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State Department Issues Vielded Threat on Russian Cities

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posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 12:45 AM

“Extremist groups will continue to exploit the vacuums that are there in Syria to expand their operations, which could include attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities. Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags, and will continue to lose resources, perhaps even aircraft,” #John Kirby, the State Department's spokesperson, told reporters at Wednesday's press briefing.

It is, well its getting ugly, lets just say that. So Those were his words at today's recent Press Briefing. We will also see him claim influence with rebels in the area, that's common knowledge at this point as well. Still, the world already knows the State Department is ordering DOD to conduct operations there utilizing these vividly demonstrated wild men to continue erasing Syria's infrastructure, culture, and general population. It is becoming so desperate there, even with Turkeys border held open for full on logistical support to the north that our policy just became an open threat to Russian civilian population an cities. When this happens folks, our people and cities will also become fair game in the chaos of global war. It may already be happening. The video snippet in the RT article will observe where he speaks these words at the 48 second mark. The full press briefing is embedded as follows.

All sides involved in Syria are experiencing freak accidents, explosions and failures on key infrastructure . Spectacular explosions and fires in many cases. If the "foreign fighters, intelligence assets, imported volunteer psychos, terrorists, and/or rebels" under the influence of Western orders, and the west just publicly, unapologetic, alluded that they may attack Russian cities and down aircraft... well folks, all I can infer from that is that this is an unofficial declaration of war on Russia and is exactly how they are likely interpreting it as. Be alert for this weekend on a more official line coming in to play. Check the buried pages, this won't be headline. The establishment is not going to translate to the citizenry what they just said in an open manner.

This could be leading into the October surprise that is a common theory this year (or any other year for that matter).

The Diplomats are using their educated and articulate word play so as to play down the message. Trump and Clinton trash tv is going to go overboard this weekend, both online and TV. Ever notice how they have streamlined into delivering the same message now?

Well, I think this is the time for me to make an honest decision about bailing this target of a city. If Russians go nuclear, I don't want to be anywhere within 500 miles of my present location. It time to go inland.

We have just been warned. The countdown is now ticking...

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 12:49 AM
I'm a firm believer there won't be a public warning before shtf. Although, I'd say this is definitely ominous, I'm not sure they'd be that direct with something they'd want to keep as quiet as possible. I could always be wrong though.

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 12:50 AM
Doomsday porn. Sounds like Kerry is spinning it that Syria is just as a drain for them as us.

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 01:22 AM
a reply to: CriticalStinker
Destroying a society usually is an expensive endeavor. So is trying to save what is left of that society while defending from those paying to destroy it. It is so difficult for me to imagine that a pipeline for energy transit is worth this price???

After that statement though, we will really have to be vigilante. Tit usually comes with a tat. Yin with a yang. What goes around comes around. They are equally capable of supporting "rebels and/or terrorists" to retaliate for any such attacks on cities. Could be another mall shooting, a pipeline shutdown, or unexplained explosion at another piece of infrastructure. We need to remain alert.

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 01:35 AM
a reply to: worldstarcountry

Could be the last proxy war in the eighties where we CREATED Osama Bin Laden to challenge the Soviets. I get the spin and its not a big factor in how I see geopolitics.

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 01:37 AM
a reply to: worldstarcountry

Unfortunately we just spend reckless amounts of money without a result. We perpetuate the war machine. Russia just pretends they are relevant. But they are. Strictly because they try.

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 01:42 AM
The extremist groups continue to survive and thrive in Syria directly as a result of the aid provided to them by the US and other NATO criminal states.

The doublethink from the state department on Syria is remarkable. Russia is there to help the Govetnment.

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posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 01:55 AM
a reply to: worldstarcountry

This OP is exactly why we can't allow Hillary to continue Obama's failed policies of warmongering and division. We need a Trump (or anyone) who is going to work with Russia instead of antagonize them.

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 01:58 AM
a reply to: worldstarcountry

The Globalists are getting quite desperate to defend its proxy army Daesh that is getting wiped off the map.

It is absolutely disgarceful the way the people carry themselves and the demeanor they project to the rest of the world, it saddens me that these scum "represent" America in this fashion.

Karma is a mofo, I take solace in knowing that whether it be this life time of the next, those creating such evil will experience it 10 fold in their coming experiences!

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 02:09 AM
I am glad I was not there...

Reporter: What do you guys think you are doing there ?

Response: we are saving the population from a tyrant..

Reporter: B.S. You and your lackey's have killed more in Syria than Assad or his father ever did. Furthermore those you support have spread their message of hate and presence to another 30 countries around the world. You ever just look at the international news Bubba !

Response : I am not a military tactician

Reporter: It appears to me none.... if you look at Iraq and Libya..... in this or recent USA governments are military tacticians either but that does not give an excuse to arming and abetting people who want to destroy everything the so called west holds dear..

Response: Auh that is your opinion

Reporter: That sir is also incorrect for I am but speaking what others are thinking and asking. WHAT ARE WE DOING THERE?

Kerry said by August 1st the conflict in Syria would be stepped up... There is a thread here on ATS to the effect... Cease fire my butt. All a cease fire does is allow both sides to reinforce, resupply and dig in...

The usa coalition is screaming like a stuck pig because their idea of keeping Aleppo open for an in country supply depot is not going according to plan..

Where all this ends.. I dunno.. I know if the USA, U.K., French, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Israel stopped supplying and training rebels the world would be one heck of a better place... If Regime change is done for chaos then the plan they are using is very successful. In the video, notice how he side stepped the no boots on the ground which has been proven false. Normal mission creep when more force is needed and act like it was never intended or said.. Cambodia and Laos comes to mind as we were not there for several years before we invaded even though myself and many of my friends were doing long range patrols in both countries.

But the United States is not doing the right thing in Syria. Arming, training and funding Islamic extremists — that have killed half a million people, displaced 7 million more and turned the country into an uninhabitable wastelands –is not the right thing. It is the wrong thing, the immoral thing. And the US is involved in this conflict for all the wrong reasons, the foremost of which is gas. The US wants to install a puppet regime in Damascus so it can secure pipeline corridors in the East, oversee the transport of vital energy reserves from Qatar to the EU, and make sure that those reserves continue to be denominated in US Dollars that are recycled into US Treasuries and US financial assets. This is the basic recipe for maintaining US dominance in the Middle East and for extending America’s imperial grip on global power into the future.

The war in Syria did not begin when the government of Bashar al Assad cracked down on protestors in the spring of 2011. That version of events is obfuscating hogwash. The war began in 2000, when Assad rejected a Qatari plan to transport gas from Qatar to the EU via Syria. As Robert F Kennedy Jr. explains in his excellent article “Syria: Another pipeline War”:

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posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 12:59 PM
a reply to: 727Sky

Oh look, within one full day of this threat, The EAS is hacked with an ominous message hours before the Jersey train 'accident'
Would you, Could you, on a train???

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 04:51 PM
a reply to: worldstarcountry


speaking of double speak, isn't it interesting that "hacks" of large organizations these days are becoming public and common, just as the federal government keeps hammering home the idea that we're being hacked by foreign nations and can't do anything about it?

not for nothing, encryption and IP concealment makes for some interesting propaganda and politics these days.

posted on Sep, 29 2016 @ 05:23 PM
General Patton was absolutely correct...

posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 08:11 AM
a reply to: worldstarcountry

Youtube you inked as been nixed for 'copyright'.

If you want to attach some urgency to the veiled threat the uS is making, it is in the transcript I'm linking and an excerpt...

MR KIRBY: They’re hitting hospitals. They’re hitting civilian infrastructure. They’re hitting the headquarters of the White Helmets. Now, so what we’re seeing them hit is not Nusrah, and where we’re seeing them bomb is not where we know Nusrah to be. And this is a – this has been a pretense that Moscow and Damascus has been proffering now for many months. Well, if you’re going to go after terrorists --

QUESTION: Do you think they’re trying to take Aleppo?

MR KIRBY: Fine, you want to go after terrorists. If you’re going to do what you say you do, then show that you’re going after terrorists, and they haven’t done that. There have been times when they have, but they have also, under the pretense of going after terrorist groups – presumably al-Nusrah – they have hit what are clearly civilian targets.

QUESTION: So you think they’re trying to take Aleppo?

MR KIRBY: I think you can only conclude from the military activity that we’ve seen that the siege of Aleppo persists and it’s --

QUESTION: It’s eastern Aleppo, part of Aleppo, because larger Aleppo is not under siege.

MR KIRBY: All you can do from – all you can conclude from what we continue to see on the ground is that the regime wants to take Aleppo back.

QUESTION: Is the Administration committed to making sure that eastern Aleppo or this particular area of Aleppo does not fall into regime/Russian hands?

MR KIRBY: Obviously, we don’t want to see the regime --

QUESTION: I know you don’t.

MR KIRBY: -- acquire any additional territory as per – as laid out in the cessation of hostilities agreement. I’m not going to speculate about actions, decisions, consequences, down the road.

QUESTION: Down the road means – by some estimates, it could fall in, like, the next five days.

MR KIRBY: The Secretary was clear this morning in his phone call to Foreign Minister Lavrov about the sense of urgency that we have here on the United States side with respect to what we want to – what we need to see them do.

So the urgency and the veiled threats about losing aircraft are because the insurgent nest in Allepo is being destroyed. If they go, the over all effort to overthrow the Syrian government is pretty much destroyed, will have to retreat north to Turkey, from whence it came.

This is why Kerry and Kirby and cronies co. are making this such an issue right now. Even going so far as to provide ManPad missiles to the terrorists to take down Russian aircraft. Thats about as far as it goes. The threat is to US ambitions in Syria, clamoring for cessation of hostilities is so the uS can continue hostilities against Assad. They are losing, they know it. Lets hope it doesn't become a wider conflict. I kind of doubt it, the uS and Russia clashed over Vietnam, in the end the US just left.

Interesting read...

Kirby briefing

posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 09:48 AM
a reply to: intrptr

wow that is absolute bull#. That video was 100% the State Department briefing and only that. #ing youtube and Government working together again. FranceTV has nothing to do with it other than they were probably one of the Journalists asking questions, and it was showed on air in their country, so they used it as the excuse to pull the whole damn video. There were a dozen other Journalists from different networks, but they had no interest in covering this up so they did not need to do this. Thats some damn transparency there aint it. RT still has their clip on the url.
I fid it ironic a French media outlet can claim copyright on a State Department press briefing. And yet every other day's press briefings are still available. Cover up much??

Thats ok, it has been uploaded plenty. At least we can get the relevant part even if we lost the entire briefing.

posted on Sep, 30 2016 @ 10:56 AM
a reply to: worldstarcountry

I find it ironic a French media outlet can claim copyright on a State Department press briefing. And yet every other day's press briefings are still available. Cover up much??

I know, I went looking for it specifically and all I could get was a transcript. I know why, too. How embarrassing...

Thats ok, it has been uploaded plenty. At least we can get the relevant part even if we lost the entire briefing.

I linked the full transcript above. Almost better in many regards.

posted on Oct, 1 2016 @ 02:55 PM
a reply to: intrptr
I appreciate that. In some ways, the transcript is more damning than the video, because it is in writing by the State Department. I wonder if Kerry is kicking him in the ass for the way that threat came out??

posted on Oct, 1 2016 @ 03:16 PM
Amazing how Obama doesn’t get blamed for this crazy and destructive foreign policy.

There seems to be a black hole in the US policy regarding Syria that seems to be demonic in nature

posted on Oct, 1 2016 @ 03:54 PM
a reply to: TheGlitchyNinja

If it does hit the fan, and theirs a potential for a WW!!! After all the Carnage and strife,for the general population would it really matter who had won, because in the end you have just changed the administration. Is Syria actually worth it, i'm not talking about the 90% of the population but the top 10% on the opposing sides that are risking their pawns in what amounts to a power struggle, to prove who can piss the farthest. The worry is that the world economy has tanked, and their isn't much that can be done.Russia is vast and has great wealth of untapped resources,instead of working in harmony to develop them, it seems that baiting the Bear to provoke conflict and then grab them leads down a dangerous path.

posted on Oct, 1 2016 @ 04:55 PM
a reply to: worldstarcountry

Its not that threatening. The biggest of which appears to suggest the introduction of ManPads, like the CIA did in Afghanistan. A definite game changer .

But can turn around to bite the US in the Ass as well. Recently in at least one occasion,the insurgents sent US special forces packing, they don't want either side directly involved, its their sand pile.

Hand out a bunch of shoulder launched anti air missiles and see what happens...

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