Sunday, December 25, 2016


The question is, why did it take Russia so long to get involved?

Russia only formally/overtly joined the fight in Syria in September 2015, which was curiously just weeks before the Dutch Safety Board issued their final report into MH17, almost as if Russia wanted to divert attention from that coming report by appearing to be fighting ISIS when the report came out so Russia could reply, "Who? Me? Me who is now fighting ISIS?"

But Aleppo has been liberated, and with lots of Russian assistance, also the assistance of Iran and Hezbollah.

The terrorists were unleashed onto Syria by the NATO/Zionist/Gulf monarchies who ran 9/11 and have used 9/11 to kick off a series of wars that are designed to bring the Caspian and Middle East fossil fuel resources under their control.

And, Vlad. Take note. That also includes Iran.

And it looks like Russia has today paid the price, with the crash of the the Tu-154 from Sochi to Khmeimim.

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