US Uses Terrorists To Intervene In Affairs Of Sovereign States: Russian Top Official

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US Uses Terrorists To Intervene In Affairs Of Sovereign States: Russian Top Official

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The news agency TASS reports (source):

Washington uses terrorists as an instrument of pressure and a pretext to intervene in the affairs of sovereign states, Chairman of the Russian State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin said on Saturday at the second conference of Parliament speakers from Afghanistan, China, Iran, Pakistan, Russia and Turkey on fight against terrorism and strengthen regional cooperation.

According to Volodin, the world community has not yet been able to joint efforts in the fight against terrorism, particularly in Syria. “The US geopolitical ambitions are hindering well-coordinated work; they continue to use terrorists and extremists as an instrument of pressure and direct interference in the affairs of sovereign states, trying to justify this as the so-called concept of countering violent extremism. Under this concept, the idea of introducing ‘anti-extremist standards’ of educating civil society by so-called independent international experts, bypassing the legitimate authorities, is imposed on states civil society,” he said.

According to Volodin, this undermines the role of state institutions, the growth of extremist sentiment. “The examples of this are the Middle East and North Africa. From 2011 to 2015, international terrorism in Syria grew to the scale of a ‘terrorist pseudo-state’,” he said.

Volodin noted that the liberation of most Syrian territory from Islamic State (IS – terrorist organization banned in Russia) was made possible only due to the agreements of the leaders of Russia, Iran and Turkey.

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  • FlorianGeyer

    The US has always used terrorists to further the US theft of the world.

    It will only stop when the money/weapons supply from the FUKUS three + Israel and NATO is cut off.

    The problem is, how to achieve that. :)

    • You can call me Al

      Nuke them all.

      • FlorianGeyer

        Langley and Washington would be a good start :)

        • Sinbad2

          As a kid in school, the bully eventually got around to me, so I let him have a few, he dropped to the ground and started crying, so I stopped. He then got up and beat the crap out of me.
          You can’t just give the Americans a bloody nose and expect them to behave, you have to finish them off, completely.

      • Sinbad2

        Yep it is the only way, appeasement has been proven not to work.

  • frankly

    This kind of article is typical of the Russian comments. It is beguilingly close to really nailing the issues but somehow winds up being more of a total miss, than a devastating blow.

    The profits for Empire are simply too massive and the power gained by dividing to enticing. It makes it so much easier when your own forces are simply disposable. “Yeah just sail right through the Kerch Straight, what could go wrong?”

    The Rules of law and justice only ever applied to those without means. The brazenness of current policy puts any sense of their moral superiority to bed, forever.

    What is the lowest life form on the planet? A Palestinian or someone from Yemen? Killing them is to relieve their misery, so certainly torturing them brings our masters some finer satisfaction.

    • R Trojson

      Yes, life is cheap in Syria too. Over 500,000 dead and counting with no end in sight.

      • Sinbad2

        So how many shekels is a pound of flesh in Syria, or is it pounds to the Shekel?

  • RichardD

    The Bolshevik Jew revolution was a terror operation by any rational definition of the term. The fact that it was offical as compared to today’s intel managed terror fronts doesn’t change the massive crimes against humanity comitted. Or the culpibility of the Jews and their collaborators for these crimes. Planetary dejudification would go a long ways towards correcting this problem. Israel, the US, UK, and France in particular. Completing the dejudification of Russia would also help.

    • alejoeisabel

      Imbecilic comment devoid of rationality. Nice job.

      • RichardD

        Then disprove it. You can’t because it’s true. So you don’t even try.

  • R Trojson

    Yet Russian coalition refuses to fight ISIS. This is just the oldest propaganda trick in the book, always accuse your opponent of doing what ever dirty deed you are already doing.

    • verner

      not really – insert the disunited states of A instead of Russia and you get it right.

      anyway, the disunited states of morons is busy flying the ISIS-leadership to Afghanistan with explicit orders to start unrest in nearby countries,

  • verner

    the disunited states of mongrels (america) never forgets and never forgives and thus they are hard on the trot where Iran is concerned (ousting america’s puppet, the shah) North Korea (refused to accept the mongrels choice of leader for the Koren peninsula and thus used more bombs on NK than in the entire WW2) Russia, that kicked out the stooges that Jeltsin let in, Venezuela that expropriated the oil-companies owned by mongrel-state companies and then anything that is against israel since the israelites have infiltrated washington dc to the very brim.

    the easiest way to solve the problems is to discontinue israel, since that sole country is responsible for 80% of what ails the world! hep