Friday, October 30, 2015

Russia's Upper Hand In Syria Forces USA To Negotiate On Assad's Future

Syria: Putin Now Has The Upper Hand (image source: Kuala Lumpur post)

Why is John Kerry suddenly so eager to talk to anyone and everyone about Syria now when the war between Assad and the US sponsored Sunni Jihad has been dragging on for four and a half years?

Are members of the Obama administration worried that the joint Russian / Iranian campaign in the air and on land has been too successful against ISIS and exposed as a sham the efforts of the USA and it's allies to 'defeat Al Qaeda or Al Nusra or ISIS or whatever they are called this week, if we want to go for a little honesty how about The US-backed Sunni Jihad that was part of Washington’s plan to topple Syrian President Bashar al Assad?

Nobody who has been following events in Syria for the last three weeks or three and a half years should have any doubt now about what is really going on. Russia's air force and Iran's ground troops have wiped out most of Washington’s mercenaries and Islamic fundamentalists on the ground while recapturing large areas of land lost to the terrorists.

That has strengthened Assad’s position in Damascus and left US foreign policy in tatters. And that’s why John Kerry is desperately seeking another meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, even though the two diplomats met less than a week ago.

On Tuesday, Reuters reported that Iran had been invited to talks which will be held in Vienna on Thursday at the insistence of Lavrov, which shows to what extent Russia is currently setting the agenda in the middle east.

The summit will verly probably produce some pretty shocking results for those who still believe in American spremacy too. A dramatic U turn on Washington’s “Assad must go” demand is a good bet. Putin has asserted many times, Assad’s going nowhere. He’s going to be a part of Syria’s “transitional governing body” when the Obama team finally agrees to the Geneva Communique a political device that will eventually end the fighting, restore security, and allow millions of refugees to return to their homes.

The reason the administration is going to agree to allow Assad to stay, is because if they don’t, the Russian Airforce is going to continue to blow US-backed mercenaries to smithereens. So, you see, Obama really has no choice in the matter. Putin has put a gun to his head and made him an offer he can’t refuse.

That doesn’t mean the war is going to be a cakewalk for Russia or its allies, there have already been some setbacks, like the seizure by ISIS of a critical section the Aleppo-Khanasser highway, cutting off the government’s supply-lines to Aleppo. This is serious but can be overcome and will not affect the eventual outcome of the war. Taking a broader view, the outlook is much more encouraging for the Russian-led coalition which continues to eviscerate the enemy war machine. So there’s no doubt about who’s going to win.

And that might explain why the US decided to bomb Aleppo’s main power plant last week plunging the entire city into darkness; because Obama, nothing is not a childishly petulant gayboy, wants to “rubblize” everything on his way out. Keep in mind, that the local water treatment plants require electrical power, so by blowing up the plant, the peacemaker and joybringer The Obamessiah has condemned tens of thousands of civilians to cholera and other water-born diseases. Apparently, the hospital-nuking God - On - Earth has no qualms about war crimes such as killing women and children. Check this out from the Daily Star Of Lebanon if you don't want to take my word.


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