With Putin Comes Conflict
I find it interesting that 9/11 happened soon after Vladimir Putin was inaugurated on May 7th, 2000. Now, after Putin’s 2nd inauguration he is warning that the conflict in Syria will worsen. I guess Putin is psychic or does he know something that we do not?
Russia does have a radical Muslim problem, but interestingly they don’t have an Al Qaeda problem. Why is that if the propaganda on the Internet states that the CIA created Al Qaeda? Wrong, the CIA created the Mujahadeen and they changed names and switched sides after the Soviet-Afghan conflict ended.
This new terrorist organization renamed Al Qaeda focused on the USA rather than Russia? Don’t you find it suspicious that the Cold War ended and then mysteriously a new ‘phantom’ terrorist organization appears out of thin air and targets the USA? Don’t you find it suspicious that Libertarians tend to be huge fans of the Russian media and they are also pushing the Kremlin’s propaganda.
They want the American people to NOT look at Russia as the root of Islamic terrorism. Meanwhile; all of these Muslim terrorists seem to have Russian made weapons. Russia built a nuclear plant for Iran, the #1 Islamic terrorist state in the world, but the media downplays the association.
I called out one of the stooges from Amnesty International about this the other day on Twitter. They just bring up the fact that Russia is supplying weapons to Syria rather than the entire association between Islamic terrorism and the Kremlin. I am a little tired of all of these media conspiracies to cover up the truth on many issues. It shows the the great danger that the entire world is in, not just the USA.
The left wingers loved to shout “No war for oil” when Bush was president, but now they are silent. Why? Well, Obama is going by the Communist playbook via Moscow. Sure, the Russians appear to be upset, but they are not as long as a Socialist is at the helm of the USA.
Who benefits from major conflicts in the Middle East? The Russians do, because they are the #1 oil exporter in the world. Also, the Russians will make billions of dollars from weapon sales to Syria via their Iranian proxies. You will never read analysis like this anywhere else.