THE U.S. CHANGES DIRECTION IN SYRIA; ALEPPO IS ASSAD’S CITY! ARMY PUNISHING SAUDI TERRORISTS IN DER’AH; RATS CRINGE IN IDLIB AS AIR FORCE SLASHES SUPPLY LINES

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The strategy is working extremely well.  The United States, one of the world’s biggest terrorism supporters, has given up on the Syrian and foreign terrorists coming out of Turkey.  They have proven to be too high-maintenance as the world starts to uncover Washington’s immense hypocrisy – it’s complicity in the genocidal war against the Syrian people.  The U.S. is now, once again, in the business of state-building.  This time, it’s not in Afghanistan, but, in Kurdistan, where the U.S. hopes to block the Iranian gas pipeline by installing a Kurd puppet regime on Syrian and Iraqi soil.

Obama is a liar.  Nobody can rebut this any longer no matter how much his defenders can protest that he’s mostly kept the U.S. out of new wars.  Oh, no.  My friends, his legacy is not going to be Obamacare – it’s going to be a new war!  And this time, in Syria,  where his Kurdish allies are going to face the full wrath of the Syrian Army as soon as we are done with the terrorism Obama created through his factotums in both the State Department and the CIA.  This army, which has withstood the fury of NATO, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Zionism, will be more than pleased to prosecute its mastered tactics against the Kurd Fifth Column with a vengeance only one notch below that which is reserved for the Zionist Settler State and its ghetto rats.

The Americans are preparing a new airbase at Rumaylaan.  This rural area hosted a runway for crop dusting propeller-type airplanes.  How it will be expanded will depend on how far Obama wants to sink in this new quagmire of his.

 

So far, all we know is that the Kurds of the YPG have confirmed American Special Operations units are on the scene to prepare the base for some forthcoming abomination.  It may be, that the Americans have only ensconced themselves in the area in order to protect the Kurds from Erdoghan who doesn’t like this whole operation one bit.  Erdoghan is terrified that Washington may now be on board with the Kurds in trying to establish a state for them across northern Syria and Iraq.  Obama desperately needs to assuage the hurt feelings of his Neo-Con star chamber.  He needs to stay in the game because it appears to everyone that Russia is gaining significant ground in the Fertile Crescent while America’s Ayraab allies are slowly drowning in their own sand holes.

Dr. Assad appears serene as he looks out at the northeast of his country.  He has the manners of one who has studied the enemy’s plan and has worked out its defeat.  The Kurds should fear his serenity.

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ALEPPO:  The terrorist chatter tells it all.  The big city is about to fall.  Without reliable supply lines and a population which despises them, they cannot survive. In Al-Raashideen Area Number 4, where most of the vermin are concentrated, the army is methodically uprooting their defenses, fortifications and revetments.  Military intelligence is picking up on their plight – starvation, extreme cold and complete lack of medical supplies.  Only their recreational drugs of choice, Captagon, keep them alive.  They know there is no hope for them.  They can no more occupy Aleppo now than they can occupy Latakia.  Yesterday and today, SAA artillery provided them with the kind of heat they probably don’t want.  With the area mostly abandoned, there is no concern about civilian death.  Only the desire to maintain infrastructure keeps the army from turning the air into a ball of fire.

The Syrian Army is now fighting the terrorists on multiple fronts throughout the city.  At Layramoon, Bustaan Al-Baashaa, Old City, Al-Jaabiriyya, Al-Shaykh Sa’eed, Bustaan Al-Qasr, Bani Zayd, Karm Al-Maysir, Al-Shaykh Lutfi, the NATO-created rodents are finding the citizens more than willing to act as scouts for the army.

 

الجيش

In rural East Aleppo, the SAAF and RuAF are pounding the Alqaeda, Jaysh Al-Fath and Ahraar Al-Shaam with blinding regularity.  At Bizaa’ah, Taadif, Al-Baab,Ayn Al-Jahsh, ‘Arraan, Al-Muflisa, the aerial assault is relentless.  According to Wael in Latakia, the SAAF is now conducting its sorties without any regard for conservation.  It seems as though the Russian allies and those in Teheran have told the SAAF to use as much as it likes.  The same is true now in Western rural Aleppo where the SAA is focusing on Kafr Hamraa.

 

Al-Subayhiyya Village:  3 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed.  ISIS acknowledged this loss on one of its websites.

 

Al-Shaykh Lutfi:  4 Alqaeda vermin in a nest were exterminated here. All were Turkmen.

 

Huraytaan:  A supply line to Alqaeda/Nusra on the International Highway leading to Turkey was interdicted by the SAA.

 

Tal Al-Hattaabaat:  ISIS area in the east.  A headquarters for ISIS was destroyed by the SAAF.  Action also at Qatr Village.

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DER’AH: 

إنجازات جديدة للجيش السوري في أرياف درعا وحماة وإدلب وحمص

City:  In a uniquely clever operation by the SAA-SF, all rats in a nest operated by Alqaeda was destroyed at the Dam Road.  6 rodents were killed, 2 of whom were Syrians with the rest from Jordan, Palestine and Iraq.

Sufyaan ‘Ali Rustum Badraan

Muhammad Ishaaq Sawaaliha

 

North Waadi Al-Zaydi:  A car with rodents was destroyed after it would not stop upon command of soldiers manning a checkpoint.  All 4 inside were young males and had a Nusra flag in the trunk.  The car exploded indicating a quantity of explosives.

 

East Al-Karak:  A nest of rodents and a van loaded with ammunition from Jordan was destroyed.  No other details.

 

City Station at Busra Square:  An HQ run by Nusra/Alqaeda and a car parked south of Abu Shibli Building and East of Al-Masri Roundabout were destroyed.

 

Shaykh Miskeen:  Almost cleared of rats.  The SAA now controls over 75% of the city.  A group of rodents were wiped out in a stakeout by SAA and security forces.  14 were killed with only these identified.  The 2 are Jordanteezians who died in Jordanian hospitals at the hands of Jordanian quacks:

Naadir Ahmad Al-Naassir

Ahmad Muhammad Al-Sa’di

 

Al-Lijaat Area: A group calling itself “Alwiyat Al-Furqaan” attempted to infiltrate to Shaykh Miskeen to help their trapped litter-mates.  They were eradicated in an ambush.

 

Al-Zaahiriyya School:  Just liberated. It overlooks the Shaykh Miskeen Road and gives the SAA a commanding view of the area.

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HOMS:  400,000 CAPTAGON PILLS WERE SEIZED BY SYRIAN AUTHORITIES IN SOUTHERN HOMS PROVINCE.  THE DRIVER AND PASSENGER OF THE MERCEDES CARRYING THE POTENT DRUGS CONFESSED TO TRANSPORTING IT TO TERRORIST RODENTS IN THE ALQAEDA ORGANIZATION. 

كبتاغون

Al-Mahassa to Alqaryatayn:  The SAA has successful cut the supply route used here.  ISIS is in a deep hole.

 

Thaniyyat Al-Raashid Elevation:  (Thaniyya means mountain trail or narrow pass)  Now under total SAA control.

 

The Syrian Army is continuing operations to clear out the rats from Maheen and Hawwaareen.

 

Ruwaysat Abu-Fawaaris Area:  SAA has destroyed an ISIS armored car and killed 7 rodents.

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LATAKIA:

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IDLIB-HAMA:

 

 

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The SAA has struck Sukayk, Kafr Zaytaa, Al-Lataamina and destroyed warehouses with weapons and ammo 38 kms north of the city of Hama.   This is an area controlled by Jaysh Al-Fath.

 

Al-Tamaani’ah area:  SAAF action here south of Khaan Shaykhoon and south of the Khazzaanaat.  Large amount of weapons supposedly destroyed along with a reported 10 rodents killed.


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Hestika
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The news just keeps getting better! Keep up the positive news Ziad.

Canthama
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The map below shows the dramatic changes from yesterday and today in NE Lattakia, and this is all about to change more since fight is inside Rabiah and Torus. One pocket was formed north of Rabiah and now a 2nd pocket was just formed west of Torus/Rabiah, since the road to and from Rabiah is 100% under Syrian control. The fall out of all NE Lattakia for the terrorists is very imminent, keep in mind that the places the terrorists are retreating to have no defenses prepared, meaning the allied forces advances will be swift as it was in southern… Read more »
Kievan Rus.
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Thanks for the update. But I prefer calling them cauldrons. Its much more appropriate. Let them burn in hell fire.

Leroy Tyrone Washington.
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Ziad, it looks like you are finally coming around tp penny’s viewpoint regarding the kurds.
I have said it here on this site from Day one that sooner or later both Syria and iraq will have to fight the Kurds.
Ambitiousness is a good thing, but over-ambition will lead to treachery, as much as i like the Kurds and sympathize with their struggle, their struggle of a homeland must not come at the expense of Syria’s sovereignty, i know you will agree.

Thucydides
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It is best to say nothing about the Kurds.
That is really the best strategy.
I know exactly what will happen.
But why expose it to the world?
Forums are like palantirs, we do not know who else is watching!

“Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate.”

– Sun Tzu

Personally I have said already way to much on this blog. But I had to transfer some of my propaganda knowledge to you all.

Hm?
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Thucydides

You would be sufficiently mysterious if you didn’t support the official 911 narrative.

You would be tantalizingly mysterious if you didn’t wave off Israel, the world’s one and only progenitor of terror, as just a decoy of the truly mysterious London and Paris bankers.

You don’t name names and you fail every valid litmus test so there is absolutely nothing mysterious about you.

There are millions like you, wallowing in self-importance.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

“Wars not make one great.”

FHTEX
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What’s this about you believing the official theory of September 11th. Say it aint so, Greek guy!

Say you believe that the towers and WTC7 fell in free fall from below, that the videos of the planes were totally fake and amateurish, that most of the hijackers turned up alive, that the airplane debris was planted, that the phone calls from the planes were totally bogus, etc., etc., etc.!

Thucydides
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I was laughing on 9-11 3 weeks straight. When an Australian friend visited me some months later he told me he thought of my prediction on 9-11. He said I had predicted it. I had forgotten my own prediction actually. Funny! I make a lot. I do not care who is behind 9-11. I had hope on 9-11 50.000 Americans had died. At least. I was very disappointed at 2200. Maybe with 50.000 dead the American people would have learned something. They surely learned nothing now. History will have to repeat itself now. http://nstarzone.com/jonestown.jpg Read the sign! Of course it… Read more »
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Hm?

The great gatekeeper of the left, Naom Chomsky, also says he doesn’t care who did 911 (or it doesn’t matter who did it or something to that effect).

Anyone who says they don’t care about that false flag or any false flag is someone who doesn’t want the perpetrators caught, because in one way or another, they profit from them. Or they are involved in some way, scared, or indifferent. In any case they have lost, or are in the process of losing, their humanity.

You, who wish nuclear holocaust upon millions, are a psychopath to boot.

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Thuc, I don’t consider you a psychopath–yes, you rumble on about thermonuclear war incessantly–but you do have a lot of good insights and I imagine you are more angry than anythihg else at the bankers’ control over everything. But, what happened on 911 wasn’t in the end about over 2000 Americans–it was about the million or more who later died and the tens of millions of displaced persons from the Southwest Asia and North Africa conflicts. And, it was about “Project Hammer” to control the Russian government and economy and a host of other secret programs involving your bankers and… Read more »
Thucydides
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I hate no one.
I laugh at most people.
Thermonuclear war is wisdom.

hussein
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HM i’m glad i’m not the only one here to see that this thucyides character suffers from egotistical mania, is a zionist agent and a very bad propaganda tool. i would vote you up but for some reason my voting button is not working.

Thucydides
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“And lastly there is the oldest and deepest desire, the Great Escape: the Escape from Death.”

– Tolkien

I am trying to shorten your stay on this planet. I know you do not make many friends with thermonuclear war.

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Hm?

Yes hussein, this guy is transparent.

His only defense is to type up some gibberish in an effort to try to convince people that he is a fascinating enigmatic personality.

Dude is Tribe central.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

If I stop existing in 5 minutes from now no one will ever know who I am. So who cares about me? I am not important.

Thucydides
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@Hussein

You live in the UK, London.
500 mega ton thermonuclear power will rain down on you before anywhere on this planet.

Kievan Rus.
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these idiot kurds have been sold rotten fish. They a actually believe in ” independence “. You idiots. It’s called divide and conquer and the Anglo Europeans have been doing it for thousands of years. That’s how thst build their empires. You idiots actually think a little shot patch of desert could really be ” independent ” in this age of empires? Of course not. Your leaders will be bought and paid for. And they will sell your resources to the empire dujour for pennies on the dollar. They will own and control your banks and money supply. And if… Read more »
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I have always myself warned against some of these dirty kurds who will most likely be allowing the US to explout them with more weps and land grabs in order to counter the saa progress and create a real civil war ,this was an easy prediction that seems to be plan B with the yanks and i def agree both syria and iraq need to slap these betrayors back in line but it will not be easy without the west making it sound like a civil war and a human PR night mare,,if the syrian and russians are smart they… Read more »
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Russia strikes terrorists near Turkey borders, Syrian army advances on ground DAMASCUS, Jan. 22 | Russian airstrikes on Friday targeted terrorist-bound weapon shipments entering Syria from Turkey, pan-Arab al-Mayadeen TV reported, as the Syrian military was making progress against the terrorist groups close to the Turkish borders. The Russian warplanes struck convoys crossing from Turkey into Syria and weapon depots near the Bab al-Hawa border-crossing, which is under the terrorist control, the TV said. The Russian strikes also targeted a terrorist battalions near Bab al-Hawa, killing many of them. It wasn’t the first Russian strikes against weapon convoys reaching Syria.… Read more »
Thucydides
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Thucydides

The war in Syria is over.
I have been saying it for 3 months now.
You can not win from Russia.
Russia is prepared to destroy the USA with thermonuclear weapons.
What are the Americans going to do now?
Dumbasses.

hassan
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hassan

Only,That God bless the syrian army.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Onya SAA!

Hey Ziad, send us some Captagon. I wanna be happy!

On the subject of drugs, Western immorality seen from another angle: Suicide.

Westerners are 3 times more likely to suicide than blacks. I have had contacts in Africa who couldn’t afford energy to cook meals and who carry 50kg 3km to the market, and all the rest! Go figure!

Edward
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I would hope that everyone would understand that the majority of American citizens do NOT espouse the terror campaign in Syria and the M.E. in general, paid for with their tax dollars and run by neocon kikes that control the US totally and are not lumped in the same boat as the US gov’t. We are being led into “population reduction” by our kike elites who want to reduce the amount of their slaves by 90% through a nuclear war and here it is folks: https://www.rt.com/news/329914-turkey-syria-us-military/ If Russia doesn’t find the gonads between their legs to STOP this crap from… Read more »
American of Syrian
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American of Syrian

No one in America uses the word “Kike” nor should they use the word.

There are good people in America and there are dumb-a*ses. Same with Syria and the rest of the ME.

It is up to the good people of both regions to demand integrity from the dumb-a*ses. But the dumb-a*ses are not from a particular group of people. So no need for desparaging words

henrik svendsen
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@ “American of Syrian.

You are an idiot and a pc dumb ass – a waste of DNA.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

You are a very angry Scandinavian.

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It is said many Jewish immigrants (like other immigrants of the time) were not literate but when asked to sign the arrival papers with the usual X , refused because of its association with Xtianity and responded by saying “Kikel, kikel” ie circle which they would use instead of the cross.

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Edward, we know it ain’t all the americans, but at least i think 25% which includes the government officials, so don’t get offended if we say americans this and that, we don’t mean all.

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Edward
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Ziad, you are most welcomed and it has been greatly appreciated for the trouble you and yours have gone through to keep the world abreast of the tragedy imposed on the Syrian people by evil sycophants who have seized control of the Western world. Since you already posted that Obama is a liar, then you ought to know that there isn’t any “US changes direction in Syria” there is only a “Change in Method” as the end result, the destruction of Assad, the enslavement of Syria and then on to destroy Iran, Russia, and China for kike world domination remains… Read more »
American of Syrian Descent
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American of Syrian Descent

Jewish people don’t want to rule the world. Typically they are unjust in their views on Palestine/Israel, and this can be criticized. But Jews are the biggest advocates of the Pslestiniam cause, beyond what Arabs are even willing to do.

No need for ugly terms for a group of people. You bring up some really interesting points without using such terms. Just my opinion.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Every woman that slept with me desired children from me.
I can only laugh at these degenerates that need power, money, ambition, status to get sexual favors and offspring from women.
There are a lot of unattractive people. Especially these Jews and Zionists.

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@ American of S. D.: You are correct in that most Jews don’t care a fig about ruling the world. But there are powerful Jewish groups and Jewish-owned cartels and financial monopolies who do have such aspirations. The secret society that controls the Masonic order of B’nai B’rith ( the shadowy group responsible for writing the Protocols of the Elders of Zion) as well as the Rothschild financial dynasty, are seeking such defacto control through creation and control of credit, i.e. money. It is well worth reading the Protocols. They are authentic. In the former USSR, especially after the revolutionary… Read more »
Thucydides
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Thucydides

Desire for control is a weakness.
They are not match for the power of the dark side.

CHEVI789
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CHEVI789

American, You mean the real jewish people, here’s a little story, there is a jewish seller at a flea market not far away from me proudly displaying the star of David symbol on boxes of items they are selling, this flea market has at least 50% customers who are muslim, yet no one says a single thing to them and buy off them regardless, and yet the fake jews will scream arabs/muslims want to kill them.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Bobby Fischer disliked Jews.
Smartest man in America disliked them.
The Jewish religious leaders knew their own people very well.
Do not worship the golden calf!
They never ever listen. Not even to their own wise religious leaders.
Now look what is happening to the Jews worshipping the bankers and their gold.
Nuclear holocaust is eminent to them now.
Luckily they are all gathered on a very tiny spot now.
Skull & Bones revenge for the Anaconda plan.

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If you are to lead the Syrian nation in a war against its enemies, the first task that you must accomplish is define who and what is the Syrian nation that you seek to defend. Inversely, if combatants identify themselves as something other than being Syrian, then they are also saying explicitly that you are not their leader as the leader of the Syrian nation, against whom they are waging war. You cannot be the loyal and patriotic leader of the people who you are defending and also the loyal and patriotic leader of the people who make war against… Read more »
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You pretty much said everything right except for one part which i disagree totally with, Baathists, Baathists are made up of all the different sects to protect secularism , Ziad is if i remember a Baathist as well as my farther, they are both secular as well as many others i know.

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“Anti-imperialists would naturally cheer the mongols and crusaders as those who fought against the islamic imperialist global conquest” ????? You must be using something stonger than captagon, why would an anti imperialist cheers the conquest of one empire(Mongol empire) over any other. Also why would anyone cheers the conquests of a bunch of imperialists warmongers (Crusaders) who went to war in the ME using tactics simmilar to ISIS??? When you criticise Islam as being expansionist and anti everybody while cheering the Crusaders who represented a twisted and perverted version of Christianity as much as ISIS does with Islam, a version… Read more »
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Learning to Love — and Use — the Bomb – January 23, 2016 Exclusive: The endless demonizing of Russian President Putin is the new fun game in Official Washington as neocons dream about “regime change” in Moscow and military contractors drool over huge profits from “modernizing” America’s nuclear arsenal, with few thoughts about the heightened risk of nuclear annihilation, writes Jonathan Marshall. By Jonathan Marshall https://consortiumnews.com/2016/01/23/learning-to-love-and-use-the-bomb/ At a time when America’s public sector is apparently too strapped financially even to provide safe drinking water for some of its residents, the Obama administration plans to commit the nation to spending at… Read more »
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Found this Site Zaid and company… hope u can use it….

http://syria.liveuamap.com/

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I will never understand why you or the Syrian goverment hate Kurds. Kurds never told Arabs they couldn’t speak their language nor denied them their basic civil rights.

And its not a few thousand YPG fighters you’re up against when you declare war on the Kurds but 40M throughout the middle east. Be ready for that akhi.

Biji Turdistan
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Really, I know Kurds are notoriously ignorant and uneducated, but really? No, instead of preventing people from speaking a foreign language you murdered them and stole their homes, farms and property. Seyfo anyone? How about you committed genocide against Syrian Christian men, women and children throughout Mesopotamia. More than 3 million murdered at the hands of your forefathers, and it never really stopped just the numbers got smaller as the number of available victims declined. Simile massacre anyone? How about you served as the agents of Ottoman occupation for centuries persecuting Syrians. How about you commit massacre after massacre against… Read more »
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Syrian is not an ethnicity. Syrian is a nationality. And dont say ‘we’ as you represent nobody but yourself. How about you look forward instead of looking at the past. You speak to me like I have commited these crimes, or Kurds today have. With a mindset like yours Syria will become a backward state like Turkey and Saudi Arabia, exactly what kills diveristy in a country. You can look at the crimes that Kurds have committed to Armenians and Assyrians 100 years ago as much as you want, the reason they’re still safe in Rojava is because of the… Read more »
Biji Turdistan
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What is the right of a Kurd today to benefit from the crimes his ancestors committed 100 years ago? When it benefits you, you allow it, but when it harms you, you ignore it. Your beliefs and actions make you an accomplice to these crimes. Simply by calling northern Syria “Rojava” you are endorsing the genocide which cleared these lands of their original inhabitants. Your actions and those of your contemporary Kurds are what make you guilty for your own crimes, and for seeking to benefit from the crimes of your ancestors. If you kill someone today, and then tomorrow… Read more »
Kurd20
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I have too little knowledge to speak about crimes committed towards Assyrians and Armenians in the late Ottoman period so I refuse to comment on it, but I do know that ufortunately for you Kurds already lived in Syria before wars romed the middle east at the end of the Ottoman rule in the levant and in mesapotamia. Kurds are not foreigners to this region as you desperately want to imply to me. And if Kurds are a part of Syria and not vice versa, then there should not have been denial of basic rights to Kuds the past decades… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Biji, i generally do not wade in these kind of debates, but if what you say is true ( as i do NOT know the history of the Kurds) the Kurd20 is wrong, but then Kurd20 tells us to forget about the past, but the past is what we learn from and to correct our mistakes, but from what i am seeing so far is that the kurds are trying to take over all the lands where there is oil (mainly in the north), are they going way down south or south west to help the Syrian army etc? No,… Read more »
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Thank you for confirming for every reader exactly why Syrians will need to dismantle Rojava. You claim there are no Syrians, it is a nationality not an ethnicity. Then, you claim that part of Syria belongs to the ethnic Kurds. There is a distinct ethnic identity of Syrians. Your people murdered at least 3 million of them which you admit, but then deny that they exist. Syrian as a nationality exists because the Syrian people have a sovereign state that they have shared with the remnants of the invaders and occupiers, including the Kurds, who are their persecutors. You are… Read more »
indre
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indre

Why so many people seem to be interested currently to rise tensions between loyalists and the Kurds?
Probably it has something to do with the revent success of the pro-government side on the battle-field?

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avoid the shaykh maat

Do the kurds want to be with the usa or with syria/russia? Decide now or forever hold your peace. Assad will respect you but the americans will use you. Can you imagine the leverage the us has over turkey now? And they are using the kurds to fuck with everybody now. And they will dump the kurd like a turd (you better believe they will use that slogan). Better choose to work with Assad now when you have some leverage. Anyways, you are Syrians too after all.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Avoid losing lives.
So ignore the Kurds for the next 5 years as much as possible.
Americans/Zionists/USA/France can never ever accomplish anything for the long run in the Middle East.
One thermonuclear bomb that explodes in London and pollutes the city for 15.000 years and they will regret it for 100.000 years.
Can happen any moment.
They will regret it far more then they regret their slavery of the past. They still have the same slaveholders mentality today.
Just imagine the economical damage they would have!
Dumbass poop throwing monkeys.

anonymous
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So, which is it, Kurd 20: are Kurds residing in Syria persecuted by the government (“Syrian goverment hates Kurds”) or is Syria a “multi-cultural and open-minded nation”?

You sound schizophrenic.

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Kurds are not from Beyond Zagros, they are from around Peshawar in Modern Pakistan, look at language and the dress! These Parni or Parthian people, rolledin to Iran after Greek Empire disintegrated, it was them that drove the Greeks out of Iran, the name Kurd is misleading, original Kurds were people similar to Georgians, these came and take over the mountains and the name, just like Cuckoo bird, it lays its egg in other bird’s nests when the chick hatches it kills the other ones and takes over. I really find some of the diatribe dished out by Assyrians about… Read more »
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Kurds are not the problem.
The CIA bribing them is the problem.
The CIA has assassinated hundreds of Kurdish clan elders last 5 years, those that refused to be bribed.
What is left now are those Kurds that took up the ring of power once it was offered to them by Sauron, the London/Paris bankers.

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No thucy, you are basically saying that the kurds are innocent, they are not in your case, the CIA bribing is the problem yes, but who is in the wrong here, the guy offering the bribe or the guy taking it? IT IS BOTH, therefore BOTH are guilty. The kurds taking the bribe have a choice, and therefore it is the wrong one that they have taken, they can easily have made the choice to not take the bribe, and if being assasinated is the price they can stop that themselves.

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Easier said then done.
Duty is as heavy as a mountain.

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Just like Thucy can’t stop taking payment for what he does here.

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No one is paying me.
The war in Syria set back my own real life plans with at least 2 years.
But my faith is not important.
How can you pay me, impossible, 1 euro is exactly the same as 1 billion euros. So how are you going to pay me?
To pay me you need all the gold in the known universe and it would still be the same to me as 1 euro.

https://youtu.be/0lFQOmb6mVs
One googol is exactly the same as 1 if compared to infinite.

Ron Paul Liberty Report - Why Are Christians Being Persecuted Now?
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Ron Paul Liberty Report – Why Are Christians Being Persecuted Now?

Streamed live on Jan 22, 2016

Ron Paul returns with another edition of Myth-Busters! Christians are being persecuted in the Middle East, but they weren’t under Hussein Qaddafi and Assad. What happened? Is Trump’s business success evidence that he’d be a good president? Where did “peak oil” go? Does Bernie Sanders think that people are no longer greedy when they enter government? All this, and much more…Don’t miss it!

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South Front - Map: Syrian Army captures Tall Al-Hattabat and Qatar
South Front – Map: Syrian Army captures Tall Al-Hattabat and Qatar Early this morning, the Syrian Arab Army – spearheaded by elite Tiger Forces – captured the village of Qatar in the countryside of Aleppo after a brief firefight. Just hours later, Tiger Forces rushed south and captured the village of Tall Al-Hattabat which left more than a dozen ISIS militants dead while their Islamist comrades quickly retreated from the area. Over the past months, government troops have captured close to 50 villages from ISIS during their eastern Aleppo offensive which initially freed som 314 soldiers that had been entirely… Read more »
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Saudi Arabia is on the Brink of Regime Change
Saudi Arabia is on the Brink of Regime Change http://journal-neo.org/2016/01/23/saudi-arabia-is-on-the-brink-of-regime-change/ It seems that the wheels of the political machine are moving again. Last week reports from Riyadh indicated that his disease is taking a toll on the king and he wants to renounce his reign in favor of the Crown Prince. But then neighboring states, especially Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, started hinting that the members of the Saudi royal family along with the sheikhs of the strongest tribes, which are the foundation of Al Saud’s rule, are extremely dissatisfied with the sharp deterioration of the economic and social… Read more »
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Mr Assad is the most brilliant politician (maybe no more brilliant like Her Majesty Hassan Sayed Nasralah)! What was most dangerous and painfull for Siria and him have past; from now on, the time is a allie on Siria Assad!
Best regard
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PS: Long live Siria!

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The Syrian people should spend all their time and effort on building the hydrogen mega ton mega death thermonuclear bomb when the war is over and bring justice to everyone that died last 60 years because of these evil people.

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gway psycho

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The good life people. So afraid to lose everything. So bored now they made the utopian societies. So busy looking well dressed and well manner. But still poop throwing monkeys.

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Aleppo? Oh, happy day!
This is the news I’ve been waiting for since September last year.
The strategy worked – Aleppo is the prize.

Great, great news! And what’s best, you’ll keep them coming. It’s now imminent, inevitable, etc. – the realm of real. Really (!) good news.

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Here is what will happen vis-a-vis the Kurds: 1. They will seek autonomy as they secretly harbor separatist ambitions. They will talk out of both sides of their mouth demanding more rights within sovereign countries, while they prepare for their own independence and build separate institutions including militaries and security apparatus. They will fly their own flag and have all the facets of independence for as long as they last, but before ever declaring independence. 2. Their separatist ambitions will be expressed when across each border they are bordering other autonomous Kurdish regions in Turkey, Iraq and Iran 3. They… Read more »
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Fantastic analysis!

The Sinking Ship of the US-Saudi Alliance
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The Sinking Ship of the US-Saudi Alliance http://journal-neo.org/2016/01/22/the-sinking-ship-of-the-us-saudia-alliance/ By invoking a sectarian wave of sentiments across the Gulf, the House of Saud is, ironically speaking, not adding strength to the sinking ship of its alliance with the US. On the contrary, this seems to have left an exactly opposite impact. That is to say, instead of enabling the House of Saud to revamp its relations with its global allies, who also happen to include some of the biggest buyers of its oil, this ‘war of words’ with Iran has put them in a difficult position, who are trying, as far… Read more »
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Just ignore Saudi Arabia.
In time the American CIA will finish them all off.

https://youtu.be/DgHCM68KkPY
Do not disturb the waters!

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Liberated Salma World Media

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As they loose assets and men, we celebrate !
Go SAA(F) and RUAF, YOU make us beam with PRIDE.

U.S. Takes Over Rmeilan Airbase In Syria, Violates International Law
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U.S. Takes Over Rmeilan Airbase In Syria, Violates International Law

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Whether it was the carrot of the promise of their own Syrian Kurdistan or the stick of the threat to work with Turkey to start bombing and killing the YPG forces if they did not cooperate with NATO, the United States has apparently brought the YPG around to its way of thinking. According to reports from a number of media outlets, most notably al-Jazeera and Foreign Policy, the United States has now taken control over the Rmeilan Airbase in Northeastern Syria, in the Hasakah Province. The information was first reported after a Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) spokesperson told al-Jazeera that… Read more »
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If it is Syrian territory it will be bombed in time.
Same way those American CIA operatives on Syrian soil had some cruise missile’s landing on their heads.
They are uninvited guests trespassing someone’s lawn.
And the American people know precisely what happens if you trespass on someone’s ground to robe his house, rape his wife, and murder his children.
Because that is what these American CIA death squads are doing.

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U.S.: This is news? The US doesn’t give a stale fart in a paper bag about ‘international law’, and the entire planet knows it.

Biden Turkey's Butt Joke
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Biden Comments On Military Intervention In Syria, Requires Immediate Clarification

Another U.S. official quickly stepped in to clarify Biden’s remarks, saying that the military solution applied only to the Islamic State, as opposed to Syria in its entirety, Reuters reports. The official added that “there is no change in U.S. policy.”

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It is a wonder how Biden survived for so long—Some people have runny noses-bIDEN WAS BLESSED WITH A RUNNY MOUTH,,,,,,,,,

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Assets of the Rockefeller’s and Rothschild’s need to last long.
Return in investment.
Same with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Jeb Bush. Assets of the corrupt American elite.

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Ziad, I read your article and multiple sources claim both Qatar and Tal Al-Hattaabaat are captured by the SAA. Also several sources claim that thousands of fresh recruits entered the area to relief the soldiers already there. Yesterday the news came in that columns of T-90 tanks with heavy reinforcements entered As Safira. I think the next battle for Aleppo won’t be near Rashideen but in north east aleppo with Al-Bab, Azaz and Nubl and Zahra as the main goals. Needless to say the momentum in Latakia is huge. It seems we can claim in the upcoming days Latakia the… Read more »
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Seems like “rebels” can kiss the Latakia good bye. Rabyah is about to fall to SAA. Of major strongholds only Kinsabba then left to Jisr al Shughur…
Map – http://worldconflictsresearch.t83.net/#/latakiaidlebaleppo/4589609237

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M, one of the 1st videos out from Rabiah, shitty weather but the allied forces are advancing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tG0HLuurWNs&feature=youtu.be

Very large terrorist reinforcements to Rabiah and Torus, but the momentum is all for the allied forces, moral is very high and fire power is unmatched.

This front line is really about to fall apart for the terrorists, then it will be the battle for Kinnsibba before Jisr, and Jisr is indefensible coming from the mountains.

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More refugees pouring into Greece every day.
So that means they are on a run to safety now.
And of course they are NOT welcome to stay a long time in Turkey or they will mess up things there for the Turkish government.
So Turkey of course tries to drop them as fast as possible on the shores of Greece.

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Updates that I have found for yesterday…
http://worldconflictsresearch.t83.net/#/world-map/4589609227

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Vladimir Putin and president of Byeloruss, Lukashenko discuss America’s trade balance —
PUTIN – ‘You know there is less and less democracy in the US’.
LUKASHENKO – Yes, they’re constantly exporting it’.
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Mmmm, are the saudis waking up? Nahhh, they are claiming they are removing terrorist books, just a smoke screen.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=251381&cid=23&fromval=1&frid=23&seccatid=28&s1=1

Iran and China completing the new alliance as the sanctions fall, the new trades have been signed.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=251359&cid=19&fromval=1&frid=19&seccatid=32&s1=1

NGO’s in Russia are on notice with new laws being passed in.

https://www.rt.com/politics/329817-justice-ministry-comes-up-with/

Chechen leader get’s almost half the country to come to show their support for him and tells it like it is.

https://www.rt.com/politics/329791-kadyrov-rally-grozny-chechnya/

And the shame of Australia denying the persecution of the native habitants, the same as the native Indians in america.

https://www.rt.com/op-edge/329834-australia-society-murdoch-goodes/

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CHEVI re Shame of Australia, this is Stan Grant, a Murri journo’s speech that electrified the chattering classes, as it should. Worth seeing.
https://www.facebook.com/ethicscentre/videos/1169353876408952/

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Regards Tassie devil

Midnight explosions rock IS in al-Raqqa
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Midnight explosions rock IS in al-Raqqa

DAMASCUS, Jan. 24 | Midnight explosions rocked Syria’ s northern province of al-Raqqa.

The explosions are believed to be airstrikes targeting areas in al-Raqqa and its countryside.

The Syrian opposition circus comes to town
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The Syrian opposition circus comes to town

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opposition: (cue music) ‘- – where are the clowns? send in the clowns; don’t bother, they’re here.’

Saudis, the CIA and arming of Syrian rebels
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Saudis, the CIA and arming of Syrian rebels

A joint program, part of a U.S. covert operation, reflects the enduring alliance between Saudi Arabia and the U.S. even as their relationship and the kingdom’s place in the region are in flux

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From the moment the CIA operation was started, Saudi money supported it. “They understand that they have to have us, and we understand that we have to have them,” said Mike Rogers, the former Republican congressman from Michigan who was chairman of the House Intelligence Committee when the CIA operation began. Rogers declined to discuss details of the classified program. U.S. officials have not disclosed the amount of the Saudi contribution, which is by far the largest from another nation to the program to arm the rebels against President Bashar Assad’s military. But estimates have put the total cost of… Read more »
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The war in Syria was organized by the British elite.

https://youtu.be/Kz-s2AAh06I

The USA is just a nation of sheep and useful idiots doing what the London bankers demand from them. They die in every war for gold since 1945 needlessly. The American people started to believe their own bullshit. Delusions. I feel no sorry for them. I am counting on someone to defeat them completely. Counting down.

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No it wasn’t.

The war in Syria was organized by the Jewish elite.

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That is to easy.

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The truth is always easier to say

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What you keep forgetting is that there are many accomplices. If I say: throw the first thermonuclear bomb on my house. I would detonate a thermonuclear bomb between my own people. I refer to my own people (the Dutch) supporting ALL THE CRIMES last 65 years by the CRIMINAL American government and its Cia in the interests of the London/Paris bankers. So all Dutch people and all their offspring deserve to die. There are hardly any Jews here. We got them all killed by the Germans in WW2. From the 50.000 that went to the concentration camps only 12 returned.… Read more »
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It isn’t over yet with Turkey I tell you… As Al-Bab and Manbidj are falling rather sooner than later to SAA and SDF respectively ; Jaysh Al-Fath and Ahrar Al-Shaam being furiously reinforced by Turkey are making quick advance eastward along the border against ISIS positions to take the places DAESH used to be in control.They are quickly moving toward Al-Ra’i border crossing and plan to expand up to Jarabulus border passage that Turkish forces are already sweeping and holding for them, the goal here is to control the Turkey/Aleppo supply routes that once benefited DAESH. Since DAESH is almost… Read more »
Biden is a Mumbling Idiot
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Turkey is a house of glass, and Erdoghan is a paper tiger

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Same as Egyptian Morsi.
Once Morsi tried to rally the army behind a ground invasion of Syria they removed him.
The Egyptian military did not look forward to die for the CIA.
I bet the Turkish military also does not want to die for the CIA.
And if they are so foolish to die for the CIA they will get tired of dying very soon.

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Mahmoud
Good post, I agree with you.
At the end of your post, you remind us that Joe Biden has now declared PKK as a ‘terrorist organization’ and assured Turkey of “total U.S support in their fight against it.”
If Kurds are capable of any rational thought, how can they ally themselves to the US (who vows to start killing Kurds) and to Turkey, that has been oppressing and slaughtering Kurds almost forever?

I suppose more to the point, if that is the path idiot Kurds choose, who gives a flying f* * * *?

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US denies taking control of Rmeilan air strip in Syria

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CENTCOM says US is not controlling “any airfield in Syria”, despite images appearing to show air strip expansion works. The US has denied taking control of a Syrian air strip in response to an opposition group’s claim that American troops are supporting Kurdish fighters in northern Syria with such a takeover. On Friday, a spokesman of the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) said that the military “denied that US forces have taken control of any airfield in Syria”. However, also on Friday, the website of Texas-based security analyst Stratfor said that satellite “imagery supports claims of US military activity in… Read more »
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North-Korea is going to teach the American people (ultimately responsible for what their government does, and since they are so proud on their democracy and brag about it so much always, even more responsible) a lesson they will not forget for 100.000 years.

The USA is still at war with North-Korea.
From the point of view from the Koreans they have every legitimate reason to do what they are going to do.

I advice anyone to seek a new country to live in, if you live in the USA. You have at least 5 more years. But I can be mistaken.

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don’t you get bored with all this repetitions?

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My feelings are not important.

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Excerpt: Published reports are that the US has taken over a rural dirt strip because the Russians are flying combat helicopters out of Qamishli, and that the dirt strip is being ‘improved’. Of course the US denies it; the US denies everything until the transgression is documented, filmed, and posted on youtube with attribution of sources, at which time they say something like, ‘Oh. I thought you said Cincinnati.’

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In the ‘moderate’ #FSA stronghold Rabiah: “We will exterminate the Alawites”

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/691184107556999168

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Tony Caralucci FAIL! http://journal-neo.org/2016/01/24/iran-lifting-sanctions-and-coming-betrayal/ I have always respected Tony Cartelucci. I have never taken issue with anything he has written. But this time, he has disappointed me. In his latest article “Iran: Lifting Sanctions and Coming Betrayal” he makes this (amusing) observation: “IRANIAN CAUTION WOULD BE BASED ON THE ASSUMPTION THAT TEHRAN WATCHED AND UNDERSTOOD THE FULL PROCESS OF LIBYA’S DESTRUCTION.” LOL, Tony! Here’s what the duplicitous Iranian leaders had to say following the murder of Muammar, in Sirte: Iran’s foreign minister congratulated the Libyans “on their complete freedom from the yoke of the loyalists to the dead dictator Gaddafi.”… Read more »
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Gadhafi put his trust in Sauron, the London/Paris bankers.
He thought he could share power with them.
But Sauron does NOT share power.

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Thucydides
“Gadhafi put his trust in Sauron, the London/Paris bankers.”

True. But the betrayal by other ‘progressive’ Muslim nations must have hurt the Libyan people far more than the predictable barbaric actions of the Gulf States and the western coalition.

Libya was not just betrayed by the bankers. It was betrayed by all the nations who had previously benefited from Libya’s influence, wealth and generosity. Only Cuba, Serbia and Venezuela ever spoke out in anger. The Muslim world, including Iran just stood, watched … and cheered! Blind, stupid fools..

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CIA stooges betrayed them.

Thucydides
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“spoke out in anger”

What good does that do.
Throw a nuclear bomb.
First they have to suffer and then they begin to think.

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Ozskeptic, I completely agree with your “rant” about the destruction of Libya. Iranians, how can you justify what your leaders said? It is claimed the Russians (specifically Dmitry Medvedev who was President at the time) were fooled by the west concerning its intentions and thought only a cease-fire was agreed to. Has there ever been an explanation for al-Assad’s mirth when Gaddafi was assailing those present at the Arab leaders conference over the treatment of Saddam Hussein? I like to believe that Bashar who appreciates wit was enjoying Gaddafi in fine form ripping into the hippocrites of the Arab world… Read more »
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The entire world was wrong about Libya. We all owe them our lives. Putin was not in control at the time. That fifth column stooge Medvedev was. Putin is making it right. Now. He will never allow another Libya to happen. Never.

Stop living in the past. There are still many wars to win. We need unity. Not fifth column stories trying to divide and conquer.

We see you……

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Kievan Rus

‘We see you’ ……. Oh, put down your palantir and give me a break, drama queen!

And speak for yourself about being ‘wrong’ about Libya.
As Libya died, I wept, while misguided NATO groupies like you cheered, only to have the hide to say today “we were wrong.”

If you want to attempt to insult me by calling me ‘5th column’ let me remind all readers that ‘Kievan Rus’ was a powerful East Slavic state dominated by the city of Kiev!
Maybe that’s all we need to know, Kievan.

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NATO groupies? Who? Where? I have always been pro gadhafi. Pro Venezuela pro Syria et al. You are barking up the wrong tree.

The Kieven Rus are the original Russians. Kiev is the original Capital of Russia. And one day God willing it will return to Russia.

You seem to be quite ignorant of many things. Go troll somewhere else. Fifth column stooge.

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I was never pro Gadhafi.
I am not even pro Libyan people right now.
He was a bad leader with a lot of delusions.
And his people went off the cliff with him.

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Kievan: Oz is no troll, my friend, but he does seem to rush through posts and posit a reply that is not well considered. We all do that. The last guy who was perfect got drug through town on a stick.

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“The entire world”! FFS! Don’t try to include us in the ignorant you were part of! I was raving (powerlessly) to those about me before the bombs started falling!

Fortunately, especially for Syria, China and Russia realised their mistake and have let it be known – never again!

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I have no idea what you are talking about. Whatever you personally saw or didn’t, the entire world let Libya get crushed. Haven’t you heard the saying, all that evil needs to prevail in this world, if that good men do nothing.

We were ALL mostly cowards. Except the Syrians and the Russians and men like Ziad Fadel. They put their skin on the line. Commenting in forums while the world burns down around you is all well and good. But don’t pat yourself on the back too hard.

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A great Sunday begins with a fantastic victory in Lattakia. Turkmen Al Qaeda front in the center of their NE presence of Lattakia has collapsed, completely gone for good. Rabiah, Torus, Al-Rawda & Dervishen, all liberated over night. Terrorists are running toward Turkish border and to Jisr. Though some cleaning will be done in the last few cauldrons and hills toward the Turkish border, Lattakia Province can be technically considered “rat free”. This event of freeing Lattakia from terrorist presence will have HUGE consequences to this war, besides controlling part of an important tough illegal border crossing (mountains and valleys)… Read more »
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Canthama, you are an invaluable contributor, and i’d bet most here agree with me.

thanks for all your hard work as is with Ziad.

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Chevi,looking forward to meet you in Damascus when this war is over, it will be fun to meet face to face and get to know our syrper friends in person. This promise is made and Inshallah I will be blessed with this chance.

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I wish to get an invite as well. We can smoke hukkah and eat shashlik. And toast to the indomitable spirit of the Syrian Nation and it’s heroic people’s.

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Kievan Rus, we have been chatting for years at Syrper about a get together in Damascus after the conflict is over, all invited for sure.
I sincerely hope it happens for us all to meet face to face, should Ziad be there then it would be a complete get together.
Lets hope it gets safe enough for us all to go there, counting the days for that to happen, looking forward to it.

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I hope Thucydides makes an appearance!

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My role is soon over.

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Ziad. Please watch this video. And if possible, the other two as well. I warn you they are long but very insightful. These interviews were done last year I believe but Kameran Faily seems to know a lot more than most people. He is an Iraqi Shia and it seems he worked in the London bankers financial control room at some point and his family in Iraq is extremely connected. He states that the Trilateral Commission is or was in charge of the Syria file and that they have been given until the end of July roughly to win in… Read more »
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What a load of crap, this lardo pretending he has the ability to make sure the humans evolutionary process continues by means of having choices????? , but he cant control himself to stop eating cakes?? nor can he avoid continuously getting confused on his own argument Also he is top notch adviser to the ppl who according to him controls the world and here he is making it public in a comedy video in you tube?? You have got to have learning problems to believe his crap Mixing of different lines of thinking in the same argument to appease and… Read more »
Kievan Rus.
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Haha. That was funny. Thank you for sharing.

est 338Lapua
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Wait a minute i just made fast forward to the last 15 minutes of your video, it is absolute baloney, non sense, delirium tremens

Kievan Rus.
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It’s not my video. And it’s not my fault you can’t grasp the concepts.

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Mr.Mango
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Best news so far!
God Bless Syrian Army!
God Bless Zia, he took to the field when no one was around!

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Sorry i gotta post this, was looking at something else and this came up, Putin laughing at the interviewer, you can see the interviewer was not impressed, but he stated something real stupid, very short video.

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Confirmation, of earlier news shared at syrper, that it has arrived high tech missiles in Kuweires airbase, this base will be in control of a air space that will go way deep inside Turkey, some 200-250 kms inside Turkish airspace, this is called checkmate in military-geopolitics. Turkish and NATO airforce is toasted for most of south and eastern Turkey. Slowly the airspace of Syria is being completely locked down by a missile defense shield, last stop will be the Qamishly airport that will probably hold a set of missiles and be a smaller airbase for attack helicopters and few jets,… Read more »
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This article from almasdarnews shows exactly that Merdhogan knows he is toasted. ““We have said this from the beginning: we won’t tolerate such formations (in northern Syria) along the area stretching from the Iraqi border up to the Mediterranean,” Erdogan told reporters after Friday prayers in Istanbul.” That is checkmate, Merdhogan is feeling the heat and knowns he is done for good, unless he wants war with Russia which it would mean he would be in hell instead of done. Maybe the good Greek Orthodox leader Elder Paisios prophecy will happen and Turkey will be gone as country and divided… Read more »
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We have chatted at syrper about the cauldron being formed in east Aleppo after Qatar and Tall al Hattabat were liberated, but it always good to see a map showing it. This cauldron is of great strategic importance, it has the main power station that supplies Aleppo, it has the frontline that borders the vital Saffira town and it has the vital frontline that borders the vital Sheikh Najjar and Aleppo airport. This area holds many thousands of soldiers just to hold the line on those critical areas for Aleppo and Syria, when the cauldron is closed or freed of… Read more »
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Canthama: I’d guess that the rats reinforced al Bab and Deir Hafer in anticipation of an allied ground offensive, so General Suleimani followed the sage advise of the Confederate General who successfully followed the axiom, ‘Hit ’em hardest where they ain’t.’ From the map it appears that he is setting up another fire sack; al Bab and Deir Hafer aren’t going anywhere.

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Newest map from NE Lattakia, the cauldron has been cleaned and the defeated turkmen terrorists fled to Turkey and Jisr, the mountains near the Turkish border (inverted horn) have several terrorists camps that will be dealt with fire control of upper group, though the terrorists are still in those camps it is believed they will be emptying them all in no time. The allied forces strategy may be clear now as you can see the half moon aspect of the map, it has been slow but a constant hard work to clear the ground under that half moon shape until… Read more »
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Thank you for the update Canthama.

One question: Do you think the allied forces will take Kabani that overlooks Sirmanya in order to liberate the latter before starting the attack on Jisr?

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Eskil, one unknown fact so far is : why after the allied forces took Ikko 45 days ago they did not press for Kabani, really do not know the answer, though they have basically taken position south, east and west of Kabani. But looking what the latest 30 days advances in NE Lattakia, it seems that once Kinnsibba is liberated, all the other villages around it, like the small Kinaddah NE of Kinnsiba following a small road, will also quickly follow, and if that is true Kabani is done for good, checkmate, that road to Kinaddah is the last one… Read more »
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Cath–you seem to be following this area closely.So i ,knowing u r half way across the world, will ask u this question-not holding u 2 your response–so i am asking an opinion of u.
THAT being said–how far r these camps from the Turkish border? And instead of attacking them(people die ) could they just be sealed off for now.Meaning the fighters in those camps could go nowhere—Will wait on your thoughts–Thanks

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The main camps are inside Syria and no more then 500 mts from the Turkish border (the map below where the cross is positioned shows a quite large terrorist training camp). What is amazing but it is not new in this conflict, fabricated clouds are on top of the terrorists camps in the wikimapia and google earth, it is on purpose for sure, it has happened inside terrorist positions in Aleppo city for 2-3 years, this is the US government doing with the help of google and wikimapia Corporate America helping the war efforts, they are intentionally hiding the camps… Read more »
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Thanks–for the response—

the “CLOUDED CAMPS” are unreal–No wonder the SAF COULD NOT SE THEM–Russ sats see them clearly. ALSO”” inside Syria and no more then 500 mts from the Turkish border”””
Is that meters- mountains–not clear for me.

I would be all for constant bombing as that would keep the fighters busy making things right in the camps-prefer night time raids-good for sleepless nites–but would not grounr attack…Thanks again

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Sorry R, mts means meters, a bad taste for abbreviations in internet. The camps are placed on purpose close to the border and Turkey even opened up a border crossing that never existed before just to entertain the terrorists, those are by far mostly Turkmen from either Syria or Turkey and all the hired terrorists and their families from central Asia and Caucasus, folks from Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uighurs, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Chechen etc…most of them affiliated to Al Qaeda and some hardcore islamists that think ISIS as pussy cats, those are Merdhogan’s moderate rebels….it would be joke (a bad one)… Read more »
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comment image:large

a picture of captured russian supplies right off the boat

i am jealous. so many crates. we americans love russian stuff and former eastern block weapons and ammo.

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As the Syrians end up finishing what remains of the rebels and heading towards a decisive victory in a half a decade war, some points. – Russia has shown that a new world order has been established where red lines of American activity have been drawn, the Americans can only go so far. – The Americans have been humiliated by the Russian led Sino-Russian-Iran-Syria axis and in life everyone likes the strong, a “winner”, and dumps the “loser” well fickle superficial people do which is most of humanity. – The Syria war was just a platform to the real target… Read more »
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this war will not be over this year i predict.

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You could be right but I have a different opinion. The rebels only hold one major city i.e. Raqqah and even that is not major really. Aleppo is contested with both SAA and rebels holding parts of it. The rebels cannot sustain their war with this amount of Russian bombardment and depletion of manpower, ammunition, resources etc. However one thing I think is pretty unarguable is that there is no way the rebels can win this war, it’s now only an issue of how long they can avoid being wiped out, so from that angle, the Syrians have definitely won… Read more »
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Muslim: With respect, the war will not end with the death or capture of the last rat combatant in Syria. People do not understand that Lebanon, Syria and Iraq are a single theater, and that all three have to be cleansed of ‘all enemies, foreign and domestic’ which includes (but is not limited to) all combatant rats, all of their supporters, and all military forces which are the enemies of any, or all, of the countries involved. It is doubtful that, in view of rampant corruption, either Lebanon or Iraq can be sterilized with the dispatch necessary to bulkhead access… Read more »
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Iran has to make 1 million ATGM’s train 100.000 women into fine snipers. Then the war is over.

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And I agree with you Arklight, the “war” per se might be over but the closet rats will still be around, there is a way to secure it but won’t say it on here.

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*TURKEY ENCIRCLED* – The Russians are teaching the Turks a painful lesson. – As Canthama has pointed out all of the Russian air defence systems being installed in different places including Latakia, Kuweirres and now Qamishli make Syria a no go zone for the Turks but also limit certain things they can do inside their own airspace. Qamishli also covers part of Iraq’s air space. – Syria has defeated Turkey, thanks to Russia. – Turkey’s dreams of being a “Neo-Ottoman” giant are over whilst Turks, a divided nation, fight with each other e.g Alevis v Sunnis, secularists v religious, Kurds… Read more »
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If you want to understand Russia under Putin, its current military leadership, its current elite, then we just have to look at Georgia, Chechnya and the Ukraine. So we can make more accurate speculations towards Syria. But it is speculation.

In the Ukraine the Russians chose for a minimal victory.
Maybe they will do the same in Syria.
Speculation.

South Front - 24.01.2016 Crisis News
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South Front – 24.01.2016 Crisis News

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Video: MRLS hits Turkmen Mountains in Latakia, Syria

Russian-made MLRS hits militants in Turkmen Mountains in Latakia, Syria

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Just in from Ibrahim Joudeh:

SAA control 100% of Sheik Miskeen. Still not totally confirmed though.

https://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/691304557461266433

Thucydides
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The war in Syria is over.
A lot of them got to Sweden on time!
I hope they have a nice time.
Of course these European countries pretend life is hard in the EU.
But it is not. Might take 1-2 years but then things will go great for these refugees.

https://youtu.be/cbvdzQ7uVPc
Zlatan having a good time in Sweden.

So many fools died for the Cia, Mossad and Mi6 in a war made by the London bankers for ambition and greed. Their greed, their ambition, using simple minded fools.

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