“Do you realize what you have done?” — President Vladimir Putin




“Do you realize what you have done?”
— President Vladimir Putin

The Millennium Report

TMR Editor’s Note:

Do you realize what you have done?“[1]
— President Vladimir Putin

How powerful, and poignant, those few words are.

Never has a question, uttered by a world leader, been so morally piercing and deeply penetrating.

Prior to the Syrian War, which was quite deliberately instigated by the major Western powers of the Anglo-American Axis[2],  Syria was home to one of the largest Christian populations in the Middle East. In fact, Christian communities lived peacefully side-by-side over several decades of governments which were led by the Assad family.  Bashar al-Assad and his father, Hafez al-Assad, were of the Alawite faith tradition and trusted by every religious group.

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The following photo-documentary captures the masses of Syrian refugees, both Christian and Muslim, at different points of their difficult journeys.  The ongoing war continues to displace thousands of Syrians, both adherents to Islam and practitioners of Christianity. Hence, it should be clearly understood that the pain and suffering due to this engineered war have been profoundly experienced by all the people throughout Syria regardless of their religion.









 Syrian children march in the refugee camp in Jordan. The number of Children in this camp exceeds 60% of the total number of refugees hence the name "Children's camp". Some of them lost their relatives, but others lost their parents.


ROSZKE, HUNGARY- SEPTEMBER 9: Hungarian police officers stop a group of refugees near a makeshift camp for asylum seekers in Roszke, southern Hungary, Wednesday, September 9, 2015. (Photo by Thomas Campean /Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)





Syrian refugees from Tel Abyad (foreground) line up at the border crossing as the others wait behind the fences to cross into Turkey at the Akcakale border gate in Sanliurfa province, Turkey, June 14, 2015. Kurdish-led militia backed by U.S.-led air strikes fought Islamic State near a Syrian town at the Turkish border on Sunday, a monitoring group and a Kurdish official said, in an advance that has worried Turkey. Concerned about an expansion of Kurdish sway in Syria, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said Kurdish groups were taking over areas evacuated by Arabs and Turkmen, saying that might eventually threaten Turkey's borders. At least 13,000 people have fled into Turkey over the past week to escape the fighting near Tel Abyad. On Sunday, Turkish authorities reopened the border after a few days of closure, a security source said, adding that they expected as many as 10,000 people to come across. REUTERS/Kadir Celikcan TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY



Syrian and Afghan refugees fall into the sea after their dinghy deflated some 100m away before reaching the Greek island of Lesbos, September 13, 2015. Of the record total of 432,761 refugees and migrants making the perilous journey across the Mediterranean to Europe so far this year, an estimated 309,000 people had arrived by sea in Greece, the International Organization for Migration (IMO) said on Friday. About half of those crossing the Mediterranean are Syrians fleeing civil war, according to the United Nations refugee agency. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis


A migrant dives into the water from an overloaded wooden boat during a rescue operation 10.5 miles (16 km) off the coast of Libya, August 6, 2015. An estimated 600 migrants on the boat were rescued by the international non-governmental organisations Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF) and the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) without loss of life on Thursday afternoon, according to MSF and MOAS, a day after more than 200 migrants are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy after rescuers saved over 370 people from a capsized boat thought to be carrying 600. Picture taken August 6, 2015. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi MALTA OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN MALTA TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTX1NL6L

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[1] Do you realize what you have done? – Putin gives the war party a bootin’

[1] Anglo-American Axis:

The Anglo-American Axis is represented, first and foremost, by the major English-speaking countries of the world: USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Israel. The European member nations of NATO, such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are also closely aligned with the AAA as are all the Scandinavian countries. So are the Asian Pacific Rim nations of Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and the Philippines. Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt, Pakistan, Kuwait, Jordan, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, and Qatar also owe their allegiance to the AAA but some of these may be changing. The World Shadow Government is an ultra-secret, supranational organization which completely controls the Anglo-American Axis, as well as the European Union, NATO, among many other institutional entities which constitute the Global Control Matrix.
(Source: Vladimir Putin’s Russia: Perfect Foil To The Anglo-American Axis And Their New World ‘Order’)