SECOND POST – SEPTEMBER 10, 2013 – LAVROV’S QUEEN "CHECK" TO KERRY’S KING; SYRIAN ARMY SHATTERS FSA HOPES IN DAMASCUS, LATAKIA, IDLIB AND HOMS; NEWS AND PROPAGANDA

 
Anybody who thought John Forbes Kerry, America’s Secretary of State, was anything but a failed actor and aging gigolo to homely dowagers, was in for a surprise when he opened his mouth in London and actually, but inadvertently, came up with something almost clever:  If the Syrian government put its vaunted stockpile of chemical weapons under U.N. supervision, it would avoid having to sink 5 American ships in the Mediterranean.
One can almost imagine Sergei Lavrov’s ears twitching with astonishment.  Yes, Kerry gave the Russians a great way out of also having to participate in another American catastrophe – this one created not by American politicians, but by the frustrated chimpanzees of Saudi Arabia, the leeches of the Zionist Khazar settler state and an Islamist Turkish nincompoop counting his last hours on a Syrian rosary.
Sure he’s smiling.  He was just told he won Wimbledon because his opponent pulled a hamstring.  Lavrov feigned indifference to Dr. Assad’s longevity in office, but, in truth, all Russian plans are pinioned on our favorite opthamologist’s survival.  

Even former general, professed traitor and despicable deserter, Adnan Sillu, once involved in Syria’s WMD program admitted last year that the Syrian program was meant to be a “deterrent” to the Zionist Abomination’s own not-so-secret nuclear arsenal.  Well, it requires no genius to figure out that the Russian Federation could give Syria solid assurances that in the event the Zionist junta unleashed a nuclear barrage on Damascus, Russia would reply with an existential bombardment that would turn Palestine into a plane of silica.  Not so abstruse.  Even Iran, which is now collaborating with Moscow diplomatically, has a mutual defense pact with Syria that would also involve the same fate for all those Polish settlers.

And so, now, with American senators defying the American people’s stated abhorrence of all new entanglements in the Islamic World, John Forbes Kerry, accidentally stumbles on a solution to satisfy everybody but his allies:  Prince Bandar Bin Sultan (reportedly furious), Benjamin Mileikowski (a/k/a Netanyahu, yawn), Ahmad Jarbaa, Syrian-Saudi catamite and pimp, and the Caliph of Cockadoodledoo, Recep Tayyip Erdoghan.

I just can’t tell you, though, how disappointed I am that we might not see those Yakhonts slamming into the hull of the U.S.S. Ramage.  That Obama could escape the judgment of destiny so cheaply is testament to his Affirmative Action life theme:  he’s been given a pass every time.  And so it is, today.  But the SAA is on DefCon-5 status.  I know that for a fact.  Missiles are at the ready and the warheads are bursting at the seams.  They want targets.

HOMS:

Ma’loolaa:  More stats coming in about the battle on Saturday with 159 carcasses counted: 

Salaam ‘Abdul-Kareem
Hassan Mutaawi’

Muhammad Habbooshi
Sameer Hassanayn
Riyaadh Makram
Qaassem Abu-Dilla
Na’eem Al-Kaylaani
Sa’ad Istwaani
Faysal Baayirli
Maaher Al-Jayroodi
Murtadhaa Faanoos
Talaal Subbayr
Khaleel Al-Hoot
Muhammad Dhiyaa’
Tal’aat Al-Zaayer
Muhammad Al-Ghilla
Raa’ed Al-Mahmoud
Faheem Makhzoom
‘Abdul-Sattaar Haddad
Jihaad Al-Rahma
Mustafaa Zayyaat
Nadeem Ahmad
Hilaal Abu-Furja

The rest appear to be foreigners, mostly Chechen and Iraqi.

Tal Kalakh – SAA foiled another miserably executed infiltration by lemmings from Haalaat and ‘Uyoon Al-Sha’ra in the Lebanon.  Big disaster with spotters counting 27 rat carcasses.  No names.

Hawsh Shamsi and Hawsh Ibaazha at Al-Sa’en:  9 cars with weapons sent by Saudi Arabia were attacked by militia and NDF.  No details available.

SAA ambush at Al-Ruhayba with rats trying to snake out of Al-Qutayfa met with disaster and a hail of bullets.  According to Monzer, SAA killed 14 rats with 5 wounded and warbling. No names, yet.

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NEWS AND NONSENSE:
If you ever need a good laugh or need to have your faith in mankind’s despicableness proven pat,  read Jennifer Rubin.  This virago with the brain of a narcotized slug rails against Obama in the WP:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2013/09/10/obamas-foreign-policy-hits-rock-bottom/

This is in German.  Tageschau.  The “opposition” insists on a military attack:

http://www.tagesschau.de/ausland/syrien-opposition112.html

Obama’s popularity is waning because he won’t listen to his own constituents.  He listens, instead, to Bandar Bin Sultan, simian pedophile and fellow issue of miscegenation:

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/321269-obamas-approval-rating-takes-a-dip

John Esq. sends this logical assessment of the mess created by Obama.  Even Mike Rogers is doubtful:

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2013/09/u-s-admits-no-imminent-threat-from-syria-no-clear-evidence-assad-ordered-chemical-weapons-attack.html 

More from John Esq. regarding Dr. Assad’s involvement in any chemical weapons:

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/sep/08/syria-chemical-weapons-not-assad-bild

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Zoran Ovuka
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Eh, only that a lapse doesn’t occur just like that. It was quite obvious from Kerry’s body language that he was acting and that this had been rehersed. Also, Debka, reported on these findings a week back. So everybody was in it and it proves that Obama is safely but slowly trying to manouver the US Gov out of harms way.

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If the footage of chemical use in Guta is real, this means that the victims were kidnapped and placed in a building where they were gassed, in the same way the Japanese AUM terrorists did in 1995 in the metro of Tokyo. Sister Agnes is right. But what we must know is that Saudi Arabia and Qatar could not give chemical weapons to Annousra terrorists without the authorization of Washington. I am Algerian and I am proud there are no Algerian terrorists in your lists: why? 1/ Because Algerian government never authorized Algerians to go to fight in Syria against… Read more »
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To “AnonymousSeptember 10, 2013 at 3:16 PM”

Amen – very wise words.

Thank you Algeria.

Ziad Fadel
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That’s fine as long as the SAA has free sway to delouse Syria. Ziad

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Can someone help me?

Where does this all lead to?

What is the precise wording on this “agreement”?

Syria will still possess Chemical Weapons – but under UN controll, that is, the Chemical Weapons are on Syrian soil?

Or

Syria has to abandon all Chemaical Weapons?

In my opinion, Syria should still possess Chemical Weapons as a deterrent against the Zionists.

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there is no agreement on anything yet, just posturing.

Ziad Fadel
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No agreement yet. But, Syria has declared its willingness to sign the Chemical Weapons Ban. We have more missiles today to take care of the enemy. See it from that point of view. Ziad

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Hey, Ziad, “the Zionist Khazar settlers” in Palestine are not from Poland only! 😉
PS. I answered Your comment concerning the lack of English subtitles!

Ziad Fadel
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Oh, thank you. I’ll check it. I just used Poland because it was shorter than Hungary. Ziad

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They lost moral ground, but, they will get over it somehow, if they don’t, their little “Arab Spring” will be officially over… Someone needs to feed fish of East Mediterranean with Yankee-doodle flesh anyway!

-Igor

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Well, Igor, you know how I feel about those Yakhonts. Dosvedanye, tovarish. Ziad

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Hi Ziad and friends, Dudley here from the tepid northern wilds of Alberta. That demonic crone Jennifer Rubin is certainly a servant of the dark lord if I’ve ever seen one. She is a Rabid neo con, racist, rabidly pro israeli apologist for things such as arab / palestinian genocide. I don’t like to be declasse or gauche, but if Mr. Whiplash saw fit to tie her to some train tracks, I’d ride right on by. From the high level, this political dalliance by the US administration to start world war 3 has degenerated to an abortive foreign policy pants… Read more »
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Yo Dudley … love your style of writing bro … big wide grin .”… abortive foreign policy pants crapping with all the grace of a grand mal seizure.” LOL!!!

Great post Dudley … just had to let you know. Amir

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Get rid of Harper for the sake of all Canadians. Suggest he buys a condo in Tel Aviv for good.

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Thanks Amir and bless you and yours. I have always thought laughter is good medicine, especially in times where despair and sorrow seem to hide everywhere. As for Harper, I cannot adequately convey the shame I have with what my government has become. The first time in my life to contact my MP was when Canada went in on the support of the Libyan destruction. I referred to Canada as the able hand maiden of Britain, the US and Israel and boy did that go over like a lead balloon LOL! I said before how I feb 2011 I detailed… Read more »
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Sweet Nell! The only difference is we don’t want you to save Rubin. Let her get run over by the train. Ziad

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Here’s a Wile E. Coyote moment you will especially like, Ziad: The Farouk Brigade hangs out at the pool of the Safir Hotel in Maaloula … boom!

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Dear Karnevalist, I hope little damage was done to the pool. The group killed belonged to the Al-Faarooq Brigade BaBa Amr. They were escapees from the SAA’s onslaught in Homs. Good riddance. Very enjoyable. It’ll be in my next blog. Thanks, Ziad

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Regarding the “Tagesschau” link. All but one commentary are anti-terrorist.
Ziad, the people of Germany are on Syrias side. I wouldn’t mind our (german) Spionageschiff being sunk…

-a german

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Es tut mir lied zu sagen dass ist meiner Meinung auch. Ziad

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Christian woman is tied to a pillar in Aleppo, Syria, by an al-Qaeda-linked gang and left with a note encouraging by-passers to spit on her.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=20c_1378836959

Next time McCain goes to cheer his Cia-kaida boys in Syria they should organize tour for him to make contribution for rebels cause by spiting on women tied on pillars.

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I did see this photo a year ago. Never the less, it is again shocking.

Ziad Fadel
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Shocking to say the least. May God damn McCain and Dr. O’Bagy to a Hell appropriate for senile people. The Devil in Miss Jones redux. Ziad

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Handing over the chemical weapons will be the biggest mistake Assad is going to make.Look at saddam’s and gaddafI’s fate.They handed over all weapons including chemical and nuclear to UN to prevent attack.After that the US along with NATO killed they as they had nothing to fear.Dont trust Russia either.They have Jews infiltrators around Putin.US and Russia playing Bad and good cop.Once chemical weapons are secured US will attack assad anyway.Russia wont do anything like in serbia or libya.Dont hand over chemical weapons to UN or aleast if handing over keep it in syrian soil.They are going to attaxk assad… Read more »
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stupid troll, ‘tricks’ are for kids

Ziad Fadel
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Qaddafi and Saddam, interestingly, had not allies. They also did not have Russian state-of-the-art weapons. I think we’ll be all right. Ziad

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I just can’t tell you, though, how disappointed I am that we might not see those Yakhonts slamming into the hull of the U.S.S. Ramage. Ziad, we dirt hippies thought we had change Amerika murdering govt. after Nam. The neo-conns went under ground and slowly took over every aspect media, govt. and corp. to what we have today that passes for so-called govt of the Free. They’ll be back with the same message only tone and wording will changes slightly so they can get the sheeple back into line. They never go away just give them a little time and… Read more »
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You are welcome, my friend. I too want to see those Yakhonts prove themselves. We still might see it despite Dr. O’Bagy’s scandal. Ziad

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Russia Today Declares 9/11 Was An Inside Job:

Michel

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see cluesforum.info
the whole 911 thing was a big hollywood production.

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Same people behind 9/11 ,are the same people behind Syria Alqaeda invasion.
and doesn’t look will end there. People needs to be ready for another false
flag attack in the west,that will later be blamed on Syria or IRAN.

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What are you telling me, Anon? That an Arab in a cave in Afghan DID NOT shut down the half trillion $ US air defenses with his laptop?? Clue. After a building collapse, physics dictates that approx 20% of the original building height must be present. For the WTC this equals a 400feet high mound of millions of tons of twisted steel girders, concrete, office furniture, sanitaryware, computers and printers and HUMANS. Also for the WTCs, there should have remained intact, a 1400 foot high central core after the ‘pancaking floors’. YET, it nearly all managed to blow away as… Read more »
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I’ve heard this stuff before. It seems almost surreal. Ziad

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The sole result of this major blunder from Putin will be to push more congressmen to vote a blank check to Obama if he decides that Syria doesn’t comply and accept the US schedule, not the UN schedule. Obama had serious chances to lose in the Congress, Putin has just helped him to shift the focus from “punitive strikes” to a broader issue.

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There will always be the threat of military intervention by pretext whatever Putin / Assad does or doesn’t do until the civil war is resolved and the ‘al-queda takfiri JAN’ rebels kicked out. This is just the current piece of baloney.

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jfb September 10, 2013 at 2:56 PM

“The sole result of this major blunder from Putin…”

Yeah, I know, Shlomo, Kerry brilliantly trapped Putin into killing Syria. (What’s the “smilie” that represents particularly disingenuous ziospam?)

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I think Congress is very aware of what is happening and give Obama any slack. Just look at Michelle Bachman’s position. Ziad

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kerry with congressman jeff miller

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Apparently Miller wasn’t “on script”. 🙂

Kerry failed completely. He had no clue, no facts, no dignity. Came across as a typical msm “news” show bugger trying to adlib when the readerboard prompts failed.

Very pathetic. Another Dan Quayle.

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Ziad Fadel
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Fabulous. All readers should take a look at this. I can’t wait until Kerry is asked about “Dr. O’Bagy”. Ziad

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what happens to folks that ask john kerry a question
beware of the skull and bones man

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Hilarious. Ziad

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Guys, Syria has done things different to Iraq (obviously Saddam was still a CIA employee all through GW1 & 2, though they still havent done enough… Why dont they say that this ‘terrorists’ are financed by the US/Nato, what about the Unconventional warfare manual TC-801, what about the doc that proves the DOD was paying people in Syria in 2010. At the very least Syria should try to get all this to the MSM, I know they probably wont run it anyway as it doesnt fit the narrative…. AS for the yakhonts, the US say they are out of range,… Read more »
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P-800s Oniks (the Russian navy version) have near 3x times the range of Yakhonts which are the export version. Nothing stop Russia to supply Syria with their super long range ones .they have about ~800km range. This is more than enough to hit those US warships. In case they move farther away of Israel to avoid those ones.. they will be away of the protection of ISrael Airforce , Syria can launch them from Combat jets ,with a homemade custom launcher or from their patrol boats ,increasing its range significantly. So if a war start ,no single warship of US… Read more »
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All this talk of missiles flying in the eastern Mediterranean from the US. Anyone would think this area is not almost as busy as Malacca for shipping traffic, and also air traffic, but let’s have a missile-duel with carrier-killing antiship missiles.

Well let’s activate the USNs cooperative-engagement missile defense umbrella … what could possibly go wrong?

Better check the fine-print on your maritime insurance, and think seriously about not flying anywhere near the area. This is how airliners got shot down in the past.

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Remember the surprises. Ziad

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This is a major strategic blunder on Syria’s behalf. You give up weapons, then you get invaded, then your president gets executed. Obama can lie and say he won’t bomb or invade because he is different, until they force him to do just the opposite by hook or by crook. Syria needs those weapons and needs to be prepared to use them against an invading adversary. This is really what will stop threats to world peace – the threats coming from the United States and its allies who invade country after country. So, those weapons are not just to deter… Read more »
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“Syria needs to get rid of its CW by firing them at its adversaries”

That would be a zionazi wet dream.

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The US has been attacking Syria for a couple of years.

The only thing that will stop the US in Syria is Russia and China going against them.

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Have a look at this I spotted at Yahoo just now: Obama’s message to Congress on Syria: Give it time and don’t undermine the process http://news.yahoo.com/obama%E2%80%99s-message-to-congress-on-syria–give-it-time-and-don%E2%80%99t-undermine-the-process–204355185.html “President Barack Obama traveled to Capitol Hill on Tuesday where he urged senators to provide time for diplomatic discussions regarding Syria’s chemical weapons stockpiles by delaying a vote on a resolution authorizing military force, lawmakers said after the meeting. According to senators who met with Obama — he spoke first to Senate Democrats and then Senate Republicans during private luncheons — the president believes it is necessary to keep the possibility of a U.S.… Read more »
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2nd Syrian rebels plan chemical attack on Israel from Assad-controlled territories – media http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_09_09/Syrian-rebels-plan-chemical-attack-on-Israel-from-Assad-controlled-territories-media-0612/ “A chemical attack may be launched on Israel by Syrian rebels from government-controlled areas as a “major provocation”, a number of sources have told Russian media. The news comes as Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov proposed that Syria puts its chemical weapons arsenal under international control for subsequent destruction in order to prevent a possible military strike against the war-torn republic.” Remember the Britam email hack? That was an intelligence shot across the zionazi bows. This new info of a zionazi false flag targeting Israel was… Read more »
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About the Syrian CWs, they are Syria’s least useful force. In fact, they are virtually unusable, and essentially a drain. To be useful, they require an Israeli nuke attack. If Israel attacked Syria with nukes, out of the blue, it would end Israel. They could only get away with using nukes defensively. For that, Syria would have to attack Israel, and be in a position to wipe them out. The Syrians have no plans to do this. This makes the Syrian CW arsenal surplus to needs. And great sacrificial lamb. The arguments that getting rid of their CW/nuke programs is… Read more »
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I agree. Syria does not have obsolete equipment. Ziad

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Breaking news..
European Journalist kidnapped by backed Nato Rebels ..tells the truth about them..
They say the Rebels and not Assad are behind the chemical attacks in Syria.

http://youtu.be/fkc2ZtPvc8o

They also speak about how they were tortured by the Rebels. and their living hell trying to escape.

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I’m glad the French are finally getting a taste of this. The truth. Ziad

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Small correction, DEFCON 1 mate, “DEFCON 5” is lowest level of alerts. 😉

Ziad Fadel
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Sorry mate, but in Syria, where we write from right to left, Defcon5 is the highest. Just a joke. Thanks for the note. Ziad

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Maybe you did still not know, Christof Lehmann ( Dr. Christof Lehmann ) always has some good analysis and articles – so this:

Photo-Video
Evidence of Chemical Attack Fabricated say Experts to UN

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I quote him all the time, Dr. Seidel. Thanks, Ziad

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Who will get the next nobel peace prize this year? The SOHR, Hilary, Navalny or Fabius? Or maybe they can search for some obscure Jewish columnist who asked to bomb Syria but to do only a limited strike?

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Why not Alfred E. Newman? Ziad

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As usual Russia stabs a supposed friend in the back. Instead of providing military support, Russia forces Syria to disarm. The Russian “help” looks like this: you give up your strategic weapons under Russian pressure and USA won’t attack you this time (maybe even for a few more months). You are left defenseless, but still Russia claims it was help. Russia won’t deliver you the weapons you bought, because it is afraid for security of your greatest enemy Israel…and still it’s considered “help”.. That’s what dealing with Russia looks like. Putin is a traitor.. Or he was never a friend.
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I think rather that it’s a bad proposition because the US will use it as an excuse to replay the Iraqi scenario soon or late (let say soon). But chemical weapons are useless against cruise missiles an bombers, they didn’t help Saddam in 1991. And Syria could perfectly ship those weapons elsewhere if needed, the problem is that they are only useful partially against a nuclear strike, as a deterrent.If you use it first, it’s an open invitation for the other to use nuclear weapons.Syria has little choice anyway, it’s not a big tactical loss but it’s an humiliation regarding… Read more »
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Wojtek September 10, 2013 at 9:11 PM

I didn’t know that hasbara in Polish was Wojtek. Now I do. Thanks. 🙂

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jfb September 10, 2013 at 9:40 PM

Like everything else with you “people”, it’s anything to make hasbara “points”.

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Ziad Fadel
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I’ve dealt with this before. The WMDs are not obsolete considering the new weapons in Syria. New allies too. Ziad

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“However, could the precondition of Syria destroying its chemical weapons actually be used to rescue a congressional vote that had looked doomed to fail? The United States could then, as happened with Iraq, accuse Syria of being too slow or failing to disarm, before launching air strikes with congressional approval already secured. Forcing Syria to relinquish its chemical weapons would also significantly reduce the country’s capability to fend off any potential future aggression on behalf of Israel or other hostile Gulf states. …In December 2003, Colonel Gaddafi agreed to give up his weapons of mass destruction and allow unimpeded inspections.… Read more »
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Like ants after a crumb, the zionist Jew keeps at it.

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It’s what they do BOT TAK. As long as their confetti money buys the stuff needed to keep their systems going they’ll won’t stop. It’s what they do.

Michel

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The problem is Obama might be willing to do it anyway without Congressional approval. He’s proven himself to be quite a criminal. Ziad

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Putting Syrian chemical weapons under intl control makes sense only if US drops plans to use force – Putin http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_09_10/Putting-Syrian-chemical-weapons-under-intl-control-makes-sense-only-if-US-drops-plans-to-use-force-Putin-6664/ “The idea to put the Syrian chemical weapons under international control can be implemented only if the U.S. drops its plans to use force against Damascus, said Russian President Vladimir Putin. “Certainly, all this makes sense and can work only if we hear that the U.S. side and everyone who supports the U.S. in this sense drops the idea of using force,” Putin said on Tuesday. “It is hard to make any country, be it Syria or any other country… Read more »
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Interesting. Ziad

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Further grinding the heel in:

Russia wins over Israel in qualifying tournament for 2014 World Football Championship

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_09_11/Russia-wins-over-Israel-in-qualifying-tournament-for-2014-World-Football-Championship-3962/

😉

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That was posted by вот так, btw.

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http://beforeitsnews.com/middle-east/2013/09/syrian-parliament-letter-to-the-us-house-of-representatives-an-important-document-being-censored-by-the-us-press-off-the-bnp-web-site-the-main-factor-of-911-attacks-was-the-hatred-wahhabi-j-2454198.html

Syrian Parliament Letter To The US House Of Representatives—An important document being censored by the US press….off the BNP web site: “The main factor of 9/11 attacks was the hatred Wahhabi Jihadist Ideology adopted and financed by Saudis”

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We assume it got to the recipients. I agree with the content. Ziad

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Here a cool 3d simulation what will happen to US -Israel but also Turkey if they Attack Syria,
And Russia supplied them with latest Club cruise missiles. The export version have 300km range.fly hugging terrain or open sea and can hit any part of Israel or most half of Turkey with deadly accuracy.

launched from container

from submarine/ship


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I’ve seen this before. I want one for Christmas. Ziad

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I was just wondering does the pause in the decision to attack Syria (I see the best outcome being a pause… the aims and objectives of regime change will never go away… unfortunately) give time to fully debunk the west claim that Assad was responsible for this attack? Does this not give an opportunity to expose the false flag fully….what with the UN report yet to come out…. testimonies of freed journalists…. some reports saying UN already declared fake vids re the chem attack (or some at least were faked) other Russian and Syrian intelligence proofs etc. Surely, a concerted… Read more »
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Any delay works for the SAA’s benefit. I think the proof is in the FSA’s response. Ziad

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I honestly believe this proposal of handing over Syria’s chemical weapons is a serious mistake. These people are hellbent on smashing Syria to pieces and annihilating Syria’s population and they absolutely will not stop until they have engineered circumstances to achieve this end. Nothing stopped them obliterating skyscrapers in New York – to this day they have not been apprehended for this act! nothing stopped them attacking Afghanistan and Iraq under false pretenses and slaughtering millions in these countries and they continue to commit daily atrocities with no end in sight and no justice forthcoming. Nothing stopped them turning Libya… Read more »
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You got that sussed bro …. By your own analysis (with which I agree) … short of world war 3 there really is no power available to stop the Plan. The plan will go forward until Russia and China resist militarily with full scale nuclear war. Otherwise the plan will just continue (may be some temporary stalling along the way) IMHO. Amir. PS But I would still love to see the US Military suffer significant losses. Then again, I am not going to be a direct victim.

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All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing

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It is the people that are fuelling this destruction both politically and financially that need to start suffering ‘significant losses’, the US military is just a tool peopled by brainwashed young goons who have been herded into the military complex by a combination of Hollywood cartoon-style violence fests displaying weapons as toys of power / entertainment and a deliberate climate of desolate prospects for leading a normal life. The instigators will only be stopped when they are being actively liquidated with the same extreme prejudice they have displayed towards everyone else – this was the lesson of the 2006 israel… Read more »
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I agree “the US military is just a tool” and that “the people fuelling this destruction … need to start suffering”. Whilst I agree with the sentiments expressed I don’t see any way in which the truly culpable are brought to account. As for the “tool”, it is such a formidable death and destruction spewing tool it would please me to see it suffer significant losses. BTW the word “tool” is so innocuous… sounds like a screwdriver. Whilst your logic and moral position cannot be faulted, it is unrealistic to expect that the suits behind it all will ever be… Read more »
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A powerful ally, Russia, thinks it’s a good idea. As long as that fleet stays there, we have the weapons and support to offset any loss. In any case, we haven’t given up anything yet. Ziad

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syria does not need chemical weapons. they have limited use militarily. they are more of a burden. twenty nuclear war heads would be far more of a deterrent. or more advanced russian weapons eg long range yakhonts, escanders, a defence pact with russia.

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Agreed. Ziad

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The 9/11 myth is getting more and more under attack. FINALLY !!!

Please read this gem written by Pepe Escobar:

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/World/WOR-01-110913.html

This man is fuckin’ rockstar.

Michel

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Hoots Mon!

Pepe says-
“And that brings us back to 12 years ago – and the myth that aluminum jets are able to penetrate the thick steel perimeters of the Twin Towers and kerosene is capable of instantaneously melting steel perimeters and steel cores into fluffy steel dust. Check this out and draw the necessary conclusions.”

Oh no! Pepe is a no-planer and a Judy Woods fluffy duster.

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Love him. Ziad

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just in world policeman barry obarmy turns up in denmark looking for backing for the war.
this shit is getting syrious.

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Methinks something stinks in Denmark. Maybe it’s Camembert?