Anti-Putin propaganda begins the day Russia starts hammering ISIS in Syria

Anti-Putin Propaganda Begins: ‘Moderate’ Terrorists Complain Russia Bombed Them

21st Century Wire says…

You really could not make this up.

Today has marked the official start of Russia’s bombing campaign against ISIS, and the Western establishment has taken to mainstream media to launch a propaganda campaign against Putin’s efforts.

That campaign takes the form of reports that have emerged claiming that supposedly ‘non-ISIS’ rebels have been bombed by Russian jets.

The Independent, a British outlet, says thatactivists in Homs and Hama provinces have posted images and video online claiming to show Russian planes bombing groups of non-Isis rebels who are fighting Bashar al-Assad’s forces‘.

There are numerous glaring problems with this assessment. The first, obviously, being that anonymous ‘activists’ provided the information. The second being that the video that news outlet links to shows no jets at all, let alone ‘Russian planes’. The third is that those ‘non-ISIS rebels’ are still ‘fighting Bashar al-Assad’s forces’, who are the main anti-ISIS force in the entire country, which makes them part of the problem.

A whole lot of hot air. (Photo Credit: YouTube)

The outlet even admits that jihadists ‘sometimes co-operate with Free Syrian Army in its battles against Isis and government forces‘. At what point does cooperation become amalgamation? It has been widely understood for some time that there are no ‘moderates’ in the opposition and the FSA is just as bad as the rest.

Technically, Assad and his government is the internationally recognised, legal entity in sovereign control of Syria, which means anyone fighting, violently, against him is a terrorist. For those in disagreement, aside from suggesting study of international relations, we offer this definition of terrorism:

The unofficial or unauthorized use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims.

This is an obvious response to the humiliation the West’s Syrian policies faced this week from Putin at the UNGA, where he delivered a landmark speech exposing Western crimes and failuresin the region.

We await the arrival of a political opposition force and the Syrian Gandhi, Rosa Parks or Martin Luther King, because the FSA is certainly not it. In the mean time, let us hope that Russia can get the job done and help to establish an environment where a political opposition can be successful.

8 Responses to “Anti-Putin propaganda begins the day Russia starts hammering ISIS in Syria”

  1. Jennifer says:

    Yeah. And of course, there’s bbc R4 Today this morning, as usual with the nwo agenda, claiming that the Russians are hitting civilian targets and killing CHILDREN. Despicable.

    • sovereigntea says:

      BBC Zion … Are they giving material support and assistance to terrorists ? Isn’t that a crime ?

      By falsifying the news the BBC are Buggering the future of British Children

      Danny Cohen, Director, Television
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      James Harding was born in London. He was educated at St. Paul’s School and studied History at Trinity College, Cambridge.

      He joined the Financial Times in 1994 and, among other things, served as Shanghai Correspondent, Media Editor and Washington Bureau Chief. He joined The Times in 2006 as Business and City Editor and worked as Editor from 2007 to 2012.

      He is the author of Alpha Dogs, How Political Spin Became a Global Business.
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  2. Gordon says:

    Russia, as allied to Syria had received a letter for help from Assad unlike America whom roller coasted UN Security Council for approval to attack Syria and entered that country on the falsehood that Assad used gas on his own people. Hmm, now where have I heard that one before?

    Western controlled countries are out in full force with their controlled media to denounce and incriminate Russia for their “interference” claiming Russia has attacked innocent civilians. These same are so quick to forget the millions of innocent people they have murdered throughout the middle and far east on the falsehood of weapons of mass destruction.

    • sovereigntea says:

      Quite and we can confirm that too, the Ruskis have ticked the legal boxes whereas the likes of France acted illegally bombing a sovereign state.

      Rather comically Ash Carter ironically claims that bombing the terrorists wont be an effective strategy. Perhaps only US bombs do the trick LOL.

      At a press briefing Wednesday afternoon Secretary of Defense Ashe Carter took questions from the media on the Russian airstrike in Syria. Carter said the nation’s actions “reflect what they said they would do.”

      “Are you confident that the Russians are acting in good faith or do you think that perhaps they might be messing with you?” a BBC reporter asked the secretary.

      “I take the Russians at their word,” Carter responded. “They’re exceptionally clear about what they’re saying and their actions now seem to reflect what they said they were going to do. So my problem isn’t that I don’t understand what they’re doing. I think my problem is that I think what they are doing will backfire and is counterproductive.”

      “If you’re asking if I am surprised at that, I’m not,” Carter later said when he was asked to clarify the remarks.

      Presidency: Sending of Russian air forces to Syria carried out upon request from Syrian state

      In response to questions about the presence of Russian air forces in Syria, the Presidency of the Syrian Arab Republic said that the sending of Russian air forces was carried out upon a request of the Syrian state conveyed via a letter sent by President Bashar al-Assad to President Vladimir Putin.

      A statement issued by the Presidency said that after the Russian Federation Council ratified a bill allowing President Putin to deploy Russian air forces abroad, questions were directed to the Presidency about the formula regulating the presence of Russian air forces in Syria, and the statement asserted that relations between states are governed by international accords, laws, and agreements signed between states for realizing their peoples’ interests and guaranteeing the safety and integrity of their lands.

      The statement said that based on that, the sending of Russia air forces to Syria was carried out upon the request of the Syrian state via a message sent by President al-Assad and President Putin which included an invitation to send Russian air forces within the framework of President Putin’s initiative to combat terrorism.

  3. beLIEve says:

    Tsk, tsk, looks like Putin is RATtling the khazar cage !

    • Truth will prevail says:

      Syria – What is really going on and Why

      Here’s the politically correct Zionist version of the Syrian “civil war“ conflict

      The US-Israeli Zionist Jews and their geopolitical objectives completely and conveniently left out of the equation…

      They are really trying hard to bring about global war, step by step

      Russia must act carefully not to be dragged into an escalation of the conflict. The US-Zionist state terrorists and their minions have tried in the Ukraine (unsuccessfully for now, but they keep pushing for more war). They use either “Nazis“ or “IS“ or whatever as their tools to wage their proxy wars. All stage managed, faked. Sick of it!!!

      • beLIEve says:

        If, I was a gambler I would put my money on Putin….
        and, keep my fingers crossed !

  4. Lynn says:

    He has blown up the Izrahell and CIA Mcaun camps. There is no lsis it is a Psyop. There rat lines of supplies are destroyed. Now who they gonna run to. No air drops from the USA or bombers from the koshers. All coming out now. Go Mr Putin sir. The secret is no secret anymore.

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