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RUSSIAN WARSHIPS–PATRIOT MISSILES TO SYRIA

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December 31, 2012 in Uncategorized

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RUSSIAN WARSHIPS–PATRIOT MISSILES TO SYRIA

While the world was transfixed on a vague prophecy from the ancient Mayans, Russia and The United States moved closer to World War 3. This past week, Russia sent 3 more warships to their naval base in Syria. They also have shipped Patriot missiles to the Assad regime.

Just last month the United States sent patriot missiles to Turkey. Russia then sent state of the art surface to surface missiles to Syria. Patriot missiles cannot intercept the new Russian missiles. Then yesterday, the Syrian Army attacked foreign insurgents in Syria and confiscated a large supply of Israeli made weapons and missiles. There are now several nations involved in the Syrian war. It’s only a matter of time before it spills over the borders.

In the past I have characterized the leadership in the U.S. as being run by “insaniacs”. Here is what they have started: They have backed foreign born Al-Qaeda terrorists to destabilize Syria. Then Russia, has quietly supplied Syria with modern weapons. Israel, with 400 to 600 nuclear weapons of their own, has also been supplying the insurgents. Iran, is sending arms to Syria. Meanwhile, the U.S. has been attacking Pakistan, Yemen, Sudan and Afghanistan with armed drones. Most times, innocent civilians are being killed. China has then stated an attack on Pakistan is an attack on China. Pakistan has also reiterated their alliance with Iran. If your wish for 2013 is World War 3, you may get it.

Russia sends more warships to Syria: Reports


Mon Dec 31, 2012 6:30AM GMT

 
Russia has reportedly sent a warship carrying a marines unit to Syria’s Mediterranean port of Tartus, where Moscow has a naval base.

Citing military sources, Russian media reported on Sunday that the Novocherkassk landing ship left the port of Novorossiisk in the Black Sea and is due to arrive at Tartus in the early days of January.

Two other warships, the Azov and Nikolai Filchenkov, have also reportedly been dispatched to Syria from Russian naval bases since Friday.

Reports say Moscow is preparing a plan to evacuate Russian nationals living and working in Syria in case the situation in the country worsens.


Two weeks ago, Russia’s Defense Ministry announced that a fleet of Russian warships had been sent from the Baltic port of Baltiysk to the Mediterranean Sea near the Syrian waters.

It said the flotilla includes the frigate Yaroslav Mudry, the landing ships Kaliningrad and Alexander Shabalin, as well as two other vessels.

Russia, a key ally of Syria, has a small naval maintenance facility at Tartus port.



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