MASSACRE! SAUDI-AMERICAN SUPPORTED “MODERATE” CANNIBALS MASSACRE CAPTIVES IN TERRIFYING VIDEO

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8l3nybD0Uv8

When Yonatan sent this tape to us, he asked whether anyone had any information about it.  I replied, without much information, that it was about terrorists killing “Assad’s militias”.  But, that did not tell the whole truth.  My source in Damascus saw the tape and began an investigation.  I can now tell you that the tape reveals an horrific massacre ordered by the Saudi monsters to “avenge” the death of Zahraan ‘Alloosh.  This event constitutes an open war crime and should be investigated by the push-over whores in Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.  But, tee hee hee, we know who they work for.  Here are the details:

On the same day the president’s mother passed away, the terrorist-infested region of the East Ghoutaa, was ablaze with Schadenfreude, that German expression meaning to rejoice at another’s misfortune.  In Arabic it’s called “Shamaat”.  The rats were Saudi stooges belonging to Jaysh Al-Islam.  They wanted to send a message of defiance to Dr. Assad at a time when his mother had just passed away peacefully in her sleep at the age of 86 years.

The commentator says the scene was in Tal Al-Sawwaan in the deep East Ghoutaa .  Just 9 people less than 100 were dressed in dark prison uniforms and told they had to run a gauntlet.  Those who were able to clear the gauntlet would be set free.  Otherwise, it was obvious all others would die running down a fenced corridor with Doschkas and AK47s firing away at them.  I was told that only a few made it through the gauntlet but were shot in the head afterwards.  The video does not tell the whole picture.  In order to control the targets,  they were released in batches of 20.  In other words, this massacre was played out in 5 separate rounds.        

 

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

John Esq. sends this astonishingly honest article about American designs on Syria and the hypocrisy attendant to it:

https://gowans.wordpress.com/2016/02/10/what-us-congress-researchers-reveal-about-washingtons-designs-on-syria/

Here are the scenes of the first Saudi troops arriving in Syria.  (Thanks, Khaled Nawaz Al-Nouri)

https://www.facebook.com/electronicresistanceteam/videos/1113659885343481/

Mary Shabbiha Woodward forwards this item for all those who are studying propaganda:

http://www.syrianews.cc/guide-understanding-unhospitals-cannot-bombed/

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PHOTOS OF THE DAY:  (Thanks, Yonatan)

https://i1.wp.com/pbs.twimg.com/media/CassPvGUUAAfFjh.jpg?w=700&ssl=1

This is a family photo showing Dr. Assad and the kids.  In the far left hand corner, you can see Lt. Gen. Aassif Shawkat, who used to head the Syrian Military Intelligence Directorate until he was named Deputy Chief of Staff.  He was assassinated with Lt. General Daawood Raajiha, Lt. Gen. (ret) Hassan Turkmaani, and Lt. Gen. Hishaam Yikhtiyaar on July 12, 2012 in an operation ordered by Bandar Bin Sultaan and carried out by the now dead Zahraan ‘Alloosh.  General Shawkat was the president’s brother-in-law, married to Dr. Assad’s sister, Bushraa. In the center is Aneesa Makhloof, who is the president’s mother. She just passed away on Saturday.  

 

This is the general who is to lead Saudi Arabia’s foray into Syria.  I cannot tell you his name because it is vulgar sounding.  (Thanks, Aida)


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P51
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I am just an observer but I am really interested in public opinion on the following: 1) If Kurds proclaim an independent state in (parts of) Syria (which will likely get recognized by Russia), would Syria accept it? Or would Syria start fighting the new Kurdistan? 2) If Hezbollah gets into a new conflict with Israel in Lebanon, would Syria join the fight? Thank you

Shlomo Buster
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Syrian Kurds are not interested in “proclaiming an independent state”, only apartheid Israel is desperate to carve out Syria into smaller states.

Israel does not dare attacking Lebanon ever again.

Observer Shlomo, we’re on to you loser!
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ziad
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wahahahahah the title should read ” saudi ready to be slaughtered and further embarrassed “,,look at this weakling pig talking tough ,,he looks like a the wind can easily push him over,,are these fools seriously thinking they can lie there way through another libya??,,are these fools seriously thinking they can lie there way through another libya?? http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2016/02/10/449629/Saudi-Arabia-Syria-Adel-al-Jubeir-US-Daesh this is a good chance for russia to finally have it’s turkey shoot ,,i dont understand why russia keeps lagging on such issues? its simple ,syria and russia need to issue warning that anyone attempting to breach syrian sovereignty be it by air… Read more »
Susan O'Neill
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The UK and France (their parliaments are having a love affair with the zionist Israelis) just need a small excuse to wage war against Russia and start shelling from the NATO military surrounding the Russian border. If Russia strikes at any NATO or US friendly Arab nation the Atlanticists will have their excuse. The SAA and Russian AF need to do as much damage as possible to the Aleppo rats, whether they be JAN or DAESH before the ceasefire begins. The only reason Kerry is so desparate for a ceasefire is to allow the “rats” to regroup and arm and… Read more »
Edward
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Susan, Maybe it’s more of Putin and the Russians are doing their best to spare the poor people in the UK/France, and you left out the US whom the kikes TOTALLY control, from total nuclear annihilation that would ensue because THAT is the option that we are presented with. The elites are a “death cult” that thrives on blood and human sacrifices and the more the better. It would be so much easier, cheaper, and less wear and tear on the people of this world if the elites were just assassinated by spies, but we know that isn’t going to… Read more »
whatevs
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Western propaganda may demonize Pootin and pretend as it they want him replaced, but they love Putin. He is the type of leader that will give up all of Russian possessions and influence, only to avoid conflict. Putin calmed down all of Russia which was demanding full scale military intervention in Ukraine in 2014. Pootin has been great for nato, who now have their sights on Kazakhstan. The noose tightens. Kremlin leadership has continuously failed to counter military escalation and expansion by nato/gulf, which has only emboldened the latter. It has not even forward deployed its advanced weapons as a… Read more »
Syd Barret
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”just need a small excuse to wage war against Russia”

Rubbish!

Anon
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Russia does not need to do anything except target only one country that has plotted syrian war .that country is england which must be massively attacjed by rusdia and other anti imperialist forces

ziad
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ziad

so tell me Ziad who were these ppl being killed by the pigs in ghouta?

ziad
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“That (Assad’s ouster) is our objective and we will achieve it,” Jubeir said. “Unless and until there is a change in Syria, Daesh will not be defeated in Syria, period,” he argued.” this feather weight bug eyed piece of shit jubeir in his comment just admited they support daesh,,this is what desperation brings ahhaha ” Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir called Assad the “single most effective magnet for extremists and terrorists in the region,” no you joker you are the magnet as your dirty country keeps sending them to syria ,,,”That (Assad’s ouster) is our objective and we will achieve… Read more »
ziad
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ziad
i think russia might be trying to call the western bluff and expose the fact tha there are no moderate groups to hold cease fires with,,i mean if usa wants one then they are going to have to explain where and with whom and they can’t do that NO CEASE FIRE,,FUCK THEM ALL,,THIS IS WHAT THESE BASTARDS DO EVERY TIME THERE TERRORISTS ARE LOSING BIG,,AND EVERY TIME SYRIA IS DUMB ENOUGH TO MAKE THESE CONCESSIONS WHICH ONLY END UP ROLLING THE PROGRESS BACK AND PROLONGING THIS WAR,,ENOUGH IS ENOUGH YOU HAVE THESE FUCKS BY THE BALLS, NOW KEEP SQUEEZING AND… Read more »
Susan O'Neill
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I hope, Ziad, that you took note of my explanation for why Putin has had to compromise on the ceasefire. Russia will be returning home if NATO get their excuse to shell Russia. Then Syria will be back to square one with Saudi, Qatar and UAE all sending in troops and equipment along with Turkey. How well do you think Syria will do without the Russian Air Force strikes? Our UK and EU governments are totally Russophobic and with the US goading them on will do anything to start a war with Russia, just as long as they can con… Read more »
Syd Barret
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”I hope, Ziad, that you took note of my explanation ”

Fanciful.

ziad
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” Russia will be returning home if NATO get their excuse to shell Russia.” what are you smoking susan??? “Then Syria will be back to square one with Saudi, Qatar and UAE all sending in troops and equipment along with Turkey.” i got news for you dear,,these western fucks are already planing on going into syria regardless of what happens at the talks ,but russia and syria will be waiting for them and there is nothing the west can do to remove russia from the equation,,not gonna happen ,,and dont worry about you UK and the rest of the idiots… Read more »
teevee
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The Kurds won’t proclaim independence, however they will proclaim self rule as an integral part of Syria otherwise they will be a land locked entity with hostile neighbors on all borders. Syria has always been there with Hezbollah. Why do you think HZ and Iran are fighting shoulder to shoulder with their Syrian brothers, sisters, mothers and fathers. These are real, reliable, capable, advanced, moderate and did I say educated, forward looking and real friends? Now the question to you is will your people realize who are the real allies and real friends or will your people still chase after… Read more »
P51
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What do you mean by “your people”? I am from Europe and I have just tried to read other than the official mainstream news and thus I reached this website. And instead of getting reasonable answers I am getting mainly nonsense offences so far …

teevee
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I understand, thank you for interest in our affairs, but it is exactly that interest in “our affairs” that has caused millions of death injury and humiliations in our lands as well as your lands, where ever that maybe. Hopefully you understand our disdain for this interest and questions that are self evident. I would be very surprised if we invaded Europe with hoards of armed to the teeth trained and supplied with intelligence and leadership to ultra extremist Christians to kill and subvert you, then come and ask you a questions about how would France react if Germany was… Read more »
teevee
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And my answer was reasonable.

P51
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Well, if we, Europeans, are not interested enough, we will keep on hearing solely the official black-white news. Surprised to see the high number of “Likes” the insulting response to my original questions receives from the audience …

teevee
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I was nothing but polite and reasonable! We are living in the info world, the so called “black and white” news is losing out on daily basis. Did you see Bernie Sanders and Clinton debate last night? 20 years ago Sanders would have been laughed out of the stage. Today he is winning because people are beginning to read and listen to alternative sources. People are catching up, people are moving on, people are taking responsibility for their governments actions. They don’t go around asking loaded questions!!. Whatever your motives I respectfully replied if you’re not happy, then it is… Read more »
Europe is Enemy Of Syria
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Europe is Enemy Of Syria

Europe is an enemy of Syria

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Yes. Europe is controlled by Rothschild stooges. But that does not take away the responsibility of the European people for the crimes of their elite.

https://youtu.be/iz6a4WkKJn0
Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, ?

3AM
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To Thucydides
Europe is medieval Papal state and Rothschilds are Vatican bankers.
Get you facts right.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Then why did they allow ISIS (CIA proxy) to murder Christians in Syria, Libya and Iraq?
You have your facts wrong.

indre
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indre

Bur not necessarily the Europeans. There a lot of us supporting Syria with its struggle.

FHTEX
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P51, Here is “our” problem with your opening post: 1. You raise the possibility of the Syrian Kurds claiming an independent state, but this has never been the goal of the vast majority of Syrian Kurds in the past and their taking of arms in the past few years has been AGAINST the enemies of Syria, not the government. The Kurds would have appreciated more support from the SAA and SAAF but the latter were simply stretched too thin. 2. Your mention that the Russians are likely to recognize an independent Syrian Kurdish state–that’s a very provocative, anti-Syrian government statement… Read more »
Barbara McKenzie
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I don’t understand the patronising response to P51’s questions, anymore than s/he does.

Haven’t the Syrian Kurds just opened a mission in Moscow? Haven’t the US made it very clear that it would support a separate Syrian Kurdistan?

This does not mean that all Kurds would want a separate country, especially if not part of a larger state including some of Turkey. However, fair question I would have thought.

FHTEX
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Barbara,

I think you are very naive. Asking when the Syrian Kurds will proclaim a separate state and stating the Russians will back it is like asking when will Latinos in the U.S. proclaim their independence, with Mexico backing their new government.

AINIT NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN. So why ask it unless you’re simply trying to embarass the legitimate government of Syria.

Syd Barret
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”I don’t understand the patronising response ”

That’s because you are a Psyops operative and it doesn’t suit your intended narrative.

Rusty
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Susan O'Neill
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Thought you might like this from 21st Century Wire (if you don’t already have it) “The Russian military has successfully closed the Azaz Corridor, a narrow strip of land connecting Turkey to the rebel forces in Aleppo, which was being used as a major supply route for the terrorist forces currently wrecking havoc throughout Syria. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was reportedly hounded by his American counterpart John Kerry at least six times to keep the Azaz corridor open. A new report now explains why: ‘Mr. Kerry enters the negotiations with very little leverage: The Russians have cut off many… Read more »
Berl Jay Hubbell
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Listen “P51” your unreasonable loaded questions were obviously calculated to provoke a hostile response just so could fain that you are so terribly wounded. Personally, I think your professed naivete is as calculated as the irrelevancy of your questions. Asking stupid questions makes you look stupid. So now you blame those of us who are offended that you barge into the list with an arrogance of purpose. Sheesh! The history of the ME is one of Euro-centric invasions and occupations. I’m sure that as a European they must have taught you that in history class if you were the least… Read more »
Susan O'Neill
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Beryl, I don’t know if you are aware, but a vast swathe of Brits may be very suspicious of what they are told by governments but totally in thrall with the propaganda media and have yet to realize that presstitutes are merely an extension of the government of the day’s thinking. Too many of the people I know do not want to hear what they think are conspiracy theories and believe the Syrian war was Assad being heavy handed during a civil war! Unless they habitually visit sites like this, they are never going to realize the true facts. So… Read more »
FHTEX
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Susan O., I like the word “presstitutes’!

Henrik
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Henrik

Well if you are new to this you need to understand that the level of reasoning on this site is unusually high level. You probably need to read/learn more to be able to ask poignant and intelligent questions.
Few here has time for anything else sir.

Saliba
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The Kurds in Syria do not want an independent state, they want more autonomy within the Syrian state. Since there are many different ethnicities and religious groups in these “Kurdish areas”, who have been in these “Kurdish areas” for longer then the Kurds themselfs, the Kurds dont own the area. For example, in the city Qamischli with about 300.000 population, in this so called “Kurdish Area”, there was not a single Kurd 40 years ago, they get alot of kids and are the majority there now but that doesnt mean they own the place now. They dont want to anyway… Read more »
Dudley, Canadian Oil Baron
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My 2 cents, is that you’re way more likely to see Barzani ( bolstered by the West and Israel ) to make a move for independence ) than you are to see Syrian Kurds do it. They have been working on the Iraqi side for years, with the usual suspects. Let’s not forget that Israel gets most of their oil from the kurdish area of iraq: http://www.jpost.com/Business-and-Innovation/Israel-importing-77-percent-of-its-oil-from-Iraqi-Kurdistan-report-says-413056 Dirty little secret is that the ISIS oil theft was a ratcheted up version of an already existing campaign which benefits Israel, Europe, Japan on the user end, and kurdistan and isis on… Read more »
Edward
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Dudley, funny that your 2 cents is spot on as I just ran across THIS report that states Turkey is being set up for war by the kikes and the West, who is controlled by the kikes, so what else to expect, but take a look at this:
https://en.eadaily.com/news/2016/02/08/turkey-goes-to-war-erdogan-falls-into-the-kurdish-trap-set-by-the-west-and-israel
Question is: should I start to feel sorry for Turkey for being so stupid!!!???

Dudley, 2nd year apprenctice mage
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Dudley, 2nd year apprenctice mage

Looks like the esoteric team of alchemical warlocks I pay handsomely have tapped into some cosmic truth then. Good to know!

hans
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read this site http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/, Penny has been saying this about the treacherous Kurds for many years. The history of the Kurds as fake as the Ashkenazi are 2 peas in the same pod, Barzani family is crypto Jew.

Arklight
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hans: Penny? Sheesh!

Berl Jay Hubbell
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“Hans” “Penny” is functioning as an agent for Erdogan. The thing that is fake is your jeremiad against the Kurds. We all know that Zion and Erdogan just ratified a pact and the Kurds were not a party to it. So, “Hans” go ahead and pander to bigots by playing the Jew card, but the real question is who are YOU working for by propagandizing for a line that will benefit Zion and the Ottomen?

Susan O'Neill
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Barzani is operating in the Mosel area where Israeli Kurds along with ex Mossad have been killing villagers in the Nineveh areas (Christians) along the whole border and selling the properties to rich Israelis as an investment for a rainy day. I doubt the Iraqi Kurds will tolerate the Israelis whatever their professed identity. I’m not sure how the Iraqi Kurds fared under Hussein, probably not as well as they would have under Assad. Do you have any further info on this?

FHTEX
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Susan,

The Iraqi Kurds fared very poorly under Hussein, to put it mildly. They suffered many chemical attacks during the Iraq-Iran war of the 1980s, including at Halabja where thousands reputedly died.

As for the Israelis, they have pinned their hopes on Barzani and his group for a long time now–after all, they are in great need of friends in the Middle East these days.

Alex from North Carolina
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This is not a place to get an intelligent and polite answer to a good question or a bad question. I will answer the questions you have. Since I am from the United States you can bet my information will be top of the line and unbiased and hopefully accurate. Russia and the United States have almost certainly already agreed to the establishment of an independent Kurdistan. Period. Dr. Assad will not and can not contest it. Think of the Free Syrian Army and the SAA like two exhausted boxers hanging on the ropes and in addition, the opinion here… Read more »
pm
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pm

“…Since I am from the United States you can bet my information will be top of the line and unbiased and hopefully accurate….”

Geo-Political Exogesis
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Geo-Political Exogesis

I actually thought that was sarcasm until I read the rest… I guess it’s that “American exceptionalism” I hear so much about.

FHTEX
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You did mean to say “Fake Syrian Army” rather than “Free Syrian Army”, didn’t you?

Arklight
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Arklight

Alex: Mo bettah you count the Blue Hats based in Mount Mitchell, guy.

Henrik
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Henrik

I’ll say like they say in America-Baloney.

Syd Barret
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”you can bet my information will be top of the line and unbiased and hopefully accurate.”

Yeah……right!

LOL

Mr.Mango
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Intellectual prowess of a Taiwanese made Frisbee gracing the forum again!

robinmorritt
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You got some stick, P51, but don’t take it too hard. Expect raw nerves. The Syrian Kurds, the Iraqi Kurds and the Turkish Kurds don’t have a common agenda. The Syrian Kurds don’t have a history of calling for independence, and I don’t think they are at all likely to start now. In my view, this is a very good site for getting an alternative view to the national media in the UK, including the BBC which seems very propagandist. Ziad’s articles are unequivocal, of course, but that is where the value lies. The links below the article can be… Read more »
robinmorritt
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Oh, and some trolls post comments which seem reasonable, but are in fact thread spoilers. They get short shrift, but you’ll figure that out in due course if you are genuine. And you’ll understand the initial hostility, too.

idioacracy
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idioacracy

In hindsight, it seems simple.
Turkey has been supporting many of the mercenaries and terrorists.
Erdoggen’ hates the kurds, and fears them.
That makes the secondary order of the mercenaries to eliminate the kurds.
The syrian kurds where never oppressed by Assad.
They are just protecting the place they call home.
The turks will never let the kurds live in peace,
Syria will, as long as the state remains Syria.
The kurds do not have a tendancy to run from fighting,
So erdoggen’ the empty noggin should watch out.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Turkey under Erdogan and his cronies is ONLY doing what the CIA tells them to do.
The CIA is the “useful idiots” for the London/Paris bankers, aka Rothschild.

Berl Jay Hubbell
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The British royals in general are major stockholders in the banking system. At the very least they are partners in crime. Why do you let them off the hook? The Rothschild clan are titled nobility now, but they are not the sole despoilers of the ME by any means. The House of Windsor has blood on their hands too. And you let the American and Canadian partners off the hook too. The cabal of economic predators is so much larger than the Rothschild clan.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Not on a billion worlds there will be British people.
I never ever let them off the hook.

SHALOM
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SHALOM

As promised by US/Israel:

“Assad’s ouster is our objective and we will achieve it… Daesh will not be defeated in Syria, period,” — Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir. SHALOM!

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P51, not sure why you got so many dislikes, you have asked legitimate questions, so I will answer you from my point of view. 1. this is really a tough question, but i would say as teevee has said would be the likely outcome that the kurds will be allowed self rule. 2. to me the answer is no, Syria will not join in the fight, Hezbollah is more than capable of looking after themselves with all the good weapons Syria and Iran has supplied to them, also that would mean if Syria joins in america would then have an… Read more »
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Stingray: I agree that it’s too bad that P51 got bitch slapped for asking reasonable questions, but it’s a good idea to bear in mind that that some folks on SyrPer have become conditioned through experience to view Mustang’s questions as either the lead in to a troll marathon, or an invite to our Canadian Lady to morph into The High Priestess of Snark (some one, earlier on, has already invoked that unfortunate alter ego). It’s amazing that we have a stream of ‘newbies’ coming aboard who seem to have no information except what they get from MSM and who… Read more »
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P51, I mean you no disrespect. But truthfully, your questions can easily be interpreted as trolling, or misinterpreted as the case may be. Teevee used a good phrase of “loaded questions” and I will add seemingly cynical ones. But perhaps we are misinterpreting and so I gave you a like if that helps at all. And I too will respond to your questions with sincerity… For some reason, the Kurds had not previously had any conflict with the Syrian government despite having fought horrible wars of independence with the other 3 countries that have Kurdish populations- Iran, Iraq, and Turkey.… Read more »
ziad
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“That (Assad’s ouster) is our objective and we will achieve it,” Jubeir said. “Unless and until there is a change in Syria, Daesh will not be defeated in Syria, period,” he argued.” this feather weight bug eyed piece of shit jubeir in his comment just admited they support daesh,,this is what desperation brings ahhaha ” Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir called Assad the “single most effective magnet for extremists and terrorists in the region,” no you joker you are the magnet as your dirty country keeps sending them to syria ,,,”That (Assad’s ouster) is our objective and we will achieve… Read more »
Syd Barret
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”so why the fuck didint syrian or russian AD shoot them down?”

Because collectively…..they have brains……unlike someone here.

Susan O'Neill
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The Syrian Kurds will likely be hoping for a protectorate or governate much like Scotland in the UK and as Assad must already realize, the Kurds are fierce fighters and if respected for their efforts in fighting the many terrorist factions, will likely also be loyal allies. Syria is still their land but an acknowledgement of their special status could, hopefully, see Assad rewarding their prowess in battle with favourable terms. As for Israel attacking Hezbollah, they might wish to, but Hezbollah are a very organised and much respected organisation doing for Christians, Muslims and other religions in Lebanon as… Read more »
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sam j. haim (PROCONSUL)

BREAKING: Turkey Shells Aleppo, Says “Massive Escalation” In Syria Imminent As Saudis Ready Airstrikes!

Saudi pilots to fly air operations from Turkey over Syria

Putin reaction about SA/Turkey aatack against Russia

http://sovpl.forum24.ru/?1-1-0-00000461-000-260-0#175

BarzanSadiq
#BREAKING
#Turkish warplanes flying intensively on low range on #Turkey-#Syria border near #Azaz.

Deutsche Bank and the markets must be worse than we thought if they’re ramping up like this.

The Int’l Spectator intlspectator 7 min.
BREAKING: Turkish official says there will be a ‘massive escalation’ in Syria over next 24 hours.

Syd Barret
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Ham Sandwich posted: ”Turkish official says there will be a ‘massive escalation’ in Syria over next 24 hours.”

Rubbish.

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Sputnik ‘e-speaking democratic Syria Force commander Abu Omar, “Turkey is attacking us with mortars and rockets across the border. If the attacks continue, we will respond,” he said. http://haber.sol.org.tr/dunya/afp-turkiye-ypg-ussunu-top-atesiyle-vurdu-145795 Davutoglu signals Turkish action after fall of Aleppo corridor Speaking to reporters en route to Turkey from the Netherlands, Davutoglu said that he had told German Chancellor Angela Merkel of the need to stop Russia in Syria in order to prevent further influxes of refugees to Turkey and Europe from the region, the Hurriyet daily reported on Friday. When asked whether Turkey will take action to reopen the corridor to Aleppo,… Read more »
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People in pijamas ruin beautiful Russian-American diplomacy tango ?

https://twitter.com/HalaJaber/status/698129080110182400
https://twitter.com/HalaJaber/status/698129506217959424

Those camel-urine drinkers so dumb and boring…

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I guess kids in pijamas recognized whose going to be left out in a big boys business 🙂
I call this “rage quit”.

Somewhere in deserts of Camelpiss Scrabia,

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They have only money.
They do not have brave men.
And then you have no power.

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Counter-terrorism battleground is no wrestling ring for big power rivalry
Counter-terrorism battleground is no wrestling ring for big power rivalry BEIJING, Feb. 12 The agreement reached Friday in Munich among major powers on a cessation of hostilities to be implemented soon in Syria was encouraging progress that could boost global anti-terrorism efforts. However, despite the progress made so far, there is still an obvious lack of synergy and coordination in the global war on terror, as some big powers involved are busy calculating their own geo-political interests in the fight. Instead of cooperating with each other in a genuine manner and striving to establish a united global front against terror,… Read more »
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Put in the equation Camelfuckers with their secterian-religious agenda, no major powers interested in.

Chinese are far enough (which we in Russia not) and smart enough(which america today is not) to keep away from this mess. Good for them, they will be the big winners.

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True. The Syrian crisis has kept most of the big players very busy. This suits China as it allows it to focus more on its own issues, instead of worrying much about parrying various foreign meddling and influence in its own region. Only, idly allowing unchecked foreign interference to get out of hand in Syria/Iraq when situation is already as dire, can only serve to incubate, evolve, and then multiply that extremism and violence. Contracting global economy, high indebtedness, and strong nationalist fervor will come together to amplify the speed and depth with which this violence and unrest spreads. It… Read more »
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Don’t worry about China, my friend. Whereas the Russians are geopolitically playing “chess” and the Chinese are playing “go”, the declining west is playing checkers, with a worn-out strategy at that. While it is true that the Uygurs have been discriiminated against and have legitimate concens, they are a diverse group: some successful, some angry, some downtrodden. None of them is suicidal, though, which is what any rebellion against 1.5 million Chinese would be. If you know what happens when a small radical Islamic minority takes on a great power, look at Chechnya. It’s a lot safer today than Ferguson,… Read more »
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FHTEX: It’s a BILLION and a half, guy. We currently have a group of Red Chinese meeting with Obama in Rancho Mirage, which just came to light the day before the newspapers were all aswim with the news that Obama is going to designate 1.5 million acres of new ‘National Monuments’ which will, probably, change hands before the Chicoms go home. IF they go home.

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Whatevs is deluded clown that fancys himself a geopolitical analyst, rolls up here and commits defecation to the screen! Prior to arrival of Chinese in Tibet, country was made of 60% serfs, 30% slaves and 10% elites that produced most of the monks etc! They never been peaceful, this business getting Hollywood collage to project an image of Shangri-La is pure idiotic. Buddhist monk are one of most vicious pyschopaths in the world, take look at Burma/Myanmar and Sri Lanka, the Monks were behind all the carnage! They triggered off the horrendous civil war in Sri Lanka! The stahdard of… Read more »
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Yes, 1.5 billion Arilight. Thanks for the correction!

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I saw the video on another link a few days ago Ziad, a disgusting spactacle but it just confirms the fact that Salafist groups like Jaysh Al-Islam, Nusra and others of the same ilk have to be exterminated.

No peace deals, no ceasefires just relentlessly destroyed and forced out of Syria.The only thing these people know about is death and destruction. Their minds are 500 years behind the times and as they say ‘we live for death.’ I and milions of others have no problem seeing things speeded up for their wishes.

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But the traitor lavrov has been pushing for ceasefire when the western terrorists are losing !
Russia ia master in keeping conflicts frozen rather than solving it.

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The ceasefire does not affect terrorist groups such as al Nusra and ISIS. Russia has express permission from the UN to attack these as they have proven to be a threat the RUssia’s national security follwowing the A321 explosion. Russia will keep bombing whatever and whoever it has been bombing. The ceasefire will not be followed by ISIS and the rest. It will help SAA/RuAF sort out any real moderate opposition, who will obey the ceasefire if they have any sense, from the Wahabists who will continue fighting irrespective.

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Syrian kurds are Syrian citizens , there will be be no fighting Syrian Kurds, besides as far as the zionist “state’ is concerned kurds and Syrians are on the same page, Syrian Kurds that is. Iraqi kurds are a different matter. The Russians are too professional and diplomatic to make decisions for Syria, that doesn’t stop them from sugggesting. Currently that’s the way we see it from the Think tank up here in Harlem. We do hope that Syria will engage the Kurds at the earliest opportunity before someone else does, instead of having meetings with the terrorists in Switzerland… Read more »
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Oh OHH. seem like my prediction/calculations was spot on , Just read on Sputnik news, that the Kurds have opened their first “foreign office” (read Embassy) in Moscow today. Like i said who ever first engages the Kurds will win this War,obviously the Russian deep state recognizes that fact.
This should have Erdogan banging his head against the nearest wall and the Saudis should be hitting the crack pipes non stop by now. It’s over for them.

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Anon. I ususally see you trolling on other blogs, what are you doing on this site? You are an anti Russian troll, but for your elucidation, Lavrov has been asking for a truce for many months. Only now, is Kerry screaming for anyone to hear, “truce” because the western backed terrorists are losing. Putin (yes, that great big ogre who haunts your dreams) has tried to stall the truce until after Aleppo has been freed of the DAESH scum, but he was then accused(as you must well know) of procrastinating and extending the war, when in fact, that is exactly… Read more »
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No peace, no reason, no mercy, no deals. Death!

https://youtu.be/iz6a4WkKJn0
Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, ?

South Front - International Military Review - Syria, Feb. 12, 2016
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South Front - International Military Review - Syria, Feb. 12, 2016

South Front – International Military Review – Syria, Feb. 12, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RIvpEOAhKY
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Ziad, much appreciated for the details, that video was fishy from day 1, folks running had no weapons thus not firing back, it was as you just said, an execution.

There are some news arriving that the allied forces after breaking nusrats defenses at the quarries SW of Nbul & Al Zahraa, which basically gave fire control over Bayanoon, are now advancing to flank the terrorists in their heartland…Rayyan and Anadan. The village of Tamourah may be stormed at any hour.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=36.319413&lon=37.010880&z=13&m=b

https://twitter.com/Syria_Rising/status/698050903736197120

https://twitter.com/Syria_Rising/status/698080961913843712

https://twitter.com/Syria_Rising/status/698105224687390720

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Most important things are less noticable. Silence in western media about capture of this lifeless hills. But top news in russian top media outlet:
http://ria.ru/syria_chronicle/20160212/1373374608.html

This is nature of military science. Sometimes a Hill worth more than a town beneath.

Canthama
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That is true indeed. Should you follow the wikimap on Mount Simeon, by the Afrin Kurds border line or through it, it gives a way for the allied forces to cut the Bab al Hawa Syria-Turkey border crossing, that would be huge if done, by far the two busiest border crossing were Azaz (cut and basically done) and Bab al Hawa, without both, the Al Qaeda Turkish allies are dead in the water. The quarry was a first step, it remains to be seen whether the allied forces will cut through Kurdish lines or going around it, going around may… Read more »
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I must become proficient in the Russian alphabet. It just makes me smile every time I look at a Russian sentence – all capitals, a B sitting there on its own and words beginning with 3, the reverse Ns and R and so on. A little bit of effort and any one can recognise that cnopt means sport!

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In fact it isn’t used only by Russia the Bulgarians use it too (with few differences).

Anon
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That traitor lavrov must be killed to save russia.
That traitor lavrov has been tslkibg of anglos language and agenda wheever russia side is winning.
He has talked of ceasefire to give respite to western terrorists.

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Yes, Russia betrayed Syria. Iran too. It’s all scam. SU-24 fallen because pilots were drunk (russian cant fly without vodka). Russian airstrikes hit only kindergardens (with little bearded children with toy AK47s). Assad will fall in six month. All syrian rebels have Phd. in history of democracy. When they attack Assad thugs they scream “For George Washington Type of Constitution”!

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Yea and ofcourse if they die, they reapper in special Democratic heaven and get a chance to have intellectual debate with 72 founding fathers.

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Rus, that was a classic answer, well done!

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Russians like lavrov betray themselves just in donbass minks 2 just in non supply of s300 when needed desperately by iran and syria , non warning to anglos not to fly in syrian soace when only russia is invited by real govt, foolish insistence of idiot lavrov for ceasefire and talk when victory is still distNce and when the western terrorists are on back foot. If it is not treachery then what is ? At keast the parasitic anglos stick by their evil barbarian stooges like sUdis and rurks no matter what. Lavrov always changes tune to what pleases western… Read more »
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Anon……

That’s right jihadi……Lavrov is a traitor…….and he has everybody fooled,, including Putin……..everyone that is ……..except YOU!

Well spotted…lol

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Anan, you come accross as the typical hot headed “Arab” not saying you are but you do come across that way.
You see Russians are Europeans and they fight like Europeans, Also the SAA entire leadership corps were trained in the USSR so they fight like a European Army, that is why the Libya model did not work in Syria, Syrians did not react like hot headed , ignorant tribes, they reacted as a unified nation under a unified leadership and military command. This is what Hillary Clinton and Robert ford DID NOT understand- that Syria is not Lybya.

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as if europeans are that civilised-you msut be delusional man.
esepcailly anglos would do all trickery and cheating to win while here russia is at cusp of major win for assad then to please those anglo enemis the russians foreing misnter talks of ceasefire -he is not only incompetent but also a traitor just like many in russian govt.
putin is too weak to sort out such traitors inside cabinet.

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Leroy: George Patton said that, ‘Russia is not the eastern most extent of Europe, but the western most outpost of Asia.’ I quite often think he was right. They have given up attacking in columns of armies, but that just makes them smart, not European.

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HAHAHAAHA, Awesome answer. You made my day.

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It’s not a time for a laugh, my barbaric persian ally! Through a vodka fumes I can smell that we have avakened the beast. Forget psy-ops by inferior sub-human jews and cia. This level of argumentation, grammar and a deep strategic plot to cause break up of our allience – i am afraid we a the first victrims of a SAUDI INTELLIGENCE (did you know that such a thing existed in our universe ?!?!?!) operation. This superhuman intelligence officer has an IQ higher than room temperature, so I am guessing it’s a Saudi Royal family member! Stop… I need to… Read more »
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For a Change try some Bordeaux, or Bordashka! and read Marlinsky’s Mulla Nur!

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Strategy my friend , strategy, Lavrov is buying time for the Generals on the ground, Negotiations and cease fires buys plenty of time- get it now? See the strategy now?

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Buy time for what? We have them absolutely reeling now. We should deliver the knockout blow. You don’t make truces when you’re winning and dampen your momentum. No armed group should be excluded from hostilities. This truce effectively excludes the FSA. That is outrageous because I have a feeling it will be permanent vis a vis the FSA.

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No rush. There is no need to rush anything. The enemy has all the arms they can carry and need, but they do NOT have new recruits. My campaign is paying off there also!

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This is not only about winning its about control of the narrative. Russia calls a cease-fire Turkey and Saudi Arabia will refuse to abide by it and the Syrian Army continues killing foreign invading scum. Everyone wins, except Turkey and Saudi of course;)

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Putin is a Libra.
I know something about the Libra I can NOT share with any of you.
You all know I deeply desire the thermonuclear war.
So I can not share this information about astrology.

Edward
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Khosrow, Leroy gave some good advice as to what the Russians are doing. If you would take stock of how little equipment the Russians actually have and are using in Syria, and how depleted the SAA is, with millions of their people scattered around the world instead of being in their military fighting for their country, with 5 years of continual war, then the smartest thing to do with what little one has to work with is to buy the time needed while things are being set up for that “knock out blow” that you are wanting to see. Yes,… Read more »
Thucydides
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Exactly!

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I found this, from, Debka, the best explanation of the subtleties of the so-called truce. No need to flame me: At the end of hours of debate in Munich, US Secretary of State John Kerry announced early Friday, Feb. 12, that the US, Russia and other powers had agreed to a “cessation of hostilities” in Syria’s civil war to take place next week and immediate humanitarian access to besieged areas. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov added: The cessation would go into effect next Friday, Feb. 19 but, he stressed, “terrorist” groups would continue to be targeted. Possibly for the first… Read more »
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Dacian, the US and Russia agree as to helping the Kurds set up some form of gov’t status which is going to make Turkey react to BOTH the US and Russia so they are kind of forced to work out the other details of their individual strategies in Syria. I read a report where the 2 helicopters that killed 24 Marines and the pilots were helping the Kurds and Turkey “shot them in the back” just as they did Russia. The airstrikes in Aleppo the other day by 2 American planes A-10s, struck at least seven Turkish “command and control”… Read more »
Thucydides
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You are mistaken.
The American criminal corrupt elite does not care about military personal.
None of the politicians have children in the military.

“Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy.”

– Henry Kissinger

Explains also why they (North-American politicians and generals) make so much mess in the world and are mere lackeys for the London/Paris Rothschild’s (bankers).

“A nation that makes a great distinction between its scholars and its warriors will have its laws made by cowards and its wars fought by fools.”

– Sir William Francis Butler (misattributed to Thucydides online)

Edward
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Sorry Thuc, I know my military better than you, maybe you need to come back to earth instead of spending so much time star gazing!? There ARE some very Patriotic US military commanders and they know what is really going on. And as some have pointed out on this forum, there is a split in the US gov’t between various factions with them competing against each other. I’m hoping that the top mil dogs get enough of Barry the Fairy and arrest the illegal alien Monkey King and all of his kike enablers and handlers. This is going to be… Read more »
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I read this story as well about 12 marines in a chopper going from Ayn al-Asad Airbase on their way to Iraqi kurdistan to resupply the kurds(YPG), being shot down by a turkish jet..
Sorcha faal is the source.
Who knows..the turks have certainly acted irratically lately.
The Pentagon is far from a homogeneous entity and there really is an internal war going on there.
Lavrov and Kerry do seem to be getting along in Munich as well.
We shall see.

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South Front - Syrian Army liberates Mount Simeon after 3.5 years
South Front – Syrian Army liberates Mount Simeon after 3.5 years After 3.5 years the Syrian Armed Forces have finally reentered Mount Simeon in the northwestern countryside of the Aleppo Governorate It is reported that, today the Syrian Arab Army, National Defense Forces (NDF), and Iraqi paramilitary units are advancing through the northern Aleppo countryside. According to battlefield reports, the Syrian Arab Army and its allies have captured several sites from the terrorist after the ceasefire agreement was announced by the U.S. and Russia in Munich today. A battlefield reporter said that the Syrian Army and their allies had taken… Read more »
Canthama
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As teevee said earlier, there is a race toward Raqqa, but it has been very hard to locate places and advances, wikimapia is quite empty on names and locations in this desert area, but some folks are managing to produce early maps and locations, the following wikimapia is the most likely position until yesterday, the advance has been on the main road Homs-Raqqa and the forces on the ground are securing hills protecting their flanks and logistics, the empty desert has nothing and nobody.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=35.417034&lon=37.909012&z=12&m=b

https://twitter.com/islamicworldupd/status/698070074280833024

More maps will pop up soon. This is key offensive on going.

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I remember General Fucking Cunt.

pm
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Saudi General Wishsh Kus?
(pardon my Arabic!)

Frank Reitzenstein
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I see is that it? Ziad was too shy. As you can see I’m not.

pm
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Is it the Australian or the German in you, or both?

Frank Reitzenstein
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The dangerous mix is probably being educated & working class, not to forget genetically a military class and artistic, with a lack of respect for the classes themselves.

No doubt German & Aussie do little to alleviate the problem.

South Front - Negotiations on Syria: Delaying the Invasion
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South Front – Negotiations on Syria: Delaying the Invasion On February 11th in Munich, Germany, prior to the traditional security summit, will hold international talks on Syria. In particular, there will be meeting of the international support of Syria group with the participation of representatives of the United States, China, the United Nations and Russia. In addition, bilateral meetings will have place. The Minister for Foreign Affairs of Russia, Sergey Lavrov, will meet with the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini and US Secretary of State John Kerry. On the eve of the summit, Russia… Read more »
Anon
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Lavrov is a traitor and with su h people Russia is doomed ?
Would west have been talking of ceasefire in similar situation of winning the battles ? Certainly not
Lavrov undermines rhe military achievement of russia and of assad.

Carter
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I do hope the so-called ceasefire does not allow the terrorists a respite so they can re-arm and re-group. They must be relentlessly destroyed.

Go SAA! Go Russia!

Greetings and best wishes from London, England.

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Carter: I’ll sail for that!

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“syrian rebels” = terrorism

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“neocon” = israel lobby

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Canthama
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A lot of actions today in several fronts and yet it seems it will continue for several hours. 1) NW Aleppo, the advance toward the quarries are paying dividends already, allied forces reported to have being fighting inside Tamourah. This is a small village but liberating it gives the allied forces an entry point to Anadan from the north and Hayyan-Bayanoon Industrial area, both poorly defended by the terrorists since they always expected a front assault from Aleppo. It could be another similar maneuver that created the possibilities to lift the siege to Nbul and Al Zahraa so fast. Worth… Read more »
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Syrian forces are moving fast toward Raqqa, Tal Madakhah liberated, the road to Tabqa airbase is just few kms away, as well as lots of oil & gas wells.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=35.537255&lon=38.379707&z=13&m=b

https://twitter.com/islamicworldupd/status/698070074280833024

R
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CANTH–by what i see they are @20 miles from the base–but i do not know if there are many villages in between.Time seems to be of the essence ahead of these “peace” talks and IMO they will not happen immediately.One good thing will be -that if there is a temp halt in areas that are surrounded–then a major shift of troops is possible………

Canthama
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R, definitively not many villages til Tabqa airbase. The risk in fighting in the desert is the trade off : speed vs flank protection. So far the SAA/NDF and Hizballah are advancing with care and protecting the hills facing the highway. The hardwares I saw under the allied force are highly mobile, pick ups etc…but there must be tanks, saw once a pic o T90 being transported to east Hama. All in one, we should expect continuos progress until the oil rigs are reached and the villages closer to Tabqa. On the other side, if you look on the map,… Read more »
FHTEX
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Canthama, your reporting is musci to my ears … keep up the good work!

Canthama
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Map from the liberated villages in eastern Hama, nice close up where one can clearly see where ISIS held villages are located east of Salamiyah. It says mostly locals took the villages back, maybe he refers to NDF.

https://twitter.com/Syria_Protector/status/698184956946878464

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South Front – 12.02.2016 Crisis News

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdlsJmB24ug
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Canthama
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Map and video from the places liberated by the allied forces north of Tamourah, many dead Turkish backed nusrats. Fight inside the village now.

https://twitter.com/Souria4Syrians/status/698135847711985666

Canthama
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The Saudi backed terrorists in Syria said no to the Munich plan….it seems all of what was needed has been done to the global public the needed change of the “moderate” label set by the MSM and Western countries to “arrogant gangs” in order to secure the rights to bomb them all to hell.
What a master piece of diplomatic trap by the ingenious Russians (Putin and Lavrov) and Iranians, hats off to them. Interesting aspect is that KSA signed the Munich paper….hypocrites.

https://twitter.com/EjmAlrai/status/698130724486979584

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Amen Canthama, it is about the 4+1 gaining more control of the narrative. They knew Turkey and Saudi would not abide by the ceasefire since their allies are the terrorists. Now the Russians have isolated them more. As you said a master diplomatic trap.

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Ok so let me get this bullshit ceasefire straight: we can no longer target the FSA deserters and traitors, but we can only target ISIS, JN, Ahrar, etc. This is horseshit! There was no need for this. The only reason for this is that Russia doesn’t want Syria and Iran to achieve total victory! Russia, like the US is scared of a powerful and dominant Iran possibly clashing with its interests in the Caspian area, etc. A total victory in Syria would empower Iran so much, and Russia doesn’t want that.

Anon
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Lavriv is a stupid loose mouth a nd a traitor to russia.
He is not only harming russia and iran but also doing the dirty works of anglosaxon parasites who plotted syrian war in london.
Time to bomb london and get rid of lavrov types by hanging hin publicly.

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When the IDF psyops start to say this:

“Time to bomb London and get rid of Lavrov types by hanging him publicly.”

I know my propaganda is doing its work. I am mind controlling the IDF psyops now.

https://youtu.be/ycE863jRA9Q
Uri Geller is bending spoons.

https://youtu.be/mnTi2wMGJDU
Mutant Magneto is bending the Golden Gate bridge of San Francisco.

https://youtu.be/iz6a4WkKJn0
And I can release the Genies of Death. Thermonuclear weapons.
Thucydides + Dr. Strangelove + Sith Lord mind = thermonuclear war.

Anon
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Russia is a master in freezing any conflict rather than solving it even when victory is with in her reach.then that victiry ua snatched from her mouth despite all military power of Russia. This is what traitors like lavrov do to russia. Russia never has any game -she does know the end point which she should reach in any conflict. She just reacts having no plan of her own. Even then she does not learn from history or even present behaciour of her enemy which is england.instead of making preparation to nuke england out of existence russia is soenong herpower… Read more »
teevee
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Com’on buddy, you know better than that, that’s not the case, there is no total victory here. The enemy has many cards to play too. We scored a great blow the enemy went to his knees but to say he is totally out is not true. They can start an insurgency in Northern Lebanon, they can create another crisis somewhere and start attacking Syrian held territory. They can create crisis for Russia somewhere else. We are winning but this “all or nothing” is not the right answer for now. Maybe after Raqqa?

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Lavrov’s proposal is simple and elegant, like so many works of genius.

Kerry’s role is to follow the plan and take credit for it if it works. The MSM will make sure of that.

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Subtlety :

The quality or state of being subtle. Something subtle, especially a nicety of thought or a fine distinction………..is wasted on some posters here.

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Get out of here with this subtelty crap. What are you talking about? If you believe for one second that Iran and Syria have exactly the same interests as Russia, you’re a fool. Russia doesn’t want Syria and Iran to achieve total victory, because why would they need Russia then? You understand? Rusdia wants to have an eternal market for its weapons and it also wants to keep Iran from getting too powerful. That’s why the fucking S300 has STILL not been delivered to Iran. The oldest lesson in geopolitics s to never ever ever ever ever trust Russia.

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As I’ve asked before – “Has Iran actually needed the S300s in the past few years?”. Your criticism of Russia labels you a hotheaded idiot – assuming you aren’t being as devious as Anon above.

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Actually Anon is so obvious, he isn’t devious, just stupid.

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Are are you insane? For the past 15 years Iran has been under threat of attack from the United States and Israel. And you’re telling me it had no need for the S 300. You’re delusional. I don’t think you grasp the fact that possession of the S 300 would have given Iran complete protection and complete assurance against air attack from a foreign threat. that is precisely why Russia did not provide this weapon to Iran because they feared Iran would gain such strategic leverage that its role in the region could challenge Russia’s own interests in areas such… Read more »
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Russia should deliver the S300, 400 and 500 asap to Iran.
Also 100 x 50 mega ton thermonuclear hydrogen bombs.

pm
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Khosrow, would the S300s have stopped the sanctions against Iran?
Would the S300s have resulted in the sanctions being ended sooner?
Are there targets that the s300s could have hit, had they been supplied?

Syrian NOT Arab February 12th, 2016 at 5:01 PM, quotes President Al-Assad saying

“… the Russians treat us with great respect. They do not treat us as a superpower dealing with a minor state, but as a sovereign state dealing with a sovereign state. …”

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So who do you trust, Khosrow?

I don’t trust anyone, but at least I can see some sense in the Russian actions, which more than I can say for the UK and our puppeteers.

As for geopolitics, this is at present a staggering triumph for Russian military projection and diplomacy, but I wouldn’t want Russian global dominance any more than US, European or Chinese. Let’s all try to get along together with a bit of mutual respect, terrorists excepted.

Khosrow
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@PM The two issues are not exactly symmetrical. Iran and Russia had a contract for the S300, which Iran fulfilled, and Russia did not. Therefore, Russia actually PARTICIPATED in the sanctions against Iran, instead of ignoring the sanctions and helping its ally. What an ally.

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Syria should trust Iran and Iraq only. We are the regional brothers, the backbone, we’re three leaves on the same branch. Be wary if outsiders from Europe. Whether Eastern Europe, or Western.

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s300 is “trump” card in game where are involved US, Israel and all other evildoers. “trump” card is valid and has meaning unitl is droped on table.

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this is what I wrote in 2007. 2007 Does RUSSIA NOT REALIZE THAT IF EVER IRAN IS ATTACKED AND DEFEATED BY USA ATHEN RUSSIA WILL LOSE ALL STATUS AND PRESTIGE OF EVEN THIRD RATE PWOER INT HE WORLD AND THEN NO COUNTRY WILL BE WIILING TO BE ON SIDE OF RUSSIABECAUSE EVERYONE WANTS TO BE WITH A STRONG SCOUNTRY WHO CAN ORDER AND MANAGE THE AGENDA AS AMERICA IS TRYING TO DO AND THEN RUSSIA WILL BE =DESTROYED AS IS THE VERY INSTEDSION OF USA? RUSSIA MUST NOT LET USA SCORE3 ANY MORE POINT ANYWHERE LET ALONE IN IRAN OTHERWISE… Read more »
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2008

Mr. Putin -there is not much time left. Anglosaxon pirate race like English and Americans are spreading their evil design like wild fire on this world, 2020 is too late. Russia has to prepare for coming world war 3 imposed on it by England and run by USA. Russia must ally with China and Germany to destroy England the primary seat of evil and satan.

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You fools. You said these bankers want a world war. They want a thermonuclear war. I am waiting for 12 months now. Show me the money! Put me near a thermonuclear weapon and I will detonate it within 1 second. No matter where I am.

Thucydides
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That Rothschild fool wants a TITLE in real life!
What a delusional fool.
He wants to be called Lord Rothschild.
Dumbass. Weakness. He is not going to start a thermonuclear.
He is a coward.

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Im sure there is a good reason for the Russians not delievering those systems to Iran yet..

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Lavrov is a stupid loose mouth a nd a traitor to russia.
He is not only harming russia and iran but also doing the dirty works of anglosaxon parasites who plotted syrian war in london.
Time to bomb london and get rid of lavrov types by hanging hin publicly.

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Every time you act this stupid you get my link! I bet you stop soon!

https://youtu.be/iz6a4WkKJn0
Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, ?

https://youtu.be/POdknqszMDY
Lavrov, no deals, no peace, no reason, no mercy, DEATH!!!
500 mega ton thermonuclear power will rain down on London.

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Good news,Canthama, go ahead! That God bless the Syrian Army. abç.

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The so-called “cessation of hostilities” is more double speak for the “continuation of hostilities” by the terrorist coalition against Syria. In the agreement, the US wants to delineate areas under ISIS control vs under other factions control to prevent the Russians from bombing anyone but ISIS. This is an attempt to save all of the forces around Aleppo from the imminent victory of Syria and her allies. At the same time, the delineation will set out the regions that the Jordanians, Saudis, Turks, Emirates and others will be allowed to invade under the guide of “fighting ISIS”. What they really… Read more »
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Meant to say that the delineation of areas of control for the ceasefire is basically an attempt to create a no-fly zone over Syria by agreement with the US and Russia without the cost of having to enforce one, but with the help of Saudi, Emirate, Jordanian and Turk airforces. This is the de facto partitioning of Syria and the creation of a Sunni state to divide Syria from Iraq and to connect Turkey with Jordan and Saudi with a Sunni wall. Once isolated, Israel will attack Hezbollah and Syria will be attacked in the process. This war will not… Read more »
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But you can never trust the russian foreign office to look after rusdian interests or of her allies.

Thucydides
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IDF psyops.

teevee
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Good post, good analysis. That’s why we must win Mosul and Raqqa.

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Good analysis, SyrianNA. You always think very deeply and clearly. I am uneasy about the ceasefire, for the reasons you point out. The goal of partitioning Syria has been Israel’s strategy from day one. Despite the good help they have given, I have always been uneasy about Russia’s role. Previously, I was appalled by the way they sold out Libya. And I was very .nervous when Putin went to meet the Israelis, all chummy with them, just when the Russian campaign in Syria was starting. Has he assured them that this is another way of achieving the partition? With the… Read more »
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Littlebat…….change your name to Chicken Little.

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This version makes more sense. It was an execution of unarmed people by the Jeffersonian “freedom fighters” of USA fighting against Syria. But Leith Fadel wrote some nonsense about it. http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/ndf-offensive-inside-tal-kurdi-ends-in-disaster/ NDF offensive inside Tal Kurdi ends in disaster However, the offensive did not go as planned for the pro-government forces; instead, it ended in disaster, as over 25 militiamen were gunned down by the well-prepared Jaysh Al-Islam (Army of Islam) militants that were videotaped firing off rounds of ammunition towards the PLA and NDF fighters running in the open field. The Tal Kurdi offensive was not only poorly executed,… Read more »
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SAA captures a small area [Dead bodies everywhere. Graphic]
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=80c_1455291533

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This is the quarries SW of Nbul and Al Zahraa. So far all media has downplayed it, maybe it is best this way. Some possible implications for this allied forces move IMHO : 1) approaching the key terrorist held breeders Anadan, Hayyan and Bayanoon, front the back doors, defenses are stronger on the easter side, facing Aleppo and Bashkuy, not facing the Kurds. It could be a repeat of the move to lift the siege of Nbul and Al Zahraa. 2) Looking at the map, it is impossible to advance in those hills without an agreement with the YPG and… Read more »
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In the first section 0:01 to 0:10, the dead takfiris are in a guardpost largely made out of large white sacks marked STCT in green and red. Are these likley to be cement sacks? Knowing how the takfiris operate, I wouldn’t surprised if they were sacks of flour.

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Yonatan, not a clue, but there were a lot of them there, must be something local, as you said cement bags from the quarries.

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Canthama
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teevee, this is a good article, surprisingly balanced and quite honest. The GCC war in Yemen was not about Iran, that is the cheap excuse and everybody in Yemen knows about it. KSA always wanted a Yemen that they could control with money, the fact that there was a revolution that was somehow against KSA will, then crushing this revolution had to happen, a Bahrain revolution on steroids for KSA. There is little doubt that controlling Yemen means controlling the Bab el Mandeb strait, it is very strategic point for all Europe and why not global trading. KSA did not… Read more »
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for safety of the world and real security UN msut be retired forcibly and rujssia alogn with china,iran etc must start new itnernational order.

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The pipeline they are talking about was supposed to part of a bridge from Aden to Djibouti. It was supposed to connect the Arabian peninsula to Africa and be complete with internet cables, oil/gas, land bridge and possible high-speed rail. However, rather than benefit Yemen it was supposed to for the benefit of the oil sheikhs.

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These fools are risking losing their capitals London/Paris.

Canthama
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Brother Mike, thanks for the info, you got me thinking a lot about it and for that I truly appreciated. A single gas pipeline from KSA to Yemen and the African horn makes sense for KSA indeed, smaller extra gas output in the southern Provinces, “new” customers etc…but certainly limited market to Qatari’s immense gas field that shares with Iran… But…a pipeline through Yemen then to Sudan makes a lot of sense when one looks toward a much larger and profitable end market…any pipeline must be built under friendly territory since it is a long lasting and easy to blow… Read more »
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The Jaysh Al-Islam terrorists that murdered these prisoners is the “moderate opposition” that Washington and London are so desperate to save.

They need to be exterminated, every last one of them.

Greetings and best wishes from London, England.

Thucydides
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The masterminds behind this war are living in glass houses.
So it will be easy to return the favor for their chosen enemies.

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Transcript of exclusive AFP interview with Syria’s Assad (SyrPer crew: if you find the full interview, please post the link to the full video) Damascus, Syria | AFP | Friday 2/12/2016 – 18:46 GMT In the following AFP interview with Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, the questions were asked in French and he replied in Arabic. Question 1: How do you feel when you see tens of thousands of your citizens starving, running away from hunger, from their areas which are being shelled by your Russian allies, and trying to cross the borders to Turkey? And how do you feel when… Read more »
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All of these questions represent the Turkish position. France is clearly in bed with Turkey, as usual. This means just as in WWI, and subsequent to WWI, the French are using a conflict to negotiate special privileges with Turkey. Assad said the constitution will determine the autonomy of the Kurds, he will not decide. This leaves the door open, but he is mistaken that the Kurds are a Syrian component when they fly their own flags, when they call a part of sovereign Syria “Rojava” (Western Kurdistan), and when they take arms against Syrians and the Syrian state, including for… Read more »
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Have you ever heard of the idea of using honey rather than vinegar to get what you want? And I think we need a new category or two, Sane and Insane. What you are proposing is Insane. Let’s deport Kurds to Iran. How about Damascus try to do everything possible to make Moscow and Tehran happy instead? And getting into historical wrongs is an endless and pointless issue. There is no official Kurdish voice that could make you happy, just as there is no voice that would make any difference for the actions of some Arab or perhaps Persian against… Read more »
Thucydides
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No need to rebuild Syria.
Keep sending refugees into the EU!
They started this mess, so now they can pay for these people ALL THEIR lives.
The refugees are for the EU, Australia, Canada and the USA.
These people should never ever work, make many children, teach their children not to work.
Vote on the most left/socialist parties.
And so we will destroy the fortunes of the elite.
And there shall be peace and order in the galaxy.

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Ok, Syria’s alternative is to ignite the Turk Kurd conflict and let them pummel each other. The Turks plan to drive 10-20 million Kurds into northern Iraq in any future conflict with Kurds to try to preserve their territory. Syria can be just like the Kurds and ally with the Turks then the next day just say “dont bring up the past, you will get farther with honey than vinegar.” Sounds good. Deny the genocide, deny justice, perpetuate hate and the conflict forever. In Islam, which the Kurds were using as justification for their jihad against Syrians, the concept of… Read more »
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You act like the Syrian government is strong. It was at risk of collapsing into a death spiral just six months ago. And now you talk about ending the Erdoghan government and then gaining revenge on the Kurds. How about getting food and water to half the country first? Or jobs, so millions can return. The reason I haven’t said anything about Kurdish claims of sovereignty or independence is mostly because I don’t feel qualified to talk about it. I like Switzerland, and think a form of government with maximum regional and local power is good. Is that best or… Read more »
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Lance, good, realistic and pragmatic. I totally agree.

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@Lance Germans were deported from what became Poland as punitive reparations to the Poles Turks were deported to correct the consequences of historical occupation so that Greece could restore its independence Same happened in the Balkans It is far more humane than the way those who were deported treated their victims. If you prefer to do what the other side did, then you propose genocide. The kurds are the onces claiming sovereignty on Syrian land after taking refuge from the Turks who double crossed them and after committing genocide against the Syrians, they have been treated far better than the… Read more »
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Moscow and Tehran are why Syria is alive today. Besides the great military help, the Syrian economy has been dead for a long time so food and money were given as well. If Iran doesn’t want Damascus expelling the Syrian Kurds to Iran, then it would be insane to try to do so. It is not about evil Kurdish acts in the past. They happened. The bigger problem is their acts in this war. Just be practical, unlike some insane places like KSA. If Damascus is going to give all kinds of amnesties to the Sunni lunatics who fought against… Read more »
Thucydides
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They all have a common enemy => London/Paris bankers (Rothschild).
Even the Turks have this enemy today. They had this enemy at Gallipoli in WW1.

https://youtu.be/5hfEBupAeo4
All wars are London bankers wars.

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Armenians did not come to Syria to kill Syrians but to take shelter from the very same genocide committed by the Turks and tgeir Kurdish and Circassian allies. The Armenians fight under the Syrian flag to defend the country that sheltered them. The Kurds raise their swords against Syrians every chance tgey get and declare Syria and Syrian personal property Kurdish and no amount of killing, stealing and lies has bern enough to renounce their ways. In fact, Kurds have only been emboldened by the success of their genocide against Syrians. They declared war on Syrians but you do not… Read more »
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I think you have lost grips with the reality of big-league geopolitics. You and I do not know what Tehran and Moscow are planning regarding the Kurds, but the idea that they want a big war involving them is questionable. They both want to see their economies improve, and more long war in the Middle East will not lead to a good economy. Another issue is that war is inherently unpredictable – just ask Erdoghan and his visit to Damascus. You only get to choose how to start a war, not how to finish it. A lot of intelligent folks… Read more »
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Lance, You’re spot on, again I totally agree.

anon
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why do thse western sc–m not feel anythign about the civilain casualties in donbass and when isis was allowed to spread in last 3 years?
why this humanitarian aid fraud comes up in UNO only when the western terrorists are on back foot?or losing thier war/

Thucydides
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IDF psyops.

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Anon:
(or Apna) ..whatever…
You asked, “why this humanitarian aid fraud comes up in UNO only when the western terrorists are on back foot?”
Here’s your answer:
In just ONE WEEK [February 4-11], Russian airforces performed 510 combat sorties engaging 1,888 terrorists’ objects in the provinces of Aleppo, Latakia, Hama, Deir ez-Zor, Daraa, Homs, Hasakah, Raqqah.

Keep your head down, Apna / Anon !

https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/

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The war in Syria is over. Run off to the EU and live another day! https://youtu.be/cbvdzQ7uVPc – free money, 1500 dollars a month (might take some time because to many came already so they try to discourage people now, but eventually you will get all the benefits) – hunt – play soccer – play online games – date and love blonde women – make many children (more children, more money, in some remote parts of Sweden/Norway you get up to 5 subsidies a month for 1 child, special arrangements, why you think I will make 10 children once I live… Read more »
South Front - 12.02.2016 Crisis News
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South Front – Map – Syrian forces liberate 2 villages from ISIS in Hama Province

The pro-government forces have liberated the villages of Amun and Jub as Sa’d from ISIS militants

http://southfront.org/map-syrian-forces-liberate-2-villages-from-isis-in-eastern-salamiyah-hama/
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South Front - Syrian troops battle-test latest Kalashnikovs
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South Front – Syrian troops battle-test latest Kalashnikovs The main individual firearm in the Syrian Arab Army and other Syrian forces was the famous AK-47/AKM, made in USSR, China, Eastern Europe, including teh Hungarian and Yugoslav clones. In the early ’90s, Syria acquired a small batch of AK-74M rifles. They were used by elite formations and did not trickle down to the army’s main forces. Therefore the Syrian forces had to cope with the international terrorists’ aggression using the decades-old AK-47, AKM, and Type 56. Syria spent decades preparing for a confrontation with its main rival, Israel, therefore assembled considerable… Read more »
Thucydides
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The Russians had some great tactics in the Ukraine.
But in Syria it is more hills and flat grounds and less foliage (trees/bushes/grass).
Would be interesting to read one day how this war on the ground level was played out.

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A THUCYDIDES POST – by Ozskeptic! Despite Global Economy Plummeting into Despair, Mega Banks Boast All-Time Record Profits! “The U.S. banking industry earned net income of $163.63 billion in 2015, the highest net income of any year in the SNL bank regulatory database, which dates back to 1991… The largest four banks, JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Bank of America NA, Wells Fargo Bank NA and Citibank NA together earned 42.7% of the industry’s income in 2015.” http://blacklistednews.com/ It’s the same in Australia .. same in Europe, same all over the ‘Democratic’ world. Nuke the bankers! London may be an appealing… Read more »
Thucydides
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Korea will deal with the USA.
Have some faith in Kim Jones and the peoples temple of Korea.

http://wordpress.catholicapedia.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/1384826879000-1489365.jpg

Thucydides
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2 million female sex workers in South-Korea last 50 years giving services to American soldiers.
I think the North-Koreans are shamed by the behavior of those PIMPS in South-Korea.
They will have no mercy with them I predict.
This will be an interesting century!

Thucydides
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“””Nuke the bankers! London may be an appealing target Thucy, but New York looks a much better choice to me.”””

Legally you are not allowed to say it like that.
So you must add a third party.
Russia will nuke the bankers. Or, the Arabs will nuke the bankers. Like making a prediction, prophecy.

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If you say so. LOL!
I am new to predictions and my record is not so good with racehorses and such. Anyway, here’s an attempt:

“Pakistan will nuke the London bankers with their newly acquired arsenal of US war planes, to protest bank seizures of struggling curry shops in Birmingham.”

Am I a seer yet, Thucy?

Thucydides
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I studied law for 5 years on the university.
They have a hard time with me.
I must have made 10.000 comments and went over the line maybe 10 times.
Apparently not enough ammunition for them right now for prosecution.
But it is unwise to anger me.
I know how to destroy a complete oil rig for less then 100 dollars and kill 50.000 people for less then 100 dollars.
I am a true Sith Lord now.

Thucydides
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I must NOT write Doomsday book!
I must NOT write Doomsday book!
I must NOT write Doomsday book!
I must NOT write ….

Courage for evil deeds! I am a very happy many knowing I can be omnipotent. Destroyer of worlds. Yet I do not desire so. For now.

Thucydides
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“Am I a seer yet, Thucy?”

Lets focus on the good things in this world and produce something of value to make life a wonderful thing for so many people.
The war is Syria is over, and soon it will end.
I have only GOOD plans in reality.
I am just fooling around, doing propaganda and waking up some fools.
Maybe it helped.

LittleBat
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There is only one thing to be done, with noxious weeds and bankers, and that is to poison the lot of them.

Thucydides
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Victory over the bankers can only be achieved through the death of millions, maybe even billions.

“Great victories are only achieved through the costs of many human lives.”

“Great victories inevitably require high casualties.”

– Zhukov

There is no other way on planet earth.

Russian Press Briefing - February 11, 2016 - English Subs
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Russian Press Briefing – February 11, 2016 – English Subs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ar_mCyaYP5g
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SYRIA — MILIARY AND POLITICAL OPERATIONS
by Mikhail Leontyev
“Our president has clearly stated the problem – protection and restoration of a legitimate state in the region. And it has to be initiated in Syria, which is now the reference point of the conflict. Syria is a ‘kill switch’, preventing the collapse of the entire region into chaos. And Russia has decided to keep the ‘switch’ working as nobody else, it appears, can do it.”
http://www.voltairenet.org/article190237.html
— are you paying attention, Beltway Satans?

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Thylacine: Further to your excellent post and apologies to all for the overlong post, which I try to avoid – MONKEY BUSINESS! The Syrian charade now proceeds under a vague “cessation of hostilities” – which is not a ceasefire – to be implemented within a week. Further on down the road, as this is the real world, “hostilities” will inevitably resume. As Mr Lavrov has stressed multiple times, “we made proposals on implementing a ceasefire, quite specific ones.” And yet Washington and the Saudi-Turkish combo relented. A frightened, cornered House of Saud – with its remote-controlled “moderate rebel” gaggle being… Read more »
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Ziad, thank you for investigating the back story of that tape – very distressing to see such a massacre – prisoners forced to run the gauntlet. Killing prisoners is the special human rights abuse of the war on Syria.

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Little Bat
I too thank Ziad for investigating …. and greetings to you.
Unfortunately, the only human rights abuse that will be investigated by the UN is the Russian bombing of Aleppo.
(not that it will change the course of natural justice being hammered down on the rats on behalf of all humanity)
Regards…

LittleBat
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Greetings Oz. Love reading your posts.

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Great site, blog, articles: Great Ziad and 99% of comentators!
Long live Siria and sirians!
Best regards
VDC

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VDC
Agreed. VDC for Cesar!

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WHERE HAVE ALL THE CHECHENS GONE? (… long time passing) Chechen commander Abu Omar al-Shishini recruited British jihadi executioner Mohammed Emwazi, and is now believed to be one of world’s most wanted terrorists. According to local intelligence, the ‘ginger Georgian’ arrived in the ISIS stronghold of Sirte in a 14 vehicle convoy last Monday night. Despite being reported to be dead, it appears the terrorist leader is still at large. ISIS commanders have been moving away from Syria to the African country as they front up to a barrage of airstrikes (they forgot to say ‘Russian’ airstrikes – Oz). Grisly… Read more »
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Sorry, forgot tom post link, now I’ve lost it!! (curses)
Too much cask red wine…..time for bed.
Hopefully more good news tomorrow
Who would have thought that Aleppo would be cut off just a few months ago?
No wonder the trolls are so pissed off with Russia!

Goodnight SyPers..

Thucydides
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They are also very angry at me.
I never told these Zionist fools to go live on a small spot and act like a mercenary force for Rothschild so he could fill his Swiss vaults with gold.
Dumbass Jews worshipping the golden calf made by Rothschild.

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LittleBat
Playing dead seems to be the ISIS way of avoiding undue attention. I think that a lot of these walking dead then retire for a while to Libya – the terrorists’ playground. Strange, how the bloody overthrow of the Libyan govt by NATO led to this – one would almost think that NATO itself is the sponsor of ISIS! … Shocker! What a thought … Terrible to think of the sufferings of the people of Sirte. From 2011 till today. Now, these terrorist foreigners are sentencing people to be tortured to death. Another person, reputed dead, who I never have… Read more »
Canthama
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Level 8 - Legatus Legionis
Canthama
I once saw a 2-3 years old video from a front line SAA/NDF soldier, in a trench, showing at a distance a nusrat flag, and he was talking to his cel and filming him saying that that flag was not Syria, he smelled a handful of dirt and said that is Syria and told the Syrians that moved toward the terrorism side to think about that and fight for that piece of sacred dirt called Syria. Syria is beyond a country or a culture, Syria is a melting pot for thousand of years, it is almost impossible to define Syria,… Read more »<