Why Donald Trump Is Right About Russia’s Involvement In Syria And Why The Rest Are DEAD WRONG

By Walid Shoebat

Donald Trump says the United States should let Russia intervene in Syria all it wants. But Chris Christie is calling for a bigger U.S. role accusing Bashar Al-Assad of Syria of killing 300,000 people. While the media says that this is showing that a rift highlights internal divide within the GOP, truth is that this is not a GOP issue and this whole claim that “Bashar Al-Assad killed 300,000 people” is a blatant a lie (which we will debunk later).

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What Christie says is blatantly false. In all its midd-east policy, the United States, regardless if republican or democrat is in charge, politicians are usually in cahoots when it comes to the Middle East. They have always been on record to be in-line with their NATO ally, the red dragon of Turkey, which spearheads the ousting of Bashar Al-Assad.

Trump is correct and he knows the Muslim masters the art of the deal, much better than the flat-footed American, who knows little history. Turkey the red dragon wants the American eagle to clear the runway,  removing every pest who opposes a Caliphate. Bashar Al-Assad of Syria stands in the way of Turkey’s plans.

From Ronald Reagan during the Russia-Afghanistan war to Obama’s support of the Arab Spring, if anyone is in doubt, just ask: had the U.S. never intervened in Iraq and in Afghanistan, would the Taliban and ISIS have ever been born?

Politicians like Christie and the rest argue using one major falsity which Christie promoted:

“There’s now 300,000 nearly dead in Syria because of Assad and now Putin is going in and teaming with the Iranians to prop up Assad”.

The GOP will always spew out the same flood from the red-dragon of Turkey where such slanders originate. Reuters quoted Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu with this same sentiment on Monday:

But he also echoed Ankara’s long-standing view, saying: “Nobody can foresee Syria’s future with al-Assad. It’s not possible to accept a person responsible for killing 300,000 to 350,000 people, a dictator.”

And in other interviews “300,000 were massacred by all means including chemical weapons …” says the Turkish devil-fox to another dumb hen from CNN, Christiane Amanpour. Davutoglu, like Christie and John McCain  claims that 300,000 casualties in Syria were all the result of Bashar Al-Assad’s barbarity.

Haven’t we all heard this same rhetoric about Saddam Hussein made by politicians and western journalists who insist that all dictatorships must be replaced?

Fact is on Trump’s side: every dictatorship in the middle east was replaced by an Islamist devil.

The Muslim is brilliant in the bazar and he knows the Art of the Deal where the flat-footed American is always the tourist buying his wares. McCain and Christie bought into the lie hook line and sinker, which was made by the Turk claiming that “300,000 were massacred by all means [in Syria] including using chemical weapons …” (see interview at 8:00)

So did Bashar kill “300,000” people?

A quick look at this issue will show that the media is the worst medium to learn. First of all, the evidence clearly shows that Bashar never used chemical weapons on his civilian population. It was terrorists who used chemical weapons. In December 2012, the chemical plant SYSACCO 29 kilometers (18 mi) east of Aleppo was taken by rebel fighters from the Al-Nusra Front, just as this same group took the weapons from the Americans who stupidly supplied them to the so-called anti-Bashar resistance fighters.

Trump was right while all the others were dead wrong.

The factory produces chlorine among other chemicals. On 5 November 2014, the Syrian UN-ambassador Bashar al-Jaafari, said “terrorist organizations stole about 200 tons of [chlorine gas] from” the factory. On 30 May 2013, it was Turkey’s own security forces that had arrested Al-Nusra Front fighters in the southern provinces of Mersin and Adana near the Syrian border and confiscated 2 kg of sarin gas.

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US Intel also said Saddam has weapons of mass destruction. For how long will American’s trust politicians?

History repeats itself. This is the same story when US Intel also said Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. It all turned out false.

Secondly, no one knows the exact numbers and estimates of deaths in the Syrian Civil War and no serious expert would agree that Assad “massacred 300,000” by using “chemical weapons” or even conventional weapons. These are lies that can never be substantiated by fact.

The numbers on the death toll (be it civilians or terrorists) vary between 133,585 to 306,270. On 15 January 2015, the United Nations put out an estimate of 220,000 that had died in the war.

While the anti-Bashar inflate the numbers and if we take the middle ground, 220,000 (and even that is infalted), and then take what  anti-Bashar human rights watch groups say, we will find a real surprise. Such “casualties in Syria were: “22,624 Arab, European, Asian, American and Australian fighters from the ISIS, al-Nusra Front, Junoud al-Sham battalion, Jund Al-Aqsa battalion, Jund al-Sham Movement and al-Khadra’.”

And we must ask, what are these foreign fighters doing in Syria in the first place?

And we ask, are corpses from ISIS and Al-Nusra “civilian casualties” that we simply add on the plate as “civilians” and we blame all this on Bashar Al-Assad? If we take such logic, America is guilty for killing the blood of saints: ISIS in Syria.

Then we have 34,838, other Islamist terrorist were rightfully killed from the so-called rebel fighters while 44,000 were killed from the Syrian military fighting these terrorists.

Add it all up and it is well over 100,000 non-civilians combatants killed in battles between Syrian military and terrorists. Then we have 63,000 civilians killed as a result of the clashes between terrorist and government military which in every war civilian casualties happen. This especially that the Syrian army goes from house to house to avoid civilian casualty and risk losing military in the process. Assad can burry everyone be it civilian or terrorist from the air to end the war. But to say that Bashar killed these civilians intentionally is ludicrous.

Even the UN’s top human rights official, Navi Pillay, said that the total stands at 92,901 deaths and that more than 5,000 killings have been documented every month since last July. The figures include just under 27,000 new killings since the start of December, she added.

But the truth sooner or later comes out from the few who are righteous like Trump and Former British ambassador to Syria, Sir Andrew Green who said that “Bashar al-Assad is not a dictator” and even adds what resonates to what Donald Trump says: “if you think arming the rebels is the answer, then you don’t understand Syria”.

Green criticized the spin. How could Assad be a dictator if he was democratically elected president gaining 88% of the population’s vote and no media reported any signs of election fraud. He is the one and only legitimate representative of the Syrian people. Syria is not a one-man dictatorship and in fact shows many signs of allowing dynamic debate.

Here I am a Christian who supports Israel’s right to exist and even I was able to interview with a Syrian analyst speaking from Syria where we could discuss our views openly. All my life as a youth I watched Duraid Lahham’s comedy series from Syria that openly criticized the Syrian government. Today even Duraid Lahham who was a long-time critique of the Syrian government now stands with Bashar Al-Assad.

The whole claim of ‘Bashar murdered his own population’ depends on which side of the fence you support, the terrorists or the government. Governments always kill terrorists and some do it more ruthlessly than others. All politicians have an agenda. So Christie will lure you to think what is good as being bad and what is bad as being good so long he looks as if he has grown some balls. They would like you to believe that Bashar and Saddam were like Hitler and Stalin.

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While dictators always squash rebellions by killing, Turkey kills Kurds, so did Saddam and Hafez Al-Assad killed tens of thousands from the Muslim Brotherhood’s rebellion in Hama in 1982 which tried to topple the government. The folks in Hama needed killing just as Japan and Germany needed it too during WWII.

So what you see from what McCain and others display with corpses are Muslim Brotherhood operatives.

Is it worthwhile for Americans to die for these bastards? No.

Trump is right.

If these politicians were so righteous, why did they, instead of finding the spec in Bashar’s eye, why did they not force Turkey to confess the genocide of one million Armenians?

You see, it is here where the truth always reveal, that all none Christians must participate in hurting Christ’s body. Christ was crucified by both gentile and Jew who hated Him. Today even Israel and the United States take Turkey’s position in refusing to recognize the Armenian Genocide.

What are these politicians doing about it?

Nothing. Here watch what politicians do and how they even use the Bible to spew out their bile in the end:

All this talk of how “bad Bashar is” is the pecking of chickens on the spec in Bashar’s eye, while forgetting the log in theirs. We all must make choices. We either think that Russia is Gog and it needs condemnation or we think that Russia and Syria defends the Christians who are the Body of Christ. Prophecy is set in a way that the sheep or goats are revealed based on their choice. The Body of Christ should always count first. If Russia is Gog than stand with Antichrist Turkey and if you are wrong, you have condemned Christ’s body. Protestant Donald Trump is righteous and I will stand with Trump.

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Christiane Amanpour, McCain, Christie, Obama … are all chicken of the same feather

In everything we need to stand with what is right and condemn what is wrong. Even David Ben-Gurion, the founder of the State of Israel should be condemned for what he wrote:

No Messiah but nineteenth-century positivism as coupled to Biblical affirmation of the Jews’ historical place in the land of Israel prompted their massive return.” (D. Ben-Gurion, Memoirs, 1970).

This “positivism” is evil and it also permeates the West. The Christians are the Body of Christ and the Armenians (whom Bashar defends in Syria) are among the most ancient Christians who sponsored the Zionist venture in Israel and even publicly endorsed the Balfour Declaration. Bashar is a Shiite Muslim and as a Christian I will stand with Bashar, the defender of Christians and Jews to live freely in Syria.

Theodor Herzl made clear his evil intentions which was exposed in the eleventh edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica in 1911 cutting a deal with the Sultan to use their influence in the news media to control public opinion concerning the atrocities the Turks had committed against the Armenians.

Herzl also offered the Sultan a deal in exchange for giving Palestine to the Jews, the Zionist movement would help soften world condemnation of Turkey for its genocidal campaign against the Armenians. He even pledged to meet with Armenian leaders to convince them to call off their resistance struggle! In his diary, Herzl wrote,

[The Sultan] could and would receive me as a friend–after I had rendered him a service.… For one thing I am to influence the European press…to handle the Armenian question in a spirit more friendly to the Turks: for another, I am to induce the Armenian leaders directly to submit to him, whereupon he will make all sorts of concessions to them.… I immediately told [Hamid’s agent] that I was ready a me mettre en campagne [to start my campaign.] (see Brenner . P.p 39, 42)

Such policies never change and declaring Bashar as “a devil” to these politicians is sufficient enough where the  exorcism will not be necessary since what needs to be exorcised is Syria from the demon Bashar. According to these devils, the demon is Assad, not the Islamists.

Russia is fighting al-Qaeda’s affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra, which identically operates like ISIS, with all the blood and gore. This also includes a third one, Jaish al-Fatah (Army of Conquest), all of which, including ISIS, desire an Islamic Caliphate.

Logic concludes that with Islam’s Bay’at (allegiance) that such factions, after ousting Bashar, will be glad to give their allegiance to a grand caliphate in the future: Turkey.

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Yet entire interviews goes along with the necessity to “punish Bashar”. The increase of refugees is not something “Turkey would like to prevent” as Davotuglu claims. The idea in telling Muslims who flee from Syria to come to Turkey, while Turkey gladly provides them food, is all done in order to gain the trust of Sunni populations in Syria so the dragon can later spew this flood into Europe. The U.S. supports this whole show, Turkey wants the Muslim world to believe that Turkey is the answer to all the problems in the Muslim World, when in reality, it is the cause of all the problems from spreading Islamism to reviving a dead empire like the Ottomans.

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The rise of ISIS, according to the dragon (Turkey), did not come from Al-Qaeda, but from the West for refusing to end Bashar Al-Assad’s dictatorship. And from such concepts, the American customers from Turkey’s bazars will come back home to roost these ideas that Bashar Al-Assad is a war criminal.

Again, the same recent historic scenarios are being repeated and they go like this: lets find another Saddam, blame him as a world dictator, brutal and such … when in reality this so-called ‘brute’ needs to be ‘expunged’, not because he is a ‘dictator’, but because he is allied to Russia.

Turkey wants Syria. Period. The reason is simple. Turkey seeks to have regional influence and does not yet have its original Ottoman hegemony and control over the region, since it is in need to first establish regional partners. Iran already partners with Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq and can easily spread its tentacles into the region which is the fear of Israel and the U.S.

Turkey would not mind it if they controlled Syria. This is why Turkey seeks to oust Bashar Al-Assad and seeks influence in Egypt and Libya via Muslim Brotherhood and Islamist affiliated alliances.

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Yet none of these issues are brought up by the politicians who just have to look sincere and make short soundbites to fool the masses. Trump knows them well.

The other major problem for Turkey is that Turkey lacks energy sources and predominately relies on Russia and Iran for its oil and gas while Turkey is the gate for Iran’s export for oil and gas into Europe. If these arms are cut off, Turkey’s blood life ends.

The politicians never talk about the oil Turkey steals which already has $800 million worth, that ISIS obtained from regions it occupied this year in the Rumeilan oil fields in northern Syria — and most recently Mosul. These are the oil fields that Trump says we need to bomb and cut-off the blood supply to ISIS which all of it is being siphoned by ISIS and is being sold in Turkey. They have laid pipes from villages near the Turkish border at Hatay. Similar pipes exist also at the Turkish border regions of Kilis, Urfa and Gaziantep. They transfer the oil to Turkey and parlay it into cash. They take the oil from the refineries at zero cost. Using primitive means, they refine the oil in areas close to the Turkish border and then sell it via Turkey. Trump wants to end all this by simply destroying ISIS’s blood life: the oil. Turkey has a foundation in NATO and unlike Iran it can tremendously influence the West while it uses Bashar Al-Assad as its scapegoat devil. But it would do no good to explain all this to the hen whose flat feet are as flat as their minds since smiling politicians are the main spring for millions of fools.

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The politicians could care less about this issue and they can always find someone to mock Trump’s ideas regardless that he is hitting the nail on the head.

Simply put, Trump is no politician. He is simply a righteous American who is currently loved by secularists throughout the Middle East who are dead-sick of democrat Obama and republican Bush. Sure Trump is rich, but so was Joseph of Arimathea. And if God chose a rich man to care for His own body, why would I not choose Trump to also care for His body: the Church?

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