DER’AH: SHAYKH MISKEEN ABOUT TO FALL TO SAA

الجيش السوري يستهدف مواقع المسلحين بريف دمشق

DER’AH:

Al-Shaykh Miskeen:  The SAA has established complete artillery control over the road between Nawaa and Al-Shaykh Miskeen.  The control is now so tight the rats have been complaining about festering carcasses they are unable to remove or bury.

A command-and-control nest run by Nusra was devastated last night by SAA killing in the process the Saudi rat leader:

Abu Hammaam Al-Jazraawi (Id pending. SAUDI ARABIAN MONKEY PILES)

When the Nusra vermin saw the writing on the wall, they decided to attack several SAA checkpoints in order to distract the main force liberating the city.  It didn’t work.  The group that carried out the attacks was called Kateebat Abu Al-Qiyam Al-Jawziyya whose leader died in the battle:

Hamza Mahmoud Al-Jaamoos (Leader)

Bassaam Ismaa’eel Al-Sahuw (Died in a Jordanian hospital at the hands of a Jordanteezian quack)

Zuhayr Fawzi Al-Ta’aani

Ahmad Naader Al-‘Abbaas

Muhammad Sulaymaan Kinaani (Already reported)

 

'D,J4

‘Itmaan:  At the Al-Beetaar Farms, the SAA killed 2 rodents.  No names.

 

Fighting reported in Al-Musayfira, Al-Jeeza, Daa’el.

 

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ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA:

I was mistaken about the Abu Dhuhoor AB and the Al-Haamidiyya Storage Base.  Both are in Idlib.  One of the readers, writing in German, was correct.  The report came to me with the note that it was in Hama.  I did not pay attention to the mistake. Sorry.  The siege has been lifted, in any case.


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ariston
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With all the true respect i have for you Ziad,sometimes you are too optimistic.Reports don’t tell such a thing yet.

Dany the Fatso
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Yes but you cant deny the SAA have advanced in Khan Shaykun, like Ziad Said, and sometime after reading all that Sh1t of the Lavatory of Human Lies, and Archi-Villians one really want to divulgate loud the Saa Advances.

ariston
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i do read all the reports on twitter and FB.
Yes there is a momentum but Sh. Miksin will take more time to fall.
We all hope it falls now stafightaway to SAA but this is not the case.Good news is not always what we want to hear for the sake of loving SAA.
I really loved the way Chris reported in Syrper.

Johny
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Ariston, you are not right .. Anna News on 25 and 26 Nov. reported that, In province of Daraa the Syrian Army began an offensive against militants in the town of Sheikh Miskin. The attacks are carried out from three directions – south, north and east. Armed clashes were accompanied by calculations of artillery and air raids .. with the suppression of the road transport linking groups within the city, with accomplices in Ibtaa, Dailami, Tafas and Atman as the result of the operations… Accorging the latest information, a division of the Syrian army entered the territory of the eastern… Read more »
ariston
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Then this fact is under estimateed for the simple reason that Anna news is the only one or because the focus of the Tweets now in on Aleppo and ISIS.

juanito perez
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I agree with you. Wikipedia is not a good source of information. Abu al-duhur airbase was freed from rebel siege after 3 years 2 days ago, but only today it was stated in wikipedia.

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Glory to SAA – the only protector of the christians, shias, sunni and all other peace loving people in Levant!

inside apes
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Ziad the ape washed your brain

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Good news, actions on the ground are supporting the fact that the SAA has stopped rats advancing in the south, though far from re liberating all the cities lost in the last few months, it is a sign the SAA will do it soon. Tks for the up date Ziad.

Arklight
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Canthama: any fresh skinney on Sakr Island/Deir ez Zor? I can’t find a current battle map, and the info we have right now is pretty stale. Thanks.

Canthama
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Arklight, not much beyond it was shared here, it seems the fight is fierce at the central park, 104th has the Saker Island on their grip but yet to be completely wipe cleanned of rats. My gut feeling it is that the Mad Druze is wisely saving his soldiers life and going slowly to clean central park up. This won’t take too much longer though, rats are under staffed and lacking re supplies as far it was shared in the recent past.

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Is this bad news true or bullshit? US News and World Report, after all, is owned by the filthy, slimy Zionist piece of shit Jew Mort Zuckerman.

http://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2014/11/28/rebels-push-forward-in-southern-syria

Flanders
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It isn’t exactly new that the “moderated” beheaders advanced in the South.

http://www.agathocledesyracuse.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Syria-most-active-frontlines-10-Nov-2014-by-@deSyracuse.jpg

And I don’t believe that they are coordinating on the field. Just like in Iraq, it is the US & Co who run the show.

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Flanders” 30 thousand fighters (according to the article), spread between 54 ‘factions’ doesn’t look like a winning combination to me. Southern Syria has been a see-saw for quite a while, mostly a black hole into which the enemy pours men and light weapons by wholesale. ‘The Coalition’ has, reportedly, constructed an urban warfare training center somewhere in Jordan, much like the ones here in the US, where they train new thugs. it will be interesting to see how this works out. Since SAA/SAAF and partners have pretty well blocked crossings into Jordan from Nassib eastward, and Quneitra is pretty well… Read more »
Anonymous
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I think I can use this well – they are making a big mistake by stating that “US backed rebels” are aided by “al Qaida militants”, which even semi intelligent Yanks will remember are the 9/11 guys.

So, a very convenient article, even if it offers practically no real information.
SAA gave up a few outside towns so it can conquer central ones, or am I dumb ?

And they hope to conquer Damascus one fine day, yeah well that really makes us all shiver.

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I Heard some bad news this evening, in my country, that new US trained rats have invaded or about to invade Southern Syria, to open a new front spearheading to Damascus. It doesnt sound good. Could it be the counterstrike of US imperialism to alleviate the offensive and the ongoing “Stalingrad” in the northern part?

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Hi North, this is happening for 3 years now and issnt something new. If they reach Damascus after the East Ghouta is clean they are just 10.000-20.000 more dead idiots. Even if they can make it somehow on time they might get surrounded like the first huge wave of idiots in 2012. I think they are just a first wave as the next killers are trained at the moment in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. It will take a few month until the next cannon fooder is ready. If the terrorists lose Aleppo, Southern Idlib and the East Ghouta they… Read more »
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Thanks for this reassuring information!
Best,

david
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5000 lightly armed fighters with no air cover will get nowhere near damascus. just plain nonsense

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Setright
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BS

Arklight
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Set: If you have a beef with the article, take it up with the writer.

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I doubt the 30,000 claim this is just PR to hide losses elsewhere and to distract.

Arklight
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gimli:I think 30,000 is entirely possible, if they have even a faint hope of reaching Damascus. SAA and its partners, plus local defense forces and Hezbollah can be reasonably expected to cut the enemy to ribbons, so a large force for the initial push is not unrealistic. I think it will fail, but I do not expect that failure to end the enemy’s efforts.

david
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30,000 or 100,000. it is not enough to control one city let alone a country. it just provides a bigger target for air power and artillery. the syrian people with light arms could defeat them with no help from the army. it is all propaganda to instil fear

Arklight
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david: Well, maybe SAA could spell them for potty breaks and meal times.

Anonymous
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“Götterdämmerung” for the snackbarians around Zahraa and Nubol: they know they will be lost, but they don´t want to go without a last big “boom”. With other words: they know that they lost their war, but they want to go into the big book of history as the islamists which behead 60.000 infidels before they get defeatet. Hope SAA is a little bit smarter and faster and get rid of the puppets and their masters (USA/SA/Qatar, ….) Same with the IS and the FSA: they know they are lost but they want to kill as much as possible before they… Read more »
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What do these twitter messages say? Google translate is not very reliable.

Anonymous
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It’s been a while since I don’t hear any news from Sak Island in D. Ezzor City? Some weeks ago the Island was told to be 90% in SAA hands. What’s going on?

Anonymous
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I don’t think that SAA will do an offensive in those parts, not a real one. That’s too close to the ISIS mainland and SAA are successful since they concentrate on the center and the cities.
But I’m not going to say more than that. What’s happening is either obvious, or it shouldn’t be obvious.

Arklight
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Anon: Once SAA takes Deir ez Zor and develops the bridgehead, they can cut the roads to a whole lot of ISIS controlled areas.

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There is not enough resources to do that. Let ISIS alone at the other side of the Euphrates and then when the western side of the euphrates is clear, we go to the east.
Taking on the IS is necesary, but not the main problem, since they do not pose the main threat to mein cities in Syria. All imortant cities are being threatened by what we can generaly name as “Regular Rebels”.

Arklight
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juanito: Iraq, Lebanon and Syria are a single theater of operations. When SAA cuts the roads at Deir ez Zor, rat transport routes from Turkey to south Iraq will be severely impaired, also routes to Hasakah, and routes from Saudi Arabia to Raqqah and north Syria. ISIS is, in my opinion, going to do what it can to hold Deir ez Zor which includes diverting forces badly needed elsewhere. In addition, there is the Jafra oil field and the Conoco Gas Plant, and to the west there is a refinery. Deir ez Zor is strategic for both Syria and ISIS… Read more »
Anonymous
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what people ignore is that beachheads are mixed blessings, they can turn into stalingrads as soon as the surrounding enemy has superior numbers. luckily, idiots.rarely get to be generals.

Arklight
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Anon: Yeah, it’s been a while, alright. Like you, the last I heard of Sakr Island SAA and partners hat it very nearly cleared of rats, and was busy blowing up tunnels and disarming IEDs and booby traps in the area they held. After that, zilch. We’ll see, I guess.

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Leith has update on his site ref dier ezzor

Arklight
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gimli: A link would be good.

gimli
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Oops forgot someone else has though lol.

zach
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Offer no quarter to those damnable rodents. Kill them all.

Arklight
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Pied: Roger that!

Arklight
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Zach: Thanks for the link. SAA appears to be pretty static for the last few weeks, still fighting at about the same place they were then. I suspect that ISIS is reenforcing their remaining bridgehead, trying to hang on to the crossing. There don’t appear to be any current battle maps for Deir ez Zor, and the archived maps are more relics than they are useful. I guess we’ll see, huh?

Arklight
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http://rt.com/news/209891-mistral-ship-equipment-stolen/
My money says that the CIA station chief in Paris had it, then sent it of to DC to be ‘analyzed’. The French, now, cannot possibly complete the contract before midnight on the thirtieth, but I’m sure they’ll try to weasel out their lawful costs and penalties. Slimy bastards.

Anonymous
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They are probably trying to install sabotage equipment, or tracking software on the main frame of the computer and then re-install it.

Arklight
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Anon: You could be right, but I think that the gear is in parts at Langley. The thing is that after this clusterschtup, I doubt the Russians would accept delivery until the ship had been inspected, in detail, by Russia’s marine experts, and passed the inspection. By that I mean that the torque of every nut or bolt had been certified as correct, every weld X-rayed, every valve tested – – anything that could be gaffed would have to be tested and certified by the Russians before even a thought of acceptance could be entertained, every nook and cranny checked… Read more »
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Indians should certainly reconsider their Rafale purchase.

Arklight
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Anon: You bet!

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Strategical and tactial advices: 1-Officers in the SAA need to loose weight! while regular infantrymen bust their asses in the battlefield, it seems that SAA officers spend their time eating. This is extremly offensive. Officers need to inspire respect among their troops, for that they should become bigger, not in fat, but in muscles. Look at the Tiger general and use him as an example. As a retired soldier I can tell you that Officers that: look useless in the battlefield; inspire fear rather then respect; or those who are just dumb and useless, are all targets of critisism and… Read more »
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And for gods sacke: Teach urban fighting when you are not in the battlefield. There are more then enough evacuated towns to do this. Use videos in youtube to learn. 1-never show your elbows or legs when aiming from a corner 2-NEVER shoot from corners or from the limits of a wooden area: If you shoot from a corner do it far away from the wall and if you are in a wooden area, shoot from the deeper parts of the woods. 3-Never shoot right next to a window, but away from it in the depth of a room. 4-Learn… Read more »
juanito perez
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Train soldiers on first aid assistance: 1-everyone should have an aid kit. it’s war times and there is no money, but at least grab what ever you can find: torniquets, bandages, quickclot (hard to find and expensive but very good), chest seals (when you get shot in the chest, your lung will colapse, because of the diference of preasure. your lungs are separate from the torax wall, an there is no air between them, but when you get shot, air will fill this space and your lung will colapse. To avoid this, you can use a chest seal, wich can… Read more »
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The Wonder Material Graphene Could Be Used To Make Powerful Body Armor

Engineers in the U.S. have shown that graphene — a remarkable material that’s only 10 to 100 nanometers thick — could make for excellent body armor, absorbing 10 times the amount of energy than steel before failing.

http://io9.com/the-wonder-material-graphene-could-be-used-to-make-powe-1664322283#

Arklight
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Man: That stuff has been around for several years, and I think there was an article in Popular Science about it. Another DARPA project with (I think) MIT doing the actual research and making the prototype(s). Hm. It seems like it held up pretty well against rifle rounds up through .30 cal, and pistol rounds excepting the Makarov 7.62X25mm, but failed when tested for penetration by low velocity weapons such as bayonets, knives/swords, arrows, spears, crossbow quarrels; the really low tech, primitive stuff. Those last were penetration tests, I don’t know about laceration tests.

Cataro
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Juanito is very interesting, but I think the jihadists trolls also are taking notes

Frank Reitzenstein
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Cataro,

This is a moderate blog. This post is not acceptable. Should read:

Juanito is very interesting, but I think the jihadists men / women / transgenders also are taking their notes.

Don’t Archaeologists go to university?

Frank Reitzenstein BSc, Grad Dip Ed, Post Grad Dip Appl Sc

Cataro
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God bless you Frank , what would this blog without you

juanito perez
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I’m very glad you found my post interesting 🙂
I hoped someone in the SAA might read it and get inspired by it.

Cataro
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Juanito, I was in the army too (but long ago), and often also I was tempted to bring some experience as you do. Actually I think many of us would like to do something more concrete by the Syrian people, and I think that your contributions are very useful and I hope as Ziad said that Syrian officials have also read this blog and your posts. You observed that very few Syrian soldiers wear bulletproof vests? Although they are not very useful for bullets 7.62 and 5.56 high speed over short distances, has been shown to also reduce the mortality… Read more »
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In a chaotic conflict such as this, where sanctions prevent the state from even purchasing body armor for troops and medicine, and where the state has to take care of 6 million additional refugees from other parts of country, resources are scarce, and time and money are scarce. The best SAA can do is “OUTLAW THOSE INCREDIBLY SILLY RED, PINK, YELLOW BACKPACKS, and SOLDIERS WEARING BRIGHTLY COLORED CLOTHING” I have seen it so many times; there will be 50 soldiers in camouflage, and one of them will be wearing a red backpack, SCREAMING ATTENTION, WE ARE HERE. Secondly, too often… Read more »
juanito perez
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Cataro: Wearing bulletproof vests can be good. I don’t really know, because it does make you a lot slower. this is only 4 kilograms and it is holds against shrapnel. it is fairly cheap also. http://www.bw-online-shop.com/shop/images/artikel/details/bw-splitterschutzweste-original-gebraucht.jpg you also have this: http://www.abload.de/img/img_890120auak.jpg -it is expensive but not the most expensive, and VERY good for it’s price -It is compact and has ballistic and shrapnel protection. this is, level 1,2,3 protection. maybe level 4. -it can be taken off very easely, specially when the one guy is hit, you can go to him, and easely take the vest off from him by… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Juanito, try email all this stuff to SANA next time instead of posting it here where terrorist cells area keeping tabs of. That goes for everyone else please.

Arklight
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juanito: I think that there are plenty of tech manuals available on line covering most of the infantryman’s skills. Here, we can just buy ’em at gun shows.

juanito perez
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hehe once I tried to buy 10.000 military manuals from some internet page but I think it was a scam. sadly, because the price was only 10 dollars… I had particular interes in the manuals of special operation units. it discribed highly interesting things and everything behind enemy lines. things like the search of suport against the enemy governemnt through the creation of local guerrillas.

Anonymous
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I like to see that slate armour, but is this really a Syrian tank ?
You’re good at this juanito, but it takes time reading all your stuff 😉

juanito perez
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it does look very homemade to me, so I would think it is. Of course it doesn’t means it is badly done, in the contrary I foud it to be way more then what I expected.

pop
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Sir Ricestone by all respect,
setting your titles so often
below your postings let me
doubt if its really a matter of fact.

By the way Sheikh Miskun or Miskin is
fallen and cleaned from rats now.

Arklight
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Pop:Does anyone question UK guys when they append enough initials after their names to float a small novel? In addition, he’s made no claims to knighthood of which I’m aware.

Ra'ad
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Sermon cut short by Syrian rocket attack

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b57_1417206932

Adolf Hitler
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How would I know that this cunt was an Archaeologist if he hadn’t posted it?

Above in response to:

Frank:
“The English say that Yoghurt has more culture than Australians”.

“Archaeologist”:
This is a moderate blog. This post is not acceptable.

But rats and mouse vomit are fine?

If I wasn’t highly educated and come from the Nobility how could I see through the “educated”, “Imperialist” nonsense so easy?

The Goals of Lemmings
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Yogurt? More like Toxic Custard…

pop
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Yogurt in fact is multicultural too.
Yogurt is milky and modern.
Be like Yogurt,
Today Bruce Lee would say.

By the way Nawa and Shaykh Miskin
are seeing the dwindling hopes for the
new Jordanian trained batch of zombie-rats.

Maybe by chance some wounded rodents
will enjoy the landrobbers hospitalisation
seeing the new army-chief “Adon Ironshit ”
A wonderful German name, Herr Eisenkot.

Arklight
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Adolf: True nobility is a desirable character trait; which you obviously lack. How would I know you’re highly educated if you didn’t tell me? Frank gets carried away a bit, at time, but the last guy who was perfect got drug through town on a stick.

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When I said I come from the Nobility I didn’t mean virtue, but name and Bloodline. You know full well I don’t like them. And yes we specifically were recorded in history as (individuals) increasingly becoming renowned for our academic achievements rather than just military ones even 500 years ago. Long before others could.

But that’s all the more reason to be critical of both institutions (the 1% and the ivory tower), which often as not do more harm than good.

I’m pretty sure if I really was a uneducated peasant that I would be blissfully unaware of any of this.

Blood and Soil Blut und Boden
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if it weren’t for the peasants the nobility would starve…

Arklight
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Blood shoots! – – and scores!

Arklight
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Aw, Frank! We uneducated peasants may not be too bright, but we do have a certain sly animal cunning.

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The IS attacks Kobane direct from turkish soil:

https://twitter.com/yunus4akca7/status/538636487571832833

Arklight
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f: the last videos I saw had the grain silos at the north edge of Kobani. People were sitting on a knoll in Turkey, watching the action in Kobani. I wouldn’t rely too heavily on twitter for accurate information.

ariston
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Yes now reports are coming Ziad, that prove you right:

#SAA and #NDF advancing in #Shaykh_Miskin in #Daraa Governorate and are close to regain full control of the city. #Syria

DanDiLion
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SAA high command say Shaykh miskin 90% control .20 killed today 70 taken prisoner

Hannibal
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Prisoners ? why ?

Arklight
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Hannibal: Good question. Maybe some want to chu hoi, or something. Maybe others will be guests of honor at an enhanced interrogation seminar.We’ll probably never know.

Alex
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Perhaps the prisoners could be traded for SAA men and save their lives from beheadings.. Prisoners have a purpose. A high ratio of prisoners like this, indicates these were not the usual fanatics or that rats generally are losing their enthusiasm. At the very least prisoners mean information on enemy movements.

Hannibal
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Sure by now the SAA holds lots of prisonors, more than will ever be needed for prisoner exchange, considering that the rats execute their prisoners.
Not keeping a large number of prisoners is a good practice, because prisoners will have to be released, when a deal is reached or even earlier as confidence building measures.

Anonymous
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Well, it´s not new the fact that a lot of former rats passed to take part in the NDF. At the end, I suppose some of them were forced to join the terrorist side. So now they have, in addition, the proper training (a factor with high value worth to take it in account), why don´t let them to defend their country alongside their true and natural comrades?

Adolf Hitler
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Yes, well you don’t imagine holding back even against my fellow countryman.

This was featured in my original post.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/12/30/us-australia-boom-idUSBRE8BT00K20121230

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Morbidly Obese Australian Gina”Fat Cunt”Rinehart Calls For Sterilization of The Poor In a video uploaded to her official YouTube account, the Australian mining heiress said that income inequality is caused by differences in intelligence, and eugenics is the only answer. “Our nation faces a grave economic crisis as the combination of a strong Australian dollar and falling commodity prices sap our ability to compete globally,” she explained, “the only logical solution to this crisis is to strengthen the quality of our most precious resource: human capital. “I believe that any couple making less than $100,000 a year should be forcibly… Read more »
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Show: Yeah. eugenics is a hot seller among the greedy and notorious, has been for a hundred years. The rivals in the emerging world are only rivals because the pay the help less, and have an endless supply of hungry people who’ll work for peanuts in order to put food on the table. The Eloi and the Morloks, and it will get worse before it gets better.

Arklight
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Adolf: Okay, so what does that have to do with Frank?

Frank Reitzenstein
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Adolf = Frank

Because of my business marketing activities I have a devil of a time posting here from one machine. But marketing we must. Spouting shit on here won’t pay the bills. You called me ignoble prick.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Yeah fat cunt. That bitch Reinhart it rather hard to like. Even for Christians like you.

Hannibal The Cannibal Lecter
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Eat the Infernal Junkers and don’t forget the nice chianti … 🙂

Anonymous
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Latest ANNA NEWS video from Jobar, SYRIA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWlLcfHgkWo

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CNN Propaganda Artist Gets Hit in the head

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZpv57S0yjg

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Tom Metzger
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Destroy these zio-jewish ISIS scum. All hail the aryan Assad!

Boiler Room
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This war is all about prejudices, not race.

Keep the faith, Boiler Room

Tom Metzger
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We all know ISIS means Israeli Saudi International Services. Saudi goatf**kers and Israeli kikes are behind this madness. But us aryans will prevail.

Abu Zeb Al-Kabeer
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Go to hell you white piece of poo. Why don’t you go get raided by the IRS again LOL

Tom Metzger
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Go blow yourself up and hump some goats u damn tool

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One launch was detected Saturday morning, and two launches were detected Thursday, deputy chief of the Space Command said. MOSCOW, November 29 (Sputnik) — Russia’s Aerospace Defense Forces (ADF) have detected the launch of three foreign ballistic missiles, Major General Anatoly Nestechuk, the deputy chief of the Space Command, said. “We’ve detected a foreign ballistic missile launch this morning, and another two similar launches were detected the day before yesterday – that is exactly the kind of job our crews perform,” Major General Nestechuk said. He also added that Russia was notified about these launches beforehand, but the fact that… Read more »
Frank Reitzenstein
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LOL! After Abbot threatening to shirt front Putin “because he killed the people on board the Malaysian Airliner”.

After all the twisted accusations. No mention ever of the fact that Ukrainian Air Traffic Control allowed the aircraft to pass over a war zone. It wasn’t even on it’s proper route!

Now this!

Ukraine facing $1.2M lawsuit over MH17 tragedy

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Name of the pilot who shot down MH17 revealed @ 3:10

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mfg2Ktc7WLc

Searched for more info-found nothing on the mentioned documentary,Time well tell I guess!

Frank Reitzenstein
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That’s from one German mother. So whose side is the law on Abbott? When has anyone been found guilty based on accusations alone? I am looking forward to the other 200 lawsuits. Having said that, Ukraine remains a dark cloud over humanity for sure. This site reports positive things on Syria. (Although the Neocons and their NATO puppets don’t even have a sense of humour). I hope everything is going to be OK, but it looks like the Neocons are still sharpening their swords. Syria / Iran and Ukraine / Russia are areas I would leave well alone. Putin made… Read more »
THE mother of a German victim
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THE mother of a German victim

Her complaint, lodged in the European Court of Human Rights, accuses the Ukraine of “negligent homicide”.

http://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-updates/ukraine-facing-12m-lawsuit-over-mh17-tragedy/story-e6frfq80-1227139842039

MH17 : The Man Who Knew Too Much, Too Soon – Senator John McCain

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She is a Russian.

“Olga L.”
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“Olga L.”

a German citizen,The victim’s mother is being represented in court by Elmar Giemulla, a professor of aviation law. Giemulla is also acting for other German families of MH17 victims, who announced in September that they are also planning to sue Kiev in court.

Nobilitatis
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A Russian with a German passport as the name also indicates. The lawsuit is logical. It bases on the fact that Kiev did not close the airspace despite the war situation where already airplanes were shot down regularly.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Regarding Turkey and Russia. I read that Putin is selling Erdogan a lot of of gas. There is a lot of trade between urkey and Russia, second only to Germany. Turkey is a NATO state but have not joined the EU. By the time they do the EU will have collapsed under it’s own debt and ignorance. Well you know in the case of the EU this actually saved Russia’s arse with the sanctions. I think that in the long run the sanctions will hit Europe harder than Russia. So in the long run, Putin doing business with Turkey is… Read more »
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Putin is doing business with a regime that is up to its neck in Syrian blood, yet none of this concerns him since he has no principles except the love of money and luxury. ‘the EU will have collapsed under it’s own debt and ignorance’ Not before Putin’s petro-state collapses with the continuing downward spiral of the price of oil. Then we’ll see just what Putin has done for Russia and what condition he leaves it in. Putin see’s the end here which is why he is so desperate to give the Americans what they want in Syria and the… Read more »
Frank Reitzenstein
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I have already presented the stats on this blog, based on HRH and CFR (ie western figures). My estimate is that the SAA kills about 3% civililians. Based on other wars like Gaddafis PEOPLE defending themselves against the rats this is a normal civilian statistic, based on the “random factor” nature of ballistics. You can’t remember that incident when you you were showing off in the playground and accidentally hit the girl you had a crush on in he face with a ball? Basically the evil, biased HRH added RAT stats to the civilian stats. But at least they were… Read more »
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“Putin’s petro-state collapses with the continuing downward spiral of the price of oil. Then we’ll see just what Putin has done for Russia and what condition he leaves it in.”

Russia has had almost exponential GDP growth under Putin (see 1995-2014 below), he has 80 % approval (compare with 12 % for Hollande or 30-40 % for Obama). He is battling with the same kind of a zionist oligarch (atlantist liberals) lobby as US is, btw.

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/russia/gdp

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See cunt? The Council on Foreign Relations which many bad US politician belong to, nonetheless admits that the media is hype. Most civilians were not killed by Assad. In addition the “civilian deaths” are hugely bloated with rat deaths. That’s why we are here aren’t we guys? To celebrate murine culinary delights in Beelzebub’s subterranean Inferno! Hey LIAR! Either wallow in he mainstream propaganda media or become enlightened here. Don’t keep coming to and fro without wiping your feet, gargling and washing your mouth out with soap. Also I recommend Neuro Linguistic Programming if you just cannot get those lies… Read more »
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Frank, the source of fatalities is SOHR, i dont believe that, look the example:
“There are two noticeably provocative elements of SOHR’s estimates. First, while estimates for rebel force casualties were a separate category in SOHR’s previous estimates, SOHR has now included rebel force casualties (24,275) within civilian casualties, totaling 75,487. Above, rebel forces have been listed separately, which reveals that, according to SOHR’s estimates, more pro-regime forces than civilians have been killed during the Syrian civil war….”

Frank Reitzenstein
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I removed rats from civilian casualties last time when I posted this. You also need to apply the CFR “rule”. If there were 20,000 civilians killed, then Assad killed only 5,000. ie an interpretation of these rather bare facts. I’m sure I mentioned that HRH added rats to civilians above. But rats are rats. We all know that. They are the opposite of civilians. The more rats the more suffering civilians.

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As Bloomberg reports: ‘The last time that U.S. oil drillers got caught up in a price war orchestrated by Saudi Arabia, it ended badly for the Americans. ‘In 1986, the Saudis opened the spigot and sparked a four-month, 67 percent plunge that left oil just above $10 a barrel. The U.S. industry collapsed, triggering almost a quarter-century of production declines, and the Saudis regained their leading role in the world’s oil markets. ‘So while no one expects the Saudis to ramp up output now like they did then and U.S. shale oil companies are pledging to keep drilling regardless, the… Read more »
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You, sir, do not comprehend the basis of economics. It certainly does not surprise me that your comment appears to be based off the tabloid gossip section in the National Enquirer. Why don’t you list your sources? Thanks for the laughs.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Proof of “no principles” please. I always show my reasoning.

With the lower ruble, the low oil prices are actually still a decent return. Low currency good for exports right? Greece and Australia are jealous and Japan is in a race to the bottom to achieve just that. Japan is failing. The low oil prices will hit Wall Street’s Shale Oil Bubble first (ie created from Fed printed money. but an otherwise totally unviable busness I’m afraid). Russia is relatively DEBT FREE (this is the key fella! – or are you transgender?) and sanctions will help local farmers.

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Says Buy Russia,worth a watch,very straightforward Great interview…

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I was just wondering; where are their gas-masks, left at home?

M
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“Abrams” killers… If Russia won’t sell T-90, buy M-84AS (it’s cheaper anyway). 😉

pop
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A poor Indian boy (22) got madly radicalized
when visiting 20 000 IS websites ripe for
psychiatry.
Then met its way to Iraq got trained, killed
55 people, got wounded, all by receiving
at the very end a poor fistful of bucks for
treatment in Turkey, being arrested and
deported back to India.

Oh boy, what a prelude for coming anti-Islam movies.

http://rt.com/news/210091-isis-india-recruit-quit-arrested/

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Things are not going well for the FSA in Aleppo from the horses mouth.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=5b3_1417334009

Cataro
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Interestingly , must be in this growing delusion of terrorists by their commanders that the SAA has left until today a narrow corridor in Aleppo , so disgruntled can defect. Hundreds of fighters must have left Aleppo to go to Turkey

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Shin: How does he transfer out of that chicken shit outfit?

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It seems that even opposition sources are reporting an important activity of the SAA and the loyalist forces in Shaik Miskyn, related with this, Peto Lucem is reporting also the takeover of several blocks of buildings in both east and west parts of the city. Looks like finally the push of the terrorists troops has been stopped and now we may see a progressive counter-attack of the Government. I hope the Government could retake all the lost terrain soon.

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Ziad where are you? give us the latest on north east Aleppo have the saa encircled it .Is it true the fuck quicks are leaving Khan shakhoun for the saa to walk in ? Is a massive attack now going down on all fronts in Daraa haha

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