…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you haven’t noticed, Vladimir Putin has already made it in the cannons of historical scholarship—and for good reason. Last October, the British Telegraph had a headline entitled: “Putin has embarrassed us all in Syria. Welcome to the age of Russian power.”
“An audience with the Russian president was one of the hottest tickets in town, as Western leaders were forced to recognize the road to peace in Syria inevitably runs through Moscow.”
If that is the case, then J. M. Berger’s statement that “There is probably no solution to ISIS until there is a solution to Assad” is out of the political equation. Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo puts it quite bluntly to the West:
“If we want peace, we have to find a way of getting along with Assad, at least in a transition period.”
What we are seeing here is that NWO agents are still having a hard time precisely because Putin ain’t messing around when it comes to fighting real terrorism. France has even joined Russia in destroying ISIS in Syria. It gets better:
“David Cameron should abandon his ‘contradictory war aims’ and accept that President Bashar al-Assad must remain in power to allow his army to take the lead in defeating Islamic State forces in Syria, former chief of the defense staff Gen David Richards has said.”
As journalist Finian Cunningham commented:
“Russia is being proven right about its intervention in Syria. The most effective way to defeat the terror networks of ISIL and other jihadist groups like the Nusra Front is to support the Syrian state, to coordinate with the Syrian Arab Army on the ground, and to target the militants with a full-on campaign…
“Vladimir Putin has demonstrated true leadership on tackling terrorism in Syria and beyond. As the old English proverb goes: cometh the hour, cometh the man.”
“To forgive the terrorists is up to God, but to send them to him is up to me.”
You can say that Putin has a good sense of humor. And it always helps to have people like that in politics. Yet Putin isn’t just joking here. Putin added elsewhere: “We will find them anywhere on the planet and punish them.”
Does Putin mean business? The quick answer is yes. Even the Daily Beast has admitted that “Russia pounds ISIS with biggest bomber raid in decades.” The National Interest itself has conceded that Russia’s “Supersonic Tu-160” is a “super bomber,” and that super bomber has already made “its combat debut” in Syria, creating a hell for ISIS. Get this:
“The Russian air force just pulled off one of the biggest and most complex heavy bomber missions in modern history—sending no fewer than 25 Backfire, Bear, and Blackjack bombers on a coordinated, long-range air raid against alleged ISIS forces in Syria.
“The Tuesday mission, which launched under the cover of darkness from a base in Ossetia in southern Russia, signaled a significant escalation of Moscow’s air war in Syria—and heralded the rebirth of Russian heavy bomber squadrons that once had withered from a lack of funding.”
Russia is certainly not showing off. Russia is getting the work done:
“On the day Moscow officially confirmed a terrorist attack as the cause of last month’s downing of a passenger plane in Egypt, the Russian military hit over 200 terrorist targets in Syria in 127 sorties. The escalated Russian operation involved not only warplanes flying from an airfield near Latakia, but also strategic bombers operating from Russian territory.”
We are also told that “Russian warplanes disrupt ISIS oil sales channels; destroy 500 terrorist oil trucks in Syria.”
Finian Cunningham has recently said:
“Almost everyone now recognizes that Russia’s military intervention in Syria to defeat the so-called Islamic State terror group was the right call to make. Russian President Vladimir Putin isn’t crowing about it. He doesn’t have to.”
Once again, the biggest questions are these: If America was really in the business of fighting ISIS in Syria, do they mean to tell us that they couldn’t do what Russia is currently doing? Aren’t we told ad nauseam that America is exceptional? Get this: “The U.S. spends more on defense than the next seven countries combined”:
So, NWO agents mean to tell us that they couldn’t get the job done with that money? You see, there is no way that the U.S. can defend its expansionist position rationally. The U.S. has been in Syria for over three years now and has accomplished virtually nothing to annihilate terrorism in the country.
In fact, the U.S. supported the Syrian rebels/terrorists, who, as Archbishop Jacques Behnan Hindo has put it, “al-Qaeda under a different name.” The same rebels also made packs with ISIS. Last year, the rebels ended up making a deal with al Qaeda in order to fight Assad.
So, can NWO agents really say that they do not have a hand in which the situation in Syria is loused up? Who are they going to con this time? Rick Santorum, who is now saying perverse things such as Obama and Hillary Clinton created ISIS?
As it turns out, NWO agents are upset because Russia is certainly a life saver. As Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has recently said, “Washington actually wants the Islamic State to stick around…in order to ‘weaken Assad’ while at the same time trying to keep the militant group from taking control of the country.” In Lavrov’s own words:
“Apparently, it’s a kind of a ‘honey is sweet, but the bee stings’ situation: they want IS to weaken Assad as soon as possible to make him leave somehow, but at the same time they don’t want to overly strengthen IS, which may then seize power.”
Lavrov destroyed NWO agents completely when he said that they pretentiously launched attacks on ISIS, yet “we see next to no concrete results but for the expansion of the Islamic State over this time.”
Thank God for Vladimir Putin. As Ed West of the Catholic Herald put it last September,
“Whatever one thinks of Vladimir Putin, he has certainly outplayed Barack Obama in Syria; four years after the start of this tragedy Russia is much stronger in the Middle East, and the United States is weaker.”
 Charles Crawford, “Putin has embarrassed us all in Syria. Welcome to the age of Russian power,” Telegraph, October 1, 2015.
 Lee Smith, “Putin Is the New Sheriff in Town,” Weekly Standard, October 6, 2015.
 Tim Arango, “Experts Explain How Global Powers Can Smash ISIS,” NY Times, November 17, 2015.
 John Bambrell and Adam Schreck, “With Islamic State targeted, what happens to Syria’s Assad?,” Seattle Times, November 19, 2015.
 “France, Russia raids in Syria kill 33 ISIS fighters,” Daily Star (Lebanon), November 18, 2015; “Russia and France wreak revenge on ISIS: Putin orders his warships in Med to work with French Navy as jihadists in Syria are pummelled from the air,” Daily Mail, November 18, 2015.
 Nicholas Watt, “Keep Assad in power to defeat Isis in Syria, says former UK military chief,” Guardian, November 18, 2015.
 David Axe, “Russia Pounds ISIS With Biggest Bomber Raid in Decades,” Daily Beast, November 17, 2015.
 Dave Majumbar, “The Russian Air Force’s Super Bomber: Beware the Supersonic Tu-160,” National Interest, November 18, 2015; “Ready for War: Russia’s Stealthy Kh-101 Cruise Missile Debuts in Syria,” National Interest, November 18, 2015; “Payback: Some of Russia’s Most Lethal Weapons of War Just Struck ISIS,” National Interest, November 17, 2015.
 Axe, “Russia Pounds ISIS With Biggest Bomber Raid in Decades,” Daily Beast, November 17, 2015.
 “Russia hits 206 ISIS targets in Syria after confirming bomb downed passenger plane over Sinai,” Russia Today, November 18, 2015.
 “Russian warplanes disrupt ISIS oil sales channels; destroy 500 terrorist oil trucks in Syria,” Russia Today, November 18, 2015.
 Syrian archbishop criticises US for ‘siding with al-Qaeda,’” Catholic Herald, October 6, 2015.
 “ISIS Strikes Deal With Moderate Syrian Rebels: Reports,” Huffington Post, September 12, 2009.
 “ISIS and moderate Syrian rebels strike truce… with Al Qaeda’s help – reports,” Russia Today, September 13, 2014; Julian Robinson, “ISIS strike deal with moderate Syrian rebels to stop fighting each other as military pressure grows and its oil money starts to dry up,” Daily Mail, September 13, 2014.
 Devin Henry, “Santorum: Obama, Hillary created ISIS,” The Hill, November 14, 2015.
 “US intentionally spare ISIS in Syria, want terrorists to weaken Assad – Russian FM,” Russia Today, November 17, 2015.
 Ed West, “Will Russia’s ‘holy war’ save Syria’s Christians?,” Catholic Herald, September 30, 2015.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.