Partial Syria Ceasefire (Again). Who’s Winning, Trump Or Putin?

There is plenty to be positive about coming from last week’s face-to-face meeting between Presidents Trump and Putin. One indicator of how important/well the meeting went was the fact that the mainstream media immediately reverted to its “Russia hacked the election” obsession, even as the pillars of that absurd assertion fall, one by one. The agreement on ceasefire zones in parts of southwest Syria are also a positive sign if it means the US and Russia are taking a step back from direct confrontation in that country. However, there are pitfalls. Will it mean more US military involvement in Syria, guarding these new zones? And one simple trick Trump can use to get the “Russia hacked the election” off his back. This and more in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

  • CuriousNC

    All it takes is another mishap or a false flag to derail this. The shadow government would probably rather the ceasefire to fall apart. Its on shaky ground with a lot of actors with different ideas for Syria and the US. Have the US or Russia ever won in the Middle East against militias?

  • I actually can’t see Ron Paul anymore either. Isn’t he a part of the establishment?

    He always says “my colleagues” when refering to the politicians/murderers in the Senate.

    • MvGuy

      What works is often superior to acting out… Certainly in the legislative and dialog world, relative civility will produce better results than rudeness & hostility. As my wife’s mother said, you get more results with honey, than with vinegar… We need to support Ron Paul in every way possible, short of overlooking his any possible wrongdoing.