Just came bafck after taking care of some business. I have a lot of news for our readers. I am blogging from Henry Ford Hospital where I am translating for a Chaldean man suffering from dementia.
At Jawbar, the SAA had a field day killing these apes:
Qusayy Adawi (Lebanese)
The terrorist mercenaries are suffering unsustainable losses and it is doubtful that any combination of countries can find more rodents to take their place. We will address this issue shortly. It is clear, however, that the Western enemies of Syria have now resigned themselves to the continuity of Dr. Assad’s government. What I fear, though, is a NATO attempt on his life using deep-penetration missiles fired from either Jordan or the Zionist Abomination
We can also confirm from Aslan that the number of deserters has gone down to almost zero.
A Syrian Army infantryman searches a home in Darayya to free it of a rat infestation.
We are delighted to inform our readers that a Colonel in the SAA, Ahmad Ayoub Al-Ra’ayidi, who hails from the president’s hometown is alive and well and undoubtedly relieved. The captors were taken alive and will be punished appropriately
DAMASCUS: At Darayya, the process of clean-up continues. At the ‘Arid Al-Khaleej and
Al-Fashoukh Farms, the SAA put to death the following criminals:
Mahmoud Sabri Al-Ta’aan
At Yabroud in the Qalamoun Mountains two pieces of simian droppings were killed by the SAA:
Saleh Muhammad Salem (aka “Al-Khadra”)
Both scum were involved in the loan-sharking business.
In Hama, at Qarnaz, the following cockroaches were killed:
Tayseer Mustafa Al-Sha’ban (leader of some garbage called the “Al-Farouq Battalion”
Sami Muhammad Al-Tallawi
The big bad meeting in Switzerland bringing together Syr:Per’s WOG of the Year and Captain Kangaroo, got little coverage in the news today. Of note, Syria’s law enforcement agencies have made it clear that opposition activists abroad may now come home without fear of arrest. However, my understanding is that those who advocate violence or who have participated in acts of violence are excluded. People like Haitham Al-Manna’ who spoke out strongly against the terrorists would be an ideal candidate for repatriation. But the French may not let him.
This fellow almost had everybody thinking the opposition was a refined group of intellectuals. At least he is a pacifist. We can live with that.
NEWS FROM THE WORLD OF FABRICATION:
If you can get past the terrible English, you’ll laugh your head off at this article about the so-called opposition at their meeting in Switzerland. Captain Kangaroo is quoted. Yawn:
Provocative article about French armed forces and their suspicions about Hollande and Sarkozy:
After reading that revelation about Saudi Arabia’s deal with all those men on death row, what do you think the Emirates will do with these Islamists? I’ll give you one guess only.
Mark the Brit sends this one about monkey business in Iran:
John Esquire sends a series of very informative films for everyone: