Thursday, November 19, 2015

Russia Only Power Able To Stop ISIS While Ignoring Western Accusations, West Leverages Paris For Syria Endgame

Russia Only Power Able to ‘Quash’ ISIL While Ignoring Western Accusations

Former White House National Security Council advisor Gwenyth Todd claims that Russia is the only major power able to destroy the Islamic State terrorist group because it can ignore Western accusations and media backlash while doing so.

Russia is the only major power able to destroy ISIL terrorist group because it can ignore Western accusations and media backlash while doing so, former White House National Security Council (NSC) advisor Gwenyth Todd told Sputnik.

“The world needs a truly powerful country, ready to do whatever is necessary to quash well-armed and financed terrorists, in the face of accusations of gross human rights abuses, to stop the Turks and Arab Gulf states from continuing to fuel the Islamic State terrorist machine,” Todd told Sputnik on Wednesday.

Todd explained that the Unites States has great difficulty exacting revenge on terrorists because “a large segment of US citizens feels a deep obligation to avoid any collateral damage or even brutal treatment of the guilty.”

The British, French and Germans are also prone to forgiveness, but in their case they seek to preserve economic interests, even with countries whose governments have sponsored horrific acts against their own citizens, Todd added.

Now, “foolish terrorists” have made the assumption that Russia has adopted the Western fear of appearing too harsh: those who bombed the Metrojet flight and publicly threaten Russia today are testing this theory, she said.

“The US will be incredibly relieved if the Russians can ignore public handwringing and attack and destroy the headquarters of Islamic terrorists,” Todd asserted.

The former NSC official added that Western liberals will be more forgiving of Russian military operations in the face of Russia's announcement that ISIL was behind the Metrojet bombing.

The chilling photos of the brightly coloured luggage of the families aboard that flight behind police cordons in the Sinai Peninsula make any Russian actions against ISIL more acceptable and the Paris attacks magnify that acceptability, she continued.

“That window will only be open for a short time, however, and Russia therefore needs to move quickly and with great force against the Islamic State,” Todd pointed out.

Russia knows it will face criticism after the fact, even as the West winks and nods at Russian operations over the coming weeks, she said.

Former terrorist turned CIA double agent Morten Storm tells Megyn Kelly in the 1st video below that America should expect to be hit by ISIS attacks within the next two weeks. With unverified reports coming in that UPS planes were recently discovered flying in hundreds or potentially thousands of 'refugees' under the cover of darkness as reported in the 3rd video below, all American eyes should be open as ISIS issues more cowardly yet terrifying threats to cities in America

Have our 'leaders' already forgotten (or are they just ignoring the warnings?) the words issued by a terrorist smuggler back in Sept 2015 as reported by WND: "We will use the refugee crisis to infiltrate the West." We also learned in that story that there are already 4,000+ covert terrorists in place and awaiting orders according to the smuggler. 

We've also recently learned France is preparing their citizens for chemical weapons attacks as shared in the 2nd video below, and with that we may finally have an answer to why German Federal Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere recently told a news conference that he was unable to share all available information as why to a soccer game was recently called off that Chancellor Angela Merkel was supposed to attend: "Part of these answers would upset the population."

ISIS has manufactured and used chemical weapons before according to this Independent story and previously threatened to use chemical and biological weapons against the US and other Western nations. Obviously, any such an attack upon any civilian population anywhere in the world would be absolutely devastating and have grave and lasting repercussions. 

While a former senior FBI official has recently said that the United States is safer than a region overseas because there is an ocean separating the continents, the fact remains: the US is in ISIS line of fire. A look below at where ISIS social media support is coming from should help to awaken anyone who thinks that ISIS isn't already in the US. Why would anybody in America be supporting the tweets of mass-murdering terrorists? This chart should tell Americans everything that our mainstream media and our government aren't telling us.

We also learned today from the Daily Mail that at least 66 men and women with ISIS ties have been arrested in America, including refugees who had been given safe haven but turned instead to terror. Is it only a coincidence that Barack Obama recently scolded Republicans for 'fearing' Syrian refugees...calling them widows and 3-year olds? Is it only a coincidence that a woman suicide bomber blew herself up in Paris? Should Americans really be concerned about mere children coming into the country who might hate us, sometimes due to our own governments disastrous foreign policies? 

It's mind boggling to us that it takes the American people putting a boot up the collective posterior of our government public servantsto get anything done nowadays as we just learned from the Washington Times that the House of Representatives is seeking a 'pause' in the resettlement of Syrian refugees here, that after Americans in massive numbers responded to Obama's plans to flood potential terrorists into America. The Washington Times also now tells us the FBI is bracing for holiday terror in America as is also shared in the 3rd video below. 

Is CIA double agent Storm right in this video about an attack upon America within two weeks? Listen as Megyn Kelly realizes that the American people are up against monsters who will not only stop at nothing but as Storm explains, terror has been part of their religion for almost thousands of years. Storm also warns that civilians are targets and shopping malls could be huge targets as previously warned of in this ANP story.

Earlier this week, CNN’s senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta asked President Obama the following question at a press briefing: 

"A lot of Americans have this frustration that they see the United States has the greatest military in the world, it has the backing of nearly every other country in the world when it comes to taking on ISIS. I guess the question is, and if you'll forgive the language, but why can't we take out these bastards?"

Well Jim, the answer is quite simple and indeed, if you - or any other member of the mainstream media for that matter - would bother to look at things like the declassified Pentagon report that Judicial Watch turned up earlier this year, you’d be less confused. 
Allow us, once again, to provide you with the answers you seek, straight from the Pentagon ca. 2012: 

...there is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist Principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran).”

Translation: if Sunni extremists were to establish a proto-state in eastern Syria that would be great because it would destabilize Assad and cut off Iran from Hezbollah thus endangering the preservation of Tehran’s Shiite crescent. 

For those who need a still simpler formulation: ISIS started out no different than any of the other rebels the US supports in Syria. They likely received guns, money, and training if not directly from the US, then from Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Washington seems to have had some idea that they would seek to capture and hold territory and as far as the Pentagon was concerned, that was just fine. Whether or not the CIA anticipated what would come next is up for debate, but make no mistake, US intelligence knew good and well this was a possibility and let it happen because ousting Assad was (and still is) the top priority. 

So when the Jim Costas of the world ask “why can’t we take out these bastards?”, the answer is that if if we did, one of the main forces destabilizing the Assad regime would be gone and not only that, the US would no longer have an excuse to be in Syria, which would leave the country’s political future entirely up to Russia and Iran and that is a decidedly unpalatable outcome not only for Washington, but for Riyadh and Doha as well.
It’s Occam’s Razor Jim: look for the simplest possible explanation and go with that. 

Of course that explanation is simply too bad to be true for most Americans and so the public and the mass media will continue to exists in a state of perpetual bewilderment as to why 13 months of aerial bombardment hasn’t done anything to degrade the group.
In case any of the above isn’t clear enough, Sergei Lavrov has commentary which may help to drive the point home, presented below without further comment:

"Despite announcing ambitious plans for its coalition against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), the analysis of those [US-led] airstrikes during over a year lead to conclusion that they were hitting selectively, I would say, sparingly and on most occasions didn’t touch those IS units, which were capable of seriously challenging the Syrian army."

“Apparently, it’s a kind of a ‘honey is sweet, but the bee stings’ situation: they want IS to weaken Assad as soon as possible to make him leave somehow, but at the same time they don’t want to overly strengthen IS, which may then seize power."

"The US stance seriously weakens the prospects of Syria to remain a secular state, where the rights of all ethnic and religious groups will be provided and guaranteed,” 

"Russia’s assessment of the US-led anti-terror operation in Syria is based on observations of specific results and there are little results, not to say there are none – except the fact that during this period [since August 2014] the Islamic State has grown on the territories they control.”

With its serendipitously strengthened hand and with France taking a more prominent role, the West is attempting to reassert not only its narrative, but its agenda regarding the ongoing conflict in Syria, an agenda that has – as of late – been derailed by Russia’s military intervention and recent gains made on the battlefield by Syrian military forces. The London Guardian stated in its article “Paris attacks galvanise international efforts to end Syria war” that:

The Isis attacks in Paris have galvanised international efforts to end the war in Syria, with a new deadline set for negotiations between the warring parties and for a country-wide ceasefire. 
There is still no sign of agreement, however, on the key question of the future of the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad.

It should seem extraordinary to the global public that even after the attacks in Paris, the West still insists on undermining the Syrian government toward its goal of “regime change,” which includes continued material support to armed militants – all of which are extremists, and many of which have either coordinated with, or fought under the banner of Al Qaeda and even the self-proclaimed “Islamic State” (ISIS).

This is also considering the fact that the Syrian government is now currently engaged in battle with ISIS in and around Aleppo, and is currently threatening to sever its supply lines leading out of NATO-member Turkey’s territory.
Regarding this point, the Guardian would even report:
It was clear, however, that Russia and the US have again had to agree to disagree about Assad. The Paris attacks “show that it doesn’t matter if you’re for Assad or against him,” said the Russian foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov. “Isis is your enemy.”
However, to explain the West’s apparent failure to prioritize, the Guardian claims:
Isis, in their [the West’s] view, is a symptom of political failings in both Iraq and Syria. The Vienna participants are to meet in Paris before the end of the year to review progress toward a ceasefire and the selection of delegations for the Syrian talks. 
In reality, ISIS is not a “symptom of political failings.” It is the result of concerted, immense, multinational state-sponsorship. Entire armies of the immense scale ISIS operates on do not rise out of “political failings,” they rise from huge, preexisting financial networks, region-wide logistical support, multinational political support, intelligence networking, and experienced military planning and organizational skills.

The West and its regional allies, namely Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey, clearly constitute this immense multinational state-sponsorship ISIS has so far enjoyed. A look at any map depicting the Syrian conflict shows ISIS supply lines running directly out of NATO-member Turkey’s territory and in numerous reports, even out of the West’s most prominent papers, it is even admitted that ISIS is supplied in Syria, via Turkey.

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