By Walid Shoebat
For Putin I love and Obama I hated! I love Russia which has finally and publicly confirmed the beginning of Russian air operations in Syria. Russian airstrikes ‘hit ISIS targets in Syria’, says Moscow while US officials say Russian jets hit non-ISIS areas near Homs.
So who is lying and who is telling the truth?
Answer: who cares. Name me one politician who kept the Ten Commandments and name me one decent person who does not want to rid the world of Islamists regardless to under what umbrella they are covering themselves with. Let it hail hell on them all from above and from below.
However, Putin did not lie and the U.S. did not lie either. For years Putin said that he will make sure that Assad remains in power. So he hit Homs — Talbiseh, Rastan; Hama — Latamneh, Kafr Zita; Latakia — Ghmam, Deir Hana … all Muslim rebel areas that oppose Assad.
And neither did the U.S. lie: Putin did not hit ISIS, but honestly who cares? The Russians are targeting Muslims who want a global Caliphate after they depose Assad, while the U.S. targets Muslims who want a global Caliphate now: ISIS. Let the U.S. and Russia kill them all and have Allah sort them out, in hell.
Sure Russia lied, they are not targeting ISIS. They are targeting Jaysh al-Fatah, the rebel group that poses the greatest threat to Latakia, the regime’s heartland and location of the Russian controlled port of Tartous.
And how many Americans even know what Jaysh al-Fateh even means? Perhaps if they do, they will begin to wake up as to why the U.S. is not hitting these. Jaysh al-Fateh means “the Army of Conquest”. Fateh comes from the Quran (to open the nations for the conquest of Allah). You see I read the squiggly Arabic below from the Quran speaking of when Allah had Muhammad opened (conquer) Mecca for Allah. Even when a man conquers a woman sexually, in Islam they say “Fatah-ha” (he opened her, he conquered her). All these stupid women who compare us to Islam for our solid Christian ethics at Shoebat.com should go to these Muslim countries and compare while they live there, not here behind their keyboards.So why is the U.S. complaining about Russia for bombarding these broad alliance of hardline Islamist groups, which includes both Jabhat al-Nusra and Ahrar al-Sham?
What is most embarrassing for the U.S. is that these seized the very weapons from U.S.-supplied so-called secular rebels as a result of America’s botched train-and-supply program. The Russians are basically trying to correct Obama’s stupid mistakes. America can’t complain because it’s al Qaeda and that’s who this war is supposed to be against. It is for this reason I say For Putin I loved and Obama I hated!
Putin finally shut Obama up (conquered him) when he met with Putin in his own U.N. speech, edged back from his previous strident calls for Assad to step down, saying that “realism dictates that compromise is required,” and that this should mean “a managed transition” rather than Assad’s immediate departure.
Shoebat.com last week predicted Russia’s goals:
So as it seems, the evidence is clear, the military buildup has nothing to do with fighting ISIS. Simply put, the two major military superpowers, Russia and the U.S. appear to be at it again; both are actively flexing their muscles through their proxies where the U.S. supports the rebels while Russia supports the Syrian Army. With Russia moving its chips, dare any Sunni extremists and/or CIA-trained “freedom fighters” or Turkey intent on seizing control of the country will now need to go through Russia and Iran. The third players, Turkey, Saudi Arabia including the Gulf states fear Iran’s encroachments and the loss of their sphere of influence on the Sunni Muslim world. This is what will become the crux of the whole matter. So to answer our original question is that all the players have a use for ISIS. To completely destroy ISIS would prevent all the excuses for one party or the other to wield its global dominance. The sooner the sheep put this equation in their head, the sooner they will begin to understand Armageddon which is a world conflict centered in the Middle East. ISIS is useful for the U.S. as well as for Russia and Turkey even as far as Japan which has major use for ISIS where ISIS is the excuse for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s re-interpretation of the Japanese constitution in regards to weapons allowing Japan to also play a stronger role in global affairs.
Putin is entering the early stages of shifting powers and then is acting quickly and decisively. That is what Putin did in Ukraine and that is what he is doing now in Syria.
In addition, how could anyone complain. The events in Syria is what is causing the stream of refugees that is causing a crisis in Europe adding serious economic and political strains. Putin is brilliant since he is now perceived as acting in Europe’s immediate vital interests.
To understand more about Russia read: Are Gog And Magog Marching On Israel As We See Russia Deploying Its Military Might In Syria?
Putin would like to ease and lift the sanctions imposed on Russia after its annexation of Crimea and proxy war in eastern Ukraine including the nosedive of oil prices.
By forming an intelligence alliance with Syria, Iran and Iraq, Putin presents the U.S. with an impossible choice to either join in forcing the U.S. to recognize the current Syrian regime or be seen as stranded on moral high ground.
Putin’s Russia has its own struggles with Islam. It’s capital has 2,000,000 Muslims mostly are guest workers from former Soviet Republics. Hurting Russia is not wise. There are hundreds of thousands of whom are now returning home to their countries because the sanctions imposed on Russia have hurt the economy and this means a rise of the Caliphate ideology in the southern Islamic republics (C.I.S Republics) that are Muslim poised to ally with Turkey.
There are also Chechen secessionist groups in southern Russia that are swearing allegiance to ISIS and the Islamic Caliphate.
So as it seems, and for the right cause, the wily fox Putin outmaneuvered Obama by deploying troops, planes and tanks to buttress the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. Americans will say “if only we had a president who was so daring, tough and smart.”
Yet there are some really stupid analysts in the U.S. who think otherwise. Thomas Friedman argues against Putin and for Obama stating:
Putin stupidly went into Syria looking for a cheap sugar high to show his people that Russia is still a world power. Well, now he’s up a tree. Obama and John Kerry should just leave him up there for a month — him and Assad, fighting ISIS alone — and watch him become public enemy No. 1 in the Sunni Muslim world. “Yo, Vladimir, how’s that working for you?”
Strange. One can take this same stupid argument and go like this:
Obama stupidly went into Syria looking for a cheap sugar high to show his people that U.S. is still a world power. Well, now he’s up a tree. Putin should just leave him up there for a month — him without Assad, fighting ISIS alone — and watch him become public enemy No. 1 in the Sunni Muslim world. “Yo, Obama, how’s that working for you?”
Liberals are these sick folks who think that we cannot think for ourselves and that they are superior so they think that they must think for us. What Friedman does not understand is that real peaceful Arabs who hate ISIS in the Middle East are nationalistic and mostly want Assad, not an ISIS style Caliphate or the rebels style future Caliphate who want to use the U.S. to oust Assad. Both are a Caliphate agenda and both are just as dangerous. What is also dangerous is the epidemic in America where a virus called “stupidity” infects many.
The propped up media analysts are no match for street smarts. What can I say? For Putin I loved and Friedman I also hated!
Someone now will lecture me on “hate” or my “name calling”. Jesus was into name calling the day He called some Pharisees “white-wash sepulchers … dead tombs … ” and while His father called some heretics “She lusted after lovers with genitals as large as a donkey’s and emissions like those of a horse.” (Ezekiel 23:20) Praise God and His Word for they are righteous and true.
In the meanwhile boost up your moral on some good solid Russian and Syrian songs of love: