DAMASCUS: The necktie is tightening around their necks. But this cravat is a bit different. It feels like it’s made from hemp and it has a certain itch unlike any other kind of rope. And it’s inching toward the jugular, the vena cava and seemingly intent on crushing the Adam’s apple. Such sartorial metaphors immediately invite references to the French whose criminal imperial history is more enmeshed in deceit, genocide and treachery than, perhaps, that of the British.
(Thanks, Julian Yacoub)
Two days ago, the criminal French regime of Francois Hollande began disseminating “feelers” to see how far their lying would go. They were expressing “deep anxieties” about the possibility of starvation for those civilians still left in areas controlled by the cannibal terrorists whom the French have been arming and supporting for the last 4 years. They were deeply concerned. They wanted the whole world to put pressure on the Syrian Army to hold back on the offensive which promises to bring total relief soon to the victims of this foreign-created insurgency populated by mostly Chechens, Daghestanis, Albanian, Uighers, Frenchmen, limey British and a whole assortment of riff-raff financed by the simian Arabians and their equally apelike drones in Qatar and the UAE.
Bad news for the French. The Syrian Army yesterday completed a major offensive which has led to the capture of the Nooreddeen Al-Shaheed Mosque. With the access routes to the adjacent suburb of Mu’adhdhamiyya now closed, the French are struggling with how to deal with this setback. The facts are that the rongeurs are in a worse position than the civilians they are tormenting. And, what the French would like to do is convince Stefan DiMistura that a “ceasefire” and “resupply of foodstuffs” to the area would be in everyone’s best interest. Sadly for Mr. DeMistura, he has zero credibility with the Syrian High Command which views him as something of a perfumed pig bent on implementing the American solution. It is a plan designed to give the terrorists another blast of oxygen so they can continue to hold territory which can be used to negotiate concessions from the Syrian government. Of course, as my readers know, the talks in Geneva are window dressing designed to give everyone an opportunity to visit Switzerland on junkets mostly paid for by the near-bankrupt Saudis.
Mu’adhdhamiyya is the central storehouse for weapons and food upon which the terrorists rely. But, it’s closed off. So sad….. Sigh. In the meantime, the SAA and its allies have unlimited access to all they need to eventually weed out the rodents and exterminate them. Sorry to the French, your broadcasting the misery of the Syrian citizens inside Daarayyaa will fall on deaf ears because everybody knows the terrorists you support won’t let them out.
HAMA: We are seeing a terrified ISIS organization groping for new ways to pay its volunteers and recruits. It has already, as my readers know, cut salaries in half creating an atmosphere of malaise as rodents who brought their litters of mini-rats with them found themselves living a life more akin to that of the civilians whose lifeblood they deplete every day. This is why ISIS rats continually execute former loyalists who are caught trying to escape back to their home countries. They have to make it clear that no amount of reduction in wage can justify abandoning the glorious cause of establishing a Kingdom of Murder in the Middle East. They have to recover their original sources of income – the oil and gas fields which the SAA is fully aware they need to count on the fealty of the mercenaries who work under their repugnant banner.
South of ‘Aqraba Village: Here, in this most forbidding wasteland is a pipeline station crucial for stealing Syria’s minimal natural resources. As part of the campaign to strangle ISIS, the SAA has sufficient assets here to snuff out any effort to retake the station.
Drone intelligence and on-going eavesdropping revealed an ISIS operation whose aim was to reclaim the oil pipeline distribution point here south of ‘Aqraba Village. The ISIS vultures lined up, as usual, in a convoy of pickups with Saudi-bought 23mm cannons and headed to the area from the northeast. Once the SAA knew they were coming, it was either a choice of using the Russian or Syrian air forces or the vast rocket/artillery capabilities of the army. The two air forces were, evidently, too involved at the time in smothering rodents elsewhere and the field commander was told he would have to rely on artillery or missiles. No problem.
Using unidentified, but very accurate, guided missiles, the ISIS vermin were caught unawares as they flew down the rural roadway toward an army fully prepared to exterminate them. The rocket strikes were dead on precise. According to my source in Latakia, 3 pickups were instantly reduced to tangled metal while 2 trucks carrying the vultures and their ammunition were incinerated. The number of dead ISIS rodents exceeds 20 with scores wounded and being rushed to quackeries somewhere in the desert or in Turkey.
Other areas being bombarded yesterday and today were the following: Qulayb Al-Thawr, East of Abu Hubaylaat, Tibaarat Al-Deeba, Al-Hamraa, Al-Mafkar area, East of Abu Hanaayaa, Al-Hardana.
ALEPPO: At the Atharyyaa-Mareena Road, the Syrian Army completed a unique ground operation and took back the SyriaTel Tower there by ambushing a pack of rodents belonging to ISIS and killing close to 10 of them. I can also confirm that the SAA is advancing rapidly now in Al-Layramoon and that whole blocks have been deloused. I will write more about that when time permits.
NEWS AND COMMENT:
Mieszko sends this biting report on Erdoghan’s coup. His or theirs?
It appears our article yesterday has brought an avalanche of coverage by the fraudulent Western Media:
John Esq. sends this slightly propagandistic article from the Guardian with some interesting conclusions:
Brandon vilifies Obama and his gang of genocidal freaks of nature after the beheading of an innocent Palestinian child:
Hamza Suliman sends this tape of our army taking Kinsibba:
PHOTOS OF THE DAY: (Thanks to the Ba’ath Party) (Such a modest couple)
I told you before about Mileikowski: (Thanks, Khaled)