MANBIJ LIBERATED BY SYRIAN ARMY; RUSSIAN PATIENCE PROVING LETHAL TO TURK AMBITIONS; KURDS GRUDGINGLY COOPERATE

MANBIJ LIBERATED BY SYRIAN ARMY; RUSSIAN PATIENCE PROVING LETHAL TO TURK AMBITIONS; KURDS GRUDGINGLY COOPERATE 1

Syrian soldiers pose for a photo outside Manbij as victory looms with no casualties. 

It took two buffoons like Erdoghan and Trump to make Dr. Assad’s day a very pleasant one.  First, the Turks invaded northeastern Syria ostensibly to block the formation of some tin-pot Kurdish enclave bedecked in the classic style of the bargaining chip the U.S. once needed to impose elections on the Syrian government.  What the U.S. never knew and always concealed was the uncomfortable fact that Dr. Assad was wildly popular and would defeat any candidate pimped up by the U.S.  The election gambit was a failure even if it happened.

Trump, facing unprecedented ostracism from his own party, sent his favorite Evangelicals to meet with Erdoghan in the hope the Turkish curmudgeon could be persuaded to halt his illegal invasion of Syria lest he face the usual sleep-inducing Yankee sanctions.  Both Pence and Pompeo, born-again Catholics turned Evangelical, announced their success in convincing the Sultan of Syphilis to stop his foray for a measly five days.  The Turks responded by declaring a “pause” in the fighting.  Americans announced a “cease fire”.

In the meantime, Americans are hustling to get the Kurds to pull away from Turkey’s border creating a 20-mile-deep “security zone” where Ankara can dump its Syrian refugees – all 3.5 million of them!  Turkey wants assurances the Kurds won’t come back as though the creation of an enclave with 3.5 million Syrian Sunnis won’t guarantee a perfect corridor for the Kurds to, once again, attack Anatolia.  Well, look folks, I’m not a party to this crackpot idea.

While all this hurly-burly is going on, the Syrian Army has re-entered Manbij establishing a legal presence, transporting medicine and necessities to a population that was nearly starved to death by the feckless Americans.  Syria was able to accomplish all this by merely waiting for the right confluence of events.  In Al-Raqqa, a huge demonstration by loyal Syrians called for the eradication of all Kurdish and Turkish influence.  The Kurds, in the meanwhile, are “negotiating” for some morsel of autonomy after having all but betrayed the Syrian Army, flag and people.  According to my sources, Dr. Assad is getting tired to telling the Kurds “no”.

With the Kurds obsessed with survival in the face of a brutal Turkish-Syrian Sunni onslaught, Iran is having a field day sending vast quantities of goodies to its favorite allies.  And with all that upheaval in Lebanon, it’s getting that much easier.  Note, the Zionist air force is not flying drones or interceptors over Syria to block the Iranian convoys.  It can’t because Russia has warned Mileikowski about a new policy in the air.  But, Mileikowski, has a lot more to worry about now than Iranian shipments to HZB.  He has to worry about his own skin.

Enter Jared Kushner, Trump’s favorite Zionist zealot and son-in-law married to his shiksa daughter, Ivanka.  He’s leading another American delegation to the Zionist Apartheid State to see if he can’t narrow the gap between the two competing candidates for the premiership.  You see, Trump has this love affair with Mileikowski and wants him to stay in power.  It’s the same love affair he has with Kim Jong Un, Erdoghan, Duterte, Bolsonaro,…….and the list goes on.  But, Trump has his own problems to deal with.  Like Mileikowski, he is looking more and more like a wounded goose ready for the proverbial pot.

Now, Dr. Assad has to decide when to hit the Turks to drive them out of Syria.  There is this notion that Turkey has a powerful army.  It would have a powerful army if Erdoghan had not cashiered all his officers.  If appearances mean anything, the Turks are hiding behind the nonexistent Free Syrian Army.  Remember them?

All in all, things are working out pretty nicely now that the United States is following international law by pulling out of Syria.  Some of you might have noticed that the MSM is becoming hysterical over this.  But, this time it’s now all about the Syrian government.  It’s all about America’s wonderful ally, Turk

 

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Hourra pour les gilets jaunes!
One year on, I must express my admiration for the brave and resilient ‘Yellow-Vest’ protesters of France.
They put the indolent and submissive populations of Britain and Australia to shame. They have not allowed themselves to be distracted by media psi-ops. Instead, they have kept focused on the main issues: the cost of living, the corruption of their elected officials and the planned destruction of their country and their culture. They are a tireless inspiration to us all. comment image

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RIC means Referendum d’Initiative Populaire .

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I feel this article is important enough to paste here in its entirety: ABOUT TRUMP Written by Sylvain LAFOREST on 15/11/2019 The timing is right for everyone to understand what Donald Trump is doing, and try to decrypt the ambiguity of how he is is doing it. The controversial President has a much clearer agenda than anyone can imagine on both foreign policy and internal affairs, but since he has to stay in power or even stay alive to achieve his objectives, his strategy is so refined and subtle that next to no one can see it. His overall objective… Read more »

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reading very pleasant indeed

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Harry, thank you so much for this! The article is extremely good, I have never ever read better and deeper analysis of Trump. And everything Sylvain writes is SO TRUE, as Trump would put it. There´s so much in this story that I comment only the section that concerns Russia: “Since Peter the Great, the whole history of Russia is a permanent demonstration of its will to maintain its political and economical independence from international banks and imperialism, pushing this great nation to help many smaller countries fighting to keep their own independence.” Exactly, here´s the essence of Russia and… Read more »

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What it all is about became obvious to me when I realized how Russia was handled post 1991.

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There’s little question that Trump’s actions have, as the author points out, weakened the Empire in the long run. However, his speculation that destruction of the Empire is Trump’s long term intent is evidence free and runs counter to common sense and human nature. It is supported only by the author’s uncanny ability to read minds. Now, I’m no better at reading minds than the author, so I’m not going to state categorically that I know he’s mistaken, but I think there are explanations alternative to the author’s. First, let’s take the issue of narcissism, self-esteem, legacy etc. The author… Read more »

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The elite has always been divided into producers who want to sell their products and traders who want to sell products they bought as cheaply as possible. Producers and traders have in common that they need cheap commodities. Oil they’ll always need.

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This is a fascinating article that articulates a tantalizing and hopeful theory. The undeniable backfiring of all Imperial/New World Order plans since Trump came into office, the public unmasking of the tools of manipulation and the open declaration of intent to plunder are effects and characteristics never before observed in a US Presidential tenure in my lifetime. Resisting the impulse to “read minds” (as anti-rep put it) the net result of my analysis to date has been to ‘credit’ The Donald with dismantling the Empire, regardless of his actual intent. I have been skeptical of posters – whether here or… Read more »

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Well said, AP. I’ve always supported Trump when he did the right things, such as various initiatives to reduce our involvement in Syria, meeting with Putin or Kim, making sure TPP stayed dead etc. I was happy Trump beat Hillary, though I could not in good conscience vote for either of them. I wrote a letter to the editor in December, 2016, denouncing efforts to reverse the results of the election by subverting the Electoral College or by violating the Constitution or long-standing traditions. I certainly agree that results are of prime importance. I called the WH to thank Trump… Read more »

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Good cautions, Anti-Rep. The examples you cite are among the reasons I have held off committing to a final “decision” on Trump’s intent. Flynn’s putting Iran “on notice” early, before he was ousted from the Trump Team, had me wondering what Beast we had traded for the Hil-debeast. It occurred to me that the Trump Team’s rapprochement with Russia was a means to neutralize their influence in a power play against Iran – which would have been more damaging to Middle East stability than the then failing Syrian play and a way to regain the initiative. Another way to look… Read more »

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This MoA article supports my assertion that the Deep State is responsible for “we’re keeping the oil” and not Trump. https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/11/author-of-the-keep-the-oil-mission-already-distances-himself-from-its-foreseeable-failure.html#more Canthama said something similar: “There is a division in the US, whether this is genuine or not I do not know, but the US seems divided between the warmongers team and the “let get this clean up” team, I understand the Dem party, CIA and part of the Pentagon favor more conflict with Syria, and clearly there is anther group trying to get out of this mess, I see Trump playing all sides, but he is trying, once more,… Read more »

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Good post Harry and I agree with you and Canthama, that there could well be some sort of internal split amongst the US ruling elite.

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Yes. There’s actually a 3-way split. Republican and Democrat elites, and those favored by Trump, are united in their policies of pillage, plunder and MIC profits. The only argument is how the plunder will be divided. Traditionally, that argument has erupted every 4 years between Democrats and Republicans. Trump has added another faction, dominated by Sheldon Adelson and perhaps the Koch brothers, judging from the Venezuela mess. All 3 factions are committed war mongers and imperialists. The only questions are who will control and who will benefit.

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As I’ve said before, the foolishness and impossibility of a mission have no bearing on the intent behind the mission. When a robber tries to steal money from a store, but the attendant has a gun stashed under the counter, does that imply the robber’s intent was anything other than theft? It’s possible that in this isolated case, Trump has some awareness of the meager amount of oil in Syria and the difficulties involved in stealing it. However, he and his administration have fully demonstrated their moral turpitude in both Venezuela where they have not yet been successful in stealing… Read more »

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Yury Volkov, the head of All Worlds Russia said they had conquered antarctica at last now for the rest.

poutin steals antarctica… on the next geraldo..

https://www.rt.com/russia/473630-night-wolves-antarctica-russian-flag/

All world will be poutin, I have spoken.

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LOL, I suppose if the US can claim the moon by (allegedly) planting a flag there, Russia can claim its much more accessible “crumb” in Antarctica. Personally, I think Russia got the better end of the deal.

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Syrian War Report – November 15, 2019: Victorious Syrian Army Kicks Off New Offensive In Southern Idlib

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Any SyrPers following Turkish military moves in Syria? Clearly, SAA is not to militarily engage with Turkeys own military, 2nd largest in NATO. However, apparently SAA is engaging with Turkey’s militarized proxy, SNA. Hope others can shed more light on what is going on here – is Turkey only using its proxy to clear out YPG and then turning over to SAA, or are proxies thereafter occupying for themselves? Has Turkey’s own military cleared and then occupied any villages, or leaving all clearing to SNA? Mike.

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Ottoman Daily Sabah is a pro-Israel anti-Syria propaganda rag.

Only a Shlomo idiot would post a link to Daily Sabah on Syrian Perspective.

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Mike, the SAA and allies will not engage the Turkish Army directly, that is the idea, though indirectly it could happen, in a artillery barrage on turkish backed terrorists with turkish military embedded in it. Turkish regime ambition is beyond pushing SDF out of the border, it is redeploy millions of refugees inside Turkey back to Syrian land, and use this very Syrians, a lot are simple people with little to no wealth that need support from the State, and most likely the turkish regime will try to provide some, in part to brainwash them, as it is doing in… Read more »

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Turkish military defused bomb-laden vehicle in Syria’s Tal Abyad, preventing terrorist attack by PKK’s Syrian offshoot YPG planning attack targeting civilians in northern Syria’s Hamam Turkuman. Syrian National Army (SNA) Major Hussein Hammadi, commander army’s eastern faction, said YPG use stolen vehicles of civilians for suicide attacks in liberated areas. (cannot find evidence SNA, Turkey’s proxy, turns over Kurdish-cleared villages east and west of Manbij to SAA. Comments others? Mike.)
https://www.dailysabah.com/war-on-terror/2019/11/15/turkish-military-defuses-ypg-car-bomb-in-syrias-tal-abyad

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Turkish press > Erdoğan’s meeting with U.S. President Trump went exactly as expected. It was very successful meeting in symbolic terms, allowing the two countries to reaffirm commitment working together, mend their strained relationship and keep negotiating. Turkish and U.S. officials found opportunity to listen to each other at length. Next round of talks at NATO Leaders Meeting next month. There, Erdoğan will deliver strong messages to Western governments on counterterrorism, safe zone and refugees.
https://www.dailysabah.com/columns/duran-burhanettin/2019/11/16/highlights-of-the-erdogan-trump-meeting

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What are you practicing for ?

– Israel & NATO penetrate Russia’s S-400 air defenses… ‘simulated’ by US Patriots? –

https://www.rt.com/news/473633-israel-nato-drills-s-400/

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Syria’s Idlib Still Has Over 10,000 Terrorists – UN Monitoring Team

https://sputniknews.com/interviews/201911091077263908-syrias-idlib-still-has-over-10000-terrorists–un-monitoring-team/

There are over 10,000 terrorists from various groups still remaining in Syria’s Idlib, while the number of facilitators and sympathizers, including from the detention camps in northern Syria, may be much higher.

70,000 just in Al-Hol. The other camps are much smaller than Al-Hol, but still we’re talking about a cumulative number that is pushing up towards 100,000.

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Is ” Democracy ” about to come to Qatar ?

– Qatar had prior knowledge of Iran attack on vessels, failed to tell allies: report –

https://www.foxnews.com/world/qatar-iran-attack-vessels-intelligence-allies

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Hmm. Let’s see, sources: “a western intelligence report alleges,” “obtained exclusively by Fox News,” Finally, “A U.S. Department of Defense spokesman … said: ‘We do not discuss matters of intelligence.’” Wow, the legendary non-denial denial.

They’re killing two birds (Iran and Qata) with one stone (this report).

The report could be true, or it could have been an Israeli false flag operation. Not much evidence one way or another.

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Sources dont matter in this regard. Fox News is one of the mouth pieces of the
” establishment / intelligence apparatus ” . If they authorize an article like this, then it means the article has a purpose. For them to be floating this story now is suspect.

I also dont differentiate between Israhell and ZioAmerica, as one is controlled by the other.

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Foggy, of course it has a purpose. What do you think I meant with the “two birds with one stone” remark?

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You did, however, say there wasn’t much evidence when in fact the article itself is a good piece of speculative evidence. Thats what I was trying to convey. Timing is everything with the ” intelligence ” crowd. Qatar seems to have upset alot of hyenas.

” Qatar is currently the subject of a diplomatic and economic embargo by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, and Egypt, which began in June 2017. Saudi Arabia has also proposed the construction of the Salwa Canal, which would run along the Saudi-Qatar border, effectively turning Qatar into an island. ”

Also remeber this ?

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-russia-qatar-military-hardware/qatar-in-talks-to-buy-russias-s-400-systems-tass-idUSKBN1FE0HP

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Evidence? Not sure for what, but Fox has no credibility, and that goes double for “a western intelligence report.” Therefore the article itself provides no evidence of anything. Nor is there evidence as to who attacked those tankers. Just to be clear, when I wrote The report could be true, or it could have been an Israeli false flag operation. I meant the Fox News report could be true despite its lack of credible evidence. Or, on the other hand, it (meaning the attacks on the tankers) could have been an Israeli false flag. Sorry for lacking an antecedent to… Read more »

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I don’t see a problem, the Chinese are not infected by PC culture and call things as they are. Reputations, and even stereotypes exist for a reason, and don’t spring forth from a vacuum. If everyone could just sit down and actually express how they feel about one another without bloodshed, then world would be a better place. All groups should have a homeland where they are the absolute majority, all this mixing of races, cultures, religions, and believes just leads to conflict and bloodshed. Guess who benefits from that ?

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So Kurds, Roma and Jews should all have a “homeland?”

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If we are going to be fair, then yes. Roma need to go back to India where they originate from. Kurds need to go back to Iran where they originate from, and the Jews can go back to the Turkic lands they come from as thats where their brethren are. Seems fair and logical. Otherwise, look how much strife and unnecessary conflict these 3 transient groups have caused just by themselves.

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Foggy, how about if we just live where we are and treat all our neighbors with respect even if they are a different color, speak a different language or worship a different god, and also stop asking for special privileges for members of our own group, which necessarily implies those privileges are denied to others?

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kurds have kurdistan, jews have zionistan and roma have pariey…

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Al-Baghdadi Killing: Knocking off the Odd Man Out I noticed that one of the satellite images used in the media showing Abu Mohammed Al Halabi’s house also showed foundations of a new house nearby that didn’t appear in the currently available image on Google maps. Youssef states that the house was owned by Abu Mohammed al Halabi (“the Aleppan”), but that “he was not the target”. This implies that he might well have been the target – and for good reason; Al Halabi had a long dubious record of association with Hurras Al-Din, an extreme Salafist group closely allied to… Read more »

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And Russia agreed to this ?

– Turkish Army Established Helicopter Base Near Ras Al-Ayn In Northeast Syria –

” The establishment of Turkish military installations in northeast Syria indicates that Ankara is planning a long-term occupation. ”

https://southfront.org/turkish-army-established-helicopter-base-near-ras-al-ayn-in-northeast-syria-report/

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Seems Haftar has ” flipped ” once again. Taking bets on how long he has to live.

– US Demands Hafter Forces Stop Trying to Capture Libyan Capital –

https://news.antiwar.com/2019/11/15/us-demands-hafter-forces-stop-trying-to-capture-libyan-capital/

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Haftar hasn’t flipped. He’s always been for Haftar. Russians now back him — “Oh, no!!!” — so neo-cons and liberal interventionists must condemn him. It’s that simple.

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” He’s always been for Haftar. ”

Like I said, he’s not going to last long then. However, his house and paymasters are in Langley, Va. They control his finances and know everything about his secrets, I’m sure. So the question is, who sent him to Libya in the first place ? Would he dare flip on the ZioAmericans ? Or is he a ” double agent ” ?

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Bush, Obama, Trump and Israel have set a truly terrible precedent with their “targeted killings,” especially by drone. Turkey threatens to take out the head of the SDF: https://wcfcourier.com/opinion/columnists/commentary-we-re-quickly-moving-toward-a-world-where-drone/article_1978a18f-7744-50c2-8e7b-fae3758cc2b8.html?mc_cid=2b346dacd7&mc_eid=ede8e0ffb9

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I think I’ll cheer for Turkey on this single operation.

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Understandable, but what of the long term consequences?

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Hes a PKK terrorist that was involved in planning some of their terrorist activities.. Hes also on interpol’s red list. And he has the deaths of a lot of syrians on his hands.. Dont think a trial and execution would be the way to go.. Enough evil that any one of the number of crimes should fit that bill..

yea rule of law and all that.. I dont think Syria would go that route but I am also not in control of any drone fleet..

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I wish I had answers a_r. Yet somehow it’s comforting to know the Turds and the Turks are kicking the shit out of each other. They certainly both deserve it. Hope you had a great weekend.

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ruca, indeed they are two well deserving foes. May the Russians and SAA pick up the pieces with little sacrifice.

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Amen to that!

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Actually, I think this is great. Every country should follow the Zio’s example, just declare someone a terrorist and eliminate them. Erik Prince ? Terrorist, drone him. Nuttyyahoo, wait till he’s out office, declare him a terrorist, and send in the drones. Zio PMC’s ? declare them terrorists and drone away. Rothschild’s ? you get the picture. If this is the kind of world the Zios want , I say give it to them.

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Interesting perspective. I am actually expecting this development and I wonder what the US Americans will come up with to justify their condemnation of other goverments droning their repective villains. It might just not suffice to claim it’s good to kill bad guys with drones and it’s bad to kill other guys with drones if one is bad. The extra-judicial elimination of ‘villains’ with drones may prove to be a very convenient outcome, but it could backfire. It’s clear it’s not what should be happening in terms of what a civilised country does that is under the rule of law… Read more »

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The zioAmerican will do what they always do, engage in doublespeak and double standards. We dont have countries assassinating each others leaders, yet. However, the blatant killing of Qaddafi and the close call with Chavez, and Morales showed the world the US will kill by proxy with no regrets. Next up will be drone hits on government officials as its a natural development in a world without law. Although, this might be a good thing as the goons in Washington would go to sleep every night not knowing if they will wake up.

One country’s terrorist is another country’s freedom fighter.

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It did not start with Qaddafi. Mossadegh, Lumumba, Allende, Nasser, Saddat, Arafat, Chavez all possibly if not certain to have been killed directly or indirectly by Western intelligence. Officials commonly tarketed is in nobody’s interest. However, It might happen to the West as well as their tactics may be met with retribution. It is obvious this is a collateral they have considered.

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Only in a world like this would the US Imperial War Machine and its enablers re-discover the value and wisdom of the International Rule of Law. But we would be dragged further into Hell in the process of trying to enlighten the wicked. This “licence to kill” that the Israelis, Bush, Obama and Co. abuse derived originally from a feeling of absolute power. Now that their power is beginning to wane, it is wielded out of fear and desperation. I think that the axis of resistance could respond in kind but do not largely as a matter of principle. I… Read more »

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The coordinator of UN special team for Monitoring terrorist organizations Edmund Fitton Brown affirmed the existence of tens of thousands of terrorists in the city of Idleb. Brown went on to say that foreign terrorists in Syria and Iraq are more than 40,000. UN report affirmed Idleb and Afghanistan are the largest hotbeds for foreign terrorists in the world, (so, what is the UN going to do about this? Again, nada. Mike.)
https://sana.sy/en/?p=177882

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New York – UN General Assembly reaffirmed by overwhelming majority Syria’s sovereignty over occupied Golan and over its resources, demanding Israeli occupation authorities cease exploiting, damaging, squandering, depleting, or endangering its natural resources. Resolution entails for UN Secretarty-General António Guterres present report on implementation of resolution at 76th session of General Assembly. (over and over UN so says, but implements nada. Mike).
https://sana.sy/en/?p=178497

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great why dont they tell that to the yanks who are also stealing syrian oil?

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EXCLUSIVE! President Assad Says There’s No Way Jeffrey Epstein Killed Himself In Prison!

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When you post regular written comments, everyone loves ya ❤
When you post youtube clips, sometimes 3 or 4 in a row, sometimes devoid of any caption or comment, you get down-voted. I suspect many posters see it as a type of ‘Spiced Ham’ – Anyway, just sharing my thoughts.
Best wishes 👍

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thats ok i like spiced ham,goes well on rye and dijon mustard ,,sometimes there is no need to leave comments i juts figured it’s useful info someone may like to see,but yes it might get excessive leaving them one after the other like that but at least i try to remain focused on syria

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and he complains about my posts devoid of emotions… hurumph….

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Hey Russia. That ” interim ” government you support in Bolivia is sure making alot of permanent changes.

– BOLIVIA WITHDREW FROM BOLIVARIAN ALLIANCE DAY AFTER ORGANIZATION CONDEMNED COUP

https://southfront.org/bolivia-withdrew-from-bolivarian-alliance-day-after-organization-condemned-coup/

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There seems to have been a drastic slow down in the comments on here. Wonder why ?

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Sproggy …you are wondering why?
Let me explain:

😁 It is because we all feel intimidated by your superior intellect and we are unable to challenge your tacit, objective observations.

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Russia to turn Amerikan bombing station into a humanitarian aid distribution point and establish a local branch of its reconciliation center there.

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Now the bomb disposal teams are sweeping through each and every building, checking for any explosives or other ‘surprizes’ left for us here.

https://www.rt.com/news/473504-russia-secures-us-base-syria/

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Major defense technology leak? Israeli missile interceptor reportedly falls in Gaza Strip and is intact

A crucial part of Israel’s Tamir interceptor, which is used in the middle-range Iron Dome air defense system, seems to have fallen intact in the Gaza Strip, potentially creating a major leak of secret rocket technology.

Looks like Hamas will have mid range rockets soon enough…

https://www.rt.com/news/473550-iron-dome-interceptor-lost/

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Keep sitting back China, that’ll solve theproblem.

– ‘Barbaric behavior beyond the line’: HK justice secretary sustains arm injury as angry mob attacks her in London –

https://www.rt.com/news/473514-hong-kong-official-london/

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Michigan National Guard and federal troops were used to quell 5 day Detroit riot in 1967. They killed 43 protesters who were nowhere near as violent as these HK protesters. Most of the crimes had been property crimes. They had not set opponents on fire.

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Is Lebanon the next geopolitical defeat for the always-doubling-down hegemon? I suspect it might be and tend to agree with Magnier’s analysis …..
https://ejmagnier.com/2019/11/14/the-worst-case-scenario-in-lebanon-civil-war/

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what the hell another bombing i missed?,,

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Hello All, Thanks again to Ziad, Canthma, and all the great posters here. Hope the following is viewed as constructive as it is intended. There have been a number of threads on Climate change, something I have followed closely since mid eighties and a logical conclusion is the issue is really quite simple: it is complicated by the many attempts at correlating it to different phenomenon. Anyway I offer the following constructively: A skeptic’s thoughts on Global Warming/Climate Change from 30 years of reading about it, some verified some accepted: In the late 80ies early 90ies I worked on a… Read more »

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Thanks Wbduncan for your post. The one element that convinced me there is some CO2 induced warming is the observed warming of the upper atmosphere. But CO2 seems to be but one factor that is involved and the warming is less than expected. Also, the upper atmosphere warming is no indication for what we will be up to in terms of extreme weather down where we live.

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CO2 is a building block of life for this planet. Photosynthesis and therefore plant life do not exist without it. I call bullshit on the CO2 scam. Just another ploy to collect taxes and control the population. Oh no cattle produce CO2, you better eat bugs. Polluting groundwater for industry and destroying rain forests for the benefit of fast food is a real problem.

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Right, these are environmental problems that are being neglected, along with the huge socio-economical inequalities in a context of market globalisation, the ongoing colonial wars for oil and other commodities, the abuse of finance and weapons industry. This is what should be talked about. But it’s all being drowned in the global warming discussion that is used as a cover as people prefer to quarrel about proabilities disguised as settled certainties that are considered heretic and lunatic to contradict.

P.S. the upper atmosphere is cooling, not warming.

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In your earlier comment, you wrote, “…some CO2 induced warming is the observed warming of the upper atmosphere.” Here, you write, “P.S. the upper atmosphere is cooling, not warming.”

Which is it? I’m truly mystified.

However, I do agree that global warming is a deliberate distraction. If it were a real concern, the wars would end immediately as they are by far the greatest contributor to CO2 in the atmosphere.

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The upper atmosphere is cooling and this effect was predicted as a side-kick of CO2-induced warming in the lower atmosphere.

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Yes you are correct FB!

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About a month and half since the SAA started to move into north and the NE, enough time has passed to understand a bit the dynamics, here are some reflections: 1) All Southern Raqqa under the Syrian Gov control, Tabqa airbase is being rebuilt, it will take some time, but this an important base for SAAF and for AA. The critical Tabqa Dam is fully under the Syrian Gov and much needed maintenance and some fixing is on going, this is most important for the power generation grid of all Syria. 2) Tishrem Dam and the Euphrates bridge (the only… Read more »

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Thank you, Canthama, for another of your tour de force updates.

But I am taken aback by your #10…..”serious battles are taking place, the SAA has transferred heavy equipments there, tanks, artillery and GRADS”

I’d thought everyone agreed that ISIS had been eliminated except for small pockets, but jeepers….tanks, arty & GRADS sounds like there are plenty still left….and in battle formation.

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GT, sorry, should have been clearer on the point, the battle is against turkish backed terrorists in Tall Tamer area, it has been fierce battle for over a week but lately the SAA has started to advance in coordination with SDF. No ISIS there as far as I know, unless at turkish terrorist ranks that is well known to have many ex ISIS in their ranks (photos and videos showing many ex ISIS and now NSA).

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that is one reason another would be to use these against the yanks if it comes down to it i would think the saa wants to be prepared for such scenario,,they need to show force bringing in all that hardware there

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thanks for the good news info and update but do you really believe that trump wants kurds and gov to join hands or how you put it “fostering the bond” lol while he continues to occupy and hold resources at ransom? you think pentagoons wants that? last thing they want is for the kurds to completely turn against them instead of helping “guard” the oil

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There is a division in the US, whether this is genuine or not I do not know, but the US seems divided between the warmongers team and the “let get this clean up” team, I understand the Dem party, CIA and part of the Pentagon favor more conflict with Syria, and clearly there is anther group trying to get out of this mess, I see Trump playing all sides, but he is trying, once more, to leave. The oil thing is BS, the US is pumping very low amount fo oil, Russia said USD 30MM and recently the US says… Read more »

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“which most of it is sold to the Syrian Gov thru the SDC, the US is clearly trying to keep the SDC with some sort of money, a way for them to pay the US for goods shipped to them…weapons, it is that simple.” i dont find this acceptable at all do you? what needs to happen is yanks leave ,kurds go back to pre 2011 status and syria in fulll control of every inch ,,hope your optimism pays off in the mean time

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For me it is almost evident that Trump is boasting when he declares that the US has the oil . It is a false argument purely , maybe , to calm down some néo-cons and also in order to gain some votes from few people in the next élection . In the long terme it will be necessary for the US troups to quit complètely . Extravagant US agenda in estern Syria .

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After the next US election, President Hillary will bring total war to Syria.
Pray it never comes to pass.

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Ouf !!!! It’ s necessary to use the rosary three times per day to avoid such dramatic outcome . Not so difficult , that mean less than three hours ,

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Thanks Russia ! Will you also work with a ” Syrian interim president ” ? What about a ” Venezuelan interim president ” ?

– Russia considers power shift in Bolivia a coup, but will work with Anez as interim president – Deputy FM –

https://www.rt.com/news/473425-bolivia-russia-anez-morales-ryabkov/

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FOW Russia works with french president micron who was put in place following a soft coup organised by the same as usual. his main challenger the former prime minister François FILLON and well ahead in the opinon poll, was forced to remove his candidacy further to an msm campaign about his wife employment terms. According to them that was pretty serious but almost 4 years later Fillon and his wife have not been condemned. During that same period micron enjoyed a 80% msm coverage……..

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S’ils condamnaient Fillon , ils seraient contraints d’en condamner plein d’autres .Et bien sûr les autres n’aimeraient l’avoir dans le fion .

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I think hub said:
“If they condemned Fillon, then they would be forced to condemn many others….” (I’m not sure of the last bit)

*My old French teacher should be very pleased with me. That a big step from: “ouvre la fenêtre s’il te plaît, petit Ozskeptique.”
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And ” l’avoir dans le fion ” (Fillon is near in prononciation , so near ) mean ” to have it in the ass ” ; So if the LREM (the republic in march ) would condemn Fllon so many who do the same little corruption would have to be condemned also. And the later ones will not be happy to be fucked themself .

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russia is setting a questionable precedence doing this instead of completely rejecting this coup

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Questionable is an understatement. This one action / inaction has shown all the countries thinking of resisting the ZioAmericans that help will not be coming. It also possibly means that Russia’s actions have only been in its interests this whole time. Watch the upcoming Syrian constitutional committee and what they come up with. Additionally, expect that the same tricks used in the Bolivian, and other elections, will be used in Syria i.e election monitors . I hope nobody thinks that there isn’t a ” 5th ” element in Syria, ready to return from abroad to affect change in Syrian society.… Read more »

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Some important news regarding the coup in Bolivia from Colonel Cassad…… ” In Bolivia, the coup is challenged by large-scale protests of the indigenous population and peasants, and also by trade unions that have declared that they do not recognize the seizure of power. MPs from Morales’s party are the majority and in and of themselves constitute a quorum for decision-making in parliament. The chamber of deputies of the Bolivian Parliament met in open session, despite the best efforts of the police, and declared that parliament did not accept the resignation of Evo Morales and consider him to be the… Read more »

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I’m pretty sure that usa and the OEA will not ask for maderation in the repression of Molales supporters.

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The ongoing BRICS summit in Brazilia, could impact events in Bolivia. Pundits speculate that the trigger for the putsch now, was acceptance by Morales, of the Chinese proposal for exploiting Bolivia’s lithium deposits. The presence of both Chinese and Russian delegations in Brazilia, proposing development with mutual benefit to latin america and the PRC and Russian Federation, gives them a stage on which to apply soft power to the situation. The putschists failed to arrest and imprison and disappear Morales. Someone turned a key that unlocked Brazilian Airspace, permitting Morales’ plane to fly across Brazil to Mexico, likely either the… Read more »

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It seems your post’s translation is better than the machine translation I have used in the past for his blog. During the days following the coup in the Ukraine his web-site had english translations among others. After awhile they disappeared and the machine translations I did were pretty difficult to follow so I gave up. I found his posts very good.
Is the english vesion available again?

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A little bit about Syria: 1) Slowly Russia has brought to Qamishili airport some serious heavy equipments, there are now about half a dozen Mi-35 and Mi-8 and nbrs are growing. Several air defense systems were brought as well, visual confirmation of Pantsirs short-mid range AA and maybe soon enough a S300 group will be there, once the long range AA is turned on, bye bye Coalition of the Freaks easy ride in Syrian eastern airspace and Iraq NW….important milestone ahead once S300 arrives there. 2) The SAA has advanced for the first time in months inside Idlib, 3 villages… Read more »

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Oz Burning? To posters who may not know, Australia is a huge, diverse and beautiful country. MY balcony looks out on a lush rainforest with the Great Dividing Range on one side and the warm Coral Sea on the other. The sky today is blue, as always. It’s 40 degrees Celsius and it’s not summer yet! Thylacine, we have these fires every year, but I agree we are seeing small parts of our continent burning ‘as never before.’ BUT before debating climate change, let’s talk physics/logic: A FIRE CANNOT START WITHOUT IGNITION! Tinder dry, hot, windy, yes … but without… Read more »

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There HAVE been lightning strikes — DRY lightning strikes, mentioned on TV today, by an expert NO LONGER PAID, and free to speak… Fire damage is directly related to how DRY the bush is. We’re in a terrible drought, FYI. That is right in line with the predicted effects off climate change. Climate change is now in a debased state, beset on ALL sides by bollocks, charlatans, ueful idiots, cranks, hippies and anti-hippies. My take goes well back, and looks to refer to the science, by scientists who pre-date the hoop-la. I’m not interested in the polar bears who are… Read more »

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What part of what I see from my part of Australia is ‘bollocks?’
What part of the fact that fires need IGNITION is ‘bollocks?’
Was it ‘bollocks’ when the zionists burned down the olive groves in Palestine or deliberately burnt fertile land in Syria and Libya?
Who did YOU blame for starting the fires in the Amazon?
Eco-terrorists who are not currently ’employed’ in Hong Kong, Bolivia, Lebanon etc are happy to weaponize bush fires, for their cause. The end justifies the means?

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More bollocks.

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P.S Thylacine – I live on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef. I can assure you, it is NOT dying or bleaching. Polar bears have not migrated here on melting ice yet and the high tide mark hasn’t shifted in 50 years.
Chemical run off from the cane fields into the sea continues unabated, because in our culture it is absolutely forbidden to criticise our ‘battling farmers.’

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yes , it seem that polar bears population increased three times and the great coral barrier is very well , not dying at all .

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Of course what mean the increase in population of polar bears might have some correspondance with the augmentation of the food of this predator . I do not know if the massacre of baby seals have decrease or increase .

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The Barrier Reef was deteriorating 30 years ago, when I last swam on it. It’s worse now; much worse — because of HEAT (I compare it to the pristine Ningaloo reef where I’ve also swum, no run-off and no oil tankers except maybe Barrow island, but its well-run.) High CO2 levels are CHAINED to sea level rise; this measured over MILLIONS of years. It ain’t gonna be any different this time. A bloke’s been arrested for starting a fire near Bundy: (if only Bundy had burned, it’s a shit-hole). Fire-bugs are not able to do damage on this level, if… Read more »

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Thylacine, I’m surprised you suggest I’m a crank or a fan of ‘big oil.’ You are missing the point. You said “Fire-bugs are not able to do damage on this level.” Too bloody right! These fires are NOT started by random fire-bugs. I believe that it’s a well organised assault, conducted by funded and trained eco-terrorists.
Be objective, be tolerant and respectful. Maybe argue the case for ‘spontaneous combustion’ but don’t spit the dummy when one sceptic dares to challenge your climate change mantra.

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You can believe all the conspiracy theories you want, but the known fact is, we’ve had no rain. When the Extinction Rebellion loons are found, then your idea will cease to be paranoia. What eco-purpose would be caused by idiots lighting fires is an interesting question. It’s been left to RETIRED fire chiefs to complain that climate change’s effects have made fires worse, because those fire execs currently on pay are NOT ALLOWED TO MENTION CLIMATE CHANGE in public. What does that tell you? None of which alters the fact that the elevated CO2 level in the atmosphere is an… Read more »

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OZ Sorry but I disagree…here in Italy those of lit the fire, the arsonists, are well paid by the mafia that want to speculate over the burnt lands…not the Greens “…Climate change is being used as a weapon by those who wish to reduce populations and send the masses into green slavery…” No true ecologist could do that!!! This pure low level cospirationism! “… when the zionists burned down the olive groves in Palestine or deliberately burnt fertile land in Syria and Libya?…” This may be true, but you should show me the ties between the zionist and the Greens…The… Read more »

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I’m not suggesting a link between greens and zionists. I am suggesting the increasing use of the environment as a weapon, with deliberate acts of terror designed to achieve a social/political objectives.
“Police are investigating 12 (!!) fires they suspect were lit deliberately during Tuesday’s “catastrophic” bushfire conditions …”
https://www.smh.com.au/environment/weather/firefighters-race-to-control-bushfires-ahead-of-difficult-weekend-conditions-20191113-p53a3z.html

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Oz , tells about eco-terrorists , not at all about ecologists .

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I beg pardon, there was a misunderstanding by my part

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Anyway there was matter for my “misunderstanding”

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Anyway there was matter for my “misunderstanding”

I quote OZ
….These raging fires suit the agenda of climate change protesters. This is organised eco-terrorism! …

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I remember 25 years ago the” scientists ” had predicted the disparition of Lakshadweep islands ( India ), of course under sea level , poor islands , poor peoples …. But the islands are still there and still very populated . The sea didn’t rise enough . Kiltam , Bangaram ,Amini ,Agatti , kavaratti islands are still there .

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“(if only Bundy had burned, it’s a shit-hole)” LOL agree. Lived there for two years. A backward redneck, conservative farming village full of idiots.

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Bundy Rum is excellent, Bargara beach is beautiful.It’s good to watch the turtles hatching.
*It’s not ‘flash’ but I preferred living there to being in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, New York, London, Paris, Tel Aviv ……😎

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People dragging fucking polar bears into this discussion are not serious.

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*Phew – Climate change or not, some people are getting very hot under the collar, aren’t they? 😎

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People who can only respond by saying ‘bollocks’ are not serious.
… and they damage their own credibility.

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So read my other comments. and to Farty.

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Unbearable , isn’t it .

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Yet more bollocks.

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Tranquilo, diggers, tranquilo, lol.

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You mean penguins..

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My girlfriend was from Babinda . Still many crocodiles in the river ? I also spend some time in cap tribulation and silver valley which is on the other side of the mountains . There no more rain forest but Savannah with beautiful silver color trees .

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Babinda is lovely as ever. Freshwater crocs in upper reaches. Lots of big ‘salties’ in the lower parts. I had a beer at ‘Fishery Falls’ pub last weekend. Did you visit the swimming hole, ‘Babinda Boulders?’ Lots of nice Indegenous people living there, It is a ‘spiritual’ place for them. Cape Trib is very beautiful (and always full of backpackers). You should have married her and stayed here! 😜

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hum , her caracter was special . still I have a lot of patience . We stayed together five years mostly in France . But i recognise one thing , we have something which can calm them down a lot . We should not hesitate to use it . Of that I was unaware in my young time .

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Ah , if youth could know and old age could do …. The world would be different .

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C’est vrai !

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damn tulsi slapped that joy idiot hard and i love it,,,

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for the canadians here perhaps you been following the don cherry thing,nice to see him on the tucker show,,,

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under enormous pressure to run again she says lmao,,sure all from voices in her head the self made queen,,,

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What a bloodbath that would be. Dems would lose the House as well as the Presidency. People are fed up with Russiagate, Ukrainegate and all the rest.

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Ah ! That’s a good news . I didn’t know , people were fed up with all these oaks .

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hub: I think you meant ”wokes’
*Your English is much better than my French and I correct you with good intention.
Salut, mon ami ! 😁

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probably , you are right ; I l am still doing big mistakes .

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Well I wanted to say that russiagate and now ukraingate are big stupidities that even a child of 11 years cannot believe .

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Could be the kids are searching for news on the Duran, but the adults passively watch CNN.

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Zone !

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Maybe wokes. Hoax also fits.

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– U.S. Forces Establish Two New Bases In Syria’s Al-Hasakah – Report –

https://southfront.org/u-s-forces-establish-two-new-bases-in-syrias-al-hasakah-report/

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Leonard Nemoy Warns Of New Catastrophic Ice Age – in 1979.

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/leonard-nemoy-warns-of-new-catastrophic-ice-age/

More evidence that Climate Change Inc. is a hoax.

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Right. We could be in a natural warming trend (or not) and the bankers take advantage and levy taxes against human industry. What a scam.

To “prove” their case, they take smaller sections of larger graphs and blow them up, total data manipulation. This is not mere speculation, there is proof of this fraud.

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To increase taxes , yes . You understand the principle . I will add that catastrophism is an arm for sideration of the people .

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In French there is the very nice saying ‘cela epate le bourgeois’, ‘it puzzles the middle-class average Joe’ and that’s what it is.
In a decade from now or so, we’ll be in for another decade of stable temperatures, and then Greta will be forgotten as will be climate change for another decade.

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yes I can accept the idea that the petrol and gaz might be finished in 60 or 70 years and that there will be no more to activate the multiples explosions motors and that coal will also be finished 100 years . That seem logical . But the global warming due to that , I have difficulties and i demand some proof .

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more than 80% are waters covering earth !!!
Land is just like the border of that large bathtub ! ( buckminster fuller map )
half of it is the southern emisphere
so the northen one is around 10 %,!! that include russia, asia
maybe you are thinking , those areas were industrial some 30 years ago ,
It is the biggest crokerie in mankind history
All that under media set up , for the supremacists
supremacist principle; Oil, forests ( sic ) waters ! do’nt belong to peoples living on thoses lands

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“A hoax? … Illogical, Harry” 😎

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I’m not just illogical Oz, apparently I’m also an idiot and a moron (got called that here for my climate position, or was it my Trump position, or both?).

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CRUCIAL BOLIVIA UPDATE
Confirmed by multiple sources – from Bolivia + friends in Argentina.
Today, at 4 pm La Paz, the MAS [Movement Towards Socialism Party] majority will hold a plenary session, meeting the requisite quorum of 2/3 of Parliament and declare NULL AND VOID the power grab by that Barbie Guaido fanatic, as well as Evo’s departure caused by THE LITHIUM COUP.
It ain’t over till the fat Aymara lady sings.

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That will likely result in a civil war, but perhaps that’s better than simply caving to the fascists. We’ll see how deep is the support of fascism within the army and police forces, I suppose.

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The excellent Andre Vltchek writes, a blinder as usual:
”I covered the civil war in neighboring Peru, for several years, in the 90’s, and I often crossed over into Bolivia. I wrote an entire novel about it – “Point of No Return”. It was an absolute horror. I could not even take my local photographers to a concert or for a cup of coffee in a decent place, because they were cholos, indigenous. Nobodies in their own countries. It was apartheid. And if socialism does not return, it will be apartheid once again.” Whole article, here —
https://21stcenturywire.com/2019/11/13/viva-evo-morales-overthrown-but-bolivian-socialism-will-endure/

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Precisely. The army and police are the difference between Venezuela and Bolivia.
But anyone who thinks this coup is ‘reversible’ is sadly over-optimistic.
Unlike civilised Russia and China, the US, Zion and ‘the west’ will stop at nothing and will happily apply the Chile and El Salvador solution. – Evo knows what they will do and he would not wish that on his people.
Civil war or any substantial protest movement needs outside finance (as we have learnt). Unless opponents of US/zionism ‘step up’ there will be only slaughter and 100 years of fascism.

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Somebody needs to teach the “cholos” how to make IEDs and shaped charges. Iraqis proved that all you need is the know-how and a machine shop. Let’s hope Hezb and Iran have as much of a presence for training in SA as the Zionists claim. Unfortunately, I doubt it.

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We are in the global warming inferno. My balcony looks out on a town oval covered in fire engines, lit 24 hours a day, as fireys work around the clock. normally I can see the ranges, but they’ve been enveloped in smoke for days. The sky has been red like Doomsday, but is clearing. However, we’re only beginning the hot summer Down Here. The New South Wales government, run by climate-denying right-wing Tories, held up a report on the fire danger for 9 months because the unmentionable subject: ”Climate Change” was uttered in partially explaining why the land is tinder-dry.… Read more »

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best news i heard whole day…

i dont want this unique planet destroyed my human animals than it already is.

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It looks like there is a majority of global warming deniers in the site…I’m not one of them
but right now, judging by the big amount of snow fallen in last three days in the mountains around my town, the global warming seems so far away…

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To much conspiracy theory propagated by polluters’ disinfo bots, not enough engagement with the earth. Down Here we are close to it — and I’m no nature boy — but we are on the front line, when the only living thing visible from the Moon — the Great Barrier Reef — is bleaching and dying before our eyes.

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Do not conflate pollution with CO2 emission, it is dishonest to do so. No one is for pollution but everyone is for CO2.

You are experiencing weather. Remember, you said not to confuse climate with weather but here you are doing exactly that.

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The increase in crops has been calculated , It correspond to a continent yeald . At our time of increased population . Thanks to the CO2 which is one of the food of plants .

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I live next to The Reef. Tourism and diving is still booming and the reef is as wonderful as ever. It has been damaged for a long time by chemical run-off from sugar cane farms. Like you say, pollution .. not climate change. Many Aussies, like Thylacine seem to get very upset when fingers are pointed at our iconic Aussie farmers, rather than ‘big oil.’

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Good point. I’m just surprised at how someone can see through the Syria bullshit but get totally sucked in by the climate crap.

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There is a fact and one only . For 18 years no global warming , stability .And the amount of CO2 has never be so hight for milléniums . “search the error .

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You would better call them , climato-realists .

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I live in the country side, have my piece of land that I plant corn, beans, peanuts, manioc among other stuffs, every year. In the past 30+ years I have seem the rainy season shifting dramatically, from staring point in September toward light rains in November. There was 30-40 years ago a short dry season in August, now the drying season (literally no rain or extremely low rain fall) from June to October, non irrigated crop season is shifting, I used to plant in Sept to harvest in Dec-Jan, now I am planting in Nov to harvest in Feb/March. I… Read more »

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Seriously, Canthama, with all due respect, has this site become a blog on Syria or for people relaying the globalists’ global warming? Your observations may be correct but they are no indication whatsoever about what’s causing it. Read about it on Meyssan’s website, today he has another interesting piece, the Global Warming mantra is a globalist agenda in the first place, then there is the physical reality the scientists are supposed to analyse, which they largely don’t do because their science is compromised by the afore-mentioned. Are you aware of the theory that the Syrian war would be caused by… Read more »

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”In the first place” — was the bloody SCIENCE. It matters not that hangers-on have made a bandwagon out of the global warming meme; it’s a real phenom nevertheless. Meyssan is wrong. He should consult his own backyard as a perfect illustration of this issue and why it’s absolutely relevant to Syria. Syria’s back-blocks were affected by a long DROUGHT in the Noughties, undoubtedly a predicted result of climate change. This forced thousands of rural (conservative) Sunni Muslims off their farms and rural homes, to live in towns and cities next door to their (more progressive) Shiite neighbours. Robert S.… Read more »

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It seems to me you are mixing up a few things. 1) I am not saying warming does not happen. I am saying CO2-induced warming is not proven. 2) There is an almost 100% consensus it does happen. Although it is not scientifically proven as is claimed by you incessantly. 3) If you want to turn off the ‘evil’ you have to get the facts right in the first place. What I am trying to tell you is, try to take a step back, read your science and think, there is no proof at all for CO2-induced warming, there is… Read more »

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tT, do you know it is possible to lie with the truth? It is a very tricky and subversive thing to do. If you lie with the truth you are making yourself a part of those you oppose. It works in both ways. For the one who issues lies in the first place, and then for the one who reacts with counter-lies. And by doing so the manipulator will make sure that you weaken and divide those who do not lie. Actually, what the manipulator does, is that he will pay off people from both sides. He will create a… Read more »

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1. Wrong. The CO2-induced greenhouse effect is proven physics. If you didn’t catch up with that then why should I lisen to 2. or 3.? Take a step back yourself, and think, what if the ”alarmists”’ are right, and a few coal lobbyists caused everyone to sit around, doubting — and doing diddly? Just like they did with asbestos, or cigarettes, or breast implants, or… don’t you understand there are people who will lie for money? We will sit on our asses doubting, and then we will cross a tipping point, and then it might be too late. The sky… Read more »

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I need to say CO2 and GLOBAL warming. There is no proven link between the current warming and increasing CO2. There is indications and the radiative property of CO2 is one of them. Neither is it proven that the warming is dangerous. Infinite warming and infinite CO2 are, of course. But that is not what we are talking about. I am talking about current levels. I am not bringing my points accross to you. May be I am not good at communicating them, may be you are not a good listener. I am not at all opposed against the reduction… Read more »

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Who cares whether man iscausing it or not ?at currecnt pace of consumerism most vital materials are reaching peak or will reach it in the next 15 years, THAT INCLUDES SAND SUITABLE FOR CONCRETE which the deserts des not posess , dont be so Ignorant.

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So you seem to be getting my point. Global warming is not the only issue that we are facing. Actually, most people have issues far more real and far more pressing than global warming. Yet we are being told this story over and over again. It is being relayed by a girl that has autism. Autism – she would not listen. Now think, whhat is the state of mind of people who use a girl with autism to spread their narrative. It is a very cynical if not very evil one. I am not saying at all we should not… Read more »

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I personally believe that anthropomorphic global warming is real. However, the world is facing much more serious problems, and global warming is also being used to distract from those problems. Some of those problems are: 1) Current conventional wars and superpower preparations for escalation of those wars, are the single greatest emitter of greenhouse gases. If elites were really worried about global warming, they’d stop creating war and chaos all over the world. 2) There’s a very real risk of thermonuclear war creating a 10 year “nuclear winter” that would destroy most life on earth. 3) Consumerism, planned obsolescence and… Read more »

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global warming means more evaporation of water from the oceans so more rains . You live in brasil isn’t it so the cause is maybe elsewhere ; deforestation ?

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I forgot to mention that there is a magnétic anomaly in the ocean atlantic near Brésil

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An error : Not in the ocean but in the atmosphere . So there is a magnetic anomaly above the western part of south -atlantic ocean , near Bresil .

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hub, what I shared is “evidence” I see and feel over 30 years time at the same place, my piece of land, meaning the dry season is extending, from what it used to be roughly 1-2 months to almost 5 months. I do not see and did not mention any correlation with CO2 or global warming, I see the change and truly have no clue whether this is cyclical since 30 years may be a lot for me and nothing but a second for Mother Earth. I see and feel the correlation between the Pacific Ocean changes (el Niño and… Read more »

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Wow, why all the down votes? LNP cultists?
Better to keep your yacht Thy because the land will burn.

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I hesitated before making the decision to put this video. The last thing I want is to crack gaps among Syrian Arab Army fighting enthusiasts. So, if he consensus is still missing between ‘syrpers’ on the Global Warming issue, let us understand that such consensus does not even exists between scientists. Better getting all the arguments of both sides. If possible, detaching the polution question from climate change.

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I comprehend most of it . Many scientist speak like him . In fact a majority of them . Milles Grâces Antonio et vive le Portugal .

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hub, Prof. Luiz Molion is Brazilian. He teaches Meteorology at the University in Brazil and in Portugal.

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Portuguese spoken in Brazil is easier to understand by foreigners and even in Portugal. The vowels are pronounced wide open, each syllable is well beaten, should not be a problem for French people, especially if he has knowledge of Latin.

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Antonio, not at all, Professor Molion is well known and respected in Brazil, what he points out are historical facts and nothing wrong with that, actually he brings a lot of excellent points. Thanks for sharing it. My concern is with the way people around the world do things, people waste water, people contaminate water (fracking, trash, antibiotics, fluorine etc…), people cut trees and creates huge erosions due to over mining and/or simply stupidity for not knowing the consequences. This is human doing bad, if it is warming the plant or not I have no clue, Earth’s temp and climate… Read more »

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Canthama, I could not agree more. Rational usage of water is way more important that the carbon tax. But then, we find out easily that secondary – non drinking – water network is missing everywhere. Hoe much should be invested? Also, for poor countries in Africa, how does it cost the provision of electrovoltaic energy source capable of fasing-out traditional sources? Will the financial resources required to combat the expansion of the Sahara desert into the coastline of Gulf of Guine ever be available to a single country? Is there any urgent international tax system implemented for this purpose? I… Read more »

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maybe too much of this lentanas , a pest that is from latin américa which invade spaces in Australia .

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Tulsi Demands Info On Saudi Involvement In 911 Attacks

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Hey, maybe if by some miracle Tulsi wins, Jimmy can be her press secretary. He sure won’t be able to make any money debunking WH press releases anymore.

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Jimmy could do it from his garage.

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she should be asking about israhell and US’s role ,that would make her real courageously honest and boss

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I am not a dreamer , she will never get it .

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PCR clarifies what he meant the other day when he wrote in opposition to driving an elected president out of office on the basis of spurious charges from unelected officials and the malicious gossip reported by a suborned CIA officer close to Adam Schiff: https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2019/11/12/washington-has-disassociated-america-from-good-and-deprived-her-of-moral-basis/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=washington_has_disassociated_america_from_good_and_deprived_her_of_moral_basis&utm_term=2019-11-12

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Absolutely flawless strategy: take the ‘official’ story, being bullshit, and find out who helped the saudi patsies in their undertakings. I love it; turning the big lie on the liars. It makes her immune from wearing the ‘konspiracy theorist’ hat, while peeling back the foreskin of of the very smelly prick that is the party line.

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Think you meant to reply to ziad’s post.

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yes

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