They can’t pacify a region that doesn't want to be because they are dealing with a fallacy, they have allowed the CIA to tell them that this is just foreign agents, this is all Russian agents. And you can see it on YouTube, you can see it everywhere with people facing off against troops, saying "We are terrorists." “Are we terrorists? Are we foreign agents?” They can’t kill everyone, and this all is only going to get worse as far as they push.
At the airfield in Kramatorsk, tense negotiations were going on with a crowd who stood their ground despite an appeal by the local mayor, Gennady Kostykov, for them to return to their homes.
They will look just like the past failures
If you really "Watch" this video it will reflect what a complete failure that was the Bush Administration, just as the May 15th Prophecy told you with 100% accuracy!
The Saudi prince who was known for his close and personal ties with former US President George Bush, who was an advocate of the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, Bandar bin Sultan has been removed from his post as kingdom’s spy chief.
Bandar was absent from major political decisions on more than four occasions since being appointed as general secretary of the National Security Council in 2006, his return in July 2012, alongside former CIA Director David Petraeus, was his final bet on the success of his political future.
His absence each time was due to a conflict within the royal family or the failure of a mission warranting the suspension of his political activity.
Bandar had been bold enough to invest all his cards, including al-Qaeda, to win the deal of his life by overthrowing the Syrian regime. However, a royal order issued on February 3 criminalizing all Saudi fighters, civilians and military, was an indirect announcement of the failure of Bandar's mission and the need to get him entirely out of the picture.
The period following the royal decree concerning the fighters was merely in preparation for the royal decree ending his political career.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Guantanamo, and drone strikes inside other countries have made it harder for foreign leaders to persuade voters they should still support US policy. The US National Security Agency has made matters worse. It’s bad enough that NSA espionage undermines Obama’s ability to criticize autocrats for spying on their citizens. It’s much worse when the US president must explain to the presidents of Germany and Brazil why Americans are reading their email or listening to their phone calls.