Friday, January 12, 2018


 Jihadist controlled Drones...but, but,
but, WHO were the Drone Masters?

It's hard to get back to blogging this New Year 2018.  I have so many art, particularly my wood carving is taking up a lot of my time.  Projects stacked up on the back burner while I hosted Christmas for my family.  Now I am working on at least three projects simultaneously and have a few more designs in my noodle (brain)  : )

Another distraction this time of year is knitting.  Like a duck migrates south in the winter...I love to knit.  I tried to avoid knitting this year...but received an e-mail from my favourite yarn store "Black Sheep Yarns" and was drawn there like a magnet...eight balls of cashmere/alpaca wool later...I'm totally ensconced with my yarn and needles.

Still, both wood carving and knitting have one thing in common...they give you lots of time to think.  When I have time to thoughts naturally turn to geopolitics...that's the nature of the beast.  Lately, I've been thinking a lot about a concept that captured my imagination several years ago.  Drones.  I became interested in drones after attending a Muse concert of the same name.  Muse lead singer and songwriter Matt Bellamy is also obsessed with drones and wrote several chilling songs abut of which is at the end of this post.  "Drones" was produced by Mutt Lange in Vancouver studios and I am proud that my city was the birth place of such a great, classic album of music.  Drones is, IMO, the best rock music that has been written so far this century.

Just this morning I read on RT that the US is going to escalate the violence in Afghanistan by sending

Fighting season’: Pentagon to send ‘1,000 new troops & drones’ to Afghanistan

Drones are, no doubt the future of modern warfare. Why waste good soldiers and equipment (e.g., jet fighters) when you can deliver lethal ammunition and bombs via a cheaply made vehicle that is controlled via GPS?

The lethality of drones was proved within the past few weeks when two Russian soldiers were killed at a Russian Airforce Base located in Syria.  Anonymous sources say that there was also significant damage done to Russian jet aircraft...but the Russian military denies this.  The drones took off from Syrian territory currently being occupied by the Turkish military.  The Russians say, however that there was an American jet in the skies overhead during the assault, seemingly in a position to "direct" the drones via GPS satellite technology.

Putin spoke at length about the attack at his media press conference the other day.  I watched the press conference in its entirety and enjoyed the interaction and sharing of information between Putin and the Russian media. Such a breath of fresh air and relief after being inundated non-stop recently by dementious Tweets and alzheimeristic gaffs/mal mots by the Trumpinator.

Here are some of Putin's top quotes from the press conference and below is a video where Putin comments on the drone attack:

Putin Tells Moscow Press He
Knows who Attacked Russia's 
Syria Base

Sure, I'd love to be privy to Putin's intelligence on the attack to include in this post...but it doesn't take a genius or a rocket scientist to figure out who was behind it.  USRAEL.  Yes, the borderless little entity strikes again!  The borderless entity tail-wagged the American dog into providing satellite technology to guide the Israeli manufactured drones to their target.  "By way of deception shall we do War" a nutshell.

Here's a snippet from Pennyforyourthoughts post on the topic.  Penny was quick out of the starting gate on this issue:

While speaking about the recent drone attack on Russian Hmeymim base in Syria, Vladimir Putin said that he believed Turkey had nothing to do with the issue amid the reports that alleged, the drones had been delivered from Turkey.
"There were provocateurs there but they were not Turks, we know who was that… We know, how much and whom they have paid for this provocation," Putin said.
The attack was a provocation, aimed at undermining Russia's relations with partners, including Turkey, Vladimir Putin said, adding that Russia had taken additional measures to protect its military facilities in Syria.

"Firstly, these are provocations aimed at the collapse of the earlier reached agreements. Secondly, that is also an attempt to destroy our relations with partners — Turkey and Iran. We clearly understand that and therefore we will show solidarity," Putin said.

The Russian leader also said that the attacks had been thoroughly planned.

"Concerning the attacks, we have no doubts that they had been well prepared, we know when and where these drones were transferred, as well as the number of drones," Putin added.

Putin tells Erdoğan that he knows who was behind attack on Russia's Syria bases

Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Turkish counterpart that he knows which "provocateur" was behind a drone attack which targeted Russian military bases in Syria earlier this month.
During the phone call initiated by Putin, the Russian president stated that Turkey had nothing to do with the drone attack on military targets in Syria.

Drones Attacked Hmeymim Base From ‘Moderate’ Opposition-Controlled Area
MOSCOW – The drones that attacked Hmeymim air base earlier this month flew out of the area in the southwest of the de-escalation zone Idlib controlled by the so-called “moderate” opposition, the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper, the official publication of the Russian Defense Ministry, said on Wednesday.

The ministry reported earlier this month that 13 drones had been used in attempted attacks on two Russian military facilities in Syria on January 6. Ten of them targeted the Hmeymim air base and three were sent toward the Tartus naval base.

“According to the Russian Defense Ministry, it was established that the launch of the drones was carried out from the area of ​​the Muazar settlement located in the southwestern part of Idlib de-escalation zone controlled by the armed formations of the so-called ‘moderate’ opposition,” the statement said.

It is noted that in connection with this incident, the Russian Defense Ministry had sent letters to the Chief of the General Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces, Gen. Hulusi Akar, and Head of Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization, Hakan Fidan.”The documents indicate the need for Ankara to fulfill its obligations to ensure compliance with the ceasefire regime by the armed formations under its control and to step up work on the installation of observation posts in Idlib de-escalation zone in order to prevent such attacks by UAVs against any objects,” the statement added.

On Monday, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the country’s forces had taken control over six out of 13 drones, involved in the January 6 attempted attack in Syria. Thus, three UAVs were landed by the Russian forces in a controlled area, three other drones detonated after collision with the ground, and seven other UAVs were destroyed by the Russian Pantsir-S air defense systems. Subsequently, the Pentagon said that the devices and technologies used for the drone attack “easily accessible on the open market.” This statement caused concern of the Russian Defense Ministry.

Greencrow says:  No wonder the Russian Defense Ministry is concerned. The era of "Drone Attacks" marks the greatest escalation of potential for planetary Armageddon since the dawn of the nuclear era. And, as with the dawn of the nuclear era...the common man is sleepwalking towards the cliff over the abyss.

Here are just some of the horrific ramifications of Drone warfare...and this is just skimming the surface:

1. The perpetrators of Drone warfare could launch mass simultaneous attacks...several countries under attack at one time. Divide and conquer taken to new depths;

2. If the perps are successful at maintaining anonymity...they could attack their best friends and blame it on their enemies....False Flags;

3. Biowarfare delivered via drones. This could happen silently, during the nighttime, and the victims wouldn't even be aware.

4. Delivery of small "suitcase" nuclear bombs via Drones...taking out specific targets like political leaders or Nuclear Power Plants.

5. And, of course, the old standby. Blackmail. Threatening to drone a small and/or militarily vulnerable country (such as Canada) unless the political leadership does this or that. This is one of the reasons why Canada has been so incredibly stupid in leaving itself militarily vulnerable and friendless (with the exception of its Ziofascist masters). Canada should have forged military alliances with Russia and China if it was at all interested in remaining a nation.

The silver lining is that Russia was quickly able to neutralize most of the Drones it was attacked with and identify the "drone masters". Common sense would suggest it would be in Russia's best interests to provide this service for all nations...not just allies. Hopefully, Russia, in spite of Canada's abject stupidity, would warn us and come to our assistance....if we were going to be attacked by Drones.

Muse - the Globalist
From the Album "Drones"

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