INTERVIEW: Putin’s Reign Of Terror

This is ONE OF THE BEST interviews we have ever posted when it comes to explaining who Putin is and what the end goal is all about. It is a shame that there are still people out there who allow Communist brainwashing propaganda to take over their power of reasoning. This happens because they have no historical knowledge of how Communism really works, otherwise, they would not be that easily brainwashed into believing so many lies.

We have not yet read Bjerknes book ‘Putin’s Reign of Terror’ but judging from the interview, it sure sounds like a must-read. Anatoliy Golitsyn warned the world about what was coming in his book ‘New Lies for Old’. WHY DON’T WE SPEND OUR TIME READING HIM AND OTHERS instead of following the media that WE ALL KNOW IS CONTROLLED on both sides? We MUST listen to what history and those who know the regime tell us! 




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COMMENTARY: Aleppo, Or Gaza What’s The Difference

There is no difference between Aleppo and Gaza when it comes to destroying the Middle East. Russia and Israel are after oil. The next country they will attack will be Iran. These traitors don’t want peace in the Middle East, if they did, these dirty wars would have never taken place. 


“Aleppo, or Gaza What’s the Difference,” Source: veteranstoday.com

As Western outrage erupts over the relentless destruction of Aleppo and its people, why is there no similar clamor for a halt to the more prolonged pulverizing of Gaza and the continuing slaughter of civilians there?
The UK’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Matthew Rycroft, said the other day: “Russia’s actions in recent weeks have exposed just how hollow Russia’s commitment to the political process is. Today we have seen that commitment for what it really is; a sham….

“I echo the words of the Archbishop of Canterbury who described the destruction of Aleppo as the absolute contempt for the human spirit, for the dignity of the human being…. There can be no military justification for aerial attacks that indiscriminately hit civilians, and their homes and their hospitals.”

Aleppo or Gaza: what’s the difference?

A few days later we were treated to the spectacle of our recently-appointed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson calling for anti-war protesters to demonstrate outside the Russian embassy in London. Russia, he said, risks becoming a pariah nation and should be investigated for war crimes in Aleppo. He predicted those responsible for war crimes in Syria would eventually face charges before the international criminal court.

Johnson was speaking in a Commons debate in which he apparently rejected the idea of a no-fly zone, warning that we might have to confront and perhaps shoot down Russian and Syrian planes or helicopters that violate the zone. In other words: go to war. “We need to think very carefully about the consequences.” Too right Boris. All the same, he’s looking at “kintetic” options such military action as well as  intensifying sanctions against the Assad regime and Russia. Perhaps he has forgotten how the last proposal for air strikes in Syria, in 2013, was thrown out by the Westminster Parliament.

One is immediately prompted to ask why Boris Johnson busies himself accusing Russia of war crimes and drumming up demos outside its embassy while remaining stoically silent about the diabolical crimes of top pariah state Israel. Shouldn’t he be at least evenhanded in his criticism of regimes that repeatedly violate all decent norms of human behavior?

Why won’t Boris go “kinetic” over Gaza?

Israel and its terrorist founders have been slaughtering and robbing the Palestinian people for nearly 70 years. The Tel Aviv regime continues to illegally occupy Palestinian territory and keep its defenseless citizens bottled up in the shredded leftovers of their homeland and even commits murder and piracy on the high seas to prevent visitors reaching them.  Yet we’ve seen no NATO ships or warplanes off the Gaza coast, no no-fly zones imposed over the still-occupied Holy Land, no boots on the ground, and no arms or military advisers for the Palestinian resistance. In fact, nothing that could be described by Boris as “kinetic”.

Israel, whose “absolute contempt for the human spirit” is extremely profitable, simply doesn’t attract the same high-level indignation. So the evil regime’s demolition of thousands of Palestinian homes for so-called administrative and planning reasons, its wholesale destruction of businesses and infrastructure, its excessive violence against non-combatants, its abductions, imprisonments and assassinations, and especially its programme of blitzkriegs on Gaza slaughtering thousands including many hundreds of children, and reducing the place to rubble… they all go unpunished. None of these crimes can be justified on grounds of defense or security. And in the Palestinians’ case, they have nowhere to run. They cannot escape. To the best of my knowledge, Boris Johnson has never called for those responsible to be brought before the ICC. He hasn’t even threatened sanctions.

Nor is he likely to. For he’s a  “very outspoken friend of Israel” according to former ambassador to London Daniel Taub. Yessir, “he is a very enthusiastic supporter, and his relationship with Israel goes back a long way”.  Taub also says Johnson’s enthusiasm is such that “he jumped on our idea of an Israeli cultural festival in London, and thanks to his backing it will be happening next year”.  We all know how eagerly Britain’s Foreign Office supports the EU-Israel Association Agreement despite Israels’ blatant violation of its key conditions from the very start.

On his visit to Israel last November some Palestinian groups refused to meet Boris after he dismissed British supporters of BDS (that’s the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement) as “lefty academics who have no real standing in the matter and I think are unlikely to be influential… ”  BDS is civil society’s non-violent response not just to the international community’s  inaction but the major powers’ perverse habit of rewarding Israel for its crimes.  Boris said he couldn’t think of “anything more foolish” than to boycott Israel, which he described as “the only democracy in the region, the only place that has in my view a pluralist open society.”

So amusing. But if the boycotts are foolish and ineffectual, as Boris claims, why so many frantic efforts around the world to have BDS outlawed?

Let’s face it, Boris Johnson is a very senior member of the Conservative Party in which 80% of MPs, it is said, are signed-up Friends of Israel. As PM Theresa May recently proclaimed, “the Conservative Party would not be the Conservative Party without CFI [Conservative Friends of Israel].” They wax lyrical about the odious foreign power whose flag they wave in Parliament, as do their fellow stooges in Washington. The insane focus on regime-change in Syria is primarily for the benefit of Israeli expansionism, and the army of highly-placed useful idiots have their orders.

By being part of this grotesque admiration society, and one of Israel’s keenest rewarders, Boris has become the buffoon he always pretended to be. And nudging us towards a second  cold war with Russia just to tick another box for Israel’s grisly ambition confirms him as dangerous as well as daft.


COMMENTARY: If They Really Wanted To Stop The War In Syria, They’d Target Russia

The Syrian war does not have two sides, only one which goal is to destroy Syria as part of Israel’s expansion plans which include the complete destruction of the Middle East. Besides Israel, there is the ‘oil issue’ and the pipeline that Russia is also very interested in. So all this nonsense about a war between US and Russia because of Syria is an insult to anyone’s intelligence. Communism is international, it has infiltrated the entire world, and there are those at the top, who want to change governments and create enough chaos to get better control of entire countries and its resources. Don’t let the propaganda fool you. Jews don’t care about the Goyim! 


“If they really wanted to Stop the War in Syria, they’d target Russia,” Source: theguardian.com

Pity the luckless children of Aleppo. If only the bombs raining down on them, killing their parents, maiming their friends, destroying their hospitals – if only those bombs were British or, better still, American.

Then the streets of London would be jammed with protestors demanding an end to their agony. Trafalgar Square would ring loud with speeches from Tariq Ali, Ken Loach and Monsignor Bruce Kent. Whitehall would be a sea of placards, insisting that war crimes were being committed and that these crimes were Not in Our Name. Grosvenor Square would be packed with noisy protestors outside the US embassy, urging that Barack Obama be put on trial in The Hague. The protestors would wear Theresa May masks and paint their hands red. And they would be doing it all because, they’d say, they could not bear to see another child killed in Aleppo.

But that is not the good fortune of the luckless children of that benighted city. Their fate is to be terrorised by the wrong kind of bombs, the ones dropped by Bashar al-Assad and Vladimir Putin. As such, they do not qualify for the activist sympathy of the movement that calls itself the Stop the War Coalition. Indeed, it’s deputy chair, Chris Nineham, told the Today programme that his organisation would not be organising or joining any protests outside the Russian embassy because that would merely fuel the “hysteria and the jingoism” currently being whipped up against Moscow. Stop the War would instead, explained Nineham in a moment of refreshing candour, be devoting its energies to its prime goal – “opposing the west”.

But if hysteria is the wrong emotional reaction to the ordeal now being endured by the people of Aleppo, I wonder what is the right one. What’s the right state of mind to contemplate pictures of the dead, the unarmed women and men and their kids, entombed in ash?

How should we look at the drone footage that surveys what seems to be a ghostly, smashed ruin of a city? How are we to respond when we listen to a 12-year-old boy who from 7am every day sorts through the rubble, trying to find something to eat and who says, even as the bombs explode around him,

“We thank God for what we have”

Despite what Stop the War says, “opposing the west” won’t bring any of that horror to an end. For it is Russia that is up to its neck in the blood of Aleppo. It is Russia that joins Assad in the bombing of hospitals. It is Russia which stands accused – and credibly accused – of bombing an aid convoy. It is Russia and its Syrian ally that is fond of the “double-tap” tactic, dropping one bomb and then, after an interval which allows time for paramedics to arrive and start treating the injured, drops another on the same spot, killing the rescuers.

Still, we mustn’t get hysterical. Perhaps we ought instead to be even-handed, as suggested by a spokesman for the Labour leader this week, when he expressed his worry that all this focus on Russia “diverts attention” from the atrocities committed by the other outside powers, such as the US – and that it would be just as sensible to protest outside the US embassy as outside Russia’s.

Usefully, the Guardian did a “reality check” of the notion that Washington and its allies might be just as culpable for the carnage as Moscow, and it reached an unambiguous conclusion: the numbers were not comparable. Chris Woods of the Airwars monitoring site put it succinctly:

“The Russians’ death rate probably outpaces the coalition by a rate of eight to one.”

Woods also made the important, but often overlooked, point that while the US and its allies have killed too many civilians – and one is too many – they are at least trying to avoid or limit such casualties. Russia is deliberately targeting civilians and civilian infrastructure.

None of this means, incidentally, that Boris Johnson was right to summon demonstrators to the gates of the Russian mission in London. It’s not for him to issue such a call. A government minister engineering a supposedly spontaneous rally outside a despised foreign embassy is the sort of stunt you might expect from an authoritarian state like Iran or, come to think of it, Russia. It should not be the business of a democratic government. Chalk it up as yet more proof that Johnson has not yet made the transition from newspaper columnist to government minister, a transition which – given the evidence of him and his onetime fellow Brexiteer, Michael Gove – may not be such a good idea anyway.

More serious was Johnson’s call for “more kinetic options” in Syria, deploying the latest euphemism for military action. Anyone who has seen the dead and dying of Aleppo – and felt that urge for somebody, somewhere, to do something – will understand that impulse. But now Russia is so fully dug in, such a call is reckless. If the US were to enforce a no-fly zone, it could soon find itself in a direct military confrontation with Russia, a clash of the two cold war superpowers. It risks escalating a bloody civil war into something larger and yet more lethal.

So what then? Stop the War says this is a matter “for the Syrian people alone”, as if, were the US and the west only to butt out, Assad would generously launch a national consultation exercise, hold free and fair elections, perhaps with PR and women-only shortlists, and agree to be bound by the result. To claim this is for the Syrian people alone is to gaze at a family trapped in a burning building, declare that it’s for them to put out the fire – and praise yourself for refusing to get involved. Of course they need help.

Nor is it good enough simply to call for “the strongest possible push for negotiations and a diplomatic solution”, as Stop the War do. What do they think John Kerry and his fellow foreign ministers have been doing round the clock for months if not years? Kerry is still engaging with his Russian counterpart, even this weekend, but it’s hard to keep going when Russia keeps strangling Aleppo.

No, what’s needed is some pressure on Russia to stop. Not a military confrontation, but every other kind of pressure. And here is where Stop the War can be useful. They insist they can only influence western nations, that a protest outside the Russian embassy wouldn’t make a “blind bit of difference”. But how can they be so sure? We know Putin cares about his international standing. That’s why he spends millions on his propaganda channel Russia Today. He would not want pictures beamed around the world of mass demonstrations outside Russian embassies.

Surely it’s worth a try. Those who regard themselves as the peace movement should live up to their name. The slaughter of the innocents of Aleppo started long ago: it’s time they did their bit to stop the war.



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VIDEO: Russia vs. US?

This sick game that the ‘world masters’ are playing to bring us to war is getting out of hand. Russia works hard on its ‘propaganda’ and so does the United States. Why? because they are one big family appearing to the world as ‘enemies’. Many of these people media and government are nothing but puppets and/or useful idiots. We should focus on those who are pulling the strings behind the scenes, who should all be put in jail. But will this ever happen? Not until humanity realizes that it is THEIR RESPONSIBILITY to take charge, no one else’s. 

All this fighting comes from Talmudic teachings. Why do we say this? because the law of men is being applied here, not the Law of God. The wars are centered in the Middle East, where Israel plays a key role. The entire area is rich in natural resources. That is what international Jewry is after, it will give them even ‘more power’. 

VIDEO: The ISIS Conspiracy Part 1 And 2

Brandon Martinez exposes the conspiracy of ISIS, which was clearly created and funded by the west with Israel at the head of the conspiracy. The objective has always been to destroy the Middle East for the purpose of expanding Israel in according to the Oded Yinon Plan or Greater Israel Plan.  As usual, wars and destruction mean Jews behind. Great information gathering by Martinez! 



INTERVIEW: Must Watch!!! – Joel Skousen Explains How Things Will Develop

Is is quite sad and frustrating, to say the least, to see how people are so easily brainwashed when it comes to Russia‘s role in all this mess and the NWORussia is KEY player, that is where evil began spreading to the rest of the world for the purpose of ending with Christianity and with society as we now it. People need to understand how Communism morphed into Cultural Marxism so the world would accept it easily and make it part of their lives while it destroyed all the values that sustain any healthy society. 

Once humanity is totally brainwashed they would take over the world. The next world war will be between east and west, it will be a staged war to convince people that the world needs a One World Government.





COMMENTARY: Is “IS” A CIA-Mossad Creation?

There is NO doubt that ISIS is a CIA, Mossad, & a KGB creation. If they want to bring in the New World Order and first create a war, they need a motive, and this is creating enough chaos already. The west pretends to blame the east for ISIS and expose who is funding them, so the west has a motive to later enter into a war with the east, once the west is apparently provoked enough. 


“Is ‘IS’ a CIA-Mossad Creation,” Source: americanfreepress.net

By Pete Papaherakles —

The leader of the radical Islamic State (IS), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has been reputed to be a Mossad-trained operative whose real name is Elliot Shimon, the son of Jewish parents.

This information is said to have originated from 1.7 million pages of top-secret documents recently released by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden and made public by Iranian intelligence. Arabic Internet radio website “Ajyal.com” and the Arabic news website “Egy-press” were also early sources before the news went viral. Although it cannot be conclusively verified at this point, evidence points in that direction.

IS remains an enigma, as it seems to change names every week. First proclaimed the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, it soon became the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, then became simply Islamic State and finally the Islamic Caliphate with the stated goal of conquering half the world in five years from India to Portugal.

The official story about al-Baghdadi is that he was born near Samara, Iraq, in 1971. He is reputed to have earned a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in Islamic studies from the university of Baghdad and was a cleric at a major mosque in Samara during the U.S. led invasion of Iraq in 2003.

He was given the title of  Emir Daash and went by the false name of Ibrahim ibn Awad ibn Ibrahim Al Al Badri Arradoui Hoseini.

The leaked documents purportedly revealed that al-Baghdadi took intensive military training for a year from Mossad as well as courses in theology and Arabic speech.

Al-Baghdadi was reportedly a “civilian internee” at Camp Bucca, a United States military detention facility near Umm Qasr, Iraq. Key members of IS were also trained by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and U.S. Special Forces command at a secret camp in Jordan in 2012, near the Syrian and Iraqi border, according to Jordanian officials.

Some evidence suggests that al-Baghdadi may have been mind-controlled while held prisoner by the U.S. military in Iraq.

Nabil Na’eem, the founder of the Islamic Democratic Jihad Party and former top al-Qaeda commander has said that all current al-Qaeda affiliates, including ISIS, work for the CIA.

A recently released photograph shows al-Baghdadi along with half a dozen others, including Syrian rebel General Salim Idris, attending a secret meeting with neocon Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) in Syria in June 2013. A second photo shows al-Baghdadi posing with McCain and another “rebel.” McCain was instrumental in supporting terrorist forces fighting the Syrian government.

The Snowden documents supposedly reveal that British, American and Israeli intelligence worked together to create IS, “a terrorist organization capable of centralizing all extremist actions across the world,” using a strategy called Hornet’s Nest designed to “protect Israel.” According to the documents, “The only solution for the protection of the Jewish state is to create an enemy near its borders.”

After gathering the most fanatical terrorists in the world in one place, a veritable army of real terror was formed and filled with bloodthirsty murderers, who film their atrocities and post them to the Internet.

On August 19 IS posted a video that apparently shows an IS fighter beheading the American photojournalist James Wright Foley, in a message to the U.S. to end its intervention in Iraq.

IS is intended to be a provocative agent, which gives the West the justification to enter countries that are considered a threat to Israel in order to destroy them. This would then give Israel the opening it needs to take over a large swath of the Middle East and establish the Zionist dream of “Greater Israel” from the Nile to the Euphrates.

Pete Papaherakles is a writer and political cartoonist for AFP and is also AFP’s outreach director. Pete is interested in getting AFP writers and editors on the podium at patriotic events. Call him at 202-544-5977 if you know of an event you think AFP should attend.

VIDEO: Clinton’s Campaign Manager John Podesta Sat On Board Of Company That Bagged $35 Million From Putin-Connected Russian Government Fund

If you don’t see the New World Order shining brightly through all this dust, it’s because you are blind. We have been saying this for a while now, and finally proof is coming out. There is NO such thing as a Democratic Russia or a Democratic US, they are ALL in the same game and working together for the same purpose. World Dominion. 

The gullibility of the reporters is irritating and funny at the same time, they seem to be so ‘amazed’ about the FACT that Russia and the US are working together. On top of it, they are ‘surprised’ by the fact that this ‘new discovery’ has been posted on The Wall Street Journal and The New York Post. How stupid can anyone be to believe that there will be justice or that something will happen to these criminals?? These people OWN the world, they have owned it for centuries and maybe they want this to come out.


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“Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Mgr John Podesta Sat on Board of Company that Bagged $35 Million from Putin-Connected Russian Govt Fund,” Source: breitbart.com

Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta sat on the board of a small energy company alongside Russian officials that received $35 million from a Putin-connected Russian government fund, a relationship Podesta failed to fully disclose on his federal financial disclosures as required by law.

That’s one of the many revelations from a 56-page report released late Sunday titled “From Russia with Money: Hillary Clinton, the Russian Reset, and Cronyism” by the non-partisan government watchdog group, the Government Accountability Institute (GAI). Breitbart Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon holds the same title in GAI and Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer serves as GAI’s president.

Both the New York Post and the Wall Street Journal ran stories on the newly released report late Sunday evening.

As part of her duties during the so-called Russian reset, then-Sec. of State Hillary Clinton led the way on U.S. involvement in a Russian government technology initiative that was intended to be the Russian equivalent of America’s Silicon Valley known as Skolkovo. The “innovation city,” located outside Moscow, has some 30,000 workers in state-of-the-art facilities under strict government control. As Slate described it in 2013, “In some ways, Skolkovo is eerily reminiscent of Soviet utopian city-building projects.”

According to the GAI report, Clinton’s State Dept. recruited U.S. tech giants like Google, Cisco, Intel. Indeed, out of 28 U.S., European, and Russian companies that participated in Skolkovo, 17 of them were Clinton Foundation donors or paid for speeches by Bill Clinton.

However, as involvement in Skolkovo by Clinton cronies increased, so, too, did the danger for the technology coming out of the Russian tech mecca to be used for Russian military purposes.

In 2014, the FBI issued what it called “an extraordinary warning” to several technology companies involved with Skolkovo. “The [Skolkovo] foundation may be a means for the Russian government to access our nation’s sensitive or classified research development facilities and dual-use technologies with military and commercial application,” warned Lucia Ziobro, the assistant special agent at the FBI’s Boston office. She added: “The FBI believes the true motives of the Russian partners, who are often funded by the government, is to gain access to classified, sensitive, and emerging technology from the companies.”

Still, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta sat on the executive board of a small energy company called Joule Unlimited. Joule, too, received the FBI letter warning about Skolkovo. Other Joule board members included senior Russian officials. According to the GAI report: “Two months after Podesta joined the board, Vladimir Putin’s Rusnano announced that it would invest up to one billion rubles into Joule Unlimited, which amounts to $35 million. That represents one-fifth of the entire amount of investment dollars Joule collected from 2007 to 2013.”

Rusnano, which former Russian education and science minister and current science advisor to Vladmir Putin Andrei Fursenko describes as “Putin’s child,” was founded by Putin in 2007.

The GAI investigative report says it’s unclear how much, if any, money Podesta made. The reason: Podesta was on the board of three Joule entities, but only listed two on his disclosure; the most important entity, Joule Stichting, he did not list. “Podesta’s compensation by Joule cannot be fully determined,” reads the report. “In his 2014 federal government disclosure filing, Podesta lists that he divested stock options from Joule. However, the disclosure does not cover the years 2011-2012.”

Why Podesta failed to reveal, as required by law on his federal financial disclosures, his membership on the board of this offshore company is presently unknown.

“But the flows of funds from Russia during the ‘reset’ to Podesta-connected entities apparently didn’t end with Joule Energy,” the report states. According to the GAI report, Podesta’s far-left think tank, Center for American Progress (CAP), took in $5.25 million from the Sea Change Foundation between 2010-2013.

Who was funding Sea Change Foundation? According to tax records, Sea Change Foundation at the time was receiving a large infusion of funds from a mysterious Bermuda-based entity called ‘Klein, Ltd.’…Who owns Klein? It is impossible to say exactly, given corporate secrecy laws in Bermuda. But the registered agent and lawyers who set up the offshore entity are tied to a handful of Russian business entities including Troika Dialog, Ltd. Leadership includes Ruben Vardanyan, an ethnic Armenian who is a mega oligarch in Putin’s Russia. Vardanyan also served on the board of Joule Energy with John Podesta.

The FBI and U.S. Army sounded the alarm bells about Skolkovo being a threatening pathway for Russia to accelerate its military technological capabilities. Why Hillary Clinton’s State Dept and her campaign manager were tied up in this raises serious questions that demand answers and transparency.


COMMENTARY: Four-Fifths of Russia’s Syria Strikes Don’t Target Islamic State

The entire War on Terror is a scheme, totally controlled and financed by the elite, its main actors are the US and Russia. The ONLY enemies of humanity are world leaders and international banks. There is NO other enemy, the rest is a game to entertain and terrorize the masses. It cannot get any more transparent than this. 



“Four-fifths of Russia’s Syria strikes don’t target Islamic State: Reuters analysis,” Source: reuters.com

MOSCOW Almost 80 percent of Russia’s declared targets in Syria have been in areas not held by Islamic State, a Reuters analysis of Russian Defence Ministry data shows, undermining Moscow’s assertions that its aim is to defeat the group.

The majority of strikes, according to the analysis, have instead been in areas held by other groups opposed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, which include al Qaeda offshoots but also fighters backed by Washington and its allies.

Defense ministry statements of targets hit by the Russian Air Force and an online archive of Russian military maps show Russia has hit 64 named locations since President Vladimir Putin ordered the first round of air strikes three weeks ago.

Of those targets, a maximum of 15 were in areas held by Islamic State, according to a survey of locations of the rival forces in Syria compiled by the Institute for the Study of War.

“If you look at the map, you can easily understand that they are not fighting Islamic State but other opposition groups,” said Alexander Golts, a Moscow-based defense columnist and deputy editor of online newspaper Yezhednevny Zhurnal.

The data supports assertions from Washington and it’s NATO allies that Russia’s intervention in Syria, its biggest military deployment abroad since the collapse of the Soviet Union, is designed to prop up Assad, who flew to Moscow on Tuesday to thank Putin for his support.

Moscow’s other possible motives could be to maintain a strategic foothold in the Middle East and showcase itself as a global military power at a time when relations with the West have sunk to a post-Soviet low over the crisis in Ukraine.

Russian officials have rejected the accusations and repeatedly stressed that they are targeting Islamic State, alongside other groups they classify as Islamist terrorists. They say Moscow and the West are fighting a common enemy.

However, the pattern of the strikes in Syria suggests a different picture.

Russia’s air force has flown over 780 sorties against almost 800 targets in Syria since Sept. 30. As recently as Monday, its jets hit targets in six named locations, none of which were in areas held by Islamic State, the Reuters analysis showed.

“The main goal of these air strikes is supporting ground offensives by the Syrian army,” Golts said.

The Russian defense ministry was not immediately available for comment.

Statements from the United States Central Command show that 84 air strikes by the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State hit 13 locations in Syria between Sept.30 and Oct. 19.

In contrast to the Russian campaign, the coalition strikes were concentrated in Syria’s northern and eastern regions, where Islamic State militants have taken control of large swathes of the country.

A senior Western diplomat in New York said 85 percent of Russian air strikes had been against groups not affiliated with Islamic State.

The Reuters analysis only included specific locations named by the Russian Defence Ministry as air force targets in Syria.

A total of four locations could not be found on maps including Russian military documents. But three of them were identified by Russia’s defense ministry as being in Syria’s western Latakia and Idlib provinces, meaning they were not in Islamic State territory.

The fourth location, Kfaysir, was in the northern Aleppo province where territory is contested between Islamic State, opposition rebels, and the Syrian army.

Russia has also hit Islamic State strongholds in Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor where the defense ministry says it has destroyed command centers, training camps and munitions factories.

Backed by Russia’s air force, Syrian government forces have launched offensives against rebels in Syria’s Homs, Hama, Latakia, Idlib and Aleppo provinces.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said Russia’s bombing campaign has killed 370 people in the last three weeks, one-third of them civilians.



Russia repeatedly claimed that fighting ISIS is its primary goal in Syria. In fact, detailed analysis of the airstrike maps, based on the data provided by the Russian Defense Ministry, demonstrated that almost 80 % of Russia’s declared targets in Syria have been in areas not held by the Islamic State.

From Russia with Money – Hillary Clinton, the Russian Reset and Cronyism

Putin and Hillary have a lot in common, they not only share the same communist ideology but also their ‘insatiable love’ for money. In the meantime, they both talk about freeing humanity from oppression, inequality and corruption.


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