Saturday, 6 February 2016


these posts made today here:

Turkey to Provoke Russia into WW3?



 I'm afraid I have to make a comment about the Russian leadership.

As far as i can see theyve made a huge mistake in not sending ground troops into Syria with the air campaign.

They could have dealt a very swift and harsh blow to ISIS and the whole thing would probably be over by now.

Yes, the West would have grumbled, but it would have been legal and thats all that matters.

Instead what could have been done in 3 - 4 months is only half completed and this has given the Satanists who control much of the planet time to formulate a new plan as we can now see.

And actually this air operation is, i suspect costing a lot more than necessary as much of this neutralisation of ISIS could be done by ground troops at a fraction of the cost.

So, all in all I have to say it appears to me the decision not to send in ground troops was a huge mistake because had they been there there's no way Turkey and S. Arabia would be contemplating a ground invasion - so youve opened that option up for them too. If Russia doesnt fill up this void, they will.

Now your only option is to declare, as you did yesterday, that a Turkey/S. Arabia ground invasion would be an act of war. So, youve backed yourself into a corner where your only option is the final option rather than leaving yourself with room to maneuver - not a smart move.

I have noticed some timidity on the part of the Russian leadership on a number of occasions and I think you need to be more bold.
ISIS could and should have been knocked out with one very swift and powerful blow. Instead they are still alive and kicking - I'd say that was a huge mistake.

Actually, I was a bit surprised from the start that Russia didnt send ground troops, but I just assumed they knew what they were doing.

I can only say I feel people who ought to be thinking clearly, aren't. This is not the time for laziness. - This last comment is not directed at Russia although I do wonder if they always think through all the options. It was more directed at Iran who IMO handled the post-al Nimr situation last month with a worrying lack of insight causing a massive Own Goal allowing the Satanists a huge propaganda coup against us by attacking the Saudi diplomatic buildings in Iran.



 re my last post, which has been edited btw,

I would also say that I think Russia should send ground troops into Syria immediately otherwise I fear we (the 6+ billion people who will fight to see this 'monolithic ruthless conspiracy' (JF Kennedy) defeated) may see the possibility of a really significant step forward ie the defeat of ISIS, evaporate before our eyes.

Infact I may go so far as to say you should either do this or nothing because doing it in a half-hearted way (which is what I think this is) could infact make the situation even more unstable.



 I would also urge people with military experience to offer advice to Vladimir Putin. I have studied him closely and my opinion is he is not a natural leader. Of course we are all delighted that finally there is someone willing to make a stand and for that reason we all support him whole-heartedly but deep down my opinion is it doesn't come naturally to him and I have seen this a number of times.

I know Russia has been through the most appalling episode (1917 - 1989) and in many ways is still struggling to really find its feet again, so none of this should be seen as an attack but rather as constructive criticism.



 We are all on the same team- there are only 2 sides in this battle: the 6+ billion ordinary sensible people who are generous and want to live in peace and those who would destroy us in their deluded quest for ultimate power. So, Russia and Mr. Putin, we are all on your side.

When I appeal for military advice, I don't mean every retired soldier on the planet phoning up with their suggestions, I really am appealing to senior and very senior officers ie Generals etc.

We all want Mr Putin to succeed and we will all do everything in our power to help him and those who ally with him. You must please see everything I've said as an attempt to be helpful.

I know everyone in Russia is working flat out to do their part in difficult circumstances and we praise and support you in that.

Also do not take my lack of posting for a while as a sign that I'm withdrawing. If ever I do decide to withdraw I will inform people, but its highly unlikely.

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