March 29, 2016

Discredited Western Leaders And Their Racist, Sectarian Allies Lament ISIS's Loss of Palmyra At The Hands of Syrians And Russians

ISIS is invincible no more. Washington is exceptional no more.

Vladimir Putin The Great has checked the evil ambitions of the Sultan of Turkey, the Caliph of ISIS, the King of Arabia, and the Imam of Washington.

This is revenge for the victims of the Taliban in Afghanistan who were brought to power by these evil, anti-human, and destructive forces in the 1980s. This is revenge for Mother Russia.

History will thank Putin for his vision, fearlessness, and determination to wipe out terrorism in all its forms anywhere on the planet.

An excerpt from, "Palmyra's Liberation Greeted With Praise Despite Silence of Officials" Sputnik News, March 29, 2016:
While Western authorities remain “decidedly muted” over the liberation of the ancient city of Palmyra from Daesh terrorists, many Western readers have lavished their admiration on the UNESCO site's liberators when commenting on dry factual articles. Sputnik has compiled a small number of these readers' responses.

While Western journalists wonder why their Western leaders “appear unenthusiastic” over the biggest military defeat of Daesh militants in Syria so far, their readers aren't concealing their admiration of those who fought to liberate the ancient city of Palmyra. 
An excerpt from, "Russian lawmaker: Liberation of Palmyra may become turning point in fight against IS" TASS, March 28, 2016:
Liberation of Palmyra may become some sort of the Battle of Stalingrad for the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization, chairman of Russian Federation Council’s International Affairs Committee Konstantin Kosachev wrote on his Facebook page on Monday.

The next strategic goal for Syrian government forces will probably be Raqqa, the de facto capital of IS in Syria, he added. "Everyone understands that Palmyra may become Stalingrad for IS. The next serious goal is clearly seen on the horizon - Raqqa," Kosachev wrote. Liberation of Palmyra is "the first considerable and resounding IS defeat brought precisely by Syrian official authorities, though with the support of Russia," he noted.

Kosachev said that liberation of Palmyra by Syrian government forces gives a powerful symbolic impetus to the world. "Even fierce opponents of (Syrian president Bashar) Assad admit that this is precisely liberation, not seizure or conquering," the lawmaker said.