Archive for Oktober 17th, 2017

17. Oktober 2017

Russland-Affäre: Heute macht es bumm – US-Moderator kündigt brisante Enthüllungen an — RT Deutsch

Vor einer Woche leitete Fox-News-Moderator Sean Hannity einen ominösen Countdown ein. Für Dienstag kündigte er das Platzen einer medialen Bombe an. Nur soviel scheint klar: Es geht dabei um die vermeintliche Russland-Affäre des US-Präsidenten Donald Trump.

17. Oktober 2017

Lawrow: „Friedensnobelpreisträger Obama hat auf schlimmste Weise auf Russland gespuckt“   17.10.2017

Der russische Außenminister Sergej Lawrow hat am Montag Fragen von Studenten auf dem 19. Weltfestival der Jugend und Studenten in Sotschi beantwortet. Er äußerte sich auch zum ehemaligen US-Präsidenten Barack Obama. Dieser hätte laut Lawrow in der schlimmsten Art und Weise auf die Beziehungen zu Russland gespuckt und das, obwohl er ein Friedensnobelpreisträger ist.

„Als die Regierung unter Obama, dem Friedensnobelpreisträger, auf die Beziehungen zwischen Russland und den USA in der schlimmsten möglichen Weise gespuckt hat – als [Washington] im Dezember letzten Jahres das diplomatische Eigentum der russischen Regierung unrechtmäßig enteignete und 35 unserer Diplomaten mit Familien, mit Kleinkindern, nicht einmal genug Zeit gegeben hat, um ihre Habseligkeiten abzuholen – ja, wir haben uns entschieden, nicht darauf zu reagieren, weil es Obama und sein Team auf Russland abgesehen haben. Ihr Ärger basierte auf der Niederlage der Kandidatin [Hillary Clinton] der Demokratischen Partei.“  (…)

17. Oktober 2017

S. Korea, U.S. start maritime drills against N. Korea


A joint US-South Korean Navy war drill report reveals, “A unit of U.S. special forces tasked with carrying out “decapitation” operations is aboard a nuclear-powered submarine in the group.”
Speculation is rife that the deployment could be what President Trump was referring to when he mentioned “the calm before the storm” in front of confused reporters two weeks ago.
Back in June it was reported that the U.S. and South Korea were training their special forces to track down and assassinate Kim Jong-un in the event of war as part of a joint operation.
North Korea has warned that it could respond to the training exercise with another ballistic missile launch to coincide with the Chinese 19th Party Congress on October 18.
Part of the wargame revolves around practicing the evacuation of noncombatant Americans out of South Korea in the event of war and other emergencies.
Assets mobilized for the joint drill include the U.S. 7th Fleet’s aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) and two Arleigh Burke-class destroyers – the USS Stethem (DDG-63) and the USS Mustin (DDG-89).
North Korea intensified its bellicose rhetoric against the United States on Sunday night, accusing Trump of being a “war merchant and strangler of peace.”
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Trump has instructed him to continue with diplomatic efforts, although Tillerson ominously added that this would be prolonged only “until the first bomb drops”.

17. Oktober 2017

Extreme ‘Fake-News’ Industry emerged in Syria over the past 5 years – Excellent Interview with George Galloway and Vanessa Beeley!

An entire ‘fake-news’ industry emerged over the past five years in relation to Syria. Phantom armies of „moderate rebels“ were moved around like pieces on an imaginary chess board. A secular, multi-confessional society was to be placed in the strait jacket of ISIS-type distortions of faith, and the truth would not be allowed to stand in the way. In the din of ferocious falsification, it takes real courage to stand against the prevailing noise. One of the most courageous is Vanessa Beeley, truly deserving of the title “independent journalist”, so we invited her into the Sputnik studio to help us cut through the clutter.

17. Oktober 2017

Bernie Sanders and his Outrageous Statements on Russia and Syria

May 17, 2017

Bernie Sanders Disagrees With Tulsi Gabbard On Assad And Syria

in news interviews, official statements, and tweets, Sanders has made it clear that he supports a political solution to ending the regime of Bashar al-Assad, who he has called “a butcher of his own people.” He has unequivocally stated that:

“Assad has got to go.”

Following the US missile strikes, Sanders released the following statement:

“As the most powerful nation on earth, the United States must work with the international community to bring peace and stability to Syria.”

So while Gabbard and Sanders may share perspectives when it comes to military intervention, their views on Assad and Syria are very different


unfortunately today we still have
examples of the U.S. supporting
policies that I believe will come back
to haunt us one is the ongoing Saudi war
in Yemen while we rightly condemn
Russian and Iranian support for Bashar
al-assad’s slaughter in Syria the U.S.
continues to support Saudi
Arabia’s destructive intervention in
Yemen which has killed many thousands of
civilians and created a humanitarian
crisis in one of the region’s poorest
countries such policies dramatically
undermine America’s ability to advance a
human rights agenda around the world and9
empowers authoritarian leaders who
insist that our support for those rights
and values is not serious

We developed an extremely
radical foreign policy initiative called
the Marshall Plan……
this was historically when countries won
terrible Wars ….. we ended up defeating
the brutality and barbarity of Nazi
Germany and Japanese Imperialism after
all of that the US-government
decided not to punish and
humiliate for losses think about all the
hatred all the bloodshed think about the
Holocaust and the U.S. decided
they would not revisit history and they
decided not to punish and humiliate the
losses rather we helped rebuild their
economies spending 130 billion dollars just
to reconstruct Western Europe …….
provided them support to reconstruct democratic
societies …. the result of that was an
extraordinary success today Germany the
country of the Holocaust the country of
Hitler’s dictatorship is now a strong
democracy and the economic engine of
Europe despite centuries of hostility
and again …
despite centuries of hostility there has
not been a major European war since
World War two that is an extraordinary
foreign policy success that we have
every right to be proud of..

„We saw this anti-democratic effort take place in the 2016 election right here in the United States, where we now know that the Russian government was engaged in a massive effort to undermine one of our greatest strengths: The integrity of our elections, and our faith in our own democracy.
„I found it incredible, by the way, that when the President of the United States spoke before the United Nations on Monday, he did not even mention that outrage.

„Well, I will. Today I say to Mr. Putin: we will not allow you to undermine American democracy or democracies around the world. In fact, our goal is to not only strengthen American democracy, but to work in solidarity with supporters of democracy around the globe, including in Russia. In the struggle of democracy versus authoritarianism, we intend to win.“

Mr. Sanders also called Vladimir Putin a kleptocrat.


Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Muammar Gaddafi: „Look, everybody understands Gaddafi is a thug and murderer.“

on the Russian President Vladimir Putin. President Obama called him a “thug,”, also presidential hopeful Marco Rubio, who added „gangster“  Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan’s spokesperson: „Russia is a global menace led by a devious thug.“


Sanders issued the following statement after the U.S. carried out a missile strike in Syria  LINK

“In a world of vicious dictators, Syria’s Bashar Assad tops the list as a dictator who has killed hundreds of thousands of his own citizens to protect his own power and wealth. His regime’s use of chemical weapons against the men, women and children of his country, in violation of all international conventions and moral standards, makes him a war criminal.

“The Trump administration must explain to the American people exactly what this military escalation in Syria is intended to achieve, and how it fits into the broader goal of a political solution, which is the only way Syria’s devastating civil war ends. Congress has a responsibility to weigh in on these issues. As the Constitution requires, the president must come to Congress to authorize any further use of force against the Assad regime.

“Further, the U.S. must work with all parties to reinforce longstanding international norms against the use of chemical weapons, to hold Russia and Syria to the 2013 deal to destroy these weapons and to see that violators are made accountable.”

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