LATAKIA: With the doors of time shutting down on the Jabhat Al-Nusra and its cannibalistic franchises in Turkey, the rat organization continues to struggle to keep alive its dream of occupying a small Armenian village on the border with Erdoghan’s Turkey. Thus, the pathetic drama is playing out in a manner that can only be described properly by an absurdist playwright – perhaps an Ionesco. As the rats continue to lose positions to the SAA, the NDF and Ba’ath Party militias, Erdoghan has committed himself to ridding his country of the same disease he embraced three years ago.
The entire fiasco can be seen in Technicolor and Cinerama at the border between Turkey and Syria. Terrorists garrisoned at Urdu a few kilometers to the north of Kassab were told weeks ago that they had to leave Turkey, but, that their exit route would have to be through Syria. They put together a plan that had to work, and when it didn’t, Erdoghan gave his Deputy Chief of Staff, Yaaser Guler, the green light to support the rat “repositioning” in some area of Syria. Why General Necdet Ozel was not told, leaves some room for speculation. The entire scheme is falling apart.
The Syrian army is fully aware that Kassab, the Eagle Mountains and Samra are not strategically significant. No military man would view this area as either conducive to overthrowing the government of Syria or threatening the Latakia heartland which is the president’s home turf.
Having said that, we have to suggest an alternative theory as to why over 2,000 rodents have already been sacrificed by Abu Muhammad Al-Jawlaani – or why Turkish hospitals are now filled with screaming rodents demanding medical treatment.
AP Photo of SAA soldiers firing on rats near Kasab.
What do you do when you invite an army of terrorists into your country, ostensibly to oust a leader of a neighboring country, and, then, come to the conclusion they can’t accomplish the task? What do you tell your citizens when the rats you invited begin to devour your natural resources or squat on what they believe is now their land?
The pendulum is moving much more quickly now, both for the terrorists and Erdoghan himself. The provincial elections will take place this Sunday. If Erdoghan loses Ankara’s and Istanbul’s mayoral elections, his Justice and Development Party cannot survive the next Parliament. With Erdoghan arresting reporters, banning Twitter and You-Tube, his administration awash in corruption and scandal, a girlfriend on the side, renowned officers sentenced to long jail terms, a country now flooded with the most rapacious criminal terrorists the world has ever known – and – and – as though the Bard were writing this tragedy: a leader so engulfed in hypocrisy and death, he might as well stain the multitudinous seas incarnadine.
The Syrian Army has conducted operations in these parts of Latakia at the border with Erdoghan’s Turkish-Occupied Syria:
Nab’aan: The SAA is pounding terrorist positions around Kasab from this area as NDF and infantry move closer to points the rats are fortifying around the emptied town. (The photo above looks like Nab’aan to me).
Al-Samra: Rats are trying to establish a foothold down from Samra to the coast – a fool’s errand because on the flat surface of the coast, the targeting is all that much more precise for the SAA. Furthermore, the absurdity of this effort is best outlined by the shallow waters that will not permit ships to approach. If it’s water they want, they could get the same thing on Turkey’s coast, a conclusion that leads one to several others: that this entire campaign is to be rid of the rats or to release pressure on other rats or as a symbolic, morale-boosting moment of glory to rival Liverpool’s victory over Sunderland two days ago.
Crossing Point 45: Wael reports SAA sniping with occasional barrages of artillery here. The rats are unable to control this place where they are extremely exposed.
Baab Al-Amaana: All rats killed here. All were Saudis and Libyans. No a single Syrian among the group.
Soolaas: Completely rat free as of this writing. It was deloused the day before yesterday when a special operations unit went in to rescue kidnapped citizens.
Checkpoint 587: No rats in view as of last night. Clear.
Checkpoint 669: Reported 17 dead with many taken back to Turkey for wounds.
Bayt Shurooq: Heavy bombardment by SAA here. Why the rats want to be here, other than the nice climate, is puzzling. No military use whatsoever.
Al-Naajiya: Attempted infiltration into Qastal Ma’aaf resulted in 3 flatbeds with 23mm cannons destroyed. All carcasses were Libyans and Saudis. At Qastal Ma’aaf, yesterday, the SAA killed a J.N. leader by the name of Muhammad Al-‘Abdullah. I may have reported that already.
Bayt Ibliq: Syrian army killed 21 rats here after Hind helicopter forced them out of fixed positions.
Al-Qantara: Fighting with no details.
Jabal Al-Kooz: Failed effort by rats to invade this abandoned village. Wael says his sources confirm more than 30 dead here.
Al-Jabal Al-Kabeer: (The Great Mountain): Fighting with no details.
Kassab: Only outlying parts of the town are in the hands of the rats. The town is totally empty. Rats entered the day before yesterday and pillage Armenian homes, stealing gold crosses and priceless photographs of Yerevan off the walls. They also wrote disgusting anti-Christian slurs on the walls. Kassab will be rat free very soon.
NEWS AND REVELATIONS:
George Soros and the Mossad. Put it together and another conspiracy arises concerning the Malaysian 777 aircraft:
You will enjoy this article from Land Destroyer about the false flag scenario with Turkey. Bad headline though: