Russia Forces US To Wait Till End September For War With Syria, Infuriating Infantile US ‘Diplomats’

Russia continues making the US ‘diplomatic team’ (sic) look ridiculous at last night’s press conference.  This is easy to do since the US has no diplomacy at all anymore.  It rages around the world on behalf of ‘allies’ and even non-allies.  Japan and Israel being the two biggest problems for our diplomacy.  Warmongering on behalf of the evilest rulers on earth, the Saudis and racists in Japan and Israel, the US pretends we are anti-racist which fools no one.  Now we are yanked back from at least one horrible war thanks to the KGB guy in the Kremlin!  Thank you, Putin!


Already, the second day, Putin’s team scores more diplomatic hits on the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia:  Day 2: U.S. and Russia negotiate over Syrian chemical weapons –


Kerry said they would meet “around the United Nations General Assembly” on September 28…Lavrov and Kerry are joined by full diplomatic teams, including weapons experts..Russia had promoted a peaceful solution to the situation in Syria from the beginning and that it was unfortunate a communique agreed at a first round of peace talks in Geneva last year had been “basically abandoned,” he said.


Desperately, the US puppets have been pretending this is all Kerry’s idea because he blurted out that he would accept diplomacy while hotly trying to corral all of Europe into joining a totally illegal war at the G20 Meeting.  At that meeting, the Obama puppet refused to talk at all with his host, Putin.  He childishly ran around, pretending to be a leader and failing miserably as almost all of Europe shied away.  Even France, whose puppet supported this invasion at first, got cold feet when the citizens found out and revolted.


Even the mass of US citizens were in full revolt!  The back benches in the Congress revolted.  I saw on the TV listing at the Huffington Post that the clown shows for liberals like the Colbert Report were making fun of Rand Paul who led the Republican charge against this war, mocking his hair.  How dare they?  WE real liberal are in an alliance with Rand Paul’s group, the Tea Party and they are, this time, very much the Good Guys.  Bravo, to all of the Tea Party!  Congratulations on your side!


Thursday’s initial session revealed some of the dynamic between Kerry and Lavrov. (I will note here the irony of this statement!)


In their opening statements, Lavrov spoke first with mostly technical comments and then Kerry followed with longer and more forceful remarks. When he finished, Lavrov asked to respond and said he hadn’t come “prepared with the extended political statement,” adding that “diplomacy likes silence.”
Kerry then asked the translator to repeat Lavrov’s final comment, but when that didn’t happen, Lavrov tried to assure Kerry there was no problem.


Nyet problemi!  HAHAHA. One of the first Russian words I learned when I was young.  Silence is golden, says Russia.  The ‘forceful comments’ from the Kerry vampire was bellicose bellowing about the need to butcher more Syrians and this was backed up by the CIA openly handing out more weapons to these terrorists.  Meanwhile, the Taliban in Afghanistan attacked the US consulate in Western Afghanistan.


And note how Russia was ‘technical’ talking about that reality thing while Kerry was an emotional mess.  And the clever refusal to repeat the ‘silence’ remark while the translator and the Russian who knows English stared at Kerry.  Diplomatic games are like chess, the game of Go or sword fighting in a duel.  Lavrov scored more than one hit on the flailing Kerry and he is too stupid to notice the sword sticking out of his chest.


On Thursday, al-Assad alluded to its regulations, saying they give Syria a standard 30 days to provide information on its stockpiles to the international community.
Kerry appeared to reject that in his opening remarks for the talks with Lavrov.  Referring to al-Assad’s comment, Kerry said: “We believe there is nothing standard about this process.”


Yes, the US will follow no rules.  Nothing is standard about this process to have wars except this is standard for the US to misuse diplomacy this way.


Since the Zionists in the US have refused to spread the news that Jews in Israel are spying on everyone in the US, still, the puppet masters had to deny this to the tiny number of people here who now are confirmed via Snowden that yes, they have Total Information Awareness access to everything we put online, via phone, etc:  Israel: We’d Never Spy on Americans — News from


Shalom went on to declare any reports that referred to Israeli spying on the US since then as a “lie and a libel” against the Israeli government, though again he refused to offer any particulars about NSA data sharing.


HAHAHA, silence is golden!  They never tell the truth.  Even.  Note the ‘lie and libel’ garbage.  I am surprised he didn’t say ‘Snowden and everyone who hates the NSA are all anti-semites!’   I suppose he will in the future.


Here is a story about Israeli spying that is quite recent:…

Israel features prominently in the annual FBI report called “Foreign Economic Collection and Industrial Espionage.” The 2005 report, for example, states: [..] “Israel has an active program to gather proprietary information within the United States. These collection activities are primarily directed at obtaining information on military systems and advanced computing applications that can be used in Israel’s sizable armaments industry.” [..] It adds that Israel recruits spies, uses electronic methods, and carries out computer intrusion to gain the information. The 2005 report concluded that the thefts eroded US military advantage, enabling foreign powers to obtain sophisticated defense technologies.


And now Pakistan to Take US Drone Strikes to UN which infuriates the puppet diplomats who are hard at work destroying America’s reputation abroad.

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10 responses to “Russia Forces US To Wait Till End September For War With Syria, Infuriating Infantile US ‘Diplomats’

  1. Being There

    The warmongers are the BCCI banking group.
    It’s all about the money and coming up with fictions to justify the “Murder Inc.” cartel.
    In the meantime they say we’re “war weary” stupid little phrases that don’t describe our horror at our own wrong-doings around the world. Don’t show us pictures of dying children when we use spent uranium and white phosphorus on populations.

    Oh and let’s smash the social contract and let the American people go without healthcare and starve even when they work full time. Cuz we spent $6 Trillion on wars already…..$33 Trillion on international banking cartel….hmmmm
    How brain-dead do these morons think we are?

  2. melponeme_k

    “I am surprised he didn’t say ‘Snowden and everyone who hates the NSA are all anti-semites!’ I suppose he will in the future.”

    The armchair warriors of the internet are already making that claim.

    As the neo-con and zionist war plans fall apart they have ceased trying to hide the fact that the US government is a client state. It is appalling.

  3. JT

    Putin’s bullshit is far more exceptional than US bullshitten at the moment.
    When did you lose that momentum?

    ELAINE: Putin’s BS is not the issue here. It is our BS. When we address his BS when it menaces the world, we shall. Chernobyl has been talked about by the West since day one but Fukushima is hidden from view nearly never making the news and our own nuclear messes make even less news.

    We concentrate on our own mountain of BS first. And Putin has a right to point out this BS mountain. When necessary, I will talk about his BS. Just as our media was going ape over the Pussy Riot girls, I was one of very few liberals to point out these same women would be brutally beaten by the cops and arrested if they did the same thing in the National Cathedral.

    This information was ignored by our media and most liberals. The outrage about the Pussy women was totally hypocritical, just for example. Russians are free to point out the hypocrisy of Putin, too.

  4. CK

    So MS. Rice is worried about the Syrian’s using poison gas against the USA.
    To which I say:
    Same Shit different Rice.


    ELAINE: Our very own Double Mint Gum Twins.

  5. melponeme_k

    Senator Schumer’s response to my protest against the NSA sharing US Citizen information with a foreign nation.

    “Thank you for contacting me to express your opposition to the recent revelations about the work of the National Security Agency. I share your concerns about protecting civil liberties while still keeping America safe.

    Twelve years after September 11th, our country has made great strides to prevent another terrorist attack against Americans at home and abroad, but it is critical that these efforts do not come at the cost of the freedoms and liberties we cherish. Recent reports of NSA surveillance and data collection programs have caused us all to take a serious look at our laws and regulations, many of which were enacted in the aftermath of that horrible tragedy to prevent such an attack from happening again. While the intentions of these NSA programs are to protect American lives, we must balance that objective with protection of citizens’ basic rights to due process, the presumption of innocence and privacy.

    We have always sought to strike a balance between security and liberty in America; we need the government to protect us while at the same time respecting our privacy and civil liberties. I have three rules in these discussions of security and liberty when it comes to the surveillance programs at issue. First, there should be an open discussion and debate about them in Congress. Policies this profound should not be decided unilaterally by any administration. Second, there should be clear rules established that the government has to obey. Third, there ought to be an independent arbiter, like a judge, that makes sure these rules are being obeyed.

    Once the arbiter makes rulings on these issues, they should be released to the public for review — so long as their release would not jeopardize our national security. Currently, because of the secrecy of the FISA Court, the public has no way to judge whether or not it is effectively enforcing the rules established by Congress. Therefore, I believe we need more transparency and accountability in the FISA Court. That’s why I am cosponsoring the Ending Secret Law Act (S.1130), legislation that would require the Attorney General to declassify these rulings and make them available to the public, so long as they do not jeopardize national security. A debate over making the FISA Court orders public would help answer questions about whether the NSA programs are legal and effective. For instance, right now no one knows how the FISA Court is interpreting critical legal principles and precedents. Understanding these rulings will help us to determine whether these programs are necessary or go too far. If the decisions of the FISA Court were available to the public, one could more effectively discern if they’re being an effective arbiter.

    I will continue to very closely examine the NSA surveillance programs to discern how we can craft better oversight. If additional legislation is necessary to revise these programs, I will work with my colleagues to ensure that the safety of our country does not come at the sacrifice of our guiding Constitutional principles.

    Thank you for contacting me about this important issue. Please feel free to contact me in the future if I can be of further assistance on this or any other matter.

    Charles E. Schumer
    United States Senator”

  6. emsnews

    The loop hole of ‘jeopardize national security’ is the elephant in the room.

    EVERYTHING will be labeled thusly preventing anything appearing in public as it has been done since day one.

  7. Seraphim

    In all the brouhaha about Snowden the principal thing was left aside. Namely that the NSA contracts its work to outsiders. A certain surveillance of citizenry is one of the attributions of any government. It must be exclusively in the hands of the government. Of course the government must be controlled by the judiciary for protection from abuses. Relinquishing the control of the state is to open the gate for all forms of abuses.

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