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Russia’s Withdrawal From Syria Explained - Caspian Report

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Russia’s Withdrawal From Syria Explained - Caspian Report
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Published on Mar 17, 2016
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BAKU - As abruptly as Russia began its military campaign in Syria nearly six months ago, President Putin has ordered the withdrawal of Russian military forces from the country. The President announced that the Russian military had accomplished their mission in Syria and that the estimated 3.000 to 6.000 Russian troops are to withdraw from the country. The process will take about 5 months.

However, Putin is not completely abandoning al-Assad. The S-400 surface-to-air missile system, a number of military advisers and as many as two battalions or about 800 servicemen will remain in Syria, spread over two locations. Meaning, Russian forces will remain operational in the Bassel al-Assad air base in Latakia and the naval facility in Tartus.

This unexpected move has many wondering why. Especially since for months, the Russian forces, backed by warplanes, missiles, and artillery pieces, have bolstered the al-Assad government. The opposition forces have been pushed back, and ISIS is weaker than it was a few months ago. Russia, together with Iran, have turned around the Syrian battlespace. For the first time, in a long time, al-Assad is gaining the upper hand. However, the rebel forces are not yet defeated, and a Russian withdrawal means a setback for al-Assad. So how does Putin’s withdrawal from Syria fit in the geopolitical grand design of Russia?

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The bombing of civilians is barbaric at best. When you see how these peoples homes & livelihoods have been destroyed by the elite & their mercenaries, you can understand (at least I can) why the people are fleeing their homes. Understand, I am not inviting them here. They can relocate in their own region.

First three screen shots of the devastation of private citizens life, taken from the video.
Last shot, the elite safe at home, profiteering from the carnage.
Is it just me, or is something horribly wrong ?
I have always seen well into the future (by recognizing the present condition) & I see this coming to us, unless we change our direction. Our federal government is rapidly taking over states rights & when we resist, the U.N. will be called into action. JMHO
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Yes, Taezzar, this is horrible what has happened to Syria. I pray to God it doesn't happen here, but I agree with you.
Anybody remember Lebanon back in the day? Shooting rockets from the Hilton Hotel against the Sheraton Hotel.
Things get crazy sometimes. We need to stop messing with these countries and bring our troops home, and stop sending weapons over there.
 

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Crazy talk my friend. Do you know how many MIC jobs your "radical" policies would cost us?!?
 

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After seeing the build up [in person] around Washington, District of Corruption the last decade, we need a few million less MIC jobs.
It is obscene.
 

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The four wealthiest counties on that map are all in the suburban D.C. region: Loudoun ($122,294), Fairfax ($110,674) and Arlington ($109,266) in Virginia, and Howard County ($107,490) in Maryland. The typical household in each of these suburbs makes more than twice the national median. Washington, in fact, dominates the top 30: A third of those counties are in this region.

The District of Columbia, at their center, doesn't compare with Philadelphia or Baltimore. The median income in the capital is $71,648 (well above the national median) — but that's still $50,000 less than in Loudoun.
Warmongering and lobbying our "servants" in the District of Corruption is a lucrative racket it seems.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...aces-in-america-all-have-one-thing-in-common/