Here’s some gut-ripping silliness from Al-Akhbar.  You can tell the article was written by some factotum over the holiday.  Manaf Tlas, as you all hopefully know, was not a member of the “inner circle” at the time he was allowed to leave Syria.  He was under house arrest for over 16 months.  So much for this.  But, don’t laugh too hard, there’s more coming:

Now read this same article from the Blaze and note that it originated with Al-Arabiyya, a Saudi-owned dreck factory.  It is certain that Saudi money was involved in getting this useless MP to defect to the simian terrorist army:   

Iran’s “Vilayetnaval exercises and Stuxnet worms are the subject of this interesting note from Infowars:  

Bad English and good reports fill this article.  I wish they would contact me for help in editing their texts. Read good article, though: 

Some interesting news from Russia. We’re always concerned about Gazprom.  It’s probably one of the major reasons for the fighting in Syria.


First of all, I hope our readers had a pleasant, happy Christmas in 2012.

Abdel-Aziz Jassem Al-Shallal, a former general in the Military Police Directorate, was reponsible for making sure Syrian soldiers did not get drunk at bars and create a ruckus.  This is what Military Police generally do: they are policemen for soldiers.  Yawn.  Al-Shallal had one month left to retire and did not have a penny in the bank because he was a notorious gambler.  His retirement fund would have provided him with only 16,000 Syrian pounds per month.  When Saber Abdel-Khaliq Issa began contacting him in early August in an effort to secure his defection, Al-Shallal refused in conversations recorded by Syrian Political Security.
A complete report was handed to PSD head, Gen. Rustum Ghazali, who had Al-Shallal placed on minimal security due to the fact that he was to retire soon and held a position easily replaced.  He did not want to squander assets.  This information given to our readers comes directly from Wael in Latakia who obtained his Intel from Syrian security sources.  Al-Shallal’s defection is of no consequence and he is a traitor to the Syrian people.  Needless to say, Western propaganda mills are making a mountain out of a molehill because it’s a slow news day.

Al-Shallal, seen here in his uniform one month before his retirement, makes statements against the same government he has served for most of his life.  He’s just a military policement.  

In Darayya, a suburb of Damascus, our army has killed Luayy Qassas, a notorious killer and wanted felon who joined the terrorist army hoping the warrants for his arrest would disappear.  Qassas was a known killer and drug addict.

Russia has sent two huge shipments of diesel fuel to Tartous.  The petrol has been unloaded successfully and is now fueling our armored units.

Terrorist rats and dung-beetles Rami Al-Kandro and Ziad Ahmad Al-Sayri are killed by our forces in Deir El-Zor Hanadi adds to this the death of seven Iraqi killers whose bodies were found at the city cemetery.  They are:  Khalid Sa’adi Nu’man,  Rabi’ Sanawbari, Radwan Killis, Muhammad Da’is (?) Al-Khawaja, Ahmad Mahmoud Haddad, Seifuddine Ali Mabrouk and Qusayy Muhammad Al-Jabbouri.  Good show, Syrian army. 

Deir El-Zor also saw the welcome deaths of 36 terrorists on the highway linking the city to Damascus.  This operation could not have taken place without the help of inhabitants of villages along the route, especially at Al-Busayra.  The names of the criminal rats will be provided by Monzer when he sees the list.  He says that most of the rodents were Iraqis and Afghans who infiltrated Syria from Turkey.         

And just when you thought Homs was completely rat-free, news of deadly clashes in Deir Ba’alba, an ancient village which was absorbed by Homs’ expansion, are reported.  The Syrian army has killed 54 terrorist rats while suffering 16 killed and 43 wounded.  Terrorists are now killing their own to keep them from falling into the hands of our security services for interrogation.  It’s a curious new development which demonstrates the desperation of the terrorist army.

Terrorist felons fired two RPG rockets at the largely Christian Al-Arman quarter of Homs and injured two people.   

Sixteen terrorist vermin were dispatched to the bowels of Hell in Raqqa yesterday while they were trying to destroy a water project southwest of the city.  Two of the murderers were known terrorism strategists from Iraq:  Muhammad Khorshid Awwam and Muhieddine Sirdar, (a/k/a Abu Al-Taj).  

10 Damascene civilians were injured when a howitzer shell landed on Rukneddine, a quarter of the capital city.

In Aleppo, our army continues to rout the enemy who seems to have a limitless supply of rats infiltrating from Turkey.  In Central Aleppo, 4 Syrians and 1 Libyan were killed near the Citadel compound.  They are:  Fahmi Ahmad Mansour, Jaber Abdel-Ghani Nahhas, Muhammad Dureid Muhammad Al-Dibs and  
Basil Mutawwa’.  The Libyan rat was Abdel-Rahman Ghalaq (?).

John Esquire sends us this from an article he liked:

With virtually every news source parroting western orchestrated propaganda about the imminent fall of the Syrian government, I found this report most refreshing:

“The picture of Syria most common believed abroad is of the rebels closing in on the capital as the Assad government faces defeat in weeks or, at most, a few months. The Secretary General of Nato, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, said last week that the regime is “approaching collapse”. The foreign media consensus is that the rebels are making sweeping gains on all fronts and the end may be nigh. But when one reaches Damascus, it is to discover that the best informed Syrians and foreign diplomats say, on the contrary, that the most recent rebel attacks in the capital had been thrown back by a government counteroffensive. They say that the rebel territorial advances, which fueled speculation abroad that the Syrian government might implode, are partly explained by a new Syrian army strategy to pull back from indefensible outposts and bases and concentrate troops in cities and towns.”

It is a portion of the Cockburn article I sent you yesterday. Anders Fogh Rasmussen. The key name is ‘Fogh’.

Dear John, did you notice who is SyrPer’s Liar of the Year for 2012?

Hans from Germany sends us this sincere note:

hans has left a new comment on your post “FIRST POST – DECEMBER 24, 2012 – PROPAGANDA DESIGN…“:

dearest Syrian people, my hearts bleeds for you in this joyous season. Now the winter solstice has passed and the Zionist and their rats have failed more peaceful days are ahead for you’ll. Once again my apologise for all the troubles you brave people have had to endure.

Thank you Hans.  All the best to the good people of Germany.  Merry Christmas. 



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I hope the Syrian government will not allow the family of the traitor Gen. Rustum Ghazali to profit from this treacherous deed. Maybe they should be put them all under house arrest and for every innocent person killed they should be beaten accordingly.

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