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As has been expected since President Putin on 17 May ordered Russian military forces to “immediately move” from Local War to Regional War operational status and to be “fully prepared” to expand to Large-Scale War should either the US or EU enter into the Syrian Civil War, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is reporting today that thousands of Russian troops have been deployed in “full war mode” and that Israel is now a “major likely target” too.

According to this report, the “surprise alert exercise” Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu ordered last Thursday (24 May) for the Southern Military District involving four regiments of S-300 air defense systems troops combining 8,700 personnel, 185 warplanes and 240 armored vehicles are now positioned to enter into the Syrian War Zone“within hours” to begin offensive and defensive operations.

Even worse, this report continues, Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) troops have likewise been ordered into the…

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JERUSALEM — Israel’s defense chief said Tuesday a Russian plan to supply sophisticated anti-aircraft missiles to Syria was a “threat” and signaled that Israel is prepared to use force to stop the delivery.

The warning by Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon ratcheted up tensions with Moscow over the planned sale of S-300 air-defense missiles to Syria. Earlier in the day, a top Russian official said his government remained committed to the deal.

Israel has been lobbying Moscow to halt the sale, fearing the missiles would upset the balance of power in the region and could slip into the hands of hostile groups, including the Lebanese militia Hezbollah, a close ally of the Syrian regime.
Israel has carried out several airstrikes in Syria in recent months that are believed to have destroyed weapons shipments bound for Hezbollah. Israel has not confirmed carrying out the attacks.

The delivery of the Russian missiles…

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Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said the missiles were a “stabilising factor” that could dissuade “some hotheads” from entering the conflict. Russia also criticised an EU decision not to renew an arms embargo on Syria.Meanwhile, the BBC has heard evidence that 200 people were killed in a massacre in western Syria this month.Opposition activists said they had documented the civilian deaths in al-Bayda and Baniyas after government troops and militias entered the towns.

While the lifting of the EU arms embargo is theoretically good news for the fractious Syrian opposition, it is clearly going to be some time before it has any effect on the battlefield balance. Its authors hope the decision itself will send a strong enough signal to the Assad regime that it is time to hand over power.

That is extremely unlikely. It is hard facts on the ground that count, for a regime…

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From Chicago Tribune:

HERZLIYA, Israel (Reuters) – Israel is poised for a large-scale assault on Syria to prevent advanced weapons reaching jihadi rebels or Hezbollah guerrillas in Lebanon if President Bashar al-Assad is toppled, Israel’s air force chief said on Wednesday.

But Major-General Amir Eshel, addressing a security conference, said his warplanes could be repelled by Syria’s formidable, Russian-supplied anti-aircraft systems – an implicit censure of Moscow echoed by Israel’s defense minister.

“If Syria collapses tomorrow we could find ourselves very quickly inside this cauldron, and on a very large scale, because this enormous arsenal is parked there, just waiting to be looted, and could be turned (against Israel),” he told the Fisher Institute for Air & Space Studies near Tel Aviv.

“We may find ourselves having to take action, on a very broad scale, within a very short period of time,” Eshel said. “It does not mean we will act, but that we have to be ready to.”

He assumed fighting could escalate to include attacks on Israel by Hezbollah and by Iran, which backs Assad as well as the Lebanese militia, and that the air force may have to employ “the full spectrum of its might”.

Israeli warplanes have struck Syria at least three times this year to destroy what intelligence sources described as advanced anti-aircraft and ground-to-ground missile caches in transit to Hezbollah. The Israelis also worry that Assad may eventually lose control of Syria’s chemical warheads stocks.

Beset by the more than two-year insurgency that Hezbollah been helping his army battle, Assad has not retaliated to Israel’s air strikes. But there are signs his restraint may wane, such as a shooting attack by Syrian troops at an Israeli patrol in the occupied Golan Heights on Tuesday.


While militarily superior to Syria, a foe with which it had been in a stable standoff for decades, Israel fears this edge will be blunted by Assad’s Russian-made air and coast defenses – especially if Israeli forces are stretched over three fronts.

Eshel said the most formidable of the Russian anti-aircraft systems available, the S-300, was “on its way” to Syria, without elaborating on where he was getting his information.

That suggested that appeals by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Russia to scrap the deal had been unsuccessful.

“Air superiority is critical, and we must contend with a new generation of (Syrian) capabilities,” Eshel said.

In separate remarks about Syria to the conference, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said: “There are those who are trying to bring weapons systems into the area that are liable to harm our aerial and naval supremacy … and this must be prevented in a responsible and considered manner.”

Yaalon said that despite recent gains against the Syrian rebels by Assad and Hezbollah forces, Damascus was in decline.

“Assad is losing Syria,” he said. “There is a sense that he is charging ahead because of the Russian support, but that story is not over – it could end suddenly, or continue for years as a bloody civil war.”

Yaalon played down the prospect of anyone on the Syrian side starting a war with Israel “because they understand the heavy price they would pay”.

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The Extinction Protocol

May 16, 2013ISRAELIn a clear warning to Syria to stop the transfer of advanced weapons to Islamic militants in the region, a senior Israeli official signaled on Wednesday that Israel was considering additional military strikes to prevent that from happening and that the Syrian president, Bashar al-Assad, would face crippling consequences if he retaliated. “Israel is determined to continue to prevent the transfer of advanced weapons to Hezbollah,” the Israeli official said. “The transfer of such weapons to Hezbollah will destabilize and endanger the entire region.” “If Syrian President Assad reacts by attacking Israel, or tries to strike Israel through his terrorist proxies,” the official said, “he will risk forfeiting his regime, for Israel will retaliate.”  The Israeli official, who had been briefed by high-level officials on Israel’s assessment of the situation in Syria, declined to be identified, citing the need to protect internal Israeli…

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He speaks fast, so get ready. Good points made here:

This is from a comment below this vid on youtube:

Look at these psychopaths (Clinton & Baker) laughing at “taking them out” – in other words – murdering anybody who gets in their way. These people are beneath contempt and I hope they have a date with a rope soon. – GabbyorGibby

They do have a date – but it’s not with a rope. It’s with a lake of fire. This is exactly the mentality of the Sons of Cain I’ve been discussing in my series Machine Men. This is how they think, and it is an abomination. It’s nice to know that some people are awake out there.

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