Selected Articles: “The Geopolitical Chessboard” in the Middle East
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Global Research, November 20, 2015

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SYRIA: Killing Innocent Civilians as part of a US Covert Op. Mobilizing  Public Support for a R2P War against SyriaSyria: Killing Innocent Civilians as part of a US Covert Op. Mobilizing Public Support for a R2P War against Syria

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, November 20 2015

US military doctrine envisages the central role of “massive casualty producing events” in which innocent civilians are killed. The killings are carried out as part of a covert operation. The enemy is blamed for the resulting atrocities.

assad ParisFrench Say Assad Must Go, President Assad Responds “No Thanks, Get Serious”

By Brandon Turbeville, November 20 2015

Even after the Paris attacks, an elaborate false flag operation that saw well over a hundred innocent civilians brutally murdered by the hands of ISIS-linked NATO patsies (and apparently unwilling patsies), the French government is holding to the nonsensical line that Bashar al-Assad, the number one enemy of ISIS, must step down and relinquish power.

dollars-money-economy-crisisWho Supports The Islamic State (ISIS)? Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, Israel, UK, France, USA

By Prof. Tim Anderson, November 20 2015

The following Infographics is by Professor Tim Anderson It summarizes detailed information regarding the ISIS, which is contained in a forthcoming book entitled The Dirty War on Syria .

Sukhoi_Su-34_flight_display_at_2015_MAKS-300x200The Anti-Daesh Campaign: Russia Dramatically Increases Military Operations in Syria Directed against ISIS

By The Saker, November 20 2015

Just has I had been predicting for a couple of weeks, Russia did dramatically increase the pace of her anti-Daesh operations.

putinmainRussian History and the Geopolitical Chessboard: From Tzar “Ivan the Terrible” to President Vladimir Putin

By Bruno Adrie, November 20 2015

Is it necessary to prove that Vladimir Putin is poorly regarded by the western press?

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