WHAT TO LOOK FORWARD TO IN 2018

Now that Donald Trump has effectively removed the United States from any meaningful role as a mediator in the Zionist-Palestinian conflict, we can certainly expect absolutely nothing from Washington, D.C.  And with that comes the usual degradations.  Nikki Haley, America’s most celebrated WOG, had the temerity to threaten certain countries with financial ruin for voting against the U.S. in the General Assembly.  Evidently, she thought her veto of the Turk-Yemeni resolution at the U.N.S.C. would put an end to the brouhaha over moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.  It didn’t.  The matter was referred to a vote at the U.N.G.A. and Trump’s administration was handed a humiliating turn-down.

What Haley can’t get into her un-exercised brain is that most of the EU countries voted for the resolution condemning the U.S. unilateral move.  Even traditionally Yankee-obsessed Costa Rica voted against the U.S.  Germany, France, Italy, Britain, Greece, Cyprus – all bastions of pro-American platitudes jumped ship.  With the U.S. so mired today in isolation and universal ostracism, it is hard to believe that the Trump administration will have anything to do on the world stage besides blowing hot air at North Korea and Iran.

Well, the Russians have impolitely asked the U.S. to get out of Syria, now!  Under international law, the U.S. has no business being there without the permission of the government which holds a seat at the United Nations occupied by long-suffering Dr. Bashar Al-Ja’afari.  With the U.S. having been firmly rebuffed by the world community, will Dr. Ja’afari follow in the footsteps of the Turkish-Yemeni resolution and bring the matter before the General Assembly?:  “Should the United States be condemned for occupying another country when that country’s government asked the U.S. to leave?”

As ISIS evolves into an extinct organization, with most members flocking to other borders in order to relocate to better fields, there is no reason for the U.S. to remain in Syria.  But, the U.S. is not willing to leave.  Prepare yourselves for an Iranian-inspired insurgency in Syria aimed at American troops and their so-called “allies”.  The allies know what the result is going to be.  American loyalty in the Middle East is as slippery as oil.  Nobody is going to bet on Trumpian tenacity.  When body bags start piling up on the runways of airbases, the U.S. will leave (this year) and the erstwhile allies will all seek amnesty.

In the meantime, we have Idlib to think about.  The Eastern Ghouta is verging on collapse and Syrian Forces are expected to clean it out during the next 2 months.  But, Idlib, for reasons having to do with previous agreements, is an ant hill bursting at the seams with terrorists – most of whom cannot stand each other.  With Turkey unwilling to prick the burgeoning balloon, the terrorists there in Idlib, will have only one outlet and that’s by sea.  And if they leave by sea, Europe will be inundated with trained criminals a la the Mariel Boat Lift engineered by the late Fidel Castro.

So, what do you do with trained terrorists?  Angela Merkel lost her majority in government because of her ill-advised acceptance of thousands of refugees from the Syrian conflict.  She won’t make that mistake again.  Just one more atrocity in Germany and her government will fall.  In this light, expect Europe to rethink its relationship with Dr. Assad, the only man in Syria who can finagle a solution to the problem of terrorists on the loose.  Needless to say, he will not agree to permit those same sociopaths into Syrian society just to prevent them from nesting in Europe.  However, given the high stakes here, Europe is going to have to cough up much-needed capital to both restore Syria’s economic health and to address the terrorist problem partly created by the U.K., Germany and France.  Expect increased cooperation.  Expect efforts to reopen embassies which were closed in order to emphasize Dr. Assad’s isolation during the initial stages of the conflict.  These countries from Old Europe will have to swallow their pride and get on with the task of defending their borders.

The Europeans won’t agree to the proposition that the only good terrorist is a dead one.  They won’t agree to a plan that involves exterminating the rodents.  Instead, they would probably agree to a re-orientation program to unbind former terrorists from a world vision of violence while turning a blind eye to the liquidation of the few incorrigible terrorists still left.  Syria has proven that its amnesty plan has worked in 85% of the cases and such an approach may signal the end of constant warfare with Wahhabist cockroaches.

I foresee marked advances by Russia and China in the Middle East.  Trump has so angered the Arab street that formerly friendly governments like those of Jordan and Egypt will not be able to carry on with “business as usual”.  This might mean (although Chris would disagree) putting an end to further work on that huge subterranean military base in northern Jordan he has mentioned repeatedly to me.  Egypt has already strengthened its ties to Moscow and Iraq is only an angstrom away from asking the Americans to leave.  Turkey may well leave NATO and any pretense to being a part of Europe.  Its efforts to join the EU have been as fruitless as the Palestinians negotiating with the Zionist regime in Tel Aviv.

Iran, too, is heading for a banner year.  With formerly skeptical Iranian intellectuals now siding with hard line clerics about their view of the United States, watch for less internal conflict as Tehran widens its arc of influence throughout the Fertile Crescent, all the way to Egypt.  And watch Hizbollah reap all the benefits.

The Europeans are dumbstruck by Trump.  They simply have no method to deal with this crackpot in the White House.  Think what you will of George W. Bush, another nut who should be hanged for war crimes committed in Afghanistan and Iraq, but, who was a sobre-minded realist when it came to coordinated international efforts.  Even Obama, despite his blood lust, was predictable for his diplomacy – even though he was a war criminal, also.  The Germans and the English don’t know what to do with a White House gone berserk.  The Germans have hinted at greater self-sufficiency from a security standpoint.  The Brits have resigned themselves to a world in which they have no special relationship to the United States.  The French, notorious for their admiration for the U.S., must now look to their historical nemeses, Germany and the U.K., for that feeling of comfort – a feeling which should not be allowed to set in too deeply.

Dr. Assad has stunned the world with his stubborn insistence on the rule of law.  He has won.  Even that war-mongering caitiff, Robert Ford, who, with Bandar bin Sultan, tried to engineer the revolt against the Syrian central authority has admitted to Assad’s grand victory.  He told the so-called hotel-based “opposition” as much.  Ford has disappeared into irrelevance.  Like all the characters in this horrific tragedy, Captain Kangaroo (George Sabra), Riyaadh Hijaab, Ghassaan Hitto, Ahmad Mu’aadh Al-Khateeb, and the rest of that motley crew of degenerates, they hold tight to the anchor on a sinking ship straight down, all the way into a gelid oblivion.  Farewell.  And Merry Christmas.

Dr. Assad’s popularity is going to guarantee his future success for a long time to come.  Syrians, even those who might have despised him because of his religious affiliation, have come to see how insistent he was about the territorial integrity of his country and the absolute rule of law.  They know how much minorities in Syria sacrificed to keep their country secular and free.

Vladimir Putin handled this portfolio in a masterly way.  He has now come to the conclusion that the Syrian government has sufficient military assets, in personnel and weaponry,  to finish the job.  Every intelligent military man has to have an exit strategy and a timetable which fits the facts on the ground.  Putin has determined that his role in Syria has come to a close and that the Damascus government has to finish the job.  To be sure, Russian troops will remain at Humaymeem and Tartous.  But, those troops are part of a larger global strategy involving the projection of Russian power across the world.  How that is going to play out with an American competitor whose influence is flagging is anybody’s guess.  One thing is certain, however, since the fall of the Soviet Union, and the sordid events that followed, Russia is back in a big way!

As we move to a new chapter in the history of this conflict, I want to thank all my readers for their loyalty and insight.  I even want to thank the trolls who made my website more popular.  I even want to thank the hotel-based opposition for their comic material which enabled me to smile through some of these harrowing events.

To my readers all:  Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  Next year in Jerusalem.  Ziad

 

 

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the Thylacine
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Sinjar town has fallen. Abu Duhur air base is only 14 km away. Glory to the heroic Syrian Arab Army.

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About a dozen or more villages raised the Syrian flag in the SE Idlib Province, the cauldron (not even a pocket) started to collapse quickly. During the day more villages may send message to the SAA that it is terrorists free. At the moment there is a huge effort to liberate as many villages as possible without destruction, this is part of a possible policy of incentive to get the civilians under an area under the terrorists to switch sides back to the embrace of Syria, thus saving civilian lives, infra structure and SAA soldiers. Same was done in Deir… Read more »

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Another F15 jet is shot down on Sanaa with ground-to-air missile! 2 Jets shot down in 1 day!

Guess the ultimate fighting machines have found out the Russian secret. You think the US in Syria will be afraid of much more modern air defenses? Saw that the F22 is not much a match against the SU35 which costs a quarter as much and that’s the most advanced US fighter.

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A billion dont get you much these days… f22 raptor: 6
j20 5-9 f35: 11 su57: 20

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Second in command of HTS rejoined his SAA unit after completing his tasks undercover, he was also Emir of HTS in Hama

We saw this many times with ISIS so this is not surprising.

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Surfing roundup, not sure if already covered. Iran riots: Banks collapse. People hit the streets. MEK jump in. Violence starts. Western media prepare for political interference. Rioters arrested. Financial losses reimbursed. Everybody happy. [Elijah Magnier; Marwa Osman] VBIED in Idlib. Chechen group hit – the touchy feely nice jihadis that resent being called terrorists and disapprove of butchering women and children. Some left Syria already. The others downed tools in October(!) Boom. [Twitter and ChechensinSyria.com] Harasta: after 2 years peace, local security forces made friends with the terrorists and couldn’t repel a surprise assault. Compromised soldiers had to be replaced.… Read more »

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Ehsani – effing bahai name.
Specifically which twitter account, Robin?

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The updated Secret Affairs: Britain’s Collusion with Radical Islam details the UK covert operation in Syria from 2011, showing how it has empowered extremist/jihadist groups such as IS and Al Qaida and prolonged the war. http://goo.gl/VLVnmP / http://goo.gl/HzmxPD

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Hey everyone, just stopping by to say hi. I’ve been a bit off radar, travelling, trading crypto and very busy with other things. I wish I could contribute more to Syrper, but will have to find more time to blog, time is not on my side these days! I still read Syrper regularly. I’ve been keeping my eye on the Syria map almost every day, and Idlib is looking good, another classic pocket split coming right up. Progress in Beit Jinn pocket too. But East Ghouta I hear is still giving trouble to the SAA. I’m telling you right now,… Read more »

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Why would you mention trading crypto? That makes me think you another psyops. Bcause Benjamin Fulford is also “pushing that narrative”.

https://benjaminfulford.net/

Why are they pushing this “crypto currency” narrative?
Why do you mention it?

https://twitter.com/MarjanRijk/status/948512327577604097

Iran was nothing more than some banks going bust. Then they jumped on the bandwagon. It is a distraction psyops propaganda operation with “doomed spies” at best.

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Crypto is going to be a big part of the future, its beyond the “fad” phase the mainstream has been peddling for years.

Besides, smart people know that there is a tonne of money to be made right now to retire early. Don’t be that guy who polishes his gold bars hoping for a miracle!

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I hope bitcoin does help to expedite the fall of the usurist money system of the West. Bitcoin does serve to circumvent zio control of transactions. The problem with crypto-currency is that it doesn’t have much value to you if TPTB shut down the internet in your location and you can’t access it.

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The revolution is in full swing, and I can tell you from the front lines. Peer-to-Peer finance puts back control in YOU in a permissionless manner, where no third party like banks, brokers or middle-men can block your funds for political and security reasons. Until of course you touch their fiat currencies. But the point is to use cryptocurrencies alongside fiat currencies eventually. The technology currently in development will threaten Paypal, VISA, Mastercard, central banks, commercial banks and governments. The wisest thing for them to do is to join not resist. They will try to regulate the space and push… Read more »

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About 24 hrs ago, we anticipated at Syrper, with precision, the advance the TF was making toward Kafrayya-A’jax and the sharp shift right toward Karratin al Kabirah in the direction of Abu Duhur. The TF did that and liberated many more villages. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.633861&lon=37.022552&z=11&m=b This up coming Monday watch to news of Mir`aya, al Juhman (important secondary cross road), Al ‘Uwayjā (important village prior to Abu Duhur), Farījah and Burtuqālah. We will see a mix of flanking protection and control of critical components of roads and crossroads. Any attempt toward Abu Duhur will happen with a wider front,… Read more »

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Thanks for all your invaluable updates!
One question: is there any movement southward from Al-Hader area and Qinnasrin Pain?
If not, why not?

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Not yet, there is a large force there, it was supposedly to go toward Kafraya & Fuah but now it seems it will close the gap toward Abu Duhur. This advance is highly anticipated but the allied forces command seems not to want to move this front line before the TF takes Abu Duhur village or fire control the two roads that are joined in Abu Duhur village, only when these roads are locked down, the terrorists will be fully depending on the 8 kms gap north of the swamp area and south of Hader. Any advance from north-south bound… Read more »

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US Obedient Slave Of The Jewish State

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“The Democratic Autonomous Administration of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) issued a generalization on Wednesday in al-Tabaqa city in Raqqa western countryside, which imposed forced recruitment in its areas of control in the province of Raqqa, northeast of Syria. According to the circular, published in the neighborhoods of al-Tabaqa city and bearing the stamp of the “Autonomous-Defense Committee,” every civil was born between 1990 and 1999, to go to the “Civil Defense Duty” Center in the first neighborhood of al-Tabaqa city, the center is dedicated for the recruitment of young men in forced recruitment.” https://www.nso-sy.com/Details/782/The-authorities-of-the-Democratic-Union-Party-impose-forced-recruitment-on-the-people-of-the-areas-Raqqa-province/en The Kurds are about to… Read more »

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All the noise about the Syrian government and Russians accepted to stay east of the river, why does that not apply to themselves as well to stay on the west side? I have no doubt that a place where thousands of Syrian soldiers were massacred and buried would be allowed to leave Syria. And they lost a lot of good men and got the desert hawks disbanded because they tried to free al-Tabaqa again and the loses they suffered.

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Innocent Palestinian Child Jailed Under Racist Illegal War Criminal Jewish Occupation Ahed Tamimi

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So this is how Palestine dies, not with a bang but a whimper. Shame on you world.

– NO FIFTH “DAY OF RAGE” IN PALESTINE, US SANCTIONS UN AID ORGANIZATION HELPING PALESTINIANS –

https://southfront.org/no-fifth-day-of-rage-in-palestine-us-sanctions-un-aid-organization-helping-palestinians/

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The Palestinians are just trying to survive now. The world has betrayed that people; it is not the fault of the Palestinians that they cannot defeat a global system (i.e. the entire frickin’ world) that is controlled by the Zionists. You name it and they control it, from the biggest goy Empire to the richest banks — all Zio-controlled.

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Sadly yes, Flopot. The victims of one holocaust become the perpetrators of another.

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They were victims of no holocaust. The holocaust is a complete lie.
Proof:
https://holocaustdeprogrammingcourse.com/

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OK, Harry, point taken. I might road test the concept of a Palestinian holocaust elsewhere, perhaps the Times of Israel.

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The Holocaust is their “Big Lie” punishable by incarceration for “denial” in West. The chosen ones invented the holocaust in 1970 using Soviet and English war propaganda. They like when the lie is repeated. They figure , the more you repeat a lie the more truthful over time it become. Meanwhile, they will try to take over eastern Syria using their proxy US/Kurdish army. And, they will start another lie to do it.

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I still think the Abomination is nearing Das Ende, just as did apartheid South Africa. BDS is not going away; it will build and build, until it strangles the Khazar. Trump’s bombs under the hegemony will move things along too.
The Chosenites are already getting their Chilean bolthole ready; 450,000 houses is serious intent. God knows what the poor Chileans will do, but maybe a deal can be struck, from all that stolen Rothschild gelt.
Truck the pricks down to their Patagonian wilderness — and fence the fuckers in!
http://www.kawther.info/wpr/2009/01/30/israeli-war-criminals-in-patagonia

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It appears THE PLAN to annex Syrian territory is moving along http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2018/01/us-plans-to-recognize-annexed-syrian.html “Washington is planning ‘concrete steps’ toward providing a Syrian Democratic Forces-controlled area in northern Syria’s eastern Euphrates area three times the size of Lebanon with diplomatic recognition, a leading Arabic international newspaper has reported. The 28,000 square km territory, controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces, a collection of predominantly Kurdish militias including the YPG People’s Protection Units, took its first step toward US recognition after US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis promised to send US diplomats to SDF-controlled areas to work alongside US troops operating in the region, the… Read more »

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Sadly, this eventuality was predicted by many.

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The same, Donbas will get recognization as an independent republic the same time.

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The mot dangerous part will be the kurdish navy. No, seriously if the US regime wants to suicide itself let them do. Not only do Syria, Iraq and Turkey outnumber the Kurds vastly, have more combat experience, are not landlock & surrounded by ennemies, but in addition the kurds are fighting between themselves when they are not at odd with non kurdish minorities. And the ice on the cake, the main backer of the Kurds is a notorious knee jerk who routinely throw under the bus his “allies”

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jfp, I agree. It’s not news that the US wants to partition Syria, nor that they’re moving forward with the plan precipitously. However, your earlier post re PYD conscription is an example of overreach. Nothing will turn the non-Kurdish population into supporters of the Syrian government faster than conscription of their youth.

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Mordor-on-the-Levant, aka Idlib, must first be squished before the Syrians can deal with the US-backed Kurdish forces in the East. I cannot see how an isolated Kurdish regime in NE Syria is viable, even with US backing. Those rising Kurdish hopes are a Chinese Lantern waiting to be lit, released and extinguished. They can clap and cheer as the burning object wafts over the desert and vanishes in a final puff of smoke. [EDIT]: Of course I find it as excruciating and depressing as everyone else that NE Syria is, for the moment, occupied by the United States. I am… Read more »

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I know Ru has done, and continues to do, a mighty job but WTF did they neglect the east of Syria?

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Amjad Ghanem thought he martyred in Aleppo, 4 years ago.

He wasnt martyred but rather captured and ended up being released.

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Hi Budy – good news RE Amjad Ghanem, thanks for that > “He wasn’t martyred but rather captured and ended up being released.”
Question > is there info to add regarding who captured Ghanem, and who was involved in his release? Thanks, Mike.

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The loss of Sinjar will make resupply for insurgents at Hama – Khanaser – #Aleppo route more complicated. Soon, “rebels” will have two choices:

1. To pull back forces in N- Hama+near Khanaser or

2. The encirclement and total destruction by SAA.

Jihadists say Abu Duhour has already been lost. It’s only a matter of time before Syrian Army takes it. Game over.

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The Syrian army #SAA brings reinforcements and moves forward to break the siege imposed by terrorists on the vehicles Base.

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A very happy Christmas to Orthodox Christian Russian, Serbian & other friends who are celebrating it today!

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Serbia has joined NATO and very soon will see a hostile NATO base. Another ally bought.

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Unlike other Western Balkan partners, Serbia does not aspire to join the Alliance. Source NATO

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Probably the result of “If you join NATO, you’ll keep Kosovo”.

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A link to E. Bartlett’s article where many of the journalists writings about Syria and especially the White Helmets are linked and listed, if you’re interested. A good-to-have compilation.

https://www.globalresearch.ca/how-the-mainstream-media-whitewashed-al-qaeda-and-the-white-helmets-in-syria/5624930

Happy New Year everyone!

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Burning down the house. Watch out HTS terrorists.

Peaceful village of Al Tofagyh as all the civilians ran away long ago used to shell Russian air base was leveled to the ground mai lai fashion this morning.

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For a while now, some Trump fans have been alleging that he’s been deliberately destroying US hegemony. I’ve been very skeptical of that view. There’s little in his background that attests to even his business acumen, let alone foreign policy or strategic skills. It’s been said that if he had simply invested his inheritance from his father in SPDRs, he’d be richer than he is today. Still, today’s MoA post gives credence to the view that he’s either trying to cut the Gordian Knot of US foreign entanglements or simply doesn’t care, since those entanglements do nothing for MAGA: http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/01/trump-offloads-foreign-policy-problems-lets-eu-grow-a-spine.html#more… Read more »

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Like some say the guy is not stupid and is somewhat street smart but he is a thug and arrogance and ignorance means he is a cowboy shooting from the hip and hoping it a bulls eye. I highly doubt he has the smarts to analyse the repercussions of his actions. As we find how Putin has a plan and we only know of it much later but we also see changes to believe Putin was looking at the good of things. This guy on the other hand seems to be out and about armed and with a large wad… Read more »

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Bundy, on balance I tend to agree. He is like many US business (as well as deep state) leaders today, focused on immediate gratification, incapable of strategic thought because they never imagine themselves in the position of others and can’t anticipate any but the most predictable responses. Many are psychopaths, master manipulators incapable of empathy or any identification with the others. They simply do not understand long term consequences, universality or the rule of law. Trump has become the perfect tool for a foreign policy establishment dominated by neocons and liberal interventionists. He repeatedly said war was OK if “we… Read more »

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Sith Lord adventure with Twitter Chapter 5 “Keep preparing for WAR!!!” Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Iran, etc. Keep preparing for WAR!!! They have NOT changed course! The 400 years Freemasonry pirate empire from the UK + France. They want a war on Lebanon, maybe also Iran. Not sure. Might be a distraction everything towards Iran. How do I know they have NOT changed course? 1) https://twitter.com/crimesofbrits They deleted his Facebook account. Then I kept putting Twitter messages he should write books and they unbanned him. Probably more afraid of books? I was posting Twitter messages on his account. 2) https://twitter.com/davidicke They… Read more »

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Suheil al Hassan the guy causing so much grief to western supported organ eaters who love freedom and terrorism with his kids.

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I tell you a secret for this first time in 6 years Syria war. Why did I help Syria? I did it because of her. Freemason & Rothschild-Zionists-Illuminati scumbags from London & Paris murdered her at the beginning of this Freemasonry war on Syria. I wont stop till those 2 cities gone from this Earth. Till my last breath. Very important to release images of the child victims these scumbags make at the beginning of a war. This picture kept me going for 6+ years. No one can make peace with me. I go for the kill for 6 years… Read more »

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I will mark this for removal in 24 hours.
It was just to let you all know what kept me going!
Important, you get many people behind your side.
So show the crimes against humanity, women and children as early as possible in a war.
Arabs I expect from you London & Paris!
You know it!

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Yes, after six plus years of the most powerful military force in the history of the world, with the most technologically advanced weapons ever invented, and an annual military budget of $1 Trillion the US finally defeated a rag-tag mercenary paramilitary of about 30,000 fighters .

http://www.unz.com/article/who-really-defeated-isis/

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The day is bringing better and better news, but much more good news will be coming the week ahead. The Tiger Forces, with precise CAS and artillery are simply destroying every single rat out there, losses are mounting and no terrorist reinforcements are arriving in one piece at the frontline at the moment. The following area will be declared rat free in hours or early tomorrow, the TFs did not go for Sinjar only, it took a broader frontline to secure the road from Marraat al Numan to al Juhman, the TF is just 3kms from the latter. Courtesy of… Read more »

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Maaraat al Numan-Sinjar road is cut off, confirmed. Sinjar liberated, confirmed.

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Excellent news, Canthama! There was a brief set-back in ldlib but lost ground has been recovered and more.

South Front successfully predicted a SAA move towards Abu ad Duhur a couple of weeks ago.

News is less good in East Ghouta, but I doubt the takfiris will be able to sustain any momentum. Western shills keep wailing and complaining about humanitarian concerns in Damascus province, yet the jihadists seem to keep getting arms and ammunition. Hypocrisy writ large.

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It is hard to predict where the TF is heading, Abu Duhur is a logical choice is the intention is to advance from Hader toward south and close the pocket. Looking at the very big picture, the TF is actually cutting off roads to the cauldron, with that they will forces all terrorists to leave the cauldron before it is sealed off into a pocket or split their forces to be annihilated inside the pocket without reinforcements nor re supplies, a very very bad position and one that can certainly be said as suicidal. There are two paved roads toward… Read more »

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Several weeks ago I saw a programme on Al Jizz about the “poor freedom fighting rebels” in East Ghouta. I almost felt sorry for them – but their degree of insular ignorant world view is significant (“Assad has destroyed Syria for a chair!” [ie the position of being President?])
After Syria’s troubles are over, the average IQ of Syria will be seen to have increased!

How did the journalist and film crew get in and out of East Ghouta?

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There are many barriers in East Ghouta where certain people can get in and out, some trade continues as well. It is not a tough thing to do to get in and out of East Ghouta.
In part, unfortunately, it explains why the terrorists continue to have new weapons and ammo.

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Thanks, Canthama. Any good evidence as to who is financing and who is supplying new weapons and ammo to them in East Ghouta?

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Regular smuggling inside trucks trading goods (a lot of smugglings are caught but some of them go thru the barriers, these are financially supported by KSA, Qatar Turkey, US, UK and Israel, sometimes their regimes, sometimes rich people financing terror).
Some weapons and ammo are supplied by corrupted soldiers in the SAA and local militias as well. Unfortunately in times of war and reduced State control, traitors pop up for money everywhere.

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It is bizarre that in the West, a demonstration proves our democracy is thriving, while in Syria or Iran a few thousand people on the streets is evidence that the entire population want their country flooded with terrorists and bombed into the stone age.

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For these disciples of Goebbels events “prove” whatever the current party narrative dictates that they “prove”. The media is, after all, the well oiled PR wing of the coalition of the killing.

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Concur, Robin. However its not really bizarre since in the West citizens have no clue as to truth, since their prime sources of balanced, non-slanted news is near zero. I struggle with this issue with my adult kids and their friends who are convinced if its on MSM its just has to be true. Seems the higher the level of education of MSM consumers the more they are hypnotized. Amazing in this day and age mainstream news’s programmed narrative-agenda can be so controlled. But, slowly but surely, some progress being made – just too slow. More like SyrianPerspective are needed… Read more »

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A message to Putin from his ” partners”.

– Russia Will Pay ‘Huge Price’ for Backing Iran, says Trump Adviser McMaster –

http://www.newsweek.com/russia-will-pay-huge-price-backing-iran-says-trump-adviser-mcmaster-771696

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Let it come, Putin plays Judo, and who knows Judo understand that you use the adversary’s weight and moves against him/her. The US regime is falling into a huge trap it won’t be able to leave as a country united and powerful as it still is. Any move form the US regime there are 3-4 moves from the expanded allies in the axis of resistance, arrogance and exceptionalism are not helping te US regime to see what is just in front of them.

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The US government does whatever AIPAC tells it to do. Washington DC is the most corrupt place on earth. Especially subsequent to the crime of 911 and the constitutional coup de tat of 2000 which layedr the groundwork for putting that criminal plan into play, the Israeli firsters run the show. The US Congress applauds Netanyahu (aka Miliekoski I believe) in a manner that reminds me of the world famous marathon applauding displays that we see in North Korean public adulation of the dear leader. It bears an uncanny resemblance.

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Ha ha!

See the following:

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

Who is paying what for military adventurism? Increasingly, it is the US that cannot afford their global military bases and wars, while their ‘business partners’ (aka the military-industrial-intelligence complex) keeps merrily returning to their various homes while driving Lamborghinis’s.

Largely with imaginary money, the increasingly fractional banking system, which relies on the strength of the US dollar, backed up the same MIIC to ‘enforce’ the strength of US government bonds (also imaginary). There is a reason that the Russian Federation and the Chinese People’s Republic are buying up as much gold as they can….

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https://twitter.com/MarjanRijk/status/948995095595974657

I figured that also out some time ago.
The gold thrown into China had another reason.
The Rothschild family had planned to move to China and let the USA + UK + EU go completely BUST so they would also not be able to come after them after the biggest 400 years long PONZI scam (scheme).

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

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Maybe from the stolen 21T$+?

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Isn’t all of Europe and Ch. also backing Iran? MacNugget?

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Get a load of the comments. Even formerly brain dead Newsweek readers have awakened. I predict Newsweek will soon stop allowing comments.

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You are right in your prediction, however you shouldn’t assume that the comment section of newsweek and some others is representative. Someone of “our famiy” share such a link, his buddies are so outraged that they comment even if they usually do not read newsweek, but the silent majority just watch tv and avoid anything that goes against their “certanties”. I remember when CNN was allowing comments, virtually 100% of the comments on Syria or Russia were against the CNN usual position, so I doubt they were coming to the site for anything else than to point to their lies.

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There’s some truth to what you say, but the overwhelmingly negative comments and upvotes on those comments still encourages me. If they’re following the link, as I did myself, at least they’re on a website that has the link, like this one.

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A determined minority with convictions based on facts is far much valuable than a majority who “feel good” about following the herd or the MSM in order to appear on the good side; the sligthiest unexpected outcome will plunge the latest ones in a state of disarray. You CANNOT convince everybody with arguments or concepts like “justice” or “truth” with arguments, but the latest ones are just preoccupied by following a “winning side”; they never initiate anything.

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An important aspect concerning comments is – the writer(s) of the article and their overlings read them. Getting regularly schooled has an effect.

And congratulations on your efforts Mr Keyboard Warrior, Mr Bill Rood (AR) – I always appreciate seeing them in all kinds of publications – although I don’t always read them, because I already know the reasonings and agree with them!

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China still has a lot to learn. This level of nativity is dangerous.

” At the same time Prince is being paid by the Chinese to protect their BRI, he is reportedly plotting with Trump and CIA chief Mike Pompeo to form a “private CIA, completely off the books” that would do black operations in many of the Eurasian countries linked to the BRI. This is shaping up as a major security fiasco for China’s BRI if left uncorrected. ”

– Major Beijing BRI Security Fiasco Emerging –

https://journal-neo.org/2018/01/04/major-beijing-bri-security-fiasco-emerging/

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It’ll be a real money-spinner to run terrorist groups and anti-terrorist groups, but isn’t that what we are doing already?

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Yeah, a real “entrepreneur,” that Prince of Darkness.

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China is not naive. Maybe you could work out what they could be doing?

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Hiring the fox to guard the hen house is the definition of nativity. Show me where I’m wrong please.

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The FSG company mentioned in the article will be 20% owned by the Chinese Republic. It could be thought of as a gongfu move where the “sparring partner” can be led around by a hold on their little finger. Chinese don’t forget the opium wars, they don’t forget about 8 foreign countries attacking them about 100 years ago. They know the part foreigners played in their civil war. They are not going to be outplayed by big nose, wide eyes, white devils. If SyrianPrespectives’s premiere commenter can be surprised by China then don’t think you won’t be! earlier comment in… Read more »

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Serious collapse from al Qaeda in south Idlib amid yesterday news that more 5,000 terrorists were sent to the front line to hold the TFs, it either seemed exaggerated nbrs or another terrorist media lies, which by the way its lies have been dramatically spread during this TF offensive, as an example they shared yesterday that a counter offensive took 3-4 villages back when in fact the frontline was calm and no bullet was fired from both sides, this latest events are a good wake up call to take any terrorist supporter news with an additional grain of salt. Since… Read more »

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The swamp

Game Over man. They are toast. Thermobarics toasted roasted exceptional rats.

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Sinjar town

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Vehicle Management at Harasta. Bashar Hospital (that was the point where rebellion started) has been liberated by SAA, artillery has been shifted on flanks as SAA uses small arms now in order to avoid friendly fire

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That’s the problem with these dubious pseudo-Americans they have a constant need to out American the Americans.

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Even if it’s reuters, I have no difficulty to believe it: Sources: Iraq PM Plans to Disarm Militias, Reduce Numbers by Half Reuters is quoting Iraqi military officials who say that Prime Minister Hayder Abadi has hatched a plot aimed at greatly reducing the size and strength of Shi’ite militias in the country by tricking them out of heavy arms, a plot which probably is going to be greatly complicated by the fact that it’s been publicized. Sources say the army is currently inventorying the heavy arms in the hands of the assorted militia forces and the plan is to… Read more »

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Welcome back! Good idea to show that you are still alive, at least every couple of weeks

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“..are still alive,” – makes me wonder where long time commenters Arklight and Ozsceptic have gone.

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peem, Arklight said he would sign off for a long time, he was deeply concerned with agenda 31. Oz has said he is busy as hell in Down Under but he stops by Syrper once in a while.

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Obrigado.

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US State Department – January 3rd 2018 – When conversation turns from Iran to the abomination war criminal Israel

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Meet The War Criminals – The Truth About The So Called Iran Protests

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Vz2jXS6AMk

Syria, Iraq, Libya- and now Iran?

The war criminals are beating the war drums, trying to entice the U.S. into another disastrous foreign invasion.

What’s going on with the so called Iran protests?

Whose interests would be served by fabricating a so called Iranian revolution?

How can we learn from the mistakes of the past to make a smart decision on Iran?

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Check out the obviously “Caucasian” ISIS troops in the background, with their military stances, and habitual, military style, grips on their rifles.

– ISIL declares war on Palestinian group Hamas with new video execution –

http://nationalpost.com/news/world/isil-has-declared-war-on-gaza-based-hamas-with-a-new-video-execution

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https://twitter.com/MarjanRijk/status/949295401840140289

I am getting so tired with all these FAKE Mi6/Mossad/Cia propaganda psyops.
All these fake “Fsa/Isis/Al-Qaeda” groups. Just UK-France-USA-Israel-Saudi Arabia Freemasonry patsies.
Do they have nothing else to offer to humanity than rape, murder, theft, ?
There are enough good looking women, houses, etc. and there is also enough food for everyone on this planet.

When do the degenerates from Freemasonry figure it out?

Keep building Hydrogen bombs Iran/Korea/whoever.

https://twitter.com/Ennaliyaa/status/941841318422069249

Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, ?

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HTS, Free Edlib Army, Ezzah Army, Turkistani Party, Annaser Army, Caucasus Ajnad, Malahem Army, Ahrar_Asham, Zinki Movement, Ahrar Army, Nukhbah Army, 2nd Army & Sham legion militants abandon their positions near UmmalRjim in the Idlib province. Fighters are cut off from ammo and food & running in panic

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Russia Refused To support US-led Coalition Operations In al-Tanaf Area – https://southfront.org/russia-refused-to-support-us-led-coalition-operations-in-al-tanaf-area-report/

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I don’t believe USA ask the Russians to attack the ISIS forces inside Syria. That’s bullshit

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The ISIS forces are inside the 55km zone very close to SAA positions. So US aircraft would be making their bombing runs from SAA area and might get shot down. Other wise they would have to risk themselves and confront at close quarters and again CAS would get targeted by the Russians.

Its what the north koreans did once they figured out that the US has no clue about precision strikes and only does carpet bombing. So they dug trenches 10 feet from the US military positions taking away their superiority with CAS and artillary.

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SAA continue their offensive to break the siege of the Vehicle Department in the Eastern Ghouta, about 125 were killed of both parties in a week of clashes there.

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SAA is within 2 km from Sinjar town in the E section of Idlib countryside. Sinjar is important town as a future point for their future operations in Idlib countryside. The town is targeted by SyAAF/Ruaf warplanes and helicopters.

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After reading the last two threads and comments at MoA and other sites’ speculations about the original instigation of the protests in Mashhad, it occurs to me this could have been an elaborate trap by the hard liners to both weaken Rouhani and roll up some Western intelligence assets. It’s clear the Telegram channels were set up well in advance, and quite likely that Iranian intelligence was aware of them. Thus, it was entirely predictable that any spark would activate the plan. I am guessing as well that the Western assets were infiltrated and the Iranians knew exactly who the… Read more »

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I posted this at MoA and Grieved replied as follows: If it was an elaborate trap, the elaboration came largely from the enemy. Iran’s Public Prosecutor, Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, said that the plot was of 4 years duration: [Link to] Iran public prosecutor unveils plots behind street unrests[: http://www.irna.ir/en/News/82785844%5D Iran knew the plot’s name and even the names of the alternative models proposed, as well as the (“former”) CIA and current Mossad officer, who together were the main plotters. They planned to bring re-purposed Daesh fighters into Iran as part of the plan. It’s not clear to me how advanced… Read more »

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Many things, ISIS was defeated faster than anticipated. We saw 10,000 ISIS fighters being saved by the US. If not more. Just not enough dead rats to account for the numbers. Moving to Jerusalem needed a diversion and the Iranian protests stated and we know the US jumps the gun there always, used armed provocateurs to make it appear like it was saudi arabia. And it does look like the Iranians also used their best efforts to make it appear like a big protest was breaking out like it happened in Tunisia and Egypt when in fact the large numbers… Read more »

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@Bundy Recent Unrests in Iran Masterminded by Operations Room in Erbil “An operations room was formed in Erbil a few months ago, led by Michael D’Andrea, the man in charge of the CIA operations in Iran; also the chief of staff of Saddam’s son and Saddam’s brother-in-law along with a representative of Saudi Arabia and a representative of Monafeqin (hypocrites as MKO members are called in Iran) were in there. Certain reports have also claimed the presence of the UAE’s representative in the operations room and we are studying them,” Rezayee said on Saturday. He said that the operations room… Read more »

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Are the Iran protests a CIA/Mossad Color Revolution?

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Ron Paul Liberty Report – Iran Protests…CIA Fingerprints

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

Is it just a coincidence that the biggest protests since 2009 have hit Iran shortly after a secret agreement was revealed between Washington, Jewish state and Saudi regime to destabilize Iran?

And shortly after a new Executive Order was issued by President Trump allowing him to seize US assets of anyone he deems a “human rights abuser” …or anyone who aids a designated “human rights abuser”?

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Trita Parsi first takes Bill Kristol to task for his hypocrisy on Iran, then the MSNBC anchor as well: https://youtu.be/FgtIaCfepaw?t=755

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Someone has a clue on the shelling attack on Hmeimim Russian Airbase ?? Fake News or it´s true that Russia´s got 7 planes destroyed??

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Is it NOT time for the Freemasonry Pirate Empire from the USA + UK + France to stop all the foolishness?

https://twitter.com/MarjanRijk/status/948995762515476480

The genie is out of the bottle now.

I found your article.

“Denied a report by the Kommersant business daily that seven military planes were destroyed in the attack”

https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-syria-two-soldiers-killed-mortar-attack/28954399.html

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Russia denied for the planes. However 2 russian soldiers were killed

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Battle for Sinjar has started, village reported empty already, but fighting is inside the red box below, artillery and CAS, won’t be long for us to hear the TFs is inside Shaykh Barakah, then it is possible TFs will be sleeping inside Sinjar tomorrow. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.571192&lon=36.984959&z=13&m=b&gz=0;369561195;355425630;0;356798;54931;87294;326156;40505;518417;0;726127;158518;726127;261853 Some reflections from the past few days: 1) Al Qaeda terrorists and all their supporters are not able, so far, to hold the TFs in a flat plain, it could be the result of the incredible CAS, artillery and ground forces combination from the TFs and allies, but also it could be… Read more »

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thank you very much Cantama, I think between no more than 10 days we will reach the outskirt of Abu Zuhur AB. I feel strange that from north (al hader Aleppo) there is no fire from SAA an no operation. Wy all the frontline is so silent? Isn’t better to stretch the rats from north and east?
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I agree, 10 days may be enough to reach Abu Duhur. There are few thoughts way other axis were not ignited so far. 1) There is a need to keep an exit to the western Khanaser cauldron, by now the cauldron has a wide mouth and some large roads to exit heavy equipments. 2) In a week time, the TFs would have reached near Abu Duhur-Marraat al Numan road, thus in fact eliminating the use of any good roads to exit the cauldron. 3) With no good roads out of the cauldron in a week time, the terrorists would either… Read more »

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izat‏ @ischark
Local rebels attribute a big part of their losses in southern Idlib due to the fact that the local population of Khwein and Abu Dali regions is very pro-Assad in nature.They say that the tribal composition of the Badiya is loyalist after generations of being fed “Ba’ath doctrine”
We will probably see more of that in the comings weeks, speeding up SAA offensive.
Djihadist defeat is already obvious,rats will leave the ship.

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Dramatic situation for al Qaeda in Idlib, huge losses today, some 10 villages and sites liberated, the map below tries to have some sort of current position of the front line but it is changing by the hour. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.574683&lon=36.971741&z=12&m=b&gz=0;368896865;3 55002294;0;248719;236892;567191;741577;586743;1191329;352097;837707;0 Shaykh Barakah is the only village separating the front and Sinjar, it may be liberated in few hours. There is a very high probability that the following area will be stormed tomorrow : Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.580826&lon=36.972771&z=12&m=b&gz=0;368780136;355348804;1610183;407795;1424789;0;418853;315640;0;343567;223159;728858;82397;664655;243759;619990 Should that happen, then the main road from Marraat an Numan to Sinjar will be cut, and the next target… Read more »

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Non-corporate news version of what’s going on in Iran with frequent updates: https://twitter.com/SayedMousavi7/status/948331426809708544

I found the link on the above at Sharmine Narwani’s twitter.

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Excellent!

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Have a look also at:

Prof. Tim Anderson
https://twitter.com/timand2037

Marwa Osman
https://twitter.com/Osman_Marwa1

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The present military situation in northern Hama and southeastern Idlib after Tiger Force’s encouraging gains of last 10 days is giving many options to Syrian government. Government and SAA may follow own strategy or may react to enemy’s moves, or combine both. Strategic options that I can imagine right now would be, as mere examples to inspire our imagination: (a) [Railway] Push northwards along railway heading for SAA controlled Aleppo area, with threatening jihadists to be encircled in a large cauldron east of railway. (b) [Maarrat al-Numan] Push halfway to the north, then turn westwards to M5 highway, liberating Maarrat… Read more »

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Wolfgang, you nailed the railway strategy 2 weeks ago, congrats, very few saw that coming indeed. I do believe there is huge strategic value for the triangle Marraat al Numan-Sinjar-Khawayn al Kabir, it gives the railway part til Sinjar (major crossroad and an excellent platform to attack Abu Duhur, just 15 kms away), should that happen til Abu Duhur, the cauldron will be basically reduced to a very large pocket with only 7 kms mouth between the large swamp and souther nAleppo frontline. The question is what will TF do when they reach Sinjar, press on to Abu Duhur or… Read more »

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 Canthama I hope I made clear that these “strategies” are intellectual games and that I am lacking necessary knowledge of ground details that are needed for careful evaluation of any strategic variants. That said, I invite you to add another strategy (d) [Triangle] to my outline. 😉 … or place it on top as (a), I do not care about a hierarchy, for me it is an open exchange of ideas. Yes, it was my early sight at the railway, but again: whether or not that is a strategy sincerely considered within SAA command or only my private fantasy I… Read more »

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No doubt, we are all trying to guess moves and it changes daily by the ground forces advances. It has been a hell of a start in my view, this offensive has the potential to end al Qaeda in Idlib, but then there is the Turkish component that will enter once the SAA and allies cross the M5 and gets closer to the border with Turkey. By now the advance continues, today the TFs advanced few more villages northwards, liberating another 6-7 villages, getting real close (4-5 kms) to the main road between Marraat al Numan and Sinjar, it again… Read more »

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 Canthama: One thought just came to my mind that I want to contribute. To any strategic considerations we should add the SAA’s option to attack simultaneously from other directions as Khanasir, or from north towards Abu ad-Duhur, or from west towards Lataminah / Kafr Zita. That option of putting additional stress onto Jihadists is stretching enemy’s lines, could raise their atrition factor. Again: that option’s feasability depends on SAA’s current manpower and any constraints that I do not know enough about. My general view on SAA’s position in Idlib/Hama is: they are strong in the centre with powerful Tiger Forces… Read more »

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1 – I was thinking that create a pocket to clean Morek and Khan Sheikhoun was SAA strategy but reminding how SAA and TF works nowadays I was wrong. Seems that broad strategy is planned with many courses of action. ( A good thing as it shows that SAA has the lead after so many years being only to defend.) Only intermediate goal is tactically and logistically defined. And then strategy is reevaluate and new objective set up. For now the objective could be Suran. Not for the railway, taking it back to full service capabilities will probably take months… Read more »

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Syrpers interested to follow the full interview by Narsallah (it is still on going after more than 1 hr), read the thread below from the electronicResitance twitter. It is a good translation and a very valuable interview to al Mayaden TV, he touches on Iran, Israel, Houtis, Syria in details, it is a very important speech by him, one of the best I ever saw so far.

https://twitter.com/ResistanceER/status/948623325093335040

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Loved reading it!
We can be sure they also read this blog.

https://twitter.com/MarjanRijk/status/948657256257736704

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Very interesting to read the insights of Nasrallah. Only one statement I’m not sure is true, but what do you think? When he says:

“#Nasrallah : #Israel is dependant of the #West, it is not autonomous. The Israeli army can and will be defeated. The war on the #Israeli army will not be a difficult one for the men that ended #ISIS, #Hezbollah.”

The thing is if there is a war the U.S. will be there to defend Israel, so not sure the war will be as simple as Nasrallah thinks. What do others think?

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Kelsey: Good question. Nasrallah’s answer is partly psychological, aimed at the israeli people and government, many who follow closely his comments. But it is also a true statement on its face. The apartheid state is highly vulnerable on many levels. They themselves know this and are deeply afraid of Iran and especially Hezbollah. The entire proxy war on Syria and now Iran is to destroy Hezbollah by eliminating the support of the resistance axis. Recall that Hezbollah defeated an army of 50,00 israeli soldiers who invaded Lebanon in 2006. Israel’s one main strength and defense (offense) is its air power.… Read more »

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I believe that neither Hezbollah nor Syria would attempt a ground invasion of pre-1967 Israel, as Israel will not hesitate to use nukes. I don’t even think they’ll use large numbers of missiles except in retaliation. Loss of Golan and significant resistance in West Bank forcing an Israeli withdrawal would cause loss of morale and significant emigration. I could be wrong, but I don’t think leaders of the resistance are crazy, but Israelis are.

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“…. crazy, … Israelis are…” indisputable – but for those that wish to survive and chill out, Comrade Stalin created the
ЕВРЕЙСКОЙ АВТОНОМНОЙ ОБЛАСТИ

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…THEY BUYING LAND IN PATAGONIA/ARGENTINA….in just case

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“…there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth…”

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Kelsey, I agree with Saladin, it has a key psyco component (strong message, his confidence, facts shared, past actions etc..) but it has a factual military component. Lets just look at the past 4 decades of war around the world to see that traditional victory such WWI or WWII is no longer applicable. Vietnam, Afghanistan (Russia), Afghanistan (NATO), Iraq (US/UK), Syria, Libya, Yemen, Ukraine, Yugoslavia…just to name a few, there were destruction indeed, but no victory. Lets look at 2006, Israel bombed the hell out Lebanon, killed thousands of civilians, and they were losing the war under their own population… Read more »

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I read some reports, that Israel is buying huge amounts of land in South-America (Argentina if I memorize correctly).

Would be very surprised if the rich elite in Israel would not be prepared to handle some sort of worst scenario and by doing so of course sacrificing the II. and III. class people in Israel.

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interestingly after ww2 the nazi elite also went to argentina, funny how history repeats itself eh?

@magnini

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Most likely a DISTRACTION psyops operation.
I read somewhere 2 years ago that these “self proclaimed elites” had been buying expensive mansion in New Zealand for a decade to sit out a thermonuclear war over there. So the Russians were on to them and had dedicated 1 ICBM to New Zealand to completely wipe it from the map also.

Did not feel the urge to mention this before. I am a Sith you know. Do not tell you everything I see!

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Thuc…Maningi…..im in sth island NZ…havent seen any evidence of that happening…Rothschilds sold their Waiheke property i beleive…we have peter theil n james cameron as citizens and a few more of that type coming here….israel is not well respected down here due to their treatment of palestinians….4-5 years back there was big interest in setting up dairy farming ventures in Ecuador and kiwis over there reported that european Jewry were buying up large parcels of land in Argentina and Paraguay as when the next holocaust comes round under the Andes will be one of the only places on this planet where… Read more »

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There is only one way you will find out if I was right.

https://youtu.be/T2I66dHbSRA

I picture you standing there and saying to yourself “DAMN THE SITH WAS RIGHT!”

I think 1 Russian ICBM for your house would just do fine. It is not that the Russians will have a shortage of them any time soon.

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@Canthema, well said. I doubt things could have turned out differently when one looks at the kind of people who founded the Israeli state in 1948…I refer to the Stern Gang and the Irgun in particular and their war crimes of 1948-49. Israel’s national religion is and has always been the intransigent pursuit of a Jewish ethno-supremacist state and the ethnic cleansing carving out of a greater Israel. The state and that society are a reflection of this dystopian anti-humanist dark vision. Israel can threaten to use nuclear weapons, but on the other hand Israel has no geographic strategic depth… Read more »

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Canthama my friend, it’s what I’ve been saying all along on here, but let me recap; Israeli lost in 2006 as they did NOT achieve one single goal, israel was the one to call a truce and NOT HA. If israel was to use the nuke then many around the world will rise up against as well as many jews will be targeted. Israel is more than likely to drop a nuke on Damascus to “prove” the fake prophecy, if this happens the the wind shift would eventual blow radioactive dust towards them or any of Syria’s neighbours which would… Read more »

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When Nasrallah says “israel” he is really talking about it’s US lackey, , the question is are American parents going to send off their kids to die for their ‘jews” ? When the Body bags starts coming home we’ll find out eh? “The Jews’ are loosing their Grip on America(ns) more and more people are waking up

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Leroy, that’s why it’s so imperative for them to kill net neutrality. However, I saw Lionel in a video today where he suggested that a good lawyer (note that Lionel is himself a lawyer) could demonstrate that Google and the government are so closely intertwined that it could be argued that, although Google is ostensibly a private corporation, it is effectively and materially part of the government and therefor subject to the 1st Amendment: https://youtu.be/U_K0hMHN_WQ?t=230

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Good point AR , The amalgamation of private industry and government is called Fascism , we have been mired in Fascism masquerading as democracy for a very long time., Yah so they had to kill off net neutrality it’s the only way they can control the internet. , I was not surprised one bit.

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Funny you mention this!
I thought he is “reading Sun Tzu”!
Was my first thought.
I am sure Hezbollah understands now that Israel is a DECOY.
They are up against something bigger. But they have allies.
They only have to sit it out another 50 years and Israel implodes.

https://twitter.com/MarjanRijk/status/948995762515476480

Iran having HYDROGEN bombs is important. That is all that will count. And the will to use them!

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Interestingly Reverend Nasrallah is very adept at 4th gen even 5th. gen warfare, he is one of the most respected men in “israel’ – because they knows that he knows.

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I always thought it was kind of hypocritical when mr peanut head used to go around kvetching about outside interference in this civil war. when the syrian army (whatever that means anymore) is being propped up by the russian air force in the air and 50,000 russian mercenaries on the ground and on top of that about 50,000 iranian, and various other mostly shia mercenary rental tards from countries all over the world. so yes there appears to be lots of outside interference in this civil war isn’t there? and even with all of this help , here it is… Read more »

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The end only has a sense ” things are going well ” ,
Ne t’en fais pas pour l’armée syrienne coco , ça roule ma poule !

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Yah loosing is a bitch eh? The Syrian “war” only proves Sun Tzsu right again- ” a country is only as strong as it’s alliances” Sun Tzsu , 551 BC. But we know that the Talmudic cult passing itself off as “jews’ don’t read Sun Tzsu , they read Leo Strauss.

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Lol from which country are you ???? This war no other country could have survived. To fight hordes of stupid jihadist, who think after death they will receive 72 virgins, its almost impossible. But I give you a clue why syria will survive this evil war. We talk about 1 Mill jihadist who have been trained and armed by foreign agencies. This is an army not some terorrist. Army of evil. In Syria the gobal jihad have been broken. No other country could have done this. The west celebrate this in hidden as the biggest win. No other muslim or… Read more »

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Yes, FF, Syria is winning because the people are Syrian first, whatever religion second, and that goes for the majority of the Sunni as well. They’re winning because the so-called sectarianism of the Middle East and the Islamic world in general is vastly over-stated by the West. The Empire as done its best to stir up sectarian, ethnic and tribal differences all over the Middle East. They succeeded in several places and for a time in Iraq, but people have seen the results in Libya, South Sudan and the ISIS inroads into both Iraq and Syria, and they’re not buying… Read more »

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And I forget to mention. I am deeply grateful to syria and their people for having the world safier and cleaner. Thanks for eliminating these scums of the world. God bless you Syria

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I know this. For sure a lot of good and brave sunni soldiers have died for syria.
But at least the sunnis could have run over by pledging loyalty to these apes but the rest had no choice at all. That s what I want to say, therfore a majority sunni country would have lost this war. If you can choose at least to live or die you always chose to live.

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@Solo. You sound angry and frustrated; why would that be? You may be right that we syper coffee drinkers hang around…patting each other on the arse…and telling each other that things are going great. But things ARE going as well as can be expected. Certainly there is no reason for ANY opposition entity, be it USA, UK, NATO, Israel, Saudi, Turkey, etc……to think that they have bested Syria and its allies in ANY way at all. Remember, when you look at Mr Peanut Head, Solo, you’re looking at a winner!

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You need to rethink your life, Solo.