Furious: Putin Sends Warships Laden With Tanks and Military Vehicles Sailing to Syria as World Awaits Russia’s Response to Airstrikes

Two Russian warships laden with military vehicles have been spotted en route to Syria after Friday’s US-led airstrikes obliterated three suspected chemical weapons sites.

EDITOR’S NOTE: For the past 48 hours, the geopolitical world has been wondering what sort of response Putin was going to have to Friday night’s missile attack on Syrian chemical weapons production by Allied forces. Warship and enormous cargo ships filled with Russian military equipment are at this moment steaming towards Syria. Putin has not said exactly what he plans on doing, other than promises  to “respond with consequences” in a meaningful way. But it looks like he’s getting ready to respond. 

An Alligator-landing ship was pictured cruising down The Bosphorus on Sunday as the world awaits Vladimir Putin’s response to this week’s co-ordinated military action against Syria.  The vessel was spotted on its way to the Russian naval base at Tartus on the north Syrian coast.

On its fourth deployment of Russian military equipment to the war-torn country the ship was seen laden with tanks, trucks, ambulances and an IED radar.

A yellow RoRo Alexandr Tkachenko was also pictured heading for Tartus carrying high-speed patrol boats, a temporary bridge structure and several trucks. The images were posted on social media by Bosphorus-based naval observer Yörük Işık.

They come in wake of Friday’s US-led campaign against Bashar al-Assad’s regime and a chemical weapons attack that brutally murdered 75 civilians.

The blue Project 117 LST Orsk 148 ship was carrying Soviet BTR-80 tanks, Ramaz trucks and a Pelena-1 bomb radar, used to detect IEDs. A second yellow cargo vessel was equipped with a BMK-T boat used for building temporary bridges and an array of other military hardware.

The Russian warships approaching Syria come after the United States outlined new economic sanctions in response to Moscow’s continued support of Assad’s regime in Syria.

Nikki Haley, US Ambassador to the United Nations, said measures to be imposed on Monday will send a message to Russia after it blocked six UN attempts to investigate its use of chemical weapons.

In Washington President Donald Trump stood by his comments that the strikes he commanded were a ‘mission accomplished’ after he was slated for repeating George W Bush’s controversial use of the phrase during the Iraq war.

Meanwhile French President ((((((Emmanuel)))))) Macron today insisted the allied forces had not ‘declared war’ on Syria.

He told a French TV station: ‘We have not declared war on the regime of Bashar al-Assad.’ During the two-hour interview he also claimed he had ‘convinced’ Trump to maintain a military presence in Syria after the US leader threatened to pull out of the country entirely.

It emerged that Trump called Mr Macron twice before he shared his intention to strike Syria in a Twitter post. But he failed to call UK Prime Minister Theresa May in the early stages of the operation, giving the French leader the opportunity to claim France is America’s leading ally in Europe.

Vladimir Putin condemned Friday’s strikes as an ‘act of aggression’ that will worsen the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria and have a ‘destructive influence on the entire system of international relations.

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A high-speed patrol boat is pictured on board the Alexandr Tkachenko cargo vessel seen on The Bosphorus on Sunday

But Trump has vowed to carry out more if Bashar al-Assad’s regime dares to use chemical weapons again.

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson today defended Britain’s decision to stand up to ‘barbarism’ amid criticism of Mrs May for agreeing to the strike without a vote in the House of Commons. Mr Johnson said failure to respond to Assad’s use of illegal chemical weapons against his own people would have undermined ‘civilised values’.

He said ‘so far, thank heavens, the Assad regime has not been so foolish to launch another chemical weapons attack,’ adding that Britain and its allies ‘would study what the options were’ in the event of another attack.

But amid fears of revenge attacks by Russia and criticism of Theresa May for acting without a Commons vote, Mr Johnson stressed there was no intention of getting more deeply involved in the Syrian civil war.

Concerns have been raised that a cyber backlash could see vital services including water supplies, gas networks, banks, hospitals and air traffic control affected. source

Saudi Arabia Mobilizes 150,000 Ground Troops For an Invasion of Yemen

Saudi Arabia has called for air strikes and is imposing a no fly zone to combat the Iran-linked rebels taking hold in neighboring Yemen.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi Arabia has mobilized 150,000 troops and some 100 fighter jets to rout Iran-linked fighters that have taken over swathes of neighboring Yemen, a security adviser to the kingdom told NBC News on Thursday.

 

The adviser, who asked that his name not be used, did not say whether any of Saudi troops had crossed the border into Yemen as part of the kingdom’s military intervention to arrest Yemen’s rapidly deteriorating crisis. But he said Saudi Arabia was in “complete control” of Yemeni airspace after launching airstrikes overnight and started implementing a no-fly zone.

The conflict risks becoming a proxy war between Sunni Muslim states and Shiite Iran, which Saudi Arabia accuses of supporting the Houthi rebels and trying to increase its influence throughout the region.

Iran quickly condemned the airstrikes launched by Saudi Arabia and its allies as “very dangerous.”

“Many innocent people were killed,” Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afgam said in a statement. “Regional governments should show respect to each other and peacefully resolve matters.”

Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who was in Switzerland for nuclear talks, said there was an “urgent need for dialogue” among Yemenis without “external interference.”

A broad-based coalition of nations — including the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Morocco, Sudan and Qatar — were lending air support to the Saudi intervention with 115 additional fighter planes, the adviser said. Egypt and Pakistan were part of the broader coalition, he added.

Secretary of State John Kerry commended the work of the coalition and underlined U.S. support for the effort — including intelligence sharing, targeting assistance, and advisory and logistical help — in talks with his counterparts in the region on Thursday, a senior U.S. official said.

The escalation comes after Iran-linked Houthi rebels captured al-Anad airbase near the port city of Aden earlier in the week — an installation formerly used the U.S. and Europe in the fight against al Qaeda — as part of their power grab in the poor Arab nation.

 

While reports swirled that President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, a close U.S. ally, had fled the country, those claims were denied by his nephew and key adviser Mohammed Hadi.

Saudi Arabia said strikes had destroyed compounds and military installations used by the Houthis and forces loyal to their ally, former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Airstrikes were reported deep inside Yemen, including in capital Sanaa where homes near the international airport were flattened, according to The Associated Press.

An employee of the five-star Mercure hotel in the key port city of Aden told NBC News that he was hearing firing all around the building and called the situation a “mess.”

“We don’t know who is in control,” said the worker who asked that his name not be used.

Iran Condemns Israeli Aggression against Syria, Warns of Response

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran’s foreign ministry lashed out at the Israeli regime for its missile strikes on the T4 airbase in Syria’s Homs province, warning that Tel Aviv will be punished for its aggressive action.

“I think that the usurper and occupying Zionist regime will sooner or later receive the necessary responses which will make them regret their deeds. They cannot do something and escape punishment,” Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi told reporters in Tehran on Monday.

He underlined that aggression against the Syrian territories and sovereignty is “unacceptable”, and said, “The resistance and Syrian military forces can defend their territorial integrity and national sovereignty and will do so.”

In relevant remarks last Tuesday, Iranian Supreme Leader’s top aide for international affairs Ali Akbar Velayati cautioned that Israel should be waiting for a powerful response to its April 8 airstrikes on the T4 airbase in the Syrian province of Homs.

Velayati was quoted by the Arabic-language al-Mayadeen news channel as saying upon arrival in Damascus that the Israeli missile attack on the Syrian T4 airbase “will not remain unanswered”.

He also lauded the Syrian army for its “vital” victories against the terrorists in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus.

Velayati is in Damascus at the invitation of the Syrian officials for the latest coordination in the fight against the terrorist groups.

Tehran declared last Monday that four of its military advisers have been martyred in Israel’s overnight airstrikes on T4 airbase in Homs, although later reports said the number of the Iranian casualties stand at 7.

Two Israeli fighter jets attacked the Syrian army’s T4 military base in Homs province from the Lebanese airspace, killing and wounding over a dozen militaries, including 7 Iranian military advisers.

The Russian Defense Ministry said last Monday that Israeli F-15 fighter jets targeted Syria’s airbase. The warplanes fired eight guided missiles, but Syrian air defense units shot down five before they could hit the airfield. Three of the missiles reached the Western part of the airfield.

The Israeli fighters did not enter Syrian airspace and launched the strikes while flying over Lebanon.

The Tel Aviv regime has launched sporadic attacks against various targets on Syrian soil over the past few years, in assaults slammed by Damascus as attempts to boost terrorist groups who have been suffering heavy defeats on the battlefield with President Bashar Assad forces.

The latest such attacks took place in mid-February when Israel bombed a Syrian Army facility in Central Syria. Damascus shot down at least one Israeli F-16 returning from the bombing raid.

The Syrian army has seized Israeli-made arms and military equipment from militants fighting pro-Damascus forces on numerous occasions ever since the war of militancy started in the country. Israel has also been providing medical treatment to the militants wounded in the Arab country.

Europe Worried New Syria War Could Lead to New Refugee Crisis

Andrew Anglin

Daily Stormer
April 14, 2018

Oh shit – everyone forgot about this little issue when they were scrambling to help the poor babies who got sprayed with water hoses on those YouTube videos.

Breitbart:

The Interior Minister of France Gerard Collomb and German Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer have expressed concern that U.S. led airstrikes in Syria against the Assad regime could fuel a new wave of mass migration to Europe.

The two Interior Ministers expressed their concern Thursday during a meeting in Paris with Seehofer saying, “We both would like the conflicts to be solved diplomatically and through dialogue. A continuation of this spiral (of violence) would amplify the problem of migration,” Belgian newspaper Le Soir reports.

French Interior Minister Collomb agreed with Seehofer saying, “We see everything that could trigger conflict and we are trying to prevent it and that’s how we can ensure that there will not be more refugees tomorrow new theatres of war that would cause problems to our different countries.”

“Germany was confronted three years ago with a great migratory problem which was not without difficulties,” Collomb said and linked the 2015 migrant crisis to the rise of the anti-mass migration Alternative for Germany (AfD) who won seats in the federal parliament last year and now serve as the official opposition to the coalition government of Chancellor Angela Merkel.

“If today 92 deputies of extreme right sit in the Bundestag it is because these issues have created a certain difficulty in German public opinion,” Collomb added.

The question here is: how could this situation not lead to another invasion?

People from Syria – and Afghanistan, Pakistan, all of Africa, etc. – are always looking for a reason to come to Europe, and the leadership of Europe is always looking for a reason to bring them in.

Of course, Trump has signaled a 2015-tier new wave of millions of brown people flooding the continent.

Which is going to make it that much harder for them to fight WWIII against Russia – because for one thing, the people of these countries are going to be asking what the hell they are fighting for.

For Moslems? For a future Islamic caliphate?

Russians know what they’re fighting for.

Furthermore, when there is chaos in these countries, and food rationing, these Moslems are going to be causing a lot more problems than they’re already causing.

They came to Europe to be KINGS, living in mansions and driving race cars.

They’re not going to be happy living on bread and water. And their numbers are going to be high enough that they will be able to seize control of large parts of European cities.

Whatever the details, there is going to be an extreme state of domestic turmoil in Europe as things kick off over the next year.

That will be good for Russia.

Last thing (in this article – I’m sure there are a whole lot of other things worth saying): the anti-migrant parties that are gaining power and influence because of this invasion are also going to be the parties that will collaborate with Russia.

That is just the fact: being a patriot in the West right now means being on the side of Russia in a war.

Because no Russia ever flooded me with brown people.

Or taught my 5-year-old about becoming a tranny.

Emergency UN Security Council Meeting…

Andrew Anglin

Daily Stormer
April 14, 2018

The UN Security Council is meeting right now.

I would really be surprised at all if Nikki Haley comes out and finally admits she’s a tranny to distract from how fucking stupid this whole shit is.

I mean, that would make a lot of sense, right?

If Trump was doing a “Wag the Dog” situation to distract from his sex scandals that are being unveiled after the raid on his lawyer, then Haley can do a “Dog the Wag” move to distract from how fucking insane it was to bomb Syria over a chemical attack that the head of the Pentagon admitted he can’t even confirm happened (before explaining he’d seen posts about it on social media that seemed credible).

RT:

Russia has called an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council over the strikes that the US, UK, and France carried out in Syria on Saturday, calling the attack “blatant disregard of international law.”

By acting without any mandate from the UN Security Council, the US and its allies violated the norms and principles of international law, as well as undermining the authority of the UNSC, Russian Envoy to the UN Vasily Nebenzia said, denouncing the strikes against Syria as “an aggression against a sovereign state.”

Nebenzia also called the attack “hooliganism.” He said that the two research facilities that were targeted in the strike had been inspected by the OPCW, which didn’t find any traces of chemical weapons.

;p;

Hooliganism is the perfect word.

 

Though almost sort of too cool sounding for the kike-tool Boomer Trump.

For some reason that Rancid song just came on my YouTube playlist (I think it’s because I was listening to Blink 182 when I was having a mini MILLENNIAL BASH at my room).

But I guess that isn’t really very cool, is it?

Not anywhere near as cool as Blink 182. Doesn’t deserve to be on the same playlist.

Just like Donald “OY VEY MY CHEMICAL BABIES, GOYIM” Trump doesn’t deserve to be on the same playlist as VLADIMIR PUTIN – DEFENDER OF CHRISTENDOM.

Just like a year ago, the US used a staged a chemical attack against civilians as a pretext for its strikes, Nebenzia said, adding that Russian military experts found no trace of any chemical agent at the scene of the alleged attack in the Damascus suburb of Douma. “In a sign of cynical disdain,” a group of Western countries decided to take military action without waiting for a group of OPCW experts to present the results of an investigation into the incident, according to Nebenzia.

Russia did “everything possible” to convince the US and its allies to refrain from their military plans, which could destabilize, not only Syria, but the whole Middle East. However, Washington, London, and Paris “preferred to disregard appeals to common sense,” he added.

Yeah, they’re done pulling punches and just calling a false flag a false flag – literally blaming the US directly.

There is one punch they pull though.

The turd in the punch bowl.

That said…

Russia was doing this UN meeting because they’re trying to do this whole “see we’re a normal reasonable democracy, just like the kind you say you are” thing.

So now that this is ending in a few hours…

The retaliation is coming.

Please, please, please let it be a nuke on Tel Aviv.