Russia, Syria and the religious war
Russia, Syria and the religious war

Russia, Syria and the religious war

Russia, Syria and the religious war

This index has risen at a mind-numbing rate over the years. To give you an idea of how far this index has risen since we started it almost 11 years ago, consider this; from Feb 2005 to Jan 2006 the Index moved from 300-501. The current reading is 5750. When Israel attacked Lebanon, we stated that the situation was hot, and that was back in 2006. This index has been dead on regarding predicting violence, religious intolerance and the general surge of violent behaviour the world has experienced over the years.  If we could have invested money in this index all our subscribers would be millionaires by now, the same applies to the adult index below.Religious wars plague the Middle East

What is it telling us now?

We are in the maximum overdrive zone.  Nations have very little tolerance for those that try to stamp on their heads, especially governments they no longer respect.  This is a reminder for the U.S, which Russia and China no longer respect it or fear it. In fact, we one of the few voices that went on record to state that Russia would overtly go out of its way to challenge and attack the U.S, especially after the Ukraine incident.  We also went on to state that China would follow In Russia’s footsteps and then these two would team up to openly challenge the US.  No matter what anyone states, the U.S does not have the firepower to take on both Russia and China.

Russia, Syrian and the holy religious war

Russia gave the U.S one hour notice before it started bombing in Syria.  China has countered that they will attack the U.S if they violate what they claim are their waters in the South China Sea.  These guys are not backing down anymore. They have had it with US hegemony and failed policies that have made the world a far uglier place than it was and should be.

Russians in general, when dealing with outsiders are slow to anger.Their silence can sometimes be mistaken for being passive or nonchalant, but when you cross a certain point, the game changes.  When the U.S and Europe came into Russia’s backyard and started telling them what to do, that point was reached. The bear once activated does not back down, and it will hunt till its killed or it kills its foe.  Russia is going to challenge the U.S and every twist and turn of the road. Next they will challenge NATO in a more overt manner and show the world that NATO is nothing but a teddy bear. NATO’s strength lies in the illusion it creates that it will help any nation that is challenged. We would like to see just how many nations will come to help Turkey or Lithuania, or Poland or any other member of NATO if Russia challenges them.

More importantly, Putin is going to make the House of Saud Pay very dearly for their betrayal. We will not be surprised if they start to equip the Houtis and the Yemeni army with serious weapons to give the House of Saud a dose of their own medicine. Without any help, the Houtis and the Yemeni Army are already a painful thorn. Things will only get worse. In fact, Putin might actually send bombers to Saudi Arabia if they provoke Russia enough.

The Houtis and the Yemeni Army continue to push into Saudi arabia; a report suggested they were on the outskirts of Riydah in Saud and clashes were taking place in the south of the city, however as the Saudis are being wiped out in their own country they have yet to acknowledge even it. Saudi Arabia will burn in 2016.   Full Story

Putin also decided to sell the advanced version of the S-300 to Iran, only after Saudi Arabia attacked Yemen. Iran will be happy to take on the House of Saud, and Russia is providing them with the necessary means to do so.  The House of Saud is going to get very hot shortly.  One thing many forget is that despite all the stuff that is being said about  Assad, he is the only Muslim leader that has gone out of his way to protect a group of Orthodox Christians in this country, who would have been slaughtered without his intervention.  The Russian Orthodox Church asked Putin if he would step in to save the Christians of the world that are being slaughtered by the so-called moderate rebels the U.S seems to arm all over the Middle-East. To which Putin answered, it will be so.

For example,  the rebel group al-Nusra Front, one of the players in the region Russia is now pounding, previously overran the Christian village of Maaloula, 40 miles north of Damascus, executing three Christians and kidnapping a dozen nuns before being driven out by the Syrian army.

During the battle for that village, one Christian addressed the BBC camera operator with these chilling words: “Tell the Europeans and the Americans that we sent you St Paul 2,000 years ago to take you from the darkness, and you sent us terrorists to kill us. Full Story  

 Russia’s entering into Syria is a holy war; it is the latest crusade of our time. The Russian Orthodox Church declared this, when its senior cleric, Vsevolod Chaplin, said:

Whatever they are trying to justify terrorism with, it cannot be justified. Thus, any fight against terrorism is moral; we can even call it a holy fight.It is a holy fight to defend the brethren, to protect the holy sites and the churches in Syria. As Chaplin declared:

The active position of our country has always been connected with the protection of the weak and oppressed, like the Middle East Christians who are now experiencing a real genocide. Russia’s role has always been in protecting peace and justice for all Mideast peoples.

Putin is the St. Constantine of our time, for like that priestly king of old, he has unsheathed the holy sword of the Church to strike down the enemies of God for the cause of humanity. Russia is following the Christian precept of loving God, honoring the state, and defending the brethren. The Russians are abiding by the teachings of St. Peter,

The Middle East needs tough, ruthless leaders for it is composed of tribes that hate each other, and if left to their own devices they will devour each other. The Middle-East was far safer and stable with Saddam, Khadaffi, etc. Now that they are gone those countries are in tatters.  This is a religious war, and the war has just escalated.  Note, that as observers, we do not take sides, we just report what the trend is dictating. Our opinion matters not and over the years we have found it easier to distance ourselves from the situation. Emotions only exacerbate the situation.  The house of Saud is in Putin’s line of fire, so expect things to truly heat up in the months to come.

There is no such thing as moderate rebels, these rebels, slaughter, rape and kill Christians and Shia Muslims. There is  Sunni; there is Shia, and then there is the Wahabbi Doctrine or Sect that most Saudi’s seem to adhere to; a view that is more radical and more violent. The houtis, by the way, are also a branch of Shia as is Assad’s tribe.

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