Russia Draws Red Line In The Sand For Trump, Warns Of Consequences For Future Attacks

This is really starting to get nasty, Brothers and Sisters, and I honestly never thought that I would be talking about Trump possibly setting the stage for a Third World War over some ridiculous Kebab children gassed by pure accident and coincidence.

America is a weakened country both militarily and financially, and is certainly not at the height of her power by any stretch of the imagination.

In a Syrian conflict with boots on the ground en masse, I could maybe see our troops hold some sort of Iraq-style stalemate if things were simple and straightforward, although with Hezbollah, Iran, Assad’s full army, and a Russian expeditionary force in the area, defeat would be almost certain.

Escalation would also be nearly guaranteed according to most experts.

Russia is trying to give us the message that it may be time to back down, but I honestly don’t see things going in that direction.

Jew Kushner – and the other war-mongering scum in power – would have to go to make peace possible, and to be honest, you have a better chance of seeing snow hit Alabama in July than a purge of the Neo-Cons.

From Haaretz:

A joint command center made up of the forces of Russian, Iran and allied militia alliance supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad said the U.S. strike on a Syrian airbase crossed “red lines” and it would now respond to any new aggression and increase their level of support to their ally.

At the same time, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson blamed Russia’s inaction for helping fuel a deadly poison gas attack against Syrian civilians last week, saying Moscow failed to carry out a 2013 agreement to secure and destroy chemical weapons in Syria.

On Thursday, the U.S. bombed an Assad regime military base in response to the chemical weapons attack launched on Syrian citizens, in which 90 people including 30 children were killed.

According to a Pentagon spokesperson, 59 Tomahawk missiles were fired at Shayrat airbase outside of Homs, Syria, the site from which the U.S. suspects the chemical attack originated. Targets included “aircraft, hardened aircraft shelters, petroleum and logistical storage areas, ammunition supply bunkers, air defense systems and radars.”

The overnight missile attack, which marked the first time the U.S. has directly targeted Syrian President Bashar Assad’s forces, was condemned by his allies in Russia and Iran but welcomed by the Syrian opposition and its supporters, who expressed hope it signaled a turning point in the devastating six-year-old civil war.

In its statement, the joint command center of Assad’s allies said: “What America waged in an aggression on Syria is a crossing of red lines. From now on we will respond with force to any aggressor or any breach of red lines from whoever it is and America knows our ability to respond well.”

The statement said that the alliance, which includes the miitant group Hezbollah, will not be deterred from “liberating” Syria.

Also Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran’s Hassan Rohani said in a phone call that aggressive U.S. actions against Syria were not permissible and violated international law, the Kremlin said.

The two leaders also called for an objective investigation into an incident involving chemical weapons in Syria’s Idlib and said they were ready to deepen cooperation to fight terrorism, the Kremlin said in a statement on its website.

The Kremlin said the phone call took place on Iran’s initiative.

On Saturday, the governor of Homs confirmed that the airbase was back in operation. “The airport is operating as a first phase,” Homs governor Talal Barazi told Reuters. “Planes have taken off from it,” he added, without saying when.

The statement by the joint command center on Sunday also condemned U.S. military presence in northern Syria as “illegal,” saying its aim to control the area makes them “occupation” forces.

Almost 1,000 U.S. troops are in Syria as part of the ongoing preparation for the fight to oust the Islamic State group from its self-declared headquarters of Raqqa. Around 500 soldiers were deployed into Syria with heavy artillery guns, the U.S. said in March. According to the Pentagon, an additional “400 or so” Marines and Army Rangers have arrived early March.

The deployment is temporary, said Coalition spokesman U.S. Air Force Colonel John Dorrian, and the additional forces were sent to Manbij in the country’s north in order to create “reassurance.”

‘Russia’s failure’

Also Sunday, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson blamed Russia’s inaction for helping fuel the chemical attack, saying Moscow failed to carry out a 2013 agreement to secure and destroy chemical weapons in Syria.

“I think the real failure here has been Russia’s failure to live up to its commitments under the chemical weapons agreements that were entered into in 2013,” Tillerson said on ABC’s “This Week.”

“The failure related to the recent strike and the recent terrible chemical weapons attack in large measure is a failure on Russia’s part to achieve its commitment to the international community,” he added.

It’s going to be very interesting indeed to hear of what transpires during Tillerson’s visit to Russia this coming week, although I’m not going to be very optimistic until we see some sort of deescalation commence.

Until then, meme, meme, and then meme some more.

Get the average White Trump supporter on the same page as the rest of us, focusing especially on the fact that our President has gotten ensnared by evil men who wish destruction on both this country, and the rest of the world.


  1. Mr. Cicero – some major battles have commencet over foraging for shoes, so, yes, there is nothing unusual about a possible conflagration transpiring from this.

    As of today, this has taken a much darker turn, as it seems that Mr. Trump has now got his manhood involved.

    WWIII won’t come of this, because there still is an adult in the room, Czar Vlad, BUT, a lot of our boys may lose their lives for jack-diddly-squat; which, all in all, is perfectly consistent for the Yankee Empire.

    Ever since 1861, that Satanick institution on Pennsylvania has been offering everything and everyone it meets the same deal – ‘capitulate to us, or be prepared to be broken and or die.

    Some of us are prepared to die, we hate it so.

    I bet some of us ain’t so few.

    I’m sad to see that President Trump is prepared to be so foolish, or is he even the president anymore?

  2. Is is too much to ask for that we win in Iraq, Afghanistan, and I’ll add the un=wars in Pakistan and Yemen and leave BEFORE we enter another quagmire?

    Putin merely needs to permit ISIS to come over here considering he travel bans aren’t active with some of their packages.

    Amazing that Trump will do a deal with the NeoCons and Paul Ryno where he gains nothing, but won’t try to do so with Putin or Assad.

    But you are right that Trump’s supporters did so because of his policies, not his persona.

    His key supporters even in the alt-light are universally condemning him, and are varying between watchful still=support wall, supreme court, trade, etc. and rejection.

    This happened in microcosm with the RynoCare debacle. This horrid bill that was just more cronyism with 17% support (it won’t be 50% given the moochers) that those who voted for Trump rejected – there was quieter objection to it.

    My concern is that there may be more than I think like those over at TheConservativeTreehouse who are making excuses. It doesn’t matter if ISIS and AlQueda had the chemical weapons? They shilled for RynoCare then said OK, everyone is going to get single payer.

    I don’t think Trump will ever please the left, at least not for more than a few days – see McCain today. I hope he won’t try and will see that he is putting the swampers and cronies into is advisory boards.

  3. Nuke’em all Vlad.

    The Deep State likes “Cakewalks”, not people who can hit back – hence the love of drones and tomahawks. Like Trump, and all the phonies of this passing age, they love to gain everything by BLUFFING. Call their bluff and they fold instantly.

    Trump has no base anymore, save for the Bill Mitchell types and the bona fide haters who just love war and chaos. If things look to be going even the tiniest bit wrong, he’s done.

    PS The U-Trun was because Syria shot down an Israeli jet with Russian AA. That is why the entire vanishing world is in lock step calling an obvious false flag not a false flag.

  4. If we get into a conventional war with the Russians, we, as people who over the past few decades have only waged war against inferior militaries, will learn the real meaning of the horrors and devastation of war.

  5. Charles Lindbergh has been vindicated after all these years. They truly are war mongers of the worst kind.

  6. The Muslims are apocalyptic? It looks like the Hebrews to me. These maniacs are actually attempting to start a war with Russia.

  7. @Sursum Corda…

    ‘The Muslims are apocalyptic? It looks like the Hebrews to me. These maniacs are actually attempting to start a war with Russia.’

    The Jews have been at war with Mother Russia since at least the 1870s – maybe longer. You can’t start a fire where one never went out.

    As bad an enemy as Nazi Germany was, for a brief time, of Mother Russia, that was nothing compared to the overall antagonism that the Jewish community has displayed to Russia; this in spite of the fact that Mother Russia has nurtured so many Jewish artistick geniuses – from chess masters to classical musicians and landscape painters innumerable, to chemists and rocket scientists.

  8. “I honestly never thought that I would be talking about Trump possibly setting the stage for a Third World War over some ridiculous Kebab children gassed by pure accident and coincidence.”

    Never underestimate the stupidity of leaders. World War I started because the moronic Tsar Nicholas backed the perfidious Serbs, who refused to cooperate with justifiable Austrian attempts to defend their honor by uncovering the plot to assassinate the Archduke Franz Ferdinand. Millions of white Europeans died as a result, and Europe was plunged into seventy years of war and instability.

  9. Another point NO ONE has made.

    What happens if China is sick of American war mongering leading to instability and stops loaning us money? Then we are headed for a Soviet style collapse.

  10. Or, China sees the dangers for the US and is happy to let them destroy themselves while China strengthens itself for world leadership when the Empire falls.

  11. Their list:

    They will parachute the Mexicans and the Muslims in with caches of weapons strategically placed for them to use
    No wall at all
    Obamacare is here to stay
    Chemtrails are going to be cranked up
    Fluoride is going to be jacked up
    Weather wars will make sure Fukushima radiation increase across our land
    They may bomb flyover country and blame Putin
    They’ll slowly stop the food supply
    There will be a bank holiday, a permanent one
    They’ll empty the prisons, zoos, and mental hospital into the public arena
    They’ll release bio weapons and blame it on Putin
    Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Iran, and Saudi Arabia are next
    Complete the Greater Israel Plan ahead of time and under budget

    I hate to say it but I think the bankers are going to use China to help subdue us. Trump spoke favorably about Putin during the campaign and not so well about the Chinese. It’s a 180 there, too. Are there really Chinese troops here? I guess we’ll find out.

  12. “Then we are headed for a Soviet style collapse.”

    It will be much worse than that, the Soviet Union consisted of different nations that split up relatively stable and peaceful, it still had Russia as the core nation to take over the nuclear weapons and other dangerous responsibilities. The USA has no core nation to break up into, it has many factions that overlap each other all over the land.

  13. “It will be much worse than that, the Soviet Union consisted of different nations that split up relatively stable and peaceful,”

    I know a breakup of America, the likelihood of which will increase exponentially should Trump intervene in Syria, will be far bloodier than the disintegration of the Soviet Union was. This was a situation Dr Pierce contemplated in the Turner Diaries, and Dr Pierce knew controlling the nukes would be the key against Jewish power.

  14. @Snowwhitey…

    ‘If the Russians ever invade DC, I sure hope they have a uniform for me.’

    You know, earlier today, I said to my wife – ‘if Russia decided to call for volunteers for a Confederate Foreign Legion, they might just get several corps worth of men.’

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