TILLERSON INVITES THE ASSAD CURSE! OPPOSITION IS DELUSIONAL; ISIS RATS FLEEING SINKING SHIP

Well, you’d think Rex Tillerson, the “embattled” American Secretary of State would have learned his lesson by now. You’d think that the shadows of Berluscony, Zapatero. Westerwelle, Clinton, Cameron, Sarkozy, Hollande, Kerry and so many other losers would cast a guiding light along Tillerson’s path and that he would follow that light to his own salvation.  But, not so, for Mr. Tillerson, the awkward-looking Texan who once led Exxon-Mobil and the American Boy Scouts Association only to finally hang up his stirrups and gun belt at Foggy Botton in an administration so infused with braggadocio and mental squalor it reminds one of a television show cobbled from “All in the Family” and “American Ninja”.

Yes, folks, Ol’ Rex spat out the magic words 2 days ago.  He uttered the curse in broad daylight.  “Assad has no future in Syria”.  Oh! My gosh.  I can see it coming now.  “The Assad family will no longer rule Syria”.  And this coming from a Secretary of State who represents a country still smarting from allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 elections.  Isn’t that a hoot?

Tillerson’s comments have come at an uncritical juncture.  You see, the talks in Astana are going to start up soon for the 7th time with the parties there now so disproportionately endowed that one would have thought the Syrian delegation would have excused itself by claiming reservations at the Bolshoi Ballet.  The opposition is on record demanding the unification of the 3 major terrorist groups into “one army” to fight on and destroy more of Syria.  They are hell-bent on negotiating the resignation of Dr.Assad even though he has already won the war.

How they will accomplish anything on the battlefield is puzzling. Over 2,000 terrorists from the East Ghouta have just negotiated an end to their war after notables and citizens pushed them out of major positions.  These terrorists who were once stationed in 5 major Qalamoon towns, are now joining the Syrian Army as a militia devoted to keeping Dr. Assad in power.  So much for the “Opposition”.

This Tillerson gaffe has also come on the heels of a new organization in the Arabian Peninsula dedicated to an alliance to fight terrorism.  I’m sure you have all heard about the Saudi-UAE-USA task force to snuff out terrorist finances which had me in stitches when I first heard about it.  It appears the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, one Muhammad bin Salman, has retooled his country to battle terrorism in all its forms and has vowed to bring Islam back to a “moderate” track.  That, too, had me retching on the floor laughing.

Well, there appears to be a major change in Saudia’s foreign policy.  MBS (as he is unlovingly called by Americans) has informed Muhammad ‘Alloosh, the Big Cheese of Jaysh Al-Islam, that he can no longer count on Saudi largesse for his troops.  What did the terrorists in the East Ghouta do?  They started to horde all humanitarian foodstuffs and medicine essentially starving the citizens there who, in turn, informed the U.N. of their plight.

So, what does the U.N. do to broadcast the humanitarian situation in the Ghouta?  That’s correct, folks:  Blame Assad.  And that is exactly what the head of the U.N.’s High Commission for Human Rights did 3 days ago.  This Jordanian thief and child molester, Zayd Ra’ad Al-Hussayn, had the audacity to openly ignore the malignant presence of Saudi-supported devil-worshipers amidst the local population of the Ghouta.  Why, he almost plastered a photo of a starving child on his tee shirt to advertise the lies he was promoting.  There is no such starvation in the East Ghouta, by the way.  The people have managed to survive despite the extortion practiced routinely by ‘Alloosh’s Jaysh Al-Islam.  The starving child picture appears to have been made at MI6 HQ in London.

Now we can read about how the Zionist Apartheid State has treated injured Syrians, almost all of whom are terrorists.  And, with the upsurge in propaganda about starvation and “Assad’s cruelty”, we are in for another campaign of vilification by the Zionist-controlled media in the West.  All we can do is fight back.

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DAYR EL-ZOR:    This is our last battlefield in Syria until we turn our guns on Idlib.  On Wednesday, the Syrian Army liberated the entire Al-Sinaa’ah quarter and totally surrounded Sakr Island where our beloved Maj. Gen. Sharaf ‘Issaam Zahreddeen was killed.  More and more terrorist leaders in ISIS are leaving for better pastures.  Some, who are caught by the Central Asian terrorists, are executed on sight.  The terrorist infrastructure has been irrevocably destroyed in DZ.

Nota Bene:  The Mannagh Airbase has just been retaken by the Russian military after the terrorists abandoned it.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Brandon has returned from his trip to Syria and is providing us with a storm of literature on the war:

https://www.activistpost.com/2017/10/visting-syria-western-media-narrative-bullshit.html

 

 

 

 


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Igor Bundy
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Good thing we have someone who can make it all happen.

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@Igor,
Don’t jinx Putin with the czar title. The Economist is a cabal magazine.
They want Putin dead.

Hey JEWS! Hey Hey!
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Better watch out for them BIRDS in the sky!

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The Genocidal Jew, Evil, Dark & Delusional World Of War Criminal Benjamin Netanyahu

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We got some 40+ of these here in Algeria

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Sukhoi Su-35 Performs Extreme Maneuvers at MAKS 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMJSL4nkH7Y

When I grow up , I want to be an Aerospace pilot!

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Stupid post. You are insulting Putin.

Lubnan
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Igor, you’re a fucking imbecile.

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US eying ‘long-term’ presence in post-Daesh Iraq
A US military commander has indicated that America may maintain its military presence in Iraq even though the Iraqi military has almost entirely eliminated the terrorist group in the Arab country. Daesh started a lightning offensive in Iraq in 2014, capturing and occupying territory in the course of the campaign. But the Iraqi military and then-volunteer forces soon regrouped, launching a counter-offensive and retaking every major area that had been held by Daesh… read more Source

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US commanders can indicate whatever… But their is a rather big difference between the uttering of some enunciation and logistically being able to sustain a very distant imperial outpost.

Igor Bundy
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Over 10,000 US troops in Qatar. With substantial numbers in all other countries around there and now over 5000 in Afghanistan. Like over 3000 in S.Kora and Germany, substantial numbers in Italy and Australia and Diego Garcia.

Distant imperial garrison?

Igor Bundy
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Just a rough calculation would put US military outside the US at over 250,000 Troops.

Pacificnorthwest
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They are 250,000 troops, spread very thin… can they keep the empire’s rule rolling on, in the face of concerted resistance from Russia (and scruffy Syria that refused to roll over and die) and to some extent other BRIC and Eurasian countries? Can they stop the unravelling along every front on four continents? Syria was supposed to be a done deal by now, according to the Israeli connected neocon planning…. a Wahabi/Muslim Brotherhood run pipelanistan, a Shia/Christian death camp, and anti-Iranian bastion, emplaced for the furtherance of the greater Israel imperial project by now… instead it very much appears to… Read more »
Igor Bundy
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Well the national guard can not be used to station troops over seas. So these would be contract soldiers. Those 30,000 US troops in Germany keeps Germans in line and the 10000 in Italy keeps them in line. So every country that had US troops has them now as overlords.

We already know any country hosting large number of foreign troops dont have any sovereignty. That goes for Syria as well. But both iran and Hezbolla said they would withdraw as soon as a political settlement has been reached. So that would leave a few hundred Russians at the base.

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And… meanwhile back in the good ole USA… bridges are collapsing, oxycontin, meth and heroin epidemics are raging through the hopelessness of the masses of cast off underclass peons in the vast and spreading rustbelts…. the education, health care and pension systems are all teetering on the edge of crumbling…. the forty year long program of “culture wars” and exploitation of wedge issues for political expediency has fractured any sense of common identity…. the Ayn Rand inspired “greed is good” ideology of unbridled capitalism has fairly successfully swept away systems built upon other competing notions of human social cohesion. America… Read more »
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10,000 US troops in Qatar is not the same thing as 10,000 US troops in Raqqa. The logistics of the two snenarios are very different with the logistical calculus presented by Qatar, or any of the other US troop concentrations you mentioned — with the notable exception of Afghanistan — being orders of magnitude easier. I don’t see Turkey, Iraq, Syria or Iran enthusiastically enabling the ZioNato support of Kurdish separatism. Iraq may still be semi-occupied, but it is beginning to reassert sovereignty and in fact is now moving to retake the Syrian border area. Iraq will oppose any US… Read more »
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there are 80,000 military personnel in S korea and JApan.
last I heard.

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Meanwhile in UK media disinformation regarding the ‘Brexit’ is at an allout (controlled) frenzy; (‘Bregret’ on the rise in UK 16 months on from Brexit: new poll http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/10/28/540171/UK-politics-Brexit-Bregret-poll-Thresa-May-Remainers-EU) Extreme manipulation of brits using (the now obligatory) false polls. Reality was that 80+ percent brits voted to leave EU / 16 percent voted remain (mainly London + Scotland). Results announced by gov. as 51 percent Leave to 49 percent Remain – deliberately installing a perception of tearing public opinion apart equally among brits. Then currency is then deliberately devalued and inflation starts to hit – all blamed on Brexit in the… Read more »
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Putin’s revenge may see petro-yuan replace petrodollar The key to the coming petro-yuan lies in Moscow. And, if the Chinese currency eventually succeeds in usurping the long-standing petrodollar, Washington will only have itself to blame. News that China plans to launch a yuan-denominated oil futures contract by the end of this year has come as a surprise to many analysts. However, Russia experts aren’t startled in the slightest because this move has been coming since Moscow abandoned its quarter-century attempt to integrate with the West, following the 2014 Ukraine crisis. A catastrophe which the Kremlin blames on the United States… Read more »
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Is it really so hilarious that Saudi Arabia are becoming more moderate? There are a lot of changes happening with Qatar making concessions to Iran, and Saudi to Russia and becoming less oil dependent like Russia. There is more than one challenge a year to the EU too. Interesting to see what happens next in Carlos’ corrupt empire. https://www.geni.com/people/Elisabeth-von-Reitzenstein-zu-Blankenburg/6000000003827527914 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabella_I_of_Castile I worked out this week that an ancestor probably started all the trouble in Spain, Elisabeth von Reitzenstein married a count of Kastell. My knowledge of Spanish is not very much, but I know Costello and Kastell are the same… Read more »
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Saudi moderation is like chocolate covered dog shit… not something you want to bite into. It is an insult to the meaning of moderation…. an utter perversion of all of its substantial significance, a reduction of a profound quality of human nobility into cheap worthless rhetoric.

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Thanks god! The idiot “physicist” came back!

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Just call him moron#2 ,,,after the defeat of all these zio alphabet soup terrorists the real fight will begin,the one i been talking about for 2 years with the yanks and kurds who will possibly start a real civil war and it wont matter if the yanks have run out of excuses to stay in syria ,they will simply now say they need to be there to protect the rats from an evil gov etc et al ,,id like to see how syria will handle this PR nightmare,,unless they go the weak political rout of making concessions and bargains with… Read more »
ziad
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qatari former PM admits they,saudi and us had a role in arming terrorists in syria,,
Debate: sponsoring terrorism in Syria

ziad
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what delightful surprising news,,looks like kurdistan dreams falling apart
Protesters storm Iraqi Kurdistan’s parl. as Barzani resigns
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/10/29/540299/Iraq-Kurdistan-KRG-parliament-protesters-Massoud-Barzani

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Yemeni Air Defence shot down Saudi Royal Airforce Typhoon fighter jet

https://timesofislamabad.com/yemeni-air-defence-shot-down-saudi-royal-airforce-typhoon-fighter-jet/2017/10/28/

Russian defense Ministry,over the past week Russian air forces carried out over 360 sorties destroyed 650+ terrorist facilities in Syria

SAA, Hezbollah, IRGC & Iraq|i resistance (Resistance Axis) establish common OP rooms along 🇸🇾-🇮🇶 border for 100% coordination.

Syria|n forces have met with Iraq|i forces today & continue simultaneous advance on ISIS along 🇸🇾 – 🇮🇶 border.

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Igor Bundy
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hmmm… US might be able to protect a lot of their ISIS terrorists by teh looks of it unless Russia starts carpet bombing this area.

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The US is already carpet bombing Albukamal to depopulate it and take it quickly with their moving ISIS rebranded-SDF mercenaries. I was yelling this for months now on discussion forums.

Igor Bundy
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Military Ops still suspended and waiting for an official response from Erbil.

*Rojave attacked Iraqi forces last night but they were killed

Yesterday meeting had 2 points.
•Peshmerga to retreat to 2003 borders.
•Border crossings & airports under federal govt control.
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ziad
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my how the gangsters are starting to eat each other now lol ,,,
Ex-Qatari premier: US coordinated foreign support for terrorists in Syria
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/10/28/540168/Qatari-premier-Hamad-Syria

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Welcome back ziad, long time since you’ve commented.

ziad
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yeah, well the site has been messed up for quite a while too and idk why i even bother posting on here anymore but oh well,,thanks

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ziad, your opinions are yours, sometimes we agree and sometimes not, but I do not hate you in any way, let’s just agree to disagree at times.

ziad
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i dont mind disagreements between pen pals what i mind is harsh and insulting reactions from them,this is something i expect from passer by’s but not friends who youd think would know me by now and where im coming from ,,so i say the hell with this ,no point in being here ,this is where me and Ziad and others whom i thought were pals went our separate ways and i dont bother wasting my time and effort participating on here as much as i used to,,,in any case this sight is fucked up all the time,,way too many ppl… Read more »
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No probs, just remember, we cannot convey our speech tone when writing, so sometimes it might seem like a harsh reply but wasn’t really meant to be conveyed that way.

ziad
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yeah i know but some are quite clear

ziad
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ps: guess with my lack of attendance i wont be leveling up to my glory days of a 10 any time soon eh, ,,sob sob :(,,,lol

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Tillerson is a puppet of the US intelligence agencies and Wall Street warmongers.
They are pulling the strings to run the US Deep State.
They will keep trying their dirty games in Syria.
But they will not defeat the coalescing multifarious East.
Victory to Syria.

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The US’, “Assad must go/Assad can stay” toggle switch is apparently disconnected from reality!
Funny, but rotten nonetheless. Makes you wonder wtf these dangerous fools think they’re doing by constantly repeating an apparent exercise in futility.
Methinks like everything else born of the USAmerican mindset – it is fake through and through. Definitely not run of the mill madness here.
100% PSYOP.

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The ship of fools no longer has a rudder. It’s all posturing, for the consumption of the media. Nothing emerging out of the USSA has any substance – it is all wild flailing, bluster meant to rally the diminishing troops. The beast is mortally wounded, in its death throes. Pay it no nevermind.

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Tillerson… another blowhard mouthpiece of fully devolved American Exceptionalism, a wierd Monroe Doctrine vein of pompousness that masks the by now total slavish obedience to the service of the global interests of Zionism (and the criminal syndicates using this ethno supremacist ideology to further their own grip on global power). All this dictating “democracy” abroad — translate into real-speak: Israel gets what it wants — is as you point out rife with hypocricy and internal contradictions. The utterances emanating out of Washington DC are decided upon & formulated beforehand in occupied Jaffa. This particular Texas is a suit wearing clown….… Read more »
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South Front – Syria-Iraq War Report – October 27, 2017: Iraqi And Syrian Armies Jointly Avdance Against ISIS Death SquadvMercenary Terrorist Slaves Of Israel

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Game change advances today in Deir ez Zour city, despite the strong sand storm, the SAA has liberataed al-Ommal, al-Arfi neighbourhoods and the stadium, pushing ISIS away from the main highway. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=35.323844&lon=40.141425&z=15&m=b&gz=0;401326918;353177252;148915;7002;174880;26611;148487;69767;20170;122374;0;96115;1502;71081;143979;0 Over all the SAA/TFs have liberated about 1/3 of ISIS pocket inside Deir ez Zour (not counting Saqr Island that is larger than the pocket itself). The SAA/TFs are now preparing to storm al Hamidiya, the core of ISIS held territory,the very center of ISIS in Deir ez Zour. What is very important to note is that since ISIS first and second lines collapse all together, they will… Read more »
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saa liberated al-Ommal Neighborhood, al-Arfi Neighborhood and Stadium area.

Igor Bundy
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WTF moments.

SDF have started shooting civilians who wanted to comeback to Meshlaab District in Raqqa, resulting in the death

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Russian and Syrian military forces entered Afrin and cut off the Turkish forces’ road to the area.

THE North Korea nuclear crisis took another turn today when India refused to cut ties with despot Kim Jong-un with both states maintaining embassies in their respective capital cities.

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SDF Asayish militias besiege Hezbollah at Qamishli airport to prevent them supporting PMF on Iraqi border

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ussian Military Police now controls Menagh Military Airbase in north Aleppo countryside

Igor Bundy
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China research station in the Antarctic

Igor Bundy
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https://mobile.twitter.com/TomtheBasedCat/status/924322665866907648

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ISIS SVBIED Found in W Anbar Video. Interesting.. Not lacking for explosives.

Igor Bundy
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https://www.rt.com/news/408097-3d-pedestrian-crossing-iceland/

Very interesting 3D demo. You can already imagine the military applications of this imagine replacing the blocks with picture of a sniper. or Tank.

Anyone have real life experience with this?

Igor Bundy
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Lets break it.

Igor Bundy
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The pooa Pooa Rohingya refugees being evicted from their illegally squatting villages by the ruthless Buddhist Myanmar army. Al Queda just cant get a break even after be-heading every Buddhist monk they can find.

Some Rohingya parents had up to 19 children, many Rohingya men had more than one wife. They believe birth control is sin.

Bangladesh to offer sterilisation to Rohingya in refugee camps

https://twitter.com/guardianworld/status/924117726372564992

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The Rohingya are the most oppressed ethnic group in the world and even that article cited above says the following: ““In Rakhine they did not go to family planning clinics, fearing the Myanmar authorities would give medicine that harms them or their children,” Sultana said.” 1. The Rohingya were citizens of Myanmar until 1982 when the military junta at that time stripped them of citizenship. 2. Myanmar is controlled by the Bamar ethnic group who persecute other Buddhist and Christian minority groups such as the Shan and the Kachin. In fact earlier this year 20,000 Kokang fled the Myanmar army… Read more »
Igor Bundy
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Thank god we have al queda, the Saudi’s and Pakistani’s and even Uncle sam now helping the oppressed.

Igor Bundy
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This started in a major way in WW2 when the Japanese conquered Burma and the Muslims burnt down every one else’s vi;l;age and expelled all the people from the state and it was only after the defeat of the Japanese the British were able to restore the villages to the original inhabitants. What we are witnessing here is another version of the Kurds in Syria and Iraq. Except no idea what Israel’s angle is since it is the opposite of the US and Saudi’s. Why dont Syria and Iraq and Turkey and Jordan and Lebanon just give citizenship to all… Read more »
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Burma is shipping ruby to Israel for decades.

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I know little about this, but the Myanmar government seems legitimate enough to me, so from my perspective they are entitled to do what they think is in the best interests of the Burmese people. Despite some hand wringing, it appears the international community accepts that they are in a bind, and is prepared to allow them to continue.

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Robin, does that mean the Myanmar government/military are right in destroying churches and Buddhist temples because that is “in the best interests of the Burmese people”? “In Kachin state, where the Burma Army launched a new offensive in 2011, breaking a seventeen-year ceasefire, over 100,000 civilians have been displaced by war. An estimated 200 villages have been burned down, and 66 churches destroyed. In Arakan state, violence against the Muslim Rohingya people has left at least 130,000 displaced, trapped in dire conditions in temporary camps. For the internally displaced, particularly in Kachin and Arakan states, a serious humanitarian crisis is… Read more »
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I’m only referring to the Rohingya issue. A BBC reporter interviewed a Burmese individual in the process of burning down a Rohingya village: “We tried to get along with these people, but it proved impossible”. And a Rohingyan refugee: “they came to all our villages and gave us bombs to plant. We were given three. One of our bombs exploded, but no one was killed, thank God.” The Burmese government and law abiding Rohingyas are equally in an impossible position. What are they supposed to do? Once the bombs start going off, the issue of human rights becomes secondary to… Read more »
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The solution is a restoration of the citizenship of the Rohingyas as prior to 1982. They are indigneous to that land especially northern Rakhine which borders Bangladesh. There are 0.2 million Rakhines (Mongoloid Buddhist) living in Bangladesh. The Rakhines (Mongoloid Buddhists) had their own army fighting against the Myanmar junta. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arakan_Army_(Kachin_State) Some violent reaction from some Rohingyas to Myanmar oppression does not justify collective punishment including mass ethnic cleansing, in the same way that some violence from Palestinians against Myanmar’s ally, Israel, would not justify Israel expelling 1 million Palestinians en masse. Israel and Myanmar are allies and there are… Read more »
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I heard Aung San Suu Kyi say some time ago that the Rohingyas were welcome to return and the issue of citizenship would be dealt with. Let’s not drown out that message. While they are refugees, the international community is responsible for them, not Burma. Perhaps we should take better care of them. In that interview, Aung San Suu Kyi said that the situation was more complicated than was being generally acknowledged. When she went on to say that she didn’t understand why the Rohingyas fled en masse, she was ridiculed on air. She has since stayed away from the… Read more »
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Robin, according to the Cartalucci article MD posted, its Suu Kyi;s supporters doing most of the ethnic cleansing and the military trying to protect the Rohingya. I certainly agree with an embargo to both sides, but I don’t want to see Western, Turkish, Iranian, or Saudi troops in Myanmar.

Robin Morritt
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The ethnic cleansing allegations are false, IMHO.

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MS, have a look at it from another angle. There are many similarities with Syria. Rakhine, in Myanmar where the ‘Rohingya’ people live, is a vital geopolitical place. China has pipelines going through there. And the US want’s to cause problems. When did the US and the Western politicians really care about people? Only when it served their political interests. Saudi Arabia has been a big sponsor over 70 years of Rohingya. The Western media and Human Rights organisations suddenly scream about Rohingya, although they were silent for years, when they were happy with the Myanmar junta. They also screamed… Read more »
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Here is a little more from Russian Wikipedia, about this ‘moderate’ rebel Ata Ullah, who leads the fight in Myanmar: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ата_Улла “In 2012, shortly after a religious-ethnic conflict in Rakhine, ATA Ulla left Saudi Arabia and military training to Taliban in Pakistan and perhaps Libya and some other countries. Gained fame in October 2016, following the publication of several videos, in which he introduced himself as the leader of the group Harakah al-Yaqin (Haraka al-Yakin, “the faith Movement” in Arabic), claimed responsibility for a series of attacks on border police stations on the border of Myanmar and Bangladesh.[3][4][5] Movement Haraka… Read more »
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Guess I was wrong about Bangladesh in my post above.

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Tony Cartalucci of Global Research has written a good article on this: https://www.globalresearch.ca/americas-plans-for-its-myanmar-client-state/5614977 “What’s Really Happening in Myanmar What Freedom House in its aforementioned report intentionally omits is that “the local Rakhine Buddhist population” it refers to is actually part of a much larger political – not religious – network that had fed saffron-clad “monks” onto the streets for pro-Suu Kyi protests in 2007 and which has systematically thwarted efforts by the military-led government before Suu Kyi’s rise to power to begin the process of granting Rohingya minorities proper legal and political status within Myanmar. It is also a political… Read more »
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MD, did you read your own link? Did you understand it? Cartalucci is saying it’s the Myanmar military that has been trying to protect Rohingya and grant them “proper legal and political status within Myanmar,” and it’s precisely that military that the “international community” is attempting to weaken in favor of Suu Kyi’s “democratic” government, the Buddhist supporters of which have been the ones attacking Rohingya. Meanwhile, US buddies Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are organizing the infiltration of jihadis into Rakhine to wage an insurgency to further fuel the violence, and getting Turkey and possibly even Iran to help the… Read more »
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Aeneas, thanks for the Meyssan link. Sounds like the usual suspects are at it again, this time managing to co-opt Turkey and Iran. I guess Iran and DPRK are too dangerous, so Myanmar will do just fine, with the added benefit of disrupting OBOR.

As I’ve said, I’m opposed to any sort of military or violent action from the outside. None of us can really know what’s going on there, and the misuse of the picture of Chinese earthquake victims is a case in point. It’s a shame to see Iran suckered.

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MD, we’ve been hearing in the press for quite some time about alleged discrimination against and abuse of the Rohingya, as well as abuse of any other opponent of the junta that rules there (not just Christians or minority Buddhist sects). Even though the corporate media and international human rights (or is it propaganda) organizations have totally destroyed their own credibility with their lies about Iraq, Libya and Syria, until recently there’s been little reason to doubt the reports regarding Myanmar. Now, there are reports of al-Qaeda infiltration into Mayanmar and the government taking steps to curb that. Unless we… Read more »
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From what I could learn some of them are there for many generations and are (or should be) full citizens while others are the children of people who immigrated illegaly in the 1970s, I’m not sure if they have the “associate citizenship”; in all the cases regardless of this issue I’m not buying the claim that they are the “most persecuted minority in the world” because the same UN or NGO organisations that push for a military intervention (against Myanmar) with such stories were also pushing for a NATO military intervention in Libya, Syria, Bosnia, and soon Kurdistan with the… Read more »
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1. Prior to 1982 the Rohingyas were citizens of the Burmese state, in fact one of the writers of the Burmese constitution was a Rohingya, as were some government ministers. 2. The Rohingyas were not the first Indic ethnic group to be targeted by the fascist military regime of Burma. Between 1962 – 64, 0.3 million Indians were forced to flee Burma, resembling Idi Amin’s mass expulsion of Indians from Uganda in Africa. In both cases are they were not Negroid or Mongoloid they were felt to be outsiders and were ethnically cleansed. 3. The majority of Rohingyas have over… Read more »
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Idi Amin Did not cleanse the Indians because they were not Negroid or Mongoloid , he cleansed them because they constituted a Parasitic , insular caste that Sucked all the wealth out of Uganda while contributing nothing to Uganda, much like the “jews” of Germany or any other parasitic relationship.

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Lionel hosts the inimitable Gerald Celente, who hold forth about the ”Assad must go” tirades, and the disappearance of the liberal ”peace, brother’ movement. Much else.

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Lionel is priceless at 43:30, “Would you want to be on the SS Gerald Ford?” For anybody who remembers the Ford Presidency, “Saturday Night Live,” and Chevy Chase at the time, this is hilarious. Bumbling, stumbling Gerald Ford, and every Saturday Night, Chevy Chase taking a Pratt fall when playing the part of Ford. Really makes sense with the recent collisions involving US naval vessels.

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At 44:50, Lionel not for the first time makes fun of the Christopher Steele “dossier.” I’ve heard him laugh about this term many times, but I’m always amazed that he never refers to it as a “dodgy dossier.”

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US ‘Empire of Debt’ will go to war to stop emergence of petro-yuan – Max Keiser Published time: 25 Oct, 2017 21:32 US ‘Empire of Debt’ will go to war to stop emergence of petro-yuan – Max Keiser The imminent introduction of oil trading in yuan is a very bold move by the Chinese, because the US will not give up the basis of its hegemony – the dollar as the world’s reserve currency – without a fight, Max Keiser, host of RT’s financial program ‘Keiser Report’ has said. The Chinese plan to roll out a yuan-denominated oil contract before… Read more »
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Putin in Russia. Trump in the USA. Erdogan in Turkey. Duterte in the Philippines. Orban in Hungary. Babis in the Czech Republic. A wave of populist/nationalist leaders is emerging angering the Zio-Luciferian globalists who also have to contend with the fact that it seems like the prayers of many victims of the Hellywood / Hollyweird industry who have been raped and abused are now coming to fruition. https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/corey-feldman-vows-expose-hollywood-pedophile-ring-n814886 Corey Feldman was a 80s Hollywood teenage star who was sexually abused. His close “friend” Corey Haim (surname was Guggenhaim, shortened to Haim, an actor of Canadian Jewish background) was raped during… Read more »
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While the Gini coefficient is heading in the wrong direction, things can only get worse.

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Muslim Dude:
I see your point, and will make an effort to reach my acquaintances in this manner.
I have always been an outspoken person. The simple fact is that a huge portion of the american populace will not care either way. However if I get them to question their blind faith in hollywood and football, they may open up their mind to more pressing current events like Syria and Yemen. I could write for hours on the issue of complacency in america, but this is not productive.

PEACE

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MD, there is no doubt the US government is deeply corrupt, so corrupt that not even Hillary and Bill Clinton have been indicted because it would bring down every top politician who has not already been driven out because they were not corruptible, like Cyntia McKinney, James Traficant and Dennis Kucinich. It goes without saying most vassal states are just as deeply corrupted. Where I disagree with you is your assumption that Donald Trump is somehow not an integral part of this system. It boggles the mind that Sessions has not indicted Hillary and probably will not. However, at the… Read more »
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@MB: Don’t forget about Bolivia. Bolivia and its leadership has long been in the cross hairs of that club of states that are being presented as suitable candidates for regime change. Bolivia has huge lithium deposits, and natural gas reserves amongst other resources…. and the bankers want to rape it.

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ISRAHELL ARMING MYANMAR REGIME. “The total value of the arms deal, according to sources in the Israeli weapons industry, is estimated at tens of millions of dollars. An officer involved in the matter told Haaretz that the Myanmar naval commander visited Israel in the past year, “was impressed and wanted to learn.” It was the second visit to Israel by the naval commander in the past five years. Israeli weapons are being sold to Myanmar despite the restrictions on weapons sales to that country. Only last month Israel refused to announce that it would stop selling weapons to Myanmar despite… Read more »
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Hey I don’t know what your game is but clearly from 1990-2016 your claim doesn’t show anything that indicates they have gotten arms since the genocidal government activities. In fact as presented this is just COINTELPRO. Typical slime by association so tell your bosses you gotta come better then that around here. Show us the ledger? There is nothing wrong with selling arm for defense to a nation that has no crime at the time of sale. Really childish and ridiculous why or implying wrong doing. Most importantly the indictment on the ghetto Zionist apartheid state is that they are… Read more »
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Did you check the links that I posted above? During 2016 both Russia & China have decided to step up their cooperation with Myanmar. According to this page:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persecution_of_Muslims_in_Myanmar
the “Rohingya genocide” is going on for decades, not since this fall.
Now where is the proof tat Israel has sold 100 tanks RECENTLY rather than 2 or 10 years ago?

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you must be kidding? Wikipedia.org? May as well referred me to Janeslist.com

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And that one is even better if one wishes to burst the presstvcanard “zionists best weapon supplier of Myanmar”:
http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/interactive/2017/09/selling-myanmar-military-weapons-170914151902162.html
For the period 1990-2016, Mynmr military purchases:
Aircraft: from China 120 from Russia 64 from Pland 35 from Germany: 20 from US or Israel: 0
Armoured vehicles: from Cina:696 from Israel: 120
Naval vessels: From China 21, from formerYuigoslavia:3, from India 3
etc….their illustration/diagram is easy to understand

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So because Russia supplies Israel’s ally, Myanmar, Myanmar has the right to expel women and children of a different religion and race from their homes?

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Since those stories of atrocities are spread by Western “Human Right” organisations who discredited themselves constantly in Syria, Libya, Bosnia, etc.. I have no way to verify how much of it is true; aka how many of the people who fled were Al Qaeda supporters, how many were illegal immigrants vs people whose ancesters were there 100 years ago, how the Burma offer to repatriate some of them is genuine or a smoke screen, etc.. What I can verify EASILY is that presstv & parsetoday are trying to create a bogus story where Israel would be the main supplier of… Read more »
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1. The Myanmar regime is well known for huge human rights violations which extends to Christian and other Buddhist minorities. You can go to websites by the Kachin, Shan, Karen and other ethnic groups. No one can ignore the fact that it’s a very brutal regime. 2. The following source is not from Press TV or Parsetoday but from Haartez: “Over 300 U.S. Rabbis Urge Israel to Stop Selling Arms to Myanmar Amid Ethnic Cleansing Campaign Haaretz reported earlier this week that Israel continued to sell weapons to Myanmar even after evidence emerged of the atrocities taking place against the… Read more »
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Do you seriously believe that hudreds of rabbis really care about the fate of muslim refugees 6,000 km away? If so I have a bridge to sell you. Where are they when the Palestinians in Gaza are left without electricity, food or water? It’s the typical good cop/bad cop scenario between Jews. You can see the same pattern in the West where they suddenly fall in love with muslim refugees and need to be appointed as their “protectors”, hoping to get them on their side regarding the palestinian issue later. Wether Israel stop to sale weapons to Myanmar or not… Read more »
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come on man…your sources of news if almost 100% propaganda based. You and your sources are contradicting one another. You have nothing but straw men built up from whole cloth and straw for you to point back too. Your conclusions are based solely on your say so.

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You haven’t said anything of substance or provided any facts.

1. Haaretz an Israeli newspaper is reporting Israel supplying arms to Myanmar.

2. The Wikipedia article which quotes the Israeli ambassador in Myanmar is from this interview by a Burmese publication:

http://www.mizzima.com/news-opinion/israeli-ambassador-talks-development-and-myanmar-relations

Saying “come on man”, rather than providing facts or links means nothing.

The fact is Israel and Myanmar are good allies.

Bangladesh refuses to even recognize Israhell.

Supporting the ethnic cleansing of women and children in Myanmar just because they belong to the “wrong” religion or because the US supposedly wants to exploit their plight for its own goal is morally wrong and reprehensible.

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1) I posted a link showing clearly that the main weapon suppliers for Myanmar are China & Russia, the fact that you insist solely on the Israelis doesnt make them their sole supplier or even the main one.
2) YOU claim that I support an “ethnic cleansing”, I said that I wasn’t sure how much of this story is right or false. I am DEEPLY mefiant of those usual “human right” organisations but the fact that they have been shown to be compulsive liars again and again doesnt mean that they can’t say some truth here and there

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The point is not whether the rabbis care or not the point is even Israeli sources state that their military is supplying the Myanmar regime with arms. Do you deny the Zionist-Myanmar alliance? 1. As for the stuff about Russia working with Myanmar, the fact is Bangladesh owes its very existence to Russia/USSR. In 1971 the US supported its ally Pakistan against east Pakistanis/Bengalis. The Indians were supporting Bengalis. The US was ready to send its 7th fleet based in Singapore to go to east Pakistan to help the Pakistanis and to counter the Indians. The Russians stepped in with… Read more »
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“Do you deny the Zionist-Myanmar alliance?”
Yes I do. The fact that Israel makes some money by selling them some stuff (far less than China) doesn’t mean that there is an “alliance”, since Israel has virtually zero interest near the Bengladesh border. They also sold weapons to China and were involved in the develoment of jet fighters with China, does it mean that they are their “allies”?

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By the way Muslim Dude, we don’t seem to have the same definition of an “alliance”.
Does Myanmar send volunteers to fight on the zionist side in Lebanon?
Do they help them economically?
I have no evidence either that Israeli soldiers are fighting on their side near the border of Bengladesh.
So Myanmar has no alliance with “Israel”, it’s simply one of their numerous customers

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Israeli support for Myanmar is the natural alliance of regimes based on ethnic supremacy Israel/Palestine David Lloyd on September 8, 201 In recent days, the mainstream press has been full of reports of the dire plight of the Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic group in predominantly Buddhist Myanmar that is currently being ethnically cleansed by the Burmese military. Over 146,000 have fled into neighboring Bangladesh since late August and many observers fear that the military will engage in full-scale genocide. Latest reports suggest that the military has been sowing landmines along the frontier with Bangladesh across which Rohingya women and children… Read more »
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Russia and China may veto a UNSCR, but unfortunately a UNSCR is moot if Suu Kyi asks for assistance, since she’s given herself the special status of head of state in violation of the Myanmar Constitution that says she can’t be President. She’s a Western puppet

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Great post, jfb.

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Dude, according to the Cartalucci article you posted, it’s not the Myanmar military forcing the Rohingya to flee. The article said the military has tried to protect them and improve their status. I don’t know that to be true, but that’s what the article said.

All foreign powers should mind their own business.

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MD, this is entirely consistent with the “marketing strategy selling weapons.” One part of the Empire (Israel) sells weapons to the government while another part encourages Saudi Arabia and Pakistan to fund jihadis to go to Myanmar and raise hell.

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Israel refuses to end arms sales Burma military amid ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslims Israel is under fire from human rights groups for refusing to embargo sales of weaponry to the Burmese junta after intensified violence against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority. More than 100 tanks, as well as boats and light weapons, have been sold to the Burmese government by Israeli arms companies in recent years, investigations by several rights watchdogs have found. One company, TAR Ideal Concepts, has also trained Burmese special forces in northern Rakhine state, where much of the violence is taking place, posting pictures on… Read more »
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Please don’t only downvote MD. Rather engage in discussion. I got the impression the Rohingya/Myanmar-issue is not so easy to get a clear view at in one sight.
At least not for me. Thanks for all the facts and scrutiny, dear Syrper-fellows.

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I think he is from Bengladesh, so he will have probably a one side view. I have tried over the last weeks to find & read some Burma sources as well, the sole thing that I learned was that they had too their stories of buddhist villages which were attacked (plus those wahhabi trained guys), but when you have two factions who accuse each other it’s hard to be sure how much is true or false. Add to this their 3 kind of citizenships for the Rohingyas… Still recently there was an article where Bengladesh & Myanmar were supposed to… Read more »
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Yes, jfb. It’s almost impossible to get the truth without unbiased investigations. Sometimes you can spot lies through internal inconsistencies. I’d like to know more about the 3 kinds of citizenship. MD makes it sound like all Rohingyas were stripped of any kind of citizenship in 1982.

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It could be, but hard to verify with a really neutral source. You can search for “Myanmar nationality law”, but it all depends of your conception of who should be considered as a citizen or not; as a Westerner I “feel” that the people who are born in the country and reside for 20 years+ should be considered as citizens, but overthere conceptions are different. I know that some accuse Bengladesh of seeking in a creeping way to annex the northern Rakhine State considering the successive migrant waves but since those people are likely a mix of relatively recent migrants… Read more »
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Goethanian there is a difference between the ordinary people on the ground level and wider geo-politics. We need to de-link the tragedy of ordinary Rohingyas from some of the potential geo-political goals of the US, here are some facts (as per me). 1. The Rohingyas were citizens of Myanmar before 1982. 2. Do the Israelis support the Myanmar regime. The evidence is all there and it’s not hidden. 3. What is the solution? Restoration of citizenship to the Rohingyas which they had in 1982 and their repatriation to their homeland of Rakhine. This has actually occured before when Rohingyas were… Read more »
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MD, I’m a strong believer in birthright citizenship. Are there any sort of birth records that are kept so a person can prove they were born in Mayanmar (presumably Rakhine but possibly another province). Citizenship must be restored for any such person, regardless of their parents’ status.

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Most countries do not recognize this birthright citizenship. Your father has to be a citizen for you to inherit the citizenship. Heck middle eastern women can not transfer citizenship. And marrying middle eastern men, you still dont get citizenship. Many saudi’s marry pakistani’s but they dont become saudi’s although your children do.Laws like that all over the world. Only in the US does being born there or any US property make you a citizen. I know people who go to the US just to give birth.

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The problem I have with denying birthright citizenship is this: If a person’s citizenship is challenged, how many generations must he go back to prove all his ancestors were citizens? The further you go back, the more difficult it is to find documentation of birth or naturalization. Also, a lot of people don’t realize that in the 1930s, man Latinos were deported from the US even though their families had lived in the US since the Mexican War. In some cases they were given no due process; in others, they were pressured to accept deportation by being fired from their… Read more »
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@anti_republocrat: The sole thing that I’m sure, I don’t want to see NATO to be involved in the creation of a wahhabi Arakanistan, if Bengladesh & Myanmar have a dispute, it should concern them only. For the rest, my “feeling” as a western foreigner is that if a “Rohingya ” can manage himself reasonably in the burma language, at least a few hundreds words, he should be granted the citizenship even if he is there for 10 years only. And if a Rohingya can’t speak the main langage of the country after 3 generations, they are right to consider him… Read more »
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jfb, while we may personally disagree with who should/shouldn’t be considered a citizen of a country, we are 100% agreed on no foreign military intervention.

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Took the time to write down a theory I have had for several years now.
But it is now worked out.
Enjoy!

https://twitter.com/zakenpief/status/924653759397089282

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Hehe. So I’m not the only one who automatically blocks followers. 🙂

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also Thucydides,
The people in the middle and lower portions of the pyramid have a way of prostituting their children to the upper ranks, they care not if gross injustice is committed against the innocent, as long as their journey up the ladder of power is secured buy blackmail. that is the game they play.

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@iraq_day
#BREAKING
Demonstrators have ambushed #Kurdistan parliament building and heavy gunfire heard inside the parliament.

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ahh, more unintended consequences of ye ol’ divide and rule.

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It’s over now.

anti_republocrat
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Will we see treatment similar to what was given Mussolini?

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Robin, read my latest post, seems their Barzani is wondering why amerikilla has left them high and dry, stupid Kurds their yankee savior would come running if anyone tried to attack them, the Iraqi’s did and uncle sam was no where to be found, ha ha and fking ha.

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ISIS ‘disintegrates’ in Deir Ezzor
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“Given recent shift balance of power in Middle East against Kurds as a result of Iraqi government’s successful Kirkuk operation, suspect Syrian Kurds will agree before long to offload both Raqqa and Al-Omar oil fields to the Syrian government, possibly as part of a Russian brokered deal granting them some form of autonomy. At that point the US’s Plan C in Syria will have conclusively failed.” (Comments as to what kind of brokered Kurd autonomy deal – acceptable to Assad? Mike).
http://theduran.com/syria-war-update-isis-disintegrates-deir-ezzor/

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Kurds have no say in the matter with either Raqqa or the Omar oil fields.

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Igor, yes. Wan’t Syria prepared to offer some sort of limited autonomy even before the US became involved? In any case, full citizenship for non-Arabs. In that case, yes, you can have what you were promised before you got greedy. Not much of a bargaining position.

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Probably it could be right to give an autonomy to the Syrian Kurds, elsewere more are betrayers. But after Syria need to rebuild a country in wich is basically to reduce the differences and tribalism. The solution is economy development and internal migration so the people or the peoples melt and a strong and unit country will be bild. We must ask Wy the orror of Nusra and ISIS had a bit of success in Syria? How it was possible a lot of Syrian, with an education in a non confessional country, with a good welfare, and a good level… Read more »
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captagon is an amphetamine, meth does horrible things to people, look no further.

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We should recall that Syria is under usa’s sanctions since 1979…in the long run some effects in the syrian society they, probably have produced

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Thats like asking why there are hill bellies in the US. You find religious fundamentalists in the US as well. Aleppo did not revolt and neither did Raqqa. Externals went in and drove out millions of people from the cities. You got to wonder why when Al Queda and FSA came to Aleppo, why did all the people living there flee? population was over 1.5 million before to 150,000 in the end. While 2 millions still lived in the other side of Aleppo.

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Only a turk could put a badge in a criminal’s hooves:
“5,000 militants have been trained by the turkish forces to go on mission as policemen”
https://syria360.wordpress.com/2017/10/28/turkish-forces-train-over-5000-militants-of-euphrates-shield-operation-for-syria-mission/

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https://m.twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/924006809785991168

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2 morons trying to kill each other.

RuAF tries to stop the senseless slaughter by bombing them.

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What will happen to post-ISIL Raqqa? Are refugees now allowed to return, or blocked?
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300,000 residents pre-war, sixth largest city Syria – destroyed, depopulated. Battle over but ‘Humanitarian crisis greater than ever.’ Raqqa faces uncertain political future. US/SDF pledged hand over to civilian rule, but political make-up civilian entity unclear. Displaced Raqqa residents demand allowed return home. But SDF authorities said return difficult due damage from conflict. (With fight over have Kurdish parts of SDF departed, or reason remain in control? Number refugees returned vs. blocked? Mike).
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/raqqa-latest-syria-help-urgently-needed-ngos-demand-refugees-a8006016.html
https://www.thedailybeast.com/in-the-rubble-of-raqqa-victory-over-isis-but-an-uncertain-future-for-the-city

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Anyone trying to return is shot.

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Makes sense. That’s what their Israeli masters did in 1949.

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Refugees are huge money makers. Depending on the agenda the refugees have ti good or bad. Why kurds have IDP cause they steal all the money. Saudi’s pay like $150 a month to stay as a refugee and now you know why so many run off as refugees since an entire family lives on less than $100 a month. Pay half to the people running the place and maybe work for unkle sam as a merc and make $200 a month on top. So no one wants this to stop. Why half a million flee mayanmar? Well its like running… Read more »
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As anticipated earlier (see post below), the SAA/TFs were prepping to storm the central neighbourhood of Hamidiya in Deir ez Zour city, major breakthrough was made today with several blocks being liberated. All indication of ISIS collapse inside Deir ez Zour city,this battle reminds a lot the MO of eastern Aleppo city and few other campaigns,usually when the collapse of frontline defenses do happen the end approaches very fast.ISIS seems unable to rebuild defensive lines behind the original frontline. More news on Monday, but it looks very good for Deir ez Zour city. “Game change advances today in Deir ez… Read more »
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Cantama I am not able in understand wy in Gouta is so hard to break. Maiadin free in few hours, Aleppo in a week, Deir ezzor in few days and in Jobar an Ain Tarma we lose again? Wy SAA don’t attack Douma directly? To save peoples? Usrahell Kurdish did cared about people? Reconquer Douma and erase the cancer in Gouta is basical.

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It is a bit of many things: 1) Amount of soldiers involved is not enough to break the back of the terrorists in East Ghouta, SAA can mount offensives but can not do as done in Aleppo (fair comparison) for instance. Forces involved are good ones but not the prime elite teams such as TFs or Hizballah Radwa. 2) Amount of tunnels spread all over the place is staggering. 3) East Ghouta is controlled battle, nothing can come out of there anymore, it is a torn on Syria’s side, but one that be tolerated at the moment. 4) There is… Read more »
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thank you.

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Keep putting maximum efforts now behind the defenses of Syria/Lebanon/Iran! Next 9-11 before the end of this week most likely! After next 9-11 they will quickly attack Iran/Syria/Lebanon! November 2017 is the month to expect it! Keep moving SAM’s! Keep flying in new SAM’s! Keep making DECOY SAM’s, 20+ for each real one! Keep arming the people! Keep training female snipers, 100.000+ for defensive lines and cities you hold! Keep training new armies! Keep making pill boxes! Found this somewhere! They will NO longer try to get a CHEAP victory the Jews/Zionists of Israel. They have been reading this blog!… Read more »
Thucydides
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Thucydides

This first Friday in November most likely. Must be an attack on American citizens, since they NEED the American men to die in large numbers! They will most likely attack an American city with a small nuclear device then blame this on Iran/Syria/Hezbollah. Quickly attack Iran/Syria/Hezbollah! Might explain why they moved Hezbollah on the terrorist organization list and are boycotting it. Need pretext! They are in a hurry so they will make many mistakes. But they wills still attack! Keep preparing. Keep your most important military leadership out of the MAIN targets for a nuclear strike by Israel/USA.

Pacificnorthwest
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Increasingly large numbers of people are on to false flag covert operations. That does not mean that an increasingly cornered global crime syndicate may not attempt to do it again… as they did before (operation Gladio, 911… and several subsequent horror shows). False flag operations leave a distinctive fingerprint that arises out of their pre-meditated scripted nature. Any real event is accompanied by spotty information, a lot of chaotic noise and no clear story line. For real catastrophic events it takes time for things to become clear, for the actual structure of the event to emerge. At least initially there… Read more »
anti_republocrat
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Thuc, it’s possible the planned false flag already occurred on Oct 1, but too many people didn’t buy and are asking questions, so they needed a distraction so the sheeple would forget about Las Vegas and not pay attention to the absence of any real investigation and the unanswered questions. Enter Harvey Weinstein just in time.

Muslim Dude
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For Syrpers interested in the recent Harvey Weinstein scandal and the related Corey Feldman (Hollywood 1980s star) plan to reveal names of top Hollywood figures involved in paedophile rape, here are a couple of interesting videos. 1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Z90vP8XKPM This features an interview with a lady by the name of Liz Crokin, whose twitter is: https://twitter.com/LizCrokin Liz is relatively respected even by some MSM quarters and in that video she speaks about killing of young children in elite paedophile rapes. She also makes reference to convicted paedophile Dennis Hastert. Know who he is? Well he was speaker of the most important… Read more »
hussein
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a disaster the conspirators against syria and iraq have brought down upon their heads. he who digs a pit for his brother shall fall into it first, but alas words of wisdom can not be heard by the unwise. the zionist world empire’s bid to destroy syria, destroy the logistical line from tehran to lebanon, create a “sunni”, salafi, wahhabi caliphate to separate iran from syria, have unconsciously created a stronger syria, iraq, iran and hezballah. mistake the intentions of this conspiracy not, it was never about oil, gas or any other material gain. it was, has and will always… Read more »
Thucydides
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Thucydides
Rothschild-Zionists=Illuminati-Freemasons Rather dead than powerless. Instead of rather dead than poor. I read through 2500 comments on 2 articles the other day. Here are some of the best and most interesting! ******************************************************************************************************** ******************************************************************************************************** This is globalism where the establishment work in the interests of the elites and then bring War to countries who don’t like debt, usury, sodomy and gender insanity. The latter “values” result in the insane people within the globalist domain to support violence against anyone who opposes it including those unfortunate enough to live in the same space as these freaks It wont. Remember that the Nazi… Read more »
DT - Regime Change Watch
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Fair sample of comments now inundating the web and very, very telling. Who would have believed back in 2001 (9/11) 2003 (Iraq invasion) that world opinion would have so drastically morphed into such a polarised hatred towards the imperial Washington London cabal. Back then you had to think twice before voicing such opinions (so much has been collectively learnt since then too), nowadays that worry is of the past. I ‘speed-read’ many articles I come across because many tell me what I already am aware of. But I pay very close attention to the comments section at the bottom of… Read more »
rizzle
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amen to that hussein. But fear not, for the battle is won in the spirit of the fighting of it. A heart full of virtue is immortal, knitted into the fabric of this good earth and its good people, while evil washes off in water.

Igor Bundy
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Igor Bundy

http://www.nrttv.com/en/Details.aspx?Jimare=17266

The Fish Are Frying.

BAGHDAD – Iraqi and Peshmerga military commanders reached a deal late Sunday (October 29) for Baghdad to deploy federal forces after clashes at the disputed key Faysh Khabur border crossing,

The border gate between Kurdistan and Syria of Semalka was opened on Sunday (October 29) after it was closed for a day because of tensions at the border point.

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Major Generals Wessam Shatter.

falcemartello
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Well fellow syrpers it appears that the science fiction writers of anglo-zionist land have been hired by the UN. Just like the many fiction tales that have been written in the past this last one is the dooziest of them all. This last fabrication has more holes in it than my pasta sieve. Khan Sheikoon report will go down in history as one of the lamest and deceitful oak of merda that has been written in the post modern era, along with all the other compost that has been written about the ME in general and of course Syria proper.… Read more »
Thucydides
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https://youtu.be/T2I66dHbSRA Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, Israel, ? I read the whole comments section. Best comment was: All those who rule the Western world through control of finance have bankrupt morals because of their fealty to the God of Mammon. War and treachery are the tools that fit their mental condition and if they can’t BS you into being cowed by their existence they will bomb you into submission. Negotiation for God of Mammon acolytes is for losers and they will keep the carousel spinning furiously until they are neutered or they take us with them in a blaze of what… Read more »
Canthama
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Canthama

This whole CW scam would be comical if not because innocent Syrians died in the US regime attack to the airbase.The tribunal criminal case is enlarging daily, thousands of people are involved in this brutal criminal war of aggression agains the Syrians, soon people will start being jailed and brought to justice.There is already evidences that will force many countries to pay Syria for the destruction of infra structure. 2018 will be an interesting year.

the Thylacine
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The element that is still not publicised sufficiently is that the cannibals had advance warning of the Syrian air force (conventional) bombing of Khan Sheikoun. The PENTAGON had advance warning, via the ”de-confliction” hotline — the hotline that was abused at Mount al-Thaarda where MY air force acted as close air support for ISIS (I’m still considering a late-night foray to spray-paint ” RAAF — ISIS’ C.A.S.” at the signs outside Amberley air base) The Khan Sheikoun incident was a premeditated crime against humanity including the two kidnapped BABIES flaunted by the rat who posed as their bereaved father. Those… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Well folks, seems like uncle sam has struck again, check this report out, the slimy Barzani is fuming at why amerikilla has turned their backs on them, this dumb fk believed every word they said, ha ha and fkn ha.

https://www.rt.com/news/408166-kurdistan-president-resigns-iraq-us/

Sorry if i’ve double posted this :).

rizzle
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rizzle

He should have read SyrianPerspective. It kind of has a crystal ball quality to it doesn’t it?
Well, at least destiny has accelerated his demise. Would be great if Poroshenko suffered a similar fall from grace.

CHEVI789
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CHEVI789

Rizzle, true that, it seems we are more on the money than most other sites.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine
Iraqi Army Launches Offensive to Frustrate US Operations in Syria by Marko Marjanovic. ”… The US forces a prospect of having two regional powers, both hostile to its Syria project serve as gatekeepers to its access to Syria. No wonder that the US is calling for calm and for everything to be resolved without fighting — ie for Iraq not to press its advantage. Albeit it publicly joined in the criticism of the Kurdish independence referendum (lest it loses all influence in Baghdad and Ankara) the last thing the US wants is for the Kurdish Regional Government — which is… Read more »
AntiJihadist
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AntiJihadist

It looks like the US will retain some control over the Iraqi-Syrian Faish Kaibur border crossing, where it arms its SDF proxies from Iraq. Did we expect the US to roll over? Of course not. While they won’t be 100% in control, it will be agreed that control will be divided between US, Peshmerga and Iraqi forces.

Its vital to prevent Uncle Scam from controlling all border crossings between Iraq and Syria, these imperialists are control freaks for their Zio overlords.

Econdemocracy
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ZIAD…HAVEN’T VISITED YOUR SITE IN A WHILE BUT LIKE SO MANY OTHERS, WOULD LOVE TO HEAR YOUR TAKE ON THE EXPLOSIVE EVENTS ON SATURDAY…FOUND THIS PORTION ON BBC (who gave MSM anti-Hez spin later on but were remarkably honestly pointing fingers at Saudis at least on the Lebanon PM side) and I quote: “Three events that happened suddenly on Saturday in the Saudi capital were not directly linked. But, all told, they pack a powerful punch.. “The first, and potentially most explosive, salvo for the region was Saad al-Hariri’s shock announcement from Riyadh that he was stepping down as Lebanon’s… Read more »
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