his (and his son’s) Islamic State oil routes.

Full press conference below; the discussion of Russia’s S-400 deployment begins 17:30 in:

Russian SU-24 Fighter Jet Attack: Moscow Fortifies Anti-Aircraft Defenses In Syria, Deploys S-400 Missiles

By @KukilBora on November 28 2015 3:07 AM EST
A frame grab taken from footage released by Russia’s Defence Ministry on Nov. 26, 2015, shows a Russian S-400 defense missile system deployed at Hmeymim airbase in Syria. Russia sent an advanced missile system to Syria on Nov. 25 to protect its jets operating there and pledged its air force would keep flying missions near Turkish air space, sounding a defiant note after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet. Reuters/Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation

Startled by the downing of its SU-24 fighter jet by Turkish air force near the Syrian coastal province of Latakia Tuesday, Russia has beefed up its anti-aircraft defenses in Syria by deploying the Moskva missile cruiser toward the coast, media reports said Friday. Moskva’s long-range air defense system is expected to provide cover for Russian aircraft operating in the region.

Friday’s reports came after Russia’s S-400 missiles — with killing range reaching over 248 miles — entered duty at the Hemeimeem air base, located just 31 miles from the border with Turkey, Thursday. Russia has been using the base to attack opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad since late September. While the U.S. said that the deployment of the S-400 missiles could further complicate the tense situation in Syria, Moscow responded saying the enhanced defenses are aimed at protecting Russian aircraft, and they will not contradict work with the coalition led by Washington.

“Air defense systems are in no way aimed against our partners, jointly with whom we are fighting terrorists in Syria. It does not in any way contradict what we do with the coalition led by the United States,” Russia’s Tass news agency quoted President Vladimir Putin as saying, adding that Moscow will also use other means such as fighter escort and electronic warfare to defend its planes in Syria.

Although both Turkey and Russia say they are fighting the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, in the region, the nations are at odds over the Assad regime. Turkey, which is a member of NATO and of the U.S.-led coalition in the region, insists that Assad must quit before the Syrian conflict is resolved through political means.

Following the downing of the Russian SU-24 jet, Russia-Turkey relations deteriorated even further. While Moscow has suspended its visa-free arrangement with Turkey and is planning to introduce various economic sanctions in retaliation, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan responded saying that the Kremlin was “playing with fire.”

Recep Tayyip Erdogan Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan makes a speech during his meeting with mukhtars at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, Turkey, Nov. 26, 2015. Erdogan on Thursday dismissed as “emotional” and “unfitting of politicians” suggestions that projects with Russia could be cancelled in the wake of Turkey’s downing of a Russian warplane near the Syrian border. Erdogan said the Russian jet was shot down on Tuesday in an “automatic reaction” in line with standing instructions given to the military. Turkey’s military rules of engagement were a separate issue to disagreements with Russia over Syria policy, he said, and said that Ankara would continue to support moderate rebels in Syria and Turkmen fighters battling President Bashar Assad.  Reuters/Umit Bektas

“It is playing with fire to go as far as mistreating our citizens who have gone to Russia,” the Guardian quoted Erdoğan as saying to supporters during a speech in Bayburt, in northeast Turkey, Friday. “We really attach a lot of importance to our relations with Russia … We don’t want these relations to suffer harm in any way.”

Erdoğan also accused Russia of aiding Assad’s “terrorist state” in Syria, while Putin recently alleged that Turkey has been buying oil smuggled from ISIS. According to Erdoğan, Russia is trying to use the downing of the jet as an “excuse to make unacceptable accusations against us.”

Although the Turkish president did not apologize for attacking the Russian jet, he said Thursday that had Turkey known the aircraft was Russian, “maybe we would have warned it differently” to change course. Putin, however, rejected Turkey’s claims that the plane had infiltrated Turkish air space and that it did not recognize the jet as Russian, BBC reported.


Erdogan’s Mistake: Russia May Now Initiate Own ‘No-Fly Zone’ Over Syria

Russia creates a “defensive bubble” over Syria

President Erdogan’s mistake in shooting down the Russian Su-24 bomber ‘has waived the green light’ for Russia to initiate a ‘no-fly zone’ by deploying additional fighter power and air defense systems in Syria, US columnist Jim W. Dean notes.

The US-led coalition’s recent provocation against the Russo-Syrian counter terrorism campaign has “put nothing but torpedoes into its own sinking international credibility,” according to US columnist and managing editor for Veterans Today Jim W. Dean.

Dean stresses that the destruction of the ISIL oil tanker fleet, which NATO had been “somehow” unable to detect for over a year, has predictably prompted outrage from those who have long been benefitting from the illicit oil trade.

​ ”We suspected the tanker-crushing move would make the people who had been marketing ISIL’s oil, the Kurds and Turkey, unhappy enough to be provoked into a blunder themselves. We did not have to wait long, with the militarily-senseless shooting down of the Russian SU-24 bomber by the Turkish F-16s,” Dean narrates in his recent article for New Eastern Outlook.

The US columnist emphasizes that it is obvious that Turkey would never dare to carry out such a provocation “without clearing it with the US and NATO, as they would be dragged into anyway.”Turkish reports that they knew nothing about the origin of the Su-24 bomber jet sound completely unconvincing.

“Did they expect us to believe that their radar was not working, nor the US-coalition drones or spy satellites that monitor the Syria-Iraqi battlefield 24/7?” Dean asks with a trace of irony.

However, NATO with Secretary General Stoltenberg has supported Turkey. Still, there were a number of NATO envoys who expressed their concerns regarding the matter. They pointed to the fact that Turkey did not make attempts to escort the Russian bomber out of its airspace.

The Turkish claim that the Russian plane had entered the country’s airspace has fallen apart at the seams since Russia presented the recording of their air combat radar plotting maps.”They showed the Russian planes flying near the border, and the Turkish planes making their attack runs south, which actually took the Turks into Syria,” Dean underscores.

The whole incident looks very fishy: the Turkish provocation has triggered justified suspicions among  European lawmakers. Some of them have gone even so far as to blame Ankara for collaboration with ISIL, the US columnist notes.

Still, Turkey’s provocation has not worked: the Kremlin immediately disavowed any hints of a military response, Dean emphasizes.

Instead, Russia has deployed its advanced S-400 Triumf air defense system with the capability of hitting targets at ranges of up to 400 kilometers to Hmeymim air base in Syria. Furthermore, Russia’s Moskva 11,500-ton warship has reached the shores of Syria in order to ensure the security of Russian aircraft in the region.

Interestingly enough, the Turkish Hurriyet media outlet reported Friday that “the Turkish army has suspended flights over Syria as part of an ongoing joint military campaign with the United States against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) after it shot down a Russian jetfighter.”

​ ”Turkey used its last ‘freebie’ by shooting the Russian plane down. There will be no Western coalition no-fly zone in northern Syria, for which some Senators and presidential candidate crazies were trying to get headlines advocating; at least not the kind they wanted,” Dean points out.

Now, Russia can create a “defensive bubble” over Syria. Moscow does not want to do this, he notes, but it has been forced to. Russia has repeatedly made attempts to form a real coalition with Western countries and their partners in order to smash ISIL, but the West turned a deaf ear to its proposal.

“Erdogan’s mistake in shooting the bomber down has waived the green flag for Putin to bring in enough fighter power for the Syrian coalition to initiate a no-fly zone on any uninvited airstrikes anywhere inside Syrian if attacks on Russian planes were continue,” the US columnist emphasizes.

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