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President Poetin heeft “plotseling” besloten om de Russische troepen terug te trekken uit Syrië. Wat een verrassing! Maar als Poetin iets zegt, dan voegt hij de daad bij het woord. Toen de Russen eind september 2015 ingrepen in de “burgeroorlog” van de VS, de NATO, Turkije, Saoedi Arabië en nog wat boevenstaten tegen Syrië, zei Poetin dat deze operatie slechts drie of vier maanden zou duren. Het is wat uitgelopen, misschien omdat de Turken een Russisch vliegtuig uit de lucht schoten, maar nu de Russen zich terugtrekken om de vredesbesprekingen een kans te geven, staat heel het vrije wilde westen voor schut perplex!

Zelf mag ik dat wel: een man die doet wat hij zegt. Dat komt betrouwbaarder over dan een president met een Nobelprijs voor de Vrede die met drones zijn “vijanden” vermoordt in “bevriende” landen en de 90% burgerslachtoffers die daarbij vallen niet telt. De Russen vertrekken echter niet helemaal uit Syrië, ze blijven ISIS bestrijden.

International Military Review – Syria, Mar. 16, 2016 (Arab, Ger Subs)

De reacties van de westerse politici zijn op zijn zachtst gezegd komisch. Minister Koenders riep meteen: Eerst zien en dan pas geloven! Maar Poetin had het nog niet gezegd, of de Russen vertrokken! Nu vraagt men zich in het vrije wilde westen verbijsterd af, welke boze bedoelingen die vreselijke Poetin daarmee zou kunnen hebben. Ze verzinnen van alles…

Syria: Things They Just Made Up
By Kit
March 17, 2016 “Information Clearing House” – “Off Guardian”-

The Western MSM are all a flutter: Russia are pulling out of Syria (sort of). They can’t quite decide if it’s a victory, or a defeat. They don’t know if it’s because they ran out of money, are giving up, or it’s all a big lie – but they all agree on two things: 1) Russia have not achieved anything and 2) This is a massive a surprise.

Such a surprise that Putin announced the plan five months ago, in a story printed in the Telegraph. This is what the Western world has come to, I suppose, if a politician SAYS he’s going to do something and then actually DOES IT, this is… surprising. How sad.

The Guardian are firmly of the belief that this is “A Bad Thing” – in fact they are so against Russia leaving Syria, that one almost forgets they were just as strongly against Russia entering Syria in the first place. Because Russia and reasons.

Western media blame Putin for weaponizing peace

De waarheid is altijd simpel en ongepolijst, zij heeft geen drogredenen nodig. Rusland trekt zijn troepen terug, omdat het doel bereikt is. ISIS is vrijwel verslagen, de aanvoerroutes vanuit Turkije liggen stil en het Syrisch Arabische leger kan de rest zelf. Belangrijker dan de Russische militaire oplossing is de Russische diplomatie. Maar volgens de westerse pers heeft Rusland de strijd verloren!

Russia’s Military Aims Achieved, Putin Switches to Diplomacy

By Paul Craig Roberts

March 17, 2016 “Information Clearing House” –

American presstitutes, such as the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, expressed surprise at Russia’s support for the Syrian ceasefire, which Russia has been seeking, by Putin’s halt to attacks on the Islamic State and a partial withdrawal of Russian forces. The American presstitutes are captives of their own propaganda and are now surprised at the failure of their propagandistic predictions.

Having stripped the Islamic State of offensive capability and liberated Syria from the Washington-supported terrorists, Putin has now shifted to diplomacy. If peace fails in Syria, the failure cannot be blamed on Russia.

It is a big risk for Putin to trust the neocon-infested US government, but if ISIS renews the conflict with support from Washington, Putin’s retention of air and naval bases in Syria will allow Russia to resume military operations. Astute observers such as Professor Michel Chossudovsky at Global Research, Stephen Cohen, and The Saker have noted that the Russian withdrawal is really a time-out during which Putin’s diplomacy takes the place of Russian military capability.

Putin Pulling Troops out on Eve of Geneva Talks

The second round of the Geneva Syria talks will go down in history as having been pushed out of the news with Putin’s Monday surprise. He ordered the withdrawal of Russia’s main forces, which had been sent into Syria to counter the Western and Gulf State backed terror campaign.

And here we are five months later with 9000 sorties; over 10,000 sq kms, with 400 towns and communities liberated, and a successful ceasefire that nobody but the Russians saw as possible. John McCain reminded us today that Obama had once defended his “inaction” on opposing Russia’s involvement in Syria by arguing that Russia would “find itself in a quagmire”.

The official Russian statements make clear that Putin felt the main objectives had been achieved; and now was the time to bow out on the eve of the second Geneva talks, putting his actions where his mouth was in terms of the claim that “Syrians must decide their future”; and to eliminate any diversionary charges that the Russian combat forces were remaining in Syria to influence events.

I think we can safely assume that all the advisers and technical support teams assisting the Syrian Army will also be staying, along with the weapons shipments brought in to fuel the anti-terror campaign, the real one that really worked. I say that in response to the cheap comment from the White House today on the withdrawal news, “We will have to see exactly what Russia’s intentions are,” said spokesman Josh Earnest.

SyrianGirl explains Russia’s withdrawal from Syria

Luke Rudkowski van We are Change kijkt verder dan alleen Syrië en het Midden Oosten. Ook in Zuid Oost Azië dreigt de VS met militair ingrijpen, zogenaamd tegen Noord Korea, maar in feite wordt zowel China als Rusland dan een gemakkelijk doelwit.

The Real Reason For Russia’s Withdrawal From Syria duurt 7 minuten.

Current Escalations in the South China Sea

Terug naar Syrië en de nieuwe vredesbesprekingen in Genève. Ook de Syrische Koerden willen worden uitgenodigd, dit tot ongenoegen van de Turkse Sultan Erdogan! Zij hebben echter de diplomatieke steun van Rusland. De vraag is nu hoe de besprekingen in Genève gaan verlopen.

Kurdish-controlled autonomous areas in Syria expected to declare federal system

Geneva Will See Syrian Kurds

Despite Turkey’s clearly hostile and unyielding position on the participation of Syrian Kurds in the Geneva talks dedicated to the settlement of the Syrian conflict, the Kurds will most likely be a qualified party to the negotiating process after all. Two factors contributed to the favorable development of the situation. A successful participation of the Kurdish militiamen in the struggle against radical Islamist groups, and a consistent and firm position of Russia on this issue.

The Russian side maintains an opinion that there should be as many representatives of Syrian political, public, ethnic and religious groups participating in the Geneva talks, as possible. If interests of some group are not accounted for at the time of negotiations, the peace process can be crippled or worse—ruined. Sergey Lavrov, Head of the Russian foreign policy department, thinks that Kurds might secede from Syria if they are not allowed to participate in the inter-Syrian negotiations. It seems that UN respects Russia’s stance on the issue of the Kurdish minority in Syria. Staffan de Mistura, the UN’s special envoy, said that the world organization is seeking to find ways to engage the Kurds in the peace talks.

The Kurds represent the second largest ethnic group (about three million people) residing in Syria. They chose not to participate in the civil war and still maintain their neutrality. Kurdish leaders stress that they neither seek independence nor support a dissolution of Syria. What they want is for their ethnic rights and freedoms to be set out in the country’s new constitution. The Kurds also confirm their commitment to cooperation with any Damascus authorities as long as they acknowledge the equality of rights. In addition, the Kurds propose to be a mediator or observer in the settlement of the intra-Arab conflict. They believe that they geographic location—half-way from the current state administration and from the forces of the opposition—would render them to be the best choice for this role.

Russia urges probe of abuse against Kurds in Turkey

Syrian Kurds Risk Their Gains With New Federalization Demands

By Moon Of Alabama

March 17, 2016 “Information Clearing House” – “Moon Of Alabama”-

Everyone seems to agree that the recent Russian surprise move in Syria is to its advantage. The Russian government declared that it had achieved most of its aims in Syria and decided to continue its operations there with a smaller forces. As the current ceasefire seem to hold the necessity of further air attacks is much diminished. About half of its planes in Syria were ordered to fly back home. Significant forces will stay deployed and the planes could be back within 24 hours should the need arise.

It would be out of character for Washington to just let go and to let Russia win the cause. That is why I suspect that the U.S. somehow arranged the following scheme.

The Syrian Kurds have no place at the table in Geneva. Russia has pushed for their inclusion but failed. Still the Kurds are in a decent position. They have military support from the U.S. as well as Russia and the Syrian government has agreed to give them some form of autonomy.

It would have been smart of the Kurds, led by the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), to bag these achievements and to stay out of the way of the further process. The Russians can be trusted to take care of the Kurdish interests in Geneva. But in typical Kurdish fashion they try to go for more and overreach:

Tot slot voor de liefhebbers:

CrossTalk on Syria :’Russia’s Success’ duurt 24 minuten.

Gepubliceerd op 16 mrt. 2016

Vladimir Putin’s announcement that he was ordering the withdrawal of military assets from Syria was just as surprising as when he informed the world of Russia’s intention to intervene months ago. Even some of Putin’s harshest critics at home and aboard admit Russia’s military mission has been a success. But will it be enough to win a lasting peace for a sovereign Syria?
CrossTalking with Marcus Papadopoulos, James Jatras, and Earl Rasmussen.

Op Stop de Bankiers staat ook een prima artikel:
Rusland heeft er genoeg van

Waar willen de Europese landen en hun ‘Five Eyes‘-kornuiten in de Angelsaksische, Atlantische wereld teruggevonden worden in de geschiedenisboekjes? Aan de kant van totalitaire, oorlogszuchtige landen, geleid door incompetente, megalomane neo-fascisten, extreem-nationalisten en lieden die dromen van een Kalifaat? Of aan de kant van de handels-naties, die niet elke stuiver opmaken aan dingen die ‘BOEM!‘ zeggen, maar liever investeren in projecten die de welvaart van de bevolking in hun respectievelijke landen verhoogt? En dan maar wat minder voor de wapenfabrikanten.

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15 Reacties op “Rusland trekt troepen terug uit Syrië”

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    Kurdish-controlled areas declare federation in Syria’s north – media reports

    Kurdish-controlled areas in Syria have declared a federal region in the north, according to officials cited by AFP and a Reuters witness.

    Idris Nassan, an official in the foreign affairs directorate of Kobani, said on Wednesday that the Kurdish-controlled areas will reportedly be named the Federation of Northern Syria, and will represent all ethnic groups living there.

    Speaking to RT Arabic, Nassan said that the proposal of federation has existed since the start of the Syrian conflict in 2011.

    Putin: Russia may deploy forces back to Syria ‘in mere hours’ if necessary

    While Russia is withdrawing most of its forces from Syria, they could be deployed there again in a matter of hours if such a need arises, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated. He added that the Russian bases in Syria are well-protected.

    “Of course, if such a need arises, Russia can, in several hours, build up its forces in Syria to a size capable of dealing with an escalating situation and use the entire range of means at its disposal,” Putin said.

    “We wouldn’t like that. A military escalation is not our choice. We hope the parties involved would show common sense and that both the government and the opposition will stick to the peace process,” he added.

  • Drentse Fryske:

    Een poosje terug heb ik samen met mijn man een video bekeken over Putin, over hoe hij opgegroeid is, wat hij opgebouwd heeft (de oligarchen -?- schrijf ik dat goed ? 😉 ) te laten tekenen om fabrieken weer op gang te krijgen, enz. enz. ‘k Geloof dat ik hélemaal niet zo’n slecht beeld van ‘m heb gekregen… Vroeger werd je altijd voorgehouden; ‘de Russische beer’? nou, dat was niet best ! Poosje terug waren er flinke spanningen ten tijde van dat Russische vliegtuig wat neergeschoten was, wel of net niet boven Turkse grond. Toen heb ik gezegd ’t is maar goed dat die man (Putin) zo rustig blijft want anders’… ? ‘k Geloof dat ik daarnaast Amerika (en consorts) aardig begin te doorzien. Er spelen zó veel belangen, olie-pijpleidingen-dollars, af en toe wordt je er ‘eng’ van ! Mijn vader zei vroeger ‘de wereld is goed maar de mensen konden beter’.

  • Hendrik:

    Hier nog een Boek over de oorlog tegen Poetin.

    http://www.tomatobubble.com/putin_book.html

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    Enige artikelen:
    Putin’s Syrian strategy: Not following playbook of American exceptionalism

    Is There a US-Russia Grand Bargain in Syria?

    By Pepe Escobar

    March 19, 2016 “Information Clearing House” – “Sputnik”-

    It’s spy thriller stuff; no one is talking. But there are indications Russia would not announce a partial withdrawal from Syria right before the Geneva negotiations ramp up unless a grand bargain with Washington had been struck.

    Some sort of bargain is in play, of which we still don’t know the details; that’s what the CIA itself is basically saying through their multiple US Think Tankland mouthpieces. And that’s the real meaning hidden under a carefully timed Barack Obama interview that, although inviting suspension of disbelief, reads like a major policy change document.

    The Syria Gambit – Geneva ‘Peace Talks’ and Russia’s “Pullout”

    By Peter Koenig

    “The Russian Air Force tracked and targeted a long column of terrorists crossing Turkish border to join their comrades in Northern and Northwestern battlefields in Syria.”

    “The terrorists, that were mainly Turkmen, were caught by the Russian Air Force’s reconnaissance planes attempting to enter the Lattakia province from one of the Turkish border-crossings near Yayladagi.”

    “Upon the entry of Jeish al-Turkmen and al-Nusra Front into Syria, the Russian air fleet struck their convoy of vehicles in the Furniluk Forests, ending in the rebel fighters scattering around the border in order to evade the powerful aerial assault.”

    “When the Russian warplanes backed off, the Syrian Air Force launched their own airstrikes over the Furniluk Forests, keeping up the pressure on the trapped rebel fighters.”

    FARS seems to be the only news agency, reporting on this western organized aggression. – The reasons may be obvious. As Russia is ‘pulling out’, a huge regiment of Islamic terrorists, whatever they are called (names are unimportant; they are just used to confuse) found it opportune to advance from Turkey over the Syrian border, camouflaged by a dense forest, or so they thought.

    Does anybody think that this would be allowed to happen without Erdogan having a clear go-ahead from his US Masters? – Turkey being a NATO protected US stooge, who got her marching orders from Washington. This is the prescription and scheme for the “Syrian Peace Talks” – taking otherwise place in an ambiance and environment of extreme hostility, Geneva, Switzerland, where the Swiss news blast day in, day-out lies and negative propaganda against Russia and Syria. – What hope? These Peace Talks (sic) are a farce if there has ever been one.

    The timing of the Russian ‘withdrawal’ was strategically perfect, as the so-called Peace Talks in Geneva were to start on Monday, 14 March, but so far didn’t really get off the ground. Why would they? Warrying factions sitting around the same table for the first time – and with the scenario as mentioned before – large numbers of terrorists attempting to cross the Turkish-Syrian border at the time the talks were to begin, and the western media’s non-stop Putin-Assad bashing – the signals are not positive.

    But most importantly, Washington and its NATO allies do not want peace. They want, as they wanted from day one of the US / NATO instigated 2011 ‘civil war’, a ‘regime change’ – meaning Mr. Assad must go. This has not changed in the minds of the hawks of Washington, including Obama, who are under strong pressure from Israel – which together with the Zionist led Israeli lobby group, AIPAC, controls the US Congress and White House.

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    Militants attack Kurds in Aleppo with chemical gas

    SCHANDE, SCHANDE, Driewerf SCHANDE !!!!!!!!!!!

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    The White Helmets – Al Qaeda With A Facelift

    ‘The White Helmets’, fake ‘Syrian humanitarian group, exposed as an al Qaeda support group headed by a British military man and funded by the US Government. Short documentary by Steve Ezzedine, drawing on research by Vanessa Beeley.

    International Military Review – Syria, May 2, 2016

    ‘ US planning dubious game in Syria, that has a devastating impact on Syrian people’

    Gepubliceerd op 2 mei 2016

    The Free Syrian Army has refused to recognize partial ceasefires or local lulls in violence, claiming that if the UN-backed truce is not implemented in full, the group reserves its right to withdraw from the Geneva talks and respond to any attacks.
    Abayome Azikiwe, pan-African newswire, shares his opinion on current Syrian crisis

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    Kerry To Negotiate New Ceasefire In Syria – But With His Own Side

    By Moon Of Alabama

    May 02, 2016 “Information Clearing House” – “Moon Of Alabama” –

    U.S. Secretary of State is in Geneva today to renegotiate a cessation of hostilities between the Syrian government forces and the foreign supported “rebels” in Syria. But there is something very curious going on with these negotiations. Kerry will neither talk with the Syrian government nor with the Russians. The Russian Foreign Minister is not even expected to come.

    No, Kerry is negotiating with the U.S. allies Jordan and Saudi Arabia who support the same “rebels” that are opposed to the Syrian government that the U.S. itself supported all along. He now asks them to separate their proxy forces in Syria from the terrorist organization al-Qaeda/Jabhat al-Nusra.

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    Op Bovendien.com een prima artikel over die “Witte Helmen”:

    Witte helmen in Aleppo en het Zionistisch plan B voor Syrië

    Dank je wel, Nexus. Heel verhelderend!

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    CrossTalk on Syria: Aleppo Burning duurt 25 minuten.

    Gepubliceerd op 6 mei 2016

    Saying one thing and doing another. As Washington claims to support a mediated process alongside Russia to end the conflict in Syria, the number of American boots on the ground continues to increase. And still again, the U.S. State Department echoes its favorite slogan – ‘Assad must go’.
    CrossTalking with Paolo von Schirach, Ross Harrison, and Sami Ramadani.

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    Turkey’s aid to ISIL (Daesh) captured in Syria

    Gepubliceerd op 14 mei 2016

    Syrian intelligence forces say that they have captured a haul of medical supplies near Aleppo that came from Turkey and was destined for Daesh terrorists in the Iraqi city of Mosul.

    In a video released by Russia’s RT television network on Friday, Hussein al-Omar, a colonel in Syria’s Military Intelligence Directorate, said that the lorry, loaded with some 25 tons of medicine and hospital supplies, including a number of dialysis machines, had entered Syria from Turkey’s Bab al-Hawa international border crossing, located on Syria’s northwestern border with Turkey.

    He added that the lorry was planned to reach Mosul, Daesh’s de facto capital in Iraq, through the towns of Afrin, A’zaz, and Manbij in Aleppo province. According to Omar, the lorry, loaded in Turkey, bore a Syrian number plate and was driven by two militants from al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front terrorist group, who had received the cargo in the Bab al-Hawa border crossing.

    Syria’s War Battlefield Update for 13th May, 2016

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    US backed Rebels Ahrar Al Sham Massacre Civilians in Zara #Syria

    Gepubliceerd op 13 mei 2016

    Just as the US and UK vetoed a Russian call to put Ahrar Al Sham on a terror list, this Rebel group ethnically cleansed allawites in the town of Al Zara in Homs province.
    Unblurred image here:

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    “Russia bombed US-backed militants in Syria”

    Foreign Policy Diary – Russia’s Responses to NATO Expansionism

  • yvonne:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEosd3d4TAY&feature=youtu.be

    De Hoop Scheffer ex-NAVO; Putin is de schuld van alles! #Oekraïne, #Irak, #Syrië, met dank aan Wearechange Rotterdam…….

    Wat een druiloor en een leugenaar is die De Hoop Scheffer, en de mainstream media is niet een haar beter…..

    Zijn ze nou allemaal zo dom? Of compleet doorgeslagen loonslaven?

    De Hoop Scheffer ex-NAVO; Putin is de schuld van alles! #Oekraïne, #Irak, #Syrië

  • mr.drs.Bou:

    Yvonne, dat is echt een stinkende hoop scheffer. Wie zou die hebben gekakt?
    Onderschoffelen die mesthoop! En daarna geheel biologisch wat vrede zaaien!

  • yvonne:

    En als je dan wel de waarheid spreekt over de wereld-gijzeling door de banken, overigens met medeweten van de politiek en Justitie: dan kun je wel eens een zogenaamd ongelukje krijgen…..

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