SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE ENDORSES DR. ASSAD FOR PREZ; DECISION SHOCKS WORLD!

A handout picture shows Governor of Homs province Talal al-Barazi (R) speaking with Syrians as they return to the Hamidiyeh Chrsitian neighborhood of the old town of Syria

Well, it’s either that or electing the unelectable.  He has fought off the most virulent media assault in the history of mankind – more sophisticated – more elaborate – more imbued with 21st Century psyops technology than Madison Avenue could ever invent; he has fought off hordes of reactionary ape-mongrels whose salaries were paid by some of history’s most maladroit, flea-bitten simian quadrupeds from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait and the rest of that tribe of rag-topped degenerates and professional pedophiles; he nearly brought down David Cameron and Barack Obama as they tried to steer their countries toward another failed war in the Islamic World – more failed perhaps than the Children’s Crusade or the gobsmacking catastrophe at Gallipoli; he warded off missiles, gas canisters, trebuchets, incantations, Satanic prayers, tunnels and trucks loaded with so many explosives that their drivers entertained no hope of ascending to their promised eternal latrine kept clean by some 72 year old crone – their souls having been rendered into an unidentifiable mist inside the Crab Nebula.  He fought off pedantic, foppish, British popinjays dressed like journalists as they tried to convince an incredulous world that cannibals were chic; that beheadings were the new rage; and that crucifying malfeasors was more humane than Florida’s “Sparky” the Electric Chair – or maybe even more humane than the latest cocktail for America’s very civilized lethal injections.

Don’t be fooled by his dweebish blue orbs.  This is a surgeon-cum-computer geek who can pluck out Obama’s eyes with one fell swipe and feed them to Obama’s secret hero: Abu Sakkar.  Not one gray hair has invaded his pate – not in his mustache, chin or the hairs in his nose that can smell a terrorist crossing the Pillars of Hercules.  His iciness speaks volumes about the aspect of his personality that demands ornate planning – the kind that anticipates an enemy’s gambit over the span of 20 removes.  That is why he picked his allies carefully – and at times when he knew they desperately needed him.  He has changed the political structure of the world and has single-handedly allowed the slapstick team of western bunglers to inadvertently herald in the new Cold War – nay – the very twilight of their putative Thousand Year Reich – their Gotterdammerung!

He is the Ba’ath Party which has saved the bacon (if you will pardon the expression) of every Arab nationalist who ever dreamt of a unified Arab nation able to, finally!, take its place among the glimmering champions of human achievement -an Arab nation which would eschew sectarianism, adopt secularism and a doctrine of uncompromising rationalism to invite back an Age of Reason that blithely leapt over our lands after infusing Europe with so much brilliance.  Leaping over us meant 500 years of gloomy, ghastly, grotesque governance by a race of male gorgons from Central Asia whose only claim to the intellectual history of man was, literally, crushing it under the hoofs of their stunted nags.

No!  Syria is now on its way out of the miasma designed for it by the Antichrist in the White House; by the acolyte of Mephistopheles in London or the weasel-like factotum bastardizing derelict humbug in Paris – or that bag of Kartoffeln – Schlampe in Berlin.  Our president has overcome all of you and has crushed you!  Syria has crushed you along with your hirsute pimps with the prehensile tails.  He holds the highest honor our glorious godly Syria can bestow on any man born of woman on her holy soil, for he is in the simplest terms: A TRUE SYRIAN HERO.   Ziad Amin Abu Fadel

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dudleydoright911
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I look forward to celebrating my 40th birthday tomorrow by toasting my twin brother, and raising a congratulatory glass for Dr. Assad and all humanity loving and right thinking Syrians as they fight the world’s greatest menace.

dudleydoright911
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Speaking of gorgons if there were modern reincarnations of Stheno, Euryale and Medusa I would think Hillary Clinton, Victoria Nudelman would probably serve as the first 2 hatched from the same egg and perhaps Susan Power or Susan Rice could fill the role of medusa given their black hearts and bloodlust.

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Yes,definitely the remnants expelled from the arse of the Hydra during an extreme case of diarrhea ! Gaia’s offspring would and should be ashamed of those so called women,Of Gorgons Spawned Through Witchcraft Satanically Inspired Whores 🙂

chabraque
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“The return of the Tree Harpies” plotting evil and feeding on cadavre-cookies..

Joene
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Congrats in advance!

richard sanchez
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Toast with red wine.

Ozsceptic
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I wish you a very happy birthday Dudley.

dudleydoright911
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thanks to all my dear friends.

Mentat
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Yes, it is undoubtedly a miracle Assad is still sucking wind, to which he has sailed *very* close, but that is more down to a combination of Putin, Hezbollah and the IRGC, plus the amazing political ineptitude of their warcriminal ‘western’ enemies, than his own political brilliance.

Still, there’s a long haul to be out of the woods yet, so I’d save the hagiography until the fat lady’s final cantata.

dudleydoright911
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Your twitter account clearly indicates that you are rabidly anti shia which probably explains you pinning this victory on the likes of iran and hezbollah’s assistance without mentioning the largely sunni SAA who have done the most heavy lifting against the foreign dealth cults with which you are in some form aligned

I wouldn’t be as worried about the fat lady’s cantata as I would be practicing the dirge which will accompany the death of this act of foreign treachery.

CHEVI789
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For he also considers the Syrian Sunni heretics, he is scum and I will not reply to a moron but only vote him down, it is the only way to piss him off.

Mentat
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My Twitter account? I have never had one, so please explain for us non-mindreaders why you believe Shireen’s lazy 1-line sockpuppet theory, for which you claim to have seen some vision of a ‘formal proof’? I also naturally have absolutely nothing against the Shia and have ‘pinned’ nothing on them. Further, I am not aligned with any cult, of death or otherwise, nor do I engage in fostering sectarianism — that is the job of imperialist ideologues and their water-carriers, such as is this unfortunate Gliese upon whom you are so fondly fixated. Putin is not a Shia, as you… Read more »
Ozsceptic
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‘yawn’

Fadi
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Are you running out of Proxies mentat?

Mentat
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No, my friend, you can rest easy on that score.

gareth
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mentat you truly are a cocksucker of the highest order…go to hell along with your wahhabi cannibal heroes.Why dont you go to Syria and fight jihad with the degenerates of Arab and Islamic society…the SAA will make mincemeat out of you.

dudleydoright911
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I can’t comment on the veracity of the rumor, but I have heard from more than one source that Mentat sucks dick for bus fare, then walks home.

LOL.

Hate to admit
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Hahhahaha, LOL can’t imagine how an Annoying Donkeys in such a situation…does he bite?

Anon Sings
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no wonder he’s always spent

teevee
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takbir takbir takbir

dudleydoright911
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See link for a video detailing the Obama Administration, and or the deep state CIA’s direct war crimes in arming the savages.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=20a_1401726799

gareth
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I personally think that Bashar al Assad will go down in history as one of the greatest leaders of all time.This is not fawning sycophantic shit.Syria under his leadership has fought of an army of cannibalistic psychopaths who have absolutely no regard for human life.I hope to visit this beautiful country some day to show solidarity with the Syrian people who have endured so much.I really hope SAA end the conflict soon…Inshallah.

dudleydoright911
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Amen brother I have said myself that I want to leave some footprints in Syria before God takes me home and commune with the wonderful folks there. I’ll call order for a syrian perspective fan club meeting when I go. I also agree as well that most idiots in the world don’t understand how much they owe Syria. Syria and her supporters have been the single most successful group in fighting the REAL war on terror that the west manufactured and prosecuted themselves in an act that will, God willing, see them purge for eternity with the full weight of… Read more »
Edgar Palacio
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This is a good idea. To create a syrian perspective fan club. I adhere.

Ozsceptic
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Do we let Mentat join?

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Gareth, unfortunately history is a default of the aggressor in this case and no credit will be given in any history book other than those of the allies of Syria. Pan-arab nationalism whether of the baath, nasserite or other forms is roundly feared and detested by many in the middle-east. First among haters is the ‘lebensraum’ settler state, then ksa and the other gulf monarchies, jordan, turkey and the MB, you name it they’re all self-serving scum of the lowest order and they despise secular pan-arabism. Unfortunately, this is the lay of the land in Syria’s neighborhood and many of… Read more »
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I agree with Gareth. I really do not know how the person of President Assad and especially his family have managed to show such fortitude against this madness (and of course the Syrian people). I live in Norway and the media coverage about this election is disgusting. I have just cancelled my daily paper Aftenposten. The TV is just as bad.Just sick of reading and hearing their “shite”. Thank god for this site and several others. Congratulations to Syria and its people
on election day

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I agree with gareth

Victor
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Based on the West’s performance- training Afgans for police and armed forces, I would think at least 25% of the SFA troops being trained in the Gulf States will desert as soon as arriving in Syria or be found to be incompetent.. As for the heavy weapons they are receiving: 1) some will be intercepted by the SAA at the border 2) many will be sold to the highest bidder by the terrorist operators 3) some of the rest will be soon useless full of sand and grit as weapons have to be pampered like a woman 4) of the… Read more »
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I have inside information on all the happenings in Afghanistan. Best pashto fighters are always will stay with their warlords and tribes, defending their interests on a territory they live, helping them to secure high police and government positions (assassinating or bribing their way to the top), While Tajiks and Hazari (former Ahmad S. Masood and Dustum) troops are serving the government, they are totally unhappy with a situation when they are commanded in government structures by Pashto, fighting partisan movement in south, with commanders that sell them out to the pashto tribes. As money flow from the US stops,… Read more »
Jovi
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Ziad could I write a guest blog post tomorrow? do you have an email to send suggestions

Canthama
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If I were a Syrian, I would undoubtly vote on Dr. Assad, he represents the front line of the global resistance. Since I am not a Syria, I will cheer for him and celebrate his awesome election victory with a nice bottle of champagne. Hail Dr. Assad.

PS: 1) Fully concur with Gareth.
2) Dudley, happy birthday tomorrow, a Gemini fellow.

richard sanchez
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How do you know he won? It’s still morning in Damascus. What a farce.

Canthama
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Grow up Ricardo, read my email correctly and learn to separate “stating vs cheering”. I accept you do like Assad, seriously, it is fine with me, such as life itself.
You can now relax, grab you breakfast and have a happy and pleasant day in your by now safe country. Saludos!

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No, not a farce Richard. As you well know, in ‘western’ countries we have media-run election ‘polls’ that instruct us weeks before, exactly who is going to win and by how much! They are always depressingly correct, which makes it a farce to vote. We also have no real choice. People don’t vote for popular leaders because we have none! In my country most people only vote to avoid being fined. Isn’t that a bigger FARCE?

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ASSAD = SUPERMAN 😉 Imprisoning rotten terrorist soulless bland, dull, colourless, dreary, drab, uninspiring, unremarkable, unexceptional, undistinguished, unmemorable, grey, anaemic, insipid criminals through exiling them to that extra-dimensional prison called Hell . Hail Syria Hail Assad !

richard sanchez
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In warfare when two sides are involved in killing each other there is never, historically, an all-good side. While the terrorists (poor Syrian Sunnis or international jihadists) are getting the shrapnel you think they deserve the civilians living nearby do not deserve it. The only thing the Western backed opposition and Assad’s ministers agreed upon and prayed about together in Geneva this year was the sad death of so many Syrians. While you might think the poor Syrian Sunni’s wanting a bigger piece of the pie or jihadists wanting as Islamic State forced Assad’s hand. That Assad had the complete… Read more »
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No one is jumping for joy because 150,000 Syrians are dead. But obviously some are going to be happy that the terrorists who engaged in the attempted destruction of Syria as a state are being eliminated. The idea that Assad was killing “as many as he could” is utter nonsense. If Assad truly wanted to kill as many as he could there would be a heck of a lot more people dead in Syria. The Syrian Army has taken many measures to avoid civilian casualties, many times even at the expense of the lives of its own soldiers. As far… Read more »
richard sanchez
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Not to say he hasn’t, it is hard to believe Assad has significantly held back to avoid civilian causalities? Looking at the pictures of Jobar, Darayya, and East Aleppo while inaccurate barrel bombs are still being dropped on civilian apartments houses in terrorist controlled areas. The words “held back” obviously have different meanings to different people. This level of holding back in a war against terror (not for political power, right) if correct as you state, then justifies Israels Gaza Strip and the West bank attacks as well. Also, US’s bombing runs in WW2, the Afghanistan invasion, Etc., would all… Read more »
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Most of those bombings took place after civilians left the area. Barrel bombs, while it is true that they have resulted in civilian casualties, were targeting areas infested with terrorist filth who were launching attacks against civilian targets. These filthy terrorist criminals took over civilian neighborhoods and tried to use residents as human shields in their attempts to attack state targets as well as civilians in so-called “loyalist” areas. Assad never targeted civilians and the evidence is that there are more deaths among Syrian soldiers and security officers than there are civilians killed. Nothing even remotely close can be said… Read more »
Anon Sings
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This “richard sanchez” pederast is way more pernicious than Mentat.

rus.lang
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Dear Richard, had it ever crossed your mind, that a poor state of Syrian Sunnies is partly a fault of Turkey and Israel, which blocks the flow of water(Turkey – dambs on Eufrates river, east of Syria is affected) and restrics (Daraya, start of the rebellion, Israel bombardmends of agrocultural cannals increasing water level in Golan highs lakes)mainly Sunny areas from taking water for normal living. I am not Syrian, ask some guys who live in Syria about this matter – it’s just my suspition. And Alawites, Shia’s, Armenians who are living on shore a viewed as a rich boys,… Read more »
rus.lang
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And a totally agree with you that Sunni’s a poorer than other population in Syria. Economy is basis of war and hatred. But the bright mind looks for the roots of problem.

And i really want a reply from Syrian person, am i right than water deficency affected Sunni mainly areas ?

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Ricardo, you are comparing defending a country against invaders vs attacking another country or free State as US, Israel and NATO did, two things completely different that indeed based in history it gives a different context of the risks involved in casualties. From the supposedly 160.000 deaths in this conflict, it is stated that roughly half were soldiers or terrorists fighters and half were civilians, from the civilians it is also stated that a large amount was due to terrorism acts (bombs, IEDs, mortars etc…) from the terrorists, and mostly Allawites. No matter what one say, casualties are bad in… Read more »
The United Nations is a complete disgrace
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Eupherates of Syria Cut Off by Turkey Posted on June 2, 2014by friendsofsyria http://friendsofsyria.co/2014/06/02/eupherates-of-syria-cut-off-by-turkey/ And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared.Revelation 16:12
Victor
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Instead of attacking Dr. Assad, the US and West need to watch and anticipate the chaos that is festering in Libya and Egypt and make plans to intervene there. The social and terrorist problems in these two countries are just in their infancy and in five years will dwarf the Syrian “civil war, “

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Victor, Amerika is doing something in Libya the General in charge of the latest coup is cia and Egypt is going along just fine according the game plan the bat-shit-crazy-people in the state department provided.

I wish there was better news but my nation Amerika doesn’t help the citizens of a nation only the corrupt leaders that will do as Amerika says. Sad.

Anon Sings
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Victor, you make some pretty sketchy comments a lot of the time and my spidy sense is tingling.

“US and West need to watch and anticipate the chaos that is festering in Libya and Egypt and make plans to intervene there”

They’re not the good guys anymore and never were you idiot. Fucking troll.

Ozsceptic
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‘Intervene there’ ?????????? Hello….Earth to Victor, they HAVE ALREADY INTERVENED! Why do you think these former beautiful, prosperous and peaceful nations are now experiencing ‘chaos’ and ‘terrorist problems?’ (sigh)

al Jarban
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Hmm, I definitely enjoy a Mentat beat-down.

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I just want to say, that we bosnians feel very sad about the situation in Syria, as we expirienced a war in our country also from 1992-1995. A few bosnian idiots have gone to Syria and joined the JN or the ISIL terrorist, but only about 60 or so. Have in mind that Bosnia has 4 million citizens. One GOOD news is that one bosnian got killed today in Raqqah province, in a car accident! He was a member of ISIL terrorist group. His name is Midhat Djono, but he called himself “USAMA BOSNI”. In the same car along him… Read more »
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Lets discuss that fact of your a bit. Only 48% of your country declare themselves as “bosnians”. Out of 2 mil. people (that you are talking about – Bosnian) 60 KNOWN guys went to wage jihad in Syria. Bosnians are, by the way, WAHHABI.
http://voiceofrussia.com/2013_10_15/Global-Jihad-religion-politics-or-business-1524/

Canthama
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A good article by RT attached on the elections in Syria, worth reading it.

http://rt.com/op-edge/163048-west-democracy-syrian-elections/

al Jarban
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But seriously, it goes without saying that history may well view Assad through the lens of recovery. That is, the success of finishing this thing off, rebuilding Syria, and healing the fragments of society could be the final word on his legacy. Interestingly, Obama’s legacy could well be viewed through that same lens. Since he has now become a lot more public about his support for the terrorists, his final years will be increasingly viewed in foreign policy terms rather than the domestic agenda of the first 5-6 years. In that regard, he is presently viewed as failing and Assad… Read more »
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Brussels killings arrest mocks Europe’s bid on Jihadists http://news.ca.msn.com/world/brussels-killings-arrest-mocks-bid-on-jihadists PARIS – The suspect in the recent killings at the Jewish Museum in Brussels is a text book case of the West’s longstanding fear — the threat posed by radicalized citizens returning from the battlefields of Syria. European nations have been slowly fortifying themselves with measures to detect potential jihadists and counter any sinister plots since Syria became a magnet for Westerners. But French-born Mehdi Nemmouche — the first Western citizen returning from Syria and implicated in a major attack — was caught by chance, in a spot check for drugs… Read more »
Paul S.
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I’m personally SHOCKED by this endorsement. I figured you’d write in al-Bagdhadi or Golani!!!

Shin
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Best wishes to President Assad and his family for his re-election.

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Syrians attempt to bury the hatchet amid civil conflict http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/syrians-attempt-to-bury/1133190.html […] Another former rebel, only identified as Ziad, believed that the majority of rebel forces in Homs are pro-reconciliation. The problem, he thinks, is external pressure from Qatar and Saudi Arabia who are supplying foreign fighters to prolong the conflict. Many Syrians have given up hope of any international diplomatic solution to the civil war, taking it upon themselves to kickstart internal peace initiatives. The Ministry of National Reconciliation is playing a key role in these efforts. Muhammed Al-Omar from the ministry said: “As well as supporting civil initiatives, we… Read more »
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He he 🙂 “The wrath of a king messengers of death”

rus.lang
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Too sad it’s work of Saudi’s , not revenge from Syria. But anyhow, awards found it’s hero. Jolly road to hell, B.B.S.

SharkKing71
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Press TV Blocked here,fucking Al-Khalifa dynasty of Bahrain being a bunch of Wahabi Dogs.

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@SharkKing71, living in under the Merkel-regime of Germany I experienced it several times, that news were not awaylable for us – so here comes the press t.v. text for you: [Quot]: A Lebanese media report says Saudi Arabia’s spymaster Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz has been injected with an incurable poison. Some Lebanese media outlets quoting Saudi sources as saying that the prince was injected with an unknown kind of poison. Prince was slipped into a coma and rushed for treatment to Morocco and the United States, the report added. Medical doctors say various methods of treatment have failed… Read more »
Canthama
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Hope it is true and hope he goes down hell slowly as the other criminal Ariel Sharon did….maybe it is a sign that more will go that way in year to come….curse ? wrath ? justice ? fate ? Who cares right ? Will be looking forward for a confirmation of this info.

Victor
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I watched the BBC tonight and saw for the first time their tainted coverage of the Syrian conflict. They went to Idlib for an interview with the head of Islamic Front. The interview concluded with the IF saying that Sharia Law would not be forced on any person and that Christians and Alwites would be respected and exempted from Sharia. You would have to be a fool to believe that. Damaged buildings were shown with an emphasis that it was caused by SAAF. I watched it tonight to see how they covered the Bowe Bergdahl episode. .
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To take some out from a city, you have to destroy it. Its a simple reality. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urban_warfare More to that i can tell you why Barrel bombs are used. Manpads can take out targets at altitude of 3-5 km. Helicopters can’t lower for the attack, any usual munition on old soviet helicopters either unguided and needs to lower altitude to implement, or has a small size and get’s carried away by the wind. Barrel’s on the other hand are just genius invention – they are huge and dont get carried away by the wind (relativly accurate), they super cheap, can… Read more »
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The point is, don’t ask how Syrian government gets rid of the Jihadists, they sure would be happy to use precise weapons if US supplied them

You mean like their drones, which has killed more civilians then the intended targets.

rus.lang
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You got me here 🙂 I don’t know what to answer !!!!! 🙂
Just don’t blame the weapons bro, they are pretty okey, i am sure. Only guess problem is in who them uses 🙂
To be true with you Americans a shitty fighters. When they get serious resistance, like in Fallujah – they use white phosphorus and carpet bombings. But they have some really nice weapons, be sure in that – while in Afghanistan almost no US troops fought the battle, their specialist of close air support did a wonderful job!

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USA is hardly known as a sponsor of the SAA. How about her supposed ally Russia supplying precision-guided weapons to Syria in the hour of greatest need — can you explain why this is not happening?

Also, what do you think is the CEP of a barrel bomb dropped from 6000m?

rus.lang
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We supply new weapons only preordered 2011, and spare parts and munition on other units under the agreement of technical maintnance (which were signed before 2011).
If you can prove anything else with an official Russian statement – go ahead. Where i can prove the direct supply of the rebels by USA (for example TOW deal).

as to CEP of a bomb. it is matched by it’s size, i have no correct info for now, cause source from which i took info about WHY they used, haven’t provided such detailes. Sorry don’t want to make up things.

Mentat
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OK, so Putin has militarily frozen Assad into the state of 2010, although his situation has altered dramatically for the worse since then. This confirms my belief that Putin is basically playing along with the ‘regime change’ plan of the Yanks by slowly starving SAA of weaponry until they perform a palace coup on their radioactive CiC.

There is no need to prove TOW deliveries, as the Yankee warcriminal regime proudly boasts about it already, while publicly conspiring to increase such illegal interference.

rus.lang
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No, it’s just that Putin has a degree in Law (as any security service person), and it is illegal to sign a contract with a country in a military conflict not sanctioned by UN, and in the same time since conflict doesn’t have its status confirmed in UN (due to Russia’s veto) nobody can prevent Russia to fulfill it’s contracts. Basically Russia tries to hold a moral high ground and fully abide international law, to play a lawful and non-align role, same time poking USA for it’s clear aggression and breaching of law, and showing world a real story behind… Read more »
Mentat
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“it is illegal to sign a contract with a country in a military conflict not sanctioned by UN” — that makes no sense to me; under what law do you say signing a contract is illegal?

And if that is really the problem, why not just supply all the weapons you want without any bothersome contract?

Did Putin actually say this in public, because it sounds more like the BS excuse that foolish wimp Medvedev invented when he welshed on the S-300 SAM contract with Iran in order to curry some windy promise of a favour from his ‘partner’ Obama.

rus.lang
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I give you only what I have been given 🙂 http://www.hrw.org/news/2012/06/03/isolate-syria-s-arms-suppliers “Under international law, providing weapons to Syria while crimes against humanity are being committed may translate into assisting in the commission of those crimes. Any arms supplier could bear potential criminal liability as an accessory to those crimes and could face prosecution, Human Rights Watch said.” “We understand the situation has become aggravated in Syria,” a Rosoboronexport spokesman, Vyacheslav Davidenko, told the New York Times in February. “But since there are no international decisions, and there are no sanctions from the UN Security Council, and there are no other… Read more »
Mentat
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Putin relies on HRW for legal advice … please, tell me you are joking?

I knew there was no legal impediment, as the Rosoboronexport chap confirms, so the lack of new and quality weapons can only be due to Putin’s desire to be rid of the lead-balloon liability of Assad, the Yanukovych of the Middle East.

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They have enough hp war toys,
but they are saving it for your dearest friends alone.

rus.lang
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First, HRW is not an independent organisation, we all know who controls all this puppets and ‘non-government’ ‘for freedom’ ‘pro-democracy’ movements, and whose crimes they see and which try to ignore. They are a tool of pressure. Well the recent attempts of bringing the deal to ICC is an indication that matter can become a legal one, just ask yourself wouldn’t USA be happy to put a mark of trader of death on Russia? They’d be pissing their pants of joy! So to be simple, Putin doesn’t rely on HRW, but it is an indicator in which direction the puppet… Read more »
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It cannot become a legal matter in ICC as long as Russia maintains its veto and USA already lambasts Russia for supplying Assad with even 1 bullet, that is what HRW was blurting about.

I think it’s a stronger indicator that Putin does not support Assad personally and will be quite happy to see him gone.

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They already discuss an idea of some kind Nato, “civilized world” court on Syria, around UN. I am sorry, this their true nature, being bend on their exeptionalism and right to teach all that stupid, uncivilized barbarians their wisdom. They are full of shit 🙂 I do not support him personally either, i would even vote for a guy from Aleppo if i was Syrian. Just to prevent a chance of bombing my country and stop this Assad hysteria by the west. But the point is not Assad, but a right of the Syrian people only to decide their choice,… Read more »
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I agree with you there entirely, but still think Putin has unduly helped the Yankee-supremacist regime-change agenda before deciding to oppose it, for example by voting for 4 rounds of UNSC sanctions against Iran, based on nothing but a façade of cheap propaganda lies and blackmail.

CHEVI789
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Here here Ziad, i admire him and Putin as well as the others for standing up to the zionist run empire.

vic the whip
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There is no zionist run empire that can withstand the Russian Syrian army.Thats where the buck stops

ameer
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The conflict is entering a new phase again, Syria needs to be ready – rather quickly. – There needs to be an expanded department for Truce, Reconciliations, and Refugee Return. There has to be a good military idea for the two enclaves (Rastan/Houla and Eastern Ghouta), the SAA must think of something quickly to free the 10,000 soldiers stationed there – needed elsewhere. Also, why are the Lebanon-based refugees not back yet if Qalamoun, Western Ghouta, Hims, and Al-Qsair are all liberated? – The Al-Hasakah Kurds need to be convinced to help the SAA, how can they be neutral after… Read more »
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I can answer some of the questions. Lebanon based refugees can’t return back to Syria yet,for two reasons,either being pro-Terrorist,or if being pro-SAA,the “rebels” still have control of Serghaya and Ain Hawr(the last terrorist stronghold in the Lebanon-Syria border) once the SAA wipe them out there will be huge chances that they’ll return back. ISIS have too many enemies,if all SAA and Iraqi Army and YPG and Hezbollah and Lebnanese Army along with Shi’a Militias in Iraq work together against al-Nusra and ISIS in Iraq and Syria and Lebanon.They’ll will have too much heat and eventually their leaders will go… Read more »
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Thanks, Saw the map earlier, I didn’t give Serghaya and Ayn Hawr much significance given that they are isolated and there are 2 other border crossings to come into Syria besides the safe cross south of Zabadani as well. As for the ISIS yes they require a Regional Policy as you mentioned – especially now that their main endorser is Turkey and we might not see much fighting between them one one side and JN/IF/FSA on the other. The Kurds in Eastern Syria (who have been friendly to SAA) should work with the SAA at this point or the SAA… Read more »
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“the SAA must think of something quickly to free the 10,000 soldiers stationed in Eastern Ghouta” — how about a nice blanket of cheap and cheerful nerve gas? Wait, no, we already tried that stunt and it kind of backfired in Bashar’s face rather badly, he rather hastily got rid of them before Maher could repeat the performance. How about propane, would that work … or chlorine, if SAA can capture all the swimming pools of Saudi Arabia? “Syria might need to bring Egypt on-board” — sorry to LOL, but WTF can Assad offer, except maybe a smashed portrait of… Read more »
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I love you mentat , you hate everyone: SAA, Egypt, Assad, ISIS, JAN, Yanks, poor Saudis with their swimming pools – EVERYONE!

Do you read Nietzsche ?

Mentat
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I love you too, Tovaritsch, but I don’t hate them, just describe the political reality honestly.

And, no, I can’t say I have ever read Nietsche, is he any good?

rus.lang
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It’s leaves you with a feeling that everything is bad, humanity is doomed, and your soul is dead. It’s ugly, but ingeniusly ugly.
Try to start with Antichrist , or a Death of God.

Mentat
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I’d say humanity is only doomed if it relies on god[-botherer]s or little green space aliens to save it from its own basic instincts.

Rationality, science and honesty in politics are what will get us over this present hump, you’ll see!

Ozsceptic
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No, just as boring as Oscar Wilde, but like you….very, very depressing!

Mentat
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It’s the first time I hear Oscar Wilde described as boring. What would you recommend as witty then?

Ra'ad
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unit of the army and the armed forces to Jobar found in the tunnel length of 400 m

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=de6_1401762845

rus.lang
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXJI2GIBI60

Check out this… Tunnel in which a car can move.

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‘Tunnel in which a car can move?’ ….Sounds like Mentat’s rectum!

Dutchie
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Say what, Bandar Bin Ape poisoned ?

Snip :
A Lebanese media report says Saudi Arabia’s spymaster Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz has been injected with an incurable poison.

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/06/02/365262/saudi-spymaster-afflicted-with-poison/

Milosh
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One can only hope that he ingested some of his own medicine.

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What was it Dutchie? …… Human DNA?

Canthama
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LOOOOOOL

mogol_gr
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Yes we can.

Penny
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Ziad- were you able to vote? Just curious

I have read that many, many freedom loving countries- LOL- were not allowing expats to vote
Italy, Germany, France- the freedom bringers 😉

rus.lang
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Are you Penny for your thoughts ?

Penny
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Yes

rus.lang
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I am a “random dude”, nice to meet you here 🙂 Keep up a good work!

Penny
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Hi random dude 🙂
I do what I can.
Thank you for helping me with my good work goals

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Western zionist media is claiming one reason to label the Syrian elections as a ‘farce’ is because “vast swathes of the country are still firmly in rebel hands and that regime forces only control central Damascus and a few isolated pockets,” They have been warbling that same propaganda since the start of the invasion. Given the stunning gains being made by the SAA in past months, how much of Syria is really still infested? I have seen all your battle maps but they are usually confined to a particular regions of campaigning. What would an up to date map of… Read more »
gareth
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Try a Jameson with ice…

david
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the election seems to be going smoothly. when do the polling stations close. [ syrian time ]. ?

Mentat
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The pitter-patter of official barrel-bombs will announce the end of voting.

Exit polls by Press TV indicate Assad has been trailing quite badly in central Damascus just before lunchtime … but it is widely suspected there could be a surprise turnaround just before polls close.

Tense, exciting and down to the wire in this three-legged horse race!

david
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surely mentat you prefer any of the three candidates to islamist fanatics running syria? you are unclear in who you support. whichever candidate wins it is the decision of the syrian people. and i hope you would respect that decision. otherwise we must assume you wish syria destroyed?

Mentat
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Au contraire, I have been explicit that it is Mr Hajjar’s time to shine. He is a stout Syrian patriot with unimpeachable communist credentials and a very photogenic chin. A safe pair of Stalinist hands. On statistical probability alone, he could hardly make a worse mess of things than the incumbent, who has shown a truly exceptional talent in destroying the nation, surpassed only by that of his late progenitor. Whoever wins (like there is any doubt!) you can hardly claim it is the unfettered free will of the entire Syrian people? However, I do wish them the most expedient… Read more »
david
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no such thing as total support in any democracy mentat. if assad wins the majority vote regardless if it is the entire population or not he is the democratically elected leader. the other candidate you mention sounds good. but could he have stood up to the enemy as well as assad?

Mentat
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“But could he have stood up the enemy as well as Assad?”

No, probably not, that was my point.

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