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Aleppo
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6 years ago

Yeah, it was a mini-nuke alright, Gordon Duff confirmed on Press TV nothing else could blow up a 5000 year-old hotel. This is the Syrian 911, obviously an inside job, controlled demolition faster than freefall speed. Spread the Truth!

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6 years ago

I believe around 50 SAA troops died. A sad event, but things like this happen. 🙁

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6 years ago
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Remember WW2, thousands of soldiers died dayly but no one want to surrender. One day the stream of jihadists from all over the world ends (when the west have no more idiots to send as cannon fodder). And look at Germany after the war and how destroyd it was, neraly no males left (POW or dead) and how fast our country get rebuild after that incident. All the old factorys may be destroyd now, but after the war Syria will have the newest factories in the middle east. I bet it will not need more than ten years to rebuild… Read more »

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6 years ago

Please Ziad, tell me it’s a typo and the cannibals didn’t destroy something that old.

RVD
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6 years ago

Scorched Earth Policy Ziad last refuge of total bastrds

Isabella
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6 years ago

Imagine the reaction of the ziowahabi media if the same would have happened with the Wailing Wall in kikestan…

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6 years ago
Reply to  Isabella

Or make a tunnel under tha Kaba in Mekka, the whole world would cheering while the sheiks would cry 🙂

Reiner
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6 years ago
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Imagine the reaction of racists like you, Isabella, if the same would have happened with your brothel – enjoying a nice styx-diving soon after a no cost flight into the sky… Syria is known for and was, is und will be always proud of no discrimination when it comes to questions of skin colour, of languages, of religion. Some of the values the Syrian army fights for but never for racism like the enemies of their state do. The wall was built by jewish workers 19 BCE before Christianity and later Islam developed. Jews from all over the world have… Read more »

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6 years ago
Reply to  Reiner

I’m a racist? Brothels? Are you ok?
Before use obscenities just look what are doing your compatriots with Palestine and it’s people, you zionists always whine when hearing some critics to your address, but to destroy homes, churches and mosques and massacring the palestinians and machinate all over the world – it’s normal, it’s common to you all, right? Stop living like parasites, and then everyting will be ok.
Сonversation is over.

Burrow Blasting Devices
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6 years ago

Such devices work by injecting a mixture of propane gas and oxygen into a burrow which is then electronically ignited causing an explosion. Promoters of such a device suggest this then kills inhabitants quickly via shockwaves whilst collapsing burrows.

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6 years ago

Methane would be suggested, because the rats can’t smell it. It’s odorless. 🙂

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6 years ago

How to eliminate subterranean termites: insert cylinders with make holes with long passages and pipes enter up to a certain depth, so are broken the poison will spread in the tunnel killing all termites.

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6 years ago

I agree with Danny. The area around these military and police sites has got to be searched or screened daily for rat activity . The SAA has got to get a handle on these tunneling activities. As the terrorists can not attack above ground, the SAA will see more and more of this type of activity.

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6 years ago
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I wouldn’t be surprised if the rats are digging under Aleppo central prison, as we speak.

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6 years ago
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For sure they do, even when the prison gets liberated, it should get evacuated after it, and then dig a trench till you reach the groundwater. In the Trench you build two walls, one to the left and one to the right – so that soldiers can check for infiltration attempts, cause the rats have to destroy these walls to dig far to the prison (or have to dig underwater in the mud under this barrier. Sadly many buildings in Syria have to get such securitywalls, also the presidents pallace – i bet there are also attempts to dig under… Read more »

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6 years ago

What kind of security system is there that a supposed military location is so poorly protected…….???

Reiner
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6 years ago
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You better start looking in search-engines for, for example: aleppo hotel tunnel Then you might find out that in February there was a threat to attack the hotel by digging a tunnel underneath, filling it with explosives and to blow up the Carlton, but not only: the next target is the zitadel. Even a video-clip was produced showing the digging. Of course beginning out of reach of the SAA in the not liberated area and relatively deep where it can´t be detected. And a seismograph to listen to it? It´is useless as long as the diggers work during daylight-times only… Read more »

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6 years ago
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very sad, Syria should use the warprisoners to dig a very deep trench around the citadel – the rats will dig right noe tunnels under it cause it will give them nice propagandavideos if the citadel gets blown into pieces. But another important thing: why didn´t the SAA use the same tactic to infiltrate into terrorist hold parts of Aleppo, it must be easy to get behind the ememys lines or to blow up the rats in the same style. But at first the supply routes to turkey have to get totally destroyd, hope the SAF will damage the highways… Read more »

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6 years ago

I find it unusually repulsive than mainstream outlets have been carrying this news as if it were some victory. At times I will listen to news on satellite radio in my drive to work 45 min ) just to get comfortable with the lies of the day to assess the gap between reality and this false narrative. I rarely hear a peep about Syria but today I heard several reports. I don’t know what to say other than I know it’s wrong but I look forward to anyone who has participated in this campaign or covered it up having an… Read more »

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6 years ago

I am always amazed how Western MSM is quick to show rat’s propaganda, it is as if they cheer with it. Pathetic, inhuman and illogical, what it if it was their building exploding….hein ? Almost as worst as a rat terrorist or traitor is a rat lover.

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6 years ago
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But there is a good side – the contrast between their stories and the pictures and videos shown opened the eyes of many people.

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6 years ago
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Before the Syrian and Libyen (and now Ukraine) war i wasn´t aware how much propaganda our so called “free media” spreads.
Now when i´m talking to other people also the people who were far away from being critical tell me that they recognize that the media tell lies about the newest conflicts.
I ask myself how much propaganda we didn´t recognize in the times before the internet, i live in Germany and as part of the ex western sector there must be a lot of pro-western-propaganda in the past (but that wasn´t so easy to discover like today).

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6 years ago

Damn terrorists!