…by Jonas E. Alexis
Al-Bashir has obviously been watching Russia’s position over the years and has been stunned by what the country has been able to accomplish within a very limited amount of time. The whole world knows by now that Russia helped destroy the New World Order plan in Syria.
One can easily formulate a simple deduction: No Russia, no Assad government. In fact, Putin declared: “He [Assad] told me during our talks…that thanks to the Russian Army, Syria has been saved as a state.” In a similar vein, Assad said: “I would like to underline the effort made by the armed forces of the Russian Federation, the sacrifices they have made.”
Al-Bashir has obviously been taking copious notes about the political situation in Syria. He also saw that Russia, with the help of Iran and the Syrian forces, has largely obliterated terrorist cells in the region. This has certainly left an indelible impression on him. He continued to say:
“We are thankful to Russia for its position in the international arena, including Russia’s position on the protection of Sudan.”
Citing al-Bashir, journalist Peter Korzun writes,
“He expressed concern over the situation in the Red Sea, where he sees the US military presence as a problem, saying ‘we would like to discuss the issue from the point of view of the use of bases in the Red Sea.’ The Sudanese leader believes that the conflict in Syria is the result of US interference. The country would be lost if Russia did not lend a helping hand. The success in Syria boosts Moscow’s reputation and makes other developing countries seek its friendship and cooperation.”
New World Order agents must be in deep trouble because al-Bashir is planning to dump them and shift to another boat. Keep in mind that al-Bashir has not been portrayed as a nice guy by the Zionist Bankster Cult. Whether he is a good guy or not is not part of this article here, and further investigation will ferret out those issues. What is crucial here is that al-Bashir doesn’t want to be part of the New World Order anymore. Korzun continued to say:
“According to President al-Bashir, Sudan could serve as a gateway to Africa for Russia. Khartoum is looking forward to cooperation with Moscow in oil exploration, transport and agriculture. In 2015, Russian company Siberian Mining found large gold deposits in Sudan with only explored reserves standing at 46,000 tons, and signed the biggest investment deal in the country’s history. Large gold deposits were discovered in two provinces – the Red Sea and the River Nile. The market value of the gold amounts to US $298 billion.”
If Al-Bashir and Putin form an alliance, then shall we say the United States will have a tough time implementing diabolical activities in Sudan?
-  Peter Korzun, “Sudanese President Visits Russia: Seeking Protection from the United States,” Journal of Strategic Culture, November 25, 2017.
-  “Warm embrace: Assad in surprise Putin meeting ahead of Moscow’s talks with Turkey, Iran,” Russia Today, November 21, 2017.
-  Ibid.
-  Korzun, “Sudanese President Visits Russia: Seeking Protection from the United States,” Journal of Strategic Culture, November 25, 2017
-  Ibid.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.