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    Default Re: Ukraine, Crimea, Syria, Israel, Iran, Putin, and World War III

    Actually with Turkey being blocked from attacking Kurds, Erdogan's Proxy army of isis Redbeards are moving on Serbia... this is an Islam Christian Holy war to keep attention off Israel...

    No one is going to attack Israel, fear mongering from the world's biggest terrorist org





    This is bad enough US Citizens are being told not to travel in Europe.

    Erdogan feels if EU doesn't let Turkey join, then he will take it...

    Will NATO stand with Christians, or back up their NATO Islamic ally?
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    After Trump & Putin phone conversation 'cooperation against ISIS back on the table'

    Adam Garrie The Duran
    Wed, 03 May 2017 12:42 UTC


    U.S. President Donald Trump, Russia's President Vladimir Putin © Mike Segar, Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters

    President Putin also urged restraint over North Korea.

    Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have held a telephone conversation in which the leaders of two of the three world super-powers discussed pressing matters of war and peace.

    The conversations were serious in tone with both leaders pledging to maintain close contact with the other. Putin and Trump also said that the respective foreign ministers of each country, Sergey Lavrov and Rex Tillson will be in close contact with each other in order to bolster the fragile Syrian ceasefire.

    Among the most important things discussed was possible coordination between Russia and the United States in the fight against Wahhabist terrorism in Syria. Cooperation between Washington and Moscow in the war against groups like ISIS was a central pillar of Trump's campaign, but one apparently abandoned when Trump attacked Syria on the 6th of April, something which led to Vladimir Putin saying that US-Russian relations had eroded under Donald Trump

    However, there have been recent signs that Donald Trump is turning away from militarism and back towards cooperation. The fact that US troops are now acting as a buffer to prevent Turkish forces from firing on Kurdish SDF fighters in Syria is a sign that America has backed away from cooperation with Turkey in a would be war for regime change in Damascus.

    According to a statement from the Kremlin Press Office,
    "On May 2, Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with US President Donald Trump. They discussed a number of important issues of cooperation between the two countries in the international arena. They concentrated on the prospect of coordinating the actions of Russia and the United States in the fight against international terrorism in the context of the Syrian crisis...

    The goal is to create conditions to launch a real settlement process in Syria. It means that the Russian Foreign Minister and the US Secretary of State will promptly inform the leaders about the progress achieved in this direction".
    The statement also confirmed that the US and Russian Presidents will hold private meetings during the G20 Summit in Germany this July.

    Vladimir Putin also urged restraint on the North Korean issue.

    The statement continued,
    "The situation on the Korean peninsula was discussed in detail. Vladimir Putin called for restraint and to defuse tensions".
    In an ideal world, the US and Russia would cooperate militarily against terrorism in Syria and also cooperate diplomatically over North Korea. China and Russia have both been trying to push the US in this direction.

    Trump's first 100 days in office have been filled with contradictions and inconsistency. However, there are some signs that Donald Trump may be doing a second U-turn away from his initial hawkish U-turn.

    If this turns out to be the case, it could indeed be a positive development in the US turning away from a unilateral position in foreign affairs.
    SOTT Comment: For an excellent breakdown of the Trump presidency and the end of the American Empire, check out:

    Behind the Headlines: Facts Intrude on the Reality Creators: The Rapid Decline of the American Empire
    While he campaigned on removing corruption from Washington politics and dialing back on US military aggression overseas, Trump appears to have learned a few hard lessons in his 1st 100 days in office. The US 'deep state' cannot be so easily dismantled, and it appears Trump has been forced to concede to the reality that, since America was built on the domination of other nations, it must continue to dominate if it is to survive in its current form.

    But those pesky concepts - reality and facts - keep intruding on the dream of a New American Century. From Syria to North Korea (and everywhere in between) the US is being thwarted by the relatively quiet and unshakable resolve of Russia and China to assert their right to international preeminence as the largest and most populous nations on the planet. More to the point, the 'center' of the globe is clearly Eurasia, while America sits isolated from this center by the world's two largest oceans.
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    Donbass media round-up: Pensions suspended to pay IMF [24th to 30th April]

    May 2nd, 2017 - Fort Russ News -
    The Editorial Board of the Cossack Herald - edited by Inessa Sinchougova

    IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde

    Ukraine refuses to bear social expenses in Donbass

    The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted the "Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 365", according to which social payments to residents of Donbass who have the status of internal migrants will be suspended. The control over the permanence of Ukrainian citizens in the territories of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics is carried out by the infamous SBU - the Ukrainian analogue of the Nazi Gestapo.

    The SBU is obliged to transmit data concerning the political security of the citizens to the territorial departments of labor and social protection of the population. Even some Ukrainian lawyers admit that receiving such data by the branches of the Pension Fund of Ukraine is illegal.

    One of the conditions for Ukraine to receive loans from the World Monetary Fund is to raise the retirement age, and to significantly reduce the costs of the Ukrainian budget for social payments. Among the first ones under such distribution were migrants from Donbass. In many cases, the Ukrainian authorities have suspended social payments even without preliminary checks of the people at their registration place.

    Payments of pensions to some migrants have ceased in line with the law, stated the Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine, Andrey Reva. According to him, the law provides for the abolition of pension payments to internal migrants who stayed in the territory beyond Ukraine's control for more than 60 days.

    Last week, Ukraine stopped the deliveries of electricity to the Lugansk People's Republic, and is going to stop the deliveries to the Donetsk People's Republic. This is nothing more than a form of genocide of the population of Donbass. Now, Ukraine is going to apply the methods of economic genocide to its own citizens who may only be suspected of temporary residence in the territories of the DPR and the LPR.

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    Bernard-Henri Levy Gets Pied in Belgrade, Attempts to Assault a Man [Video]

    May 11th, 2017 - Fort Russ News -
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    Bernard-Henri Levy, controversial French philosopher has once again been thrown with a pie, while also publicly displaying his own aggression.

    During yesterday's presentation in Belgrade, aimed at gathering support for Kurdish separatism in Syria, a young man from the activist group SKOJ rushed up to Levy and threw a pie directly into his face.

    Another young man also came up close to Levy and held a banner that read “Bernard Levy advocates imperialist murders”.

    Only a little while later, third man came up to Levy and attempted to start a fight with him. Levy immediately responded by trying to assault him back.

    The self-proclaimed intellectual from France is notorious for his advocacy of ethnic cleansing of the Serbs by Ustashas and KLA terrorists in Kosovo during the 1990s.

    He is also one of the staunchest supporters of destruction of Iraq and Libya, in addition to expressing enormous sympathies towards jihadists in Syria and their atrocities.

    Yesterday, however, Levy did not have his first encounter with a pie. French actor Noel Goden, known for throwing pies at celebrities, targeted Levy 7 times since 1985.


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    Default Re: Ukraine, Crimea, Syria, Israel, Iran, Putin, and World War III

    I guess this is not worth mentioning in the msm (around 1:03):

    Quote «When the clowns from the Soviet Union speak about something that is holy for them and at the same time wave this cursed, cursed St. George ribbon that appeared after the destruction of the Zaporozhskaya Sech I`m not just ashamed. I want to take a machine gun and shoot all these bastards»
    ...said the Ukranian politician Yuriy Bereza from the People's Front about a week ago...


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