DAYR EL-ZOR: TRIBES AND VILLAGERS POUR OUT DENOUNCING ISIS AND UNITED STATES

DAYR EL-ZOR:

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This archival photo shows how ISIS crucifies its victims for crimes as lowly and vague as apostasy, insulting the Messenger, or even displays of disgust with Wahhabism

 

Subaykhaan Village, Al-Duwayr, Al-Kishikiyya:  A large demonstration against ISIS erupted yesterday in these three towns in the areas of Al-Mayadeen and Al-Bukamaal.  This occured after ISIS executed 6 men belonging to the large Shu’aytaat tribe and hanging their bodies publicly from posts.  The Shu’aytaat tribe violently reacted to an attempted abduction of 20+ women who were to be used as sex slaves by the cannibals.  This was ISIS’s revenge.   We reported this incident to our readers some days ago.

 

Huwayjat Sakr:  Confirmed 11 ISIS hyenas killed in attacks by SAA 2 days ago.  1 Egyptian and 1 Jordanian identified among the dead.

 

Al-Bu-‘Umar:  An armored car and 2 pickups with 23mm cannons were rendered into molecules on December 24, 2014 by SAAF.  Arriving SAA reconnoitred and assessed the scene.  3 cannons were recovered from the burning mess.  9 cars were also destroyed with burning carcasses littering the countryside in this town on the right bank of the Euphrates.

 

Al-Jafra Village:  The SAA has reportedly destroyed an American Hummer with 4 rodents inside.  My. My. How did they get that Hummer.  I know, they got it from the Iraqi Army. Right?

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AL-HASAKA:

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Abu Qasaayib:  The PDFs have established unchallenged control over this town 45kms south of the city of Qaamishli.

 

Tal Ghazaal:  Ditto.

 

Al-Shidaada, ‘Ukaazh, Tal-Humays:  Fighting with no details other than weapons and ammo destroyed and a vehicle up in flames.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Radioyaran puts together this tongue-in-cheek analysis of moderate “rebels”:

http://radioyaran.com/2014/12/25/the-honest-definition-of-moderate-syrian-rebels/

Arklight sends this fascinating look into the demented ape brain.  Why are the Saudis trying to bring oil prices down to rock bottom?  Is the desire to crush Iran so great in their simian minds that it’s worth taking down their whole operation?

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/12/25/391812/saudi-arabia-declares-huge-budget-deficit/

Vlad, ever the chessmaster and spymaster, uses his opponents force to his advantage.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/grandmaster-putins-trap-russia-is-selling-oil-and-gas-in-exchange-for-physical-gold/5421567?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=grandmaster-putins-trap-russia-is-selling-oil-and-gas-in-exchange-for-physical-gold

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:  (Thanks, Erdal)

 

 

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=ff4_1419423217


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First! Thanks Ziad

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I wonder if the battle for Deir Ezzor shows how difficult it is to win military battles before the political conditions are right. Many of these tribal elements now fighting alongside the SAA once supported Isis, or Nusra or FSA before them. Perhaps people had to learn what it was like to live under the regimen of such barbarians before the SAA could move to reconquer the area; winning the hearts and minds of the people must be accomplished before square kilometres can be safely occupied, perhaps?.

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Shinaydeen: Yeah, and I’ll bet there are hundreds of thousands of Libyan who didn’t know (or care) how well off they were under Gaddafi, and are now wishing they’d armed themselves and killed the ‘insurgents’ who cannot rob, rape, loot burn and plunder enough, now that they’re in the catbird seat.

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My point exactly.

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I think there’s loads of fools on this globe who want “more freedom” of one sort or the other, probably from watching too many idiotic movies. “Freedom” is an entirely meaningless word used as is, it only makes sense when you consider the local realities. But it’s been used successfully by the West, to brainwash everybody effectively. The problem is that as long as some people simply allow their folks less puny little freedoms than some Western nations, the West will have an argument. For example it cannot be denied that Doc Assad initially inherited the presidency. He may be… Read more »
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Jack: So far as I recall, Doctor Assad was reelected, in a free election, with a plurality of well over 80%, their being a nice selection of other candidates upon the ballot. The US and some of its bitches tried to rig the election by forcing Syrians to travel to a Syrian embassy to cast their ballots, but it didn’t work, and Dr. Assad was reelected by a majority so vast that it was rivaled only by President Putin’s numbers. Since the outcome was no where near what the US and its bitches desired, the US proclaimed that the election… Read more »
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And to think that most Western political leaders have an approval rating of around 20% including the umpa lumpa Hollande, the mental midget Cam-moron and everyone’s favorite monkey on a Jew leash, Obama! (the N..Koreans just defined the US prez as a monkey too! Gotta’ love it) Instead, Assad and Putin are at 80%! Now, who should be removed from power?

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” by forcing Syrians to travel to a Syrian embassy to cast their ballots” huh? actually they stoped many syrians abroad from voting and those in refugee camps,because they know Assad is popular and will be voted for,,but like you said ,it wont matter what he does or what the syrian ppl do,,the yanks will keep trying to BS there narrative and force there will on the Syrian ppl while the criminal hypos proclaim they are speaking on behlaf of them and how “it’s up to the syrian ppl to chose there destiny,,,blah blah blah ” sure sure sure what… Read more »
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People did not appreciate who good they had it under Syrian gov rule until they were ruled by the rebels. This is why I wrote in previous posts, that the SAA should withdraw from certain periheral areas which were the first to welcome the rebels. Let these people enjoy( read suffer), the ” freedom” that they were demanding. Let us see how well they be treated by the rebels. The SAA, should not sarifice its soldiers fot these people. If these people want to fight the rebels, then and only then should SAA help, otherwise let them rot under IS,… Read more »
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I hope more people (from deir ezzor province) joins the syrian army, I don’t know why they sided with “rebels” first, but it is good to see that they are turning against daesh. I agree with Shinaydeen, it is good they know how much these western beloved “rebels” suck. these people can easily turn the tide in east of Syria and possibly open a gate to liberation of raqqa province, IF more join the army and take up arms.

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Mohammad: The vast majority of people in any country just don’t give a damn, as long as no one is kicking down THEIR door – – there’s no country where there is not a majority of people who think that they are safe, so long as it’s their neighbors who are getting raped, robbed and murdered. Apathy is a fatal disease all over the world.

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Arklight: what you say is true, however, daesh has kicked their doors by executing civilians because of some made up crime and tries to steal women so they can get their dicks wet, if a few of those victim’s families and friends try to take revenge, it might encourage more people , maybe it is just a fantasy but I hope it happens. It could also be that some are just scared. When SAA showed strength, defending the airport, some people voluntarily joined them.

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Mo: the crackdown is comparatively recent. I can’t account for why it began recently, except that the Daeshbags have to kill SOMEBODY, even if it’s a member of a large group who may turn on you and rip your nuts off. I expect the blowbacks to increase in number and severity.

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Yeah the battle at deir el zor is the turning point in the war. Now people see that the rebels will lose they will join the saa in mass.

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People in Deyr Ezzor, and else where, were not willing to take the side of SAA because they do not perceive them as brutal enough. Only once DZ units showed some killer-instinct as of late, they immediately received support of Sunni tribes. People on the ground want to see terrorist and their supporters brutalized. People will not risk helping you, when they see the army as “soft-natured” goodies, who are “kind” to its enemy, and who would rather engage in talks, and pleasantries, while militants take heads. Only once Syrian defenders show to everyone that they mean business, and willingness… Read more »
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What a rubbish. Have a look on the pictures from the ‘mad druze’.

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There is also another aspect of this to be considered and that it that there are selfish assholes who benefit from Isis plunder and the latter use this selfishness very skilfully. In Sinjar, Iraq, when the Yazidis were forced to flee the area, Isis gave their lands and properties to Sunni Arabs, guaranteeing a loyal local base. Something similar happened in the first battle of Kassab. Many Armenians who were forced to flee the area had their lands occupied and taken over by some of their neighbours who were favoured by the marauders, Turkoman elements (encouraged by Turks) or Sunni… Read more »
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Shinaydeen: So – – after government re-established control, were the expropriated properties returned to their rightful owners? I don’t think I’d like to be a Turkoman living in Kassab, these days.

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I would hope so. In war situations some things are left unsaid and are better left unsaid. It is possible that those who tried to seize Armenian homes and property in Kassab have had their own property confiscated. Maybe their lives were even confiscated by the locals and maybe the Syrian military chose not to notice what was going on. Who knows? Who wants to know? Those who tried to rob their neighbours’ property do not want to expose their guilt by advertising their grievance at the retaliation. Those who retaliated do not want to advertise taking a short cut… Read more »
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I wish the comments on the situation on the ground could be a bit more precise. Its sometimes hard to decipher or to interpret what exactly is meant. Just a couple of days ago it was said “Dayr Ez Zor is finished” what could that mean? War is finished in Dayr Ez Zor… Militants are failing to overrun the bases or anything else? The de-facto situation in Dayr Ez Zor or Aleppo is never really clearly explained. Who is where and hows the momentum? Is Syria unable to close the gap in Aleppo, or intentionally leaving them an escape road… Read more »
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No identifiable nickname: Deir ez Zor area of operations spans the Euphrates, and is further sectioned by a number of islands; as for Aleppo, providing an escape corridor for rats to exit through gives them an opportunity to bug out, if they choose, This leaves only the hardcore thugs who don’t deserve anything better than a bullet or bayonet. Since SAA and SAAF are in a position to pick off anything that moves, escape for the rats can, itself, prove fatal. Don’t knock the tactic – – it’s smart warfare.

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It’s how the Russians took down Shamil and crew leaving Grozny the second time around, difference is they went through minefields. It works.
Syria should be mining it’s borders, not really sure why they aren’t.

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Jerry: Because mines don’t care what, nor whom, they kill and will blow up under somebody, their kid, their livestock – – almost anyone except the enemy.

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Arklight does not want you to mine the borders because it is highly effective and because he is a crypto-Kurd and no Kurd wants to see a minefield in the middle of territory he claims on both sides, even if neither side actually belongs to him or his ancestors for that matter. Plus, remember, the borders were mined, and then Erdoghan and Abdallah played Assad with talks of peace. The Syrians and Turks both removed their landmines. This war was planned well in advance. They could not believe Syria could continue to be strong and defy their zionist masters, particularly… Read more »
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Mines do work, combined with wire, and detection gear and an air force- the borders could be sealed and closed for access.
When Shamil retreated from Grozny 2 his foot was blown off along with trimmed herds of the same group we see in Syria today.
Assad should mine the entire border asap and make an order to leave any bodies there for crows to eat.

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On paper your idea sounds great, but the border with Turkey is about 270 miles, the border with Jordan another 180 miles and the border with Iraq, another 300 miles- half of these borders are not even under SAA control. There are not enough mines in the entire country to do this. Grozny is one thing but not the Syrian borders.

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This is an extremely elementary and naïve analysis. You are suggesting that the size of the territories to protect are too large, therefore the use of mines is impossible anywhere and everywhere. The strategic location of mine fields could be anywhere and of any size that would be effective in controlling access to any defined area. You could mine the roads in and out of Aleppo for example. You could siege Al-Raqqa and then control rat movements with land mines to choke them off. You could defend the shores around Deir Al-Zour to prevent an undetected crossing by raft. You… Read more »
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Who do you expect will explain to you the de facto situation in Aleppo or anywhere else? You cannot reasonably expect any of the combatants to give you a totally objective analysis. They are fighting a war and the way that information is disseminated and filtered is a vital part of this war, as in all wars. You might, if you were innocent enough, expect the main stream media to report objectively on what is going on but most people have given up on them by now. So what do you do if you want to find out what is… Read more »
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Shin; a very correct analysis of the situation. People who have experienced war know very well that you often have no idea what is going on only a few city blocks away from your positions; let alone on another front.

This is why western MSM reports sound more like a movie script.

War is hell on Earth. Sometimes you get killed by your own side; something a freak accident takes you; sometimes you do not get hit by anything, but get attacked by a stray bitch protecting its puppies.

War is hell, and its first victim is the truth!

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No Name: “War is a contact sport.”

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“a must win battle for both sides” I don’t agree. However Aleppo is a totally different case, If Aleppo falls to Syrian Army totally and a complete blocking of Turkish conduit to Syria is achieved, then the forces of Wahhabi kings of darkness will be in dire-straits. The Aleppo battle has the same significance as Al Qusair, just as the Qusair battle turned the Damascus theater completely around, the Aleppo battle can do the same. The Terrorists are attacking all over Syria from Idlib, Latakia to the south in order to relieve pressure from the Turkish border and Aleppo.

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teevee: Aleppo is more a symbolic than a strategic city, despite the road nexus. DZ is strategic and I agree that it is a ‘must win’ for ISIS, but all SAA has to do in DZ is not lose. ISIS will continue to batter itself to death at DZ, and so long as SAA holds it will win by default.

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In Derah, father upset at FSA for using civilian homes to launch rocket attacks from, as return fire kills his whole family. Militants are using these strategies on purpose; SAA must inform the civilians, by airdropping leaflets, that their vicinity to militants makes them vulnerable; and then, they should unleash all hell on these rats.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=860_1419605837

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Thanks, can you translate?

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SAA also may have to start treating militant controlled territory as enemy territory all together. I am astounded that there is no martial law in certain areas of the country. It may be a good thing to try. -(1) SAA can: Air drop leaflets informing citizens of their predicament: for example: They cannot travel in groups of more than 2; cannot drive other than from 9am – 10 am and so only on a few designated roads, cannot use vans, trucks, pick up trucks, cannot cross borders, etc. You can even demand that every civilian moving around must wear bright… Read more »
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No Name: with the exception of martial law and travel restrictions, so far as I know the measures you outline are normal operational procedures. Citizens routinely point out rat’s nests to SAA or its partners, and have been doing so for years.

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Ark: This is all good, but you cannot rely on a citizens’ inclination on that particular day. Syrian government has tried very hard not to make life any more difficult for Syrians than what it already is. However, by now, we can all see that risks and costs of such a strategy far outweigh the benefits. Syrians are suffering hugely as is, and are sacrificing massively as it is. Allowing them the comforts of moving around freely will only prologue the conflict and cause many more victims and suffering. The authorities must consider something new. Militants’ greatest advantage is their… Read more »
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No Name:Syrian Command reads this blog, so if they are convinced that your way is better than what they’ve developed in 4 years of war you’ll get a gold star to paste in the middle of your forehead; if not, they’ll keep doing what works for them, and is not intended to satisfy any of the rest of us.

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Well Ark; I do not for a second think that every idea is a good one. If these ideas are poor, at least they were considered… I do not care for validation of my ideas or for gold medals. I can imagine that authorities there have so many things to think about, they could easily have over looked something simple but potentially effective, such as instructing the civilian population as to how they can help the over all situation, by restricting movement and travel. The country is in a state of emergency; it is almost expected for something like that… Read more »
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Great idea! I’m shocked at how many videos there are of convoys of trucks with rats hanging all over them, or grouping in the open. Something like this idea combined with air power is a great start on finishing up the conflict and letting people get on with their lives.

maybe you will get a gold star.

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Jerry: Anti personnel mines were outlawed by international convention years ago, and if Syria is a signatory there are no anti personnel mines in their inventory. US and China, among others, never signed on to the convention and as a consequence the US has more anti personnel mines in stock than any other nation (nobody knows about Chinese stocks, but they are reckoned to be less). Depleted Uranium weapons were also outlawed years ago, but both the US and Israel scatter the damned things about with joyful abandon, and never count the cost of DU effects upon their own populations.… Read more »
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Anyone know who or what shot down the Jordanian F-16 over Syria? The USA is saying it was not ISIS though the guys on the ground with faces covered looked like US SpecOps.

Could Syria have shot it down?

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My bet is that maintenance failed to properly tighten the main screw that held the whole aircraft together; so when the pilot let out a fart, the vibrations dislodged it completely, and the wings fell off.

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Anon: Could be. For an airplane that costs that much freakin’ money, the F16 is awfully delicate. Of course, the poor thing may have just died of old age.

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Ah yes! The secrect atomic fart weapon! I think this is a Jew invention though, since their mouths are always full of farts!

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Muslim Brotherhood feeling its oats – – again. My opinion? track down and kill every one of the murdering sons of bitches, expunge them and their entire line, even the pets.

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/12/26/391868/egypts-muslim-brotherhood-rejects-dialogue-with-govt/

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I am still laughing about that artikel from globalresearch. Typical gold bug bullshit. They think that if they drop the word gold just often enough it will increase the price and make them rich. Does anyone know about “physical gold” transported from New York to Moscow? Well, in terms of economy there is no “the West”. There are many countries West of Russia and each of them has to balance their trade. Only Romania produces physical gold. The amount produced in Germany is about 2 kilogram. Per annum. Well, it is very Special Gold by the Name Rhinegold. But it… Read more »
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Nob: Trading using physical gold bullion at the nominal USD ‘price’ is not commerce in USD but in a commodity artificially valued in a paper currency that is not acceptable anyway. They could place a ‘value’ on the gold in Swiss francs, Venezuelan bolivares, or jelly beans without changing the nature of the transaction.

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They could use the physical quantity for measurement.

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gold has been in use for 5000 years nob. paper money always collapses eventually. all major economies like china, russia and india are buying up gold big time. gold backed currency will have power. no gold means you have no real power. gold always reflects the power of a country. gold is produced in other countries beside romania. you do less laughing and more thinking. you know nothing about the subject. when they say ”east” they mean china

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China 420
2 Australia 255
3 United States 227
4 Russia 220
5 Peru 150
6 South Africa 145
7 Canada 120
8 Mexico 100
9 Uzbekistan 93
10 Ghana 85
11 Brazil 75
12 Papua New Guinea 62
13 Indonesia 60
14 Chile 55
Rest of the world 700

COUNTRIES THAT PRODUCE GOLD NOB.ANNUAL AMOUNTS IN TONS. WHERE IS ROMANIA? YOU ARE A RETARD

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David, you are dumb as fuck. Any time you write something it is a gigantic fail.
Above mentioned was the sale of oil and gas to countries West of Russia. Meaning East Europe. The fact was that not any of this countries has gold to exchange with Russia.
When they say East they mean a direction. China is West of Japan. Romania is located in East Europe.

http://www.goldankauf-pro24.de/goldgewinnung-baia-mare.html

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you said that romania was the only country on earth producing gold nob . fail. ukraine actually had 40 tons of gold. it is now in america. all the countries in eastern europe have some gold. be it in their hands or in vaults in america and the uk. when they say gold is moving ”east”. they mean east from the bullion banks in america and europe. that means to russia, china and india. why would germany bother producing two kilos of a gold a year? approx value 80,000 dollars a year. best you go back into the archives of… Read more »
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Hahahaha.
Oh, wait. So sad. At least you learned to read and type. Better than sit whole day at the window watching what is going on outside.
Why would Germany bother to produce gold? Maybe becaust they can.

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”because they can?” two kilos of gold a year would hardly be worth the trouble nob. you have mored gold in your mouth. i like watching people like ”you” from my window. always a laugh. ”rhine gold” lol. as i said back to global research for you. your only hope

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Alright now you two kids, stop fighting, just research the facts and you will know, problem is not all of us see or interpret things the same, now shake hands and walk away.

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just mentioning gold will not increase its price nob. the price is manipulated by dumping paper gold [ contracts ] on to the market. the increase in supply even though it is fake paper gold keeps price of gold low. which protects the dollar. again you are an idiot who would be dangerous if you had a brain

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rhine gold is an opera nob. please direct me to those gold mines in germany lol. no such thing as the west economically? lol. if there is an east [ china ] there is a west. more there is a village somewhere missing its idiot.

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This article is about the Wagner opera. For other uses, see Rheingold.
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Das Rheingold ( pronunciation (help·info); The Rhine Gold), WWV 86A, is the first of the four operas that constitute Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen (‘The Ring of the Nibelung’). It was originally written as an introduction to the tripartite Ring, but the cycle is now generally regarded as consisting of four individual operas.

MORE PEARLS OF WISDOM FROMN NOB

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physical gold is kept in new york and london on behalf of the countries who own it nob. every sovereign country has its own gold. for some stupid reason they gave it to the british and the yanks to look after it for them . gold bullion is purchased by countries from bullion agencies. still waiting for the address of those gold mines in germany lol

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david: Or, for gold stored in New York ‘for safe keeping’, it gets stolen by the fed. Let’s see what kind of a dance the fed does if Germany sends a team of auditors to New York to assay and count the 600+ tons of German gold that the fed won’t come up with to send home.

david
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if the entire world asks for its gold back. a bit of a problem as the americans do not have it

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Ark: That already happened. And the checkups from the received gold in Frankfurt.
http://www.bundesbank.de/Redaktion/DE/Videos/TV1/gold_im_tresor.html;jsessionid=0000j5zBoX3KDyy5cUGXZEnAgoQ:-1

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Yeah. You are so dumb it must hurt. 5 minutes after you post something you still wait for an answer.
Rhinegold is not mined. It is washed out of the river thus giving it the name. It has a unusual white appearance making it more valuable than normal gold.
David, there are so many things that you do not know that they could not possibly all be wrong.
http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/natur/rohstoffe-in-deutschland-schatzsucher-heben-das-rheingold-a-847742.html
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rheingold_(Goldw%C3%A4sche)
http://www.holcim-sued.de/holcimcms/uploads/DEUB/Rheingold_mini.pdf

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International Brigade against ISIS: founded by an American young man; includes combat veterans going to YPG/YPJ or Peshmerga. Try ‘Lions of Rojava’ for contact, it might work for you.

http://rt.com/news/208083-westerners-isis-kurds-syria/

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Radio: I’d give odds of 9-1 for it’s being true.

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It will be a great day when most a of the tribes in Der Ez Zor realize that future is only under the Syrian Government, ISIS still has a lot of local support, losing it will dreail their plans of a Caliphate. On another note, ISIS offensive in Hasaka failed miserably, losses are very high and they risk losing Tall Hamis. Nusrats offensive in Kassab went really south, lost a lot of fighters in this stupid attempt. Nusrats offensive in Quneytra found a fierce defensive line in Tall Kruom and Jaba, so far they lost 3 field commanders. It is… Read more »
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Canthama: Tribes in both Iraq and Syria are turning against ISIS/ISIL, and that’s good. Jordan is seeming to back away from ISIS since ISIS overran some Jordanian border posts, attacking from Syria – – besides which Jordan has agreed the purchase of a nuclear power generating station from Russia. Turkey seems to be taking a second look at its ISIS support, now that the TurkeyStream pipeline has been agreed to replace the South Stream. YPG/YPJ are bringing in fighters from overseas, well stocked with combat veterans, SAA and partners are moving forward everywhere or turning rat attacks. I’ll feel better… Read more »
Canthama
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Canthama

Hi Arklight, it is a pleasure to have you around in this community, may 2015 bring good things to you and family, I certainly wish the same for the Syrian people and the armed heroes defending the honor of this beautiful civilization.

Jason
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The Moscow conference is looking more and more like a suspicious escape for a number of Syrian officials as well as a post American intervention puppet government in the works. With whispers growing louder by the day that the US is about to start bombing the Syrian army in order to pave the way for the transition government it seems that the Moscow conference is indeed a post Assad affair. The message from the Russians to the Syrians on behalf of the Americans that the bombing of Syrian army sites is about to begin, the ‘guiding’ of ISIL forces from… Read more »
CHEVI789
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More proof the U.S is on the side of ISIS. They are even feeding them now in plain view, and i’de believe this story.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=187603&cid=23&fromval=1&frid=23&seccatid=24&s1=1

Arklight
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Chevy: The article specified, ‘aids’, but could it have been ‘AIDS’? One can hope – –

Happy New Year to you and yours, and best wishes going forward.

CHEVI789
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Hay Arklight, lol, nice play of words, anyways i hope you and your whole family as well as everyone elses here have a happy and great new year.

david
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the price of gold is manipulated by pumping paper gold [ contracts ] in to the market. thereby increasing supply and keeping price of gold down. this protects the dollar nob. again if you had a brain you would be dangerous. i am jewish and i know my gold

george soros
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the Thylacine
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the Thylacine
Fascinating Global Research article about Putin’s chess mastery. But do we understand WHY the Saudi apes are selling cheaply? Wayne Madsen has the low-down — http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/12/20/how-cia-launched-the-financial-pearl-harbor-attacks-russia-venezuela.html * * * It seems the ugly John Brennan, CIA boss, planted agents posing as fracking consultants, to Saudi Aramco, convincing the Iron Age tyrants to frack their elderly oil fields, which were not producing, due to mismanagement. Against more sane advice, the camel-loving primates fracked their fields with high-pressure water and poison — AND NOW, THEY CAN’T SLOW DOWN. If they back off, the oilfields will be polluted with the pressurised gunk, and… Read more »
CHEVI789
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My fellow Aussie, Russia it seems is trading in Gold, i’m sure it was on one of Ziads links which shows this, have faith in Putin as we do with Assad, two highly intelligent men who have an IQ higher than the whole western nations put together.

ziad
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ziad
hope they tear these monsters apart in der el zoor and can’t wait to hear the SAA hit Aboukamal too,,,btw I am loving these oil prices at 96cents/ltr ,,have not see that in over a decade,not to mention I have never seen oil prices drop during a war lol everything is upside down,,that goes for the west wining anything in Syria too ,,this will make one hell of a story for the history books,how a small nation defied against all odds and won putting a stop to western hegemony in the region,a shining example for others to stand up to… Read more »
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