With yesterday’s failure of Western Daesh benefactors to obtain another ceasefire in Syria that could have extended the “regime change” operations of the CIA and US State Department [here], the ISIS commanders on the ground have no other choice but to raise the white flag and avail themselves of the long standing Syrian government offer of amnesty and safe passage away from Aleppo City and neighboring areas.
In response to the clamor for help by the various Daesh commanders on the ground in Eastern Aleppo, the allies of the UK, US and Germany filed a UN Security resolution aimed at establishing another ceasefire that would only pave the way for the regrouping of Daesh terrorists already suffering heavy casualties amidst in-fighting within their ranks.
Permanent members, Russia and China, vetoed the resolution.
At just about the same time that the mainstream media started crying foul about “fake news” websites responsible for the multiple defeats of their favorite politicians, and the US Congress passage of the House Bill 6393, otherwise known as anti-Russian propaganda,
… multiple web giants “YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft” are stepping up “efforts to remove extremist content from their websites by creating a common database.
They are really taking their defeats in Syria and in recent elections to heart, as the Russian media network, and others like it, are taking much of their audience around the globe.
Add to this are the independent bloggers who are widening the discussion about pertinent issues of the day, and in some cases even discovering new ones purposely left out by the mainstream media.
Lack of support and constant infighting among CIA-trained terrorists are plaguing the coalition tasked to depose Syrian President Assad.
No less than the terrorist commanders are threatening their sponsors that they would surrender in 2 days if no outside support is forthcoming.
Western military operations in Iraq were based on the pretext that there was a government-imposed cruelty and weapons of mass destruction during Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship in Iraq.
The self-righteous wanted to correct it for the betterment of the Iraqis and for making the world a safer place.
The final operation to free the city of Aleppo from CIA-trained Daesh terrorists has gained enough ground for the safe return of civilians.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte disclosed some of the things he talked about with US president-elect Donald Trump, last night.
Said conversation was said to be arranged by “Trump’s Philippine business partners and a core group of advisers, including his children.”
There is an ongoing debate on the merits of capitalism and socialism. It has been strongly argued that Socialism breeds dependency and unproductive citizenry.
About 600 CIA terrorists were pardoned and allowed to leave East Aleppo without arms. This is the only way the Russian-led coalition could save as many lives as possible, at leat 90,000 during this final battle to save Aleppo, and completely free the city from all mercenaries by the year end.
The Russian-led coalition operating in Syria is determined to defeat the CIA-US State Department terrorists, i.e. regime change proxies collectively branded as the Islamic State.
With the defeat of the US State Department candidate, Hillary Clinton, the same coalition decided to resume with their operations after a 28-day unilateral ceasefire was ignored, i.e. the US failed to separate their “moderate rebels” from their terror mercenaries.
Under the cover of nationwide anti-Trump protests, the US Congress surreptitiously moves closer to the imposition of a “no-fly” zone in Syria, i.e. an act of war against Syria and the Russian-led alliance against CIA trained Islamic State terrorists.
To the deep consternation of the West, the Russian economy continues to grow amidst Western sanctions. Its scientific community and military sector continue to advance even after the massive plunders against the former Soviet Union.
Its agricultural sector, on the other hand, is poised to become the global superpower in terms of non-GMO food production.