Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Brief Updates: Russia Warns Against Attack On Syria, Iran

It is more than interesting to watch Russian movements here, as we see the war of Gog-MaGog approaching:

The presidents of Russia and Iran said on Wednesday the crisis in Syria must be resolved peacefully without foreign intervention, according to a Kremlin statement.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad discussed "the dramatic situation developing around Syria" by telephone a day after the United States appeared to open the door to eventually arming rebels.

What else would we expect from two of the main components of the Gog-MaGog alliance?

Russia has protected Syrian President Bashar Assad from UN Security Council condemnation and potential sanctions during nearly a year of violence most countries blame on his government, twice vetoing resolutions along with China.

In line with Russia's position, the Kremlin said Medvedev and Ahmadinejad called for an internal Syrian political dialogue "without preliminary conditions" - wording that means Assad should not be required to step down as a condition for talks.

"The heads of state agreed that the main task now - including in the framework of international organizations, primarily the United Nations - is not to allow civil war, which could destabilize the situation in the entire region."

Russia warned Israel not to attack Iran over its nuclear program, saying on Wednesday that military action would have catastrophic consequences.

"Of course any possible military scenario against Iran will be catastrophic for the region and for the whole system of international relations," Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said.

"Therefore I hope Israel understands all these consequences ... and they should also consider the consequences of such action for themselves," Gatilov said at a news conference.

Gatilov's comments came as Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Wednesday that Tehran's nuclear course would not change regardless of international sanctions, assassinations or other pressures.

But Iran's refusal to curb sensitive atomic activities with both civilian and military purposes, and its track record of secrecy and restricting UN inspections, have drawn increasingly harsh UN and separate US and European sanctions, now targeting its economically vital oil exports.


Caver said...

Somehow, my mind is connecting dots of all these Russian warnings and the news blurb (link in my post to this morning's entry)that Russia is starting to supply its ships in the ME with nuclear weapons again.

Now...why would they let that little factoid slip the same time they're giving all these warnings.

Interesting times...for sure.

Anonymous said...

Stocks were down, BUT very little.
It seems that bulls still CONTROL
the scene. dow down 27 pts....

BUT the Transports continue to show
bad weakness.

we will see what happens...

BUT FOR NOW, i am not convinced on
the downside....

just gotta wait and see.

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Scott said...

IMO, Russia is getting FAR more active in the last several weeks...Before, they had been lurking in the MIddle East Shadows, but now, they are coming out with their intentions.

Almost like the globalists are..

Have you noticed that 'the agenda' no longer seems to be hidden, as it was for so long?

I take that as a sign of imminence. In this respect, imminence of the globalist agenda reaching its conclusions......(aka, approaching the Tribulation)

Dylan said...

Now that the Iran talks have failed, a strike feels soon. Add Russia to it, you've got some trouble.

Anyways... fitch downgraded Greece's credit rating to C.

Gary said...

Geez Scott:
I hope you're right. I soooo want to go...just like everyone else who wants to be with our Father. Gary

Anonymous said...

I just read this article off of yahoo.... THAT'S ENOUGH !!!!

French President Nicolas Sarkozy described the deaths of the two journalists, French photographer Remi Ochlik and American Marie Colvin of Britain's Sunday Times, as an assassination and said the Assad era had to end.

"That's enough now," Sarkozy said. "This regime must go and there is no reason that Syrians don't have the right to live their lives and choose their destiny freely. If journalists were not there, the massacres would be a lot worse."

The two journalists were killed when the house in which they were staying after sneaking over the Lebanese border into Homs was hit by rockets.

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Anonymous said...


Please write and tell me if you
agree, he is a VERY SICK man...
something is WRONG in his head.
Too many people have died already.

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>