Caton: Welcome to another edition of YPN News bringing you News at it relates to Bible Prophecy and foretold by Yisrayl Hawkins. Well we have a powerful hurricane that’s reeked havoc on the Carribean Islands, we also have that same hurricane heading towards the Southeast coast of the United States. We’re going to talk a little bit about the cost of leaving the European Union for the UK and also continuing conflict between the United States and Russia over Syria.
Caton: But we’re going to start off with some media reports that were given sighting the US government sources saying that Washington is considering military strikes against Syria’s government, after America severed talks with Russia over the Syrian Peace Process. Also as a note, Washington understands that a potential attack against Assad forces will bring America and Russia closer to conflict.
Jeffrey: White House Press Secretary Josh Earnst said at a press conference, “There’s a risk associated with taking strikes at regime targets. That risk includes attacking a regime that does continue to maintain a robust air defense system. It also edges US and Russian military forces closer to confrontation. That doesn’t serve anybody’s interest.”
Caton: The peace process in Syria is being hampered as a result of America’s cutting its ties with Russia over the Syrian peace process. Washington blamed Russia for being ineffective in its fight against ISIL and in reaction, Moscow replied, the US is ready to strike a deal with the devil to achieve its aims in Syria. So as diplomacy falters, ‘what will the US do next?’ is the question on the minds of many.
Jeffrey: According to the US State departments, US Secretary of state, John Kerry said that the Assad regime and Russia rejected diplomacy. On September 12th when the cease-fire took effect, Russia and the US were on a diplomatic path. When the state department spokesperson, Mark Toner was asked ‘if it failed when the rebel groups used the cease-fire to strengthen their positions and when ISIL nearly took over Der-Ezor after the US bombing of the Syrian military admittedly by mistake, did those things play no role in the failure of that deal?’…
Caton: Mr. Toners response, “There was a series of events, including the attack, by mistake on Syrian forces, followed by the attack on a humanitarian convoy and then subsequently attacks on civilian targets in Aleppo. We can talk about opposition groups using the pause to resupply, that’s a reality.” So Jeff, it sounds like he’s saying that those things did play a part in the failed deal and the state department does concede that the rebels did have a role to play.
Jeffrey: Now Washington’s narrative is that Assad and Russia suddenly rejected diplomacy and chose a military solution. Now if you remember, Kerry was also for a military solution when he stated, “I’ve argued for use of force. I stood up. I’m the guy who stood up and announced we’re going to attack Assad because of the weapons, and then you know things evolved into a different process.
Caton: So I wonder why there’s a surprise that so-called Russia and Assad is wanting military force when the United States was at one point. Seems like they would still be on the same page but apparently not. Many within the US government are challenging the single policy on the Syrian war and the Obama Administration is once again considering a military action and we may once again see a divergence of views within the administration on how to proceed in Syria.
Jeffrey: Another move by Washington has strained relations with Russia over the Syrian crisis. The US blocked a Russian statement condemning a recent shelling of the Russian embassy in Damascus. RT spoke with the Russian foreign ministry spokesperson, Maria Zakharova about the current diplomatic deadlock. She said, “The whole time we were in negotiations, we realized very quickly that the United States had no joint position. Different organizations and structures in Washington were taking different positions on what is going on in Syria and they have absolutely different views…
Caton: She continued, “…that was most difficult in our bilateral negotiations because we were not dealing with a partner with a joint view. We were dealing with people who were changing their opinion and point of view on what is going on in Syria, actually every day. These concerns were also admitted by people in Washington.” That in fact they were having a lot of change of views.
Jeffrey: James Carden from The Nation magazine talked about establishing a no-fly zone and how it could be the next move from Washington. In an interview with RT, he said, “There’s going to be a lot of pressure on the president to institute a no-fly zone or the so called safe zones in northern Syria and that would put us on the road to a direct confrontation with the Russian federation, Iran and Syria.
Caton: Continuing he said, “When you implement a no fly zone you necessarily have to commit acts of war and we know that there are Russian troops on the ground and in the air as well as Syrian and Iranian. And even the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that these things aren’t easy. It sounds easy to impose a no-fly zone but the reality is much different.”
Caton: The weather continues to be outrageous across the globe Jeff. While Hurricane Mathew is spinning its way along the southeast coast of the United States, it has already brought devastating blows to the Island of Haiti. At this point the number of dead is unclear due to the extreme extent of the destruction, but there are reports that it could be as high as 800. The storm has also left thousands of people homeless and is the worst natural disaster in the country since the magnitude 7 earthquake that hit the Caribbean island in 2010.
Jeffrey: In France there seems to be a storm brewing of a different kind. The French President, François Hollande is warning Britain it will have to pay a heavy price for leaving the European Union. “There must be a threat, there must be a risk, there must be a price,” he said, arguing that his stance is necessary, otherwise quote, “the principles of the EU will be questioned.” So it sounds like they want to make a statement here.
Caton: Well, Hollande also believes allowing the UK to leave without consequences, will risk other countries wanting to do the same to enjoy the supposed benefits without any downsides.
Jeffrey: France and the UK aren’t the only countries struggling to get along. Tensions have recently flared up between Moscow and Washington, since the breakdown of Syria’s ceasefire deal brokered by the two countries. Fearing the US will continue to target Syrian government forces in the war-torn country, Russia’s Defense Ministry cautions their Western neighbor against such actions. A spokesman for the Defense Ministry brought up the fact that Russia has their S300 and S400 air defense missiles systems covering a surprisingly large radius. And the way he said it Caton, it’s like ‘you’re going to be surprised how far we can reach out there and touch you.’
Caton: The spokesman said quote, “It must be understood that Russian air defense missile crews will unlikely have time to clarify via the hotline the exact fire program of the missiles or the ownership of their carriers” He continued, “Any US attacks on areas controlled by Syrian government could jeopardize lives of Russian troops.”
Jeffrey: The US is not taking Russia’s words lightly Caton. ‘Washington has threatened to “impose costs” on Russia over the Syrian conflict, without UN backing. This may be the harshest warning thus far from America. What began as criticism a few weeks ago has quickly shifted to direct threats.
Caton: From the Secretary of State to the US Ambassador to the UN, and many officials in between the rhetoric is ramping up severely. US Ambassador, Samantha Power went as far as to say, “What Russia is sponsoring and doing is not counter terrorism it barbarism.” And the White House Press Secretary Josh Earnst made a provocative statement when he said, “In this case I wouldn’t rule out multi-lateral efforts, outside of the UN, to impose costs on Syria or Russia or others with regard to the situation inside of Syria.”
Jeffrey: If you remember it was only a month ago that, the US and Russia were holding peace talks which brought about a seven day ceasefire that we talked about in Syria. But now the war of words is as threatening as the physical armies. John Kirby, a spokesman in the State Department, said recently of the moderate rebels the US supports, “Extremist groups will continue to exploit the vacuums that are there in Syria to expand their operations which will include, no question, attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities. Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags.”
Caton: But how did it get to this boiling point so quickly? There are of course, some key factors leading up to the current situation. First, the US broke the Ceasefire when it killed sixty Syrian army soldiers who were on the frontlines, battling ISIL. While Secretary of State, John Kerry admitted this took place he called it quote, “A terrible accident.”
Jeffrey: Secondly, the United States promised they would separate the terrorist of Al-Nusrah from the so-called, ‘moderate rebels’ which they support. However many months later the US is still backing both the rebels and terrorists. But it doesn’t end there.
Caton: Next we have the US military officials, like Deputy Chief of Staff, Joseph Anderson making their position brutally clear. He stated, “The next…group here is fighting against the regional military powers. These are existential for us and our allies. (In other words necessary for survival.)
Jeffrey: He continued, “The threat for this type of fight is a nation state with moderate capabilities, aggressive behavior and engaging in militarized competition. So who would you pick for that one?” Anderson concluded, “I think it would be Russia.”
Caton: Another US Army Chief of Staff, Mark Milley spoke about retaliating even if the enemy only thought about hurting the United States. He said, “I want to be clear to those who wish to do us harm. We’ll stop you and we’ll beat you harder than you have ever been beaten before.” While these words are coming from their mouths, US Officials are claiming Russia is bring aggressive. So, it’s a…
Jeffrey: That’s like calling the kettle black…
Jeffrey: But there are some people out there, who recognize the eradic behavior of Washington, like Michael Raddie, Co-editor for BSNews. Raddie told RT in an interview, “The lunatic war hawks have taken over in Langley, in the Pentagon and also in the White House. The spokesperson there talking about ‘costs’ and Russian cities being hit, Russian soldiers coming home in body bags. That to me sounds like an indirect order to terrorist to strike wherever they want to.”
Caton: News media groups are saying, It’s like all the talk of peace has been forgotten, and a recent Headline from Independent News reads, “Future war with Russia or China would be ‘extremely lethal and fast’, US generals warn”.
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Jeffrey: Thanks for watching.