Propaganda playbook like clockwork :From Syria to Ukraine


This is how Western media was reporting Russia’s intervention in the Syrian Civil war .We know that in the end ,he kicked the butts of US supported islamists and retook all the major cities .

Ukiangalia the current conflict in Ukraine yani ni kama the state department aka CIA distributes talking points to media houses and commentators .These are the words, phrases, and sentences you are supposed to use .

Putin bogging down in Syria *2015

12/10/2015 04:53 PM EST

As Secretary of State John Kerry heads to Moscow next week to meet with Vladimir Putin, U.S. and Israeli officials say Putin’s intervention in Syria is showing slower results than the Russian president had hoped, possibly making Putin more willing to cooperate with U.S. efforts to settle Syria’s civil war.

Kerry has sidestepped the issue, declining to answer a reporter who asked during a Paris news conference this week whether he thinks Putin regrets his military intervention there. But speaking privately, administration officials offer a more candid take on the Kremlin’s mood. “The Russians thought they would make a lot more progress on the ground fast,” said one official. “They haven’t made really any… It’s measured by low-digit kilometers at the most.”

Putin had hoped his late September intervention would kick off a decisive three-month offensive producing major territorial gains for the Syrian regime, according to Israeli defense minister Moshe Ya’alon.
“The whole idea of the Russian presence in Syria is to launch an offensive,” Ya’alon told the Brookings Institution’s annual Saban Forum on Friday. “It seems to be a failure.”

Both the U.S. and Israel oppose Putin’s Syria’s intervention and have an incentive to spin it negatively. But some independent experts see trouble signs for the Russian president, including a surprisingly stiff response from Syrian rebel fighters.

“The Syrian regime has had tactical gains, but Russian air strikes have not been a game-changer in terms of allowing the Syrian army to move in” and hold territory, said Chris Kozak, an analyst at the Institute for the Study of War, a think tank that closely tracks the Syrian battlefield.
Kozak added that Russia had achieved its “immediate priority” of blunting rebel momentum and preserving the embattled regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad. “The balance has clearly shifted and the rebels are on the defensive,” he said.

Even so, Obama officials increasingly offer a “told-you-so” line towards Putin’s intervention, which caught the White House off guard when it began in late September. At the time, Obama warned that Putin risked getting caught in a quagmire abroad while courting terrorism at home. Since then, a Russian airliner departing from Egypt was downed by a bomb, killing all 224 aboard. In late November, Turkey infuriated Moscow by shooting down a Russian Su-24 bomber that it said had crossed into its airspace. Rebels on the ground killed a Russian pilot and a Russian marine and destroyed a Russian helicopter participating in a rescue mission.

Now Putin confronts a stalemated battlefield and, according to some sources, tensions with his allies on the ground in a Syrian war theater that U.S. officials liken to a concert mosh pit.

Russian planes and cruise missiles began striking Syrian rebel forces in late September to buck up Assad, a longtime Moscow ally. Days later, Assad’s rag-tag army began a ground offensive to reclaim territory from rebels suffering Russian attacks. (Russia has mostly targeted rebel fighters not affiliated with the Islamic State, also known as ISIL, because the former pose a greater near-term threat to regime-held territory.) The Syrians were assisted by some 2,000 Iranian-led fighters, including religious militias and a small number of troops and commanders from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

But that ground offensive has mostly sputtered, thanks to what sources called poor coordination with Syrian and Iranian forces, leaving the battlefield map little changed.
Western sources said there are indications that Iran—which has taken significant casualties including the deaths of several senior IRGC commanders—has withdrawn more than half of its forces in a sign of frustration—and perhaps mounting tension with Moscow over strategy.

Officials said Putin’s own frustration with the battlefield effectiveness of Assad’s forces and their allies on the ground helps explain his willingness to join peace talks that have convened twice in Vienna this fall. Obama and Kerry hope that an agreement among the many countries that are party to the conflict—including Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey—will begin a process that removes Assad from power, something they call a prerequisite to ending the wider Syrian conflict and allowing for the defeat of ISIL.

“The lack of significant military progress by pro-regime forces only emphasizes the failure of Assad’s leadership, which explains why Putin has been so willing to publicly back the idea of Assad’s departure as part of a political settlement,” said one U.S. intelligence official.

Kerry hopes to discuss those topics with Putin and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov when he goes to to Moscow, the latest in a stepped-up pace of meetings between the two countries: Putin and Obama held two informal meetings in November and a formal session at the United Nations in late September. That suggests that an administration debate about whether to isolate or engage the Russian leader diplomatically has tilted decisively toward the latter option.
Kerry will also cajole Russia to join another round of the Syria peace talks the Obama administration wants to convene in New York City on December 18. On Tuesday, Russia’s U.N. envoy said more preparatory work needed to be done before they will agree to such a meeting.

Despite the talk of setbacks for Putin in his Syria campaign, some Russia experts were doubtful that the Russian president is breaking much of a sweat. “He’s got plenty more leash before he runs into the brick wall that a lot of Western observers believe is waiting for him,” said Matthew Rojanksy, director of the Kennan Institute at the Wilson Center, a Washington think tank.

U.S. officials, who have repeatedly been surprised by Putin’s actions in Syria and Ukraine, don’t rule out the possibility that the Russian president may escalate his fight. Speaking to Russian military officials on November 20, Putin hinted at “next phases” in his campaign there, saying they had achieved early objectives but adding, “that is not enough to cleanse Syria of rebels and terrorists and to protect Russians from possible terrorist attacks.”

Rojansky said that if Putin is in a sour mood, it is not over the Syrian battlefield but the Turkish shootdown of his plane, as well as last week’s announcement that NATO is inviting Montenegro to join the alliance. Putin has called NATO’s expansion into Eastern Europe a threat to Russia. And on Tuesday, Russia’s former president and current prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, said Turkey’s action amounted to an act of war.

“There will be reactions to both those things,” Rojanksy said. “I can’t tell you what they will be. But they will be serious.”

Kama sio msito boy wangu putin. Isis and American homosexual were having a field day. Msito aliland na kutwanga hizo ghaseer ka nansense. The only war American can win ni kupakana kinyesi. Thats their forte.

Syria is very important to OBOR.

Sisi geniuses hatuangalii the squables tunaangalia the end game.

Ever heard of the Iran-Iraq-Syria Pipeline that Putin is against?

Hebu Google zile Pipelines Russia ina support from the Middle East to Europe na zile U.S ina support.

Biden does not want Putin to sell gas to Europe.

Putin in turn will take over Ukraine. He has all that gas in both Russia and Ukraine but America controls the market.

Putin will in turn never allow OBOR pipelines to pass through Syria or any other U.S supported pipelines for that matter.

Ni kufungiana njia sio ati ni kitu ingine. America’s job is also to ensure that oil and gas gets to her girlfriend China.

If you remove Biden, Putin, Trump , Jinping and the Ayatollah the world would be very safe. People buying gas where they want when they want, how they want.

But is natural gas the solution?

Ujinga analogy. Who initiated the war. Who shot the first missile? Who opened up a fissure of opportunity to others. Putin kicked himself in the foot na sana unaita Biden.

America doesn’t even want to use its own oil. Didn’t Biden shut down the Keystone pipeline?
Gas lines are just physical structures. Can be rerouted.

Biden, Putin, Trump , Jinping and the Ayatollah were not present in the 1940s. And the world wasn’t any safer.

Nixon. He shook hands with China. Essentially divorced China from Russia. Jimmy Carter cemented it in 1979 prompting Russia to invade Afghanistan as a last ditch effort to stop the collapse of her Muslim buffer states. Jimmy Carter signed the original One Belt One Road agreement with Deng Xiaoping.

The buffer states i.e Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan still fell away from Russia in 1990 as well as all the other buffer states.

George Bush then commenced on removing Saddam, the next Muslim stumbling block to OBOR. He didn’t succeed but his son did.

Obama dealt with all the other problems but Putin annexed Ukraine and Syria to halt Obama.

Hillary was supposed to win and deal with Putin but instead Trump won and went after China.

Biden comes back , OBOR is now back online. He hands over Afghanistan to China so OBOR can proceed.

Putin decides fuck it, I will annex the whole of Ukraine and Belarus and if need be all the former buffer states.

Biden is mulling a full on war against Russia.

If America uses her own oil it will interfere with her age old policy of interfering with other countries resources.

Biden was making his money in Ukraine via Burisma where he could be as corrupt as he pleases without Americans knowing about it. In the U.S he would pull too much attention to his corrupt activities if he started stealing money from U.S oil and gas.

Putin is the only one stopping and opposing ONE BELT ONE ROAD as it stands because it will pool all the earths resources at the feet of the Sino American empire.

If Putin could be removed OBOR will run to every corner of the globe.


America’s Alaska is just 84 km from Russia. You can run pipelines, rails and roads from Alaska to Europe via Russia.

Basically Biden and Jinping would essentially control planet earth.

A modern tower of Babel.

The director of the CIA already said this in 2020 :


Trump was also determined to halt OBOR because it would kill U.S manufacturing forever.

The first thing Biden did was to hand over Afganistan to China so that OBOR pipelines through Afghanistan can proceed.

The world wars were also about the super powers securing their resources.

The cold war was about the very same resources.
Even in the early 1900s, Europe was trying to secure African resources to herself.

Today China and America are the new owners of Africa with military bases all over the continent. OBOR is everywhere in Africa.

Why do you have to turn everything to Qanon conspiracy arguments. All those events are just events. They are not really connected. Realignments happen in time.

Nimekutwanga na FACTS hadi ukaniita Conspiracy Theories.

Typical of any liberal. Mkioneshwa ukweli mnasema QANON.

Trump had to go because he was a threat to OBOR. He was viewed as a Putin puppet who was tryong to destroy Chinese progress in OBOR.

I admit, OBOR is a fantastic idea. Extremely ambitious.

OBOR represents a truly global world but… all the profits are going to China and U.S Democrats.

Everything is made in China, that cannot be right.

And if you are looking for proof , look at how Biden is covering for Fauci and the Wuhan lab. These are people who are working together.

Theres limits to everything. Especially in the modern world. Chinese expansion cannot go unadulterated. So OBOR has a ceiling. And its not where Chinese think . Its well below that threshold. For one, Chinese rarely invent, at least to commercial success. Society continuously evolves due everyday inventions. Think of recent breakthroughs. Its not like plugging apps into phones to make smartphones is their idea. Or Covid vaccines. Electric car motors. 5G. A whost of pharmaeutics, including cure for Ebola ( atoltivimab )…

Nimekujibu kwa thread yako.

As we speak China is proceeding with OBOR in Afghanistan. This is happening in real time right this minute :