SECOND POST – JULY 22, 2013 – THE AMERICAN LOVE FOR DILEMMA; THE SYRIAN EXPERIENCE

It was a sure-fire combination: the massive power of the U.S., the history and capabilities of allies, France, the U.K., the EU and the financial backing of Qatar and Saudi Arabia with Egypt and other “Arab-Spring” nations drafting behind the juggernaut that could not be stopped.  How could the U.S. lose?  And how could Assad win?  If you were an odds maker in Vegas, what would you give Assad?  How long?  One month? Two? Three?  The media picked up on this Delphic perseveration.  The CIA and MI6 psyops-psycho-babble-linguists flooded the media world with phrases that became almost perfunctory for every article:  “Oh, he has a little time left”, or “Oh, his days are numbered”.  And the list has already been documented on our blog, sometimes with serious intent and sometimes just to mock the entire constellation of crow-eating dipsomaniacal doofuses who swallowed the entire narrative – anchor, chain and superstructure.

So what went went wrong?  Robert Ford, arguably one of history’s most accursed failures, the former U.S. ambassador to Damascus and Omar Khayyam’s Moving Finger, (or so he thought), had convinced himself that he had every reason to believe his plot to overthrow the Assad government would succeed.  Not only was Assad “isolated” diplomatically, his country was writhing with sectarian spasm occasioned by the convulsions in the Arab World and by decades of one-family rule.  His confidence in the scheme to oust Dr. Assad became down right vulgar as he, during 2011 and until his disgraceful exit from the ambassadorship, openly contacted and connived with anti-government activists to overthrow the government of a sitting member of the United Nations.  At no time in the history of diplomacy has any ambassador ever injected himself into the political life of a foreign country in a manner so unctuous, blatant and sleazy.  But why not?  Or so he thought.  He was backed by the Big Fat Alliance mentioned in the first sentence of this article.

Money. Media. Arms. Support. Clout. Determination. It was all there.  How could the U.S. lose?

That’s right, folks.  Miscalculation Number One: Russia and Putin.  When Ford appeared in Michigan, specifically in Berkley, an enclave hardly worth describing,  to address anti-Assad Sunni perverts and felons, he made his fantasies very clear:  Russia does not help anybody who can’t pay for it.  He said it, en clair, before an audience and recording devices.  The Russians don’t do that anymore.  They have to be paid for any service or merchandise.  The old days of Andropov, Brezhnev and Khruschev were over.  No more free lunches.  No more free rides.  Assad is finished!!  Right?………  Nyet!

Not only has Russia been noticeably conscientious in honoring contracts for weapons systems, they have been actually quite generous in upgrading existing systems; printing Syrian money; contributing to finances; trouncing every effort at the U.N. to persecute the people and government of Syria.

Ford could not understand that the Russians had more at stake here than some port facility in a Biblical town called Tartous.  There was the issue of projected power and Russia’s own reputation as a reliable ally.  There was also the ghost of Libya hovering over all considerations, what with the West’s disingenuous sneak around the Russo-Sino backside on grounds of concocted humanitarian concerns that resulted in the overthrow of a leader of a sitting member government of the U.N – and one that had solid economic ties to Moscow!        

Miscalculation Number Two:  The Iranians would be pleased to dump Assad, keep a rump state alive on life support, but close to Hizbullah, and enjoy improved relations with the West as a result.  Right?  Naakher!  ناخر  The Iranians were completely misread by an incompetent West.  It seems almost impossible – but now inevitable – that American analytical assets, be they in Langley or London, represent a true low point in the history of Yankee brainpower.  The CIA and State all wanted to give the Iranian mindset a certain Metternichian twist; even Machiavellian: All’s fair in love and war.  And, heck, they could have their nuclear program as long as they gave up on Assad.

The Americans were wrong because they had gotten drunk on “megapower” status since the fall of the Soviet Union.  They were the only game in town and it was their way or the highway.  Not to forget that other nations also have memories of American political and military disasters from Korea, Vietnam, Nicaragua, Iraq and Afghanistan, to name a few,  the U.S. didn’t just walk among nations, it strutted and swaggered like a besotted wrestler whacking spectators with a bronze champion’s belt, ignoring the sense of outrage they would feel after he sobered up.  Forgetting, also, that American wrestling is a fraud.

Iran actually functions like a real state.  Leaving aside the theocratic system of government, which this author prefers to leave rather than take,  and the Platonic/Farabian character of the political authority, Iran has a plan.  The plan is to usher in a new and modern Islamist state built on Shi’i principals but with the participation of newly enlightened Sunni majority.  Iran would build up its credentials by being more nationalist than Al-Husri; more anti-Zionist than George Habash; more anti-Western than Sayyed Qutb.  Iran would build up her capabilities internally without Western indulgence.  A warning to the Arabians:  we can do it as Shi’i Muslims.  What can you do without your white people or dark-skinned Indians and Filipinos? What can you do by yourselves, oh Keepers of the Holy Shrines of Islam?

Iran’s plan to extend a natural gas pipeline across Iraq and into Syria terrifies the West.  What with Russia’s Gazprom monopolizing this source of energy, the last thing Europe would need is another Eastern beast to further tear up the prissy-viscous flesh of an oh-so-civilized European continent, its perfumed cheeks ruddy from fat rendered in a French saute pan, its satin underwear made by brown children in a country vilified for its zeal to please European sartorial appetites, it’s pompous popinjay political personae primping properly before adoring cameras with that ubermenschlich look.  Rubbish.

But there was another more serious problem that made Ford’s plan unworkable – a certain failure.  It was Syrian Perspective.  Don’t laugh.  Not yet, anyway.  It’s not SyrPer, per se.  No.  It was the obstinate, yea, obdurate love for Syria and its people that would not abide the country’s fall into the maws of rapacious, ravenous wolves.  It is what SyrPer stands for that was emblematic of the unbreakable Syrian soul.  Sure, you could find ignorant Sunni yokels programmed to despise anything but what their miserable imbecile ancestors taught them; and you could martial their hatreds in order to destroy a country.  You could make up any slack with even more ignorant foreign Jihadists. But the one thing you could not do is decapitate the spirit of the nation which is the “beating heart of Arab nationalism”.  That title is not earned easily.  It was earned with blood and pride.  We earned it over the carcasses of French and British oppressors.  We earned it by never surrendering Palestine. Never!

Ford thought, like many, that the Syrian army would splinter into pieces.  Most Alawis would wend their way back to the coast to make new alliances in order to stay alive in a roiling Sunni world of revanchisme. The other “Batini” sects would make their peace with the triumphant, pro-Western, Sunni leadership basking in the approbation of slack-jawed Saudi and Qatari apes.  The Christians would accept dhimmi status with protection from their Russian or French Maman.  But, it didn’t happen like that because Ford, like all WASPs, has to see the world in an ordered way according to, well,  Ford.  It is a Protestant fetish!

The Ba’ath Party, for all its faults, did one thing for which every Syrian must be thankful.  The Ba’ath never conceded defeat to any enemy.  With each generation, Syrians were suckled on the milk of secularism and devotion to the cause of Arabism.  You can go to Arabia and find any squalid bedouin tribe willing to shine your white Caucasian haunches; but not in Syria!  The persona of the loyal Syrian citizen, nurtured on modern thought and service to the dream of Pan-Arabism,  broke the spine of Ford’s Mephistophelian plan.  This is why he no longer exists.  This is why Dr. Assad is the president of the Syrian Arab Republic.  And this is why an Arabian ape will always be just an ape. Ziad Amin Abu Fadel.

     

     

     

   

       

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A very rousing speech!

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Thanks, Ziad

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I wrote other day that Croatia never produced 23mm and used 20mm ( ex YU copy of Swiss Oerlikon 20 mm). I did not mean to offend you when I wrote “nonsense.” Sorry, my English is not good so I probably did not express correctly. Sorry and good luck in future work and the fight against terrorism.

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Yeah you ought to be sorry. Ziad is a nice guy and accommodates all views for or against his. I have never read any of his reply that denigrates or dismisses any opposing view. This is the hallmark of a true gentleman, and is the reason why his blog grows exponentially in viewership.

I crave for the day when this blog stops talking about SAA successes against rats but talks about its successes in rebuilding the towns & cities.

SG Fella

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You write English perfectly and it’s all very comprehensible. The word “nonsense” was probably not the best word to choose. Just think how bad American English is these days. Ziad

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Well said.

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Thanks, Ziad

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Marvellous, … Very well said indeed, … you made us proud to face this disgusting worldwide mafia… Bravo Ziad !

Ziad Fadel
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Many thanks to you, Ziad

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brilliant

Mumamummmar Gaddagaddafi
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Don’t speak on my behalf, you fake, you phony. If I was not dead, I’d come to your tent and drive a fucking wooden stake through your useless head…

Muammar Gaddafi
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you dead? i pity you

Ziad Fadel
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Thanks. Please people, let’s dispense with the vulgarities and communicate in a civilized fashion. Ziad

Muammar Gaddafi
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i was very serious, despite my admittedly extravagant userpic. don’t know where this stalker came from, regards

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Hello Ziad I’m impressed with your history and national character knowledge : ) HG Wells wrote several books which are near guideline for this crazed Globalism. In his book –The Shape of things to comeHe goes on at length how the Global engineers will First*…turn the worlds opinion against the Jew and Judaism,and then….they will turn [force]…..Christian against Muslimuntil all 3**…are utterly broken and spent,before the full Global governance can reign. I’m not stumping for Jews/Israel here……they simply are first*..and they were,if you follow WW-1 forward and WW-2.HG Wells was plugged into the Fabians….who were seat to the English intelligencehouses….which… Read more »
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True. I’m impressed by the conflation of Wells and Dylan Thomas. Keep up the good work. And the Arab League? We’ll leave that one for Thomas Pynchon. Ziad

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As an American, I never thought I’d live to see the day when a Russian president said: “It is not necessary for you to support those who eat human organs.” Back in the day, when something like cannibalism or displayed human heads on a barbecue grill ever got out, it was time to call it quits. Granted, back in the day, we didn’t have camera phones and social media to record the atrocities funded by the US, but the fact that the mercenaries in Syria would actually record all this and put it on the ‘net says volumes about not… Read more »
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American. maybe its time for “regime change” a bit closer to home?

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Easier said than done. As long as they have their bread and circuses the people will not rise up. And they can’t find Syria on a map.

But it creeps me out that they expect everyone to just pretend those pictures don’t exist. Even when Putin says it out loud. Creepy, creepy, creepy.

Ziad Fadel
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I think the photos of Abu Sakkar went viral and people know now more than ever that the rats are savages. Ziad

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Well done, Ziad. Blistering commentary.

What is astounding to me is how the Jihadi mercenaries video taped their carnage and destruction in Syria and then advertised that to the world through YouTube and LiveLeaks? Pathetic incompetent morons.

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It is a reflection of how they view the concept of “heroism”. It’s pathetic. But, in a way, it’s good to know your enemy is a moron. Ziad

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Freaking spambot..

Ziad Fadel
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Whaaaa? Ziad

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Hi Ziad,I read your blog every morning for real updates and i support the Syrian people for their fight against wanton terrorism. This article was going fine until it got into skin complexion, you know white and dark skinned. I know that Syria is the only secular country in the middle east and secularists is supposed to be above skin color right? You have screwed up at certain places in the article. You have personally let me down. I never expected this from you. Btw please note the Iranians are now heavily dependent on the Indians for oil and barter… Read more »
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I believe the comments related to the “dark skined Indians and Philipinos” are more of an acknowledgement of their contribution to the economic rise and wealth of certain Arab states in the persian gulf. Without their contribution and the contribution of many others from other Arab countries including Syria, these Arab Gulf states would not be where they are today economically or culturally.

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i dont see anything wrong with “dark skinned Indians”.. it is the truth that south indians are the ones working very hard to help the gulf countries as labour supply. When he said ‘without your white people..’ it also is a frank statement of reality on the relationship between the gulf monarchies and their ‘sponsors’.

What, do you expect Ziad to be 100% politically perfect everytime? give’em a break.

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You hqve been given a break.

No one can be 100% correct. Agreed. But civilized people and academics generally avoid racially sensitive overtones. I dont think this understanding requires the knowledge of cryogenic mechanics. Duh!

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It’s actually the way the Saudis view the world. Not to take any offense. We have plenty of dark-skinned Syrians. Dark skin, by the was the preference of the Romans. They thought of Germania’s barbarians as “downright ugly” because of their pale complexions. Lighten up. Don’t be judgmental. Ziad

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Who are responsible for that than

https://www.google.com.tr/#sclient=psy-ab&q=hama%20massacre&oq=&gs_l=&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_cp.r_qf.&bvm=bv.49478099,d.Yms&fp=6b2475df28160515&biw=1286&bih=683&pf=p&pdl=300

There were no EL KAIDA STUFF İN 1982 (AND THANKS TO COLD WAR PLAN there were no country no internet stuff NO ONE TO STOP DICTATOR HAFIZ EL ESAD Arent I right Ziad)

Ziad Fadel
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I was in Hama in 1982 and wanted to see every rat exterminated for the destruction the MB brought on the city. Ziad

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@turgay bey

Was about to write something, but then Ziad answered very directly…

Checkmate… Give up or put some more effort into your agitation you are getting stale.

-Igor

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Dear Ziad

We the people of the World from all nations Muslim/Christian/ jewish/Hindu and those of no religion pain and bleed in our hearts for Syria.

Dr Bashar Al Assad and the Syrian Nation have made us proud in many ways. You have given us all hope that not all is lost to ZUSA plan.

You have shown us how to resist this imposed slavery yours and our Time will come and together we will Triumph.

Long live Syria we are all Syrians.

Love & Peace
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Ziad Fadel
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Thank you, Ziad

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Ziad I often come to read your blog. I must say, I find the anti-sunni rhetoric, but more so the dehumanization of rebels into rodents and the like makes me uncomfortable. That’s all though, only a little uncomfortable. I am sure it does you too, but that is a long conversation. I am from Afghanistan, a nation which did not triumph through this same struggle that Syria now faces. I applaud Syria for her triumph, in it I find a ghost of a triumph for Afghanistan too. (Have you noticed how Karzai, despite being a puppet, has not taken the… Read more »
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I am a Sunni, I dont find this blog anti-Sunni. It is quite clear that it is anti-rodents. But how else to describe these murderers who live in tunnels & wreaked havoc destroying many lives and property? Anyway, rodents is too complimentary. I would go for nematodes.

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There is nothing that is anti-Sunni in my blog. To the contrary, I am only against rats as our Anonymous friend just wrote in reply to your comment. Sunnis are absolutely necessary to define what the Middle East is and you can’t be anti-Sunni. You can only hope that the majority will continue to eschew radical moronism and strive for progress. Your friend, Baraadar Ziad.

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I don’t think you are anti-sunni, I think you are pro-Syria, pro-peace and pro-secularism which I am as well. Perhaps I chose the wrong word friend.

I am very concerned with racism as it has become normative in the west again over the last 10 years. This sometimes forces me to speak in anti-white rhetoric, though I view myself nothing less than the very best of egalitarians. The same is I think true of you.

I would love to share those articles with you if you give me a route of contact.

🙂

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Still the poster from Afghanistan, I forgot to mention what prompted me to respond to this post of yours after having visited many times before: I think this post of yours is fantastic! It is good reference article for this turning point.

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Thanks, Ziad

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Long live Syria we are all Syrians You forgat long live Dictator Esad.

You all think there is Democracy in Syria right now

http://www.alarabiya.net/articles/2013/03/04/269599.html

What makes the difference esad stuffs and saddam hussein İ think you shuold also explain that and also the masscres from the day they were in power

https://sirhcittih.jux.com/739344

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2348032/Syrian-dictators-brutal-uncle-The-Butcher-Hama-accused-massacring-25-000-people-sells-Paris-mansion-60million-Russian-tycoon.html

http://lgic.org/lebanon/ee/terrorsy.htm

Heey people the rats you say WANT TO OVERTHROW THE DICTATOR A CRUEL DICTATOR LIKE HIS FATHER whoever they are

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If Al-Assad is ‘dictator’, what do you call Al-Thani, Al-Saud, Al-Khalifa, Al-Sabah? Are they elected by their people? Get real!

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turgay,
i stopped reading when you link al arabiyya.

Wake up and understand that its bashar or nothing. If the rats win, Syria will be an other Iraq and worse.

Its bashar = stability in syria
or
salafism = terror and ethnic cleansing for a single sect to survive.

And right away with your lame propaganda links, you are a sunni muslim who wants a sunni state. So i tell you DREAM!

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so you approve all killings besar did and doing how nice

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turgay, i have no doubt that you are still unable to grasp what i said.

If bashar goes, it’s IRAQ again, Everyday, you will have a car bomb going off.
Everyday, you will have religious sect cleansing.

You probably do not give a rats ass if religious cleansing happens because you are sunni and support the rats.

So to piss you off, i support al asad.

good day

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IF i had to chose between “dictator” Assad and “democracy kissers of the west”, I would be more then glad to give support for the “dictator!” and be “his stooge”. (This is beyond petty “one of the two lesser evil”, but its serious as morality of humanity, progressive people against the scum of the Earth)

Just as I told my friend few days ago, If Nasrallah would nominate himself president in my country, I would 100% support him. (I’m an atheist and a communist, to show you the superficial difference)

-Igor

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I see so many Russian here to support a bloody Dictator and his puppets …….

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What does a turk have to do with Syria?

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FACTS ARE THE ENEMIES OF THE TRUTH ZIAD

A WAR BETWEEN SIA AND SUNNI GRUOPS OR COUNTRİES WEAK OR MORE SMALL COUNTRIES IN MIDDLE EAST THAT IS BEING PLANNED FOR YEARS BY USA AND NATO SECRET SERVICES….

But thanks to brotherhood among muslim they will not achieve that (except the el kaida stuff made by usa)

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We disagree. Erdoghan is the dictator. We love our president and his father, no matter their faults. Ziad

turgay bey
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BE careful who you sympthize brothers

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Thanks Ziad, nice pictures!Well, astonished we notice that old fashioned nationalism shows to be ethically better than all these globalistic geopolitics and globalized jihad. But Syria shall not fall too deep into the next trap, pan-arabic nationalism. Fertile Syria has another culture than bedouins from deserts, Banu-xy’s, grown important because recently oil was discovered below the toes of their camels. As Egypt is still more than just a Misr. Or as Sudan is not only the mashriq of the Bilad as-Sudan. Syria is also Kurds, Circassians, Armenians, Assyrians, Turkmens, Turks, why not Palestinians, hopefully still Jews and all the not… Read more »
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I agree. Thanks, Ziad

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SAA: Heads up. Jail brake in Iraq at the Taji and Abu Ghraib prisons in which an estimated 500 prisoners have escaped. The buses were probably waiting on the other side of the hill waiting to transport them to Syria. Get search and destroy teams to the border ASAP and annihilate them.

Iraq jailbreaks: Hundreds escape in Taji and Abu Ghraib:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23403564

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The Iraqis claim to have killed or captured most of them. Only in Iraq. Hell, in Aleppo, they’ve been beating their heads on the prison walls for months. Ziad

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If Assad is a cruel dictator you schmuck what are you fathers Bush/Clinton/Obama & your mothers pimps Blair/Brown/cameron/Sarkozy and the state of Abomination. Go and do the Maths how through calculated means using WTO/UN/IMF/NATO/WORLDBANK And many which i cant be bothered to name orgs. These DICKTATORS have starved and murdered MILLIONS Globally.

Once you done the Maths and stopped pissing your pants. Then tell us about Assads cruelty! He will look like a pre kinder garden child.

Ignorance is still bliss in this age information astonishing.

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Anonymous July 22, 2013 at 8:26 PM, my friend it’s the mass media effect.Even if they do the maths and look things up(yeah right..). Those people are shaped to think like the media wants them to think. I’ve spent numerous hours with my western friends trying to explain what is going on. They simply do not get it. They look shocked with what i am saying and go with “Really? i did not know”. 2 minutes later, they have already forgotten what i have told them and tried to explain to them. My best example: ” Oh you are from… Read more »
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Esad is not equal saddam but worse ……3 years 100 000 death no democracy

Whhy esad did not choose the way Tunus dictator preferred because he preferred to be a cruel dictator and wanted a bloody dictatorsip with his friends SUNNI AND ALEWI……….

KEEP SUPPORTING THE BLOODİEST DICTATOR AND HIS SUNNI AND ALEWI PARTNERS

EXPLAIN THAT

I RESPECT ZAIDS PATRIOTIC TALKS BUT THATI S THE TRUTH ZAID

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if that is true, then that is up to the syrian people to determine isn’t it? that is their business. not the business of outside interests.

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Yea syrian people to determine………… while Esad had the full control of the country !!!!!!

You are really funny

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I is thinking this one, this turgay bey is false troll and come to here cause problem for Ziad. Go to hell

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Its amazing how they can only enlist illiterate Turks to support FSA and scum… @turgay beyDon’t talk in the name of Syrian people, you are not even Syrian… Additionally, we see how when under terrorist control how they give people “democratic” ways to determine their way as in: “If you are not with us all the way, and don’t accept our terrorism aimed at the rest, we are going to cut your throat, make your female siblings our whores, and steal everything you have” I hope you are well protected, because once we deal with scums on ground, we’ll come… Read more »
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Because you just watch the puppets and the show like kids you do not see the organisers sorry for the language after 100000 death

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Don’t get too het up over this. The Assads can’t even come close to the Bush dynasty when it comes to murder and mayhem. Ziad

Maria
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Well… That was awesome! 🙂 Thanks!

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My pleasure, Maria. Ziad

turgay bey
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Probably my comment will be removed byee

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It should have been removed from the beginning, as you are an idiot!

Bye!

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We don’t censor. Erdoghan does that. We just ignore. Ziad

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dear Ziad,

pls pls pls block the foul-mouthed trolls and do-no-goods.
it would restore some order into the sphere of your blog.

regards, bogdan

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Facts are enemies of the truth

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As Turgay says somewhat cryptically, “facts are enemies of the truth.” Go figure, Sown. Ziad

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Paratrooper Brigadier Muhammad Mahmoud Ali Aba Suleiman from the Republican Guards forces martyred during duty cleaning the country from the world’s filthiest filth dumped by NATO and stooges to kill its people and destroy its heritage…… i just read this on syrianews.cc is this correct? sorry to hear it. on another note. this war has gone on now for over two years. it is obvious syria can definitely fight, but can syria fight indefinitely? the syrian war is like a black hole where men go in and they don’t come out. if this war continues on for another two years,… Read more »
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Was not THAT ALREADY A PLAN OF NATO AND USA Secret services to use el kaide stuf and exstremist to turn Syria in to a bloody war like the one like Afghanistan

Was not ALREADY A PLAN OF NATO AND USA Secret services to weaken sunni blocks in middle east and even to create a war between sunni and shia countries or folks

You are making me laugh brothers

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I posted it today. It was sad. He will be replaced. RIP Ziad

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I do not trust too much wikipedia for their so-called “objectivity” regarding the syrian confict, nor te map that they published:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Battle_of_Aleppo_map.svg
However it seems that students of the Aleppo University published their own map:
http://anna-news.info/sites/default/files/2011/u511/Aleppo_0.jpg
Explanation from anna news:
“areas occupied by militants, yellow – controlled by the Syrian army green – the ones where there are clashes and raspberry – neighborhoods that militants regularly shelled with mortars.”
I’m a bit daltonien but I suspect that the google translator is wrong,it would be red for the sub-human wreckages, pale green for the SAA

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Wikipedia and objectivity, I even edited various parts of it, for fun, and they still exist there… Just because they fit the certain mindframe.

Not to talk about “moderators” who patrol to erradicate “non-objective” facts that they don’t support the mainstream, but still leave countless of statements without any proof of their validity…etc

-Igor

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@jbf
Yea, it’s like this:

Yellow: SAA
Red: Terrorists..
Green: Clashes
Pink: Areas the terrorists regularly shelled wit mortars

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Have to agree. These maps are unreliable. Facts are fluid. Just wait one month. Ziad

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Great article!

Great work Ziad!

-Igor

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P.S.

Enjoy this Ziad, its anna-news compilation of the several of their videos about noble SAA!

http://anna-news.info/node/12076

I have no words, only tear in my eyes and steadfast fist!

-Igor

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Spaseba,Ziad

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Nice collage on a number of recent videos on SAA victories from ANNA:

Mikhas.

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Haha, we posted the same thing, at the same time, without any coordination!

Now he must put that video in the featured section in the next report!

-Igor

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I encourage everyone to see them. Thank you, my friend, Ziad

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Esad is not equal saddam but worse ……3 years 100 000 death no democracy

Whhy esad did not choose the way Tunus dictator preferred because he preferred to be a cruel dictator and wanted a bloody dictatorsip with his friends SUNNI AND ALEWI……….

KEEP SUPPORTING THE BLOODİEST DICTATOR AND HIS SUNNI AND ALEWI PARTNERS

EXPLAIN THAT

I RESPECT ZAIDS PATRIOTIC TALKS BUT THATI S THE TRUTH ZAID

THE AIM İS TO INCREASE ENMITY HATREDNESS BETWEEN SUNNI AMD SHIA MUSLIM FOLKS EVEN CREATE A WAR BETWEEN THEM ZIAD

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Admin, remove this illiterate turd from this page, remove every instance of his turd residues. (but leave some just as a showcase for the others to see cheapest FSA supporters)

-Igor

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Are you are Turkish jew?

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Relax people. He’s just practicing his English. Ziad

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Assad is Allah and there is no other Allah but Assad. We show you this time and time again in every battle.

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Young Catholic Syrian, Sammy Yatim, 110 pounds and 18 years old shot 9 times by Toronto 14 division police, sent by family to T.O to be safe away from the conflict.

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18 year old , 110 pound, Syrian Catholic Sammy Yatim shot to death by infamous Toronto Police 14 Division. Sent by family to T.O to be safe away from the conflict. I insist Zaid that you have a look at the consequences and the connections. This needs to go international!!!!!!!!