Russia Is Deploying The Largest Naval Force Since The Cold War For Syria: NATO Diplomat


Just moments ago we reported that in the latest escalation involving Syria, the Russian aircraft carrier Kuznetsov was now sailing past Norway on its way to Syria, where it is expected to arrive in just under 2 weeks.  As part of the carrier naval group, Russia also deployed an escort of seven other Russian ships, which we dubbed the “most powerful Russian naval task force to sail in northern Europe since 2014” according to Russia’s Nezavisimaya Gazeta daily reports.

It turns out it it was even bigger, because according to a NATO diplomat cited by Reuters, Russia is “deploying all of the Northern fleet and much of the Baltic fleet in the largest surface deployment since the end of the Cold War,” the diplomat said on condition of anonymity.

“This is not a friendly port call. In two weeks, we will see a crescendo of air attacks on Aleppo as part of Russia’s strategy to declare victory there,” the diplomat said. Continue reading

Russia: Ready With Forceful, Asymmetrical Measures if U.S. Adds Sanctions

Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. counterpart Barack Obama on the sidelines of the G20 Leaders Summit in Hangzhou on September 5, 2016. (Credit: Alexei Druzhinin/AFP)


Russia is able to take asymmetrical and forceful measures if the United States introduces tougher sanctions on Russia, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told lawmakers on Wednesday.

Britain and the United States said on Sunday they were considering imposing additional sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters for their actions in Syria’s war. Continue reading

Norwegian surveillance photos show Russian warships, said to be bound for Syria

Photos of the vessels, which include the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov and the Pyotr Velikiy battle cruiser, were taken near Andoya island, in northern Norway on Monday. Continue reading

Russia Out On Plutonium Deal with the US

The lower house of the Russian parliament on Wednesday approved President Vladimir Putin’s decree on suspending a plutonium accord with the United States, Russian news agencies reported.

(MOSCOW) – The Kremlin said it was taking that action in response to unfriendly acts by Washington. It made the announcement shortly before Washington said it was suspending talks with Russia on trying to end the violence in Syria. Continue reading

The big Mosul offensive is stuck, halted by ISIS

Less than a day after its launch, the big Mosul offensive prepared for more than a year by the US, the Iraqi army, Kurdish forces and others, ground to a halt Tuesday Oct. 17, debkafile’s military sources report – although none of the parties admitted as much.  Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi said his troops were busy opening up corridors for some million civilians to escape, while US sources suggested that the Islamic State would use primitive chemical weapons against the advancing Iraqi and Kurdish forces.

Both had the ring of cover stories to account for the spearhead forces, the Iraq army’s 9th Armored Division and the Federal Police special anti-terror units, being thrown back Tuesday on their way to Mosul from the east and the south, while still 10-15km short of the city. They sustained heavy losses in lives and hardware.

The 9th Division and its newly-supplied heavy US Abrahams tanks were stopped at al-Hamdaniyah outside Mosul and retreated, recalling a previous defeat at ISIS hands in June 2014, when troops of the same division fled under Islamist attack, leaving their tanks behind. Continue reading

Russia Roundtable – War with Russia: Why it Might Happen Before the Inauguration


Just How Soon Could Russia Strike the U.S.?

It Might be Very Soon. Here’s Why.

It is not the word I would like to share, but it is what my insights and my friends’ conclude. It’s become a cliché, being a “watchman on the wall”, but I feel it’s a responsibility to share this.

Last week, Jeff (JR) Nyquist, Benjamin Baruch, and I appeared together on Omega Man Radio with host Shannon Davis. We talked for almost three hours about the late-breaking news concerning Russian civil defense exercises, re positioning missiles for possible usage in eastern Europe, and continued massing of armies along their borders. We’ve seen this type of activity before: it heralds war. Russian analyst and “mad prophet and apocalypticist” Alexander Dugin has been preaching that World War III is already underway. Continue reading

WW3: ‘Get ready for Russian invasion’ Americans in Alaska told to prep for IMMINENT ATTACK

Most may not be aware, and it may sound strange, but the battle of Hamon Gog referenced in the Bible (Ezekiel 38, 39) is in Alaska, not physically next to the nation of Israel.

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RESIDENTS of the US state of Alaska – just 50 miles from the Russia border – are being warned they may be invaded by Vladimir Putin’s troops.

An unnamed former senior military officer has apparently claimed all evidence shows Russian submarines will enter the US via the small village of Wasilla, in Alaska.According to the ex-Navy brass, the stretch of coastline is totally unprotected and would be ideal to stage an attack from.

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Russia now a key force in the Middle East

Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, right, at the World Energy Congress in Istanbul on Oct. 10. © AP


TOKYO — On Sept. 28, when OPEC made a surprise agreement to cut oil production, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry had a heated phone conversation with his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov. A cease-fire in Syria brokered by the U.S. and Russia was on the brink of collapse. Kerry and Lavrov would continue to talk during the following two days but in the end failed to keep the truce alive.

On Oct. 3, the U.S. government proclaimed bilateral peace talks regarding Syria dead.

Just like that, Russia has emerged as the decisive force in two situations reshaping Middle East politics — the Syrian civil war and oil prices.

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Iran Launches War Drills Amid Accusations U.S. Breaking Nuke Deal

Uses American-made jets, planes in air force drills

Iran’s Artesh Air Force kicked off a three-day series of drills aimed at displaying the Islamic Republic’s air might, according to Iranian military officials who told the country’s state-run press that the drills are in preparations for upcoming war.

“The goal of holding this drill is the creation of readiness so as to be able to combat any threat, and should a war occur, the Air Force will be the first force to enter the battlefield,” Iranian Air Force Gen. Masoud Rouzkhosh was quoted as saying, according to independent translations of the original Farsi provided to the Washington Free Beacon. “The newest armaments of the Air Force like precision-guided bombs and laser-guided missiles will be used in this year’s drill.” Continue reading

Obama Quietly Empowers Iran’s Military

  • This sanctions relief not only gives legitimacy to the Revolutionary Guards globally, but emboldens and empowers Iran’s elite military unit by allowing them legally to conduct business and transfer money.
  • Many Iranian companies are owned by senior figures from Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and judiciary who have been involved in crimes against humanity, violating international laws, breaching UN resolutions, money laundering and monstrous human rights violations. Nevertheless, the new sanctions relief allows foreign companies to do business with them without repercussions.
  • Furthermore, the Obama administration secretly agreed to remove sanctions on several Iranian banks, including banks have long been sanctioned by the UN due to their illegal activities in missile financing and skirting UN security resolutions regarding the arms embargo.

Iranian leaders have become cognizant of the fact that their hardball political tactics pay off very well with President Obama. They continue to obtain concessions from President Obama even in his last few months in office. They see that intransigence works with the White House, and that threatening the U.S. will lead to Obama offering more concessions to Iran. For Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), giving concessions means weakness.

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World War 3 Update: Russia Tells US Get Ready for War

Russian military experts have threatened the United States and asked it to be prepared for World War 3 to commence soon.

Where America is blaming Russia for the Syria conflict, Russia has accused the US of “unprecedented threats” and “borderline insolence” on Sunday. This has come following the failure of attempts of talks on the ceasefire in Syria. Continue reading

Russia Advising its citizens How to Prepare for Nuclear War Warning US Intends to Attack


Just as Obama keeps ratcheting up the allegations that Russia will hack the elections to ensure Trump wins, in Russia they are warning their citizens that war is coming and it maybe nuclear. They are warning that NATO is retrofitting tactical aircraft for the use of nuclear weapons, “which is sign of preparation for war with Russia”.  A whole website has gone up in Russia dedicated to the World War III and one offering advice and how to prepare. Continue reading

CIA readies itself for cyber-attack on Russia

Well, it can’t be too covert any more now that it has publicly announced, can it? Anyone else mishandling covert and/or classified information in such a manner would land in prison for life.


“Covert” action against Russia planned by Obama administration says NBC report

The CIA is preparing to launch a cyber-attack against Russia, according to reports from NBC News.

It was reported that US intelligence officials said the attack was in retaliation for alleged Russian interference in the upcoming presidential election. Continue reading

Russia & Turkey carve anti-US enclaves in Syria

US President Barack Obama told Pentagon and military chiefs he met Friday, Oct. on Oct. 14, that instead of arming anti-Assad rebel groups in Syria, Washington was going back to negotiations with Moscow for cooperation in achieving a cessation of hostilities in the Syrian war.

Beyond the high words, recriminations and the unspeakable horrors attending the battle for Aleppo, Obama never seriously considered providing the anti-Syrian rebels holed up in Aleppo with the anti-air weapons they need to shoot down the Russian and Syrian warplanes blitzing them – any more than UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s statement that it was time for British military involvement in the Syrian war was for real [sic]

Above all, Britain is short of the military heft for backing up hypothetical intentions. Continue reading

Russia says to sign S-400 air defence deal with India

Russian President Vladimir Putin will seal a deal with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an upcoming visit to deliver Moscow’s most advanced air defence system, the Kremlin said Thursday.

“An agreement on the delivery of S-400 ‘Triumph’ anti-missile defence systems and other deals will be signed as a result of the talks,” Russian news agencies quoted Putin aide Yuri Ushakov as saying, without specifying a timeframe. Continue reading