AT LAST! ZIONIST RODENTS STRUCK HARD BY SYRIA AND IRAN; HOMS ALMOST RAT-FREE!

دفاعاتنا الجوية تتصدى لعدوان إسرائيلي بالصواريخ وتسقط العشرات منها

We have all been sickened by the somewhat lackluster way Syria has reacted to past violations of its airspace by the Zionist Apartheid State.  We have heard, ad nauseam, the repeated promises to retaliate “at the time and place we choose”.  Well, this time it was quite different.

I waited a few days to let the dust settle so I could get a more detailed image of what happened exactly.  My source in Damascus, Monzer, sent me some information he was able to glean from his contacts.  The Zionist statements appear to be just a lot of hooey right now.  As usual, they don’t provide accurate information about their losses and they don’t permit coverage of funerals of their soldiers killed in action.

On our side, we can confirm the deaths of 3 soldiers, 2 of whom were non-Syrian.  Another 2 were wounded.  A radar installation was struck and destroyed.  A warehouse filled with weapons was also hit with minor damage to about 4 air defense positions.

According to both Russian news sources quoting the Ministry of Defense, over one-half of the 60 rockets fired from 28 F-15 and F-16 bombers and 10 tactical ground-based missiles were intercepted and destroyed.  According to Monzer, most of the rockets that were not intercepted did not hit their targets.

موسكو: الدفاعات السورية اسقطت أكثر من نصف الصواريخ الإسرائيلية

We were all disappointed to read that Russian President Vladimir Putin has delayed the delivery of the S-300 air defense system to Syria after meeting with the Zionist gangster, Benny Mileikowski (a/k/a Netanyahu).  I cannot speculate on what is in Mr. Putin’s head or what the neo-Nazi slug told him.  I can tell you that the upgraded air defense systems in Syria are working very well.

It is obvious to all of us that Iran’s reaction to the airstrike on the Tiyaas Airbase which killed about 7 of its military advisors last week was a test of Tehran’s resolve.  We were not disappointed.  Iran and Syria fired over 20 ground-based rockets at Zionist positions on the Golan Heights.  The rockets hit a surveillance facility killing all 4 Zionist terrorists inside with 2 being from the Zionist Druze community in northern Palestine.  The rockets also hit directly an early detection radar station with no data on casualties.  Other missiles were aimed at a tank battalion.  There were many killed or wounded in the Syrian rocket attack.

We know this from reports coming from villagers on the Golan who saw and heard over 50 ambulances rushing to the scenes of destruction and the whirs of helicopters medvac-ing the casualties out of the area.  Unlike what the MSM reports here in the West, the Zionists took a big hit in this one when they were least expecting it.  They appear to be genuinely surprised that the Syrian government permitted the armed forces of Iran and their own to retaliate for the attack on the T-4 base in Homs.  It is quite possible that Mileikowski was assured by Mr. Putin that no such retaliation would take place.

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HOMS:

At Al-Rastan and Al-Kafaat, 50 buses, some green and some white, picked up the 4th tranche of terrorist cockroaches to transport them to northern rat-infested Syria.  The same is happening at Talbeesa.  Homs is about to be declared terrorist-free. We hope they all make it to Europe.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Alexander J. Ajay sent me this analysis of what happened on the Golan:

https://southfront.org/summing-up-facts-and-versions-syrian-israeli-encounter-last-night/

Kevin Hester sends RT’s take on the event:

https://www.rt.com/news/426328-israel-28-jets-syria/

A debate between a true Syrian girl and a lying rodent who doesn’t know the first thing about Syria: (From Tim Anderson):

https://www.albawaba.com/news/how-syrians-talk-about-assad-zaina-erhaim-vs-partisan-girl-1127702

Elijah J. Magnier analyzes the new ROA on the Golan Heights:

https://ejmagnier.com/2018/05/10/iran-breaks-the-rules-of-engagement-israel-takes-its-revenge-and-syria-and-iran-impose-the-golan-equation/https://ejmagnier.com/2018/05/10/iran-breaks-the-rules-of-engagement-israel-takes-its-revenge-and-syria-and-iran-impose-the-golan-equation/

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dije
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Stay Strong. God Bless SAA

Canthama
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I am reposting this comment from the previous thread due the possible importance in the weeks ahead, a video shared by the brave journalist Vanessa Beeley, this must go viral all over the world. “Important short video to watch, the Syrian traitors and terrorists are now blackmailing the coalition of evil idiots in exposing all the details of the CW false flags in Syria “Is Theresa May continuing to fund White Helmets, despite evidence of their alliance to al-Qaeda, b/c otherwise they’ll expose UK involvement in staged CW attacks? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruHauFmqEn0&feature=em-uploademail Interesting to follow this up, either this traitor will be… Read more »
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@Canthama, Yes, Mrs May stated in parliament that the government will continue to fund the white helmets.

Here it is, from the mare’s mouth so as to speak…….

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Canthama, you stated that two Russian military advisers had been killed in the latest Zionist attack; Ziad says two foreign soldiers were killed. Something is going on between Israel and Russia that nobody dares to comment on. Russia is trying as hard as it can to wind down the war, and it has to deal very tactfully with three scorpions: Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Israel. If Russia delivers the S-300, obviously it has given up the one thing that can convince the Zionists to restrain themselves as Iran establishes a permanent presence in Syria. This is a very delicate negotiation,… Read more »
Canthama
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Diana, I have also heard about the two Russians during May 9th attack from some sources, but no confirmation at all.
It is well known in Syria, though, for Russians soldiers, civilians under contract or policemen to be stationed in Mazzeh’s airbase and the 4th armoured Division, both got hit with few missiles, all the rest is speculation by now.

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Threats of more arms to Syria will not deter Israel. The only thing that will deter Israel is the destruction of some aircraft involved in aggression. But perhaps Syria is not interested in permanently deterring Israel until after the Golan Height are liberated. Israeli aggression is a great pretext.

ziad
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exactly why i am hoping there will be more israhell aggression towards syria to give syria the needed excuse to go after the golan,,this is how dirty israhell plays by trying to get a reaction from there enemies so they can cry victim and use force and its time for syria to start using the same tactics ,im sorry to say but assad needs this kind of motivation,,he is too soft and keep making promises of replying over the years that we have yet to see until they are attacked again

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ziad, I’ve heard the accusation of “softness” before, and it’s true Assad erred in releasing some political prisoners in 2011 after it was demanded by the West ad western NGOs. Later, the hypocrites accused him of deliberately releasing jihadis to strengthen ISIS vs the non-existent “democratic opposition.”

Indeed, “softness” can be a fault, especially in the short term, but I think things like the reconciliation program will be beneficial in the long term. I think when Assad referred to “every inch” he meant the Golan.

ziad
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indeed,,and yes i hope every inch means everything including the golan,,heck it would be great if it also meant hatay just to fuck with the turkish dog and pay him back for his crimes,,hope this wont take many more years with such softness,,,syria needs to learn you have to be agressive and an unpredictable mad man ,this is what they fear and respect,,in poker you have to keep mixing it up otherwise you show your tell and the west keeps exploiting this,,this retaliation on israhell was a good start but i would do a pre emptive strike on haifa and… Read more »
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if indeed more russians got killed as a result of zionist attacks then i would not be surprised that putin is trying to keep it under wrap,,otherwise he would have to reply to this problem and from there track record russia does not dare to confront israhell ,as i said many times “do not count on russia when it comes to direct confrontation of yanks,kikes,kurds or turks”

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I believe Russia is much more concerned about saving the world cup atm. Once this event finished it would be easier for Russians to become more assertive in their global policies as there would be nothing much left for western to practice blackmail on them.

ziad
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ziad

im surprised that saudi fuck did not also pay putin a visit again like he did before the sochi Olympics

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Putin will not jeopardise the WC – He finally gets a chance to showcase the REAL Russia on the world stage !

It’s been a long wait and Russia won’t be denied this opportunity – there is NO way known that he will react to any provocations by the west at this critical stage !

Of course – as always – Russia will limit and and do their best to avoid – such provocations !

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I’ve also seen the video these last days on twitter, but fail to understand why a clip from 2013 is now making the rounds.

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Jeff, it is related to Vanessa Beeley thesis that the UK will continued to fund the al Qaeda white helmet due to a possible blackmail, as per Vanessa’s own words: “Is Theresa May continuing to fund White Helmets, despite evidence of their alliance to al-Qaeda, b/c otherwise they’ll expose UK involvement in staged CW attacks?” She may have a point indeed, the Russians said they had evidences (not shared to the public though) that the UK regime was behind the CW false flag in Ghouta, Vanessa may be connecting the dots here, the terrorists are indeed very mad on the… Read more »
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Big trouble in the federation… The klingons want their baby back and mcgoog only has mountain goats.

http://syrianobserver.com/tjcgArtImages/images/IMG-XTU-20928.jpg

Fighting between the Syrian Democratic Forces, of which the Kurdish People’s Protections Units (YPG) are the backbone, and the Arab Elite Forces of the Syrian Tomorrow Movement headed by Ahmed al-Jarba was extinguished by the American presidential envoy to the international coalition against ISIS, Brett McGurk, who contacted his Syrian allies in the war who had participated in the liberation of Raqqa from ISIS.

http://syrianobserver.com/EN/Features/34198

Draco
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I read also a Merkava tank was hit
What about the unconfirmed info of allegedly 2 israeli jets downed?

Bundy☭
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If you havent seen the post by Whozhear

https://syrianperspective.com/2018/05/saudi-snafu-in-lebanon-more-rodents-leave-towns-for-lala-land.html

its worth reading.. They seemed to have pushed the one start General back since he was not important enough but Putin went back for him and the people in the stands clap seeing it.. What a guy!!! But his entire post is worth reading.

Whozhear
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Thank you.

This interaction between Putin and the jew may well be the end of the road for their relationship.

Hope Ziad reads then watches the video.

Diana
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Putin can’t send the S-300s to Syria because if he did, Israel would have no incentive to restrain itself. Iran is in Syria to stay: withholding the S-300s may convince Israel to accept that.

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Syria has delivered between 20 and 50 incentives few days ago

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Diana, I appreciate your comment, but the apartheid state has never been bothered by “incentives” to restrain itself. Restraining itself is not in a rabid dog’s nature. But I admit the S-330 would probably be an excuse for more Israeli violations of Syrian airspace, and more arrogant acts of war. Perhaps this is why Putin withheld delivery. Personally, I think Russia (or China) should instead deliver the S-400. I’m not much of an expert on sophisticated weapons, but I’ve often believed Iran and China had the technology to creates systems perhaps as sophisticated and capable as the S-300 and S400.… Read more »
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@ Saladin, Of course, the Apartheid ‘State’ is sensitive to incentives. The moment body bags are filled with Apartheid ‘State’ brown-shirts loyal to the Netanyahoo regime, the zionist ballyhoo becomes a blatant basket of BS that it truly is and the ‘attack’ is ended instantaneously. The old bully now faces a lot less ‘lebensraum’ to marauder in and over and that space will get less and less in the future. The Greater Apartheid State has been decapitated and that hurts, which is great. I hope it hurts for years and generations to come. The Apartheid State has to disappear for… Read more »
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Daniel: So true, my friend.

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Diana, my suggestion to the generals in Syria would be to bunch up a few Pantsir systems in a few spots say at an airfield where most of the important weapons are, and send a thousand missiles toward the zionists airfields hitting their jets, THAT’S the best way to make them think twice again, you have to hit them where it hurts, and their jets are their main prizes.

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Copied from Off-G and pasted here: Posted in Off-G by Chris May 12, 2018 You know that the S-300 family of missiles has been owned and operated by NATO members and exercised against for almost two decades and represents a pretty insignificant threat to a strike package supported by capable electronic warfare assets. The much-vaunted S-400 family is a relatively simple evolution of the S-300, whose only real difference is the fire control and surveillance radar. It uses the same base missile as late model S-300s (the 48N6 of 1992 vintage) and has again been thoroughly analysed and countermeasures developed.… Read more »
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My dick is so long that I think if I talk with a lisp and with arrogance I would show everyone how knowledgeable I am in things and my arrogance alone would be enough to convince everyone about my expertise.. copied and pasted from my own brain farts.. Mig 29’s were around since the 70’s.. The US got full plans from a traitor in the soviet design bureau along with plans for everything else and the US developed counter measures.. It took Russia over a decade to just redesign over 10,000 parts of this one plane to fix the compromises… Read more »
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There are more systems already on the ground, maybe president
V.V. Putin could talk about giving the key’s ( codes ) to Syrian high command ? That is in my opinion enough incentive. I doubt that would really change much military wise, but psychologically for benny it might.
When they don’t know how to restrain themselves, maybe one should give them a chance to learn, like the evening after the parade.

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At 1:22:00 you can see how HONORABLE Putin was when he stopped the parade and went back to get the One Star General they push out of the way for that filthy Zionist RAT and WAR CRIMINAL named “NutandYahoooooo” . He went back and restored the One Star General HONOR and RESPECT and DISTANCED himself from Benny Mileikowski the European Zionist by putting the One Star General between them. He also stayed with him as the finished the Victory Day Parade.

Very Nice. A MUST SEE!

Indeed very HONORABLE AND RESPECTABLE for the General, Putin and the Russian Armed Forces.

Josephani
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Bundy, can you please direct me to which post by Whozhear you are talking about? Thank You…

Bundy☭
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Bundy☭

https://syrianperspective.com/2018/05/saudi-snafu-in-lebanon-more-rodents-leave-towns-for-lala-land.html#comment-260656

Sorry I did not check the link as I been having trouble forming coherent thoughts due to some personal issues..

Josephani
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At 1:23:17… Look at Benny the Polish Zionist’s face. He looks so pissed and embarrassed by what Putin did.

The reaction on his face says it all.

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lol,good but it really pissed me off at who ever pushed that old general out of the way like that with no respect ,dont they know putin doesn’t roll like that and has respect for ppl?

ziad
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worth reading what? this is a video,,,tell me what part does this happen at where putin went to console the one star gen?

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ziad
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ty

Bill
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Given that the Nazi occupiers of the Syrian Golan took some damage, one has to ask What happened to the much ballyhooed Iron Dome? It would seem that it is good at taking out bottle rockets from Gaza, but when it comes to the real thing it’s not so great. I thought Iron Dome was supposed to be the greatest thing since sliced bread
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Whozhear
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20 surface to surface missiles were fired into the Golan, 16 got through and hit their targets.

You do the math

ziad
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err 20% shoot down rate? lol

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ziad, this is old news, I used to read the jewish israeli media online, this iron dome was found to be not as good as reported, the company reported a 100% success rate, a few years ago when Hamas launched missiles at israhell it was found that it was only 20% “accurate”.

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I’ve heard it really isn’t that good against the bottle rockets, either. They are inaccurate and don’t pack that big a punch. Most of them get through, but fall harmlessly. Hardly any Israeli is ever injured.

Josephani
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My senses are keen on spotting trolls and shills.

Can you clarify your comment sir?

Thank you.

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Sorry, I guess the antecedents of “They” and “them” aren’t very clear. They’re referring to the Gazan “bottle rockets” Bill referred to, though Iron Dome isn’t that accurate, either. However, I presume Iron Dome packs a big enough punch to take out a SCUD if it gets close enough to the targeted SCUD, which seems to be problematical. I understand the success rate against Saddam’s SCUDs was not as wonderful as Israel claims. He just didn’t have enough of them to cause Israel a lot of pain, especially after the USAF took out a few launchers.

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Iron Dome wasn’t developed for hitting Scuds, and would be unlikely to be used as such. At the bottom tier of missile defence, it’s designed for hitting Qassam / Grad / Zelzal style rockets.
Patriot PAC3 (proving incapable of defending against Scuds and similar missiles in Saudi) and Arrow-2 are supposed to defend against Scud type threats. The new David’s Sling / Stunner is expected to replace PAC3 for this role too, but as has been shown repeatedly, these systems are far from reliable and very costly.

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Thanks for the correction. You’re right; it was Patriot that failed.

Chris
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Also, in the post-GW1 bombing analysis, it was revealed that ‘the Great Scud Hunt’ failed to destroy a single launcher. Having depleted most of his stocks in the Iran-Iraq war, Saddam lacked the capability to lob many missiles at Israel and they were never intended to cause Israel damage. It was a political move to try to draw Israel into the war in order to break the coalition (which included Syria, Egypt, Saudi etc).

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I tought the Syrian-Iranian attack was in response for a zionist attack in Quneytra. So I was wrong and this was a response to the T-4 attack ?

Micmak
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Good question. I’ve not read anyone who can say who pulled the trigger first, backed up by data. I’d like to know.

Susan O'Neill
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Israel has repeatedly struck at SAA, Hezbollah and Iranian positions in violation of International Law, how many times they got to pull the trigger, before the defenders of Zionist aggression respond?

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I think the distinction here is actually important. There seems to be some amount of disagreement between Russia and Syria and Iran regarding strategy- particularly in terms of responding to Israel. And I am kind of confused by it all. So if this Syrian/Iranian attack was a response to T4, I can kind of see Russia’s point of view (though I still disagree with it). Here is my speculation: *From the start until now, Russia had some ambiguous neutrality arrangement between Israel vs Iran-Hezbollah. Where it seemed Israel was permitted strikes against Hezbolah arms transfers to Lebanon, but NOT to… Read more »
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There is no violation of International Law. Technically Syria and Israel are still in war situation. They can hit each other until one could dictate peace conditions or both agree on something. So far Israel did not take the condition ‘land for peace’ with the father of President Assad. By International Law the whole Golan belongs to Syria.

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Nobilitatis, long time no see my friend. Welcome back.

Nobilitatis
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Thank You. I read frequently, only not post much. Keep up the good work!

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First Saker and now “Moon of Alabama “, seems people are finally waking up to the inevitable.

– Countdown To War On Iran –

http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/05/countdown-to-war-on-iran.html#more

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moon is a limited hangout shuts dow 3 times a day for deep cleaning and tranfering isp info to tel aviv. round and around in circles they go with the little judas goats taking some good people along for an endless zionist ride. why talk of evil msm if you delete just as many posts. craig murray is having a music festival on friends of rothshilds land when noth sites delete christopher bollyn videos and state we will not allow talk of the talmudick ritual that was 9 and 11 you should know that something is wrong in these forum… Read more »
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Ziad, thanks for the details, it has been hard to find out mch of what happenned, especially on the Zionist side. As you said Israel keeps information about its own losses secret… or tries to. The Zionist apartheid death squad state needed to receive that kind of message, it is the only language those fascists understand. One thing Syria (and Hezbollah) have is a whole lot of missiles, and given the so called iron domes demonstratably mediocre performance defenfing ftom the limited Syrian response, it does not bode well for the systems survivability in a larger exchange, as the Syrians… Read more »
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@ Pacificnorthwest,

Hear, hear.

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I know many here are speculating about the “Israeli Threat” (equivalent to a chihuahua dog barking behind the fence) and whether it it will attack Iran or rather not. Truth is the Israelis are in no position to attack Iran. They know it full well and of the sever consequences that will come of such action. An attack on Iran will be a monstrosity and unimaginable amount of missiles raining down on all major cities and industrial site all over the Palestinian Occupied Territories. You are talking anywhere from 500 to 1000 missiles a day for months. No population can… Read more »
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The IDF has never recovered from that humiliation, which the ghost soldiers of Hezbollah inflicted upon them and their mighty tank army. All they seem to do nowadays is to murder unarmed Palestinian inmates of the apartheid hell which Zionism has built in the dystopia called Israel. That they do with ethno-supremacist exultations displaying an utterly sick joy in the act of murdering other human beings… shooting them like they were rabbits.

Hezbollah alone has more than 100,000 rockets stored in underground bunkers.

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They may have more considering most are still in Syria and not yet delivered because the AO Area of Operation has changed. The front lines have change and are now South Lebanon and South-South Western Syria. Remember that everyone is expecting a major retaliation or attack from South Lebanon if the Israelis are stupid enough to start a war. Well, their will be two fronts now. The South of Lebanon is one as it has always been the region where Hizballah has fought its wars with the Israeli killing machine, but the more serious and more destructive front for the… Read more »
The Caballs
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Does the IDF distribute Depends to its soldiers??? It should be standard equipment from now on.

Josephani
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If the Israelis thought they had it bad with Hizballah to their northern front, then they need to realize that things just got much worse. It is more or less a situation that they created without knowing it will come back to bite them in the ass. They need to start negotiating peace treaties with all their neighbors because the next war will not be in their favor.

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There will be NO war fought over Israel.
The FASCISTS from the Rothschild-Zionists-Illuminati-Freemasons will pack their bags and suitcases and ALL leave within 1 week and not damage anything they have build.

Very simple plan.
Tell them to pack bags and leave.
Nuke London.
Tell them to pack bags and leave.
Nuke Paris.
Tell them to pack bags and leave.
Nuke Rome.
Tell them to pack bags and leave.
Nuke Israel.

charles drake
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typical ashkanazi nuke israel you say is that part of sampson option
thuck nukem
nuke yourself
you twisted confused moron
your kaballah talmudick word spells have zero power
go straight to kosher hell

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Nothing is in their favor Jose, if HA has over 100,000 missiles then how many do you think Syria & Iran ( the suppliers) have?, I think Syria replied in the right response even though I would have like them to actually target the zionist air bases and hurt their pride, hopefully next time.

Josephani
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Absolutely Chev,

It’s time to get naughty, nasty and noisy.

Fight the bully. Face them head on and let them know Syria and it’s allies will fight any entity.

Benny the Polish Zionist War Criminal needs to know that bag of rocks won t deter a retaliation any more.

I am disgusted everytime Israelis attack a position in Syria and there is no response. I am also disappointed with Russia. They need to slap the Israelis in the face. It’s is beyond disappointing actually seening Putin not allowing his forces to shoot down some Israeli Jets.

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In the next war the apartheid state could see itself finally expelled from the Golan. The world would spontaneously erupt in mass celebration too. I don’t care where one lives, if one has any humanity one must oppose this racist abomibation. Zionist propagandists try to portray this opposition to the apartheid crime scene and the gangsters who run the dhow there as being a racist hatred of Jews… which plays right into the dogma of “Jewish victimhood” which is a pillar of that anti-humanist screed. That tactic no longer works for them though, as more and more peoples eyes are… Read more »
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PNW, people are still very ignorant of Zionist history and therefore quite susceptible to hasbarah. If they would read p. 21-22 of Righteous Victims by Benny Morris, they would understand that deception and transfer (ethnic cleansing) are the very foundation of Zionist ideology: …In public, Herzl made no explicit reference to the fate of the indigenous Arab population of Palestine, but he was aware of its existence and the prob­lem it represented. In 1899 he wrote to the Arab notable Yusuf Zia al-Khalidi of Jerusalem that Zionism did not pose a threat of displacement for the Arab inhabitants of Palestine;… Read more »
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That was the original Zionist program,but by the 1930s Jabotinsky’s ideology of Iron wall separation had gained primacy in Zionist thinking. Jabotinsky (a Russian Jewish ethno-nationalist, who was an ardent admirer of Mussolini by the way) is the figure who, IMO, has had most influence on what Zionism has turned into. There is no grasping the deep racism and aggressive colonizing ideology that is the hallmark of Zionism without understanding this man’s profound influence on Zionist thought.

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I beg to differ, PNW. Deception has remained a fundamental strategy of Zionism. Jabotinsky was a violent racist, but at least he was honest about the goals of Zionism. The leadership, on the other hand, continued to claim it wanted to negotiate, but used negotiations as a deception. They followed precisely the Herzl program, constantly claiming the right to “self defense” in their wars of aggression. They never had any intention to allow a Palestinian state, but they continued to be publicly “moderate.” Barak’s “generous offer” would have left the Palestinians with an indefensible group of disconnected cantons on about… Read more »
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@AR: But then “deception” is a tactic (very favored by Israel, of course, but also widely used in war by others as well). The racist notion, the idea of complete separation was expressed and promoted by this Jewish fascist. Other later leaders such as Ben Gurion adoped his strategy, in effect, but buttered over it with smooth lies. I agree withyou that Barak’s “generous” offer, to bring up anexamplewas actually far worse than it seemed. For example all of the surface area of the Jordan Sea (under Israeli control) was to be counted as “Palestinian territorry”, but not only was… Read more »
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PNW,

Strategically Zionism has always been united in its program of ethnic ckeansing.

Precisely my point. It dates back to Herzl and other founding Zionists, long before Jabotinski.

The Jabotinski wing of Zionism, which is who Likudniks cite as their inspiration, is a lot more brutal about theirracism.

Not more brutal, simply more frank. It was labor’s Yitzhak Rabin who invented the “broken bones” policy: https://www.haaretz.com/1.4880391

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PNW, the problem for the zionists is that NOT one country including the U.S recognises the Golans as israeli, THAT includes amerikilla, but the yanks will surely do so when the war is on, and it’ll be all over the news that Syria attacked the “sovereign” land of “israel”.

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That they no doubedly will do, the mass media, especially in the US/UK/France has become a propaganda organ for promoting ethno-nationalist objectives.

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Zionism weaponizes the “truth”. They are deeply immersed in the habit of lying. One can safely state that Zionists are likely lying, it is so much a part of what they do.

anti_republocrat
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True more of the “moderates” and labor than of Likud.

anti_republocrat
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Chevi, much as the hasbarah has always claimed the Arab armies attacked “Israel” in 1948. Once again, the borders of Israel are instantaneously flexible, and for purposes of 1948, “Israel” comprised not just the areas assigned to Jews by the Partition Plan, but all land West of the Jordan River.

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The Syrian war will never end. Check out my latest videos on Syria on Youtube

Canthama
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Action resuming in southern Damascus against ISIS, the highlighted area on the map below is under severe pressure by the SAA and allies, some early reports that ISIS is in deep problems there, retreating from several buildings and blocks.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=33.467356&lon=36.309772&z=15&m=b&gz=0;362995791;334631495;72956;19332;41627;84487;12016;78044;13303;45466;0;41171;6866;0

The war of attrition inside the southern Damascus pocket is very costly but needed. The more ISIS retreat from the previous fortified position the less are they able to defend the newly improvised defenses.

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I hope the SAA crushes this Israeli incubus… for isn’t that what ISIS amounts to… a god damned Zionist incubus… a golem unleashed to sow chaos and terror for the cause of zionist imperial ambitions.

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This afternoon there was an excellent program on Syria on One America News OAN, a TV station I recently discovered. It presented the most pro Assad program I have ever seen in North Carolina. They exposed the white helmets as terrorists while previously the networks saw them as something similar to the American Red Cross. The narrator was a Carla Ortiz who spent two years in Syria on the ground. She debunked the poison gas attack convincingly. The more paranoid will not approve of the repeated reference to a Syrian Civil War” but what does it matter what you call… Read more »
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Carla is great. Use of the term “civil war” is certainly forgivable. The Spanish Civil War was not a civil war, either.

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An intriguing report about the targets of the recent Syrian MLRS strike in the Occupied Golan. The article claims that the Syrians targetted assets related to Israel’s Unit 9900, a highly secretive intelligence gathering, command and control outfit. It would appear several sites were hit disrupting the functionality of the unit. The article cryptically claims that the coordinates of the sites were provided by a third party – no names mentioned!

https://z5h64q92x9.net/proxy_u/ru-en.en/https/diana-mihailova.livejournal.com/2029235.html

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Good intel:
What made the failure [2006 invasion of Lebanon by Israel] all the more striking (and painful) was that a Western state was not just bested militarily, it had lost also the electronic and human intelligence war, too — both spheres in which the West thought their primacy unassailable.
Alastair Crooke

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I could not agree more and that was a surprise to many all over the world. The fact that a third world guerrilla war militia beat the most advanced, most modernized, best and most equipped Army, Navy and Air Force in all war theatrics. Strategy, tactics, ground warfare, guerrilla warfare, tank warfare, electronic warfare, naval warfare and intelligence gathering and communications. AND THAT WAS IN 2006. What can be expected today is only a mystery.

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South Lebanon 2006 was not the first time that a ‘third world’ armed force has vanquished the cream of a European army. The Viet Minh North Vietnamese guerillas beat the most ferocious French Foreign Legion with its tanks, machine gun units and artillery, at Dien Bien Phu in May 1954, in a battle that is now in all textbooks on military strategy. The Viet Minh’s leader was General Vo Nguyen Giap.

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Successfull guerrila tactics against regular armies come from Roman Empire at least. But you may be surprised about this Vietamese genius:

As he laughingly told me, ”I was a self-taught general.”
https://www.nytimes.com/1990/06/24/magazine/giap-remembers.html

In fact, Giap, besides a radical patriot, was a high school teatcher on History class. I beleave the US army promptly conceaded him the title of General as they could not image being defeated by a self made official. You are right about the inclusion vietnamese guerrilla strategies in military academia curricula all over the World.

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The Chinese conquered the entirety of Vietnam using 40000 soldiers. Then they found out they were surrounded and lost half the men when trying to leave and lost the rest when they ran back to china. That was 500 years ago. After learning, the Chinese used 40000 troops to invade Vietnam to teach them a lesson lost like 5000 men to Giap and declared victory after watching the US do it and left..

The Chinese learn from history.. The US.. Well not so much..

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That is what you get if the Jews figure out the plan, the Rothschild-Zionists-Illuminati-Freemason plan with all of humanity! You get Jews spying for Hezbollah and providing them with accurate information. Can someone put some Hydrogen bombs on rockets and make them detonate on (or above) this planet? I am a bit bored with all the normal war stuff. I am starting to doubt my Sith powers also. Normally my plans realize within 5 years. I thought it was much easier to start a world wide thermonuclear war when I started with this plan. Looking back now it took more… Read more »
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Fascinating article, thank you.

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And here goes another article on the same subject. Should this be proved correct, Israel had a very bad day on May 9th.

http://www.partiantisioniste.com/en/news/syrian-attack-on-unit-9900-weakens-tel-aviv-intelligence.html

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And if Putin knew Israel was going to be hobbled so badly (and why wouldn’t Russia have been in on this, they have been in on everything else!), then all the second guessing on Putin’s motives was WAY premature.
Plus it looks like he toyed with Nutinyahoo in that parade.

HarryG
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Remember that drone swarm attack on the Russian base?
That was all Israel.
Putin wants to liberate Jisr al-Shughour to protect his staff from that sort of thing so why wouldn’t he EQUALLY want to destroy the Israeli intelligence apparatus that made such an attack possible?
How could he fraternize honestly with people that he knows are out to get him?
So I would say have faith until there is a real reason not to.

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yes yes harry have faith in the plan what is it q anon says ? trumped is chabad q anon is mossadick putin is surrounded by chabad no sir best iraqi airforce and iraqi pmu help assad with the mop up now. syria has been dustified helping keep russian base stopping competing pipelines. putin has allowed the takfiri usa uk and israel to regroup over and over again. putin is a good man i think the problem is his best friends are ashkanazi mafia. you will be put in a jail in russia for stating that schlinders list never happened… Read more »
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My argument was only in respect of whether Putin will let Syria fall or not.
Overall however, I have faith in no man or nation; I have faith only in the one Lord.

HarryG
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Is denying the holocaust a crime in Russia too? Holy shit, if that is true it is very disturbing.

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HarryG–You are right. People who should know better were bashing the Russians and particularly-Putin. Think back–President Xi sat right next to Putin on his May/Victory Day visit, while Nutty sat 1 or 2 people away from Putin and he (Putin) inserted that grand military man between himself and the slimy weasel when the chance “presented” itself. To me–Russia was trying to show Nutty what it is( and look like) to be human, and to have honor. The only fault that can be placed at the feet of Russia/Putin is that they need to accept that monsters cannot be tamed, but… Read more »
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“the precise intel for the strikes on Is-ra-hell could only have come from Russia”:
Yes, exactly; in other words, satellite data and intel.

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Bibi barged in there like a blistering fool, no biggie.

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This is the kind of message the zionist gangsters need to begin getting, it is the only language these criminal sociopaths understand.

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It is quite possible Hezbollah has infiltrated the IDF through the Druze. At any rate, Hezbollah intelligence capability and espionage is highly developed, and I am sure Syria’s and Iran’s are also.

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Try 100% Saladin, I know from the past HA attacked IDF forces, they knew where and when they were, I didn’t want to mention whom they were, but yes they are Druze who smartly took up israeli citizenship and joined their army.

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The Israelis made a big deal of their recent missile strike against one of Syria’s Pantsir S1 systems. The nose cone video from the missile suggests that the whole Pantsir was destroyed. The reality is markedly different. The photo below shows the Pantsir after the strike. A number of key points are observed. The missile did not destroy the system. It just damaged the cab and front wheels of the vehicle. The strike took place when the Pantsir was awaiting resupply of its rockets (all the firing tubes are blackened). The radar unit and rear stabilizer are also not deployed… Read more »
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“We were all disappointed to read that Russian President Vladimir Putin has delayed the delivery of the S-300 air defense system to Syria after meeting with the Zionist gangster, Benny Mileikowski (a/k/a Netanyahu).” It is worth looking at what the Russians actually said rather than what is reported in the Zionist media. When asked in an interview with Isvestia about supply of S-300s to Syria, Vladimir Kozhin, an aide to Putin who oversees Russian military assistance to other countries, stated: “For now, we’re not talking about any deliveries of new modern air defense systems. The Syrian military already has everything… Read more »
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Interesting point. And I for one can be accused of reacting with doom and gloom, and even interpreting Russia may have decided to sell out Syria. Some of that comes buying into the Zionist propaganda perhaps. But some of it comes from the writings of the pro Russian alt media as well. Seemed Russia’s discontent with the situation was widespread. Not sure what to make of it all. Maybe even Russia permitted the retaliation by Syria/Iran, but leaked the sentiment of discontent to keep their ability to be neutral for negotiating purposes or to not escalate with the big boy… Read more »
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@ AmericanOfSyrianDescent,

Passed actions form solid indications as to what Russian military plans lay ahead.

Russia won against Georgia [2008]
Russia liberates Crimea [2014]
Russia beat the takfiri terrorists [2015 – 2018]
Russia signs 49 year leash wrt the Tartus naval base [2017]

Russia will be a deterrent force for many years to come.

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Republic_of_Iran_Air_Defense_Force#Equipment Great news on SAA/Iran success in stolen Golan. The above link shows that Iran builds it’s own mobile S 300 – Bavar 373, Allong with BUK M2E. ..named RAAD. Iran has other point defence …allong with Pantsir. Russia may or may not have forbid Iran to build a copy to that system. Iran’s ballistic missile program is very capable. ..I would expect their own made Air defence to be quality aswell. It’s truly disturbing the compromises Putin makes to Netanyahu. I’m thinking He could look the other way. …with Iran deploying it’s Air defence systems in Syria. Possibly Iran… Read more »
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the entire history of the Israel is violence. almost resembles American history. this constant aggression towards neighbors is the foundation of the state of Israel as a state. Israel can not exist in peace with its present philosophy of existence. I personally feel as I have been idealizing the Russians because I saw or thought that besides interests there was a dose of healthy Christianity in their work in Syria that could be seen countless times. but too often interests and only interests are mentioned. that’s what the Americans say also. so it is difficult to separate Americans and Russians… Read more »
Thucydides
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Exactly.
Israel and the USA are both satellite states (proxies) of the FPPE. The 400-500 years old Freemasonry Pedophile Pirate Empire from the UK and France. Same counts for Saudi Arabia, just another freemasonry cult/lodge/temple.

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Who ever questioned JK Rowling read this!
I put this under the nose of her 14.4 million Twitter followers. Naturally, she has her own opinions and ideas.
https://twitter.com/PapillonAmster/status/995194658820100096
The 2 of us went to another level today.

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twisted puppy thuck nukem am ashkanazi troll going head to head with a fake tavistock project called jk who was born a boy and is just a front thing for the angl zionist satan projects. freaks pickining fake fights with freaks. someone said to me a year ago that the folks on this site wanted to kill all jews by dropping a hydrogen bomb on tel aviv. i had to point out that when the jewisher punches you he cries out in pain and that the lunatic talking of nuclear war was not evil arab but a forum faker a… Read more »
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Sanjin, try american, israeli, French, British, Australian ( British in reality) etc .

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Sanjin, my english is not my mother language and is hard for me articulate the word you just said,Afther I saw the Zionist next to Putin on the Parade something is not right and You just describe what I feel for some time, Free Palestine

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The slow annexation of Idlib continues.

– FREE SYRIAN ARMY GROUPS IN IDLIB WILL UNITE INTO TURKISH-BACKED FORCE – REPORT –

https://southfront.org/free-syrian-army-groups-in-idlib-will-unite-into-turkish-backed-force-report/

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@Ziad Fadel, you comment “It is quite possible that Mileikowski was assured by Mr. Putin that no such retaliation would take place”. I do not believe any such assurances were given, and most likely nothing was offered at all after the jew’s disgraceful performance hours earlier. In the previous thread I posted my observations of the interaction between Putin and that jew at the conclusion of the Victory Day Parade, which I have reproduced in full below. “Have you watched the V D Parade part towards the end where Putin and company walk from the review stand to the wreath… Read more »
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Whozhear,

Thank you for that info and breakdown of the behaviors.

Very inquisitive.

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Whoz
Great comment but I’m not sure that Vucic need an interpreter as most of serbian speak russian fluently and anyway serbian and russian are so near they can understand each other

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Whozear nice work bringing this out like you did.
Watched the sequence from 1:22 on in slow motion. Brilliant to see!
Sure looks like the old 1 star general was a plant to keep a visual distance between Nutty and Putin along the portion of the parade where there were no other official ceremonial tasks other than walking side by side.
The impact of the significance of a 1-star geriatric veteran taking precedence in conversation cannot be lost or underestimated on Nutty’s behalf.
Nutty was seething by the look of it, obviously agitated.
Putin was grinning and smiling the entire time.
Effin brilliant theatre to behold!

Whozhear
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It appears that the road to the Golan Heights has been opened……..

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/995430256185049088

We may now be about to see a direct clash between the Syrian Government with its allies and the empire.

In the lead-up to the recent exercises between the jew’s forces and the empire’s, considerable quantities of material, equipment and armor was brought into Jordan’s north by the empire along with some 2,400 troops. I have not seen any reports of a draw down of these assets.

Whozhear
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@Canthama, do you have any info on the massing of US troops near Hijjin……….

https://twitter.com/Nidalgazaui/status/995355172502110208

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Would be very careful to anything Nidal says, he has a strange way of reporting things from the ME, some folks complain of his biased positions regarding the so called “rebels” including ISIS.
US troops embedded with SDF are few in nbrs and won’t face ISIS directly, in general, they will always prefer to use cannon fodder.
Deir ez Zour, Anbar and Salahudin is under a severe sand storm, bad for air support, without CAS, the SDF can not do a thing with ISIS.

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Thank you, very much appreciated.

Whozhear
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It appears that Pakistan has also had enough……….

https://twitter.com/Brasco_Aad/status/995454923482583040

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This source is crappy. He relies ona statement from https://twitter.com/raman_ghavami , who is for a “regime change” in Iran wth a military intervention, a pro-Trump. He doesn’t give a source to this “H.J.Ansari Zarif’s senior advisor”, nor his name. Frankly it’s not hard to see tht the halturnerradio is there to disinform

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@jfb, Mr Ansari is the source, if my reading of the post in the english language is correct. This Mr Ansari is a rather difficult fellow to track down, fortunately googling on the net appears helpful where we learn that Iran has an outfit called the Ministry of Foreign Affairs………. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministry_of_Foreign_Affairs_%28Iran%29 When we scroll down through the list of officials we indeed learn there is a Mr Ansari. Further sleuthing with google leads leads us to what appears to be the official site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran……. http://en.mfa.ir/index.aspx?fkeyid=&siteid=3&pageid=2133 In the top right corner is a search… Read more »
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I made an error when I read “H.J.Ansari Zarif” as I assumed it meant the (annonymous) advisor of a “H.J.Ansari Zarif”, perhaps because English is not my mother tongue. My point is that this “radioshow” shouldn’t rely blindly on the claim of a (hardcore) iranian, anti-mullah opponent if the latest doesn’t give a full link where one can check if Ansari really wrote this. For the moment I can’t see why iran would have bribe Western officials if Iran was losing in the deal. -Most of the $150 billion that was frozen in US banks when the shah lost the… Read more »
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Maybe Bolton knew where are his children too?
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-12/un-chief-nuclear-inspector-abruptly-resigns-iran-fm-embarks-global-tour-salvage
They are in a hurry to get their war – this year -, and I woulndt be surprised if France-UK at least, ultmatelly side with the US.

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Thank you Ziad. I would like to share this article by S. Mohammad Marandi “Why death to America “.

http://www.middleeasteye.net/columns/why-death-america-1729770438

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Well I must say after reading this I would hope that Iran learns from North Korea and fully understands that you can not trust the American foreign policy or any nogotiations, treaties, agreements etc… made with the the U.S. Also, no America President and Administration or Congress have any Honor.
Just can’t be TRUSTED.

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A somewhat ambiguous post by Ivan Sidorenko, but seems to an accurate observation however speculative. His reference (who I am not familiar with) suggests that all that is going on now is implementation of a prior agreement to settle things along the existing lines. Kurds/NATO will control east of the Euphrates. The Idlib/Adrian will remain under the control of Turkey- though with Syria retaking some portions of idlib such as the al-ghab plains. And Syria will retake everything else that is west of the Euphrates. The Syrian enclaves in Qamishli and Hasaka will be removed. Not sure if any weight/credibility… Read more »
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Syria has over 10,000 soldiers there and they have kept up their numbers in spite of shortages in other areas to prevent the kurds from taking control of the area. There is no way the Syrian government would hand over control of these strategic area to the kurds or anyone else no matter what deal Russia makes. The area is also the bread basket of Syria although they dont control the oil, it would also make the kurds succeeded with a third of Syria impossible with part of the Syrian government right smack in the middle and control of a… Read more »
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I don’t believe either Syria or Iran would agree to such in the long run. However, delaying confrontation with Turkey and the US might be acceptable if in the interim they are able to recover the Golan Heights. I also tend to agree with Bundy re Qamishli and Hasaka. An Arab insurgency will start regardless what any state agrees to. They will not be dominated by Kurds.

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” US might be acceptable if in the interim they are able to recover the Golan Heights. ”

How is Syria going to regain the Golan, while avoiding confrontation with the ZioAmericans ? There’s a logical disconnect here.

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If war breaks out between Israel and Syria, and it’s clear (or seems) the Syrian objectives are limited to regaining the Golan, it may be difficult for the US to intervene given international recognition that the Golan is Syrian territory. It’s not 100% given that the US would intervene militarily, as the US is not directly attacked as it would be if Syria attempts immediately to kick the US out of NE Syria. Right now, Americans are far more positively disposed toward Kurds than they are toward Israel. People are aware of what is going on in Gaza, no matter… Read more »
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This also goes with all the Syrian oil in the east.. Syrian oil production was like 400,000 on a good day in the entire country.. Its basically nothing now. I only posted this because today news hit that Russia plans to increase production in one of their Iraqi oil fields from 400,000 currently to 800,000 by next year..Who wants to jump into Syria in the middle of war when criminals are hitting anywhere in the country.. When the investment would be spread out and huge and could easily be destroyed. When there are so many other opportunities with far less… Read more »
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Absolutely correct.

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” No one would be stupid enough to invest in Kurdish areas which are contested by half a dozen powers and they are not even Kurdish areas. ” I hope your kidding. Even Rosneft did it. SMH ” Kurdish oil production has been dominated by mid-sized oil companies such as Genel (GENL.L), DNO (DNO.OL), Gulf Keystone (GKP.L) and Dana Gas DANA.AD. Major oil companies such as Chevron (CVX.N), Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) and Rosneft (ROSN.MM) also have projects in Kurdistan but they are mostly at an exploration stage. However, Rosneft, Russia’s state oil major, has lent over $1 billion to the… Read more »
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Excellent observation about Golan. In fact, wouldn’t surprise me after this latest episode to see drilling in Golan cease. Genie thought it was beyond reach, but now learns it is not.

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It seems to me that every single member of that company’s board is a neocon war criminal. It is their payout by the grateful zionist state for services rendered in the mass murder of 911.

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Here’s a good recap and analysis of the small battle between the Zionists and SAA, http://thesaker.is/syria-imposes-new-rules-of-engagement-on-israel/ Unfortunately, it omits the important ground assault–IDF terrorist proxies supported by IDF forces from Golan–and counterattack that took place where at least one Zionist Merchava tank was eliminated and the terrorists repulsed. The author is correct that new Rules of Engagement are now in effect for dealing with Zionist attacks.

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An absolutely terrific article you have linked to, thank you.

An article everyone will likely find worthwhile.

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Although the below article is dated [2014], the outcome seems to be the exact same, as the Apartheid State has not improved its ‘Ironic Iron Doomed Dome. The article also has an interesting slide show at the top [don’t miss it]. The evidence that shows Iron Dome is not working – Link to Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Excerpt: “If Iron Dome doesn’t work well, why are Israeli casualties from rocket attacks so low? Israel has a vast system of shelters, arranged so citizens can easily find protection within tens of seconds or less of warning.” side note: keep ’em… Read more »
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shelters built largely with US taxpayer supplied funds, while homeless veterans living in American cities have no shelter whatsoever and are surviving homeless and living on the streets. This is what rule by Israeli Firsters looks like.

Tom
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OOPS. Looks like the Iranians are having the last laugh. Looks like these not so intelligence officers wont be doing any field work until the plastic surgeons do their handiwork.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-12/israeli-intelligence-officers-singing-persian-song-leaked-viral-video-exposes

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“We were all disappointed to read that Russian President Vladimir Putin has delayed the delivery of the S-300 air defense system to Syria after meeting with the Zionist gangster, Benny Mileikowski (a/k/a Netanyahu). I cannot speculate on what is in Mr. Putin’s head or what the neo-Nazi slug told him. I can tell you that the upgraded air defense systems in Syria are working very well.” Putin mentioned twice in one speech the bravery of the Russian soldiers in two different scenarios. In one anecdote there were dozens of Syrian soldiers who ran away when ISIS arrived, leaving 7 Russian… Read more »
Fog of War
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After all that has transpired so far, the Chinese continue to buy ZioAmerican debt, and in fact increases its holdings, instead of divesting at breakneck speed. China is part of the Federal reserve system and the Chinese are mortally addicted to Mammon and unfettered consumerism. Conclusion: Syria and Iran should be very weary of China and Russia. – China remains largest buyer of US debt amid Trump trade war and Japan sells off – ” In one year, China has increased its holdings of the US debt from $117 billion to $118 trillion despite the harsh rhetoric from the White… Read more »
jfb
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-There is an error in the original RT article that you quoted, it’s certanly not $118 trillion sine the Us GDP is about 6 times smaller than that. But it’s true that most chinese economists were trained in the West. Because the West was sucessful in physics, engineering they assume that the bunch of pompeous cretins who pretend to be useful (economists) are applying “scientifc principles” or that they played a positive role in the emergence of the West. As for Russia, unfortunatelly I never heared that Putin was proposng to reform the constitution in order to get ride of… Read more »
Daniel Rich
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@ jfb,

When the Japanese found out the Chinese were studying their economic prowess after WWII, they were filled with a sense of pride, until someone actually asked the Chinese what they were doing and why they were doling it.

Japanese Question: “Ah, so you are studying our ‘Wirtschaftswunder?”

Chinese Answer, “What? Oh, no. We simply don’t want to make the same stupid mistakes you made.”

Nuff siad.

Pacificnorthwest
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China has made some huge mistakes though, all on its own. There is corruption and special vested interests there as well. For example the vast and hugely expensive manmade river project that was supposed to move water from China’s major rivers (which run east to west) northward to Beijing and northern China. The project was never going to work, the energy cost alone of pumping the water through this immense boondoggle of canals was far too high. The water that would have been delivered would cost too much even for municipal water supply. This prohibitive energy cost was not a… Read more »
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PNW, not to mention the brand new “ghost cities.”

Fog of War
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How ” miraculous ! ” Israhell wins the Eurovision contest the same year of Trump’s “historic ” embassy move.

Forget about Europe as its fully controlled. Europe will never stand up to the ZioAmericans.

– Israel WINS Eurovision: Netta Barzilai claims crown –

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5721871/Lights-music-action-Eurovision-song-contest-gets-underway.html

Fog of War
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Stupid China, Everyone knows carriers are obsolete . Or is that only ZioAmerican carriers ?

– VIDEOS, PHOTOS: CHINA’S FIRST HOME-BUILT AIRCRAFT CARRIER BEGINS SEA TRIALS –

https://southfront.org/videos-photos-chinas-first-home-built-aircraft-carrier-begins-sea-trials/

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Thanks for the latest update, as already stated..its long overdue and only a fraction of what is owed to them. As pleased as I am that Syria has found new strength and is improving its situation daily, ultimately I cant see any other outcome, either sooner or later, than global conflict. If one thing is clear to me, the forces of darkness will carry out any act, no matter the horror, to acheive its goals. My advice is to get prepared as best you can. Of course I reserve the right to wrong, and indeed hope that I am.

Fog of War
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A slow motion takeover.

” Austrian Ambassador to Israel Martin Weiss tells The Times of Israel at the US embassy reception that while his country has no plans to move its embassy to Israel “for the time being…that doesn’t change the fact that today is a very joyous day for Israel and the Israeli people.”

Netanyahu thanks the governments of Guatemala and Paraguay for their decisions to do so, and adds that others will follow but “we won’t say who because that’s a state secret.”

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beware O people of the star of rephaim, beware the cup is to the brim beware the hour of divine hand, beware the tempest of the sand you claim you’re innocent i think it not, for centuries you scheme and plot beware the hour is close and nigh, beware the sign up in the sky they come for you with divine right, will put your men to panicked flight thou think thy walls will hold them back, thy walls will fall and surly crack they come to every ally and door, across the land the host shall pour he warned… Read more »
HarryG
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Nice

Bundy☭
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SAA took control over Martyr’s cemetery and power station in Hajar al Aswad Clashes continues in Yarmouk Camp as Tadamon neighborhood is target of fierce artillery bombardment

army capture al-rus roundabout , hajar al-aswad http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=33.464436&lon=36.303868&z=19&m=b

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maningi
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A good overview oft the Russian role in the Syrian conflict:
https://twitter.com/O_Rich_/status/995643710309392384

A an instructive thread for those yelling about Russia betraying Syria/Iran for Israel (Quote: Sharmine Narwani).

anti_republocrat
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A subthread contains this:

Always remember that the US/Israel was deterred by a SAA S-200 launch. This means that the US can be tamed in Syria using old 1967 technology. It’s missiles (on a F-18) couldn’t even down a SAA Su-22 from 1970. Obviously Operation Paperclip has expired.

Yes, far more humiliating for the West to be defeated by old 1967 technology — or a Syria-Iran alliance — than for Russia to get involved.

CHEVI789
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You know Maningi, there is a decoy used here with this pro-Russian mob, it’s a tactic the zionists use, they make it out like their patriots and want good things for the country and people, problem is they are more against the government and the people, but many get sucked in big time. This is where the FSB should hunt them down and lay down the law.

ziad
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“A warehouse filled with weapons was also hit with minor damage to about 4 air defense positions.” did you word this wrong or are you trying to say 4 AD systems got hit? from what ive seen only one pantsir got struck but the damage looks minimal(at least it appears to be in one piece) unfortunately one of the syrian crew trying to move it out of the way of incoming missile got killed. “over one-half of the 60 rockets fired from 28 F-15 and F-16 bombers and 10 tactical ground-based missiles were intercepted and destroyed.” if i were to… Read more »
ruca
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Also, were any kike jets downed?

ziad
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ziad

they were never targeted so no

ziad
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actually i might be wrong and there may have been 2 or 3 shot down but syria is keeping it quiet(i suppose not to escalate) and so is israhell

Ruslan Mohamedov
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Yes, Russian peoples wants Yeltsin back to continue to rape Russia. Russian peoples enjoyings rapings by west.

Flopot
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Lol. Nice sarcasm. Russia knows full well that if Syria falls then Iran and Russia are next on the list.

ruca
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What’s the weather like in Lviv?

ziad
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Lebanon’s Berri warns US, Israel about attacking Syria again
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/lebanons-berri-warns-us-israel-about-attacking-syria-again/
looks like thermobarick bomb but then again it could be the IR cam,,,
Watch: Syrian airstrike eliminates entire militant gathering in northern Hama
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/watch-syrian-airstrike-eliminates-entire-militant-gathering-in-northern-hama/
in another article it talks about how the pantsir is not made to defend against spike or anti tank missiles like NLOS,,is this true?,,,
Syrian air defense system destroyed by Israel was allegedly unarmed
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-air-defense-system-destroyed-by-israel-was-allegedly-unarmed/
couldn’t agree with this guy any more about weak putin,this is the second time he has shown his weakness when syria gets stricken for the second time,,,
Russia’s Lack of Reaction to Israel’s Strikes on Syria Is Disgusting
https://russia-insider.com/en/russias-lack-reaction-israels-strikes-syria-disgusting/ri23438

anti_republocrat
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Yes, we’re aware that you Navalny supporters are very strong in Russia, commanding maybe 5% of the Russian public?

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Russian Senator: Russia Has No Enemy in the Iranian-Israeli Confrontation, The Enemy Is the Confrontation Itself 2. His first point is that military exchanges in general have a rippling effect. This can be reduced down to meaning economic effects. For example, whenever Turkey shelled Kurdish positions and captured towns from the YPG, the Lira exchange rate wobbled. 3. Any situation where Israel or Iran is directly attacking their respective enemy’s military positions is simply catastrophic not only for local economies, but also for projects of a wider scale (Eurasian Union, SCO, etc). 4. The consequences of such actions outlive the… Read more »
anti_republocrat
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Well said, Aleksandar.

Bundy☭
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Seems similar thinking to the thread above by https://twitter.com/O_Rich_/status/995643710309392384

aleksandar
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Not me AR. the end is missing, I don’t know why, maybe the post was too long. This analyses in from Ollie Richardson, ( courtesy to Canthama )

GCG
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I have to disagree. While there is validity in some of your assessment your position is solely that of Russia’s. The Iranians and the Syrians know that they are at WAR with Israhell and the FUKUS criminals. They are at war!! these aggressions you and strikes on Syria and Iranian interests are ACTS OF WAR. With the interest to KILL and to insight active war and to generate excuses for wider war in the region. Everyone knows this including Russia. So while it is understandable if Russia is passive due to the stakes it is beyond reason for Russia to… Read more »
Bundy☭
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Russia is trying to buy time, by 2022, Russia would be unbeatable in any sphere. In 2014, Russia was in a world of hurt and almost on the verge of imploding. IF Russia had invaded Ukraine, they could have gone hard on Russia and cut it off from Switch and total trade embargo with Europe and it would have hurt a lot. Russia at the time did not even know if they could get the scram jets working. After 3 decades, no one has been able to get it working and they all used rocket engines instead but that was… Read more »
anti_republocrat
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Spot on, Bundy. The US no longer even knows how to develop effective weapons.

aleksandar
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The only world domination weapon is $.
And Russia, China, Venezuela , Iran and so on are quietly killing it.

Pacificnorthwest
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because the entire MIC is an edifice of massive corruption of a scale unprecedented in history. It is a vast cornucopea of endless revenue at the center of a huge feeding frenzy of the worst kind of sociopathic pigs imaginable.

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Most of what you say has its truth. But it cannot be applied to the situation blindly AND it does not take into consideration the simple fact that Israel and the US cannot be attacked heads on.
Syria, Iran and Russia have been fighting off their agression, with sacrifice. They have been doing a lot, all the time.
There is many ways to fight. Some even implying no direct violence.

anti_republocrat
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Actually, Iran did not take part in the recent retaliation. It was all Syria except for help with targeting by Russia. Putin did discourage open confrontation, but he knows he can not forbid Syria from defending itself and he did not. Syria, Iran and Lebanon can defeat FUKZUS without Russian help, and therefore without escalation to Strategic nuclear weapons. They have enough conventional missiles and strong enough ground forces against an army that only knows how to slaughter unarmed civilians. As long as Israel does not use nukes, they will only lose the Golan Heights and Sheb’a Farms. For Israel,… Read more »
Pacificnorthwest
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I second ARs sentiment… well said, Aleksander. Something I have noticed over the years is that the enthusiasm for triggerring acts of war or for marching into war is inversely proprtional to the personal experience one has had with war. People who have experienced the hell of war tend to be a lot less enthusiastic about it than people who have never been within a thousand clicks of one. War is hell! Those who have ever lived through or fought in an actual real bloody awful war know this in their skin. It is the loudmouths who have never been… Read more »
Bundy☭
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I remember films before WW1 where all these same arrogant exceptionals who wanted to impress the women with their bravery and enthusiasm for mass murder. I guess they did not get enough with 20 mil dead so their children started a second war.. So dont know.. Maybe war builds character.. The US seems hell bent on started ever more wars since it has been at war for 220 of its short existence

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War should only be fought on one’s own territory, though I won’t fault Russia and Iran for fighting terrorism at the invitation of an internationally recognized state and the authorization of the UNSC.

Farty Beans
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Well said Aleksandar. IMO the choice is the following: i) taking the bait: retaliation to IS-US provocations, that would be an absolute kiss of death ii) status quo: get IS to accept Assad remains as Iran stays away from the Golan + 50 or 100 kms, freezing the conflict iii) status quo ante: Assad to remain and the US and Iran to leave, militarily speaking, this would wind the conflict down There is no end to this war as long as the US and Iran use Syria as a proxy terrain for their confrontation. They have to leave, both of… Read more »
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It’s entirely up to the Syrian people via their elected government to decide who stays and who goes. I won’t criticize Assad if he chooses a quick route by agreeing to simultaneous, verifiable withdrawal of all US allies (including Turkey) together with Iran, but I don’t think it will be necessary. The US/French position is not viable in the long run, nor is the Turkish position once US/French are gone.

Farty Beans
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Realities have to be accepted. Assertions about what happens in the future are speculation. The only important element that speaks against the US presence (France being totally irrelevant) is that they have no mandate. But they might become creative and forge a mandate. It is often said that time ticks into Syria’s favour. That was fine during Syria’s darkest hours. But now we are beyond that point.

Canthama
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More insight info (SAA) on May 9th Israel aggression on Syria. From @The_Cyrenian contact with a SAA source. Worth reading the short thread, it gives some extra info on the flight path of some Israeli jets and how it is challenging both Russia and US at the same time.

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/995657712846295041.html

jfb
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The sole point where I disagree is that he suggests implicitely that the Israelis could do this without the greenlight from the Pentagon.

Takuto
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‘Sharon reportedly fired back at Peres, saying:
“Every time we do something you tell me Americans will do this and will do that. I want to tell you something very clear, don’t worry about American pressure on Israel, we, the Jewish people control America, and the Americans know it.”‘

“The Israelis control the policy in the congress and the senate.”
— Senator Fullbright, Chair of Senate Foreign Relations Committee on 10-7-73 on CBS TV’s Face The Nation.

Netanyahu:”I know what America is. America is a thing you can move very easily, move it in the right direction. They won’t get in the way.”

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Russians see every takeoff from israeli airports and then track the plane. Changing signal should indicate something bad happens.

Canthama
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Excellent article by Tony Cartalucci, worth reading it. “Over the next several years – within this status quo – the global balance of power will only further shift further away from America’s favor. As that happens, Syria will have a much better opportunity to reclaim its occupied territory.” https://journal-neo.org/2018/05/12/israel-baits-the-hook-will-syria-bite/ After the wave of, what is now clear, criticism on Russia “lack of help to Syria”, it seems articles a popping up with a much more balanced view and less emotional regarding the events on May 9th, soon more details of the Israeli aggression may be disclosed so a total picture… Read more »
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Brookings is openly advising false flags and provocations. Excellent finding.

ziad
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ziad

so its gonna take several years for syria to get there lands back? haaaa forget that shit ,if it’s gonna take that long there is nothing good to look forward to,,,yep im not the only one who criticize the way russia is playing it weak like loser politicians bending over for the west ,twice now putin has discredited himself,,bout time syria had a serious conversation with these guys

the Thylacine
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I see no reason not to pin my hopes on Kissinger’s emphatic words in 2012, that in 10 years Israel will be no more. In that scenario, Syria will not need ‘several’ years from now, to liberate her lands.
The Abomination is teetering (read Nasrallah at SOTT) and pacificnorthwest’s collapse scenario could start any time.

CHEVI789
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I agree Tassie, this can only happen if the terrorist supporters pour in more terrorists to keep the war going which I find hard as they are running out of useful idiots, pissrael knows it needs to tread carefully, if it creates an all out war it KNOWS it’s going to lose land as is the case in 2006.

ziad
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ziad

that still makes it 4 several years ,,still doubt israhell will be gone by then

TEP
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@Canthama – I am getting concerned about the level of SAA & allies casualties around Yarmouk. Whilst I appreciate urban warfare is often the most costly I am wondering if a slower approach might preserve much-needed allied forces? Would appreciate any insight you have as to how this is panning out, and the adverse versus beneficial effects it is achieving.

Canthama
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It is an intense battle indeed, losses are mounting, last reliable nbr I saw was 80 KIA and many more WIA, few days past. ISIS is reporting sometimes their usual lies to boost the moral of their terrorists that know they will all die, recently they said 30 SAA were KIA, a lie. There is no other way to clear that area, I understand every Syrian solider life is precious, but if we compare the Iraq Army and militia attack to Mosul, thousands of KIA and WIA, the KIA on the high hundreds or low thousand. Liwa al Quds are… Read more »
ziad
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i dont get it,,the area left in yarmook is small enough,why dont they just obliterate the fucken place and spare lives? i doubt there are hostages are there?

Pacificnorthwest
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I am fairly certain this tradeoff was carefully considered, but that the strategic urgency of taking care of these two large spike infested pockets and the terror mercenary al qaeda / ISIS terror armed elements was paramount. If Syria must face Israel it is imperative to deal with internal fronts first.

CHEVI789
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TEP, it’s a war, though this war was NOT a conventional war with certain rules, the CIA and their jewish handlers played real real dirty and broke every rule, the SAA paid for it big time with so many dying due to orders to try and save the civilians.

I’m not happy but I am now more confident the SAA and allies have learned a lot and how these vile scum operate, but KIA & WIA CANNOT be avoided.

ruca
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I agree that there was an emotional outpouring. Oh ye of little faith.

Mike-Florida
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US State Dept. notice to US travelers > “Russia: Reconsider Travel. Terrorist groups continue plotting attacks in Russia, may attack w little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, shopping malls. Bomb threats common. U.S. citizens often victims of harassment, mistreatment, and extortion by law-enforcement officials.” (Today a friend said after checking US State Dept. travel advisories she became so scared she is cancelling her Scandinavian cruise plan because it included Saint Petersburg, Russia. Questioning shows she’s 100% captured by MSM’s narrative. Mike).
https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/russia-travel-advisory.html

the Thylacine
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Sayed Hassan Nasrallah puts things into perspective — ”… What about Russia? Netanyahu’s presence in Moscow for the commemoration of the 73rd anniversary of the USSR’s victory against Nazism, and reports that Russia would not deliver the S-300s to Syria, must not mislead us. Russia has invested far too much in Syria to allow anyone – be it Washington, Tel Aviv, Riyadh or Ankara – to reduce its efforts to nothing. Moscow said it would no longer tolerate Western strikes against Syria in case of a new chemical weapons masquerade, and that it is ready to provide Damascus not necessarily… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Tassie, with the Russia has to much invested this is not only for now, this is also for the future where Russia has so many contracts with rebuilding as well as oil & gas and it’s air force base as well as the port, it won’t give it up nor will it allow the dissection of Syria in any way, those terrorists, Turks, Yanks etc are ALL going to be booted out either directly or by proxy.

the Thylacine
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The Lion of Lebanon has more to say: much praise for the SAA, and he even gets a lick in at the hotel-dwellers (I think he might even be enjoying himself) —
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah: US-led aggression against Syria is an admission of impotence. Statement after the US and Israeli attacks on Syria over April-May 2018. Source: http://www.unz.com/sayedhasan/
or,
https://vk.com/videos404210594?z=video404210594_456239067%2Fpl_404210594_-2

CHEVI789
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Iran might find out soon if the E.U will follow the yankee line or go alone, Iran if it succeeds might be able to tear away the E.U and allow all E.U members to finally find out america cares for no one but itself, this would lead to the romance ( bullying more likely ) break up, if this happens then the domino effect will eventually take place with the collapse of NATO and the Germans creating a new European only alliance.

http://english.almanar.com.lb/504495

TEP
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Despite all their current huffing & puffing, the EU will eventually capitulate to US demands, as it always has done. It’s simply a matter of whether pursuing future trade and detente with Iran via this deal is worth suffering the full wrath -in all it’s forms- of their US masters, and unfortunately the answer remains that it is certainly not.

Suria Power
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China is the key, if they decide to trade with Iran nobody can do anything about it. China has strong trade links with Iran for the last 40 years.
Even Dotart Drumpf must backtrack because China is the daddy, they own a lot of shekels.
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/05/13/president_trump_to_save_zte/
Who ever is in possession of gold coin bags is for average imbecile Murican a god. That has been the case since the first golden calf announced its presence below the mountain.

Suria Power
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The US al CiaIda was watching them all the time. They coordinated, cooperated, exchanged info with their foster child ISIS for 5 years in Syria and Iraq. They knew the exact location of every single depot, office, petrol tanker.
Until Russian air come and bombed the shit out of them.
IRGC boys hacked Murican al Ciaida servers and obtain this exclusive material.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twWSflZ7g4k

Iran needs to develop 1000 strong fleet of heavy drones able to carry two 100kg bombs each and make sure these roaches are obliterated on time.