POLITICALLY BANKRUPT; EUROPE AND U.S. STRUGGLE TO SAVE TERRORISTS IN ALEPPO

الجيش السوري

ALEPPO:  From the very beginning of this conflict in March 2011, the West and its Arabian monkey puppets like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE, aimed to take over a major Syrian city in order to establish a competing power in the country which could challenge the writ of the Damascus central authority.  Ideally, the fattest prize would have been the capital city.  When that didn’t happen and it seemed too daunting a task, the focus fell on the huge industrial capital in the north, Aleppo which had for, at least 2 years, resisted the efforts of the terrorist cannibals to enter the city.  Aleppo, like Damascus, and like most of Syria, for that matter, is a multifaceted, demographically variegated crazy-quilt of minorities sprinkled throughout the majority Sunni population.  And the Sunnis of Aleppo, are not known for their militancy or fundamentalist thinking.  To the contrary, Aleppo remains Syria’s major center for the Sufist branch of Sunni Islam – a branch known for its spirituality and pacifism.

Damascus could not be broken for reasons we knew, here at SyrPer, having to do with the Zionist front.  The Syrian Army was trained on fighting in the South and on the Golan where it expected all wars to start and end.  Thus, the SAA concentrated its efforts on sealing the border with Jordan to prevent a Zionist Army flank movement from the South and on the Golan which Syria is intent on recovering from the claws of the Zionist rodents who now occupy Arab Palestine (Southern Syria).  Constant assaults on the capital city led to nothing but occasional bombardment of serene, mixed neighborhoods in Jaramaanaa and ‘Adraa.  In the final analysis, the terrorists of Jaysh Al-Islam were only able to infest the Eastern Ghouta from which they are now being slowly, and inexorably expelled.  Other areas in the Qalamoon were eventually deloused.

But, Aleppo, seemingly safe, was vulnerable if only the Saudis could lean on Erdoghan enough to open a new front, a front upon which the Syrian Army did not concentrate.  It was always assumed that the only trigger for Syrian-Turkish conflict was the Kurdish dimension; a matter which was resolved years ago when Abdullah Ocalan was exiled to Greece and, then, Africa.  (He was captured by a Turk special operations unit in East Africa and returned to Turkey where he is doing a life sentence on Imrali Island.)

The Saudis found a receptive ear in Ankara, what with Recep Tayyip Erdoghan in power.  The United States also played a part in opening doors from Turkey to Syria early on in order to arm the terrorists now collecting in large numbers in areas like Hatay, Gaziantep and Adana.  Let’s forget about Hillary Clinton’s own involvement in sending Libyan weapons to Turkey in order to arm the anti-Ba’ath murderers via the criminal efforts of Christopher Stephens, the openly homosexual U.S. ambassador to Libya and a closet CIA agent (just like Robert Ford).  That Benghazi episode will come back to haunt Clinton soon enough, but, it was a window into what was going on with the U.S. and NATO’s efforts to unseat a very popular Syrian president.  That Erdoghan was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood is lost on no one.  He was receptive.

Erdoghan, also, had other motives.  Aleppo was a major hub for the Ottoman Sultans ruling from the Sublime Porte in Istanbul.  Anyone who ever lived in Aleppo, as your editor has, cannot but take note of the substantial Turkic/Armenian influences in everything from the speech patterns to the cuisine of the inhabitants.  Erdoghan saw the Saudi and American overtures as an invitation to expansion; a justification for the pipe dream of a renewed empire with him as the revivified Sultan (or maybe Caliph).  As absurd as this may sound, nations do not necessarily conduct business based solely on interest.  There is the element of human frailty and gullibility.  There is the element of psychosis which is what sunk Hitler in Russia and what is sinking Erdoghan today in Syria.

It took a long time for the Syrian Army to grasp the tactical challenges of shifting its priorities from the south to the north.  But, with Russian and Iranian assistance, the transition to a country-wide battle, became a reality which we are watching today in Aleppo.

Aleppo is the penultimate goal for the government.  Once it is liberated completely, talk of “political solutions” or “transitional governments” will seem banal, even meaningless.  The U.S. and its allies know this which is why there is an explosion of diplomatic activity to rein in the SAA and its newly energized air force.  They are trying desperately to stop the onslaught which, we predict, will result in the complete routing of the rodents in all of Aleppo City within the next few weeks.  The Arab League, inspired by the cockroach-state of Qatar, is conducting an emergency meeting with a complete focus on Aleppo.  The Qataris, through their propaganda-lie machine, Al-Jazeera, are ramping up the rhetoric, accusing the government in Damascus of “war crimes” and the like. Needless to say, nobody pays much attention to an ugly, overused prostitute like Al-Jazeera.

These kinds of techniques: trying to build up a furor amongst the public to justify direct intervention militarily is not going to work because the Russian administration has made it pellucidly clear that no “pressure will be applied to Syria while it is fighting terrorism”.  This is Qatar’s nightmare.  With a member of the Security Council obstructing the endeavor to save the last remaining Alqaeda rodents inside Aleppo, Qatar’s ruling pack of rodents has to deal now with the fact that it has lost over 100 billion dollars in reserves to support the maniacal war against the Syrian people.

The Saudis are even in a less enviable position.  They have lost their special relationship with Washington.  They are suing for peace in Yemen hoping to save some face through a negotiated return of their immensely unpopular factotum, Al-Haadi, to power.  The recent statements by Houthi leaders indicates that the talks are going nowhere despite Kuwaiti nonsense mentioning a soon-to-be-announced “historic agreement”.  In fact, the Ansaar-Ullah fighting machine has just liberated the Al-‘Amaaliqa military base opening up a Croesus-sized arsenal of weapons to be used for killing Saudis.  The Saudis are up the creek without a paddle, so to speak.  And their leadership is rudderless and naïve.  We are watching to slow descent of the House of Saud into a cesspool of decrepitude.

Yesterday and today, the Syrian Army has advanced deeper into the Al-Raashideen Quarter liberating 8 buildings and killing 4 snipers.  The terrorists here are almost all Alqaeda members and face a terrible destiny as our army batters them relentlessly from the nearby Dhaahiyat Al-Assad.   SyrPer has received accurate reports of deepening ammunition and water shortages amongst the rodents in this area.  We are confident it will fall soon enough because rodent chatter indicates a complete breakdown of morale with openly voluble expressions of lack of confidence in leadership.   There are no supply routes left.

 

North Atharyaa:  The SAAF blunted an ISIS suicide operation here by firing rockets at a gathering of terrorist hyenas.  No other details.

 

South of Khanaassir:  The SAAF attacked ISIS leaving scores dead ant wounded.

 

Al-Kallaasa:  17 terrorists killed in a quality operation near the Southern Cemetery where a group of Alqaeda vultures were gathered.  Here are the only Syrians identified among the piles of manure:

Arkaan Hussein Tawfanji

Zhaafir Shaakir Baabaa

Muhammad Anwar ‘Aabideen

Muhammad Husni Al-Qaysi

Zaki ‘Umar Al-Kilaawi

The rest were all foreigners.

 

__________________________________________________

NEWS AND COMMENT:

Watch this Russian walk through a veritable gauntlet of explosions and, then, read the entire text:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/russian-soldier-strolls-gauntlet-explosions-153355692.html

Sharmine Narwani analyzes the presidential hopefuls from a Middle Eastern perspective:

https://www.rt.com/op-edge/341454-us-presidential-elections-middle-east/

Want to know more about companies which do business in the West Bank to promote Zionist thievery?

http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/278164-new-un-database-of-companies-complicit-in-israels-occupation

POLITICALLY BANKRUPT; EUROPE AND U.S. STRUGGLE TO SAVE TERRORISTS IN ALEPPO by
Sort by:   newest | oldest | most voted
Stavros Hadjiyiannis
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Great to hear. The Russian Air Force is also back in the game over the skies of Aleppo.

CHEVI789
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
CHEVI789

Stavros, didn’t even know they left, sure they took away some planes only to change them over for the new helicopters and then some, Russia is in Syria to stay as long as needed, hell will freeze over before Putin allows it to go down.

Canthama
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Canthama
Ziad, excellent article and context. Here goes some info on KSA delouse. “There is serious trouble brewing in Saudi Arabia. They have been dumping oil increasing their output by 3.5%. However, the cash is being kept offshore. Rumors have been flight that members of the Royal family may be creating a stash just in case there is major civil unrest which forces them to flee into exile. Obama on his recent trip told the Saudis they should adopt democratic reform. Make no mistake about it. There is trouble brewing in the Middle East. There is no way Obama would have… Read more »
ziad
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
ziad

“they should adopt democratic reform” lmao they’d sooner eat pig or die then do that

Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich

It would be so nice, to wake up tomorrow morning and to realize all evil had been terminated…

I sincerely hope Syria will be a shining example of how many various groups can live together in harmony, after this hideous onslaught is over.

The world needs it.

I need it.

Thank you, Mr. Fadel.

It’s always saddening to see a country, were men die like wild flowers, untimely cut off by the bloodied scythe of war.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Ziad,

It would help immensely if you could tag the first 9 paragraphs as irrelevant — and wildly inaccurate — throat-clearing (politeness eschews the word “rant”) and save time by pointing us directly to your final paragraph with HeadFairy “update” from al-Rashideen.

In an ideal world, you might then mention bombing/shelling/destruction of services/deaths of civilians, but I have learned to lower expectations to sub-blog levels.

Thanks,

Fats

Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich

In an ideal world, your mom would have kept the afterbirth and thrown away the baby…

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Daniel,

You sweetie — where oh where did you get that 101 Ultimate Putdowns book you keep on the bedside table?

Waiting for an answer that notices the point,

Fats

JojoIran
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
JojoIran
here is your answer: you think in a monolithic way you are always right and every one else has lower IQ than you. you see my friend that is the same Zio and Al-Saud thinking. so here I come(not literally but verbally) you are one fucking Idiot that God allowed to be borned just like other 5% of population, and his reasoning for allowing such a travesty to other good disent human beings of the earth was to tech us the other 95% how in his own kingdom of goodness few Angels were challenged the almighty which after all that… Read more »
Observation
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Observation

Unfortunately for the jewish who didn’t variety their DNA, they all have this same mentality, what is strange is they all think they are very intelligent because they know how to use words. It is a mystery how some jewish people are completely almost bad DNA retarded.
This guy here, fat pork man, is the same as every jewish guy I meet in USA. The guys in Israel who are not arrive after WW 2 are different although they also have some DNA retardation. Sorry if offend someone, that’s how I see.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

JojoIran,

Once I have the faintest clue what you’re on about, I’m sure I’ll enjoy your answer thoroughly.

I do know that you must have a bad experience with peas at some point in your life.

Hang in there,

Fats

Open Society
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Open Society

it’s OK to be Gay, Fats…..we’re all God’s children

busefalas
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
busefalas

Fats here at SyrPer know you and what you stand for but if you forgot that you might think we don’t know just a reminder of what the Zionist are doing with the goyim … here is a link that we know your intentions
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=0d0_1462116613

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

busefalas,

Really? The Protocols of the Elders of Zion?

If you’re going to recycle a hoax, can it least be one that isn’t more than a century old?

Keeping it up-to-date,

Fats

david
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
david

war is war fats. death and destruction are par for the course. best not to start them

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

David,

No — mass killing of civilians is not “par for the course” — that is, unless your moral standard is unconditional support of a murderous regime.

Still not willing to go that far,

Fats

Nice try - Not so clever
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Nice try - Not so clever

Are you working from the same office as Jan Stuboff on RT comments? You don’t contribute anything with your repetition of the same story, civilians dying, civilians being bombed…you sound so naive as if you’ve never heard of war. Of course, you are not naive, just trying to be disruptive.
Remember your side started this war and therefore civilian suffering. Your queen Clinton is about to get busted for the Sarin gas frame-up, and your king Netaniahu will soon be deposed and sent to an insane asylum.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Nice try,

You pretty much summed it up when you find the killing of civilians to be “repetitive”. And with the classic “Sarin gas frame-up”.

Not taking sides — and preferring facts to diversionary invocations of Hillary and Bibi,

Fats

Finicum
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Finicum

Fats, “No — mass killing of civilians is not “par for the course” — that is, unless your moral standard is unconditional support of a murderous regime.”

Standard Zionist response. Mass killing of civilians was standard operating policy for the US and the UK during bombing raids on Germany and Japan during WW2. And it looks like they have been perfecting the strategy ever since.

Thucydides
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Thucydides

You took a good name! He was assassinated some months ago by the American Government and its criminal dogs.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Finicum,

So only Zionists believe that civilians should not be killed in war?

You are a most curious fellow,

Fats

Finicum
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Finicum

Fats, you are dim.
Your bit about Assad killing people, ” was the standard Zionist response.”

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Finicum,

Ah — so the Zionists have masterminded the fictional killing of 100,000s of civilians in Syria since 2011? Those people are all alive somewhere, just playing along?

What a devious plot! Do tell more….

Your not-so-dim friend,

Fats

Fictional Lampshade
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fictional Lampshade

Well they masterminded the fictional killing of 6 billion of their own .

JojoIran
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
JojoIran
That is the whole Idea. Since you claim “you don’t have a faintest idea” that really tells it all. A man of low IQ with lots FAT cells ( the lipid type that you find in the fat people’s bellie not the Brain fat cells which I bet you did not know that either since you are an stupid person). You sit in your occupied kibbutz and pond away on the keyboard and trying to be relevant by injecting yourself in every veine of living society, but at the end as I mentioned above you are a pea on the… Read more »
Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

JojoIran,

Not in a kibbutz. Suggest you avoid peas and seek medical advice ASAP.

Here to help,

Fats

Syd Barret
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Hello Fatty.

Ziads narrative disagreeing with you?

Dear…….Dear, maybe an antacid or two will help with your heartburn?

Or we could arrange for a fitness routine…… to try to clear all that toxic ”psyops” from your digestive system.

Doctor Syd

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Syd,

You’re not too good at picking up tone from your posts — if you were, you’d know that I’m having quite a fine time here with Ziad. And you, of course.

Cheers,

Fats

Foolishness from you, fat character
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Foolishness from you, fat character
Your information is useless! If we wanted to hear your views we would watch fox news or cnn. I hope you also enjoy, while you visit this page, finding out how you are not so clever. Your arguments are recycled garbage from the people who started this war. Shame on you idiot for supporting terrorism and disregard for international law. You don’t like Syria with Assad? Fine, don’t go there. What’s your interest? Syria was a fine country and will be fine again. Not perfect at all, but no place is perfect. Where you live, do they have free education… Read more »
Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Foolishness,

Of course my information is useless for those who are interested only in polemic that buttresses their prejudices, rather than facts.

Which you have illustrated quite well.

Cheers!

Fats

Syd Barret
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Syd Barret

You flatter yourself………. Fat’s dear boy.

Everyone here is picking up on your frustration, at being ineffectual and irrelevant.

Hence the sport in the tone of their posts.

Maybe you could entertain us with a joke or two……………at least then we can mix some laughter in……………with the pity we all feel for you.

Your obedient servant …………

Syd

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Syd,

You are such a dear when you spit into the wind.

Hugs and kisses,

Fats

Syd Barret
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Spitting in the wind……..is your ”SHTICK” dear Fats!

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Son,

I don’t spit into it — I create it. Just look what I’ve whipped up here on SyrPer in the past week.

Just like a twister,

Fats

Syd Barret
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Uber ego posted……”I don’t spit into it — I create it. Just look what I’ve whipped up here on SyrPer in the past week.”

Others far better than you ……….have come and gone…..over the last 5 years, only to implode when the going gets tough.

You won’t last……just like those before you.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Syd,

Some Uber-Egos are lasting.

Best,

Fats

Fats Ripoff exposer
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Ripoff exposer

Troll- CIA

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Exposer,

Nope, not CIA. Tear off another sheet of tinfoil.

Fats

CHEVI789
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
CHEVI789

Stop feeding the troll folks, i’ve only made one comment to this shit talker and then i skip through her posts avoiding it like the plague, how can people argue with a terrorist?, you can’t.

tommytcg
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Digest this fatso.. and tell us whether you agree or not with the article’s veracity.

https://off-guardian.org/2016/05/02/aleppo-doctor-attacks-western-media-for-bias-censorship-and-lies/

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Tommy,

Already digested — this is the one doctor that Syrian State media keeps putting on screen to claim the mass, systematic bombardment of western Aleppo.

It would be far more effective if independent journalists could get into the area, rather than letting conspiracy theorist Vanessa Beeley undermine any effective attempt to ascertain the situation in the area.

Thanks for the link,

Fats

Russell Duke
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Russell Duke

Fantastic .. Good luck in taking your country back

The Rift
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
The Rift

Good article, I wish the filthy terrorists a speedy and bloody return to Hades.

Pascual_from_Colombia
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Pascual_from_Colombia

Great News today for Syria and all the brave people fighting there against those filthy rats and their masters. Hope for victories in every front especially in Aleppo and Deir ezzor. Go SAA, NDF, RUSSIA, IRAN, IRAQ AND HEZBOLLAH a formidable alliance. Here in south America, a lot of people, mostly Catholic Christians, support the Syrian Cause and pray for the victory of the SAA and Allies. Regards.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Ziad,

Here’s a video you might to include in responsible coverage of the situation in Aleppo….

https://youtu.be/dKB9_eFw_Es

Happy to help,

Fats

Rusty
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Fat and a jew.. Not got much going for you have you you skinless wonder.Has pisrael stopped treating terrorists .Just wonderin

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Rusty,

Sorry, you don’t see to have watched the video. And you seem to have a bigotry issue.

Come back when you have worked on both,

Fats

False Informations
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
False Informations

You, my friend always providing false informations here.

tommytcg
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich

@ tommyteg,

Thanks.

“Not one of our moderate beheaders? Go away and die already!” – Western-backed, NGO [Non-Goy-Organization]

Two Homelands
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Two Homelands

In the Name of the Profit. Liberated Syrian Town Reveals ISIS Oil Trade Secrets
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOERUP9miZ4

A RT documentary about the ISIS oil trade with Turkey, town of Shaddadi.

qweqwe
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
qweqwe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96AcFZ32RRE

The Syria White Helmets Exposed as US UK Agents Embedded with Al Nusra and ISIS

This is How You Celebrate a Christian Holiday
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
This is How You Celebrate a Christian Holiday

‘Holiest day of the year’: Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter worldwide

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MW3T5UqRbVU
`

This is How You Celebrate a Christian Holiday
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
This is How You Celebrate a Christian Holiday

Happy Easter to you and your family Ziad

michelvandijk
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
michelvandijk

Syria is where the American Empire came to die and where it was exposed for what it is: a paper tiger.

From now on it’s only down hill for this old cat and her kittens Turkey, France, Pisrael and England.

Faithful Fan
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Faithful Fan

I think you might be right.
American Empire is so scared now…..Schwab accounts are now being converted from cash to Treasuries. They have do something & no countries will now buy Treasuries. The sweet smell of the dollar melting into oblivion…..onward, SAA! To victory!

tommytcg
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
the Thylacine
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
the Thylacine

The Amerikan Empire may be the first imperial power to implode and collapse due to nothing other than the extreme imbecility of its leadership.
I suggest the survivors crawl out of their craters, find some of the surviving members of the Algonquin Nations, and ask them to set up the First Nations’ stewardship of the North American continent (those areas not uninhabitable). White people clearly are not fitted to do it.

South Front
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
South Front

South Front – Foreign Policy Diary – In Libya, the ‘Unity Government’ Struggles to Gain some Power

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95q_WI516LI
,

Carter
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Carter

Thank you for the update Ziad. Hoping for good news from Aleppo soon.

God Bless Syria.

henrik svendsen
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
henrik svendsen

Great post. Thank you Ziad.

Thucydides
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Thucydides

Ziad is doing a great job for the people of Syria!!! Credits to him and everyone that supports him and the cause of the Iranian, Russian, Chinese and Syrian people.

It is an honorable man.

My compliments to everyone!!!

Sith Lord Thucydides

Thucydides
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Thucydides
I would have thought that by now these “useful idiots” in Aleppo would have figured out they are fighting for some Jewish bankers from London. Who offer them the ring of power, but never ever share power. Like Sauron. Too much dumbasses on this planet. I am waiting for the complete and utter thermonuclear destruction of London. In the meantime I played Worlds of Warcraft on the Nostralius server. Which was taken down by Blizzard lawyers. Now I am playing on the Kornos 1 server. I am having a lot of fun playing WoW. Humanity will go down the drain,… Read more »
busefalas
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
busefalas

Thuc, where have you being we miss you, welcome back

Carter
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Carter

Thuccy – I live in London. I don’t want a nuclear armageddon 😀

busefalas
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
busefalas

I miss all that charisma and warmth that Thuc deliver, nice to read you again

Carter
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Carter

I don’t need the kind of “warmth” that nuclear war brings 😀

tommytcg
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Nor his insane nuke rantings.. eh Carter

CHEVI789
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
CHEVI789

Carter, there is only one way to avoid any type of strike on England, simple, when the war starts you and your friends invade the chambers and throw them all out in a civilian coup, then call back all the soldiers and declare yourselves neutral.

By calling back all your armed forces you can then defend your land if anyone decides to invade, instead of spreading yourselves thin around the globe, it’s a win win situation and NOT far fetched to achieve this, just leave the Queen alone and most will be on your side.

CHEVI789
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
CHEVI789

btw, I am no fan of the Queen nor her rodents sorry to say, but many do love her hence why i say leave her alone, otherwise you will have more enemies than you would like to.

kafkananda
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
kafkananda

You’ve got your work to do. Take down those paedophile reptilian royals and bankers who run your country. Here’s a good outline to start…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Se0UF3pE534…..David Icke: Royal Political Paedophilia.

Otherwise, move to Scotland before Thucydides’ option gets triggered!

Goethanian
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Goethanian

Nukydides back on again! 🙂

Two Homelands
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Two Homelands

Commander of Russia’s Syrian operation emerges from the shadows
http://rbth.com/defence/2016/03/25/russias-commander-of-the-syrian-operation-emerges-from-the-shadows_579023

“The Russian military campaign in Syria now has a face. It is now known that the forces in the Middle East were commanded by Colonel General Alexander Dvornikov.”

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

I have a break coming up, I am going to go grab a gefilte fish sandwich and a glass of Manishewitz. I’ll be right back.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Copycat Fats,

Don’t forget the blood of babies as an aperitif. Otherwise, you’re not acting to SyrPer stereotype.

Best,

(The Original) Fats

Foolishness from you, fat character
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Foolishness from you, fat character
Your recycled psychology is fun because it’s predictable. You reveal so much of yourself. Don’t forget that the Syrian civilization and many others are older than yours. People have already seen this behavior in the past and we know how to deal with it. it’s like we know your every move before you make it. It’s fun to watch you squirm here. Like a fish on a boat flapping around and somehow hoping to be able to jump out. You are a good case for an internet troll study. You invent characters and have conversations with yourself. You up vote… Read more »
Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Foolishness,

It would be far better if you skipped the psycho-babble and went back to the fundamental….

The issue is not a lack of regard for Syrian civilization. It’s that the current regime has done much to destroy that civilization.

Getting to the point,

Fats

Syd Barret
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Syd Barret

I cannot hold back anymore…….it was me who commanded the Russian operation in Syria…………true……….honest……don’t you believe me?

The commander mentioned is an pretender…..just like our friend here….Original Fats.

António Ferrão
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Trolls activity here is an unarguable proof of the fact that Ziad perspective achieved large audience.

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

The pay isn’t that good, but it puts the matzo balls on table..

Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich

And those are the only balls you can claim to have.

JojoIran
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
JojoIran

the only balls in your mouth that you can have since I don’t allow dirty mouth like yours touch my balls. so eat the shit out of the matzo balls

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Imitator Fats!
I get paid in Manischewits wine. Matzo balls are free at the local JCC ( I kinda help myself while no-one use looking). I am clever!

Fats Domino
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Fats Domino

Copycat Fats,

Do you have another shtick other than faux-Jewish?

Just wondering,

(The Original) Fats

Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich
António Ferrão
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

Daniel
Thanks for this precious information. [White Helmet] just another organization ashamed to present to the public what their members are really doing. In brief, a bunch of cowards. Incidently, you showed why I deeply appreciate SyrPer: here, the mask of liers are falling apart.

António Ferrão
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

…liars… (sorry)

the Thylacine
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
the Thylacine

Salutations, Ziad! Haven’t digested your latest, just posting an interview link to Professor Tim Anderson, author of ‘The Dirty War On Syria’. He’s just back from a visit to Syria during the recent elections. This was posted a day or so ago —
BEHIND THE HEADLINES — TRUTH ABOUT THE DIRTY WAR ON SYRIA
https://www.sott.net/article/317478-Behind-the-Headlines-Interview-with-Tim-Anderson-The-truth-about-the-Dirty-War-on-Syria

pm
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
pm

Very interesting interview. One curious mistake Tim Anderson makes is that (about 10 minutes into the interview) he refers to President al-Assad as a dental surgeon. It’s not the first time Bashar has been called a dentist, why is that? Tim Anderson should know better, since he claims to be telling the actual truth about Syria.

the Thylacine
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
the Thylacine

True, the Prof made a mistake. Compared to the general naivety of his interviewers, He is an encyclopedia.
Interestingly, for pedants, is this Steven Lendman interview of Paul Craig Roberts on OBL’s faked hit in Abbottabad, and the Seal Team Six deaths. PCR waxes at length on the gullibility of the average Yank. It is a wonder of the modern age, how a public swallows bollocks — even when all the facts show it’s cobblers.

fredy
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
fredy

Ansar Ullah warriors are real heros, rodents return injuries to the medieval cockroach kingdom

Economy War and Syria
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Economy War and Syria

Gerald Celente – Trends In The News – “Obama Peddling Fiction”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8r0T_TOxG0

Current Economic Collapse News Brief

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvcXKzDZT-s

peter schiff : Last Warning To America – Dollar Will Collapse 100% In 28 May 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucL1Ulw6B3c
`

hans
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
hans

that Peter Schiff, he has been predicting crashes for eternity, same as the Kaiser on RT. what are their motive i wonder.i think personally they are paid shills.

Spear Chucker
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Spear Chucker

RBTH (defenxe): 20 Night Hunter helos will be delivered to Iraqi forces (dateline 19 Apris, ’16

http://rbth.com/news/2016/04/19/russia-to-supply-a-batch-of-night-hunter-helicopters-to-iraq-source_586179

Russian participation in the Aleppo offensive:
http://rbth.com/defence/2016/04/13/russian-troops-join-syrian-army-in-effort-to-liberate-aleppo_584553

Canthama
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Canthama
Hi Spear, I know you like info from Iraq, here it goes, 4 more brand new Su25 delivered to Iraqi airforce, hard to know how many were delivered so far but a good guess is anywhere between 12-16 Su25s, more to come. There are no confirmation (photo or video) of any airplane “returned” by Iran to Iraq, some photos and videos came out 2 years ago with planes landing in a airport but since then no photo nor video or them being used in Iraq, so maybe that was PR at the time. Iraqi airforce is getting from zero to… Read more »
Spear Chucker
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Spear Chucker
Canthama: Early on, when the goddamyankees were mumbling lame excuses about the non=delivery of aircraft and weapons, Iran coughed up a bunch of former Iraqi aircraft, including Su 25 (a dozen, if I recall correctly) upgraded to standards current and the time, pilots experienced in type (one of whom was later killed in action, in Iraq), with some spares and ordnance. About the same time Russia delivered about a half dozen Su 25s (from Belarus, I think) a small lot of helos, ordnance, spares and set up techs. Syria provided ‘retired’ aviators experienced in type, for the Sus, the helos… Read more »
FHTEX
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Every now and then, amidst the various news accounts and insider information and opinion, you hit a home run with your analysis, Ziad. You have done so again with your current article. This is the moment of truth for the West and its Mideast allies–if they cannot save Aleppo, they can save nothing. But, now the higher ground is held by the SAA and its allies. Who is going to up the ante to rescue the Takfiris holed up there. Propaganda shorts and a few Tirskish and American and British special ops are no longer up to the task–either Erdogan… Read more »
Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich
Aleppo | Descent Into a Living Hell – courtesy of R&U videos @ Muslim Dude, You brought up some very valid points yesterday and I fully agree with you on all points. In the scientific circles, Russia’s actions would have been labeled nothing short of a paradigm shift. But we have reached a stage in which most [important] fixed targets are no more. History teaches ‘us’ that bombing doesn’t win wars, artillery barrages do not win wars, so the only way to free Aleppo is to go in. I can fully understand why SAA HQ is very reluctant to make… Read more »
AleppoIsBurning
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
AleppoIsBurning
Appeal in Le Monde from six Aleppo doctors…. We are doctors of Aleppo at the frontline of the war raging there. We were at least skeptical about the cessation of hostilities negotiated in February. Yet we found some reduction in attacks against our hospitals, when the truce took effect. We dared to hope . This week, we saw our worst fears in the most horrific circumstances. Our city is set ablaze. On Wednesday, April 27, Syrian or Russian warplanes bombed the Al-Quds hospital in the eastern part of Aleppo. The attack killed over 50 people and injured more than 60… Read more »
CHEVI789
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
CHEVI789

Dear Aleppo, thanks for providing the name of the heretics, they will be now put on the terrorist list.

Ozskeptic
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Ozskeptic

Chevi
They should now be left to burn in the fires of Aleppo. Faggots are a traditional fuel for fires after all.
Next will probably be a similar letter of protest from all the ‘doctors’ in Turkey and Israel, complaining that their humanitarian work on wounded orcs is being impeded by increasing interference from ‘regime forces’ and that it’s taking longer than usual to get them shambling back to the front lines.
Re-name them – ‘Quacks without Morals’

Spear Chucker
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Spear Chucker

Wizard: Gee, and I thought I was the only one who remembers that, at one time, a faggot was a bundle of sticks!

CHEVI789
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
CHEVI789

Lol Oz, of course.

Ozskeptic
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Ozskeptic
OMG! More dead ‘Civilians!’ Russian warplanes struck strongholds of the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front heavily near the towns of al-Zerbeh and al-Eis, which ended in the killing or wounding of tens of the terrorists. The Takfiri terrorists’ military equipment and vehicles sustained major damage in the airstrikes. In relevant developments in the Northern province on Friday, the Russian air fleet targeted the gathering centers of the ISIL and al-Nusra Front in the Northern, Southern and Western parts of Aleppo province, pinning down the militants behind their positions. The Russian Air Force bombed the ISIL positions near the towns of al-Bab, Deir… Read more »
Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich
@ Ozskeptic, Q; ‘Doctors without limbs.’ R: Don’t tell ff-ing jokes when I drink tea, dude!. Now I gotta clean my 250 inch TV screen [this being the internet], ya bugger :o) I took me a while to figure out what you meant the other day [the beer thingie], but we’ve got a few men from Down Under up here, so now I’m up to speed. On a more serious note; now that the weather has improved, it looks like Russia is gearing up to continue its campaign, but my bet is more with choppers and less with fixed wing… Read more »
Cavell
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Cavell

Seriously? Doctors from Aleppo, who are trying to save the lives of civilians call for a halt to attacks by all sides — and you threaten them, call them “heretics”, and make fun of medical personnel who have been killed?

What do you say about these Aleppo medics who want an end to the killing?

comment image

Daniel Rich
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Daniel Rich
@ Cavell, This is a bit like reverse engineered logic. Who started all this? Who funded it and is still funding it? Except for Russia, nobody else has a mandate, granted to them by the Syrian government, to defend Syria’s sovereignty. If Russia would not have acted on 30 September, we’d be watching a takfiri paradise [and a FUKUS war machine wet dream come true], where wahabi warlords reign like caliphates and death waits arond every corner in the form of sharia law. How about the +50,000 Syrian soldiers who have died, defending their home/father/motherland? War is horrible, but Russia… Read more »
Cavell
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Cavell

Your post is a sorry justification to attack medical personnel — none of whom have supported the violence that you cite above.

Syd Barret
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous

”Your post is a sorry justification to attack medical personnel — none of whom have supported the violence that you cite above.”

Cavell…..we only have your word for your comment above.

Do everyone a favour……and take your pious, self serving compassion, and blow it out your arse!

You do NOT have a monopoly on compassion or incisive analysis on what has been going on the last 5 years.

Fuck off from here……..Idiot!

Ozskeptic
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Ozskeptic
Cavell What do I say? I say there is ample evidence from Libya, Iraq, Donbass and Syria to see all these scumbags swing for crimes against humanity. We at SyPer are well aware of ‘Medicines sans Frontiere’s’ nefarious cover activities as agents and ‘spotters’ for western intelligence. . http://www.fort-russ.com/2015/10/doctors-without-borders-or-spies.html I say …. death to the anti-human medical practitioners in Syria, Turkey and Israhell who see fit to mis-use their life-saving skills to repair blood-engorged, terrorist zombies, just so they can go out and butcher, rape and pillage all over again. There is nothing noble or ‘humanitarian’ in performing such dirty,… Read more »
Nadia
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Nadia

That’s a sick comment. You’ve just declared any doctor, nurse, or paramedic — on “your” side or “their” side — an unarmed target for assassination.

Perhaps needless to say, you have no evidence to justify this war crime, just a conspiracy site exaggerating a bit of propaganda from an Ukrainian separatist.

And somehow you haven’t figured out that the medical staff in Aleppo are already in “their own country”.

Geneva Convention Rule 25: “Medical personnel exclusively assigned to medical duties must be respected and protected in all circumstances.”

Red Ozskeptic
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Red Ozskeptic
Nadia Your reply is full of errors. 1. Fort-Russ is NOT a conspiracy site. It is a compilation of articles from leading Russian news sources such as Pravda, RY and Sputnik. We at Syper read it all the time but I suspect it would not be to your taste. 2. The people you call ‘Ukrainian separatists’ are (I assume) the brave citizens of The Luhansk People’s Republic. Please address them respectfully. 3. You claim that the Aleppo quaks and their ‘white helmet’ buddies are Syrian! This is as laughable as suggesting that the ‘rebels’ they are patching up are also… Read more »
Spear Chucker
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Spear Chucker

Red: Cavell is a newbie, and needs to conduct a serious session in wig tightening; there are a lot of folks on here who don’t see what’s here, concentrating too hard on searching the posts to find what they’re looking for.

CHEVI789
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
CHEVI789

Nadia, someone should have told that to the “other” side, seeing as they were executing all doctors NOT on their side, have you heard of the saying “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander”?

trackback
Level 0 - Anonymous

[…] Fadil, Syrian perspective, 1/5/2016Fin dall’inizio del conflitto nel marzo 2011, l’occidente e i suoi mille […]

Trumps
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Trumps

On Trump
http://www.avaresearch.com/articles/1901/World-Leading-Analyst-Calls-Trump-A-Con-Man-And-Jewish-Puppet.html

Thanks Ziad for the informative site, my best wishes for Syria and its people

Anonymous.
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Anonymous.

”world leading analyst”……

are you sure that source is reliable and totally not another anti-trump zio-msm proxy?

’cause it sure sounded like one

Red Ozskeptic
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Red Ozskeptic

Happy May Day / International Workers Day to all hard-working people around the world, including SyPer posters (those with real jobs, anyway!)

trackback
Level 0 - Anonymous

[…] Fadil, Syrian perspective, […]

Midan
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Midan

Re Moon of Alabama’s report about Kerry in Geneva, I thought “Softly softly catchee monkey”. Looks like Mr Heinz has been boxed in by patient diplomacy and military struggles, constantly denying the anti Syrian alliance the routes they need to defeat the Syrian state. It is a constant wonder the linguistic and mental gymnastics of the anti Syrians. Wonder how the Western media will report this story?

Midan
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Midan
Thanks to Ziad Fadel for this posting. During a stream of news it is always useful to repeat a narrative, and this summary is an excellent reminder of where Syria is this stage of its fight. Although I am biased to Ziad’s view I still think that his analysis is more objective and useful than the efforts of so many Western media outlets. I agree too Ziad, about how you describe Aleppo. It is very mixed culturally and the Halabi Kebab with a sour cherry sauce is quite divine. You can see the diversity of Halab through the many cultural… Read more »
Ozskeptic
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Ozskeptic

MIDAN
More excellent posts, thank you.
If you keep sending from the same email address you should rise in level as you so richly deserve.
Blessings upon you, good SyPer brother.

midan
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
midan

Ahlan wa sahlan

Finicum
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Finicum

The fat trolls accuse Assad of prosecuting a war on his own people, but of course the evidence points to the usual Zionist suspects as the perps.

“Hillary Approved Sending Libya’s Sarin To Syrian Rebels”

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-01/seymour-hersh-says-hillary-approved-sending-libyas-sarin-syrian-rebels

Nurse Jackie
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
Nurse Jackie
Reply to Red’s justification of murder of medical personnel…. As international law makes clear, doctors who treat casualties in war zones are protected. It is recognized as a war crime to say they “deserve what they get”, whatever hysterical framing you use. Medical neutrality: “In times of armed conflict and civil unrest: physicians must be allowed to care for the sick and wounded, and soldiers must receive care regardless of their political affiliations; all parties must refrain from attacking and misusing medical facilities, transport, and personnel.” Just as the people of the LPR are residents of their area, the Aleppo… Read more »
The Gooned One
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
The Gooned One
The Syrians and Russians sure as heck treat them better than your “Freedom Fighting Friends” treated the staff and patients in in the town of Adra, 20 kilometers north of Damascus, Ziad had an article on this atrocity, Eye witness reports “Civilians told us that the workers of an Adra bakery were all executed and burned during the first hours of the attack. Whole families were massacred. “And they killed everyone at the Adra Ummalia hospital where my sister works. She stayed alive only because she didn’t show up for work that day. Jihadi Medical Personnel embedded with terrorists are… Read more »
midan
Guest
Level 0 - Anonymous
midan

I am sure that I read that some Government workers were thrown into the bread ovens. Not only horrific, barbaric and cruel, but an insult to Syrians who live by bread to have their bakery desecrated.

trackback
Level 0 - Anonymous

[…] Ziad Fadel […]

wpDiscuz