The defeat of the ISIS mass-murdering Islamic Caliphate draws ever closer—thanks to the Russian air force and the ground forces of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, much to the anger of the of the terrorist-supporting British and U.S. regimes.
The fighting to liberate Aleppo from ISIS and its U.S.-backed “moderate” Free Syrian Army terrorists is increasing, while in Iraq, the fall of Mosul appears imminent because ISIS is struggling to maintain its two fronts.
Meanwhile, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry-Cohn has called for a “war crimes” investigation against Russia for daring to attack ISIS strongholds in Aleppo.
Kerry-Cohn’s hypocrisy in this matter is astonishing: his own regime’s drone attacks, authorized by Obama, Hilary Clinton, and Kerry-Cohn, have killed thousands of people, including significant numbers of civilians.
The real reason for Kerry-Cohn’s anger is the fact that the Syrian army is about to take eastern Aleppo, Assad is still in power, and has allies in Russia, Iran, and Hezbollah.
He is also angry because his lies about “chemical weapon” attacks were disproved and shown to be invented, and his equally-obvious lie about “moderate rebels” has been so dramatically exposed that it is now a laughing stock around the world.
Kerry-Cohn’s hypocrisy in the matter is underlined by the fact that his government voted in favor of a United Nations Security Council resolution, number 2254 (2015), which said that any ceasefire would “not apply to offensive or defensive actions against” Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as Da’esh), Al-Nusra Front (ANF), and all other individuals, groups, undertakings, and entities associated with Al Qaeda or ISIL.
At the same time, Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May demanded that the European Union impose “severe sanctions” against Russia over its intervention in the Syrian conflict.
In her first address to the European Council as Britain’s PM, May insisted the EU should send a “robust united message” to Russian President Vladimir Putin over his alliance with Syrian head of state Bashar Assad and the ongoing operation in Aleppo.
“It is vital that we work together to continue to put pressure on Russia to stop these appalling atrocities, these sickening atrocities, in Syria,” May announced at the meeting in Brussels.
Unfortunately for May, her attempts to incite the EU summit into imposing further sanctions against Russia (they already have a number of measures in place), failed to materialize.
Just like Kerry-Cohn, May is obviously more concerned about the continued existence of the Syrian government than she is about ISIS’s murderous rampage and international terrorism.
The U.S. and U.K. governments’ hatred of al-Assad and his government is so strong that it overpowers even the desire to see ISIS extinguished.
This fact by itself reveals all that one needs to know about their real intentions in the Middle East, which are focused exclusively on protecting Israel at the expense even of world peace.