SYRIAN ARMY ROLLS OVER OBAMA’S DREAMS IN ALEPPO AND DAMASCUS; RUSSIA INCREASING ITS PRESENCE; ‘ALLOOSH CRUSHED

This is one of 6 Sukhoi 34 “Fullback” bomber-interceptors deployed to Syria.  As of today, there are 28 new combat jets flying out of Latakia with many more to come.

 

It was flown along with 5 others just like it into the Baasil Al-Assad International Airport the day before yesterday.  This wing of bombers flew across the Caspian Sea in the shadow of a giant Tupolev transport plane, crossed Iran and, then, Iraq.  The Tupolev was ostensibly used for refueling and not, as some moronic sites have suggested, for covering the movements of the planes.  It is a fact that both Iran and Iraq have given over-flight permission to the Russian Air Force and no need exists for concealment.  In fact, Russian bombers are seen flying out of Latakia regularly now to conduct airstrikes in Idlib, Aleppo, Hama and Homs provinces.

ALEPPO:  The balance of forces is now weighing heavily in favor of the Syrian military.  With this in mind, note that the Kuwayris Airbase siege is now quite fragile as the SAA and PDC continue to pour assets into the area under the cover of Russian Air Force.  With all these new forces arriving, not to mention Belarussian troops soon, the SAA will now be able to both deploy soldiers and hold them in position, in effect, blunting the usual “withdraw-return” strategy followed by the rat terrorists.

Kuwayris Airbase:  Morale is very high as soldiers continue to call family members who inform them that the situation on the ground and in the air is improving markedly.  With frequent air drops of ammunition and food courtesy of the SAAF, our soldiers inside are not wanting for anything but a long vacation.  Yesterday, for reasons which remain murky, Nusra/Alqaeda and Ahraar Al-Shaam fought a pitched battle against one another.  Terrorist rat sites reported the death of a “major” Nusra commander.  That these vermin are members of the Jaysh Al-Fath coalition is important as far as their efficacy is concerned.

 

Air Force Academy:  The ISIS mongrels tried to break into the school again and failed.  I have no details about the operation, but, the SAA and AFI have become expert at predicting the behavior of these terrorists especially after breaking their communication methods.

 

Al-Nayrab Air Base: In the area of the Aleppo International Airport, the SAA destroyed 3 pickups with 23mm cannons killing all aboard.  According to rodent websites, these were killed:

Muhammad Mahmoud Al-Ahmad

‘Ali Ahmad Taahaa Shaashoo

 

Aleppo International Airport:  A major thrust by the SAA around positions held by Jaysh Al-Fath has rendered their efforts to disrupt air traffic increasingly questionable.   The campaign to rid Al-Nayrab AB of the presence of rodents is tied organically to events around the civilian airport.  Expect some important announcements soon.

 

سو 30

 

Heavy fighting now at these locations: Al-Shaykh Lutfi, ‘Irbeed, Bustaan Al-Baashaa, Rasm Al-‘Abid, Bani Zayd, New Aleppo, Bustaan Al-Qasr, Karm Al-Maysir, Al-Judayda, Al-Sha’aar, Qaadhi ‘Askar, Manaashir Al-Hajar, Dayr Haafir, Al-Jabbool, Humayma, Al-Baqjiyya, Tal Sab’een.

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DAMASCUS:  ‘Alloosh has suffered a devastating series of setbacks in the Eastern Ghoutaa.  Jaysh Al-Islam has been subjected to operations designed to exterminate its presence:

 

Doumaa:  The Syrian Army confirmed the deaths of 32 rodents here at Al-Samaadhi Lands, ‘Aaliya Farms and Harastaa:

 

أسماء قتلى الإرهابيين بعمليات الجيش في الغوطة الشرقية بريف دمشق

Hameed Hussayn Al-Shaykhooni

Usaamaa Al-Shaadhili

Waleed Ghannoom

Muhammad Dhayfullah

Kaasim Ghazaal

Yasseen Ibraaheem

Khaalid Al-Halbooni

Mustafaa Khayr Ja’dan

Yahyaa Al-Da’aas

Shaaheen Mahboos

Another 22 could not be identified and are presumed to be foreigners entering Syria from Jordan.

 

Dayr Al-‘Asaafeer:  More deaths for ‘Alloosh’s brood:

Abdul-Malik Dooghmash

Maaher Dooghmash

‘Adnaan Al-Misraabi

Another 17 were not identified.

 

Dayr Salmaan:  SAA ambushed and killed these:

Fakhri Tu’ma 

Yusuf Ramadhaan

Marwaan Al-Sibaa’iy

Khaleel Jaasim Wardaani

Mousaa Al-‘Ashshi

Another 8 could not be identified.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Does anybody remember the story I told you about the Saudi student who contacted me and reported that the kingdom could not afford to send 12,000 students overseas to study because of financial troubles?  See why:

http://davidstockmanscontracorner.com/why-the-collapse-of-saudi-arabia-is-inevitable/

But, what about what KSA has spent on terrorism in Syria:

http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/09/29/431215/saudi-arabia-budget-deficit-foreign-assets

Gee, even more on the losing apes of Arabia:

http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20150929/1027715847/saudi-arabia-king-royal.html


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Anonymous
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mentat and ASSs must be beside themselves in grief as events unfold? their dream of greater israel shattering before their eyes. soon the american dollar will collapse and that will be game set and match.

ziad
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you are level 0 yet you know about mentat? how could you possibly have been around that long and still at level 0? did you have other name before?

Baybars
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Maybe he just does not comment much.

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I, for one, have been around for some time now and am still level zero. I don’t know why. Perhaps it has something to do with me having set my (windows) phone to instruct all sites I visit to not register/remember (or something to that effect) me?

And certainly Mental can’t stay away from here but has to keep letting us observe his constant fail and growing depression over our hero Assad’s successes. I don’t mind it – it’s ok to watch him cry harder and harder.

henrik svendsen
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Say what, I just had my lvl raised from zero to five! And of all times just when I write and tell my lvl has gone nowhere in all the time I’ve read and commented on this forum. How embarrassing.

CHEVI789
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henrik, wtf? your back to 0 again when it said 5 …lol, this is very strange indeed friend.

ziad
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I prefer to see metal using his real name while crying like a bitch

Anonymous
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Maybe he doesn’t use a email address…bet you never thought of that…Genius

Anonymous
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if i am level 0 you are into the minus’s ziad. you seem to know mentat very well? i think ”you” had a name before. and that name was mentat. and you must be suffering?

ziad
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how much has syria bargained in order to get hardware from russia? i already know at least 1 base with runway,,idk about them only helping with air strikes though,,does this mean they are also gonna protect the SAA from any air strikes from west in case they do mission creep? would it not be better to have a few russian troops along with SAA units to ensure western circus does not make any mistakes or take foolish risks? not that i support the guy but this was intresting even if it was political ,, Donald Trump backs Russian efforts to… Read more »
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Hey fellow bloggers I heard on the national Italian Radio news that the French and the Usa state department are complaining with the fresh air strikes buy Putinators /Rusian airforce didnot strike Daesh positions but the so called western backed moderates the FSA positons in Aleppo and Idlib . Really these Askhanazi cabalist WASPS really dont know how to loose. Putinator disciple of Kruschev and Bukharin had this all planned years ago when he stopped the western cabalist from bombing Syria to the stone age trust me Putin is on top of these intellectually and morally bankrupt so called humans.

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There is no “FSA”. Already long time. There are no moderates. Never have been.
But, seriously, what could they (USA, France, …) do? Applaud Russia?

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This is the same note as we’re getting in the Ocker Bongo Redneck Wonderland Down Under, as the Five Eyes media rant about how NATO is upset with Russia who are ‘only attacking Assad’s enemies, not ISIS’!
They all forget to mention, it’s Nusra/al-Qaeda who’s getting a shellacking. How long till their little white lies get exposed?

Khalil
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Didn’t you get the memo? Al-Nusrah are the Western backed “moderate rebels”. They’re the good guys, mate (pause while I wash the vomit from my mouth).

ziad
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the US are in a state of limbo right now,,so they will pretend to play dumb about what the russian intentions really are this way they can accuse them of supporting Assad and not really fighting isis until they figure out what to do,otherwise they will be further exposed as the terror supporters they are,,but russia knows the game and that usa is hidding behind these so called moderate cut throats,,this si why russia like syrian army has also struck al nusra (ie fsa) in order to protect the gov and then will move to crush isis ,,let the US… Read more »
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Russians announced they are NOT in a anti-isis battle, but in an anti-terrorism battle; which is much broader than isis. Their main objective is to work closely with Syrian government to defeat terrorism, and help stabilize Syria so it does not turn into another failed state like Libya. The best way to do that is support the elected government and support all institutions and defeat all terrorism, regardless of what kind of a name or moniker the particular terror-group may have. Russians are fully behind Syrian government. Putin has already announced that after 4.5 years of hell in Syria, and… Read more »
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Al Bagdadi ( Mosad operative) recalled to Tel Aviv headquarters for plan B briefing. Russia-Iran-Hezbollah already preparing countermeasures for plan C, D, E, F…..

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ziads posts have become less and less frequent. one post every three days?

Gary Aus
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So many dead rats, so much good news. Syria together with Russia will be unstopable. Nearly time to pop the corks Ziad ? God willing. Here’s sot.net having a crack at SOHR.
http://www.sott.net/article/302827-Syrian-death-toll-exaggerated-to-generate-Western-public-support-for-airstrikes-and-regime-change

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Gary, just knowing the Russian are all in is good enough for me to pop the cork, the Iranians might be in Syria but not engaging until that letter is signed and sanctions are full lifted is the way i see it, they are itching to get into Syria to help all.

Now as i have said before, Russia should also create a false flag and say that ISIS or any other party killed their men, like america does.

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Stingray: IRGC has been active in Syria for years, They’ve rotated in small units, squad size as near as I could tell, who trained NDF and advised them, participating in combat missions from time to time. There never was very much on this, ever, and only a single youtube video that I know of, but Iran has not been behind hand in assistance. Russia will not have anything to do with the false flag you suggest; Russia spends too much money per troop for one thing, besides which those capers can never be kept secret. Somebody knows, and the word… Read more »
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I see how the predictable coverage of the Russian air strikes has been covered in the Western oligarch owned media; talk of attacks on “moderate rebels” and “civilian casualties.” Their jihadi buddies are in a pickle now with this Russian air power on the scene and the Western elites don’t like it one bit.

Btw, those SU34’s are beauties and they pack one hell of a punch.

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i miss the posts saying that putin would deliver assad in a plate

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Russia is planning to replace 70% of the fleet of SU-24’s with newer SU-34 over the coming years. I recon Russia has a good idea what to do with these retiring SU-24’s. I believe the SU-24’s may go straight into Syrian possestion or atleast left to Syria when victory is achieved. I believe a lot more aircraft are going to arriving in Syria in the coming weeks, especially aircraft Russia is looking to phrase out in the next decade, such as SU24’s, SU-25’s. I also hope Syria buys some mig-23’s from Russia. It is a common known fact Russia has… Read more »
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Mig-23 are all but obsolete nowadays. They might take their chances with Turkish F-16s, at best.
If Syria should get new jets, it will be the real deal, like MiG-35 or Su-27 jets, enough to checkmate ISisrael. Syria has a greater lack of fighter jets, more so than attack aircraft. I think the RF will donate a number of Su-25s and spare parts for existing ones in SAAF.

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You will not want to use always expensive planes ,to take bullets in close air support. you need both.. Old Planes and Modern ones too.. they complement each other.. for the price of one SU-34.. Syria could get about 30x refurbish migs 23.. and later upgrade them to use modern weapons. Is thanks to Syria very large inventory of hundreds of old migs and T-62 and old T-72s tanks that Syria have been able to hold for 4 years in the conflict the Zionist war. Syria had about 5,000 old tanks.. that were old but could be effective when combined… Read more »
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We were talking about the air force, not ground force.
Instead of having 100 MiG-23 with ground attack capability,
it would logistically make more sense to have 25 Su-24s.
Or 50 Su-25s, its just a lot of trouble to get them to Syria
and keep them functional.

(JUST AN EXAMPLE)

I don’t see how having a big amount of old fighter-bomber jets
is useful as you’d have to train a lot of pilots as well.

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Don’t agree.
As they don’t use Su-25 so far they have no personel with knowledge about this type nor they have the logistics to maintain it.
Such a plane is not like a car it is complicated to maintain.
The Su-24 is much more expensive to run compared to a Mig 23 so it makes pretty sense to use the Mig 23 further especially the bomber version.

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syria needs to upgrade its airforce. a couple of squadrons of modern stuff like mig 31 or su 34, mig 29 and then upgraded mig 27’s or su 24, 25. chuck in some yaks. mig 23 too old
also their tanks need an upgrade a division of t80’s and all their t72’s modernised with reactive armour. keep a certain number of t62 and t55. but no more than a 1000 of them combined.

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Don’t think that it makes sense in the current situation to deliver new complicated stuff to the SAAF which they are not capable to maintain and to fly.
It is a long process to train the personel needed for a new type. The more sophisticated a plane is the more complicated it is to maintain.

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david: I doubt that Russia will part with many, if any, Mig31, and Mig 29 is, reportedly at least equal to the F16 and, in some respects, better. Anon is right in that it costs a hideous amount of money to train a military aviator. The tanks I’ve seen, lately, in pics and vids mostly have the fender skirts and a full set of ERA modules. SAA is becoming ever more proficient at combined arms operations, particularly with the Special Forces killing TOW missileers and destroying the weapons. SAA is becoming ever more formidable an opponent, and if Syrian Command… Read more »
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Anon, that could be the case, but as i have said and quite confident of predicting is that Syria will become Russian new base to counter NATO and the west’s hubris, this in turn will be a game changer as the cabal cannot touch Syria anymore with threats of strikes. I also believe quite confidently that Russia will have nukes in Syria and will be their outlook post, it can counter any nukes coming out of israhell, remember that israhell might have 200 nukes which could be launched anywhere to help america, have nukes in Syria will be a quick… Read more »
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david
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america claims it is going to continue its illegal bombing of syria? hopefully there will be no ”accidents ” that could trigger a wider conflict and world war. america is exposed for the criminal enterprise that it is. they are universally despised now. also puts a new slant on 9/11.

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Live Russia !! Long live the holy land of Russia !! Death to fascism !!

Flanders
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What the hell has ISIS, Nusra etc… to do with fascism? Nothing at all.

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Shut up you retarded piece of shit.

david
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retarded piece of shit?” that had me laughing till i nearly vomited. what a beautiful description

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He’s right, though. IF words are supposed to have any meaning. Fascism is based on nationalism+corporatism. “Islamist” terrorists are neither, AFAIK.

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The powers that support and created these these terrorist forces fighting thier proxy war against Syria sure are fascist.

david
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they are islamic fascists. you have had german , italian, japanese fascists why not islamic? for that is what they are

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There never has been Japanese Fascists. They did not have this type of party.
But Great Britain had such a party.

david
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fascism is not a party per se nob. it is an ideology that can be incorporated by anyone. left wing, right wing, white, japanese and most definitely muslim. eg muslim brotherhood

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“Fascism should be more appropriately be called corporatism,
because it is a merger of state and corporate power.”
Benito Mussolini (1883 – 1945), Italian fascist leader.
* * * * *
Nob, you overlook the era of the Knights of Bushido in Japan, an exact parallel of the Nazi era in Germany. These were undoubtedly fascists, many of whom were saved by Macarthur’s postwar occupation, while all unionists, communists and socialists were purged throughout the 1950s, leaving Japan with its rightward slant.

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You seem to have another understanding of the meaning of “Fascist” and “Nazi” than the defined meaning. Of course “fascism” is not a party. It is an ideology which brings together Socialist and Nationalist ideas. This makes it attractive for the working class. And a party that adopts this ideas is called Fascist or National Socialist. And the Japanese did not have that kind of party which is why the Japanese got called “Militarist”. The above description should also tell the Thy how little he understood about the knowledge of ideas. By the way I learned that part from the… Read more »
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Nobilitatis is correct. Japan was a feudal state recently unified before the arrival of the dutch navy. They quickly realized that if the new unity was to be preserved, they must modernize. Japan was more imperialist, following the west’s example.
Also isis is a mercenary org that tricks religious fundamentalists into fighting along side of them, or for them.
They are not nationalist, as they have no specific loyalties to a nation. They are fundamentalists.
or as I like to say, effn retards.

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They are wahaby aka Zionist Muslims aka ISISrats scumbags.

CHEVI789
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Flanders i think Durruty was refering to the west,

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PewPewPlasmagun
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Dear Ziad!

I am sorry to have to once again correct you in matters that involve the military.
The Su-34 is an INTERDUCTOR, not an INTERCEPTOR.
Another, more common term to describe its role is “strike-fighter”.

This beautiful piece of metal is so potent, 6 of these would be enough to temporarily
(or, if intented, permanently) take out the Turkish air defence on the border
(which is made of a big pile of refurbished American scrap metal).

Anon
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Yes. The Su-34 however is so capable it could probably act as a fighter as well. My guess is it could easily shoot down that F-35 junk.

Arklight
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Anon: Rumor has it that the Marines flew an F35 against a Sopwith Pup, and the Pup won.

CHEVI789
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Oh Arklight, the marine general said their version was ready, well someone took a look and said it ain’t cause it was not fully laden with weapons and did not assimilate an actual real world enviroment, so no good again, it is the biggest ponzi scheme of all time i say.

Arklight
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Stingray: Yeah, it’s another one of the many black holes of the ‘defense industry’ into which Congress pressure pumps metric tons of bullion, and we taxpayers don’t even get a ‘thank you’. Somebody is getting rich off of this crap and it ain’t us,and it ain’t the troops. Just sayin’ – –

FHTEX
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Lots of things could shoot down the F-35!

PewPewPlasmagun
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Strike-fighters are bombers with fighter qualities. The Su-34 is close to the Su-27 in maneuverability and can carry 12 tons of ammunition. You BET its very capable as a fighter!

PS: the F-35 looks more like an A-10 ground attacker aircraft in its characteristics, so its way out of league (negatively speaking).

FHTEX
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It’s more maneuverable with vectored thrust than the A-20. It’s hugely more expensive!

PewPewPlasmagun
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Now bad men are kaputt! Long live weapon!

Anonymous
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russia is bombing the syrian rebels and not bombing isis.

i guess bibi told vlad to lay off and he is.

its all about business.

PewPewPlasmagun
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Syrian rebels are ISIS or JN or other mercenary filth.
Your ziofascist fatass Nutnyahoo has no real power.
Enjoy life in hell.

Rus.Lang
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Are you into tasting different types of shit?
Moderate cannibal or no – he goes down the drain.

Gary Aus
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Anon says “russia is bombing the syrian rebels and not bombing isis”. Really Anon,is there a difference?? As for Bibi the Diabolical clown telling Vlad what to do, not in your wildest dreams pal. The only thing Bibi has been able to do the last few days is to watch helplessly while the ever widening brown stain in his underwear continues to increase unabated.

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Gary, no u are 100% correct. The only thing different is their name, no more no less. A terrorist is a terrorist is a terrorist. Not too many ppl in da USA believe in the “MODERATE REBELS” nonsense spewed by John Kerry, et al.

“Think of the press as a great keyboard on which the government can play.”

~ Joseph Goebbels

This quote seems to fit the western media quite well these days.

Overall, things are looking quite well. A nice pic of a dead Alloosh would make them look even better!!

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Anyone of us, the 7 billion people, can also do propaganda. Even propaganda to start a worldwide thermonuclear war. Welcome in 2015! If you feel for it go do propaganda for the thermonuclear war!

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Gary: There is some cosmetic difference between ‘rebels’ and ISIS, which is apparent only to the Americans and their Axis henchmen and women. They’re all rats, so killing any of them makes them fewer.

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latest narrative by intel agencies and thus MSM to try and diss Russian engagement Russia can bomb whoever it wants. Neither US nor Israel ask anybody before bombing in foreign countries, wo why should Russia? It has no moral or legal obligation to bomb x,y,z just coz Bibi or Obama or the NYT sed so Syria asked Russia to come in, so it is legal by international law, unlike US, IDF, France, Saudi and other clowns who are violating Syrian airspace daily. In fact Russia does not like it, and has installed an AA-umbrella, and kindly asked those foreign interlopers… Read more »
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According to Sputnik, Lamestream Western Media just days ago reported that IS was in the towns bombed. In any case, when did R ever say they will only bomb some terrrs and not all.

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Stop fucking that bagel hole shlomo and suck on my long shlong.

Baybars
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No, it’s about integrity. Something you Zionists know nothing about. Besides, your comment is false. no surprise there.

Anonymous
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But… it doesn’t make sense, Hymie.
Your “Bibi”, as you affectionately call your leader, asked Putin to bombard the terrorists more who are directly supported by Israel (al Nusra, FSA) and spare those who are less directly supported by Israel (ISIL)?
What’s with that onion logic, Hymie?

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Actually, there is compelling evidence that the Caliph of ISIS (actually, 2nd in command since Erdogan is the real Caliph) is a Mossad agent: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/08/04/french-report-isil-leader-mossad/

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@FHTEX @”Caliph of ISIS is a Mossad agent”

Actually, there is no Al-Baghdadi. It’s not a real person. It’s a propaganda creation to put a face on a phantom group. The guy who plays Al-Baghdadi in the US propaganda videos may be a Jew. It doesn’t matter. ISIL is a psy-op umbrella that is used to cover actions of the terrorist gangs under the command of USA/Turkey/Britain/Jordan/Israel/etc… And of course to cover the commando raids of the militaries of USA, Britain, Jordan, etc…
Israel is not the most important player with ISIL.

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@ FHTEX: The number of dislikes is an indicator that you hit a nerve among the troll agents of evil. A sign you’re on target with your comments.

Anonymous
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Geez. this mistake may be cofusing
Should be
… asked Putin to bombard the terrorists who are more directly supported by Israel (al Nusra, FSA) and spare those who are less directly supported by Israel (ISIL)?

Anonymous
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The so called Syrian rebels are Nusrats, so called extremests are ISisRats, and the rest of shitheads are sunbathing in Antalia headquarters, and they are all same piece of shit and they are going to die under Hezbollah boots slowly if missed by Russian Su-34’s.

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Go Russia! Great views on Comment last week too!

Anonymous
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Dear Ziad i think that Russia has deployed 34 combat jets in Syria. 4 SU 30, 6 SU34, 12 SU24 and 12 SU25.
It is believed that they had brought 20 Mil Mi 17 and Mil Mi 24 helicopters. Some twitter accounts speculate that intend to bring Mil Mi 28 attack helicopters in Syria, this type can operate also at night. The death will come from the sky for the terrorists. The life of the terrorists will become more miserable when the chinese aircrafts will arrive to Syria.

PewPewPlasmagun
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Is the Mi-24PN not able to fight at nighttime?

FalseHope
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No it’s not.

PewPewPlasmagun
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Actually, it can. It has infrared vision. Not as good as night vision.

FHTEX
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If they can avoid missiles, attack helos can do some very serious damage!

dudleydoright911
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queue the propaganda campaign about evil russia, including the new york times parroting that they are not bombing ISIS ( apparently normal islamist jihadis are not fair game to bomb) and the likes of Charles Krauthammer – whining that they are there only to buttress Assad.

These articles are so great to read.Watching this progess, while the 77th troll brigade cries is wonderful.

Now queue the saudis saying the military option is needed:
http://news.yahoo.com/saudi-fm-assad-must-face-military-option-212903639.html
bronze age pricks need to be nukes.

queen o bama
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Extraordinary. A 3 star Russian general went to US embassy in Baghdad this am, saying bombing starts in 1 hour, clear Syria airspace

PewPewPlasmagun
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I am reading this in other news outlets. Confirmation, in a way.

R
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MSM- Birds of a feather.Their reports are so predictable

Saladin
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This is great news. Thanks Ziad. The mainstream media (Ministry of Propaganda) in the West continues its nonstop lies about Assad, demonizing this savior of Syria as a “killer of civilians.” It almost makes me throw up. This has always been their approach. And they talk of how Russia’s involvement will “complicate” things. It’s almost as if our news is written in Tel Aviv. It might be, actually. Would not be a surprise. As much as the recent events in Syria regarding Russia’s increased military involvement is a cause for joy, we need to be cautious. The criminal Neocon/neoliberal/zionist alliance… Read more »
Sicel Joe
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Muster the Rohirrim!!!!

Captagon HQ
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The Turkeys of Turkiye want to challenge Russian Bear? They will have their heads cut off, their wings clipped and deep fried, and their breasts injected with marinade and broasted in order to be more satisfying to Russian appetite for breasts. The heart will be eaten for appeteaser and the carcass will used to make broth for Russian soup. Russia will consume Turkey.

sejmon
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captagon… do not worry ….. they get what they deserve—VLAD “THE IMPALER” OF WALACHIA treatment ….

CHEVI789
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lmfao captagon, that is a classic.

Anonymous
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If I had to guess, the recent rising of stakes by Russia/China was a reaction to an action. I would also guess that Russia would have decided on this only with full Chinese backing. So, we have to look and see whether anything out of the ordinary took place in relation to China over the last month or two. The answer may be too obvious, and if it is the case, the proverbial “red-line” from China/Russia’s point of view may already have been crossed. and they may have made the “tough-call” so from this point on, it is just the… Read more »
AASs
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Russia had no choice. SAA were losing control of the AlGhaab plain. That’s only 10km from Russian bases in Latakia. In modern artillery terms, 10km is nothing. THey would have been sitting ducks.
So it was a case of either give up on Assad, or go in. All the pompous rhetoric by the self-appointed peanut gallery on this site, walking around with erect phalli since Russia came in, cannot cover up the fact that Russia had to come in to save their bases and also Assad’s sorry ass.

Anonymous
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when this are first started, i looked at the wiki for syria and it stated that the size of the syrian army was 400,000 men and at first to me i thought this war would be over pretty quick. the syrian army looked on paper pretty good. they have gobs of equipment and when assad gave the order for them to go out and sweep the field. i figured it would happen. boy was i wrong. poor leadership, poor discipline in the ranks, poor training. the violation of the 5 p principle all over the place. proper planning prevents poor… Read more »
Saladin
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Love it when I hit a nerve! Thanks TROLLS for confirmation of the truth of my comment!

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R
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From the article–””’As the chief of the presidential staff Sergey Ivanov explained, the air operation was to be launched against the Islamic State in Syria at the request of Syria’s president Bashar Assad””.“The Russian Defense Minister, General of the Army Sergey Shoigu has told his counterparts in the Collective Security Treaty Organization that in the course of the military operation in Syria Russian warplanes have been attacking military equipment, communication centers, motor vehicles, and munitions and fuel and lubricants depots of the Islamic State terrorists.”’ OH MY WHAT TO DO? They are targeting real sites.This will not sit well with… Read more »
R
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In all honesty.I read a report and i can’t remember the link at this moment where coalition
pilots would be flying over convoys etc and ask permission to engage and would get back ‘negative -permission denied’ or not approved target………

FalseHope
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Confirmed some of them wanted to resigned because they were not allowed to act upon the legitimate targets.

Sicel Joe
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The Saudis are digging their own graves faster and faster with every passing day. The debacle in Yemen. They’re getting trounced plain and simple. Their apparent dark hidden agenda with the Zionist pigs in the Mina Massacre. Iran is now promising “a harsh, crushing response” if the missing Iranians aren’t accounted for. Lastly, their foreign minister is blithering about Assad’s non-negotiable departure or otherwise, they will intervene militarily. My advice: Please, please do it you Saudi chimps, because as Thucydides has been wailing for months now, I too want to see some nukes go off, but closer to Riyadh and… Read more »
Useful idiots fighting for Zionist central bankers will meet their 72 virgens very soon.
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Useful idiots fighting for Zionist central bankers will meet their 72 virgens very soon.

Come on Sicel, a nuke going off is no joke. Please don’t wish for that

Sicel Joe
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Well, the Saudi monkeys are well beyond the use of a demostrative one for dissuasive purposes. No, they deserve it, and that den of vipers in Tel Aviv too.

the Thylacine
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C’mon, a little neutron bomb on their main oil terminal would be a handy Hiroshima, and might make the al-Saud vermin pack their bags.

FalseHope
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Iran will do nothing. Mark my words. They are very predictable. Past behavior determines the future one. Pity that Hezbollah is tied up in Syria.

Baybars
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Hey “False”: Isn’t that what you were saying about Russia a couple of months ago? The first half of your moniker is appropriate.

FalseHope
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Couple of months ago I was nowhere near this blog, Just for your personal information.

Syd Barret
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”I was nowhere near this blog”

It is every bodies wish here on SyrPer……….. that you may some how find your way back there.

Just Saying.

teevee
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bull shit couple a months ago you were posting here as Jason.

Anon
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Your colleagues were…

FalseHope
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@Anon I don’t try to deal with my personal feelings of insecurity by seeking the safety of a support group. I let God and Him alone deal with it. I rather prefer to walk with God then to be pushed around in a wheelchair by my mates. A herd mentality doesn’t suit me in my christian walk.

teevee
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“They’re very predictable” Who’s more predictable? Iran or Israel? Here you are being totally protected by the MSM, you’re beyond criticism in the UN, every few months you kill Palestinian womaen and children, every few years you kill Lebanese women and children, you arm train and support terrorists in Syria, you terrorize and threaten Iran on daily basis, assassinate Iranians in downtown Tehran, kill people in Dubai, Qatar. and yet it’s Iran that’s predictable? Here is a prediction for you, in the next few months there will be another unprovoked attack on Gaza by Israel. If that happens will you… Read more »
FalseHope
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They are very predictable when it comes to WHAT they intend to do but not WHEN they are going to do. You need to know the strength of your enemies in order to be able to turn it into their weakness.

idioacracy
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I know huh, Good thing most of israhells enemies are unarmed civilians. Geez.

seged
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hi, greeting from the Czech republik!

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/czech-president-syrias-government-is-facing-a-wide-front-of-extremist-forces/

I am proud of my president.
All people from czech republick are with you!

Canthama
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seged, you should be proud of your President, he is quite unique among Europe nowadays. But also the whole people and Government of Czech Republic, they never left Syria for one second during these 4.5 yrs, Dr Assad recognized it in most of his TV interviews. God bless you all.

FalseHope
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I could see Czech trucks Tatra transporting SAA troops on some videos. Czechs have always been stronghold of Vatican opposition since the days of Jan Hus. Long live the sons of Reformation.

sejmon
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Those TATRA are still high quality trucks past 80 or so years…Syrians need them.

FalseHope
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Surely they do.

Nobilitatis
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So, that trucks are in Syria to fight Vatican? While Syria faces an insurgency driven by Wahhabi-style madmen? That sons of Reformation must be misguided somewhat.

FalseHope
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Somebody definitely is? It would be more appropriate if you have asked for more details or just admit you don’t understand the topic instead of labeling me strait away as being misguided. Not a good analytical approach. And by the way trucks are in Syria to defend an all inclusive secular government of Dr Bashar Assad that guaranties religious freedom to all citizens of SAR and keeps religion out of politics. Do your own research on Vatican and religious freedom and its history. You call yourself Nobilitatis but see how nobly and kindly you’ve been treated by me.

Arklight
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Nob: You’re beginning to blither. Please take a deep breath and relax for a few minutes. Thanks you.

Nobilitatis
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So, the ‘son of Reformation’ asks the Catholic priests in their Headquarter to grant religious freedom? I know about Catholic history and about history of hussits as well.
So let me shortly analyse that: bullshit. And Catholics also do not fight the Syrian gouvernment.

FalseHope
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@arklight
Prov 18:13 He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him.

Arklight
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False: Yeah? Well, if I never hear any more from you that will be soon enough.

FalseHope
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A@Arklight
Now you are threatening me. This is a blog not a boxing ring. It seem you can’t stand me any longer sad. Is this blog an escape from your own self? If I was you I would have given a serious thought to kind of attitude I cherish. That would take more courage than threatening others on this blog. It seem like you are trying to create some hallow of fear around you in other to scare others into submission. Those who truly fallow Jesus fear only Him and not imaginary human demigods.

ello
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ello

The RED START has arrived — I would not like to see that plane so close if I would be a Chechen scum terrorist.

May God bless the people of Syria and its Allies.

Jimmy M.
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In Judo, as in wrestling, you either push your opponent away, knowing that they will instinctively lunge forward at you in response or pull them forward to make them go back. Putin did this beautifully if you remember just a month or so ago. Do you remember him subtly distancing himself from the Syrian government in diplomatic circles prompted the Gulf states and ErDOGan to gleefully boast that Putin has ‘come around’ and is signaling that he is willing to abandon Syrian President Bashar Assad and is throwing in the towel on Syria?? With this Putin created the space for… Read more »
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Hehe. I grew up with judo, and your description put a big smile on my face ?

hussein
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hussein
Here we go it has begun, the wicked band shall be undone The tribe of mischief and of hate, the fallen ones shall meet their fate They killed the innocent they spilled their blood, a mighty river it then did flood The time has come to make them pay, the day is now and no delay To arms to arms the women say, the men do arm in ranks array Seek vengeance for your fallen kin, destroy the evil men of sin The orphaned boy does wave them on, avenge my father screams the son Today we see the the… Read more »
FalseHope
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Let’s do it and then we will celebrate.

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Caught On Tape: Dramatic Footage Of Russia’s First Airstrikes In Syria

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-30/caught-tape-dramatic-footage-russias-first-airstrikes-syria

Newflash Newsflash Newsflash
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Newflash Newsflash Newsflash

Thick black smoke…..possible fuel storage.

Дмитрий Чуприн
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FalseHope
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The terrorists videos are precious source of information and should be used in tactical operation planing. In order to maximize the impact on enemy’s fighting force the the second bombing raid should have been run just 5 min after the first one because terrorists come to the scene of the impact trying to rescue wounded.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

I especially like the comments, many of which might have been posted here by our sagacious commenters.
If America was populated by zero hedge readers, it would have a chance to survive.

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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RI’s Alexander Mercouris Analyses Russian Airstrikes for RT (Video)

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/ris-alexander-mercouris-analyses-russian-airstrikes-rt-video/ri10070

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Hypocrisy is on parade : Russia Gave U.S. One Hour Advance Notice on Bombing in Syria

Obama’s Secretary of Defense, Ashton Carter, told the media a visit by a Russian General an hour prior to today’s bombing in Syria was “unprofessional.”

http://patriotrising.com/2015/09/30/hypocrisy-is-on-parade-russia-gave-u-s-one-hour-advance-notice-on-bombing-in-syria/

AASs
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Us did not get enough advance info to forewarn their Syrian militias, this is what they are bitching about.

Arklight
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sam: On another site there was this squib: “Overheard in the Pentagon: ‘Now we’re Putin’s prison bitch.'” It’s nice to know that somebody in the Captagon has clear vision. Maybe it will percolate upward?

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France starts investigation of Assad’s war crimes

The French authorities initiated investigation of war crimes allegedly conducted by the regime of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in 2011-2013.

According to the France-Presse agency, preliminary investigation, which was started on September 15, is based on the evidence of former military policy photographer, who fled from Syria in 2013. The photographer, whose code name is Caesar, reportedly owns 55,000 photos, which evidence bodies of tortured victims.

http://english.pravda.ru/news/world/30-09-2015/132198-france-0/

Baybars
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Time to start an investigation of the war crimes of the Western Powers: USA, Britain, France, and Israel top the list, followed closely by the medieval (and non-western) KSA. Mustn’t forget Turkey either!

pm
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Thanks for posting that Sam. I’ve been wondering when this ‘investigation’ would start. When I looked on the internet into the allegations it seemed that a number of commentors were saying that in a normal court the evidence would not be accepted because integrity in handling it could not be shown (or some argument like that). Hopefully Syria has some legal aid from Russia as well as the other kinds they are getting.

Edgar Palacio
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The mad government of France is talking about this issue long time ago, but this was dismissed for the evidence that this guy was not credible. Who has to be investigated is the government of France… http://www.voltairenet.org/article188889.html

FalseHope
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Kangaroo Court cases, that’s their specialty.

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Сирия Новое российское оружие

Russia has adopted a new secret weapon in Syria

looks and sounds like a ground-based version of the US GAU-8.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjWumBSM9ds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHv50lXfDHQ

30mm GAU 8 Avenger Impacts – Slowmo (IMAX Fighter Pilot Movie)

AASs
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“This is one of 6 Sukhoi 34 “Fullback” bomber-interceptors deployed to Syria.”

Nope, there are SU-30 interceptors, SU-25 Frogfoots, and SU24 Flankers. Quit the hype Ziad.

Anonymous
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OK, so I am not the only one to doubt this Su-34 `news`
.

Canthama
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Internet is a bitch isn’t it ? With 3 secs of research and ‘voila’ a pic with the 6 Su-34 taken by rats on the Syrian Sky two days ago. There are plenty more of pics in the web and soon sat images will be all over. Trust it, they are there.

https://twitter.com/LuftwaffeAS/status/648557345543356416

FalseHope
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Su-24 “Fencer” , Su-27 Flanker

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Kremlin: Only Russia to take part in operation against Islamic State on legal grounds Russia will be the sole country that will participate in the operation against the Islamic State in Syria on legal grounds, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said. He recalled that such operations were possible only on the basis of a UN Security Council resolution or at the appropriate request of the legal authorities of this or that state concerned. Earlier, the chief of the presidential staff said Syria’s President Bashar Assad had asked Russia to extend military assistance in the struggle against the IS terrorists. “As… Read more »
Syd Barret
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FffffffOfffffff mentat…..you mental midget.

AASs
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“Alloosh has suffered a devastating series of setbacks in the Eastern Ghoutaa. Jaysh Al-Islam has been subjected to operations designed to exterminate its presence”

haha, using the “Ziad-Invert-Logic” (TM) that means he’s holding more parades and traveling to Turkey for conferences.

FHTEX
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I don’t think so. Everywhere on the internet massive Takfiri losses are being reported.

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Russian Defense Ministry releases footage of airstrikes at IS operational staff in Syria Russian Defense Ministry has released video footage of pinpoint airstrikes at an operational staff of the Islamic State grouping on the territory of Syria. A report issued by the ministry’s press service said the command point and the operational staff were located in a mountainous area in Syria. Earlier on Wednesday, the Federation Council, the upper house of Russian parliament authorized the use of Russia’s Aerospace Force units in Syria. Sergey Ivanov, the chief of the Kremlin administration staff said Russia would use only Air Force in… Read more »
Anonymous
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yeh the problem is that most of assad’s potential army is now living off of welfare in europe. they want someone else to fight and die for them. then when it is over they will go back home (hopefully)

Hass
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You imbecile.
They are mainly ISIS scum that fled to EU, cause they knew death was approaching.

Arklight
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Has: You betchum, Red Rider.

Ozskeptic
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Ozskeptic

Anonymous clown
OK, so there are ‘legion’ of anons, YOU are ranked lowest of level 0’s, ‘epsilon’

These mobs of healthy, assertive and rapidly fleeing young men you refer to are on the run from Syria and from justice. They are your cowardly fan-boy rats, NOT Assad’s potential recruits.

What you are witnessing is HIJRAH! – Hijrah is the Islamic doctrine of ‘migration’ in the form of stealth jihad.
http://www.wnd.com/2015/09/isis-smuggler-we-will-use-refugee-crisis-to-infiltrate-west/#MFGVsYh1gUPs38cx.99

STUPID JIHADI!

brave old world
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brave old world

screw you doo, im a delta+

Arklight
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sam: Russian AEROSPACE Command? Why do I think that the Russians are about a mile ahead of the curve?

Anonymous
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russian T 90 cook offs. coming to a theater near you, in living color . stay tuned

brought you by the makers of rpg 29 and kornet.

thanks

thanks a lot slavs. you contract guys are the best.

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Report: Russia demands that American planes stay out of Syrian skies

US official tells Fox News that American planes will not comply with demand.

http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Report-Russia-demands-that-American-planes-stay-out-of-Syrian-skies-419487

Arklight
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sam: Well, Uncle Shitheel has brought it on himself, given that every intrusion is criminal trespass. Any homeowner would be justified in dropping the bastards in their tracks. It’s like the Axis thugs were committing a home invasion, and the Russian security stops ’em permanently.

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Arklight
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Gary: Good post.

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Provisional evaluation of what’s going on: 1. Russia revamped its Mediterranean fleet in 2012 (after the Arab Spring began) in anticipation of both the Crimea and Middle East operations. The fleet had been disbanded since the fall of the USSR. At the same time (and surprisingly to, though I noted the fact in a thread back in 2012), Putin shut down the Russian base at Tartous. I suspect that he did this to avoid becoming embroiled too early in the Syrian conflict. 2. The invasion of Georgia was a test of the world’s willingness to stand against Russian expansionism. Clearly,… Read more »
the Thylacine
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sam, I’ve enjoyed many of your posts, but I believe this analysis is off. Putin is not going to be drawn into an expansionist program. That will simply risk over-extending Russian resources away from protecting the Russian Federation. It will also tar him with the same shit as the Amerikan octopus. His aim will be the securing of sovereign borders, first for Syria, then for Iraq. The legit governments will be strengthened, opposite to the way the US has always white-anted them. Putin needs to show Russia is their guarantor of independence. The CSTO nations will also have a chance… Read more »
FHTEX
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Putin is a masterful political chess player,who plans several moves in advance, while Obama et al. are playing a game of checkers–and poorly at that. Obama et al. threatened to bomb Syria over chemical weapons and Putin and Assad negated the moral pretext by willingly giving up Syria’s chemical arsenal”. When Obama et al. carried out the Maidan coup that could have jeopardized Russia’s Black Sea fleet, Putin grabbed the Crimea in lightning speed without firing a shot. When the Obama et al. tried to bring Russia to its knees by having the Saudis drive the price of oil down,… Read more »
Saladin
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@ FHTEX: Excellent commentary. Thanks!

Canthama
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Thylacine, you hit the nail in the middle of the head with you comment. Russia is indeed extending their “area of protection”, actually Putin has been doing this for a decade, but he had to move the turtle’s speed, rebuilding realtionship, military presence and influence in all of the 4 corners of Russia from the dark ages of the 90s. Russia has rebuilt and strengthen the relationship with China (that was in pretty bad state during the late USSR period). Russia has repositioned in the Artic, very strongly, rebuilding and reopenning military bases, besides taking ownership on a lot of… Read more »
Arklight
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sam: 1. The Tartous base was evacuated because it was coming under direct enemy fire. 2. Russia’s Georgia operation was a counter invasion in answer to Georgia’s invasion of South Ossetia. 3. What invasion of Crimea? Ukraine left the CIS, Crimea seceded from Ukraine, declared independence by referendum, then joined the Russian Federation. WHAT INVASION?????? 4. Nul 5. If Putin was advising anybody regarding ‘reconquest’ and ‘retrenchment’ nobody in Syrian Command was listening. Left alone, Syrian Command’s ‘strategy’ would have led to total loss. 6. The temporary closure of Tartous was militarily necessary; it has since reopened and is operating… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Arklight, and people voted me down for saying Sam was an idiot, like i said before, you worry alot when people like him are in charge of WMD’s.

Ozskeptic
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cHEVI789
That is indeed a very scary thought

Arklight
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Stingray: I think he just became confused and didn’t do his research. sam came aboard long after the events he claimed would have taken place, for the most part, and appears to have drawn from memory of Operation Mockingbird news casts. Rather in the manner in which, 30 years after an event you did not attend, your wife ‘remembers’ that you flirted outrageously with a woman whom you’ve never laid eyes on in your life. sam has put up some good posts; besides, the last guy who was perfect got drug through town on a stick.

Nobilitatis
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Ark, “Crimea seceded from Ukraine”? That seems to be a running gag. Can try that more: Raqqa seceded from Syria, Mossul seceded from Iraq, Kaliningrad seceded from Germany, Florida seceded from Spain, American Natives were seceded from their Homeland, Chechnia seceded from itself …
Or we call a spade a spade.

ziad
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how much has syria bargained in order to get hardware from russia? i already know at least 1 base with runway,,idk about them only helping with air strikes though,,does this mean they are also gonna protect the SAA from any air strikes from west in case they do mission creep? would it not be better to have a few russian troops along with SAA units to ensure western circus does not make any mistakes or take foolish risks? all in all very uplifting news all over ,it is going to be living in very interesting times soon,with usa getting mre… Read more »
Syd Barret
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Shut you fool….[Ziad the Fake]

”how much has syria bargained in order to get hardware from russia”

What a tool…[sic]

Ozskeptic
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Syd Ziad (the lessor) has been posting here for a long time (even longer than me) and he has my respect because of this. Lil’ ziad (I know he hates being referred to as such) has been very ‘negative’ and gloomy in these past few months, as the situation improves. I have long anticipated that when the shit really hits the fan favorably for Syria, the true colors of certain SyPer posters will be revealed. Whilst “Shut you fool!” is not the most grammatically correct response, maybe it is appropriate. 12 votes says it is, so I will make it… Read more »
ziad
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I am confused if you have respect for me or not snce your saying i been gloomy as the situation is improving and then you give this jack ass troller a thumbs up? maybe you dont realise this troll has acted childishly towards me obviously not knowing me like others here do

CHEVI789
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little Z, read my above comment on what i believe Russia is doing, and it ain’t bargaining, there is a long term goal here at play, with Russia cementing their foothold into Syria means that no one can attack it, i believe this is Putins checkmate to the west, it doesn’t matter what excuse he makes this will be the fact.

ziad
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yes i understand there are good things that come out of it but it seems like syria is giving them diplomatic parcels of land in exchange for weps

Arklight
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Little Z. So far as I know and can be confirmed, The Russians notified the American embassy in Baghdad that RuAF would commence combat operations in 1 hour, and for the Americans to keep out of it. Nothing else.

ziad
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ziad

yeah i hope the only info they give the bastards is telling them when there about to strike and where at the very last minute

Shin
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The western, Gulf and Zionist anti Assad crowd are incandescent with rage over the latest events concerning Syria, they talk of Assad prosecuted for war crimes at the Hague, an interim government in Syria, Assad stepping down in a few months, chemical weapons used again and WW3 unless Assad goes,…,

I have a message for them all, get over it your plan is finished over, If there are any war criminals to be found start by taking a good look in your bathroom mirror.

FalseHope
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FalseHope

Have they ever got over anything? They just go on and on. Circumstances are the only limiting factor in US policies. What they intend to do they will do no matter the cost. They are lunatic fringe unprecedented in human history.

Arklight
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Shin: Right! Good post!

R
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As Sam mentions up above there is squabbling going on between the States and Russia.Many sites now posting a lot of links and videos
Seems,do not hold me to this, that Russia during side talks asked-requested that all work together
and were denied.Then Russia asked for coalition to stop while they ran their mission/sorties-again denied–so Russia sent some one to the US embassy with the message”’clear out in an hour or two as our planes are in the air”

So after the strikes the West is ticked off because the strikes were aimed at helping Assad………..

Arklight
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R: The ‘West’ doesn’t much like it when anyone shits in their soup.

FalseHope
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You are really deprived of decency. Your language will turn away with disgust many well behaved. Unfortunately there is no proper moderation on this blog.

Arklight
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False: ‘pinch a loaf’? ‘drop a log’? Does that suit you better?

FalseHope
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Your place is among the people who use the same language like you. A gutter to be more precise.

Ronnie Pickering
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Ronnie Pickering

Oh what a beautiful morning,
Oh what a beautiful day,
I’ve got a wonderful feeling,
Everything’s going my way.

https://youtu.be/kp5HCDGJsvM

Anonymous
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Beautiful indeed

A $500m effort
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A $500m effort

Wonder what happened to the 5 ‘Moderate Rebels’ Left in Syria…

CHEVI789
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They’re on some tropical island sipping on some sort of expensive cocktail and enjoying their well deserved R&R.

Anonymous
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An important video ,that shows ,what kind of “utopian ” world .. the American and Jews elite will like to see , if they manage to achieve their goals of total control of the world.. That is if Russia and with Help of BRICS nations do not stop them. you might feel sick , by just observing how they talk and how they see humanity.. and a problem that needs to be fixed.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1T-62uxbMBM A world where only half a billion people exist.. and to get rid of the other 6 billions of people. This is to create the ideal… Read more »
Anonymous
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Russia started bombarding ALL terrorist rebels. Not just ISIL. If they wanted to fight just ISIL, it would be suspicious. This is a very good thing. I didn’t expect that after the Ukraine thing I would ever say: Bravo Russia. A lot of details here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/11900853/Putin-request-for-use-of-Russian-troops-in-Syria-approved-live.html Ash Carter, the US Defence Secretary, has accused Russia of “pouring gasoline on the fire”. He said the Russian strikes were in areas where there were probably no Isil forces. He has directed a team to meet with Russian defence counterparts “as soon a possible” in the next few days. http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/09/30/boots-on-ground-russian-lawmakers-back-putin-sending-troops-to-syria/ The development came… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: WHAT ‘Ukraine thing’? If you’re pointing fingers, give the middle one to the US/NATO gang.

CHEVI789
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Anon, i stated this a while ago here, this is their aim, the population of today is not manageable so it must be reduced, the only way is to have another holocaust on a major scale, and anyone that was under their spell to be removed from earth asap, the quicker this is done the quicker their plan is undone.

Prison Bitch Syndrome
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Prison Bitch Syndrome

Overheard At The Pentagon:

“Right Now, We Are Putin’s Prison Bitch”

pm
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.Barry’s golfing buddy John speaks. radionz.co.nz/news/political/285566/nz-supports-us-position-on-syria-pm NZ supports US position on Syria – PM Updated at 4:29 pm on 29 September 2015 The Prime Minister says the immediate removal of the Assad regime is no longer a necessary starting point for achieving peace in Syria. Speaking from New York, where he is attending the United Nations General Assembly, John Key said he supported comments made by US President Barack Obama. “If you listen very carefully to what President Obama said today, he said that there was essentially a sort of multi-staged way of carrying out changes in Syria,” said Mr… Read more »
FalseHope
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FalseHope

Not by free thinking New Zealanders. NZ Zionist president has been always ready to leak ankle sam’s boots. There is something rotten in the lend of NZ.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

The Drone Emperor speaks —
”realism also requires a managed transition”
* * * * *
Yeah Barry, and who’s gonna manage it? NOT some UN tool, or some color revolution Soros plant. NOT some stooge from the ‘Friends of Syria’. NOT some shill like Ban K-Moon, who tried to shut down Walid al-Moallem when he spoke at Geneva Two. NOT Lakhdar al-Brahimi, the Clinton shill. NOT Staffan de Mistura, the NATO plant.
The transition will be DEMOCRATICALLY MANAGED. That will stick in the craw of the Empire of chaos, because Syrians will democratically choose DR. BASHAR AL-ASSAD!
JUST AS THEY HAVE ALREADY!

Anonymous
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Russia started bombarding ALL terrorist rebels. Not just ISIL. If they wanted to fight just ISIL, it would be suspicious. This is a very good thing. I didn’t expect that after the Ukraine thing I would ever say: Bravo Russia. A lot of details here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/11900853/Putin-request-for-use-of-Russian-troops-in-Syria-approved-live.html Ash Carter, the US Defence Secretary, has accused Russia of “pouring gasoline on the fire”. He said the Russian strikes were in areas where there were probably no Isil forces. He has directed a team to meet with Russian defence counterparts “as soon a possible” in the next few days. ======= http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/09/30/boots-on-ground-russian-lawmakers-back-putin-sending-troops-to-syria/ The development… Read more »
unity100
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Its not Obama’s dreams which are being crushed. Its Neocons’ dreams. And as an extension, Saudi, Israeli dreams.

Obama admn. had been cooperating to great extent with russia against all these parties.

Hence the weird contradictions in US govt. behavior: while pentagon barks war against russia, US administration lets the Patriot missile battery agreement in Turkey expire, causing to a withdraw of these missiles and making northern syria safe for Russian and Syrian aircraft.

pm
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I like to believe that Obama has been lying during his presidency when he says stuff that supports neocon positions and that he is waiting for appropriate times to undermine them. Of course beliefs might be delusional.

Anonymous
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Tangible theory pm,there might be some hidden agenda behind his constant policy failures.
You never know! But perhaps Pindos are really plain stupid?…

Arklight
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pm: Re: Obama
He riseth early to pursue Cow Pasture Pool, and the truth is not in him.

Rus.Lang
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When Comrade Obama return, I gonna take him to dacha, give him glass vodka and we will dance to balalaika.

ROBERT PARRY
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Obama’s Ludicrous ‘Barrel Bomb’ Theme – September 30, 2015 Exclusive: In addressing the United Nations, President Obama singled out for condemnation Syria’s President Assad and his alleged use of “barrel bombs,” but Obama was silent on his own use of far more powerful ordnance or the civilian tolls from Saudi/Israeli attacks with highly lethal U.S. bombs, writes Robert Parry. By Robert Parry https://consortiumnews.com/2015/09/30/obamas-ludicrous-barrel-bomb-theme/ The U.S. government has dropped hundreds of thousands of tons of bombs on Iraq alone in the last dozen years – and even hailed the start of the bombing campaign in 2003 as “shock and awe” –… Read more »
FalseHope
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How does a barrel bomb compare to depleted uranium one?

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

The ‘barrel bomb’ is a loud myth you will hear about ad nauseam.
the DU dirty bomb, is a silent bomb, that is, you will hear nothing about it.

Stein Atle Bauge
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DU=armor penetrating.

Ozskeptic
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Stein Atle Bauge
DU = Depleted Uranium.
Armour piercing, yes. Toxic for many future generations, big YES.
http://www.globalresearch.ca/fears-of-depleted-uranium-use-in-libya/25079

Arklight
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Oz: DU has a lethal half life in excess of 200 million years. I live in Las Vegas, so whenever the wind blows down from Creech Air Force Base (Nellis’ bombing and gunnery range), Nevada Test Site and Tonopah Test Range, I wish I lived in the Mountains of New Guinea. Depleted Uranium munitions appeared to be the solution for the problem of increasing numbers of spent nuclear reactor fuel rods, which were not finding a willing storage site anywhere. Well, as most people know, depleted uranium is not inert, it just doesn’t have enough ‘oomph’ left to run a… Read more »
Ozskeptic
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False Flag
Apologies for my ‘sniping’ in past week. It was your depressing ‘moniker’ rather than the substance of your comments that influenced me. This latest comment:
“How does a barrel bomb compare to depleted uranium one?” is pure GOLD!
I have been too subjective instead of objective. I feel shamed. Thanks and please accept my humble apologies.
I still think your name needs a change given recent developments.
Sorry Bro
Oz

Arklight
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Arklight

Oz; Maybe – – Bogus Banner?

FalseHope
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I would appreciate more people like you on the blog. I haven’t taken any offense though. However this blog needs proper moderation. There is too much of uncultured offensive language which speaks more about the blogger then the topic discussed. It’s hard to understand how somebody can be reworded for something like this. You have shown to all on this blog what true decency means However I doubt there will be much following of you noble example. Just wait and see the reaction to this comment. Nevertheless what you have written it’s far more important then what happens in Syria… Read more »
Anonymous
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“Nevertheless what you have written it’s far more important then what happens in Syria because it affects our characters.”
Sorry, FH you ruined it with that bullshit. Our scribblings are nothing to the real sufferings of the innocent.

pm
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I was the anon 3:37pm.
Go straight to 3:00 (to get to the point) in

Thucydides
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The country that used 2 nuclear bomb against the Japanese while there was no need at all to use them. Just to show off to the world.
Anyone can use thermonuclear bombs for the next 10.000 years and the USA could say NOTHING about it from a moral high ground. They have no morals.

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

China and Russia are strong, they can do whatever they want. The other people just have to accept it.

Ozskeptic
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Thucydides So glad your insanity has stabilized today. Agree 200% with your post. Thank you. You and me are literally ‘polar opposites’ but grudging respect to you, sir. SyPer would not be the same without you. Perhaps one day you will come to the warmer pole and sample a real life? If you find my tropical paradise a bit too hot to handle, Chevi , Thylacine, Little Bat and Gazza (apologies to any ‘ockers’ unmentioned) would be equally gracious to partially host this great southern holiday. You may even find a place to escape Armageddon down here! Fellow SyPerians, we… Read more »
Thucydides
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Dear Ozskeptic,

Thank you! Anything I say from a propaganda point of view can be tracked down 100% to the writings of Sun Tzu. One day I will reveal it. But as long as there is a war in Syria you have to trust me that I know what I am doing to the good of us all. I am still a Jedi. There shall be order, justice and peace in the Galazy.

Arklight
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Thucydides: ‘If we do it standing up, you can’t get pregnant. Trust me.’
‘If you look down the barrel of your pistol when you pull the trigger, you can tell for sure if it works. Trust me.’ ‘The greatest good would be best served if no one owned anything; there would be no envy or greed anymore. Trust me.’

Ozsceptic
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Thucydides
Please give Chewbacca a pat from me.
May the (Russian) air-force be with you!

JONATHAN MARSHALL
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JONATHAN MARSHALL
More Anti-Russian Bias at the NYT – September 30, 2015 Exclusive: The anti-Russian bias of the New York Times is hard to miss as it consistently puts Moscow’s actions and intentions in the worst possible light, in stark contrast to the warm glow that usually surrounds military actions by the U.S. and its “allies,” as Jonathan Marshall observes. By Jonathan Marshall https://consortiumnews.com/2015/09/30/more-anti-russian-bias-at-the-nyt/ Someone at the New York Times forgot where the opinion pages are, and not for the first time. When it comes to hot-button foreign issues such as Russia and Syria, too often Official Washington’s opinions and hostile spin… Read more »
Who’s laughing now, kikes?
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Who’s laughing now, kikes?

The western media are all following the same script…”The strikes hit targets in Homs and Hama, but there is no presence of ISIS in those areas, a senior U.S. defense official said.”

Arklight
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Who: Gee, even Wikimaps has a whole lot of black cow flops in both Hama and Homs provinces.

Stein Atle Bauge
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Propaganda as usual –but then Russia actually does not give a crap if they are IS or Nusra.. if they dont fight IS they are IS, its well known that the distinction by now is meaningless, rats migrate between groups.