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“RIDE GREYHOUND AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US”.  That’s right folks.  Buses clad in a variety of colors, 40 to be exact, have left Bayt Sahm in the East Ghouta to take remnant rodents to either Jaraablus on the Turk border or to Idlib where they can disport with fellow vermin of every ethnicity and culture.  Like backpacking college students of the 70’s, they can now engage in cultural exchanges with Chechens, Uighers, Uzbekis, Albanians, Eskimos and Trobriand warriors.  With their caterwauling brats screeching their lungs out like the nocturnal cats of Beirut, they shall wend their way into a new world of malignancy – where homosexuals are routinely put to death because of they way they were born; where non-rodents can be swindled and shook down for the dishonest tax that’s meant to protect them; where women are handed from one rat to another in a solemn ritual of brotherliness and sexual socialism.  It’s all coming to Idlib and Jaraablus.  And so is the Syrian Army.

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Al-Rastan:  The birthplace of legendary Minister of Defense, Lt. Gen. Mustafaa Talaas, has become the new focal point of humiliation for Ahraar Al-Shaam, inter alia, with the turnover of all heavy weapons and the departure of their thieves on government- supplied buses.  Included in the handover were 6 T-62 tanks, 3 BMB armored vehicles, 2 Shilkas, a huge number of mortars and cannons.  Al-Rastan, which is, frankly, like Jisr Al-Shughoor, a hotbed of ignorance and minoritarian bigotry, is going back to being what it has always been historically:  the city you least like to visit in Syria.  Why Al-Rastan is as welcoming as Gary, Indiana, Newark, New Jersey, Flint, Michigan or even Tizi-ouzo, Algeria.  An invitation to Al-Rastan should be treated with the same zeal as one to spend an afternoon under the boardwalk in Coney Island, Brooklyn, the rats fighting for first dibs on your buttocks.

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Wearing his iconic Italian restaurant tablecloth, MBS beams for the camera while singing:  “I’m the one who broke the bank at Monte Carlo.”………He’s not smiling today.

You all read my last exclusive post which revealed 2 “top secret” memos indicating a strong Saudi preference for Sa’ad Al-Hareeri, the stillborn, oaf son of the late gazillionaire and atomized prime minister of Lebanon whose assassination sparked a fitful withdrawal of Syrian Deterrent Forces from the country.  The memos made very clear the generous support Saudi Arabia was going to unload on Hareeri to strengthen his hand in the Lebanese Parliament.  And just as you might think, whenever the Saudis apply their Lilliputian brains to anything, it was going to be a devastating fiasco!

Yeah, sure.  I know.  Geagea did okay,  In fact, better than ever with his rabid Lebanese Forces candidates.  It’s true.  But, it just ain’t enough to get him over any hump in Leb politics.  I’m afraid that Geagea will always be the proverbial “also-ran”.

Hizbollah’s victory is all the more sweet because the Saudis are gnashing their teeth over how they managed to lose their grip on Lebanon.  Financially, they were top dog.  Now, with MBS’s realignment with the Zionist Settler State, Lebanon correctly saw the twilight of Saudi involvement coming, strengthened all the more by MBS’s curious vilification of Palestinians for not returning to the nauseating, episodic dead-end of peace negotiations under the aegis of the perversely pro-Zionist United States.  What other nincompoop but Trump would send 3 rapacious, Ashkenazi Zionist zealots to strike a deal with the Palestinians over land the negotiators believe was given to Jews by some imaginary deity?

Hizbollah and its allies now have a full majority in the Parliament.  With 128 seats available, HZB and its allies control 67, giving them a “veto” vote over any legislation deemed unacceptable.  Even, dedicated, pro-Assad politicians like Jameel Al-Sayyid won a seat.  Al-Sayyid won his seat despite a 4-year stint in prison on orders from German democracy-loving judge, Detlev Mehlis, who didn’t mind having 4 Lebanese generals wallow for 48 months without charges.  They were released eventually and never indicted for anything.  German justice.

Syria, despite the tumult of a 7-year insurgency, still managed to win on this front, also, handing Saudi chimpanzees a stinging defeat at every level, on every front and in all political dimensions.  The biggest winner,is, of course, Iran.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fighting between the Syrian Democratic Forces, of which the Kurdish People’s Protections Units (YPG) are the backbone, and the Arab Elite Forces of the Syrian Tomorrow Movement headed by Ahmed al-Jarba was extinguished by the American presidential envoy to the international coalition against ISIS, Brett McGurk, who contacted his Syrian allies in the war who had participated in the liberation of Raqqa from ISIS.

http://syrianobserver.com/EN/Features/34198

Elite ayrab forces.. with that fat butt US viceroy mcgoog the ISIS godfather not knowing which end to suck.

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In light of Russia’s new gains in foreign relations with Germany and soon, likely, with Italy and possibly France and Spain, one could argue that Russia’s restraint vis-a-vis Israeli aggression in Syria may be yielding some long term strategic gains that might have not been possible had Russia taken the Israeli bait….

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Excellent point.

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Important short video to watch, the Syrian traitors and terrorists are now blackmailing the coalition of evil idiots in exposing all the details of the CW false flags in Syria “Is Theresa May continuing to fund White Helmets, despite evidence of their alliance to al-Qaeda, b/c otherwise they’ll expose UK involvement in staged CW attacks? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruHauFmqEn0&feature=em-uploademail Interesting to follow this up, either this traitor will be eliminated or sh•t will hit the fan, because, there is no way much more weapons can be shipped to Syria, the frontline in basically on the borders and they can’t do much from there.… Read more »

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Canthama, are we to believe that the FSA, and maybe some other group/s, has lost its patronage from Turkey?

I agree with you, this clown will most likely be mossaded.

The brits are still picking up the tab for the white helmet scum, Mrs May I believe stated as such in parliament.

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With the loss of East Ghouta/West Qalamoun, the terrorists in Syria has no more use for the coalition of evil, Turkey is a different story, they are gathering their favorite terrorists up north for possible long occupation of Syria, but we know they tend to eat each other, so won’t last.

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Canthama, here it is, from the mare’s mouth so as to speak…….

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The video is five years old, Canthama, so it’s not really “are now blackmailing”………not much point in eliminating him now in 2018 for a threat made way back.

I can’t understand how all the WH escaped Douma.

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It cost the lives of 115 million non-Jews to create the racist Apartheid State and it has been a rotting thorn in the side of true justice ever since. But the days of invincibility are dwindling faster than they can fire their priceless [US taxpayer pick up the tab] ‘iron dome’ missiles This might be of interest The legacy of Zionism: Seventy years of turmoil, treachery, death and destruction– Link to SOTT Excerpt: “And the Zionist state has caused the deaths of millions more since becoming a nation-state, as almost every war that America has fought since 1948 has been… Read more »

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And its election day in Iraq……….

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Canthama, ziad Fadel and best all commenters here too. Have you watched the V D Parade part towards the end where Putin and company walk from the review stand to the wreath laying ceremony? You should I suggest as the interactions there have set the tone for the coming weeks……… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdYFFo_tsfk This is RT’s feed now up on youtube. Try to watch it in HD, if you can. Start at the 01.22.00 mark. Here is where Putin leaves the review stand for the last time to walk down the street to the ceremony area. At 01.22.10 Putin motions to Vucic… Read more »

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It remind me when Erdogan stumbled accidentally on a suicidal man whom he convinced to not jump from a bridge, the rescued man was so grateful, I think he kissed the ring of Erdogan live in front of the camera – which was there by pure coincidence also-
Perhaps it wasnt staged, if so Putin found a good pretext to get ride of the presence of the liar Satanyahu for a few seconds.
If it was staged, it is skillfull, more than Erdogan’s akward stunt, the little guy will feel connect to Putin with tears rolling down his face.

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jfb: IMO not staged, Nuttanyahoo is walked around like a dog who’s not getting the attention he is asking for. He’s stumbling, has trouble to follow the pace and is being pushed around, and yes, I also believe he’s making a threat and uttering a fuck you after it. The others are laughing about the situation, as Nutty is getting Putin’s usual jerk treatment. Later on in the vid, it’s clear Putin was not amused and Nutty is having a few concerns about the possible consequences of his outbreak. This is how I see it.

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I think Putin seized the opportunity to put a barrier between himself, and the stench on the other side.

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Nice catch Whozhear!

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Oz says “Au Revoir!” Syrian civilians still maimed and dying from terrorist attacks and Syrian soldiers still dying, this time as as Iranian casualties (LOL!) The new jew missile attacks must have surprised many of the armchair generals here, who only last week, crowed that “Israel’s dominance of Syrian air space is over, forever!” Posters who should stand united bicker and snipe over trivia and any dissident voices who question the majority mantras get hammered. So, I think now is a good time for a ‘sabbaticaI.’ I will be ‘on the road’ with my family, heading West, with no internet… Read more »

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@OZ cynic
2-chez
Buone vacanze njoy time out with the famiglia

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Hi Oz, hope you have a great trip with the family…off to Wait Awhile aye …lol. Don’t be to dejected with some of the posters emotion can get in the way of rational thinking more often than we wish. I’m loving all the worldwide media about this bloody S-300 system….no one has asked the question if the Ruskies might be going to have a little play with their S-500 system in Syria and go fuck it let’s just give Assard our old S-400 it’s already here!!!….Vlad loves to pull a rabbit out of the hat every now and then😂

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OZ my friend, enjoy your family and time off. All the best.

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All the best Oz, take care.

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https://www.rt.com/news/426523-israeli-weapons-disovered-syria-rebels/

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This is far from the first report of Israeli-made weapons being stockpiled by militants. In February, it was reported that the Syrian army stumbled onto warehouses that were stacked with weapons, some of which were Israeli-made, as they were inspecting the Al Boukamal and Al Mayadin areas in Deir ez-Zor, which was liberated by the Syrian forces from Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) in the fall of last year.

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Is Russia giving Israel space to start direct negotiations with Iran and Syria?

In time of changing equilibriums, may I suggest this article and accompaining comments from OffGuardian?

https://off-guardian.org/2018/05/12/which-side-is-lying-about-israels-attack-on-syria

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But then what of the widely reported 20 or so missiles fired at the Golan and even Haifa and Tiberias? Perhaps Penny’s speculation that those were a FF is correct and that the reports came from civilians who witnessed the strikes and had no idea where they came from. Kudos for Penny for the original speculation.

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thanks anti_republocrat 🙂

I’m always willing to think outside of the box and leave the in the box thinking for the largely conformist crowd- which should explain why I took it on the chin for pointing out so many years ago that the PKK/YPG/SDF were US backed and were betraying Syria..
Also explains how it seemed very likely the US was going to renege on the Iran deal- long before most others realized what a psyop that was!
Perhaps it’s my strong anti authoritarian streak at play 🙂

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can you believe this shit?,in any case russia keeps losing credibility ,but im not suprised if this turned out to be true juts like i knew this mention of S300 supply to syria again was nothing but BS talk from Lavrov and the rest,,like i keep telling you guys,don’t count on russia or putin,he is nothing but a politician and there hands are politically tied,rather than be real allies they keep bending to there enemies,errr partners ,,,
Israeli minister lauds Russia for not negotiating S-300 deliveries to Syria
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/israeli-minister-lauds-russia-for-not-negotiating-s-300-deliveries-to-syria/

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It is NOT about Russia.
It is about Iran having the HYDROGEN bomb and a good ICBM to launch a 1 or a 5 Megaton nuke 500+ miles above Europe and detonate it there. That will scare them. Kim from Korea did the exact same. He launched a rocket 4500 miles up into space. Then they realized it was over the fooling around with North-Korea.

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https://twitter.com/EnnaliyaAmster/status/990616110226726912
NUKES IN SPACE!!!

https://twitter.com/EnnaliyaAmster/status/990618165947371521
NUKES IN SPACE!!!

https://twitter.com/PapillonAmster/status/993426197500628997
NUKES IN SPACE!!!

Who mentioned it first?
Was it me?

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all right, now your just too over the top. this is just ‘mad magazine’ stupid.

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What?

First, the President of Russia is accused of caving to bibi on the s300 fictitious deal cause they walked down a road together in front of ‘so many cameras’. And now he is accuesed of not doing the thing… so which is it?

I don’t know. Maybe it’s just all the Jack D. I had this eavening while playing some billiards, but this just seems too juvenile

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Paul, I wonder if anybody here has considered the possibility that during negotiations to deliver S-300s to Syria, Russia insisted the S-300s not be used to attack aircraft in Israeli airspace and that Syria didn’t like that condition? Pure speculation, but possible. Russia has done a great deal for Syria and Donbass and that deserves a little more respect than its leaders are getting right now. I myself questioned why Russia would run the S-300s up the flagpole, then quickly bring them back down, virtually inviting this sort of criticism. But then, I realize I’m not privy to all the… Read more »

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in near future russia can put its S300 in the a.. , as you says correctly, dont count on Russia, count always on yourself! Russia is always playing the “S-300 card”.The last 10 years Iran did massive steps forward in its own development of homegrown AD systems..Medium/Longrange systems like Bavar/Talash or shortrange systems like Mersad/Herz9…and as Iran have also its hands on Tor & Pantsir systems you can bet your a.. they are already reverse engineering it and develop its own, better one….Iran will produce them like hot cakes..Iran learned the hard way with Russia and developed its own very… Read more »

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Russia is not really selling military equipment to Syria for a profit. Syria has little money, so sometimes Iran pay, sometimes Russia grant them a loan to purchase weapons and erase the syrian debt years after. So they are not forced to sell them the S-300. Some aspects are well known: 1) Russia doesn’t want to be involved in a Syrian-Israeli war because it would be like fighting an arab war on their behalf. The most important thing for them is their Tartous base and a viable friendly syrian state. The most probable reason behind their concerns regarding the S-300… Read more »

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Are we there yet?, seems we’re getting closer to NATO falling apart, like a domino effect one thing will cause another, the E.U is starting to look at leaving the yanks and start looking after themselves, as I’ve said, I think Germany will be the leader here, they might even jump ship and align with Russia, after all Russia alone beat the fk out of the Germans, if you can’t beat them then join them.

https://www.rt.com/op-ed/426492-iran-deal-trump-vassals-eu/

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@ CHEVI789,

I love the latter part of your last sentence. Very succinct observation.

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Cheers Daniel, they will eventually wake up.

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newer gonna happen, Germans cucked to the core, do not dare even to mention anything that might unset current world order.
Its not about NATO, its not about Germany, its not about US coal industry, its not about MAGA. It is How We the Goyim might Serve better izroHellHole.
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Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Yemen, Sudan, Oman, Pakistan. Keep pumping more babies, keep developing new weapons, do constant training and educating your youth, just like Hezbollah does. Develop in each of these places 1 million strong Hezbollah forces armed to the teeth. Make 1 million small plastic drones powered by their own wings each carrying 1 kg of TNT, setup drones to navigate during a night using position of stars on a clear sky instead of GPS. Let the sky above Haifa and Tel Aviv burn with fire of Hellhole that await shekel money swindlers.

More news like this
Iran becomes world’s 10th biggest crude steel producer
29 March 2018
Iranian crude steel production witnessed a huge increase in February 2018, according to the latest data released by the World Steel Association.
Some 2.1 million tons of crude steel was produced in Iran in February 2018, the association said in its latest monthly report.
The figure indicates an increase by 48.6 percent compared to the same month of 2017 (1.426 million tons).

To produce Damascus steel firs you have to make a lot of plain steel.
Hezbollah armed with Damascus steel is going to be invincible.

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Oh, the horror. No protection. What are we going to do? And gosh darn it, it’s my decision on what to do… I better pay more attention at that next G20 meeting.

Ya know, 2 days ago I think I saw an Iranian… no, really. It was like damn, I need a zanex or something.

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It’s a hopeful sign that people like Juncker, Merkel and Ischinger are voicing such strong objections. With even Americans like Daalder recognizing the deepening rift, perhaps Europe is waking up. Still, it’s difficult to say whether the linkage with the refugee problem mentioned by Cunningham is recognized by European leaders as well. Perhaps Trump is brilliant after all. He ran on a platform of dissolving NATO and getting out of Syria, but from the beginning the deep state and even his own donors have been pushing him further into the war party. If his daughter weren’t a Jewish convert and… Read more »

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AR, I’ve stated many times what’s going to happen, I’m not a prophet, just logical and history repeating itself, this reminds me of the old Nazi days tactics my friend.

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https://cufpa.wordpress.com/2018/01/05/israelis-sniping-palestinian-children/
https://www.unz.com/tsaker/the-skripals-will-most-likely-never-be-allowed-to-talk/
https://ejmagnier.com/2018/05/10/iran-breaks-the-rules-of-engagement-israel-takes-its-revenge-and-syria-and-iran-impose-the-golan-equation/
LONG LIVE SURIA LONG LIVE THE SAA LONG LIVE A FREE AND LIBERATED PALESTINE
BUONA FINE SETTIMANA TO ALL
Daniel Rich already alluded to Orlovs article which makes a lot of sense.
Remember the famous saying BY DECEPTION YOU MAY WAGE WAR.
Supposedly 2 f-15 by the Fascist IDaf were downed .
Sounds plausible
IDF broke the rules with Hezbullah. After 2006 their was an non so known agreement between the 2, hence all bets are off .
The Iraq elections will be another nail in the anglo-zionist coffin.
ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST

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@ falcemartello,

Come stai, compagno?

In 2006 the Apartheid ‘State’ heralded its triumphant victories over Hezbollah… and you and I both know how well that went :o]

There ain’t no greater sight than a bloodied and bleeding bully.

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Ola compagneros Daniel
Old slavic saying “Aggression and threats are all sign of weakness”
The resistance has literally grown since 2003 the maghreb is waking up. Italian tablecloth MBS days are numbered well maybe years .
The fact that the Russians reneged on the s-300 tells me sumfin ain’t rite in Moscow. hence the sakers article and I also suggest John Helmers blog Dances with bears.
http://johnhelmer.net/russias-new-government-puts-thinking-cap-on-to-make-breakthrough-in-spinelessness/
http://johnhelmer.net/vice-president-for-capitulation-putin-decides-what-job-to-give-kudrin/
Here’s to Pan Arabism and to the late great Edward Said and Docius in Fundem VIVA SURIA

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@ Daniel
Fifth columnist in the colonial outpost tell me there is a total media blackout since the IDaf aggression and bombing of Syria hence it is quite plausible that 2 f-15 were downed. thats the rumours around Jaffa and Al Khalil

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FB, 2F-15s being downed in Israeli airspace after firing missiles would also explain erroneous reports of Syrian missile strikes within the green line. People may have seen the hits during the night and misunderstood what was happening.

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a_r, @KevorkAlmassian reported life from May 9th event on youtube (I watched him life) and he mentioned that day 2 IDF jets were hit, as you can see below he got some confirmation on the subject few hours ago. As always we do not have visual confirmation about it. “Mayadeen bureau chief in #Damascus confirms what I reported on the 10th of May that the #SyrianArmy air defenses intercepted & downed one #Israeli fighter jet (I mentioned two because 3 jets were hit).” I also recommend you to read the thread on Unit 9900 on the next thread Ziad opened… Read more »

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Dmitry Orlov has a different idea as to why the US tanked the Iran nuclear deal: The US pulled out of Ian Nuclear Deal because it’s too broke – link to Club Orlov Excerpt: “Following the Iranian revolution of 1978-79, Jimmy Carter froze Iran’s assets in the US. Ever since then, the US has been holding on to between $100 and $120 billion in Iranian assets, which have been accruing rent and interest. After the JCPOA, which stipulated the lifting of sanctions on Iran, Washington has been doing its best to drag its feet on releasing these assets, but they… Read more »

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I call it a fake.

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It better be or I’ll grow an ulcer.

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Is this Suleeman Shahin real? He seems just good at circulating bad news:
http://www.francesoir.fr/politique-monde/bataille-de-palmyre-un-soldat-du-regime-raconte-la-debacle-de-l-armee-syrienne-face-aux-djihadistes-de-Etat-islamique-daech-Tiger-forces-bachar-al-assad-d%C3%A9faite-t%C3%A9moignage

above explaining on his FB page the debacle of the SAA in Palmyra in 2016

2 months ago, allegedly arrested for speaking about corruption
https://globaleventmap.org/#!entry=14886&area=1&overview=1&lat=28.2762601000007&lng=40.571978515625005&zoom=5

And now this. His version goes against the recent SAA decision to fire missiles on the Golan. Since when an alleged TF commander in jail can post on FB or twitter?

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This has got to be a bad joke!

Does Ivan have that kind of sense of humour?

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He is not the first one who bring this hypothesis;
http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/05/11/could-it-be-any-clearer-russia-is-urging-syria-to-compromise-now/
The problem here is not to suppose that Russia would like to act as an imperial power and do this; thesaker hiself wasn’t pleased by the recent events; the problem is to suppose that Assad would have agree to such russian hypothetical conditions.

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How sad! After all Syria/President Assad has gone through, to be stabbed in the back by Putin is shocking – at least to us. It sounds like President Assad has been aware of Putin’s backstabbing. Now we know for a fact that Putin permitted the U.S. to take over Eastern Syria and Ergoden Northern Syria. Now Putin says it’s impossible to get rid of them and President Assad should just face reality. How heart breaking!

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hogwash.

Take the latitude of Aleppo and go east to the Iraqi border. Everything south is impossible to hold long term by the SDF/US occupiers due to the fact the indigenous population wants nothing to do with either of em. This area is the heart of their whole plan. They will loose this area eventually and end up with this whole war a waste of time and resources… both sides know this.

which is what makes this whole thing a real mess. you never give a psycopath the option of doubling down or loosing face.

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jfb, rightly put.

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Eurasiafuture: they make a few very good points, however the site is clearly biased and exagerating a few things beyond recognition. The Russian intervention is not popular with everyone in Russia.

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lmao,,is that where you get your intel from? some guy posting BS on tweeter,,and what was his source?

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Tiger_Forces Commander of Shahin/Shaheen Groups Suleeman Shahin

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I failed to find any reliable information on this Suleeman Shahin except from
IvanSidorenko1 or people quoting Ivan. Did he ever met him or is he just reposting some elements of his FB page?
I have tried to find reference to him on https://www.facebook.com/Tiger.Forces007/ , no luck so far. I know that the Shahin group exists, but when I search (with the handicap of not knowing arabic) I find Ivan sidorenko giving bad news from S. Shaheen. Like this other one:
https://www.reddit.com/r/syriancivilwar/comments/61njev/shaheen_group_commander_russian_mistake_strikes/

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LOL! Yours seems to live in the US, its probably a frequent name in arabic, like John Smith. Maybe I’m wrong and there are images/bio infos of this alleged commander, but for the moment I can’t find outside IvanSidorenko1

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Yea hes reposting stuff people send him on his telegram channel.

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If it were true
it could be only a temporary agreement, just a truce. Russia is getting everyday stronger, the Empire everyday weaker. Better wait for a more favorable moment, for regain EsternSyria. In the meantime SAA and Allies have the important task of the total liberation of Western Syria.

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When I discuss such kind of topics I like to quote as example, the behavior of Gen Houston in the war between Mexico and Texas in 1836, particularly the battle of S.Jacinto, april 21st. At that time, in the previous months before this battle Gen. Houston went under strong criticism from every corner due to his attitude to avoid a direct fight with the strong Mexican Army lead by Gen, Santana. and because he kept on retraiting. But despite this heavy criticism he stood alone in his position and kept on waiting for the right moment and the right ground.… Read more »

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Syria does not have enough oil for US to invest in it to make much off a difference and it looks like others know this too. I think Syria has less than 5 Bil barrels of Oil entirely.. You see even if Syria had all the oil it is still not enough to develop Syria itself. Syria sold like $2 bil in Oil before but that was using Iraqi oil for domestic and exporting their own due to sanctions. That big omar oil field pumped like 50,00 barrels a day.. Thats it.. Even that field is not enough for others… Read more »

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Bundy, you are correct, we keep hearing that the Syrian oil fields in eastern Euphrates blah blah, those are small fields and they are not operating nearly at 10-15% capacity, due to prior bombing, lack of maintenance, parts and most importantly pipeline to transport the production, all the pipelines run across Syria to the coast and the 2 refineries in Hama and Tartous. Prior to the war of aggression against the Syrians, oil production reached close to 400,000 barrels a day in all Syria, and about half of that east of all the Euphrates. The investment to build new pipelines… Read more »

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Sorry, I don’t buy it. Ivan has his vast connections in Syria and he gets input from all sides. This is most likely a planted message and asked for translation and re twitted, he often does that. There is truth on the message, meaning it won’t be easy to get the Turks out of Syria, it will demand a lot of negotiation and concessions, the same from the core of the US occupation, but it is clear we may see and we will see insurgency all over the places, won;t be easy walk for the occupiers. The message twists the… Read more »

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I was skeptical yesterday but I’m convinced it’s an imaginary commander/”source” now. The 3 most proeminent re-posts by IvanSidorenko1 for this specific guy (Suleeman Shahin )
Russia kill accidentaly 33 syrian soldiers: https://www.reddit.com/r/syriancivilwar/comments/61njev/shaheen_group_commander_russian_mistake_strikes/
Suleeman Shahin jailed for potesting corruption: https://globaleventmap.org/#!entry=14886&area=1&overview=1&lat=28.2762601000007&lng=40.571978515625005&zoom=5
And now this new one where he is the sole one in the secret about Assad’s decision to capitulate and kick out the Iranians

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oh mama what you gonna do when they come for you..

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H.E. V.V. Putin has clearly stated the following:

1) His job is to see to it all of Russia prospers [no matter what happens elsewhere on the planet]

2) Russia stands by the elected president of Syria, H.E. Dr. Assad and his government

3) Russia will and is defending the secular state of Syria against the FUKZUS ‘war’ machine machinations and pays for it in men, women and blood.

4) Russia will not be dragged into regional conflicts.

5) Russia eliminates threats before they can materialize in the motherland.

Should I blame him for not wanting to start WW III?

Absolutely not.

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Russia does not start wars, she usually finishes them though. 5)A fair few months back Putin completely reorganised Russia’s internal security because of the terrorist threats, amongst others, to curb these threats in total. The recent string of major arson fires in the retail space and a couple of aviation disasters coupled with the high number of FSB arrests indicates the scope of Russia’s internal security issues. 4) The war in Syria is in fact a regional conflict. It is the jew with his zionist buddies that want to escalate this conflict into a full blown WW. 3)If this was… Read more »

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Well maybe you people think Putin already runs the planet, but so far he doesn’t. To hell with Russia. 2 is a lie and BS. Read the article above!

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Canthama, this article from Janes gives some insight into the Russian Navy Su-30SMs that have arrived in Syria. Do you know if these aircraft are part of the usual rotation of Russian aircraft, or are additions to Russia’s existing fleet of aircraft?

http://www.janes.com/article/79996/russia-navy-deploys-su-30sm-fighters-to-syria

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This is the same jet that had an accident few days ago on the coast of Syria when it took off from the airbase. RuAF continues to test different planes since 2015, SU30SM is multirole jet but focused on air supremacy fighters, good for interception. There is no exact RuAF nbrs of jets in Syria at the moment, it is constantly shifting planes, but one thing is for sure, the nrbs have increased in the past month or so since the NATO’s CW false flag in Ghouta. My best guess these SU30SM will protect the coast as interception planes for… Read more »

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Thank you, very much appreciated.

I am hoping that these new aircraft are a part of the expansion of the Russian airforce into one of the Syrian ABs further east, that I am hearing about.

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testing?
https://thediplomat.com/2018/02/russia-to-upgrade-su-30sm-fighter-jets-in-2018/

but more likely used to fill radar gaps.
“function as a ‘mimi-AWACS’ and can act as a director or command post …”
https://defence.pk/pdf/threads/mini-awacs-the-powerful-n011m-bars-hybrid-radar-system-su-30-mki.256937/

Basically, you can set up CAP points for a couple SU30’s to fill radar coverage gaps in your air defense network. This is transfered via data links to the S-400 for target tracking, identification, targeting, etc.

Syria just lost a radar and a pantsirs. This could be used to fill a blind spot.

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I am hoping these ’30SM’s are part of an expansion program by Russia, as it appears that Russia will be taking over a former Syrian AB.

And yes they sure can fill a short term remedy
for loss of a radar site.

With the last attacks by the jew, I don’t believe that the jew told Putin beforehand that there was an attack planed in an hour or so, otherwise there would have been an A-50 or similar airborne before the attacks started. An A-50 would be able to fill in for the destroyed radar site.

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The funny thing is than this site is still full of pseudo-supporters of Syria who still pretend Russia isn’t siding with Israel against Syria and Iran. Even the biggest useful idiots would know it by now. Russia openly states it. Only the weaselry crypto-Jews are left to play their usual double game. Russia came to Syria to control the situation for Israel in collusion with USA (Obama, now Trump). USA and Russia were afraid that if Syria and Iran win, Israel will cease to exist. But the win of Turkey terrorists would also be dangerous for the Jew state, because… Read more »

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Thank you Jew for your amazing contributions to Syrian Perspective.

Now, be a good Jew and go fuck your inbred father.

Another fuckin loser!

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My jewdar detected filthy Isis-Jidf internet operator.

Russia did its part, bombed the hell out of Jewhadist mongrels, now its up to Iran, Iraq, SAA, Hezbollah and Houthis to finis the job.

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Of course you’re right. That’s why Russia provides Syrian air defenses with radar and tracking information, helping them to shoot down at leas half the Zionist missiles fired and locking onto Israeli jets, keeping them out of Lebanese and Syrian airspace.

I believe long ago Putin told Nutty long ago he would protect the existence of Israel, but that doesn’t mean he’ll take any action to help Israel to stay in the Golan Heights or continue its occupation of Palestinian Arab territory. Israel is safe inside its green zone, but only if it behaves itself.

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Good pats on the back for Syria. Now behave yourself, face reality and let go of Eastern and Northern Syria. Oh, and get rid of Hezbollah and Iran because you know Israel and the U.S. never never lie and will let you grow and prosper. Ya, right!

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Putin has never said anything like you suggest. In fact, he has frequently supported Syria’s sovereignty and “territorial integrity.”

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“Russian official: If Iran attacks Israel, we’ll stand with you”
“Were Iran to attack Israel, Moscow would stand by the Jewish state’s side, a Russian official said this week, days after an Iranian-made drone infiltrated Israel from Syria and was shot down by the IDF”
“Moscow agrees that Iranian forces must leave the country as soon as the bloody civil war ends and a new democratic government is established, he said.”
https://www.timesofisrael.com/russian-official-if-iran-attacks-israel-well-stand-with-you/

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The words of a vice-ambassador in Israel are cheap. Russia is likely to not pick any side actually. It’s one thing to cultivate your links with Jewish oligarchs, it’s another one to have a belt of one billion musims around you – including millions within your own borders-, and stick to Israel the way the Americans do.

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Riiiiiggghhtt…The Times of Israel…Yeah…Uh huh…Sure thing, Bob.

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Every single sanctions regime on Russia and every single terrorist act inflicted on her has its roots in Israel. You think Putin doesn’t know that champ?

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Times of Israel? ROFLMAO! Russia knows Syria is a sovereign state and treats it as such. Syria alone will decide which of its allies are allowed to have a permanent presence in Syria after the invasion of foreign jihadis (not a civil war) has been defeated.

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The article below is hard to be verified, a simple google translation can do well, it says that from 8 to 10 May, near the Syrian city of Al-Shaddady, in the southern part of Hasaka province, ISIS attacked the US military traveling in their Hummers, and 20 were killed and as many wounded, and that is only one of the many stories in the past months, and the article goes on with other past cases. http://www.e-news.su/in-world/225660-20-amerikanskih-soldat-ubity-terroristami-za-dva-dnya-pochemu-ssha-nesut-takie-bolshie-poteri-v-sirii.html The lack of pictures and videos of such event, coming from ISIS, is by itself a bit concerning regarding the veracity of this event,… Read more »

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I did read something about infighting within the SDF around Deir ez Zour and in al Bab city a day or two ago. Casualties were reported. I don’t remember where I read it but will make sure you see it if I come across it again.

A gogle search did not come up with the article I remembered but this was shown,
http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13970216001091

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OP, tks for the Fars article, it seems to report the same as the Russian one, things are happening back there with little to no coverage, maybe it will get a bit more visibility from now onwards. Greetings.

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I see you promoted Korybko’s latest at eurasiafuture. Grieved and I discussed it’s nature and that of his previous essay at MoA, concluding that something has altered his outlook and analytical abilities. We very much disagree with his thesis that Russia has somehow sent a veiled message that it must compromise, since that message goes against most everything Russia has stated regarding Syria’s conflict.

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karlof1, Korybko’s article is a good source of info and thoughts for the on going narrative that Russia is pushing Syria to a diplomatic compromise. We may not agree with him, as I do not fully concur as well, but there is merit on the thought, mostly based on the visible events to the public, and thats for me is where the big mistakes are made, not necessary all that is visible (let to be seen) or said in public are the real deal, 2/3+ happens in the backstage and not shared to the public, and this is why I… Read more »

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Forgot to mention that a key component of all the diplomacy in Syria is time, the world knows the clock is clicking for the US and EU to fix there debt issue, and won;t be long, once either they try to fix it (collapse of currency etc….) or go to a broader war (less likely in today’s world due to self annihilation possibility). I believe Russia & Syria are playing with time, and pushing the conflict of the borders to the future, this is why Russia would not like to see Syria responding fire to Israel’s provocations (independently of what… Read more »

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Thanks for your well considered replies, Canthama. Yes, there’re multiple, complex issues, so Korybko’s mincing of the several publically stated policy positions, particularly sovereignty–essentially repudiating them–was what was so odd coming from him. Yes, Assad was the West’s man, like Noriega, Diem and such. It’s good to discus the many nuances. What do you make of b’s latest thoughts about Bolton and Iran at MoA?

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b is right, he actually nails down most of the time, by far one of the best person on global geopolitics out there. There is no way in heaven that the supposed meeting in Spore will be successful, the US wants DPRK to kneel down in front of Trump, and renounce decades of hard work to get to the nukes. The only outcome of interest to the US is constant conflict, everywhere, and Koreas are no exception. The US needs a war badly, the closest to China the better since they can use the opportunity to destroy Chinese plans to… Read more »

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Iraqi AF operate beyond borders, Hezbollah is active in places you would not believe, sleeper cells loyal to SAA and Axis of Resistance.
We need more ISis, Jewhadis, CIA operatives, Murican mercenaries, Mosad moles dropping dead suddenly out of nowhere all over the Middle East.
Let them know they might have atomic clocks but time is on our side, and its
ticking relentlessly, Tic, Tock.

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UPDATE AND ANALYSIS: PAX AMERICANA WEAKENING….ISRAEL WEAKENING. 1) The peak of US hegemony was in the period which spanned over a decade after the collapse of the USSR in 1991 and one of the apogees of this era of US dominance was the illegal invasion of Iraq in 2003. This was a ground invasion preceded by an intense aerial campaign which itself was preceded by a decade of sanctions. 8 years later in 2011 US power had declined to the point that they could not mount a ground invasion of Libya but had to use air power whilst using Salafist… Read more »

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@The Saker, who reads and has sometimes posted on this blog and @Everyone else. Whilst The Saker is undoubtedly a great writer with an immensely impressive writing style if we pay careful attention to his analyses and predictions we see that his understanding of affairs is far more pessimistic than reality. 1. He doubted Russia would get involved militarily in Syria – I knew it would. 2. He thinks the US would risk or go close to risking some sort of nuclear showdown with Russia – The US would never do this, and not over Syria anyway. Russia is spending… Read more »

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100% correct MD, I’d also like to add that israhell will not go into a full blown war with Syria. 1. the SAA along with HA & IRGC have now accumillated so much experience ( as opposed to the start of the war for the SAA only ) that they would be dmeolished in a short period ( I’m not chest beating here as we can now clearly see how the SAA has taken over towns in such short periods as opposed back in the days). 2. the pissraelis just got lucky taking down the Pantsir/S200 systems, that is something… Read more »

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Hi CHEVI, Israel’s power is limited. 1. It cannot stop the 2 and half year Russian military campaign in Syria. 2. It cannot stop the constant supply of arms from Russia to Syria including through the port of Tartous. 3. It cannot stop the Russians from enforcing a no-fly-zone over most of Syria. 4. It cannot stop the Russo-Syrian campaign to defeat rebels in Syria. 5. It cannot stop Russia working with China to end the petro-dollar. The Russians have invested so much energy in Syria that they will not allow the Assad government to fall. The Damascus government’s continuation… Read more »

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MD, could to have you back, the situation is indeed moving quickly toward the collapse of the post USSR breakdown NWO, what you describe related to the decline of the US/coalition of evil appetite to use ground forces vs the “safer” cruise missiles attacks is indeed an indication of a shift, these sort of attacks can not, ever, change, this on the ground, unless the skies are 100% friendly to them so the killing can continue, like in Libya and Yemen, but in the latter it became clear the insurgency can take its toll from the invaders, slowly and steady.… Read more »

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Hi Canthama, just passing through really. my days at Syrper are more or less over….may occasionally visit. Hope you are well.

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Good stuff MD.
I can understand why people get nervous when something like last night happens and it’s because we have been betrayed by those in power so many times.
However, this time things are different.
As you say, Russia will allow Israel to blow off some steam every now and then but that is about it.
This is an existential crisis for the Jewish state, NOT for Syria, not for the good people of the world.
Providence has turned its face towards us; it is our turn to rule.

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By “our turn to rule” I mean Syria, Russia, Iran, Hezbollah etc. They are us.

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Hi HarryG, just passing through really…my days of posting regularly at Syrper are over, and I’ve even cut down on reading. However I have noticed the widespread concern in the alt-news-‘sphere’ (blogs, forums) about the Israeli attack. I’m just chiming in with my 2 cents on why there isn’t any thing fundamentally to worry about. Russia is backing Syria with arms and Russian soldiers fighting in Syria. Israel can’t stop that. Iran is more important to Russian than Syria is, so Russia won’t allow the Americans to take Iran out. The only issue is the speed and nature of the… Read more »

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I am well thank you MD, I trust you are as well.
If you wouldn’t mind chiming in every once in a while that’d be great.

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Israeli Weapons Among Arms Handed Over to Syrian Army By Terrorists in Damascus – Link to Sputnik

Excerpt: “Both Iran and Syria have accused Israel of aiding terrorists, including Daesh fanatics, in Syria, especially in Damascus and near the Golan Heights.”

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Your ISIS “soldiers” are having far more serious problems in Yarmouk Camp lol.
By the way “Grid”, I want to hear what you have to say when they’re all dead.

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@ HarryG,

With ‘fighters’ sent in by the FUKZUS ‘war’ machine out of 81 countries, this hasbara troll will be happy to see them all die, as he hates Muslims before anything else, but under the cover of ‘being a friend of Syria,’ still addresses the murdering sweins as ‘soldiers.’ That’s a dead giveaway.

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Oh you’ve seen him before. It’s the first time I noticed this particular iteration.

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Ignore my reply Daniel, it doesn’t make sense because I read your comment differently for some reason the first time. Good point BTW.

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wohaa, Grid will say nothing anymore till arriving in hell, wohaa

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Found the following article quite informative on the very thin line that holds the alliances between the many tribes in Hasaka,Deir ez Zour and Raqqa. The situation is very delicate and bloodbath can start at any moment. We hear several times about a Syrian advance toward the eastern Euphrates but what is really happening is that the alliances are fragile and they are broken almost every day. The event reported below was an example that the US had to intervene to calm things down, more of those events will create a path of bad blood that will only be fixed… Read more »

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Battles For Syria – May 10th 2018 – Images from the anti-ISIS Death Squad Mercenary JEWhadists Operation in South Damascus

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South Front – The War Criminal Racist Jewish Entity Invades And Bombs Syria, JewSA Withdraws From Iran Nuclear Deal

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is southfront really going with the narrative that it was iran or the saa that started this latest exchange?
good gravy, who can we even began to get information from?
boooo..! shame shame on you southfront.!

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Many thanks for this precious link.
Allow me this small quote:
Iran and Russia are the countries which respect Syria’s sovereignty the most.
President Bashar Al Assad on May 10, 2018

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The plan, authored by the Security Studies Group, or SSG, a national security think-tank that has close ties to senior White House national security officials, including – who else – National Security Adviser John Bolton, seeks to reshape longstanding American foreign policy toward Iran by emphasizing an explicit policy of regime change … It is all a matter of perspective, media control and politics. Text in brackets below I have added. “The ordinary people of Iran (America) are suffering under economic stagnation, while the regime (deep state oligarc class) ships its wealth abroad (and into their own bank accounts via the… Read more »

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They already tried “regime change” in January. It failed miserably, and I hope they burned some assets in the process.

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I see a lack of imagination in the globalist crime syndicates shifting from “plan A” to “plan B”, “C…. when does it end”. Essentially going back to the same well of arranging for some “provocation” then media blitzing Israeli victimhood and then committing the acts of war that it had planned to commit. They keep running the same script, cause I guess when you own the media and the politicians it does not much matter because the message the masses get spoon fed by the Ministry of Truth corporate branch offices will successfully social engineer the outcoomes that the oligarchy… Read more »

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Unfortunately the script is working well for the sociopaths. I’ve spent years reading and trying to learn about geopolitics. In my current humble opinion, Russia can ruin anyone who tries to invade Russia. But Russia is powerless to stop the us empire abroad. It simply cannot project power. China is the absolute key. But I cannot say when or if China will step up. It seems that the only reason the cabal has let China rise is because the canal is making mind boggling profits from them e.g. selling toothbrushes to 1 b consumers…. Truth is, the important, influential Chinese… Read more »

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There is only one thing to do my friend, beg god to reveal himself.

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I can remember immediately two flaws in this “successfully social engineer the outcomes that the oligarchy desires”.
In the referendums for the European Constitution in 2005, both France and the Netherlands rejected.

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Even a cursory look at the autocratic structure of the EU, how power is carefully kept out of European parliamentary purvue and in the hands of bureaucracies that are firmly under oligarchic control, is enough to convince me that the EU is essentially a projection of the will of the oligarchy. Sure, every once in a great while things do notgo exactly according to plan, but in that case the oligarchy simply mounts a new effort to get what they desire in another election cycle…. and almost invariably through one avenue or another they get what they want. Popular opposition… Read more »

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But how to get there?
The one million question! Are you inviting me to join your quest for that way?

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I wish I knew… there are no easy answers, as I am sure you know well. Maybe there are some core shared principals that can be a starting place. Principals such as: Solidarity, “think globally; act locally” and so forth. Any “movement” will very rapidly become infiltrated by globalist agents (example, how the US Occupy movement was infiltrated and how the apparatus of repression was able to discover the web of influencers in that movement). Movements can be (and are being) infiltrated & destroyed, ideas are harder for the plutocracy to extinguish… though they do their very best to drag… Read more »

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you have a pragmatic situational awareness.
I want to join your team.

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This goes to the number of shills still spouting about Iran attacking israel and how israel destroyed iranians in Syria. I am flabbergast that in this day and age there are people stupid enough to not have the ability to even go look for what is going on as there are plenty of outlets which shows what happened. If not in reality at least not believe the bombastic media propaganda they are fed. I believe if you are that stupid then you deserve all the pain coming to you sooner or later and it is only a matter of time.

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If you go to JewTube and search for ‘Syria’ all you get is Iran this, Iran that, all firing rockets at Israel. The propaganda war is being won by Israel unfortunately.

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Now that they’ve won the propaganda war, how they gonna ‘splain the Tiger Forces’ presence on the Golan Heights?

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we are living through the zombie apocalypse 🙂

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“The ordinary people of Iran are suffering under economic stagnation…[blah, blah, blah]”

Well, no shit, Sherlock! You’ve been sanctioning them to hell and back for how many decades now?

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Here’s Bolton talking about a “viable” opposition: https://youtu.be/4CY5-s73U-s?t=739, but as the Vagabond points out a minute later, the “viable” opposition turns out to be the MEK.

And here’s Giuliani talking to what is more obviously the MEK: https://youtu.be/4CY5-s73U-s?t=859. Is that Maryam herself on the stage with him? Get a load of how her troops chant “MEK” in their uniformly red hijabs, while Rudy pretends they’re chanting “regime change.”

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“After Netanyahu Visit to Russia, Russia backs off Supply of S-300’s to Syria “ Some of the worst propagators, witting or unwitting, of this bit of Israeli propaganda (s-300’s to Syria) were here at Syper. Now Israel get’s to crow and crow about how they ‘influenced’ Russia into not sending this system. Israeli propagandists started the lie and they’re ending the lie in a way that benefits Israel. Not a surprise. I warned here as well as at my blog that this was the case and that their was abundant information available (Sergei Lavrov) that clearly stated there was NO… Read more »

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Come on, Penny. It was the Russians themselves who said they were “reconsidering” the provision of S-300s. They should never have said such an asinine thing if they weren’t actually going to do it. Don’t blame syrpers for a Russian mistake.

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The Russians didn’t say they were reconsidering the s-300’s specifically.And Lavrov specifically stated there was no agreement regarding those specific arms/munitions whatever you want to call them. Dmitry Peskov : “Please read again the president’s statement made several hours after the attack and aggression against Syria. Read it attentively,” he said. Putin made zero reference to the S-300 Putin’s statement contained no direct reference to the possibility of providing defense systems to Syria Lavrov ““Several years ago we decided not to supply S-300 systems to Syria at our partners’ request. Now, we will consider options to ensure the Syrian state’s… Read more »

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Lavrov: “We’ll have to wait to see what specific decisions the Russian leadership and representatives of Syria will take,” TASS cited Lavrov as saying on Monday during a visit to Beijing. “There is probably no secret about this and it can all be announced (if a decision is taken)” Neither Putin nor Lavrov stated that the S-300 was even under consideration- the media pushed the meme and assumptions were made and ran with. Now today I see the news that Russia caved to Israel- Very self serving for Israel. Which is exactly as I’d suggest this would be spun. Also… Read more »

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There is / was no mistake, the confusion is meant to continue, there are S-300. You can only use them on such relatively short ranges when a full scale ware is on and desired, until now Syria has everything needed, and will get more. By the way more S-300 would make zero difference, there is also the Russian navy remember ? The AA firepower is enormous. The Russian bases have not used one high tech missile system while under attack, not even Tor M2 or Antey 2500. The drone attacks and others have been dealt with Pantsir S1-2 ; BUK… Read more »

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well said sir!

a russian spokesman said syria has all that it needs…

with the S300/400 radar network enveloping syria
and its coastline maybe all you need is the S125/200
missiles to down the “advanced” western missles and
aircraft as they are adequate enough for the job required

its always nice to keep the “good stuff” on standby
till when its really required

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-also, the loss of a few good men for the SAA.-
-condolences and respect.-

Other than that, the SAA only lost one s200 radar and 1 pantisar1 truck.
When you attack a nation with 50 planes armed with long range standoff missiles, you should get better results.
Israel is showing its weakness and inability to do much while the SAA has shown very little of it’s capability.

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@ idiocracy,

In conjunction with ‘The Tsar Bell‘ comment above, even if Syria doesn’t have the S-300, Russia does. This includes, among others, the next generation, S-400. It should also be noted that the Apartheid State doesn’t have the balls any longer to fly into Lebanese airspace to commit it heinous acts of war. It now fires everything from the ‘safety’ of its ‘own’ territory. The Apartheid State will be dealt with later, once Syria itself is stable and entirely under government control.

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@ Daniel Rich

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) since early 70’s deeply symbolic and icon,
later on driving me in science, mathematics, and spread the word.

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well put. At this pace hopefully all Israel will be able to hurl is insults… ftom the war crimes docket in a new Nuremburg style war crimes tribunal.

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Can we move on from the incessant and obsessive fixation on something that will have zero effenct on the battlefield? The S-300 ‘System’ is not a missile, not is it a radar. This is a system that is a brain to integrate and control an AA network of radars and missiles. As I have stated before, the entire Syrian AA network is already slave to the Russian S-400 system. An additional ‘brain’ would be a waste and not used. Additional radars can not yet be added until the ground is secure and they would just be targets and take additional… Read more »

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Primary function Israel is to bomb & assassinate the Arab people and their leaders into submission to support the 300+ Illuminati NATO bankers their Petrol-Dollar. Denying Israel this function is denying Israel’s right of existence. It (Israel) will then become a reputation (goodwill) and money sink for the 300+ Illuminati NATO bankers and their “useful idiots” Freemason accomplices. https://twitter.com/EnnaliyaAmster/status/992738398568943620 What these self-proclaimed elites are in the NATO countries are BANKERS and criminally insane thugs. That is it! Above everything they are BANKERS and they need to support their money printing presses all the time at all costs for everyone else… Read more »

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Great comment, Paul.

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the original Paul “As I have stated before, the entire Syrian AA network is already slave to the Russian S-400 system.”

I had read that wrt to the Pantsirs but was unsure if this was correct or not. So the S-400 and the Pantsirs work together?

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Yes, Pantsirs are networked. Even AWACS and other airborn sensors, the newer combat aircraft or even ships off the coast can send data to the S-400 and also be assigned to targets. Everything that can detect, track, or engage airborn threads is run from the central command center. There tracks are analyzed, prioritized, and assets are then assigned to engage based on factors such as range, availability, and even cost. Launch commands are sent back over the network and the fireworks show starts.

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thanks original Paul 🙂

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Too many people are placing the S-300 up there with the Holy Grail. As has been stated above Syria’s AA is more than adequate.
But having said that please remember the author of this blog stating that he has personally seen the S-300 on Syrian coast.

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@ grr

Mr. Ziad Fadel may have seen one of these systems:
S-300, S-350, or launcher trucks, witch can work under either. Mr. Fadel dit not mention a time frame, so…
The only ones who might find holiness with S-300 are foreign pilots.

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True, your right on, and for the howlers poor brats enemy fishermen on this forum,
they need to find a new place to try their luck. This barrel contains
clever crabs who eat the lure but leave the hook hanging empty.

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visual map of Israel’s strikes on Syria. The night of May 10, 2018, Damascus Province.

https://twitter.com/smmsyria/status/994816937468317696

Syria’s crew of a Russian made SAM have passed up the time of an Israeli attack and been hit. The footage clearly displays a man running to the Pantsir-S1 at the very last moment. While waiting for missiles to be reloaded they took themselves out of the battle and learnt a hard lesson.

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– White House Examining Plan to Help Iranian People Oppose Regime –

” White paper pushes bid to help Iranians topple already weak hardline regime ”

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/white-house-examining-plan-spark-regime-change-iran/

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They already tried that in January. The softline “regime” is already in power and they’ll end up empowering the IRGC.

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I am with the Saker 100%. Putin is casting a die from which he will not be able to extricate himself from unless he pulls his finger out now.

The concept of calling the empire ‘partners’ in fighting the terrorists is absurd

We are already aware that isis is preparing a false flag CW event east of the river.The empire will respond to this false flag boots and all.

The Donbass is being reignited.

Time now is of the essence.

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There you go. You can see who supports you…the ennemy. Think about it.

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[There you go. You can see who supports you…the ennemy. Think about it.]

I am thinking about it. All the time.

It does appear so. I have been watching very carefully to see who answers my posts…and how.

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The saker is disgusted because he is from russian background and would like to see the land of his ancestors being a lighthouse for mankind. They have done a great job in Syria, it doesn’t mean that they have an obligaton to deliver the entire mankind from oppression, nor that their decisions are always brilliant. IF they try to blackmail Syria with the S-300 in order to eject Iran from Syria, that would be stupid and shortsight, but I have no way to be sure about what’s happening behind the curtain. In all the cases, if the Syrians can count… Read more »

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Russia is keeping its enemies close and its cards even closer. I await with anticipation Russia’s next move.

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US white population growth should turn to negative in 2018. First time in history, excluding casualties in large wars.
Y————-Total———————-Born——————————-Dead
2015 === 199,091 (61.8%) === 2,130,279 (53.59%) === 2,123,631
2016 ———— —————–(born) 2,092,252 (53.09%)

some data is missing but obvious trend is there
In year 2000 there was 2,362,968 whites born, and in 1990 2,626,500

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I suspect the zionist regime will carefully assess the results of its recent aggression and contemplate its next move on the regional chess board. But what is clear from the past few days is that the Syrian war is entering a new phase. This is really cause for much satisfaction because Syria and its resistance allies have clearly won the first phase. After seven long years the proxies are defeated (obviously there is Idlib still to deal with and other pockets) and now israel must rely on its own military in order to realize its criminal objectives. As the zionists… Read more »

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All said, situation is good. Last time SAA and Iran decided time is right for retaliation zionist f16 went in flames. This time, disregarding Dotartd’s sanctions and NutYouwhoos show in Moscow, again SAA and Iran decided to retaliate with 50-60 grad missiles on command centers all over the occupied Golan.
Next retaliation could be in Haifa or Tel Aviv. Iran – Saa – Hezbollah let the chosenites to do the thinking.

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Why so slowly?

If you have the HYDROGEN bomb, use the HYDROGEN bomb.
If you do not have the HYDROGEN bomb then buy your time and keep building it. Do not escalate until you have enough Hydrogen bombs for London, Paris, Rome, Frankfurt Germany, Basel Swiss and Israel.

https://twitter.com/EnnaliyaAmster/status/990618165947371521

When you have HYDROGEN BOMBS, use them! Do not postpone using HYDROGEN bombs.

https://youtu.be/sTcBgs2huRo
USE THE HYDROGEN BOMB AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE ALWAYS!!!!

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Coz its much more fun to expose shekel traders on a daily basis. Redpill one friend a day should be our motto.
Dr Duke – The Zionist Conspiracy Theory is NOT a THEORY – it is a FACT! Exposing Israel’s Crimes in Syria!
https://davidduke.com/dr-duke-the-zionist-conspiracy-theory-is-not-a-theory-it-is-a-fact-exposing-israels-crimes-in-syria/

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Saladin, my friend, you nailed in the head. Time is critical for Israel, and it is getting between desperate and panic mode. Israel relies on the post WWII power play where US/NATO ruled solo from 89 onwards, and that means security, weapons, UN support, money, lots of money. This world is now crumbling, and Israel knows it, and moreover, by sometimes in 2019-2021 the USD collapse will happen draining all the US “easy” money access, with that US military will collapse (no salary no army no weapons), and Israel will be left to the Lions. Israeli dilema is exactly that,… Read more »

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Your last paragraph – now why doen’t Putin work on that solution instead of Syria giving part of their country to Turks and U.S.

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I’ll let the pictures do the talking.

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The liberation of Palestine is now

Guns blazing

Zero hour

Bombs away

BOOM BOOM

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24 Resistance Axis
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May 9
LIST UPDATE: #SAA retaliates w/ MRLS salvos on following #IDF targets…

1. 9900 unit HQ
2. Technical & Electronic Survey
3. Electronic Jamming HQ
4. Communication & Transmission Station
5. A Military Heliport
6. Hatmar 810 HQ
7. Mt Hermon forward outpost
8. Alpinist unit HQ

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Wrong! To liberate Palestine you need to drop a HYD……B… on London, then tell them to pack their bags and leave in 1 week. If they do NOT listen you drop a HYD…….B… on Paris. If they do not leave you drop a HYD……B….. on Rome, if they still do not leave you drop a HYD……..B…. on Israel and wait for 10.000+ years till you can live there again. That was my plan for the liberation of Palestine. P.S. It is very important to use a VERY DIRTY thermonuclear weapon that pollutes a city like London for 10.000+ years to… Read more »

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Syria should increase new s200 systems to protect itself

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exactly,,since russia is too weak to send s300 they should send all there old equipment to syria for free since they know how to put it to good use and know how to use it better than anyone else ,plus no one will make a fuss about it ,,how embarrassed would nutjob be to complain that syria might receive s125 or s200

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Give me a break:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Republic_of_Iran_Air_Defense_Force
Nothing here is equivalent to the Pantsir or the Antey 2500, but it stil better than S125 or S200

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Sayad, Bavar373, much better than s200, probably even better than first export downgraded version of s300.
Irans advancement in AA field in the last 10 years is spectacular. Go Iran. Iran newer downgrades its equipment for real friends and often provides training and development for free (Houthis, Hezbollah, Hamas, SAA – Tishren M-600 missile for SAA, Anti ship missiles for Hezbollah and Houthis, drones for SAA etc.)

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In Washington, Chief Rabbi shekelcrumbler ((( Mnuchin ))) accused “the Iranian regime and its Central Bank” of misusing banking access in the UAE to acquire US dollars to fund the IRGC-QF’s “malign activities, and to arm its “regional proxy groups.” The new sanctions also ban US individuals and entities from doing business with the currency network. China is “already the winner,’’ Dina Esfandiary, a fellow at the Centre for Science and Security Studies at King’s College in London, told Bloomberg. “Iran has slowly abandoned the idea of being open to the West. The Chinese have been in Iran for the… Read more »

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Great, it means that the Syrian retaliations were performed regardless of the Russian pressures to not retaliate:
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/russia-is-not-negotiating-supply-of-s-300-system-with-syria-official/?utm_medium=ppc&utm_source=push&utm_campaign=push+notifications&utm_content=English
” Russia not currently negotiating the supply of S-300 systems with Syria, the top aide to the Russian president, Vladimi Kozhin told Izvestiya on Thursday.”
It is much better to rely on what is sure (Iranian support) than an elusive S-300 that will be delivered in 10 years when the system is deprecated

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@ jfb,

It also mean Russia has given the go-ahead for Syria to defend itself against the FUKZUS ‘war’ machine [including the Apartheid ‘State’], but moreover, to retaliate. That was an act not seen over 40 years. I think there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes than you and I are privy to.

Russia needs Syria as ‘bad’ [for lack of a better word] as Syria needs Russia. It’s a contemporary fusion of a symbiotic and synergistic partnership.

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I don’t know where this comes from, but it seens you are seeing “an act not seen in 40 years” that is not seen today and has little chance of being seen as long as Russia continues to call its enemies “partners” and inviting the proxies of its enemies to celebrate the Victory Day.
A day when the USSR defeated those same enemies, 75 years ago.

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Yeah, Penelope you see what I see, how my present wife will feel if invite my ex to my birthday celebration and call the ex my sweaty and tell my wife that she meant nothing to me , do you think she believe me? that is the way I see Putin I am losing faith on the Russian, this war should be over 3 years ago, why not,Ukraine never should happen, Obama call Putin to stop the president of Ukraine to use the Army on the Maidan and Putin did,What he had in return “A Parner”, give a brake. Free… Read more »

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I think Putin/Russian role has most likely to do with trying to “neutralize” Iran’s nuclear weapons. But it is all speculation. Just keep working on the HYDROGEN bomb. You need 50 x 50 Megaton and 450 x 5 Megaton. Then get the WILL to USE THERMONUCLEAR WEAPONS and USE THEM. There will be a moment you have to destroy London & Paris with Hydrogen bombs. You have to do it. Do not talk, do not hesitate, do not feel sorry, this is for ALL OF HUMANITY for hundreds of thousands of years. So there is really no problem with dropping… Read more »

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Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program and has not had one since the Shah. The ayatollahs have declared WMD “un-Islamic,” and they mean it.

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Do you remember when the Sultan was invited to Moscow to inaugurate the new mosque?
How many times did Nuttanyahoo travel to Moscow? What’s he doing there? Chilling with prostitutes? Is he going there as an ally, a partner? Is he asking, begging or demanding, or giving orders?
The Macron clown paid the US moron a visit shortly ago. They planted a tree. Big gesture. The tree is no longer there.

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@ Farty Beans, As far as I can see, H.E. V.V. Putin leaves his emotions at the door of his office, when dealing with warmongering psychopaths. The Russian contingent in Syria is relatively small and the military footprint equally tiny. So, if we go back to September 2015 and see where we were then and fast forward to today and see where we are now, the Russian forces have made a massive [and very positive] impact on the ‘war’ against H.E. Dr. Assad. Let me be clear, nothing would have changed if it hand’t been for all the heroic martyrs… Read more »

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@ Penélope,

When was the last time Syria fired in between 20 to 40 missiles into the illegally occupied ‘Golan Height’ to attack the Apartheid State?

According to my data, that was in 1973, 45 years ago.

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Daniel, you didn’t understand/read what I wrote.
Today Syria did it, DESPITE what Russia said or asked for.
It’s a good sign…for Syria, not for Russia, not for Putin.
Assad have balls, Putin acts as Western’s bootlicker.

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THis is an excellent point ou raise. “Russia needs Syria as ‘bad’ [for lack of a better word] as Syria needs Russia.”

Some have complained about Russia’s seeming tolerance of crimes against Syria (the bombings, turkey invading, etc). The response to this has been to argue Russia has it’s own interests and owes Syria nothing. This is true only to a certain extent, and it is likewise true in reverse to an extent. But your statement is closest to the whole truth.

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If anyone finds news (pics?) of damage to israeli military installations in Golan or elsewhere I’m sure everyone at Syrper would love to know.

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Blackstone Intelligence Network reports on US troop buildup in Jordan.

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He mentions Russian harassment of Israeli jets over Lebanon. So Russia has not been just “sitting like Buddha.” They are providing intelligence support etc, though not direct kinetic support.

He talks about US troops in Jordan around 19:14.

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The SAA FB posted this few hours ago, always good to hear from these guys, they have the best connections within the Syrian forces, this is their take on from the events last night. “A comprehensive report regarding what happened last night and this morning. – Late yesterday evening Zionist military conducted number of artillery strikes against a Syrian Army post in Khan Arnabea which led to SAA returning fire by firing number of mortars against the source of Zionist fire. – The enemy did not stop its attack and launched number of recon drones to sweep the borders over… Read more »

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Note that in Magnier’s article, he omits any mention of the Zionist ground attack in support of its terrorists that began the entire incident. The real champs were the air defense forces. The next modification to the Rules of Engagement ought to allow for the launching of AA missiles at jets outside of Syrian airspace that have launched their own missiles. A dozen Pantsir-1 with lots of ammo in Southern Lebanon would be good too!

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Canthama, if the events indeed played out as you have transcribed above, then we can surmise that Nutty’s high profile rushed trip to Moscow was an act of extreme opportunism designed to humiliate Putin, and test Russia’s foreign policy, in the most visible fashion. Nutty’s foreknowledge of Israeli intelligence’s gaming of the Syrian response would make the probability very high that Israel used/uses the occasion as a psyop to cleave Russian co-operation with both Iran and Syria, and consequently weaken it’s geostrategic situation. Ask yourself who targets Russia consistently? Even Assad has confessed that on a geostrategic level the Syria… Read more »

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Regarding your comment about Nutty’s trip to humiliate Putin, when I had read of the trip I thought, same game Trump pulled with President Xi Jinping.

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spinworthy, excellent point. In a broader global geopolitics, it has been all about encircling Russia for a check mate, from NATO expansion eastwards, Afghanistan, Georgia, Ukraine, Armenia, Iran…. Russia’s recent relationship with Israel was fostered after the mass migration back in the 90s, 20% of all Israelis are ex USSR 1st and 2nd generations, but Israel does not have the same relationship with Russia as it has with the US, meaning when the rubber hits the road, Israel will always go to the US for support. Natanyahu invitation to Victory Day was a mix of honor, Russia’s message to Iran… Read more »

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Yes, wasn’t it MD who used to talk about Karma all the time?

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I think you nailed it down precisely spinworthy.

Facial expression, body language, lack of dialoge. President Putin and that other dude did not look at easy nor friendly with each other. This tells all I think.

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Canthama, Thanks you again for all you do to inform us. And for your guidance and wisdom. I understand your message in earlier posts. Russia is not Syria is not Iran. Each has independent interests as much as shared interests. I worry about too much divergence though, as stated in the quote of your post: “with all due respect to all Syrian allies, the entire situation was dealt with by the SAA.” This can be read in multiple ways, but I believe it is trying to address Russia’s discontent with the Iranian role that is being implied in many Russian… Read more »

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you are talking pure BS. Your statement “This can be read in multiple ways, but I believe it is trying to address Russia’s discontent with the Iranian role that is being implied in many Russian press.” is made of pure hot air none of which has a traceable origin. You just pulled that one out of your azz to see if it would sprout wings and fly. The zionist press has nothing on you. Your a just a carpet bagger selling snake oil to suckers that believe your tripe.

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Russia, Syria and Iran (and China) are aware that if they allow Israel and the US to drive a wedge between them, then they will all be left for laceration. However, given that Russia is the most essential, this circumstance has implications.

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My friend, Russia’s bond to Iran has grown tremendously, the best relationship between the two countries over many centuries, but yet to reach a strategic level and it will come when Iran fully joins the Eurasian Economic bloc late 2018 and the SCO in 2019. Having said that Russia and Iran have disagreed in many ways in Syria for the past 3 years, from the battle for Aleppo city to southern front, but disagreement does not mean a loss in the relationship, it means lack of air support etc… Russia will not chose to relate to Israel vs Iran or… Read more »

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Like always, a great post Canthama. Some says that Russia should be neutral and keep calm and some other says Russia should show a little more aggressive approach. Both views, if expressed in good faith, are for the sake of victory of Syria, Russia, Iran and resistance axis. Yes, there can be frustrations but it should not cause any friction and heated exchange rather initiate a logical debate with strong arguments. Every alliance, every country, every organization or every family has a different point of view or factions that think that a specific problem should be dealt with in a… Read more »

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whats FB mean?

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FaceBook.

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no shit, i been saying that the whole time,because there is no way iran would use syria like that,,,
Syrian Army, not Iran, struck Israel last night: Iranian official
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-not-iran-struck-israel-last-night-iranian-official/

does not seem by chance,,,
Breaking: Israel releases footage of their forces destroying Syrian air defense system
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-israel-releases-footage-of-their-forces-destroying-syrian-air-defense-system/

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since when have you started frequenting that FB page? dont think i ever seen you there,maybe rarely,,i been on it for years,,its the closest military source since they have direct ties to personnel in the saa

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ziad, I do not have FB account, never had and will never have one, so I can not comment on any post they have there. But I do access their FB page since early days and their branches in twitter which are excellent as well.
I always read you comments there, Ziad Welds, you are a strong supporter to Syria, keep it up.

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I see,,yeah i had to open a FB acc in order to post but i never give any info and very littel to open the acc,,i dont even bother with the acc at all actually ,,thank you for the compliment

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The Rothschild Syria connection. Donald Trump bought and paid for.

Has anyone have any idea on US troop strength in Jordan at the moment? Not just in Al Tanf but near the Golan Heights.

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Perhaps it goes way deeper. According to Dean Henderson, Trump is an agent of the British Crown (I would say, he owes them)
https://hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com/2018/05/09/crown-scuttles-iran-deal-killed-kennedy-did-911/#more-3612

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The City and its cronies, the Crown and both Jewish and Gentile bankers (given intermarriage, there is no difference), took over the US in 1913. To say the Crown assassinated Kennedy, or the CIA or organized crime, is all the same thing. They’re all controlled by one super-rich, super-powerful class that has multiple factions, but common interests unite them all. Likely as not, all factions were united in the need to eliminate Kennedy.

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According to my take, all factions in the JFK hit supplied hit-men in order to spread the guilt all over, so that all had a stake in maintaining secrecy. Thus also with 9-11. As to super-powerful, I take the testimony of the bloke who most busted the Wall Street perps of the 2008 GFC — Matt Taibbi, of Rolling Stone, whose sources were all over the FBI, the SEC and many insiders. He told Occupy; These people are actually weak: they are terrified of pound-in-the-arse jail, and a little bit of unity and resolve will bring them down. Sadly, Americans… Read more »

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Good luck. Recently someone told me Aussie couldn’t change the world by itself. Hope you’re right. Your political system is not quite as two party locked in and corrupt as US. Matt was wrong. Obama shut down Occupy in a coordinated police hit to clear encampments in all states simultaneously after the Dems failed to co-opt them all.

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Occupy was never the entity that would have done in Wall Street: it required SEC action, and political will in Washington. Zero there. Occupy was a stooge entity from Day 1, by David Graeber and controlled opposition.
The reason they are in terror of Glass-Steagall, no matter where, is that it denies the hyenas access to savers’ money. bBail-in they have, and can steal at will, even here, but with G-S their entire gambling corps must divest away from Main Street. That will cause a domino effect.

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The Apartheid State hitting Syrian Arab Army assets @ https://twitter.com/IAFsite/status/994624463722500101/video/1

If anyone finds footage of Syrian missiles hitting Apartheid State military assets, please add them here [or in a fresh entry on Syrpers].

Thank you.

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Let us not forget that the Apartheid State has called Iran [anyone who can fight back, actually] a ‘threat to its existence.’ Before ‘you’ tear up about this unproven ‘fact,’ please remember the large amount of the Arabs this entity, void of any true compassion, has killed and murdered over the years. There’s only one existential threat to peace in the M.E. and it all emanates from that dark hole, on stolen land, that should be folded back into the pages of time any day soon now.

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Israel will be defeated in the streets of London & Paris.
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https://sputniknews.com/europe/201805111064342974-germany-eu-iran-missiles-deal/ “German Chancellor Angela Merkel held on Thursday a phone conversation with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and proposed him to discuss Tehran’s missile program and activities in Syria and Yemen, the German government’s press service said in a statement.” Just the way Rohani caved in/capitulated on almost everything 3 years ago, sometimes I have the feeling that this guy is sold out and that he will try to blame the RG & hardliners to sell the idea that they -not the cheating Westerners-, are the cause of the new sanctions. The simple fact that he accepted to discuss this on… Read more »

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A chance to obtain peace and economic properity may matter a bit. Would you just throw it away?

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Is this phrase from a Libyan thinker or an Iraqi thinker? I can’t remember.

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Don’t worry about Iran. They don’t have a problem locking up or hanging traitors. As for the conversation with Muckle don’t believe the hype. It’s not like any real media will have any real notion of what was discussed. Muckle will do what Muckle does ride that cock she rode in on and take that cream pie in the face as usual. Shysta shnell shnell…she’s about to get the mother load. Be the obedient tramp and betray her entire nation…again.

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jfb, the US and Israel are certainly never to be trusted, not even as a hypothesis. This circumstance always needs to be taken into account. But Iran is strong enough to negotiate. Iran is not Iraq and it is not Libya. There is a reason why it was not attacked on its soil yet.

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For what I read, Germany and other EU members have announced that they would ‘stick to the deal as long as Iran does so’ and that they would ‘protect their companies from US sanctions’. The phone call might have been a pleasant and constructive one, for both sides. Merkel got her assurance that the ‘provocation’ has not been committed by Iran, but by Syria and that Iran would still be fully committed to the treaty. On the other hand she might have promised him to snuff the Trump and possibly hinted that all other EU members would be in line… Read more »

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“that the ‘provocation’ has not been committed by Iran, but by Syria ” where did you read that shit from ? iran would never say such a thing because syria was not the one provoking,it was israhell and always has been ,,how ever wrote that piece is putting words into irans mouth

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ziad, I don’t see a point in explaining to you what the quotes around ‘provocation’ in my text above might be hinting at. You are either too thick to grasp it or you are intentionally misreading my words. In either case, any of my efforts would be a waste of time, for both of us.

That’s why you can consider all your upcoming contributions as ignored by me.

Have a good day.

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either these are your words or something you read,,my point stands

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if you are reading some source that provided this garbage you should stop. If this is your idea of analysis you should go back to the archive link here at Sypers and get caught up cause your assessment above is ridiculous. Iran and Syria have a pact Iran will not leave Syria for any EU leverage on some treaty they can’t even hold the signatories accountable for. What is a provocation? Just retaliation or self defense for dozens of killed Iranians lawfully in a country and fighting terrorist in a sovereign nation? Why does Iran have to justify or even… Read more »

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Syriana Analysis – Marwa al-Osman – Resist NOW: The Era Of War Criminal Racist Jewish Entity Invincibility Arrogance is History Now

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Syriana Analysis – 10 May 2018 – What You Need To Know About The War Criminal Racist Jewish Entity Invasion and Bombing Of Syria

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Syriana Analysis – 10 May 2018 – Syria – War Criminal Racist Jewish Entity Aggression, Bombing and Destruction Of Syria