Monday, November 30, 2015

Putin, Syria, and the UN: Is America the Biblical Babylon? Not on CBS, or NBC, or ABC anyway

30.11.2015 Author: Phil Butler

Putin, Syria, and the UN: Is America the Biblical Babylon?

3453444322News that the United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to adopt a French resolution to eradicate ISIL is sobering and paradoxical. Even as the UNSC deliberates on the best course to defeat what the body called “a global and unprecedented threat to international peace and security,” the United States and other members still double deal on Russia’s initiative to solve for terror in Syria. One has to wonder what it will take for the insensitive, even thickheaded American administration to acquiesce. It’s as if we’re all watching America melt down into a mud puddle of mindless mediocrity. Watching the world unite, and America falling by the wayside, we must question policy in an almost biblical sense.
“History does nothing; it does not possess immense riches, it does not fight battles. It is men, real, living, who do all this.” – Karl Marx
The French are on board, as are China and the rest of Europe, in fact all nations who’ve lost something are. But the United States of America, with guilt written all over the faces of our leaders, bangs its head against an invisible wall to our cell in the insane asylum of humanity. I’m once again gob smacked. I feel my head wobbling side to side, like Scooby Doo, whimpering his famous “Ruh roh Raggy, we’re doomed.” McCain rants on, South Carolina’s Senator Graham plays at being America’s Hitler, and insiders in the White House say Barack Obama is closed minded, closed off to clear evidence his administration is and has been supporting the world’s worst terrorists. 

My country is about to spin out of control, it’s leadership capacity not even able to remain awake at this point. Vladimir Putin’s armed forces televise the destruction of ISIL resources that should have been destroyed from the onset of US led coalition strikes, on YouTube for Christ’s sake, and my countrymen sit goofy eyed, Tweeting their NBA tweets, sharing their Facebook cat videos, gazing into the idiot box at a bleached blonde FOX News bimbo… It’s the end… that’s all I can think of.
Don’t take my word dear readers, use your own intellect to discover how deeply disturbed the world’s great democracy has become. This article at the WND Christian network by Leo Hohmann lays it all out fairly well. The writer cites an interview conducted by Sharyl Attkisson with Steve Malzberg. Attkisson, who’s resignation over mainstream media ethics indemnify her credibility, is cited discussing Obama’s current state of mind:
“I have talked to people who have worked in the Obama administration who firmly believe he has made up his mind, I would say closed his mind, they say, to their intelligence they try to bring him about various groups he does not consider terrorists even if they’re on the U.S. list of designated terrorists. He has his own ideas. There are those who’ve known him for a long time that say this dates back to law school. He’s not necessarily going to listen to the people with whom he disagrees. He seems to dig in. And I would say that’s because he thinks he’s right.”
This leaves all of us outside the White House gates with the startling possibilities before us. The first possibility is, the western world is led by a thick headed narcissist, or garden variety psychopath. The second possibility is, Obama knows his advisers are hard wired into the corporate elite, and he does not trust them in anything at this point. In the latter case, we may be seeing an Obama ready to be thrown under the proverbial bus by his backers. I alluded to this happening in an article entitled “Obama’s Syria Indictment,” some days ago. This is what I think is taking place, Barack Obama is just riding out a tidal wave of power brokering for the last 7 years, about to close out with one wipeout victim. The man is all done, he looked it with Putin at the G20.

David Kupelian, author and managing editor of WND contends Obama is, and has almost always been a Marxist. While he is not alone in this assessment though, I think the American president’s ideology has less to do with his curious and often crazy behavior than who put him in office, and for what. Kupelian gives Obama too much credit, attributes too much power and intellect to a completely mediocre play actor, at least in my view. Obama is no Richard Nixon, but he is propped up by the same elites who have run every White House. Turning back to Sharyl Attkisson briefly, she’s a prime example of how the Obama White House has served to virtually eradicate American freedoms and liberties. She quit CBS after 21 years of stellar reporting, over the network essentially covering Obama’s behind. The Wikipedia entry lays her allegations out so:
“She accused CBS of running advertorials and of protecting the Obama administration by not giving enough coverage to such stories as the 2012 Benghazi attack and slow initial enrollments under Obamacare.”
So let me sum up for you who is running the show at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue now. Does Barack Obama own CBS? Before the election in 2008, what exactly did Barack Obama have to pay CBS and the boards of 100 corporations in order to “force” them to put him in power? Or, was he put there by these elites? You know the answer, let’s not be naïve enough to think Karl Marx is reborn. Beside the fact Karl Marx would not even shake hands with someone like Barack Obama, what is happening is America is Satan worship compared to genius theories like Marxism. In fact Obama is the antithesis of Marx’s utopia of classless society. Right wingers are delusional here. But you’ve not time, and I’ve no space for deliberations on political theory. Our American obsession with supposedly democratic politics, it’s a dog and pony show, a fallacy, a shell game we’re too lazy or stupid to revise. We’re on a special kind of narcotic in America, the imminent psychotherapist Carl Jung framed us all with:
“Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or morphine or idealism.”

Outside our phony idealism, all of us can know for sure now is, whoever owns the mainstream media is misleading us. Atkinson hammers today’s news to pieces on a daily basis, and for good reason. A free press is one foundation of a free society, and America is supposed to be the most free. But it is not any more. Do you like Donald Trump? The people who backed Obama don’t. Have you seen the YouTube videos the Russian Ministry of Defense broadcasts via showing Putin’s air forces obliterating ISIL oil supplies? Did you read a report asking “how come Obama did not stop ISIL oil deliveries?” Not on CBS, or NBC, or ABC, or in the New York Times, or the Washington Post, or anywhere in the mainstream, you have not. Isn’t the American military flying air cover for the world’s worst killers a story? Isn’t corruption and collusion of epic proportions a scoop?

Isn’t the fall of Rome worthy of a headline like “An American ISIL: Terror as a Tool” a Pulitzer potential? Well it is, but as a journalist I can prove it’s a headline no mainstream media outlet in America will ever accept a draft on. I know, because I’ve offered similar ones. The fear, the monetary need, and the idiotic and droning mindset of publishers out there it makes one stammer, it evokes a stunning revelation, our idealistic innocent hits the concrete wall of reality – the American way is dead as Julius Caesar. The signs are neon flashing, but Americans are used to too much flashy lighting, too much hype to notice. I am reminded of my college professors, of a quote from the great French philosopher JJ Rousseau:
“Free people, remember this maxim: we may acquire liberty, but it is never recovered if it is once lost.”
Turning back to this morning’s crisp dilemma, I sit here wondering why it has taken so long for leaders in Europe and elsewhere to come to their senses. It took French lives, and French society being stricken for the EU to be shaken awake! 50 million refugees would not have sufficed. 143 million dead Russians would not budge a German from his slumber. Now I shudder to think what it would take to pull Britain’s leadership into the daylight. As for my countrymen, all Obama has to do is throw out a feeble first pitch at a MLB game, or call for a sing along of “Take me out to the ballgame,” and a thermonuclear terror event in St. Louis would be forgotten before the 3rd inning. It’s pitiful.

In my country the atmosphere is primed and ready for a social catastrophe. On Facebook and Twitter, realms me and my team essentially dominate in, the tone is ghastly coming from Denver or Dallas, Washington to Atlanta. If you are Muslim in the United States, you are the enemy. The land where being “different” was a badge of honor, has become Nazi Germany in 1937, or an Orwellian nightmare habituated by the criminally stupid. People blame Allah or Mohammad, but not Jesus or Moses even, for the heads being chopped off in Syria. 

There is only mock sympathy, for small children blown to pieces in Donbass or Gaza, those damned Russians or Hamas caused all that, “it serves them right,” the Baptist preacher whispers under his breath before the prayer meeting. In the trailer park, one side or the other of the raw sewage flowing down the center, CNN echoes in the ears of the cable guy, paid to come and turn back on the god of American idealism, Comcast service or else. 

Yes, the intelligent among you grasped it, I am an America, and I have seen you all. Your kiss ass school superintendents, the soccer mom determined that “little Johnny will win, whether he wins or not,” this old southern boy knows you well. And now you are in really, really big trouble. Almost time to pay the proverbial “piper” it is. The image I have provided is of a simple Google search. Russia bombs the hell out of ISIL’s money train, after a year of America missing it, and our media only reports once Obama is forced to follow suit? There is your lie folks, if you even care any more.

I apologize for the edge in my invective here, for those of you wondering “Where did that come from?” Well, it’s a plea my friends. You see, unless we wake up to what is going on here, we’re going to be a footnote in history 100 years from now. The ideals our mommies and daddies taught us from birth, that dream the world had of absolute liberty ushered in by the red-white-and-blue, that concept for Romanians or Czechs, even Russians who really love America, it will reside right alongside mentions of Carthage, Hitler’s 1000 year Reich, Alexander’s greatest conquests – a footnote for a repetitive humanity – Earth’s dominant species unable to break free of its ignorance. My grandfather and father are rolling over in their graves in Charleston, SC. Maybe you never considered that yours are too? A Russian president is needed, in order to set American policy on the straight and narrow – and even then our psychopaths cannot follow?

Is America the “Babylon” of Revelations? That is for your heart and mind to decide. I leave you with the lament for Babylon to ponder over:

Revelation 18(NKJV)

The Fall of Babylon the Great

18 After these things I saw another angel coming down from heaven, having great authority, and the earth was illuminated with his glory. And he cried mightily[a] with a loud voice, saying, “Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and has become a dwelling place of demons, a prison for every foul spirit, and a cage for every unclean and hated bird! For all the nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth have become rich through the abundance of her luxury.”
And I heard another voice from heaven saying, “Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues. For her sins have reached[b] to heaven, and God has remembered her iniquities. Render to her just as she rendered to you,[c] and repay her double according to her works; in the cup which she has mixed, mix double for her. In the measure that she glorified herself and lived luxuriously, in the same measure give her torment and sorrow; for she says in her heart, ‘I sit as queen, and am no widow, and will not see sorrow.’Therefore her plagues will come in one day—death and mourning and famine. And she will be utterly burned with fire, for strong is the Lord God who judges[d] her.

The World Mourns Babylon’s Fall

“The kings of the earth who committed fornication and lived luxuriously with her will weep and lament for her, when they see the smoke of her burning, 10 standing at a distance for fear of her torment, saying, ‘Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! For in one hour your judgment has come.’
11 “And the merchants of the earth will weep and mourn over her, for no one buys their merchandise anymore: 12 merchandise of gold and silver, precious stones and pearls, fine linen and purple, silk and scarlet, every kind of citron wood, every kind of object of ivory, every kind of object of most precious wood, bronze, iron, and marble; 13 and cinnamon and incense, fragrant oil and frankincense, wine and oil, fine flour and wheat, cattle and sheep, horses and chariots, and bodies and souls of men. 14 The fruit that your soul longed for has gone from you, and all the things which are rich and splendid have gone from you,[e] and you shall find them no more at all.15 The merchants of these things, who became rich by her, will stand at a distance for fear of her torment, weeping and wailing, 16 and saying, ‘Alas, alas, that great city that was clothed in fine linen, purple, and scarlet, and adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls! 17 For in one hour such great riches came to nothing.’ Every shipmaster, all who travel by ship, sailors, and as many as trade on the sea, stood at a distance 18 and cried out when they saw the smoke of her burning, saying, ‘What is like this great city?’
19 “They threw dust on their heads and cried out, weeping and wailing, and saying, ‘Alas, alas, that great city, in which all who had ships on the sea became rich by her wealth! For in one hour she is made desolate.’
20 “Rejoice over her, O heaven, and you holy apostles[f] and prophets, for God has avenged you on her!”

Finality of Babylon’s Fall

21 Then a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone and threw it into the sea, saying, “Thus with violence the great city Babylon shall be thrown down, and shall not be found anymore.22 The sound of harpists, musicians, flutists, and trumpeters shall not be heard in you anymore. No craftsman of any craft shall be found in you anymore, and the sound of a millstone shall not be heard in you anymore. 23 The light of a lamp shall not shine in you anymore, and the voice of bridegroom and bride shall not be heard in you anymore. For your merchants were the great men of the earth, for by your sorcery all the nations were deceived. 24 And in her was found the blood of prophets and saints, and of all who were slain on the earth.
Phil Butler, is a policy investigator and analyst, a political scientist and expert on Eastern Europe, exclusively for the online magazine “New Eastern Outlook”.

Sunday, November 29, 2015

American and Turkish air forces halted their strikes on Syrian territory around the time Russia deployed S-400 air defense complex

khemeimim airbase

NOVEMBER 29, 2015

Russia is not taking chances this time. With the delivery of its S400 Self-Targeting SAM systems, a 600-kilometer radius from Khemeimim Airbase is now under full electronic surveillance and most of Syria is covered with surface-to-air missile system protection.

The highly advanced S400 SAM system is said to have no equal in terms of accuracy and reliability anywhere around the world today.

Any aircraft taking off from any Turkey airbase is now being monitored and will be fired upon when entering Syrian side of the border as the implied default countermeasure. Everyone is duly advised about such installation, of course.

“Both the American and Turkish air forces halted their strikes on Syrian territory around the time Russia deployed S-400 air defense complexes at the Khmeimim airbase, from which it stages its own incursions against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).

… As CJTF-OIR reported on Friday, the US-led coalition had made no sorties against targets in Syria since Thursday, while airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq continued, with the coalition making 18 strikes on terrorist positions.

… S-400 Triumph system missile launchers were airlifted to Syria by Antonov An-124 Ruslan super-jumbo aircraft 24 hours after the decision was announced on Wednesday.

According to open sources, the S-400 is capable of shooting down any existing aircraft, helicopter or missile traveling at speeds of up to 4.8 kilometer per second (over 17,000 km/h) The only target the system would have problems with is a nuclear warhead of intercontinental ballistic missile, which flies at speeds of up to 6-7 kilometer per second.

The S-400 engages targets at distances as far as 400 kilometers and heights of up to 27 kilometers (or higher with newer missiles). This is enough to cover at least 75 percent of Syrian territory, along with the airspaces of Lebanon, Cyprus, half of Israel and a vast part of Turkey.

The S-400’s radar has a range of 600 kilometers and is capable of discriminating even objects moving on the ground, such as cars and military vehicles.

S-400 radar covers Syria, western regions of Iraq and Saudi Arabia, nearly all of Israel and Jordan, Egypt’s northern Sinai, a large part of the eastern Mediterranean and Turkish airspace as far as the capital Ankara.”

Russia is, in effect, imposing a no-fly zone on the Syrian-Turkish border and the rest of the country without ever calling it as such. But this is not the only problem that Turkey and rogue CIA operators are facing right now.

Earlier. Russia’s Krasukha-4 broadband multifunctional jamming station was also installed and is now operating in Syria.

The Krasukha-4 broadband multifunctional jamming station is mounted on a BAZ-6910-022 four-axle-chassis. Like the Krasukha-2, the Krasukha-4 counters AWACS and other air borne radar systems. The Krasukha-4 has the range for effectively disruptinglow Earth orbit (LEO) satellites and can cause permanent damage to targeted radio-electronic devices.[2][5] Ground based radars are also a viable target for the Krasukha-4.[1]

About 2 weeks ago, an agreement was reached between Russia and Armenia to create a joint missile air defense system in the South Caucasus and to introduce Russian troops into the country whenever a need arises. Armenia is Turkey’s northeast neighbor and to which Turkey murdered 1.5 million of the population, a hundred years ago.

Vladimir Putin and a number of Western dignitaries paid respect to the Armenian Genocide during its centenary commemorationceremony, to the deep consternation of Erdogan.

With the loss of trust for Turkey, Russia is said to be sending 7,000 troops to Armenia-Turkey border to prevent the friendly nation from being held hostage when a full blown conflict arises with the Erdogan government, unconfirmed reports indicate. Such contingent shall come from Russia’s North-Caucasian Military District

Yesterday, Putin has also signed an extensive instruction on the economic sanctions against the backstabbing government of Erdogan. 

Putin approves economic sanctions against Turkey following downing of Russian warplane

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree imposing a package of economic sanctions against Turkey following its downing of a Russian Su-24 bomber in Syria. The measures include banning several Turkish organizations and the import of certain goods.

A decree on “measures providing the national security of the Russian Federation and the protection of its citizens against criminal and other unlawful acts, and on imposing special economic measures in relation to Turkish Republic” was signed on Saturday, the Kremlin press service said.

Under the decree, the import of certain products originating from Turkey will be temporarily banned or restricted.

A number of Turkish organizations operating in Russia will also be restricted.

Employers in Russia will be prohibited from hiring Turkish nationals for work starting January 1, 2016.

The ban will touch upon only new workers, the decree said, adding that employees who already officially hired as of December 31, 2015 will not fall subject to the sanctions.

The president has directed the government to introduce a ban on charter flights between Russia and Turkey. Russian travel agencies have been advised to stop selling tours to Turkey, the Kremlin announced.

The government has also been tasked with enhancing security control at Russian ports in the Sea of Azov and Black Sea. The illegal presence and movement of Turkish vessels near to the sea ports must be prevented, the decree said.

Bringing Turkish products into Russia for personal use will not be restricted, the decree said.

The visa-free regime for Turkish nationals traveling to Russia will be suspended starting from 2016, the decree signed by the Russian leader says.

It will not affect those who have residence permits, as well as Turkish diplomats working in Turkish embassies and consulates on the territory of Russia, and their families.

A list of contracts not to be affected by the new economic measures will be compiled by the Cabinet, the Kremlin said in its Saturday statement.

Meanwhile, many businesses in Turkey have expressed fears Russian sanctions might badly hit the Turkish economy, affecting its trade and tourism industries. According to Russian Minister of Economic Development Aleksey Ulyukaev, the Turkish Stream project to deliver Russian natural gas to Turkey, and the construction of a nuclear power plant in the country could also be canceled.

Based on the initial measures stipulated above, Putin is very careful not to hurt directly the economic well-being of ordinary Turkish citizens but is only surgically targeting the Erdogan government, which should provide enough pressure for the early toppling from power the erring Turkish administration.

That is the only outcome that will satisfy the Russians as far as Turkey is concerned.

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Russian media is to abandon the acronyms "ISIS" and "ISIL," and to be called "DAYS"

"Islamic state" to be called "DAYS"

The inter-religious Council of Russia at its meeting in the state Duma has accepted the decision according to which all Russian media is recommended to abandon the acronyms "ISIS" and "ISIL". According to members of the MCP, these abbreviations discredit the concept of "Islam" and "state".

"We hope that the Russian media identify themselves with our views on the inappropriate dissemination in their information materials the acronyms ISIS and ISIL, as well as the phrases "Islamic state" and "Islamic state of Iraq and the Levant" discrediting such important concepts as "state", "state", "Islam", "Islamic", — said in a statement.

MCP recommends to denote the names of terrorist groups similar to the Arabic acronym DAISH, as it is "all non-Arab languages does not cause associations with the concepts "Islam" and "state" have no negative connotations". According to MCPS, the use of the phrase "Islamic state" pandering to the terrorists and "media multiplies the effect of politico-linguistic provocations", RIA "Novosti".

We will remind, in September 2014 the foreign Minister of France proposed to name the militants of this group "thugs, DAYS".

And Egyptian religious authority Dar al-Ift suggested to call them "Separatists, al-Qaeda in Iraq and Syria" or the computer systems and networks Department.

IslamNews notes that the name "DAIS" there is another plus - it's just "hate" the terrorists themselves, as reminiscent of some discordant words in Arabic.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, Ankara has actually opened a new front against Russia

GREAT RUSSIA! Russian do not surrender!
Turkey reopens the Karabakh confrontation

What will Ankara's attempt to inflate the conflict in the Caucasus?

The conflict between Moscow and Ankara took an unexpected turn. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has actually opened a new front against Russia and its ally Armenia: he promised "to do everything possible to liberate the occupied territories of Azerbaijan". in Other words to inflate the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. In this way Ankara has reacted to intention of Russia to impose sanctions on the Turkish economy and to inflict a political blow to the image of Turkey due to the collapse of a number of bilateral projects.

His revenge Ankara decided not to pigeonhole. On Friday, Turkey's foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu held talks with the leadership of this country. Meanwhile, a diplomatic solution of the Nagorno-Karabakh issue with Turkish mediation. Diplomatic relations between Turkey and Armenia torn, and the border of the two countries is closed. So, it was about something else.

We must realize that Karabakh is a great powder keg in the Caucasus. Recall that this region is Armenian land, which the rights of autonomy was in 1921 included in the Azerbaijan SSR. According to one version, the Bolshevik leadership took this step despite the fact that the vast majority of the population of the autonomy were Armenians — in order to ensure Soviet Russia political rapprochement with Kemalist Turkey.

In 1991-1994, the confrontation between Azerbaijanis and Armenians had resulted in large-scale military action for control of Karabakh. Moreover, according to the level of opposition to this war surpassed only Chechen campaign. However, as rightly noted by the Director of the Stockholm Institute for security and development (ISDP) Svante Cornell, "the Caucasus conflict, the Karabakh conflict has the greatest strategic and regional importance. This conflict only in the former Soviet Union, which directly involved two independent States. Moreover, in the late 1990s, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict contributed to the formation of the Caucasus and around opposing groups of States".

And now, apparently, Ankara is eager to splash the kerosene into the smouldering fire Karabakh. Since, as follows from the findings of Cornell, is the best way to unleash a major war in the Caucasus.

How far I will go to Turkey its a dangerous game where it will lead?

— When Turkey was on the rise, while Azerbaijan did not hesitate to designate the Pro-Turkish military-political orientation, Ankara and Baku could play the Armenian card and including the Karabakh conflict, — said the Director of the Research center "the middle East-the Caucasus" of the International Institute of the newest States Stanislav Tarasov.

— However, due to diplomatic miscalculations of both sides are unable to arrange your own solitaire in Transcaucasia. Baku, for instance, in 2009 blocked the signing of the Zurich protocols between Turkey and Armenia, which were intended to normalise relations between the two countries. And thereby reduce the possibility to influence the situation in Karabakh.

But now — after Moscow entered with Turkey in the clinch position Baku has declined sharply. Now Moscow has a free hand. The Russian side very carefully before behaved with regard to the Karabakh conflict, and did not provide adequate support for Armenia, which she needed as a member of the CSTO and the Eurasian Union. Now it became clear: the only ally of Russia in the region is Armenia.

At the same time Moscow, in connection with the Syrian operation, need a second defensive line on the river Arax — the former border between the Russian Empire and Iran, and then the southern border of the USSR. And it does make a difference in the balance of forces and interests.

"SP": — what Cavusoglu talked with the Azerbaijani leadership?

Is a sounding visit. According to some reports, the head of the Turkish Foreign Ministry requested the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev to reconcile the leaders of Russia and Turkey — Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin. But Aliyev is not Putin's authority figure, and many times he substituted the Russian President. He cannot act as a guarantor, and second Lukashenko too does not become.

Meanwhile, we are talking about very serious things. The events in Syria can start to develop quite differently, as seen initially. And we need a springboard to be able to go to Syria from the Caucasus.

Now, therefore, Azerbaijan must make a choice: with whom to enter into a close Alliance with Turkey or with Russia? I think Ilham Aliyev is smarter Erdogan — he will try to keep all communication with Moscow, to establish the partnership, and will actually pass the Turkish President.

"SP": — what will be this close Alliance with Moscow?

— To ensure transport corridor to Syria. We now fly to Syria to bypass the territory of Azerbaijan, shoot missiles to bypass this territory. In the case of the Alliance of Moscow-Baku on the territory of the Republic may receive an airport transit hub for Russian HQs.

In addition, as soon as Aliyev will start to drift towards the North to maintain their power, the Alliance of Azerbaijan with Turkey will be destroyed. Anyway, with the regime that is now in Ankara.

I think Aliyev will do so, because the current Turkish regime has positioned itself as a supporter of terrorism. The Alliance with such a abettor is politically very disadvantageous marriage.

"SP": — But if Ilham Aliyev will choose the Alliance with Ankara?

Then we will build up the group in Armenia, we'll just have to do. Before the Syrian crisis, such actions of the Russian Federation could be perceived as a challenge in Azerbaijan, but now such a local perception has receded into the background. In Syria there is a serious war, and, roughly speaking, to spit on Baku — we protect our national interests.

The problem is that Azerbaijan alone will not be able to keep the offensive of radical Islamists. This is, in particular, says the recent incident in the suburb of Baku, where law enforcement officers exchanged fire with members of radical Islamist organizations that are entrenched in the mosque. During the clashes killed eight people. According to the Azerbaijani police, members of the group were planning terrorist attacks and riots.

We cannot hope that Baku will hold the wave of radical Islamism that may come from Syria. This means, after some time the militants, who fought against Assad, may be on our the North Caucasus. Moscow, such a scenario does not suit, and she intends to fight back against the extremists even in far away areas.

"SP": — Turkey could encourage Azerbaijan to "hot" conflict in Karabakh?

— In Karabakh and without having to constantly shoot. International mediators are not there, to figure out who's firing difficult, and the parties blame each other. In this situation, Aliyev waited a favourable geopolitical environment. He believed in the weakening of Russia, the strengthening of Turkey and the strengthening of the position of the West, believed that one day will be able to twist the RAM's horn and Armenia to solve the Karabakh problem.

But things went differently. Turkey has weakened, at the regional stage was Iran, and Russia has been strengthened. And it turned out that Azerbaijan is locked in a historical framework, because it has historical relations with Turkey, and consists of khanates, which were once part of the Persian, not the Ottoman Empire.

But to exclude the "hot" scenario in Karabakh. The visit of Cavusoglu is of a reconnaissance nature — about the beginning of the big provocations on the level of Ministers for foreign Affairs does not agree. But I think that Cavusoglu will bring Erdogan important preliminary information that politicians and diplomats are exchanged only tete-a-tete.

I don't think Baku will now go to an armed provocation in Nagorno-Karabakh, — said academician of the Academy of geopolitical problems, in 1996 and 2001, the head of the Main Department of international military cooperation of the defense Ministry, Colonel-General Leonid Ivashov.

— Still stationed in Armenia the 102nd Russian military base. There's and air group of MiG-29 fighters and anti-aircraft missile regiment armed with s-300 V. So the Azerbaijani leadership is well aware of: in the case of "hot" conflict in Karabakh, Russia will be dragged into it and will give back.

In my opinion, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu made a purely political move in response to economic pressure from Russia. Turkey is trying to scare and Armenia, and us. Now at least, Ankara to launch a big war in the Caucasus is not capable of.

The Turks did not receive support in NATO after the incident with the Russian su-24M. Meanwhile, without the consent or order of Washington, the Turks on an adventure in Karabakh can not go. Another thing that the US can resolve: failed to start a war with Russia in Ukraine will untie her in Transcaucasia. In theory, this might happen. But in reality, in my opinion, the moment for such operations for Washington's extremely inappropriate...

$10 million weekly in oil from ISIL-seized territories in Syria is being transferred to Turkey

Turns Out, Russia Was Right: ISIL Oil is Going to Turkey – German Media

Russian airstrikes on jihadists’ oil infrastructure caused natural dissatisfaction of Turkey that appears to be the main consumer of ISIL’s oil, according to the German media.

In the wake of downing of the Russian Su-24 bomber jet by Turkish Air Force president  Putin claimed that Ankara appears to be an accomplice of terrorists, as it is purchasing oil in regions of Syria captured by extremists, and he is on solid ground in saying so, the German newspaper Bild reported.
Turkey has turned into a major consumer of oil from the so-called Islamic State extremist group, the author of the article continued. Turkish businessmen sign deals on oil purchases with jihadists, allowing them to get revenues of $10 million weekly.
The Kremlin long time ago obtained information that oil from ISIL-seized territories in Syria is being transferred to Turkey. And the fact that Russian Aerospace Forces started to conduct more attacks against ISIL infrastructure couldn’t be overlooked by Ankara.
According to Bild, Turkish policies regarding jihadists are not quite transparent: although Ankara provided Americans with opportunities to use the country’s airbase for launching attacks against ISIL positions, Erdogan allows terrorists sneaking into Syria to go through Turkey without hindrance.
At the same time, Bild notes, Turkey is not the only state that is making dirty oil deals with Islamic State militants for its own profit. Smugglers supply Jordan and Kurdistan, in which black market trade is flourishing, with ISIL oil, Eckart Woertz, the senior analyst for Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, claimed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, after a press-conference with the French President François Hollande, said that significant amounts of oil from ISIL-controlled areas in Syria is being transported to Turkey:
“We are speaking about industrial-scale supplies of oil from Syrian territories seized by terrorists — from these exact areas and not from any others. And we can observe from the air where those cars are heading to,” the president announced. “They are moving to Turkey day and night.”

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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Paris Attacks Truth: ISIS is a False Flag

Paris Attacks Truth: ISIS is a False Flag

As The Corbett Report community continues to track the latest updates on the Paris attack investigation, let us not forget the essential underlying truth: ISIS is a creation of the US, Turkey, Israel and the Gulf States, and they are fostered, funded, equipped, armed, trained and protected by the NATO allies and the GCC, France included.
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The Answer to Terrorism is Law. Terrorism is A Crime. War is a Crime

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The Anglo-American legal tradition is in serious trouble if not a single major U.S. politician is willing to suggest that the most effective way to combat international terrorism is through law and the courts.
Terrorism is a crime under the United States code, defined at 18 U.S.C. §§ 2331 and 2332b . It sits just a few subchapters away from piracy, another international crime which is also adjudicated, relatively successfully, by the U.S. legal system. It is probably tough to remember, but the mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center attack, Ramzi Yousef, was tried in a civilian court. He is currently serving a life sentence in Florence, Colorado, at a federal Supermax prison.
It would reflect a great deal of strength for a politician to argue that law will dispose of terrorism. First, most of us already know that courts can successfully handle heinous international crimes. At Nuremberg, judges were able to weigh evidence and convict individuals who committed some of the most deeply offensive crimes in history. This work continues in the Hague today with the International Criminal Court. Most international scholars agree that such efforts are largely positive in helping to close the chapter on war and to move a society forward in a more positive, legally-minded direction. If a court was capable of adjudicating the Holocaust, it is surely capable of dealing with international terrorism.
There is strength in affirming fundamental values on which a civilized society is based. We cannot have a world in which some crimes go before a civilian judge, and some crimes are subject to summary execution by the President through a drone strike. In all matters of justice, separate-but-equal is a fatally flawed directive. Historically, the Anglo-American tradition has sought to limit executive power and preserve the ability of a neutral judge to adjudicate disputes — values that have been deeply weakened by 15 years of unending war and which now must be reclaimed or forever lost.
There is strength in admitting that the military approach to terrorism has not only failed, it has made the problem significantly worse. Using a bomb to solve terrorism creates a hydra where chopping off one head only produces three more. Kill Baghdadi and someone else will take his throne, or perhaps three more. Is this not what created ISIS? Is it really so difficult to see how the use of the military in the Middle East has opened the gates of Hell? Is no one really going to question the insanity of the U.S. simultaneously bombing ISIS (fighting Assad) and Assad (fighting ISIS)?
There is strength in dealing with the eventual even-handedness of justice. It is an unfortunate truth that Western countries have also, too, committed crimes since 9/11. Those crimes will require an accounting before a judge, at least some day. And in particular, there will never be peace in the Middle East without an answer for the Iraq War, which will be recognized one day by all peoples as one of the gravest international crimes since World War II.
This was a war that was built on lies and sold to a fearful public like the vilest of snake oils. And its bitterness remains. The Iraq War destroyed a country, killed millions of innocent parents and their children, and is the caustic source of the violence that now roils the Middle East and strikes into Paris.  Justice requires an answer for the Iraq War —  a good and healthy thing as such justice will act as a lesson to the future that the human species will never survive if it relies on war, particularly at a time when so much destruction can be committed by so few in number.
Now, the specter of fascism creeps in this petty pace as politicians in Europe and the U.S. create false enemies and denounce refugees, threaten more war, and pander to the ugliest motivations of each of their respective nations. There is strength in rejecting this fascism.
The world should put together its finest legal minds from all countries — from the U.S., from Latin America, from Europe, from Africa, from Asia, and yes, from the Middle East. Let these minds define the problem, propose a legal solution, and then either work with the International Criminal Court in the Hague, or set up a special tribunal to adjudicate the issue of terrorism. 
Let that court issue warrants, and make sure that the world will cooperate with that court to arrest those who are wanted. Give the accused a lawyer, have a trial, and issue a sentence. Put the guilty in jail. And acquit those for whom there is not enough evidence, and let them go.
And after the world has set up that process, the world should do the same thing for those on all sides who are committing crimes. All people should take a look at the log in each of their own eyes, particularly after analyzing the speck in that of the other. The people of every nation must look into their hearts and their minds to figure out why governments, everywhere, are getting away with murder. The world needs to put a stop to that, as well.

#US, #Turkey Joint Operation is Designed “To Save ISIS”, Not Destroy It (SHARE)

U.S., Turkey Joint Operation Designed “To Save ISIS”, Not Destroy It

With Russia annihilating terrorist vermin all across Syria from the air and the SAA personally mopping up the remainders in village after village, it appears the West has shifted from utter panic to an attempt to launch a Hail Mary and save its jihadist pets as well as the plan to overthrow the secular government of Bashar al-Assad.
This Hail Mary appears to be coming in the form of an attempt to secure the “Safe Zone” area discussed and agreed upon by the Turks and the United States in the past under the guise of fighting ISIS and protecting “moderate rebels” and civilians. In reality, however, the “Safe Zone” is nothing but a trafficking corridor for ISIS and other related terrorist organizations supported by NATO, financed by the GCC, and funneled through Turkey into Syria.
It is for this reason that the U.S. and Turkey have announced an agreement to “shut off Turkey’s border with Syria as part of a joint military operation.” In an interview with CNN, U.S. Secretary of State and Skull and Bones member John Kerry stated, “The entire border of northern Syria – 75 percent of it has now been shut off. And we are entering an operation with the Turks to shut off the other remaining 98 kilometers.”
Kerry did not elaborate as to what form the operation would take or when it would take place. He also neglected to mention whether or not U.S. troops would be deployed in order to take part in the operation.
Turkish officials have hinted at the possibility of some type of imminent military operation occurring, with Foreign Minister Feridun Sinirlioglu stating that a “new military operation against Daesh” may take place “in a matter of days.” Deputy Minister Numan Kurtulmus, however, stated that no ground operation was planned.
Of course, the dimensions of the territory in the crosshairs of this “joint military operation” between Turkey and the United States are immensely important.
The Kurds have seized and now maintain control of an area that spans the Turkey-Syria border from its western to eastern extremities all except for one small pocket in the middle – from Jarablus in the East to Dabiq in the West. Others have described the zone in slightly different dimensions as being from Jarablus in the East to Afrin in the East. Regardless, this corridor, also known as a “safe zone,” is about the exact dimensions of the ISIS supply lines coming in from Turkey to Syria and, if either the Syrian military or the Kurds were able to capture this small section of land on the border, ISIS supply lines would be entirely cut from the North. With Assad’s forces tightening their grip in the South and Southwestern portions of the country and the SAA/Hezbollah forces cracking down on any ISIS movements on the Syria-Lebanon border, and most notably the Russian bombing campaign aiding the Syrian military in retaking full control of Aleppo and other parts of northern Syria, ISIS would essentially be cut off from most avenues of outside assistance.
It is thus important to note that the Syrian military had nearly reached the Euphrates river when the terror attacks in Paris took place.
It is for this reason – the threat the Kurds pose to ISIS – that Turkey has engaged in such a heavy bombing campaign against the Kurds, alongside an alleged campaign against ISIS, the latter campaign being one that is questionable to say the least. Remember, the American airstrikesagainst ISIS have largely targeted Syrian infrastructure and civilian areas. In those areas where ISIS has been struck, it has been nothing more than an exercise in death squad herding.
The “ISIL-Free Zone” should be renamed the “ISIL Free Range Zone” since it is nothing more than a hedge of protection set up over the terrorists with the United States and Turkey once again acting as the ISIS Air Force. This zone, now under the protection of NATO forces will then be used as aForward Operating Base for terrorism deeper inside the country as Turkey unilaterally bombs the Kurds away from territory they currently hold.
Earlier this month, the Kurds launched an assault on that corridor, threatening to close the last supply route for ISIS that exists in the north. Indeed, not only one of the last, it is the main lifeline for the terrorist organization supported by the West.
On November 7, Webster Tarpley and the Tax Wall Street party wrote in their Daily Briefing that “Resistance to this urgently needed policy will inevitably come from Erdogan of Turkey.” Tarpley and the TWSP cited a report by Aaron Stein of War on the Rocks, which stated,
Turkey has made one thing very clear: It will not tolerate a YPG presence west of the Euphrates,and will therefore not accept a Kurdish-led offensive on the ISIS-held city of Jarablus, or any YPG-led effort to unite its territory with the Kurdish-controlled enclave in Efrin in northwestern Syria. In the days before the election, the Turkish military fired upon YPG forces trying to cross the Euphrates, ostensibly to shore up their front line with the Islamic State.
Turkey has long feared the creation of a Kurdistan in Northern Syria, particularly because the creation of such an entity would not only inflame the tensions between the Turkish Kurds and the Turkish government but would essentially carve out a good portion of Turkish territory. With the establishment of a Kurdistan virtually anywhere in the region but especially on the Turkish border or in Turkey itself, Erdogan’s foolish dreams of being the new Ottoman emperor will fade away.
For that reason, the Turks are in no way going to assist in the sealing of Turkey’s border with Syria by the Kurds. Considering the reports coming from media outlets friendly to the Turkish government and the propaganda being spouted by Erdogan’s stooges in the Turkish ruling party, it is the Kurds who are considered the great enemy of Turkish “civilization” (meaning Erdogan’s delusions of grandeur) and not ISIS.
With the growing awareness of the importance of the Jarablus corridor amongst researchers, observers, and the interested national parties, the recent Turkish/U.S. joint military operation agreement stands as a last ditch effort to solidify the ISIS/NATO presence in Syria. By engaging troops and military hardware over the “safe zone” of the Jarablus corridor, NATO will be able to ensure that ISIS supplies and soldiers continue to pour into Syria unabated. By placing NATO interests in the midst of the corridor and declaring the zone a “safe zone” the hope is that the Russians will see the zone as off limits.
At that point, the real question becomes just how long the Russians and the SAA can avoid their own attacks on the Jarablus corridor before they realize that the inability to do so is merely prolonging the war and is ultimately a losing strategy. Once that realization is made, the question will become whether or not the Russians and the SAA will attack the zone despite the NATO presence.
The answer to that question is one that is deeply important to us all.
Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of six books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom7 Real ConspiraciesFive Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, and The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President. Turbeville has published over 500 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties.