Putin Forms Alliance Against US use of Force in Syria

 

Russian President Vladimir Putin was surprised how many countries speak out against intervention in Syria at the G20 summit. (Photo: Consilium)

Russian President Vladimir Putin is finding the anti-American sentiment rising among the G20. Obama has done far more to destroy the image of the United States than perhaps any president post-Great Depression. The countries of China, India, Indonesia, Brazil, South Africa and Italy are now lining up against a military intervention in Syria by the United States. Obama’s support for military use against Syria has failed, and Vladimir Putin is proving to be a formidable political power capable of dancing circles around the Obama Administration.

Putin has now assured Syria that in the event of a military strike by Obama, Russia will now help. ”We will” now help Syria, Putin told a press conference of the G20 summit in Russia. Putin also said that a military strike against Syria will have a major impact on international security. This new Putin Alliance for a peaceful solution consists of Russia, China, India, Brazil, South Africa and Indonesia. The Obama Administration cannot see the other side of the coin. Why should Iran and North Korea give up nuks when the USA believes it can invade any country it disagrees with? Furthermore, behind-the-curtain, nobody believes Obama and it is more likely that the chemical weapons were supplied by Saudi Arabia and this is all about the pipeline. 

The United States, Turkey, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Great Britain and France are aligned for an intervention in Syria. The lack of support for a strike against Syria and the fact that the US has lost all credibility when there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, has made the US an untrustworthy interventionist militarily,