After Meeting With al-Sisi and King Abdullah Russia Moves In Syria – The “Rivkin” Project In Full Swing…

It was two weeks ago when we alerted readers to Egypt’s Fattah al-Sisi and Jordan’s King Abdullah visiting Moscow – so it should come as no surprise to see Vladimir Putin now extending his influence into Syria.

sisi and abdullah iiPresident Obama has created an intentional leadership vacuum in the mid-east.

Intentional by design.

The two most stable forces within the region, Egypt and Jordan, have been ignored by President Obama for several years.  President Obama willingly allowing Turkey’s Recep Erdogan free reign on what takes place inside Syria, while Erdogan simultaneously provides a safe-haven for the Muslim Brotherhood.  The current events are not disconnected from this empirical truth.

WASHINGTONRussia has sent a military advance team to Syria and is taking other steps the United States fears may signal that President Vladimir V. Putin is planning to vastly expand his military support for President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, administration officials said Friday.

The Russian moves, including the recent transport of prefabricated housing units for hundreds of people to a Syrian airfield and the delivery of a portable air traffic control station there, are another complicating factor in Secretary of State John Kerry’s repeated efforts to enlist Mr. Putin’s support for a diplomatic solution to the bloody conflict in Syria.

The Russians have also filed military overflight requests with neighboring countries through September.

American officials acknowledge that they are not certain of Russia’s intentions, but some say the temporary housing suggests that Russia could deploy as many as 1,000 advisers or other military personnel to the airfield near the Assad family’s ancestral home. The airfield serves Latakia, Syria’s principal port city.  (read more)

Turkey, via Erdogan, has been tacitly supporting ISIS, which as most observers will admit, is merely a virulent strain of the Muslim Brotherhood, against Erdogan’s primary nemesis Bashar Assad.

Russia’s Vladimir Putin is now maneuvering to protect Bashar Assad and the Syrian Regime from ISIS/Muslim Brotherhood.

This puts Turkey (NATO member) and Russia headed into a proxy war.  Turkey supporting ISIS/Muslim Brotherhood, and Russia -with the agreements with Egypt and Jordan- now maneuvering to eliminate ISIS/Muslim Brotherhood.

Both King Abdullah (Jordan) and Fattah al-Sisi (Egypt) have been in a precarious position against ISIS/Muslim Brotherhood, for several years.  President Obama has been unwilling to assist either, though the false optics and U.S. media have mostly kept this hidden.

Russia's President Putin listens to his Egyptian counterpart Sisi at a news conference after their meeting in CairoAs a direct consequence King Abdullah and al-Sisi have turned toward Russia to fill the void.   Things are about to get really interesting because you can expect Erdogan to contact Obama with requests for backup.

Turkey has ignored their NATO responsibilities and refused to allow the U.S., or allies, to use NATO bases inside Turkey to launch attacks against ISIS positions.  Even when Joe Biden accidentally admitted Erdogan was supporting ISIS, President Obama has made no concerted efforts to push back against this Erdogan refusal – thereby becoming willfully blind and expressing a general alignment with Turkey’s goals.

Meanwhile the flood of refugees is coming out of the Middle-East as a result of Obama igniting the fuse on Libya and Syrian civil wars and walking away while whistling…. nothing to see here, move along, move along….

…. all of it playing out just like the State Department planned with the RIVKIN PROJECT.

At the larger level, none of this is uncoordinated – and none of it is unintended.

Samantha Power - Susan Rice - President Obama

The U.S. and Western media now presenting the refugees as another “humanitarian crisis” that needs to be solved.

Remember the “Unaccompanied Alien Children” humanitarian crisis at the southern U.S. border last year?

Remember it was all about “the children“, etc.

Watch closely NOW for the identical messaging from the UAC crisis to be extended toward the mid-east refugee crisis.  It will be all about “the children”.

It is all a globalist progressive ruse.  All of it.  Watch for Glenn Beck and Dana Loesch to mount an international “Teddy Bears and Soccer Balls” drive in 3… 2… 1…

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69 Responses to After Meeting With al-Sisi and King Abdullah Russia Moves In Syria – The “Rivkin” Project In Full Swing…

  1. Clc says:

    Isis is a CIA operation to rid Syria of Assad. Russia is doing Americans a big favor by killing isis fighters.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Bravo Sierra. Even the CIA is not going to promote the total barbarism of ISIS.

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      • Director says:

        Lol. That’s naive. My guess is that ISIS is being supplied by a combo of American/Israeli/Saudi cash.

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        • BitterC says:

          I tend to agree, though I find the Middle East completely confusing. Is it possible the USA has become the Dr Frankenstein of MidEast? If we birthed ISIS we have seemingly lost control.

          I see no reason for us to have watched Mubarak get taken out, as well as our part in removing Ghaddafi and going after Assad.

          How can ANYONE that OBJECTED to removing Saddam applaud the above, as the left seems to do? if removing Saddam destabilized the MidEast, what has Zero done? Did we learn nothing from Iraq?

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      • JeremyR says:

        Benghazi, prior to 9-11 was an operation to funnel Libyan weapons into Syria to the Splodydopes.

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    • Mike says:

      I trust Russia more than than anarchist bomb makers’ acolytes like Obama.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      US and NATO have been and are doing Russia, Iran and Turkey a big favor by softening up ISIS allowing The Big Three to save time, money and materials. It’s not being heavily reported but after using and supplying ISIS to weaken the Kurds the Turks have recently started attacking ISIS too and is allowing US and NATO forces to use Turkish bases attack ISIS.
      I’m watching the US and Russia, for services granted and to curry favor, to carve off a big chunk of Syria and give it to Turkey or at the very least allow Turkey to control the Syrian provinces in Syria it once owned. That will give Turkey, a new Russian client, the Sunni influence it wants to see there. It will also give the Russians and Turkey the ability to build, upgrade and protect their joint petro operations in the Med.
      Watch Russia join Iran in ‘stabilizing’ Yemen too as that will give them joint control of the shipping lanes in the Gulf and Red Sea. I don’t see this as a CIA operation but an Obama operation meant to further that dream he wrote about of a world controlled by a number of power centers instead of colonialist and militaristic US hegemony.

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      • smiley says:

        either ISIS or Iran/Russia/China will dominate.
        either way, Israel is in the crosshairs.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          China’s out, it will play a bit part but its major target will be India, China’s maneuvering in Afghanistan and Pakistan to replace US influence as the POtuS tucks the US’s legs and runs. I’m betting Russia will play Iran and Turkey against one another in its usual Byzantine manner, trying to keep both/either of them from becoming the dominant figure while Russia calls the shots, Russia will be the balance point. If I were a betting person I’d bet that Russia’s schmoozing the Saudis and smaller Gulf states to join a Russian oil mutual cooperation/protection group that will guarantee prices, profits and safety.

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  2. Daniel says:

    This really changes things with Russia’s involvement. A Trump presidency (after his election) just became a little more interesting and difficult.

    But who knows, maybe he’ll partner with Putin to some small degree to get stability in the middle east and to have some control over Iran. I’m not up on any relationship between Iran and Russia though. Anyone have words to share on that topic?

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    • Putin sees the writing on the wall. Trump WILL be elected, so the Russians need to be proactive in the ME before The Donald can bring sanity to American foreign policy.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Well said.

        I think it’s becoming clear that Obama and Hillary were old-school, pre-Gorby Soviet dupes that Putin played masterfully for as much safe strategic geopolitical advantage as he could get out of them. I would not be surprised if Putin actually deceived Obama in private in various ways, so that Obama would continue advancing his backwards old-school communist training, to the detriment of America and the benefit of Russia.

        That little cheat in the game is clearly coming to an end.

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      • annieoakley says:

        That is what I am thinking.

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    • Michael Dixon says:

      Russia and Iran have a military alliance pact somewhat like the U.S.-NATO alliance. As Iran perceives the U.S. to be a threat, it turns to Russia, and Russia is only too happy to reciprocate. http://thediplomat.com/2015/01/russia-and-iran-sign-military-cooperation-agreement/

      U.S. foreign relations are based on imperialistic delusions of grandeur. Could be, many developed nations of the world are becoming less tolerant of our bullying, and may see a better future for themselves as allies of the Russians and Chinese.

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    • Director says:

      Iran deal might be a precursor to an American attack on Russia. If Iran stops being the overland route for Russian supplies then Russia is very isolated. The US lend lease equipment used to go to Basra through to Tehran and Baku. See?

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    • BitterC says:

      I thought Russia was aiding Iran in their nuclear ambitions. This blows my mind in that even Russia cannot think giving Iran the bomb/ICBM’s could possibly be a good idea. Then again, I suppose China helped North Korea more than seemed sane.

      Kinda off topic, but what I really don’t understand is why it’s only the people of USA that seem to think the Iran deal is a bad idea. From what I can tell, Brits, French, Germans, Chinese & Russia are OK with this???

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      • Sentient says:

        I’m not saying the Iran deal is a good deal, but the extreme objection to it is fostered by Israel. Rightly or wrongly, Israel seems to be terrified of Shia Iran getting an atomic weapon, but blasé about Sunni ISIS lopping off heads (mostly Christian) left and right. Sunni Pakistan already has nukes, but Israel says nary a word about that. I think Israel’s complacency regarding the Sunni Arabs is because they consider Arabs their intellectual inferiors, while they consider Persians more or less their intellectual equals. So they worry about an Iranian bomb, but not a wave of crazed scimitar-wielding Sunni Arabs rushing at them over the horizon. Maybe they’re right and maybe they’re wrong, but the American neocons (like Hugh Hewitt) parrot Israeli talking points. America created Israel, so we’re in a sense stuck with it. Europe is still rife with anti-semitism, so they’re less likely to dance to Israel’s tune.

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    • conservativehippie says:

      hmmm. i was kinda thinking the opposite. putin is our friend when it comes to the middle east and terrorists. putin can finally step into syria now – he has wanted to for a while i think but was remaining level headed and patient so as not to ratchet up tensions with obama even more – because he thinks trump will be president. trump would either publicly support putin’s fight against isis/MB or at least trump will not keep backing isis the way obama is now. basically putin and trump can work together against the terrorists whereas a biden/clinton admin will continue obama’s method. why would putin go into syria now and have a proxy war against turkey/usa if the dems win election? if trump wins then putin has a proxy war with just turkey. but with the help of trump/usa, jordan, egypt and now saudi arabia (although they helped create jihad, they’re now scared of their frankenstein), turkey will have to back off. so putin is just protecting his asset (assad in syria) while he sees the writing on the wall of a USA regime change that’s in his favor.

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    • JunieG says:

      Putin, in his speech the other day, called for the West to unite against ISIS, aka Islamic insurgency. I believe it is a natural alliance, and will protect Israel.

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  3. Remember when Obama uncharacteristically said that he would heed the will of Congress, instead of “Using His Pen and His Phone” and would not take any military action against the Assad regime in Syria?

    Isn’t it great when people tell you to do what you planned to do all along? So much easier that way, especially when you “Have More Flexibility”.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Exactly. Timing is everything. There were ways to play the Arab Spring to American (and local popular) interests. Obama made sure to be “too late” on all of them. He did let Egypt go to the MB, but he saved Assad and Iran.

      Remember – under any circumstance, Obama will always act so that the outcome works to the advantage of Reagan’s old “axis of evil”.

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    • Sentient says:

      I respectfully disagree. Goaded on by the likes of McCain (the fool) and Netanyahu (the duplicitous), Obama was truly on the cusp of bombing Assad in the wake of the purported gas attack (more likely a Sunni false flag operation) until the American citizenry raised holy hell and said “No!” The opposition to attacking Syria was swift and comprehensive. Obama’s natural inclination is to inaction, and the shockingly swift slap-down from The People gave Obama an excuse to stop an intervention he’d been ambivalent about anyway. Thank God he retreated, for if he’d decapitated the Alawite regime, Syria would now be fully under the control troll of ISIS. Syria is, after all, a predominantly Sunni country traditionally rule by Alawites.

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  4. William says:

    The United States, like other national governments throughout the world that has unrestrained power, benefits from breaking things. The government creates a problem, then uses the problem it created as justification for further intervention in order to fix the problem. I break your window and have you pay me to fix it. Doesn’t that seem criminal?

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  5. nyetneetot says:

    The RIVKIN PROJECT. Wow, just wow.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      THAT is one heck of a smoking gun.

      OK – admission here. I like France. And I like France to be France – not America. I find this kind of plotting, to undermine the French culture, worse than disturbing – it’s Nazi. In fact, I’m not even sure if the Nazis had such a contempt for French culture.

      Good God, you globalist idiots, wherever you are. Let France be France.

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  6. Suzy Kiprien says:

    Putin is a good guy and not stupid (what he’s selling to Iran is for economic purposes and not the best of the line). Assad is not a bad guy. There was stability. El Sisi is a good guy also. Israel is working very quietly with El Sisi and Russia as well.
    TRUMP will get along great with Putin. Not to worry – everybody will regain its place except Europe that will be the big loser (those fake ‘refugees’ aka economic migrants aka invaders).

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    • Director says:

      Here’s the point.

      Russia is experiencing a population drop. Just like Europe and European-America.

      At this point no white nation really has much to fear from any other white nation. Germany was aggressive in the 20th century because it was experiencing high birth rates in comparison to France and the UK and even Russia. Germany Russia and the UK are currently run by kleptocratic elites who need net immigration in order to keep the tax base.

      The disaster that looms for all Europeans on both sides of the pond is being overrun with brown and black populations with alien ideas, higher fertility and low IQs.

      We must repel all borders or die.

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      • BitterC says:

        Agreed. Our yunguns need to get busy in the bedroom, too 🙂

        Seriously, I see what is happening here as the same thing that happened to the American Indians. However, there IS a difference. WE can defend this country like they couldn’t but for some reason TPTB do not want us to.

        Can you imagine the Left claiming the Indians that slaughtered Custer were “racists”?

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    • mcfyre2012 says:

      This entire debacle with Syria was completely unnecessary. Before O’Blah-blah, we never really dealt with Syrian affairs. Syria has been friends with Russia (and USSR) for decades. Russia supplied arms, equipment, etc., in exchange for using Syrian ports.

      In other words, we’d have been better off doing nothing than getting involved in Syria.

      As far as Putin and Assad being “good guys,” they are both evil. They just kept their countries stabilized.

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      • Pete says:

        Assad is the only thing standing between the large population of Syrian Christians and other religious minorities and the insurgents of any brand who will slaughter them the second they get the chance. As a general rule, middle-eastern dictators should never be removed by well-meaning (or not) outsiders. Look at the chaos that erupted after we took out Saddam and Ghadaffi for no apparent reason.

        If the current state of the Middle East is a reflection of Obama’s foreign policy skills and his competence in general, and it is, you couldn’t have created a worse outcome if you’d deliberately planned it. Throw in a regional nuclear war, and you’ve got Bathhouse Barry’s legacy in a nutshell.

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        • Sentient says:

          +1,000,000. If Islam were compatible with democracy, they’d have democracy already. Indonesia and Turkey are the supposed counter examples to my generalization, but democracy in those countries only exists because their Islam is not deep-rooted.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      I’d believe that Matt Koehl was working with Israel before I’d believe Putin was. Putin’s a staunch Russian nationalist and still bleeds Red – two essential points that also make him anti-Semitic. Let”s not forget that Israel had some of it’s rumored/alleged nuke-tipped ICBMs targeted at Cold War Russian targets to prevent the Soviets from instituting yet another in a long historical line of pogroms.
      Russia was a MAJOR player in the ’73/Yom Kippur War, taking a lot of the military decisions making away from the Egyptians and nearly getting into a shooting war with the US over some troo/equipment reinforcements that were seemingly coming from Russia. Russia’s been nose-deep in trying to wrest the Golan Heights away from Israel and give them back to its Mideast proxy, Syria – something that was still actively going on as little as two years ago.
      I know I harp on the oil issue in the Mideast, and as much as the religious aspects are waved about the oil’s still far more important to all of the players. Why else would religious purist Iran have been in a deep friends-with-benefits with Russia who, just a few years ago, was the first Great Satan to the Moslems? Not only does Iran and Russia share a hatred for Israel but Israel’s discovered huge oil fields in the Med off of Lebanon in waters that are jointly claimed. Israel’s also the major obstacle to the Russians and their Moslem surrogates plans to control north Africa from Morocco to Afghanistan/Pakistan.

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  7. justfactsplz says:

    2016 can’t come fast enough. Things are going to get even worse between now and then. The King of Jordan has repeatedly asked the US. for help and all they get is crickets. Obama can’t stand al-Sisi so anything he says also falls on deaf ears. Come on Donald, win!.

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  8. sundance says:

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  9. bogeytct says:

    A lot of folks are stuck fitting square pegs into round holes because they completely misunderstand the desires and motives of the players.

    Iran likes Russia because they hate America. Russia is the greatest pole opposing America. China does not oppose America… yet. Egypt desires stability. America supports unstable elements in the region. Russia is the strongest power in the region opposing the unstable elements.

    The greatest tragedy of the Obama administration is we have no allies any more. You can do realpolitik or ideology but both guarantees neither works. Egypt was solid, Iraq was solid, Saudi Arabia was solid, Israel was solid, Libya had flipped to neutral. Now all are effectively neutral and Libya is hostile. Any statements regarding alliances is political window dressing.

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  10. Meyer says:

    “At the larger level, none of this is uncoordinated – and none of it is unintended.”
    Fear it is all part of 0’s plan to have a third term.

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  11. Pete says:

    el-Sisi is a badass. Very interesting guy. keep an eye on him. He’s going to become one of the major middle-eastern power brokers. Bathhouse Barry’s still pouting and ignoring Egypt because el-Sisi overthrew the Muslim Brotherhood scumbags that he had his money on.

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  12. Doodahdaze says:

    Obama, International Skunk. He stinks.

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  13. czarowniczy says:

    (1) The POtuS hasn’t been ignoring Jordan and Egypt, his planning has been to help Putin establish a power base in Egypt and calve Jordan off of the US’s hip (after years of Jordan’s heavily supporting the US and Israel) and throw it to the Moslem dogs (sorry if I’ve offended any dogs).
    (2) I do believe that I’d mentioned a few time over the last few year that I was wondering why Russia hadn’t made its move in Syria, especially since it HAS and HAS HAD intelligence, naval and Special Operations troops there for years since the Cold War. Let’s not forget the Iranian Special Forces proxy troops there (who I’m betting) work there in coordination with the Russian troops. If it comes ou, I’m betting that at some point joint Russian/Iranian ops to save Assad (who’s been twisting in the wind long enough to learn who/what he is) have been ongoing and we’ll find out that Russian-supplied Chechen troops have been and will be working in Syria.
    (3) I do believe I also mentioned that at no point since the various dustups began in Syria has the Russian petro industry even slowed its plans to build a huge petro infrastructure including transport and NG liquefaction ports. One would presume that had Putin et al not been planning an inevitable military intervention, and had not been sure they’d be successful, they’d have at least couched their efforts. Nope, full speed aheadski. I believe main reasons they haven’t acted before now was they were busy firming up parts of the overland transportation system with Turkey and Greece – why waste time messing with ISIS when the West and NATO will soften them up for you? They could just rearrange their planning by dealing with Turkey, Greece and other peaceful countries and let others spend valuable weakening their enemies.
    (4) This shows the Saudis, UAE and any other fence-sitters that Russia is the new big dog on the block and the US is all but powerless to stop them – in fact the US is encouraging them – so it’s time to get on the train before you get ground into the tracks. Now for Iran, with Russian help, to rescue the Shia portions of Iraq. Oh yeah, and their oil fields.

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  14. deqwik2 says:

    Another step towards the Gog Magog War. Now Russia will have a vested interest in the area & have the oil in it’s sight. Before long Russia will be willing to help Iran go against Israel to protect what it has achieved & to get what Israel has. I’ve always wondered why Russia would be a part of this war when a few years ago they showed no interest in Israel. Russia needs the oil.
    Now to watch Turkey & see who they become upset at besides Russia.
    If Obama is still in office he won’t have a clue what happened if the stuff hits the fan over there It will be a total surprise to him. He’ll be duh, wait…. WHAT? Maybe he’ll hear it on FOX News lol.
    I’m not a doomsday person but it’s getting hard not to see whats coming. Even the heavens have had some unique occurrences. The 4th blood moon is this month. I don’t think it’s the end of the world but it’s warning us to pay attention & get ready for something big. In ancient times, the blood moons were usually signs of war or trouble & so far that’s been true this time too if you think about what all has happened since the 1st moon last year.

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  15. I’m afraid the wars and invasion might be coming in delivery as we write.

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