David Icke sits down with Filip Karinja to discuss a wide range of topics in what is David’s biggest interview of 2016 and most up-to-date.
David Icke has been saying that the world is not what we think it is for over 26 years. Now more than ever people around the world are beginning to see the world anew as information previously hidden begins to surface.
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This is one interview you don’t want to miss!
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Having collapsed just over a month ago, peace talks to end the Syrian strife resumed today amid the “fragile” truce brokered by US and Russia. So that makes the following even more intriguing:
- *PUTIN ORDERS `MAIN PART’ OF RUSSIAN ARMY TO START SYRIA PULLOUT
- *PUTIN SPOKE W/ ASSAD, TOLD HIM OF DECISION TO PULL OUT: PESKOV
So having stated proof of Turkish troops in Syria this morning, and after the resignation of the Russian navy commander, Putin tells the foreign ministry to intensify their role in the peace process. Continue reading »
The UN envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura announced on Friday that UN-supervised Syrian elections should be held in 18 months.
“New elections should be held 18 months from the start of [peace] talks, this is from 14 March,” de Mistura told the Russian RIA Novosti state news agency. Continue reading »
A majority of Parliament has approved sending Danish F-16 fighter jets, a transport aircraft and a team of special forces to fight the organisation Islamic State in Syria.
As of mid-2016, the total Danish military contribution will encompass about 400 soldiers, incuding pilots and support personnel. 60 of the 400 will be member of the two Danish special forces groups: the Hunter Corps (Jægerkorpset) and the Frogman Corps (Frømandskorpset). Continue reading »
(TFC) Damascus, Syria – It may be hard for many consumers of Western media to remember the original reasons for the Syrian civil war but those who have been paying attention remember the conflict was originally started as an effort to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad in a manner similar to Libya. After being billed as a dictator similar to Saddam Hussein in Iraq or Muammar Gaddafi in Libya; Assad was targeted by Western intervention in the same way yet has retained power longer than his enemies ever suspected and has now promised to play his part in ending the conflict in surprising ways. Continue reading »
04/03/2016 – VIENNA, Austria – Another Teen Girl Arrested for Trying to Join ISIS
An 18 year old Chechen-born girl was given a sentence of six months after she was convicted of involvement in a terrorist organization. The teen attempted to join ISIS in order to marry an Islamic state fighter in Syria. The verdict comes int he wake of another teen from Sweden who was arrested in Austria after attempting to go to Syria to also join ISIS.
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Russia considers continuing artillery shelling of Syrian territory by Turkey to be a provocative act aimed at derailing reconciliation process in the war-torn country, the commander of the Russian center for reconciliation in Syria said Wednesday.
HMEYMIM AIRBASE (Sputnik) — Last week, Russia and the United States reached an agreement on the ceasefire in Syria. The cessation of hostilities took effect at midnight on Saturday, Damascus time, generally holding across the country despite reported minor violations. Continue reading »
There have been 31 violations of the Syrian ceasefire over the past three days, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said. She added that during the same period the number of ceasefire agreements between local groups increased to 38.
Zakharova told reporters on Wednesday the figures were provided by the US. However, she did not specify who had broken the ceasefire. Continue reading »
Saudi Arabia has acknowledged that the US-led anti-ISIS coalition has held a “political” discussion about a potential ground troop deployment in Syria. Riyadh’s statements have been criticized by Damascus as destructive and a threat to regional security.
In an interview with Reuters, an aide to Saudi Arabia’s defense minister, Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri, confirmed that defense ministers from the anti-Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) coalition debated placing ground troops on the ground in Syria during a ministerial meeting in Brussels last month. Continue reading »
SAUDI Arabia appears to be preparing for a massive ground invasion of Syria, with possibly the support of the airforce of NATO member Turkey – putting Syrian President Assad on the defensive, warning both countries not to enter Syrian territory.
In recent days a number of key military initiatives have taken place both in Saudi Arabia and in Turkey which correspond with recent threats made by both countries to reverse the tide of the Syrian war, following a number of key battles won by Russian and Assad regime forces. Continue reading »
Some unexpected statements emerged in Al-Jazeera’s interview with Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, who acknowledged that Ankara was supporting armed groups in Syria, while ruling out a Turkish invasion and accusing Russia of ethnic cleansing.
Davutoglu praised the militants currently in control of the strategic city of Aleppo, who are engaged in a war against Damascus, for repelling attacks from various forces.
“How would they be able to defend themselves if there was no Turkish support of the Syrian people? … If there’s today a real moderate Syrian opposition, it’s because of the Turkish support. If today the [Assad] regime isn’t able to control all the territories [it’s] because of Turkish and some other countries’ support,” he told Al-Jazeera earlier this week. Continue reading »
Sec. State Kerry’s Plan B waits in the wings
A plan prepared by the United Nations Security Council and backed by the United States and Russia to declare a ceasefire in Syria will be ignored by al-Nusra and other al-Qaeda aligned groups.
Russia expects the UN Security Council to back Syria ceasefire plan https://t.co/DI2VWrDZG1
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) February 26, 2016
The High Negotiations Committee (HNC) said Free Syrian Army (FSA) factions signed up to a temporary “cessation of hostilities” that begins at midnight Friday. Continue reading »
A CIA-backed anti-Assad militia reportedly killed at least one senior Russian military official this week with an American TOW anti-tank missile. Is this a Soviet-Afghan replay?
Evidence has emerged strongly suggesting that U.S.-armed rebels have used an American-supplied weapons system to kill a handful of senior Russian military officials in Syria.
Video footage, circulated by a known CIA-backed Free Syrian Army militia, shows a laser-guided BGM-71 TOWs anti-tank missile fired at a rooftop where unidentified uniformed personnel had gathered. The location of the building under attack is likely Latakia province, where the rebels have lately suffered setbacks as a result of intensified Russian airstrikes and artillery shelling aiding forces loyal to Bashar al-Assad’s regime. Continue reading »
Last Monday, Washington and Moscow hailed an agreement that would see a temporary cessation of hostilities in Syria.
The “ceasefire” went into effect on Saturday and so far, so good. “Clashes and airstrikes across western Syria largely abated Saturday morning, as an internationally backed truce took hold in parts of the country where rebels have been fighting the regime,” WSJ reported this morning. Although the SAA apparently hit a few rebel positions east of Damascus, overall, “it was a calm morning.”
Russia said it would halt all flights over the country for the first 24 hours to avoid “mistakes” in targeting. “Given the entry into force of the U.N. Security Council resolution that supports the Russian-American agreements on a ceasefire, and to avoid any possible mistakes when carrying out strikes, Russian military planes, including long-range aviation, are not carrying out any flights over Syrian territory on Feb. 27,” the Defense Ministry said. Continue reading »
State Department is making noises about willingness to abandon regime change and settle for a ‘mere’ partition of Syria, but Russia is having none of it
It wasn’t so long ago that London was accusing Russia of plotting to partition Syria. The context of the allegation was that supposedly Russia has begun to see it will not be able to win in Syria and had now settled for carving out an Alawite mini state for Assad.
Yet three weeks later and one Turkey-rebel supply route less and it’s Washington which is talking up partition instead. And furthermore doing so from a position of weakness that UK’s Philip Hammond had been earlier deluding himself that the Russians were working from. Continue reading »
Vladimir Putin hopes his American partners understand that the fight against terrorism in Syria should continue even after the ceasefire goes into effect.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russia hopes the United States understands that the fight against Daesh as well as against other terrorist groups in Syria must continue even after the cessation of hostilities agreement goes into effect, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday. Continue reading »
At a time when the international community is looking forward to the possibility of putting an end to the bloody conflict in Syria that has dragged on for years, while putting their hopes behind the agreement that was achieved between the US and Russia on February 22 regarding the cessation of all hostile activities in Syria, certain forces in the United States carry on banging the war drum.
A source close to Russian President Vladimir Putin has informed award-winning journalist Robert Parry that Putin has warned Turkey that any attempted ground invasion of Syria will be met with the defensive use of tactical nuclear weapons on the battlefield.
A tactical nuclear weapon also known as non-strategic nuclear weapon refers to a nuclear weapon which is designed to be used on a battlefield in military situations. These differ from strategic nuclear weapons, which refers to weapons that are much larger in destructive power and are typically delivered by ICBM or SLBM missiles (though there are some that are air-dropped).
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When the Russians started flying from Latakia on September 30 it put the Syrian opposition in a decisively precarious situation.
Whereas the Syrian air force was largely out of date and relied on replacement parts and continual maintenance to remain viable, Moscow brought one of the most formidable sky attacks on the planet to a fight against rebels with zero air capability and exceptionally limited capacity to defend themselves against an aerial assault. Continue reading »
“Were Turkey to send ground troops into Syria, NATO officials are increasingly concerned that the alliance could get dragged into a direct armed conflict with the Russians. Recent shelling of the Azaz corridor by Ankara underscores the fact that Erdogan would rather be defeated in battle than allow Russia to roll up rebels at Aleppo and proclaim vitctory. That sets the stage for an epic confrontation between the Czar and the Sultan.”
If you want our take – and let’s face it, you must because that’s why you’re here – we wouldn’t put too much faith in today’s announced Syrian “ceasefire” agreement.
Although the deal calls for the cessation of hostilities as of Saturday at midnight, you shouldn’t expect the Russians and the Iranians to halt their advance on Aleppo and likewise, you shouldn’t expect Turkey to stop shelling the Azaz corridor in a largely transparent effort to keep the supply lines to the rebels open. Continue reading »
For months, the US and Russia have been busy wrangling over possible terms for a ceasefire in Syria.
In addition to the fact that getting everyone to the table is well nigh impossible given the multifarious nature of the opposition and given how contentious the relationship between Tehran and Riyadh has become, there’s also the issue of Bashar al-Assad’s fate. Russia and Iran are not prepared to accept an outcome that doesn’t at least give the President a role in the country’s political future and Washington’s regional Sunni allies are bound and determined to finish what they started by usurping the government at all costs. Continue reading »
Turkey has the right to carry out military operations not only in Syria, but in any other country, which is hosting terror groups that threaten the Turkish state, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said.
“Turkey has every right to conduct operations in Syria and the places where terror organizations are nested with regards to the struggle against the threats that Turkey faces,” Erdogan was cited as saying by the Hurriyet newspaper. Continue reading »
We’re on the road to WW3.
War between Russia and Turkey has been predicted by several seers a long time ago.
Before I was thinking that this could only happen if Turkey has left NATO.
Literally for months, Turkey has been causing all sorts of trouble in the Middle East, and wielding its membership in NATO as a shield against reprisals. Today, that nonsense ended.
“Ankara should not exaggerate its NATO resources: The alliance would not give any support of a Turkish aggression against Russia.” Those were the words of Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn, who made clear he spoke for several other NATO Member countries. Continue reading »
Liberators from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) have found tons of supplies – from Saudi Arabia and Turkey – in villages they liberated from ISIS!
Prior to the liberation, ISIS terrorist were in complete control of these villages inside Syria; no one could enter or exit without permission from the ISIS terror group. So how did “emergency relief aid” from Saudi Arabia and Turkey end-up in ISIS-controlled areas? Continue reading »
Over the past few days, there has been a whirlwind of media attention over events in Syria and a likely Invasion of that country. Syria, as everyone knows, is an ally of Russia and Russia is operating inside that country, with the permission of its lawfully elected government.
Despite a whirlwind of statements from several Arab nations, NATO and the UN, Russia has only said two things: Continue reading »
Flash message via the SWIFT Banking Communication System urges Bankers / Investors to immediately remove their capital (cash/stocks) from Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
The message allegedly says war “imminent” — Turkey and Saudi Arabia to suffer “staggering” losses to Russia once invasion of Syria begins.
Message suggests only forty eight hours remain for banks/investors to get assets out safely!Developing . . . . check back later
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I have mentioned many times that the TPTB, the Illuminati (The Rothschilds and the other 12 elite families), have WW3 planned for us.
They control all sides. Putin, Obama, Erdogan, Netanyahu, Merkel, Cameron are all elite puppets.
WW2 has been a staged event…
…and so will be WW3.
More info down below.
“Everything calls peace, Schalom! Then it will occur – a new Middle East war suddenly flames up, big naval forces are facing hostiley in the Mediterranean – the situation is strained. But the actual firing spark is set on fire in the Balkan: I see a “large one” falling, a bloody dagger lies beside him – then impact is on impact. …”
And now that Turkey and the Saudis are asking for trouble (and nobody would be that stupid, unless he is told to be that stupid), here is a vision from a nun, Erna Stieglitz (1894–1965):
“Im Sommer, wahrscheinlich im Monat Juli, wenn die Erdölregion bereits in ziemlich festen sowjetischen Händen ist, erfolgt der Angriff der Sowjetunion auf die Süd- und Nordflanke, auf die Türkei, auf Griechenland, auf Jugoslawien und auf Skandinavien. Ende Juli stoßen die
sowjetischen Angriffskeile blitzartig gegen Westeuropa vor. “
“During summertime, probably in the month of July, when the oil region will already be in Russian hands, the attack of the Soviet Union on the southern and the northern flank, on Turkey, Greece, Yugoslavia and Scandinavia will take place.
At the end of July (consistent with Irlmaier’s prediction) the Soviet attacking armies start a Blitzkrieg against Western Europe.”
According to her there will be a (full) nuclear exchange, not at the beginning, but later on during the war. Continue reading »