Comments on: Russia’s fight in Syria reflects the Kremlin’s fears at home Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: Idle_Storm Sat, 07 Nov 2015 08:34:41 +0000 Russia is fighting a losing battle. Syria is a dogs breakfast and maybe if Putin would have invaded earlier he might have done some good. However, Putin or no Putin Damascus will be totally destroyed in the end.

By: GeorgeBurdell Sat, 03 Oct 2015 17:50:59 +0000 Ok, let’s get down to the real reason Russia is in Syria. Russia’s friend Assad can stop the proposed natural gas pipeline from running through Syria into Turkey and Europe. That pipeline could eliminate Russia’s energy stranglehold on those countries. Forget religion, morality or nationalism. It’s about money.

By: SR37212 Fri, 02 Oct 2015 11:48:54 +0000 As far as Russia’s fear about US covert operations this short list of CIA ‘moderate’ rebel involvements might be a good reason to think that way: 1949 Syrian coup d’état
1953 Iranian coup d’état
1954 Guatemalan coup d’état
1959 Tibetan uprising
1961 Cuba, Bay of Pigs Invasion
1964 Brazilian coup d’état
1973 Chilean coup d’état
1976 Argentine coup d’état
1979–89 Afghanistan, Operation Cyclone
1980 Turkish coup d’état
1981–87 Nicaragua, Contras
2013- Syria
And I didn’t include the admitted Nuland fiasco of admitting they financed the overthrow of the Ukraine.
It’s just possible the paranoia is correct.

By: Jingan Thu, 01 Oct 2015 03:08:23 +0000 USA fight in Iraq reflects the White House’s fears at home

By: BraveNewWrld Wed, 30 Sep 2015 13:36:48 +0000 @”people” somehow sharing the same flat in some russian town

– take off the tin hat – perhaps russians came to our town, but not the ones you’re referring to :)
You might look up the most endorsed comments on BBC’ article on the issue from yesterday. All 50 or so of them with tens of thousands of endorsements. I doubt one could put that many people in same flat. As one commenter wrote there, “anybody with half a brain or more can see things for what they are”. And you do not have to be russian for that :)

By: wirk Wed, 30 Sep 2015 08:34:28 +0000 Yet another litany of propaganda nonsense, starting with convoluted elaborations why Russia gets engaged in Syria. This is simple when one sees catastrophal results of the US playing role of global policeman treating the world as its own backyard. Now when many millions are leaving creating humanitarian inferno its time to act. One can wonder why Russia has not acted before. The answer is also simple: Earlier there would be condemnations of “aggressive” Russia. Now when the collapse of US policy is evident nobody dares to tell this (with the exception of Kiev lunatics).

By: phaber74 Wed, 30 Sep 2015 04:33:52 +0000 Come on Reuters let’s start banning the Russian trolls already. They don’t make hard. Every option article has the same handles posting pro-Russian dribble. Its one thing to invite comments but its another not to moderate them properly so voices have equal chance of being read.

I am guessing that if you trace the IP Addresses back to their source you have most of these “people” somehow sharing the same flat in some Russian town.

I am not talking about censoring people’s views. Moderating them and punishing abuse though would be a nice courtesy to your other readers.

By: CNNpropaganda Tue, 29 Sep 2015 23:55:26 +0000 The US slams Volkswagen a day after Merkel says “lets talk to Assad.” Why??

By: Solidar Tue, 29 Sep 2015 19:38:35 +0000 It’s about time Russia did something productive. They can have ISIS.

By: pbgd Tue, 29 Sep 2015 17:19:55 +0000 As early as the Munich Security Conference of 2007 Puiin threatened to start the Cold War again, and he did.