Russian Ambassador Murdered By U.S.-Backed Terrorists: “First Act of Revenge” For Aleppo

By Contributing Author


This article was written by Tyler Durden and originally published at Zero Hedge.

Editor’s Comment: Not to be confused by the shell game of Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, which was formerly known as al-Nusra), this shocking political execution was claimed by a terrorist organization that the United States has – controversially – been tacitly backing in Syria, Iraq and throughout the region.

Since the beginning, the U.S. establishment – including such figures as Sen. John McCain – has been feverishly backing, supplying, arming, training, funding and giving cover for the “moderate rebels”, who are in turn, composed of terrorist organizations that U.S. foreign policy has supposedly been geared towards eliminating and destroying since the War on Terror began.

As the years go on, it becomes more and more clear that the covert U.S. support for this terrorist front is really oriented towards toppling regimes and fueling its agenda for world order domination in the region. Now, as the West is being written out of ceasefire and peace negotiations between Russia, Turkey and Iran, it is increasingly clear that many would support any and all actions in order to keep the region destabilized for as long as possible. How this will play out …read more