SYRIAN ARMY KILLS SCORES IN HUGE TUNNEL EXPLOSION IN JAWBAR; GRAND MUFTI OF MALARKEY AND ALLOOSH’S DEPUTY SENT TO HELL BY SAA IN DOUMAA

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Jawbar:  Here’s one which is going to have all English pedophiles crying.  Yesterday, the Syrian Army Engineering Corps were informed about a tunnel close to 15 meters deep which was being dug by the rats of “Faylaq Al-Rahmaan” (yawn).  For days SAA-MI have been monitoring the progress and allowing the rodents to fill the tunnel with C-4 and other accelerants.  When the time was right, MI gave the go-ahead to detonate the tunnel with stun grenades by digging down from the top which must have caused quite a stir among the shivering rodents inside.  To protect the soldiers deploying the hand grenades, the engineers reportedly developed a way to drop the grenades into the holes from a distance.  I am not allowed to tell you how.

But it gets even better.  The tunnel, you see, was being dug between 2 buildings each housing a complement of rodents belonging to the same organization  When the tunnel went “BOOM”!, the 2 buildings collapsed taking all rodents down to a cold Hell made of concrete and stolen goods.  At this moment, it is estimated that 41 rats went down with the buildings while it has been very difficult to count the carcasses in the tunnel.  The SAA is reportedly planning to let the carcasses ferment in the sun.

 

DOUMAA:  Zahraan ‘Alloosh’s Deputy and the Grand Mufti of Malarkey has been killed by the SAA.  His name was Sameer Al-Ka’ki who knew as much about Islam as Captain Kangaroo.  He and 6 other leaders were vaporized when an artillery shell fired by the SAA made a direct hit on the unlucky concupiscent cleric’s cupola. He was was reputedly an aficionado of British child molesters. (I kid you not).

Al-Ka’ki, seen here post artillery shell.  His carcass will be donated to the Damascus Veterinarians Hospital for Monkeys.


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Carlos Peligro
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Great News! I love it when the SAA kill rats in their dens. The lame-stream media have their usual rat-fest propaganda bullshit from SOHR going full blast . ( It appears to be an attempt to gain public support for NATO air cover for the rats)

Syria will prevail and Erdogan will go the way of his pet rodents soon.

The current NATO-Schlomo troll fest against SyrPer is a testament to your success.

As always thanks for the updates and keep them coming.

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Well said. +1

Anonymous
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One fact that is becoming more obvious is the that SAA fails to use to its advantage very risky militant salients and incursions into its territory. We have seen such tactics used in Ukraine where huge numbers of enemy are caught into pockets, and then systematically defeated The advance of Daesh towards Farqalis leaves its flanks vulnerable, especially is SAA uses its positions north of Palmyra to close them in. The same can be seen in Daraa, especially on the eastern salient, where SAA has limited success in closing off pockets; however, SAA has not completed the action by pursuing… Read more »
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Anon: I wouldn’t expect too much of Syrian command. They’re out having their uniforms let out so they can still get into them.

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”I wouldn’t expect too much of Syrian command.”

The Syrian High Command probably doesn’t expect much from you.

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That Jobar hasn’t been liberated is just plain embarrassing. They need to move some Hezbollah there and finally finish the job. Hezbollah is way better suited to liberate that pocket. ISIS has not been stopped west of Palmyra http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/isis-attempts-to-inch-closer-to-the-city-of-homs/ …”Despite the Syrian Armed Forces success in repelling a number of ISIS attacks near the border of Hama, ISIS did capture the village of Al-Muqassem after fierce clashes with the former in the vicinity of the ancient city of Palmyra; this has expanded ISIS’ buffer-zone to 3km from the western outskirts of Palmyra.”…. They also took a phosphate mine and the… Read more »
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Hezb is def. much more agile as a counter-insurgency force, but even though they pledged more support, i think they are going to pick their fights wisely. they work on a much more conservative loss ratio than SAA, IDF, YPG or Peshmerga. and they are going to factor that into their choice of battles

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punk: I tend to agree with you. Hez is a lean and tight killing machine, partly because all of their people are proven quantities before they ever rise higher than grunt. Syrian command is well staffed with the lazy, weak and the stupid, which Hez will not tolerate in its ranks, from top to bottom.

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For me the general Fahd Jassem al- Freij is not very competent , only retains his position because he is Sunni .

Cataro
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I apologize for saying it, but there were many errors of the Syrian command in recent months , which cost many lives.

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”is not very competent ”

the Thylacine
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Tut-tut. Don’t feed the troll.

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Leaving rats a small area in Jobar is a wise strategy! We already know what Flanders is all about…

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”That Jobar hasn’t been liberated is just plain embarrassing.”

Says Ned (Flanders)

Hass
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What an awesome job Sooriya is doing defending itself.

Go SAA!!…

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Why SAA don’t finish the East Ghuta terrorists?

Anonymous
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SHLOMO MAJID ======> http://i.imgur.com/PzPRvXZ.jpg

Majid
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SAAF can’t bombard in night?
if they can rescue the soldiers who were in Jis al shoghour NH why they don’t redo such this operation to capture small villages like Idlib or Salma or …?

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Same reason they cant finish them in idlib, raqqa, jisr al shugour and now homs. They are terribly incompetent.

Hass
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Stupid Troll.

You are so obvious you should be embarrassed.

Anonymous
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Because I’m not a Ziad copycat and I don’t live in denial. Prove me wrong, Jawbar and ghouta are embarassing, they should have mopped up the entire place with their airforce and being a professional army and all by now.

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”they should have mopped up the entire place”

go back and ask for a refund!

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“His name was Sameer Al-Ka’ki” Hahahahaha….hehehehehe….. on Serbian slang language KAKI means when some one uses toilet and also is a slang for SH!T.

What a accurate description for this – rat.

Good job SAA!

Best regards from Serbia

Anonymous
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Not just serbian, even in semitic and arab languages themselves, like mine

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The Grand Poobah of KaKa is dead! Bravo SAA!!! Now, let’s fill those holes with thousands of stinkin’Zio-loving rats and primitive primates. Oh, how I’d love to be there torturing those sadistic Satanic half-devils before sending them off to their father Lucifer in bits and pieces!

Arklight
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Does anybody have ant more on this? Bear in mind that the US has bioweapons labs in Liberia, Sierra Leone, etc. and I’m sure that it’s only coincidence that a newer, and more persistent, form of Ebola just happened to break out in the countries where the labs were located. Active Ebola has been discovered in sperm and other places more than three months after the patients were ‘cured’. I feel sorry for the folks in Eastern Ukraine.

Link: http://novorossia.today/the-usa-builds-the-base-near-harkov-for-biologic-weapon-test-video/

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Oh Arklight, here’s even a better one, anthrax in america shipped out by mistake? or was it?.

http://rt.com/usa/262533-anthrax-lab-mail-country/

Arklight
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Chevi: It was no mistake, but proving it? As far as I know, everybody who would have had first hand knowledge is dead.

Arklight
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Chevy: updated reply: Dugway is a max level biological/chemical warfare lab, so ‘accidents’ are unheard of. Security is so tight, and procedures so rigidly observed, that the people working there have to be cleared several levels above ‘Top Secret”, and nothing comes in or goes out without being checked and rechecked several times. To confuse live agent going to a bio lab in Maryland by secured transport with dead agent for shipment to other labs would be good for a laugh, but it ain’t funny. At one time lethal pathogens were developed which were intended to kill the enemy’s cattle,… Read more »
Arklight
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How many of us have been saying these same things for years?
Link: http://rt.com/op-edge/262393-isis-us-coalition-syria-iraq/

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Turkey, US FAIL TO AGREE on Syria No-Fly Zone

Ankara and Washington have not reached an agreement on the creation of no-fly and buffer zones over Syrian territory, Turkish President Tayyip Recep Erdogan said

http://sputnik news.com/middleeast/20150527/1022614086.html

ANKARA (Sputnik) – According to the Turkish leader, Turkey has already coordinated the creation of such zones with Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

“Turkey and the United States have not reached mutual consensus on the issue of no-fly and buffer zones [in Syria], Erdogan told NTV channel in an interview, adding that it is necessary to resolve these issues.

[…]

Arklight
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In my opinion, such a stupid action would make war inevitable – – the thing is, the politicians don’t care because they have no skin in the game and if they lose an election so what? They’re already living in the heart of Fat City, with retirement plans that even the top 10% can dream of. The ‘Defense Industry’ weenies care only because they will become even more obscenely rich than they already are, while risking nothing whatever, and the bansters will, as usual, finance both sides- – again, with no physical risk whatever. War is a racket.

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Erdogan is banking on Russia standing down. Iran alone cannot take on Turkey, Israel and the US. Qatar and KSA are midgets, they can be discounted. US does not want to test Russia on this. whether this can be done outside of the UN Security Council is unclear. there it would be vetoed by Russia and China. this is where the difference in opinion comes from.

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You’re forgetting the Pentagon Generals are against it.

Arklight
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Non: the Joint Chiefs are only against it because they know for a fact that the US has nothing, which would be bad enough if Red China wasn’t bugging out its eyes and belly bumping everybody in the Pacific.

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punk: Then Erdogan is a fool If the balloon goes up, I wouldn’t want to aboard any of the bird farms the US has parked around the ME – – I’m sure that Iran already has a bunch of Sunburn missiles ready to fly right up the Fat Ladies’ skirts. Additionally, I’d be astonished if both Syria and Iran don’t have magazines full of thermobaric warheads for the Scuds; thermobarics are called ‘the poor man’s nukes’, and I don’t think that any of Syria’s neighbors has anything with which to successfully counter them, and Iran’s Silkworm and Sunburn anti-ship missiles… Read more »
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All of this sounds impressive, but once they start using any of it against US or Israel, their countries will be obliterated. whatever u think of the yankees and isreal, they have massive fire power at their disposal, and they are looking for a reason to use it. if u hit an israeli city with thermobarics, or sink a us carrier, the result will be total destruction of syria or iran, whoever started it. the art of warfare is really to get the most strategic yield out of minimal fighting, preferably only making a few moves. suicide missions is for… Read more »
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”the art of warfare is really to get the most strategic yield out of minimal fighting”

How dare you talk sense.

As punishment you are required to suspend yourself from the comment section for 24 hours.

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The thing is that Turkey was already ready to involve in Syria, discussed it with NATO and got only a sincere warning that in this case Turkey would not have NATO backing. As a consolation price it got the Patriot batteries it could not use to shield attacks in Syria (as Israel does). If Turkey gives up the backing of NATO there are several countries and groups that have open bills with Turkey. And KSA/ Qatar are not the allies you want to keep your back safe, are they?

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Nobilitatis: Patriot missiles. The Netherlands packed up their Patriot batteries and crews, then sent them home. Good for the Dutch.

Nobilitatis
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It does not change the situation. If Erdogan wants to carve out his neo-Osman Empire he is on his own risk.

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”In my opinion,”

opinions are like arseholes…………..everybody has one!

General Armchair Arklight

pm
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I’ve never liked that saying much. I think it is better to say “opinions are like farts – any arsehole can express them”!

punk
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hey, what’s your beef with Arklight? he brings some interesting convo to the topics, unlike yourself.

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Fuck off punk, no one was talking to you.

Arklight
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punk: Forget Needle Dick, since there’s a lot less heat on the rest of y’all. He ain’t worth a fart in a high wind.

pm
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Curious. The comment below –

“pm says:
May 28th, 2015 at 4:45 AM [Level 3 – Praetorian]

Fuck off punk, no one was talking to you.”

was not written by me, the real pm!

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Erdragon wants Aleppo city and he knows he cant take it with the SAAF in the sky .That’s the reason he is pushing for a no-fly zone ..Russia needs to step up the SAA NEEDS SUPPORT from there allies . Putin and Lavrov stop the phoney peace talks and show some steel.

punk
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i must say i cannot understand why Aleppo has not been encircled long ago. that stretch from Aleppo prison to the YPG stronghold cannot be that much.
i really don’t get what is going on there.

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Personally, I feel that Damascus does not want to provoke a huge shit-storm that would result from such an event. We all saw how quickly things heated up half a year back.. I think Damascus is just laying low on that front, and just creepy crawling to improve strategic positions. I believe that there is no doubt in their mind that Aleppo can be closed off in a weeks time. Look at the terrain, and look at the positions. Add 2 squadrons of Sukhoi bombers to that… The Jisr Shuighur operation came at a crucial time and I believe that… Read more »
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Anon: Appropriate planning and assets are probably a very touchy subject right now, in Damascus; somebody has to carry the can for DZ being isolated, again, so everybody else will try to lay off Idleb and the rest of the failures on whomever gets the blame for that. Personally, I think that there’s plenty of blame to go around for everybody to get a piece of it.

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”Appropriate planning and assets are probably a very touchy subject right now, in Damascus; ”

General_Armchair_Arklight

Canthama
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I think we have discussed here few times, a NFZ ain’t happening in Syria. Turkey, Qatar and KSA may form all sort of alliances but a NFZ ain’t happening, as Arklight mentioned, it would make war inevitable, I would add a wider war in ME, literally, khara hitting the fan. KSA and Qatar should be very worried about the crimes they are doing in Yemen, this will blow back into their nice and beautiful cities and boy they do have nice skyscrapers don’t they ? Would make sure a great target for missiles. The US is absolutely lost in this… Read more »
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Disagree with you on this one Canthama .U S A has got just what they wanted in the Arab world ,chaos and disorder .All for the benefit of the zion project and the eventual expantion of its territory. there leading the Arabs like sheep to slaughter .The Iranians know this and believe the Mahdi is now at hand .

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dd: Yeah, the US got what it wanted, a tiger by the tail – – okay, now what?

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”okay, now what?”

The answer to this question is worth 3 points.

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Correction: The Israel-firsters in US got what they wanted..well maybe…or not yet,actually.

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dd, not sure. The USA wanted a quick win in Syria, as Lybia, and he did not get it. Then Iraq was pulled to the fray as a counter to distraçt Iram in its border, so the original 4 yrs old war could be finalized in Syria. It did not happen again, then Yemen, then Lebanon, the chaos you mention is True, but do not think it was the plan, since it is now jeopardizing key allies such a KSA and Israel. Either the whole thing in ME de escalate and fast or we will see a broader war, it… Read more »
Arklight
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Canthama: Anyone can start a war, but then what? Bear in mind that it was probably a signal gun on a foreign ship in Charleston Harbor that actually started our Civil War, and who would have thought that shooting an Archduke and his wife in Sarajevo would kick off WW I? The people in the west who might have parsed the unintended consequences are well past their prime so right now there’s not much to do except ride it out. Once a war is started, it’s nearly impossible to stop it until there’s only one many left standing. What a… Read more »
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The archduke in Sarajevo was the becoming head of a large sized state. The neighbor country sent a terrorist group there. By all accounts that is even today a major reason to start a war. The Serbian Empire did know what it was doing. (Imagine that the shooting of Kennedy would have been ordered by, say Fidel Castro. Or some reason to start a war against Afghanistan.) That it became a world war was the result of the interests of the major powers of that time. Not the particular terror act.

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They are all idiots.
Jews are dying out.
Having gay parties on beaches of Tel Aviv.
Jews no longer make enough babies.

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Ignorant comment. The orthodox jews make babies like in Africa. Israel has a birth rate similar to South Africa and Iran.

Thucydides
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They do not want to fight.

Canthama
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The criminal Erdogan has few days to get what he wants, after June 7, elections, he may end up quite empty handed. Latest poll shows AKP losing 1) majority for the first time in 10 yrs 2) dropping like the Turkish Lira in 2015…., one week ago AKP had 48%, last weekend’s 41-42%, now down to 38.7%…..

Tahmin
AKP 38,7
CHP 30.6
MHP : 18.5
HDP : 10.7

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Canthama,
I d like to see this happen but
correct me if I am wrong but with 38% they cans till run the country especially if the opponent cannot merge ?

Canthama
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Xap, correct, he wins at 38% and he can try to run the country from there, but he will get nowhere in the constituional reforms he is attempting, mainly to stay in power forever and on religious hardening, he will need to combine with the opposition to form a total coalition of parties to pass these constitutional changes which he aims for, and the opposition has never being so distant from AKP, but nothing like money to change the wind of dirty politician, or assasination or jail time for nothing. Turkey is moving to a divided country and based on… Read more »
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proby military coup, as has happened so often in Turkey. deep state takes over again. what is their agenda w.r.t. Syria?

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Punk, not sure, only if the high officers in jail, over 200 top officers from the Turkish Defense forces, manages to coordinate the reliable Military Officers that are free to make it happen. There is a real danger in doing that since AKP has placed and bought most of the on going high ranking officers in the 3 Forces. It is true that most of AKP attack to Syria has been through the MIT, secret service and not the military, but even the MIT controls most of the border military personnel. I would argue if a military coup from the… Read more »
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They are still majority with over 8 points. I hope that kebab joints party is finished after the election, for the good of their own people. Erdogan has been opresing the turkish people for far too long. They have no freedom of expresion in turkey.
Jot only that, but it will be good for the SAA, since this jihadists are all coming from under Erdogans bed.

Anyways, great news canthama 🙂

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Even a narrow percentage lead can translateto a large majority in a parliamentary election. Erdoghan has certainly worn out his welcome with a large minority if not majority of Turks, but his economy is kept afloat with Western credit. Until the economy collapses, his party will still dominate.

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Canthama, erDOGan will win again i reckon, he can rig the polls, his plan is not done yet, i was shocked to see the polls in england for example all saying it was a tight race, then somehow Cameron won by a landslide, polls usually are quite good indicators and are never that far out.

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Turkey is not important.
CIA stooges controlled.

These dumbasses think the British are their friends.
The British tried to destroy Turkey before and split it up.
Their failure at Gallipoli.
And they will try it again.

The British will try to destroy Turkey the same way as Syria.
Just a matter of time.
Dumb Turks are to stupid to understand the big plan.

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The Drone Emperor says, ”Been there, done that. I was there, ready to carpet-bomb Syria in September 2013, after my DIA spies coordinated with Zahraan ‘Alloush and Liwa al-Islam, to do the false flag Ghouta attack. ‘But Russia shot down the first salvo of two Tomahawks fired from my NATO base in Moron, (Yes!) Spain, and warned my DIA fellows, ‘Don’t do that again. As Jerusalem is to you, so Damascus is to us.’ So, I basically crawled back down. Poor ole me!” http://aangirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/russia-shot-down-two-us-missiles-fired.html And since then it is clear to the Pentagon fools, if not to Sultan Erdogan, that… Read more »
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Very interesting! That lebanese source stated the russians saying; -syria is to us, what israel is to the united states-. Thats a very interesting and perspective altering way of puting things on the table. Even tho, I do wonder how did they shot them down. Was it the s-300 system or something smaller like the israeli iron dome type of weapon?

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Jauanito: We’ll probably never know what weapons were used; it’s enough that they worked, and there are more where those came from. Relax.

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Sketchy evidence indicates the Russian navy did not SHOOT them down, but induced them to go out of control and plunge into the sea.
Russia’s leading-edge tech in this area is partly something called ‘Khibiny’, a spooky ability still wrinkling the brows of Pentagon Strangeloves, which will be standard on the fifth-gen T-50 fighter, and on the S-500 AA missiles.
Forget your fantasies of the Iron Dome, meshugga– it’s more akin to a rusty pot.

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Thylacine: ‘Khibiny’, huh? Well, whatever works, and thanks Vladimir, some of us appreciate it.

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S-300 in Syria ain’t gonna happen. Assad’s talk about the system being in Syria was just bluster. they already lost those S-300 comms trucks in Jisr. Russians do not want them to lose more components to JN, who will (have to!) pass it on to the US ASAP. Russia will only sell S-300 to countries who can keep control of their hardware. i think the Pantsir-S1 (tactical AA) is more suited to Syrian operations, and much more mobile. helps when you are leaving in a hurry, as the SAA often does. apart from that, Israel has countermeasures to deal with… Read more »
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Houthis Continue to Distract Saudi Arabia From Syrian War By Pouring Over Saudi Arabia’s Southern Border After 10,000 Saudi Officers and Soldiers Desert Outposts and Military Bases in Southern Saudi Arabia

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940304000490

4 Saudi Tanks Destroyed in Jizan

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940305000222

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sam: Nobody in MSM is crowing about how the KSA army threw away their weapons and lit out like they had JATO packs up their asses, but the American owned Iraqi SOF leaving Ramadi in a hurry is a major deal. Too funny. There are videos of KSA soldiers legging it like crazy, and not a weapon amongst them. As a note, not all of the Iraqi troops in Ramadi just ran away, as their are accounts of unit commanders holding their ground as long as they could, then making a fighting retreat – – but upper command had been… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Always nice to read your comments Arklight, we only disagree on one thing but the rest we agree on, welcome back, love reading your posts.

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Hey, Chevi: If everyone agreed on everything, this world would be so booooring! Look on the bright side, guy – – when you and I disagree, neither of us has to look forward to cold, stale coffee, cold burnt toast, frosty silence and withholding of body heat.

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Arklight: Post those linkys please.

sam

Arklight
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sam: If I get time, I’ll dig back than try to find ’em again, but I promise nothing.

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”but I promise nothing.”

always deliver and always on time.

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The Saudi Arabian kingdom gives to much bad reputation to the Americans. So it will be destroyed within 1 year. Saudi Arabia is run by scumbags like Ariel Castro. The Muslim brotherhood is worse than the NAZI’s. Same tactics though. Get to power through democracy them abolish it. “”We enter parliament in order to supply ourselves, in the arsenal of democracy, with its own weapons. If democracy is so stupid as to give us free tickets and salaries for this bear’s work, that is its affair. We do not come as friends, nor even as neutrals. We come as enemies.… Read more »
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Totally agree, the KSA is country led by earth disconected idiots who live in a swiming pool of gold totally out of touch with the real world. They will do anything to keep their status, even bringing misery to the entire middle east with their sunni jihadist ideologies… Those Alnusra, isis and other islamists are the biggest tools the world has ever seen, in all sences of the word. On one hand, they are being used as an instrument for the monarchies too keep and expand their power at their cost. On the other hand, they are as stupid as… Read more »
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Assad pulls air force out of Deir ez-Zour, the third Syrian air base surrendered to ISIS DEBKAfile Exclusive Report May 27, 2015, 6:34 PM (IDT) Tags: Bashar Assad, Syrian air force, ISIS, ISIS in combat between Homs and Palmyra Just a week after losing the big Palmyra air base to the Islamic State – and with it large stocks of ammo and military equipment – Syrian military and air units Wednesday, May 27, began pulling out of the big air base at Deir ez-Zour. This was Bashar Assad’s last military stronghold in eastern Syria and the last air facility for… Read more »
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Anon, no offense dude but Debkafiles link ?

Well, let me say few things, Syria has not lost the airbase in Homs, the T4 is there and it is important, won’t go anywhere.

Der Ez Zor base lost ? ISIS is trying that for 1 yr, lately they got hit so bad trying that they are actually on the run from the base. Ask General Zahreddine if he will give the base to ISIS without a fight…

Israel is dying for Syria to get wiped out, it won’t happen.

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Canthama: I agree that the DZ airbase is probably holding on just fine, but trying to keep it, and SAS, supplied for defense, let alone offense, must be a nightmare with the road cut from DZ westward. The loss of the Palmyra military facilities is a real blow, though. The thing is, ISIS could not possibly have moved in a force large enough to roll up the defense forces from Palmyra to Kobaijep without a massive amount of transport. This has all the earmarks of another command failure, of almost mythic proportions, Somebody will probably lose his job in Damascus,… Read more »
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Too many failures, and too big, to believe they’re only the result of incompetency. Somebody very high in the military ranks is working for the enemy. There is a mole. It’s time for Iran to make a purge and take over.

Arklight
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Almo: Bingo!

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”Bingo”

Snap!

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Yep even if it’s pure propaganda it is not false from the logical point of view. If we look at the wikipedia syrian civil war map, we see that the ISIS has captured all of the gas fields arround palmyra and palmyra itself. Deir er zor, on the other hand, has been reduced to a somewhat big pocket of resistance, but it consumes a lot of military resources. My guess is that the strategy, at the beggining, was too take daesh out of the palmyra desert anf them gradualy liberate the west river bank with the help of tribal militias.… Read more »
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”Yep even if it’s pure propaganda”

If you liked the above article and you would like to contact the author, send your correspondence to:

jperez@israellipsyops.org.net

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Do you really want us to believe that, at moment you posted your email on the “nickname” section by mistake, you were actually making a parody out of a guys nickname, relating it to some other element out of the persons tendencies? Ok, let me laugh… (Check) Now, I will release a fart… (Check) Finally, let me tell you, that your intention to hide the reality of your stupid mistake is not working at all, specially if we consider that there was no one nicknamed “vk2fonz…” in that particular debate, other then that, the name also doesn’t relate to anything… Read more »
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Hey Juan,

layoff the jalepinos amigo.

I have many email accounts specifically for forums that require them for registration.

Only a fool would use their day to day email account for this purpose.

Now if you wish to email Viktoria Fonzarelli then go ahead jihadi.

May I suggest you will be waiting a long…long time for a reply…:-)

In the mean time keep posting the jihadi propaganda.

Now there is a good jihadi.

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”Also I still think it was extremly funny hahahahahahha, even more it is your ridiculouse atempt to wash it away with more email nicknames hahahahah it only proofes everyone how worried you are about it….” No attempt to wash anything away jihadi, but a more efficient way of exposing Al Qaeda propagandists and Zionist psyop warriors, [like you] without the tedium of having to read your drivel and spend time counter posting. All I have to do now is address your posts with the appropriate disclaimer and the reader is forewarned that what they are reading or may just have… Read more »
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I bet: 1) this is your only account. 2) you Got scared shitless, if you started posting with invented email accounts to confuse people. 3) you have never read any of ziads articles completly. 4) you do not have a job, nor you atend to school, problably because you live in the middle of the desert. 5) counter posting is the only joy you have in your lonly life. 6) you have no girlfriend and you are not close to having one. 7) You could never counter post any of my comments. Mentat can’t do it, most defenetly you will… Read more »
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Hey Juan,

lay off the jalepinos amigo.

They give you verbal diarrhea.

Now here is something really interesting, not once have you retorted on being classified as a jihadi propagandist.

Not once.

If it quacks like a duck, walks like a duck, sounds like a duck…its a jihadi!

GCG
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Hey Viktoria I think I love you. LOL

Juanito perez
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How do you know if you don’t read them…

sam j haim
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newsworthy find anonymous.

Saladin
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Debka is zionist propaganda. Pulleeez! Do not post here.

gimli
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Load of crap lol

Flanders
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No, SAA will hold on as long as possible to Deir Ez Zor, but it will be very hard now the M20 is gone. Keeping the airport open is essential.

Coming weeks/months will indicate if the SAA can stay in Deir-Ez-Zor. There is no doubt that ISIS will mount some heavy attacks with “Ramadi gear”.

If not, then the tactical retreat will hopefully not be the usual clusterfuck à la Tabqa, Idlib, Palmyra; etc…

Wait and see.

javito
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Always the same , blow me you cunt

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Obama ordered CIA to train ISIS jihadists in Jordan: Declassified documents

U.S. intelligence documents released to a government watchdog confirms the suspicions that the United States and some of its so-called coalition partners had actually facilitated the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) as an effective adversary against the government of the Syrian dictator President Bashar al-Assad.

In addition, ISIS members were initially trained by members and contractors of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) at facilities in Jordan in 2012.

http://www.examiner.com/article/obama-ordered-cia-to-train-isis-jihadists-declassified-documents?CID=examiner_alerts_article

Arklight
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sam: this is old news, but thanks.

javito
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You’r still a hiding troll.This is not new for us . You’v posted this only because you want to gain our trust.

Thucydides
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USA is a decoy.
Israel is a decoy.

London and Paris bankers are the masterminds.
Already for 95 years dominating the Arabs through Sykes-Picot.

20 million+ Arabs died because of this.

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Russian stab in the back
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Britain and Russia to resume Syria talks
David Cameron and Vladimir Putin spoke on the phone for half an hour

The spokesperson said the prime minister reiterated his belief that Assad could not be part of the solution in Syria, and the two leaders agreed that “both countries should continue talks with the moderate Syrian opposition as part of this effort”.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/may/26/uk-russia-resume-syria-talks-cameron-putin

Thucydides
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It is not about Assad, Syrian government, SAA.
This is about surrounding Hezbollah.
Israel lost the battle in 2006 but will try to win the war from Hezbollah.
They will use their mercenary proxies and religious nutcases to do the crushing for them.
Then Hezbollah will be a thing of the past.

Arklight
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Russian: While Bad Vlad is making chin music with Cameron, he’s also sending shiploads of weapons to Syria. Make a note that anyone who can walk and chew gum at the same time is dangerous.

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The Gaurdian? really, you might as well quote CNN or even the israeli media.

Anonymous
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Your reference to of child molesters in every paragraph is worrying me Ziad. Are you sure you are not psychologically projecting your own fantasies?

Stein Atle Bauge
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no it’s completely factual. well-known problem of English gentlemen

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Read all about the Jew, Lord Janner, at veteranstoday — or, read the BS crap on Guardio about pedos, where Janner’s name goes unmentioned. That should give you an idea how badly England is infested and run by kiddy-fiddlers.

Thucydides
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Such a comment is below the belt.
You make it personal again.

Syrper Moderator
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Ziads personal assistant.

No!

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How is a NFZ even established? Is it an area with thousands of S300 style SAM batteries with advanced radar systems like the Iron Dome, or a treaty signed by all the traitor Arab states that means if Syria flies over there, they can invade with full military force in conjunction with the Israel, Turkish, NATO and US Zio dogs and pigs? Which one is it?

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”according to certain sources”

Wow……..!

”I don’t know if its true or not…”

Why post it then?

”there always seem to be rumors going around”

No shit Sherlock…..

”whats really going on??”

Sums up your post!

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The SAA just lost another base…..according to certain sources…I don’t know if its true or not…there always seem to be rumours going around….whats really going on??
The SAA have an airforce and heavy machinery….when the terrorist move to attack, can’t they just call in the planes and take them out? I don’t understand the specifics of warfare, but I would appreciate if someone could tell me their input….I just figured that if there is a lot of desert territory, it would be easy to identify terrorist convoys and target them..

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Joe: You hit upon the question that nobody in Syrian command can come up with a believable answer to. Certainly not the fat guts in brand new BDUs who hang out in Damascus.If somebody comes up with the answer, please let us all know.

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well, that’s why Suleiman has stepped in, apparently it is causing a lot of disgruntlement with the top SAA brass. but if Iran wants to save its investment in Syria, it is basically going to have to take charge of the SAA

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Iran only cares about valuable areas of Syria, specifically the capital and the coast where most of the Alawites are located. They honestly don’t care about the rest of Syria and the rest of Syria is most likely gone for good.

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punk:Since the lard asses in Damascus can’t get the job done, bringing in Suleiman is logical. Syrian shouldn’t lose the war just because feelings might be hurt in Syrian command. Let’s see what happens.

Juanito perez
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His name is “Soleimani” not “Suleiman

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Hey Arklight,

have you ever played chess?

Yours truly

Brigadier General

Fatguts B Randnewbdu.

Arklight
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Yup.

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even if they lost a base which they did not what good will it do them. the base will be empty

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Sure, I’d love to tell you why that is not possible. You see, if this was a western air force they would be able to do what you are talking about. However, since the Syrian Air Force does not have precision strike capability they pretty much miss 80-90% of the time. Since Syria is a broke country, and smart-bombs are expensive it is not even efficient for Syria to use precision strikes even if they had the capability, which they don’t because their planes are 90% from old Soviet era, which lack modern avionics. Also, Syria lacks the other things… Read more »
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juanito: Yeah, some of us have been wailin’ on the same theme for quite a while.

General_Armchair_Arklight@gmail.com
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”Yeah, some of us have been wailin”’

Stop your wailing and start providing.

Arklight
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Hey! Needle Dick! Is that you? Still haven’t drowned in your own shit? Too bad.

Juanito perez
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Thats anon lvl 8 posting under my name. Don’t mind him hahahahah he can’t do anything about it…. XD

Anonymous
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”Thats anon lvl 8 posting under my name. Don’t mind him hahahahah he can’t do anything about it…. XD”

You are able to prove that?

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Ok anon8/setright posting under my name. You are wrong ones again, because the SAAF is totally capable of doing just fine with regular armament. More over, it has prooven in several ocations an amazing capability to overcome obstacles of all kinds. Also, it has prooven to be even more efective then coalition forces, doeing exactly the same with much less. This is so, because it is not a cuestion of technic, but a cuestion of inteligence and capability (both you lack as well setright). Of course, it is undeniable that better equipment would do things easier, but for the moment… Read more »
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”Ok anon8/setright posting under my name”

My my, I can’t speak for setright, but I [anon8] must be a very busy boy.

So many posts……and I don’t even know it!

What a legend I am.

Now:

”This is having a negative impact on the picture people have about you.”

By people you mean the terrorist propagandists and the paid Zionist Psyops warriors that flood this forum every time the Jihadis are obliterated.

What can I say ”Juan”….life’s a bitch.

I will just have to learn to live with it.

Juanito perez
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Syrian air force is an old air force. It has a handful of new planes but thats it. 90% of the videos from the conflict show Syrian Air Force aircraft missing their targets. It is not extremely effective. Anyways, none of this means anything. Do you not realize the West is just patiently waiting as the entire Syrian Military grinds down and weakens and they will declare a no-fly zone just like they did in Yugoslavia, Libya, and Iraq. Every month more Syrian Air Craft are shot down or destroyed in their bases, more tanks destroyed, more material lost. It… Read more »
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”Syrian air force is an old air force.”

Thucydides
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The terrain is the issue.
They do not defend deserts.
And anyone would understand why.
The season overs good coverage for ground forces.

Juanito perez
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Well, the problem is you need spoters. Also, ghe SAAF is very active making a lot of sorties everyday, so there is not a lot of time for that.

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Canthama
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Global support to Syria is growing, from a wall in Firenze, Italy.
Grazie mille I miei amici.

https://mobile.twitter.com/marcogiuseppi/status/603144573523726337/photo/1

Thucydides
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Syrians will fight.
Hezbollah will fight.
Iranians will fight.
Russians will fight.
Internationals will fight.

https://youtu.be/2gke0FtgFSk

For the SYRIAN women and children!

gamejoe
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Then why have those people not been given training and not been given assault and sniper rifles to fight for Syria. They really have to suck the cock of nusrats if the trend continues, while with better syrian policy syria could have been rat free already.

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gamejoe: There are a lot of local defense forces throughout Syria and they’ve killed a lot of rats in defense of their towns and homes. On the other side, there also plenty of fit citizens who are not interested fighting the enemy, even after their towns have been occupied by IS, with all of the attendant horrors. With them, there is nothing you can do, sorry to say, except let ’em take their damned medicine and whine.

Thucydides
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“The strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must.”
– Thucydides

“12. There are five dangerous faults which may affect a general: (1) Recklessness, which leads to destruction; (2) cowardice, which leads to capture; (3) a hasty temper, which can be provoked by insults; (4) a delicacy of honor which is sensitive to shame; (5) over-solicitude for his men, which exposes him to worry and trouble.”

– Sun Tzu

Those that are cowards can be captured, tortured and killed.
Their weakness.
We should not worry about the weak.

Arklight
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Thucidides: I’ll sail for all that – – good post.

radioyaran
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This site exposes the murderous activities of Chechen terrorists in Northern Syria:
http://www.chechensinsyria.com/

albator
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albator

Hey radio telaviv your jihadi lover flandre is chechen?

Flanders
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Flanders

albator:
“Hey-didley-ho, Checharinos!”

Anonymous
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Russia’s nuclear threats ‘deeply troubling’: NATO chief Stoltenberg http://news.yahoo.com/russias-nuclear-threats-deeply-troubling-nato-chief-190202367.html Russia’s plans to deploy nuclear-capable missiles in Kaliningrad — near Poland’s border — and its threat to move nuclear forces in Crimea would “fundamentally change the balance of security in Europe,” Stoltenberg said in speech during a visit to Washington. “Russia’s recent use of nuclear rhetoric, exercises and operations are deeply troubling,” he told an audience at the Center for Strategic and International Studies =====> http://i.imgur.com/PzPRvXZ.jpg “Russia has also significantly increased the scale, number and range of pro-active flights by nuclear capable bombers across much of the globe,” Stoltenberg said. The… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: NATO apparently never heard the wise old adage, ‘Stay out of bars, and keep your pecker in your pocket. Both policies greatly reduce the risk of having your ass royally kicked.’

Thucydides
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NATO has become a terrorist organization.
They shot down MH17 and before that maybe 1 plane a year.
Covering it up with fake stories.
They are specialized in shooting down planes with heads of state in it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerolinee_Itavia_Flight_870
(mass murder by NATO on civilian passengers)

NATO tried to shoot down Gadhafi and ended with shooting down a passenger airlines near Italy.

DO NOT FLY EUROPEANS!!!

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Ziad,
is this video and the translation below it authentic? If yes, is this not embarassing?
http://eaworldview.com/2015/04/syria-video-feature-is-this-when-famous-colonel-the-tiger-hassan-appealed-to-damascus-for-reinforcements/

albator
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albator

Hey radio hasbara go fuck your lover chechen goat flandre.

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”If yes, is this not embarassing?”

The answer to this question is worth 2 points.

Please email your answer to radioyaran@israellipsyops.org.net

God Protects the Syrian Army!
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The successful completion of the Qalamoun campaign will free hundreds of men and equipment to redeploy to other hot fronts. The enemy realizes this and is trying to grab as much territory as possible. For now the SAA is protecting key communication and supply lines with opportunistic attacks to keep the enemy honest. I don’t sense panic among the armed forces as they continue to doggedly confront the enemy in Homs and Idlib. I believe the enemy attacks in these 2 governorates has always been about preventing the fall of the 2nd biggest prize of the war— the city of… Read more »
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Ziad, as soon as a no flight zone is established over Syria by the United State could you or Leith post a map up so the readers can see how extensive it is? Will it affect civilian flights also? Thanks for your news updates Ziad.

Anonymous
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Syrian born and bred =======> http://i.imgur.com/PzPRvXZ.jpg

Shin
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The Trolls are back from their holiday.

Anonymous
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You can smell’em a mile away!!

Anonymous
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Beware the Hasbara Trolls

Anonymous
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Man do they smell bad!! eeeww! yuuk!

Anonymous
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Fladers and Mentat will like this.. 2 israeli pilots byte the dust in Yemen. .LMAO..

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/05/25/additional-confirmation-of-yemen-nuclear-attack/

Israeli planes painted with Saudi Royal signs ,falling from the skies like flies.. LOLOLOLOLOLOL
Weak Airforce indeed.. how embarrasing , were are now the Telaviv hordes that were claiming the israeli
airforce cannot be touched? LOL

And BTW the new nuclear mini weapons used in Yemen ,shows the desperation of the Hasbara minions ,
that have no way to stop the advance of Yemenis.. IRAN will be incredibly Rich once Yemenis Plant a flag on Riyad.. LOL

Anonymous
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They’re like that Israeli astronaut who went up to space and never came back!

hahahahahahahahahaha!

Ozskeptic
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Anon: So where is our Manturd past few days?
Too many SAA wins for him to ‘spin’ into defeats, do you think?

Anonymous
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So how are the troops going to be reinforced and resupplied in Der Ez Zor with ISISrael taking over Plamyra?

Flanders
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Deir Ez Zor airport. Obviously, not everything can flown in (tanks, etc..).

Anonymous
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Flanders =========> http://i.imgur.com/PzPRvXZ.jpg

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”Deir Ez Zor airport. Obviously, not everything can flown in (tanks, etc..).”

Yeah right…..in the Simpsons world.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Tanks serve best as ATGM magnets. Decoys. Make thousands upon thousands of ATGM decoys.

Homer Simpson
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Homer Simpson

SHUT UP FLANDERS!

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Hillary’s State Dept Sold Weapons to Clinton Foundation Big Donor States During her time as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton approved dozens of weapons sales to governments that had also donated money to the Clinton Foundation, her family’s philanthropic empire, an International Business Times investigation has found http://sputnik news.com/us/20150527/1022630595.html One such deal, cleared by Clinton’s State Department in late 2011, called for a consortium of American defense contractors led by Boeing to deliver $29 billion worth of advanced fighter jets to Saudi Arabia. But before Clinton became secretary of state, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia donated $10 million to the… Read more »
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Hoist by Its Own Petard: Washington Rapidly Losing Its Global Dominance Washington has obviously failed to bring Russia to its knees, F. William Engdahl stressed, adding that US oligarchy has ultimately found themselves “hoist with their own petard” The recent visit of US Secretary of State John Kerry to Sochi indicated that Washington has seemingly realized the stupidity of its provocations against Russia, American German economic researcher and historian F. William Engdahl pointed out, adding that the US, once an unchallenged sole superpower is rapidly losing its global influence http://sputnik news.com/politics/20150526/1022582791.html “Far from reacting as a helpless victim and cowering… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: Good post!

Thucydides
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There will be a new world order.
One without Americans and British.
Not on a billion world there will be Americans and British people.

Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, ?

In London the hammer fall will hit hardest.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
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”Hezbollah drones killing”

Naughty drones.

God Protects the Syrian Army!
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Good news. The SAA has taken the Al-Jawmah checkpoint near Musayabeen relieving the enemy siege of Ariha. The SAA has also fought its way to Tal Muntar and is currently fighting outside Al-Frikka.
More good news. The SAA has repelled another enemy attack on Abu Al-Dhuhour AB inflicting heavy casualties on the enemy.

Note. There is no truth to the rumors that the SAA is bugging out of Deir Ezzor. Just more rat disinformation.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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There are NO new recruits for the London and Paris bankers proxy war on Syria. The bankers want to control Syria and install their private central bank to control and skim the money flow. The Israeli’s want to remove Hezbollah from Lebanon for once and for all. The Turks want to create a bigger country. Qatar and Saudi Arabia want to make it ONE religious versions of Islam (Sunni Wahhabis) all the way to Turkish border. The Americans want to deal with Iran. And Syria is a stepping stone in Iran. The Americans want to remove the Russian naval base.… Read more »
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Russian Evacuation Plane to Deliver Aid to War-Torn Syria A Russian plane will deliver humanitarian aid to Syria, evacuating Russian citizens on its way back from the conflict-torn country, a spokesperson of the Russian Emergencies Ministry said on Thursday http://sputnik news.com/middleeast/20150528/1022636876.html MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The plane is expected to bring back around 90 Russian citizens, as well as nationals of other countries, from Latakia. “The departure of the [Ilyushin/Candid] Il-76 plane is planned for the morning of May 28. By order of the Russian government the special aircraft will deliver over 21.5 tonnes of humanitarian cargo to Syria’s [port city… Read more »
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Anon: If Russia is evacuating Russins, and others, from a currently secure area, that’s not a good sign.

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A choice people make. No ramifications on the situation in Syria.

Thucydides
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No it is not a good sign.
Neither are the signs for thermonuclear war.
You better worry yourself about that one.

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Arklight: Hello! Nice to see you posting regularly again.
Interesting that Manturd has been so subdued in the past 2 days that he can’t even post just to spit his usual venom at you!
As I have said before, he’s clearly not the same old mentat anymore.

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Oz: Mentat is missing? I hadn’t noticed. By the way, how’s the little one doing? Anything positive going on with the autism? All the best to all of yours, of course.

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Shadowy Anti-Muslim Website Targets Pro-Palestinian Students A secretive group called the “Canary Mission” has launched a website identifying pro-Palestinian activists on American college campuses in an effort to prevent those people from getting jobs http://sputnik news.com/us/20150528/1022638830.html Since launching in mid-May, the group’s website has compiled the profiles more than 50 students, recent graduates, and faculty members whom it labels as “anti-freedom, anti-American, and anti-Semitic.” Daniel Pipes =========> http://i.imgur.com/PzPRvXZ.jpg Daniel Pipes, president of the Middle East Forum, defended Canary Mission as a way of forcing people to understand the seriousness of their political stands. “Factually documenting who one’s adversaries are and… Read more »
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Why would you want to live or work in the USA?
It is a hellhole.
Go to Europe.

Anonymous
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Why would you want to live or work in Europe?!
Go to Singapore, Hong Kong or Shanghai
hahahahaha!

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Thucydides: “Go to Europe” you say! [home of The London Bankers!]
Thermonuclear war is coming soon isn’t it ????
“Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris..”
We shouldn’t take travel advice from you.
If your opinions are taken seriously we may as well all just stay put and wait for the end.

Thucydides
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I have already planned a survival strategy for over 1 year.
With a little luck I might make it.
Difficult to see the future is.

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funny how that never works the other way round. when israel and jews make decisions which impact millions of lives, no one is allowed to question it. but when young people stand against injustice, then somehow “attacking Israel is serious business, not some inconsequential game, and that their actions can damage both Israel and their future careers”

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Anon:Pipes doesn’t provide any verifiable evidence that the subjects of Canary Mission harassment are, in fact, ‘attacking Israel’. Personally, I think virtually all of Israels policies toward anyone are despicable, the sole exception being when Israel defends itself against de jure military attacks – – but then, I also think that Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood are lower than whale shit, and that’s at the bottom of the sea. Maybe Canary Mission’s victims are not so Pro Palestinian as they are just refusing to kiss Israeli ass, which may very well be viewed as being the same thing. Personally, I don’t… Read more »
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It’s not uncommon for non essential personnel to be evacuated. There are many Russian civilians married to Syrian nationals. Most of them still live in Syria.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Isis (the British proxy war) will break like water on rocks on the brave Syrian patriots.

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Thucydides: I gave that a big ‘like’ tick because you didn’t mention nuclear holocaust, London Bankers or Sun Tsu.
That’s a first!

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Oz: C’mon, guy – – he doesn’t display bad manners, use blue language, or abuse others to no purpose. Besides, Sun Tzu was a hell of a lot better general than anybody Syria has at the moment. As to nuclear holocaust, well, to paraphrase scripture, ‘U238 falls alike upon the just and the unjust.’ So does cesium, and strontium, and plutonium – –

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”than anybody Syria has at the moment.”

General Armchair Arklight.

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I know many Russians are married to Syrians, maybe they were from towns that were overrun by ISIS and want to go to Russia for a while, regardless if this is happening 4 years later means they stayed.

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Chevi: Okay, so why quit now?

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De ir Ezzor cayó según informaciones.. Ziad, manteros informados si eso es cierto.

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Sergio, no es verdad, Siria es muy fuerte en Der Ez Zor, son rumores de los terroristas que ententan bajar la guardia de los Sirios, la situcion esta bajo control.

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Maybe someone knowledgeable who isn’t on the usual payroll can suggest what the Syrian authorities have done right and what they have done poorly in this war. This isn’t concern trolling, it is just curiosity. I assumed they would be better prepared for a destabilization campaign and would also get lots of support from Russia and Iran on things like drones, underground sensing equipment, and real-time satellite info. Perhaps they are getting all that now. Also, it was basically American stated policy to remap the Middle East starting with the second Iraq War. Was this discussed in Syrian media or… Read more »
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Just get nuclear weapons. Without them they can mess with you. North-Korea is doing it all right. Many will die that deserve life. What went wrong? Corrupt evil men/women in the West with all the money they ever desired, status and power, WANTING more money and more power and more status. They did not watch Lord of the Rings enough. https://youtu.be/aJnw7uCaxhc Now the internet is full with hobbits that will destroy this conspiracy ring of power in the fires of thermonuclear war. What went wrong? Good people being fooled by evil people that do not love themselves or their offspring.… Read more »
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Appreciate your thoughts, but saying the West is ruled by psychopaths is like saying that Saudi Arabia is hot. The question is how Syria prepared for the war or tried to prevent it, and what has she done since it started. Some say the amnesty programs went well. Others say the military has finally learnt a bit about counterinsurgency warfare. Who knows? Maybe they even have drones and have figured out how to stop car bombings at checkpoints. Hopefully, Syrians never became so stupid as to trust the Turks. Nobody is that dumb. Maybe I am too old, but I… Read more »
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Paul: What Syria has done right is to keep fighting, plus they have stood up various militias and defense forces which have done an outstanding job, given their limitations of training; Syria has also learned how to fight its weapons more efficiently, developed new weapons, and reached an accommodation with the Syrian Kurds who are in the field engaging the enemy. So far as I can tell, what’s been done wrong was an astonishing serial failure of Syrian Command, which cannot adapt to changes in enemy tactics and capabilities, and will not use the resources available to any appreciable extent,… Read more »
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Thanks. Sounds like the eternal problem of old farts wanting to fight the wars of 30 years ago, probably with a corruption problem thrown in. Next, why were they so unprepared? I saw this coming, and don’t claim to have great foresight. It was obvious. The only question was the set-up and emphasis on Damascas or Aleppo. By the way, can anyone explain how on Earth a bomb got inside the high command’s office a couple of years ago? You can’t expect to get any help from Russia on anything remotely risky if they think something like that could happen… Read more »
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Paul: Your first point is pretty much on the money, I think. Second point: I think they THOUGHT they were prepared for the standard high noon shoot out between pretty much equal forces, and they weren’t even ready for that. Modern warfare had passed by Syria at high speed, and Syrian Command hadn’t even noticed. Damascus was, and is, important as the administrative center of Syria, while Aleppo has a pretty great sentimental value. Aleppo was a rich and thriving commercial center before Persepolis was even a thought niggling away at the back of a Persian king’s mind It is… Read more »
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The looting of Syria by those thieving Turkish scum in the last 6 months alone is enormous. It is the personal policy of Prime Minister Erdog, his family, close friends and business partners. They receive and market Sooriya’s stolen Oil, Antiquities and the factories assemblies. Like machine tools and inventories and anything of value.

I hope to see Erdog hang one day.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/05/26/cavusoglu-us-agrees-to-air-war-on-assad/

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Turkey, US FAIL TO AGREE on Syria No-Fly Zone

Ankara and Washington have not reached an agreement on the creation of no-fly and buffer zones over Syrian territory, Turkish President Tayyip Recep Erdogan said

http://sputnik news.com/middleeast/20150527/1022614086.html

ANKARA (Sputnik) – According to the Turkish leader, Turkey has already coordinated the creation of such zones with Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

“Turkey and the United States have not reached mutual consensus on the issue of no-fly and buffer zones [in Syria], Erdogan told NTV channel in an interview, adding that it is necessary to resolve these issues.

[…]

Read more at https://syrianperspective.com/2015/05/syrian-army-kills-scores-in-huge-tunnel-explosion-in-jawbar-grand-mufti-of-malarkey-and-allooshs-deputy-sent-to-hell-by-saa-in-doumaa.html#qEQm0710RAsYu8O3.99

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I am with you 100%

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Yes, he is a scumbag, but the old saying is still true: “The strong do as they will and the weak suffer as they must.” So it is up to Syria and her supporters to become strong. Hopefully, Iran and Hezbollah are now going to get a lot more ruthless and involved. What Syria has needed was an agreement of Syria, Iran, Armenia, and Russia to try to cause as many problems as possible for Turkey at the same time. Turkey has a large army, but not really an impressive one. And Azerbaijan has simply wasted money senselessly in their… Read more »
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Feature: Syrian soldiers speak of “impossible escape” from al-Qaida besieged facility http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/27/c_134275168.htm LATAKIA, Syria, May 27 (Xinhua) — They withstood heavy shelling and several suicide bombings for almost a month, but when they heard the drilling sound beneath them, hundreds of soldiers realized that it was about time to make an escape from their last facility in a northwestern city before the rebels could detonate a network of booby-trapped tunnels under them. “We decided to withdraw from the National Hospital when we realized that the militants were digging tunnels beneath the hospital to blow it up. We used to hear… Read more »
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G7 finance ministers, central bankers meet in Dresden to discuss global economy

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/business/g7-finance-ministers-central-bankers-meet-in-dresden-to-discuss-global-economy/articleshow/47452792.cms

“the Greek fiscal crisis is as yet unresolved.”

And “geopolitical strife-in Ukraine, Iraq, Syria, and elsewhere-is exacerbating downside risks” to economic recovery, Oliver said.

The Chinese currency, the yuan or renminbi, could also feature in discussions, as Beijing continues to push for it to play a greater role in the world financial system, such as being included in the basket that makes up the IMF’s own “special drawing rights” reserve currency.

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Rand Paul blames GOP for ISIS

He said foreign policy hawks created these people

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/nation_world/20150528_Paul_blames_GOP_for_ISIS.html

WASHINGTON – Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul is blaming his own party for the rise of the Islamic State group.

“ISIS exists and grew stronger because of the hawks in our party who gave arms indiscriminately,” Paul said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. He continued: “They created these people. ISIS is all over Libya because these same hawks in my party loved – they loved Hillary Clinton’s war in Libya. They just wanted more of it.”

He stood apart from many in his party in opposing U.S. military action in Syria.

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this is just a cover-up of the more sinister nature of the beast. they did not create IS inadvertently, they micromanaged it, with a team effort being put in by the intelligence services of Israel, KSA, Turkey, Britain and France. US and Israeli intelligence are up to their eyeballs in all the nasty stuff happening in the MENA since the “Arab Spring”, in particular the stuff going on in Syria. All the cem-attacks, massacres, desecration, cleansing out of Christians, come from a particularly nasty anti-Christian Talmudic crew operating in the CIA, MI6, France, and naturally Mossad, Turkey and KSA. Rand… Read more »
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punk: wrong. Your really need to brush up on Ron and Rand Paul.

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WTF are you talking about? These are the man’s associates now that he’s on the out he’s bitter. Yeah he’s been out spoken at times but that’s probably cause he’s crazy and has his own agenda. If he was not down with his crew then he should divest from the criminal party and used his mouth for the decades he was in office. You want to know what it looks like and feels like to be the true opposition and speak truth to power and what that would do to you? Research Cynthia McKenny. That’s what Washington and the Zionist… Read more »