ALEPPO’S VAST CEMETERY FOR OBAMA’S RODENTS; TERRORISTS DROP LIKE MAYFLIES

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ALEPPO:  Business is getting better all over the city despite the lies of the Western media which is still trying its best to promote a picture of devastation and failure in the country.  The proof is in the exporting of products from the Industrial areas of Aleppo.  My wife’s nephews are regularly sending products to the coast via the Aleppo-Latakia highway through Jisr Al-Shughoor, where as I told you, the terrorists have not been able to project any power to by-passes built by the Syrian Army to connect the two sides of the road.  The entire campaign to invade Jisr Al-Shughoor has been a flop from the tactical point of view and proof that the rats are mentally incapable of thinking clearly, a trait ideally suited for killing them.

 

A’zaaz:  A large number of ISIS rodents were eliminated here in a battle with a combination of PKK and SAA/PDC.  The ISIS rodents were clearly foreign judging by the languages used to communicated over intercepted lines by the SAA/MI.

 

Huraytaan area on the International Highway: A pack of Nusra/Alqaeda rodents were surrounded and offered a chance to surrender.  The rats refused and were killed to the last rat:

Raadhi Khuwaylid

Mahmoud ‘Ali Afandi

Jaasim Muhammad Halboon

The other 5 could not be identified and are believed to be foreign.

 

On the International Highway to Turkey, heavy fighting reported here:  Bayaanoon, Hayyaan, Rityaan.

 

Air Force Academy:  This fortress has been subjected to countless assaults by ISIS.  The academy has resisted every attack successfully because the ground around the area is flat and easy to monitor.  The SAA has also emplaced hundreds of trenches populated by seasoned infantry marksmen armed with anti-tank weaponry used mostly to debilitate trucks used for suicidal attacks.  So far, so good.  Yesterday and the day before, ISIS unleashed 3 suicide truck attacks with one failing because the truck malfunctioned.  The other 2 trucks were blown to bits 1/2 km from the perimeter of the academy.

 

Al-Raashideen:  This suburb of Aleppo in the West is seeing constant combat especially at the 1st and 4th quarters.  The day before yesterday, the latter was the focal point of another disastrous attack by Nusra/Alqaeda and Ahraar Al-Shaam.  Terrorist websites acknowledged the death of this rat:

‘Alaa` Al-Deen ‘Ali Bakru

 

Old City:  The SAA and PDC killed these:

Faarooq Saami Shirwaal

Muhammad Shaakir Ghazaali

7 others were taken prisoner.

 

Al-Layramoon Area:  SAAF struck at a concentration of hyenas belonging to Nusra as they were about to execute a plan to occupy a large storage facility.  No details.

 

Heavy fighting reported in Bani Zayd, Al-Sukkari, Al-Khaalidiyya.

 

Syrian Army and PDC repulsed all these attacks here:  Baab Al-Nayrab, Al-Saaliheen, Al-Jazmaati Roundabout, Qal’at Najr Village.

 

Khawaabi Al-‘Asal:  The SAAF saturated this area with ordnance killing an estimated 20 and leaving many more wounded.

 

Khaan Al-‘Asal:  The rats are preparing to leave this area because they cannot protect it anymore.  The entire area is abandoned and the SAAF is pounding it every day.

 

مقتل العشرات من إرهابيي داعش بغارات سورية في دير الزور

The SAA is focusing its strength on these critically strategic locales:  Al-Mansoora, ‘Anjaara, Khaan Toomaan, Al-Ataarib, Daarit ‘Izza.  These areas are infested with Nusra/Alqaeda but are overstretched, overpowered and overwrought.  Intercepted communications indicate a fall down in morale with more supply routes being closed by the SAAF which now uses air-to-ground missiles significantly more accurate and devastating.  It is almost impossible to get ordinary civilians to drive trucks in which supplies are concealed.  Most drivers don’t like taking orders from foreigners and are working for the SAA/MI.

 

‘Ibteen:  A nest of Nusra rats was dismantled by SAA and security services.  11 rats were arrested.

 

Syrian Army clobbered Nusra rodents here: Al-Wudhayhi, Al-‘Aamiriyya.

 

Watch the events in Turkey carefully.  Besides large demonstrations condemning Erdoghan’s pro-terrorism policies, there are murmurings about the army.  A new coalition may be assembled before renewed elections in which Erdoghan is expected to do even worse.  His own party members are becoming disillusioned with his maneuverings.


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Canthama
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Ziad, excellent report, the situation is indeed improving in many areas within Syria. I am still puzzled with the Aleppo-Lattakia road passing by Jisr, thought the safest one was through Khasaner-Hama-Lattakia, anyway this is a hell of good news for trading.
The recent events in Turkey show clearly how destabilized is that country under Erdogan, he will not stop for nothing to gain ultimate supreme power, a civil war is mounting there for sure.
Keep the good news coming!!!

david
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seems the rats are of no military significance. a little like flies at a BBQ. annoying but will not ruin the day?

Thucydides
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Useful idiots Muslims doing FAKE CIA Jihad to soften up the Syrian defenses. They have been promised the ring of power, an Islamic State. Which will only exist in their minds as a dream. Because the London/Paris bankers do NOT share power. Same way Sauron does not share power. https://youtu.be/5hfEBupAeo4 All wars are London bankers wars https://youtu.be/Kz-s2AAh06I War in Syria organized by the British in 2009 already, French minister explains. “I went into the British Army believing that if you want peace you must prepare for war. I believe now that if you prepare for war, you get war.” –… Read more »
Arklight
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Go Syria! Get some more!

DT
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SAA has become extremely battle hardened and effective. The regionwide purge against NATO / Wahabbi vermin will pay massive dividends for the future of the ME. The strategists who thought out and executed this terrorist campaign against the ME have ended up with a Resistance force that has trebled in strength thru experience and has spread far and wide across the world – a monumental, fatal fail for all the imperialist stooges in the region, most especially khazaristan 2.0 on stolen Palestinian land. You truly do reap what you sow in this life. Respect and thanks Ziad for all your… Read more »
Ivan Serbia
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I agree in full. Zionist bastards who invented all this ME wars now have to deal with Syrian army that is fighting for more than 4 years on all fronts. That is a lot of war and battle experience for syrian people that can not be obtained in some training camp. On the other hand Zionists have their facebook soldiers that pratice their battle experience on Palestinian kids. I always remember how they wept like a little kids when HZB perforated all those tanks back in 2006. in Lebanon.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Sure, that is the unseen reward, even with Russians who fought in Afghanistan, Chechnya. Compared with Westerners with soft hands like in West Ukraine who don’t stand a chance. Another way in which the West is bankrupt. One of many.

Nobilitatis
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What happened in West Ukraine?

Anonymous
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Axis of resistance is growing by day, out of 150 million people (Iran+Iraq+Syria+Yemen+Hezb+other sympathizers) they will be able to recruit at least 250 thousand battle hardened elite fighters for any future war.

Saladin
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Good post Ivan. What you say is so true. The zionists who planned this Syrian war will face the law of unintended consequences in a much stronger, battle hardened and conflict-seasoned SAA and Hezbollah, with greatly expanded abilities both offensive and defensive, and with conflict-tested men and weaponry. The Zionists are deeply concerned and probably thinking feverishly in vain efforts to come up with new criminal plans. These too will fail. That failed usurper state is ultimately doomed. They themselves have unleashed the forces that will destroy them.

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Seems like Ukraine is a new “Israel” for some of them. With Nudelman, Poroshenko, Yatsenyuk, Klitschko, Tymoshenko/Kapitelman, Kolomoisky etc. trying to make it into a new Khazaria. Probably why Ukraine is cooperating with Saudi Arabia (instead of their slavic, natural allies) suddenly.

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He who digs a grave for others, will he himself fall into the pit.

I used to be a 110% supporter of Israel. But after some years of noticing the callous disregard for the well-being of others, displayed for all who have eyes to see by the Likudniks and their minions in the US, I am on full recoil from the liars.

(Ivan from Singapore)

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DT: Syrian command is apparently working out some of the fatal kinks in its battle doctrine, thank goodness! It has certainly taken more than long enough. Since ISIS, ISIL and other rat bands are a wholly owned subsidiary of the US, and have totally alienated the populations of Syria and Iraq, plus the current incarnation of Muslim Brotherhood is also a American proxy, the populations of the primary counties in the ME also hate Americans, thus precluding a US/NATO ground invasion. Another benefit is that the affected citizenry are becoming homogenous – – ‘it doesn’t matter where, or how, you… Read more »
Useful idiots fighting for zionist/saud have to be sent to hell
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muslim brotherhood is a proxy of the zionist anglo american elite. It is not cosher to talk about america or british or israëli. It are the money masters from London and New York who are calling the shots. In fact they rule the us, uk and many countries in the world. They don’t care about countries, the world is their domain

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I thought Al-Sisi was the überzionist and Morsi & the muslim brotherhood anti-zionist ?

FHTEX
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It does get complicated. That’s because the Gulf Arabs, despite the best efforts of the West, are not monolithic. Qatar is a big supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and Jablat al-Nusra; Saudi Arabia has supported both al-Sisi and ISIS. But the Middle Eastern and Saharn deserts are full of shifting sands. What is common to the Qatari- and Saudi-backed leaders is that they are all in cahoots with the West and none of them have the best interests of their populations at heart.

FHTEX
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Yes, the Kurds have been supported by the U.S. and Israel recently. But, they had better watch their step in pushing for too much of Iraq’s oil wealth or even independence. They cannot match the Iraqi army in airpower and would suffer huge losses in any conflict with the Iraqi government as a consequence. And, they better not trust the U.S. to come to their aid with aerial support, given that the U.S. supported Saddam in his chemical attack against them in 1988 and the British found hard against them earlier in the 20th century. BTW, Nobilitatis, I don’t agree… Read more »
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FHTEX:
– I got the idea from Wikipedia where it is called genocide attempt.
– 100 000 dead is a very large percentage from the Iraqi Kurds.
– I don’t know any pro-Saddam group from Kurds.
– Saddam changed demographics from Kirkuk and Mossul into pro Arab.
Maybe it is like the Turkish issue with the Armenians. They just can’t accept the word.

Anonymous
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It can be clearly seen IRGC advisers have arrived and actively support battles on the front line. By the way, Morsi was just another useful idiot puppet pulled from some Washington backroom and used like toilet paper by Zionist masterminds in Tel Aviv.

FHTEX
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Yes, the SAA will emerge as a much stronger fighting force, but in addition the SAAF will now be the most exerienced air force in the region. And, as Ziad points out, the Syrian economy is showing great resilience through this whole mess and will rebound very strongly after the takfiris are defeated. By contrast, the Saudis are imploding and King Abdullah is increasingly on the ropes, his western masters unable to save him from his future demise..

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Canthama: referring to Lebanon purchasing A29 aircraft from Brazil. Has Lebanon changed its policy about having an air force, or would these be Lebanese Army aircraft? I don’t suppose you’d have any idea if such projected purchase would include auxiliary drones, but I’ll ask, anyway. The purchase of 4 diesel submarines from France: it wasn’t clear from your post whether these would be constructed in France, or built in Brazil under license. Domestic production of a nuclear powered boat is pretty exciting news, particularly as it is planned to incorporate a ‘compact’ reactor. UT Austin has a ‘laboratory sized’ hybrid… Read more »
Canthama
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It is not clear whether the air planes deal with Lebanon is inside the $3Bi that KSA “gave” them, since it was widely reported that would be all to buy used military goods from France. When the 6 x A-29 order was announced, it was under the agreement with the US, though Lebanon would pay for it, lots of hands on anything related to Lebanon. There is no mention to drones but I would not be surprised to see smaller drones with the Lebanese Army or airforce…. http://www.ibtimes.com/us-approves-462m-sale-29-super-tucano-warplane-lebanon-help-counter-security-threats-1959896 The 4 French Scorpenes will be all built in Brazil, two are… Read more »
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Canthama: The A29 purchase was okay by the US? Gosh, how swell. In my opinion, that means that the aircraft will be on static display at Beirut airport until they rust to death. The subs sound like a littoral force, primarily for coast and territorial waters defense, which is a good thing, I think. with 21 boats, the navy should be able to have 7 at sea most of the time, a fairly strong force for coastal defense for a coastline even the size of Brazil’s. I think it’s a good thing, too, that Brazil is getting a modern shipyard… Read more »
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Canthama:

http://www.ibtimes.com/us-approves-462m-sale-29-super-tucano-warplane-lebanon-help-counter-security-threats-1959896

I have no idea why approval by the US congress should be required for this sale. Seems like a straight up transaction between Lebanon and Brazil, except for the US sale of Hellfire missiles, a seemingly separate transaction. Do you have any dope on this ‘requirement for approval by the US’?

I don’t have access to Defense Industry Daily

A nice looking yard, doesn’t seem to be much activity during the satellite pass.

thanks, C.

Canthama
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Not a clue, it is indeed a strange thing to have many hands on this deal, as if Lebanon has no sovereignty, will keep a look on it.

teevee
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Last I heard the demented kingdom of darkness fishtailed out of the 3 billion bribe to Lebanon, since the stooges and company couldn’t stop Hezbollah’s involvment in Syria. I might be wrong
http://news.yahoo.com/lebanon-arms-deal-france-not-blocked-saudi-fm-193208328.html

CHEVI789
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I would like to point out something to you Arklight and Canthama, Lebanon can have whatever it wants, but as long as it cannot hurt the jews then it’s o.k, no weapons coming in from anywhere are allowed to be able to damage and israeli weapons/systems, That is a condition from all countries, why do you think israel or america is not complaining?.

Shin
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Erdogan is finished, the trouble is he will be the last person to realise this as he is absolutely pissed with power. President Assad looks like he will outlast them all which has a remarkable and satisfying irony about it.

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Ziad, The Kurds are stating that the SAA is defeated in Hasakah and that they are the winners. Sounds a bit unlike many reports i have read. Can you give us an insight? Since last thing i knew was that the SAA provided the YPG with weapons. Due to that they could capture the southern Hasakah countryside. Sounds like a nono if the SAA was out of breath in this city. Also little news about Zabadani/Palmyra and those poor villages in Idlib. Much more from Quentera/Deraa and As Suwayda. Seems they are focussing on this front now. I hear your… Read more »
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Kjel: I do not speak for Ziad. ARA News has nothing even hinting that SAA is ‘defeated’ in Hasakah, and battle maps do not bear that out, either. YPG forces are nearest the infected areas and are, properly, taking the lead in the reduction of the enema. SAA and other Syrian forces are working the countryside, and blocking escape by the rats. If SAA is providing YPG with weapons, that’s a recent development, long overdue. The article mentions assistance by airstrikes, but does not specify whether USAF or SAAF; SAAF has, recently, begun supporting YPG with airstrikes. Link to ARA:… Read more »
teevee
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YPG has very close ties as well as support from IRGC, that’s why they’re not getting the support PKK and co. are getting.

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Those who have won more with the incursion of IS to Hasaka are Kurds , they have not only gained IS territory but also areas previously controlled the Syrian government.This IS seemed offensive to oust the SAA in the area, and almost certainly after the YPG ‘s resume, but they did not expect the brave Syrian resistance.

Arklight
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Cataro: Dumping on the Kurds? Good grief. IS is the enemy, along with whomever provides weapons, training and money. Keep your eye upon the prize, which is a rat free Syria.

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ArkLight , I apologize to you but I distrust the Kurds because we all know that the Obama administration is behind them . The Caliphate does not bother me , it’s just a tool that will disappear when it has met its goals, and move to another area , as do their masters with Al Qaeda

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Israel recognizes the Kurds of Syria and Iraq as a independent country

The Rift
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Fuck the Kurds, I met one in my country, I let him know fast that I know a few other Syrians in the city and they were very nice people who miss their homes, they told me it was very relaxed compared to here. Now they hear of friends dying and in trouble, they find it hard to hide their grief, and they KNOW it comes from terrorist USSA. They cannot be fooled, even in Europe. They know who is calling the shots. Back to the story, as soon as he heard this from me, he verbally assaulted me, he… Read more »
Anonymous
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Back stabbers! No wonder the Israelis love them!

Arklight
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Cataro: Oh! Bomb ’em! supports the Iraqi Kurds, up to a point, that’s true. I don’t know if you remember that during Desert Storm the Americans conned the Kurds and the Southern Shi’ia into rebelling against Hussein, and then hung both out to dry. After that war, Saddam hosed down the Kurds with chemical weapons and slaughtered the Southern Shi’ia, and then drained the southern wetlands which left the Shi’ia homeless and starving. For the second Gulf War, Washington tried to swindle the Kurds again, and the reply was (paraphrase), ‘Sure. You bet. When Hell freezes over.’ There weren’t enough… Read more »
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Ark: The chemical attack of Halabja happened already 1988. It was at the end of the Iran-Iraq war and the Kurds were seen as armies of the enemy and maybe 100 000 of them died in the attempt to exterminate all Kurds in Iraq. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halabja_chemical_attack Following the Gulf war 1990 of George Bush the elder the US established successfully a zone of Kurdish influence via the “no-fly zones” in North and South Iraq. A Shia zone did not appear. There were accusations of chemical warfare but not accounted for. When the younger Bush invaded Iraq he counted on the Kurdish… Read more »
The Rift
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Next you will be telling us that the Holocaust was a real event. Go figure.

Arklight
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Rift: My dad was one of the first American troops to enter Ravensbruck, and the Holocaust was real enough for him. He went to other camps, too, but Ravensbruck sure put the whammy on him. If you live in the US and don’t kiss the government’s ass, Ravensbruck could be coming to a requisitioned farm near you. Think about it.

The Rift
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Rubbish Arklight, I can also say that I seen pictures of the Earth, and now it truly is round, despite the fact that humanity has been shown the SAME Photoshopped image of the earth since the 70s, I dont believe shit you say.

FHTEX
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The horror of the concentration camps in the last few months of the war was real, Arklight. But, the emaciated bodies that were lined up mostly died of starvation and typhus, due largely to the collapse of the German economy and society. Did your father mention that by conservative estimates, 60,000 (and by larger estiamtes, hundreds of thousands) of German prisoners of war died for similar reasons in Allied camps in the year after the war, with similarly emaciated bodies? You need to study ALL historical accounts of the :”holocaust”. You might be surprised at what you will learn, But,… Read more »
The Rift
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Well said FHTX, another thing people do not know is that this amount of death that was also caused by the Dresden bombers. was also used to bomb the roads leading to these camps, therefore blocking off all food and treatment to those interned. Accelerating the number of dead, the Germans kept meticulous records, that prove different to the terrorist jew skewed history of events.

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The greatest killer in WW2; almost on all fronts, was famine and disease, primarily typhus. My grandpa told me of those days; Typhus got him too, but he survived. Most didn’t. They used to smoke their clothing above camp fires to try and kill the flies that transmit typhus, but to little effect.

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Regarding FHTEX’s comment replying to Rift, only a part of Europe has ‘holocaust denial’ laws, tho indeed oppressive because truth or facts are no defence. Of 48 countries in Europe (from Black Sea coast westwards), 15, less than one-third, have Holocaust denial laws. Of 28 countries in the EU, nearly half, 13, have denial laws, but mostly in middle latitudes. EU countries with no holocaust denial laws are all of Scandinavia, UK & Ireland, plus Estonia & Latvia in the north; and in southern Europe, Spain, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, & Bulgaria. EU countries with denial laws threatening… Read more »
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The Holocaust was very real in the sense that Jews were interned en masses in work camps and unfortunately many thousands died. That is true, but then the propaganda kicks in. The camps were intended to be work camps and interment camps, not death camps. The German government viewed the Jews as the enemy because they were at war with Bolshevik USSR and the Jews largely supported the Soviets. Also, international Jewry had declared war on Germany in the early 1930’s. The nationalist socialist government of Germany intended to throw off the yoke of the Rothschild central bankers, and that… Read more »
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Germany maintained through the whole war a Jewish emigration office with Jewish personel and the aim of Jewish emigration to Palestine. The efforts were blocked by the British Empire, at that time overlords of Palestine. That triggered the terrorist activities of “Hagana” against British Administration.

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Great discussion here. I would like to add a youtube link which concerns a interview with Ursula Haverbeck. She is a german historicus which made extensive research about the biggest taboo of all times. Very intersting interview which opened my eyes :

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My grand father was SS, panther tank driver, on the russian and later the french front, he very much disliked the swines of the death squads but he didn t deny any of it.. .

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To Saladin:
Final Solution was the only intention. Exterminate the Jews. Slaughters camps were constructed in the murder. They had a different purpose. My uncle survived a German concentration camp. The concentration camps were extermination and Czechs in Czechoslovakia.

https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seznam_n%C4%9Bmeck%C3%BDch_koncentra%C4%8Dn%C3%ADch_t%C3%A1bor%C5%AF

(pink marking the slaughters camps)

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Alan Berger: What about the Czech camps for the Germans? You DID exterminate the Germans. There is nobody left. Many Jews survived the war. In Czechoslovakia there were more Germans than Slovaks. They were the majority in the border region around Czech. They were robbed, beaten, murdered and driven away. Are you proud of that?

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To the people who rubbish the kurds, there is good and bad in all, i am not happy about them trying to create a state the way they are going about it, BUT, i bet many have had enough of ISIS and want to protect themselves, wouldn’t anyone here do the same?.

It seems some are taking advantage of the situation to further their cause for a new state, they are being duped by the yanks, once the yanks have used them they will discard them i believe, anyone being helped or recognised by america or israel is already in trouble.

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@Arklight.
Let me join the queue saying the Kurds are not to be trusted. The Great Satan’s plan is to carve out a rump state in this area, and they could care less if it’s IS or Barfly Barzani or the YPG.
Since IS will sink under its own depravity, that leaves Upper Inner Kurdi-Rojavastan, if you like. It will be an infringement of Iraqi, Turkish and Syrian sovereign states, and the scum in the Pentagon will like that just fine.
So will the Abomination.
If you doubt this, read more MSM pap about the ‘brave Kurds’ who are ‘doing all the fighting.’

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I agree. If the central government helps them they will remember when the war is over. Folks in the ME have long memories for both gratitude and revenge.The same goes for the Druze. Just because Israel and its puppet USA give lip service to the Kurds, they were cut up in pieces after WWI as part of the US/European Zionist strategy to exploit the ME. The Druze were expelled from Syria following an uprising so Israel took them in on the basis of “the enemy of my enemy is my friend”. The Druze are waking up. The Kurds are not… Read more »
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Wesley Clark blitheres. Internal concentration camps are nothing new, going back to the John Warner Defense Appropriation Act and Rex 84; has nothing whatever to do with ‘radicalized youth’ and everything to do with Americans who disagree with the US Government.

http://www.rt.com/usa/310333-general-clark-radicalized-camps/

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General Wesley Clark, Ret., aka General Jack D. Ripper, to Leading Aircraftsman Arklight: “ I can no longer sit back and allow Mooslim Arab Commie infiltration, Mooslim Arab Commie indoctrination, Mooslim Arab Commie subversion and the international Mooslim Arab Commie conspiracy to sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids … ‘It’s incredibly obvious, isn’t it? A foreign substance is introduced into our precious bodily fluids without the knowledge of the individual. Certainly without any choice. That’s the way your hard-core, Sharia law-loving, freedom-hating, Mooslim Arab Commie works … ‘I… first became aware of it, Arklight, during the physical… Read more »
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ArkLight is an undercover Mossad, psychological operations officer. Agent counterintelligence service Syper you follow the footprints, Zionist rat!

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Anon: The solution to that problem with NATO is not that difficult: If NATO stays home, and DC quits jabbing the bear, the problem goes away.

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NATO is at home. These are NATO member countries. And the problem is no problem, more like a tradition from the cold war days. It is called a show of force.

Arklight
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Nobilitatis: Respectfully, more like showing their ass.

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NONSENSE! Nothing but “crying wolf” to increase fear-mongering and budget. Tu-95 Bear is NOT that dangerous for NATO. It is an old, lumbering, slow giant, that can be hit with AA with ease. Tu-160 is much more dangerous than Tu-95.

The greatest threat to NATO in Europe are Iskander-E SRBM and subsequent strikes.
The greatest threat for USA are Borei submarines carrying Bulava missiles, as well as Yasen attack submarines.

the Thylacine
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The fifth-column Moscow Times was not slow to announce the Bear’s frailty
Russian Bomber Crashes in 6th Military Aircraft Loss in One Month
VT carried the story http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/07/18/russian-bomber-crashes-in-6th-military-aircraft-loss-in-one-month/

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I nearly choked on my McDonalds burger the other day. David Cameron was making a speech that War has been declared on I.S.I.S. Only now does this man officially declare that I.S.I.S. is a threat, but new measures are now used to tackle extreminism. occupy london is now listed as a terrorist organisation and all they do is sleep in little tents in the city.
Stay strong.

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First problem you have was: McDevil, what you eating that for ?, what are you doing supporting the enemy ?, and what are you subjecting your body to ? Other than that, we know they all retarded terrorist Axis of the West led by izraHELL.
Support your local, do NOT support or buy terrorist USSA and izraHELL goods, check your labels and especially the barcodes, hopefully you know that izraHELL just just change their numbers for this reason.

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I hate when I get this Anon thing, from cleaning out my system, does not happen much, I think twice now.

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Rift: The ‘Level 0’ folks are an interesting lot; Some of them present very worthwhile posts, well thought out and informed, and some appear to have gotten their Ph. D in Applied Wedge Ass without ever having attended a class. Trying to pick a fight over Mickey D is a pretty long stretch.

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I guess you were reading, but not absorbing, point taken, thanks.

The Rift
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You are such an obvious jew shill, you have been bust.

Anonymous
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Busted! hehehehehehehe!

BUSTED
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It’s time to get out of the closet! hehehehehehe!

Frank Reitzenstein
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I rent out rooms. People are addicted to junk food even when they have serious illnesses. I moved out into the garage and will continue my disciplines.

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Putin the Best Thing Happened to Russia in Hundred Years – US Officer President Vladimir Putin is probably the best thing that has happened to Russia in a hundred years, a former US army officer points out http://sputniknews.com/politics/20150721/1024878909.html According to Scott Bennett, a former US army psychological warfare officer and counter-terrorism analyst, Russian President Vladimir Putin is equatable to the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan: both leaders took their countries out of a “deep depression and economic stagnation.” “I do not think a more patriotic figure with a greater love of country and people than Vladimir Putin… Read more »
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Anon: I think it’s arguable that Vladimir Putin is also the best thing that’s happened to the US since Ronny Rayguns. Just sayin’ – –

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I would say he was the best ever and will not be surpassed.

Anonymous
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Good call Franky boy!

Nobilitatis
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Now the standard is set by Peter the Great and Katharina the Great.
Who was the Greatest Australian?

Arklight
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Nobilitatis: One Pound Jimmy

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I googled it. Nice.

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les patterson nobilitis

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That’s funny. Who says that? “Scott Bennett, a former US army psychological warfare officer and counter-terrorism analyst… in an interview with Press TV” Kind of strange. At the time, when gen. Clark calls for concentration camps for disloyal USAns, some military guys and spooks appear on Iranian Press TV. lol They cannot risk that much. They must have been delegated to this job of infiltrating their enemy with psychological warfare. Press TV has been weird for long. It looked like they were assuming the point of view of USA and Britain, and of course trying to blend in with the… Read more »
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I don’t know, but several of the presenters at PressTV make (apparently) masonic gestures in their shows. I have my skepticism towards masons, for their role in French and Russian revolutions.

Anonymous
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Why is RT bad? Uncensored content?

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The imperial agenda of the US did not start with Obama. Teddy Roosevelt was major imperialist. FDR cut the first deal with the Saudis. Wilson was in on the scheme behind WWI. Reagan was just an acting President with Alzheimer’s disease. Truman was bribed by the Zionists to create Israel so he could get re-elected. Comparing Putin to Reagan (who was more like the bumbling, incompetent Boris Yeltsin) is an insult to Putin who is truly a master of geopolitical strategy as opposed to maintaining a tough man persona. Dr. Assad has the persona that is truly appropriate to salvage… Read more »
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Putin, He’s won man of the year numerous times, also he’s been Time magazines most popular once and close to being number one a few times, enjoys the popularity of over 80% many claim, Putin and Assad have the most popularity from their people, something any leader around the world would die for, i think Chavez was not far off if i remember, maybe even Castro.

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Russia Proves to Be Friend of Syrian People Amid Crisis – Syrian PM Syrian Prime Minister Wael Nader Halqi claims that Russia has proved to be a friend of the Syrian people amid the crisis in the country http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20150721/1024872460.html DAMASCUS (Sputnik) — Moscow has proved to be a friend of the Syrian people by supporting Damascus during the crisis in the country, Syrian Prime Minister Wael Nader Halqi told Sputnik. “Russia has proved to be a friend of the Syrian people, and its positions have been repeatedly reaffirmed at the highest level. It is worth emphasizing that in the UN… Read more »
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Vetoing UNSC resolution had no real value. No resolution was needed to start a war, to send terrorist hordes to Syria and to repeatedly bombard Syria. USA, Israel, Turkey, Saudis repeatedly bombarded Syria without any UN resolution. Lack of it didn’t stop them. Syria was bombarded by Israel and USA even with tactical nukes. USA didn’t admit to it, but shifted the blame to Israel for its attacks with cruise missiles launched from submarines. It’s easier if Israel, the rouge state, takes the blame; and Israel is happy, because it may look strong. I wonder if the Jews are happy… Read more »
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So, why didn’t the U.S. and NATO bomb Syria in 2013. The trigger was clearly pulled. The most plausible expanation is the fear of the large Russian fleet in the Eastern Mediterranean. One theory is that some U.S. generals and admirals talked Obama out of bombing without congressionql authorization. Either that or they were prepared to refuse the order to bomb:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/us-military-officers-have-deep-doubts-about-impact-wisdom-of-a-us-strike-on-syria/2013/08/29/825dd5d4-10ee-11e3-b4cb-fd7ce041d814_story.html

http://www.dcclothesline.com/2013/09/04/u-s-soldiers-in-open-rebellion-against-obamas-war-in-syria

Anonymous
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USA and allies did bomb Syria several times!!!
They did do it without any resolution.
At that particular time they may have had some problems with satellites or Pentagon hacks. Just like recently revealed problems with the hacked Patriot missiles. That’s the most probable cause.
French regime was very surprised and disappointed at the end of Aug 2013. So the decision not to bomb at that particular time was sudden. Had nothing to do with UNSC.
USA and allies bombarded Syria before and after Sep 2013, anyway..

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FHTX: US Cruise missiles were, allegedly, launched for Spain targeting Syria, but were destroyed by Russian and/or Iranian navy vessels, with a subsequent warning to the US not to try that stunt again. At the same time it was reported that the Syrian Navy had sunk one, possibly two, Israeli submarines, but I know of no official confirmation of either claim. Suffice to say that Obama’s noise about ‘surgical strikes’ and ‘limited military objectives’ has been stifled, until the very recent rumblings of the need for US ground troops inside Syria. With the wheels coming off everything DC or London… Read more »
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The Great Satan has not given up its machinations against Syria by any means, as Tony Cartalucci (whose track record is scarily good) writes —
http://landdestroyer.blogspot.co.uk/2015/07/propaganda-wave-portends-invasion-of.html#more
The slimeball Ash Carter also seems eager to send in ground forces, though not likely to be Yanks, as he spoke in Jordan, to the assembled chimps of the English-loving Hashemist pygmy Quisling, Abdullah.
These swine are one-trick ponies, but the Russian bringdown of General Stavridis’ Tomahawks has kept their traps buttoned. So far.

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500 mega ton thermonuclear power will rain on London.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Yes our American colleagues (read enemies) tell us that UN Security Council is regularly vetoed by Russia and China. This is obviously a threat to democracy and perhaps the organization needs to be shut down.

At this rate we will be seeing G1 Summits?

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The United nation ( singular ). Headed by Samantha Power ( dessed as Charlie Chaplin), Susan Rice and Hitlery Clinton ( both dressed in their normal Grand Dame satanic witch cloaks ).

Otherwise known as the modern day Graeae.

G1, I gotta hand it to you Francy, that made me laugh.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Yes you seem to know which colleagues I was referring to.

CHEVI789
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G1 summits, lmfao, nice one Frank.

Arklight
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Moon of Alabama thread on US troops remaining in Afghanistan. Worth the read.

http://www.moonofalabama.org/

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There’s too much taxpayer money to be wasted, heroin for the CIA to sell, and heaven forbid possible “influence” to lose ifthe West pulls out of there..

After head faking Russia into the first was, then spectacularly failing at their own adventure, the West has successfully destroyed what was once perhaps not cosmopolitan, but certainly not ass backwards.

Debt and death. That is what our leaders deal in. Nothing else.

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dudley: The Bactrians (Afghans) had underground aqueducts before Persia was much more than a gang of armed thugs beating up the neighbors. They also had some of the finest metal smiths in the ancient world, crafting items that still cannot be duplicated. I guess that just wanting to be left alone was too much of a challenge for everybody else, huh? Well the fondest hopes and wishes of great empires are just dust, swirling about with every wind that blows through the passes and over the plains of Afghanistan, and those of the Americans will prove to be no more… Read more »
dudleydoright911
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Side story. I buy silver and there is a company which makes bullion called silver bullet / silver shield ( first ) – Silver shield ( now ). The guy who started it said that there are 2 types of people, those that want to be left alone and those who won’t leave you alone. They talk about the “debt and death paradigm” as well and a few years ago they made a knock off of the american eagle silver coin which featured a predator drone. It was called the warbird: http://silvershieldcollection.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/WAR-BIRD-Coin-BU-Sample-300×300.jpg They did a version of the queen as… Read more »
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dudley: the eagle is a catchy design. Nice.

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Syria, Russia Discussing Loans, Possibility of Damascus’ Eurasian Union Bid The Syrian government is in talks with Russia and Belarus on new loans to boost economic development. Syrian Prime Minister Wael Nader Halqi expressed hope that Russia would positively respond to the request http://sputniknews.com/business/20150721/1024862014.html DAMASCUS (Sputnik) – The Syrian leadership is discussing the possibility of new loans from Russia and Belarus to boost economic development in the country, Syrian Prime Minister Wael Nader Halqi told Sputnik. “We are continuing talks with Russia and Belarus on new credit lines to help us meet the production demand and create new opportunities to… Read more »
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Is Iran eligible to become part of Eurasian zone….?

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Yep, optimism is in the air. They are obviously planning on post-war re-development. Russia has invested heavily to save Syria from the fate of Libya for a self-interested reason. They must be saying “Curses, foiled again” in Tel Aviv and and its branch office, WDC.

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Ron Paul Liberty Report – The Deadly Fallacy of Good Intentions

Published on Jul 21, 2015

C.S. Lewis wrote that, “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive.” Good intentions are often behind the most deadly of government policies, from humanitarian interventionism to regulating our eating habits

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09d1Pt5oAxM

[…]

Frank Reitzenstein
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I am happy to hear Ziad that there is business in Syria after all the waste and destruction. I hope we can thrive with our African ventures. I would like to employ people in war torn countries if we could accommodate them underground or somewhere safe. Meanwhile it is so hard. Both of my ladies in Africa are without power for extended periods. You really have to give all you have to help the poor. I am glad we invested in land and growing food. That doesn’t require much technology and sadly, the way the western world is going it… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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Nobilitatis

Now we know that you are a liar and it also does not add up with the other claims about yourself.

The only connection is that it is always only about YOU. Very unlike people who live to help.

Frank Reitzenstein
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There is plenty of evidence that we exist.
https://ke.linkedin.com/pub/jane-nyambura/56/a57/240

Frank Reitzenstein
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The original ads are still online pus
http://www.africaguide.com/forums/read.php?12,18329

Frank Reitzenstein
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All about me? Well yes. About Us is 10 years old or so. It is their job to maintain the site, but training takes ages. Jane’s dad cant read, can’t speak English and he has no power. We have been waiting almost a year for them to connect power on the farm.

I bought him this car because I couldn’t bear his suffering, high blood pressure and unemployment.

http://www.franz-schubert.com/images/car/20130617_144658.jpg

Here is my $1000 car. Samuels cost at least $7000

https://flatmates.com.au/181580

Its all.

About.

Me.

Nobilitatis
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You are a known liar. You are stealing identities.

Frank Reitzenstein
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These ads are 6 years old with timestamps.

http://www.africaguide.com/forums/read.php?12,18329

How do you “steal these identities”?

I invite you to Moscow.

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

We certainly wouldn’t want your idiocy to multiply.

The Rift
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Thanks Ziad, I think Mayflies have a relatively long life compared to the scourge of foreign rats that fight in Syria. May their 72 virgins be all Conchita Würsts.

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Ziad, excellent news, in Raqqa HispanTV bombing was announced, the support of the Lebanese Resistance and Syria’s allies is essential to stop the criminal plan aimed at destabilizing Syria, we celebrate the end of the Central Prison wing siege of Aleppo and all his triumphs trying to silence the helpers of terrorism. May God bless the presindente AL Assad and the entire Army and the National Defence Forces, including the SAAF. The defense of Syria is a pride for all who want to see victorious and victory is near, at home long ago proudly plamea Syrian flag. Long live free… Read more »
giulio larosa
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I read too the bomb from SAA to Raqqa but as it is possible? To bomb Raqqa with cannons you might be closer than 30Km! This is a news that need to know depeer, I hope the SAA is going to do a new strategy: go to rats fortress, kick , return in safe areas. It is true?

saluti from Pescara Duesicilie Giulio Larosa

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Canthama
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captainx, and a bit more action at Fuah and Kafraya, it is incredible that under siege for long time, the Syrians managed to counter attack the rats. Kudos to the heroes of Fuah and Kafraya.

“NDF in Fuah Kafraya carry out a special operation in east outskirts by taking control of military positions on the road in the vicinity of the town of Binnish killing/injuring dozens of militants and capturing a vehicle Idlib countryside”

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/623568027443855360

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Another positive development in Qalamoun-Damascus, the road linking the rat stronghold of Barada to Zabadani was liberated by the Syria and Hizballah, slowly but steadly this whole region that used to be highly dominated by rats is being liberated.

https://twitter.com/ResistanceER/status/623530142858649600

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=33.675783&lon=36.135406&z=12&m=b&gz=0;360754966;336246256;369071;0;0;20011;30899;522999;296974;985718

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Besides taking a position at Kfar Shams during the weekend, the SAA is pushing at Umm Batnah, actions in the southern front lately may indicate a bigger operation in Quneytra.

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/623554892733485056

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https://syrianperspective.com/2015/07/aleppos-vast-cemetery-for-obamas-rodents-terrorists-drop-like-mayflies.html#comment-115638: Now nobody shoots down Russian aircraft. And Russian navy does not sink US ships.
Only Malaysian aircraft seems to have a target sign. And they do not need Iskander since Buk is already enough.
There is no war coming. It is more like to test reactions.

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The entire campaign to invade Jisr Al-Shughoor has been a flop from the tactical point of view and proof that the rats are mentally incapable of thinking clearly You mean strategic. Tactically it was a definite success given they seized it – a fact even your mendacious arse can’t deny anymore. Nevermind that it was a strategic victory as well, as it influenced the start of the Tiger ™ Idlib marathon we witnessed in the following weeks which – unfortunately – your entire extended family seems to had missed completely, leaving us faithful SyrPer readers in the dark. PS: There… Read more »
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There is no SAA presence in Assad

A’zaaz.

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No, it was a failure. Most of the heroes in the hospital siege appear to have escaped, leaving many goons scratching their beards before being fried with “bye-bye” artillery fire and air strikes. What is their next step, to sit there like a**holes to be encircled and annihilated ?

I am no military man, but even I can see through the strategy of the terrorists, and it is ultimately failing, though I do admit they have caused great, great misery in their stinking wake.

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Yes, that’s what Ziad and his umpteenth wife’s nephew would have you believe. M8, scrounging through both regime and rebel online sources you’ll see there are far more heroic corpses posted than heroic escapees. You could – and knowing Ziad and his SyrPer clown posse you probably will – argue that the photographic and video evidence of said corpses was taken elsewhere or is fake for whatever reason, but that doesn’t change the fact that from ~450 besieged people we see a couple of dozen survivors at most. Seeing how much attention both rebel and regime media payed to the… Read more »
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“regime and rebel online sources”

You’re a bit too obvious when you call the hired cannibal terrorists “rebels” and Assads government a “regime”, mate.

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You may not know the difference of strategy and tactic.
If they sit there and wait to be exterminated that is a tactical error. Coming there with no hope to win the war resulting in the only possible outcome to die meaningless deaths is the error of strategy.

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Quote:

The entire campaign to invade Jisr Al-Shughoor has been a flop from the tactical point of view.

Who controls Jisr ash-Shughour? The rebels. Did they achieve their primary objective? Yes.
It doesn’t take a genius to see that it’s a tactical victory.

If they sit there and wait to be exterminated that is a tactical error

Yes. Except I’ve yet to see anyone seize a strategically important town of 40 000 by just sitting and waiting.

The return of Mentat......[Tundra]
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The return of Mentat......[Tundra]

Hello Mentat…….morphed again have you……..lol

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Our IDF psyops. Control. Who is paying for that control? The London bankers. Someone is going to burn his fingers. TOW missile = Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided Range of a TOW = 2.7 up to 3.1 km. Costs of a TOW 40.000 dollars for one tube and 180.000 dollars for 1 launch platform. http://g503.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=220968 Detailed info on TOW’s How can those 16.000 American paid, American made, American delivered TOW’s (a pure declaration of war) one day backfire on the USA/UK/France? One well aimed shot with a TOW could do 25 billion of damages! The damages of insurance company Lloyds are… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Tundra seizes on one or two “conquest” by his beloved terrorists to support his overall view of undeniable victory, but the problem is that this is a war waged all over the country, so if say the tiger forces are heading towards Raqqa and they happen to be called in to go somewhere else to help out it all of the sudden is said to be a weakness, i do not buy this, Raqqa is NOT safe and when the time comes it is going to be a slaughter of many terrorists, it will happen, invaders these days will never… Read more »
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Before this war on Syria organized by some Jews/Zionists from Israel on the orders of the London bankers and in cooperation with the American gullible fools trailer trash of the world. Before this organized war against Syria there was a HUMAN SHIELD of Arabs/Palestinians/Christians inside Israel protecting the Zionists/Jews against holocaust 2. The thermonuclear holocaust. This HUMAN shield of Arabs/Palestinians/Christians protected Israel for over 60 years against thermonuclear doom. NOW ISRAEL IS ONE PEOPLE “Think, too, of the great part that is played by the unpredictable in war: think of it now, before you are actually committed to war. The… Read more »
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Tundra is right. Sadly, tactically that was actually a victory and strategically as well as it blocked any further advances towards Raqqa, it forced Tiger Forces to get redeployed to Jazaal and Idlib and it slowered the campaign in Zabadani. it also blocked the try to link Homs with Deir Ezzor. I don’t know how many resources rebels/ISIS spent in this desperate campaign, but at at a first look seems it worked. Seems they have infinite flow of new recruits, the kill ratio would be unsustainable for almost any regular army in the world. Well, maybe not China and Russia…But… Read more »
Tundra
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Always refreshing to see an Assad-supporter who maintains a connection with reality.

Be careful though, you’re now officially on the SyrPer list of Zionist and Wahhabeast cannibal psyops operatives.

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I’m beginning to understand your perspective a bit better, but I think you are ultimately wrong. I’ll elaborate on my claim about the terrorist strategy. Most of us think of an army as having uniformed soldiers, tanks, artillery, and air force, etc. etc. – US Russia, Britain, Syria, there’s a certain sameness. There is no doubt in my mind that the US are providing military advice to the terrorists, so they obviously look carefully at the nature of the “enemy”. It is clear to my mind that they are applying the lessons of huge irregular forces defeating a well trained… Read more »
FHTEX
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A. Watcher, the Vietcong were hardly the first fighters to use gueriila tactics. Yes, there are advantages to guerilla fighting, but there are also diadvantages if in the end you can’t control very much and can’t govern in the areas you control. It is clear that the Syrian people want this war over, which is wy almost all of the rebel fighters are outsiders. To be successful, a guerilla campaign must have the people with it; as Mao once said, “Drain the swamps and the fish will die.” The swamp (popular support for the jihadists) has long been drained, so… Read more »
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A. Watcher

If I understood your post correctly, I think we might be saying the same thing in some ways.

Thucydides
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The Vietcong used the number 3 to organize its army.
I would do the exact same in Syria.
3 people make the strongest bonds.
So put 3 snipers together. So make a ATGM tank hunting team out of 3 people. Mortar team 3 people. Tank, 3 people. Try to organize everything on the GROUND level of the army in 3 people.

jayhubbell2013
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The so-called “infinite flow of new recruits” is a myth. Their attrition factor is critical since the gateways in from Syria’s enemy states are largely choked off and the number of religious fanatics from hither and yon are dwindling. Whereas, the government is getting crucial support from HZB and Iran. Next stop, the gates of Raqqa, Game over! Those 72 virgins are going to be very busy servicing so many clients.

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I’m sorry I don’t get your point. What you’re saying is that the Jihadi army fully financed by the Saudi kingdom of death, Lead on the ground by the Turkish officers and weapons, and following Israeli directions that is supported by US/NATO surveillance, have achieved some kind of strategic or tactical advantage? Well, maybe for a little while. But in reality all they have achieved is more destruction and casualty of Syria and Syrians. You not being a Syrian obviously don’t care, however Syria and her allies will only escalate the situation as you are witnessing. Causing even further death… Read more »
Anonymous
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According to this, Russia and China voted against Iranian arming Syria and allies!

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940429001388

Prof. Marandi: Zarif Told Me in Vienna Iran Will Continue Arms Aid to Regional Allies

“Mr. Zarif told me that Iran would continue its arms aid to the regional nations and he told me that it would be in violation of the UN Security Council resolution (that was adopted earlier today), but it would not be in opposition to the agreement (also known as the Comprehensive Joint Plan of Action),”

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too many caveats in the Comprehensive Joint Plan of Action which will be exploited by the Zionist and their poodles, seems Zarif was more interested in his noble peace prize rather then sound, verifiable agreement. Now the IRGC commanders are demanding that the right to inspect the military sites be curtailed. Too late, it is enshrined in the plan of action. Lets see what the 60 day congress debates bring to this. I suspect Iran will soon find there were some traitors within the negotiators, i suspect the SL knows this, he has hinted this. Cash and corruption blighted their… Read more »
Anonymous
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Al Shughur Al Zabadaani it always sounds like there liberation has almost happened already and then it drags on and on….

Sad Guy
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It’s extremely annoying reading retarded fanatics or Ziad’s arse-licking who critisize and accuse anybody of “terrorism supporting” only for analyzing the reality exclusively ONLY from a military and strategic point of view. And the reality is that before the Jis Shugoor terrorist offensive lead-by NATO and Turks, SAA was on the offensive and like many times happened, everytime terrorists are cornered in some places they launch counter-offensives elsewhere to distract SAA troops. This worked only partially. In Zabadani they couldn’t do much as the town is encircled and lost. But Raqqa is safe for the moment and SAA was forced… Read more »
DT
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Imperialist rat vermin are dying on an industrial scale and are not just fighting Syrians and the SAA, they are having to fight Iran, Russia, Iraqis, Hezbollah, Righteousness, Humanity and God within this arena of death from which they can never escape. The rats’ backers care not a stitch about their criminal pawns and increasingly squirm with discomfort at how their waning power cannot (can never) produce the results they were banking on 4 years ago. They say ‘all roads lead to Damascus’. This where imperialism has brought itself to a grinding, embarrassing halt. You trolls are so very sad… Read more »
Canthama
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DT, awesome post, one of the very best I ever saw at Syrper, well done and thanks for putting these words out there, they meant a lot to me and possibly to most of Syrpers, but above all to the ones in this battle front against evil. Thank you.

DT
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Thank you also Canthama for standing with us all for what is Right and Good. Your work is incessant and very much appreciated by more than you realise.

May God continue to watch over Syria, Iraq and Yemen. Love and Peace to all.

Anonymous
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And you DT obviously haven’t read a single word of what I wrote or you wouldn’t have quoted me saying me “troll”.
So cut with that idiotic sermon and go say “troll” to your grandpa, retard.

Ozskeptic
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Ozskeptic

A skeptic’s observation:

There’s so much crap talked on SyPer about ‘tactics’ …. mostly by armchair generals who couldn’t win a game of dominoes.

Ozskeptic
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2nd skeptic’s observation:

The rats ARE making ground!!!
They’re digging into the ground now, so technically, they are making gains .. but only in cubic metres!

Thucydides
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There are NO new recruits anymore for FAKE CIA Jihad in Syria. There are NO new mercenaries from CIA holes to fight in Syria either. To occupy a country like Iraq, Syria, Iran takes massive amounts of men. As the following REAL facts reveal. This is why the USA can not send ground forces into Syria, Lebanon and Iran. But this can change in 5-20 years when the American public that is arrogant, stupid and likes war is no longer war tired. Democracy does not work if the government lies to the people and hides the truth willingly. Democracy does… Read more »
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