U.S. FOREIGN POLICY IN TATTERS; THE WAR AGAINST TURKEY’S ERDOGHAN HAS STARTED; IDLIB: SYRIAN ARMY PREPARES ASSAULT ON JISR AL-SHUGHOOR; TURKEY’S DAMS IN THE CROSS HAIRS

TURKEY GATHERING FORCES IN SOUTH TO INVADE SYRIA; RUSSIAN SHIPS ON ALERT! IRAN TO INVADE TURKEY’S EAST; HIZBOLLAH TO OVERWHELM ALQAEDA DURING NEXT FEW HOURS

 

It’s all happening now as I’m receiving a multiplicity of posts, email, articles and memoranda from sources.  Turkey is planning an illegal offensive in Syria which is expected to start during the next few days.  Turkish opposition sources lay the blame for  this on deteriorating poll numbers for Erdoghan’s ruling Justice and Development Party which has seen extensive set-backs during the last few months which include more accusations of defalcation, treachery and usurpation of power.  Add to that the release of all accused military personnel in the Ergenokon “plot” and anti-Erdoghan protesters due to invalid or tainted evidence.  Erdoghan’s fragrance in Europe has also been infused recently with notes of sewage, compost material and Camembert cheese.  Erdoghan knows his days are numbered and he’s hoping a foreign adventure will divert attention from his unrelenting woes to a dream-like military campaign with all the bluster and hurly-burly of a world war.

I have read that the Russians have warned Erdoghan about such adventures.  We have written extensively about Russia’s strategic interests in maintaining a reliable warm-water port in the Mediterranean.  Cypress, a EU member, is nice to have on board, of course, but Syria is a traditional ally with a president who looks eastward when it comes to planning the future of his country. The Cypriots have no such inclinations.  Moreover, we have discussed the planned Iranian pipeline across Iraq to Syria’s ports carrying natural gas to Europe, of course, under the supervision of Gazprom, the Russian energy giant and monopoly. But, don’t forget also that the Russians have a commitment from Syria to develop the huge newly-discovered natural gas reservoirs under the Mediterranean.  Russia will not give these up.  Putin already told Patriarch Kiril that he would rather see terrorists dancing in the streets of Moscow than in Damascus.

Iran has a mutual defense pact with Syria and that treaty could be invoked the moment Turks enter Syria with a bold armored force.  Unlike the minor incursion to remove the tomb of Osman’s grandfather some months ago (with the apparent collusion of ISIS), an attack of the kind about which we are talking would be the natural trigger.  I am monitoring Iranian newscasts closely looking for hints of preparations.

From a NATO point of view, Turkey could not invoke its own membership status since it was invading a sovereign nation without U.N.S.C. or NATO resolutions backing the attack.  Russia will demand condemnation of Turkey’s actions and a resolution memorializing the world’s contempt will be adduced.  But, as my readers all know, the completely amoral and terrorism-supporting  governments of France, Britain and the U.S. will veto the resolution in another act of hypocrisy so blatant one’s hands tremble at the mere intimation of vicarious embarrassment.

The plan was hatched in Ankara under the auspices of the wretched banana-addicted apes of Qatar whose own interests would be smashed into oblivion if the Iranian pipeline was ever extended to Syria. The plan was to establish a solid foothold in the north of Syria.  The Aleppo offensive has ground to a halt with the Syrian Army’s encirclement of the northern capital.  Supply lines from Southern Turkey have been cut.  Hence, the attack on Idlib which was accomplished using an heretofore unprecedented three-truck suicide barrage and (according to Syrian security sources), a breach in the defenses occasioned by a group of treasonous members of the National Defense Forces (PDC).  This was followed by a takeover of most of the town of Jisr Al-Shughoor although no supply lines for government forces have yet been cut.

With Iran’s sanctions set to expire soon after June, 2015, a new and energized Teheran would be the last thing the apes of Ankara and Riyaadh would want.  Flush with new wealth, Iran could more easily buttress the economy of Syria as the SAA continues to sweep away the syphilis-carrying rats who keep mouthing that nihilistic and meaningless “Allahu Akbar”.    

The attack on Damascus would take place from the Qalamoon, Qunaytra and, possibly, from Der’ah in the south.  The idea would be to overwhelm Syrian forces by utilizing Saudi Arabian air power.  (Yawn).  In the north, the Turks are expected to use their American-manufactured bombers to assist the Alqaeda rodents.  Syrian missiles were supposed to be kept at bay by the Patriot Missile System batteries provided by certain NATO countries.  The Turks have seriously miscalculated.

Turkey’s miscalculations are typical of those which are concocted for political reasons.  The Turks have failed to consider the presence of Syria’s Eskandar missile system which was deployed by Russia specifically to take out the Patriots. Once that is done and the Patriots are exuding smoke, Syria can rain SCUDs on all Turkey’s dams on the Euphrates.  This will be Dr. Assad’s crowning moment.

For the Saudis, this is no Yemen.  Only the Zionists have experience skirting around the Pantsyr and Antei systems in place in southern Syria.  The Saudis, whose pilots are almost all retired Egyptians and Pakistanis, will find the skies over Syria a bit more challenging than those over the poorest of Arab countries. No, the Saudis will have to look around carefully after Syrian SCUDs devastate their sprawling base at Tabook.  And if Russia does what it seriously wants to do, i.e. give the Saudis a bloody nose with a few cruise missiles lobbed from the many submarines in the Red Sea, well, then we’ll be in a different world altogether.  And, if the Iranians, enraged by hints the Saudis will execute Al-Shaykh Nimr Al-Nimr in a few days, decide to unleash their massive missile array at the Dhahraan oil fields, sing the Saudi simians “Sayonara”.

All of you know that Hizbollah has positioned troops around the Jurood ‘Arsaal area with many also on the Syrian side.  It’a joint Syrian-Hizbollah plan to eradicate the rats.  In the meantime, the Syrian Army continues to plan and move in the Idlib area:

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Darkoosh:  The SAAF is flying 20 sorties a day over this area so close to the Turk border and around the adjacent village of Zarzoor.  A convoy coming in from Turkey loaded with new weapons paid for by the Saudi pigs was annihilated here.  They’ll have to try again.

 

Ghaaniyya and Ishtabraq Villages:  Here, Nusra/Alqaeda, Faylaq Al-Shaam, Al-Ittihaad Al-Islaami Li-Ajnaad Al-Shaam and, Liwaa` Al-Haqq, all concentrate.  Last night they received a ritual nightly shower of FROG and GRAD missiles peppered with some artillery as they tried to sleep. No such luck. Early morning reports monitored by Syrian intelligence services depict a chaotic situation with demands for resupply.  No other details.

 

Qumaynaas:  A pickup with heavy caliber machine gun cannon was destroyed.  Reports of large losses to the rats. No other details.

 

Al-Mu’allaqa:  For all the liars who believe this is a Syrian civil war, let it be known that the body count in Al-Mua’llaqa of 24 carcasses proved all of them were non-Syrian terrorists.

 

Ayn Al-Sawdaa: East of Jisr Al-Shughoor, the SAA and PDC wiped out a pack of 11 rats 3 of whom were actually carrying valid Syrian identification:

Muhammad Al-‘Abed Al-Sayyid-‘Ali

Saafi ‘Abdul-Kareem ‘Aatullaah

Zayneddeen Muhammad Jamaali

 

Ihsim and Kafr Laataa in the Areeha area:  SAA fended off several attacks by bearded rodents.  No other details.

 

Kafr Haayaa:  Confirmed 6 Nusra/Alqaeda rats killed in firefight with SAA.  Many weapons and much ammunition seized and distributed to our militias. We would like to thank the feudal kingdom of Saudi Scarabia for the nice contribution.

 

Bisaamis:  Pretty much the same as Kafr Haayaa.  Received the same information about a firefight with the rats giving up some weapons.

 

Qastoon:  Syrian Army blasting its way into this town and the Nusra rats screaming for help as SAA flies overhead keeping the rodents from fanning out or escaping.

 

Al-Sirmaaniyya in Hamaa:  This just in, a special operations group from the SAA set up this trap at the far northwestern part of Hamaa Province.  I was asked not to reveal why this operation is important.  In any case, the rodents were caught unawares and the body count is over 20 at the present.  Weapons and ammo all confiscated.  Big operation.

 

Jisr Al-Shughoor and the ‘Ayn Al-Sawda Axis:  The SAAF if flying regular day and night sorties destroying weapons depots and destroying vehicles.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Short and sweet.  How the Obama people are trying to stave off charges of incompetence:

http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/07/409894/Syria-United-States-ISIL-Bashar-alAssad-Train-


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Shit is going to hit the fan

josephani
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Anon… Shit has already hit the fan. Also the barrel of shit has started rolling down hill, but it is still intact. When it breaks apart. SHIT will scatter and the whole place will stink like shit. Many nation are trying to contain the explosion that is about to happen. Even America can not allow the middle east to explode into a regional crises. Once the OIL market is influenced negatively, all western nation will suffer an economic collapse. Everyone knows this. That is why the preferred option of overthrowing ASSAD it to keep it in Syrian boundaries. What people… Read more »
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Shit is going to hit the DAM!

fixed it for you!

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Ziad, tks for the news, we are monitoring many different outlets and news are coming slowly and bit and pieces. It is a tough scenario for Syria to fight regular armies on top of hundreds of thousands terrorists, but it may be necessary a crazy move like this from Turkey and KSA to set loose a wider conflict in ME which will bring major powers in quickly. Too many signs are evident, the Russia/China drill in the Med Sea, a firts fo China, the Yeminis push back in the KSA boader, the Kurds in Iraq almost self independency proclamation after… Read more »
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I don’t think that Syria and its allies will bomb dams and infrastructure. That is the way of the terrorist NATO, US, EU and Takfari Pirates. There is no shortage of strategic assets to bomb and there are no secrets in the region only various levels of defense of these assets. Bombing civilians and infrastructure only aids to foment hatred and terror and galvanize the people against the perpetrators. Turkey, Jordan, KSA, Israel and their allies are all well known for their crimes the people of these nations like enlightened Americans and Europeans HATE the crimes of their compromised governments.… Read more »
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The people in Paris and London will be eradicated this century through nuclear weapons.
They really can not make it worse as the have already done.
They will not be missed.

I always know this some years. And for a long time I though, damn those Rembrandts in London. They will also go up in smoke. But so be it Jedi. This is all bigger then paintings and millions/billions of innocent people.

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And should the wind come from the east side
or west side
Where will Clever Clogs hide?

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Fuck Erdog-an and fuck Turkey. Syria should drop heavy weapons in east Turkey for us PKK then we’ll rape the shit out of Erdogan’s Turk army.

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On a different subject, I found this map quite good in Iraq’s advances vs ISIS in the last months, it clearly shows ISIS has lost a huge chunk of territory and are pressed on the remaining. No surprised to hear ISIS is transferring a lot of weapons from its depos in Syria to Iraq, bad times ahead for ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

https://mobile.twitter.com/HKarimi1991/status/596396862518599680/photo/1

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Ah, can’t the idiots in both Turkish and Saudi governments understand that their current policy is a trap set by the terrorist settler state and will lead to their destruction? That by attacking Syrian forces they are just helping the world’s most terrorist organization in the world AKA as Israel and it’s sinister agenda for the region? When will also the other Arab states with a secret alliance with the terrorist settler state finally understand that partnering up with the Zionists is a no go? Why would any regional government in the area let themselves be used as toys for… Read more »
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Somebody´s been playing with the thumbs and browser cookies..

OnTopic:

“Modern Turkey: a secret Zionist state controlled by the Dönmeh”
http://www.4thmedia.org/2011/10/the-donmeh-the-middle-east%E2%80%99s-most-whispered-secret-part-i-2/

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A small excerpt from the Oded Yinon plan which details Israel’s strategy for the Middle East and still is the current one to this day: “The Arab Moslem world, therefore, is not the major strategic problem which we shall face in the Eighties, despite the fact that it carries the main threat against Israel, due to its growing military might. This world, with its ethnic minorities, its factions and internal crises, which is astonishingly self-destructive, as we can see in Lebanon, in non-Arab Iran and now also in Syria, is unable to deal successfully with its fundamental problems and does… Read more »
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Thank you Ziad for confronting the negatives square-on … you are at your best when you do that, instead of being ‘all positive’. Two years ago we were at this point of the brink of savage open war by major external powers to annihilate Syria, and here we are again Though now it is the Saudi and Turkish proxies from the G-20, here standing in for Nato and the USA. In 2013 the rumour was that, to protect Syria, China threatened to pull the plug and sell all its US treasury debt bonds (which would collapse the US economy because… Read more »
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I don’t see KSA and Turkey launching a broad scale invasion of Syria for these reasons: 1) Turkish Army and public are opposed 2) A Turkish invasion would compromise NATO 3) The danger of expanding the war to include other more powerful parties 4) The certain destruction of the Saudi economy and its impact on the global oil economy 5) The danger of a local conflict going regional and possibly global 6) KSA and Turkey would be in ruins with little gained 7) The global economy would be in shambles with global security shattered I just don’t see it. Keep… Read more »
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I don’t see it either……too many unknowns in this ”plan”.

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Rat propaganda !
Not happening, Tukish news and social media would be full of it and it is not.. .
Even Erdogan isin t stupid enough to do something so silly, me thinks !

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I heart stories about Turkey opposition leaders that the Turkisch militairy are trying to create a buffer zone. I doubt that will mean that they will conquest SAA hold terrain. In that case Iran and Russia will not create a world scale war and Turkey will play high poker game when progressing after the SAA want to regain what they have lost (and what is turned into a rebel training free zone). Doubt that those countries will take it to the max. If they do… Hell breaks loose.

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even if the turks/saudis are this stupid, the americans understand how important syria is to iran and they will keep their dogs on a tight leash because they know any war that includes iran would bring an automatic attack on israel by hezbollah.

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zerv: You are presuming that sanity and logic are present in the US government, and I hate to be the one to tell ya – – –

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My my! I am certainly shock at Erdragon’s behavior. I wonder if the @2 million Alavies are willing to go along with the Turkish Ork’s plan to invade a Sovereign nation. Let us assume(And now we all know assuming is a bad idea) but let us assume that the Turkish Dragon is gesturing for an adventure with his Wahhabi brothers in that shit hole desert they call Arabia. What are they going to accomplish? Do they think they will passify the citizens of Syria who are against any such aggression? Russia, China, Iran will not likely allow such an adventure… Read more »
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I meant 20 million ++++ Alavies…Appologies…

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Hey all,

whats to problem?

Assad can just call Russia and Iran to send troops to defend a souverain nation from an act of aggression which is against international law and “standards” and “norms”.

Iran and Russia will get kicked in the butt anyways if they just sit there and wait.

cheers
J

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Turks are worried about Kurdish independance, that’s probably the main reason for their move. They want to prevent the Kurdish areas in Syria from joining the kurdish areas in Iraq and claiming indepencende, since that would open the civil war in Turkey again. Russia and Iran are not going to risk a war with NATO, especially with Iran desperate to clean the upcoming deal. I’m afraid Ziad will have to swollow his pride and accept more SAA defeats in northern Syria, since SAA itself has no chance against Turkey. And that stuff about the dams in SAA crosshairs is absurd.… Read more »
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Hi Tonk,

Russia and Nato are already at war in the Ukraine so why would they bother?

After all if a Nato member attacks another country it can hardly invoce article 5 if their troops are killed in a foreign country.

cheers
J

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And you TONK a lot of SHIT. Now crawl back to your rat hole and say you salat with intent to go to heaven and get 72 virgin goats.

This is beyond pride. One who has pride still needs to defend his honor…

Fuck off Tonk of Shit…

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Cock head

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What would destroying Turkey’s dams accomplish (if scuds could even effectuate that) besides devasting downstream Iraq and Syria?

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Turkey has probably built the dams for an engineering reason… like power generation or whatever ? Or are they ornaments ?

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But the US/Israeli plan is most probably to try to destabilize and partition Turkey as well.

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God has seen your tears and heard your prayers.

Fear not,Syria will not fall.

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Ever since the mysterious, unexpected bursting of ISIS on the global stage one year ago with much fanfare and even more carefully produced with just the right amount of lighting beheading video clip, we said from the very beginning that when stripped of its “made in Hollywood” YouTube clip veneer and the media’s clear agenda to cast the organization as a new, more evil, more aggressive al-Qaeda, the entire rehashed sequence of events in the middle east is about one thing: removing Syria’s Assad from power just so the energy infrastructure from Qatar and Saudi Arabia can traverse the territory… Read more »
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Bull Shit. The U.S. is really training and arming future ISIS converts.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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I doubt the Turks and SA are stupid enought but who knows maybe they hold a suicide wish. All this means is that the terrorists/rebels last big push is seen as a strategic failure and they will not be able to hold Idlib city and Jisr in the long run. Its what i wrote a few weeks ago its one thing to move a large group of idiots to take 2 cities but its another to resupply them with all they need over a few months. Hezbolloh mobilization suggests that terrorists will try to go all in from Lebanon and… Read more »
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Hitting those dams should as soon as Turkey invades. NATO won’t do anything, Turkey will lose water storage and power generation. He should do it as soon as they cross the fence.

If it happens I want a tshirt !

Stein Atle Bauge
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An outright invasion without any mandate is a desperate option for Turkey/Saudi.
Will create a new situation, mobilize both Syria’s allies and internally – Syria still has not gone to general mobilization.

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I’d like to know the details of the dam in Turkey. How far away is it?

How effective would busting it open be?

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I am sick and tired of people claiming the patriot missiles will stop the scuds etc, NO THEY WON’T to a point, as i have stated, send 1.5 time the patriot batteries can fire at any one time and 50% of the missiles will get through. Now onto another thing, if the turks invade Syria then Assad has the right to call in whomever he wants, let’s not forget the stinking ex Yemini president asked the “arab” coalition to strike Yemen, therefore Assad can call in Iran if he wished and point to the saudi’s attacking a nation on the… Read more »
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not so sure about all events you mentioned if there are any truths to them from the way there layed out,sounds like a scifi war novel ,i think turkey will simply wait and see what happens with those rats there training rather than invite hell to there front doors themselves,,also if it does happen then maybe that is what the syrian command is waiting for in order to strike back at those training camps once they have the excuse to do so,since they would already be invaded by turkey then they got nothing to lose ,,why would they not use… Read more »
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LOOKS LIKE IT’S GONNA BE A REAL HOT SUMMER IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN

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hmmm blowing up dams and willy coyote moments seem like they would go together

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Relax folks! Turkey is a house of glass, and Erdogan is a paper tiger 🙂 🙂

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Turkish economy, and Turkish Lira are going DOWN, DOWN, DOWN!

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Come down people, this ain’t going to happen.

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Calm*

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4 foreign journalists from Syria detained in Turkey

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/08/c_134219490.htm

ANKARA, May 7 (Xinhua) — Turkey detained four foreign journalists trying to illegally cross into Turkey from northern Syria, the state-run Anatolia news agency reported on Thursday.

One of the detained foreign journalists was deported from Turkey, while proceedings for the remaining three others are still ongoing, according to the report.

Two of the journalists were from Germany, one from Brazil, and the other from the United States, said the report.

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Turkey’s ruling party faces more challenges ahead of June elections http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/06/c_134215349.htm ANKARA, May 6 (Xinhua) — Although still in the lead, Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) is facing stronger challenges from the opposition parties ahead of June 7 parliamentary elections. The AKP, already shaken from corruption scandals since December 2013, is put on defense in the election campaign by the opposition that has announced major economic and social packages to address growing woes in unemployment, soaring food prices and consumers’ difficulties in paying loans and debts. Turkish analysts believed the AKP will still keep the lead in the… Read more »
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Turkish Minister Dismisses Accusations of Planning Intervention in Syria Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz refuted the allegations by the opposition Republican People’s Party’s on the impeding military operation in Syria _ ANKARA (Sputnik) — Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz refuted the allegations by the opposition Republican People’s Party’s (CHP) on the impeding military operation in Syria by recommending to either disclose the source of information or check the data thoroughly, local media reported Thursday. Earlier in the day, CHP Secretary General Gursel Tekin said in an interview with the newspaper Taraf that Turkey is poised to send Turkish ground forces… Read more »
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Ever since WW1 it has been a primary goal of the British bankers to split Turkey into smaller parts.
Erdogan is just doing his part in realizing this,
He is a traitor to his own people. He is part of the secret elite.

https://youtu.be/bImcBAP6osE
Erdogan on his knew begging for acceptance by a fairy tale teller. A pied rat piper.

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I do not think that the reasons for a Turkish invasion of Syria were well made at all. Why would a politician who is becoming rapidly unpopular engage in a war that could bring in Russia and Iran? How does that make for a winning scenario. If Turkey is going to invade they must do so in as legitimate way as possible, similar to the way that Mossad is waging war on Assad through ISIS. That kind of stuff does work, unlike justifications like “Erdoghan knows his days are numbered and he’s hoping a foreign adventure will divert attention from… Read more »
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‘Teevee’ once assured the sheeple around here that there would be no military intervention in Syria, i told him many times that the longer Syria resisted and refused to submit to imposed regime change at Geneva (which it has done so far) then military intervention was INEVITABLE at some stage. The drums of war can be heard much louder today than they were back then (at least 6-8 months ago) when i had this conversation with Teevee against the background of the Jordanian pilot burning and other such provocations, i insisted that this was all part of the media campaign… Read more »
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Saudis Behead 5 Foreigners, Hang Bodies from Helicopters For Public Display With the execution rate in Saudi Arabia soaring to record highs this year, the government has reportedly beheaded five foreigners convicted of murder and robbery, and then strung their bodies from a helicopter to deter would-be criminals _ The report comes from the Committee for the Defence of Human Rights in the Arabian Peninsula. On Monday, the Saudi Interior Ministry announced it had beheaded five foreign nationals. Khaled Fetini and Ibrahim Nasser from Yemen, Hassan Omar from Chad, Salem Idriss from Eritrea, and Abdel Wahhab Abdel Maeen from Sudan,… Read more »
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‘I have read that the Russians have warned Erdoghan about such adventures’ You always hear about this but what does experience and good common sense teach you. It’s a load of crap! Putin like the Iranians won’t even stop pumping gas to Erdogan’s warcriminal puppet state for one hour let alone intervene on the side of Syria militarily against Erdogan. Putin and Erdogan are on the same side in Syria, one fights diplomatically against the Syrian army while attempting to conceal this behind the facade of an ‘even handed’ resolution against ‘all sides’ of the conflict, while on the other… Read more »
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Shut the fuck up! hehehehehehehehe!

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This also brings up the question i raised perhaps a month or two back, do you just allow the enemy to strike first knowing that he is very close to launching an aggression or do you preempt this scenario by launching a surprise attack. Allowing a first strike against you due to passiveness or whatever does not make any sense since this will target your critical military infrastructure, it is imperative to hit the enemy’s military infrastructure first, degrading his ability to wage war. Syria has no choice but to preempt and take the fight to the enemy.

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Thanks to Ziad the true mentat, for the heads-up. It can hardly be a coincidence China and Russia are convening naval assets in the Med. The ‘exercise’ is likely a pretext. Something must have alerted them — I believe it’s God protecting Syria, as He did in ’13, and in ‘74. Don’t ask me to explain, just look at the uncanniness. It’s time to blow Erdogor’s dams, and to unleash the Iskandars. Remember, the Russians in Tartous already gave the rats a taste with their missiles, last week. Hopefully, they’ll join the party pronto. I wanna see the YouTubes as… Read more »
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Cheap Oil Is Now-You-See-It Now-You-Don’t for Turks on Lira Drop

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-06/cheap-oil-is-now-you-see-it-now-you-don-t-for-turks-on-lira-drop

For Turks, it’s almost as if oil’s collapse never happened.

“The problem is that the lira depreciation has been so steep that the downtrend in oil prices has been offset to a great extent,” Philippe Dauba-Pantanacce, a senior economist at Standard Chartered Plc in London, said by e-mail Wednesday. The benefit of lower oil prices “is vastly overplayed,” he said.

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And here, via zerohedge, is the excellent art of William Banzai, on Pipelineistan and its madmen
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Old Yooish kike rat scumbag who organized cartoons to instigate hatred and fear, working for mosad deception zionist organization

Anti-Muslim activist says she has no regrets about cartoon contest
http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/Society/2015/0507/Anti-Muslim-activist-says-she-has-no-regrets-about-cartoon-contest

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Turkey Accelerated Inflation Means Pain for Turkey’s Worst Emerging-Market Bonds http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-04/turkey-inflation-miss-means-pain-for-worst-emerging-market-bonds Turkey’s local-currency bonds, already the worst performing emerging-market debt, may post further losses as inflation accelerates and the central bank’s ability to respond is constrained by politics. Powered by rising food prices, inflation climbed to 7.9 percent in April, exceeding economists’ estimates. The lira weakened and the yield on two-year government bonds surged near a one-year high after the figures were released on Monday. Turkey’s central bank, set to miss its 5 percent inflation target for a fourth year, is under government pressure to bolster a slowing economy in… Read more »
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btw, the saudis are gearing up for war, check this out, basically it is the saudi’s who are starting to pour in money for defence and weapons.

http://news.yahoo.com/saudi-arabia-build-planes-ukraines-antonov-133857391.html

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Hi Chevi,
mate this is laughable. Those monkeys aren’t capable of manufacture shit. But like everything else, it’ll be 100% foreign operated.

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Medication fair in Damascus to help boost pharmaceutical sector http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/07/c_134219382.htm DAMASCUS, May 7 (Xinhua) — As many as 46 pharmaceutical companies showcased a wide-range of medications and medical equipment at a five-day exhibition in Damascus. With the Syrian crisis dragging on unabatedly, the aim of marketing these products is to boost the medical sector which lost millions of dollars throughout the crisis. New products, such as drugs for lung and heart disease, were showcased, as well as alternatives to many kinds of medications, whose import has been brought to a halt due to Western sanctions on Syria. Artificial body parts… Read more »
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ANNA News – summary of the events in Syria for May 7, 2015

Published on May 7, 2015

In Homs, the Syrian tamozhenikami on the Lebanese border, detained a vehicle carrying gold items and antiques without proper documentation: jewelry, antique coins and rare paper money, carpets, collectible stamps and a large amount of inventory deneg.Tamozhennaya service after antiques gave evidence the police. The investigation will find out the origin gruza.Predpolozhitelno valuable gold, antiques were abducted at different times in different jewelers and kollektsionerov.A received profit after realization abroad, had to go for financial support of radical Islamists.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vwgaXSx1BI

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ANNA News – Jobar – Mopping up at the business center – Part 3

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MtB5G-m148

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More Evidence Turkey Supports Al Qaeda https://www.commentarymagazine.com/2015/05/07/more-evidence-turkey-supports-al-qaeda/ Turkey has become “Pakistan on the Mediterranean.” Its diplomats may say one thing to their American counterparts when they condemn terrorism and extremism or speak about the merits of democracy and economic transparency, but the action and behavior of the Turkish leadership is far different. Both the Iraqi government and the Syrian Kurds who have done more than anyone else to fight the Islamic State have long complained that Turkey was not only turning a blind eye to the most radical groups in Syria, but also actively supporting them. First, there’s the passive… Read more »
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Has Turkey Become Pakistan on the Med? https://www.commentarymagazine.com/2014/01/17/has-turkey-become-pakistan-on-the-med/ Several years ago I testified in the first full House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing dedicated to Turkey’s changing foreign policy. During the course of the hearing, Rep. Gerry Connolly, a Virginia democratic and co-chair of the Congressional Turkey Caucus, took umbrage toward all the witnesses, and made it clear that he did not see criticism of Turkey’s foreign-policy direction to be legitimate. He was wrong, but he was not alone. How unfortunate it is that rather than use its influence to keep Turkey from going so far off the rails, the men… Read more »
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Buffer Zone vs. Train and Equip Program Dempsey said U.S. forces were capable of carving out a buffer zone in Syria but it was a “major political decision” and would mean troops stationed elsewhere would not be available for other missions. “It’s practical militarily, but it would be a significant policy decision to do so,” he said. Creating a humanitarian safe zone in Syria would entail a “major combat mission” requiring U.S. troops to fight jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), other extremist groups and the Damascus regime, U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said at the same… Read more »
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So, in other words, Turkey wants to use IS and al Qaida together with the groups with similar ideology to conquer the Northern part of Syria. After that they want to overtake that as a “buffer zone”. The US wants to use their medium cooked rebels to fight ISIS, Nusra, al Sham et al at the same time as the gouvernment. While the US approach cannot work due to the numbers the Turkey idea is having side effects – like backfiring of the IS and Nusra kalifats or the enstrangement of the European and US allies of Turkey. Or the… Read more »
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Israel: Serial Terror-Bomber – By Stephen Lendman – May 8th, 2015 http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/TPV3/Voices.php/2015/05/08/israel-serial-terror-bomber Israel operates like America, other rogue NATO members and Saudi Arabia. It claims a divine right to terror-bomb other nations, groups and individuals at its discretion. It calls naked aggression “self-defense.” It calls justifiable resistance “terrorism.” It willfully targets civilians. It invents reasons to justify its lawlessness. They ring hollow every time. Since Obama launched lawless aggression against Syria in March 2011, Israel terror-bombed the country numerous times – always claiming military or national security justification. Aggression is a war crime at all times under all circumstances. Israel… Read more »
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You can keep scanning PressTV till the sun goes nova, Ziad, because, as previously indicated, the so-called ‘Mutual Defence Pact’ was never designed to be activated in that direction — the sole purpose of this always unilateral 2005 ‘treaty’ was to dissuade the rabid Netanyahudniks/Cheneyites from their then acute threats to attack Iran’s civilian nuclear program, by bulking up, via Syria, support to Hezbollah for a fearsome retaliation upon the Apartheid entity if it should make just one foolish false move against Teheran. That it was never intended to work in the opposite direction, i.e. defend Syria from their aggression,… Read more »
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AAAAH!

Shut Up Loser!

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Mentat: The slumbering troll awakes! Syria is facing a new threat and you smell blood! Hopefully more disappointment awaits you.

The past few days were a wipe-out for SyPer trolls, so you made a smart move choosing to keep your imperial head down. If these tiresome references to “Hangman Putin … “Iranian cavalry,” Assad is a “political leper” is the very best you can do, why not hide for a few more days? Jason will stand in for you.
Go back to sleep, you mischievous mick!

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The problem is, it’s not a new threat at all! It has been entirely predictable for some time and I warned* months ago that Erdogan would take a leaf from Netanyahu’s book on bombing Syria with impunity, as a electoral booster, simply due to the lack of any deterrent, for which, as you well know, Bashar has his amazing ‘allies’ Putin and Khamenei to thank. Not that the wimpish Bashar would ever deploy any weapon against the external aggressors even if he had it, as that would presumably be a breach of their ‘right to exist’ or . He won’t… Read more »
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Mentat: I don’t think that anyone in Syria (from Assad to the average citizen) is the least surprised at this latest threat either and nor are any readers of SyPer. However, anyone with half a brain realizes that Syria can only defend itself ‘legitimately’ within it’s own borders. Only the US and its minions dare to brazenly attack other sovereign nations because they control the ineffective and horribly corrupt UN. If Syria was to strike at any targets inside Turkey, Jordan or Izrahell, the whole world, via an emergency Security Council motion (from which Russia would most likely abstain again)… Read more »
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Wrong, it would always have been perfectly entitled to legally defend itself beyond its borders, for example by attacking the ‘camps’ maintained by its hostile neighbours for training/equipping of armed infiltrators whose declared aim was the overthrow of the Syrian government in an ongoing attack. However, Assad/SAA never made any threat or effort to do so, nor did he even make a legal case of it at the ICJ, thus the problem worsened continually from covert to overt support, until now the proposed direct Turkish/HouseArab aggression is ‘on the table’. If you don’t stand up to the bully and give… Read more »
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Do you really think that if President Asaad packed up and left tomorrow, everything would be rosy?
Of course not. I guarantee if he did just that, an immediate all out war would begin between all the factions for the Leadership, of what will be an eventual new terrorist State. Sadly as always, it is the civilians who’ll suffer and inevitably many will die unnecessary.
Is that what you want? Millions of innocent civilians having their lives turned upside down?

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No, but if the Ba’athist State had [from the outset had] a LEADER with some actual fire in his belly to inspire his adherents into an all-out struggle, while promoting justice internally, it might have [had] more than a snowball’s chance in Hell of survival. If Bashar has proven anything these last 15 years, it’s only that he is an utter political incompetent … a luxury dilettante they can no longer afford, unless the Syrian gerontocracy truly subscribes to the nostalgic motto “Assad, or we burn the country entirely!“, in which case this bunch were always quite literally doomed by… Read more »
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And of course your wishful desire ignores the ‘small’ detail that Syrians overwhelmingly voted for him, even when some western countries wouldn’t allow expat/refugee Syrians to vote at their embassies. Why would they do that if they were convinced Assad has no popular support (self-answering question)?

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Sadly, even 100% of the vote cannot make this man competent in a job he himself has frankly stated he never wanted.

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Mentat: “I honestly can’t see how Syria could be any worse off without him.” C’mon, you claim to be intelligent? Libya without Gadaffi, for example? Yeh, much better off (NOT!!!) Besides, your rants are always full of the same old contradictions, for example: 1. “Assad is incompetent” … [15 years later and 4 years of war…he still there!] 2. “SAA is incompetent too” … [4 years of war and they are still there and kicking takfiri ass. ‘Dad’s army” is defying you! 3. “Assad is unpopular with his own people” … [One election with 80% and the only national leader… Read more »
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0. Are you suggesting Ghaddafi could not have been replaced under the existing Jamahiriya system except by his son?

4. I never said “Assad has to go” nor have I ever advocated for a ‘regime change’ pushed by the western warcriminals; quite the opposite actually.

5a. I never said “Syria’s air defence is non-existent” — I said Syria does not have the S-300, as do Putin, Assad and Moallem, Ziad’s protestations notwithstanding.

5b. I said its not a MutualDP but a UnilateralDP … which exists and still works very well for protecting Iran only, exactly as it was designed to do.

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London and Paris bankers want to install a privately owned central bank to control and skim the money flow.
London and Paris bankers want to install stooges to steal a countries wealth.
So the people will always be WORSE off.
No matter what.

These are mercenary armies from the people in France and England. Therefor these people have become legitimate military targets.

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88%

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Mentat,

your honesty is appreciated. Thanks.

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Sorry, no autographs tonight … I bust my flipper spanking SpongeBob!

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SAA take control of Frikka Al-Abeed, Al-Karnaza & Sheikh Elias; cutting theJaish_Fateh Rd 2 toJisr_Shughour.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8Tz0I1drDE&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop

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hezbollah and the SAA captured 2 towns and 5 hills thursday evening in Qalamoun and killed dozens of Nusra insurgents..dailystar.com.. http://dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2015/May-08/297215-hezbollah-helps-seize-key-qalamoun-hills.ash
Hezbollah raising the flag in the Qalamoun After defeating JAN..https://www.facebook.com/451245974993210/videos/738154692969002/ .. Hesbollah the genuine expression of revolt and resistance in the Middle East against American and Zionist imperialism ..

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Hezbollah are the best fighting force in the M.E they have said this is not the start of the planned offensive but a response to a Jan attack and look what happened ,they kicked there ass .

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Go SAA
Go Hezbollah
Go Houthis
Victory over the forces of darkness
That’s what I hope for.

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