SYRIAN AIR FORCE BLASTS ISIS IN DAYR EL-ZOR; MANY LIBYANS GO TO HELL IN IDLIB; HOMS ON FIRE WITH VICTORY

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A Yak 130 delivers one of its 3,000 kg payloads right on the heads of Obama’s terrorists in Dayr El-Zor.  The 2-seat subsonic trainer is also an effective anti-insurgency aircraft with great maneuverability.

 

Nazlat Al-Rudaysaat:  The SAAF very much in action here with a wing of Yak 130 attack jets.  No word on rat casualties although preliminary reports are for many.

 

Al-Tikkaaya Street and Huwayjat Sakr Street:  SAA cleaned out several pockets of filthy rodents killing 9 ISIS plague-carrying vermin.

 

Al-Hameediyya Road and Al-Tikkaaya Street:  The SAA killed 15 ISIS rats and took an undisclosed number of prisoners.

Jaaber Mullaa Hameed

Ghassaan Mansoor

These 2 were the only documented carcasses. The rest were foreign, mostly from Iraq and Turkey.

 

Mu-Hassan Village:  Many rats killed or wounded and several crates of light weapons seized for use in killing Wahhabists.

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IDLIB:

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Al-Zaawiya Mountains:  No specific village or town was given for this very important battle near Jisr Al-Shughoor.  68 confirmed rat kills with 11 specifically identified as Libyans from documentation carried on their rat carcasses.  4 pickup trucks with 4 23mm cannons were destroyed completely in a firefight that ensued after the SAA sprung a trap catching the moving disease unawares.  A great operation.

 

Al-Tamaani’ah:  Now liberated, a force of 25 Nusra hyenas were intercepted north of the town.  No details other than a few escaped death.

 

Taftanaaz AB:  Yep.  The SAA is almost at the point of recovering this largely useless pile of old metal which was tarted up by the BBC to be some great victory for the humane freedom fighters the Brits are supporting.  6 J.N. rats killed.  All were foreigners.

 

Nests of Nusra cockroaches were destroyed in these areas: Khaan Al-Subul, Al-Haamidiyya,  Kafr Sijna, Ta’oom, Waadi Sakhri between Kinsafraa and Baytoon, Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan, Tal Salmu, Umm Jareen just north of Abu Dhuhoor

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HOMS:

tanher

Al-Faaw-Shaweesh:  SAA and NDF killed 5 rodents belonging to Ahraar Al-Shaam:

Mu`ayyad Al-Akhras

Fahmi Dallaal

Wissaam Ayyoob

Talaal Al-Kabsh

Muhammad Zaki Al-‘Ammaari

 

This area of eastern Homs Province saw action both the day before yesterday and yesterday: South Al-Shindaakhiyya, Jibaab Hamad, Dhab’at Al-Maleeha, Umm Al-Reesh.

 

Al-Barghoothiyya:  An attempted infiltration into East Tal Furaytaan was knocked down by NDF.  No details.

 

Waadi Al-Samarmarr:  The SAA laid another trap for the ignorant rodents who are supported by Allah himself:

 

Homs-Al-Muslimiyya Road:  A large group of rodents was annihilated by both SAAF and SAA.  I have no details.

 

‘Aqrab near the Al-Daa’oona Checkpoint:  More rats bite the dust:

Shaadi Al-Ahdab

Saa`ib Muhammad

Firaas Mahmoud Al-Hamawi

Tammaam ‘Atwa

Another 2 could not be identified.

 

Al-Zumaymeer Village:  A pickup with several boxes of ammunition was waylaid and seized by SAA.  The driver was arrested and is warbling.

 

Al-Rastan Lake:  Several boats were sunk by alert SAA gunners as they were trying to move supplies.

 

I have to stop here because I’m due in court shortly.  Homs has a lot of action now so I’ll have to continue later.


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Canthama
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Glad to see actions all over, I am impressed with the focus on Homs-Hama-Lattakia-Idlib, it makes all the sense to have it rat free and protected, a lot of fight ahead.
For long we have seen several cities and villages east of Homs and Hama under ISIL, time to get this cleanned up of rats and leave no possibility for them to come any closer.
Der Ez zor is so far a successful story, hats off for the SAA fighters there.
To victory.

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What da fck happened to Lybians?!?! They where quite a secular nation just 3 years ago…

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it is because of the moslim brotherhood cult . One of the biggest conspiracies of all times, started in early years of last centurie and is intertwined with western occultism. In Morocco for example the muslim brotherhood are responsible for child trafficking and child prostitution, just like some elite cults in the west are responsible for satanic rituals/abuse of children and child trafficking as wel as child prostititution. One of the motivations of the destruction of Syria is not only theft of it’s natural resources and ancient artifacts, but also the theft of Syrian children and women to be sold… Read more »
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*century*

Arklight
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freeman: It’s okay, we got it.

dudleydoright911
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You can thank Nato. Merely reading a US west point report found here: http://tarpley.net/docs/CTCForeignFighter.19.Dec07.pdf shows us that the US KNEW ben gazi was a terrorist hotbed, and not surprisingly they set up shop there.

Libya, critiques aside, was in terms of development and literacy as good as some western countries, but the eternal lesson applied there – if you don’t play ball with the satanic western cabal, you have to go.

This is why Syria and Russia are so important. They are literally holding hell’s gate closed.

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Dudley: for years Gaddafi had been busily exterminating Muslim Brotherhood, which was the stiletto that ‘The West’ was going to use to bring down stable governments in the Middle East. What capped his crimes, though, was when he was about to roll out the Libyan Gold Dinar (in June, word got out in February) for ‘international trade’, which meant oil sales. You’re right that Libya was stable secular, and prosperous. Gaddafi used the oil profits to build new schools, hospitals and clinics (state of the art), as well as underground aquaducts to supply water to the hugely bountiful croplands of… Read more »
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Well stated. Also, let’s not forget that relations with Libya and the West were certainly thawed if not positive. I recall seeing Toyota trucks made in texas in LIbya ( as opposed to the hiluxes made in japan ) which in my view showed we had lots of trade and open markets with them. I recall before the Us sponsored destruction of Libya, several folks in the oil and gas industry I know ( I’m in the pipeline industry ) were talking about projects they had signed on for in Libya. Remarkable. The masses continue to sleep – albeit there… Read more »
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Where are the Hillary and Huma pics? They are having an affair, and it has to be the worst kept secret. They are together all of the time! Plus, it was Bill Clinton who conveniently married Huma and Weiner. I don’t care that they are having an affair, but I think the U.S. has a right to know that Hillary is keeping up the appearance of a marriage for political gain. Plus, Huma is connected to the Muslim Brotherhood through her family!!! I would think that is a national security issue, no? There’s a shi’ load of evidence enough to… Read more »
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ArkLight what your comment about Libya complicates something I thought, and that seemed to me that terrorism in Syria took advantage of the poverty of many sectors of the population, especially farmers who are facing a long drought. Many who come to Syria tafkiris do it for the paycheck, especially the Chechens. However, in a state of economic prosperity, where there were many state assistance is difficult to explain the terrorist Libyan revolt on the economic side, perhaps the leaders could be as rich as they thought Gaddafi, but and the fighters that as normal people in their daily life… Read more »
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The Libyan Revolution was engineered. That more or less explains it. The US knew there was a seditious, jihadi element in ben gazi derhnah and tobruk and in addition to flying more foreign fighters in ( with the now dead ambassador ) NATO made it happen. As for welfare states, politicians quickly find that they can get votes by giving people free things, and given it isn’t their money, it’s easy to do. It always ends badly but that doesn’t mean it can’t last for longer than it should.

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Cataro:Gaddafi was, to begin with, a Libyan patriot. To skip over a lot of the detail, Gaddafi firmly believed that Libya’s natural resources were for the benefit of the Libyan people, so he made sure that the oil profit were spent on infrastructure; he also knew that oil was a finite resource, so he worked hard to put agriculture forward as the replacement for oil when that ran out. He also knew that a healthy and literate populace was much less likely to fall for the usual BS dished out to a populace that is illiterate and sickly, and that… Read more »
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Maybe I did not understand me, writing in English is a little difficult for me, and translators do little help in complex ideas. My curiosity is on the West saw the weaknesses in Libyan ordinary people, and to become exacerbated in rebellion. Libyans who had reasons to send to hell his nation status and their own lives? they are so so stupid? I dont think so. In the other hand why Syrian rebels still remain civil support in Idlib, Raqqa and Aleppo rural? why common people that it’s okay to brutal murder Christians, Alawites, Druze, etc and it seems wrong… Read more »
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People in welfare states are very stupid, I see it in Germany. they dont want to know, they want to eat well.
As long as they do, they only have shitty ideas.
However Libya was engineered, and they used the tribal differences.
Tribal and stupid always works with the sheeple.

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gadaffi will be recognised as a great leader one day. ok he was brutal. but in that neck of the woods you have to be. he controlled the tribes brilliantly, kept the terrorists in check. and gave his people a high living standard and the potential for a great future. now they are finished. libya will never rise again. the only hope would be to put saif gaddafi into power. reach a deal with the tribes. and then bring in russia and china to clean up the riff raff.

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david: I’m surprised that Saif is still alive. I doubt that Haftar can pull of his revolt, and there is no one else in sight. I think you’re right, that Libya will just keep sinking deeper into Arab Shithole-dom, and never amount to a pound of wet chicken feathers again.

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i think saif would have a better rapport with the tribes. he is also secular and quite progressive. i think they are saving him for something?
we should never forget that the destruction of libya, like iraq was completely intentional. it was a not a ”mistake”. to destroy countries that will not go along subserviently with american interests. leave israel in charge of the area. and the dominant power. destroying the tribal systems means countries will never rise again

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Cataro: For Libya, I suspect that the idleness of the young may have played a part. Young people old enough to work received a stipend whether they worked or not and, young men being what they are, they pursued other interests. ‘Idle hands are the Devil’s workshop’ has always been true, as is the old saw that ‘an idle mind is the Devil’s playground’. Without direction or occupation the young are susceptible to various chicanery, since they are not smart enough to figure out where the road might lead. They get in trouble, just for something to do.I will NOT… Read more »
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Thanks, it is now Libya, but tomorrow may be my country or of some other and need to know what happened so it does not repeat so easily. Not all countries can endure as Syria

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Cataro: Hmm. You’re absolutely right that the Syrian people and their president are very fortunate in each other. One other aspect of the Syrian war is that everyone suffers equally; there is no group that has not been brutalized by the rats, further reinforcing the solidarity of the people as Syrians, and not this group or that group. If I recall correctly, you’re Brazilian. Brazil is treasure trove and, like Argentina, a prime target tor plunder. Initially, debt is the hook. Countries borrow money, and the banksters are very understanding, will loan money til the cows come home, but it… Read more »
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Peruvian, on the other had to continent, but we share the same problems

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The United States will eventually go to war in Syria to install a friendly government. The United States has a long history of overthrowing leaders of nations that stand in the way of US economic interests, which of course means corporate interests that have little to do with the average American citizen and nothing to do with the men and women dying in some far flung hot spot. US leadership reacts with feigned horror at the news that ISIS militants have murdered a pair of journalists. It’s a false indignation. If the US cared about journalistic freedoms, it wouldn’t rank… Read more »
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rus: What happened? Uncle Shitheel and his bitches is what happened.

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RT article on Argentine President Kirchner. Worth the read. http://rt.com/news/192468-argentina-kirchner-economy-plot/

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Raqqa: Under-burqa report by a lady in full rig. French skanks who joined ISIS in Raqqa (reporter says 150 of them) talk over Facebook with bewildered rellos in France. Unbelievable … Frailty, thy name is woman.

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Interesting. Good work ! They seem to be serious about their Islamic State.
If it was just about Iraq not Syria, I would say why not, let them have the damn thing.
There are obviously loads of young Muslims who want the Sharia, many millions
If I was Potus. I would cut them a deal over Iraq. Then again, maybe Obie is thinking the same about Syria right this moment, Salt of the Earth, those Jihadis..

Arklight
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Anon: Why anyone would deal with them except for burial space, or give them anything but a bullet through the head is beyond me.

Arklight
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Iraq military operations liberate several villages. Link: http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/10/02/380768/army-shias-kurds-free-iraq-villages/

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This is a good article for reading, geopolitics involving the big global players and where Syria and Ukraine fit in.

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics_ukraine_opinion/2014/10/02/11-38-28am/west_beats_retreat_ukraine

Arklight
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Press TV article on ISIS attacking Kobani ‘despite US airstrikes’: I would suggest, ‘assisted by US airstrikes’.
Link: http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/10/02/380762/isil-set-to-attack-kobani-amid-air-raids/

Arklight
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Press TV article on the impact alternative media is having, and MSM’s terror because of it. There are four books put forward by the author as recommended reading, to which I would add, Willaim Cooper’s ‘Behold a Pale Horse’; William Guy Carr’s ‘Pawns in the Game’, and a fine reportage on the Kennedy murder, ‘Coup d’etat in America’. Alternative media has been around for a long time, with Art Bell, William Cooper and Alex Jones the more recognizable names, not to slight those who came before, mostly on short wave (WWCR), Monitor Radio (since gone silent), and pirate radio broadcasts.… Read more »
Arklight
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Press TV article about the doomed USSA plan to insert ‘moderate rebels’ into the rat stew. My thought is to ‘follow the money’ and see how little actually is spent on arming and training these phony moderates. 500 mil sounds like a lot of money, but it can vanish in the blink of an eye, without a trace. Good article, though.
Link: http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/09/26/380098/us-syria-strategy-doomed-to-failure/

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I find it mind bending. The likes of ISIS, JNA and all of the other satanic brigades were in some form trained or codified by the West arming and training them at their own bases. Now the answer is to arm and train guys on their own bases. We all know this is an attempted end run to topple the Assad government. Laid bare and we all see that. Meanwhile the retardate masses worry about some bearded savage hiding in their underwear drawer, wanting to behead them because their daughter goes to school. Yesterday mongoloid talking head neo con puppet… Read more »
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Dudley: McCain is not now, and probably never has been, a rational being. Consider that he set his own carrier on fire, cooked off ready ordinance and nearly sank the ship by playing a stupid ‘joke’ on the pilot in queue behind him for takeoff. If I remember right, 160+ sailors died in that fiasco. This is not someone you want on the same planet as you, let alone as an influential politician.

Anonymous
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How come John McCain has never been asked to comment on the U.S.S. Forrestal fire incident infront of a camera before?

Arklight
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Anon: Pre-approved questions list. No one asks him anything that has not been vetted.

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لحظة قصف النسر السوري الرائع للإرهابيين في سراقب بريف إدلب SAAF in action idlib..

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Marat Al Numan is a f…. up and destryed city…how do this skunks survive there.and another question;how many
km are from Marat al Numan to Aleppo???is it possible for the SAA to conect the two…???

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Glad to see Yak 130 operating over Syria, thats a prove Russia comply with its contracts. Meanwhile ISIS fight alone is with less sponsonrs, those that created them now attemps to destroy them. Just like the Moderate politicians and Al nusra. 2 years ago.

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Dany: I’m glad to see that aircraft in Syrian inventory as well. I hope the new weapons also included the Mig 31 standoff interceptor and that bitchin’ Sukhoi current fighter (Su27?). Drive on, Syria, Get some!

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Love to see the SU-27 in Syrias’ arsenal Arklight, with plenty and plenty of training, but people have forgotten a very deadly jet, the MIG-25, one of the fastest and deadliest with the right pilot at the helm, many can outrun a AA missiles.

Arklight
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Chevi: I thought Syria had Mig 25 – – not so?

ziad
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lol umm yeah they do,many in fact,google it,some footage from terrorists in syria show it as well,here is an article on it too http://www.janes.com/article/36260/syria-s-mig-25s-fly-again

CHEVI789
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They actually do Arklight, even escorted a bombing raid after the turks shot down one of the jets, after that the MIG-25 whilst escorting the other Sukhois were intercepted by turkish jets, once the MIG locked onto them they ran for their dear lives, it was in one of the articles i read.

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So, all hell broke loose, “the fun” begins. 🙁
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Turkish parliament has agreed to provide the Government of the country to mandate the use of the Turkish armed forces in military operations in the territories of Syria and Iraq.

Arklight
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Isabella: not surprised. I smell the stench of Yankee dollars – –

Cataro
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New map shows SAA advances in east Ghouta

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem

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If this map is right, i think the rats in east ghouta are lost

Anonymous
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Hell yes they are lost. Today it was reported that the Syrian Government has REFUSED a request for reconciliation in E. Ghouta. Death Sentence to all the stinking terrorists rats in Ghouta. I think they are going through captagon withdrawl and are blowing each other for the remaining few pills.

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oh by the way its an L39 albatross variant, the yak 130 is much more modern, if you can get a picture of one in Syrian colors that would be good

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Bridger: Thanks for the note. I did read on another site that Yak 130 had been sent to Syria as part of the arms contract, but I hadn’t known that L39 was part of a weapons package. SyrPer doesn’t post photos of weapons which are not in Syrian inventory, but the photo editing is sometimes a bit off. I’ve not seen you on here before, but if I missed you earlier, welcome aboard.

Victor
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I was about to comment….but you beat me to it.

Indeed a IL 39 but the effect is the same.

Anonymous
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SAA close to capture Douma. Is it reliable, Ziad?

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=f2a_1412277313

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Russia continues to play the role of good cop even over the dead bodies of children in order to achieve political outcomes in /syria: After supposedly ‘condemning’ the terrorist crime against the children in Homs, Putin’s mafia regime then proceeded to talk about the ‘political process’ and the continuation of the discussions based on the ‘Geneva statement’ as the ‘only way’ to overcome the crisis in Syria. This ghastly stance which is fully in line with the American stance of imposing a ‘political solution’ is yet another example of Putin’s regime facilitating American and Israeli political, diplomatic and military plans… Read more »
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Jason, just butt out.

Victor
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To Jason aka, [the frustrated commentator]

Talking dribble …….as usual!

Victor

Jason
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You see what is happening in Hong Kong, this is just a taste of what is coming to Russia, in fact Russia will be nothing like HK, instead it will resemble Syria. Why do you think these ‘great powers’ such as Russia and China have such fear of internal uprisings or ‘colour revolutions’, i’ll tell you why, it is because these countries are infested with globalist agents in the political, economic and social spheres. I am not frustrated at all, it’s just that you and others are blind and narrow minded, perfect fodder in fact. ‘Jason, just butt out.’ Why… Read more »
pop
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Jason, you got some points,
however the way telling it is
to much frustrating for some.
And you should look behind at it as
a whole considering more aspects.

Wanna’be NWO – leaders with their
oligarch gangs pushing for a chaos
strategy such a way that a finale furioso
aka WWIII must still be controllable for
stopping short before their NWO-dreams
would melt away due to an inhabitable earth..

Look at money hyenas and greed-miscarriages
once start crying shalom, peace,shalom
recognizing the culprits for all world
misery in the past finally again.

Stop being so stupid..its my turn.
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Stop being so stupid..its my turn.

Victor,I thought you fucked off not long ago,why did you come back?

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You are right about Syria on Russia betray to Assad to stay in power (but they will not negotiate Syria independence) Simply Russia do not want the war in Syria to continue for a decade.. is not on their interest. So it can be understood a little that Putin is ready to negotiate Assad stepping down in order to US to leave them alone. That probably will not end anything because US wants nothing less than the destruction of Syria.. but at least will make it much more difficult for Obama to justify the arming of Jihadist if the so… Read more »
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Even in accordance to the NATO / CIA forecast the result was not faked, Dr. Assad is the democratically elected legitimate President of Syria. If the President should resign now, the Empire would assert the need of a “humanitarian Intervention” to “help the Syrian people to power”. And who could be these “Syrian people” bombed to power? The paid fascist death squads of Washington´s IS.

Dear Anonymous prophetic words
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Dear Anonymous prophetic words

“Russian army invades.. because the nazis will retaliate against ethnic Russians population in other cities that that they do not control.”

Nationalists torture pro-Russian couple in public
Part of channel(s): Ukraine (current event)
Ukrainian puppet regime and its followers, the Nazis in Odessa, to “Putin’s agent” charges, to a man and a woman tied up in the streets for public display,

Prolonged beatings, torture.

The scene of many onlookers.

http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3326814977

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c91_1412322571#HU8YVdjQXh0bGCjS.99

Anonymous
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Hahahahaha, haa… I almost shat myself.
That Jason is a natural comic, dreaming of a mission.
Dream on, boy.

EBOLA CONFIRMED TO BE AIRBORNE
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EBOLA CONFIRMED TO BE AIRBORNE

Published on Oct 2, 2014
Newly released report by the World Health Organization confirms West African strain of Ebola is now airborne and highly contagious.

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Ebola: There’s been noise on the web for some time that CDC has weaponized Ebola, using university labs at U. Wisconsin, U Texas and a couple of others. Also Spanish Influenza, smallpox and a couple of others, It is also known that the WHO vaccination programs are the vehicle for introducing lethal and contagious diseases into a population in the guise of protecting the children and adolescents. I was astonished that Syria’s health services allowed the polio vaccination into the country, but I suspect that the stench of Yankee dollars is heavy in the halls of the Health Ministry. For… Read more »
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On December 10, 1974 the USNational Security Council under Henry Kissinger prepared a classified study ‘National Security Study Memorandum 200, which falsely claimed that the worldwide population growth poses a great threat to the US national security interests. Read more here. In March 2006, University of Texas evolutionary ecologist, Dr. Eric Pianka (Jewish) in his speech at the Texas Academy of Science advocated the need to exterminate 90% of world population through the air-borne Ebola virus. Jewish media, such as, the Jew York Times – and powerful Jewish dominated organizations, such as, the Bilderberg, the Club of Rome, etc. are… Read more »
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Queen: HIV is reported to have been engineered and manufactured at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah, originally as a bio weapon against cattle, sheep and swine, in order to destroy ‘enemy’ food supplies, then tweaked into the AIDS with which we are, now sow familiar. The HIV scourge began, originally (reportedly) with polio vaccination programs in Africa, by WHO, and with Hepatitis ‘C’ vaccination programs in New York metro area, and San Francisco; criteria for the free inoculation was that the recipients must be young, sexually active, gay males. It’s more likely than not, in my opinion, that Ebola is… Read more »
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Turkish government gets OK for military operations in Syria, Iraq ANKARA Turkey’s Parliament passes a controversial motion to grant the army to enter Syria and Iraq, ostensibly to take part in the coalition against ISIL ‘Assad is the main source of unrest’ “The main source of ISIL is the Syrian regime,” Yılmaz said, adding that Damascus had increased its oppression against dissidents in the country, committing massacres against its own citizens in various ways. “The developments in Iraq have proven that there is a need of a holistic and comprehensive strategy to respond to the regional clashes and humanitarian tragedy.… Read more »
Arklight
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Liar, liar, pants on fire!

Victor
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Carnival of Crap.

I got permission from my wife to screw around.

Now what do you think the consequences will be if I do?

Victor

A happy marriage
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A happy marriage

An easily understood, workable falsehood is more useful than a complex, incomprehensible truth.

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Victor: An agreement between you and your wife is personal business, not ours. If you go ahead, I don’t care what happens as long as we don’t have to hear about it.

Alex
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What does this have to do with anything?

CHEVI789
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I think carnival of crap is only stating the papers quotes and NOT against Assad folks, a little to quick to jump maybe???.

Arklight
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RT article: Iraq Air dropped food water and ammunition to ISIS instead of the 700 ISF troops in western Anbar; Iraq command lays it off on ‘young and inexperienced’ air crews. I ain’t buying it. In my opinion, the Iraqi military just uncovered another rat bastard who needs to be professionally interrogated of a couple of weeks and then shot.

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The bombing in Homs is part of a coordinated strategy between the world powers including Russia and Iran in order to ‘pry away’ support from the Syrian leadership to advance their ‘political solution’. They are trying to target the gov’t supporter base with defeatism and negativity, there are a number of operations going on in this direction so as to spread despondency amongst gov’t supporters. To the idiots who say that Russia and Iran ‘wouldn’t do that’, have they been listening to the words of these officials who have now (almost openly and under the cover of fighting ISIL) aligned… Read more »
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sounds like a broken record…keep on harping on ‘political solution’ for a thousand times already… we got your point… write something else for a change.

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Jason i would think that this bombings in Homs will just raise anger and rather have the opposite effect as government supporters will seek revenge. If Assad supporters would be flip-floppers or cowards they would have broken down a long time ago. As the bombing was a few hours away last year there where no defections and protests, i think we all underestimate the will of those Syrian People. I wonder what would happen if my country would be under attack from all over the world? People would just roll over and surrender in trade for “security” even if this… Read more »
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Watcher: Aleppo was a thriving center of commerce before Persepolis existed, and a number of the families have been in Syria that long as well. I don’t know that Turkey does, in fact, have a ‘first class military’ as an operational entity: I suspect that it has even worse problems with corruption and incompetence than did the ISF prior to Mosul, and Syria did before it came the time when the metal meats the meat, and that Lebanon still has. Don’t get me wrong, now – – the Turkish grunt doesn’t have to take a back seat to anybody, but… Read more »
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Watcher, thought provoking, very balanced view, the voice of good sense and reason, great piece my friend.

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Jason – I am surprised by the level of anger and ‘thumbs down’ directed at your comments on this topic. It seems to be a crime to express skepticism about the assumed certainty of Russian intervention in the event of an attack on the sovereign state of Syria. Why do your critics get so uncomfortable when reminded of past Russian ‘non-interventions’ during western attacks on the following sovereign nations? Vietnam, Iraq1, Somalia, Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Iraq2, Libya, Syria, Palestine, Iraq3. Now, that’s an impressive list of watching (and protesting) US aggression while actually doing nothing. Eastern Ukraine may be one exception,… Read more »
Down with Erdogoon
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Turkey is going into Syria Turkey is a NATO country and has a allied defense pact. Russia and Iran have spent billions of dollars protecting their ally from ending up like Libya. Iran also has a defense pact with Syria.

What will happen if Turkey moves against the Syrian government? Are we looking at WW3 here??

Down with Erdogoon
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Satanyahu the Caliph of #JSIL and his henchman Erdogoon couldn’t be happier with the unfolding events.

CHEVI789
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Too late, it has already started whether we like it or not, one can only provoke so much before someone hit’s back, as the zionists say “thou shall do war by way of deceipt”.

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Erdowahn said he would only invade syria if his allies make clear to kill Assad. So wait for the comming events. And after the fall of Syria the next target of Washington is Iran, then China and Russia, just take a look at the map in which countrys the US has bases and you know that the main-target is Russia. If Russia and its resurces are in the Hand of the wall-street they have the total power over all countrys in the world. Just like Obomba said when he told us about the US-leadership at the UN-meeting a few days… Read more »
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Anon: So far only the crooked politicians in DC and London claim to be hot for another war; our military isn’t up to another loss, UK doesn’t pack the gear for a real war, France hasn’t won a war since Napoleon, and I think the Germans are too smart to get dragged into war on behalf of American corporations and a gang of hereditary banksters plus poison food producers. The US and Turkey probably are having some sort of wet dream that if Turkey invades Syria that NATO will form a column of militaries behind the Turks and kick some… Read more »
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Down: Probably

CRYPTO JEWS RUN TURKEY’S MILITARY
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CRYPTO JEWS RUN TURKEY’S MILITARY

those who live by the Zionist sword will die by the Zionist sword…

Moral Rot Of Zionist Christians
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It doesn’t matter what you do,as long as you’re a jew

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Press TV article on Ebola: Recall, if you will, that the Liberian index patient was a 2 year old boy who had just gotten a vaccination from a WHO program. Ebola had never been reported in Liberia before, so – – was WHO up to its favorite trick of spiking vaccines with bioweapons? I don’t know, but check their record over the past 40 years for yourself, and you figure it out. Link: http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/10/03/380870/un-stopping-ebola-worlds-top-priority/

Bill Gates says vaccines can help reduce world population
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In a recent TED conference presentation, Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, who has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to new vaccine efforts, speaks on the issue of CO2 emissions and its effects on climate change. He presents a formula for tracking CO2 emissions as follows: CO2 = P x S x E x C. P = People S = Services per person E = Energy per service C = CO2 per energy unit Then he adds that in order to get CO2 to zero, “probably one of these numbers is going to have to get pretty close to zero.” Following… Read more »
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Bill: Yeah. Gates is a real piece of work. You’ll notice that he and his family have not been volunteered as among the first sacrifices to decreased world population.

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If Turkey attacks Syria, Syria should just not react. Let the dumb Turks start a Fight ith the Rebels they trained armend and fhnded themselfs. Just go ahead Turkey. See how it will end.

'Turkey seeks Assad's fall not terrorists'
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'Turkey seeks Assad's fall not terrorists'

If Turkey attacks Syria,Syria should take the Samson Option. KILL THEM ALL…..

I think i can hear North Korea
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I think i can hear North Korea

North Korea ready for WAR….

CHEVI789
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North Korea i bet cannot wait to test it’s nukes out, but they should only use them if there is an attack on them first, you don’t wanna give those evil nations an excuse.

Team North Korea
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Team North Korea

or an attack on Syria…

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Canthama explain me something: whats going on with those army bases inside Easter Ghuta, i see there army depos aswell???

Canthama
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They are mostly barracks and military warehousing, Syria has a very large quantity of bases, leggacy from the wars back in the 60’s and 70’s, but as far as I know the really critical ones were defended by the Syrian Army all over the country, only recently losses in Raqqa and Hasaka showed us that some of those active bases were just advance posts, mostly old and not fit hardwares parking, with very little garrison, that was true for Div 17, Brigade 93 (Raqqa) and Brigade 121 (Hasaka), exception to Tabqa airbase, that one was a critical loss for the… Read more »
Blood moon returns, and this time it's bigger
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Blood moon returns, and this time it's bigger
Blood moon, Act II, opens soon in the heavens near you. And it will be bigger than Act I. Fighting Witchcraft Enemies through the Heavenlies. The Stars as mentioned in the Bible: Ps 147:4 He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name. Judg 5:20 From the heavens the stars fought, from their courses they fought against Sisera. Job 38:31-33 31″Can you bind the beautiful Pleiades? Can you loose the cords of Orion? 32 Can you bring forth the constellations in their seasons or lead out the Bear with its cubs? 33 Do you know the… Read more »
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Blood: Boy, I sure am glad that’s over with.

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Canthama
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This is really a very good article, it explains well were the rubber hits the ground at East Ghouta, I fully concur with Leith on his take on, my best guess is that most of Eastern Gouta part will be liberated quickly once Jobar and Ayn Turma battles are over, ther are made of farms and small towns where the population had to somehow learn to live under rat/traitors rule for almost 3 yrs, here reconciliation will be fast and swift. While Duma will be a tough nut to crack if rats try to defend it to the last rat,… Read more »
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SAA advance north of jisr al shogour towards janoudiyah!!! the road to Darkoosh.

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Live stream from Ain Al-Arab. http://www.dha.com.tr/dhayayin/ Kurds lost A LOT of ground around Al-Arab. Matter of time before Al-Arab will be taken by IS. Kurds are certainly motivated enough, but lack the proper training & arms. Only a small miracle (some kind of ‘boots on the ground intervention by SF troops or something similar) can stop them. Kurds are also being pushed back in the north east, IS moving towards Qamishli, splitting the Kurd held ground in two. It looks the Kurds are doomed on their own. This also opens the open of ‘boots on the ground’ by non-Syrian troops.… Read more »
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Can’t follow your ‘analysis’. The international terror brigades always get busy when Rif Dimashq or Aleppo is about to fall.

Flanders
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Why do people like you keep talking about falling? It is being liberated. If you can follow it or not doesn’t matter. I haven’t been wrong.

Boiler Room
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I used the expression “falling apart” instead of “liberated” because Rif Dimashq would not just be “liberated”, but falls apart as strategic asset in this war against the syrian people.
I think you are wrong concerning what has been called “strategic retreat” by the SAA in Tabqa. At first I was highly doubtful about this “explanation” for the loss of Tabqa AB, but over the last weeks there emerged more and more evidence for a strategic regrouping of the SAA in response to US-led airstrikes in Syria.

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I haven’t seen any such evidence. I called it a strategic retreat (hasty retreat would have been more accurate), you can call it what you like. No matter what, it was a clusterfuck. Rif Dimashq isn’t about to be liberated, goes very very slow there. The Aleppo pocket should have been closed ages ago, but the Tiger troops are now in Hama having to regain what was lost there in the last 6 months. The IS is getting close in Aleppo as well, better hope IS and Nusrats are worth eachother and spend all their time and energy on eachother.… Read more »
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reply to Flanders below

You are right that liberations of various regions go very slow. But it seems the gains in Homs, Hama, and Rif Dimashq are irreversible. And what should foreign “boots on the ground” do in Syria? Attack Aleppo? This would trigger legitimate intervention by Russia and Iran for sure.

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Boiler: Not from Tabqah. That was a – – um – – SAA ‘command failure’, some time before the enemy airstrikes began.

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Flanders: Never wrong, eh?
A real man acknowledges his own fallibility and admits when he is proven wrong.
I hope you’re up for it Flanders, because I think today’s the day!

Flanders
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“I haven’t been wrong.” isn’t the same as “never wrong”. But I must admit, I’m getting pretty close to never. That is how it is, and I can”t lie.

Now, Ozsceptic , WTF are you doing here? Remember the promise you made! My word is solid, obviously, yours ain’t!

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Reply to Boiler Room:

Turkey’s top general vows to defend Aleppo base
http://www.worldbulletin.net/turkey/145542/turkeys-top-general-vows-to-defend-aleppo-base

Kurds will probably be supported by mercenaries soon (Blackwater & Co).

40.000 mercenaries ready to go.

Bit by bit, they shift things…

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Flanders: Forget it. Syrian Command would rather lose the war than support YPG, not with so much as a bean or a bullet, let alone airstrikes.

Flanders
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Not thinking the SAA would do anything to help the Kurds out. German, US and British ‘advisors’ are already there and training the kurds. Mercenaries could do the job as well. They just wanna see money and will strike.

Canthama
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Syrper friends, major news from Aleppo in the last few hours, SAA advanced and liberated Sayfat and Handarat Village, north of Aleppo, you can see in the map below, that now, finally, all roads out of Aleppo are in SAA hands, rats are sealed traped inside of Aleppo. I recall Ariston asked about activity around CP, there it is, the SAA swiftly broke Nusrats defense line and got the last piece of the puzzle on encircling Aleppo. A great day, long awaited.

http://wikimapia.org/m/#lat=36.3037613&lon=37.1708999&z=14&l=0&m=b

Source: Al Mayadeen, petolucem, syria24hrs

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Canthama: Thanks for the news. Only takfiris could resist the need to break into spontaneous cries of “Yahoo, go SAA!!!!” Death awaits all the stinking vermin infesting Aleppo.
And ha-ha to all the trolls and armchair experts who have predicted “bad news for the SAA.”

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Syrian army seizes villages north of Aleppo -state TV
BEIRUT, Oct 3 (Reuters) – The Syrian army has taken control of three villages north of Aleppo, state television said on Friday, in a campaign by forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad that could encircle insurgents in the city.

State television said forces moved into al-Mudafah, Handarat and Sifat, including four intersections west of Sifat, killing “many terrorists and destroying dozens of cars”.

here is the report by Reuters, I sure hope it is true. Death to all the Rats in Syria and Iraq!!!!

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Anon – Sounds like Reuters alright. Note how the SAA is referred to as “forces loyal to Bashar Assad.”
Anyway, I sure hope it’s true, too. Thanks for bringing us more good news.

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