Saturday, October 31, 2015

ISIS Releases Video Of Downed Russian Airline, Claims Responsibility

ISIS Releases Video Of Alleged Russian Airplane Mid-Air Exposion After It Claims Responsibility For Disaster

That didn't take long: following the worst Russian airplane disaster in history, the question everyone was asking is who is responsible. Moments ago we may have gotten the answer.
A militant group affiliated to Islamic State in Egypt claimed responsibility for the downing of a Russian passenger plane that crashed in Egypt's Sinai peninsula on Saturday, the group said in a statement circulated by supporters on Twitter. 
Below is the full statement from a group alleging to speak on behalf of Islamic State, posted on their affiliate site, translated by the Guardian's Jahd Khalil. It offers no evidence that the group brought down the plane, apart from their word.

Breaking: Downing of Russian airplane, killing of more than 220 Russian crusaders on board.

Soldiers of the Caliphate were able to bring down a Russian plane above Sinai Province with at least 220 Russian crusaders aboard.

They were all killed, praise be to God. O Russians, you and your allies take note that you are not safe in Muslims lands or their skies.

The killing of dozens daily in Syria with bombs from your planes will bring woe to you. Just as you are killing others, you too will be killed, God willing.

An analyst with the Center for American Progress, Mokhtar Awad, told the Guardian that the Islamic State’s claim of responsibility "is quite vague.

“It doesn’t state how they were able to ‘down’ the plane allegedly. Even the most sophisticated of portable surface-to-air missiles cannot reach that high an altitude and are only a threat during periods of take-off or landing, but the plane had already climbed to its target altitude (from what we know thus far) when it began to likely experience technical failures.

The local affiliate, Wilayat Sinai, has been under some pressure over the past few months and may have jumped the gun on taking credit. Although there isn’t a precedent for such a spectacular lie about something they claim to have done, Islamic State itself has recently been embellishing more and more. For instance it claimed that the recent prison raid by Kurdish and US special forces were a total failure, when in fact video evidence surfaced showed them freeing the hostages. So this may be an instance of the rooster taking credit for the dawn.”

Of course, it could simply have been a bomb planted on the plane and set to explade after 20 minutes of flight time.

However, to corroborate their claim, ISIS has allegedly released this shocking video showing what appears to be a mid-air bomb explosion.

Whether or not the video is real or staged like many of ISIS' previous "made in Hollywood" productions, is currently unknown.
Of course, is the same ISIS which a recently leaked CIA report revealed as being created by the CIA as a "tool" to overthrow Syria's Assad.
In other words, a proxy organization of US "shadow government destabilizing operations", trained in U.S. ally Turkey, and openly funded by both U.S. allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar, just took down a Russian plane.
The question now is did ISIS use a US-made surface-to-air missile to start what may be a very unpleasant war.
Also, does Russia get a carte blanche to begin attacks on ISIS in Egypt now, the same Egypt which recently "purchased" the two Mistral ships made by France, which were meant to be bought by Russia in a deal that was scrapped in the last minute due to NATO intervention?
One thing is clear: if the Russian population had any qualms about continuing the campaign in Syria, they were just eliminated in perpetuity.

Amaq agency for ISIS claimed that ISIS downed the Russian airliner and produced two videos that show footage of a downed civilian aircraft:

Officials say that the plane crashed due to technical difficulty and here ISIS says they downed the civilian jet killing all on board.
So which source do we believe in this case: the media or ISIS? Well, Fox news reveals that the official news is mired in contradictions:
Ayman al-Muqadem, an Egyptian official with the government’s Aviation Incidents Committee, said the plane’s pilot, before losing contact, had radioed that the aircraft was experiencing technical problems and that he intended to try and land at the nearest airport. The aircraft crashed at a site near the el-Arish airport, he said.

Fox then says: “It was not immediately possible to independently confirm that technical problems caused the plane to crash.” And then a complete contradiction:
Earlier, al-Muqadem told local media that the plane had briefly lost contact but was safely in Turkish airspace.

The reported news is mired with contradictions and there is no confirmation of a technical difficulty and we know that it did not reach “Turkish airspace”. So these reports cannot be confirmed or be completely trusted at this point until the investigations are complete.

Then we have Russia’s transport minister claiming that MANPAD stinger missiles are not within range to bring down an airliner that was flying at 31000 feet since MANPADS have maximum reach of 15000 feet.
However, the surprise comes when an SA-8 GECKO was used to down a cargo plane around Damascus by Syrian rebels last year which is highly mobile and has the range of 40,000 feet, well within distance of the reported height (36,000 ft). One example can be seen here:

Then we have the eyewitness account which do seem to corroborate the ISIS reported footage. A website called Flightradar24, which tracks air traffic around the globe, said the plane had been descending at a rate of 6,000 feet per minute just before it disappeared from radar. Eyewitnesses reported one engine on fire as it went down, according to a report in Masry Al-Youm, an Egyptian newspaper.

Whether or not the videos are real or staged productions is currently unknown but heat seeking missiles usually hit one engine which leaves only 30% chance of landing safely. The footage can be legitimate and ISIS does infest the Sinai which makes their report plausible, especially when we see the official reporting contradictory including the claims that terrorists only have simple low range stingers is no longer the case as evidence reveals.

U.S. Invasion Of Syria Begins

US Invasion of Syria Begins

[This one should be read in full, as seen below]

As previously warned about in June of 2015, the United States has announced that it will officially begin ground operations in Syria through the use of special forces. The Washington Post in its article, “Obama seeks to intensify operations in Syria with Special Ops troops,”would report that:
President Obama is sending a small number of Special Operations troops to northern Syria, marking the first full-time deployment of U.S. forces to the chaotic country. 
The mission marks a major shift for Obama, whose determination to defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria has been balanced by an abiding worry that U.S. troops not be pulled too deeply into the in­trac­table Syrian conflict. 

The latest deployment will involve fewer than 50 Special Operations advisers, who will work with resistance forces battling the Islamic State in northern Syria but will not engage in direct combat, Obama administration officials said.

Admission of Special Forces in Syria is Just the Beginning 

While the US claims this move is to “defeat the Islamic State (ISIS),” it is instead clearly a move to establish long-sought “buffer zones” or “safe zones” in Syria where the Syrian government can no longer operate. US airpower will also undoubtedly be used to cover these special forces, creating a defacto no-fly-zone wherever they operate.

The map accompanying the Washington Post article clearly shows ISIS territory straddling the last remaining supply corridor being used to supply the terror group as well as others including Al Qaeda’s al Nusra Front from NATO-member Turkey’s territory. US special forces will likely begin operating in these areas, and zones carved out as US operations expand.

The eventual outcome, if these operations are successful, will be the division and destruction of Syria as a nation-state. This is more than mere speculation – this is a conclusion drawn by signed and dated policy papers produced by the Brookings Institution, who has called for such zones since as early as 2012, but under different contrived pretexts.

In the March 2012 Brookings Institution”Middle East Memo #21″ “Assessing Options for Regime Change” it is stated specifically (emphasis added):
An alternative is for diplomatic efforts to focus first on how to end the violence and how to gain humanitarian access, as is being done under Annan’s leadership. This may lead to the creation of safe-havens and humanitarian corridors, which would have to be backed by limited military power. This would, of course, fall short of U.S. goals for Syria and could preserve Asad in power. From that starting point, however, it is possible that a broad coalition with the appropriate international mandate could add further coercive action to its efforts.

More recently, in a June 2015 Brookings document literally titled, “Deconstructing Syria: A new strategy for America’s most hopeless war,” it is stated that (emphasis added):

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 the presence of special forces as well. The approach would benefit from Syria’s open desert terrain which could allow creation of buffer zones that could be monitored for possible signs of enemy attack through a combination of technologies, patrols, and other methods that outside special forces could help Syrian local fighters set up.

Were Assad foolish enough to challenge these zones, even if he somehow forced the withdrawal of the outside special forces, he would be likely to lose his air power in ensuing retaliatory strikes by outside forces, depriving his military of one of its few advantages over ISIL.Thus, he would be unlikely to do this.

Unfortunately for US policymakers, it is no longer only Syria that US special forces and accompanying airpower must worry about. Russia, by invitation of Damascus, is now operating militarily across Syria, including along Turkey’s border where the US has long sought to establish its “safe zones.”

The US has openly committed to the invasion and occupation of Syrian territory. It does so with the intent of carving Syria up into a series of dysfunctional, weak zones to literally “deconstruct” Syria as a functioning nation-state. It is doing this unable to cite any credible threat Syria poses to US national security and without any semblance of a mandate granted by the United Nations. It also does so with the prospect of triggering direct war with nuclear-armed Russia in a region Russia is operating legally.

America’s latest actions are a desperate move sought by an increasingly hysterical political and corporate-financier establishment in Washington and on Wall Street. Recent hearings conducted by the US Senate Committee on Armed Services have struggled to produce a credible response to America’s unraveling criminal conspiracy aimed at Syria, particularly in the wake of Russia’s recent intervention. The committee and witnesses brought before it, have struggled to formulate a response – however – no-fly-zones and US troops on the ground have been discussed at length.

It is a poorly calculated bluff. The presence of US special forces and US airpower operating illegally in and above Syria, meant to deny Syria access to its own territory will take time to implement. The official number of US special forces being sent into Syria is said to not exceed 50. Syria and its allies could insert an equal or larger number of forces into these same areas to essentially create a “safe zone” from “safe zones.” Bringing America’s illegal actions before the UN would also be a sound measure ahead of potential confrontations with US forces operating uninvited in Syria.

The premise that ISIS must be fought and defeated by striking them in Iraq and Syria is betrayed by America’s own admission that the organization has already spread far beyond the borders of either nation. ISIS is clearly not supporting itself on the limited resources found within either country. Were the US truly interested in stopping ISIS, it would strike at its sponsors in Ankara and Riyadh. Of course, it was clear, well over a year ago, that the appearance of ISIS would be used intentionally to accomplish US geopolitical objectives in both Syria and Iraq, serving as a pretext for wider, long-sought after direct Western military intervention.

The myth that dividing and destroying Syria while deposing its sitting government will somehow alleviate the violence in Syria and reduce the ongoing migrant crisis Europe faces, is betrayed by the fact that a similar premise used to sell intervention in Libya has only led to greater chaos in North Africa, and the creation of the migrant crisis in the first place.

If the world, including Europe, seeks to prevent the spread of ISIS and the expansion of an already growing migrant crisis, stopping the United States and its partners before they create another “Libya” in the Levant must become top priority. And while it is unlikely that Europe will show any resolve in doing so, it would be hoped that Syria and its allies realize the consequences of failing now, at this juncture, and to whom’s borders the chaos will attempt to cross over into next.

The Western demand that Syria's Assad must step down is irresponsible and has resulted in millions of refugees, UN chief Ban Ki-moon said.

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon condemned Western countries' demand that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad step down before any resolution to the Syrian conflict can be made, in an interview to Spanish newspapers published on Saturday.
Ban came out in support of the Russian position to solve the Syrian crisis, in which Assad's future is determined in elections. Ban also noted that stalling by Western countries, which insist that Assad cannot be part of the transition process or future election, has led to hundreds of thousands of deaths and millions of refugees due to delays in negotiations.
"The future of President Assad must be decided by the Syrian people. It is totally unfair and unreasonable one person takes the whole political negotiation process hostage," Ban told El Mundo.

The US softened its stance on Assad remaining in power through the transitional period briefly before the negotiations. It does maintain that Assad cannot take part in elections afterwards as a precondition to further negotiations.

"The Syrian government insists that President Assad should be part of [the transitional government]; many countries, particularly the West, say that there is no place for him <…> Because of this we have lost three years, with more than 250,000 dead, more than 13 million people, over half of the population, is displaced inside Syria in urgent need of humanitarian aid, more than 50% of hospitals, schools and infrastructure have been destroyed," Ban said.

Lebanese media outlet said Saturday that Israel Air Force warplanes have attacked a weapons convoy in Syria that was headed for the Lebanon-based militant group Hezbollah.

According to the report, six jets carried out the strike over the Qalamoun Mountains region of western Syria.

Israel’s defense establishment declined to comment on the report, Channel 10 television said.

The Jewish state has reportedly carried out several strikes on Syrian arms convoys destined for Hezbollah, although it routinely refuses to confirm such operations. It has, however, warned that it will not permit the Lebanon-based group to obtain what it calls “game-changing” advanced weaponry.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last month after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow that Israel and Russia have agreed on a mechanism to avoid military confrontations between the two countries in Syria.

Russia, a key ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad, is in the midst of a military operation in the war-torn country, ostensibly to fight Islamic State militants who have seized huge swathes of territory. Critics however, claim that Russian airstrikes are targeting not only the fundamentalist group, but also Western-backed opposition groups who are seeking Assad’s ouster.

“My goal was to prevent misunderstandings between IDF forces and Russian forces. We have established a mechanism to prevent such misunderstandings. This is very important for Israel’s security,” Netanyahu told Israeli reporters during a telephone briefing from the Russian capital.

Netanyahu said that he told Putin in “no uncertain terms” that Israel will not tolerate Tehran’s efforts to arm Israel’s enemies in the region, and that Jerusalem has taken and will continue to take action against any such attempts. “This is our right and also our duty. There were no objections to our rights and to what I said. On the contrary: there was readiness to make sure that whatever Russia’s intentions for Syria, Russia will not be a partner in extreme actions by Iran against us.”
Ahead of their meeting, as they made statements to the press, Netanyahu told Putin that Iran and Syria have been arming Hezbollah with advanced weapons, thousands of which are directed at Israeli cities. He also told his Russian host that Israel’s policy is to prevent these weapons transfers “and to prevent the creation of a terrorist front and attacks on us from the Golan Heights.”

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Friday, October 30, 2015

Putin: Anthropogenic Climate Change Is A Geostrategic Weapon

Putin: Anthropogenic Climate Change is a Geostrategic Weapon

Russian President Vladimir Putin says global warming is being used as an economic weapon against his country.
He characterized climate change as a “fraud” used to prevent Russia from tapping its vast oil and natural gas reserves.
Greenpeace claims 85 percent of CO2 equivalent emissions in Russia come from its energy industry.
According to a political analyst Stanislav Belkovsky, Putin believes “there is no global warming, that this is a fraud to restrain the industrial development of several countries, including Russia.”
“We found that, while climate change does exist, it is cyclical, and the anthropogenic role is very limited,” Andrey Illarionov, Putin’s senior economic adviser in the early 2000s, told The New York Times. “It became clear that the climate is a complicated system and that, so far, the evidence presented for the need to ‘fight’ global warming was rather unfounded.”
In September Putin’s top adviser on global warming dismissed criticism of Russia by Climate Action Tracker, a group of climate research groups linked to the United Nations and the World Wildlife Fund, a Rockefeller funded NGO. The group said Russia has a worse record of carbon emissions than China, the United States and the European Union.

Greenpeace and the World Wildlife Fund have complained Russia does not consult them on its climate policies.
“It is their opinion, it does not reflect anything and is not objective,” said Alexander Bedritsky.
Bedritsky made the remark on the sidelines of a Moscow meeting of the United Nations’ International Panel on Climate Change.
“They can say whatever they want, but our commitments are based on around 70 scenarios of how the climate system will be developing.”

China Warns U.S., Berlin Ready To Restore Ties With Russia, Soft Tyranny Hardening

China warns US against ‘minor’ incidents that could ‘spark war’

China has issued its strongest warning yet to the US over an incident during which a US destroyer sailed within territorial waters of China’s man-made islands in the South China Sea, claiming that US faces running the risk of “a minor incident that sparks war.”
On Tuesday, the Aegis destroyer USS Lassen entered within 12 nautical miles of Subi Reef, an undersea cliff in the South China Sea, which Beijing turned into an artificial island. The destroyer was reportedly traveling with a Navy surveillance airplane near the contested Spratly Islands. China views the man-made creation as part of its territory and claims territorial sovereignty over the waters surrounding it.
Addressing the issue of US intrusion on Thursday in a video teleconference, Admiral Wu Shengli warned the chief of US naval operations Admiral John Richardson to refrain from further “provocative acts”.
“If the United States continues with these kinds of dangerous, provocative acts, there could well be a seriously pressing situation between frontline forces from both sides on the sea and in the air, or even a minor incident that sparks war,” Wu said, according to a Chinese naval statement.
Following the incident Beijing had summoned the American ambassador to protest the “provocative” maneuver that according to China’s foreign ministry placed personnel and infrastructure on the island in jeopardy. Close to 200 Chinese troops are believed to be stationed at Subi reef. The reef is also claimed by Taiwan, Vietnam and the Philippines.

War News – As the Obama administration announces there will be boots on the ground in SyriaRussia issues a dire warning of “unpredictable consequences” to what they consider an “illegal, big mistake,”  while at the same time China is issuing their own warnings over America’s US warship near disputed islands in the South China Sea, stating it is a “threat to China’s sovereignty” and Chinese state media outlet the Global Times stating that Beijing should now “prepare for the worst” and that Beijing “is not frightened to fight a war with the US in the region. (Source)
Tensions continue to rise between the U.S. and Russia and yet more “incidents” threaten to spark the powder keg into all out war.

Nuclear News – With the recent headlines and warnings of a slow-burning fire less than a quarter of a mile away from 8,700 tons of radioactive barium sulfate in St. Louis, which is the location of nuclear waste left over from the federal government’s Manhattan Project, a program that developed nuclear weapons, which has residents concerned and officials in a scramble.


A look at history, namely Chernobyl and Fukushima shows the incredible dangers of a nuclear disaster, only this one is in America’s backyard.

Economic News– While the U.S. government hails an “official” unemployment rate of 5.1 percent, they downplay the fact that thre are more children and families living in poverty in the U.S. than there were during the recession. They also downplay the fact that the 5.1 percent is not due to more people working, but that  a record breaking 93,626,000 Americans are no long even part of the work force, hitting a 38 year low,  despite being in good health and capable of working.

The retail industry is in shambles with hundreds upon hundreds of stores closing, downsizing or going bankrupt, the U.S. dollars reign as world reserve currency is approaching an end according the historical data averaging of how long any currency holds that status, exports are down with Dr. Jim Willie asserting that we are facing a monthly $50 billion trade deficit…. and despite all of that, the mainstream media continues to tell the hapless that we are in a “recovery.”

Berlin is ready to restore its relationship with Russia, clearly understanding that it would “create friction” with Washington, which, in turn, will use all its influence over Eastern European states to restrain the rapprochement of the two. But for now, Germany is only “testing the waters” before its final decision, according to Stratfor.

Berlin is “testing the waters before making a decision on the future of Germany's relationship with Russia,” according to an article published on the website of an American intelligence agency Stratfor (also known as Strategic Forecasting and widely known as the  "shadow CIA") following the meeting between President Putin and German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel in Moscow on Wednesday.

“Germany sent a signal Wednesday that it is rethinking its relationship with Russia, when Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow,” the article says.

“Berlin is looking for ways to modify or even lift the current punitive measures against Moscow. However, such a decision would probably create friction between Germany and most Central and Eastern European countries, which means that Berlin is still not ready for a formal change of direction,” it adds.

The author then gives his reasons why Russia and Germany might be of some interest to each other.

Russia is only Germany's 13th most important exports destination, he reasons, but at a time when Europe's economic recovery is still fragile and China's growth is slowing, Berlin probably thinks it needs to diversify its exports as much as possible.

“The EU sanctions against Moscow make exporting goods to Russia complicated. In addition, Germany and Russia had planned to increase trade before the crisis, with talks for trains, chemical plants and other projects on the table.”

“Germany is also interested in improving its ties with Russia for energy,” the article says, going into some detail.

“Germany is the largest consumer of Russian natural gas. This fact forces Berlin to make sure that German and Russian energy companies continue to cooperate. It also forces Berlin to balance between containing Moscow's influence in Central and Eastern Europe and making sure Russia continues to sell natural gas at affordable prices.”

Another reason, the article says, is that Germany sees Russia as a “key player in solving the crisis in Syria, which is directly linked to the increased arrival of asylum seekers in Europe.”

Besides, it says, “Germany has been softer than other Western European countries and the United States when it comes to discussing the future of Syrian President Bashar al Assad's government and the Syrian conflict.”
The above echoes a recent discourse of Ian Bremmer, TIME editor-at-large and the president of the Eurasia Group, who said that Europeans “have got sick of anti-Russian sanctions.”
The reason why Russia, in turn, is interested in Germany, Stratfor says, is that “the Kremlin has been actively lobbying many European countries, such as Italy and France, to ease sanctions — though Moscow knows that Germany is the key to unlocking the sanctions."

It seems that the majority of the Christian world are celebrating the Russian victory over ‘moderate rebels’ – pardon me, over US ‘assets’ – in Syria, as Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski beautifully put it. In Russia, they have even begun wearing t-shirts with pictures of the bombing of ‘assets’. Meanwhile, a kind of war on selfies taken on the battlefield between Russia and the ISIS has been launched on the Internet. In the Middle East, Russia is doing everything it can to help ‘moderate rebels’ meet their destiny and maker more quickly.

ISIS has so far excelled in public intimidation by publishing videos on the Internet, in which they usually cut off someone’s head. Now, Russians have started publishing online recordings, mostly of air raids with lots of the explosions which hit the ISIS centre. The world is beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel – at least when it comes to Christians.

Putin has no other way out, but to defend his territory against US ‘assets’ which, in the case of the fall of Syria, would strengthen the anti-Russian campaign in Chechnya and Dagestan. His successes in the Middle East also help him to win over public opinion, something evidenced in one of Jean-Claude Juncker’s most recent speeches:

In an audio message posted on YouTube, Mohammad al-Golani, the leader of the al-Nusra Front (which happens to be one of the US ‘assets’), described the Russian intervention in Syria as “a new Christian crusade from the East… The war in Syria will help the Russians forget about the horror of their war in Afghanistan.”

Even Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, the father of these ‘assets’, stood up for them, threatening that if Russia will not stop wiping them out, the US will have to attack Russia. In other words, according to Dr Kevin Barrett: “It’s quite unimaginable that anyone could imagine America taking revenge on Russia for its attacks on al-Qaeda, but this is exactly what Brzezinski said,”

So who is the terrorist now, ‘asset’ or ‘moderate terrorist’? It is clear that the terrorists will not fight against each other, they will even not allow anyone else to do it. The only thing they can try to do is create another anti-terrorist ‘coalition’ against ISIS, which, just as before, will make ISIS stronger and provide them with the resources to expand areas under their control.

In just a few days of bombing, Russia managed to achieve in Syria what the so-called ‘antiterrorist coalition’ could not do in a year. The Russian raids also prevented the development of a situation similar to the one in Afghanistan, where the Americans, ‘fighting’ to eradicate the cultivation of heroin, increased drug production forty-two-fold. Are there some similarities here with the American struggle with ISIS? The US and its ‘assets’ were finally quite embarrassingly exposed.

In an interview published on the 8th of October by the UN News Centre, Peter Sutherland (a member of the Bilderberg Group), Special Representative of the UN Secretary General on international migration, said: “I will ask governments to work together to recognize that sovereignty is an illusion, that sovereignty is an absolute illusion that needs to be criticized. Days of hiding behind borders and walls are long gone. We must work together and cooperate to make the world a better place. Which means the abandonment of some old ideas from history, memories and images of our own countries and the recognition that we are a part of humanity.”

As the number of Islamic fundamentalists in Europe grows, they are gradually operating more and more outside of European laws. That’s what we are dealing with now. Islamists solve problems among themselves through their judges, or out on the streets. Rabbi David Bar-Hayim, director of the Machon Shilo iInstitute in Jerusalem, said“Here we are dealing with culture, whole tribes enslaved by their own civilization and religion that encourages people to murder, persecute, displace other people from their homes until the moment when the other party gains an advantage and will do exactly the same thing in relation to their former persecutors. Regardless of where these people are, they will continue their civil war, also in our countries.”

All the time, we are receiving signals that ISIS are planning large scale attacks in Europe. For example, the Parisian judge Marc Trevidic warns that testimonies given by the members of a fragmented terrorist group show that the Islamic State wants to organize series of parallel attacks, probably in the largest shopping malls in France.

In addition, Brzezinski’s Ukrainian ‘assets’ have also become active, already cooperating with its ‘assets’ from the Middle East. Dr. Lucyna KuliƄska, a Polish expert on Ukrainian nationalism, has said that

“Our intelligence noted that ISIS militants are leaving areas under their control. 600 mercenaries left their positions and are trying to get to Europe,” said General Kartapolov. In Syria, among terrorists from ISIS, but also among other organizations, there are many Europeans from the EU. When Putin started to seriously attack them, they went back to Europe. There are at least several thousand of them. They do not need to hide among the refugees – they have real EU passports.

The situation with so-called refugees leads to a revival of new anti –Islamic fundamentalist movement in Europe, such as the Polish “I am a Christian” movement, where members take photos of themselves with guns and then publish those pictures on Facebook.

What will it lead to? Probably to what is going on Germany, in which the police, begin to rebel against the policies of Merkel. Although let us not be under any illusion – the revolution will not be televised.

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