“And don’t even ask Putin” – Kadyrov Calls on Russian People to Do Away with a Two-Term Presidential Run Limit

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Ramzan Kadyrov

Кадыров о возможности занимать пост президента больше двух раз подряд: “Если в интересах народа нужно, почему мы не можем внести изменения? Мы не должны даже спрашивать у самого Путина! Народ должен инициировать и принять такое решение.”

Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov on doing away with the two consecutive term limit for Russian president:

“If the interests of our people demand it, why can’t we make necessary changes? We shouldn’t even ask Putin! The People must initiate and make this decision.”

LADA’S P.S. Some appear confused. Kadyrov proposes to DO AWAY with the LIMIT on how many times one can run for president consecutively, running 3, 4 or more times if need be. This is the nature of a big debate in Russia at this time, anyway.

Read my reply in comments for more!

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US, UK and France are bombing Syria! How Will Russia Respond? Lada Ray Analysis

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The early Russian reports say that compared to last year’s strike, twice as many missiles were used so far. But it appears US is promising that it was only the first wave, more is coming. They bomb the government and military installations in Damascus and Homs. Initial report: all missiles targeting Homs were shot down by Syrian army, using old Soviet anti-missile systems. Later I heard that some people were killed in Homs. There are some hits in Damascus, including the city’s electric system. France/Macron announced that they were hitting only ‘targets with chemical weapons’ – an obvious lie.

Russian sources have reported that so far everything is quiet around Russian bases in Syria. Russia always said that it will retaliate immediately, if any Russian properties and/or servicemen are hit. Russian and US Army Chiefs had been on the phone and all this was communicated. The diplomats have been working…

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BREAKING! Western Lies on Skripal Poisoning & Syria Chemical Attacks Come to Light!

Finally, the long awaited proof we’ve been waiting for! Check it out sheeple… baaaa baaaa.

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Lavrov: Swiss Lab Certifies Skripals Were Poisoned With Nerve Gaz From NATO Arsenals

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Russian MoD: 71 out of 103 Missiles SHOT DOWN Over Syria

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Putin on deliberate destruction of the Middle East by the West!

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Maria Zakharova: NATO Dashed Hopes of Peace and Stability for Citizens of Syria

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Per My Predictions! Russia actually benefited from Trump’s Syria attack and anti-Russia sanctions! And it’s high time to fix Ukraine!

Totally agree that Russia should seize this opportunity to reintegrate Donbass, Donetsk, Luhansk.

Here’s an interesting commentary from UK MSM The Guardian, the sheeple are finally awakening! Western aggression is so blatantly obvious that the most brain-dead can’t ignore any longer, lol!

https://1earthunite.wordpress.com/2018/04/15/the-wests-double-standards-over-the-bombing-of-syria/

• I am writing in despair that the prime minister and President Macron (whom we previously so admired) should have joined this shabby coalition to bomb Syria and escalate the danger of war, as well as causing more suffering and grief to that beleaguered nation. Those of us who believe in peace, dialogue and diplomacy – not to mention international law and the lessons of the past 100 years – were full of admiration for President Chirac for refusing to join the US-UK illegal invasion of Iraq. We hoped Macron would stand firm as well, but he has profoundly disappointed us. So has our prime minister, who did not wait for the results of the ongoing investigation in Damascus, nor for a vote in parliament, to rush to join this misguided, pointless and risky venture.
Brigid Keenan
Batcombe, Somerset

• Well done, Mrs May. With a faltering government, no majority and Brexit in a shambles she decided to follow her mentor Mrs T and ferment a bit of a war a long way from the UK. Enter the red tops with the “our brave troops” rhetoric (even though they did not risk entering Syrian airspace). Follow this piece of post-imperial jingoism with a royal wedding and a royal birth and she’s cemented the Tories’ position. Parliament? Don’t bother. Independent investigation results? Don’t wait. Don’t give it the time of day. Back to brave little Britain circa 1940 and to hell in a handcart for people like me who question it all.
Jane Ghosh
Bristol

• Thank you, Simon Jenkins, for such a wise and rational article (Opinion, 13 April). Have we not learned from countless conflicts that reprisals and “punishments” lead only to escalation and not deterrence? All war is catastrophic, only to be engaged in at direst need, when attacked. Britain is not attacked. All our efforts should be concentrated on getting the combatants round a table to discuss a peaceful settlement, without the ridiculous condition that Assad must step down. Whatever his record (and he is by no means alone in that) he is the only leader with any kind of legitimacy, and the only one who has the power to bring some kind of order to that ravaged land.
Hazel Davies
Newton-Le-Willows, Merseyside

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I made these predictions on many occasions between 2014 and 2017. This is a video in which the confirmations of my various predictions are discussed by Russian analysts.

My predictions include these: 1. Russia will actually benefit from Western anti-Russia sanctions, especially long-term; 2. Whatever actions against Russia the West takes now, they will always lose and Russia will win in the end. The most comprehensive overview of these predictions is in ESW2, ESW4 and ESW6.

See more on Russia & Ukraine breaking intel here: US, UK and France are bombing Syria! How Will Russia Respond? Lada Ray Analysis

Video – eng

Good interview – ALSO CONFIRMS MY PREDICTIONS SPECTACULARLY!! Listen to the end! US acting as ‘ISIS air force’ in Syria, spreads ‘conscious, transparent lie’ – former US diplomat

SEE my other today’s posts!

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The west’s double standards over the bombing of Syria

Even the mainstream media can’t hold back from the truth any longer!

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/apr/15/the-wests-double-standards-over-the-bombing-of-syria

Letters from Dr Paula JamesDr Ghada Karmi, Brigid KeenanJane Ghosh and Hazel Davies
The wreckage of a building said to be part of the Scientific Studies and Research Centre in Barzeh, north of Damascus.
 The wreckage of a building said to be part of the Scientific Studies and Research Centre in Barzeh, north of Damascus, bombed by US, UK and French forces. Photograph: Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images

It’s Saturday morning and I am watching Theresa May on BBC1 with increasing incredulity. We’ll pass over the fact that there is no secure evidence that Assad has used chemical weapons in an area where Syrian government troops had already won and no questions from journalists about what his motivation could possibly be. Let us focus instead upon the double standards displayed by the UK and the US. The prime minister says the deaths of civilians in Syria cannot be tolerated. The US president states that action must be taken against mass murderers of men, women and children, and nations should be judged by the friends or global company they keep.

May and Trump are supporters of Saudi Arabia, assisting its genocide of the people of Yemen. They remain silent while Israel shoots down unarmed civilians and has deployed white phosphorus in its previous devastating assaults upon Gaza. It is clear to me that we have fostered conflict in Syria for many years, and that, in general, western interventions have only served to destabilise the Middle East. The cost in human life is huge and will not be reduced or stopped by bombing raids from the US and its allies. Theresa May can strike all the Churchillian poses she likes, but this is all about the geopolitics.
Dr Paula James
Chelwood Gate, East Sussex

 

 We Arabs are sick of being used for others’ gratification, as yet another Arab country is turned into a stage for western actors to strut and posture for reasons unconnected with the purported wellbeing of the Syrian people; so that Trump can cut a virile figure, or May can dream of becoming the new Thatcher – all this at Arab expense (Ministers must articulate a way out of the Syrian war, Editorial, 11 April).

The western position is based on two dangerous fallacies: that no proof or independent inquiry is needed to justify bombing Syria; and that it’s up to the west, which helped to fuel Syria’s civil war in the first place, to do it. Had there been a shred of concern for Syria’s people, they would now be left alone to recover as Syria, no thanks to western forces, is emptied of its western-backed jihadis and proxy mercenaries. The Middle East has been the playground of the west for long enough. It’s time to stop.
Dr Ghada Karmi
London

 

 I am writing in despair that the prime minister and President Macron (whom we previously so admired) should have joined this shabby coalition to bomb Syria and escalate the danger of war, as well as causing more suffering and grief to that beleaguered nation. Those of us who believe in peace, dialogue and diplomacy – not to mention international law and the lessons of the past 100 years – were full of admiration for President Chirac for refusing to join the US-UK illegal invasion of Iraq. We hoped Macron would stand firm as well, but he has profoundly disappointed us. So has our prime minister, who did not wait for the results of the ongoing investigation in Damascus, nor for a vote in parliament, to rush to join this misguided, pointless and risky venture.
Brigid Keenan
Batcombe, Somerset

 

 Well done, Mrs May. With a faltering government, no majority and Brexit in a shambles she decided to follow her mentor Mrs T and ferment a bit of a war a long way from the UK. Enter the red tops with the “our brave troops” rhetoric (even though they did not risk entering Syrian airspace). Follow this piece of post-imperial jingoism with a royal wedding and a royal birth and she’s cemented the Tories’ position. Parliament? Don’t bother. Independent investigation results? Don’t wait. Don’t give it the time of day. Back to brave little Britain circa 1940 and to hell in a handcart for people like me who question it all.
Jane Ghosh
Bristol

 

 Thank you, Simon Jenkins, for such a wise and rational article (Opinion, 13 April). Have we not learned from countless conflicts that reprisals and “punishments” lead only to escalation and not deterrence? All war is catastrophic, only to be engaged in at direst need, when attacked. Britain is not attacked. All our efforts should be concentrated on getting the combatants round a table to discuss a peaceful settlement, without the ridiculous condition that Assad must step down. Whatever his record (and he is by no means alone in that) he is the only leader with any kind of legitimacy, and the only one who has the power to bring some kind of order to that ravaged land.
Hazel Davies
Newton-Le-Willows, Merseyside