OBAMA ERDOGHAN STILL ON WAR CRIMES PATH

 

ALEPPO/HATAY:

We have been reading about a new terrorist organization created by the United States War Criminal government of Barack Obama.  The group, according to our sources, is exclusively made up of trainees at U.S. terrorism base in Jordan who were ordered out by the Jordanian government as part of King Abdullah’s recent volte face. Some estimates have put them at 1,000, a suspiciously round figure. What is notable about them are two things: the first is that they are trusted to use both TOW anti-tank rockets and soon-to-be-delivered anti-aircraft missiles (MANPADS) which the liar, Obama, claimed he would not deliver to “radicals”.  The second is how inept the U.S. operators are in that they have not yet discovered the BIG SURPRISE which has now moved to Turkey.  We can’t wait until they do. Obama is heading for the historical abyss of slapstick history as he pursues this crackpot policy with 8 sheets to the wind.

The new U.S.-created terrorist rat organization is called “Harakat Hazm”.  It is an effort by the CIA handlers to give it a distinctive aura to separate it from the indistinguishable pot pourri of brigades, battalions, heirs and the like. It means “The Resolute Movement” (Oh, please spare us!) and its purpose is not yet understood, and may never be, because it will fall apart quite soon.

ALEPPO:

Al-Raashideen:  32 rodents were confirmed killed by spotters as the SAA and NDF relentlessly strike at rat positions in this soon-to-be liberated suburb of Aleppo.  The rats have run out of access to reinforcements and many are jumping ship to make it out to ‘Anadaan or parts north.

Intense fighting reported here:

Industrial Zone, Central Prison, Kafr Hamraa, Huraytaan, Daarat ‘Izza, Al-Ataareb, Bani Zayd, Al-Layramoon, Africanus Restaurant, Maa’rrat Al-Arteeq, Al-Mansoora, ‘Azzaan, Kafr Daa’el, Kuwayris, Al-Judayda, Khaan Al-‘Asal at the Journalist’s Association.    

IDLIB:

Tal Salmu, Al-Dibshiyya, Abu Dhuhoor, Talab, Umm Jareen, Al-Buwaydha, Bayyaa’iyyat Al-Sukhna and West Al-Munayzil southeast of Areeha.

All these areas saw some action.

DAYR EL-ZOR: 

Al-Bu-Kamaal: (On the Iraqi border) 91 rats killed in fighting between ISIS and Jabhat Al-Nusra.  We support the efforts of both these gangs to render the other extinct.  What more can we do?

HAMA: 

Al-Kirizli:  (It rhymes with “Firizli”. Borders Homs Province)

A fuel truck semi hauling two tanks loaded with TNT exploded in this village for sole purpose of killing civilians.  It was detonated by a suicide bomber near the village school.  2 children were killed and 10 injured with the school being completely destroyed.  The timing of the blast was clearly left to the discretion of the cockroach who operated the tanker truck.  He miscalculated since the school was not quite full.  This is another Obama war crime.

NEWS AND COMMENT:

NSNBC has a sense of humor. Fogg of War. It’s appropriate. Actually, it’s better as “Fag of War”.  But,      enjoy this trenchant attack on this mindless vermin:

http://nsnbc.me/2014/04/11/natos-fogh-war/

I’m in good humor today. Read this side-splitting article from Lew Rockwell about the Ukraine, polls and American knowledge of geography. You’ll love it:

http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/04/david-swanson/war-for-dummies/

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Canthama
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The blind and arrogant western government and politicians will collpase or die, history tells us on and one. erDOGone is different, he is not blind, he is a stupid idiot bastard, does not worth the dirt on his shoes.

Recomend the readers this article, long but very good. It says Ukraine but it is actually the same in most of the countries. Worth reading it.

http://rt.com/op-edge/divided-ukraine-coup-supported-west-936/

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Salve Ziad!
Given that these terrorist outfits(Nusra, ISIS), seem to share the same
ideology, what is it exactly they are fighting each other about?
Let’s hope they keep up the good work though!
I hope to see Syria more or less at peace by this years end! And victorious!
All the best to the syrian people and its armed forces!
Its been a hell of a stand against the dark forces of empire.

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For some really absurd reason Nusra,Islamic Front,FSA battle vs ISIS, is exploiding at a point that soon all rat forces must go to fight ISIS or …..What really impress me is that ISIS, although those people are scums, shows very good fighting capabilities fighting the mention above plus SAA,NDF,YPG Hizbullah and Iraqi army.Dont know about u, but unless they are the arabic Superman, seems something really paranoid going on.Anyway i hope Syria to win this war and end the suffering of its people.

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I’m still at a loss as to what will mobilize Americans to get off the couch and riot in the streets against these traitorous politicians who sell out American security for some nebulous cause I can’t even put my hand on. When civilian airliners start falling out of the skies maybe the citizens will put down the remote and express their rage at the insane politicians who are duty bound to corporate interests and the international elite.

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I live in NY and most of the employees at my job seem to only care about “reality” tv, the morning talk shows, what they did over the weekend and what they purchsed at lunchtime. They have no idea what’s going on in the real world just the fantasy one.

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The Syrian forces desperately need to field hundreds of small relatively cheap tactical drones along the border areas and continuous trouble spots. Eyes in the sky guided by intelligence on the ground (preferably by locals) is a good way to control an area subject to guerrilla penetration. Besides, MANPADS are useless against drones and would never be wasted on them anyway even if they were applicable. Let the artillery and special ops go to work. Ground the MiGs, SUs and helis for a few days at a time to throw them off, they love to watch the sky for regular… Read more »

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Ziad my brother – get this: The amateurish German newspaper FRANKFURTER ALLGEMEINE ZEITUNG (FAZ) (www.faz.net) today publishes: http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/ausland/naher-osten/syrien-offensive-gegen-damaskus-12891461.html ” Syrien Offensive gegen Damaskus 11.04.2014 · Die syrische Gegenregierung im türkischen Gaziantep hat es geschafft, die Rebellenarmee stärkerer ziviler Kontrolle zu unterwerfen. Die nächste Offensive gegen das Assad-Regime dürfte aber aus dem Süden kommen – unterstützt von Jordanien. Von Markus Bickel, Gaziantep … … … Auf Erfolge kann die neue Militärführung bereits verweisen: Im März gelang den Aufständischen der Durchmarsch ans Mittelmeer – zum ersten Mal seit Eskalation des bewaffneten Konflikts mit Assads Einheiten im Frühjahr 2012. Neben dem Grenzübergang Kassab… Read more »

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It is significant that the US government has decided not to get directly involved in this war. That is what is important to American citizens, that none of their sons and daughters are going to get killed fighting someone’s else’s war that has nothing whatsoever to do with the welfare of American citizens. Of course, everyone knows that the US government is supporting the terrorists with weapons, money and diplomatic stratagems but American taxpayers can probably tolerate that – even though they don’t agree with it – as long as it does not cost them too much. Be grateful for… Read more »

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War crimes? You are the ones killing your own people

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My people don’t massively and brutally oppress free thought and activism. I understand your objectivism, but there was a time before Syria battled extremists. So, tell us what it’s like living in the stone age.

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This is your war, you are free to fight it.

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The difference between ISIS and the Nusra front is that the Nusra front has many Syrians in it, ISIS on the other hand is staffed mainly by Europeans and Central Asians which should give you a clue as to who manages this organization. To say it plainly ISIS is the gang of the Israelis, Iran and MB affiliated persons/regimes in the Gulf and Turkey. The anti Arab, and anti Baathist nature of this organisation is all too apparent and resembles the terror of the post occupation gangs in Iraq. This organisation has a special hatred of Syrians with suspected Baathist… Read more »

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On a related subject i have my doubts Assad will run for the presidency again, i believe the power brokers in Syria will want to move on from the Assad era, but more importantly they will want a more capable president in place as required by the ordeal Syria is passing through. Now before you Assad supporters rip me to shreds, i would just like to point out that Assad has no military background and in many people’s eyes is merely a figurehead or spokesman rather than a leader. I tend to agree with them, though we (the general public)… Read more »

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Why is never barbewire around the syrian bases and checkpoints??? It would be much harder for the snackbarians if it would be there together with mines. So every time they try to storm a base they get the first dead rats just araound the wire.
After three years the SAA should start with it!

and it´s cheap:

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Did Iran support the invasion of Iraq? Tick Did Iran support the aggression on Libya? Tick Did Iran support the MB regime in Egypt? Tick Did Iran support sectarian gangs in Iraq? Tick Did Iran receive weapons from Israel during Iran-Iraq war? Tick Did Khomeini return to Iran from Paris? Tick Does Iran privately support the break up of Iraq into 3 states? Tick Did Iran congratulate Erdogan on his recent election win? Tick The list goes on… I am not against the Iranian people, i am merely pointing out the true nature of the Iranian regime, which is so… Read more »

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Ali, Concerning the Iran-Iraq war Saddam’s army was indeed outfitted by those countries you mentioned but you must remember that Khomeini was threatening to export his revolution to Iraq which meant his regime was preparing for war with Iraq as soon as he came to power. In fact therein lies the whole mystery of the ‘Islamic’ revolution, Khomeini’s coming to power was for the sole reason to threaten Arab states in line with the interests of the settler state. This man and his regime committed genocide against millions of Iranian people and threw young boys into battle in brigades that… Read more »

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Jovi, With all due respect i don’t think Assad is the reason for the steadfastness of the Syrian people, if you want to look for where his steadfastness comes from then look no further than the army and its commanders, and by its commanders i don’t mean Bashar who doesn’t know anything about military matters. In all honesty he is probably little more than the public face of the ‘regime’, i know the media (both hostile and friendly) has told you otherwise but there is scant evidence that Assad is anywhere near the battles taking place in Syria. In fact… Read more »

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Re: Jason and his stupid comment (and many other mealy mouthed comments): “Khomeini’s coming to power was for the sole reason to threaten Arab states in line with the interests of the settler state.” The Arab states were already working for the “settler state”. Therefore, if the sole reason for the Iranian revolution (which it wasn’t by the way but you have to respond to the tribe member’s point of course) was to threaten these Arab states, then it by definition was an act against the “settler state”. Therefore, the revolution was one for freedom, for release from the bondage… Read more »

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Anon Sings, You need to open your mind and stop reading Press TV and Russia Today, it is laughable the level of debate on Press TV in particular. Another thing you will have noticed is that Press TV is supporting the MB and defaming the Egyptian army which is in the same trench that the Syrian army is currently in, with the same enemy as well. Now most people would find this sympathy for the MB inexcusable, i wonder if you do. ‘Iran did not support the Libyan massacre’ Then you didn’t read any of the Iranian new media outlets… Read more »