The Archbishop of Sebastia has praised Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, declaring him a protector of Christians in the Middle East.
The Archbishop of Sebastia has praised Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, declaring him a protector of Christians in the Middle East.
Having selected several key excerpts from Donald Trump’s lengthy AP interview earlier, we urge readers looking for fascinating yet surreal bedtime reading to give the full, nearly 8,000 word transcript a try, as it contains bizarro excerpts such as this:
AP: You did put out though, as a candidate, you put out a 100-day plan. Do you feel like you should be held accountable to that plan?
TRUMP: Somebody, yeah, somebody put out the concept of a hundred-day plan. But yeah. Well, I’m mostly there on most items. Go over the items, and I’ll talk to you … (Crosstalk.)
TRUMP: But things change. There has to be flexibility. Let me give you an example. President Xi, we have a, like, a really great relationship. For me to call him a currency manipulator and then say, “By the way, I’d like you to solve the North Korean problem,” doesn’t work. So you have to have a certain flexibility, Number One. Number Two, from the time I took office till now, you know, it’s a very exact thing. It’s not like generalities. Do you want a Coke or anything?
AP: I’m OK, thank you. No. …
Yet what caught our attention was the following excerpt on a topic that has re-emerged in recent days in the aftermath of the spat between Julian Assange and the new CIA chief Mike Pompeo, who last week made it clear Assange’s days as a quasi-free man are numbered. And, as the following exchange between the AP and Trump notes, the president does not harbor any partcularly fond feelings for the man who has been accused of being a Russian plant or spy and crushing Hillary Clinton’s election chances. That, and so much more in the following bizarre exchange.
AP: Jeff Sessions, your attorney general, is taking a tougher line suddenly on Julian Assange, saying that arresting him is a priority. You were supportive of what WikiLeaks was doing during the campaign with the release of the Clinton emails. Do you think that arresting Assange is a priority for the United States?
TRUMP: When Wikileaks came out … never heard of Wikileaks, never heard of it. When Wikileaks came out, all I was just saying is, “Well, look at all this information here, this is pretty good stuff.” You know, they tried to hack the Republican, the RNC, but we had good defenses. They didn’t have defenses, which is pretty bad management. But we had good defenses, they tried to hack both of them. They weren’t able to get through to Republicans. No, I found it very interesting when I read this stuff and I said, “Wow.” It was just a figure of speech. I said, “Well, look at this. It’s good reading.”
AP: But that didn’t mean that you supported what Assange is doing?
TRUMP: No, I don’t support or unsupport. It was just information. They shouldn’t have allowed it to get out. If they had the proper defensive devices on their internet, you know, equipment, they wouldn’t even allow the FBI. How about this — they get hacked, and the FBI goes to see them, and they won’t let the FBI see their server. But do you understand, nobody ever writes it. Why wouldn’t (former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John) Podesta and Hillary Clinton allow the FBI to see the server? They brought in another company that I hear is Ukrainian-based.
TRUMP: That’s what I heard. I heard it’s owned by a very rich Ukrainian, that’s what I heard. But they brought in another company to investigate the server. Why didn’t they allow the FBI in to investigate the server? I mean, there is so many things that nobody writes about. It’s incredible.
AP: Can I just ask you, though — do you believe it is a priority for the United States, or it should be a priority, to arrest Julian Assange?
TRUMP: I am not involved in that decision, but if Jeff Sessions wants to do it, it’s OK with me. I didn’t know about that decision, but if they want to do it, it’s OK with me.
And while Trump may somehow not know about the DOJ’s decision to arrest Assange, we are confident he knows that any potential pardon of Assange is long gone. As for Donald Trump “loving” Wikileaks, that was so six months ago.
Now that Donald Trump showed his true colours as a Zionist (Khazarian mafia) sleeper agent, he is becoming increasingly isolated and is guilty of provable war crimes, Pentagon, CIA and other sources agree. “Trump is toast,” was how a CIA source described the situation.
Trump has been pushed by his Zionist handlers into trying to start World War 3 because these religious fanatics still think they are somehow going to start a war between “Gog” and “Magog,” kill 90% of humanity and enslave the rest. To this end Trump ordered an attack on a Syrian airbase where Russian personnel were stationed. That is also why Trump tried to start a war with nuclear armed North Korea last week.
The situation with North Korea was designed by the Zionists to provoke to ultra-macho antagonists, North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump, into a situation where neither man could back down without losing face. The North Koreans said they had a right to test missiles etc. any time they want, especially on the 105th anniversary of the birth of their country’s founding father Kim Il Sung. Trump said, “if you do that we will attack.”
So, a face saving solution was engineered with a missile that blew up immediately after launching. The North Koreans were able to claim they went ahead and did their test despite Trump’s threats. The Zionists were able to hint they sabotaged the test with unspecified secret weapons. The important point being that Zionist attempts to start World War 3 failed yet again and will continue to fail.
These provocations are just one sign there is something undeniably dysfunctional going on with the Trump presidency. A few weeks ago Trump was invoking President Andrew Jackson and hinting about nationalizing the Federal Reserve Board. Now he is saying FRB chief Janet Yellen can have another term in office. He also turned from provoking the Chinese and accusing them of being “currency manipulators” to brazenly sucking up to them and denying they manipulate their currency.
These flip flops may be connected to the arrival of yet another bankruptcy deadline for the United States Corporate Government, in this case the expected Bankruptcy of the US Corporation’s Puerto Rico subsidiary on May 1st. Despite efforts to paint this as a municipal bond type problem, this could trigger a domino effect that finally takes down Zionist central in Washington D.C.
Sources close to the Japanese emperor say the arrival in Tokyo this week of P2 Freemason lodge and Vatican representive US Vice-President Mike Pence, as well as long term Rothschild agent and US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was for the purpose of…
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Last Thursday, President Trump launched 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles on a Syrian air base in what initially appeared to be a betrayal to his campaign promises of no intervention, no World War III, and no more regime change in the Middle East.
After all, President Trump routinely referenced the deceased dictator of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, asserting that had the U.S. not deposed him in favor of regime change, the power vacuum that lead to the creation of ISIS and contributed to the Syrian civil war would have never formed.
In the moments immediately following the strike, the feeling of betrayal was palpable, as President Trump appeared to be doing exactly what Hillary Clinton would have done in his shoes: risk a third World War with Russia to topple President Assad.
However, as more information came to light, a clearer picture of this strike was formed.
1. The strike was launched as Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss trade and North Korea…
Millions of people in Northern Syria have been left without water following John McCain’s unexpected visit to the region last month.
Senator McCain made a secret visit to Northern Syria at the end of February, which was followed by a meeting with Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan. According to reports, McCain requested that Turkey shut down the supply of water going into Northern Syria as part of a plan to undermine Syrian President Assad.
According to the Kurdish Hawar News Agency, Turkey cut water supplies to Syria around Feb. 23, which subsequently forced a hydroelectric plant at the Tishrin Dam to shut down while also significantly reducing water levels on its associated reservoir. The dam supplies both water and power to key parts of northern Syria, such as the city of Manbij and other parts of the predominantly Kurdish Kobani Canton.
The dam is one of several major dams along the Euphrates River. Just downstream from Tishrin lies the Tabqa Dam and its reservoir Lake Assad, which supplies Aleppo with most of its power and drinking water, as well as irrigation water for over 640,000 hectares (2,500 square miles) of farmland. A city official in Manbij told Hawar that the city would provide generator fuel to civilians to help cope with the blackout that has resulted from the river being cut off. The same official added that Turkey had “violated the international conventions of water and rivers energy by cutting off Euphrates water.”..
Right-wing presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has offered her support for Syrian President Bashar Assad, amid the West’s continued aggression against Syria. After a meeting with Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri on Monday, Le Pen told reporters that there is “no viable and workable solution” to the Syrian civil war beyond choosing between President Assad and ISIS…
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(Jay Syrmopoulos) Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard made damning statements about the U.S. role in Syria in a CNN interview — noting that “there are no moderate rebels” — after a secret four-day fact-finding mission to Syria in which she met with everyday Syrians, and eventually met with President Bashar al-Assad.
By Jonas E. Alexis on December 14, 2016
Jim W. Dean has done it again. He has recently destroyed the New World Order ideology in Syria by saying that the US insisted “during the Aleppo negotiations with Lavrov that a three to five day ceasefire was needed BEFORE the jihadis left the city.”
This is obviously diabolical. Everyone knows that the US has yet to condemn the jihadis for killing innocent civilians and even for violating the previous cease fire in the region.
If Lavrov did accept the three-to-five-day ceasefire, then the US would almost certainly use that time to forge a covert operation which would push the Assad government to do something irrational. If Assad happens to fall in that trap, the US would use that excuse to say that Assad again must go.
Obviously New World Order agents underestimate Assad’s political and intellectual powers. During a recent interview with Russia Today, the much-debated Assad grabbed his political sword and began to roll New World Order agents’ heads. RTasked, “Palmyra is another troubled region now, and it’s now [being] taken by ISIS, but we don’t hear a lot of condemnation about it.” Assad responded:
“Exactly, because if it was captured by the government they would be worrying about the heritage. If we liberate Aleppo from the terrorists, the western officials and the mainstream media, they are going to be worrying about the civilians. They do not worry when the opposite happens, when the terrorists are killing those civilians or attacking Palmyra and destroying the human heritage, not only the Syrian heritage.”
RT again asked: “Western countries have been repeatedly asking Russia and Iran to put pressure on you to, as they put it, stop the violence. Just recently, six western nations asked Russia and Iran again to put pressure on you, asking for a ceasefire in Aleppo. At the time when your army was progressing, they were asking for a ceasefire.”
“It’s always important in politics to read between the lines, not to be literal. It doesn’t matter what they ask. The translation of their statement is for Russia [to] ‘please, stop the advancement of the Syrian Army against the terrorists.’
“That is the meaning of their statement, forget about the rest: “You went too far in defeating the terrorists, that shouldn’t happen. You should tell the Syrians to stop this. We have to keep the terrorists and to save them.”
The Syrian civilians living in Aleppo are happy that Assad, with the help of Russia, has liberated the city from the jihadis. Not a single Western media has reported that this is a good thing. The New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, Fox News, the Wall Street Journal, and all the major media conglomerates have been completely silent on this issue…
President Obama’s announcement of a waiver for arming unspecified rebel groups in Syria came shortly before the terrorist group Islamic State launched a massive attack on Palmyra. Syrian President Bashar Assad believes it was no coincidence, he told RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Syrian Army has officially liberated Aleppo after ousting rebels from their last bastions in the eastern part of the city.
Earlier on Monday, the Syrian Arab Army made significant advances leaving only three residential blocks in the hands of anti-government forces…
The Syrian army controls 93 percent of the whole territory of Aleppo, the Russian General Staff said.
India believes the Syrian crisis should be resolved in accordance with the wishes of Syria’s government and people, Indian Ambassador to Russia Pankaj Saran told Sputnik, adding that New Delhi considers Moscow’s peace efforts very important.
…from SouthFront Militant groups that operate in Aleppo city are in panic. On December 6, government forces took control of the neighborhoods of Sheikh Lutfi and Marjeh. On December 7, the Syrian army and its allies liberaed the Old Aleppo and entered the areas north and east of the Aleppo Citadel. Member groups Jaish al-Fatah…
The EU is reportedly planning to offer Damascus financial aid in exchange for allowing rebel forces stay in power in some regions of Syria. Brussels is no longer insisting on the retirement of Syrian President Bashar Assad, according to the Times. Read Full Article at RT.com
The current success of the Syrian army in Aleppo might signify that the ongoing fight against terrorism in Syria is entering its final stage. However Mark Weber, the Director of the Institute for Historical Review underlines that if it weren’t for the help provided by Russia and Iran, the Syrian government would have “never been…
The turning point in the fight for Aleppo occurred due to the high morale of the Syrian Army and skills of its commanders, according to Igor Korotchenko, chief editor of the Russian magazine National Defense.
As Syrian government forces advance in east Aleppo, liberating 50 percent of the area from the jihadists, Western journalists are calling it the “end of the Western dominance,” namely that of the US, on the international arena; meanwhile Russian Middle East experts warn against connecting the success in Syria with the political changes in the…
Credit – almasdarnews.com Aleppo, once Syria’s most populous city, has been at the center of the Syrian conflict for months as Syrian government forces, with Russian support, have fought to reclaim the city from US-backed militants as well as Islamic State (ISIS) fighters. After months of heavy fighting on both sides, and international repercussions for…
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has authorised troops in Syria to assassinate President Bashar Assad, which experts have warned will spark a war between Turkey and Russia. “We entered [Syria] to end the rule of the tyrant al-Assad who terrorizes with state terror. [We didn’t enter] for any other reason,” Erdogan announced at the first Inter-Parliamentary Jerusalem Platform Symposium…
Syrian President Bashar Assad expressed hope that the future UN chief Antonio Guterres would facilitate the cooperation on solving Syrian crisis.
Syrian President Bashar Assad said that while it’s hard to say if US President-elect Donald Trump will to his promises after moving into the White House, the US may become Syria’s “natural ally” if it starts fighting terrorists instead of shielding them. Read Full Article at RT.com
President-elect Donald Trump has declared that on his watch the United States will stop supporting ISIS and militant opposition groups in Syria. Instead the U.S. will work with Russia and the Syrian government to defeat ISIS and the terrorist organizations attempting to overthrow Assad’s government. Trump stated that while he “did not like [Mr Assad]…