by Scott Creighton
How’s this for interesting?
Russian president, Vladamir Putin, has decided to pull his forces out of Syria this week while a number of interesting things have been taking place:
- New round of Syrian peace talks began yesterday
- Another terrorist bombing in Turkey by the Kurds
- U.S. House of Representatives call “ISIS™” actions in Syria and Iraq “genocide”
- U.S. backed “rebels” lob mortars at a news crew
- The Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government has declared Turkey’s operations against the PKK and other Kurdish terrorists to be “genocide”
“I think that the task that was assigned to the Ministry of Defense and the armed forces as a whole has achieved its goal, and so I order the defense minister to start tomorrow withdrawing the main part of our military factions from the Syrian Arab Republic,” President Putin said
1. “Damascus warned that any discussion about removing Mr Assad would be a “red line”. US Secretary of State John Kerry and French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault condemned the comment from Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem as divisive and provocative.” Straits Times
2. “The March 13 terrorist attack in Ankara openly questions which path the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) will now take. On the one hand the PKK has created an image of civil war in the southeast with its attempt to impose “autonomy” through trenches and barricades; on the other hand it has now terrorized the west of the country with suicide bombers.” Hurriyet
3. “The resolution was voted on ahead of a congressionally mandated March 17 deadline for Secretary of State John Kerry and the White House to make a decision on whether to make such a declaration. The measure is an effort to force the administration’s hand on the issue, as the administration has so far declined to take an official position.” Fox News
4. “We were in the streets of Daraa city talking to local people five years since the war began, and our work there was cut short when a mortar was fired from opposition territory, landing on a building very close to us,” journalist Lizzie Phelan told RT by phone shortly after the incident.
The crew had to cut short the interview and leave the area.” RT
5. “Forty-five members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) were killed in Turkish Air Force airstrikes in northern Iraq on Monday, the Turkish General Staff said in a statement on Tuesday.” Sputnik
It is also reported by SANA that more journalists were targeted by “ISIS™” a few days later near al-Shaddadi.
According to the Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, “There has been a significant turning point in the fight against terrorism,”
Does this seem like there has been a significant turning point reached in the fight against terrorism to you?
So what happened here?
It looks to me like the “Great Hero” of the anti-globalization movement, Vladamir Putin, has cut a regime change deal with ObamaGod of the Peace Prize and he is now siding with them against the people of Syria. I’m not sure there is any other way to see this move at this time.
“US President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have discussed Russia’s partial planned troop withdrawal from Syria, the White House says.
“They discussed President Putin’s announcement today of a partial withdrawal of Russian forces from Syria and next steps required to fully implement the cessation of hostilities,” the White House said in a statement on Monday.
The statement came only hours after Putin announced to withdraw “the main part” of his country’s military contingent deployed to Syria.” Press TV
Some have suggested this move is an attempt to garner legitimacy for the peace talks taking place right now between the legitimate government of Syria and Obama’s regime change seeking “opposition” groups that he and the CIA have been cultivating since this destabilization project began back in 2011.
I’m not sure that is the case.
We know that the Syrian government is not going to acquiesce to the removal of Assad as part of this process. They wont do that because they know that’s been the whole point of this regime change operation from the start. I mean, why fight for 5 years for your sovereignty and then just give it all up at the end after you’ve been winning all this time?
“Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem warned on Saturday the talks would fail if the foreign-backed opposition groups had “delusions that they will take power in Geneva that they failed to take in battle.”
“We will not talk to anyone who talks about the position of the presidency … I advise them that if this is their thinking, they shouldn’t come to the talks,” Muallem told a televised news conference.” Press TV
That said, the UN leadership of these talks has a “Plan B” in the event that the parties aren’t able to reach a final agreement: turn it over to those guys in the picture above, Putin and Obama, to hash out an agreement FOR SYRIA. Or should I say, to IMPOSE an agreement ON SYRIA.
“If during these talks, and in the next rounds, we will see no notice of any willingness to negotiate… we will bring the issue back to those who have influence, and that is the Russian Federation, the USA… and to the Security Council,” he told a news conference.” Straits Times
And we know where “those who have influence” stand on the matter of regime change:
“In his remarks, Obama said a recent “cessation of hostilities” has led to a “much-needed reduction in violence,” but added, “A political transition is required to end the violence in Syria.”
The White House cited Obama as saying, “Continuing offensive actions by Syrian regime forces risk undermining both the Cessation of Hostilities and the UN-led political process.”” Press TV
Of course Obama says there has to be a “political transition” to end the violence. That’s because it’s been his terrorist destabilization “moderate” contractors who have been perpetrating the violence since day one and they wont stop until they achieve President Obama’s goal of regime change.
It’s pretty obvious that’s what he’s saying.
So what message does Putin’s withdrawal of troops at this time send to the Syrian negotiators? I think that message is pretty obvious as well: you better cut a deal with the regime change Obamaites of the terrorist opposition or face even harsher attacks from the U.S. and….. ?
“The only Plan B available is return to war. To even worse war than we have so far,” he said.
Russia urged all opposition factions to be represented at the Syrian peace talks in Geneva aimed at ending the country’s five-year conflict. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also hinted that an agreement could be reached to coordinate air strikes between the Russian air force and the US-led coalition to retake key rebel towns…
“We are ready to coordinate our actions with the Americans, because Raqqa is in eastern Syria and there, mainly the US coalition is active.
“At some stage the Americans even suggested to us – I don’t think I’m revealing a huge secret here – let’s divide up the labour: you, the Russian air force, concentrate on liberating Palmyra, and we the American coalition will concentrate on liberating Raqqa.” Straits Times
In Turkey the Russians and the Americans are moving forward with the regime change destabilization program in hopes that they can bust off a piece of that country and hand it over to our new “freedom fighters”, the Kurds.
And here we have Russia deliberately leaving the side of the legitimate Syrian government at this crucial moment, knowing full well they aren’t going to give in to the regime change Balkinization plan of President Peace Prize.
Not only are they leaving their side (while declaring “victory” for their citizens at home) but they are announcing plans to work WITH the NATO/US/Israeli regime change operation and “share the labor” attacking targets in Syria.
They make it very clear: “The only Plan B available is return to war. To even worse war than we have so far,”
Putin has certainly sold out the people of Syria. I wonder what he gets in return.
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