MAD RATS AND ENGLISHMEN; CAMERON IS A BLOODTHIRSTY SOCIOPATH HEADING INTO THE MAWS OF THE BEAR

Cameron prepares to receive his spoonful of soft-boiled egg from his darky manservant before putting in another hard day of lying to the people of England.  (Image courtesy of Dailystar.UK.)

 

He has a face so plain caricaturists find it difficult to render it from mediocrity to Blutruunstigkeit (bloodthirstyness).   He is the classic monster, someone you would never suspect with his English “ghulam’s” appearance, cherubic in some ways as though he were the Archbishop’s acolyte – that is until you realize he dreams of death and finds in his own machinations and ideations his only reason for existence.   Antichrist?  Similar.  Perhaps not the acolyte of a clergyman, but, the henchman of a crypto-Nazi pederast.  Along with the perverted imbecile at the White House, the sickening bastard-making cockalorum in Paris, the noxious faux-Islamic dunderheads in Ankara, Riyadh and Doha, he shares with them the selfsame indictments for war crimes and crimes against humanity.  He is a mass murderer.

Cameron is so anxious to join the American-led charade in the Near East – specifically in the fertile crescent, he has joined the traitorous Neo-Cons in Washington and their halftaroon stooge on Pennsylvania Avenue in drawing the curtains over the plot to oust the sitting leader of a member  and founding state of the United Nations.  He conceals his viciousness behind the laudable quest to destroy the Middle East’s most virulent army of nihilists – an army created by his own allies in the Zionist Settler State, the U.S. and, you got it, England;  the Caliph of Cockadoodledoo could only be invented by English orientalists, demoniacal panjandrums addicted to the orgasmic rush when brown-complexioned Pakkis scream Allahu Akbar as they drive their Semtex-laden lorries into the non-existent panoply of oblivion – courtesy of Her Highness.  He sniggers when he receives his daily digest of British accomplishments, how many WOGS went to Hell singing “God Save Our Miserable Queen”.

As this minor Shakespearean tragedy evolves, Cameron dons his black cloak and hunches over to mutter the self-same lies about President Assad.  “Why he is killing his own people”.  “He has killed hundreds of thousands of his own people.”  The Bard’s own genius here is best illustrated in how Cameron almost suggests in an aside, while squinting:

“But, O, if they only knew my fingers,

Erubescent as they ought not be,

Did with these Canaanitish folk,

Tear out their hearts so chirurgically.”

(Note to readers: don’t look this up. I wrote this whilst in a swound.)

 

Desperate to block the Iranian-Iraqi-Syrian gas pipeline to the Mediterranean, he has sold his soul to the eternal enemies of man – the Arabians of Saudi and Qatar.  They own most of his soccer teams and their money keeps the Isle of Man afloat.  He must appease them.  The Emirates hire his pilots to fly their aircraft and their logo is emblazoned on the shirts of his most famous football players – Ittihad/Emirates…..blah blah blah.  He provides visiting dignitaries from these pre-Bronze Age micro-monarchies with the cutest cupidons from his own orphanages or those unlucky little Polish children who happen to have been swiped off the streets by the “cleaners” at either MI5 or Whitehall.  He has turned England into a seraglio for pedophiles.

True to his words, Cameron has even inaugurated a new wing to Heathrow Airport called the “John Wayne Gacy Memorial Terminal” in honor of all the child molesting Arabians who visit England every day.

 

Now, he wants to join the battle against ISIS.  He has vowed to strike in Syria.  He plans to violate international law in order to block the Syrian Army’s successes which have turned the tide against the English-supported rodents at every front.  He plans and he plans.  And so does Vladimir Putin.

Cameron thinks the Russians are only self-interested.  And he’s right.  What Cameron can’t figure out is why Syria is important to Moscow.  He just can’t quite make heads or tails out of all this.  If we are fortunate, Jeremy Corbin might finally penetrate the veil of mist and arrive at these conclusion:

 

1.   Iran is dead set on extending the natural gas pipeline across Iraq to the Syrian coast for export to Europe.

2.   Iraq intends to earn royalties from the gas pipeline by charging duty.

3.   Syria intends to earn a windfall from its own delivery of natural gas to Europe.

4.   Russia intends to participate in the technology required to transport the natural gas to Europe.

5.   Gazprom, Russia’s oil and gas monopoly, will earn billions from this project by providing either subsurface pipelines or shipping.

6.   Russia does not want any Turk victory in Syria because the Turks are trying to reduce their reliance on Russian and Iranian gas by seizing proven Syrian gas    reservoirs under the Mediterranean.

7.   Russia is planning to influence Syrian decision-making about energy to Europe because Russia is moving its majority gas production toward China.

8.   Russia has extensive economic links to Iran, which needs Russia’s support at the U.N.S.C., and Russia can play the same game without changing its posture away from the very lucrative markets in the East.

9.   Russia cannot, I repeat, CANNOT, permit any jihadist group to win in Syria for reasons having to do with its own battle against Chechen terrorists.

10. Russia cannot allow a defeat of its armaments and technology since it plans to be the major producer of weapons and arms for export to the world.

11.  Russia will not relinquish its port facilities at Tartous and Latakia and will never give up its new air base on the coast of Syria.

12.  Russia will not allow a repeat of the Libyan scenario or the chicanery which led up to it at the United Nations.

13.  Vladimir Putin is known to despise Barack Obama, David Cameron, Francois Hollande, Erdoghan and the Arabian troglodytes.

14.  Russia cannot allow an ally like Dr. Assad to fall under any circumstances or for all the money in the world because Assad cooperates with Moscow.

 

Now what does Cameron think he’s doing about all this?

 

1.  Cameron wants to help the United States establish an Islamic Caliphate which would be located perfectly at the points where the Iranian pipeline would be extended.

2.  Cameron will help ISIS by not allowing it to be destroyed although he doesn’t want it to expand too much, like, for example, to Coventry, England.

3.  Cameron thinks of Alqaeda/Nusra as an ally of England because, tee hee hee, if the truth be told, Saudi Arabia, controls Alqaeda.

4.  Cameron is dependent on Zionism for his own life.  He has joined Tony Blair’s elite cabal of Khazarian sycophants who are now inextricably tied to the Saudi Arabians and Qataris.  Get it?

5.  The Khazarians of the Zionist Settler State and the Saudi/Qatari neanderthals cannot allow the Shi’I Crescent to become even more powerful because it threatens their own existence.  Cameron understands this and wholly supports the Zionist plan.

 

WHEN WILL THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND WAKE UP AND REALIZE WHERE THEY ARE BEING TAKEN BY THIS TREACHEROUS MISCREANT AND SERVANT OF SATAN?  When will the people of England demand a return to a civilized way of life where scum, like Arabians and Ghetto rats, are dealt with according to their sewer etiquette?  England is heading for a disaster which is unavoidable if Cameron is allowed to persist in his insane pursuit of Zionist and Obamist goals.  Get rid of him before it’s too late.  ZAF

 

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Tony Backhouse invited you to Australian Anti-Bases Campaign Coalition‘s event

Demo against Australian bombing of Syria


Monday, September 21 at 4:30pm in UTC+10


270 Pitt St Sydney

Going

 

 

Maybe

 

 

Can’t Go

 

Stefan Heuer and 26 others are also in the guest list.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Robert Parry takes a slice out of Obama’s failed foreign policy for analysis:

http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2015/september/14/madness-of-blockading-syria-s-regime/


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Canthama
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As mentioned in the past two days, rats’ offensive has started, murderous Turkmen, Al Qaeda and several other rat gangs are trying to storm Kafraya and Fu’ah and kill all the 40,000 civilians there, 5 car bombs in the past 1 hr, huge barrage of bombs toward the city, this is a very dangerous situation, may God be with the heroes inside the two cities and give the brave defenders the courage and determination to exterminate any rat nearby. Time for SAAF to rain hell on rats and for Syria to unleash some ballistic missiles on rats’ gathering nearby the… Read more »
Canthama
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6 VBIEDs so far hit Kafraya and Fu’ah….tough moment.

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/644884950496362502

Canthama
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Canthama

7th VBIEDs has hit Tell Al Khirbeh, see map below where the fight has been on so far. Intense clashes at Deir Zughayb at the moment.
God bless the heroes defending the cities, and extra strength to the fighters on the battle front

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/644886294359769088

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/644888793569361921

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/644888138100248577

Anonymous
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ONCE AGAIN SyAF is failing to capitalize on massive concentrations of terrorists, and bomb them with guided bombs. Fuah and Kafraya areas are relatively small. Two or three simple drones could quickly pin point terrorist positions and weapons. Hama and Latakia airports are literally less than 100 kms away.

Why are SyAF NOT capitalizing on static and known positions of terrorists around these towns?

Anonymous
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Let me guess; Syrian authorities will NOT DO ANYTHING to capitalize on the terrorist attacks on civilian areas in Fuah. They will not attack Waer in Homs. They will not squeeze or bombard any surrounded terrorists. They will not use massive concentrations of terrorists around Fuah, despite the fact they can defeat them relatively easily with precision air strikes. No wonder terrorists are quick to attack and massacre civilians and everyone they wish. In Zabadani rats are getting “amnesty”, while civilians and prisoners across Syria are beheaded by terrorists. If these two towns are allowed to get over run, I… Read more »
Melik Rik
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The British political elite take a great deal of financial “support” from the Wahabbi barbarians of KSA and Qatar. This also applies in the US and throughout the West unfortunately.

He who pays the piper calls the tune and that is why so many in the Western political establishments and media are so jihadi/Islamist friendly.

Canthama
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No need to say more, post from the SAA FB page is self explanatory. Sometimes naivete may be misguided as stupidity. Wake up Europe! “The EU government are insisting on not working with the Syrian government, therefore not receiving Syrian intelligence data on those entering Europe as refugees. Even the data shared between Russian and Syria are not passed to the EU due the the European approach toward the Ukrainian crisis. Also, the opposition is forging Syrian passports to be used outside Syria, and because we do not share any data with any EU government, these passports can easily be… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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May I add/ correct a little:
The production of natural gas is not removable. A fair amount of the price is the transportation. Russia sells roughly the amount of gas to Europe as before, visible e.g. in the North Stream project. The production of the gas which will be exported to China comes additionally.

Anonymous
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rut row. bibi is going to moscow for talks

anon
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worried that Russia will defend Syrian airspace from israel’s frequent bomb raids? rutrow

Anonymous
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i don’t know. its all very confusing to me. watch what happens. the russians will acquiesce to israeli demands. they always do. after all, as putin has stated in the past. israel should be part of russia since so many russian speakers live there now. matter of fact there has not been much of a disconnect between the russians and the israelis since the 1967 war. when russia parked a submarine off the coast of israel with direct orders from the kremlin to turn israel to 10000 degreees F in a matter of moments. information taken from polish communist archives… Read more »
Quen o bama
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ziad the war against humanity we are currently waging v Syria is global, it’s money, power and think tanks. Cameron is a fucking moron. A 3rd rate actor in charge of a 3rd rate shamocracy in the UK we have an MSM that beggars belief, sadly enough sheeple read them and it gives them their daily dose of lies, racism, bru ha ha bias newspeak to get the sheeple through the day .They have to be told what to think The below link sums them up And the reaction they the MSM want And get https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4zYlOU7Fpk If you try to… Read more »
DT
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Forget the british having the ability to remove the criminal administration in the UK – the majority are intellectually terminally poisoned, completely self-absorbed, unwilling, incapable and blatantly willfully ignorant. The UK is a lockdown sterile ratsmaze pro-pedo instituition run by greedy criminal sociopathic rich filth, and a complete nightmare to live-in for anyone with a conscience or a shred of morality. More of a chance of the europeans rising up and smashing down the anglo-american installed puppet regimes they are languishing under. Russia does not expect western help in eliminating the terrorist mercenary forces because Russia knows who created them… Read more »
Queen o bama
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DT it’s true we are a shadow of the nation we were but we went down fighting the government were made to fucking work for it The US after Vietnam, and other so called fucking democracies allowed these neocon/libs to walk straight through the door with no problems
Government v working class

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTzEYq8W0fs

Poll tax riots

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5o98_hia8tA

Yes we fought. Will we again. No

irishsyriansaa
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agree with absolutely everything you say….your comment sums up the state of the British people today.Clueless about the world around them,spoon fed shit by paedo infested bbc,brainwashed by x factor,celebrity dog walking,celebrity gardening,celebrity snake charming,celebrity dish washing….your totally spot on about your scum, politicians.They are low life scum prostitutes,the same as in Ireland with the exception of Sinn Fein and a few others.

Queen o bama
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I like the way the Irish public are fighting the Govt over water privatization I hope you prevail
Corbyn keeps getting called out over his links to the IRA also his chancellor over pro IRA statements, personally i was disappointed at the time that they never got Thatcher

irishsyriansaa
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irishsyriansaa

Me too…what a strike for freedom that would have been.That cunt protected murderous scumbag general pinoshit of Chile who overthrew democratically elected government and murdered thousands.

Penny
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I’m wondering how the promoters of a false narrative (Kurdish militia allies) have reconciled the recent statements made by Bashar Assad himself with the false narrative. Speaking specifically of Arklight, Canthama and a few others whose names I cannot recall? I have Assad’s interview posted at my blog with a whole heck of a lot of back ground information Assad: “…But on the other hand, you cannot put all the Kurds in one category. Like any other Syrian component, there are different currents among them. They belong to different parties. There are those on the left and those on the… Read more »
DT
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Penny, President Assad of Syria did indeed make the statements you have said in the last interview he gave (the RT logo in the bottom lefthand corner). I saw it myself the other night downloaded from Youtube. The kurds like most other groups of people have both good and bad within them and cannot all be tarred with any given brush.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wELCDCPsw6M

the interview is in english but non-english speaking has been ‘dubbed over’ also with english. All should check it out. Assad is as always extremely reasonable and eloquent. I always make the time to watch his interviews.

CHEVI789
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Penny and DT, i agree in a sense, there are good and bad in all, now let’s put it this way, the kurds have been given a carrot by america as far as i am concerned, the kurds wanted to stay out of the fight as they did, the attack on Kobani was made to force the Kurds into a war, america (the saviour) jumps in and offers the kurds help and their own land, the kurds (gullible and or wanting) their own country accept america’s help. So now my above comments show us a few things, the kurds did… Read more »
Canthama
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Penny, I believe Dr Assad made a very good point that was already shared here at Syrper by many actually, that there is not such thing as the Kurds as one entity (as pro Western media try to imply on the Kurdistan concept all the time-MSM BS for ordinary people).
Any 100% pro Kurdish or 100% anti Kurdish agenda is at least a preciptation isn’t it ?. Time will tell what the Syrian Kurds will do, right now they are no allies nor enemies…..
Have a wonderful day Penny.

Penny
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Odd Canthama- I must have missed those points being shared here?
They certainly didn’t come from you? Or at least not that I ever saw?
Nor did they come from Arklight? Wish I would have seen them.

Canthama
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Penny, interesting on who is immature here. I hold no ground against you nor was engaged in any heated debate with you, having different opinions is what make intelligent people a good thing. I do disagree with your anti kurdish agenda, having myself at “no” kurdish agenda but fact based one only. I have not called you names or else in any debate or exchange we had, not my style, not how I was educated. Should you be a decent person, then either prove what you accuse me of (post anything I have said that support your accusation) or apologize,… Read more »
Penny
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Canthama: thanks for showing your true colours 🙂 Because I never said anything that would have suggested you specifically, engaged in name calling- However your statement is most interesting! “I do disagree with your anti kurdish agenda, having myself at “no” kurdish agenda but fact based one only” Ad hominems suggest weakness and name calling tells me much about you- I have no anti-kurdish bias. I have a truth bias- and you have a disinfo bias in promoting the Kurdish militias as allies with the Syrian Army- Do you think I didn’t notice you IGNORED that Assad said the Kurds… Read more »
Penny
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Plus you implied I was not a decent person- That’s two cheap shots or ad hominem attacks in one response- “An Ad Hominem is a general category of fallacies in which a claim or argument is rejected on the basis of some irrelevant fact about the author of or the person presenting the claim or argument. Typically, this fallacy involves two steps. First, an attack against the character of person making the claim, her circumstances, or her actions is made (or the character, circumstances, or actions of the person reporting the claim). Second, this attack is taken to be evidence… Read more »
Canthama
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Penny, you have a blog to defend, do not exposure yourself so low as you are doing, just a fair advice. Engaging in word battle with anyone on childish accusations (you named me on your original post or you have a memory problem?) won’t make you get more readers, do not be foolish.

Nobilitatis
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Canthama, I gave up with Penny long time ago. And probably Arklight too, who always defended “the Kurds” somehow. The point was exactly what President Assad really said, that there is no “the Kurds” with a common aim but many groups with contradicting aims and that there is a fair amount of Syrian Kurds fighting with the gouvernment. Now Penny read only that “the Kurds are no allies”. Any further discussion brings, as always, only more insults.

CHEVI789
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Penny and Nob, we all have to agree there is good and bad in all and this includes the Kurds, Penny, Arklight has his point of view on the Kurds and i respect his views, i might not agree with them all but at least i see where he is coming from, what most people here fail to understand is that the Kurds were given a choice by Assad to help in the fight as is with other groups ( better they all fight together as this “could” have shortened the war), but does this make all kurds bad people?… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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I do not see Syrian Kurds “siding with America”. The Iraqi Kurds have a group doing so – not without reason.
And I believe if the Syrian gouvernment will be able to challenge IS in neighboring regions with the Kurds that they will happily join the fight.
Look at the Druze, the Christians, the Palestinians – the people of Syria are not divided by ethnic or religious borders.

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Obama’s Fateful Syrian Choice September 18, 2015 Exclusive: President Obama faces a choice that could define his legacy and the future of the American Republic: He can either work with Russia’s President Putin to stabilize Syria or he can opt for a confrontation that could lead to an open-ended war with grave risks of escalation, writes Robert Parry. By Robert Parry There is an obvious course that President Barack Obama could follow if he wants to lessen the crises stemming from the Syrian war and other U.S. “regime change” strategies of the past several decades, but it would require him… Read more »
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@ZIAD The Syrian Government airforce needs to be really in maximum alert ..The visit of Netanyahu to Russia could be ,is very likely connected to a major attack Israel planning against Syria…. the last time Neyanyahu visited moscow to see Putin ,was after the major airstrike to damascus to a research facility with an anti bunker bomb. The only think i regret is that Russia is left alone to defend the Syrian Government ,the Chicken IRANIANs and the self centered chinesse doesn’t look like will do anything other than political dialogue of the need to solve things “peacefully” .. What… Read more »
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About Russia participation.. they could easily wipe the NATO sponsored qaeda terrorist if they just droped its nuclear bombs in the strong holds they control . it will be very fast ,very quick and very cheap..without firing a single bullet. but for political correctness they ,most likely don’t do it.. Obama and its dictators coalition airforce face a major embarrassment and defeat if they dare to attack the Russian forces.. or bomb them.. Russia will know. You only have to look how all western mainstream media are supplying satellite photos of Russian artillery positions ,this is information that seeks to… Read more »
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Ron Paul Liberty Report – Should The U.S. Listen to Dick Cheney?

Published on Sep 18, 2015

Antiwar.com columnist Lucy Steigerwald joins the Ron Paul Liberty Report to discuss Dick Cheney’s new book, “Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Powerful America.”

The neocons never give up…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h34Ljao_vrA

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josssaroyan
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something is missing in Cameron’s face: a jewish dick.

pm
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pm

The photo’s been cropped. – the circumcised member was approaching from the left.

the Thylacine
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Thanks Ziad for the link to Tony Backhouse’s page. I cannot get to Pitt St but will be there in spirit. He also links to one Tim Anderson, a great activist for Syria who is believe is part of the International Peace Support network who have maintained contact with such as Mother Agnes Mariam and others. It’s called the Musalaha Initiative. Despite our unfortunate genetic lineage via the perfidious Albionese, we Aussies are lucky to have mixed plenty of Irish rebellion and also, we were born under the same stars as our first people, the Aborigines, who dwelt here in… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Hi Tassie, can i just reply to a post from yesterday regarding our pilots? there is one thing i need to say about them, they are as far as i am concerned very moral, most of the times ( and you can check on this) the jets come back without dropping their weapons, whereas americans always drop their bombs and come back empty. Sure we have very few assholes in the army but most are gullible and believed that they were sent to do a good thing in Iraq, but i can tell you 100% that most did not agree… Read more »
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