What’s dangerous is that Putin is filling a void left by the putrid obama.
Along with the Chi-coms, Putin’s Russia is creating choke points around the globe. Russian fascist Putin, couldn’t care less about defeating IS, he will attack it only as far as it creates a credible buffer between them, and Assad.
The real target is the FSA, which was always compromised as a real “west leaning force” (if it ever was one) which has always been outnumbered by islam 101’ers within its midst. Putin wants to take care of them first, the ones who started the hostilities, then go after IS, but only in part, he needs them to remain a viable force to keep the West inundated with a constant flow of tards, and therefore, off balance.
So don’t expect me to be applauding the Russian fascist leader as the de facto ”leader” of the free world, just because he’s dropping bombs on other islamonazis, before he finally gets to the Islamic State variety. It’s all about protecting and projecting Russian interests, and keeping the West off balance.
Russian strikes, Day 1: No ISIS targets; ‘demarche’ to U.S.: ‘Don’t fly here’
The moral of this story is: don’t send Barack Obama to negotiate your operational modus vivendi with Russia in a combat zone.
On the first day of Russian air strikes in Syria, Russia surprised the U.S. by sending a general officer to the American embassy in Baghdad to issue a “demarche,” or a unilateral demand or statement of intent. The general – who is stationed with the new joint intelligence command center set up in Baghdad by Russia, Iran, Syria, and Iraq – said Russia would be conducting strikes, and he “requested” that U.S. forces remain clear of the Russian operating area. (See video.)
”There have been reports that the Russians attacked U.S.-supported factions, but that precise claim hasn’t been substantiated as far as I can tell. However, Andrew Bostom’s point in this tweet is worth pondering, as it highlights a level of historical reality that the U.S. has basically dismissed in the Obama approach to Syria — trying to pick and choose among rebel clients as if it doesn’t matter who they are.”
— Andrew Bostom (@andrewbostom) September 30, 2015
NOTE: Andrew Bostom has been way ahead of this bell curve in thinking, ages ago.