Friday, December 23, 2016

NATO Escalates Ukraine Civil War after Defeat In Syria

If you thought Brarack Hussein Obama was the only world leader to clench his fists, stamp his feet and "scweam and scewam until he's sick" when he does not get what he wants, you'd be wrong. This week leaders on the USA's NATO allies have shown they too care capable of throwing hissy fits and behaving like spoiled five year olds as the completely failed to accept defeat of NATO backed terrorists in Syria by the combined forces of the Syrian government, Iranian ground troops and Russian air support. Immediately following the liberation of Aleppo and the rout of western backed terrorists, a surge in military attacks by NATO-backed Kiev regime forces on the breakaway eastern Ukraine regions has been reported.

This is the mature and statesmanlike reaction of western leaders to events in Syria.

Although a fragile ceasefire between the Kiev government and Donbass separatists has held for several months, since the collapse of ISIS resistance in and around Aleppo hundreds of ceasefire breaches by troops belonging to the Ukraine Armed Forces (UAF) are being reported in the separatist self-declared republics of Donetsk and Luhansk. Over the past few days, several towns and villages have come under intense shelling from artillery, rockets and mortars in stark violation of the Minsk agreement.

That agreement brokered by Russia, Germany and France during 2014 and 2015, was intended to lead to a diplomatic settlement to end the conflict between the Western-backed Kiev regime, which came to power in 2014 when a CIA engineered coup in February 2014 overthrew the democratically elected government which favoured closer ties with Russia. The breakaway provinces of Donetsk and Luhansk, have consistently refused to recognize the legitimacy of the Kiev regime.

Houses, schools and water treatment plants have been hit as the UAF and Neo-Nazi militias move heavy weapons close to the front line. Reports suggest the Kiev regime is preparing for a renewed attack on the ethnic Russian region. As expected Russia's response has been swift and missile defence systems have been installed to protect Russian interests.

So far, the militia of the DPR and LPR have repelled the offensive, with dozens of casualties reportedly suffered by the Kiev regime’s military.

It is no coincidence that the new attacks on Donbass come just as the US and its NATO allies suffer a major setback in their covert war for regime change in Syria and ultimately control of the middle east. The liberation of the battleground city of Aleppo suggests the end of the nearly six-year conflict in Syria is close and the regime-change project in Syria to oust the government of President Bashar al-Assad has ended up as another foreign policy failure for the catastrophic presidency of Barack Obama.

Turkey, which until recently was a key player in Obama's regime-change ambitions seems to be aligning with Russia and Iran to bring an end to the war in neighboring Syria. Earlier this week however, we reported foreign and defense ministers from Russia, Iran and Turkey met in Moscow to declare their commitment to end the Syrian conflict. The exclusion of the US” from this initiative is intended as an insult to President Obama and Secretary of state Kerry. The New York times commented: "The new alignment and absence of any Western powers at the table all but guarantee that President Bashar al-Assad will continue to rule Syria under any resulting agreement."

In other words, it’s "game over" for Washington, the delusions of 'President Of the Entire Universe And Everything Else besides' Obama and the Clinton led Democrat Crime Syndicate and their criminal enterprise to subvert Syria.


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