Russian Military Operations in Syria CONFIRMED.

Russian forces perform infantry combat drills in Tartarus Syria as curious locals look on from above.
Russian forces perform infantry combat drills in Tartarus Syria as curious locals look on from above.

September 25th, 2015.

Russian Military Operations in Syria Confirmed.

Reports have now emerged of limited military operations being conducted by the Russian forces freshly stationed in Syria.

The article that mentions the operations comes from Agence France Presse via the Beirut Daily Star.

The operations that are described are air attacks in response to shellfire directed against Russian positions in Latakia.

“All of the ultra-sophisticated equipment is operated by the Russians, like flying the drones. They’re the ones who train the Syrian pilots, and they’re in command,” says a Syrian military expert on condition of anonymity.
When rockets crashed into the airport this week, Russian forces detected the firing location and jets flew off towards rebel-held territory to “neutralize the threat“, the expert adds.

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The immense psychological impact of what Russia has done cannot be overstated. The mere presence of increased Russian forces and activity in Latakia has changed the way the world views the Syrian war and the mantra we have heard from years from the Neoconservatives in the West about Assad having to leave in order for the war to end is now officially dead.

The uni-polar era is conclusively over.

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Politicians who have held maniacal, insane positions on this subject for years have now openly stated that it is worth trying to end the war without awaiting Assad’s exit or making it a precondition.

Netanyahu went to Moscow this week and so did Erdogan. Erdogan was so committed to regime change in Syria that he has restarted a civil war in Turkey in pursuit of it but suddenly the dream has been publicly abandoned by Erdogan, US Secretary of State John Kerry and other former fanatical regime change advocates.

Russian ‘visitors’ receive warm welcome in coastal Syria | News , Middle East | THE DAILY STAR

“In the space of just 24 hours, both Ankara and Berlin announced this week that Assad could be a part of the solution to the civil war, and US President Barack Obama, who first said back in August 2011 that Assad “must step down”, is to meet his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin for talks on Monday.”

The quotes from Syrian residents regarding the Russian military presence are very revealing.

Russian ‘visitors’ receive warm welcome in coastal Syria | News , Middle East | THE DAILY STAR

“Every morning, between 6 and 7, I see several Russian planes flying, and I really feel better,” says Ahmad, who lives near Bassel Assad International Airport in Hmeimim, 25 kilometers (15 miles) south of Latakia city.
The airport, along with Russia’s naval facility in nearby Tartus, have seen a major build-up in recent weeks.
“They were our friends, and now they have become our brothers — much more than many Arabs,” says Rima, a 25-year-old student.”

“I’m secular and I belong to a religious minority. For me, it’s the best thing that can happen because the Russians will keep the extremists from advancing,” says 40-year old engineer Fadi at a cafe in the Sheikh Daher commercial district.
“There is nothing more marvelous in the morning than drinking my coffee and smoking my narghileh (water pipe) on the balcony while listening to the melody of Russian planes,” says Nafaa, a 46-year old businessman in Sharashir, three kilometers (two miles) from the airport.

It is absolutely stunning to read these quotes and realise they are coming from a  WESTERN NEWS OUTLET. After four years of the most evil lies imaginable, the truth is quite a shock.

Russian ‘visitors’ receive warm welcome in coastal Syria | News , Middle East | THE DAILY STAR

A senior official in Syria described Russia’s military involvement as a “turning point” for the war.
“Russia intends to show that there is no solution without Assad and his army must be part of the fight against ISIS,” he said.
“Moscow wants to remind the United States that its relationship with Damascus dates back more than 50 years,” he said. “It’s also a message to regional countries that Russia intends to become a central player again.”

The Russian president is now the author of a new New World Order, he is the usurper and the destroyer of the dreams of the Neoconservative fanatics. The world domination dream is in ashes. It is gone.

US Sixty Minutes have an interview with Putin scheduled to air this weekend. Some of the sections concerning Syria have been released. Even CBS are apparently now going to broadcast some of the truth about the destruction the West has wrought in Libya, Iraq and Syria.

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The Munich Speech of 2007.

At a security conference in Munich in 2007, the Russian President explained what Russia was going to do and why they were going to do it.

In front of an audience that included Angela Merkel, John McCain, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Senator Joseph Lieberman, Tzipi Livni and Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer, it is amusing to watch their faces as they are informed very politely that they are hubristic deluded fools whose days of arson are coming to an end.

Putin patiently explains that the period of total US domination of international politics had been a catastrophe and his intent to end it and replace it with a system of co-operation in the context of non-interference in other states.

The transcript is here.

Speech and the Following Discussion at the Munich Conference on Security Policy
February 10th, 2007, Munich.

Vladimir Putin’s legendary speech at Munich Security Conference (1/4)

Vladimir Putin’s legendary speech at Munich Security Conference (2/4)

Vladimir Putin’s legendary speech at Munich Security Conference (3/4)

Vladimir Putin’s legendary speech at Munich Security Conference (4/4)

6 thoughts on “Russian Military Operations in Syria CONFIRMED.

  1. Doesn’t shouting “good news” depend on your mood and depth (at news-time)? On an up, I’d sing it out in a hopeful defiance and with enough consideration may come conviction.

    Syria has, more than any other ‘war’ (not civil), dragged me from “thank God at last” – to – cries… “oh no”. One week forward, another two-back. A roller-coaster. A screaming care-none by the raging madness behind spin-media. The blatancy of the defiant misdirection. Lies damn….

    ‘Uni-polar… conclusively over. An era’. There’s a prophecy to receive and believe. Overall I have and can. Syria at the start, those few/long years back, when Syrian Girl still covered up for her commentary, it felt distinctly the battle to determine the main break, or through.

    I hear those who demonically pledged the full break-up and breakdown, their bold boasts, still sounding-off token roars. But people’s resilience and something seemingly lacking far-less in Russia, than the West/rest-with-weapons, pushed this through. And the brake’s on.

    I wouldn’t like to discern if there’s so much/so many – praying Orthodox-ers, down and at it, making all the difference. Perhaps Mr P is all-repentance-for-real on this? If so, he has the secret weapons. Publicly available. For peace – at least less war.

    ‘The uni-polar era is conclusively over’.



  2. So my impression is that Putin has finally had enough and decided to go in and (1) clean up the US’s mess and (2) intervene before Syria goes the same way as Libya and Iraq. It almost feels like Putin is trying to save the world – which of course isn’t the case, but it just shows how atrocious US-led policy in the Middle East is that it now falls on Putin to actually try to do something sensible. You really have to wonder how all of this is going to be written about in future history books, don’t you?
    I’ve also heard there is now a Chinese presence in Syria too, in concert with the Russian presence. Do you happen to know if that’s true..?

    • Many thanks Burning Blogger of Bedlam, I have read reports of a Chinese Navy vessel traveling to Syria but must admit I did not check the details of the story. I agree with your thoughts about Putin and the West, I always tried to avoid being a Putin fanboy but it has become quite difficult recently. \I feel awful about that great link you put over there and I will try to match it with your icon over here, I think there is a nice synergy between the two sites, similar but different, they compliment one another.

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