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ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for March 19, 2016

Any possibility for a comment on the newly announced military reduction by Putin? Hopefully some relation to the Announcement? [and from another] Putin orders start of Russian military withdrawal from Syria, says ‘objectives achieved'. Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu to start the withdrawal of forces from Syria. “I consider the objectives that have been set for the Defense Ministry to be generally accomplished. That is why I order to start withdrawal of the main part of our military group from the territory of the Syrian Arab Republic starting from tomorrow,” Putin said during a meeting with Shoigu and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Moscow launched its anti-terror campaign in Syria on September 30 last year. Russia’s participation in the operation, according to a previous statement by Putin, has its basis in international law and has been conducted “in accordance with an official request from the president of the Syrian Arab Republic.” [and from another] The Russians are mainly doing this to force Assad to make concessions in negotiations. Putin apparently decided not to keep his military in place to deal a final blow to Assad's opposition, which could take time and would be very costly at a time when the Russian economy is in recession because of falling prices for its huge oil exports. Rather, his goal is to preserve the security elements of Assad’s regime, but not Assad himself. [and from another] The announced partial withdrawal from Syria does not mean Russia is backing away from fighting Islamic State, but rather marks a turning point in the process of stabilizing Syria. Russia’s participation in the Syrian conflict was never intended to be a permanent thing. It gives, however, a de-facto recognition of partition of Syria. It does secure the Western portion for Assad. Northern part goes for the Kurds. Withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria was a good tactical move in terms of trying to get the peace process underway. If…Turkey and Saudi Arabia are going to take advantage of that [withdrawal] or want oust Assad, then all bets are off.

Why is Putin suddenly pulling back some of his forces from Syria? It is, after all, the cease fire, with all parties on board re this though Turkey is breaking the rules and attacking the Kurds. There is no timeline announced by Putin, and thus it is a safe maneuver that accomplishes several things. It is a broad announcement that Russia has not invaded Syria, nor does Russia have plans to keep this region as a satellite of Russia. It forces several other parties, friend and foe alike, to settle their political differences without Russia as big daddy keeping order.

And by stepping back, or appearing to do so, both Turkey and the Saudi’s are encouraged to misbehave, thus providing Russia with an excuse when they sweep back in to return the region to its cease-fire baseline. Turkey will certainly attack the Kurds aggressively, and in doing so will provide the excuse to push Turkey back out of Kurdistan, thus providing the Kurds with their own homeland. Those who want Assad to step down, hold elections, will likewise have their opportunity, as will Assad who will not have Russia at his back. The fight against ISIS will not slack off, and the plan to return Syrian refugees will pick up steam.

In a self funded election campaign, Donald Trump is marching towards winning the Republican Primary and this has upset many establishments because he is uncontrollable and all the stuff that he has publicly spoken that no one has ever dared to say is definitely hurting Hilary and the rest of the republican candidates. Trump has received death threat from multiple sources and he has started wearing bullet proof vest when he goes out in public. On top of that, he is now being threatened by a fake Anonymous account that they have declared a total war on Trump. For Trump's safety, how bad will this get going forward from now until they could decide on the republican candidate?
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Dear Donald Trump, we have been watching you for a long time and what we see is deeply disturbing. You have shocked the entire planet with your appalling actions and ideals. This is a call to arms. We need you to shut down his websites, research and expose what he doesn’t want the public to know. We need you to dismantle his campaign and sabotage his brand. This is not a warning, this is a declaration of total war. Donald Trump – it is too late to expect us.

When we described Trump’s campaign last August we described Trump as a covert operative, not a serious candidate. His role, his job, was to prevent both the Bush and Clinton families from attaining the White House. He focused first on Jeb! and threatened to sue Cruz re his citizenship, and ridiculed the puppet Marco out of the race. Because the announcement admitting Nibiru is dragging on, it now appears that Trump may in fact be the GOP nominee, and as we predicted Trump would play that role too.

Now, for Hillary, who will indeed be indicted along with most of her staff and with the Clinton Foundation.  Long before this time Trump will be laying out Hillary’s past, lies, and crimes daily in the media.  When the indictment occurs, the Democrats will be casting about and will either go with Sanders or recruit Biden, even if Hillary has already been declared the nominee. Trump will allow himself to be beaten, as he never intended to be President, frankly preferring the developer role to endless negotiations that politics requires. Anonymous and Trump are working for the same team! The apparent battle just to provide more media fodder. 

We live in the city of Khabarovsk - is the Russian Far East. In your advice to resettle after the shift there is no information about the city of Khabarovsk. How do its inhabitants? Where to go? On the part of Japan, there is a mountain range from Vladivostok, but many nuclear power plants in Japan. I'm afraid that the area is infected. Amur River floodplain will be flooded, as I realized on the map drawn by you. If you go to the northwest, then whether there safely?

As we have repeatedly stated, Russia’s Far East is critically important for the Russian people. It is high land where most of Russia will be under water within two years after the Pole Shift. It will be close to the new Equator, which will run through the Bering Straits, so will be an excellent location for crops as well as ocean fishing. The Russians are already in the process of moving their population there, as well as state offices and industry. Russian refugees from eastern Ukraine were relocated there, given free land.  

Because the region has such a low population, very little has been said about the relative safety of Russia’s Far East other than to address ocean sloshing dangers for Vladivostok on the peninsula, the Amur River basin flooding from heaving land during plate subduction, and the advantages of the inland mountain ranges. Will there be nuclear pollution from Japan’s reactors wafting in the winds during the Aftertime? Japan’s reactors will be flooded, as was Fukushima, and the prevailing winds of the Aftertime will in any case carry nuclear pollution out into the Pacific, not inland.

The coastal areas of the Far East will of course experience 500-600 foot tides during the hour of the shift, and due to the aggressive shortening of the North Pacific these tides should be assumed to be even higher, potentially as high as 1,000 feet where tidal bore is even remotely possible. The Amur River will certainly have has a horrific backwash which will take some time to drain, and Khabarovsk residents should allow for water at this height too. Khabarovsk residents are fortunate to have high lands on all sides of their city. These highlands, as with the rest of the high lands in Russia’s Far East, will be ideal in the Aftertime.