THE ART OF THE CEASE FIRE DEAL

Many of my readers were disappointed with the pattern of truces emerging after the Syrian Army had successfully laid sieges to towns and cities occupied by the terrorist groups supported by the United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the U.K. and NATO.  As these cease-fires started to proliferate, ordinary citizens began to return to their homes and to celebrate the expulsion of these nihilist devil worshipers.  Today, the U.N. confirms that over half a million refugees from Lebanon have returned to their homes in Al-Zabadaani, Madhaayaa, Al-Qusayr and Al-Wa’er, to name but a few areas liberated through cease-fire agreements.  But, these truces have an underlying logic not lost on many of us.  Let’s discuss the logic.

Cease-fires and the willingness to enter into them prove where the enemy is from the standpoint of resupply,morale, and planning.  When jihadists agree to cease operations and relocate to an area (like Idlib), the message is that supplies are running out, morale is low and there are no plans for any more operations.  The last one is important because it indicates the enemy is fearful of losing more of its fighters and fears an inability to recruit more and, then, to train the new recruits.  When the rodents in Al-Wa’er agreed, finally, to depart the city for Idlib or northern Aleppo Province, everyone knew that their chances had gone from slight to very grim.  Most importantly, they knew that!

Their willingness to leave for Idlib, for example, also demonstrated how committed they still were to a jihadist ideology.  Once they agreed to save their own skins, the Syrian Army’s Military Intelligence Bureau was assured that these terrorists were not interested in dying for any cause.  This is why so many of them agreed to sign up for the Amnesty Program.  Clearly, they were psychologically beaten and frustrated with the death and destruction they had brought upon their own country and misery they foisted on their own children who had to now catch on 5 years of education.

The willingness to engage in negotiations also demonstrates how much the opinions and tirades of propagandists can affect the minds of the terrorists now contemplating a withdrawal from a key area.  Take the example of Aleppo where the entire eastern half was infested with these murdering cockroaches.  The groups involved were die-hard jihadists like Al-Nusra and the Nooreddeen Al-Zangi terrorists famous for beheading children.  Despite the rants and ravings of Saudi terrorist leader, ‘Abdullah Al-Muhaysini from Idlib, the terrorists agreed to a cease-fire and withdrawal.  The Saudi “daa’iya” even promised those who stood their ground and died for him an extra 2 slatterns in Heaven although many wondered how he obtained such a license from the Almighty to make such offers.

From this event, we knew the terrorists confirmed the breakdown of all supply lines from the north (Layramoon, Handaraat) and through their tunnels which were either discovered or destroyed by the SAA. We also learned that the terrorists did not take Al-Muhaysini seriously indicating an abandonment of many jihadist doctrines.  Their morale had to be low as they faced the prospect of the city’s entire structure collapsing down on their heads in a short time.  And, of course, they had no plans which could be reasonably expected to create a better situation.  For all of Al-Muhaysini’s bluster, he could draft no army capable of saving the necks of these trapped barbarians.

But, the cease-fires also told us where the sponsoring countries stood.  Although, Turkey was overheard urging the terrorists to hold ground with promises of a “new initiative”, the terrorists clearly read the Turk position as “puffing” – they simply did not trust Ankara to produce any positive results.  The U.S. was silent on this issue.  The Saudis, who have ceded any authority to Turkey in the north, essentially bowed out and bit the bullet preferring to leverage the Jaysh Al-Islam cannibals over whom they held uncontested sway. The withdrawal from Aleppo was a watershed moment in the war – and it wasn’t because Aleppo City was liberated; it was because the sponsoring nations had lost heart.  This made Russia all the more confident.  That made our victory all the more sweet.

The cease-fires were also critical in providing intelligence about where the terrorists were located once they left. Since most had to opt for Idlib, a province now deemed devoid of citizens, the job of pursuing and killing the remnant rodents became more manageable. In addition to this, the SAA-MI and other allied services, had managed throughout the last 3 years to infiltrate terrorist ranks, injecting individuals loyal to the state into the flesh and bones of these terrorist groups enabling the MI to collect accurate information and data about future plans and the state of morale.  That the criminals actually agreed to remove themselves to a province rife with fellow rodents all presenting as legitimate targets was an indication that their counterfeit revolution had been totally spent.  They were convinced that they had no other option.  In planning your next move as a Syrian Army commander, such knowledge is priceless.

These truce agreements also gave the state a chance to invite previously dislocated civilians back to their homes to gauge their loyalty to the state and test their support for the president as part of an effort to predict the outcome of any election in the future.  This factor is extremely important to the Russians and Iranians who have staked everything on the longevity of their ally, Dr. Assad, and who have persisted in promoting a democratic transition process in Syria.  The evidence so far is that repatriated Syrian citizens who have entered their homeland from the Lebanon Mountains overwhelmingly support Dr. Bashar Al-Assad even if they might not have at the start of the disruptions. That supportive countries like China are making good on promises to help restart the building process has been even more encouraging to these returning nationals.

The cease-fires have also, obviously, given the army time to rest, re-train, refresh and relocate.  The huge gains in the Syrian Desert west and north of Palmyra, resulting in significant restoration of economic assets, could not have been accomplished with such speed and efficiency were it not for the truces of Al-Zabadaani and Madhaayaa.  These cessations of lethal fire liberated not only these towns, but, also, liberated battle-hardened Syrian troops and allies to fight elsewhere and it is this grouping of soldiers which will be at the forefront of the battles to annihilate ISIS in both Dayr El-Zor and Al-Raqqa.

The truces have also distanced terrorists and their heavier equipment from critical airbases necessary for the air battle to expel and exterminate these wretched microbes.  Now that all departing terrorists have only left in their green buses with light sidearms, their heavy mortars, rockets both homemade and delivered by the Zionists, inter alia, and Hell Cannons were left behind.  Our airbases are less reliant today on counter-measures because the terrorists existing within artillery range are gone, their weapons handed over to expert members of the Syrian Defense Forces.

These events could not have come at a more opportune time.  With Syrian Army forces now enabled to fight in every remaining front, its ally Hizbollah, is now freer to move its own troops back and forth in Lebanon where a war is brewing between the Lebanese Resistance and the Zionist Plague State.  I can assure all of you, that this next battle in Lebanon will spell the end of this apartheid abomination – the very end of it when you will see tens of thousands of our troops and every right-thinking Arab patriot rushing the Zionist borders and destroying the very fabric of this diseased settler society.

So, if you don’t like these cease-fires, have it your way.  But, try to be more open-minded and look deeply into why the parties which care the most support them and promote them.

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DAYR EL-ZOR AND AL-RAQQA:

New troops seconded to the divisions fighting in the east wiped out whole units of ISIS rodents liberating the following economic assets and oil fields:  Al-Wahhaab, Al-Fahd, Dubaysaan, Al-Kabeer.

And the following oil wells:  Al-Qaseer, Abu Al-Qitat, Abu Qattaash.

The Army liberated the following villages:  Mushayrifa Anbaah, Fillaat Rajab, Khirbat Muhannad, Sooh Al-Bu-Khamees, Mansoorat Shuwayhaan, Haleema, Sumayhaan.

The following equipment and terrorist assets were destroyed:  29 booby-trapped trucks, 5 tanks, 5 C&C, 2 training bases, 2 warehouses for ammunition, 2 armored cars.

The following foreign degenerates were named as killed:  Mustafaa ‘Abdul-Qaader Bin-‘Ays (Tunisian.  Also called “Commander of the Desert”), ‘Abdul-Raheem ‘Abdul-Qaader Ru’aydaan (Saudi child molester and “Morals Commander of the East), Abu Al-Hudaa Al-Baabi (Media official for ISIS).  May they all burn in Hell.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Great article about Iran everybody should read:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/us-hands-off-iran_us_59664101e4b09be68c0056d2

Brandon writes about how American military bases in Syria are forming the borders for Kurdistan.  I disagree but find the article interesting and provocative. Note, he does not mention Iran’s increasing role:

http://www.activistpost.com/2017/07/u-s-bases-strategically-placed-to-prevent-syrian-military-from-gaining-ground-outlining-borders-of-kurdistan.html

Brandon writes an excellent article about Clarissa Ward and Bilal Abdul-Kareem which will have you scratching your noggin at how clearly infested CNN is with propagandists and liars:

http://www.activistpost.com/2017/07/cnn-clarissa-ward-work-with-nusra-terrorist-to-create-propaganda-try-to-cover-tracks-after-the-fact.html


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Canthama
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Ziad, I agree with you on the way the ceasefires have played an important role for the past 2 years, for all Syrians and the SAA/allies. I would add to your list the fact that several ex terrorists have rejoined the army and fought and died to kill their previous rat-friends. One key organization is the Qalamoun Shield, armed and trained by the Russians and fought in many battles already and on going frontline toward Der ez Zor. The rats that reconciled in Barzeh have joined the Qalamoun Shield and are under training at the moment, by the many hundreds,… Read more »
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well not that i like the idea but if you can recycle these bastards and put them to good use dying for your cause ,then this is justice and good way to get rid of them ,,maybe in there deaths they can regain some sort of remorse and clean sleight ,,but id hate to think these were the beheaders ,perhaps these were ones who did not commit murder but where brainwashed ,,so im not gonna judge them and say what is right or not as a suitable punishment,,the syrian gov knows

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The K-osher Seal Revealed

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Hey, Bro—–love your videos, BUT there are many foods to eat that are not Kosher. Packaged food is a disaster anyway in the US and western countries. GMO, etc.

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tried to post this before—-we don’t have to choose Kosher food.

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“Choose Bacon” (TM)

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I-R-A-Q: This Is What Victory Looks Like

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South Front - Syrian War Report – July 14, 2017: Race To Deir Ezzor

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South Front - Russian Terminators Arrive In Syria

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Vesti News - Mosul Bombed into the Stone Age, Human Rights Organizations Outraged

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Glas to see this- —the US/UK/Zio cabal isn’t backing down.
I’m worried about the US airstrips and bases being developed in Syria to effect a partition.

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Such bases will not survive without massive numbers of troops on the ground. They will simply be bypassed. Garrisons will be cut off (imprisoned) until they agree to leave.

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In the end, Syria will be whole again. Trust in Trump — the fact that he had a one-on-one with Putin at the G20 using only Putin’s translator means that he will do the right thing.

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Syria war territorial control map July 16 before a new Trump-Putin peace initiative;

https://t.co/QnQqtEskvp

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This is a really good interactive map of events even if it is in Arabic.

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Bla-Bla-Bla. Another UN ‘peace’ conference ends > “GENEVA – U.N. Syria envoy de Mistura put emphasis on the international fight against terrorism on Friday as he wrapped up a round of Syria peace talks at which there was “no breakthrough, no breakdown and no one walking out”. There you have it > “no breakthrough, no breakdown and no one walking out”, as the ‘big’ accomplishment. Good to see Syrian govt. negotiators consistently hanging tough. (UN track record Re Syria > 35 yrs ago UN told Israel to take their claws off Golan Heights – claws still there). Mike.
https://www.yahoo.com/news/u-n-ends-round-syria-talks-focus-fight-230711869.html

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add-on. Compare UN’s peace non-accomplishments – with Ziad’s scholarly opening description of smart internal negotiations by Syrian govt. with terrorist groups > “Pattern of truces emerging after SAA’s successfully laid sieges to towns occupied by terrorist groups. As cease-fires started to proliferate, ordinary citizens began to return to their homes. U.N. confirms over half million refugees from Lebanon returned to homes in Al-Zabadaani, Madhaayaa, Al-Qusayr and Al-Wa’er, to name but a few.” Proving the brilliance of Syrian intelligence, SAA, etc. Thanks Ziad. Mike.

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You are quoting JEW PROPAGANDA REUTERS again here on SYRPer you little inbred MONSTER

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Reuters is zionist jew own toilet paper , soiled toilet paper .

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A piece of Canadian Hebrew subarctic moose shitstain.

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Decided to re post this one, since it is very actual and important for the understanding of the on going battle for Der ez Zor. “For long time we chatted that the importance to control paved and unpaved roads in battle for Der ez Zor, today it is time to share the importance of 3 mountains that give flanking protection and high ground control of the low lands where the Palmyra-Der ez Zor lays and the desert south of it. These are the: Mount Dahiq, Mount Bishri Jabal al-Fusayyat http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.256834&lon=39.281616&z=9&m=b&gz=0;388201904;349726256;0;0;4943847;3010272;8102416;5048210 The battle for Der ez Zor will be half won… Read more »
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Difficult terrain areas

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✔️ SAA secures ~35 KM of Resafa – DeirEzZor HWY
✔️ SAA control strategic Zamlah CP
✔️ SAA enters NE Homs CS
✔️ SAA w/in 15 KM from Kawm

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Flanking the “SDF” is good. Can’t wait till the SAA and allies reach the Euphrates SE of Raqqa. With the US building bases in Kurd-occupied Syria, that seems only slightly less critical than closing the gaps/reducing the front lines farther west.

Thanks Igor/all.

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Syrian Army captured tunnel (3rd so far) purposely dug for vehicles during advances at Ayn Tarma Damascus

NDF page reports Syrian Army captured 200m long vehicle-tunnel at Ayn Tarma-Jobar axis

So how long will thy last with no resupplies?

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A tunnell full of vehicles is useless without fuel, Syrian AAF?RuAF keep chopping off their logistical tails up north an paralyze them , their weapons and vehicles are useless without any gas. Of course the British idiots are in charge of their Logistics, ypou know the fine folks who brought us Dunkirk?

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dunkirk was victory v for moving backwards on the beach towards the sea was are finised hour or 64 are survival on the beach and seas was a defeat for hilers and his antisemite henchmen. an orderly reverse forward not retreat from a battle rothschild royale with the hun krauts was a blessing for the kraut huns. as herr winston churchy said the germans have had a tasty escape from are decision to move backwards along the beach heads. by moving backwards we have spared the german from a brutal slaughter and claimed v for victory again . and we… Read more »
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Hitler gave reprive to tge coward english race on promise from chuchill that he would only pay lips servicd against germany otherwise churchill would support hitler grab of east eurooe and russia.
Hitler was duped and thus ciward english had to flee with tail between legs.
Coward english did lues and propaganda about dunkirk as sort of victory.
It was military defeat fir coward english race.
They lie to turn truth otger way.

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Only coward english race which flees before any string army can claim such cowardly retreat as dunkirk as a victory.

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Al Sukhnah is under SAA fire control. OP to liberate the town in coming days. Plan to besiege ISIS in Homs/Hama by meeting Sukhna-Ithriya

SAA have recaptured Al Fahd station and oil fields in the western countryside of Raqqa

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SAA led by Tigers Liberated ~80 KM2 south Raqqa CS: Khalah & Zamleh gas-fields is about to enter New phase after controlling the strategic junctions 3 road-directions possible…

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SAA and its allies enter the T2 station area in Dir Ez Zor

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So does this mean Kurdistan is coming, with a bit of Syria snapped off, or will the US plan be check-mated beforehand ? Also, is a Lebanon war with Israel genuinely coming ?

Takuto
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Good point. I let myself surprised by the allied forces. I am quite sure it will be dealt with in a more quiet manner, and Syria will be as great again as it was before!

Palestina Libre
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.. and Syria’s province of Palestine will be liberated

Soon, very soon

Clock is ticking

TICK TICK

TICK TICK

Dan Wesson
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Good analysis Ziad, I were never one for Ceasefires etc . But if the Syrians feel strong enough and confident enough to accommodate them who am i to criticize, Sun Tzsu said the greatest battle is the battle you do not have to fight.

I have always thought that the Palestinian people will be liberated by way of unintended consequences, if the Zionist Settlers get desperate enough to attack Syria, iran and Lebanon it might be their end .

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Hudna is an important Islamic concept/value, and beneficial to all sides.

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Hello Syrpers! Well, well, the map looks quite promising now. I’ve had to catch up on all recent developments. Khanasser pocket is flushed out of rats, the CIA backed idiots at al-Tanf and Sweida are boxed in, and the Hama pocket Daesh rats are about to be crushed. There are also multiple axes of approach towards DeZ now, and Trump and the regime change countries have realized they have lost the war. I haven’t heard much advances from the PMU on the Iraq side of the border however. Keep up the momentum SAA and allies – its the final stretch… Read more »
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other peripheral US-backed terrorist pockets

Especially the entity infesting Palestine.

Arklight
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anit: Let’s not forget ISIS moving to the Phillipines in hopes of establishing a replacement califart; I suspect that it’s virtually a given that the US is funding and arming the rats moving in there, with absolutely no assistance for the Phillipine military, which is already overmatched.

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Ark, not forgetting that. Duterte is wise to court the Chinese. US deep state is also causing trouble in Central and South America.

Arklight
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anti: The Deep State has been burrowing into Central and South American for a very long time; at least since WW II as State sponsored activities, prior to that commercial activity laid the groundwork for Deep State activities. The Hawaiian Kingdom is still the lawful sovereign entity for the Hawiiain Islands. Duterte has no love for Red China, but has nowhere else to turn; if Red China saves the Phillipines from ISIS, who will save the Phillipines from Red China? We’re losing influence all over the Pacific Rim, and I don’t really see any way to retrieve it. Threatening everyone… Read more »
anti_republocrat
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“We,” the American people, never had influence over the Pacific Rim. It was international, mainly Anglo but generally Western European, elites who had influence and are losing it. Similarly, “we” have no “interests” there. Only individuals have genuine interests. The sum of the interests of individual elites is what is being referred to as “our” interests or the “national interest,” but it bears no relationship to your interest or mine. “Our” only real interest is non-coercive trade that does not exploit the producers of value in our trade partners. By definition of “non-coercive,” no aggressive military power is required to… Read more »
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peem

Maybe not “we the people”, but certainly your government.

Penny
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The US bases set up in Syria’s north have been present for months now.. And this is just being mentioned this last little bit at Sypers? Obviously the intention has all along been to create Israel 2.0 aka Kurdistan and occupy Syrian territory with an eye towards carving up Turkey and Iran- So many liars here in the comments claimed the Kurds were working on behalf of Syria- that was never the case. I see more and more information regarding the treachery of the US backed Kurds is finally getting a public airing… pennyforyourthoughts2 has covered this plan for years… Read more »
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Making the Kurd’s strong weakens Syrian sovereignty making Iran much stronger. You want to reduce influence of Iran in Syria then make Syrian stronger. You want to control Hezbollah give Syria back the Golan heights. I think Trump can see this.. It is a risk/reward scenario. If you want to see Iran rule Syria and end up right next to Israel, just destroy Syria. They tried to destroy Iraq and ended up making Iraq much stronger but also Iranian influence in things that matter much higher. An independent strong Iraq wont follow Iran. I know Trump can see this but… Read more »
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The USA/Britain want a war on China. So they need that OIL from Iran for such a war as a NAVAL empire they are. Apparently the oil is almost completely gone in Saudi Arabia or they could use that oil for such a war. This scenario would explain 50 events between UK/USA/China we have witnessed the last years in the media.

https://twitter.com/zakenpief/status/879762188621279232
Disputed Islands but disputed by who? On instigation of who?

https://twitter.com/zakenpief/status/880855607380774914
Chinese weapons shipments to the Philippines

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False Analysis there Thucy, They Do not Need oil and they Do not need Money , America has all the oil they will ever need, besides Trump just opened up 20 million square miles for offshore drilling.
The resident Analysts here such as you Sucks. THEY DO NOT need oil or Money , they NEED CONTROL . They have all the oil and money they can ever need.

ziad
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I been making the same prediction and warning for 2 years now about these rats,,i once was laughed at and bashed for speaking out against them and saying the kurds will become a bigger problem than isis as usa is salivating at the mouth to use them as there next victim moderates and create a real civil war ,russia im sure will also be useless in this matter,heck putin is even making deals with the iraqi kurdish rat barzani and gang for pipeline deals without permission from central gov and this is only gonna give more encouraging ideas to syrian… Read more »
Hmm
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Hmm

@ziad, you are way to black and white on every single tactical issue that arises.
Keep the bigger picture in mind and these things won’t bother you so much.

ziad
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yep im trying to figure out these angles and im sure there is a bigger picture but it dont mean i enjoy the way its being played out,,hate these politicians and the way they do things ,no self respect

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ziad
I understand and have often agreed with you. You come across as a grumpy old shit, but dislikes’ against you are not justified. My suggestion: ‘Mellow out’ and trust in the old saying about the end justifying the means.
Please share a pint of ‘goon’ with me in Damascus, if we are both still alive when that day comes.

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Mellow out? Little ziad? Good luck with that. 😁

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Be careful Robin, he is pissed off with me for calling him “little ziad” when what I meant was to differentiate him from our host Ziad with a capitol Z and not a little z, instead of asking why I called him little ziad he went on a rant, am I worried? not really, I don’t have to be nice to anyone here, but I bear no grudges, I am misunderstood most of the time but a like most of the people here regardless of our different views.

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Stingtray: I address him as ‘little z’ as an acknowledgement that I’ve both read his post and not conflated him with Ziad Fadel. Do you remember when ‘little bat’ got all wierded out and pissed off because I dubbing him ‘meatloaf’ with the lower case ‘m’? I’m a huge fan of Mr. Aday, aka ‘Meatloaf’, and ‘meatloaf’ was producing good posts in volume, but he complained to either you or Wizard about it, never asking me why I handed him such an honorific so – – fine, little bat. If you don’t get over it, you’ll be mad a long… Read more »
ziad
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first of all if you like using that as a nick name i dont mind,,but it’s not necessary since my name alone is already written in a way to differentiate from the mod,also it is quite clear when the mod is replying he has a pic of himself next to his name or his reply used to be highlighted in yellow,,second im no longer buds with you because you turned on me and started insulting me and my uncles name if you recal,simply because you turned into a child as well who could not sympathize where my frustration came from

Arklight
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little z: We quite often acquire new posters who are somewhat at a loss to differentiate between capitol and lower case letters. Please bear in mind that there are only 3 commenters on SyrPer who receive particular favorable notice from me in the form of a private moniker from myself to them, one of the three being yourself. If you prefer that I not use the ‘little z’ moniker, that’s okay.

CHEVI789
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ziad, I wasn’t using it as a nickname, just to differentiate, as for your frustration and not sympathise to it, well all I can say is I’ve grown up (ziad will probably go off his rocker now), I don’t need anyone to sympathise with me, again I don’t have to be nice to anyone nor defend anyone as I’m probably never going to meet anyone, but I’m not a prick and sometimes taken the wrong way. I bear no grudges towards you what so ever dude, all I am saying is I too sometimes get slightly frustrated but I have… Read more »
ziad
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we can have a difference of opinion without insulting each other or talking shit about family members like you did to me,i never let my frustrations go that far with you or others,,but hey i should not have any such high expectations from anyone here anyways,just come here to post and see whats going on ,no one said we have any more relations than that

ziad
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hahahaha,,idk robin,but a good ice cold beer may do the trick

Arklight
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Wizard: ‘The end justifies the means?’ I’d no notion whatever that you were a Jesuit.

ziad
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hmm not sure i heard of goon but a nice pint of “almaza” beer would sound real good in damascus after this shit is over Oz,,thanks for understanding

Arklight
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little z: as I understand it, ‘goon’ is a form of home made pop skull, forty rod, or who shot john. I rather suspect that the quality varies, much like moonshine, some of which is quite pleasing and other of which is – – not so much.

Ozskeptic
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Arklight & ziad
Ref: ‘Goon’ = local Queensland Aboriginal term for cheap (but delicious) cask wine, intended to be consumed in the spirit of ‘quantity above quality’ by my Indigenous friends. Origin, from their pronunciation of ‘flagon’ which preceded today’s cardboard cask.
*Sorry Frank, I have a master’s’ in Linguistics but choose not to boast about it.
Cheers everyone!

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ahaaa i figured there was something to it like that,,well mate if the goon is not available i also homebrew me own amber so we will have that to nurse on 🙂

Rav G
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So, from the Kiwi point of view, all Australian wine should be seen as ‘Goon’?

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Whoa, bubba — Now that is a slander that will make a thylacine shiver his stripes! Chateau Cardboard is the other name for ”cask wine” — a dubious appelation, invented in Oz, but in no way does it affect the extraordinary vintages we drink Down Here. I am particularly fond of West Australian reds from the Margaret River-Cowaramup region, grown against the chill blasts off the Southern Ocean, with a kick like a mule … Hunter Valley and Barossa Valleys also produce legendary wines. Our expert oenologists have been known to migrate to France, buy land formerly growing crap grapes… Read more »
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and the dislikes are from children here who rather live in wishful thinking bubbles wile ignoring the bad stuff ,,id rather take a realistic approach unlike Ziad and his children

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ziad, In the early months of the US Civil War, Kentucky was sitting on the fence. It had not seceded, but it refused to give permission for either northern or southern troops to enter its territory. Lincoln respected Kentucky’s position for months after the start of the war in April, 1861. The south lost patience first, and seized Columbus and Bowling Green in early September, causing Kentucky to commit to the union. It became a base of operations for the Union invasion of Tennessee and the deep South.

Patience is a virtue.

ziad
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tactics i can understand but the way some of these so called syrian allies are playing this game i do not like one bit,,long gone are the days of the ussr that took shit from no one,,today we got russian politicians trying to please everyone including the terrorist supporters in the west and the turkish dog ,,so i do not like it and even if its tactic it’s weak and no morals or self respect ,,call me a child too but id rather see syria win this militarily and that is how it must be

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This little ziad character has been on the same negative waves trip for a long time now ,,now quite predictable .

ziad
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wow i have another fan follower it seems,,im sorry who are you again? colonel kunt is it?

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Again with the negative waves ?

ziad
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aahahaha this was one of my fav eastwood movies

Rav G
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I find his lack of faith disturbing

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We NOT know. What is the long term plan? Russia, China, Iran, what is their long term plan? Overstretching the Americans in the Middle East? Have them waste resources while trying to grab some oil? A monkey coconut trap? What is the 100 years plan they have with the USA?

https://twitter.com/zakenpief/status/886331377175732224
Monkey trap for OIL.

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Penny: The unlawfully established US bases in Syria have been noted, from time to time, beginning with the one at Qamishli, but with no emphasis.

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You have Papa Sam and his moderates who want to rule Syria and then the Syrians. Luckily there is a bear in the back hidden from the camera.

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pfth…

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US House votes to block US participation in Saudi war in Yemen

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/hr2810/text

Today, the US House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved two amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would prohibit US participation in the catastrophic Saudi-United Arab Emirates (UAE) war against the Houthi-Saleh alliance in Yemen.

https://t.co/SN3xUXtZEx

Now to see if it makes any difference..

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Interesting. The link to sign the petition to send to Congressmen/women is sponsored by MoveOn.org – the Soros backed organization. Petition good way to get people’s names. hmmm….

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My standard reply to these futile threats I received last years: I am on all of the lists and on top of all of the lists. Yesterday someone on Twitter said he was reporting my tweets to https://www.gov.uk/report-terrorism I had a lot of fun with that person.

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igor: Unless the Senate also approves the amendments, they’re mere window dressing. If both houses would vote to cease funding terrorists and their support networks, I might be impressed – – so long as the funding actually stopped.

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they might to spite trump.

Arklight
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igor: That’s rich! Their mere existence is an attempt to spite Trump.

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well let’s just hope when the timing is right that syria takes the opportunity to go after the golan in FULL,they should get at the very least that bonus and this war is a good opportunity to create some kind of excuse to go there,,now why does no one ever talk about what the real deal is with turdgay inside syria? aside from a few weak verbal objections by both syria and russia they do not make any huge fuss about the turdgish dog barking louder now and moving in more heavy artillery and tanks ,as i still believe from… Read more »
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the turks are as myopic as ever, they are happy aslong as no kurdish state is created near turkey , americas/zion insistence on creating a kurdish rump state actually works well for syria, we now have two nato satelites virtually at war with each other, usand turkey, yesterday turkey signed a 2.5 billion dollar deal to purchase the s-400 missile system from russia, first time a nato country buys weapons from russia ,seem like putin is succeeding in plucking turkey out of the zato orbit? was it worth it swallowing his russian pride after the shootdown of the su-24? i… Read more »
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“was it worth it swallowing his russian pride after the shootdown of the su-24?”

Just because all sides more or less confirmed more or less one version of the story doesn’t require that it must be true. The best, most seamlessly faked bullshit is extremely hard to disprove.

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“The best, most seamlessly faked bullshit ” … that is in EVERYONES conscious interest to be the real truth… can become “the real truth”

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Rav G
Sorry, but I disagree:
“”An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it.”
Mahatma Gandhi (and Oz)

Rav G
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Sorry, Mahatma was a two faced, sweet talking liar/lawyer racist poofter in eternal service to the Queen.

I have 0 respect for that traitor. A schoolbook compromised curry house negro

Subhas C Bose… now, that’s a very different story

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@ rav g, Ah?

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How the tables have turned! After WW2 the US Marshall Plan helped to rebuild Western Europe of course in its zero-sum game to establish Europe as a totally captured vassal and dominate its economy, while now it is the nations of the East that are planning to rebuild sovereign Syria to be a member of the new world being built by the SCO whose philosophy is win/win and that nations are sovereign. The US and EU have done all they could to stillbirth the coalescing momentum of the East but have so far failed. There are signals that the Western… Read more »
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Arius, I agree, things are moving, now, at very fast pace, changes will most likely happen before 2020, the SCO is emerging a major cornerstone for the future world order, hopefully Syria and Iran will jump in this wagon soon enough.

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I don’t know if the Syrian people know the world historical importance of their battle, as important as the 300 Spartans that held off the Persian army. The Syrian people must be honored for their sacrifice.”

Well said.

Regarding the post-Victory settlement, people need to be wary of any machinations to setup an “independent” Syrian Central Bank — this is just zionist sophistry for a private Central Bank in thrall to their international financial scam. The Syrian National Bank needs to stay nationalised.

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Flopot
The more I read the more I learn, the more I agree with you

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“So, if you don’t like these cease-fires, have it your way. But, try to be more open-minded and look deeply into why the parties which care the most support them and promote them.”

Thank you for your clear explanation for the positive side of the ceasefires. I, for one, got very upset when a ceasefire happened when it seemed the SAA was on a roll to victory. Now I understand the benefits and most likely those benefits couldn’t have been exposed earlier to help the enemy.

Thank you again!

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Kelsey: So long as the ceasefires serve to concentrate rats into a circumscribed area where they can be more readily slaughtered, it’s okay with me. Just sayin’ – –

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Kelsey, there are many avenues to pursue, has any country done what Syria has done? No, did I like what HE Assad did with the amnesty? No, did I have faith in what he and the allies have done? Hell yes, did his logic work? it sure has as we can now see, so have faith in the SAA, Assad and all their allies, they are working on a plan that we do not know about.

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You make a cogent argument for why the strategy of pursuing these local ceasefire agreements followed by a one way green bus trip for the die hards to Idlib has been so effective. I would also add that by securing Al-Wa’er and the surrounding extensive mountainous border region with Lebanon that the hinterlands on the Lebanese side of the border are isolated from easy resupply and movement to and from the rear (on the Syrian side) and that this will make it harder for take iris to establish a secure operations area in Lebanon itself. This will make it easier… Read more »
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takfiri and all agents of the talmud must be ground into the soils for fertilzer these tel aviver dogs live organ dealers. the templle masons and rabbi of a foreign land built into the heart of london called square mile city of london with it;s own martial law police and paramilitary sas force. the filthy zionist rapist of new york and washington and the stinking rotten french government. not to forget norwegian,jordanian rotten turk bagmen in qatar and donmeh jewish house of saud. stinking queer cnuck sas and ozzie septick trans down under trans men special forces. let them all… Read more »
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Charlie Drake
I agree .. always have … long before you made your ‘cameo’ here … so why insult me?
Save your vitriol for our mutual enemies.
PS: ‘Septics’ are Americans. I live in Australia. Where YOU from Syrper brother?
*(failure to answer honest question may reflect your true nature)

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like a cheap, working class, bogan street trash version of Thuc’s philisophy. No wonder your old Graphics Card needed an upgrade, and not that it helped much, Shlomo Algo cluster

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One major plus from the truce arrangements is that it reduces dramatically the perimter that has to be defended or attacked. That releases manpower for more profitable use such as the attacks in the south and east which rapidly gain great swathes of territory and at great speed. That is another reason why the Russians focussed on destroying the deep logistical infrastructure early on, whch has little effect at first, but eventually leads to rapid collapse, as seen at Aleppo. The enemy is demoralised and confined in a small space with dwindling resources so they end up killing each other.… Read more »
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The US bases will bebypassed in exactly the same way al Tanf was bypassed. That will leave the US forces with no option other than to pound sand or GTFO.

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” cognizant of your analysis of Kurdish machinations and we agree. ” Wow, it looks like uncle Ziad has changed his tune. As far as I’m concerned he, and the other Kurdish lap dogs on here, owe Penny an apology for the mockery she had to endure on this site. It seems the fools on here cant eve keep a consistent theory. For example: Ceasefires are bad and ill-timed – later – Ceasefires are good the Russians know what they’re doing. Next time a Syrian plane gets shutdown Syria and Russia will retaliate with full force, later, its best not… Read more »
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RB: What really bytes is secretly and shamefully sponsoring mercenaries to break into a non-belligerent and beautiful country like Syria.

Reality Bites
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True, but whats that have to do with the content of my post ?

Rav G
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See my content. I am supportive of Zionistanis being mass murdered which inevitably comes with a crushing Air Defense and Jizzrahelli Attack Forces defeat and bulk slaughter

There are some here who’d prefer the Russians to Nuke Yizrael and the Samson Option mickey mouse French bombs out of existance. It’s a bit unfair. The “holy land” didn’t itself deserve to be put out of commission for another 10,000 years, nor do the Palestians deserve to get exterminated along with their aggressors.

I prefer a traditional slaughter that preserves the soil and saves the land for the eventual resettlement of Natives

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A thousand missiles each armed with 1 ton of TNT can do far more damage than a single 1 KT bomb, and are far more useful in the destruction of diverse and dispersed military targets.

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Add to that list of beautiful, non-belligerent countries to break into and destroy:
-Libya
-Iraq
-Brazil
-Mexico
-Columbia
-Yemen
-Somalia
-Philippines (currently dealing with ISIS)
-ETC

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@Reality Bites One needs to be able to hold two contradictory thoughts in their head at the same time without having to apologize for them. Anyway, you sound like a Monday morning quarterback and it is off-putting. It is perfectly OK to emotionally react one way and then readjust your opinion later to accommodate realities. For example, of course everyone including myself wanted Syria to start knocking American planes out of the sky, but that would have been strategically unwise (for the moment). So we suck it up and wait for the right time. We will enjoy it even more… Read more »
Rav G
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I agree, there is no way Syria will regain the Golan heights without murdering a whole lot of you Heebz. A COUPLE OF MILLION to begin the overdue POGROM

And when that time comes, MAZEL TOV b**ches!!

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And at 3 mil dead Zionistanis I am personally shouting every single goy and heeb a beer (or coffee / herbal tea for the Muzzies) in my neighbourhood out of my own savingz

L”CHAIM!

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@Rav g, You know you make their day when you call them Hebrews right? This fake Demonic Roadshow that Stole a Religion , A culture, a language and finally a Country. They are the Demons that The prophet John talked about in the Book of revelelations , Rev. Ch. 2 ver.9 ,

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You’re correct the original Hebrews were obviously black / African. So was Jesus. In fact, the Palestinians are culture thieves, as the original Palestinians were black also.

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The Current day palestinians are Arabs from western Asia So are the Egyptians , i would not not consider them Culture thieves because they adopted the religion of the original inhabitants, that would be like saying that an African American or a native American Christian Baptist is a culture thief because they adopted the Christian religion , right?

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The Phoenecians spoke Hebrew, they had to , they were a trading people and seafaring people, they had to speak Hebrew if they wanted to make money. The root language of Hebrew is Ahramic sp? The original language of Ethiopia , even the ancient tongues of Syria derived from the ethiopin language and some of the original Christian saints of Syria were of Ethiopian origin , not many people wuill mention that nor that Syria was basically a Christian Country for 1100 years. For further Study see : Dr. Martin Bernal, former Cambridge university professor , and his life Work… Read more »
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Well, the entire human population of the world migrated out of Africa in several waves, the most recent pre-modern migration having been around 50-60,000 years ago. Plenty of time for the melanin to be lost due to natural selection, before historical times and before the development of Hebrew or any other W Asian languages.

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Are you capable of doing some simple arithmetic and count all those Russian, Chinese and maybe now North Korean ICBMs pointed at the good ole’ US of A? I hate to break your zionist heeb wet-dream, but Israel will be sacrificed and no one…no one will intervene to save them. This is what the NWO massonic satanists have been planning for generations anyway.

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@ Joe, yeah, the US is actually afraid of a real war with a real adversary.
That crazy Kim in North Korea has them backed off. I like your point that this was all planned, though I wonder if it was all “unintended consequences.”

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Actually Kim is the one terrified. Every family lost loved ones. And then splitting the country meant every family was split. I think Iraqi’s know this but is not a inbuilt memory that stays around many generations. Baghdad has never recovered from what the mongols did to them. To not have to go through it again Kim will do what ever he can because the alternative death is preferable. You cant have a country full of people with trauma to be happy and accepting submission to their oppressors.

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@ RB , Rb must must have never been in War or were never a military officer Am i right? Kn Now , #1) War is fluid and is constantly Changing. #2) No Commander worth is salt , never fight a static war. #3) Cease fire is a tactic of warfae that a comander may or may not implement in order to advance his overall objective. #4) A cesefire maybe bad today BUT tommorrow maybe a good thing depending on what the commander wants to achieve at the moment. #5) Flexibility in thought and Action in a Commander is a… Read more »
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No crap Sherlock, the first casualty of war are the plans / strategies. What I was referencing earlier, is the condescending mockery of opposing views on on this site. For example, against Penny.

Yet, there are no apologies given when the fools on here change their opinions to the ones that they previously mocked.

” Are you a child ? ” No, but are you an hypocritical idiot ?

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Believe it or not bud , penny has more friends here than you would think , Mr. level-0 anon.

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Thanks for the great article and I agree with the cease fires and the zones that have been created to help those that want to return. Then as you point out resupply of fresh Syrian troops and giving more time to train new troops. The Amerikan bases are trapped with only one way to go and even israel has stopped using jets are only sending drones tells me Syria and maybe Russia have move some surface to air missiles into the are as the push forward. The Russians also brought back jet fighters that air to air combat craft when… Read more »
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Here’s how the Kurds really feel about the Syrians, and their government. The Kurds supporters here are foolish, blind, idiots.

” Abdo said. “We drove the Syrian regime out of Afrin five years ago, and it is impossible to allow them back.”

https://southfront.org/russia-asked-kurds-allow-syrian-army-enter-afrin-ypg/

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Why focus on the pawns? What is the long term plan? What is the plan Russia/China/Iran have for the next 10, 25, 50, 100, 500 years? Overstretching the Americans? Draining their empire? All I see is a monkey stuck with his hand in trying to grab some control over oil. https://twitter.com/zakenpief/status/886331377175732224 What would you do to destroy/defeat the Rothschild-Zionists-Illuminati? I would make sure Iran gets 500 hydrogen bombs. 50 x 50 megaton bombs and 450 x the 15 megaton bombs. Then you block Israel/USA/London/Paris for ever. So keep building on those hydrogen bombs! Getting the Americans stuck in a FAKE… Read more »
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I wonder how the Syrians feel about the Kurdish militants? In fact, I wonder how SYRIAN Kurds feel about the Kurdish militants? I doubt they are proud of being patsies for the Zionists. I think all those US bases will find themselves isolated when the great, grand, commie army of ethnic cleansing (the SDF/YPG/PKK nonsense) melts away after the first shots are fired East of the Euphrates.

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Well the Kurds are in for a wholloping, if they think they are going to get their own “country” they are sorely mistaken, 1) The Turks will make sure this never happens and the Syrian government will keep allowing the Turks on Syrian land for the time being to counter the Kurds, 2) the Syrian government will be opposed to a “Kurdish ” state , and 3) the ordinary citizen who lives in the Kurdish “held” towns will want their homes back and I dare say would fight for their homes, the Kurds are screwed either way.

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Stingray: Kurdish options and intentions are unclear at this point, guy, and the settlement is between the Syrian Kurds and the Syrian government, and does not involve a single one of us on this formum.

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None of the events in Syria involve any of us on here. Maybe we should cease commenting on any of them. See how you logic falls apart ??

Arklight
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Bites: Your post is so deeply superficial that I doubt you have 2 or more functioning brain cells working at the same time. Let us know when you graduate nursery school, please.

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Thats the best comeback you have, seriously ?? SMH , this would be sad if it wasn’t so pathetic.

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Dude, we all have different views, I might not like what some pro-Syrian supporters on here say but respect their views, let’s agree to disagree, Ark as many on here are true Syrian supporters.

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Seriously, you come on here preaching to me about differing views , when it was Arklight who chose to attack me without provocation. What kind of agenda are you laying at ” dude” ?

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Reality, You have a legitimate argument there, sorry Ark but I personally feel that was uncalled for, Reality had a logical comment there, can we all take comments from some with a grain of salt here.

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Stingray: Thanks, but I’ve no notion why I bothered to reply to a pissant, and certainly don’t give a rat’s ass for his being a wedgeass.Be well, my friend.

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I agree Ark, read my above post if you’ve missed it, this is not a good thing for them, they have taken the american path which will lead to disaster for them, they are pawns in the zionists plans, do I feel sorry for them? Yes I do, why? because they have been conned, but first and foremost I have Syria’s future at heart and at this moment they Kurds ( not all but not sure how many) are against Syria.

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well Ark it stands to reason why after 5000 years they still do not have a country of their own , their treachery , backbiting deception and insullation knows no bounds, not even iran wants them back. Saddam didn’t bother them but we all saw how they paid back iraq as soon as their American friends arrived in iraq. Suckers will be Suckers, i’m sorry .

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They are herders and nomads, like Bedouin.

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Who cares about the Kurds? As Thuc said, they are just pawns. Are they attacking the SAA? No. They are a just a diversion maneuver, organized by the US. It’s better to just ignore them, and let Turkey take care of that. In fact, the Syrian strategy should be inciting the conflict between Turkey and the Kurds. I would do that, asking the help of Russian diplomacy to prod Erdogan into action. He still hesitates because Turkey is in NATO, this is a game that requires time and patience. This would also be advantageous to Russia, with a Turkey/Kurd war… Read more »
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This has always been a war maintained by myriad opportunistic players. The Kurds are but one of the these opportunistic groups, albeit a geographically very sizeable one, and that is exactly why they are being exploited by the Americans and Zios. Imagine for a moment what the circumstances on the ground would be in Syria at this juncture if the Kurds were not the opportunistic sacks of excrement they have been thus-far. The Syrian border areas would have been 50% closed, significantly mitigating the influx of mercenaries (just more opportunistic scum) and the trade in Syrian loot would be reduced… Read more »
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Spot on Jonas, they are pawns and wedged between a rock and a hard place, let them figure out that they are being used for someone elses plans.

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We drove the Syrian regime out of Afrin five years ago,

Does it bites? YES!
Is this reality? NO!
Let’s rephrase for a closer match to reality:
The self-proclaimed fighters for Rojava, unable exhibit real patriotism in Turkey and Iran where most of the Kurds live, have taken advantage from a difficult moment where Syria was under attack form a “coalition of the wiling” – more accurately, imperial countries all together.

…and it is impossible to allow them back.
Wishful thinking.
Winning a war of aggression requires true nationalism and strong logistic. Syria has both.

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https://twitter.com/JPY_Kurdish/status/885691319896743941

Kurds who took away weapons from Yazdi men and would protect them, fled in panic, ISIS took women & murdered all men in a Yazidi area in 2014.

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igor: If I recall, that was Peshmerga in Iraq that did that. I don’t remember YPG or Syrian Kurds stripping a loyal group of the ability to defend themselves, but maybe I missed something?

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You’re correct about ceasefires and amnesties. It is a slow and methodical conterinsurgency strategy, but for that reason, a sane strategy. And concentrating intractable OPFOR in Idlib will make mop up easier later. What is noteworthy is that (US Regime declared) “moderates” are being merged (or press-ganged) into AQ, thereby loosing their “good guy” status. Or they begin fighting among each other for control of their criminal enterprises.

This Old Special Forces soldier can only admire the genius of the SAA senior chain of command.

Eventually the damned Kurds will have to be dealt with. They are like Jews; they are indigestible.

S//

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There is no rush. If the Turks invade them they will come rushing to the Syrian government for help and the Americans will drop them like a brick. But lets first let the Americans think they get some control over oil. Let them Americans invest billions! Money down the drain.

Priorities: 1 defend Lebanon/Damascus/Aleppo and get Idlib back. They EU needs Idlib and Homs for territorial expansion towards Israel.

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As someone who says live and let live, I dont see why some are so lets go smash idlib when no Syrians live there.. I would like to see justice but taking on half a million terrorists is no easy job.Or the problem with granting them local autonomy so they can live in squalor. Currently there are no Syrian institutions inside idlib so to collect salaries people have to go to the government areas since the government still provides all services. But the terrorists fight over whos name is on the bill to deliver electricity to homes. I know Syrians… Read more »
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The SAA created a super thought out “klll-box” in allowing Idlib to become a temporary terrorist safe-haven. Let these mad pukes kill themselves first out of rivalry and then we can go in at the end to mop up the remnants. Just brilliant!

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Sources Report US Vast Military Buildup in Raqqa City

http://www.govtslaves.com/sources-report-us-vast-military-buildup-raqqa-city/

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Dont forget, Trump is a business man, with Zio ties, he will always tell you what you want to here. Dont be naive Russia.

Ziad: What do you think of the ” deal maker ” now ??

Trump Wants Authority to Build New Bases in Iraq, Syria
White House Complains Legal Restrictions Are Hampering ‘Temporary’ Sites

http://news.antiwar.com/2017/07/14/trump-wants-authority-to-build-new-bases-in-iraq-syria/

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Russia is in Syria for many things, much including curbing the Jewhadist movement, but first and foremost to put the Cuban Missile bases on Jizizrahell’s doorstep and be able to extinguish their entire shitty little Zoo freak show global blackmailer illegal subcountry on 3 minutes notice. It’s an insurance policy against the blackmailer. A counterblackmail if you will. That is primarily in Russia’s interest IN MY STRONG opinion. Not necessarily in Palestinians or Arab interest. If the insurance claim is ever made, the Palestine disappears with the Zionist Occupier Entity. But for now, 99% of Arab and Russian interests closely… Read more »
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RE Ziad correct post > “opposed to any Kurd state created from Syrian land.” Perhaps supportive >
1. June 16 – UN said will not be engaged any process surrounding independence referendum Iraq’s Kurdish region September 25. Kurdish RG diplomat Bakir said, ‘When we talk about referendum, we talk about Kurdistan in Iraq only.’ [Note – that excludes Syrian Kurds].
2. June 29 – “Congress Threatens to Cut off Iraqi Kurds’ Funding If They Secede.”
3. Putin continually says – ‘Syrian sovereignty will be protected.’ Implying, ‘or else!!’
4. Syria’s non-Kurd population (90%) will not freely give up any land for the 10% Kurds.
http://aranews.net/2017/06/un-wont-back-kurdistan-independence-referendum-in-iraq-official/
http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2017/06/congress-threat-payments-krg-kurdistan-referendum-iraq.html

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Thank you Ziad. The ceasfires are allowing the SAA and allies to concentrate on the east. Idlib’s time is coming, and the head choppers know it. Sure looks like the SAA hammer is about to hit from the north lead by the Tigers. Both the Russian and Syrian air forces are flying nonstop. The situation of the head choppers is desperate. I can’t imagine fighting in the heat of a Syrian summer. Where I live we are lucky to reach the high twenties Celsius. The dust, heat, thirst makes it hard to stay focused on staying alive where temperatures in… Read more »
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Golan population > “There are at least 23,000 Israeli settlers in the Golan, living in thirty-four illegal settlements. The remaining native Syrian population numbers approximately 25,000, and live in five villages located in the extreme north of the Golan. In 1981, Israel enacted the Golan Heights Law to annex the territory into the state of Israel, an illegal action condemned by the UN Security Council as “null and void and without international legal effect.” (Trusted source? Mike.)
https://muftah.org/golan-heights-israels-forgotten-occupation/#.WWrRkfnytjc

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Did The JEWs Fabricated Holocaust Really Happen?

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http://theantimedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/inside_scheme.jpg

the 39-year-old man, who was entrusted to escort the busloads of children back home without injury, swerved his Ford Focus patrol car in-between the lead bus and the out-of-control vehicle. ‘The officer quickly assessed the situation and risking his own life, he managed to prevent a head-on collision,’ With the bus loads of children.

http://theantimedia.org/russian-cop-rams-car-into-oncoming-vehicle-to-save-lives-of-300-children/

Well this is not a Minnesota cop for sure. Who also are very found of ramming into other vehicles.

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Thanks Ziad. You have elegantly articulated the value of these ceasefires. My favorite lines: “I can assure all of you, that this next battle in Lebanon will spell the end of this apartheid abomination – the very end of it when you will see tens of thousands of our troops and every right-thinking Arab patriot rushing the Zionist borders and destroying the very fabric of this diseased settler society.” I envision Hezbollah invading and not being easily uprooted; this, and the tens of thousands of missiles raining on the apartheid regime, will be their undoing.

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“and the tens of thousands of missiles raining on the apartheid regime” That is a lovely thought, however the settlers have nukes that will be launched from subs (supplied out of imposed guilt by Germany). They will use the Samson Option. Either way they will still be fucked, but unfortunately Lebanon and Syria will be nuclear wastelands.

Saladin
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grr: some in the Stolen State might wish to use the Sampson option in (for them) a worst case scenario, but I believe saner heads will prevent them. Admittedly, none of us know for sure what will transpire when Palestine is in process of being liberated from the oppressors (in the coming war). There is a spiritual dimension at work and I don’t think thermonuclear destruction will be tolerated. A limited nuke exchange perhaps. But not universal annihilation. The earth does not exist in a vacuum, and there are more things in heaven and earth than are acknowledged by the… Read more »
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I hope you are correct. I am just very wary of the Zionists as one would be of a mad,rabid dog.

Rav G
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Cut off the dog’s bollocks and he’ll get quite placid

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Their subs are being tracked and ready to be sunk when the time comes. Since they only have about 4 of these modified German U212 subs at present which don’t possess balistic missle launch capability, the damage they could wreck would be limited at best. In essence, they could only hope to launch a few nuclear-tipped cruise missles and that’s it.

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Sorry to follow up on your correct thoughts SJ, but I think that you might have just helped me understand why Putin is giving the Turks those S-400s (and their radars)

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Joe: It seems as though one of their subs was sunk about the same time B.O. ordered the launch of the 2 Tomahawks from Spain, conjecture having it that the Chinese did it. Canthama probably has more on the story, with his inexhaustible archives.

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There’ll be no Nooks. google Larry King CNN ufos shut down missile silos in US, UK and USSR. Et monitors 24/7. (The Pleiadian Mission by R Winters), Recently they zapped a suspicious military satellite on the launch pad. . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfE733B6Kmc. Stop with your fake fear-mongering

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