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- War or Peace Is On the Line In Manhattan Today
Today, Monday, September 28, marks a critical day in history, as Russian President Vladimir Putin comes to Manhattan to present his flanking maneuver against President Obama and his controllers in London and Wall Street. It is a showdown between creativity and insanity, between global development and global disintegration, between peace and war. Putin has already begun deploying extensive military hardware in Syria, at the request of the legitimate Syrian government under President Assad. As he told Charlie Rose in an interview to be broadcast in parts between Sunday night and Tuesday, he is committed to defending that legitimate government, since “any actions to the contrary” would create a disaster “which you can witness now” in Libya. He pointed out that this deployment was entirely according to international law, unlike that of President Obama, whose”provision of military support to illegal structures runs counter to the principles of modern international law and the United Nations Charter.”
There is panic in the White House, as Obama prepares to meet privately with Putin after they both speak at the General Assembly today. To reject Putin’s proposal for an international coalition of nations to protect the sovereign state of Syria, and the world, from the barbarous ISIS, will expose Obama as an overt supporter of precisely those terrorist networks—just as Gen. Michael Flynn, the former head of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, accused Obama on July 31 on Al Jazeera of “willfully” backing al-Qaeda to achieve regime change in Libya and Iraq.
Tass reported on Sunday that already Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Russia have established a center in Baghdad for coordinating intelligence and operations against ISIS, to be run by representatives of the General Staffs of those nations. Will Obama oppose this effort?
President Xi Jinping sent further shock waves through the United Nations on Saturday, presenting Chinese plans for yet more great development projects around the world, and severely criticizing the existing policies of giving aid only to those countries which obediently follow the orders of the Western powers. China, he said, will put “justice over interests” in its development projects.