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Jul 29, 2017

Middle East to go along on the right track ...White House acknowledges defeat in Syria – Power struggle in the Trump administration settled

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Middle East to go along on the right track... White House acknowledges defeat in Syria – Power struggle in the Trump administration settled
The Middle East seems to go along the right track. President Trump’s declaration to withdraw from Syria is a very commendable decision. According to the article, “it is the right thing to do, and a brave one also because of the anti-Russia flak he is bound to receive for taking the decision.” His decision is highly appreciated as brave action. I agree with the article. I suppose that the total surrender of Pope Francis in the power struggle in the administration between the military and the Vatican led to the decision President Trump took.

Pope Francis and the Society of Jesus have aspired for Armageddon and never abandoned global unification and control. However, the action President Trump took shows that they have totally abandoned their hope. They have realized that they would be stuck in the pedophile scandal if they continue resistance.

As I have commented before, there was a power struggle in the Trump administration between a group of the military and Kissinger and a group led by Ivanka. Not only that, Ivanka’s group tried through Mr. Kushner in vain to control a group of the Society of Jesus which intended to manipulate President Trump. However, her group has finally managed to control the group of the Society of Jesus.

And as a result, all of these three groups will follow the directions of President Putin. I don’t think that any significant problem will occur. Future goal is to drive into a corner the Rockefeller faction and the Rothschild faction at home and abroad.

Reading a series of tweets by Mr. Shinya Fujiwara, we will see a road map mostly developed.

July 25, 2015
Masatoshi Takeshita

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Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.


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Excerpt from a Japanese article: Overseas Articles Never Reported by Mass Media – July 25, 2017 –

White House Admits Defeat in Syria

Source:

Finian Cunnigham
July 21, 2017
Sputnik

President Trump's announcement this week to end the CIA's covert arming of militants in Syria is an admission of defeat. The US has lost its six-year war for regime change in the Arab country. It's time to wrap it up.

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It's not over yet, of course. It remains to be seen if Trump's decision can in fact be implemented. Can the CIA be reined in to obey orders? Will the US be able to stop regional client regimes, like Saudi Arabia, from stepping up their covert supply of American weapons to the militants in Syria?

<snip>

Nevertheless, the American president's declared ending of the CIA's role in fueling the insurgency in Syria should be seen as a welcome move. It is the right thing to do, and a brave one also because of the anti-Russia flak he is bound to receive for taking the decision.

Any rational person would have to agree that the best way to end the violence in Syria is for foreign countries to halt pouring weapons into the country.

(The rest is omitted)

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Partial English translation of the Japanese version of ParsToday – July 24, 2017 –

U.S. military commander says: “Presence of U.S. forces in Syria is illegal”

U.S. Special Operations Forces Commander has acknowledged that the presence of U.S. forces in Syria was illegal.

According to SANA news agency in Syria, U.S. Special Operations Forces Commander General Raymond Thomas said on 23, Sunday at a security conference held in Colorado: “The presence of U.S. forces in Syria is illegal in terms of international law, while that of Russian forces is legal because they entered at the request of the Syrian government.”

Commander Chief Thomas also said that international law could prevent the U.S. from maintaining a long-term presence in Syria and the intervention never gained the consensus of the Syrian government.

He said that Russia is likely to seriously threaten the presence of U.S. forces in Syria and they hold the advantage of possibly expelling US forces from Syria.

Commander Thomas said that the American air attacks or missile attacks against the Syrian military sites in Syria would cause a cut of communications between the Russians and US sides and might promote the U.S. withdrawal from Syria by Russian legal process after the defeat of ISIS.

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English translation of the Japanese version of ParsToday – July 24, 2017 –

U.S. Senator admits that U.S. military intervention in Iran is impossible

A member of U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations mentioned domestic and international problems and said that the U.S. government cannot militarily intervene in Iran.

According to IRIB (Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting), Senator         Coons, a member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, said in the Middle East institute, U.S.: “The U.S. is in a very difficult situation and it is not right time to take action against Iran.”

The Senator also advised the U.S. government and the Congress: “We should think about possible results of fighting against Iran. Recent U.S. actions have accompanied many failures.

Iran repeatedly emphasized that it would give resolute responses against any military operations or threats by foreign countries including the U.S. by support from people in many fields and its military capabilities.

In March 2017, a US warship, which was monitoring Iranian military activities in the Persian Gulf, had close encounter with an Iranian Revolutionary Guard fast attack craft.



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