Russia and the Syria no fly zone – update from Gordon Logan

  1. The latest news today is that Russia will indeed implement a no fly zone in the region. Russian Defence Minister Sergey Shoigu has just announced that Russia will deploy the world’s most sophisticated air defence system in Syria. The S-400 Triunf SAM system can start by knocking out Cameron’s obsolete Tornados, which Britain has been using to kill Arabs for the last 25 years. Russia is also deploying a SAM missile cruiser. So bring it on, Dave.

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  2. A slight correction: Richard Sakwa of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, believes that the United Kingdom will PROBABLY be wiped out. He isn’t absolutely certain. Sir Roderic Lyne, who rules the RIIA with an iron hand and is mad (in video below), believes that the UK must have a showdown with Russia.

    TAP – Here is mad Rod talking on Ukraine a while back.

    More from Gordon from Veterans Today

    1. November 25, 2015 at 6:08 am
      Well, so much for those who swore up and down he’d do nothing. Nothing like isolating yourself against a world power. That’s gotta be a helpless feeling and the promises that the US/NATO must’ve made in the days leading up to the attack are probably sounding a bit hollow and strained now. The main impact of Turkeys strangulation will no doubt be economic and isolation, not an actual bombing into the stone age. But the former will be a slow death and probably more devastating in the long run then the latter. I didn’t expect Putin to fall for the ruse and provocation, no matter how livid he must have been. And more people in the States have been shook loose from their comatose state of denial and are actually starting to look the truth in the eye.

    The following is a comment from Veterans today: “The goal is to move Putin off the mark (IS) and involve him in multiple confrontations. Bog him down and spread him thin. He’s already seen through that thin disguise. By staying the course and ignoring the provocations and invitations he does far more damage to the NWO/Zionists than he does if he allows himself to get sucked into WW3. And we all know Israel hides behind the skirt of the US military. What are they gonna do besides snipe from the shadows? They’re not going to directly confront Russia in the skies and if they are stupid enough to do that now, he can blast them out of the sky and there’s nothing the US or NATO can or will do about it. The US doesn’t have the balls to directly confront Russia any more than cowardly Israel does.. We’ve seen that clearly enough from the recent cowardly round of attacks. Say what you want but the man is not stupid and has shown more balls, commitment and resolve than the rest of the players combined. He’ll ultimately outlast them and win, because he won’t give them what they want.”

    November 25, 2015 at 6:16 am
    I was watching the MSM last night and saw a piece where a US service member got on and said that the US military heard “the whole thing” with the Turkish F16’s reportedly hailing the Russian SU-24’s for 5 minutes on the guard frequency, to which there allegedly was no response from the Russian planes. This essentially confirms a set-up by the Turks to create an incident with the full complicity of the US. The US military would not have made such a comment unless approved for release at the highest levels, and certainly it would not have been made at such a juncture. The protocol would have been a thorough investigation and then, if appropriate, the release of the investigation results in a controlled environment, and after consultations regarding the findings with both the Turks and the Russians. This was a staged event, as were President Obama’s comments at the “serendipitously” timed news conference yesterday.
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8 Responses to “Russia and the Syria no fly zone – update from Gordon Logan”

  1. Gordon Logan says:

    Another comment from Veterans Today:
    November 25, 2015 at 6:16 am
    I was watching the MSM last night and saw a piece where a US service member got on and said that the US military heard “the whole thing” with the Turkish F16’s reportedly hailing the Russian SU-24’s for 5 minutes on the guard frequency, to which there allegedly was no response from the Russian planes. This essentially confirms a set-up by the Turks to create an incident with the full complicity of the US. The US military would not have made such a comment unless approved for release at the highest levels, and certainly it would not have been made at such a juncture. The protocol would have been a thorough investigation and then, if appropriate, the release of the investigation results in a controlled environment, and after consultations regarding the findings with both the Turks and the Russians. This was a staged event, as were President Obama’s comments at the “serendipitously” timed news conference yesterday.

    • sovereigntea says:

      This commenter’s has seemingly been deployed to muddy the waters too.

      Idiots the Russians dumped the radar data on video. Wonder where they flying Dutchman was LOL.

      Here is another this time a “Dutch Pilot” who just happened to be in the area at the time.

      Gennady & Lidiya Sevastyanov November 25, 2015 at 12:59 pm

      Dutch pilot who flew close to the crash site of the Russian Su-24, I saw that Russian pilot did not react to the warnings of the Turkish military pilots.
      “The crew of the Russian military aircraft that violated the airspace of Turkey, did not respond to the warning the Turkish Air Force,” – said the Dutchman on the air RTL 4, reported Anadolu Agency.
      He also noted that the Turkish F-16s did not go to the territory of Syria. Dutch pilot is sure that the Russian aircraft was shot down over the territory of Turkey.

      source http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/11/25/moskva-on-station-now-controls-turkish-skies/

      What utter bollocks the flying dutchman was so close that he could see the Russian plane did not react ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

  2. demio says:

    what is a Swiss army logo doing on weapons used by Syrian rebels?
    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=27a_1448375727

    • ian says:

      Just the Ratchilds doing their bit for world peace.

    • sovereigntea says:

      I would suggest that the logo is more wermacht than swiss the real info is in the serial number. Try Hi Res video & zoom on that which clearly identifies the weapon & its source.

      TOW 2 Launcher Guided Missile M220E4 M83 Traversing Unit

      You can read the serial number on the weapon … the weapon that can be traced by its serial number. It required an export licence from the US.
      The serial number makes it possible for the supply chain to be identified.

      From Raytheon then where ?

      Should any intelligence agencies decide to act in the national interest.

      Here is the instruction manual
      http://x2t.com/415032

      • ian says:

        easily tracked back to a load of crooks.

      • sovereigntea says:

        CROOKS INDEED & WORSE.

        Leadership

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  3. demio says:

    anything but Swiss involvement

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