Russian Colonel ISIS is a division of the CIA




 Alexander Zhilin, Colonel in the army and military expert of the Russian Federation, explains in layman's terms Russia's national interests in supporting Assad.

A number of Russians, and Westerners as well, have some misunderstandings about Russia's involvement.

Zhilin explains why this is not an optional fight for Russia. In the event that Syria fell, it would free up ISIS fighters for a renewed campaign in Chechnya, Dagestan and east of the Caspian as well, pushing north from Afghanistan into former Soviet central Asia.

Recall that ISIS is a re-branding and broadening of the same Saudi (et al) backed network of 'foreign legionary' soldiers which previously was called Al Qaeda and the Maktab al-Khidamat network which preceded it.






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2 comments:

  1. 1967 borders "De gaulle" only solution why ? who, Why now? who knows? however the argument is lock on a impasse. only that solution 1967 borders "De Gaulles and France role in diplomacy" can unlock the facts of the now and resolve the issue. there is no other logical or illogical even technological way. the borders underline the fact.

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  2. simply the s 400 are for Assad. in fact it is war w 3 if there is Israeli intervention as fact. unless washington let's israel collapse. them is no ww 3 but a middle east rearrangement.

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