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Topic - War in Syria
Posted: October 25 2016 at 12:34am By Dutch Josh
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-24/oil-gas-war-over-syria-4-maps

The first presents the effort by many countries to eliminate ISIS control over the large Iraqi city of Mosul. A remarkably frank remark made in this map is "An escape corridor into Syria will be left for Daesh [ISIS] so they can vacate Mosul" - an admission that the U.S. - Saudi - Qatari team want the ISIS jihadists who are in Mosul to relocate into Syria to assist the U.S. - Saudi - Qatari effort there to overthrow and replace the Assad government: 


The West, collectively, is a fox in a hen-house, a man who shot his trusting Best Friend in the back, a sociopath and a psychopath, a monster. Its policy is formulated by the puppets of the lobbies which dominate its governments as its media peddles lies to shape public opinion to whitewash its crimes and invent an orge to justify the “us” by manipulating fear of “them”.

That Russia is preparing for war is no secret.

They’ve deployed a fleet toward Syria that, ironically enough, is set to arrive just before the US election. The Russian government held a massive civil defense drill just over a week ago that involved 40 million civilianspreparing for biological, chemical, and nuclear attacks.

Now, Lt. Gen Evgeny Buzhinsky, former head of the Russian ministry of defence’s international treaties department, said that Russia and the US areon the brink of full-on war:

“If we talk about the last Cold War, we are currently somewhere between the erection of the Berlin Wall and the Cuban Missile crisisIn other words, teetering on the brink of war, but without the mechanisms to manage the confrontation.”