Putin War Warning, Syria Update, Clinton Benghazi Terror Lie, MSM False Narrative

by Greg Hunter, USA Watchdog The biggest headline this week came from Sochi, Russia, and it plays right along the increasing war theme. Vladimir Putting is worried that the chances of a wider global war are increasing and not decreasing. At a global conference discussing war and peace prospects, Putin said, “We had the right to expect that work on development of US missile defense system would stop. But nothing like it happened, and it continues. This is a very dangerous scenario, harmful for all, including the United States itself. The deterrent of nuclear weapons has started to lose its value, and some have even got the illusion that a real victory of one of the sides can be achieved in a global conflict, without irreversible consequences for the winner itself – if there is a winner at all.” Russia is stabilizing the Assad regime in Syria. Russia war planes have been pounding the so- called Syrian rebels and, for the most part, the U.S. is going along with it. The U.S. and Russia have set a deal that will ensure there will be no accident in the air between the two countries in the skies over Syria. Meanwhile, the battle for Aleppo in Syria is raging. Without airpower, the probability of victory for the rebels is dim. This doesn’t mean everything will be over soon, quite the contrary. Saudi Arabia and every other Sunni Muslim country is vowing to send more resources against Iran and Hezbollah, who are providing most of the foot soldiers in the Syrian war. The latest country to threaten to get involved militarily is Qatar. Why is this important? The U.S. has a military base in Doha. If Qatar goes on the offensive in Syria, it leaves them open to attack. Of course, that could involve the U.S. The same is true for other countries friendly to the U.S. such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia, who all are not happy with Iran’s involvement in Syria. Oddly enough, Israel has quietly opened up a hot-line with Russia. Reuters is reporting that an unnamed high ranking Israeli source says Russia’s intervention in stabilizing Syria, leaving Assad in place, is “not necessarily bad” even if it does involve Iran and Hezbollah. The long short story is things will get much worse in the Middle East before they get better. Continue Reading>>>

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