Russia is Now betting on Asia Due to Perennial Western Double-Cross

When Mikael Gorbachev shook hands with Ronald Reagan to “tear down the wall,” it was with the understanding that the US would not attack Russia in any form, in the future.

(Original Caption) Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev and U.S. President Ronald Reagan reach across the conference table to shake hands as the third summit session begin.

Not only that the US reneged on that solemn contract in the late 80s, it’s now back to the “Russians are evil” Cold War rhetoric.

Not to mention the constant, behind the scenes claim that a certain Leo Wanta has made some trillion bucks betting against the Soviet currency, as per Reagan instruction to use the gains of that currency warfare to help the US economy. Is there any iota of morality to the claim?

How many times did the Obama administration wasted FM Lavrov’s time attending “fruitless gatherings” with State Secretary John Kerry?

So, instead of reducing the animosity of the Cold War, the West is sending troops and war materiel along the Russian border, and the continued installation of missile defense systems in Europe, South Korea and Japan, which can easily be used to send nuclear warheads into Russia and China, are not helping either.

That’s the current situation that some Russian patriots cannot tolerate anymore. They have prodded Vladimir Putin and all other high-ranking Moscow officials to stop wasting their time talking to anybody from the US and EU, and start looking South, i.e. Asia, instead.

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In the video above, it is noticeable that the President of Russia is diligently taking some notes as patriot Vladimir Zhirinovsky delineates the rationale, of historic proportions, about why Russia needs to go southward.

So that, it should not come as a total surprise why Syria boldly shot down an Israeli jet operating in Palmyra, days ago.

It was the Russians who provided a real time target coordinates to the Syrian Army.

Although they are now downplaying their losses as the standard practice, the Israeli air defense force is reportedly shocked at the realization that they can be shot down anytime their arrogance compelled them to intrude on other territories, by an “upgraded Russian S-200 interceptor.”

Aside from being actively involved in the toppling of the Western-Zionist terrorist invasion of Syria, the Russian military is also now preparing to mediate with the rival factions, if not topple outright the UN recognized government in Tripoli.

A small contingent of Russia reconnaissance and military advisory group is reported to have landed in the outskirts of Egypt near the Libyan border.

According to Reuters,

Exclusive: Russia appears to deploy forces in Egypt, eyes on Libya role – sources

By Phil Stewart, Idrees Ali and Lin Noueihed | WASHINGTON/CAIRO

WASHINGTON/CAIRO Russia appears to have deployed special forces to an airbase in western Egypt near the border with Libya in recent days, U.S., Egyptian and diplomatic sources say, a move that would add to U.S. concerns about Moscow’s deepening role in Libya.

Russian Special Forces
Russian Special Forces

The U.S. and diplomatic officials said any such Russian deployment might be part of a bid to support Libyan military commander Khalifa Haftar, who suffered a setback with an attack on March 3 by the Benghazi Defence Brigades (BDB) on oil ports controlled by his forces.

The U.S. officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the United States has observed what appeared to be Russian special operations forces and drones at Sidi Barrani, about 60 miles (100 km) from the Egypt-Libya border.

Egyptian security sources offered more detail, describing a 22-member Russian special forces unit, but declined to discuss its mission. They added that Russia also used another Egyptian base farther east in Marsa Matrouh in early February.

The apparent Russian deployments have not been previously reported.

This latest Russian activity follows the reported talk between Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar and his Russian counterparts aboard the Kuznetsov aircraft carrier.

“On January 11, 2017, Commander of the Libyan National Army Marshal Khalifa Belqasim Haftar paid a visit to the heavy aircraft-carrying cruiser Admiral Kuznetsov, traveling to its home base as part of the Northern Fleet’s air carrier group,” the statement said.”

Khalifa Haftar is recognized to be a powerful warlord who controls not only the eastern part of the war-torn country, but also most of its vast oil deposits.

“According to Russian newspaper Izvestia, Abdel Basset Badri, Haftar’s special representative who also serves as Libya’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia, visited Moscow on September 27 to deliver the request addressed to both Russian President Vladimir Putin and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

Mr. Badri held talks with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, Russian newspaper Izvestia reported, citing a diplomatic source familiar with the situation.”

Libya is now torn between rival armed factions, Daesh and Al Qaeda included, with at least two of them issuing non-interchangeable bank notes that are expected to plunge the country further back with inflation, the primary objective of the Khazarian Jews to counter the late Muammar Gaddafi’s gold-backed African continental currency.

Aside from actively involved in resolving the Middle East quagmire, and a solid multi-faceted cooperation with China through the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and the BRICS Alliance, Russia is now actively pursuing a peaceful resolution to its Kuril spat with Japan, among other progressive cooperations,

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, third left, and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, second left, during two-plus-two talks with Japanese defense and foreign ministers in Tokyo.

The Russian defense minister said that Russia informed Japan on the current situation in Syria and invited the country to join the demining program.

… and has started engaging the ASEAN countries in more concrete terms.

Bloomberg reports,

Russia Steps Up Efforts to Win Friends Across Southeast Asia

by David Tweed March 17, 2017, 3:44 PM GMT+8

The highest ranking Russian military official to visit Thailand in a decade will wrap up four days of talks Friday as Moscow further deepens ties with Southeast Asia.

Colonel General Oleg Salyukov, the commander-in-chief of Russian land forces.
Colonel General Oleg Salyukov, the commander-in-chief of Russian land forces.

After stopping first in Laos, Colonel General Oleg Salyukov, the commander-in-chief of Russian land forces, was scheduled to meet senior Thai military officials including Defense Forces chief General Surapong Suwana-adth. Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is expected to visit Thailand later this year to mark the 120th anniversary of bilateral relations.

Since hosting the first ever meeting of Association of Southeast Asian Nations defense ministers in Moscow last April, Russia has worked to diversify its economic, diplomatic and security ties throughout the region. That includes longtime U.S. allies in the region like Thailand and the Philippines, as well as Vietnam, Laos and Indonesia, according to an appraisal of its 2016 diplomatic outcomes.

In January, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he’d consider joint naval exercises with Russia, months after deciding to reduce military drills with the U.S., the Philippine’s long-term treaty ally.

Russia intends to reestablish its military bases in Vietnam and Cuba.

Likewise, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is now on an official visit to Myanmar and Thailand, as a prelude to his visit to Russia next month.

This obvious realignment of alliances across the Asian region is only the latest manifestation of the once covert efforts to undermine the Khazarian influence around the world.

We would have preferred to see the recently installed US administration to be part of this global effort to rid the planet of the Khazarian Mafia, but it seems that Goldman Sachs operators are still in control of the White House.

That’s why Vladimir Putin has stopped second guessing the current situation.

While other observers have already made their verdict, we are down to four months before we will conclude that indeed Trump is just another shill for The Enterprise.

4 thoughts on “Russia is Now betting on Asia Due to Perennial Western Double-Cross”

  1. While Ronald Reagan was talking peace with Gorbachev, Leo Wanta was bilking Russian leadership into bankruptcy. Instead of “Wanta´s winnings” being used to repay US debt, they have been scattered over bank accounts controlled by George H. W. Bush and the U.S. CIA.

  2. The WAR MONGERING… Kagans….aka Victoria Nuland….. are back on the war-path according to the following link.

    The Kagans Are Back; Wars to Follow
    March 15, 2017

    The neocon royalty Kagans are counting on Democrats and liberals to be the foot soldiers in the new neocon campaign to push Republicans and President Trump into more “regime change” wars, reports Robert Parry.

    By Robert Parry

    The Kagan family, America’s neoconservative aristocracy, has reemerged having recovered from the letdown over not gaining its expected influence from the election of Hillary Clinton and from its loss of official power at the start of the Trump presidency.

    Former Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs Victoria Nuland, who pushed for the Ukraine coup and helped pick the post-coup leaders. (She is the wife of neocon theorist Robert Kagan.)

    Back pontificating on prominent op-ed pages, the Family Kagan now is pushing for an expanded U.S. military invasion of Syria and baiting Republicans for not joining more enthusiastically in the anti-Russian witch hunt over Moscow’s alleged help in electing Donald Trump.

    In a Washington Post op-ed on March 7, Robert Kagan, a co-founder of the Project for the New American Century and a key architect of the Iraq War, jabbed at Republicans for serving as “Russia’s accomplices after the fact” by not investigating more aggressively.

    Then, Frederick Kagan, director of the Critical Threats Project at the neocon American Enterprise Institute, and his wife, Kimberly Kagan, president of her own think tank, Institute for the Study of War, touted the idea of a bigger U.S. invasion of Syria in a Wall Street Journal op-ed on March 15.

  3. CIA Drug Wars Could Explain Why Syrian ‘Rebels’, ISIS Violence Fuelled by Captagon Pills

    When commenting on the horrors of ISIS and all of their violent videos promoted around the clock by CNN and other mainstream media outlets, I will often hear people say, “This is just pure evil. How could they do such horrible things?” Far from being some existential mystery, there are answers to these questions, but if you are waiting for your elected representatives or their highly paid media surrogates to provide any, you will be waiting in vain.

    This week, yet another clue surfaced when Lebanon’s Daily Star reported:

    “The Internal Security Forces announced Tuesday that an operation to smuggle 3.5 million Captagon pills into Saudi Arabia has been foiled…”

    “Captagon? Never heard of it,” would be your standard answer in the west.

    This story is much deeper than most people realize. Captagon is a highly addictive compound, presently produced in places like Lebanon and Syria and currently expanding to other locations across the region. Here’s where it gets interesting: its proceeds inject hundreds of millions of dollars back into Syria’s black-market. It would not be an exaggeration to say that this is one of the main drivers of this war.

    This is one item which US officials generally will not comment on, much less try and mitigate. The reason for this is simple: Captagon is a major asset in the US Coalition’s primary directive in Syria: to destabilize the state and overthrow the government of Bashar al Assad in Damascus.

    The drug gives Washington’s “rebels” a crucial edge.

    “A powerful amphetamine tablet based on the original synthetic drug known as “fenethylline,” Captagon quickly produces a euphoric intensity in users, allowing Syria’s fighters to stay up for days, killing with a numb, reckless abandon.” (Source: Washington Post)

    Pills sell for between $5 and $20 per tablet and according to a report filed by The Guardian is popular with western-backed ‘rebels’ and fellow travellers from western Europe who don’t follow, “strict interpretations of Islamic law.”

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