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|Is blitz on Aleppo the start of Putin's war to rebuild USSR? As Russian missiles rain down on besieged city - and Trump cosies up to Putin - a Kremlin expert's chilling warning
Syria's brutal dictator Bashar al-Assad said Donald Trump will be a ‘natural ally’ in fighting terrorism
Assad said Mr Trump would be a friend to his regime, Russia and the Iranians if he changed US policy
Policy is to strike against Isis while supporting rebels opposed to Assad, but Trump has different ideas
By EDWARD LUCAS FOR THE DAILY MAIL
PUBLISHED: 22:54, 16 November 2016 | UPDATED: 01:39, 17 November 2016
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3943754/Is-blitz-Aleppo-start-Putin-s-war-rebuild-USSR-Russian-missiles-rain-besieged-city-Trump-cosies-Putin-Kremlin-expert-s-chilling-warning.html#ixzz4QGMNEcj7|
|14.11.2016 Author: Tony Cartalucci
Turkey’s Operation Euphrates Shield is Shielding What?
Turkey, in a bid to legitimize its uninvited, illegal incursion into northern Syria, has created several media platforms specifically reporting on what it calls “Operation Euphrates Shield.”
Operation Euphrates Shield, according to official Turkish government statements, aims at “securing” a buffer zone in northern Syria spanning from the Euphrates river in the east and extending all the way to Azaz in the west. This is also coincidentally the exact same buffer zone US policy think tanks have called for since at least 2012 – specifically seeking Turkey to implement it.
The Brookings Institution – a corporate-funded policy think-tank whose policymakers have helped craft upper-level strategy for the Iraqi, Afghan, Libyan, and now Syrian conflicts as well as plans laid for future confrontations with Iran and beyond – has been explicit regarding the true nature of these “buffer zones.” In a 2015 paper titled, “Deconstructing Syria: A new strategy for America’s most hopeless war,” it states:
…the idea would be to help moderate elements establish reliable safe zones within Syria once they were able. American, as well as Saudi and Turkish and British and Jordanian and other Arab forces would act in support, not only from the air but eventually on the ground via special forces.
The paper goes on by explaining (emphasis added) :
The end-game for these zones would not have to be determined in advance. The interim goal might be a confederal Syria, with several highly autonomous zones and a modest (eventual) national government. The confederation would likely require support from an international peacekeeping force, if this arrangement could ever be formalized by accord.But in the short term, the ambitions would be lower—to make these zones defensible and governable, to help provide relief for populations within them, and to train and equip more recruits so that the zones could be stabilized and then gradually expanded.
Trump’s reply to Saudi prince proves “America made the right choice”
|If, Russian political analyst Valery Solovey's report that Putin is about to stand down over ill health issues, turns out to be true, it could result in a major shift in Russia's foreign policy. Solovey,professor of the Moscow Institute of Foreign Affairs,said the leader might need to avoid publicity in 2017, for several months, or will appear very rarely.|
|Donald Trump Kept His Promise To The Alex Jones Show Info wars
The Donald like you've not seen him before
He 'is' up to date with Isis.|
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|'Clinton & ISIS funded by same money' - Assange interview w/John Pilger (Courtesy Darthmouth Films)
|Turkey massing troops near silopi, just over the Iraqi border. Abadi says there will be consequences of any Turkish invasion. Time the US got out of Incirlik.|
|Turkey: Erdogan's Galloping Despotism
by Burak Bekdil
November 2, 2016 at 4:00 am
Before Turks could digest so many undemocratic practices they had to face in one week, they woke up only to learn that scores of journalists at a newspaper critical of Erdogan had been detained. On October 31, police raided the homes of 11 people, including executives and journalists of Cumhuriyet newspaper, after prosecutors initiated a probe against them on "terrorism" charges.
"This is about ... abolishing all universal values... The most explicit indications of it are the growing pressure against the Turkish press and the policies to destroy it. This is the process of the destruction of free thought." — The Contemporary Journalists Association.|
|The Truth About World War III | United States vs. Russia
|Turkey sacks 10,000 more civil servants and shuts down 15 more media outlets in latest crackdown following military coup
Turkey has sacked a further 10,000 civil servants following failed coup
The government has also forced 15 more media organisations to shut down
They are all accused of having links to the US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen
Ankara has blamed Gulen for orchestrating the failed uprising in July
By JENNIFER NEWTON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 13:27, 30 October 2016 | UPDATED: 16:57, 30 October 2016
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3886708/Turkey-sacks-10-000-civil-servants-shuts-media-post-coup-crackdown.html#ixzz4ObONlAoY|
|School Bombing in Syria or Another White Helmets Hoax
|Journalist Vanessa Beeley exposes White Helmets coalition
|Struggling for peace? ‘White Helmets’ Nobel Prize nomination sparks controversy
|CrossTalk: White Helmets, Really?
|Syrian rebel White Helmets actually funded by U.S.
|Hillary Wants War
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