Putin lands in Syria on unannounced visit, orders Russian troop withdrawal
The Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived without prior notice Monday at the Russian air base in Latakia, Syria with orders for the withdrawal of units of Russian troops to home base. He arrived with defense minister Col. Gen. Sergey Shoigu. Later Monday, he plans trips to Cairo and Ankara.
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it should read “unannounced”
So NOW Israel can finally attack Syria and Iran unimpeded! Hurrah!!! Oh, wait…
You people are so cruel… Satan agents
Look here man – NATASA in Russian (in English NataSHa for the SH right sound representing a letter in Russian, which is missing in English) and read it backwards – it gives A SATAN. Satan is Russian, one person at the top, guess how he is?
bit of a stretch don’t you think? Satan in English is Satan… that does not make the queen the Devil.