HAMA: ‘ATSHAAN VILLAGE AND AL-SIRMAANIYYA FREED OF OBAMA-STENCH; TERRORISTS IN STATE OF ANARCHY

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The Syrian military seen here bombing the daylights out of terrorist rats in the Waadi Al-Ghaab (SANA – Wartime Coverage):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ypKzpzt3Jg&feature=youtu.be&fb_ref=Default&fb_source=message

 

Atshaan Village:  In Arabic, ‘Atshaan means “thirsty”.  And this village was dying of thirst until the Syrian Army liberated it yesterday with citizens coming out of their shelters to express pure jubilation at riddance from the stinking terrorist vermin funded by the even-smellier Arabians.

 

الطائرات الروسية تنفذ 22 غارة استهدف فيها 27 موقعا للإرهابيين بسورية

Al-Sirmaaniyya: Just liberated by the Syrian Army.

Al-Tamaani’ah is about to fall to the SAA as the artillery brigades pour down a continuing wall of fire on Al-Qaeda’s/Nusra’s fixed positions, which, by the by, are also being pummeled from the air by both the SAAF and RuAF.  As of this morning, we can confirm a crisis amid the ranks of the terrorists as their communications tell a story of medical deprivation with field commanders imploring their superiors in Turkey and Idlib City to “do something”.  There are hundreds of wounded degenerates in the areas of Al-Tamaani’ah and Al-Sukayk villages.  A warehouse was hit by an SU-24 last night and vaporized along with 5 armored cars parked nearby and 3 pickups with 23mm cannons.  All went up in smoke as Russia unleashed all-weather, day-night, bombers with coordinates delivered by the SAA-MI folks.

 

Umm Haaratayn:  A confirmed 79 rodents were scorched last night by the SAA with the Russian AF flying helicopter missions targeting TOW missile launchers.  This is an obvious message that the frontal assault is starting very soon to finish off the remaining rodents.  The 4th Mechanized Armored Division is champing at the bit to start the campaign of liquidation.

 

مقتل 125 إرهابياً وتدمير قواعد صواريخ

 

Enjoy watching Hind helicopters flying real low to exterminate rats and their TOW launchers.  Thanks, Vasili:

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

 

Kafr Nabbooda:  We can confirm 30+ rodents killed or wounded when the SAA unleashed a remarkably accurate barrage of artillery striking a fortified Nusra/Alqaeda position.   Rat reports indicate the death of a field commander.

 

Russia’s Ministry of Defense has announced that the Air Force flew 29 missions during the last 24 hours hitting 25 training bases belonging to ISIS and 23 fortified positions.  Altogether, Russia flew 64 sorties in a span of only 24 hours wreaking havoc in the ranks of the American-supported terrorist rats.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Tweedle-dee and Tweedle-dum.  That’s what Penny thinks is happening between ISIS and the rest of the rotting meat in Aleppo:

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2015/10/isis-big-winadvance-in-aleppo-rebel.html

Vasili sends this one showing U.S. weapons delivered to ISIS and discovered by the Iraqi military.  Penny should love this one:

http://www.redflagnews.com/headlines-2015/treason-iraqis-accuse-us-of-arming-isis-after-discovering-alleged-weapons-airdrop-video

Vasili shows us the new Buratinos sent to Syria for deployment.  I love watching rats burn:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuyCZiI2f8U

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Is this rat humor?

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Not worth watching. More important things in the world.
I have seen to many pictures of dead children from Syria murdered by the British/French elite to keep Sykes-Picot going. London/Paris. Mass murdering bankers. I can never ever in my life consider anything funny or silly towards these mass murders on children and young mother by these bankers. Revenge!

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I don’t get why Russia, last Friday, allowed 2 terrorist USAF F16’s to fly into Allepo and bomb the Power Station, killing over 6 civilian workers and killing a further 7 civilians, and injuring dozens more, near by. Apart from destroying vital Syrian infrastructure, the Terrorist US kills many civilians without even blinking. As I previously commented, I now truly think Russia, has to at some make a point and declare Sooriya’s Sovereign Airspace” a deadly No Go Zone, ASAP. These war crimes against the Civilians and Infrastructure have to stop. Would appreciate other SyrPers opinions on this subject. Thanks!

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ArkLight thank you very much , you’re very kind

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Muito obrigado Canthama

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ABC-TV Australia says that in the last month 3,000 Syrians have left Jordan’s refugee communities, and returned to Syria, from which they will not be able to re-emigrate to Jordan. Much bollocks about ‘regime’, ‘barrel bombs’ and nattering rat supporters shitting on about civilians being bombed. Nothing about the 225,000 Syrian refugees who got an SMS phone message from the UN World Food Program, telling them their food rations would be cut, as they only had three children or less.

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Tas,
it’s good to see, 4 Corners have surprisingly done a couple of near honest reports lately.

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A tunnel destroyed by the Syrian army in Damascus area
http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940719001208

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Picture:

https://twitter.com/XiuXes/status/653171267953102848

#FSA #ISIS claims to have downed 3 #RuAF MI-24 HIND. But, the “evidence” shows #UsAF AH-64 Apache #EpicFail

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Could it be possible that they are trying to encircle whole Mount Zawiya area?

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Derzu, from a military standpoint an Armed forces needs two divisions in each prong to fully encircle the whole mount Zawiya area (approx 50.000men) and it’s not an open terrain so i think they’re trying to advance while destroying rats infrastructure, manpower, hardaware and morale

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BREAKING NEWS !!!!!!! O’Bomber’s air aces fly bravely into in action! Two F16 aircrafts belonging to the so-called US-led coalition violated the Syrian airspace on Saturday, targeting the infrastructure and destroying two power plants in al-Rudwaniya area to the east of Aleppo city, a military source said. According to the source, the two aircrafts violated the Syrian airspace at 10:00 AM Saturday morning. The coalition, instead of bombing Daesh’s positions, strikes with air raids at Syrian infrastructure in residential areas: two power plants destroyed. Unknown for now the number of possible victims. Al-Rudwaniya area is located some 50 kilometres from… Read more »

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Perhaps Barry Obomb Bomb’s brave pilots thought they were bombing a hospital?!

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That is the signature of the London/Paris bankers.

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True, there’s no doubt in mind that the US is in collusion with the cannibals, and they feel embarassed and exposed now when Russia is doing a good job

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NDF fighting in Latakia:

http://www.anna-news.info/node/44553

Question: What kind of missile is that thing in 0:30?

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Brave men doing their duty for their people.
I hope they take big time revenge for everything one day.

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Thucydides
We all really like your posts when you are in this ‘rational’ mood.
More of it ….and less loony rants, OK?

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It all depends if I have enough German booze. Booze makes me a little milder. Just a little.

“I am MAD as hell and I am not going to take this anymore!”

– Network Movie

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RT article, Jonathan Pie, TV news presenter ‘ – – and now, stay stewed for the nudes.’
https://www.rt.com/news/318277-reporter-uncensored-spoof-video/

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Arklight
Hey! I thought you were going to bed???

Before you go to bed, check out ‘The Saker.’
It seems he agrees that not much will change for a while. Shit will hit the fan after another week of air strikes.
“The attrition will peak in a week time. The real battles will start to show in a week or two when supplies begin to dwindle and causalities mount up and reserves need to be called up.”
http://thesaker.is/syrian-sitrep-october-10th-2015-by-john-rambo/

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Oz, this line of thought is completely correct. The situation on the ground in Syria right now is a combination of several different strategies, none aiming to be solved in days ro weeks, we can not think about the 2015 several retreats from the SAA as the MO of fast gains. The war plan as it seems, so far, is focusing in : 1) Bomb the hell out of any possible Identified rat C&C, ammo depot, fuel storage and if lucky armored vehicles. This is going to take several weeks and we will see more cruise missiles flying to easy… Read more »

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OZ–That is a great site-man presents great and interesting info.Had to bookmark that one and he backs up everything with links (source)

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Good to read enjoy your Sunday !

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I did understand your point, and I am aware of this strategy, but I want to emphasize that being anger against foreigners misbehaving in his own country does not make one an extremist irrespective of the foreigners origins.

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Of course no one wants foreigners (regardless of their origins) be messing in their countries, it’s called patriotism, It’s natural and totally understandable
I fully concur with you

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Quentin,
I appreciate your comments, do you mind to tell me your thought about the fact that
Syrian people are fighting to death invaders coming from abroad and no one call them right-wingers……

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I do appreciate the feedback but i think you misunderstood my comment
Fist of all not all illegals are not all syrians there are iraqis, afghans, sub saharan africans and other nationalities as well
Second these waves of people can easily be infiltarted by paid agent to carry out attack, commit crimes to give illegals a bad name and provoke a public outcry in europe against them with other ends in mind
The illegals are being used in a grand scheme

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Sorry for the typing errors, i hope you got my point , the scheme is to make europeans xenophobic towards foreigners and make them vote for right wing parties in europe

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There is no doubt in my mind that the “refugees” are some sort of pawn. It is definitely going to cause a right-wing rise in europe, are at least an attempted one. For these people to be suddenly appearing after 4-5 years of conflict is just too convenient. I hope that Europe will not fall into this trap and find some way to deal with these insurgents and refugees. They would do best to set up centers to create identities for the undocumented so they could be tracked. It seems obvious that a great deal of them cannot be trusted.… Read more »

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idio: Once Syria, Iraq and Lebanon are sterilized, we can go to Europe and the US, and do it all over again.

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I have been working on these refugees for 5 years now. 1 of my 50 strategies of propaganda. It is important that they never ever work. Like the army of blind men from the battle of Kleidion. They will do economical damage and send billions towards Syria over the coming decades. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Kleidion “The number of prisoners was 8,000. Basil divided the prisoners into groups of 100 men, blinded 99 men in each group in both eyes and left one man in each with one eye so that he could lead the others home.” These men could never ever work again… Read more »

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To idiocracy, Quentin, BJH and Ozskeptic:

About the refugees being pawns and Erdogan’s games and 4 years..

Here are a couple of handy articles that include most of your points:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/refugee-crisis-to-justify-humanitarian-military-intervention-and-the-creation-of-safe-havens-in-syria/5474583

http://journal-neo.org/2015/09/13/social-engineering-101-how-to-make-a-refugee-crisis/

Oh and as a PS. there’s one for Thucydides on the Bankers/jews theme:

https://biblicisminstitute.wordpress.com/2015/07/28/how-the-ashkenazi-jews-conquered-the-west/

This has great background info for everyone. The link sometimes plays up but can be found through Google.

I hope this helps.

Regards

Susie

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Thank you for sharing the links with us Susie, very eye opening

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Idioacracy, great thoughts coming from a sound mind
Europe should have seen this coming when they were spreading lies and meddling in the affairs of the legitimate syrian government back in 2011-2012

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Sputnik News: Poles are waking up: NATO and the US are the enemy, not Russia; politicians don’t think that the huge chasm between the public and policy will make any difference – – wait until the next election and the populace is up to its ears in illegals living on the dole, blowing things up, shooting people, or some combination. Too funny!
http://sputniknews.com/politics/20151006/1028096535/russia-syria-poland-public-opinion.html

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The swarms of illegals flooding europe strangely at the same time and after 4 1/2 years of conflicts are meant to be used to overburden europe’s social spending and thus economies this will raise xenophobia especially with the wave of rapes and muggins now, and lead to the rise of right-wing sentiments in europe

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I think it is happening now because Erdogan has reached the conclusion that overthrowing the government of Syria is not going to happen. So, all of those he allowed in because he thought they would be short term “guests” have worn out their welcome and are being cajoled into moving on. Lebanon is full. So, they have to move on into Europe.

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That’s logical Berl but what worries me is that why most illegals are healthy males between 18-35 ?? I think it’s an attempt to destabilise europe’s economy and demographics too

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Agreed. 18-35?
1. Fighting age – experienced, weapons trained
2. ‘Trained/programmed’ in body and in mind
3. Fertile breeding stock to out-birth the pale, sterile and largely bi-sexual locals
4. Voting age
5. Will stick together, never assimilate
6. Assertive and aware of international ‘rights’ of refugee status – not forced to seek work,
7. Large pool of relatives to ‘sponsor’ to join them in a year or two.

This will destabilize any county’s economy and demographics, in very short time.
Perhaps Australia will still be called ‘The Lucky Country’ for a few years yet.

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Good remarks Ozskeptic, something is definately fishy concerning this issue

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From what I have read, Germany is a nightmare and it gets worse every week.

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Those who control the grand scheme of things will try to destabilise germany because it’s the economic backbone of europe

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Tass: Caspian Sea missile strike into Syria a real stunner: http://tass.ru/en/opinions/827595

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Arklight, one problem i find with the american government is that they think THEY are the only ones who are smart enough to create good weapons, american made weapons are expensive, over their completion date and not as low maintenance as Russian equipment, not all i might add but most, hence why the AK-47 is the most widely used and reliable weapon in the world.

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Good point Chevi, america stands for excessive over-engineering while russia stands for efficiency and reliability

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Chevi: Where can an oil change for your car cost a thousand dollars? Where can you be driving in the country and an electric fence kills your car? Only in America. Where can you buy a brand new touring motorcycle, loaded, with sidecar for less than ten Gs? Nowhere in America. Where do they make a rifle that, if rusted shut you kick the bolt open and it will fire? Nowhere in America. Aw heck, Stingray – – I’m tired, disgusted and hungry. I’m going to hang it up for tonight before I say something rude to anybody. G’nite, Stingray,… Read more »

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al Masdar: Somebody forgot all about DZ. SAA will have to pay for that damned expensive real estate – – AGAIN!
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/battle-for-deir-ezzor-becomes-a-blood-bath-isis-disregards-death-toll-to-advance/

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Yes with the focus on the Hama-Latakia fronts everybody forgot about D.Z, unfortunately they have to hold on to that land parcel as it holds an important strategic value from a military standpoint. Without D.Z and it’s airbase the cannibals will have unchallegend dominion over all eastern syria, the freed tied up forces now will try to overwhelm the SAA in the eastern Hama-Homs fronts and they’ll have a safer passage through the Euphrates, SAA has to hold on no matter what the odds are. I think for the time being without extra troops or hardware, and without sufficient air… Read more »

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Quentin: The only feasible place for SAA to force a river crossing, bisect IS and start rolling them up is DZ; The commander of Tiger Force knows this, the line dogs know this, shit! even I know this, and you know that it hasn’t escaped the rats notice. Somebody dropped the ball – – AGAIN! sniff – – sniff-sniff – – sniff; I smell rats in Damascus.

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Blunders do happen in wars and it can happen for many reasons, the important thing is to get back on our feet, cut our losses and outsmart the enemy

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Q: I don’t know about you, but I really hate it when the dumbass attacks follow one another like baby ducks, or come in bunches like grapes.

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Quentin: BTW, it would be nice if you’d key in an email address so you could begin working your way to the lofty heights of us ‘Cesars’ You don’t have to be brilliant, or even anything approaching it, just post the livin’ shit out of the forum, and you’ll be there before you know it.

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Thanks for the tip

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Q: Sure, you bet.

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Don’t rush…..it’s overrated. lol

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Arklight That strategy certainly worked for Thucydides and Sam J H (Proconsul … and itchin’ to be a Cesar)! It would be a bit silly if people posted just to become a Cesar, though. At least Quentin uses a name. For me, it’s the confusion of trying to communicate with the legion of (good and bad) ‘anons’ that can be most frustrating. Like you said Ark, being a Cesar is no guarantee of wisdom. Au contraire, it may well indicate that I am fast approaching my ‘use by’ date (as in real life, LOL). My regards to both of you… Read more »

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Thank you for your kind words and for all your valuable posts here in SyrPer

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Oz: Aw – – g’won! Next time you pop a top, pop two, and pretend I’m there to share the time.

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Arklight:
I’m back.
Sucking on a cask of ‘goon’ right now. No top to pop. Just a big bag of cheap wine. (Looks like I will have to bring my own supply to Damascus).

Hope the link works to this amusing cartoon pic. Never posted a picture before.
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Oz: The silly WILL be silly, and there’s precious little we can do about that, since retroactive birth control is considered to be not quite the thing

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RT article: US wants to buy off the families of the murder victims of Kunduz: what’s a family go for these days, BO? a couple hundred bucks? Arrest everyone connected with the debacle, charge and try ’em in an Afghan court, and let ’em pay for what they did.
https://www.rt.com/news/318265-kunduz-airstrike-us-condolence-payments/

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Ark Its the American way YOU KNOW THAT-buy off the problem with dollars-How many cities settle with families when there is a wrong arrest and worse and injuries occur or wrong identification leading to …….A Pro BB player just won in court in NYC last week against the force .Mega bucks possible in that one.

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Arklight: “too much going on now” Very true. I feel this may be a good time to sit back, rest the fingers and watch events as they unfold. It’s hard to keep up! there are so many posts now, it’s hard to come up with something ‘original.’ It’s not Pepe Escobar this time, but Asia times ran this little article yesterday: Turkey – the next failed state in the Middle East: We do not know just who detonated the two bombs that killed 95 Kurdish and allied activists in Ankara Saturday, but the least likely conjecture is that President Erdogan’s… Read more »

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Ozskeptic, i can assure that turkey will suffer from a civil war in the future, now this is not an emotional reaction to all the crimes and mayhem the turkish regime has done in syria but it will come, rest assured
A timing can’t be given as there are many variables in play

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Oz, Quentin: I think it’s one of those things that everybody hopes will turn out to be a bad dream, the result of dirty crayfish or something. Of all the results of a civil war in Turkey, a good one is not any of them. A military coup would, seemingly, be the least worst of the options, but without definitive knowledge of the officer corps it’s useless to speculate. The best scenario, if there is any good one at all, is for all non Turks to hat up and sky out for home, toot sweet, including military, spooks, little old… Read more »

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Your view is quite accurate i would say, the Bosphorus in an important asset for NATO to control the russian flow from the Black sea to the mediterranean sea.

The Turkish officers corps won’t move for a coup without US green light, so a civil war will likely erupt in the coming years (with so much ethnic, economic and political tensions) and the military will try to extinguish it because they share the same boss with their government

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Quentin: I’ll bet that there are senior officers gathered round their hookahs every night asking themselves, and each other, ‘Were we better off with, or without, NATO?’ ‘Were we better off with, or without. the Americans? We already KNOW we’re better off without the EU – – ‘

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Yeah totally, Turks and Europeans really fail in romance

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Wishful thinking.
There is no hunger.
So there will be no uprising in Turkey, unless organized by the Cia/Mossad/Mi6.
Which is an possibility because Anders Behring Breivik did mention that Turkey would split up firstly because of internal tensions (what did Mi6 tell him?)and the British tried to destroy Turkey before at Gallipoli.

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@Oz & Quentin, Your comments set off a thought-bomb, which is along the lines that given the Yank rogue faction’s nihilism, they may prefer internal chaos in Turkey, to the orderly removal of Erdogan, or to yet another US-directed coup. Their preference is always chaos, and they hate order. That way, their PKK Kurds can assert some sovereignty over bits of Hatay. As the Russian/Syrian/Iraqi/Iran/HZ alliance cleans out Syria, the rump Erdoganistas will give the fleeing white-boy terror-enablers a place to re-group, as well as bits of Ahrar al-Sham and other criminals. The chimera of a ‘Free Kurdistan’ in the… Read more »

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Already predicted dear Oz & Quentin, this country has about 60% Sunni and 40% Alevi (correct me here if i am wrong), but I dare say at least 20% of Sunni will join the Alevi, either they are like minded or married from different sects. I will also predict the chaos in saudi scarabia, the GCC will start to fall apart in the not to distant future, israel will no longer be able to attack Syria (after they try real hard to) and more than likely Lebanon due to HA recieving new weapons from Russia, Lebanon will still be a… Read more »

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Stingray: President Assad has made the point, several times, that all Syrians are Syrians, and worship on their own time.

I think KSA is toast, but MAYBE a new king can salvage something from the wreck. No money on it, though.

I think Yemen will come out ahead, in the long run, so long as they run off the Americans.
Just my opinion.

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Very good points Arklight, but KSA won’t have someone to save it when the third generation will start fighting each other for power, i’m 100% sure of that

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As you told me to correct if wrong, according to wikipedia they say that Alevis comprise between 10-15 millions (15-20%), but i have no doubt that many sunnis will join the Alevis as they are moderate people how respect their religion and despise the evil propaganda of hatred spewed at them by GCC clerics and Erdogan Your prediction are logical and likely, KSA will face a power inheritance crisis in a few years when the second generation will die off as they’re all very old and their piggy bank is drained in yemen, other GCC will follow, turkey is also… Read more »

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Oz, one thing can all agree with is that Turkey is heading for troubles, the inner corruption can only be purged with a “Attaturk” style, cutting deep into the flesh. But it is hard to know, Turkish institutions have been slowly for the past 12 years infiltrated by “merdogan’s” criminals, so it is fair to say the all Turkish Institutions are corrupted and can not be relied upon helping the people. The military is no exception, hundreds of high officers are in jail and the ones running “merdogan’s” show are loyal to him. Having said, once a corrupt always a… Read more »

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Would like to take this opportunity to express my joy at the turn of events in Syria and to say that I never supported the Obama administration’s attacks.

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Agreed Crone, the turn of events in Syria is historical and will improve the ground situation remarkably

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Quentin: When my many greats grandaddy watched Cornwallis march out of Yorktown, the British musics were playing ‘The World Turned Upside Down’; I wonder if our Marine Corps Band has that in their repertoire for BO’s edification when it finally soaks in what all has happened in Syria. Something to think about, huh?

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Sure, the impact of what’s happening in Syria will be so immense in the future that maybe they’ll put back that song in their repertoire

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agree with Quentin Arklight… when I read your post I assumed it was a recent event, at least since the advent of the RuAF. No one is displeased.

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crone: Thank you, and best regards to Quentin as well. I’ll give you the nuts-‘n’-bolts as best I recall: Some (apparently senior) commander ordered an S300 battery to Idlib, where the radar van was sited, the missile van back down in, or near, Jisr. The rats put together another massive offensive out of nowhere, overran Idlib, and captured the radar van. The missiles and their transport were taken away in time, but only just. Immediately, the Russians (as near as i can figure out, nothing hard on this) took back control of deployment, siting and firing the most advanced weapons,… Read more »

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Thank you Arklight, no hard feelings mate
I also have to thank you for taking the time to expand on that topic for us since i had no prior knowledge of that and was very curious
Your posts are informative and to the point, please keep up the good work

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I’m sure the Russians have figured that this could happen and there are appropriate measures in place (i.e. if takfiri bad breath is sensed, self-destruct)

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This might be a good idea as i heard that a cannibals breath is too sickening that even dogs can smell it a mile away!

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S300 is 80s tech, several NATO-aligned countries have them.
Nothing to reverse engineer.

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Excellent article on how Russia is blinding NATO in Syria, worth the time to read.

https://theconversation.com/how-syria-is-becoming-a-test-bed-for-high-tech-weapons-of-electronic-warfare-48779

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Excellent article Canthama, i’ve always liked your contribution to this blog as you seem to be very polite, smart and well knowledgeable on the situation on the ground

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Quentin: Canthama is the gold standard, alright.

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I agree, this is undisputed

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Quentin, much appreciated. Syrper is my place of choice to contribute to the Syrian couse and some global geopolitics, I can only thank Ziad for creating this space for us all and of course all Syrpers of good intention that spend precious time here exchanging ideas and thoughts. This community has drawn a lot of good mind, of course we have trolls, but in general the vast majority are good people that do spend the time around, either reading or chatting. My only concern is always with folks with hidden agendas or using Syrper to leverage his/her own blogs in… Read more »

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Canthama: So far as we can tell at this point, the Russians have the EC and ECW all their way for now, but I really worry about the S300 radar van that the rats captured in Idlib and just drove away in. The weapons were in another location, nearer Jisr as I recall, and were gotten away alright, but it’s the razzle-dazzle radar that’s the key to the whole enchilada. That capture was not a good thing, from our side.

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what the?? Share your sources where a bunch of people drove an S300 unit away.

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muntaser7: That was months ago, but if you search the archives you should find the link.

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Arklight, to prevent other people from rightfully throwing accusations at you, logic dictates that when you bring serious and concerning stories like that to back them up with facts and sources so as to strenghten your case
Cordially

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Quentin: The link was posted at the time the story broke, and it was commented upon at that time. So far as I know, anyone who wishes is free to search the archives, but I don’t intend to do it for them, as there is too much going on NOW. If you’re displeased, that’s unfortunate.
Regards,

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Arklight, not displeased one bit, i’m a very chilled person and if you wish to track my short comment record here on SyrPer (Althought i’ve been here for long) you’ll never see that i disrespected, offended or troll accused someone, i do respect everyone

This was just a friendly advice to prevent people from attacking you as some commenters can be a bit edgy
Sincerely yours,

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Arklight and Quentin
What a classy debate you two!! We’re unfortunately not used to that very often here on syrper where foul language and curses are rampant

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Don’t worry Canthama, as i have stated this will be the testing ground for a few others like China, Iran etc, that’s it, Russia is going to stay in Syria as I have stated, on this i am 95% sure. From what I have gathered this Russian invited intervention was a “testing the waters” demonstration to see how the yanks and yankee driven NATO would do, in about 4 weeks or so the Chinese might be also coming but for sure the Iranians are definately coming, america is fked as is the zionists, they don’t know it yet but this… Read more »

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Stingray: I think the Russians are there to stay, since they’ve already been there 70 years anyway. I sincerely hope the Chinese stay home, since they’re really not needed anyway. The broth is about right, and another cook might just wreck it like you would not believe. Just sayin’ – –

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Dear Chevi Syria and it’s allies must definately stay on their toes and and be alert, a bigger war might break out in the coming years

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Hello Chevi 🙂 As you are Syrian, I want to share with you some Poetry, that helped our people to endure through the war.
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=6a0_1366841683
It’s in english, and about germans. But the message to defend you Homeland, Mother and Lover is very strong. This paticule piece of poetry made a great impact during the war. Maybe you have some friends who can translate it in Arabic, and adapt this message to your battle?

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Thanks Rus

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Well, he deftly slips in some of the usual MSM crap.
But the technical side seems ok.

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I can confidently say that SAA and allies caught up with the mistakes they made in the first day of the ground offensive and are now doing very well, I’m overly pleased with the news now
People without military knowledge well, you know the drill

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Let’s hope the momentum doesn’t change and SAA and allies keep the initiative and won’t give rats breathing space to regroup or launch organised counter attacks
You just can’t hate the sight of fleeing rodents being shot at!

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As soon as the SAA can cut the supply of captagon and other drugs off, the mercenaries will lose all bravado. I can only imagine how bad they must smell after a four year meth binge.

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10 Russian Novels to Read Before You Die

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/10/08/10-russian-novels-to-read-before-you-die.html

Mr. Ziad any books left off the list? – sam

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If I started with War and Peace then I don’t think I’d get any further this lifetime!

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I very much enjoyed “A Day in the Life of Ivan” when I was a teenager. He also wrote “August 1914” Both of these books were allowed Russian culture in America.
Good books, subtle propaganda.
Also Ayn Rand, great writer, but mostly a bitter and mean woman. I read it just to see what the fuss was about.
It was not so subtle propaganda.

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idio: Hahahaha! Ayn Rand is about as subtle as a tire iron up side the head. She wrote ‘The Fountainhead’, which is about as straightforward as it gets, then wrote ‘Atlas Shrugged’ because people didn’t ‘get’ ‘Fountainhead’ About her best, though, was ‘Capitalism: the unknown ideal’, with contributions by Alan Greenspan, if you can believe that. She was, though, one of the great intellects of the twentieth century, I have to give her that, Gore Vidal running a close second. I never ceased to be astonished that Ayn was a product of the Soviet education system. Geez! Who would thing… Read more »

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Her real name was Alisa Zinov’yevna Rosenbaum. She was born February 2, 1905 in St. Petersburg, Russia and immigrated to the US in 1926.

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Berl: Thank you

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The Sukhoi Su-25 Can Sing And Dance – Russian Bear

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More Than Russia Bombing Going On In Syria – Morris

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SJH, Morris prattles on ad nauseum about the FSA which does not exist. He did mention that Jordan has withdrawn support for terrorists in Golan. I have not heard of this. Any corroboration of what he alleges is going on there?

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RT EXCLUSIVE: Trail of bodies behind retreating jihadists in Syria (GRAPHIC)

https://www.rt.com/news/318184-captured-syrian-village-atrocities/

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Shock and Awe: Russian Cruise Missile Strike on ISIL Caught US Flat-Footed Fighting farmers and bombing hospitals doesn’t tune one up for a major bout with one of the big boys! Another surprise for the US Pentagram. Reminds me of the surprise the Russians gave the Wehrmacht back in “41” with the T-34. Wonder what else they have up their sleeve? “The effective range of the Russian cruise missiles came as the biggest surprise as the 1,500 kilometers they covered before hitting their targets is at stark variance with their declared range of just 300 kilometers,” the BBC quoted Russian… Read more »

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also the close cooperation between Russia, Iran, Iraq. Iran must have provided telemetry for the missiles. As we have seen in Yemen, Iran are masters in reverse engineering, they have modified the Chinese Silkworm anti-ship missile to be a potent deadly missile.

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They Said it Could Never Happen, but LaRouche Stuck to His Guns, and Now it Has Happened!

If it were not for Putin, we’d all be dead.

https://larouchepac.com/20151008/they-said-it-could-never-happen-larouche-stuck-his-guns-and-now-it-has-happened

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Israeli-American Terror Machine exposed, checkmated and decimated in Syria

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/10/09/israeli-american-terror-machine-exposed-checkmated-and-decimated-in-syria/

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Hi Sam!

Don’t let their cowardly tactics get to you. Hang tough, fight back and stay in there. Warriors never surrender.

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I heard this interview on mainstream radio this morning. http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/sunday/audio/201774138/graeme-wood-what-isis-really-wants

Wood seems to have an accurate viewpoint – but the discussion is significantly incomplete.. You be the judge.

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pm: I think you’re right, the dialogue was gutted. Good call.

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I’m not sure what you mean by the dialogue was gutted. The interview was live, done today and intact. From memory, (I don’t intend to listen to it again),what was missing in the discussion was who/where isis is getting its support (funders, expertise etc) from. Graeme Wood seemed to make the point that there was nothing useful that the US could do by being involved in dealing with isis. The big omission was any discussion of Russia’s role in dealing with isis. Maybe because the basis for the interview was Wood’s Atlantic article – What ISIS Really Wants http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/03/what-isis-really-wants/ ,… Read more »

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Europe Divided Over Assad, But Position Likely Won’t Please Obama

The Russian government insists that President Bashar al-Assad must play a key role in stabilizing Syria. The United States is insisting on his removal. Torn both ways, Europe is grappling for a middle ground.

As European Union ministers gather in Luxembourg over the weekend, a major question is on everyone’s mind: Should Assad stay, or should Assad go? Or, is there perhaps a happy

http://sputniknews.com/europe/20151010/1028299558/Europe-Divided-Over-Assad.html

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WOW Obama gets ANGRY at Steve Kroft for pointing out how Putin is EMBARRASSING him

http://therightscoop.com/wow-obama-gets-angry-at-steve-kroft-for-pointing-out-how-putin-is-embarrassing-him/#ixzz3oB3w1TJz

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better to watch this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GaMf1luwKg
and/or the full interview.

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Lucky for me, ‘The User Has Not Made This video Available In Your Country’. Perhaps the user is Rupert Murdoch, who hates Australia because last time he tried to throw his weight around here, Prime Minister Keating told him to buzz off. But this and sam’s clips seem to come from the usual Obama-haters, who still only see that Benghazi meant the death of an American. For us unexceptional people in the real world, the point of Benghazi was the ambassador funnelling weapons to jihadis bound for Syria, to kill defenceless Syrians. Stephens had it coming big time. I’m glad… Read more »

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BREAKING NEWS****************************BREAKING NEWS***************ACHTUNG

BREAKING: Leaked Benghazi Docs Directly Implicate Barack H. Obama… Spread This Everywhere

http://conservativetribune.com/benghazi-docs-implicate-obama/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=ShareButton&utm_campaign=ESSB

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Says John McCanary who if it wasn`t for the fact that his dad was an admiral would have been executed. The Vietnamese had a no-fly zone of sorts and shot your ass out of the sky.

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deal: If McCain’s daddy hadn’t been an admiral, Johnny Boy would have been court martialed and sent to Portsmouth for that stupid ‘wet start’ stunt that set off ammunition on deck, set fire to his ship and killed – – I don’t recall how many sailors. Dismal piece of shit.

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Here’s the story, by the 1 and only Wayne Madsen.
Also recounts senior’s involvement in the USS Liberty incident.
http://rockcreekfreepress.tumblr.com/post/35321150/navy-releases-mccains-records

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Moon of Alabama for today, worth the read. http://www.moonofalabama.org/

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Nice read Ark–Agree with him–Brennan(head of CIA) gave the Saudis the OK on the 500 TOWS.–now just find where they are entering Syria.

Brennan,do not let his name fool you is a Muslim convert–so the question is who told him to give the order?

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R. Good question. There are a dozen possible answers, any one of which, or none, may be correct. It will come out in the wash, though – – that stuff always does, although it may take a while.

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Night battle at Kafr Nabudah, SAA advancing inside the city once more, southern coner sof the town so far. RuAF supporting with night strikes. Ground forces very confident they will be able to hold this town this time, remember in the 1sr day of northern Hama offensive the town was taken and lost in the same day. This is Al Qaeda major center in this frontline, they will fight to their death, late last night RuAF has hit the jack pot, a very large ammo depot, rumors it containned dozens if not hundreds of TOWs. After the 1st day of… Read more »

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Canthama: Thanks, and fingers crossed – –

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SAA has entered the southern neighborhood of Kafr Nabudah. RusAF is preventing the enemy from counterattacking.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Cool to see all Syrians rising up to the challenge, a female battalion in Darayya, killing terrorists. God bless them all.

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Canthama: I posted a video of the Pistol Packin’ Mamas training with tanks and BMPS, good to see the girls on board. Quite a while ago I posted a fairly long video of YPJ women, who are serious fighters, as I’m sure the Syrian ‘Lionesses’ are.

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Ark, again glorifying the Kurds?

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Blow it out yer ass, feather merchant.

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O, Nameless one: Those YPG women are stone serious rat killers, and I honor them for that – – if you have a problem with that, go fuck yourself.

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DarkLight, you fool!

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SANA: US F16s commit criminal trespass, destruction of public property, and capital murder of power generating station’s staffs. Track down the ratbastards who did this, grab ’em off the street, and turn ’em over the Syrian MI for a lengthy heart-to-heart. Just sayin’ – –

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Oops! here’s the link. Almost forgot: while the RuAF and SAAF were blowing up ammo and fuel dumps and killing rats, USAF was bombing a hospital, killing the doctors, nurses and patients. While RuAF and SAAF were blowing up motor pools and C&C bunkers and killing rats, USAF was bombing power generataing stations stations and murdering Syrian citizens at their work. Roll on, RuAF, Roll on, SAAF, crash and burn, USAF.

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Here is the latest in the lies from the main sleeze media. The Zionist Reuters is claiming that Russia is aiding ISIS in their supposed advance on Aleppo by target the non-existent FSA. This may be a distraction to cover up the US bombing of the power plants near Aleppo.

Such incredible BS! The story was recently posted at Russia Insider:

http://tinyurl.com/o6tlb77

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Berl: They can lie all they want, but the word’s out – – the Americans create criminal trespass, with malice aforethought, destroy public property with malice aforethought, and commit capital murder upon Syrian citizens with malice aforethought.- – how can those ratbastards live with themselves?
How can any decent person, anywhere, stand to be in their presence? I’ve no idea, Berl, can you tell me how?

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@ Berl: Their lies are pure insanity, beyond belief. The mainstream media is an incessant lie machine, a running sewer, an inducement to vomit. Soon only the lowest of IQ types will believe them or pay them any mind. I hope they will soon be caught up in their lies. The best thing that could happen is that in the next false flag event the perpetrators will be caught with their pants down, with strong, undeniable video and witness- backed evidence to show the world that the main stream media is nothing but the Ministry of Propaganda for the elitist… Read more »

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Saladin: The Tsarniev brothers had miles of video and eyewitness accounts showing that not only did neither of them plant the bomb at the finish line, or the second one a mile away, but they’d left the area well before the bomb went off; also that there were at least four groups from different agencies holding ‘drills’ at that location at that time – – and a fat lot of good it did either brother.

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So true Saladin, If the mainstream media wanted to confuse me, all they would have to do is tell the truth. A well remembered lesson for me is February 2003. I went to an anti-war protest with many of my friends. There was well over 100,000 people there. This protest shut down the entire city for many hours, as the organized march cut the city in two for many miles. Later that evening, the msm told the most absurd lies about not only who was there, but how many where there. They claimed 20,000, while showing pictures of pro-war rallies.… Read more »

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Hi Idio. I have memories of being a kid at anti Vietnam war rallies in Washington DC (we called DC “Washington disease”) around 1970. The crowds were gigantic, a half a million or more, taking over the city. Amazing vibes like nothing I have ever experienced, practically. But reading the newspaper accounts you would get a completely skewed impression. It was then i realized that the mainstream media was a megaphone for government and corporate lies. It has only gotten worse. Still, at that time close to 70% of the american people were against the war and soon after it… Read more »

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I live in a military town, so it is difficult for me to gauge how the American population actually feels. This place is dripping with red white and blue flags.
All I know is that when I go to other cities, I feel much less oppression.
However, we must remember that the degeneration of our culture is deliberate.
It appears we can hardly go further down before an extreme rejection of all things mainstream.
Luckily, the music industry has died, now for hollywood, cable tv and business model churches.
After these cancers kill their hosts, there may be a healthy awakening.

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Saladin: I’ve said before, and I’ll say again – – I have no moral, philosophical nor ethical objection to the corrupt being nailed to their own front doors with bayonets.

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This title is a typical Pentagon psy-op: “Russia just handed ISIS a ‘big win’ in Syria’s largest city”
I suspect that they told FSA and al Nusra to back off in this part of Aleppo, so the Turkish/Saudi ISIL can take over. And now the Angloid media can start their propaganda campaign.
They tried to claim that Russia would help ISIL from the beginning. Obama said it. now the regime media say it.

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Hi Ziad
thanks for the link to. And yes I love the video of US drops to ISIS- Despicable isn’t it?

btw: that’s not the first time I’ve seen footage of that type of activity
I had a video posted at the blog, way back, that showed the US dropping supplies to ISIS in the Sinjar mountains..

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Penny: There was also a video of a US supply drop to IS in view of Kobane at the same time the US was supposed to be flying support missions for YPG; at the time, YPG was pretty well settled into ‘Last Stand at the Alamo’ mode, and then some troops on loan from Peshmerga showed up and they all made it through. Good thing, too, ’cause the loss of the Kobane border crossing would have been really bad news.

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The US and Gang did over 7000 sorties and the Terrorists got stronger.
In comes Russia with 70 sorties and the terrorists are on the run, in every direction.

Go Liberation Coalition.

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Haha “Liberation Coalition ”

Nice!

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RT reporter documenting the war crimes of the terrorists in Bahsa. Multiple bodies of civilians left rotting inside and outside their ransacked homes. Retribution is coming to these MF.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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The one i saw was similar.Some of the bodies were decaying and a few had their hands tied.Also the troops were moving forward but according to the reporter slow and very carefully as the next town apparently had quite a few TOWS in place.

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The US government is the jews. The US government IS the terrorists.

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Stein

I had a thought about this fact and came to 3 answers.
1 At the end of the day Russia and Israel should be able to talk and not become ennemies for good
2 Israel can still control the terrorist on the southern front
3 Or for the time being the ressources I mean planes and helicopters on the ground are 100% busy in the North and for political reason it may not be smart to fire cruise missiles that close to israel…..

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1 israel is every civilised country’s enemy they are the root of all problems
2 the terrorists in the south are work for israel
3 the should fire every missile they have and destroy the root of all evil isreal

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Israel is a DECOY.
Do not attack the decoy ever.
Especially since you can destroy Israel without firing 1 bullet. Just make more babies.
Palestinians should move to the United Kingdom instead of these pointless and futile stabbings and rock throwing. This is not going to win your war ever.

Move all Arabs and Palestinians inside Israel, Gaza, West-Bank towards the EU. Do not work 1 day in your life. See my plan down here:

http://www.liveleak.com/c/Andrew_Parker_Mi5

Israel is a pet project from the Rothschild’s, London bankers. Israel is the trailer trash doing the murders, extortions, etc. They are the foot soldiers of the London/Paris bankers.

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Every Palestinian you move to the UK can do 1 million pounds economical damage during his lifetime. Imagine you move 5 million to the UK. They will collapse! Every Palestinian can make 10 children in the UK and bring over 25 family members in time if you play it smart. “A good general not only sees the way to victory; he also knows when victory is impossible.” – Polybius You can NOT defeat Israel with stabbings and rock throwing or rockets. As long as you attack the decoy Israel the plan is working for the London/Paris bankers. Unless you have… Read more »

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If you are going to destroy Israel with thermonuclear weapons then you have to move OUT every Arab and Palestinian anyhow.
So you have NO choice but to move them all the EU.
Imagine the FEAR these Jews/Zionists inside Israel will have when there is no Arab/Palestinian human shield anymore to protect them against thermonuclear holocaust!
Play this game smart!
Move these people away! For their own good.

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Thucydides, I believe you are correct with this analysis. I have noticed how Hezbollah NEVER attacks israel but instead remains fixated on defending the borders of Lebanon against further zionist expansion. I have also noticed that no matter how hard israel strikes the Palestinians they always keep a large amount alive and on their knees. They WANT a large amount alive and on their knees at their mercy as HOSTAGES yes. I believe they are indeed using the Palestinians as human shields against external enemies coupled with a remit to expand and expand. Lets face it over 70 years of… Read more »

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“They have been led here by mewling infants instead of leaders, now they will pay the price!”

– Hamas leadership

Hamas is keeping the Palestinians hostage. While they could become a crowbar to move the earth! Get out of Israel and move towards the EU with end destination UK. Once all the Arabs/Palestinians have left Israel the nuclear bombs will rain in.

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@ DT

I would never ever use thermonuclear weapons against Israel. Not even 1 mega ton if I had 500 mega ton. There are far better targets in the world that deserve the WHOLE 500 mega ton on one spot only!

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so you sugst that palestinias ande arabs should just move to europe get radizalized(in saudi builds moskes) and sit in goverment housingwhating al jazzera while getting more money from the state then a jobless native… well thats what israel have been working for and sucessfully implementing mainly in northern eurppe germany and france ,britain.. it`s a plan to fully destory the national identety of the original ppl ..course tradisionally these areas have offered most resistanse to the extremist jews , and their usery and other crimes.. ppl here are starting to understand who the trublemakers are again ..thanks to the… Read more »

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Nice catch

“””””We can’t be dictated by the Russians as to WHERE the United States of America can fly airplanes. That is disgraceful. That is humiliating,” McCain told reporters on Thursday.””””

AFTER ALL we were not invited.Who do they think they are? What is Russia trying to do-end our conquest?

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For once I agree with the neo-con extremist John McCain. The US should ‘just leave’ Syria, you were never invited in anyway buddy.

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Shin: That’s the only thing he’s said in 40 years that was a sane and responsible utterance. He can go ahead an die, now that he’s shot his was.

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Arklight, What is the matter with McCain’s jaw? it looks like he always got it stuffed with chewing Tobaco.

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Rolf: Rumor has it that he has a tumor of some sort (probably a fatty tumor, if there is one) which, for some reason, he doesn’t choose to have operated on. On the other hand, his hip pocket may well hold a package of Mail Pouch or Red Man.

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http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/10/10/432754/US-policy-Russia-Syria-

US rerouting aircraft to avoid Russian bombers ‘humiliating’: GOP senator

“We can’t be dictated by the Russians as to where the United States of America can fly airplanes. That is disgraceful. That is humiliating,” McCain told reporters on Thursday.

McCain, the Republican chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said that Washington should “just leave” Syria “if all of your [US] actions are dictated by the risk of confrontation with Russia.”