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Hubble bubble, toil and trouble.  Abracadabra, please and thank you.  Staffan De Mistura, practices the black arts at the United Nations.

“White people think they are so clever.  Clever to a fault.  When they can’t have their way through the front, they go through the back door.  And when they can’t open any doors, they just blow the house up.” Ziad A. Fadel from his “Compendium of Ziad’s Quotations” (Random House, 2017) 

Staffan De Mistura is no mystery to SyrPer.  He comes as the third in a short list of failures starting with Kofi Annan, and then, Lakhdar Brahimi.  All were complete flops.  In fact, SyrPer awarded Lakhdar Brahimi the annual Miguel De Cervantes Don Quixote Award for Tilting at Windmills in appreciation of his uselessness as a U.N. mediator for the Syrian crisis.  Yet, despite prior shortcomings and suspicious proclamations, the tag-team of Annan-Brahimi managed to establish one very serious fact on the ground:  you have to have the involvement of Russia to get anything done right.  And so, with Vladimir Putin in the saddle, much of the previous impediments to the convening of a conference to resolve the crisis were eliminated.

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Russia’s Marlboro Man incarnate.  I can hear the Elmer Bernstein theme song from the “Magnificent Seven” arranged by Serge Prokofiev.

So what were the impediments, you ask? Let’s list them:

1.  The Syrian Opposition, couched in the singular, belied the ugly truth that it was one “opposition”.  Instead, it was an oleo of groups and individuals motivated by the desire to oust the very popular president of Syria who just happened to be:

a.  Alawite (Although his religiosity won’t get him through the Pearly Gates)

b.  A Ba’athist (Secular and Pan Arab)

c.  Progressive (A real downer for dyed-in-the-wool Islamists)

d. Connected to Iran (Makes Zionists, Wahhabists and Qataris cringe)

e. Connected to Russia (Makes Americans and NATO-ists twitch uncontrollably)

f. Rich as Croesus. (Hey, he’s an Arab leader of an Arab country. What did you expect?)

g. Married to a gorgeous and superbly educated Syrian woman born in England. (This really miffs Erdoghan whose wife resembles a samovar)

h. Blue-eyed.  This is a major obsession with Obama.  “Huccum I don’t gots dem blue eyes?” Sorry Barack, it’s the Crusades.  You missed it.

And, then, there is the makeup of the opposition:

2.  The Syrian Opposition hates itself.  It would be nigh impossible to find one group or one individual who didn’t despise all the rest.  For example:

a.  Dr. Haitham Al-Mannaa’ considers all other groups terrorists.  All other groups think Al-Mannaa’ works for Dr. Assad. Nizaar Nayyoof, a left-leaning Alawite opposition activist and award winning non-entity, is suspected of being an Assad agent although he spent 10 years in a Syrian prison ostensibly, according to his enemies, to write a thesis on the penal system, a veritable sequel to “Shock Corridor”.  Then there’s Captain Kangaroo, a/k/a George Sabra who once led the ineptly named “National Coalition of Syrian Revolution and Opposition Forces” (NACOSROF) -well, isn’t that precious?  As a Christian communist, he mixes Antiochian Orthodox rituals with devil worship just to bide his time before his anticipated rise to power as the new president of Syria.  (He will be lucky if the Syrian Political Security Bureau lets him pick his preferred noose at his upcoming execution.)          

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George Sabra, seen here at his “penthouse” apartment in an Istanbul bordello courtesy of MIT’s Hakan Fidan.

b.  Then, there’s the hotelier opposition who get to stay in 5 star hotels in cities like Geneva, Istanbul, Cairo, Riyadh, Doha, Madrid, Paris and Newark.  Their lives are spent figuring out what they are going to do after Dr. Assad decides he’s going to run for his third term as president.  Haitham Al-Maalih, who has called for Dr. Assad’s execution, going so far as to promote the beheading of all the Assad children, must be planning a renewal of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” which he might successfully produce in Borneo.  Then there’s Ma`moun Al-Homsi, who famously pointed an accusatory index finger at an imaginary audience of Alawites, as he warned them of standing up and defending their country.  He certainly has a great future as Syria’s new Minister of Subterranean Hygiene.  Other Holiday Inn luminaries are:  Ghassan “Shitto” Hitto, Ahmad Al-Khateeb and the very forgettable Turkish matron, Suhair Al-Atassi,  whose future selling Avon cosmetics at the Reyanli Refugee Camp is virtually assured.

c.  But, there’s also the Saudi-Qatari-Raghead coalition of disgruntled anti-Iranian faux-Sunni Wahhabist blaspheming wigglers who perform any act, no matter how foul, to please their Arabian financiers.  These include such sedenterized grubs like Ahmad Jarbaa, a scion of the illustrious Shammar tribe which spans areas from Syria, Iraq to Jordan and Arabia.   For some reason, the white CIA goons in Langley thought he’d be just “nifty” as an on-site comprador, what his history as Syria’s reigning Super Pimp.   And, also, Kamaal Labwaani, who has made Occupied Palestine his new home as he grovels for jackbooted Zionist affection whilst snubbing his nose at Palestinians who could never have it so good.  Why he actually told the Mileikowski (Netanyahu) junta that he would “personally” turn over the Golan to them once Dr. Assad was overthrown.  Such dreams in the minds of such imbeciles.

And, there is the 3rd impediment which is an axis of nations committed to ousting the president of Syria because he trucks with the Iranians and has given Iran the go-ahead for its game-changing natural gas pipeline across Iraq to the Syrian coast.  The axis is made up of Saudi Arabia, the Zionist Obscenity and Turkey – a pretty formidable looking alliance but for the presence of the first member which has managed to boondoggle in a war against the poorest, and, yet, the most obdurate nation in the Arab World,  Yemen.  And we note, with much consternation – spiced with the usual venom – that each has found his own quagmire; the Turks in northern Syria with the PKK and the Zionists who are planning another dimwitted invasion of Lebanon to take on Hizbollah and, not to be neglected, Saudi Arabia for the reasons set forth herein-above.  Sounds like someone is planning his own big exit, doesn’t it?  Whatever the case, these nations have no interest in the success of the Geneva talks. To the contrary, they have every reason to scupper the talks.

The U.S. is struggling to keep the Saudis happy while not immersing itself in another foreign catastrophe.  Obama’s recent interview with the Atlantic Monthly said a lot about his vision for the U.S., even after he leaves office.  It seems the Obama Doctrine, using other people’s armies to accomplish American strategic interests, has given way to a more subtle form of isolationism.  Obama lambasted Cameron for the mess in Libya and virtually rubbed the Saudi’s snouts in their own ordure when he called them free-loaders.  Yet, while American-Saudi relations may have reached an all-time low, the U.S. has not given up on using chicanery to deflect any ridicule from their once beloved Wahhabist allies.

The U.S. actually convinced many of the “opposition” that the issue of Dr. Assad’s future – that is the presidency itself – was a critical part of the agenda and still up for grabs.  Muhammad ‘Alloosh, whose derelict brother was recently vaporized by the Syrian Air Force in the Ghouta, declared pompously on Thursday that no talks would be meaningful without the departure of Dr. Assad.  This was actually repeated, using different patter, by the U.N. mediator himself who started a rumor about presidential elections and a new constitution in the next 6 months.  The Syrian government, speaking through Foreign Minister Waleed Al-Mu’allim and the chief negotiator at the Geneva talks, Dr. Bashar Al-Ja’fari, quickly disabused the opposition of any such possibility.  Even the Russian team further dampened the atmosphere by reiterating a legalistic argument that only the Syrian people could decide the fate of their leader.

So, what does the U.S. do?  It begins to float another idea which discloses Washington’s (correction: Neo-Conservative Washington’s) real intent.  This is something we have written about before:  create new states as buffers against the economic expansion of Iran.  Since the first effort to destroy Syria’s government was a miserable failure, the U.S. has embarked on a new, oooh-so-clever plan:  Federalism!  Let’s chop up Syria into states which are self-governing with a sterile central government teetering-and-tottering on the margins of oblivion.  If the U.S. can get the parties to accept, for example, a United States of Syria, comprised of the State of Kurdistan, the State of Druzistan, the State of Alawistaan, the State of Turkomanistaan, the State of ISIS-Wahhabistan, Sunnistaan, Orthodoxistaan and Armenistaan, then, you manipulate the configurations of the states such that no Iranian oil gas line can cross any friendly territory.  Isn’t that unbelievably intelligent?  Wow.

De Mistura, like his predecessors, works for the United States and Europe.  Make no mistake about it, he advertises his occidental tastes by merely dressing every morning.  He knows who pays his fees and he’s not concealing his own collusion with John Kerry in kiting trial balloons at the conference to see if maybe one of them will endure.  So far, Dr. Ja’fari, has shot down each one.  Waleed Al-Mu’allim went even further and told the world that Dr. Assad’s presidency is a “red line”.

So, what  will the opposition do?  Gee, folks, I just don’t care.  And what will the Saudi apes do?  Ditto.  It appears that with no chance of achieving anything at the conference, the military option remains the only one.  All this will play out as the Syrian Army and Russian Air Force continue their massive onslaught against the only allies of Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Khazaristan who are killing Syrians:  the terrorists – ISIS and Alqaeda.  What a universe of hypocrisy for the United States and NATO in which Obama, Cameron and Hollande can wallow.  We know what you’re doing, De Mistura.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Read about a new Zionist-Turkish-Saudi security arc, and all without the U.S.:

http://thesaker.is/fundamentalism-on-the-rise-a-sunni-jewish-convergence/

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“De Mistura, like his predecessors, works for the United States and Europe. ”

No mention of Israel :/

Both the US and Europe now serve Zionism, so who…whom does De Mistura work for again? 😉

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There is a possible explanation for Churkin’s warnings. That is that Russia may have been faced with an ultimatum of war from NATO, which was too real to be ignored, as well as being unwinnable if it did start. In that case, this could be seen as a maneuver to play for time, and accept a temporary diplomatic demarche for the rest of the year until something like a Trump presidential victory changes the military equation. Trump appears to be utterly hated – because he threatens something holy to the War Neocons in both the Republican and the Democratic parties,… Read more »

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If Russia has to worry about weakling coward Nato and also about electoral cycle of her enemy Anglo country then Russia is not even a third rate power,

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You realize that “weakling coward” NATO and “third rate power” Russia could turn the entire Middle East in a pool of molten glass if they wanted to, right?

A world power needs to consider every factor, this is a dangerous game.

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South Front – Dissecting Putin’s “stop order” A deal with the Saudis Russia and the Saudis have an important matter to attend to: both want to limit global oil production in order to push the oil price back to $50/barrel and higher. Therefore a compromise on Syria that would accommodate the interests of both parties seems entirely plausible and even logical, since the value of the oil deal vastly outweighs the value of even the maximum victory in Syria for either of them. The Russian-Saudi rapprochement is also suggested by the fact that the Russia-Iran relations have suddenly hit a… Read more »

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If true then it confirms that Russia is more stupid and suicidal thsn originslly thought.
Betraying Iran for saudis who are just stooge of the britisgh scumbags in middle east.

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Frank, I noticed more often than not, you are posting years old stuff as if it is hot breaking news. At leadt make a note: old news.

It only adds to the confusion.

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Please explain what is so old? All the above posts are about a Russian withdrawal which happened yesterday! I never noticed your posts.

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I think most people on this blog are a bit confused about what really happened in Syria.

Finally we have this leaked tape!

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The Saker Analysis of Russia’s withdrawal.

I probably won’t read the whole thing as I have a job.

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I’m hoping that in a few more hours I will be able to read Ziad’s opinion on all of this. I’d like to hear something on the lines of: Fear not, frightened rabbits; the Russians have done us a great service, but Syria is for the Syrians and we will take the fight from here and win the peace. As for the Russians, I wonder if sometimes people forget that Vladimir Putin is, in fact, a Russian. He puts his country and people far, far at the top of his list of priorities. The ordinary people of Russia have done… Read more »

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Yes, Russia is playing a different, bigger game and Syria is just a pawn… well, maybe something better than a pawn, a bishop or knight 🙂 They can leave and say “Mission accomplished, parties are at the negotiating table, see how easy it was, USA?” Now it’s time for the US move, they will have to take out ISIS or seem totally incompetent to the eyes of the world. In fact they will have to _sacrifice_ ISIS, since it’s one of their pawns. There are upcoming elections in the US, and the establishment is in trouble, they have to look… Read more »

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By not destroying the English thieves sposored syrian war terrorists Russians are harming themselves that will put glee to the pirate English race.

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All of the upbeat words about Russia’s move ignore at their own peril the pretty ominous warning by Churkin. Can you, the most vocal, Canthama, or teevee, put this in the context of what Churkin was taking about?

That’s the critical piece of the puzzle, why ignore it?

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http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20160315/1036297706/syrian-fighter-shot-down.html

i saw this video on twitter. couldn’t figure out how this jet was shot down. i saw one of the pilots floating down in his parachute and the rebels were trying to shoot him…………..

so the johnny rebs took delivery of stingers ? wow…….no more free skies over rebel held territories………
and the russians decide its time to pack up and leave? hmmm?

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Isreali PM says his regime’s relations with
some Arab countries are “dramatically warming.”

In clear terms he rather meant the Lebanon pincer-war
on the grill could soon be served.

Lebanon flambé à la carte bientôt, voilà Ms. Bernard-Henri Lévy le chef-cuisinier ..
¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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pop, what they mean is that Turkey is kissing kike ass because they know that they can’t go into Syria alone and are betting that if the kikes get directly involved by Israel invading Lebanon in order to draw off Hezbo forces so Turkey can attack Syria directly, well, good luck because Lebanon will be the kikes graveyard!!! As someone posted, Hezbo paid a big price in Syria and that other Arabs are not their enemy. We ALL know WHO our enemy is, it’s The Tribe, those inbred mental misfits of scum causing all of this problem for Syria and… Read more »

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By not destroying the English thieves sposored syrian war terrorists Russians are harming themselves that will put glee to the pirate English race.turkey is always an englisgh ally for last 400 years against christian Europe.
England is the real evil which needs sorted out.
Do not let those basrds hide behind scapegoat of Jews.

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también se conoce como la pérfida Albión

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Well Mr. nasrallah said Next war with the Zionist Shithole he is going to make 1 million Homeless in the Zionist outhouse, so i hope they feel lucky this time.
A few weeks ago a Zionist Jet reported that someone with anti air missiles locked on it over lebanon, so now it looks like Hezzbollah has up the ante, the Zio critters won’t have air control any more or be certain to have it. I hope they feel lucky, they seem to have a death wish.

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http://janoubia.com/2016/03/14/%D8%AD%D8%B2%D8%A8-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%84%D9%87-%D9%8A%D8%A8%D8%AF%D8%A3-%D8%A8%D8%B3%D8%AD%D8%A8-%D8%B9%D8%AF%D9%8A%D8%AF%D9%87-%D9%85%D9%86-%D8%B3%D9%88%D8%B1%D9%8A%D8%A7-%D8%A8%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AA%D8%B2/

hezbollah withdrawing now. they paid a heavy price in this war. their military effectiveness has been reduced. not sure how long it will take to get back up to speed again. remember, their one true enemy is not other arabs…

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Forget about what Russia is doing …how will the enemy respond to these events? In all the discussion here on the nature and scale of the Russian withdrawal / scale-down / ground troop reduction there has been a lot of talk about Russia’s future intentions but little speculation here on how the coalition of the killing will respond (once the initial shock has worn off). No matter how ‘noble’ or ‘treacherous’ Russia’s plans are, we must remember that enemy they face is completely INSANE. At this moment, they will be thinking: Now, their proxy scum on the ground can be… Read more »

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you say.

the enemy never wants peace in syria.

i say

true that.

but who is the real enemy? for whose benefit is this war being fought and why?
clue: its not isis. its not syrian rebels……….its not ypg…………..its not nusra……..its not turkey……..so who the hell is it?…………

i have said it once. i say it a thousand times…………..”peace” in syria must travel through
tel aviv…………

the new world order is restless………….because satan is angry……..because he knows his time is running out.

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The Syrian war was plotted and arranged by the englisgh pirate race but still people talk of telaviv and Jews who are just small time patsies for the English sc!bags.

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Still got a boner for the English, eh, Apna!!! Were you raped by an Englishman or did they turn you down when you wanted one!!!??? anonymous is right, Tel Aviv is were all of this originates, not to mention, The Crown, which is that one square mile of real estate controlled and owned by the Rothschild JEWS, that Apna can’t seem to comprehend. History sure isn’t your strong point is it fella!!!??? You definitely need some mental help there cause you have issues with the English, never mind ALL of the OTHER people/nations that have been pillaging, raping, and murdering… Read more »

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@ Edward – Listen you pitare pest -this forum doesnot belong to your dad or is not etill your stolen estate so shut upyou low bred anglosaxon pirate turend plumbers race. All wars were plotted by the evilenglish race. Plotted but not necessarily fought by them because English are a coward race depending on mercenaries. They bribed taliban in Afghanistan vnot to attack English troops. Syria war plotted by englisgh in 2009 as told by Dumas ex French foreign minister. Why do youcome here and spew your englisgh propaganda and escape goating Jews? You English have been totally exposed now-your… Read more »

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It seems now it is for real, Omar Shishani, ISIS Minister of war, is dead. He was initiatly badly wounded in a US air strike and told to be in bad shape in a hospital in Raqqa, he was then “declared” clinically dead. ISIS is delaying the info since it will be a blow to its forces, but the word is out in rat news and MSM already. As always, lets wait to see real evidence of it to properly pop another prosecco, this terrorist was one of the top 5 bad ones, Alloush and this Shishani (do not forget… Read more »

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esperemos que sea así y por fin vaya a donde pertenece, al hades.

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Canthama, if the US presstitutes are declaring this was done by a US airstrike, I would put that in the same category as the US declaring they took out the big bad Osama bin Laden!!! I hear he’s sipping pina coladas in the Caribbean!!! I have a press report from last year that Al Baghdadi was killed in a US airstrike and yet, he has more lives than a cat because it seems he is the one always “reportedly” getting killed but somehow he keeps showing up alive!!! Just how many times can you kill the SAME person!!!??? I guess… Read more »

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If you allow me, I would like to reproduce his comment from Facebook: Andrew Korybko Everybody, relax, please. Russia is not “withdrawing” from Syria in the manner that some might immediately think, it’s still maintaining its facilities in Latakia and Tartous and has helped the Syrian Arab Army liberate the majority of the country’s inhabited areas since the anti-terrorist intervention began. President Putin is sending a strong message to the rest of the world in advance of the Syrian talks’ resumption that Russia is doubling down on a diplomatic solution to the conflict and is in no way turning its… Read more »

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Hi everybody: Beware of those who fiercely claim to be better defenders of the Syrian people than those who have the proper organization to do the job: On its page on Facebook, the Presidency [of Syria] said in a statement: We received many questions and inquires since the announcement of the phone call between President Bashar al-Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin about what has been circulated by some media institutions which are partners in shedding the Syrian blood and some social websites and internet for a group of strange stories and interpretations which are away from reality. Read more:… Read more »

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Verbalismo (a portugese word, maybe Ziad can translate) – when not a demo of immaturity, is plain political diversion designed to hide the side anyone sits in the battlefield.

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http://www.mccain.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/press-releases?ID=1F6EDC7A-DF17-446C-8229-9D46CFA60C98

mccain is rubbing his hands together with glee…………

i figured he would be up to chunking a comment or two and sure enough……didn’t talk long…………

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It’s been a long time since I last visited this site and I’m glad to see that some good people are still here pushing forward with our own revolution. So, I come here happy and worried at the same time. This, since we have all heard the news that Russia has said that it will retreat a part of it’s pieces from the board. Now, my interpretation of this, is very good. Truth is -I believe- that we need to consider things separetely here to understand the big picture. First, and from the Russian strategic point of view, this is… Read more »

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Note: Getting involved in talks with a political opposition is a very complicated process, in my opinion. Specially, since there is no such thing as a formal opposition on the other side of the frontline. So, I believe that any policital agreement can only result in some sort of garantee to the opposition factions that there will be some sort of reform proces after the war has ended and security has been restored. I base this asumption in a very simple and logical thought. This is, any political proces of reform, thereby a constitutional proces of reform, can only be… Read more »

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DOn Pedro, you write like the Saker. Leasure to read. Keep’em coming.

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Pedro i agree with you 100%. now is a good time for russia to pull back and for the SAA to go forward, it also it Gives the “opposition” a kick in the ass to make the talks work IF they don’t want to see the Bear returns.

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Don Pedro, I wish you could write at Syrper more often, wise words indeed, thank you for posting it. As I wrote yesterday, Putin’s announcement was ambiguous, and on purposed. It has a huge political weight and much less military weight to the decision take. For the past 3 weeks Russia has been hosting in the base in Lattakia hundreds of villages/communities leaders, the wide MSM has no clue what was said or agreed, we all got some pics and some info saying 42-100 villages decided to reconcile with the Government, the truth is we do not know the real… Read more »

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Russia’s airstrikes in Syria destroyed over 200 oil production, transfer facilities: minister MOSCOW – March 14 Russia’s airstrikes in Syria have so far destroyed more than 200 oil production and fuel transfer facilities, as well as more than 2,000 means of petroleum products delivery, said Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Monday. The minister said this when reporting to President Vladimir Putin the results of Russian anti-terror airstrikes in Syria. Started from Sept. 30 of 2015, Russian aircraft deployed in Syria flew more than 9,000 sorties and carried out airstrikes with precision weapons in a range of more than 1,500… Read more »

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LISTEN AND READ THIS CAREFULLY, Russia is NOT going to abandon Syria and never will, Russians are training Syrians to use their new weapons and will have an unlimited (in a sense) supply of weapons, the S-400 will stay in Syria and if removed will be replaced by the S-300 upgraded (equivalent to the S-400) unit. The Russians will NOT give in to the enemies of Syria and is a non-negotiable item for the division nor the removal of Assad, the turks will invade Syria where they will be pounded big time, Putin has a bone to pick with them… Read more »

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CHEVI789 is right. I remind everyone that if no Russian intervention this blog would have no purpose, Syria would not exist by now. We have to wait to see what’s next. Syrian conflict is very complex, without any political compromise the war could be endless. The future of Syria lies in hands of Syrian people. It looks like Putin is pushing hard for peaceful solution. And remember no Russian soldier wish to die on foreign soil. I support you strongly, but would never go fight for your cause because is not my country. Remember this too. Syrian must unite now… Read more »

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Still, it seems like a sea change. I wonder what’s behind it.

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Quote -thereby not allowing MSM to portray Russia as hostile to the west.

is that it?
In the middle of war being waged by West and her evil media against Russia and her ally the reason Russia dilute rather than dpuble down her efforts to defeat western terrorists and thus defeat west is because Russia thinks how sge will be praised or abused by western press who is staunch enemy of Russia.?
No dpubt Russia is a easy pushover.

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Yes Russia ‘pulling out’ is very very bad for the zionist shithole because Russia now has plausible deniability when Syria Fuck up the Zionist ‘airforce ‘ and the Turkish Air force.

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Putin orders Russian troops to begin pulling out of Syria

A misleading headline. Russia reducing troops because they have gone from bombing over 100 missions a day to just 30 a day. The naval base will remain open. The two airbases in Syria owned by the Russians will remain open and staffed for more bombing.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/03/14/putin-orders-russian-troops-to-begin-pulling-out-syria.html?intcmp=hpbt1

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interesting remarks from watcher at the saker blog a ‘conquering’ force never ever withdraws before the peace treaties have been signed, the i’s and t’s dotted and crossed, How much trust does Putin build with this move? Absolute zero. Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel and the USA are waiting in the wings to move into Syria the moment it is ‘safe’ and that means the moment Russia makes it clear it no longer cares to defend the people of that nation. Putin’s withdrawal now hands Syria to the monsters- and ISIS recruitment will explode of the back of this knowledge. MANPADs… Read more »

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this is bull shit article by who ever wrote it. Russia has a large investment in Syria to say they’re just going to walk away from it is at best naive at worst a flat out lie and propaganda. Nobody will buy any Russian made armaments if the Russians have the reputation of walking off the job, the logic of Russia is only interested in arms sales is complete non sense. Nothing happens in a vacuum, when Russia decides on any major policies like any other nation, it would have consulted its allies as well as studied any reactions from… Read more »

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forgot to tell you, Iran, Hezbollah have started pulling some forces too. Reason being the Syrian army is well on it’s way to finish the job.

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Total victory.

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”interesting remarks from watcher at the saker blog”

to the ignorant and uninformed.

Bollocks!

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This tallies with the utterances and treacherous tslks of Fm Lavrov all along. The foreign ministry of Russia like their economic ministry should be blasted out of existence. Lavrov must be taken down by a patriotic Russia,

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This article is what we would call Wishful thinking, written by someone who doeasn’t know his ass from his head about military matters “MANPADS from Saudi Arabia” cant cripple the Syrian airforce, idiots, ManPADS are only good to out to 3000 feet or so , 1 mile the most 1.3 miles on the Russian ones, Syria has Sukhois and MiGs that can Bomb from 35,000 feet.

This article is typical Zionist Wishful thinking bullshit. Remember what Yuri Andropov told ronald reagan about wishful thinking?

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Kerry’s Secret War Plan for Syria – March 14, 2016 Secretary of State Kerry urged President Obama to launch secret missile attacks inside Syria without admitting the U.S. role, a plan that Obama rejected, according to a new report cited by Gareth Porter. By Gareth Porter Jeffrey Goldberg’s newly published book-length article on Barack Obama and the Middle East includes a major revelation that brings Secretary of State John Kerry’s Syrian diplomacy into sharper focus: it reports that Kerry has sought on several occasions without success over the past several months to get Obama’s approval for cruise missile strikes against… Read more »

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How close (or otherwise) are Obama and Kerry? Have any accurate USA political commentators ever commented about their relationship? (and I am not referring to Bathhouse Barry antics!)

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Tweets by Leith Abou Fadel: https://twitter.com/leithfadel 1. Russia is only withdrawing ground troops, not their Air Force. A lot of disinformation spread. 2. Turkey is not likely happy. S-400s remain at the Hmaymim Airbase in Jableh and the Russian Air Force is still there. 3. S-400s are remaining in Syria, along with the Russian Air Force. 4. Doesn’t look like the Russian Air Force or Naval fleet is leaving Syria. Only the surplus of soldiers on the ground. Basically Marines. ****** The above is a quote from Iran military forum. Just to add: – The Iraqi army is clocking up… Read more »

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Hi MD, find below some current status on the Iraqi war against ISIS. 1) Mosul Though the bombings are on going and the “invitation” for the population to leave the area, the ground battle for Mosul will take a while there are a lot of ground to be covered, mostly by the Iraqi army and militias. The Peshmergas and other northern militias are pressing from east to Mosul, but they will only seriously advance when the Iraqi army and militias advance from the south. I find difficult the see the Iraqi army and militias to advance to Mosul without protecting… Read more »

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So Russia threats against Syria and Iran are put into action. ● S-300 for Iran “postponed” again. As usual for the treacherous Russia. ● Now Russia withdraws troops from Syria, because Assad doesn’t agree to Russia/USA plan of destroying Syria’s sovereignty and forcing Assad to step down. A month ago Russia openly and officially admitted that it blackmailed Assad and Syria. https://syrianperspective.com/2016/02/kinsibba-liberated-as-rodents-flee-to-idlib-en-masse-huge-gains-in-aleppo.html#comment-148703 tass .ru/en/politics/857758 “It is my personal assessment, I heard Assad’s statement on TV… “OF COURSE, IT [STATEMENT] IS OUT OF TUNE WITH THE DIPLOMATIC EFFORTS MADE BY RUSSIA,” Churkin said. “Russia has invested heavily in this crisis –… Read more »

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Usual fir Russian foreign ministry to be traitor to allies and to Russia herself.
Churkin and lavrov must be toasted alive by patriotic russians

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1. The Syrians have essentially won the war. Syria will not be divided. 2. The Iran-Iraq-Syria-Hizbullah axis stretches from the borders of Afghanistan/Pakistan to the borders of Israel and the Mediterranean. This axis is led by the senior partner Iran. 3. Putin has smashed the ISIS and rebels and his ability to make a nice clean reduction of Russian military presence in Syria can be interpreted as a sign of the Russian intervention’s success and not weakeness. – How many Russian soldiers have the rebels killed and shown on social media? None AFAIK (excluding the pilots shot down by the… Read more »

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Thank you Muslim Dude, finally a voice of calm.
Putin has declared Victory. That’s my interpretation and i’m sticking to it.

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Totally agree, too, MD. The RUAF has pulverized Nusra and ISIS enough to let the local boys – and their vastly improved and reequipped armies- finish the job!!!

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Muslim, if anyone who has read my post (an i hope you did) i actually said that the muslim countries will all unite to defeat this evil, we just have to wait for the right leaders to all fall in line for that to happen, even the link Ziad has mentioned strengthens my previous post on the arc of alliance, it will happen, we just need to wait until all the right leaders are elected.

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I told you guys about Russia and its interests a month ago, but some chose to argue with me. This pullout is not some sort of feint or double game. It is a pullout of “main military” (Putin’s words) assets from Syria. This obviously includes major air assets as well. Press TV reports that Russian staff will remain to ensure “aviation safety” only. When Russia makes a public withdrawal announcement like this, it’s not easy to reverse.

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mideast, if Russian staff are to remain to ensure “aviation safety” then why stay if there are no jet’s, read between the lines dude, there is a method here and Putin is the chess master.

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Thank you Ziad. TOO FUNNY! I noted two possible errors. 1. Does Newark have 5 star hotels? 2. You are too kind regarding Erdogan’s wife. She could do with a double burka. The naval and air bases are to remain and to operate normally. This seems that the air strikes will continue. Ground forces to be removed as Latakia is secured. Troops can be redeployed quickly as gear likely to be left behind. I guess time will tell. If RuAF is still pounding ISIS in Palmyra a few days from now, I would think the rats will be exterminated in… Read more »

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It is certainly sad to find confirmation again and again that, small and big, politics is all about interests and not about friendship, but it also helps to know what is Russia’s interests in Syria, besides blocking the Qatari pipeline. That interest is weakening Turkey, a Russian objective for the last 200+ years. The weakening of Turkey means also breaking the wall blocking access to the Mediterranean Sea. And then, no one wants “independent” leaders/states, remember that? The ultimate objective of Russia in Syria is to establish a subservient Kurdish state carved out of, mainly, Turkey and the rest, Syria,… Read more »

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On Syria, de Mistura Lays Out Time Line, Silent on Syrian Kurds By Matthew Russell Lee UNITED NATIONS, March 14 — When UN envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura took four questions in Geneva on March 14, before ten days of talks beginning with the Assad government, he started with condolences for Turkey on the Ankara attack. Spokesman Ahmad Fawzi gave the first question to “our Turkish colleague” — who asked about the timing of elections in Syria. The next picked questioner identified himself “with the Geneva press corps;” then Al Jazeera Arabic asked if there is any deadline for… Read more »

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I hate to, but I must repeat my last two comments for broader registration:

This should be heard all over Syria again, soon! The sound of joy and relaxation:

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

And a very authentic document of devotion to the Syrian cause.
The speech of grand mufti Dr. Ahmad Hassoun upon his son’s assassination in 2011.
A speech full of heartenlightening warmths and overall inviting openeness towards the evildoers in the Syrian tragedy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wj0QmykxMQs

A great gesture at a time when everything was sour, but over all still correctable. Sadly, but history teaches us otherwise.

Thanx Canthama for the warm reputation!
at: https://syrianperspective.com/2016/03/syrian-army-kills-57-terrorists-in-hama-another-british-snafu.html#0hTHALyXpbyJk27j.99

Bestest!

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After Syria and all other crimes of the Bilderberger bankers are ended, one will have to ask how the UN can be reconstituted to represent all humanity and not just the small cadre of nations representing the West. When are India and Brazil and perhaps South Africa going to be let in? When are the main leaders of the organization going to come from Asia and Africa and South America where the majority of humans live?

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”Putin Orders Start of Withdrawal From Syria Starting Tuesday”

Lol…..lol…..lol….SMART….very smart…..and cunning.

He plays chess on a global board……….lol.

With one anouncement and some open ended ”reduction” in no longer needed personal, he has taken the wind out of the neocons political sails in the up comming US elections.

No Russian ”threat” to polarise the US electorate………brilliant……..masterstroke…..lol…..lol

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Solo siria salva siria (SSSS like serbian says) only syria save syria, Thanks hundred to russia but it is better they give to SAA jets, Thank, missiles and SAA do ALONE!

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Former Anglo CEO David Drumm remanded in custody with consent to bail

A prominent banker spends a night in the cooler? Have the Queen and Pope lost influence in Ireland? Is this the first Jailed Banker ever? No, remember Iceland? Typo maybe? Practicing for April Fool’s day?

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One less banker to finance Isis?

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Well that’s why I gave my bank manager the finger. 3% interest on my inheritance (120k >)? House prices inflated 100%? Stock market inflated 100% whilst main street is suffering?

I’m sending my money to the poor in Africa so you can’t finance IS!

Interestingly the poor stressed looking lady walked over to me and said “I agree with you. They didn’t see it coming.” (ie the impending crash). The next month she and her entire staff had been replaced.

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Everybody be calm and cautious and no panic at all, Putin has already mentioned that a military presence will remain in Tartus and Khmeimim. Let’s remember that Russia has a strategy, and that strategies do not end nor begin in a fortnight, otherwise they are called defeats. And, in Syria, Russia is all but defeated. The fight is still long, but after six years we should start being confident that the resistance put up by Syria is not only a miracle, but the obvious fruit of a silent, organised, international coordination. In any case, things will become clear very soon.… Read more »

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partigiano, you are right. Some recent thoughts from Elijah Magnier on this subject may help us at Syrper to understand this move : “1) Let’s see together the situation in #Syria: Jihadists don’t represent danger on #Latakia any more where Naval & Air Force bases are, 2) Cease-fire since over 15 days reduced significantly the #Russia/n Air Forces strikes to few hundreds while #Syria/n AF is active, 3) Hundreds of #Russian officers, Pilots and Special Forces have limited tasks since a couple of weeks now in #Syria, 4) Russia AF doesn’t need 100 Air Strike per day as before the… Read more »

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Russia’s presence was a beacon of hope in a miserable region. It ensured that Israel would not launch any new wars against Lebanon and Syria. It was nice while it lasted…

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Yes, they will still have the Navel base and Air field with top Russian troops rotating in and out to protect Russian interest in the region.

Please lets not panic and I doubt turkey or israel will do anything other then bitch because a Russian cruise missile can reach out and touch them with ease.

Thanks Ziad for todays updates.

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Quote -Waleed Al-Mu’allim went even further and told the world that Dr. Assad’s presidency is a “red line”.

Russian foreign ministry also pushed for federalisation. Russia always betray her allies and leaves things messed upas frozen confluct.

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Hi Ziad, this was a fun read, thank you for the time in putting it together.

Ziad, it would be very good for many at Syrper to hear your perspective on Putin’s announcement of Russian troops withdraw. It does seem to be on purposely ambiguous.

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Syria was winning against terrorists when Russia agreed to anglos Sponsored Un resolution to send kofi aman to give time to terrorusts to regroup.
Rest is histroy
Russian foreign minister lavrov must be raosted alive for his treachery again and again.

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“Apna” No foreign minister calls his own shots. Nothing is decided without Putin’s OK. I’m sure this was a collective decision that involved the military of Russia and the government of Syria and a lot of players not named. I just hope this is not premature and that Dr. Assad and the people of Syria can prevail on their own. Syria may need Hezbollah and Iran’s help more than ever.

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If Russia insider newsctoday is correct that putin has asked fir Rusdian troops withdrawl from Syria because according to him the mission is accoplished then it is another foreign polixy failure of Russia of repeatedly betraying allies and keeping winnable wars into a frozen confkict as in donbass

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“Winnable”???? Most of Donbass is still independent of Kiev. I would say that is a win. The Poroshenko regime in Kiev is cocky with NATO up his puppet ass — but he is by no means secure.

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Also Russia does not want Donbass independence/becoming part of Russia. They want to keep the voters in the Ukraine, for whatever its worth

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True. I said that for years. However with the Crimea they followed an opposite approach. Probably because the Russian military in Crimea felt vulnerable.

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APNA, Russia had no “troops’ in Syria, all they had are base security, techies and pilots and missile crews, Syria is doing the fighting. Man you sound like a gosh darn broken record .