THE RUSSIAN SPHINX; SYRIAN SECURITY DIVES FOR ABANDONED RAT WEAPONS; TERRORISTS DIGGING DEEPER TUNNELS IN N. HAMA

QUNAYTRA PROVINCE: 

Before the collapse of the terrorist network in Qunaytra, rodents working under the control of the Zionist Apartheid State discarded all their weapons in Lake Al-Hurriyya (Freedom Lake) near the town of the same name.  The weapons were mostly positioned in Jibaataa Al-Khashab but transferred to this body of water so as to conceal it from the victorious Syrian Army.  Security Services frogmen were used to locate the weapons and heavy equipment was brought in to help pull the mostly heavy arsenal out of the water.  The equipment found included mortars, RPGs, U.S.-made TOW rockets and launchers, GRAD rockets, artillery and, believe or not, an actual T-62 tank.

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NORTHERN HAMA PROVINCE:

A squad of terrorists belonging to the Kataa`ib Al-‘Izza emerged from Al-Lataamina Town and attacked a string of SAA outposts this morning with heavy machine gun fire.  The terrorists were trying to intimidate the army into staying away from the vast construction of a tunnel network they were putting into place at Kafr Zeetaa, Latmeen, Sayyaad and Arba’een.  Some of the tunnels have been dug to a depth of 25 meters (according to Sputnik News) with some having a width of 9 meters.  The tunnels have been reinforced with a cement-like material capable of withstanding heavy bombing from the ground and air.  The vermin obtained the material from Turkey.  Along with that cement were large-and- medium sized excavation equipment brought in from Turkey right in front of Turk border guards.  This information was gleaned from local residents who aspire to being free from the stink of Wahhabist ideations and from drone reconnaissance.

It has also been reported that the Kataaib Al-'Izza brought into the area 5 cylinders of toxic chlorine gas provided by Hay`at Tahreer Al-Shaam, the Al-Qaeda affiliate headed by Abu Muhammad Al-Jawlaani

The tunnels already contain large numbers of heavy equipment, medicine, food, communication systems and even, drones.  I have heard from Sputnik that the tunnels also contain tanks.  Obviously this is all in violation of the Russo-Turk agreement to deescalate Idlib and Hama.

In any case, the terrorists were bombed vigorously by the SAA causing them to flee to Al-Lataamina from whence they came.  The dead and wounded are estimated at over 10.

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MOSCOW:

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We know what Russia wants.  The mystery is how it wants to get there.  It’s clear Vladimir Putin thinks in terms of what is practical and eschews delusion-filled folderol.  He wants his troops to come back from Syria in order to close that chapter in foreign intervention.  He wants to have a timetable for Russia’s involvement in the conflict there.  But, is that timetable so flexible that it might as well not exist or is it that time has melted, Dali-like, suggesting a long-term presence for Russian boots inside Syria?  It’s one thing to have a naval base and an airport near the coast; it’s quite another to have your army deployed all around the country.

To throw a puzzle at my readers, let me pose a theoretical question:  Who is more important to the Kremlin, Syria or Turkey?  While most of my readers would probably answer: Syria.  I’m not so sure.  Syria is a doorway into Erdoghan’s presidential palace.  It gives the Kremlin issues to raise with its Turk counterpart.  It gives the Russians opportunities to commiserate with the Turks when the U.S. imposes its ludicrous sanctions policies.  Russia provides Turkey with natural gas (so does Iran), trade and tourism.  But, the Turks are difficult people with whom to treat.  For example,  Russia is not averse to a Kurdish mini-state or even a governorate within a federalized Syria.  After all, isn’t that the way the Russian Federation is set up?

Turkey’s obsession with Kurdish independence is legendary.  Damascus is not so obsessed.  As long as the Syrian Kurds tamp down their ambitions to something as innocuous as self-rule, Dr. Assad’s government would not be negative.  This plays well into the Kremlin’s hands.  President Putin is able to use his influence with Damascus to play on Turkish fears of a seceding Kurdish region in southeastern Turkey.  If to please Erdoghan, Syria needs to harden its stance against a Kurdish mini-entity, Putin can deliver on that and extract from Ankara the kind of concessions he needs to promote Russian interests in the Fertile Crescent.  And he can do all this while maintaining a brisk trade with Turkey.

Putin is pushing hard at NATO.  He has already made it very clear that Ukraine and Georgia are not going to join NATO even if it means creating conditions to destabilize both countries.  He also sees Turkey as a potential secessionist state, leaving NATO and the pipe dream of membership in the EU.  To Putin, Turkey is more like Russia:  an eastern state with ties to Europe, but, also, a member of the Asiatic grouping of nations, more connected to the vast spaces of Siberia, Kazakhstan, Turkestan, Baluchistan, Tajikistan and Iran.  If anything, Syria is more connected to Europe than Turkey what with its long Greco-Roman history and settlements along the underbelly of Europe.  Syria’s wars with Europe are limited to fighting for independence from France.  Turkey, on the other hand, has fought numerous wars with European empires and kingdoms.  Turkey has even fought 12 wars with Russia and lost every one of them.  But, with Russia having defended its soil after the Napoleonic invasion and Hitler’s, Moscow can see eye to eye with Ankara.

No, I think the Russian timetable is very flexible.  And, I believe that that is due to Russia’s infatuation with Erdoghan’s imminent disconnect from the West.  In this sense, Turkey is more important to Moscow than Syria.  And I write that not to imply, for one moment, that Syria is not crucial to Russia’s policies in the Middle East, but, to emphasize that Russia is not limited in its efforts to project power.  Russia can play a complex game and gain two allies while subverting NATO’s projects.  Russia already has Iran and Syria in its pocket, why not Turkey, also?

Idlib is a case in point.  Russia knows quite well that Erdoghan is sympathetic to the Sunni fanatics ruling Idlib today.  Erdoghan sees groups like Hayat Tahreer Al-Shaam, Kataa`ib Al-‘Izza and Jabhat Al-Nusra as potential allies in his war to stanch the Kurdish advance to statehood and secession. He has already recruited Syrian defectors of the virtually non-existent Free Syrian Army to help in blunting Kurdish military movements.  And the Russians, patient as the Sphinx, are just waiting for Mr. Erdoghan to enlist these terrorist organizations as allies in the Donnybrook that will end all Kurdish dreams of independence.  In so doing, Erdoghan will be advancing Russia’s interests in diverting the terrorists from their main enemy, Dr. Assad, and, also, insuring their swift evaporation.

The United States, which has entrenched itself among the Kurdish fighters, will be at a loss to explain why it can’t help them anymore and why thousands of terrorists are now assembling to eradicate them.  The Kurds fall into place.  The terrorists fall into place.  The Turks fall into place.  Syrians and Iranians have already fallen into place.  At the end of the procession will be a smiling Vladimir Putin.

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Good read Ziad. Makes perfect sense to me.

The Syria war has seemed to entered a ‘stalemate’ phase, which is to state not a bad thing for Syria in general as consolidation can be wrought. However, for The Empire it is a bad thing as it is very much on ‘the clock’ – I would expect more desperate ‘provocations’ (aimed at tipping over the chess board) very soon!

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All good news, however, the Idlib “stalemate” is becoming concerning.

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Not even hiding their plans.

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I agree that Assad would be comfortable with a measure of Kurd autonomy, but he needs to (and I think he will) insist on no ethnic cleansing by Kurds and respect for the rights of Arabs and Assyrians in Kurd dominated areas.

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Ziad, excellent article and thoughts, the war of aggression against the Syrians has reached a point of balance between military and political interventions by the allied forces, and one key aspect was the close to neutralization of ISIS, a creation by the US and Israel as a killing tool.
2019 promises to be a year of much dialog and some fight, and hopefully eastern Syria will be liberated from ISIS and occupiers

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Not looking good in Idlib. Stalemates can last for years, even decades. Since Russia and Turkey have moved a deadlline of the full implementation of the Idlib demilitarized zone from October 15 to some point in the future, the situation in the northwestern Syrian region has not improved. The National Front for Liberation (NFL) and other miltiant groups directly controlled by Turkey have withdrawn a part of their heavy weapons and military equipment from the deimilitarized zone. However, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra), Jaish al-Izza, Wa Harid al-Muminin (a coalition of al-Qaeda affilated groups) and other radicals have kept… Read more »

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An interesting and thought provoking article as always. It is likely the Russians want all the states in the region in their orbit, Turkey, Syria, Iran, Iraq et all. Isis appears to be bubbling up along the Euphrates and beating the SDF. This can provide an excellent entre for the Russians to enter east of the Euphrates, to be later supplanted by the SAA. Time will tell. According to Zerohedge the cost of the US Afghanistan fiasco is more than the Marshall plan, so it may be money that finally squeezes the imperialists out…

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Interesting theory, and it must be a very tempting notion for Russia… to dismember NATO’s South Eastern flank. This insersection of land and seas is such a very complex part of the world, being as it is, at the intersection of various empires and civilizations (for many thousands of years) and at a major global trade crossroads that has been important from before recorded history. Luring Turkey from its position as the unloved stepchild of the West into a Eurasian alliance would certainly be a major coupe for Russia and it would secure its warm water access to the south… Read more »

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IMO, Putin̵ 7;s goal is the raising of a global posse to corral the Outlaw US Empire such that it̵ 7;s forced to retreat/renounce its stated #1 policy goal of attaining Full Spectrum Dominance, cease being an Outlaw State and finally become a law-abiding global citizen. On board with Putin is Xi, Moon, Kim, Abe, Khan, Khamenei, Assad, and a host of other national leaders and their citizens̵ 1;which also mean that vassal outlaws like Erdogan must repent too. And for all involved, this is very serious business as nuclear war lurks in the background potentially waged by a Neoliberalcon… Read more »

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Large civil protests now occurring in the Yemeni city of al Gheydah, al Mahra Governorate today against the Dar al Hadith Islamic Centre in the city, which was set up under Saudi occupier’s military protection & (according to the local Yemeni population) is housing mercenary foreign nationals whom the local people say are Salafi-jihadists. Where did they come from? Why is Saudi Arabia flooding the parts of Yemen it controls with head choppers? (A rhetorical question). In pictures of these protests it looks like the whole city is out in the street…. they do not seem like some marginal faction.… Read more »

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Will Brett McGoog the us viceroy god father of ISIS drink his own urine? Its a lot simpler than falling on his sword.. the guy with the swagger who though he had it all under control.. Terrorist god father extra ordinary.. Even put up his 3 year old girls bday pics up for the world to see what a caring asshole he is.. Bet she grows up proud of her terrorist godfather of a father..

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Mr Fadel, I fully agree with your analysis on the Turkish and Russiann strategy in Syria. When I asked Penny why the Turks did not evacuate Idlib for Northern Aleppo taking their beloved useful rats with them, her reply was ‘not enough leverage’. And that’s exactly it. Turkey has to watch out not to infuriate its rats and has to keep Idlib as a base for its future attacks on the Kurds. However, the Kurds have become the primordial issue in Syria for the Sultan, land and oil profit grabbing have become secondary. To make sure Assad is not compromising… Read more »

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The Last American Vagabond interviewed Whitney Webb, contributor to Mint Press News. The interview is mainly about Yemen, but here she talks for several minutes about the Khashoggi affair, and reveals the the Deep State had far more motive to either instigate a false flag against MbS or at least lure him into a trap. It’s not just about S-400s and selling oil in Yuan. Apparently, they reneged on several of the $1 trillion arms deals by allowing deadlines to pass without signing. Whitney also eventually point out this was not the first time the Saudis have killed and dismembered… Read more »

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The unravelling begins…. even the rats themselves are becoming increasingly queasy about becoming too closely associated with the on-going Saudi barbarity in Yemen. UK-supported Saudi coalition ‘killing civilians and bombing own aid supplies,’ MPs told A former cabinet minister has said Britain is “complicit” in creating a famine in war-torn Yemen because of its support for the Saudi-led coalition, amid growing calls for the UK to halt its sales of arms to the group. Andrew Mitchell, who was international development secretary in David Cameron’s government, has urged foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt to reassess the government’s stance on the issue. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/yemen-civil-war-saudi-arabia-arms-sales-uk-famine-coalition-houthi-rebels-a8609516.html?amp&__twitter_impression=true… Read more »

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I think that we must first decide if NATO and the USA have achieved their aims. I am of the opinion that it is all about preventing the flow of oil from competing socialized states. The globalist oil companies that have a captive consumer market in America and elsewhere, do not like cheap oil flowing from Iraq, Iran, Venezuela, Libya and Russia. They have bought the American government and are using the US military as shock troops and mercenaries. They ran out of willing soldiers in the USA, and now are using the B-team. If Russia and Iran want to… Read more »

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Ziad… These terrorists keep digging tunnels… remind me of French building the Maginot Line…. the sheer futility of their efforts is surreal. These rats should contemplate how impressive tunnel networks very much like those they are digging now did their fellow rats no good, when their time came in E. Ghouta…. and the Tigers first chopped them up into little pockets then took them down one by one. Those tunnels are now art exihibits (at least one of them). Tunnels might shelter them from bombardment, but won’t defend against a combined air, artillery and a closely orchestrated follow on armored… Read more »

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Havana changes its position and, after resisting the presence of Moscow during the thaw with Obama, opens the island to Putin in response to Trump’s attitude
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@Ziad – as you know, the US do not care for their proxies and will drop them in an instant, and Erdoghan will happily embrace the US as it switches support from Kurds/SDF to Turk/FSA to establish ANY non-Syrian govt partitioned area in Syria. Therefore, I believe the big concern is a stealth switch by the US from SDF to FSA to establish control of the same area the US is already in, simply replacing the Kurds with FSA/HTS & co terrorists.

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Iran media > Turkish intel service transferred over 700 Ankara-backed militants and military hardware from Afrin to Eastern bank Euphrates River via Turkish territory to use in massive op against Kurds. Arabic-language al-Watan newspaper quoted sources close to National Liberation Front (NFL) terrorist group saying Monday that while implementation of Sochi agreement to create demilitarized zone has come to a halt, Ankara ordered its allied militants in Idlib and North and West Aleppo to get ready for major assault on Kurds in NE Syria. (heating up east of the river – Turkey vs Kurds norther part, Iraqi PMU vs ISIS… Read more »

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Who’s more important Ziad? both are equally important,as I’ve said before, getting Turkey on Russia’s side is important to pry Turkey away from NATO, in my opinion removing Turkey from NATO will leave the Turks vulnerable and in turn an “ally” (slave if you would say ) of Russia, personally I don’t think Russia is all that interested in Turkey as an ally, it’s like a marriage of convenience. The Kurds on the other hand may or may not feel the wrath of the Syrians for their treachery, but I wouldn’t trust them one bit even if they came back… Read more »

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More action NE Syria per ‘Kurdistan’ media > Coalition ran joint patrols with SDF along Syrian-Turkish border during last three days, one patrol covered area between Kobani and Tal Abyad, other patrol area between Darbisiya and Ras al-Ain cities, and final one between Qamishli and Derik. Patrols began after Turkish cross-border attacks targeted SDF-affiliated forces’ positions near Kobani, Tirbespî‎ (Al-Qahtaniyah), Manbij, and Tal Abyad.
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Hmm. Taliban not interested in negotiating with US. Perhaps they consider the US недоговороспособны (not-agreement-capable). Fortunately, the article later indicates the US is facilitating negotiations between the Taliban and the puppet government: https://www.rt.com/usa/442939-miller-afghanistan-war-lost-taliban/

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Another day in the racist hell of the Zionist occupation of Palestine. A four-month-old Palestinian infant has been injured after Israeli settlers attacked her parents’ car traveling west of the northern occupied West Bank city of Nablus. As far as I know the IDF nor the Israeli police have made any arrests of any of the racist settler scum who caused this infant girl’s injuries. A large percentage of these settler scum come from Brooklyn and Long Island. I hope that American justice will put these criminals on trial for their crimes should they ever set foot back in the… Read more »

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Proof of complicity and promotion of the internationally sanctioned terrorrist group ISIS by Elliot Higgins (founder of disinfo-organ Bellingcat) and many other prominent pro-regime-change Syria “experts” who promoted the ISIS recruiting ShamiWitness account and which include: Michael Weiss of the Daily Beast; Oz Katerji of Vice News and formerly of Bellingcat; Faysal Itani of the Atlantic Council; Micah Lee of The Intercept; Liz Sly of The Washington Post; and Aaron Zelin of the AIPAC spinoff, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and formerly of Bellingcat. Don’t these now known ISIS propagandists all belong in jail on charges of aiding… Read more »

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It is not Putin who had his way with NATO that they could not include new members Georgia and Ukraine. It was Angela Merkel who slammed the USA expectations to welcome them as members if I recall correctly in 2006 (?). Merkel made the Point that they could only be members if they sorted out the issues with Russia. A wise idea considering what happened.

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Excellent informative article translated and posted at The Saker, http://thesaker.is/the-pentagon-realised-what-it-has-done-the-chinese-put-the-us-army-on-its-knees/ that’s even better when one reads the two reports it’s based upon. The upshot: It’s shown–but not acknowledged–that Neoliberal ideology, the greed quest, and fantastical levels of corruption within the MIC are to blame for the demise of the Outlaw US Empire. The Reuters article exposes those realities but refuses to name their cause. The long Department of War document’s executive summary is all one really needs to read from it. As it so often does, Greed overcame Reason and caused a Strategic Error of immense proportions–for the Outlaw US… Read more »

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Link “Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan should resist any temptation to leave NATO in pursuit of Russian friendship, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Thursday. “It would be unfortunate for NATO; it’d be unfortunate for the United States, and I think even more unfortunate for the people of Turkey if that were to become the case,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told radio show host Tony Katz. Pompeo was responding specifically the issue of Erdogan’s “Eastern-looking” foreign policy, at a time when leaders around the world are concerned about the Turkish president’s outreach to Russian President Vladimir Putin. When asked… Read more »

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Ziad ” I think the Russian timetable is very flexible. And, I believe that that is due to Russia’s infatuation with Erdoghan’s imminent disconnect from the West. In this sense, Turkey is more important to Moscow than Syria. And I write that not to imply, for one moment, that Syria is not crucial to Russia’s policies in the Middle East, but, to emphasize that Russia is not limited in its efforts to project power. Russia can play a complex game and gain two allies while subverting NATO’s projects. Russia already has Iran and Syria in its pocket, why not Turkey,… Read more »

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Well the rats are obviously being played. Why build underground cities thanks to Hammas engineering. Follow the money,cui podesta ? All roads lead to anglo-ziolandia the GCC are just their puppet masters alla Lawrence of Arabia. Turkey is being squeezed alla fiat dollar. Its economy is tanking.Smokey mirrors alla Khoshooggi is more than telling. GCC politics 101.That what that smells like to me. With regards to Russia I will use the famous quote from Baffo himself Stalin. Israel is our whore. Hence when trying to assess the slavs in the ME one must always factor this minor equation. Never trust… Read more »

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A man proves he’s a real and true US patriot:
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This one could be dedicated to our friend Erdogan:
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So the SAA pulled a T-62 out of a lake? Good stuff. Give it a wash down and a good shot of vodka, and it will be good to go. The Russians are still pulling WWII-era T-34s out of the bogs in Russia, most in excellent condition.

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UNCONFIRMED……….. Putin to cancel Trump-Putin meeting in Paris…………

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I suspect the Russians and SAA are about to start the extermination of all terrorists in Syria, with Iblid being the initial start point. This will include all the empire’s facilities, equipment and manpower.

Bye bye khazars?

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F***ing hypocrites.

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MSM reports > “Turkey’s Erdogan says joint U.S.-Kurdish patrols near Syria border unacceptable, and he expected U.S. President Trump to stop them. “I believe when we speak with Trump, they will probably stop this process,” he said. Last week, Turkish forces shelled positions in northern Syria under SDF control. Erdogan last week vowed to crush Syrian Kurdish fighters east of Euphrates, where 2,000 U.S. forces stand alongside SDF.” (will be interesting to observe if Trump agrees with Erdo to cease US patrols with SDF and if he actually can stop such if he wishes. Mike).
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-syria-turkey/turkeys-erdogan-says-joint-us-kurdish-patrols-near-syria-border-unacceptable-idUSKCN1NB1BE

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Jordan Rejecting Entry of Syrian Produce through Nassib Border Crossing. 14 Syrian trucks loaded w apples & grapes were rejected entry into Jordan citing ‘procedures violations’. Two of most needed items in Jordanian markets due to their low prices & highest qualities. Nassib Border Crossing is a lifeline reopened for Syrian farmers & industrialists. (Hope report proves untrue, especially since Jordan past 7 years ‘rented-out’ its territory to outsiders from which to organize, train and launch their hired proxies to invade, kill and over-throw Syria. Its way past time for Jordan to fully support neighbor Syria, instead of opposite. Mike.)
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i think you are mistaken, Putin erred big time when he tried to deflect Israel involvement in the shooting of ll-20, tried to dampen his military who would have none of this, the DM Sergei Shoigu is now more forthright, i doubt the patriotic armed forces would allow syria to be dropped in favour of Turkey.

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Pompeo… the quintissential embodiment of a projecting piece of shit on steroids:

Pompeo: “The Iranians are responsible for the starvation of Yemeni civilians”

This lying sack of shit is an embarrassment to America and all of humanity…. an exemplar of the banality of evil.