I guess Russia — and now China — are fed-up with the roles America, Turkey and the Gulf Cooperation Council have been playing to overthrow the Syrian government through supporting terrorists disguised as rebels. In addition to Russia’s military buildup in Syria to fight the Islamic State (ISIL), Al-Qaeda, as well as the myriad […]Read More CHINA’S NAVY JOINS RUSSIA TO END SYRIA BLOODSHED
If you read my post about America’s role in creating the bloodbath in Syria we see today, you will immediately understand how the US having conniptions over Russia sending military supplies to President Bashar al-Assad’s embattled regime is ridiculous. I’ll even go further and say that Russia is doing more than playing chess on America’s checkerboard — […]Read More WHY AMERICA BEING ANGRY AT RUSSIA FOR PROVIDING MILITARY AID TO SYRIA IS ALMOST FUNNY
Not to be outdone by Boko Haram and Islamic State, terrorist group al-Nusra Front has upped its stake in the global caliphate race by claiming a part of Northern Syria, thus making the current Syria war even more complicated, deadly and difficult to resolve. And history books years from now will be able to cite […]Read More AN ADDITIONAL COUNTRY HELPS AL-NUSRA GROW
While President Obama and other world leaders converge on the UN General Assembly and clog New York City street traffic, It may be a good time to map a few of the latest ISIL news stories to the themes I’ve been writing about. Read these first To fully understand where I’m coming from, read: A […]Read More ISIL BITS
I call President Obama’s weekly address today the REPURPOSED MUSHROOM CLOUD SUPPOSITION FOR ACTIVE US MILITARY DETERRENCE. Scary how I’m able to write that like someone who’s fluent in government-talk. Anyway, we’ve heard something like this speech before, folks. A “limited strike” on Syria does not mean the military operation will […]Read More ‘LIMITED’ SYRIA STRIKE – IT DEPENDS
Russian President Vladimir Putin said two interesting things during an interview with the Associated Press and a Russian television station about his support for embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The first item, which most of us have heard before, is that Putin finds the idea of Assad using chemical weapons to be “absurd” since Assad’s […]Read More WHAT DO THE RUSSIANS THINK ABOUT SYRIA NOW?
Remembering what I wrote regarding Russia’s terrorism concerns during the 2014 Winter Olympic games they will host in Sochi, this article I read in As-Safir [CLICK FOR ENGLISH TRANSLATION] about Russian President Putin’s meeting with Saudi intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan is probably the most mind-blowing piece of news I read […]Read More POPCORN ALERT: SAUDIS ISSUE THREAT TO RUSSIA
I have the occasional habit of speaking in parables and metaphors without explicitly stating what I want you to know. I won’t do that for this post about the expanding Syria civil war. This war is about damn-near everything else except for the will of Syrian people. This war is about […]Read More THE SYRIAN PEOPLE – LOVED BUT NOT HEARD FROM
While President Barack Obama thinks about helping the jihadists rebels beat Syria President Bashar al-Assad’s forces through military strikes, I keep thinking about this US military spending chart from the Washington post: How many conclusions did you reach? And besides this, what are the Russians really thinking? BTW, don’t worry […]Read More IS WAR WITH SYRIA GOOD NEWS FOR SOME?
Okay, I’ll ask: why did Senator John McCain visit Syria and meet with “The Rebels”? What useful purpose did McCain’s meeting accomplish? It wasn’t too long ago that Russia finally agreed with the US to have a Syrian peace conference in Geneva. Now Senator McGrimace meets with the Syrian rebels this week, and then talks to […]Read More AND…WHAT IS MCCAIN TRYING TO DO IN SYRIA?