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Here is a funny story for the new year. The Bear is always getting
poked by the NATO crew. This time The Bear enjoys the tears of
the cry babies/bullies.
It's that damn Russia Again! Cry me a river. The world is filled with
tough guys....and tough talkers. Yep. Russia is a regional power and
does not have to play second fiddle to the NWO.



UK admits Assad to stay ‘around for a while’ – and it’s all because of Russia again


London, one of the staunchest opponents of the Syrian President Bashar Assad throughout the whole Syrian conflict, has admitted that the Syrian leader is not leaving power anytime soon… and said Moscow is responsible for it.
“Regretfully, we do think he [Assad] is going to be around for a while,” British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt said in a frank comment to Sky News during his three-day trip to Asia. However, he also clearly showed that the UK, which called on the Syrian president to be removed from his post on numerous occasions over the last years, is not quite ready to just put up with such reality. (more)

https://www.rt.com/uk/448026-uk-assad-st...nd-russia/

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(01-04-2019, 12:00 AM)BadBrad Wrote: Here is a funny story for the new year. The Bear is always getting
poked by the NATO crew. This time The Bear enjoys the tears of
the cry babies/bullies.
It's that damn Russia Again! Cry me a river. The world is filled with
tough guys....and tough talkers. Yep. Russia is a regional power and
does not have to play second fiddle to the NWO.



UK admits Assad to stay ‘around for a while’ – and it’s all because of Russia again

The geopolitical change since 2011 in the Middle East, sometimes called "Levant"

[Image: levant.jpg]

The Levant - the region between Turkey and Egypt on the Mediterranean Sea.
source: http://www.makehummusnotwar.com/history_6.html

By Elijah J. Magnier:

Quote:Turkey will take further positive steps towards Assad, who today enjoys a more prestigious position than at any time since 2011. Indeed the Levant is returning to the centre of Middle East and world attention in a stronger position than in 2011. Syria has advanced precision missiles that can hit any building in Israel. Assad also has an air defence system he would have never dreamt of before 2011 thanks to Israel’s continuous violation of its airspace and its defiance of Russian authority. Hezbollah has constructed bases for its long and medium range precision missiles in the mountains and has created a bond with Syria that it could never have established if not for the war. Iran has established a strategic brotherhood with Syria thanks to its role in defeating the regime change plan. NATO’s support for the growth of ISIS has created a bond between Syria and Iraq that no Muslim or Baathist link could ever have created: Iraq has a “carte blanche” to bomb ISIS locations in Syria without the consent of the Syrian leadership (following Assad’s total blessing to the Iraqi leadership to join in the fight on ISIS), and the Iraqi security forces can walk into Syria anytime they see fit to fight ISIS. The anti-Israel axis has never been stronger than it is today. That is the result of 2011-2018 war imposed on Syria.

https://ejmagnier.com/2019/01/02/trump-b...he-levant/
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Bolton is a lunatic who doesn't understand the situation in Syria. Bolton tries to protect the Kurds and in this way he brings Turkey and Russia closer together. Well done.

Quote:Erdogan likewise had a deal with Trump about the U.S. retreat from Syria. Bolton tried to change the deal, to add conditions and to prolong the timeline. When he arrived in Ankara he was not only ignored by Erdogan, but scolded. It will require Trumps intervention to bring the issue back onto its tracks.

If Trump does not move, Erdogan is likely to seek a military escalation. His army will probably fire artillery on this or that Kurdish position near the Turkish border. It may even invade a few towns. Not necessarily to hold them, but to increase the pressure on the U.S. occupation force.

Turkey originally planned to first take Manbij on the western side of the Euphrates. But Manbij is blocked by Syrian troops, now reinforced by Russian military police patrols. Erdogan will not dare to attack them.

Erdogan wants the U.S. to leave Syria and to take with it the arms it handed to the YPG to fight ISIS. He wants the Syrian government to retake northeast Syria and to bring the Kurds under control. That would eliminate the danger to Turkey.

https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/01/tu....html#more

Russian military police have started to patrol the area around the city of Manbij in Syria’s Aleppo governorate. The move follows Syrian government troops entering the area and is aimed at preventing hostilities. Bolton attempts to develop an alternative strategy -- it's a bit too late ...

Quote:The White House-appointed Syria and anti-ISIL coalition envoy James Jeffrey has asked Syrian Kurdish leaders backed by the United States to hold off on making any deals with President Bashar al-Assad’s government while the Trump administration tries to develop its strategy.

http://theduran.com/sykes-picot-on-acid-...roop-exit/



Pompeo forgot to explain how to achieve these ambitious plans ...

Quote:Breaking: Pompeo vows to confront Hezbollah in Lebanon

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/bre...n-lebanon/

Quote:US will ‘expel every last Iranian boot’ from Syria: Pompeo

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/us-...ia-pompeo/
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(01-10-2019, 04:10 PM)roamer Wrote: Bolton is a lunatic who doesn't understand the situation in Syria. Bolton tries to protect the Kurds and in this way he brings Turkey and Russia closer together. Well done.

Quote:Erdogan likewise had a deal with Trump about the U.S. retreat from Syria. Bolton tried to change the deal, to add conditions and to prolong the timeline. When he arrived in Ankara he was not only ignored by Erdogan, but scolded. It will require Trumps intervention to bring the issue back onto its tracks.

If Trump does not move, Erdogan is likely to seek a military escalation. His army will probably fire artillery on this or that Kurdish position near the Turkish border. It may even invade a few towns. Not necessarily to hold them, but to increase the pressure on the U.S. occupation force.

Turkey originally planned to first take Manbij on the western side of the Euphrates. But Manbij is blocked by Syrian troops, now reinforced by Russian military police patrols. Erdogan will not dare to attack them.

Erdogan wants the U.S. to leave Syria and to take with it the arms it handed to the YPG to fight ISIS. He wants the Syrian government to retake northeast Syria and to bring the Kurds under control. That would eliminate the danger to Turkey.

https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/01/tu....html#more

Russian military police have started to patrol the area around the city of Manbij in Syria’s Aleppo governorate. The move follows Syrian government troops entering the area and is aimed at preventing hostilities. Bolton attempts to develop an alternative strategy -- it's a bit too late ...

Quote:The White House-appointed Syria and anti-ISIL coalition envoy James Jeffrey has asked Syrian Kurdish leaders backed by the United States to hold off on making any deals with President Bashar al-Assad’s government while the Trump administration tries to develop its strategy.

http://theduran.com/sykes-picot-on-acid-...roop-exit/



Pompeo forgot to explain how to achieve these ambitious plans ...

Quote:Breaking: Pompeo vows to confront Hezbollah in Lebanon

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/bre...n-lebanon/

Quote:US will ‘expel every last Iranian boot’ from Syria: Pompeo

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/us-...ia-pompeo/

WWIII edges closer
Where there is imbalance I am the counterweight. Beware, for if you are a cause of imbalance you may not enjoy my presence.
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(01-04-2019, 12:00 AM)BadBrad Wrote: London, one of the staunchest opponents of the Syrian President Bashar Assad throughout the whole Syrian conflict, has admitted that the Syrian leader is not leaving power anytime soon… and said Moscow is responsible for it.
“Regretfully, we do think he [Assad] is going to be around for a while,” British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt said in a frank comment to Sky News during his three-day trip to Asia. However, he also clearly showed that the UK, which called on the Syrian president to be removed from his post on numerous occasions over the last years, is not quite ready to just put up with such reality. (more)

https://www.rt.com/uk/448026-uk-assad-st...nd-russia/

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Neocons: "Now it's personal ..."

https://twitter.com/joshua_landis/status...1556037632
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Bolton is not amused ...

Quote:The US has reportedly started pulling out of Syria after a week of chaotic, confusing messages

-- snip --

Washington wanted assurances that Turkey would not attack Kurdish militants — alongside whom the US had been fighting, but whom Turkey considers terrorists — after the US leaves.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday that the US would carry out with its withdrawal plans despite Erdogan and Bolton's disagreement, Reuters reported.

Unnamed defense officials also told The Wall Street Journal on Thursday: "Nothing has changed. We don't take orders from Bolton."

-- snip --

https://www.businessinsider.de/us-withdr...?r=UK&IR=T
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Quote:Today, the Israeli authorities officially admitted to launching air strikes in Syria. At the meeting of the government, the prime minister confirmed that the country's air forces attacked the airport of Damascus.

youtube source linked below: Vesti News, Published on Jan 14, 2019

https://twitter.com/MiddleEastEye/status...8280261633

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Z0i9ATCM0M
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Missing the strike on Gaza.
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(01-14-2019, 03:18 PM)Guest Wrote: Missing the strike on Gaza.

I don't claim to mention every incident in the ME. Furthermore I don't know enough about the situation in Palestine and especially the role of Hamas there.

Quote:Two targets in Gaza City were hit by the Israeli strikes and no one was harmed, security sources in Gaza said.[

https://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-res...et-launch/
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