This was definitely not supposed to happen. It seems that an Israeli military man with the rank of colonel was “caught with IS pants down.” By that I mean he was captured amid a gaggle of so-called IS–or Islamic State or ISIS or DAESH depending on your…
While we patiently dig to find who the on and offshore "commodity trading" middleman are, who cart away ISIS oil to European and other international markets in exchange for hundreds of millions of dollars, one name keeps popping up as the primary culprit of regional demand for the Islamic State's "terrorist oil" - that of Turkish president Recep Erdogan's son: Bilal Erdogan.
Thus Russia continues wiping out all objectives near the Turkish border, utterly ignoring the interests of Turkey (previously observed). It can now be affirmed that Turkey no longer is getting cheap oil, the militants can't get normal supplies, and border crossings by Turkish vehicles will be stopped by strikes from the Russian Air Force.
These sanctions, like all the rest, show a surreal undertone. The chess president! Why? Is it on behalf of Kasparov? Ridiculous! But what they show is, if I read properly, how the US Administration and the Turkish government are in league. Are they sanctions against Russia for the downing of the Russian bomber by Turkey?!? For fighting terrorism in Syria? Hard to understand!
The reaction of the American party on these actions is surprising.
In particular, officials in the US Embassy in Moscow claimed that (quote): “the deployment of these systems will further complicate the already difficult situation in the skies over Syria”.
What is to be said?
By the end of Tuesday, the Russian Ministry of Defence had mainly shared that opinion being sure that the Russian aircraft making strikes on the ISIS were secured from attacks of the so-called anti-ISIS coalition led by the USA.
Now the Russian Ministry of defence will ensure the safety of the aircraft of the Russian air group during actions against the terrorists of the ISIS and other terrorist groupings using more reliable methods.
It is a pity that the Commission has implemented Merkel's kneebending policy to Erdogan, and granted him just after the Russian bomber destruction $3bn to stop the migrant flood, which he himself unleashed to blackmail the EC. The money that Merkel refused Member state Greece...
We note that just the other day Ukraine was among four countries who voted against the UN resolution on the inadmissibility of glorifying Nazism. In addition to Ukraine, Canada, the Republic of Palau, and the US opposed the resolution.
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