July 04, 2016

Putin drops the gloves, will send Russia's largest battleship to wipe ISIS terrorists off the face of the earth

StaffRebel Columnist

The Russians are coming! And they have one goal in mind: the complete annihilation of the Islamic State once and for all.

Russian President Vladimir Putin is sending in his country's largest ship, the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier plus 30 jet fighters and attack helicopters to Syria.

HERO: Russian calls air strike on HIMSELF when surrounded by ISIS terrorists, wipes them out

The decision to unleash Kuznetsov came after the attack in Bangladesh where ISIS murdered 20 hostages in a restaurant, and the terror attack in Baghdad where a car bomb killed 125 shoppers.

According to The Sun, the ship will be deployed in the region from October until January and will be carrying 15 Sukhoi Su-33 fighters, 15 MiG-29 warplanes, and 30 attack helicopters.

MUST SEE: Putin does what we should have and absolutely annihilates ISIS oil tankers sending terrorists to hell

It's quite a contrast from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who decided to pull Canada's fighters out of the fight against ISIS completely.

At least Russia has the right state of mind.

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commented 2016-08-26 16:00:31 -0400
Good Show!

About bloody time some one do something about terrorism.

Too bad Justin is such a week touchy feely Pm.
commented 2016-07-05 19:42:18 -0400
I don’t know why the entire world hasn’t been wiping out isis and all other terrorist groups for the last year or so. No the rest of the world is trying to make islam and muslims the be all and end all religion and people of the world, while they are bombing the crap out of everybody else. There isn’t anything in this scenario that makes any sense whatsoever. We have the USA muslim president to thank for much of this.
commented 2016-07-05 19:38:32 -0400
BRAVO ZULU said: “Obama will be unhappy – the front line troops will be ecstatic”

IMO. That alone makes the effort worthwhile! Especially the Obama unhappy part!
commented 2016-07-05 14:44:57 -0400
Finally a leader with some balls!! You know damn well Obama won’t do it!
commented 2016-07-05 12:14:48 -0400
Good for all rightous people that this guy has the balls to eradicate that creation of the US, namely ISIS. Agenda or not, let’s get rid of those criminals..it’s about time that someone with appropriate means do the dirty job. Please don’t wait for Obama or the EU/NATO to be involve…their main goal is to create the chaos to desarm people in the West and sell weapons to rebel group in order to topple regimes that resist their wicked agenda…
commented 2016-07-05 11:45:27 -0400
My emotional response to the title of this piece was: ‘Yeah! It’s about time someone kicks Islam’s ass off our planet…’
In spite of some hopeful signs from Russia, like his morally correct clamp-down on the LGBTQRSTfreakshow crowd’s agenda to socially engineer Russian children into automatons similar to the West’s gender confused, and his previous attitude towards Moslem terrorism – as in “…bumping them off in the toilet…”, Mr. Putin’s geopolitical worldliness is well beyond those of the West’s present ‘leaders’…
As well:
“…Now working for the New York-based Human Rights Foundation he (Garry Kasparov) is one of the sharpest critics of the Kremlin and says the West needs to approach the Russian leader “like a game of chess.”
“We have to make sure we play chess, not poker. Because Putin, and every dictator, is very good at playing poker,” Kasparov said.
“Poker is a game of psychology. You can win with a very weak hand if you know how to bluff and he is a KGB guy, he knows how to bluff.”

I’m hopeful that President Putin will make a concerted effort to kick Islam’s ass off our planet – but – I also don’t trust that wiley old Russian KGB officer, ‘Comrade Wolf’…as far as I can throw him – he is a Judoka and has an 8th Shodan in Kyokushin-kan karate…among other martial skills.
And if he does wipe out Islam, what do we do with all the Moslem terrorists Justin and fellow travelers have helped to invade our country?!
commented 2016-07-05 11:32:12 -0400
Please tell me how this is the religion of peace and why we should embrace it as part of a cultural diversity.
We must reject it as a cultural perversity.
Note how the other religions carried out acts of terror!
Muslims often insist that other religions are just as violent as theirs and that the bigger problem is “Islamophobia”.
We put that narrative to the test each Ramadan with a running count of ALL terror attacks categorized by motive.

Motive – Terror in the name of Islam………………..Attacks = 229…..….Kills = 1723
Motive – All other religions combined …………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0
Motive – By Islamophobes…………………………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0

Source: TheReligionofPeace.com

Those who live by the sword will be shot by those of us who have progressed.

Author unknown
commented 2016-07-05 07:58:49 -0400
Funny what the world thinks of Russia and its people.
Yes, their leaders in the past were responsible for many atrocities and should be condemned for these.
However, times have changed. The Russian leadership may still be ruthless but, take a look around. There are many countries in the world today where the leadership is just as evil if not more so.
The Russians were portrayed in a negative light by the communist hating Americans of the 1940’s and 1950’s. The world was brainwashed for generations about the evils of Russia and communism. They continue that hatred today wether it is justified or not.
However, the the world does not have or at least display this deep rooted hatred for present day countries that aid and abet terrorists.
Once America starts to criticize the countries that support terrorism then the display of hatred and distrust for these countries will be very evident.
Everyone claims that Saudi Arabia aids and facilitates terrorism yet, this country has not been vilified by the US. So, the world turns a blind eye to the evils that the Saudis are responsible for.
At least, we know what the Russians want.
commented 2016-07-05 03:04:04 -0400
Looks like the world needs the Russians to save the day again.
commented 2016-07-05 02:12:21 -0400
While i do not care for Putin in many ways, our pathetic worm leaders will not do anything to stop ISIS.
He may only be doing this for Syria , but who knows? I wonder if Obama will draw another line for him to cross with no consequences? I sure hope Justin gets all upset over this and realizes Putin does not give a damn what he thinks.
commented 2016-07-05 01:14:02 -0400
Wow Putin takin care of business .In times past the U.S.A used to get it done. Not no more Obama and Trudope are to busy taking selfies of each other while Putin does the heavy lifting. If those two moroons don’t wake up it’s gonna be game over. Not to worry Global warming gonna kill us all Susuki said so after all he is a biologist he should know.
commented 2016-07-05 01:10:49 -0400
Putin is a very smart and treacherous man. He wants to control middle east oil and maintain their naval base in Syria. He is not to be trusted, especially by Israel and the US.
commented 2016-07-05 00:11:26 -0400
4 Freedom has made some excellent points & I agree with his vision. Putin never does anything just for the sake of doing something good for humanity, he has something up his sleeve which 4Freedom has pointed out here as well as many others, that we pretty well are all in sinc with.
commented 2016-07-05 00:07:04 -0400
All these dictators work together to indoctrinate and fool the general populations…the ruling class rule, the fools follow. Until they revolt. History has taught us a lot about mans foolish behaviour, rulers and peasants.
commented 2016-07-04 22:10:30 -0400
I’m with David White and Steve Hicken and a few others on this one. While its good someone is giving it to ISIS, it should be us not Putin. Beware of Putin, he isn’t doing this for any other reason than to further his own agenda. At this moment it may look like a good thing. We are seeing some nasty consequences as a result of our leading from behind. Putin taking the lead in the middle east is not a good thing.
commented 2016-07-04 20:50:18 -0400
When it comes to Putin being so unpopular, we have to consider Western Propaganda . It flies both ways. How many Canadian and US tourists do you know have been killed while visiting Moscow? How about the Middle East ?
As Sandra said 1 hour ago, Putin could get Canada moving again instead of JT standing in the economies way.
commented 2016-07-04 20:33:31 -0400
When ISIS started, it’s violence was immediately known. It was a column of trucks with 800 men driving through Iraq murdering as it went. Obama did nothing.

When ISIS was a column of trucks with 2500 men, Obama did nothing.

If he sent in A-10 Warthog ground attack planes, say five of them, ISIS could have been wiped off the planet in less than thirty minutes. Obama did nothing.

Putin is doing what Obama should have done, but didn’t. I guess we know who really wants to fight Islamic terror.

Baby Doc Trudeau is still trying to figure out the root causes of ISIS. I read that he believes that we should recognise IS>ISIL. Idiot.
commented 2016-07-04 20:20:02 -0400
Ramadan Bombathon 2016

Muslims often insist that other religions are just as violent as theirs and that the bigger problem is “Islamophobia”.
We put that narrative to the rest each Ramadan with a running count of ALL terror attacks categorized by motive.

Motive – Terror in the name of Islam………………..Attacks = 228…..….Kills = 1651
Motive – All other religions combined …………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0
Motive – By Islamophobes…………………………….Attacks = 0…………Kills = 0

Source: TheReligionofPeace.com

Those who live by the sword will be shot by those of us who have progressed.

Author unknown
commented 2016-07-04 20:00:17 -0400
The former KGB superstar is on a mission, and it isn’t a saintly one. This is a pure power play on the global stage and the world will be watching in feeble awe. The door couldn’t be left open any wider than it is right now to use ISIS as an excuse to take control of the Middle East oil supply. If you doubt his motive, just look at the unscrupulous tactics employed to annex Crimea away from the Ukraine.

Crimea has oil and huge gas reserves, as well as, important ports and is very strategically located for Russia. Syria has huge oil reserves and is very strategically located in the Middle East. One can assume Iraq with also be taken over, placing Russia strategically in the Middle East between Turkey, Iran and Saudi Arabia. By Putin doing this, he will likely eliminate any possible EU expansion into the Middle East and Northern Africa, as well.

With so much focus on ISIS, and with the EU in shambles, Putin sees a massive opportunity. He feels he can’t lose, because on one hand, he will be praised and viewed as a hero for wiping out ISIS; and on the other hand, with the EU disintegrating and in free-fall mode, along with Obama’s (and ultimately America’s) weakness, he will be viewed as the only stabilizing world power and, therefore, a savior, for which, many will cling to. As a result, he will likely meet with little to no resistance in his ambitions.

In doing this so called ‘ISIS intervention’ along with the annexation of Crimea, Putin will occupy and control most of the energy supply into Europe, and therefore, have tremendous influence over Europe and the EU in annexation of the former Russian States of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine. The EU may, in short order, become controlled by Russia, and possibly, become Russia.

May no bones about it, Putin has grandiose plans, for which, the reward is massive power and world domination. For Putin, the time couldn’t be more ripe and opportunistic. He has to be laughing at the overt foolishness and utter stupidity of western society.
commented 2016-07-04 19:44:25 -0400

I will too…if you teach me how to knit!
commented 2016-07-04 19:39:54 -0400
David White: point taken, but Russians around the world aren’t shooting up Ukrainian restaurants and cultural events. Islamophobia is alive and well, Russiaphobia, not so much.
Charles makes a good point also: we don’t fear Russian domination over ME oil as much as that elephant in the room — China.
I think it’s time for the west to take a breather and let Russia, ME, and China dance for awhile.
commented 2016-07-04 19:35:29 -0400
Putin is the only world leader holding the fort on democracy. How quickly the world has changed. We’ve got one person willing to do the right thing for the world and that’s Putin. If he decides to invade Canada I’ll knit socks for the Russian soldiers and provide bag lunches when they get here.
commented 2016-07-04 19:28:33 -0400
I think Putin and Stephen Harper would have agreed to work together on this issue. They are two men of conviction and courage.
A prophet/futurist has predicted that Russia will play a/the significant role in eliminating ISIS. Let’s see it this comes true.
commented 2016-07-04 19:23:38 -0400
Hard to say what long term plans Putin has up his sleeve but I think he’s losing patience with Isis. He wants to get Syria stabilized so he can put his useful idiot Assad back in. At least secular dictators can be reasoned with. Also Turkey sounds like it might finally be coming around and stop supporting Isis so that country might be less to worry about. I think Putin is getting tired of this massive refugee exodus and just wants to stop it before he has to try to deal with a global caliphate. Islamic terrorism is getting too out of control for Putins’ liking and maybe he can put a serious dent in it and set a bit of an example for other ME countries to be encouraged to help keep a lid on it.
commented 2016-07-04 19:13:54 -0400
Canadian Mongrel—-Intelligent comment; Putin’s forces invading the Middle East just before the US Election. It is no secret that Putin doesn’t want to deal with Hillary as she is beneath his world experiences. Putin has also said that he wouldn’t mind dealing with Trump. If I were an American and Putin was making big moves; most Americans would rather have Trump at bat than worn-out old Hillary.
commented 2016-07-04 18:58:26 -0400
I respect and admire that the Russians are going in, but I doubt it’s for completely benevolent reasons. Then again, why shouldn’t the victors claim their prize?
commented 2016-07-04 18:30:41 -0400
Bill and all the other intelligent people on this feed, are correct. But I too, have some real red flags flying in my mind. I like that Putin is going into the Middle East to try and put a end to the terror that is taking place. But we all know that this type of war would last for years. Do you remember Vietnam and Afghanistan. One was with the USA and the other was with the Russians. Both countries were fighting in both countries for almost a full decade. With high losses of life on both sides. But Putin also has a track record of trying to expand the Russian agenda. This we all agree on. So let’s just say Putin pulls off a miracle at defeats ISIS. Now we all know Putin will not leave the Middle East, he will pretty much tell all the other nations in the world that he and is military are staying just like the USA led Coalition that took place in Iraq. Now let’s say the western nations and the NATO nations don’t agree, what then happens? Plus now you have to remember China, here is a country that is very hungry for oil and natural gas. We all know that China and Russia have always had a love hate relationship. So why would China allow it closest neighbour keep the oil, considering that the already have an abundance of oil in Russia. Plus their natural gas is greater than Canada.

This is why I have so many red flags to this. But just like everyone here, I agree it is great that he is going into to the area when the USA is going through their election. I truthfully believe Putin is a Trump supporter down deep in his heart.
commented 2016-07-04 17:13:31 -0400
Putin’s entry into the fracus after multiple alleged ISIS bombings in Baghdad and elsewhere in the ME, is suspicious – I smell players from outside the ME – a lot of false flags can be blamed on ISIS – their real capability is pretty limited
commented 2016-07-04 16:46:08 -0400
Better a small Russian puppet state than an ever-expanding caliphate. I hope Putin goes all in and does a massive land invasion and permanent occupation.
commented 2016-07-04 16:44:57 -0400
BILLY HOWARD: I guess it depends what you call lately? The dead in Eastern Ukraine might have different to say if they were still alive, and that was not that long ago. ISIS is a convenient sidebar, an excuse for Putin to charge back into the area full force. If any one believes that is the sole reason for his actions, you would also believe Trudeau, Wynne and Notley are good for Canada. NOT !!! Watch out for Putin. My warning will mean nothing to most, but you have been warned. Tic toc.

DJBT and the 2 Witches