For we the staff of
The Anti-New York Times so love our readership; that we endured watching that over-rated greasy Globalist
ghoul, Charlie Rose of the Bildeberg Group, interview Vladimir Putin on CBS's 60 minutes (Sunday night). Expecting
to witness a heavily edited "gotcha" piece, we were surprised and intrigued to see what was, for the most part,
an objective puff piece that actually made Putin look good and sound reasonable - particularly when he spoke of possible intervention
in Syria. What the ---- ?
morning (Monday), we then listened with further suspicion as WABC Radio Host, Establishment hack, and Putin-hater
Geraldo Rivera passionately called for Obongo and Putin (but especially Obongo) to "put their differences aside"
and fight ISIS. That's a double what the ---- ?!
Now comes Sulzberger's Slimes, that 'Typhoid Mary' of the anti-Putin
press-plague, with what is also an objective article summarizing Russia's point of view regarding Syria. Clearly, when seditious
scum such as Rose, Rivera and any of Sulzberger's scribblers practice actual journalism, something is afoot. What's
going on here? It almost seems as though "the powers that be" actually want Putin to go into Syria and fight ISIS
(the mercenary army which those very same "powers that be" created in the first place!)
Russia-haters Sulzberger, Rose (with 'Pussy Riot' skanks) and Rivera -- a change
of heart on Putin's Syria position???
Your suspicious reporter here turned the curious cat loose to do a bit of cyber-snooping and, pardon
the cliche, "look at what the cat dragged in" -- from no less of an authority on U.S. foreign manipulation
than the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR):
Syria: Let Putin Bleed
A Cook / September 24, 2015
"All this is a long wind up to the idea that while the West should not exactly learn to love Russia’s
intervention in Syria, the United States, Europeans and the Gulf states might actually come to like it.
Moscow may think it is somehow calling Washington’s bluff in the fight against the Islamic State, but folks
should separate out the Russian bluster and the political posturing of Obama administration opponents and supporters on
Twitter and consider the serious implications of the Kremlin’s move.
just put themselves squarely in the middle of an extremely nasty, brutish civil war featuring a grab bag of extremist groups
that includes the Islamic State (ISIS), which would likely love to take a shot at the Russian military.
If the reports of large numbers of Chechens filling the ranks of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s forces are accurate,
it is payback time. Those jihadists are arrayed against Moscow’s allies, a nefarious group that includes Hezbollah,
Assad’s militias, what is left of the Syrian military and agents of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps.
If the risks to the Russians in this environment are not clear, they should be. They are no longer an indirect
party to the conflict, they have a huge target on their backs and they are going to have a serious fight on their hands
that does not seem to favor Russian forces.
Sure, Syria in 2015 is not Afghanistan
in 1979, and one would think that the Russians have learned lessons from their painful past, but Putin seems to have drawn
all the wrong lessons from the late Soviet period."
1- CFR mouthpiece and pro-Israeli extremist Steven
A. Cook wants Russia to get bogged down and "bled" in Syria.
2- The CFR - HQ at the Pratt House in New York, has been manipulating U.S. foreign affairs since its inception in
3- The first Director of the CFR
was Rothschild ally Paul Warburg -- the "Father of the Federal Reserve"
We trust that our readers are smart
enough to not require any more "dot connection" to explain the sudden journalistic support for a Russian operation
in Syria, which fits nicely with Homo-Obongo's 'Brer Rabbit' routine regarding same.
*In the 'Tar Baby' story, Brer Rabbit, stuck to 'the tar baby', begs
a fox not to throw him into the brier patch, when that was exactly what he wanted the fox to do (so he could use the
thorns to free himself)!
Afghanistan, The Sequel?
Brzezinski's 1979 Afghanistan trap (which he has since
admitted to engineering!) proved to be disaster for the Soviet Union. After being "bled" for many years, the Soviet
Union (for this and other reasons) collapsed.
We are equally certain that Putin understands
that a trap is being set -- a trap which he may have to walk into, but with a plan for winning and winning fast
in spite of it. There is however one HUGE difference between the Syria 2015 Trap and the Afghanistan 1979-1989 Trap.
This time around, if the Russians do actually get involved in fighting, they will have the formidable assets and forces of
Iran, China and probably Egypt helping them out. The 'wild-card" - if this plays out - is Israeli trickery which could
be used to bring the U.S. and the Russia-China-Iran bloc into conflict.
Keep your eyes open, Mr. Putin - and have an extra set in the back of your head.
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times that
Putin may go after ISIS in Syria.
Americanus 2: That would be great. Let the Russians do the dirty work.
"You won't think it'ss ssuch a good idea if World War 3 comess out of thiss
- tough guy."
(Let's hope the Russians
and Iranians clean up the mercenary scum fast and hard before things can get complicated.)
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