On The New Nationalist’s (TNN) About page, we state that part of our mission is to call out bad elements. There’s also a sentence about praising righteous behavior. “Righteous” is defined as “morally right or justifiable.” Synonyms: virtuous, upright, decent and worthy. TNN isn’t afforded many opportunities to heap praise. Frankly, we feel starved for positive news.
Regular readers know that TNN doesn’t often weigh in on Russia — except to feel sorry for them in terms of facing Western neocon Luciferians and dealing with Lugenpresse fabrications and lies, such as the Magnitsky/Browder Affair and the arrest of Maria Butina. We admit the last two mentioned have red-pilled us about the scams being perpetrated against Russia.
In the recent past, we’ve noticed some righteous acts coming from Russia. These are rubber-meets-the-road in nature, not cheap propaganda. One was to grant refugee status for 15,000 South African Boers. This has gone largely unreported in the West.
With Syria now more secured and stabilized comes word that units of the International Mine Action Centre of the Russian Armed Forces have mine swept more than 6,500 hectares in Syria, including 17,000 buildings, and neutralized 105,000 explosive devices. Russian experts have trained 1,245 Syrian sappers that have cleared 2,000 hectares and neutralized 3,850 explosive devices. Before neighborhoods can be made safe, unexploded shells and loose ordinace must be disposed of. The clip below shows Russian sappers preforming this task. This is hard, unsung, dangerous work with tremendous potential to restore Syria to peaceful, prosperous status. This story too is ignored in the West.
To secure these gains, Assad is in negotiation with Putin for an S-400 air defense system to counter U.S., NATO and Israeli war planes over Syrian sovereign air space. Assad is also negotiating on Iskandar missiles with Putin to increase the deterrence and defense power of the Syrian nation.
Syrians are returning home. Last week, hundreds of Syrian refugees left northeast Lebanon in pick-up trucks jam-packed with their belongings: mattresses, gas stoves, crockery, children’s toys, as well as the occasional bird cage. They were headed for the Qalamoun region of Syria, just a few hours drive from the camps they had lived in for the past few years in Arsal, a Lebanese border town, having fled the intense fighting back in 2013.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, 101,976 refugees returned to Syria since January, many from Europe. “It is estimated that more than 1.7 million Syrians have expressed a desire to return home from eight countries,” the ministry stated.
Ongoing infrastructure repairs, as well as medical assistance and food supplies, are provided with the aid of Turkey, Iran and the Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides.
Last week, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the establishment of the Centre for Refugee Reception, Distribution and Settlement through collaborative efforts between Russia and Syria. Its tasks include monitoring the return of refugees and temporarily displaced persons back to their places of permanent residence, organizing and transporting humanitarian assistance to Syria, such as building materials and food, and assisting Syrian authorities with the reconstruction of the healthcare system.
Our open search of this issue shows no coverage in the shameful western Lugenpresse. Ironically, in the end, Russia will mitigate the Syrian migration pressure on Europe. Barring intervention from the twisted usual suspects and criminal regimes, the future for the hard-pressed Syrians is looking more promising, thanks to the virtuous efforts of Russia.