An intense “earnest activity message” issued from the office of President Putin to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the 29th of August which was requesting a “huge military strike” against Saudi Arabia in case the West ambushes Syria.
It was accounted for that Putin got “incensed” after his early August gathering with Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan who cautioned that if Russia did not acknowledge the thrashing of Syria, Saudi Arabia might unleash Chechen terrorists under their control to reason mass expiration and confusion throughout the Winter Olympics which will be held 7-23 February 2014 in Sochi.
Lebanese daily paper ‘As-Safir’ affirmed the astounding danger against Russia idiom that Prince Bandar vowed to defend Russia’s maritime base in Syria, if the Assad administration is toppled, however, he likewise alluded to Chechen terrorist ambushes on Russia’s Winter Olympics in Sochi in case that there is no accord by expressing: “I can give you a certification to secure the Winter Olympics one year from now. The Chechen bunches that undermine the security of the amusements are regulated by us.”
Sovereign Bandar said that Chechens working in Syria were a force instrument that could be exchanged on and off. “These bunches don’t alarm us. We utilize them within the substance of the Syrian administration, but they will have no part in Syria’s political future.”
London’s ‘Telegraph’ News Service further reported today that Saudi Arabia has covertly offered Russia a clearing arrangement to control the worldwide oil market and protection of Russia’s gas contracts, if the Kremlin moves to an opposite direction from the Assad administration in Syria. Putin answered to by saying “Our stance on Assad will never show signs of change. We accept that the Syrian administration is the best speaker for the benefit of the Syrian individuals, and not those liver eaters”; Putin alluded to the footage indicating a Jihadist revolt consuming the heart and liver of a Syrian fighter. So, Prince Bandar cautioned that there could be “no break from the military choice”, if Russia declined the olive branch.
With Putin’s past request, and as we had investigated in our 17 May report “Russia Issues “All-Out War” Alert Over Syria,” and now joined with his new requesting of huge retaliatory strikes against Saudi Arabia, any ambush on Syria is seen by Russia as being a strike on itself.
Furthermore, as we had awhile ago demonstrated in incredible part, the battle over Syria, being headed by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and their lap-puppy; Western associates, has however one single target: To break Russia’s hold on the European Union characteristic gas market which a pipeline through Syria might perform as reported by ‘London’s Financial Times News Service’ this past June.