The proxy war in Syria will be going HOT and we will see the next WORLD WAR very soon.
Russia has built up a “substantial” military presence including ground troops in Syria, according to the Nato secretary-general.
Jens Stoltenberg told journalists that Vladimir Putin’s forces have not mainly been targeting Isis, but other opposition groups.
“I will not go into any specific numbers but I can confirm that we have seen the substantial build-up of Russian forces in Syria - air force, air defences but also ground troops in connection with the air base they have,” he continued.
“And we also see increased naval presence of Russian ships and naval capabilities outside Syria or in the eastern part of the Mediterranean.
“So there has been a substantial military build-up by Russia with many different kinds of capabilities and forces, over the last weeks.”
Not since the Cuban Missile Crisis has the world been this close to World War III. The events are leading the superpowers to put their military assets in close proximity to each other. All that is needed is a spark. Willl Assad of Syria become the modern day Arch Duke?
The Continuing Chain of Provacative Events Leading to World War IV
The chain of events are well known: China launches a sell off of it currency causing the dollar to lose value. Four chemical plants in China have been destroyed since that move.
In a show of force, Chinese naval ships entered U.S. territorial waters off of Alaska in September, coming within 12 miles of the coastline, stated multiple defense officials. China has also sailed significant naval assets into the Bay of Bengal in order intimidate India to remain within the sphere of influence of the BRICS of which China is one of two leaders along with Russia.
Russian troops are competing their preparations to arrive in Syria in an attempt to take on the CIA, in which everyone in the know realizes is sponsored by the CIA. According to former Special Operations Forces officer , Scott Bennett, the CIA created ISIS to allow Obama an excuse to boots on the ground in Syria. The plan is working and this is why the Russians are heading Obama off at the pass. Russia will soon have the first super power with boots on the ground in Syria. In the past few days,ISIS forces in the Qadam district of southern Damascus, captured parts of this Syrian district. ISIS is too close to Assad for comfort and as such, the Russians are acting. ALL of my sources feel strongly that this is a likely flash point for the start of World War III.
The crisis in Syria has been a long time coming. It was three years ago, that Obama thought he was going to move into Syria and perpetrating a false flag attack on the rebels using a chemical agent. The world called out Obama and he was forced to use the CIA to create ISIS and make it into the force that it is today. The ISIS beheadings and soon to be terrorism on American soil, are excuses to get the American public to go along with the attacks.
As if it could not get any worse, Russia is mobilizing with its best weaponry around Syria.
Russia is bleeding the Petrodollar dry by leading the BRIC nations in the purchase of Iranian oil for gold. The same situation is emerging in Europe as Russia is on the verge, either by invasion or by proxy control of Ukraine, of controlling a good portion of energy needs to Europe and being able to bypass the Petrodollar as a means of payment for Russian energy shipments into Europe. Further, Russia has just completed a deal which brings China into the Russian energy sphere of influence. This will eventually culminate in the weakening of NATO and the isolation of the United States both economically and militarily. What does Russia want and what will be its eventual goal? Some believe that Russia wants to occupy the United States and perhaps Putin eventually does, but it is not practical at this particular point of time. Economic attrition and military isolation are Putin’s best friends at this time. After all, the US is in possession of over 2,000 nuclear weapons and 72 nuclear armed submarines which are virtually undetectable. Despite the presence of these American deterrents, do not be lulled into a false sense of security, this cold war will soon turn hot.
The unfolding Russia military strategy is following the Russian leaders from the past.
The Russians desire the fleet to grow in support of a new Mediterranean task force created by Russia last year as a move to counter an increase in US naval presence in the Mediterranean. If Ukraine had been allowed to be wooed by Western banksters to join the European Union, Russia’s most important naval force would have been effectively neutered because of the potential loss of Sevastopol as a naval base. The G7 nations may view Putin’s actions in Crimea as being offensive, Putin, no doubt, views the action as a matter of military survival. Again, the Heartland Theory comes into play. The Heartland Theory also came into play during last year’s Syrian crisis as Putin threatened to nuke the United States if it invaded Syria in violation of international law. Syria is critical to the Russians on a number of fronts including the prevalence of Syria’s warm water ports. Syria’s importance to Russia can be condensed to five essential factors:
1. Russia has a naval installation in Syria. The base is vitally important because it is Russia’s last foreign military base outside of the former Soviet Union. Putin is playing a bit of a slight of hand approach by stating they are closing the facility. However, the Russians are maintaining navy technicians and they service their permanent flotilla in the area. This runs in opposition to what the MSM has reported. However, my sources are uniform on this point
2. Russia is moving to further advance the use of the ports at Aleppo and Tartus to facilitate its sea trade.
3. Fortifying Syria provides protection for Iran who is undermining the Petrodollar by selling its oil for gold. This allows Putin to be engaged in an economic war against the dollar and the Federal Reserve.
4. Syria is a military satellite of Russia as Assad continues to buy a high quantity of Russian military exports, which aids the Russian economy.
Make no mistake about it, ISIS is a CIA creation fueled by illegally leaving behind American military equipment in Iraq designed for ISIS use. ISIS mission is twofold. The first goal is to unseat Assad in Syria. But the primary goal is for the West to draw Putin into a military conflict starting in Syria in order to topple Syria and Iran and preserve the Petrodollar. In effect, ISIS is Blackwater (i.e. Academia). And the ISIS beheadings is a psyops designed to inflame the American public into accepting the coming World War III.
Control of Ukraine and its gas shipments through the country are the key to swinging the balance of power on the planet. If Ukraine comes under the complete control of the Russians, energy blackmail and the eventual disintegration of NATO will occur. If Russia moves to take over Ukraine, what options does the United States have? It is not likely that at this point in time that NATO has the ability to keep Russia out of Ukraine in the long term without the use of nuclear weapons.
Where is Russia most vulnerable? The clear answer is in Syria. Syria has both economic and military significance to Russia. If Syria were to fall to the United States, the military and economic loss would be catastrophic, not the least, would be the loss of Syrian ports. Russia’s prudent course of action would be to continue to erode the US economy by its relentless attacks upon the Federal Reserve and the Petrodollar. However I do not foresee the Federal Reserve banksters are going to continue to let this happen as the dollar erodes. Subsequently, when Ukraine falls, Syria and probably Iran will be attacked by the United States. The provocation will likely be a false flag event within the United States in which the Syrians are falsely implicated. Why do you think Obama is bringing so many Syrians into the United States?
Remember the Heartland Theory, it also predict the second front of the coming World War III. Along these lines, Putin will also attack Alaska if the United States attacks Syria. This is how a cold war can turn hot in a hurry. If you do not believe me, just ask the Polish as they have begun mobilizing for war. DHS has continually been practicing for an American martial law. Ask yourself, what do these people know that you do not? Again, I want to caution people to stock up on supplies. If a false flag event does occur, your ability to resupply could be seriously imperiled.
Our military high command believes that World War III will begin in Syria as well when Russia comes to the aid of Assad as his forces are toppled. The United States have diverted no significant military assets from the Middle East since the Ukraine crisis began. Do not take your eyes off of Syria.
World War III will mostly likely begin in Syria and Assad will likely become Archduke Ferdinand.
Is World War IV on the verge of beginning? With President Obama in the role of the reluctant leader whose actions have invited global catastrophe?
As the 100th anniversary of what is known to modern history as World War I is marked, it is perhaps time to recall that once upon a time the “Great War” as it was called in its day was known in the aftermath as “the war to end all wars.” The phrase was associated with President Wilson, who also said the U.S. needed to join the fight in Europe to “make the world safe for democracy.”
It wasn’t the war to end all wars, and most certainly it didn’t make the world safe for democracy. Today the war that raged between August of 1914 until November of 1918 has eternally attached to it the Roman numeral I. By September of 1939 what would become known as World War II was launched. Almost immediately following that war’s conclusion on the decks of the USS Missouri in September of 1945, the Roman numeralless Cold War began. But with repeated hot conflicts from Korea to Vietnam to Afghanistan, with murderous confrontations stretching from Europe to Asia, Africa, Central and South America, a better appelation might be World War III.
What do each of these conflicts have in common? All began with events that were far from American shores, events that went on for years or decades before a trigger-pulling, explosive event that launched the war in question. And in each and every case as events proceeded there was a segment of the American population of the day, sometimes a majority, that looked at what was happening and simply didn’t want to get involved. Believing — always wrongly, as it would turn out — that the events in motion could never involve them if they simply chose to not involve themselves.
But why? Why does a belief that is so repeatedly shown to be wrong — with such devastating consequences — surface time and time again in not just American history but human history in general?
An answer comes from then-Captain Charles de Gaulle, who delivered a series of lectures at Frances’s Ecole Supérieure de Guerre in 1932, at the time a French version of West Point. Said the young de Gaulle, in his lecture series that became known as Le Fil de l’Epée (The Edge of the Sword) discussing the wave of anti-war sentiment that rose after World War I:
Everything in the climate of opinion generated by the outbreak of peace combines to disturb the mind of the professional soldier. The masses, after having been exposed for so long to the horrors of violence, violently react against them. A sort of mystique spreads rapidly which not only calls down curses upon war in general, but leads men to believe that it is an outmoded activity, for no better reason than that they want it to be so, and this fervor breeds its own form of exorcism. The world is noisy with the condemnation of battle, murder and sudden death. To inspire a sense of guilt the visual arts are widely employed to make men familiar with the ravages of war. A vail is drawn over the achievements and heroism of those who did the fighting. No longer is that sense of glory evoked in which, throughout the centuries, nations have found a consolation for their sufferings, but only the memory of blood and tears and death. History is distorted so that the battles of the past shall be forgotten, and the profession of arms attacked root and branch.
But, hope though we may, what reason have we for thinking that passion and self-interest, the root cause of armed conflict in men and in nations, will cease to operate; that anyone will willingly surrender what he has or not try to get what he wants; in short that human nature will ever become something other than it is?… “Laws unsupported by force soon fall into contempt,” said Cardinal de Retz. International agreements will be of little value unless there are troops to prevent their infringement. In whatever direction the world may move, it will never be able to do without the final arbitrament of arms.
One doubts that President Obama ever read Charles de Gaulle. Ronald Reagan’s way of expressing de Gaulle was called “peace through strength.”
Standing there on the South Lawn with the waiting Marine One set to start him out on his Martha’s Vineyard vacation, Obama said of ISIS:
There is no doubt that their advance, their movement over the last several of months has been more rapid than the intelligence estimates and I think the expectation of policy makers both in and outside of Iraq.
With all due respect to both Mr. Obama and the U.S. intelligence community, there should be no mystery about the potency of ISIS. This is a determined army of fighters for Allah, and unless the president is really as self-deluded as he conveys repeatedly, Islamic radicals are not on the run. Aside from throwing the intelligence community under the bus, the naïveté of this amazes. The idea that withdrawing from Iraq would somehow “end the war” was preposterous on its face. De Gaulle won his first fame serving with distinction in World War I, and he understood exactly that what motivated Germany in that war would in fact motivate wars through the end of time. In fact, it was even then motivating the politics of Adolf Hitler, who would become Chancellor of Germany the very next year.
The Obama inability — the unwillingness — to recognize that ISIS and all of radical Islam are about a merciless war of butchery to establish a global caliphate is merely the latest manifestation of an anti-war movement mentality that always lacks what Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls “moral clarity.” Or what de Gaulle called the perpetual belief that “passion and self-interest, the root cause of armed conflict in men and in nations, will cease to operate.”
The question now, it would seem, is not whether there will ever be a World War IV, but if in fact the events leading to this latest cataclysm are not already in motion. Already completely visible and moving. The passion and self-interest of Islamic radicals, the endless embracing of death, whether strapping bombs to their own children or beheading the children of others, is but one sign of what lies ahead.
The trigger for World War I, famously, was the June 28, 1914 assassination of the Archduke Ferdinand and his wife by Gavrilo Princip, the young Bosnian-born Serbian nationalist. There were two triggers that launched World War II. The first being the Nazi invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, the second the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The Cold War arguably was formally launched with the Berlin Blockade on June 24, 1948.
Yet each spasm of horrific violence was preceded by long periods of slowly-building political tension punctuated by episodes of fighting. For World War I this involved, according to historian Laurence Lafore, “the effects of the emerging nations of central and southeastern Europe upon the established Great Powers.” Lafore also lists “the changing balance of military power in Europe, the growing social tensions within European nations, the shrillness of chauvinists and the stridency of a semiliterate press and public, Anglo-German rivalry, Franco-German hostility, Russian expansionism, colonial conflicts, commercial competition,” with all of these tensions bubbling along just under the surface in the decades leading up to 1914. When one other tension — “the conflict between the Habsburg Monarchy and the kingdom of Serbia” — exploded with the assassination of the Archduke that June day, World War I was on.
World War II brought together the simmering demands for vengeance by the defeated Germans, the territorial demands of Japanese nationalists, the 1920s and 1930s filled with demands made and — increasingly — met. And the Cold War was in essence set in motion by the arrival of the Russian Revolution in 1917, producing what Ronald Reagan would decades later call the “Evil Empire.” The Soviet Union dedicated to its own version of global Marxist domination with the slogan of “workers of the world unite” — a determined counter to the capitalistic West.
All of this is merely the history of just the twentieth century, with other centuries littered with wars that took precisely the same pattern.
So why would events in the Middle East today be any different? All the worrying signs are right there to see. For decades America and the West have been the target of Islamic radicals. Long before 9/11, as America went through presidencies from Truman to Clinton the headlines of decades were filled with stories of war between Israel and various Arab nations, the taking of Western hostages, airline hijackings, an attack on the Olympics, embassy bombings and more. Along came 9/11 in the Bush 43 era and the tensions ratcheted up, with Americans launching into Afghanistan and Iraq.
Along with this latter stage has been what one commentator calls the “Islamization of Europe”, with Muslims flooding Britain, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Author Melanie Phillips details the danger in her book Londonistan, the Amazon blurb saying:
The suicide bombings carried out in London in 2005 by British Muslims revealed an enormous fifth column of Islamist terrorists and their sympathizers. Under the noses of British intelligence, London has become the European hub for the promotion, recruitment and financing of Islamic terror and extremism — so much so that it has been mockingly dubbed Londonistan. In this ground-breaking book Melanie Phillips pieces together the story of how Londonistan developed as a result of the collapse of traditional English identity and accommodation of a particularly virulent form of multiculturalism. Londonistan has become a country within the country and not only threatens Britain but its special relationship with the U.S. as well.
Now comes ISIS (ISIL), taking over chunks of Syria and Iraq, ruthlessly beheading anyone they perceive as an enemy — and that includes children. If you have the stomach for it, this link to Catholic Online graphically displays what ISIS does, the photos horrendously gruesome. Over in Israel Hamas has been pounding Israel with thousands of rockets.
Senators Dianne Feinstein and Marco Rubio, both members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, have made it their business to warn of the real danger of an attack on America. Reports Roll Call:
Senate Intelligence Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein warned Friday of the risk that the insurgent group ISIL could be preparing fighters to attack American and European targets.
“It has become clear that ISIL is recruiting fighters in Western countries, training them to fight its battles in the Middle East and possibly returning them to European and American cities to attack us in our backyard,” the California Democrat said in a statement backing military action authorized by President Barack Obama. “We simply cannot allow this to happen.”
We simply cannot allow this to happen. The senator is right. But the combination of a president who has adamantly refused to deal with the reality of Islamic radicals hell bent on a global caliphate — inanely choosing to “blame Bush” for a passionate obsession that has been alive in the Islamic world for centuries long pre-dating America — and combined with a considerable segment of the American people who choose to believe him?
Whatever the response to ISIS it now may in fact be too little too late.
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