ZIONISTS FIRE MISSILES AT SYRIAN MILITARY STORAGE FACILITY SPARKING FUEL EXPLOSION; SOUTHERN FRONT WEAKENED BY BRITISH AND SAUDI STUPIDITY; SCORES OF RATS KILLED IN DER’AH

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DAMASCUS:  Another pathetic effort by Zionist ghetto rodents to demonstrate commitment to Jihadist allies fighting the Syrian people was exposed today as a complete failure.  SyrPer has learned that the explosions were set off by Zionist aircraft flying over Occupied Palestine and firing missiles off-target.  The missiles struck a fuel depot at the Marj Ruhayyil AB used for commercial and military aircraft.  Other than a ball of fire, the attack accomplished next to nothing.  Zionist liars offered the usual cocktail of inane explanations by describing the assault as one directed at HZB’s acquisition of new technology.  That is, of course, ridiculous since Iran and Syria do not use airbases near the capital to provide HZB with its weapons and ammunition.  It is, however, testimony to Syria’s advanced air defense system which compels the Zionist criminals to use their own airspace to fire at targets inside Syria.  I believe another volley of missiles to destroy the Zionist Hatzor AB would be appropriate.

There are productive negotiations now taking place between several terrorist groups in Barza and the SAA.  It appears that the groups negotiating are willing to accept amnesty or get shunted off to Idlib Province.  The only hitch so far has been frenetic objections from Saudi-accented cockroaches in Jordan (MOK) who are warning their paid-for mercenaries in Jaysh Al-Islam and Ahraar Al-Shaam to persevere as long as possible.  That’s, of course, very easy to say while the Syrian Army is breathing down their rodent necks.  Yet, that’s the situation at present.

The Syrian Army has also trapped and arrested 16 members of Nusra/Alqaeda in a tunnel near Barza.  The Army had to fight to keep our militias from executing them.  These rodents have some value for information on what the British weasels are doing in Jordan.

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DER’AH:

ZIONISTS FIRE MISSILES AT SYRIAN MILITARY STORAGE FACILITY SPARKING FUEL EXPLOSION; SOUTHERN FRONT WEAKENED BY BRITISH AND SAUDI STUPIDITY; SCORES OF RATS KILLED IN DER’AH 1

The great Southern Front has brought nothing but shame and embarrassment to the delusional British and Saudi crackpots running the terrorist networks in Syria from their hq’s in Jordan.  Instead of leading their heroic Neanderthals to a new Islamist state, they have, instead led them down a path to annihilation like the Pied Piper of Hamelin.  Yesterday and today, Nusra/Alqaeda lost 68 rodents to the Syrian Army through sheer stupidity.  At the Al-Naaziheen Camp, Al-‘Abbaasiyya Quarter and Al-Masri Roundabout, the SAA savaged the crude vermin by destroying 3 of their tanks, all of which were occupied by complements of 3 rats each who were given an early taste of hell.  A BMP armored vehicle was also destroyed along with 4 Hell cannons, a rocket launch pad and 6 pickups with 23mm cannons aboard.

Al-Karak Quarter:  2 Nusra/Alqaeda surveillance units were decimated when SAA SF squads target them with mortars and Kornet rockets.  These same units were then deployed to the Post Office area where a car carrying a team of rodents was turned into a convection oven.  All fortifications in the areas here have been destroyed.  Here are the names of the only Syrians identified by valid documents:

Mahmoud Khaalid Al-Sa’eed

Bilaal ‘Abdul-Majeed ‘Ali Hawwaani

Muhammad ‘Abdul-Jabbaar Al-Mahaasini

Taariq Mustafaa Al-Jabal

Ismaa’eel Ahmad Khursheed

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DAYR EL-ZOR:  The Syrian Army liberated Tallat Al-Hassan from the stench of ISIS today and killed an Egyptian microbe by the name of “Abu Ayham Al-Masri”.  The SAA also wiped out 11 rodents at the Electronic Protection Brigade base while the rest fled into the desert.

At the Cemeteries to the west side, SAA and Shu’aytaat tribesmen raided an ISIS position, conquered it up to 400 meters and killed scores of quivering rodents.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

More on the Khaan Shaykhoon incident from Tim Hayward in an intelligent analysis:

https://timhayward.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/chemical-attacks-in-syria-is-assad-responsible/

Read this wonderful article about propaganda from Michael Howard: (Sent by Vanessa Beeley)

https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2017/04/lets-call-western-media-coverage-of-syria-for-what.html

 

 

 

 

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Chomsky also notes that while Hussein paid reparations to Kuwait, the US patently refuses (still) to pay much larger reparations that the highest court in the world, the International Court of Justice, demanded, in 1986, that the US pay to Nicaragua for illegally attacking it and killing the US per-capita equivalent of approximately 2.5 million citizens. During the course of the Carter administration, the United States government obtained authorization from Congress to set up, arm, equip, and supply the so-called Rapid Deployment Force (RDF), whose primary mission was to seize and steal the Arab oil-fields of the Persian Gulf region.… Read more »

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Why are you stuffing the blog with this piece of Jew garbage on Syrian Perspective?!

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EMMANUEL Macron’s lead over Marine Le Pen has taken a heavy hit as France prepares to vote in the final round of the election on Sunday. Recent moves by Ms Le Pen to appeal to a wider audience seem to be working as she has removed herself as the leader of the Front National party, and rebranded her campaign with the new motto “Choose France”. Pollster Harris Interactive, who correctly predicted the result of the first round, revealed a six points slip by Mr Macron since last Sunday. Ms Le Pen said: “The country Mr Macron wants is no longer… Read more »

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She’s a bloody good orator. Compare with this tripe.

‘There are rivers. There are fish.’ Has Emmanuel Macron lost touch with reality?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/24/rivers-fish-has-emmanuel-macron-lost-touch-reality/

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Why are you stuffing the blog with a link to this Jew propaganda rag on Syrian Perspective?!

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WHY cant we delete messages here if we dont like it like many of the experts. Mr. Democracy deleted his own poll LOL

Just found out Zukie wanted to run for office, this guy makes the boy blunder and Trump look like choir boys to the pope. And he just tried to swindle investors even more. Would fit perfectly with the political establishment. Zukie also says he dont like juice nomore except in secret.

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I’m still laughing at that Poll by Mitchell. I deleted him both as a FB Friend and also on Twitter tired of his Trump BS support. He must have really crapped at the results of that Poll.

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Macron wants sanctions on Poland for not agreeing to open borders and taking in immigrants.

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2017/04/30/macron-threatens-poland-future-sanctions-refusal-take-migrants/

Macron seems to be in “pole position” (excuse the pun) according to polls (another pun, not to be confused with Poles) to become French leader, but Marine Le Pen will probably POLE-itely disagree with that and still think she’s in the running.

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Why are you stuffing the blog with this Jew garbage propaganda non sense?!

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East Ghouta Decisive moment in Qaboun, further advances in the past two days inside the dense urban area may guarantee the pocket to be divided in multiple smaller pockets. The SW of the pocket is collapsing rapidly, while the Qaboun is about to be separated from Tishreen district. It seems one more week and this pocket will be pleading for green busses. Eastern Hama/Homs With the advances form the past two days, the cauldron is taking a shape with defined format, and we will see it narrowing down from SW-south-East. Mount Be’las is the key target for high ground and… Read more »

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This is reminiscent of the capture of Aleppo which astonished us Syrpers with its speed. If eastern Ghouta is freed then this is the 2nd biggest feat for the SAA after the capture of Aleppo. Ghouta is actually part of greater Damascus and with greater Damascus itself being totally free more or less the SAA can release troops for other operations. Aleppo has been taken…..Eastern Ghouta is about to be taken….I think the time gap between the liberation of the next major area will be less than that of the time gap between the liberaton Aleppo and that of eastern… Read more »

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@MD, I like your optimism but August for the fall of Idlib is way too soon. Idlib will be one of the last pockets to be liberated in Syria. Idlib and Daraa are the heart of what began as an uprising, and quickly turned into foreign infested pockets of imperialism. The focus now should be on clearing out the last Saudi pocket near Damascus in Ghouta. Once Jaysh al-Islam is destroyed, the Saudis will lose almost all influence in Syria – except a few groups in Idlib and what remains of Daesh. Once all of Ghouta is liberated – and… Read more »

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I can’t see why Tiger Forces can’t be replicated? I mean they are not supermen with 4 hands. I am sure more of them can be trained and produced and also from the Lebanese, Iraqi and Iranian troops helping the Syrians.

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Hannibal or Alexander can be trained? Highly unlikely.. Military schools teach tactics used and how effective they were and they use computer simulations. Germans were so successful because they were highly disciplined. We saw that in Stalingrad where they went from 1 million to 50,000 and they still maintained discipline. Usually discipline breaks down after a decimation ie 10% like we saw the US army in Vietnam. Syria’s problem is lack of NCO’s and equipment. Although thy were in a state of martial law, no one paid attention to the military. And suddenly and entire 4th gen warfare developed. Which… Read more »

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From what I understand the TF are an association of men that have a talent for what they do and have the right mentality. Or is it that they received some additional training, by the Russians or Iranians or Hezbollah?

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This is trench and urban warfare, remember. We saw what happened in WW1 when you have Heroes led by Donkeys.

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Thanks. I’ve been following the Qaboun situation especially and pleased to hear the update.

As to your last comment, this really defies everything we have been told. And this goes back to the beginning, when Syria failed to collapse financially after the first six months. Somebody is bankrolling Syria mightily, over and above military support. It bodes well for the future. People will look to the North, South, East and West, and ask themselves, What kind of country do I want to live in?

A double dose of excellent news.

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RON PAUL’S FINAL WARNING TO AMERICANS. https://orders.stansberryresearch.com/chain?cid=MKT147626&eid=MKT304590&snaid=&step=start#AST58606 A summary. 1. Paul said he had warned before in 2002 of many things including increasing poverty, decreasing civil liberties but was laughed at for things which are now reality, this includes predictions of a real estate crisis – which happened in 2008. 2. Half of all Americans born now will at same time on their life be on food stamps. 3. Government is hacking in to phones etc. 4. Poverty, retirement crisis, cost of living spiralling out of control, civil unrest. He said the complete collapse of “our” (US or Global or… Read more »

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I think there will be a debt jubilee when the time is right and the existing system will continue.

There will be winners and losers, but ordinary savings and pensions will be wiped out, for example.

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Horrifying prospect Robin ‘ol mucker, ‘ol chap.

People working for decades, saving and to lose everything and gain nothing.

Just as people in eastern Europe knew communism wasn’t working, I think people in the western bloc now know that the current system, whatever you want to call it (“capitalism with fake liberal-democratic state enforced cultural Marxism and displacement of native European peoples due to state sponsored mass migration”) isn’t working.

Let’s see what happens.

Tories are going to win with a landslide in the UK in a month or two though that’s for certain.

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Compared to war and famine, it will be a picnic. It’s not us British plebs who are going to suffer the worst.

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The “Third world” will?

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UPDATES 1. Moon of Alabama has a good article on how Russia is planning to install its presence in the south of Yemen. The strategic Bab el Mandab straits are there, basically a southern version of the Suez Canal but on the southern part of the Red Sea. 2. I am sure the US will do its most to prevent a peaceful Yemen emerging. Remember despite the ebb and flow of the war in Syria (with the Syrians fundamentally winning and heading to a victory) and what we see as “setbacks” for the US neo-cons, the Zio-Americans have fundamentally won:… Read more »

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MD: Sorry to rudely break your thread brother, but it’s my bedtime … An Austrian citizen has been arrested in Poland on charges of committing war crimes. The suspect, 25, whose identity has not yet been revealed, faces charges of “killing enemy soldiers, who have already surrendered, as well as civilians,” a regional Prosecutor’s Office in the town of Wiener Neustadt located in the Lower Austria said, as reported by the Austrian Der Standard newspaper. A spokesman of the Prosecutor’s Office, Erich Habitzl, told the Austrian APA news agency that the suspect committed war crimes “during the battle over Donetsk… Read more »

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Thanks OzSkeptic.

🙂

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Juice for Peace… Just hand over the gas and water.. 1st

Imagine Lebanon wothout Hezbollah: peace with Israel, developing gas resources together, booming tourism, strong economies.

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 Igor. Yes. Peace with Israel [because Lebanon without Hezb would become Israeli “territories”], developing gas resources [by Rothschild company Genie Energy], booming tourism [run by Jews, with Christian and Muslim history bulldozed away] and strong economies [for Jewish settlers, with native Lebanese as second class citizens or cheap labour in “the territories”].

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RE: “Imagine Lebanon without Hezbollah”.
That would just mean there would be no Lebanon at all and Israel would be exactly that much bigger in size. Everyone there would be second class citizens.

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Lieutenant Colonel Milenko Pavlović

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Around 12o’clock on 4th May 1999 he took off in his MiG-29 .

Soon he found himself over Valjevo, but after takeoff his alternator malfunctioned so he was left without radar. Pavlovic is engaged in an unequal battle and soon, about 12.35, he was hit by three missiles. He died in the air . His last words were: “They have me!”, and the remains of his plane felt down near the village Petnica

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Does someone exactly know why Erdogan has threatened Iraq over Tal Afar? Tal Afar has ISIL bases so what does that have to do with Erdogan? I realize he supports his terrorists, but ISIL?

Erdogan Warns Baghdad against Liberation of Tal Afar
http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13960210000840

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Something about Turkomen living in Tal Afar, he thinks he is some sort of protector of the Turkomens.

But they are Shia Turkomens, so it makes them also a target for liberation from Daesh by the Iranian militias.

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Sometimes, AJ, I am in awe of contributors here who unlock seemingly inscrutable puzzles in a few lines. Your comment is one such example. Bravo.

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Last week I found out Turkey had 10 mil Syrian alawi’s living there who are sort of shia kurds who pro Turkish. That 10 mil is more kurds than all the living kurds in iran, iraq and syria. If the kurds ever joined up, all countries in the area are in big trouble. So guess this sectarian strife with religion and ethnicity is what is keeping many countries together.

Who will liberate them?

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@Robin thanks. The Turks have made many enemies and the only friends they have are a corrupt fake Kurdish leader called Barzani in Iraq and some Turkomen tribes here and there. That’s about it.

As an old Turkish saying goes “The only real friend of a Turk, is another fellow Turk”

And to understand the Kurdish people, they have a saying which goes

“The only real friends of the Kurds, are the mountains”

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AJ is right and would add Merdoghan had dreams to control all northern Syria and Iraq, such as from Irbil-Mosul-Tal Afar-Hasaka-Raqqa-Aleppo, from all these cities only Irbil continues to be on his dream, all the rest, one way or the other is gone forever. His attempts in Tal Afar has failed and soon it will be liberated by the Iraqi PMU militia, a group he labeled as terrorist. There won’t be peace in northern Syria and Iraq, both countries will have to fight a war with Turkey somewhat in a distance future. Turkey has become a sort of Israhell of… Read more »

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William Engdahl gives the surprising news that Erik Prince of Blackwater fame, CIA asset, brother of Betsy deVos, and close friend of Steve Bannon, is involved in the logistics and security project that will accompany the construction of the infrastructure of the Chinese “new silk road”, or “One Belt One Road” trade corridor from China to Europe and Africa. http://journal-neo.org/2017/04/30/beijing-hires-princely-fox-to-guard-their-obor-henhouse/ Engdahl reports that the Chinese government is working with Prince because of his expertise in specialized security fields that Chinese security companies lack. Prince’s mercenary management experience on all sides of terror, counter-terror, insurgency, but probably most importantly corporate security… Read more »

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“The people at the top are not dedicated to evil, they are all interested in production, prosperity, and progress, hope they can come together for the good of the human race.”

Spoken like a starry eyed 10 year old girl. Next come the unicorns pooping rainbows in all directions.

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Life is a movie — it can be a fairytale comedy or it can be a horror show. The school of people who have been producing this movie called “Earth” for the past hundred years have recently come to understand their movie which they like to pretend is a harmless family sitcom is a horror show. They have come to understand their time at the center of history is coming to an end. Under the pressure of its own self-designed (though unintentional) collapse, the old school is giving way to a new school. The bankers will lose their power to… Read more »

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Good comment Keorgi, once the bankers are defeated, the rest falls in place.

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This is Nationalist Socialism doctrine , for this system to work all chosen tribe have to be removed from the system.

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@Rav G: Is it not that quite a number of people at the top are quite normal? @Keorgi: you may want to read the ‘Animal Farm’ by Orwell, if you know that one already, then may be you could try ‘The Demons’ by Dostoievski. You need to learn about human nature my young friend. @Hmm: I wish you are right. The end of the banking system will probably trigger sth new. But is this system going to end soon? Is it not that the changes the end of the banking system would bring about need to occur first for the… Read more »

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Prince’s mercenary management experience on all sides of terror,

A true bonafied Amerikan Terrorist.. Buy a share in his nogat.. Oh wait, didn’t the UAE already do that?

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@Keorgi. Sinister news. Imagine the horror if Chinese Capitalism were to join up with Anglo Capitalism. What is that high pitched whine I hear coming out of Mao’s grave?

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The Chinese are capitalist at heart. They are very materialistic, like all East Asians. Naturally, the Anglo Zionist financial empire will want to pass the baton to East Asia eventually, if they ever had a choice. At the moment, it’s “Chimerica” as the leading economic engine in the world – the world’s biggest producer and consumer. But we saw in 2008 it has consequences, too much dollars re-invested back in America causes inflation by lowering interest rates and bubbles emerge. America with its dollar hegemony is exporting inflation abroad, but when that inflation strikes home, it causes problems. At the… Read more »

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It is goud to be a terrorist. You get to just kill and let god sort it all out. A non thinking man’s drinking game.

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A: Jihadists admit North Hama losses MUCH higher than Ramouseh Aleppo offensive. To clarify, Muhaysini admitted 2,000 jihadist died in Ramouseh

B: PopeFrancis express solidarity and gratitude towards Russia and its efforts to protect the christians in Syria and the MiddleEast.

Quiz.. What is better news and which is horrible news..

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At least 74 foreign-backed Takfiri militants have been killed in a new bout of infighting between rival terrorists groups on the outskirts of the Syrian capital, Damascus.

http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2017/04/29/519953/syria-terrorist-infighting-eastern-ghouto

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Putin on His Knees After ‘Several Hundred’ Russians Ask Him to Quit
Western media goes wild after ‘several hundred’ Russians turn out for Khodorkovsky-funded demonstration

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/putin-his-knees-after-several-hundred-russians-ask-him-quit/ri19717

Fuck me Drunk. Gorbachev had a million.

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Fcuk you! You got that right Jew!

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Me born a joo too, (sorry.. no longer practice).. kristchun? .. virgin birth, dad a deity, star that stops and speaks, dead for 3 days then strolls, ascends to heaven but is buried here. Daft, I say.

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LOL. shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

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MAY DAY WARNING For those Syrpers who are not religious, not in to the supernatural please scroll over this message, and for those (like me) who are: It’s going to be Beltane soon, the 1st of May an important date in the Luciferian calendar where they enact blood sacrifices. All of the pagan religions of the past be it in South America, Nordic Europe, Euro-African Meditteranean region, South Asia etc had human sacrifices to “appease” the “gods”. https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/the-end-of-april-the-most-magickal-time-of-the-year/ The PTB (Powers That Be) in the US might carry out a major false flag or blood sacrifice. One powerful way of… Read more »

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why are you posting this piece of garbage Jew propaganda on Syrian Perspective?!

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Looks like you need to bust yourself…

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Another Tel Aviv boiler room Jew monster crawling out of the sewer

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Jew Buster
Fair self-description but there’s no need to be THAT hard on yourself.

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Thanks for a good laugh, Ozskeptic. Appreciated.

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Is that a self hating jew?

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Jew Buster Q & A:
Q: ‘why are you posting this piece of garbage Jew propaganda on Syrian Perspective?’
A: It is like fishing. Throw out a bait to catch a troll. Then ‘tag’ and release.
*We ‘tagged’ you ages ago but you keep taking the bait.

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..not in to the supernatural?? more crappo from poorly informed/brainwashed MD. I pray to my spirit form, which is part of The Creation. (The Pleiadian Mission by R Winters set us open-minded straight). Is this yours, MD? A silent non human invisible deity informs a non human invisible messenger Jibriel with 6000+ verses. These verses are passed on to an illiterate who learns them perfectly. They are mainly of self praise and threats to believers and non believers. Years later the verses are written up without error from the deities 1st instructions. So MD, how did the deity inform Jibriel?… Read more »

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US in its current state of wounded pride, retracting influence and waning power is more dangerous than ever.

which is why Putin is acting with great prudence and caution. Cancellation of the deconfliction agreement was a relatively low key response, but perhaps the most daring step Putin could have taken, and it seems to have had a beneficial result in the level of activity around Raqqa.

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Instead, ruling circles of power in the West are attempting to unrealistically reassert hegemony at the risk of triggering catastrophic and destructive war. By doing so, they, at best, are only delaying the inevitable.

Actually, they are accelerating the inevitable.

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UPDATES: 24 Resistance Axis‏ @Syria_Hezb_Iran Apr 29 More NE #Damascus City: ▪️ #SAA Secures perimeter of Power Plant ▪️ 300 M left to separate #Tishreen & #Qaboun ▪️ 4K: Julien Benda‏ @canthavepudding 2h2 hours ago More USA wants to set up a puppet state in oil rich Northern Syria. This should be obvious to all watching. #Syria Maurice Schleepen‏ @MauriceSchleepe 3h3 hours ago More Over the past day the #Syrian army Liberated 10 #Daesh-occupied Settlements in the #Homs province,#Syria. DONBASS: Maurice Schleepen‏ @MauriceSchleepe 7h7 hours ago More Intelligence of the #LPR discovered the arrival of a group of #US Military… Read more »

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Launch of «Moskit» anti-ship missile during the exercises in the Far East | via @mod_russia |

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What we anticipated at Syrper few days ago (mentioned that we would have an interesting weekend), after al Sha’er gas field was fully liberated, the Homs salient under ISIS is under attack from multiple sides, the SAA and allies are pushing from south (Homs-Palmyra highway), form east after al Sha’er and Sawwanat mountains were liberated and now from west (SW at the moment). Early today the following villages and sites were liberated, pushing ISIS away from their SW corner of the salient. – Tadmuriyah – Jibab Hamad – Rajm al-Qasr – Rajm al-Ali – Rajm al-Mudraju – Rajm Dergham –… Read more »

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This summer should be interesting to see new offensives taking shape – like cleaning out eastern Homs and maybe towards DeZ as you say, but there is Idlib and Daraa to contain as well. And with Ramadan approaching, it only means an escalation in fighting is approaching.

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Map of SAA advances today on the southern axis of Jubb al-Jarah in east Homs countryside

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Canthama Great asset for SyrPer, Thank you,Siad I thank you too for the patience you have on us, God Bless Syria , Yours Truly Pancho,God Bless President Assad , Free Palestine

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The offensive toward ISIS held Hama/Homs salient seems to be sliced into pieces, coordinated efforts on going trying to squeeze ISIS at the same time spreading it thin on the frontline. The SW effort was reported early today (above), now the SE/East part of the offensive took shape. The following sites are either completely liberated and safe or near liberation/safety. – Qarat al Bak – liberated and secure – Dahr Qa’ir – liberation under way – Jihar village – liberated – Qarat al Aridah – liberation under way – Uqayrabat crossroad – liberation underway – Al Mahr oil and gas… Read more »

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Hama/Homs ISIS salient offensive

The pressure is mounting on the villages of :

– Umm Sahrij
– al-Mushirfah al-Janoubiyah
– Habr ash Sharqiyah

ISIS won’t hold for much longer. When the above villages are fully liberated and secure, a domino effect will happen east of these village all the way toward the north of T4 frontline.

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USA invasion of Syria is still on the table! Richard Steven Hack on April 18, 2017 I don’t know why people are associating the cruise missile strike against Syria as a “message to China” other than the coincidence of timing. It likely had nothing whatever to do with China. The intent of the cruise missile strike was obvious – it was a test run for a large-scale cruise missile attack a la Iraq and Libya and to gauge whether Russia would use its air defenses or retaliate. It was also supposed to be a hint to Russia that Russia could… Read more »

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I really don’t see this US ground invasion of Syria happening. If anything, more troops will be sent to their graves in Afghanistan.

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I agree with you AJ.

I though suspect the US is seriously thinking of how they could carry this out but at the end of this process of “planning” (mental masturbation) they realise it’s too risky and decide not to.

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“never assume the enemy is not coming’ – Sun Tzsu

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Either that or the Russians can think out of the box and launch a proxy force/army e.g arm the Kurds, Ypg etc , create a proxy army (in Vietnam we created the Phoenix program) and start eliminating everyone they do not want involved though irregular warfare (Guerilla warfare. ) It just takes a little thinking thats all , the precedents are out there.

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Alternative reality show now showing.. Like being in the dark universe of star trek where the nazi’s won..

US freed Europe. Prague celebrates it’s liberation from nazis by the USA.

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While in the real world we find that the exceptional nation are the terrorists.

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Terrorists playing doctor.. It is big money in the west.. And they say crime does not pay.

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Ya, I’m a big fan of those Holywood movies, apart from the poignant moment where the US troops liberate Auschwitz, there are so many happy moments when they liberate Prague & Budapest from the Nazis and Russian allied troops…

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“Jihadi Julian”. now working for Orient News..

Supporting Terrorism pays well it seems.. and a great way for carrier advancement. Who cares if a few Christians got crucified in the process. Rules of frengi acquisition says it is only right to step on those less than yourself.

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I’m a big fan of holywood movies too, a poignant moment iswhen the GI’s liberate Auschwitz, but there are some cheerful episodes likewhen they beat the allied German & Soviet forces and kick them out of Prague and Budapest

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” Germany’s Migrant Crisis: ‘By 2060 There Will Be No Germany as We Know It’ ”

https://sputniknews.com/europe/201704281053100872-german-migrant-crisis/

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Mieszko 0.5
“By 2060 There Will Be No Germany as We Know It.” – Good!
There is also no Poland as we used to know it. – Better!
……….. Unfortunately, there are still too many Poles.

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1 – true
2 – true
3 – rude and stupid

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Stranger Than Truth:
Mentat, Jason, Dermoid, Mieszko I ………….. the parade of clowns is endless. Nothing changes except their stupid names.
*Maybe Ziad welcomes them here purely for comic relief?

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@Oz: I must defend Mieszko against the charge of “guilt by association” with professional sowers of alarm and despondency like Mentat, Jason & Dermoid. Mieszko is an OK bloke but being a Pole (straight up and down the other side) he suffers from the Polish tendency to gloom and despair: a sort of romantic realism which leads them generally to expect the worst. Like the character in Dad’s Army, he is forever exclaiming, “We are doomed! I tell you, doomed!”. But unlike the other three that you mention, Miezko is on our side.

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Well said. He is his own worst enemy, really.

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Why , thank you good doctor. What the fools on here forget, is that I’ve been supporting Syria / Russia since the beginning of the Yugoslav / Ukraine / Syrian conflicts, in that order. Therefore, it pains mean to no end when I see ” our ” side make repeating mistakes. Call it pessimism, or anything else, but I’ve watched too many nations get destroyed by the ZioAmericans, while the world stood by, seemingly impotent.

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Send email to political representative and paste a copy here, that will clear you name with the SyrPer Hommies ,Yours Truly Pancho

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Oz, spot on Amigo ,something fishy, about those guys,Free Palestine

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Somethings fidhy about your ever changing, accent, or lack thereof

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Don’t forget France, Italy, Sweden, Spain, and just about every other ” White nation”. Enjoy your post white world, I’m sure you’ll fit in just peachy, you racist scum.

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“…you racist scum.”

Oh, the delicious irony… .

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North Korea shows its ” testicular fortitude” ………….

” Pyongyang slams Israel as ‘disturber of peace armed with illegal nukes under US patronage’ ”

https://www.rt.com/news/386635-pyongyang-israel-nuclear-weapons/

While Russia bends over and grabs it ankles, once again …………….

” Russia ‘fully ready’ to cooperate with US on Syria – Lavrov ”

https://www.rt.com/news/386626-russia-cooperation-us-syria-lavrov/

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I laughed when earlier I saw that article regarding Russia and the U.S. The only alternative thinking is Russia knows it won’t happen so is playing a game to look good to the world. ???

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When will you guys wake up?
Russian President Vladimir Putin has told his embattled Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad to either leave office and make room for a transitional government or be forced out, Israeli officials say.
http://www.timesofisrael.com/putin-told-assad-to-go-or-be-made-to-go-israeli-officials-say/
Putin has sold you all out.

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Wow, Mieszko I using the times of Israel as a credible source.

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Never trust the pole

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This was not posted by the true, Polish , Mieszko I. I would post something more reliable, then the word of some Juden on-line rag. Nice try though.

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Pole. Rhymes with Troll.

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” Putin has sold you all out ”

It seems the only one sold out here is you : timesofisrael.com

(‘▀_▀’)

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You will not contest an article from timesofisrael dating back from November 16, 2015??? They are like good wines, the older they get, the moreyou enjoy them

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Russia is waiting patiently for full scale Turkey-US and China-US conflicts. Russia (Iran too!) will be second priority target for US colonial machine. Even widely broadcasted US attack on syrian base was in fact firework show for comrade Xi. American activity in Syria is mainly focused on containing Turkey, disaster for Erdosultanate. Israeli attacks are very minor in fact, i suppose they want many many more but are not allowed by US. All Syria except kurdish territories will be soon under gov control. Kurds used as buffer against sultanate are great. Erdo is extremely dangerous for Syria and temporary sacrifice… Read more »

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Exactly, Russia just needs to wait in a defensive position, everything is going their way: Wait… and the EU may disintegrate, turning some vassal states away from the US; Wait… and Turkey drifts into a civil war, or leaves NATO, or both; Wait… and the US and NK might go to war, forcing China to doing something, while Russia can just watch from afar and prod China into action; Wait… and Ukraine devolves into a totally failed state, eventually Russia will pick up the pieces; Wait… and Saudi Arabia wastes their oil money into useless conflicts, their production is well… Read more »

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Those London/Paris bankers (Rothschild-Zionists) got all those Jews killed in WW2. They organized WW2 out of greed and ambition. Any Jew has the moral obligation to AVENGE the deaths caused by the BANKERS. An Israeli Jew near a thermonuclear weapon will one day send it to London or Paris. So those Israeli thermonuclear weapons are a DIVINE RETRIBUTION.

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” Jew has the moral obligation to AVENGE the deaths caused by the BANKERS. ”

Your lack of historical context is alarming. Rothschild and Zionists are Jews, silly rabbit. The total Juden population has been benefiting from their actions ever since, with great relish, I might add. Don’t deflect blame from the real culprits.

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Thuc
You are right , those silly fu%$krs are nuts, they will kill half of they own to get what they want and they will spare nothing to do so, keep it up Amigo, Free Palestine

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Are H.E. Mr. Putin and H.E. Dr. Assad supposed to fight the horrors that are forged on the FUKZUS war machine’s anvil of evil, by declaring war on the rest of the world? Absolutely not. This is how it will unfold 1) rid Syria’s sovereign soil of takfiri terrorists 2) use [international] laws to persuade anyone illegally being present in Syria to leave voluntarily 3) use [international] laws to drive out those who refuse to leave [lawfully attack them] 4) the Kurds will be surrounded by countries that do not want to be host to Kurdistan or a part thereof,… Read more »

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Napoleon you are not. What a childish assessment of the situation, and naive presentation of probable solutions. Leave the strategy to the adults please. Stick to your pronouncements of Syria’s imminent victory, as they more realistic then this plan.

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And.. we await with baited breath.. you adult assessment of steps expected. pse oh pse.. Mieszko..

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Why don’t you give us yours. I’ve stated my assessments plenty of times on here.

Defending your fellow Yids, I see.

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This isn’t your web site to be telling others what to do or how to say what they wish. If you don’t like it, don’t read it.

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Can happen Daniel, and I think Russia is now a main diplomatic force in MENA with US going amok under Donald Duck (must say it) and military at helm to maintain stability. Russia diplomacy can really lead a way that it could not before. Military moves bring quicker understandings, those who keep up foolish fight by adding to fire will find themselves part of the fire, to be put out. It is good in that it will move the events quicker.

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@ Keorgi, Syria’s primary concern is to kill the takfiri terrorist, annihilate their supply lines, their reinforcements and their command structure. Both Syria and Russia can use international law [even if the FUKZUS war machine wipes its a** with it] to legally free Syria any which way they please. As both Syria and Russia prefer voices of reason over howls of horror, they will try to negotiate first. As both Syria and Russia also know what it is to have a war on their soil, logically, they’ll opt for sound arguments to begin with and imply more and more pressure… Read more »

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I get the feeling Russia could write out a plan right now and the US would sign onto it, once the US understands Russia can escalate to where it can’t respond without nuclear weapons. Israel fears losing its influence in the US swamp and will provoke forever until its bosses are put in irons. Russia is proving to be very good at taking hits from regional contenders and not losing its cool, really it is the most — if not only — mature and stable country in the crisis, and because of this it has more tools than the US… Read more »

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@ Keorgi,

Right on the money. Yes, Russia has a long term strategy that must benefits all participants, except, of course, the takfiri terrorists. So, yes, it will take time, lots of time, but the destruction of Syria, as a nation, has been prevented, thanks to the SAA and all her Allies, and, once freed from the yoke of wahabism, it will move forward and rebuild what has been and will be destroyed, until the last shot rings out.

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Wen a sense of reality and control is persive people gravitate to the source, if you see and watch deat and destruction , you by preservation move or stay put till the balance tip to the safe and stability.. That take time to hold,in the heat of the moment people or nations use the propaganda to built war (Zionist), Russia is taking time(like Gandi). to let the other nation see and understand what is happening to thake effect and use diplomacy to solve the problem, Just me my 2 cents

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Add crushing $ and that’s ok

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Syria: Army Makes New Gains as Terrorists Keep Killing Each Other – link to Fort Russ

Excerpt: “As a result of their losses, the terrorist were once again putting pressure on civilians. 4 people, including two children, were wounded as a result of the mortars that fell on Hayy Al Kashef and Al Sabeel in Daraa.”

side note: again, western Fake Stream Media fails to notice and condemn the loss of innocent Syrian lives.

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Once again my theory is proving to be correct, and many of you have egg on your collective faces. The sinking of the Russian reconnaissance ship is shady as hell. Even the name of the civilian ship is highly Suspicious, Ashot-7. Look up which middle eastern ((( country ))) uses that word. Who actually owns the civilian ship ? It doesn’t matter where its registered.
So many naive fools on here. SMH

” Beneath the waves: Has a sunken Russian ship been sabotaged? ”

http://rbth.com/defence/2017/04/28/beneath-the-waves-has-a-sunken-russian-ship-been-sabotaged_752849

Ashot Industries Israel …………………..

http://www.ashot.co.il/product/products_-applications/aerospace/

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“A man who operates from a position of strength, is silent, A man who is weak, produces a lot of noise.” – Dan Tzu

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It would be wise to take your own advice. You are one of the biggest loud mouths on here. Also, Nice way of deflecting everything I said in my post.

When you have no intelligent thought, then ridicule the messenger. Nice strategy, fool.

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“When you have no intelligent thought, then ridicule the messenger. Nice strategy, fool.”

You are aware of the incandescent irony in this sentence?

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No I’m not, cause there is none. Why don’t you add something useful to the conversation. Maybe you could tell us of Syria’s impending victory, because the SAA captured another 10 person village, or such.

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You mean useful contributions like these?

Mieszko I June 9th, 2016 at 10:33 AM [Level 0 – Anonymous]

Keep your mouth closed, kike boy, I see another expulsion in your tribe’s future.

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Sorry Jew. Did I hurt your feelings ? What about the sunken Russian recon ship. Any opinions on that Kike boy ?

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In your own words: “When you have no intelligent thought, then ridicule the messenger. Nice strategy, fool.”

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Polish made junk. Out of warranty too.

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I expect more from you Rav . That badly made ” Junk” was being used by the mighty Russians to this day. I think they know the worth of a ship better then some keyboard warrior. You can do better Rav.

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Ok the ship’s been alright in the 1970s. By now it’s obsolete and should make a good underwater AS platform.

Real Russian accidents involve munerous injuries and deaths. Just look at Kursk. Zero serious injury? This sinking was as unexpected as a WWE match win.

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Maybe the crew knowing it was polish and out of warranty expected it to happen.

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Mieszko I
Welcome to Syrian Perspective. Please refrain from racist references like ‘Kike Boy’ when addressing Syrper posters who bother to respond to your trolling. To demonstrate how fair and equitable we are, we even accept postings from lowly Polacks.
Spierdalaj ty kurwo, Mieszko 0.5!

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” racist references like ‘Kike Boy’ ”

What race are Jews, oh wise peddler of B.S. ?

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Dunno about the Jews at large but Bibi looks quite a Krakowiak to me. Is that a different race from the Warszawiaks though?

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US president Donald Trump is not a truly independent political leader but merely a puppet of US corporations, military and intelligence, and who serves their interests, Syrian President Bashar Assad has told the Latin American TeleSUR TV network. Trump pursues “no own policies” but only executes the decisions made by the “intelligence agencies, the Pentagon, the big arms manufacturers, oil companies, and financial institutions,” the Syrian leader said in an exclusive interview with TeleSUR. “As we have seen in the past few weeks, he changed his rhetoric completely and subjected himself to the terms of the deep American state, or… Read more »

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Trump is NOT going to make America great again. He’s going to make America look stupid and greedy again. This was the last peaceful chance Americans had in believing they could change their system by voting. Fundamental structural changes are needed in the leadership/system. I’m not American but I can already think of some ideas: Term limits, no more revolving door politics between the Beltway and Wall Street, no more insider trading allowed for Congress (take a look how many have defense stocks in their portfolios – conflict of interest), curbing campaign finance and lobbying, auditing the Fed, reigning in… Read more »

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Well it’s lot easier to travel the world murdering innocent people than it is to make America great again , Trump has got his taste of blood of the innocent Children of Syria and he wants more. .
America will NEVER be great again , “jews” always destroy every society where they infests.

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The Supreme Court has made it virtually impossible to clean up corruption through campaign finance reform, unless a Constitutional Amendment is passed. People are working on it and need support: https://movetoamend.org/

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1. America is by far the most powerful country on earth, but its days as undisputed global hegemon have ended and the Sino-Russian blocking of a US invasion of Syria have shown that. They invaded Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya…..BUT Syria was where it stopped. 2. People are not dumb, including all the shady politicians and potentates that rule countries around the world. They can smell the coffee. – The Egyptians are cosying up to the Russians. – The Turks basically bullied the US in to taking out nukes of incirlik…yes I say “bullied”, the Turks had 750 troops (gendarmerie or police)… Read more »

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MD….the US/NATO/Zios are still on Plan A (arm & finance terrorists) to achieve their goals in Syria. They are however insane enough and capable enough to launch a direct ground invasion (A NATO member has of course already launched a limited incursion). And i believe ultimately they will do this if Plan A well and truly fails. From their point of view, a Russian/Iranian/Assad victory in Syria is UNACCEPTABLE! Trump has turned out to be nothing but a stooge and anyway, even when he leaves office whenever that might be, another Zionist MIC warmonger will replace him.

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Ross 1. The best way to see the US is like the Communist USSR or Khomeneist and fundamentalist Iran. Both of the latter have ideologies and ruling elites that will not permit anyone who might become chief executive of the government to violate. He can only operate within certain parameteres of the official state ideology. The US is less about ideology as such but a ruling elite consisting of Zionists, bankers and others. Would the people of Iran be allowed to vote for someone that was against aspects of fundamentalist ideology e.g. stoning of adulterers? Even if they were, would… Read more »

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Btw just to add one very good source to keep abreast of the shannanigans going on in the white house is Mike Cernovich, follow his twitter and he always has some interesting alleged inside info from sources in the white house, which he visited recently.

Interestingly enough he says Jared Kushner is not in favour of a ground war against Syria and it’s actually McMaster. Other Americans who are useful to follow are David Steele, Steve Pieczenik and a few others.

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 AJ,

You mentioned starting your own blog. Please do it.

You write interesting content which should be discussed and might be lost amongst all the clutter here and all the name-calling.

Just to let you know “Blogging specialists” advise that for a good blog articles should generally be around 350 words – you write more than that on posts here.

Start something up and I’ll post on your site if you want.

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MD, thanks I will have to get to that eventually and will let you know, hopefully by this year. At the moment busy with other things. But when I do go online, the junk mainstream media better watch out, they will be destroyed.

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“But when I do go online, the junk mainstream media better watch out, they will be destroyed.”

Hehehe….I like it, I like it.

😉

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I seriously believe it’s all over for the Yanks. No nation can withstand 45 years minimum of mis-management, corruption, crime, depravity, racism, parasitism, ultra-violence, and satanic hatred of humanity. Total collapse, insurrection, civil war and chaos will bring this rabble low, until they cry to God for forgiveness.

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US annexed part of the city of Malikiyah, NE Syria..

https://t.co/dyirHaGmfD

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BREAKING NEWS:

Israelis and Syrian army fight in the Golan heights.

http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Arab-Media-IDF-attacked-Syrian-Army-base-overnight-489330

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Syria will retaliate any moment now……………… just wait………… keep waiting ……. almost there ……………….. a little bit more time …………………………. maybe tomorrow ………………………… preparations are probably being made ………………… Syria ???? ………………………………. Where are you Syria ???? ……………………………..

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That was a good one! Although I am in the Camp of putinish coldbloodedness.

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That’s fantastic!

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A clever and interesting dude, although he gets much criticism for his eccentric outlook. If everything is true that he says about Macron it makes me wanna cry that people voted him first.

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Better not run better not cry, better not piss off the houthis..

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That East West pipeline is a great location for the future Yemen-Iraq border.

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the Americans and Russian liberals actively cut out of Wikipedia articles do not suit them.

Former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark told Truthout that Saleh’s case represents a crucial struggle for anyone concerned with human rights.

“I could bring you millions of signatures from Iraqi people who would like to go back to live in an Iraq they are always dreaming of, an Iraq they used to know,” she said. “But it is not the Iraq of today.”

http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/31360-former-us-attorney-general-files-brief-in-lawsuit-challenging-legality-of-iraq-war

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Article is two years old. Any recent news on the suit?

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I am surprised Ramsey is still alive.. I am sure that would be news. But it shows even if faded, some wont forget.. I told many of the people calling for invasion they will be sorry. Many already were out of Iraq anyway. Most of them dont have to worry about the people they left behind because they are all dead. Amazing aint it, that life in Iraq 20 year ago was better than it is now. And Iraq is laying new high speed internet access in 2017 because snapchat is whats hip.. Where america goes corruption follows. Also that… Read more »

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ISIS Slaves Of Israel Apologizes To Israel

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The little c*nt on the right looks like a Sabra.

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They all do not just the underage one.

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EXCLUSIVE: First Ever Video Footage Of Russian Special Forces Eliminating Terrorist Slaves Of Israel In Syria

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This vid must have spoiled Mieszko’s day. That nasty Assad butcher and thug Pootin, eh,M?

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EXCLUSIVE: Watch Russian Special Forces Turn ISIS Slaves Of Israel Into Mush in Palmyra (English Subs)

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Battle For Deir ez Zor against ISIS Slaves Of Israel in Syria - Exclusive Russian Report (English Subs)

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Feeling neglected and ignored spoiled bratty orphans decide to create a ruckus to be noticed..

Israel challenges Russia and Turkey hits the two superpowers and allies in Syria

Israeli hit, that comes only a few hours after the announcement by Moscow that its forces controlled the entire Syrian air space This Israeli challenge strikes at the Russian image in the Middle East,

The United States position was also shaken, when Washington said it is watching with deep concern the Turkish attack against the Kurdish Syrian People’s Protection Units (YPG).

The Kurds will think carefully before declaring animosity towards Damascus

https://elijahjm.wordpress.com/2017/04/28/israel-challenges-russia-and-turkey-hits-the-two-superpowers-and-allies-in-syria/

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That’s a very good take by Elijah, he seems to understand the big picture quite well. The field in Syria has become too crowded and so many interests, positions and alliances are shifting faster than the desert wind, it is leaving everybody confused and looking weakened. It seems all the major players want a stake in Syria and I see two major “sides” in this – those who are for territorial integrity, and those who are against it (i.e they want to balkanize Syria). The terrorists, US, France/UK, Israel, Gulf/Jordan want to split Syria. Syria, Iran, Russia, Lebanon and Iraq… Read more »

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Mmeeeeehhhhhh Ride em cowboy….

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Good article by retired Hindu diplomat, MK Bhadrakumar, on Iran + Syria vs USA + Oil Sheikdoms, in the up-and-coming East-West strategic re-alignment popularly known as The New Silk Road. Quote:
“The strengthening of Iran’s strategic autonomy to withstand US pressure – politically, militarily and economically – will be in the overall interests of regional security and stability and can only reinforce the processes leading to multi-polarity in the world order.”
http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/04/28/why-iran-strategic-autonomy-us-matters.html

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MK Bhadrakumar declared H.E. Dr. Assad’s regime would fall within 2 weeks…. 3 years ago.

Never took that dude serious, ever again.

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The fact that Assad would not fall was one very few people outside the ME predicted correctly.

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Not true. It only did not happen in the MSM. And that was intentional.

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Not true? Ok the AfD people predicted it, Gauland propably did, he is the intellectual among them, if I am not mistaken. Any other proof?

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You know nothing. And worse, you think you know but you don’t.

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I just upvoted you.

I know I know something, the entire Western world knew Assad would not fall, that’s why they chose to attack him. The West is just so much self-defeating. They probably got that from Hitler the arian hobo.

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You know nothing. Use a book to find out who attacked Syria. While you were cheering for them.

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You are trying to take the attention away from your convictions I guessed correctly.
How was the demonstration?

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UPDATES:

Lucifuge Rofocale‏ @rofoca_lucifuge 3m3 minutes ago
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Total Number of Terrorist-Held Towns Liberated by #SAA Exceeds 230 since January

NDF‏ @NatDefFor 2h2 hours ago
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Only ~600 meters seperate the #SAA units in #Qaboun after the liberation of electric company+surroundings #Damascus

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The Sultan wants the US to backstab the Kurds.

President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday he would try to convince Donald Trump next month that Turkish-backed forces should be used to retake the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State rather than Kurdish militia Ankara views as a terrorist threat.

The Sultan appears to want to divide Syria for his own gain. Putin will have to directly fund the Kurds now.

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I am wondering at the timing of Erdogan’s attacks on Rojava, before the Raqqa offensive. It highlights widening cracks in the Turkey-US relationship, and at Turkish paranoia (no surprises there). The Kurds are probably fearful of how they are going to get screwed over by Uncle Sam who might accommodate the Turks out of fear they may abandon them for Russia. Turkish actions in Rojava have a silver lining for Syria. It keeps Kurdish independence ambitions in check and it keeps American bases in an insecure environment. It also makes the Americans look like fools, who support opposing sides. The… Read more »

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Erdogan is calling everyones bluff. Russia can’t support Turkey without causing a rift with Iran. The US is NATO, so it’s caught in a double bind. Any move by NATO will be interpreted by Erdogan as a move by the US to reject him. Can the US extract itself from the mess their military has created? I think the Kurds are well aware that the US could double deal them. The Kurds have an office in Moscow to hedge their bets. Putin is OK with them getting military supplies from the US. This has allowed him to have a second… Read more »

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Turkey obviously supports the jihadis. From the original FSA over their own Turkoman rats until Qaida and IS – less openly but steady. They are basically an enemy of all Kurdish forces except Barzani who are traitors to the Kurdish cause as a whole. Everybody knows that and takes it into consideration. The major powers like Russia, Iran and USA try to use it. Turkey tried a way of sitting on the fence to exploit the situation instead of just losing the war with the jihadis. From my assessment that is bound to fail but from the actual situation brings… Read more »

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Where did this Rajova word come from.
From imperialist minds.
It is SYRIA
long live Lion and Syria

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The entire concept lacks any basis in reality. It’s more stupid posturing aimed at an increasingly conflicted internal audience.

Does Erdogan really think the US can convince the Kurds to roll over on their collective backs and allow the Turkmen to steamroll through to Al-Raqqa? Of course not. And the Yanks would like to keep their new airbases, lose dependence on Incirluk.

It’s laughable. If for no other reason than the Yanks can’t have much confidence in Turkish military ability, given their less-than-spectacular efforts around Al-Bab.

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We are going through a period of global re-configuration. The traditional power blocs and systems of the post-WW2 era are now coming to an end. The EU is trolling and threatening the UK with the annexation of northern Ireland by Ireland. https://www.ft.com/content/f4c720b0-2b63-11e7-bc4b-5528796fe35c So we have a EU (Germany + others) v UK conflict. However the characters that run the EU are stupid because Poland and Hungary are unhappy with the EU over immigration quotas. Le Pen might win and might even try and quit the EU (unless just like Trump the globalist establishment in her country prevent her from doing… Read more »

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European politics are fraught with endless squabbling. The irony about the EU in its present form is tearing Europe apart, not unifying it. All those shows of unity are fake. Germany commands things behind the scenes economically. France has become all but a pathetic third grade power in Europe, bending over to Germany within European affairs, and to the Anglo-Zionists to foreign affairs. If Le Pen doesn’t get elected, France will continue this decline. Then there is Brexit and its consequences. Greece and Italy are being ruined just to preserve the Euro. Eastern Europe is being used as a buffer… Read more »

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Afaik about Greece – not that I follow it closely – didn’t the Germans just take over the best bits of Greece as part of Greece paying back its debts?

Things like ports and other stuff? If that’s true than Merkel has done what Hitler failed to do, which is to conquer Greece – but this time economically.

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Right. You did not follow it and you believe what you want to believe. It did not happen this way. Btw Germany conquered Greece in WWII.
If I follow your idea that if a company is said to belong to one country and it buys another company in another land then basically China conquers Greece economically. But in nowadays economy that companies are owned by multinationals via their stocks.

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The Kraut boys used the back door like they love to and simply drove their PZKampfWagens thru Thessaly and indefensible South Macedonia while the Greek army was still busy giving the spaghetti munchers a nasty time in the Aepirus.

The Greeks knew that the war was lost but couldnt turn their backs on the Italos because of face loss and because the Italos might have taken advantage of their exposed butts.

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Your words carry no meaning. Opposite to your comment above Germany conquered Greece in WWII. That is a fact.

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You do not understand the nature of the EU.
Greece is a very small country within the EU. People who are bankrupt basically can not spend money that they do not have.
The countries obviously actively supporting the war in Syria are the “Brexit” Country and France. Not likely to stop yet.

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Greece might be small but it is enough to bring the system down to its knees as we saw back in 2014 and 2015. Therein lies the problem with the Eurozone. Greece is bankrupt and under the present arrangements to keep this Euro from collapsing, it will be stuck in a debt serfdom for decades to come, with Germany dictating its policies. If Greece leaves and reneges on its odious debt, the slate can be wiped clean and we can have a fresh start. But EU elites don’t want that and Greek leadership is too weak to walk away and… Read more »

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You did not get the whole picture. It will not bring the Euro down. At the time when that was an issue there were large countries in the same position. Portugal, Spain, Italy and even France. It is a mistake of their political culture. They indebted their countries for political gains and then devalued their currency. That made everybody pay for this corruption with their valuables counted in this currency. That way is prohibited now and they can only spend what they earn. Communist call that austerity. The situation of the Euro is now different than before. A Greek collapse… Read more »

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The fundamental problem with this austerity is that there is no debt relief being offered by the EU. So it will drag on for years, even decades, while the debt tab keeps growing. And by then what will be the point? The country will be destroyed.

Even the IMF admits debt relief is needed for Greece.

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I believe that the result of having such a high debt is basically that the Greek politicians have a hard time to find money for corruption. Borrowing from the markets is no option. in the end they will be forced to collect taxes from their rich buddies.

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‘Bankrupt’ because of fraudulent debts.
In the EU banks and financial sector control the issue of money completely.
This makes the whole system short term (no long term planning) and increasingly criminal and dysfunctional (run in the interest of a clique of fraudsters).

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Of course they can after they declare bankrupcy.

But they had needed to leave Euro.

F*ck the EU anyway

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You don’t understand how it works, that is all.

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The othet ones like Merkelistan are cheering the NATOfags on and enabling the logistics and ammo supply for the Jewhadists.

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Buzzwords

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Kick Merkel and rapefugees out, exit NATO, and then let’s reevaluate the official German Past.

Until then all you really have is Angela M. And Conchita Wurst. Oh wait, just like Adolf, s/he is also Austrian… ok, you still have Merkel.

Uber alles in der Welt my a*se.

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buzzwords
You are really impressed with your ass. Maybe this gay beauty is your Idol. At least it is clear that all your thoughts are around buttfucking. You want it. For me that is no issue.

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The problem is the social engineering ideology.

Ideology keeps them not looking at the facts but follow an agenda.

Too many refugees, policies in the ME, the monetary union, all of these are not rooted in reality. The interests seem to be blind and ruthless toward simple facts, because simplistic ideas turned into ideology are supposed to solve problems and serve interests.

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So many words but no meaning.

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Please let me tell you:
1) If you are not getting it does not mean it has no meaning.
2) 1/3 of your posts are insults to Mr Schubert aka FR, you know, your future husband, or rants against other people you think are ‘jews’. These are not very informative.
3) Your lecturing comments, with the full flavour of a Wehrmacht sympathizer, sorry mate, they reflect your prejudices of someone who reads too many partisan books without digesting them properly before regurgitating.

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You sound like a sockpuppet of Schubert. All with the insults and wiseassing. Whatever you say is considered anyway as a voice from the jihadi fanboys.

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@’Nobilitatis’
You are the typical racist bully:
1) Nobody liked you at school
2) You try to compensate with lecturing everybody and discrimination towards those you think nobody likes
3) You don’t dare to acknowledge your extremist views, hiding behind what you call knowledge
4) No humor and easy to provoke

Good luck at the demonstration today.

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What you say shows about you, not about me.
It is not humour if you are laughing yourself. If you don’t like me that is a honour.

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@ Farty Beans

[ 3) Your lecturing comments, with the full flavour of a Wehrmacht sympathizer ]

Wehrmacht soldiers would have shot him , a product

manufactured by 25 years of cia brainwashing , a

Nuland cookie .

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A failed Jesuit Conspiracy. It looks like the French are too afraid to leave, a bit like Greece. Cool! I’m down under and in the process of getting a loan and don’t need the shockwaves today. However their day will come. Let them suffer! How could anyone vote to stay in the EU? They must all be mad! Putin said that the EU has more regulations than the former Soviet Union. Who loves to be controlled that much? So what should they do? Exit Default With their ensuing low currency they can then white ant the competing EU economies with… Read more »

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Herr Schubert
I would say the French are too ignorant or brainwashed. I had various conversation with my country mate. Irrespective of their education or their social group it appears that French simply do not think anymore they simply believe what is on tv or radio……scary but true.

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Diagnosis: mass pu$$ification.

Alons enfants de la pédérastie…

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Lol. I’ll write the music.

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Well they made it a crime to think about the Holocaust. Seriously, Israeli websites invariably have fake headlines like “Rift between Putin and Iran”. Why would you not question their version of reality? Since my comment one site reports a 6 point drop for Macron which should narrow the 20% gap to 8%. Considering that le Pen supporters are 50% more staunch that may even cut it. France needs help. If they can’t understand that Macron is an empty vessel, well then the French must suffer hard times, Hopefully not as extreme as the Soviet System. The Russians are a… Read more »

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The Queen allegedly said over lunch. “Why don’t we just leave? The EU is heading in the wrong direction!” It seems to me that anyone more retarded than her needs help. It also makes you wonder what the City of London / Rothshchild / Vatican axis are really thinking.

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You are a good Zio Agent having so much respect for the views of your Queen.

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Nigel Farage on Boris Johnson’s support for Trump’s bombing of Syria. Boris stated that Britain should assist the US in future Syrian interventions without a parliamentary vote.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3lF1VBTtDg

Boris was a Remainer before the Brexit vote and a Brexiteer the very next day! What a Buffoon!

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All sort of scavengers are circling over Syria. Once well organized west now too corrupt and weak to conduct decent colonial war became something like prostitute vulture.
Boris Johnson is mother and textbook example of all idiots and funny drunkards. How such person is allowed to do high level career in mothern world? Mr bean laughs looking at him.

It is clear indication that UK is in state of total collapse. Everybody is talking about EU and US but UK is real loser and is accelerating toward wasteyard.

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Well that’s not actually true.

The Brexit was a huge stand against against Multinational Corporations, which says a lot for British Democracy. Don’t forget that UK Parliament voted against bombing Assad too. Theresa May is doing a pretty good job in making sure that Brexit proceeds. Then on the other hand recall that the Rothschild City of London is actually a separate country and the Rothschilds are running David Cameron and Boris and who knows who else. Also it was the party in power that wanted to bomb Syria back then.

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Hes looking after hes nations interests! turkey!

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The latest troubling news for Syria

“the US has deployed troops and APCs in the contested region, in a move that could potentially drag the US in a conflict where it already finds itself mediating between two so-called US ally forces in the proxy war against Syria.”

Who invited them? Why doesn’t the US get NATO to kick Turkey out?

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WEll , Mr. Assad should make it clear to the new American Junta that he in way is able to Guarantee the safety and security of the American troops in Syria .

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https://youtu.be/A159Q9K8MlM Only homosexuals make a career in the USA army! Why should this FACT be used for propaganda against the Pentagon? The American army officurs and generals are all homosexuals. Because only homosexuals make a carreer in the USA army. But why is this the case? Who is hated the most by homosexuals? A woman? A bigot? A homosexual hates a REAL MAN the most. A homosexual hates a hetero man the most because he can never ever take him in the behind. So why are the officurs and generals in the USA army homosexuals? So they have no problem… Read more »

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You must be stark raving mad to write this stuff about the United States Army, probably the greatest army ever created, and one that I and many others on this site proudly served in.. Good night now..

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Alex if you don’t like what Thuc said ,shut F$#k up,If you ware stupid to served for the bankers is you and only you…. you know how to count don’t count on me for that shit,..

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Reveal your name or shut the fuck up.

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he is not mad, well er…..er…. not concerning this post anyway. american is a sodom and gomorrah of the modern age, there can be no doubt about that. with transgenders in the army, transgender bathrooms, gay rights, LGBT community and gay parades the gayness of modern american can not be contested. as for your claim that your army is probably the greatest army ever created, that is open to debate. so then mr. marine or infantry dude or air force top gun, the greatest army ever created is probably an unanswerable question, one that would require a life time of… Read more »

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You need to be fair. All US officers being homo, probably not true. WW2: the Russians basically did the job, true, and the atomic bombs, certainly despiccable, however, you should consider the US kicking the Japanese out of the Pacific, D-Day and disembarkments in Sicily and Southern France, and fights through these countries, not negligible. In WW1 they brought the tanks, did not use gas as far as I know, and tipped the war towards allied victory despite german victory on the eastern front with the notable help of the communists.. Also, there was a few wars before WW1, but… Read more »

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Did you forget the Soviets licked the Imperial Japanese army before WW2 and that is why they attacked the colonies? They thought it was far easier than trying to take the oil regions of the soviets.. So the US used standoff weapons to pulverize the Japanese outposts in he pacific.. What was the garrison size? The imperial army was over 2 mil men.. I think the largest the US faced was under 100K, seiged on islands. Without resupply or air support. And against the full might of the US navy. And just like how the US army cleansed the native… Read more »

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I am not sure what about you are writing. 1) Prior to WWII the Japanese seized territory from the Czar Empire like the Island Sakhalin. The next standoff was within WWII already and both countries did not seize any territory. I would not consider it any kind of success and the implementations are not what you think. The American decision to boycot necessary material for their war against China was. 2) There were not any red army near Normandy. I have no idea where you get that from. Instead the Americans were begged from Stalin to open that second front… Read more »

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@ Nobilitatis

The Battle of Khalkhin Gol ended the Japanese
6 the Army quite literally on august 31 1939 .

They had been fighting / skirmishing on the border

en in SSR Mongolia since 1937. The kwantung

Army (Manchukuo) had tried with varying

successes ,to test the Red Army . Then came

Zhukov , and the rest is history.

The later Marshal Zhukov was then a Polkovnik
(Kolonel)

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At least that tells the Russian propaganda. But in reality that little skirmish led to nothing and there would nobody try to open a front from that remote place.

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@ Nobilitatis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battles_of_Khalkhin_Gol

“that little skirmish led to” the destruction of

the 6° Imperial Japanese Army (8O.OOO+)

in a 11 days battle (20 _ 31 august 1939)

There was nearly zero Japanese survivors.

It finally buried Japanese dreams to take

their pie of Russia . They still had Mansuria ,

but mei 1945 Russians came back to finnish

the job , and destroyed Mantsukuo Army
(1.5OO.OOO+).

Because bad luck in Russia , they tried elsewhere.

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Now compare yourself: 80 000 vs. 1.5 Million. Remote place, no supplies.
And “bad luck in Russia, tried elsewhere”, that is plain stupidity. Read a little outside your bubble. For USA the WWII was already going on long before you joined. With Japan in China! Admit it, you are wrong.

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@ Nobilitatis , you wrote : 1) Prior to WWII the Japanese seized territory from the Czar Empire like the Island Sakhalin. The next standoff was within WWII already Wrong ,people can read you know. 1 September 1939 the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany December 7 ,1941 Pearl Harbor As I said before ,Khalkhin_Gol on 31 august 1939 destroyed de 6° imperial Japanese Army (8O.OOO+) in … Mongolia ! Russian Red Army had to reorientate its focus on an other embarrassment brewing on its western border . After destroying the German Whermacht they redeployed a part of the Red… Read more »

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You write a lot. The reason is that you want to hide the relevant things. What I wrote is: – the episode is already within WWII. You don’t see this because the Russian interest is that WWII starts with the “Operation Barbarossa” 1941 and does not include the many wars that Soviet Russia was fighting before with almost every neighbor country. – The Japanese did NOT base their war efforts on that little incident. Their East Asian war was already going on. And there is no reasonable sign that they SERIOUSLY tried to take over parts of Soviet Russia. IF… Read more »

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No one would open a Stormfront there in east Asia.

But a Kublai Khan front?

Well of course meine vodka hating liebe!

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Okay, are you blind? What was the most populous WW2 front? The most soldiers? What was the goal of the European part of the “world war”? So much ideology here… They came for the throat, strangling, knifing, rifling and bombing – to destroy the USSR. The only mistake Russians ever did is that they stopped assuming this was the main urge of the “West” after the fall of USSR: to destroy them. To let go of this truth, even for a second, is suicide. Russia is now impressive in its ability to fend off an attack. It was not so… Read more »