WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? WHERE HAVE ALL THE SOLDIERS GONE?, LONG TIME PASSING

Good grief!  If you think about all the personalities that have come and gone in the short time since the Syrian conflict began, you’d wonder if there was somebody out there making a new version of the hit movie “Final Destination”.  Join us for another tour of the “has-been” landscape with SyrPer’s favorite and only host, Ziad:

1. Riyaadh Al-As’ad.  Remember him?  How can you forget.  He is the founding father of that immortal mess called the Fake Syrian Army. His popularity was so widespread in Syria that his brothers-in-arms actually tried to blow him into so many molecules in Mayaadeen, in eastern Syria.  Then, he got almost blown into the Ozone layer when an SAAF helicopter dropped a thermobaric bomb on his fellow rat “officers” in Rawdha, northern Latakia. He was formerly a Colonel in the SAAF, responsible primarily for keeping abandoned runways free of chewing gum.  He now lives with his brother in Holland under the protection of the Dutch government.

Al-As’ad seen here before SyrPer bestowed upon him the Long John Silver/Captain Ahab prize for best peg-leg of 2012. In this scene, he famously utters the classic: “Look Ma, no legs”. 

2. Saleem Idrees:  General of the Golden Horde, Champion of Saudi Pederasts, Nabob of Nihil and Supreme Jackass, Idrees, a former Maj. General in the SAA who specialized in teaching Aleppo Academy cadets how to use dental floss, sprung to the forefront by kicking Riyaadh Al-As’ad down to the bottom rungs and taking over the ineptly named “Supreme Military Council”, or something like that.

Idrees was himself dumped by the even more incompetent and Zionist trained, ‘Abdul-Ahad Al-Basheer Al-Nu’aymi, when a cabal of Young Turks decided Idrees had lost his ability to even clean his teeth with cruelly engineered Turkish floss.  He now lives somewhere between Sweden and the Twelfth of Never.

Idrees’ uncanny resemblance to Dr. Josef Mengele might result in a new career making slasher movies in Hollywood. 

3. Manaaf Talaas:  The BBC really made an ass out of itself when it proclaimed his defection “the most important” since George Sanders moved to Portugal.  With Cantabrigian cadences and timbre, he was described as “important”, his defection “demoralizing” and his criticisms “biting”.  What the BBC would not tell its listeners was that the great general had been under house arrest for one and one half years before Dr. Assad decided he was too unimportant to be watched so carefully.  He is now in the UAE with his billionaire brother, Firaas, chewing Qat and smoking Indonesian cigars.

We are not even going to try to guess what’s in the cigar he’s smoking, but, one can hear the plangent sounds of Elmer Bernstein’s immortal theme for the “Magnificent Seven” in the background.

4.  Mustafaa Al-Shaykh:  The BBC and everybody else went into “orgiastic mode” when this child molester declared his open revolt against the tyranny of secular Syria.  He was immediately considered a shoe-in for GRAND MASTER-BLASTER OF THE MASTER RACE and was feted with every Turkish emolument the great Sultan Erdoghan could muster.  As it turned out, Al-Shaykh pocketed the clean half-million bribe money sent to him by PRINCE FATSO OF QATAR and bought a bathhouse for prepubescent girls in Istanbul.  It also turned out the great general couldn’t command a pack of girl scouts.

“Why, hi there, little girl. What’s your name?  I’ll bet you’ve been very naughty”.  

5. Colonel Abdul-Jabbaar Al-‘Ukaydi:  The only member of this unique club of charlatans and sex perverts who has some command experience, he regularly sputtered platitudes in messages to his millions of fans around the globe – blowing kisses at them – all the while the background cacophony of war, handled by Danny the Syrian, gave depth and resonance to the shabby fruit cellar he occupied.  It was here that he commanded the army of rats of Aleppo.  It was here, also, when he decided it was best to jump ship and head for his own Shangri La.  Where he is exactly, nobody knows.  And nobody cares.  For all we know, he’s driving a taxi cab in Yonkers with his partner, Usaama Bin Laden.

“What d’you mean the Canadians won’t give me landed immigrant status?……No, I don’t want to run a laundromat in Los Angeles.”  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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NewYorker
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Love Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. Especially the ending (won’t give it away for those who have not seen the movie).

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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It’s a good movie I see once in a while with the same interest. Ziad

Canthama
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For me, a bunch of traitors that saw the suposedly Syrian Government fall to jump ship and survive with their wrong doing intact. Well, Syria survived the pigs and rats and now they will live in the oblivion.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Oblivion is too good for them. Ziad

John Esq.
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And the most pertinent lyric from Where Have All The Flowers Gone,
which applies to each of these demi-morons: “When will they ever learn? When will they eeever learn?”

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Oh, they’ll learn when facing the gallows. It’s then that they will declare themselves rehabilitated as their necks snap. Ziad

H
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H

You talked about riad al assad and here you go!!!

In Turkey, a former rebel military leader was seriously injured in a car crash while travelling to the Syrian border, the opposition Syrian National Coalition said in a statement. His son was killed.

Col. Riad Al Asaad, a former Syrian air force officer who defected and became one of the first leaders of the rebel Free Syrian Army, was in intensive care, the coalition said.

http://jordantimes.com/syrian-army-advancing-on-rebel-town-near-lebanon

Dave in Australia
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Car crash or assassination attempt? Either way Al-Assaad may not have a leg to stand on, but he seems to have more lives than Felix the cat!

http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/34824.html

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Will he lose another leg. Look ma, no feet! Ziad

Canthama
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I have the feeling that this will be a long process, such as the Mossad back in the 70s, all those Syrian traitors will not be able to sleep at night with tranquility, not only with the guilt of destroying their country and killed hundred of thousands of people but because they no they sold their soul to the bankesters and foes. Do not wish anyone harm but what. Is fair is fair, may they rest in hell.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I am laughing hysterically. I don’t believe the story only because I heard this morning that his son was killed. I believe Al-As’ad to be picking tulips in Holland or slicing Edam cheese with his brother. Whatever the case, he is the most accident-prone person since Mr. Bean. I wish him the worst. Thanks for the article. Your friend, Ziad

Fadi
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Eight held over allegations of Syria charity aid ‘diverted to al-Qaeda’

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/crime/article4022706.ece

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Don’t you love the Brits pretending to be against terrorists in Syria when they were the first to send them and support them? Thanks, Ziad

Fadi
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The traitor, General As’ad al-Khatib was killed today in Yabroud by an #ambush set up by Hezbollah.

Fadi
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The supposed ambush by #Hezbollah on a group of rat terrorists that killed the traitor General As’ad al-Khatib.

http://youtu.be/_iHYlvU0CkQ

CHEVI789
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Thanks Fadi, Love these guys, sometimes they find humor in all the mess.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Wonderful. But my info is that he was killed in Rankoos. Ziad

dudleydoright911
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Scotch and Quaaludes is a bad mix.

NewYorker
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Sounds like he/she is drunk on stupid bush.

Fadi
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Putin’s performance seemed to reflect his genuine anger about what he sees as the West’s hypocrisy and its heavy-handed involvement in Ukrainian affairs.

His remarks also showed what many observers have spotted: his deep involvement and strong personal feelings about the Ukrainian crisis, which he blames on the West.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/putin-speaks-tough-on-ukraine/2014/03/04/af57a97a-a3dd-11e3-b865-38b254d92063_story.html

Sicel joe
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Sicel joe
We have a bunch of psychopaths running the West Fadi and Putin and a good part of the world knows it! Now, only if the good citizens of the West got off their fat asses, log-offed from Facebook and Twitter, put down their stupid Smart-phones for a minute, stopped taking selfies and started to see the banker controlled Jew World Order around them, they would rebel. Unfortunately, too many have been narcotized and rendered brain-damaged sheeple. But I and many others “would rather live a day like a lion than a lifetime as a sheep”. At least, that is what… Read more »
Nini
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Joel I love the saying “would rather live a day like a lion than a lifetime as a sheep”. The Problem is I just love it but I do not want to log off. The reality is the US is in debt and its knows the basic thing about humabeing “Needs and greed” . For example , If I want to fight in Syria I should drop everything I have worked for and I do not want to do that . The Same goes with everyone else. I know its wrong with whats happening with Syria but I just CANT… Read more »
Sicel joe
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Just wait for the right moment Nini. You’ll know when But you could start by just expressing yourself more emphatically and denounce things as they really are in your eyes. Remember this, in the eyes of God: He who sees a crime and says nothing is just as guilty as he who perpertrates the crime. Resistance is both active and passive. Just not accepting lies is a form of resistance. Call the liar out.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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He should be upset and angry. It’s all a part of the same boring game the receding West is playing for no profitable reason. Ziad

CHEVI789
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And here’s more proof that the animals will kill each other for any reason, some have also been executed for taking weapons from dead SAA, go figure.
http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?fromval=1&cid=23&frid=23&eid=138752

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I hope all those Jordanteezians are paying attention. Ziad

NewYorker
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The US has appointed another vampire as ambassador to Syria. His name Daniel Rubinstein. Is he the same Rubinstein who was ambassador to Israel?
http://www.voltairenet.org/article182490.html

Ok. What’s the deal with Malala Yousafzai? If I am not mistaken she is from Pakistan or Afghanistan and was allegedly shot by the Taliban in the head. She’s not speaking out against what is happening to people(especially children dying by drone fire) in her own country. Another propaganda tool regarding Syria? Sorry, but something feels very fake about her.
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/03/04/malala-yousafzai-syrian-refugee-camps-terrorism_n_4895670.html?utm_hp_ref=world&ir=World

CHEVI789
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I suspect you are right, the minute i saw her on T.V way after being shot and repaired i told my wife that they are going to make her a celebrity and watch them use her to no end, how right i was, she will believe what she is told so not really her fault.

the Thylacine
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Yes, Malala is being used. but what did she say when taken through the Jordan refugee camp? ‘Syrian refugee camps may be a breeding ground for terrorism’ – not in so many words, and she meant in the long term, but it must have struck close to the bone, knowing how many cannon fodder rats have been threatened/paid/pressganged from these camps, even more in Turkey. You see the high wire act these handlers are treading, as this girl is no sold-out mouthpiece. Afghan girls can be shockingly brave and outspoken: the other lady-warrior is Malalai Joya, a young member of… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Selecting a known Zionist like this is typical of that idiot, Obama. He won’t be any worse or better than Ford. As far as this Malala character is concerned, let her remember it was Wahhabists who shot her, not secular troops of the SAA. Ziad

FHTEX
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The Libya generals who betrayed their country against NATO fared no better–Gens. Younis & Shkal are dead and the rest are nowhere to be found.

CHEVI789
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And may they rot in hell, you know, i always say if you don’t believe in God then you better believe in Karma, that way i get both religious and non-religious, but i can assure you Karma is real.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Let them burn in Hell along with the rest of those savages. Ziad

Wojtek
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A repeat the comment here, because I posted it under odl article à propos this aparent threat from Russia http://voiceofrussia.com/2014_03_04/Russia-US-discord-over-Ukraine-may-lead-to-military-intervention-in-Syria-2520/ ——- Look like Russia betrays Syria. A day after Ukraine’s parliament removes Yanukovych from office, UN SC unanimously demands from Syria “immediate aid access” (for the rats, of course). Russia finally showed its true face. Isn’t that strange to you, Putin’s lovers? Supposedly, USA messes with Yanukovych and a day after that Russia votes with USA against Syria? Knock, knock…Anybody home? Russia retaliated against Syria for the ouster of Yanukovych? Voted with USA? And now the Russkie rag voiceofrussia.com threatens… Read more »
Sicel joe
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Sicel joe

You’re going down Kike. There’s nothing that your Jew crime syndicate in Tel Aviv can do about it. Enjoy your present fleeting euphoria because God has your days numbered.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I don’t think Wojtek is Jewish. Don’t be so churlish. People can have different points of view without our becoming uncivil. Ziad

Sicel joe
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He’s trolling Ziad! You are aware that Zio-runts seek to disseminate disinfo so that they can create divisions. Just saying. Anyhow a cardinal martial rule; if someone spits at you, punch him in the face. If then he tries to hit you, hit harder until he understands who he’s dealing with. Sicilian proverb.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

Just means we will have to repeat our insults.
You are slow enough not to have read the fine print in the UN resolution, which specifically forbid the use of force to compel (interfere) in Syria’s business.
Suck on that, Po-lo.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I disagree. Syria coordinated the Russian vote on humanitarian access. It is non-binding and contains no language allowing for enforcement. The Syrian government had no problem with it because the language was even-handed. Russia cannot afford to play with the Syrian issue. The base at Tartous is all they have in the Mediterranean. In any case, they can always occupy the Crimea given the demographic character, autonomous status and treaties. I’m totally confident Putin will stay the course. Spaseba. Ziad

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They (west) are threatening Russia:
Several days ago, Svoboda party MP Mikhail Golovko said Ukraine’s nuclear weapons could be built in response to Russia’s encroachments on its soil:

“We’ll regain our status as a nuclear power and that’ll change the conversation. Ukraine has all the technological means needed to create a nuclear arsenal – which would take us about three to six months.”

Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1157865/russias-nuclear-weapons-a-threat-icbm-launched-in-response-to-ukraine/#VdmKU11q4WjTmCXo.99

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Svoboda is full of it. Ukraine would need 5 years to get back to where it was – and even that is very generous. Don’t believe those fascists. They are stupid. Ziad

Dutchie
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Like i thought, agent provocateurs used (from LL) : Officers of Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) loyal to the ousted President Viktor Yanukovich have hacked phones of Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Urmas Paet and High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton and leaked their conversation to the web. The officials discuss their impressions of what’s happening in the country after the revolution. The gist of it is that Ukrainian people have no trust in any of the leaders of Maidan. However the most striking thing of all is the fact which concerns… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I’m just surprise the NSA wasn’t mentioned. Ziad

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