Introduction — Dec 25, 2014
We know that Islamic state militants have been covertly sponsored by Saudi Arabia, ostensibly a Western ally. We also know of reports that they were being trained by U.S. military personnel, in addition to being armed by the West or its allies.
All of this was being done covertly, but allegedly on the pretext of helping “Syrian opposition” fighters.
As we now know many of those “Syrian” opposition fighter were not even Syrian, but Muslim militants drawn to the conflict from across the world; their passage assisted by Western intelligence and sponsored by the oil rich Gulf States.
In effect the supposed “Muslim militants” were being used as dupes to further the expansion of the Anglo-American-Zionist New World Order.
Following opposition from Iran and Russia in Syria, the Western backed militants appear to have set their sights on a new target; the root of opposition to their plans, Russia.
Now Russia itself is now under assault on multiple fronts. However like Napoleon and Hitler’s earlier campaigns this war is being waged on multiple fronts, and not just through the force of arms.
In the Ukraine a quisling government has been installed in Kiev that even now is considering joining NATO.
Economically the oil price has dived, with the assistance of the Western aligned Gulf states, putting further pressure on Russia’s finances.
While in the media Russia has been accused of being responsible for taking down Flight MH17, even as the same media ignores compelling evidence of Ukrainian involvement.
Now Islamic State emissaries have been spotted on Russia’s border with Afghanistan. Is this the harbinger of a new front being opened and how much longer will Russia allow itself to be undermined before it strikes back?
Islamic State Emissaries Sighted Near Russian Borders: Foreign Minister
Sputnick.com — Dec 25, 2014
MOSCOW, December 25 (Sputnik) — Islamic State (IS) emissaries have been spotted in northern Afghanistan close to the Russian border, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said citing unspecified intelligence reports.
“It is necessary to eliminate their [IS militants’] domination on vast swathes of territory in Iraq, Syria, they have already made incursions in Libya,” Lavrov said in an interview with Russia’s Kommersant newspaper published on Thursday.
“There are reports that their [IS] emissaries have been sighted in northern Afghanistan, which means they are closing in on Central Asia and, therefore, on the Russian borders,” Lavrov stressed.
IS, a radical Sunni group also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), has ceased vast areas in Iraq and Syria, having proclaimed an Islamic caliphate on the territories under its control. The extremists have been performing public crucifixions and beheadings among other atrocities.
The United States is leading an anti-IS coalition that has been conducting airstrikes against IS jihadists in Iraq and Syria. The coalition comprises more than 60 countries, many members of which are taking part in the airstrikes.
Russia has expressed its unwillingness to join any coalitions that bypass the United Nations.