Conflict Stories

A couple of weeks ago the Russian Federation informed the United Nations it had acquired information that terrorists in Idlib province were preparing a chemical attack on Syrian civilians.

On Tuesday, Mystic Nikki said that President Assad was preparing to launch a chemical attack on his own people. And we all know what will happen next, in the first instance at least, whoever commits the atrocity.

The identity of the perpetrators will be established days or weeks later but by then the Axis of Evil countries will have yet another war crime on their collective CV. What isn’t so predictable is the response of Syria and Russia this time around. The Saker offers his thoughts. Here is a brief extract from the article outlining the danger we are in.

The bigger picture: the existential war between Russia and the Empire

The USA and Russia have been at war for several years now. Yes, this war is roughly 80% informational, 15% economic and only 5% kinetic. But this can change very rapidly. The main reasons for this war are not just the usual mix of grand power rivalries, economic and financial struggles, the desire to control raw materials or strategic geographical locations. These are all present this time too, but the deeper reason for this war is that Russia and the USA represent two mutually exclusive civilizational models. Very succinctly, Russia wants a multi-polar world in which each country is free to develop as its people see fit and in which international law regulates relations between nations. The Empire stands, well, for itself, of course. Meaning that it wants a single world hegemony ruled by the AngloZionists. Furthermore, Russia stands for traditional moral and spiritual values whereas the Empire stands for greed, globalism and the destruction of all traditions and moral values. It is pretty self-evident that these two systems cannot coexist. They present existential threats to each other. Russia will either become sovereign or enslaved. The Empire will either control the planet or crumble. Tertium non datur.

Traitor/Treason/Sharia May’s fairy story set in Salisbury is connected to Syria, however unbelievable that may seem. Remember, cui bono.

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