This is the cost of doing business when your business is oppression and usurpation. The cost of being a Zionist settler state and Palestinian firecrackers:
New friend, FkDahl, sends this complex YouTube site for our readers:
Did anyone have any doubt about NATO deploying Patriot missiles in Turkey? Come on. Anders Fogh Rasmussen is now a nominee for Liar of the Year:
Stevie Wonder has more ethics in his left fingernail than almost all Arab leaders in their miserable carcasses:
Surprise, it’s called the SOUR GRAPES OF WRATH. We at SyrPer are calling for the rise of the Third Intifada!
Obama gets another Zionist into government. Did anybody ever believe this scoundrel was what he appeared in the beginning?
For you history buffs, read about the Armenians of Liwa Eskenderoun and how they wound up in Anjar, Lebanon. More fodder for Turco-phobes:
This article is interesting for the insights into what we already know about Salafist terrorists like Jabhat Al-Nusra. What is shameful is the assumption our president is going to fall. Typically British folderol:
We told you so. Nouri Al-Maliki is heavily invested in Dr. Assad’s success. No amount of American hypocrisy will change anything:
I rarely agree with Thomas Friedman on anything, but, here is his intelligently composed essay from the borders of Syria. Read it carefully, it’s filled with warnings that cannot be ignored:
Yahoo is a disgrace to journalism. In any case, as you will read later, this article is filled with propaganda. Anytime you quote the Syrian Lavatory for Human Rights, you run that risk:
You will love the hypocrisy this article exposes:
Hilarious reading. Izmir, NATO’s new base of operations. We know what they’re up to.
Obama’s love of free speech is highlighted in more NYT drivel:
John Esquire sends this report about drones for those interested in this new instrument of murder:
Bob the Bear sends a two part analysis of what happened at Benghazi. A must-read for those interested in the dark world of assassination, treachery and chance encounters:
John Esquire reveals this new development:
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post “SECOND POST – NOVEMBER 28, 2012 – FIRST MEETING OF…“:
Yes, but you “win by winning”, as they say. Progress leads to further progress, and eventually the resistance crumbles. So confidence comes from winning. The longer it takes to control Aleppo, the more chance that something bad will happen. It’s not like the West can’t bribe people and pull off something like the bombing a few months ago that killed top personnel.
Then, again, I don’t understand how Syria got into such a mess in the first place, so I’m no expert.
Arabi Souri responds:
Arabi Souri has left a new comment on your post “SECOND POST – NOVEMBER 28, 2012 – FIRST MEETING OF…“:
Paul, people inside the cities get angered of lack of decisive strikes by the army and security forces, but don’t mix their anger because of that with their support to their country.
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You need to get some folks with a broader perspective if nobody thought that NATO and a simian brigade couldn’t at least cause the near collapse of the Syrian economy. Particularly if Qatar or the Saudis are willing to throw a few tens of billions into the matter.
It isn’t the Cold War any more, and there is no USSR backing Syria to the hilt. Russia is basing its power mostly on financial affairs, and one would assume that she does more trade with Turkey than with Syria. Not that she is betraying Syria or anything, it’s just that countries have interests, not friends.