HAMA/IDLIB: RUSSIAN BOMBERS BLOW AWAY TERRORISTS AS SYRIAN ARMY RECLAIMS THE LAND; NEW HOMS OFFENSIVE STARTS

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The Syrian Army, under the cover of both the Syrian and Russian air forces has begun its much-anticipated Homs campaign in the north as part of the “sandwich” operation taking place in Hama.  We will be bringing you details as they come in.

People, you gotta read this sent by Vasili:

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/10/14/cia-moves-wounded-isis-head-to-turkish-hospital-after-iraq-air-attack/

HAMA:  The SAA has liberated Al-Mansoora, Lihaayaa West and East with hundreds of Jaysh Al-Fath rodents killed or wounded.  Hundreds have been seen deserting their positions to try and make it to Idlib.  The SAAF and RuAF have destroyed over 14 pickups with 23mm cannons during the last 24 hours with hundreds of IEDs being dismantled by expert engineers in the SAA.

 

Al-Tanmiya Village:  SAA artillery has destroyed 2 pickups with 23mm cannons with extremely precise rockets.  A truck loaded with Turk-provided ammunition and weapons was also reportedly melted down.

 

Ghaab Area south of Jisr Al-Shughoor:  12 Nusra/Alqaeda and Jaysh Al-Fath hyenas were put to death here as the army increases its assaults with forces coming out of the eastern side of the coastal mountains.

Usaamaa Al-Sirmaani

Muhammad Radhwaan Al-Hassan

Najeeb Hassaan Saleem Al-Shaykh

Muhammad Marwaan Al-Faraj (a/k/a “Al-Deeb”)

Suhayl Saadiq Al-Khutba

‘Abdul-Rahmaan Maqbool

Ibraaheem Latmeen

Ahmad Al-Azraq

Muhammad Abu Hassan Al-Bakri

Muhammed Al-Nijm

‘Abdul-Kareem Al-Ma’arraati

Khaalid Nijm

 

Khaan Shaykhoon at the Jabal Seedi ‘Ali area:  17 rodents were killed belonging to the Jaysh Al-Fath.  All were Chechens and Turks.

 

Al-Tamaani’ah-Sukayk area:  Tens of rodents were either killed or wounded in an ambush by the SAA.  No other details. 

 

Khaan Shaykhoon:  The SAAF has dropped tens of thousands of leaflets to encourage the rodents inside the town to either leave or surrender.  They have been given 48 hours before the assault is expected to start.  This is as of today.

 

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Lt. General ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Ayyoob, Chief of the Syrian General Staff, was ordered by the president to visit Hama to review troops and deliver the president’s message of confidence and pride.   

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HOMS: 

Al-Sama’leel VillageThe SAA ambushed a convoy of rodents here and killed 26 rodents.  Here are the only names which arrived:

‘Abu Anas Al-Sheeshaani (CHECHEN SNAKE DIARRHEA)

‘Ammaar Al-Khudhr (described as the “chief of staff” for this area)

‘Abdullah Barakaat

Zhaahir Sa’adeddeen

Ma`moon Al-Khudhr

 

Al-Hoolaa Area:  7 rats were killed by the PDC in an ambush. No other details.  All were reportedly foreigners belonging to Ahraar Al-Shaam.

 

Talbeesa:  The RuAF is pounding the daylight out of this area now with reports of over 30 rodents killed.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Penny weighs in on euphemisms for murderous terrorists:

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2015/10/the-democratic-forces-of-syria-are-set.html

We have a wonderful team of alternative rapporteurs on our website.  Brandon tells the West what it doesn’t want to hear:

http://www.brandonturbeville.com/2015/10/syrians-stand-with-russia-as-americas.html

But, they are guided by such simplified logic:

http://www.infowars.com/us-refuses-to-receive-pm-medvedevs-delegation-to-coordinate-anti-terrorist-actions-in-syria/

John Esq. sends this nice review of the illustrious exploits of Division 30:

http://www.moonofalabama.org/2015/09/manned-us-helicopters-flying-in-syria.html

Brandon discusses the curious coincidence of Carter’s threats and the Russian uncovering of a terrorist cell:

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/10/u-s-warns-russia-of-reprisal-attacks-russia-foils-attempted-reprisal-attacks.html

Afraa Dagher writes this from Syria about the support we have for Russia’s intervention: (Thanks, Brandon)

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/10/syrians-stand-with-russia-as-americas-moderate-rebels-bomb-civilians.html

Vasili sends this one about a deadly thermobaric missile now in Syria:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3272872/Russia-prepares-rain-hellfire-ISIS-Putin-s-forces-deploy-Blazing-Sun-heavy-flamethrower-missile-launcher-Syria-capable-flattening-eight-city-blocks.html#ixzz3oZhixJsg

Rana Abbood welcomes this Mi-28 Nighthunter to Syria. So do we.


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Chabraque
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Thank you Ziad this sounds like music to my ears !

david
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the russian flame thrower what a weapon? the rebels will desert once they know their fiery fate. no need to descend to hell. hell will be on the surface

Canthama
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All good news around, and more….an offensive in Aleppo about to start tonight or tomorrow, can’t wait for that. Thank you Ziad for the thrilling news.

AriusArmenian
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I was at a lecture by two Armenians from Lebanon that said there are about 50,000 Armenians in Aleppo. We hope that the Syrian Army with Russia air support can relieve the city. I have heard no reports on the condition of Armenians in Aleppo.Let’s hope for the best for all the people of Aleppo until the Syrian Army extermination service completes its work.

Canthama
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Arius, the Armenian community in Aleppo is very large and traditional, Ziad’s son, Leith Fadel, spent some time in this community when he was young in Syria.

david
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russian weapons are light years ahead of anything america has. years of fighting weak defenceless countries combined with total arrogance has decimated their military technologically. in all areas of missile technology and submarines russia at least 15 years ahead. aircraft and helicopters similarly ahead. i see a major war coming. the bankers know it is curtains. hope i am wrong but this planet is very sick

Anonymous
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Hopefully China and Iran will catch up with Russian advance very soon. We need multi-polar balanced world wide security, something arrogant fat ass Yankees are not capable to provide.

Canthama
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Anon, I would say yes, Iran is into this conflict deeply, they have plenty of National Interests on this conflict, not to mention the Iran-Syria self-protection deal. We will only see Iran’s influence growing in ME, 2016 will be interesting year for that. China is a different story, they are helping Syria with credit lines and financing, they are alos selling equipments (recently a lot of Chinese military jeeps were spotted in Lattakia and Al Ghab). China may have taken the decision to keep some navy vessels (subs mostly) in the Med Sea, to safe guard their mercantil fleet and… Read more »
Anonymous
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USA is certainly the best armed nation around. Spending $600,000,000,000 per year, every year for the last several decades has done that. You are correct to a degree, in that USA has focused on tactical advantages and fighting asymmetrical warfare against poorly armed/trained foes, however, USA has something Russia does not: money printing press and nato.

david
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money printing is a disadvantage in the long run. american weapons manufacturing is based on cronyism and making money. russian weapons manufacturing is based on producing the very best weapons as cheaply as possible. NATO is a paper tiger. the countries that are part of it are bankrupt. Russia would blow NATO away in a blink

Arklight
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Russia has four things that the US does not: Heart, Brains, Guts, Balls. Oh, in addition to the best toys any boys ever got to play with.

Hass
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Ark,
beautifully said my friend.

Ha! Take Anon scum.

Erdogan The Turkish Sultan
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Erdogan The Turkish Sultan

I shell crush you Ziad !!!

ErDOGan the Turkish Cunt!!
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ErDOGan the Turkish Cunt!!

The only thing ‘crushed’ is your nuts by this horse:

Anonymous
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perhaps we should call him Erdogan the Turkish Eunuch?

dudleydoright911
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He’s been outed as such.

Here he is doing stand up comedy in his patented falsetto:

Girardus
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You are in no position to touch Ziad and if you are smart you will refrain from making threats toward an Army Veteran!

With that Said I will crush you like the cockroach that you are!

Girardus
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Hi Ziad, Really good information. This is evidence that directly links Obama, Cia and the Turkish RAT Erodagoon! My impression is that Iraq, Syria, Hezbollah, Iran, Russian and all other should just join the Houthies and attack Saudi Arabia and Qatar. I think that will bring this entire crises to an end in one day. I can understand that all are involved (US, Israel, Turkey, Europe etc…) but they are all doing it for the Saudi-Qatari agenda. Most people think it is for Israel. Israeli is just going along for the ride and helping their Wahhabi cousins. The US will… Read more »
CHEVI789
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No Girardus, IT IS ALL FOR ISRAEL, the jews control england, america, australia etc, those zionists want to create a greater israhell, and to do that without themselves getting killed they order their lackeys to die for them, israhell without any america help nor weapons would be finished in a week, sorry but i think you fail to see the big picture here.

Girardus
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Respectfully I disagree with you Chevy. Let me explain if i may. I think Ziad will certainly comment on this subtle debate and I am sure he will understand my point of view since you have not. I am well aware that Israel has a very aggressive expansionist agenda to fulfill it’s desire to create this “Greater Israel” which is nothing more than a cherished aspiration by all ZIONIST. That state of deep sleep and euphoric dreaming was over for Israel in July of 2006. http://www.conflictsforum.org/2006/how-hezbollah-defeated-israel/ http://www.counterpunch.org/2006/10/13/how-hezbollah-defeated-israel-2/ http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/30/AR2008013000559.html This one is very interesting>>> http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/events/2007/2/17islamic-world/2007islamforum_israel-hezb-war.pdf Israeli dominance over the Arab/Muslim world… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Girardus, no offence was taken as everyone has their own opinion and you replied with respect, most of your post is correct in my view but can we agree that they are all doomed?.

Girardus
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Of Course. Always a pleasure and thank you for the kind words.

Best Regards,

Josephani aka. Joseph aka Youssef from Dearborn akd Wahhabi-Salafi Slayer. LOL>

Peace, Blessings and Health to you and your loved ones…

Arklight
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CHEVI: In all of the macro and micro states of geopolitics and military efforts, we lose sight of the fact that the Enemy is Lucifer; He has any number of faces, some lovely and some not, but behind every facet is the same visage – – Lucifer’s. All of the grasping, venal, cruel, picayune and driven people who are bringing this about are his slaves and minions – – those who stand by and do nothing are no better, no less culpable. There are any number of States, groups, individuals, governments, organs of State either ad hoc or official, with… Read more »
Saladin
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@ Girardus. Israel is not “along for the ride”. To think so is naive. The zionist cabal is the brain trust and global engine for the war on Syria and Palestine. You can take that to the bank.

Girardus
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Respectfully I disagree with you Chevy. Let me explain if i may. I think Ziad will certainly comment on this subtle debate and I am sure he will understand my point of view since you have not. I am well aware that Israel has a very aggressive expansionist agenda to fulfill it’s desire to create this “Greater Israel” which is nothing more than a cherished aspiration by all ZIONIST. That state of deep sleep and euphoric dreaming was over for Israel in July of 2006. http://www.conflictsforum.org/2006/how-hezbollah-defeated-israel/ http://www.counterpunch.org/2006/10/13/how-hezbollah-defeated-israel-2/ http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/30/AR2008013000559.html This one is very interesting>>> http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/events/2007/2/17islamic-world/2007islamforum_israel-hezb-war.pdf Israeli dominance over the Arab/Muslim world… Read more »
Saladin
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Girardus: Thanks for your lengthy and thoughtful reply. I agree with much of what you wrote, and cannot answer point for point at this moment about what I do not agree. But I will say that though Israel was defeated convincingly by Hezbollah in the 2006 war, they are by no means vanquished. Not by any stretch of the imagination. And they clearly have not abandoned their dream of greater Israel. Many statements by Netanyahu and other zionists confirm this. In 2006 they realized that they would have to eliminate Hezbollah and its support structure and that is the central… Read more »
Girardus
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Well said Saladin! We will discuss it more at a later time. I do agree there is much to discuss and it is late. Peace, Blessing and Good Health…

Anonymous
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Is this new “Syrian Democratic Force” for or against the Syrian State?

They have Kurds which never fight against the Syrian Army, and an Assyrian Christian Group. So they should be pro Syrian Army. But then they will get weapons from America which means they would be against the Syrian State,

They say we will liberate Raqqa and then the rest of Syria. Which is very vague who they really mean.

Girardus
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If this is true then is stinks worse than kaakaa poopoo! Any alliance that forms and does not have allegiance to Syria and coordinates with the SAA and the Syrian Legally and Recognized government is a proxy terrorist entity. I hope this is all BS. If not than we have another mutation which is most likely sponsor, funded and re-enforced by the enemies of Syria. An Ideal force that we all know is friendly to Syria, is proactive and very effective in killing off Saudi-Qatari (Wahhabi and Salafi) Muslim extremist RATS is Hezbollah. If these rag tag forces we see… Read more »
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“Syrian Democratic Forces” is a new CIA brand incorporating YPG, YPJ, new CIA brand “Syrian Arab Coalition” and others. “Syrian Arab Coalition” appears to be a group called Liwa Thuraww al-Raqqa, which since 2012 has gone through several identities from secular anti-government to al Qaeda and back to secular anti-government with an FSA-type inisgnia. Thuraww al Raqqa has received equipment from the US, and CNN said the air drop was to SAC. Some people believe “SAC/FSA” is a rebrand of ISIS, but it is probably more complex than that. Some Arab “activists” will not co-operate with YPG. Russian Foreign Minister… Read more »
Canthama
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Hi David, thank you for the links, nice read indeed. Check below a different perspective from German Economic News on this matter (original article and the translated by RI), the whole thing seems quite complex at this stage.

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/erdogan-pushing-kurds-and-russians-each-others-arms/ri10501

http://deutsche-wirtschafts-nachrichten.de/2015/10/10/putin-gegen-erdogan-kurden-in-syrien-offen-fuer-allianz-mit-russland/

David George
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Hi Canthama, thanks, just read it, one quote stuck, “The Syrian Kurd leader Salih Muslim said on 1st October in an interview with “al-Monitor” that the Syrian Kurds are interested in an alliance with Russia and Syria. Muslim also said that he himself was ready to fight not just for the Kurds, but with anyone willing to fight against IS.” I think that is what Lavrov was talking about checking groups out. Overall what strikes me is that nothing is being said anywhere about oil. So will check that out.

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Great links, David.
Interesting interview with Mr al-Wafaa. I note he worries about ex-FSA people suffering for being forced to join IS.
I’m working my way thru a box of Kleenex, crying for these cannibals.

Berl Jay Hubbell
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The MSM said the other day that the air drops of weapons was only to anti-Syria “Arabs” and seemed to imply the Kurds were getting shafted by the US omission. The US Imperium always sucks up to the Erdogan or whatever regime is running Turkey. Also, the reports are of a land grab of Syrian territory by Turkey vis a vis their recent bodacious land invasion.

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It is now clear what USA strategy is: They will pressure the newly formed “Democratic Forces” (Sunni militants including Kurds, ex-isil, ex-Nusra, ex-alqaeda) to focus on capturing Raqqa before saa. This will allow USA and Kurds to take credit for “defeating” isil, while effectively taking control of Al-Raqqah, Al-Hasakah provinces. isil will be directed to only focus on attacking saa in the meantime, which may have to do something with why Turkey has ensured a path remains opened. Then ,the media will make it sound like Kurds were the only reason why isil was defeated and that they should be… Read more »
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“Say what you will about Oh’bummer, however, we see a very cunning counter-punch and strategizing by Washington here” ” Kurds are on a major land-grab right now, and they are eyeing every resource rich area such as Raqqah, Hasakah, and perhaps even Deir-er-Zor provinces in Syria, and Mosul in Iraq. They have already secured Kirkuk, which had never been a Kurdish area; however, Kirkuk has some gigantic oil deposits” Indeed Kurds are on a major land grab- This is why I cannot understand the persons who claim to support Syria cheering on the Kurds as they annex Syrian land and… Read more »
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How could they be land grabber if they live there prior to Turks and Arabs and most of that land is in Turkey. So the Americans dropped a few pallets of small arms to preempt the Russian. There are no guarantees the Kurds will do anybody’s bidding, they are motivated to protect their land and with some help they can give secure the northern border to Syria. And that keeps Erdogan up at nights.The Kurds are not new to the game of nations and their beef is with turkey.

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Anon: The Kurds are fighting and killing rats: they, having a close up and personal view of the tender mercies of the assorted rats, understand that IS is an enemy, JN is an enemy, this one is an enemy, that one is an enemy, but THE enemy is the tiny little gang of evil creatures who set all of this in motion. The rest of us would do well to bear that in mind, as does President Putin. The Red Chinese have already stated, publicly, that they will tolerate no ‘New World Order’, and would act alone to destroy it,… Read more »
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The Kurds want to go west, to link up to Afrin, the America want them to go to Raqqah, and turkey want to bomb them, and will if they go west, maybe even with the American blessing.
Can Russia provide air cover if they go west?

Arklight
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Anon: YPG has, reportedly, crossed the river and is investing Jarabulus, apparently with the sensible view that if the border can be sealed, the rats will be trapped inside Syria and and can be exterminated as opportunity presents. The Turks and Americans would love to bomb the shit out of them, but don’t dare; there will never be a no fly or safe zone along the border, the Americans will not supply YPG west of the river, and whatever the Turks send south of the border is, essentially, a waste of money and manpower. RuAF is already engaging every target… Read more »
Anonymous
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The sensible thing would be consolidate defensible land, and set up a heavily mined border, Population transfer for a new progressive secular state. Empower Kurds to have continues presence from Iraq border to north Aleppo. They will be free of turkey black mail and terrorism, with access to market and assistance of fellow Kurds. Then let the knuckle draggers govern themselves. Encourage and arm them if they take their trade to KSA.

Berl Jay Hubbell
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“Penny” I don’t know what your game is with your constant one note campaign of bad mouthing a whole people in a racist way. I don’t trust you or your motives of sewing disunity here. Kurds are one of many minorities in Syria and your tactics are typical of the US/Zio Imperium tactics of divide and conquer. The Imperium deliberately split the Kurds up among several colonialist contrived states following WWI. The US used them against Iraq and may they and Zios believe they can use them against Syria but they have not succeeded and will not succeed. The Kurds… Read more »
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Berl:Penny does a lot of very fine work, it’s just that there is something about the Kurds that trips her trigger. There is no point whatever in rebutting her arguments, so maybe just agree to disagree and let it go at that.

Canthama
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Berl, excellent points you brought to this discussion, much appreciated. Arklight, the point is that when arrogance takes her prime position, then all argument fails. Unfortunately she provoked one useless dispute 2-3 weeks ago sewing disagreement at Syrper including with accusations (showed your true colors blah blah), have no idea why she did that and yet continue to do that here to others frequent Syrpers, this is a place for people that support Syria and want to discuss events and ideas, not start disunity or promote one sided view. Her analysis are shallow/simplisitc on this topic and accept no other… Read more »
David George
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You are assuming that the “land grabbers” will be able to control and profit off the land they grab. The outcome of the fight against ISIS in the east of Syria will be that they will lose control of the oil fields, refineries, smuggling routes, etc. Do you think the Syrian/Russian/Iraqi/Iranian/Hezbollah etc. forces are going to sit back and allow a different bunch of land grabbers to take over? The whole point of what is going on now is that the US, Saudi and Qatar are heading out of this picture. They can drop whatever they can drop, but their… Read more »
the Thylacine
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Amen David.
I commented yesterday saying this.
I’m chuffed to see others reinforcing it.
The Empire of Chaos is all out of wind. They don’t have enough gas in the tank to achieve their rump state of Kurdi-Barfly-PKK warlord-oil baron-ethnic sectarians to be an irritant in the region, while conspiring with the Abomination.
The drive is on. Russia-Syria-HZ-Iran-Iraq will soon be reinforced by CSTO and China and will roll east, to the borders of the sovereign state of Syria [and of Iraq].
Viva national sovereignty! Viva Syria! No pasaran!!

Saladin
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The days when every ethnic group can have its own little Bantustan are over. It’s high time that various ethnicities realize they need to integrate into a multiethnic social order. This includes Kurds, and above all the Zionist Jews, who think they have the right to dominate others, particularly the Palestinians, and deny them rights. The idea is an ancient one and it is really quite simple: Equal rights for all regardless of race, religion, national background, or ethnic flavor of the month. Special rights for none. That is why Syria is/was (and will be) in many regards a cutting… Read more »
FHTEX
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Totally correct DGand Thylacine. The notion of a Kurkish transnational empire is the last gasp of a dying Bilderberger regime. There is little affinity between Syrian and Iraqi Kurds and the small Syrian Kurdish population is not about to take on the SAA and SAAF after the civil war is finished. The Syrian Kurds in particular understand the West is only interested in their oil and will dump them in a New York second if the SAA starts leaning on them. The Iraqi Kurds can only hold their own if American warplanes support them from Turkey, but is Turkey so… Read more »
Lance
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Saladin, Are you arguing for one big Ottoman/Egyptian/Babylonian Empire for the Middle East? Jews, Kurds, Palestinians, and more in one country? That would make for one hell of a parliament. They would probably refuse to speak each other’s languages for starters. Also, I think supporters of Syria or opponents of the Western Empire need to reflect long and hard upon what led to all the troubles of the last few years. I read that the Berbers in Libya had serious anger over the treatment of their language and culture in Libya. If you don’t permit schools to be in the… Read more »
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I met a refugee from Homs in the US and he did not care for the Assad government at all, but did not want to fight. He was not brain-dead, nor a religious fanatic. He just felt that the government was dominated by business and bureaucratic interests in the two cities and didn’t care about the others.

what is he doing in the Western hemisphere especially the USA then?

Lance
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Korybko has a piece on the idea of a race for Raqqa.

http://orientalreview.org/2015/10/14/the-race-for-raqqa-and-americas-geopolitical-revenge-in-syraq-i/

Perhaps the idea is that there would be hostages that would protect the Western flunkies.

For what it is worth, I find it very hard to believe the Syrian/Iranian/Russian side would allow this. Also, not trying to stir up the seemingly hot Kurdish button, but the Kurds haven’t got nearly the bad blood with Damascus as they have with Ankara, or so many argue, including Kroybko.

Canthama
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This is an exellent piece by Edward Lozansky, worth reading it.

What to Do in Syria, Mr Obama?
With friends like Turkey and Saudi Arabia the US does not need enemies in its struggle against ISIS

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/what-do-syria-mr-obama/ri10527

Anonymous
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Why cant SAA have organize something like this, 1000$ gives you good made in China drone to correct fire on rat groups in real time. So simple and effective, saves tons of ammo and few lives too.
Russian journalists are using this amateur drone.

Anonymous
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How simple is this

jo6pacjo6pac
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Yes I agree with Canthama Thanks so Much. These are a must watch for sure and I don’t speak the anything but bad English;)

Canthama
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Canthama

Awesome videos, both of them, incredible war images, I have never seen anything like that. Thank you so much for the post, have subscribed in the youtube channel.

Arklight
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Anon: SAA now has Russian recon drones (maybe armed, too, I don’t know) to replace the SAA drones that very rarely seem to have flown. SAA has that covered, now.

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Arklight
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Good news from Iraq: IAF smokes rats’ convoy, other targets. Allied info center in Baghdad must be doing well, with the Americans shuffled off into a corner.
http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/iraqi-sukhoi-destroys-3-isis-hideouts-convoy-heading-sharqat-mosul/

tommytcg
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Clever that. Leaves the yanks speechless. Iraqi Suk must be.. well.. Iraqi pilots, not that it’s any of the yanks business in the 1st place.

Arklight
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tommy: When Iraq first received the Su 25s from Iran, they were accompanied by Iranian pilots as volunteers, one of whom was killed in action; additionally, there were Syrian pilots (retired military) who volunteered to fly the planes while Iraqi pilots were hustled of to Russia for refresher training in their old aircraft, which have been upgraded. The Iraqi Sus are now flown by well trained and experienced-in-type aviators who don’t owe jack shit to the goddam yankees. A huge, huge, HUGE thank you to Iran, Russia and the Eastern European countries who came across with aircraft and weapons just… Read more »
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Russian sending more figthers ???

R
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So many different articles today and all indirectly relating to the Syrian war .I have the links and will put them here if anyone wishes .I will just summarize some them for now as ZIAD has so many links above today that it will take most of my time :). First NEW YORK TIMES–before anyone complains-is doing a double take—“RUSSIAN SUCCESS IS A WAKE UP CALL FOR THE USA MILITARY–“the increase of the Russian forces are on view for all the world to see and the effectiveness should be of concern for the West” much more- WND- immigrants rioting in… Read more »
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Wish ZAID had an EDIT button———–on the WMD article–there are @1600 in that town and 1600 were not involved in the event—also on another ET article–they remark how filthy the immigrants are–and refuse to use western toilets and just go anywhere -even call relief agency women who are their to care for the ill “Christian Whores” because they are uncovered.
Also authorities suggest women stay home after dark…………..

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R Links Please

R
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THIS IS THE “BIG TIME ONE”October 14, 2015 12:50 pm
Isis Inc: how oil fuels the jihadi terrorists—Jihadis’ oil operation forces even their enemies to trade with them—SUPER READ!!!

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/b8234932-719b-11e5-ad6d-f4ed76f0900a.html#axzz3oeeaWwPG

HERE IS THE NYT LINK ALSO GREAT READ———Russian Military Uses Syria as Proving Ground, and West Takes Notice–The Russian advancements go beyond new weaponry, reflecting an increase in professionalism and readiness

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/15/world/middleeast/russian-military-uses-syria-as-proving-ground-and-west-takes-notice.html?src=me

HOPE THIS HELPS

David George
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Speak of the devil! It may be a wonder howcome ISIS manages to attract high level technical people and so on, being head chopping psychos. But it turns out ISIS is funded by Saudi Aramco. “The fact that the ISIL is financed by Aramco is enough to explain why Saudi Arabia claims to be able to compensate for the decline in Iraqi production: the kingdom would just put its stamp on the stolen barrels to legalize them.” http://www.voltairenet.org/article184382.html I can’t vouch for everything Thierry Meyssan writes, but he is often fairly accurate. And it is pretty obvious this war is… Read more »
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Thats Fricking Awesome news . I like the ‘Hundreds killed or wounded’ lets make it Thousands 🙂

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hanks for the glorious news, Ziad, victory is certain in the present circumstances. The notion of Faghdadi being treated in a US hospital is a scandal worthy of a coup d’etat. I’ve talked to many soldiers as I live near a VA hospital and they are to a man aware of the duplicity of the State from their tours of duty. News like this is eroding the legitimacy of US foreign policy to such a degree that the next military intervention will be their last. The great Satan only has so many tricks in his book of black magic spells.… Read more »
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Wahhabis fresh from Syria interrogated in front of their families in Chechnya.

Maria Engström
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Are you sure they have been in Syria? Title of video suggest that they had “only” spoken in support of ISIS (bad enough though).

Thucydides
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Greeting from the crocodile. Gena.

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Go Ramzan, a true Muslim!

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US won’t cooperate with Russia; afraid of losing credibility snort, snicker – – giggle – – oh, hahahahahahahaha – – how can you lose what you ain’t got? Hahahahahahahaha – – there’s not enough time before Hell freezes over to get any of it back – – hahahahahahahaha – – oh, gasp, wheeze – –
http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940723000248

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Daeshbags NusRats anti tank attack failed, very disappointed when tank crew backs away from a firing position.
Next time weld some more slat armor on the hull.

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Ziad- thank you so much for highlighting the “democratic forces of Syria” NOT! What a bunch of turncoats and killers- Led by the Kurds no less. And the 50 ton number being bandied about (for weapons dropped) is not even the half of it There is supposed to be either 120 tons in total or another 120 tons going straight to the “kurds of Rojova” so called. It’s interesting that Barzani is under fire. He may even be getting colour revolutioned- He would have to go if the Kurds are to have their Kurdistan carved out of the three states.… Read more »
Thucydides
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The war in Syria is over for the London/Paris bankers.
All those that chose the side of the bankers will have to flee out of Syria. It is just a matter of time.

“To those that flee comes neither power nor glory.”

– Homer

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Nobilitatis
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Penny, as always, misinformed and overcritical against Kurds. 1) The US did not “vet” the now supported groups. There is no FSA, only groups using that name. 2) There are 4 YPGs known and they are definitely Syrian. 3) The now mentioned YPG was the one from Hasaka which is the biggest. There are several groups that joined the YPG, Christian groups (the biggest one is Sutoro) and Arabs from the province. This YPG is also cooperating with the SAA, which was reported to be decimated after the IS attacks. In contrast the “Liwa Thuwar al Raqqa” is an former… Read more »
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Nobilitatis: Thank for the objective reportage.The Kobani group has ‘adopted’ some FSA who are fighting ISIS, so I’m not sure how that makes those Kurds hot to overthrow Assad, but that wasn’t my story anyway.

What’s your take on the jam Barfly is in? With the US and CIA being marginalized, I’m thinking that he’s backed the wrong horse, and may have fallen into the soup. Just a guess.

Anyway, thanks for the post. That was a good one.

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Arklight: Still ignoring the facts? And you are here supporting Syria and it’s territorial integrity? How is that?
Check the links- Goodness knows there are enough of them all reporting on the US weapons drops to the Kurds and the formation of the “Democratic Syrian Forces” match that up with the US agenda to overthrow Assad and the equation looks like this

120 tons of US Arms + Kurdish led “democratic Syrian Forces + US/Israel plan to overthrow Assad = Kurdish collusion in the destruction of Syria

Keep cheering the NATO backed Kurdish militias on- whichever brand they name themselves?

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Penny: You and I will NEVER agree on the Kurds, so lets just drop the subject between us. I like a lot of your other work, laying the Kurdish material to the side. If this solution doesn’t work for you, well, you’re got plenty of readers anyway, and wouldn’t miss me at all.

Regards,
Arklight

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Penny, with all due respect, let it go with Arklight, i have some thoughts that me and him do not agree on, we both know our stance on the Kurds and we let it be, as he has said, just leave it alone with him, not taking sides here but we need to respect other peoples opinions as well as yours.

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Arklight, Barzani is going down, he is losing support on arab areas east of Iraq, by the Iranian border, AL Sulaimaniyah, few unrests happened during the past week. Some Kurdish population has also started to complain his family dictatorship, corruption has skyrocket under his government and ordinary people may have taken their max on this matter. Having said that he won’t go down without a fight. Barzani controls a strong secret service and army, the whole check mate will be in the northern battle field, ISF and militas are moving up the Tigris, watch for the battle for Hawija, this… Read more »
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You have good info Nobilitatus, more detailed than mine below. Read your links yesterday.

Canthama
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Nob, thank you for bringing critical aspects of this subject to this very complex subject. Any simplistic analysis tend to lose sight on much deeper roots among all the people in that region. Much appreciated.

David George
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I recall watching CNN when Kobane was attacked (I did watch at that time, no more), and they had a reporter with a camera showing ISIS heading toward Kobane. It was several days before an American plane showed up, and I think it was only because CNN’s reporter kept saying, “Here is ISIS if you want to bomb them, but nobody is.” So eventually the Americans started bombing and eventually just destroyed the place so it was uninhabitable (I wonder what it is like now). And when the Kurds begged for help, the Turks allowed Peshmerga from Iraq, Barzani’s troops,… Read more »
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David, excellent info. Have seen lately some indications that the YPG may not be totally united in this DFS thing, SAA/NDF/YPG continues to work together in Hasaka, recently cleared Mount Abulaziz from ISIS and some southern villages close to Hasaka city. I do have my doubts on any advance toward Raqqa, it just does not make sense for YPG to go that south and to fight the strongest ISIS stronghold, as if it was vital for them which is not, this looks a useless suicidal approach with a fighters death rate that any group would accept. A more logic approach… Read more »
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Penny,
I share your aversion to the Kurd plotters.
As to links, I post ’em here all the time, as plain text. Something to try?

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MI28 is that not the latests combat helicopter? and those thermobarics are lovely,even sent in there only biggest air craft carier of the syrian coast which means more bad news to the western supported pigs:) “Turkish Prime Minister ‪#‎Davutoğlu‬: “There’s not a 180 degree difference between our ‪#‎Islam‬ and ‪#‎ISIS‬’, there’s a 360 degree difference.” He doesn’t realize that 360 degrees puts you back right where you started…..what’s sad is that he’s a doctor. ‪#‎Syria24‬…” He said the truth ‘technically’ that there is no difference butween Turky govt and IS. “On October 7, four missile ships of the Russian Navy’s… Read more »
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When Putin decided to assist Syria against continuing attacks by ISIS, a bold checkmate was quickly obtained against a 1300 year old Blood Feud revenge that the *RKM has been waging against the non-Khazarian Russian People.

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Thucydides
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I read some parts of your link.
Too many delusions!
Keep it simple.
Why make it so confusing? That can only mean “disinformation”. It is not that complicated.

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Made sense to me. Maybe the et bit was over your head. Open http://www.theyfly.com to get better grounded on et contact. This contact is well explained in the Pleiadian Mission by Randolph Winters. However, according to that info the bad et guys/Tall Greys left a few deacdes ago..

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i like veterans today. but the alien shit is laughable

tommytcg
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http://www.theyfly.com and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z16B3IP1Bbg..This of the decades long investigation by 6 US experts including a Rtd. USAF Intel Col. ..that failed to debunk Meier’s 70+ years et contact

Trusted nasa, seti and Govts we are alone claptrap did you, dave? No.. I’m not a nutter of the meds.. just a Rtd. Airline Training Captain with multiple IFO sightings, We even carried Govt. UFO report forms in our Nav Boxes in 1972!

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I’m amazed Cranky Frank and Dides, famous VT exiles, refer to it at all! LOL
* * *
tommy, I’m an alien-agnostic, but ‘Airl’ the female pilot of the Roswell craft left a great transcript via her nurse. It’s called ‘Alien interview’ alieninterview.org/blog/
Her account explains a hell lot more than ‘Darwin’.
Keep an open mind, but evidence…?

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Syrian Army Annihilates Terrorist Group in Hasaka

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940723000441

Cannot find a single one of the locations named, on either Google Maps or Wikimapia.

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Is this a major escalation? Word has it, that the Saudi intelligence (That’s an oxymoron, Saudi and intelligence hehe) has spies and assassins implanted in the SAA, Some of these bastards were responsible in killing 3 Iranian officers in and around Aleppo in the last couple of weeks. Again word has it that yesterday a Saudi F-16 was shot down in Yemen. Yemenis resistance were not known to have Anti aircraft missiles, but now they do. Is this revenge? Does this mean that more Saudi jets will be shot down? And if so, does that mean an escalation to where… Read more »
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these deaths coming at this moement did look extremely fishy.
And 2 version of the death of Soliemani’s right-hand man, first accident then he was killed by IS.

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http://www.politico.com/story/2015/10/syria-obama-putin-russia-discord-214677#ixzz3oZI8beIQ Rift in Obama administration over Putin In senior meetings, some of Obama’s top national security officials have pressed for a bolder response to Putin’s muscle-flexing in Syria. They include Kerry, who has argued for establishing a no-fly zone in Syria, an option Obama recently suggested is ‘half-baked.’ A former Cold War nuclear deterrence expert, Defense Secretary Ash Carter has fretted that the U.S. isn’t standing up firmly to Putin’s provocations. And CIA Director John Brennan has complained that Putin is bombing Syrian rebel fighters covertly backed by his agency with seeming impunity. ‘The optics are that we’re backing off,’… Read more »
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1: Obama may be a musical person (Loony Tunes), but that doesn’t mean that all of his brain cells have run down his leg, nor does he stupidly mistake forebearence for weakness. The US ain’t got nuthin’, and he knows it, along with the entire middle east and north Africa. His advisers and ‘experts’ have gotten caught with their asses out their underwear, and are producing mega decibels of sheer noise, hoping to not only cover up their stupidity, but hoping to get Obama to do something really stupid in order to save their own ‘reputations’, not that they have… Read more »
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It seems that when the neocons backed Obama into a corner with the chemical weapons “red line”, he basically called their bluff, and nothing happened. It wasn’t that he chickened out; he wasn’t about to take the sole blame for “going into Syria” (at least in the open). Jimmy Carter got the blame when his advisors convinced him to take in the Shah of Iran; he knew the Iranian students would occupy the embassy, but he let them talk him into it. Come to think of it, his “advisors” would be Brzezinski, the Rockefeller plant keeping an eye on Carter.… Read more »
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He did not call their bluff. The usual suspects fouled up big time by not getting the vote through the commons. If they had done Syria would now be under new management. The consequences of the vote loss are history responsible it how you will.

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Re-spin not responsible – sorry auto correct is a bugger

David George
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You mean the House of Commons? (I was not in contact at the time, so I am not completely familiar with it, but I had the impression the US politicians backed off.)

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With his actions in Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria, as well as his close association with war hawks Nuland, Powers, Rice and Clinton, Obama has never shied away from killing under false pretenses.I have heard rumors that members of the general staff were reluctant to bomb Syria without Congressional authorization, which Obama sought at the last minute. But, there has never been outright confirmation that this was the case. However, you must remember that the military oath is to the Constitution, not the President.

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The only bluff they are calling are Russian/Chinese thermonuclear weapons.
They will find out there is no bluff behind those warnings.

There shall be thermonuclear war this century. London will be destroyed by 500 mega ton thermonuclear power. There the hammer fall will hit hardest.

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good story for a video game

Stein Atle Bauge
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I hope you don’t count Nuland, her husband etc. as ‘experts’ after their bungling in Ukraine..

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The slowest of this baying Outhouse clique has to be Skull-and-Bones Kerry, who had it explained to him by General Dempsey in 2013, how many billions a month (roughly one) and how many sorties and how many Syrian airfields and how many bombing raids a no-fly would cost. Also, how many planes and pilots would be lost.
It didn’t penetrate then and still hasn’t.
As to Nuland, Rice, Rhodes, Power, Feltman, etc, should one American hero be shot down, none of these ass-wipes will be impeached by the Repub savages. O’Bomber will be.

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Is the Ashton Carter threatening Russia with his own terrorists of ISIL and al Nusra? http://www.politico.eu/article/carter-u-s-will-take-all-necessary-steps-to-counter-russia/ Carter: U.S. will take ‘all necessary steps’ to counter Russia Carter, who began his government career as an expert in nuclear deterrence during the Cold War, has PRIVATELY FRETTED THAT THE U.S. ISN’T STANDING UP FIRMLY ENOUGH TO RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin’s provocations, according to knowledgeable officials. In Syria, Russia’s airstrikes that started this month are TARGETING THE WRONG GROUPS, Carter said, and Russian forces have shown ‘increasingly unprofessional behavior,’ including violating Turkish airspace; firing cruise missiles from a ship in the Caspian Sea… Read more »
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Ash Carter growing up and all thru his early years was considered a genius- Carter then became a Rhodes Scholar, and studied at the University of Oxford, from which he received his doctorate in Theoretical Physics in 1979(HE GRADUATED -Clinton did not)-so many kudos it is incredible-AT ANY RATE-the man is considered a genius..

Just goes to show you–according to the above post-becoming a genius can result in a long time ailment-(Aligning with Assad militarily ‘WILL HAVE CONSEQUENCES FOR RUSSIA ITSELF, WHICH IS RIGHTFULLY FEARFUL OF ATTACK UPON RUSSIA)
-becoming a PAROTT

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@R — Carter is a loon. The Rhodes Scholarship was a British imperial scheme to plant warmongers and white race hegemonists all over. It worked. My recently-deposed fuckwit PM Tony Abbot was a Rhodes Scholar — and a knuckle-dragging trog! from Tarpley — ‘Russian FSB agents today arrested six Russian citizens at a Moscow apartment who were apparently planning to detonate an explosive device in similar strength to that used in the Ankara bombings. The explosion was to be carried out on Moscow public transportation. Up to a dozen people had been actively visiting the apartment and had been previously… Read more »
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But the “realist” program sounds like an American-run false nation-building exercise with no outcome in sight for decades. I mean false thinking, false speech, false witness, just like the neocons. The US should not be given the slightest hint that it has any role to play in Syria. It should have no place at any table, no voice, no nothing except raising the money for the rebuilding of Syria which it can then turn over to Assad. Rightfully the criminals of the Obama administration should be begging for their lives like the criminals of the Bush administration. And before that,… Read more »
Arklight
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David: No US military or CIA should leave Syria alive, in my opinion, no matter if they’re on foot, in aircraft, or floating on a cloud of pixie dust.

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The so-called new “Syrian Democratic Forces” that the U.S. is arming has posted their new logo and IT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE GOLAN HEIGHTS!!!!!

See more:

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha

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Oops that’s not going to win them enough friends. Wonder which Langley halfwit was delegated that simple task? Maybe used Google maps as a reference?

demo-crazy
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nice work detective.
now we just have to bring em’ in.

Thucydides
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EU is going to SPEEDILY add Turkey to EU territory in an attempt to solve Syrian refugees crisis! Bunch of liars! I told you all before. What was the goal of civil war in Syria for the EU? Recipe Yugoslavia! They want to expand the EU to Israel. See my foresight was once more right! ************************************************************************************ ************************************************************************************ Thucydides says: June 11th, 2015 at 3:00 PM [Level 10 – Cesar] The London and Paris bankers want a fast deal. They do not want a 100 years war. The EU wants to move its border and zone of influence all the way… Read more »
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Please shut up your Hasbara deception.

Thucydides
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They promised Turkey a part of Syria in exchange for its ISIS support the last 5 years. Maybe they offered Turkey full stooges control of Syria. Now these promises have been BLOCKED by Russia/China/Iran.

So what do they give Turkey? EU membership. It is probably this simple. They want to expand the EU to Israel. Israel is probably costing the USA and London bankers (Rothschild’s) to much money since everything has to be flown in and flown out with airplanes. So they need a road connection for Israeli trucks towards Europe.

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That’s beyond ridiculous. Turkey will not be taken into the EU. Numerous EU governments have already said so numerous times. Of course if Turkey ceased to exist – was balkanised – each morsel could be incorporated on a which is most useful basis. By keeping them out EU gets access to millions of slaves with no rights.

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Check the news. The deal was made last night. Next is the Kurds! They want Syria to get WEAKER out of this war. Not stronger. All those refugees will send billions of euros towards Syria the coming decades. So if they do not act Syria will get stronger out of this war. So they have to take a part of Syria. So the EU border has TO MOVE to Kurdistan (Syria). Then later on they will corrupt the Kurdish leaders and they will claim they want to join the EU! They tried it with guns last 5 years. They failed.… Read more »
Thucydides
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By hooker, by crook. Syria has to lose territory in this war. Syria has to get weaker. Their current plan is to CREATE a Kurdish part in Syria and then add it to the EU asap. I warned you! Attack the strategy of the enemy! Once Merkel said the refugees are all welcome I figured out these refugees were not a problem to the EU. So they want to expand the EU to Israel. Why else would they allow all these refugees inside the EU so easily? Because in 5, 10 or 20 years the countries they come from will… Read more »
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Tribute to the heroes of Hama- “Hama, oh land of lions”

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huge explosions and fires heard near tonight tartus anyone got any news?

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What Happens When You Attach A GoPro Cam To A Russian Warplane

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-15/what-happens-when-you-attach-gopro-cam-russian-warplane

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Russia Now Has A Mid-East Airbase: Here Is How Far Its Aircraft Can Reach

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-15/russia-now-has-mid-east-airbase-here-how-far-its-aircraft-can-reach

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‘Moderate Rebels’ Are Planning Suicide Attacks on Russians in Syria After more than a week of Russian aerial attacks, Syrian rebels plan to hit back with double agents and suicide bombers. “First, we will endure the violent aerial bombardment, then move to weaken Russia by all means available, such as recruiting agents in the ranks of the regime to provide us with the movements of the Russians and the regime,” Capt. Rashid al-Hourani, from the rebel Homs Liberation Movement, told The Daily Beast by telephone. The Homs Liberation Movement—a division of the U.S.-backed Free Syrian Army—seems ready to use tactics… Read more »
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Russia steps up Syria air campaign: Jets raise daily action to 88 strikes

Russia continues to intensify its strike campaign against Islamic State in Syria, as the total number of bombings has risen to 88 per the last 24 hours.

http://rinf.com/alt-news/multimedia/video-russia-steps-up-syria-air-campaign-jets-raise-daily-action-to-88-strikes/

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● A propos this ISIL oil empire. Why Syria didn’t bomb them? Should be easy. Maybe because of the threats from USA and the Gang of hitting Syrian power plants and gas pipelines in retaliation for destroying the means of survival of the US terrorists? Just recently USA bombarded a power plant in Aleppo. Even Putin asked “why”. ● USA bombed Syrian infrastructure numerous of times. They always claimed later that it was the rebels/ISIL that did it. That’s how they build the legend of ISIL and cover up their terrorist actions. ● The Russian bombardments are vital not just… Read more »
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Putin seems to have asked why because he had info –supposedly it was a provocation.

Morgoth
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Friend of mine mailed me this, thought i would share 🙂 made me some good laugh today

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtQZwXOb3_Q

I bet those angry wahhabis are common scene around Syria now (along with dead ones), their plans are in ruins … It’s really nice, every new day brings more and more liberated villages and towns, in both Syria and Iraq. The end is nigh for rats.

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haha, Southern Yemen wants the so called wahhabi coalition to leave or else!!
http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/dispute-between-southern-movement-and-uae-forces-1236741953?

Anonymous
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Video to make Viral… for Ziad..

Jihadi guy explodes over Russian airstrikes

Penny
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Nobilitis: I am quoting from a whole diversity of articles – so save your useless personal slander- Ad hominem attacks have no place in real honest discussion “1) The US did not “vet” the now supported groups” Well that’s your claim- back it up! Because we’ve all read the multitude of stories about the CIA rebels being attacked by ‘bad Russia’ 6)There are 4 (four!) countries with sizable Kurdish regions. Which one did you forget? Actually there is one country with a sizable “Kurdish” population and none of the countries have a Kurdish region save for Iraq, but, nice disinfo… Read more »
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Penny, you are riding off in several directions at once. Why not pick a direction and study it? The US turned on a dime and dropped supplies to “Syrian Arab Coalition”, did they have time to vet them, were they vetted a long time ago, was this a phone call from Erdogan, or what? Regardless, has RuAF or SAAF bombed them? I don’t believe so. Whatever your point is about Kurdland is obscure. Finally, has the HDP been caught bombing anyone? Whatever you may think he implies, what Nobilitatus said is accurate; the HDP is a peaceful political party, whatever… Read more »
Lance
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Don’t know if the HDP is peaceful or not, but they seem practically passive when compared to the AKP. For that matter, a large degree of the trouble in Syria doesn’t come from Israel, it comes from the degeneration and fear of the Saudis and the serious ambitions of the Turks. The Kurds seem to be the most fragmented group on earth, so taking some Western news item as proving that the Kurds are X or Y seems strange. Half the Western news is lies and there are probably four or five or ten Kurdish positions on the topic anyway.… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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Penny, your accusations are ridiculous. I wrote that you have a bias against Kurds. That is obvious from your writings and no “ad hominem”. 1) Nobody can prove that something did not happen. But you mix up the CIA backed rebels – not democrats – and the now supported rebel/ Christian/ Kurd groups. Russia did not bomb these. 6) You avoid answering the question. Of course all 4 countries have regions populated by Kurds and this is what is called a region, not necessarily an entity like in Iraq. No idea which country you mean now and which country you… Read more »
charles drake
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charles drake
hey penny how come i mention chatham house,brookings institute clean break,oded yinon and the dreaded talmud and i get kicked off moon and alabama as a hasbara troll. moon alabama what is it the zionists do not seem to get erased and as for erdogan he is a live organ dealer a donmeh jew destroying his own country like the donmeh jews in the house of saud. and as you know many branches of the kurd are tel aviv assets. everyone scrambles and reacts nobody looks at the bigger picture plan. the rabbi keeping the goy mice distracted busy running… Read more »
the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

Great links, David.
Interesting interview with Mr al-Wafaa. I note he worries about ex-FSA people suffering for being forced to join IS.
I’m working my way thru a box of Kleenex, crying for these cannibals.

David George
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David George
I have no sympathy for people who start fights, but also I’m sure there are people in places like Raqqa or Mosul, or anywhere that gets taken over by psychos, who are caught between a rock and hard place. It would be good if justice could be done, but there doesn’t seem to be any justice in war, the people who instigate it often seem to get away with it. I hope the western criminals don’t get away with it this time, and I hope no murderers get away with it either. It is sad about the victims though, in… Read more »
Thucydides
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Thucydides

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

– Thucydides

The weak have to suffer.
The strong have to fight and die.
If you want to live then you will suffer. Cowards suffer, and the weak that have no choice. These are the only flavors on this planet. Maybe somewhere in the universe (cosmos) there are planets with more options (flavors). But on earth it is only 2, fight or surrender (suffer).

David George
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David George

What is strength?

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine
@ ‘Dides, People who must choose one of two bad options, are not free. For them, there is no peace. But in this dispensation, those are not the only choices. They may choose peace, in the appreciation and gratitude for the gift of life. That path requires only understanding, and clarity. In this era, it has been predicted, those who seek peace will have peace, and those who seek war will have war. This planet is cursed, but it is also the abode of the free. On this rock, the great struggle of good and evil is playing out before… Read more »
Stein Atle Bauge
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Interesting to see if the Saudis actually send AA missiles to Syria –and if the Russians have effective countermeasures.
Flying low with older choppers will not do then.
Otherwise it may just make the Russian operation more difficult, and much more expensive if they are forced to deploy more planes, the best they have, more expensive missiles, stand-off attacks, more cruise missiles.

Edward
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I believe the thermobaric missile system which can flatten/burn EIGHT city blocks that Russia is deploying will solve any AA missiles that anyone sends to ISIS. This will be a lot cheaper attack than expensive cruise missiles and high tech planes. Since a lot of the areas where ISIS is in is destroyed anyway, why not burn everything to the ground, eliminate all of the problems and rebuild on a clean slate!? I think after getting a good taste of this weapon, the goons might wise up enough to get out while they can. Of course, there are some people… Read more »
Arklight
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Interview with Jonathan Pie, who brought you ‘the F***ing News on Youtube, with links to the clip. Hilarious, great relief for a crappy day of MSM.
https://www.rt.com/op-edge/318769-uk-comedy-jonathan-pie/

Arklight
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Arklight

Press TV article on CIA assassination program; hardly news, but may be of interest to some.
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2015/10/16/433613/US-global-assassination-campaign-civilians

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Once the Americans have been defeated they can expect the same treatment. And there is nothing for them to nag about then.
Just dumbasses.

Arklight
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Russia/Kazakhstan oil deal – – hilarious, considering how many billions of dollars Haliburton and KBR sunk in exploration of the Caspian Basin.
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2015/10/15/433592/Russia-Kazakhstan-ink-Caspian-oil-deal

Iraqi News: Reports on a very good reason for SAA to liberate Syria’s oil fields.
http://www.iraqinews.com/business-iraqi-dinar/isis-gets-1-53-million-per-day-crude-oil-sales-syria/

David George
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David George

And it is possible they get it by way of Saudi Aramco.

http://www.voltairenet.org/article184382.html

Arklight
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With volunteers to various loyalists militias, from all over including the US, UK, Germany – – all over – – the world is taking up arms on behalf of the Syrian Arab Republic. On to Victory!
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/over-1500-iraqi-and-pakistani-shia-join-hezbollah-and-the-syrian-army-for-massive-aleppo-offensive/

First pictures from SAA offensive in Northern Homs: http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/first-pictures-from-the-syrian-armys-advance-in-northern-homs/

Girardus
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Respectfully I disagree with you Chevy. Let me explain if i may. I think Ziad will certainly comment on this subtle debate and I am sure he will understand my point of view since you have not. I am well aware that Israel has a very aggressive expansionist agenda to fulfill it’s desire to create this “Greater Israel” which is nothing more than a cherished aspiration by all ZIONIST. That state of deep sleep and euphoric dreaming was over for Israel in July of 2006. http://www.conflictsforum.org/2006/how-hezbollah-defeated-israel/ http://www.counterpunch.org/2006/10/13/how-hezbollah-defeated-israel-2/ http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/30/AR2008013000559.html This one is very interesting>>> http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/events/2007/2/17islamic-world/2007islamforum_israel-hezb-war.pdf Israeli dominance over the Arab/Muslim world… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Double post Girardus?, replied to the one above.

Girardus
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Sorry Chevy, Computer slow… I re-posted it because sometime it take a while to post and can’t tell if it went through.

idioacracy
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Girardus, that brookings pdf was gatekeeper crap.
Let me explain;
If information that was meant to be secret escapes,
the liars must do damage control.
In effect, if truth is known, it must be spun into a web of lies.
Also, whenever a plan fails,
the violent must justify their action with neo-progressive lies to keep the kind hearted in a state of kindheartedness towards them.
Simply, they mix known truth with lies too keep us stupid and unaware.

idioacracy
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The conflitsfourm post, however seems quite accurate. even if seen thru the eyes of military analysts of the west.

Thucydides
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“””I am well aware that Israel has a very aggressive expansionist agenda to fulfill it’s desire to create this “Greater Israel” which is nothing more than a cherished aspiration by all ZIONIST. That state of deep sleep and euphoric dreaming was over for Israel in July of 2006.””” DECEPTION! They do not even have the MEN to defend Israel. Army recruits Israel dropped 50% last 10 years. The Israeli’s are dying out. I bet there are already more Arabs/Palestinians inside Israel then Jews. Jews with only Israeli passport. Those Zionists have refused any independent HEAD counting of the number of… Read more »
Ivan
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As for the Arab Spring, I readily concur with you. For all the fevered talk of Israelis directing everything, the fact of the matter is the man in the Tel Aviv streets did not welcome it at all, since usually all attempts at reform stall and those thwarted will in the end blame the Jews for it. Both Gaddafi and Mubarak were devils they knew. If anything, they would be mortally afraid of a Muslim Brotherhood takeover in Egypt.

Girardus
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Over 1,500 Iraqi and Pakistani Shia Join Hezbollah and the Syrian Army for Massive Aleppo Offensive

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Hezbollah, and the National Defense Forces (NDF) have received a huge boost in military personnel recently, as over 1,500 Iraqi and Pakistani Shi’i fighters have made the journey from rural Latakia to the Aleppo Governorate’s southern countryside in order to participate in the long-awaited offensive against both the Islamist rebels and the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS).

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/over-1500-iraqi-and-pakistani-shia-join-hezbollah-and-the-syrian-army-for-massive-aleppo-offensive/

Berl Jay Hubbell
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“Vasili sends this one about a deadly thermobaric missile now in Syria”
Read more at https://syrianperspective.com/2015/10/hamaidlib-russian-bombers-blow-away-terrorists-as-syrian-army-reclaims-the-land-new-homs-offensive-starts.html#s2kLb0yZXUmOKxBy.99

I would not want to be a tunnel rat at this point. These thermobaric war weapons will be a total game changer where ever terrorists are languishing in their bunkers. Look for immense gains in Damascus and Aleppo in particular if they can site the TOSS 1-A. The war will be effectively over within a month in urban western Syria. The US airdrops of weapons won’t help them in these environments. The eastern terrain will require a different strategy and different weaponry.

idioacracy
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Yes sir, those mercenaries where laughing it up when the SAA was trying to drop oil drums full of gunpowder lit with a fuse on their heads.
Things have changed.
Laughing now, imps?

idioacracy
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I remember watching video of those helicopters dropping those barrels and thinking “awesome”.
Really though, you have to have some type of resolve to use every tool at your disposal to do what needs to be done.
Bravo SAA.
With the right tool, no job is impossible.

Arklight
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Arklight

Kosovo hacker stoll 100,000 ISs from and Arizona retailer, arrested, brought to US for trial. I have no philosophical, moral nor ethical objection to slitting his eyelids and staking him out in the Arizona desert for – – well, until his noises become tiring, then a bullet in the ear. Just sayin; – –
https://www.rt.com/news/318825-terrorist-hacker-kosovo-arrested/

michelvandijk
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michelvandijk

RT shouldn’t give any attention to this story IMO because this just serves the impression that the US and ISIL are enemies while in actuality the first has created the latter.

Arklight
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Arklight

michel: anyone who cares already knows that IS and US are asshole buddies, so nothing really to worry about.

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