For all the Alex Jones conspiracy theories and pro-russian propaganda around the internet saying President Trump did the wrong thing by taking out strategic chemical research facilities in Syria after a horrendous chlorine attack on civilians in Douma… you may want to think twice about where you get your information.
Suspicions are being raised after an Investigative Journalist who exposed the secret army of Russians in Syria provoking a war with the U.S. suddenly fell off a balcony in Russia.
Matthew 26:52-54 – Then said Jesus unto him, Put up again thy sword into his place: for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.
Journalist Who Exposed Russia’s Secret Army Provoking US, Suddenly Dies From Falling off Balcony
Maxim Borodin, 32, a Russian journalist has died at a hospital on Sunday after falling from his fifth-floor balcony in Yekaterinburg – the fourth-largest city in Russia.
He was reporting on Russia’s “shadow army” in Syria. He had reported extensively for the news service Novy Den about the deaths of Russian mercenaries from the secretive Wagner group. While Vladimir Putin’s government admitted Russians had died, it insisted they were private citizens, despite mounting evidence that the Wagner group has served as the defence ministry’s de facto shock troops in Syria.
According to local activist Vyacheslav Bashkov, Mr Borodin had called on April 11 and asked to help find a lawyer, saying masked, armed men on his balcony and in the stairwell were preparing to raid his flat.
He called several lawyers and journalists, but Mr Borodin later phoned back and said he had been mistaken, and it had probably been a security exercise.
More Information on Secret Russian Army Provoking U.S. Army
Russian mercenaries were told to advance on a U.S. held position in Syria to provoke a war. The Pentagon has described the attack as “unprovoked” and started by forces loyal to the Syrian government that crossed over the Euphrates River, which functions as a border between U.S.-backed troops and Russian-backed ones.
The Russians were humiliated with a crushing defeat. Leaked audio of Russian mercenaries talking about the event can be listened to here.
Russia denied that its citizens took part in the clash. Later, a representative said five may have died. Last week, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the fight left “several dozen wounded” and that some had died.
The audio recordings, in which voices can be heard saying 200 people died “right away,” appear to back up reports from Reuters, Bloomberg, and the Pentagon that roughly 100 — if not more — Russians died in the fight. Reuters has cited sources as saying the advance’s purpose was to test the United States’ response.