Saturday, December 30, 2017

Syria was just a preparation for Ukraine(all coordinated with US/West which now is pushing for Ukraine). Self confidence boost for baboon from Chadan and his companion.

Lets just hope that takeover of Ukraine won't be as bloody and mindless as was in Syria.
Syrian victory in Ukraine
Ukrainian situation(tragedy) is at large fold of Poland. Kaczyński granted himself lots of power and then surrendered one to present neonazi servant Andrzej Duda(same have happened in US with Obama <== and they gladly have given him extra powers and the right to violate law as they knew who will replace him). NATO and Tu-154 crashed near the city of Smolensk didn't do any good to Poland(was used to scapegoat Russia and boost fascism/nazism in Poland which will now thanks to Ukraine skyrocket - no remains of Lech Kaczyński were ever found on the place of the plane crash). German takeover of Poland will be unavoidable(Just happens so that Poland is situated between Germany and Ukraine and remaining portion of Ukraine will cause hysteria in Poland). Poland digged own grave with its politics and it was exactly John McCain/Bush/Trump(those whom Poles have cheered) who have sold both countries to their enemies. 
Both countries betrayed - sold. NATO and EU(Germany) care only about one thing and that is systematic extermination of us Slavs.

Yes, Ukrainian people are Russians(no doubt about that = same DNA), and stated above in respect to West are facts - but should we have baboons praised by Western media handle matters between us Slavs in a way as seen here !!?????


Russian Military Celebrates 'Victory' Over U.S. and West in Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his top generals held an awards ceremony Thursday to honor military personnel returning from Syria, where Moscow claimed to have scored a decisive victory not only against militant groups, but against U.S. and Western interests.

Putin reportedly welcomed more than 600 soldiers and officers in the St. George Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace, thanking them for their service in Syria, where Russia recently declared victory over the Islamic State militant group (ISIS). Russia's 2015 entrance into the war came a year after the U.S. had already begun to scale down efforts to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, an ally of Moscow facing a rebel and jihadi uprising, and had formed its own coalition to bomb ISIS. Russian officials and military leaders, however, have credited their aerial campaign with outpacing U.S.-led efforts to defeat the militants and thwarting Western plots to oust Assad.

"On seeing our Western coalition partners in the air, we always tailed them, as pilots say, which means a victory in real combat," Major Maxim Makolkin said at the event, indicating that the Russian air force had outperformed and outmaneuvered the aircraft of the U.S.-led coalition.
While Russia and the U.S.-led coalition both launched airstrikes against ISIS and affiliates of Al-Qaeda, they backed separate factions on the ground. Shortly after the rebellion against Assad first began in 2011, insurgents received support from the U.S., Turkey and Gulf Arab states. As ISIS spread from Iraq into Syria and jihadi influence fractured rebel ranks, the U.S. increasingly focused on the Syrian Democratic Forces, a mostly Kurdish coalition of Arabs and ethnic minorities formed in 2015 by the Pentagon and tasked with beating ISIS. That same year, Russia intervened at the request of an embattled Assad, allowing his forces to retake most of the country in the years since.

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Under former President Barack Obama, the U.S. was staunchly opposed to Assad, but the current administration has offered conflicting stances toward the Syrian leader, who the U.S. and its allies have long accused of human rights abuses. Before taking office, President Donald Trump was mostly opposed to Obama's assistance to rebel groups, some of which ended up in ISIS hands, and even considered entering into a military partnership with Russia. He later switched his views and went as far as to attack the Syrian military after accusing Assad of a chemical weapons attack in April.

The State Department said earlier this month that, although the U.S. wanted Assad out, this was "up to the Syrian people and the Syrian voters to decide," similar to the Russian stance. Russia joined pro-Assad Iran and pro-opposition Turkey for new peace talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana and committed to Western talks in Geneva; however, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson wrote in an opinion piece published Wednesday by The New York Times that "we are confident that the fulfillment of these talks will produce a Syria that is free of Bashar al-Assad and his family."

In addition to calling the U.S.-led coalition inefficient, Russia also has frequently joined its Syrian and Iranian allies in accusing the West and its allies of actively helping ISIS and other groups Moscow considered to be terrorist organizations. The U.S. has routinely denied and criticized such allegations, but has admitted its local Syrian partners entered into deals with the jihadis and said Thursday it would not target ISIS fighters fleeing the last of their crumbling self-styled caliphate toward Syrian military frontlines. Even after ISIS's defeat, the Pentagon said it would stay in Syria as long as it needs to.

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