PUTIN: LEADER OF THE WORLD?
Czech Media: Washington’s Time is Up: Russia Should Lead World, Not U.S.
October 1, 2015 — Sputniknews.com reports: “Having brought chaos, lawlessness and terrorism into Libya and Iraq, the United States is now trying to do the same in Syria. Europe has become fed up with Washington’s wrongdoings and says Russia should become a new world leader, Czech journalist Jiri Vyvadil wrote for newspaper Parlamentnilisty.cz.
The White House wants the Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad gone and will do whatever it takes to achieve its objective — even arm Islamic militants to fight against government troops, creating a civil war that resulted in millions of people fleeing the country to save their lives.
Washington’s method of conducting foreign policy is to create chaos at the cost of hundreds of thousands of lives and destroy entire countries in the name of US economic and political interests. However, the US has constantly failed at it — all of its wars in the last two decades have ended in a fiasco, but Washington still hasn’t learned and keeps sticking to the same destructive policy which hasn’t worked, the Czech newspaper said.
There is only one solution Vyvadil argues and that’s to ditch the United States, as Washington has miserably failed as the leader of the international community…” (Putin may become the Gog of Magog [Leader of Armageddon – Revelation 16:16, in the future] – Ezekiel 38:1, 2, 8, 16 produces and begins the bloodiest world war in history – Revelation 9:14 – 18.)
Putin at UN: ‘Self-Conceit’ of the West Created Middle East Chaos
September 29, 2015 — Breitbart.com reports: “At the UN General Assembly meeting today, Russian President Vladimir Putin blamed the West for the rise of radical Islamic groups. He also demanded a global alliance to fight these groups.
‘It seems, however, that far from learning from others’ mistakes, everyone just keeps repeating them,’ he stated. ‘And so the export of revolutions, this time so-called ‘democratic’ ones, continues. Suffice it to look at the situation in the Middle East and North Africa. Certainly, political and social problems in this region have been piling up for long time. And people there wish for changes.’
He continued: ‘But how did it really turn out? Rather than bringing about reforms, an aggressive foreign interference has resulted in a flagrant destruction of national institutions and the lifestyle itself. Instead of the triumph of democracy and progress, we got violence, poverty, and a social disaster. And nobody cares about human rights, including the right to life.’
The Syrian Civil War began in 2011, prompting by protests against President Bashar al-Assad. The U.S. also backed the overthrow of dictators in Iraq and Libya, the latter of which received praise from President Barack Obama in front of the assembly. In Libya, extremists attacked and murdered four Americans in 2012, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens.
‘I cannot help asking those who have caused this situation: do you realize now what you have done?’…” (II Timothy 3:1: “This know also, that in the last days perilous [drastically dangerous] times shall come.” That day is rapidly coming. God help America who’s being blamed.)
Russia Forms Anti-ISIS Coalition with Iran, Syria without U.S. Approval
September 29, 2015 — Breitbart.com reports: “Russia has reportedly reached an agreement with Iraq, Syria, and Iran to share intelligence about the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL)–without notifying the Obama administration.
Nevertheless, President Obama, during his address to the United Nations Monday, indicated that he is willing to ‘compromise’ with Iran and Russia on finding a solution to the Syrian conflict.
‘Lasting stability can only take hold when the people of Syria forge an agreement to live together peacefully,’ said Obama. ‘The United States is prepared to work with any nation, including Russia and Iran, to resolve the conflict.’
President Obama did concede that the Bashar al-Assad regime in Syria is illegitimate…” (ISIS is the most murderous organization next to the Brotherhood. Scores of young men have left their homelands to train with ISIS for terrorism and murder as they return homeward for devastation and death to their neighbors and acquaintances of the past. Friendship and loyalty is meaningless to these traitors: “Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away” II Timothy 3:4, 5. See the next two reports.)
Russian, Iranian Leaders: Assad Must Remain in Power
September 28, 2015 — Voice of America News reports: “Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, have told U.S. media outlets that embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must remain in power to fight terrorism.
U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power said Assad’s presence attracts foreign fighters to Syria.
Speaking to CNN on Sunday, Rouhani said that in driving out terrorists in Syria, ‘we have no solution other than to strengthen the central authority of that country.’
‘Everyone has accepted that President Assad must remain so we can combat terrorists,’ he said.
Rouhani also told NPR that Tehran is prepared to start holding discussions and dialogues on a post-Islamic State Syria, but those fighting the extremist group ‘must all act in unison and have a formula to drive out the terrorists, immediately.’…”
Russian warplanes target insurgents in Syria but not Islamic State
October 1, 2015 — Reuters reports: “Russian jets launched a second day of air strikes in Syria on Thursday, targeting areas held by an insurgent alliance that includes a group linked to al Qaeda, but not the Islamic State militants Moscow said it had hit.
Russia said it had launched eight air strikes with Sukhoi warplanes overnight, hitting four Islamic State targets. However, the areas where it said the strikes took place are not held by Islamic State.
Al-Mayadeen, a pro-Damascus television channel, said jets carried out at least 30 strikes against an insurgent alliance known as the Army of Conquest. The alliance includes the Nusra Front, al Qaeda’s Syrian branch, but not Islamic State, which has declared a caliphate on swathes of Syria and Iraq.
The Army of Conquest has been advancing against government forces in northwestern Syria in recent months, and has support from regional countries that oppose both President Bashar al-Assad and Islamic State.
Russia’s decision to join the war with air strikes on behalf of Assad is a major turning point in international involvement in the conflict…”