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Overthrown hegemon. The war in Syria has become fatal for Washington

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The United States should abandon the megalomania in Syria. The time has passed when they could do anything with anyone anywhere in the world. This is today openly written not only in Russia, China or Europe. American military and political experts themselves are talking about this to the American leadership.

What they say in America

The other day in the American military-political analytical publication "National Interest" There was a very interesting article. Its author, Paul Pillar, a veteran of the CIA, a professor at Georgetown University on international security and peace issues, who gave 28 to US intelligence years of life, talks about the situation that the Americans were in Syria. His main conclusion is that today it is time for the US administration to understand that the time for its undivided sole hegemony in the Middle East has passed, and we need to negotiate with the Russians, who have gained considerable weight and authority in the region in recent years.

It is obvious to him that Moscow, and at the same time Tehran will not retreat, and a direct conflict with them threatens the American security system much more than finding a reasonable compromise.

And it’s hard to disagree with the American veteran, because today in the Middle East the United States has several major problems at once, the solution of which is clearly a non-trivial task.

Not hegemon

Yes, the Syrian war showed that Washington is no longer a country that alone is capable of solving world problems. Moreover, today the United States cannot push in some of the most important points of the planet, which, of course, Syria is, a solution that would suit them as a whole. The original plan to reorganize the Middle East has long since become a scrap, and today the Americans are fighting only for the new configuration of forces in the region to include them themselves.



This was probably what Paul Pillar meant when he recommended that the White House recognize the victory of government forces in the civil war and abandon further attempts to bring the situation under its sole control, after which their position in the region gets worse and worse. The fact is that today the Americans have already begun to quickly lose key allies, and those who still have them, thanks to American short-sighted policy, have fallen into a very unenviable position.

Fatal mistake

Turkey’s transition to the enemy’s camp is almost the main defeat of the United States in the Middle East over the past years of confrontation. Relations between Kurds and Ankara have always been very complicated, and an attempt to create Kurdistan while maintaining allied relations with Ankara was doomed to failure.

Overthrown hegemon. The war in Syria has become fatal for Washington


No, at the beginning of 2000-x, when this plan was created, it was realizable. But since then, more than ten years have passed, during which the situation in the region and in the world has changed greatly.

First, China has grown stronger faster than expected, and secondly, Russia unexpectedly quickly coped with its internal problems, was able to reorganize its armed forces and successfully penetrated into the Syrian party.

It was the appearance of a new strong player in it at once that brought down all the geopolitical calculations of Washington. Ankara was able to find a foothold in Moscow and demand from the “ally” respect for its national interests, which were completely incompatible with the plans of Washington.

This ultimately led to a rupture, and today American expert Paul Pillar warns his country against sudden movements and warns of a possible direct clash between Turkish and American troops if the White House continues to actively support Kurdish military formations. And this, in his opinion, for America to prevent in any way impossible.

Israeli perspective

Another big US problem is Israel. Rather, his irreconcilable position regarding the strengthening of any Iranian influence in the region.

But official Tel Aviv is understandable. The military doctrine of Iran involves the destruction of the state of Israel as such, and over the past decade, that is, during the implementation of the American plan to reorganize the Middle East. Tehran has noticeably increased and today already represents a real threat to the existence of Israel. Moreover, its armed forces are already literally a few dozen kilometers from the Israeli border, and, apparently, they are not going to leave from there.



The latest incident with the destruction of the Israeli F-16 aircraft was a very unpleasant bell, not only for Tel Aviv, but also for Washington. Today, the likelihood of hostilities between Israel on the one hand, and Syria and Iran on the other, is growing literally by months. And here it’s not even so important, whether Moscow will intercede for its partners or not. Tehran and Damascus today already have sufficient joint combat potential, which, in the event of the outbreak of hostilities, can put the Israeli armed forces in a very unpleasant situation.

The fact is that what had not existed during the last century was born in the crucible of civil war: the combat-ready Arab army, armed with the most modern weapons and trained in modern warfare tactics. And she is ready to die for their interests.

Yes, and the Iranian armed forces got good tempering in this conflict and clearly improved their combat capabilities. The delivery of modern air defense systems to Syria and Iran will largely neutralize Israeli air superiority, which will drastically change the balance of forces in the region and can play a fatal role for the Israeli state.



After all, the return of the Golan Heights has never been removed from the political agenda for Damascus, and no international organization will be able to object to anything if Damascus with the help of Tehran ever, in the foreseeable future, wants to return this “original Syrian territory”.

Yes, not today, but after the end of the Syrian civil war or a little later, all this may very well happen. And thanks to the Israelis for such an alignment can the United States, trap them in this not quite necessary Syrian "disassembly". That is why Israel today can delay the moment of the end of the civil war in Syria, but, on the other hand, it is thereby aggravating its post-war situation.

conclusions

Today, Washington has two lines of behavior in Syria. Or continue to “shoot the horn”, not paying attention to the observance of other people's interests and face even greater problems in the near future. Either compromise with Moscow, Tehran and Ankara, so that together with them we can contribute to the rapid end of the war in Syria and try to preserve that part of our influence that can still be saved. The choice for a country accustomed to seeing itself as a hegemon is not the best. But she has no other today.
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  1. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 20 February 2018 07: 11
    +11
    Or compromise with Moscow, Tehran and Ankara
    Considering American ambitions, it can be assumed that the United States will "rest against the horn," as the author writes, even to his own detriment. But these are their problems. The main thing is that the Americans with their provocative actions stop creating problems for us, which is also unlikely.
    1. siberalt
      siberalt 20 February 2018 07: 41
      +7
      That Americans still had no response from Wagner. But she will not rust after him. winked
      1. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
        Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 20 February 2018 13: 50
        +6
        wow, this is news. What will Wagner do in response? Will they drive two more companies for slaughter? They think that the United States will run out of ammunition?
        1. GUKTU76
          GUKTU76 20 February 2018 13: 56
          +14
          Interesting too. But, I think that people with an intelligence a little more than yours work there.
          1. Korax71
            Korax71 20 February 2018 14: 46
            +6
            Judging by the latest events in drying and PMCs, the doubt creeps in that people with at least some intelligence work in these structures
            1. GUKTU76
              GUKTU76 20 February 2018 14: 48
              +5
              "Everyone imagines himself a strategist ..."
              1. twviewer
                twviewer 20 February 2018 16: 58
                +5
                Guys don’t quarrel; better send me a share from the ousted hegemon, otherwise you’ll be left without a pension, I beg you.
                1. CooL_SnipeR
                  CooL_SnipeR 20 February 2018 22: 43
                  +3
                  Quote: twviewer
                  send me a share from the deposed hegemon

                  They say that if you have brains or initiative ... you work, they pay a salary there or your business is poor. It’s silly to count on retirement now.
                  In general, the task of children to grow sensible, so that they do not send you to retirement homes
          2. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
            Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 21 February 2018 15: 13
            0
            > Wagner
            > People with intelligence

            yes you are a comedian, sir
            1. Valery Saitov
              Valery Saitov 22 February 2018 09: 20
              +1
              What does intelligence have to do with it?
              .... PMCs are created in order to solve specific tasks in specific places, as well as the fact that they are not troops that use all forms of military operations: defend, attack, encircle, capture, and so on. He noted that back in 2012 he stated the need to create PMCs, and the situation in Syria only confirmed this point. Major General is sure that they would be able to create the rear of the Syrian Arab Army ....
              Source: https://newinform.com/106141-chvk-kto-oni-takie-i
              -otkuda-poyavilis-ekspert-rasskazal-o-funkcii-dob
              rovolcev? utm_source = warfiles.ru
        2. trump
          trump 20 February 2018 16: 09
          +3
          Already many Americans and much more serious than you think, their hegemony is over, the further fate of your Israel
          very uncertain - sadness.
          You do not understand the essence of the article, but try to overpower - re-read the steak
          1. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
            Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 21 February 2018 15: 13
            0
            wow, and what do they say? Will they give up tomorrow, or the day after tomorrow?
      2. Petr1968
        Petr1968 20 February 2018 16: 09
        +4
        Quote: siberalt
        That Americans still had no response from Wagner. But she will not rust after him.

        Is it 5 people of unknown nationality? As Lavrov said, foreigners are solid there. They were marked, everyone was silent, threw themselves into wreaths and forgot. I don’t remember what someone would answer to the Americans normally. Even when NATO openly shot down our plane ... we ban tomatoes ... so answer on the couch)
        1. Nikolai Grek
          Nikolai Grek 20 February 2018 21: 47
          +4
          Quote: Petr1968
          They were marked, everyone was silent, threw themselves on wreaths and forgot

          if you’re arguing so by rumors, it was infa that the mothers of one of the fighters paid 5 Lyamas !!! it’s unlikely that they will appreciate you so much !!!

          Atyusheva noted that the stranger drove two thousand kilometers in a car to bring the body of her son. The man who introduced himself as Andrei also brought documents and money, relying on the death of a fighter, in the amount of five million rubles. He also took a receipt from a woman and left.
          http://www.topnews.ru/news_id_114035.html
          Quote: Petr1968
          I don’t remember what someone would answer to the Americans normally.

          and you report a lot of Americans and their henchmen you can recall the losses .... especially about their mercenaries !!!! fool fool fool
          1. Korax71
            Korax71 21 February 2018 10: 00
            +1
            Amers have never abandoned theirs. For a black water, the aircraft crumbled in Iraq for a very long time ironed everything. In Vietnam search teams are still working, they are searching, they recognize many search engines in Chechnya ????
            1. Nikolai Grek
              Nikolai Grek 21 February 2018 15: 51
              +5
              Quote: Korax71
              Amers have never abandoned theirs. For a black water, the aircraft crumbled in Iraq for a very long time ironed everything. In Vietnam search teams are still working, they are searching, they recognize many search engines in Chechnya ????

              hang this noodles Petka1968 hang !!! wink yes laughing laughing laughing
            2. KAV
              KAV 21 February 2018 16: 33
              +5
              Quote: Korax71
              Amers never abandoned theirs. For a black water, their aircraft crumbled in Iraq for a very long time ironed everything. Search detachments still work in Vietnam

              What??? Have you seen enough American militants? They have - yes, everything is very beautiful and sincere. A company is sent for one fighter, from which they lose half upon release. For some reason, they don’t give up! Will definitely come for their own! Well, well ... Khe Khe ...
              1. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
                Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 22 February 2018 01: 41
                +2
                forgot about Fallujah 2004?
            3. Valery Saitov
              Valery Saitov 22 February 2018 09: 24
              +3
              Nearly 3 weeks have passed since the outbreak of hostilities, but the US government made no attempt to evacuate its citizens from the conflict zone. The words of the representative of the US Department of State can be conveyed in one phrase: "save who can," because you should not expect help from the government. In this situation, the Russian Embassy came to the aid of people in need. In addition to Russians from neighboring countries, Russian diplomats helped evacuate 18 US citizens.

              Source: https://politikus.ru/events/47949-amerika-brosila
              -svoih-grazhdan-v-yemene-na-proizvol-sudby.html
              Politikus.ru
            4. LMN
              LMN 24 February 2018 15: 45
              +5
              Quote: Korax71
              Amers have never abandoned theirs. For a black water, the aircraft crumbled in Iraq for a very long time ironed everything. In Vietnam search teams are still working, they are searching, they recognize many search engines in Chechnya ????


              We saw in 2008 in Georgia how they did not abandon them ..
              1. Morrrow
                Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 42
                +1
                And how many Americans died in Georgia?
          2. Alexander Skorik
            Alexander Skorik 25 February 2018 23: 37
            +1
            They gave me an answer, even as they gave. when their barmalei instructors trained, then they covered our VKS and barmalei and instructors. (We didn’t know that they were training them, our intelligence reported, but we still didn’t know, and it was inadvertently ......) Actually, it’s time for Assad to introduce a no-fly zone over all of Syria, and we will help him in this.
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 20 February 2018 08: 06
      +4
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Considering American ambitions, it can be assumed that the United States will be “horned”,

      perhaps, but they now have an extremely unpleasant situation with the Turks, what's next? a good provocation, and the kneading will begin. and the Turks will certainly rake, but this will completely untie the hands of the states, and then the real partition of Syria will begin.
    3. Berber
      Berber 20 February 2018 12: 59
      +2
      By their actions they create problems not only for us, but also for everyone in the region. Including Israel, which had a chance to remain neutral. Now that Assad has intensified biting his elbows.
      1. AlNikolaich
        AlNikolaich 20 February 2018 18: 13
        +4
        Well, Assad is not so much strengthened! Everything is modest for now ... Turkey, if not cool, you still have to agree with Damascus on the Kurdish issue.
        Further, if Turkey clashes with America, it is not a fact that the Turks will rake. Turkey is very close, and the states are far away ... Israel and Iran, hell knows how to behave, but not to good ...
        So, while the prospects are foggy, and events will go, depending on the conflict that started first. Now bye-bye!
        1. Berber
          Berber 21 February 2018 16: 34
          +2
          How Iran will behave, it is more or less clear that neutrality will be minimized, and the Turks may support them, it is against the United States. But Turkey is not sure that it will go head-on against the states.
    4. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 24 February 2018 22: 24
      +1
      The United States will never withdraw its troops from Syria. They will come up with new oppositions, new igilas, but they will hold onto Syria with their teeth.
  2. Horseman without a head
    Horseman without a head 20 February 2018 07: 21
    +22
    that for whom it will become fatal - who knows
    maybe we’ll tear the navel before
    skinny
    1. Lycan
      Lycan 20 February 2018 13: 31
      +1
      It is important to comprehensively and coldly weigh the potentials
      Holding interests that chess pieces -
      The influence of a subtle but accurate game.
    2. Natalia777
      Natalia777 20 February 2018 14: 49
      +2
      In the US, unemployment is 50%. They live only if someone is robbed. And they especially have no one to rob. It’s necessary to feed the horde of unemployed 200 million. It’s hard for them. The debt bubble has already crossed reasonable boundaries.
      1. Petr1968
        Petr1968 20 February 2018 16: 11
        +8
        Quote: Natalia777
        In the US, unemployment is 50%. They live only if someone is robbed. And they especially have no one to rob. It’s necessary to feed the horde of unemployed 200 million. It’s hard for them. The debt bubble has already crossed reasonable boundaries.

        And the volcano will explode soon .. I also watched this program on REN TV))) By the way, don’t wear a trifle in your pockets. They already steal from us in the subway ... You need to feed 200 million snouts))))
        1. sharp-lad
          sharp-lad 20 February 2018 22: 48
          +1
          good But at the expense of the volcano, I would not have sworn! Let's hope for a timely warning from relevant scientists and the ability of humanity to withstand the consequences.
      2. Vlad.by
        Vlad.by 24 February 2018 22: 14
        0
        Where did you read this? About 50% of the unemployed then? This even our propaganda does not allow itself. Really in Iran? But, I doubt it very much.
  3. raw174
    raw174 20 February 2018 08: 04
    +27
    Often here, in VO opinions are expressed about the fallacy of Russia's intervention in the Syrian conflict.
    I believe that our chief chief has taken the right step. Yes, we bear and will bear losses in the ATS, but there is a result! We can bring some stability to the region, we don’t need a permanent hotbed there, maybe the Caucasus will fade, there will be our base, there will be our influence ... and most importantly, we gave the hegemon after all! Its goals have not been achieved and this is the failure of the United States in this matter, while the Arabs are beginning to look at Russia from a different angle ...
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 20 February 2018 08: 19
      +4
      Quote: raw174
      I believe that our chief chief has taken the right step. Yes, we bear and will bear losses in the ATS, but there is a result!

      Of course ... they didn’t let the “pipe” reach Europe ... Gazprom is pleased ...
      1. kenig1
        kenig1 20 February 2018 09: 16
        +9
        Are you not happy?
        1. Tula gingerbread
          Tula gingerbread 20 February 2018 15: 07
          +5
          I also do not understand the cries of those who yell - Gazprom, Gazprom.
          Gazprom is the largest payer to the Russian budget. Yes, the leadership of Gazprom has too much appetite, which annoys ordinary Russians.
          But this is a solvable issue.
      2. Natalia777
        Natalia777 20 February 2018 14: 52
        +1
        And this means that Europe is under Russia. The US is losing influence in Europe.
        1. Morrrow
          Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 45
          0
          Why don’t they lose the bases
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      1. kenig1
        kenig1 20 February 2018 09: 17
        +14
        You cry, hysteria in every comment.
      2. raw174
        raw174 20 February 2018 09: 32
        +26
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        Well, once again incomprehensible about what we got into Syria?

        Increase your influence in the region, including deploying troops on an ongoing basis and showing political will for military solutions.
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        If you wanted to help an ally, then this had to be done when Assad still had an economy, army and territory.

        I don’t know why they didn’t enter before, maybe Assad didn’t want to go under the Kremlin and hoped to come to an agreement with the West.
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        Well, we have strange allied relations, Turks, Jews, Americans beat the SSA whenever and wherever they want, and we express concern.

        But we do not need a war with the above ... We, Russia, defend the interests of the Allies as long as it is beneficial to us. International politics is not a yard where you have to stand up to your boys for the last. As soon as it is necessary to do something contrary to our interests, this is not necessary! Assad and I cannot baptize children, and not only because he is a Muslim. But I think our armed forces can help the Syrians, including rambling ones.
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        Can everyone in the manic desire of Gazprom protect themselves from competitors? And is everything so wonderful in our economy that we can spend billions on Syria?

        Gazprom is also part of our economy, maybe not everything is fine with us, but if we don’t show our teeth and defend our interests, we won’t be better ...
      3. midivan
        midivan 20 February 2018 14: 19
        +4
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        Can everyone in the manic desire of Gazprom protect themselves from competitors? And is everything so wonderful in our economy that we can spend billions on Syria?

        Gazprom’s manic nature is that it will return these billions, Syria will not pay money for a long time, and Gazprom will “tell” where to get it. yes If there is no money, I’ll tell you where to get it, sell the cow in her mouth ..... lol
        1. GUKTU76
          GUKTU76 20 February 2018 14: 56
          +1
          It turns out how easy it is to be a politician and an economist ...
      4. Natalia777
        Natalia777 20 February 2018 14: 57
        +1
        Are you a liberal? Only they look at the map and see a fig. I advise you to see what territory remained under the United States in Syria. And this territory is shrinking. And the fact that ISIS is destroyed in Syria is what Russia is doing right. The Ishilov’s interest was broken off well; now they don’t go from Afghanistan to Asia. They will sit like mice under a broom.
      5. businessv
        businessv 20 February 2018 16: 18
        +5
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        Well, once again incomprehensible about what we got into Syria?

        What's the point ?! How many times has it been said and all is useless? Put a card in front of you and figure out for yourself what will be done by the hegemon if Russia passes Syria, why write nonsense? Think for yourself why the hegemon needs a change of government? If I understand correctly, then the numbers 63 in the nickname is the year of birth? If so, we must remember that the ATS under the Union was one of the main suppliers of detergents, cosmetics, etc. I translate specifically for you: ATS is a long-standing partner of the USSR in the person of Russia. Not out of the blue operation. The original article, by the way, about Ukraine also contains: "In order to contribute to avoiding a boil, the United States must cease its efforts, similar to actions in the Donbass, in order to keep part of Syria under the control of itself or its proxies." As I understand it, all our authors are not authoritative for you, so special for you direct quote from Paul Pillar we are discussing.
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        Turks, Jews, Americans beat the SSA whenever and wherever they want, and we express concern.

        Regarding the SSA, it is an abbreviation of the allies of the Turks, Jews and Americans. Before you write anything, you must understand for yourself what you want to say. And yes, Gazprom is not the last niche in budgeting, so do not try to write about this giant in a derogatory tone. Well, about the squeamishness - I recommend checking the liver because causeless squeamishness is the first sign of disorder. Our Foreign Ministry to the whole world can give a head start in education, the rules for submitting information and conducting negotiations. These are not your no-negotiation-only-action-forward-last mattress-shaped
        e-will-think-if-remains-what. "
      6. V. Salama
        V. Salama 20 February 2018 17: 04
        +4
        Quote: Sapiens 63
        Well, once again incomprehensible about what we got into Syria? You just leave the tale about stopping terrorism at distant approaches Kiselev ...
        If you wanted to help an ally, then this had to be done when Assad still had an economy, army and territory.

        Well, we have strange allied relations, Turks, Jews and Americans beat the SSA whenever and wherever they want ...
        Can everyone in the manic desire of Gazprom protect themselves from competitors? And is everything so wonderful in our economy that we can spend billions on Syria?
        ...
        I did not understand your logic. The economy is bad, there is no money. And why did we get into Syria - Gazprom has a manic desire ... but Gazprom has billions.
        I think that the logic here is understandable and determined by three well-known statements: “eat fish and ride a tram,” “you want to and inject”, “a Russian man is rich in hindsight”.
        It is foolish to deny that Syria is our last outpost for the fight against terrorism, which was prepared for us by the United States, Emirates, Turkey and Kuwait. This is about the distant approaches ... Yes, it was necessary to help Syria earlier - starting from Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya ... We were friends with the enemy, we realized at the last moment (in hindsight). The stump is clear that I would like one blow of seven, but is pricked so far in different places. Well, how is there still without the interest of the oligarchs, tea capitalism in the yard (I'm talking about a fish with a tram).
        1. helmi8
          helmi8 20 February 2018 21: 34
          +2
          Quote: V. Salama
          Yes, it was necessary to help Syria earlier - starting from Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya ... We were friends with the enemy, we caught ourselves at the last moment (hindsight).

          Everything is as if right, but ... You need to go to the rescue when you are ready for this. And "earlier" this readiness was not. And now it’s not yet fully, not the way we would like ... Therefore, now we have what we have ...
      7. flicker
        flicker 20 February 2018 17: 58
        +2
        Quote: Sapiens 63

        Well, the events near Hishim showed who the superpower and hegemon are today. And the cowardly bleating of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Defense in an attempt to shut up so as not to cast a shadow on anyone, causes shame and disgust
        After the events "under Hishima", your hegemon diapers do not have time to change. because now in Syria (and anywhere) PMCs will nightmare (it will also consist of Arabs, Kurds, Persians, etc.). Now they’ll just tighten the air defense, agree with the Kurds, and then look at the hegemon.
        1. Morrrow
          Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 48
          0
          Dreams Dreams.
          1. flicker
            flicker 25 February 2018 17: 12
            +2
            Dreams Dreams.
            Read about the events in eastern Ghouta. and why are Americans asking for a truce?
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    3. Petr1968
      Petr1968 20 February 2018 16: 13
      0
      Quote: raw174
      I believe that our chief chief has taken the right step. Yes, we bear and will bear losses in the ATS, but there is a result!

      Further Africa, there are also unstable regions .. Well, and the losses ... women still give birth, the stability of the Syrians and blacks is more important !!!!! I’m going to vote for Putin too !!!
      1. flicker
        flicker 20 February 2018 20: 37
        +4
        Well, the losses ... women still give birth
        Another thing is in Israel, while the “women” are serving there, men are knocking on the keys, and they are trolling enemies.
      2. raw174
        raw174 21 February 2018 06: 37
        +3
        Quote: Petr1968
        More Africa

        If our country has interests there that will need to be defended, then it is imperative. While there are none ...
        Quote: Petr1968
        the stability of the Syrians and blacks is paramount!

        It’s not about the Syrians and Negroes and their stability, the fact is that if it weren’t for Russia, Assad would have already overthrown the “caliphate” under the leadership of our sworn partners, would have already run the whole Middle East, and the third Chechen and Dagestan companies there just around the corner and another NATO base is at hand ... So think about whether you need to get into the SAR ... I'm not talking about confronting the Americans, we should do it ...
        1. Morrrow
          Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 49
          0
          Well, blow their bases in Syria or weak?
          1. raw174
            raw174 26 February 2018 10: 05
            +1
            Quote: Morrrow
            Well, blow their bases in Syria or weak?

            Whose? Amerikosov? Do you want World III? confront and fight - not the same thing ...
    4. Berber
      Berber 21 February 2018 16: 36
      +2
      That's right - on someone else’s territory, the losses for any will be less.
  4. alex-cn
    alex-cn 20 February 2018 08: 35
    +5
    It seems to me that the situation in the BV is, on the contrary, very ambiguous ... the Turks and Kurds "wave their tails and yours and ours," the Israelis also look like a crossroads. Iran seems to be ready to fight, but fears. For GDP and Lavrov, this site is worse than toothache ... and work there is no end.
  5. steelmaker
    steelmaker 20 February 2018 09: 44
    +6
    Come on! Soon to sing laudatory odes to Putin. The USA and Turkey captured the floor of Syria and Russia is only watching. The United States benefits from Putin staying. For some reason, no where and no one says that Putin violates the Constitution of Russia. But this is a "horse" shit!
    1. Petr1968
      Petr1968 20 February 2018 17: 33
      0
      Quote: steel maker
      Why doesn’t anyone say that Putin violates the Constitution of Russia

      Does not break. Constitutional Court affirmed.
    2. Valery Saitov
      Valery Saitov 22 February 2018 09: 27
      0
      US and Turkey seized the floor of Syria ...)))
      You at least look at the news.
      1. Morrrow
        Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 52
        0
        These are the facts. Racca and Manbridge are full of Americans
  6. BAI
    BAI 20 February 2018 09: 55
    +4
    After all, the return of the Golan Heights has never been removed from the political agenda for Damascus, and no international organization will be able to object to anything if Damascus with the help of Tehran ever, in the foreseeable future, wants to return this “original Syrian territory”.

    About the Golan, as about the Crimea and the South Kuril Islands you can forget. The question is closed, and the existing borders of the states will not change. Changes are possible only by military means, but who will predict the outcome of hostilities?
    1. Baloo
      Baloo 20 February 2018 10: 01
      +3
      Quote: BAI
      Changes are possible only by military means, but who will predict the outcome of hostilities?

      Here I am about the same. Sooner to bury the hegemon of evil, everything is just beginning. Syrians and Kurds need to listen to Moscow or everyone will feel bad. Against those and other Hegemon of evil - the United States and the even more sophisticated enemy Turks. Until both have unacceptable losses, the massacre in Syria will not stop.
      1. flicker
        flicker 20 February 2018 12: 25
        +5
        Sooner to bury the hegemon of evil, everything is just beginning.
        That's just the "hegemon of evil" to sow evil (you need a war inside Syria), desperately need proxy troops. Was ISIS, but swam away; Now they are trying to provoke the Kurds to the massacre with the Syrians, but it turns out only against the Turks, which further complicates the relations between the USA and Turkey, the USA and the Kurds. I really want to unleash a massacre between the Turks and Syria, but this massacre does not pass in the Turkish-Kurdish, etc. etc. From here, the hegemon of evil has only one proxy troops — this is Israel, but they are troops only together with the amers.
      2. Natalia777
        Natalia777 20 February 2018 15: 01
        +1
        The fact that the Turks clashed with the United States is good. Amers will have to leave.
        1. Morrrow
          Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 54
          0
          Will the nuclear power have to leave? Who decided this?
  7. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 20 February 2018 10: 17
    +4
    Russia has plunged into Syria, it is "plunged" - "I can’t do it at all." It’s like the United States got into Iraq and Afghanistan, but the Americans are “draining” - they are “milking” these countries in full, while Russia is just wasting and there is no end to these expenses ....
    1. masterovoy
      masterovoy 20 February 2018 11: 46
      +10
      Well, of course, you are “more visible” under the US flag, but in Russia, in your opinion, have no eyes, no ears, or are you all measuring the “loot”?
    2. turbris
      turbris 20 February 2018 12: 33
      +6
      Yes, calm down, where the United States got into it does not go to any comparison. Russia will definitely leave Syria, except for the bases of course, but the United States - from Syria and Iraq, Afghanistan, and also from Europe and Japan, this can be continued for a long time. How many US military bases abroad do not remind?
      1. Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
        Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg) 20 February 2018 14: 03
        +2
        > and also from Europe and Japan

        bet the US will leave there later than we are from Syria?
    3. Natalia777
      Natalia777 20 February 2018 15: 03
      0
      You are not up to date. In Iraq, Russia pumps oil. And in Syria, amers and Turks blocked off oxygen for a long time. So the US has a paw.
      1. Petr1968
        Petr1968 20 February 2018 17: 35
        +2
        Quote: Natalia777
        In Iraq, Russia pumps oil. And in Syria, amers and Turks blocked oxygen for a long time

        Can the figures be in the studio, how much oil does America pump, and how much Russia? In Google banned ????
        1. Lieutenant Captain
          Lieutenant Captain 20 February 2018 17: 39
          +3
          Quote: Petr1968
          Can the figures be in the studio, how much oil does America pump, and how much Russia?

          It will not lead, the main thing is to bark, and at least do not dawn there.
    4. businessv
      businessv 20 February 2018 16: 27
      +2
      Quote: Monster_Fat
      Americans "drain" - "milk" these countries in full, while Russia is only wasting and there is no end to these expenses ....

      If you do not know, then in January, an agreement was signed on assistance in the sale of Syrian hydrocarbons. What do you think, is this thanks?
      1. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat 20 February 2018 17: 04
        +2
        What do you think, is this thanks?

        This is for loans that are then “forgiven” (as usual wink ), and for the mythical "future preferences" - which no one will ever see, and ...... it turns out that - for "thank you" ... winked
  8. Romka47
    Romka47 20 February 2018 11: 30
    +6
    We stock up on popcorn and wait ... But seriously, in America, too, are not fools, they can come up with some cunning nasty stuff, and they probably already thought of it. But wait and see.
  9. turbris
    turbris 20 February 2018 12: 16
    +9
    Quote: Sapiens 63
    Well, once again dull about why we got into Syria?

    Well, of course, you are “understanding” ours, you are only interested in one concept: “Can everyone in the manic desire of Gazprom protect itself from competitors? And is everything so wonderful in our economy that we can spend billions on Syria?” Maybe the whole point is your elementary ignorance and the desire to simply discredit the existing government?
  10. turbris
    turbris 20 February 2018 12: 26
    +6
    Quote: steel maker
    Come on! Soon to sing laudatory odes to Putin.

    And no one here sings anything to anyone except you, who are scared that they say something good about the head of state, you are one of these, like this, “critics,” for whom the main thing is that everything is “bad.”
  11. unsinkable
    unsinkable 20 February 2018 12: 34
    +1
    Quote: steel maker
    steelmaker

    How do you cook steel with a head that does not cook.
    1. 97110
      97110 20 February 2018 13: 48
      +2
      Quote: unsinkable
      How do you cook steel with a head that does not cook.

      I heard from officers of the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet that the commander should be smart. And the staff is physically strong. So everything there, the steelworkers, is normal.
  12. unsinkable
    unsinkable 20 February 2018 12: 39
    +2
    Quote: turbris
    Maybe the whole point is your elementary ignorance and the desire to simply discredit the existing government?

    I am convinced that you said. good
    Sapiens is * individual * from the category of all-liberal liberals.
  13. high
    high 20 February 2018 12: 54
    0
    Iran’s military doctrine provides for the destruction of the state of Israel as such, and over the past decade, that is, during the implementation of the American plan for the reconstruction of the Middle East. Tehran has noticeably intensified and today already poses a real threat to the existence of Israel. Moreover, his armed forces are already literally a few tens of kilometers from the Israeli border[/ I][I]
    This is an explanation for “fervent patriots” who don’t understand why Israel periodically destroys the “peaceful” Iranian arms depots in Syria supplied to him by the Hezbollah terrorists ..
    Iran never realizes its military doctrine on the destruction of Israel from its territory - apparently, Iran believes in the Western media that 2 Israeli submarines are always on duty near Iran, which, with its aggression, can turn Iran into the Gobi Desert ...
    Therefore, Iran is preparing aggression against Israel from the territory of Syria and is arming terrorist organizations, such as Hezbollah, so that they attack Israel, away from the borders of Iran ...
    Syria does not need a war with Israel, but Assad, alas, is no longer the master of Syria ......
    1. meandr51
      meandr51 20 February 2018 13: 56
      +3
      Nefig had Assad topple. But boats can be drowned. Accidentally.
    2. Natalia777
      Natalia777 20 February 2018 15: 09
      +3
      Iran has an S-300 and will soon have an S-400. Weapons need to not be tempted by the United States and Israel to start a war against Iran. Syria is not going to fight against Israel and Assad rules Syria with the support of Russia.
    3. jhltyjyjctw
      jhltyjyjctw 24 February 2018 21: 09
      0
      Quote: alta
      Syria does not need a war with Israel, but Assad, alas, is no longer the master of Syria ..


      Your director knows who is the master of Syria. How to fly to Moscow flies. So do not worry, he also does not need a war with Israel.
  14. Radikal
    Radikal 20 February 2018 12: 57
    +2
    Overthrown hegemon. The war in Syria has become fatal for Washington
    However, it is curious - he began to recognize some “authors” by the headings of their “articles”. laughing wassat
  15. Radikal
    Radikal 20 February 2018 13: 09
    +4
    Quote: turbris
    Quote: Sapiens 63
    Well, once again dull about why we got into Syria?

    Well, of course, you are “understanding” ours, you are only interested in one concept: “Can everyone in the manic desire of Gazprom protect itself from competitors? And is everything so wonderful in our economy that we can spend billions on Syria?” Maybe the whole point is your elementary ignorance and the desire to simply discredit the existing government?

    No one can discredit the current government more than she does it regularly, and in various fields! sad
    1. Natalia777
      Natalia777 20 February 2018 15: 11
      0
      It seems that you pretend to be Stalin, but you console yourself as a stubborn liberal with fairy tales about bad power. So go to the USA - there they will do well.
    2. turbris
      turbris 20 February 2018 20: 15
      +2
      Quote: Radikal
      No one can discredit the current government more than she does it regularly, and in various fields!

      Well, just a fiery and pre-prepared proposal for all occasions, are you waiting for applause? They will not be, due to the stereotyped and lack of connection with life.
  16. Prutkov
    Prutkov 20 February 2018 13: 09
    +11
    Quote: Monster_Fat
    Russia has plunged into Syria, it is "plunged" - "I can’t do it at all." It’s like the United States got into Iraq and Afghanistan, but the Americans are “draining” - they are “milking” these countries in full, while Russia is just wasting and there is no end to these expenses ....

    The United States pays 1,5 billion euros per year for the rental of Ramstein base in Germany. Plus, infrastructure maintenance up to $ 300 million. Russia does not pay for the rent of Tartus and Hmeimim. Yes, the maintenance of bases and the conduct of hostilities have costs. But they fit in the same amount. And given that they are fighting mainly on old Soviet stocks, which still need to be updated or disposed of, the costs are very adequate. Well, about strategic gains, such as preventing the construction of the Qatari oil pipeline, control of the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East, we can’t talk about it. So shout louder: "Everything is gone!"
  17. high
    high 20 February 2018 13: 24
    +1
    Many have forgotten why there are so many players today in Syria ...
    Assad's dictatorial regime for 40 years rested on the bayonets of the Alawites, which in Syria are 10-20%.
    The population of Smriy decided to throw off the dictatorship and took up arms.
    In order not to lose a valuable ally, Russia began to supply weapons to Assad and during this civil war, about 300 thousand people died.
    During the civil war, IS came from Iraq and began to destroy both of them.
    Russia, purely for economic reasons, so that Kuwait does not lay a gas pipeline through Syria to Turkey and Europe and doesn’t, shut down, Gazprom, has sent troops to Syria (General Ivashov explained Russia's eco-economic interests in Syria) ..
    Assad terrorists also began to help Iran with Hisbollah.
    The USA did not participate in these disassemblies, as Nobel laureate, for Peace,. President Obama ,, held the laureate’s stamp, .... only with the advent of Trump, the United States came to Syria ...
    1. dog breeder
      dog breeder 20 February 2018 13: 49
      +3
      high
      The USA did not participate in these disassemblies, as Nobel laureate, for Peace,. President Obama ,, held the laureate’s stamp, .... only with the advent of Trump, the United States came to Syria ...

      But from now on in more detail!
    2. meandr51
      meandr51 20 February 2018 14: 02
      +5
      Nobel snobel, peace prize ... In fact, noodles on the ears are of better quality. But for a Nazi-terrorist state, based on American bayonets and silver pieces, it will do.
    3. vadson
      vadson 20 February 2018 14: 12
      +7
      Quote: alta
      Assad's dictatorial regime for 40 years rested on the bayonets of the Alawites, which in Syria are 10-20%.

      lived under the assad and no one poisoned their chemical weapons and did not cut their heads
      Quote: alta
      The population of Smriy decided to throw off the dictatorship and took up arms.


      Quote: alta
      so that Kuwait does not lay a gas pipeline through Syria to Turkey and Europe and doesn’t, shut down, Gazprom

      )))) so this is where the radicals get money for revolution - this is external interference, consider the enemies and it’s right that they are beaten if they took up arms
      Quote: alta
      In order not to lose a valuable ally, Russia began to supply weapons to Assad and during this civil war, about 300 thousand people died.

      if militants speak out against the legitimate president openly with weapons in their hands, you will not support an ally?
      Quote: alta
      During the civil war, IS came from Iraq and began to destroy both of them.

      where from ig in iraq remind
      Quote: alta
      Russia, purely for economic reasons, so that Kuwait does not lay a gas pipeline through Syria to Turkey and Europe and doesn’t, shut down, Gazprom, has sent troops to Syria (General Ivashov explained Russia's eco-economic interests in Syria) ..

      who forbade to defend their interests? not we started it, but Kuwait, the current situation before the civil war suited us. look how the usa is fighting against the north stream 2, if instead of us there was for example Kuwait they would roll it like Iraq
      Quote: alta
      Assad terrorists also began to help Iran with Hisbollah.

      I agree to the account of Hizbola - they are recognized as terrorists, to the account of Iran, who do you mean about Iran? population, army, xer, leadership? do not take many yourself declaring Iran a terrorist state?
      Quote: alta
      The USA did not participate in these disassemblies, as Nobel laureate, for Peace,. President Obama ,, held the laureate’s stamp, .... only with the advent of Trump, the United States came to Syria ...

      yourself not funny? where the barmaley got western weapons. medications, instructors, etc.?
      1. Petr1968
        Petr1968 20 February 2018 16: 14
        0
        Quote: vadson
        yourself not funny? where the barmaley got western weapons. medications, instructors, etc.?

        Where are the Kalash from? And the Chinese drones?)))) And the instructors are PMCs?)))
      2. Morrrow
        Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 58
        0
        What instructors?
    4. Natalia777
      Natalia777 20 February 2018 15: 14
      0
      You citizen to be treated, treated and treated. (V.I. Lenin).
    5. Wolka
      Wolka 20 February 2018 18: 56
      +3
      that a lot of hot Jewish guys divorced on the site with "their" opinion about the Syrian war and events, especially the latest ...
      1. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 21 February 2018 00: 06
        +4
        Quote: Volka
        what a painful lot on the site divorced hot Jewish guys with "their" opinion

        Yes, good. This is something like local ghosts, angry, but generally harmless. Something like Kovtun, Bohm and pshek on TV spills, with the difference that no one is paid to VO for participating in the "show" (they drown as if for the "idea"). yes All, as one, do not like Iran, Hezbollah and Assad ... but, yes, for some reason, Comrade Kim. wassat In general, they are funny, funny, without them it would be boring. laughing
    6. turbris
      turbris 20 February 2018 20: 26
      +3
      We have not forgotten and we have already heard these tales. Syria under Assad was a magnificent and dynamically developing country, but someone decided to democratize it, do not you remind who? Is not that laureate who was not? Who supplied the weapons to Syria, for which, as you write, the people took up? Assad did not allow Kuwait to lay a gas pipeline, so what needs to be done? Assad to remove the hands of the opposition first, what did not work, and then ISIS? Who prepared and supplied both of them? No, of course not the USA, they were not there. You are a naive person or you are presented with all this.
    7. sharp-lad
      sharp-lad 20 February 2018 23: 02
      0
      One question: are you Jacob or Wilhelm Grimm?
    8. jhltyjyjctw
      jhltyjyjctw 24 February 2018 21: 44
      0
      Quote: alta
      Assad's dictatorial regime for 40 years rested on the bayonets of the Alawites, which in Syria are 10-20%.


      How is the Assad regime in Syria different from the Netanyahu regime in Israel?

      Quote: alta
      During the civil war, IS came from Iraq and began to destroy both of them.


      How did ISIS appear in Iraq? Has it flown from Mars?



      Quote: alta
      Russia, purely for economic reasons, so that Kuwait does not lay a gas pipeline through Syria to Turkey and Europe and doesn’t, shut down, Gazprom, has sent troops to Syria (General Ivashov explained Russia's eco-economic interests in Syria) ..


      And what's wrong with that? The state acts in the interests of the state corporation. Cold politics of state interests. But the USA doesn’t? Why did Israel occupy the Galanian heights?

      Quote: alta
      Assad terrorists also began to help Iran with Hisbollah.


      Use terrorists against other terrorists. What's bad about it? The enemy of my enemy is my friend. And why is Israel bombing the territory of a sovereign state? Who gave him such a right?

      Quote: alta
      The USA did not participate in these disassemblies, as Nobel laureate, for Peace,. President Obama ,, held the laureate’s stamp, .... only with the advent of Trump, the United States came to Syria ...


      The United States created ISIS and began to tear Syria apart, in the interests of its corporations. Syria has a lot of energy, so Syria is out of luck. And Syria has a very favorable geographical location, in terms of geopolitics. Again, you can arrange their traffic to Europe from the Middle East. Israel did not want this? And in the US, the Obama regime has been replaced by the Trump regime. Just...
  18. Sergey_I
    Sergey_I 20 February 2018 13: 43
    0
    Quote: Balu
    Syrians and Kurds need to listen to Moscow or everyone will feel bad. Against Both Hegemon of Evil - USA

    Is it not for the Kurds that with the help of the states, our PMC turns 200 into a cargo?
    1. meandr51
      meandr51 20 February 2018 14: 03
      +1
      Yes, Kurds are a great power. As many as 5 people. neutralized with the B-52. Come on, they will like it.
  19. Sergey_I
    Sergey_I 20 February 2018 13: 47
    0
    Quote: Rods
    Russia does not pay for the rent of Tartus and Hmeimim. Yes, the maintenance of bases and the conduct of hostilities have costs. But they fit in the same amount. And given that they are fighting mainly on old Soviet stocks, which still need to be updated or disposed of, the costs are very adequate.

    Well, yes, it’s like when troops were sent to Syria they said that “No extra spending, the same amount is spent on exercises”?
    Apparently, in exercises and calibers worth $ 20-30 million apiece they regularly shoot dozens?
    And spending on Syria will only increase, the country has no budget, we will have to feed and restore them. At the expense of the Russian budget
    1. LASVEGAS
      LASVEGAS 20 February 2018 15: 52
      +2
      And with what fright, "Caliber" has so risen in price? I understand inflation, the rate is jumping, but where are SUCH numbers ?!
    2. jhltyjyjctw
      jhltyjyjctw 24 February 2018 21: 47
      0
      Quote: Sergey_I
      And spending on Syria will only increase, the country has no budget, we will have to feed and restore them. At the expense of the Russian budget


      I also pay taxes. I'm not against.
  20. Slava slava
    Slava slava 20 February 2018 13: 55
    +1
    And what actually changed for the Americans in Syria after the “defeat of the Isil.” Virtually nothing. The United States still owns oil fields and refineries in the province of Deir ez-Zor. Only the guards of these objects changed to the Kurds, who were promised their own state, and even and well armed. The Turks, meanwhile, are clearing a corridor in northwestern Syria to expand their transit territory for Syrian hydrocarbons to Europe. Erdogan will do well without the Turkish Stream, as always following its defector tactics, only now to the United States.
  21. sib.ataman
    sib.ataman 20 February 2018 13: 58
    +4
    Sometimes it strikes to what extent you love your homeland, gentlemen, all-crawlers! How much you need to love her so much that in every step of the GDP and his team you see almost all the signs of an impending universal catastrophe! It is clear that the GDP is not yet the whole of Russia, but whatever you say, but it is ahead of the whole column, which Russia is called! And the decision to help Syria is more than wise and balanced, it is the only right one at that time. Judge for yourself:
    1. Pull the country out of the swamp in which it was planted by our sworn partners and their ° needed? Yes, definitely! But what if 2/3 of the country is all-crawling, and the rest do not moo or calve. Of course, getting into this ball of hissing and stinging snakes was more than risky! But what an effect on the results achieved! And, most importantly, they themselves suddenly realized that we could! And it's worth it!
    2. Was it necessary to regain international authority? But this is not just respect, it is primarily a recognition of the status of one of the international leaders, and favorable economic relations. Well, who will be against a piece of bread and butter, and even with sausage! One of the all-crawlers will say that it was necessary to save the Donbass! This, of course, is true, but only after Crimea we for the whole world turned into an aggressor country, and the Bandera junta did not call us for help, mind you, an important moment.
    3. And what a powerful impetus the Syrian epic gave the military-industrial complex, and from there along the chains and beyond! It is not bad to correct due to the war your punctures in different areas of the rest of your life, but here participation in the war really rocked the pendulum inside the country towards improvement! And how many squeals-squeals-we won’t pull! Yes, it’s not a cheap pleasure, but it’s not only pulled, but also began to stretch life towards adjustment! Real prospects dawned! And this, of course, is worth a lot! So was it worth getting involved? Do you keep pushing that everything is in vain?
  22. andrew xnumx
    andrew xnumx 20 February 2018 14: 06
    +1
    It is difficult to speak out on foreign affairs, but I will try. Yes, Iran has greatly helped and is helping us in Syria, and today it is our situational ally. But we must decide the agenda in Syria, and the consolidation of Iran there as well as China, which is also torn there, is not profitable for us. From this country we will control the Middle East. And I think in this vein, both Israel and the United States should recognize Russia's priority in Syria, and we will try to ensure the impossibility of military contact between Israel and Iran.
    1. jhltyjyjctw
      jhltyjyjctw 24 February 2018 21: 49
      0
      Quote: andrew 07
      And I think in this vein, both Israel and the United States should recognize Russia's priority in Syria, and we will try to ensure the impossibility of military contact between Israel and Iran.


      It remains to convince the United States and Israel.
  23. kaschey
    kaschey 20 February 2018 14: 08
    +1
    "Turkey’s transition to the enemy’s camp is almost the main defeat of the United States in the Middle East for all recent years of confrontation."
    I do not think that the ongoing extermination of the Kurds can be called a defeat for the United States, rather the opposite ...
    But Turkey did not go to the state’s enemy camp and is not going to go, at least in the next 50 years ....
    1. jhltyjyjctw
      jhltyjyjctw 24 February 2018 21: 50
      0
      Quote: kaschey
      But Turkey did not go to the state’s enemy camp and is not going to go, at least in the next 50 years ....
      Reply Qi


      In the next 500 years.
  24. Natalia777
    Natalia777 20 February 2018 14: 44
    +2
    The United States received in Syria not only for crimes in the Middle East, but also for Ukraine. I hope that the USA will pay EVERYTHING for Ukraine and for the destruction of 95 million Indians and will finally be DESTROYED.
  25. Radikal
    Radikal 20 February 2018 15: 41
    +1
    Quote: Natalia777
    It seems that you pretend to be Stalin, but you console yourself as a stubborn liberal with fairy tales about bad power. So go to the USA - there they will do well.

    "Stubborn liberal" are you talking about the Guarantor? He calls himself the first liberal! I am a communist, and you are just ku_r_itsa, who quietly pecks what is under her nose, and then sees nothing. lol
    1. B.T.V.
      B.T.V. 20 February 2018 21: 47
      0
      Quote: Radikal
      I am a communist, and you are just ku_r_itsa, who quietly pecks what is under her nose, and then sees nothing.


      An answer worthy of a "real man", or, you, just a "communist" ?!
  26. astankard
    astankard 20 February 2018 15: 55
    +3
    Yes, no Americans in Syria have problems. Everyone else has problems.
    The United States will simply stir up the water there, spit in the wells and crap, crap and crap!
    Syria will not take the heights - the American coalition will not give, and Israel has already distributed the lyuley to everyone in the district! And he will give out, with one, a la, without an ensemble.
    Someone is sure that the Americans are not looking for a reason to start a war with Syria? And they will find, they will strike, and there will be no combat-ready Syrian army and Iran will “wither”.
    Is Russia getting involved in the war over Syria? Will China get involved? I doubt it.
    So amers to the bulb our opinions, they will stir up the water, spit in the wells and crap, crap and crap.
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      1. astankard
        astankard 20 February 2018 17: 16
        +3
        And yours, from the Outskirts, especially.
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    1. turbris
      turbris 20 February 2018 20: 42
      +4
      Wind of Changes - Could you clarify who, when and why specifically gouged? Again gorilki lashed, heaps with the wind? Continue licking amers, it’s better for you than talking on this site or knocking a couple of times on the pan can clear up in your head.
    2. jhltyjyjctw
      jhltyjyjctw 24 February 2018 21: 53
      0
      Quote: Wind of Change
      The United States has "been terrified / delighted / admired" from the crafts of the crooked Russian little hands in 24/7 mode for several years now. And how did it end? Ikhtamnetov was crushed, those who lacked S-100500 slammed into the trash, the bald winner was completely gone ... Sit and don’t shine, warriors of the mother.


      Yes, my generalissimo.
  28. V. Salama
    V. Salama 20 February 2018 16: 23
    +3
    A lulling article. The hegemon has a crisis, you might think the rest are hurt. Nothing has ended yet and it is too early to talk about sustainable trends. It can be argued that the undercover fight is in full swing and any of the players can make a mistake and anyone can throw it corny.
  29. Sergey_I
    Sergey_I 20 February 2018 17: 16
    0
    Quote: Wind of Change
    Sit and do not shine, warriors of mother.

    Strong players in any game, so first succumb to lure the enemy ...
    And then they will cry and leave.
  30. businessv
    businessv 20 February 2018 17: 49
    +2
    Yuri, as usual, thanks for the review of an interesting article. I would like to provide a translation of the part of the article in which the authoritative author Paul Pillar writes about Israel:
    “Not only has Assad been around (in Syria) for decades; there have been ties between Damascus, Moscow and Tehran. And during these decades, the Assad regime, with its support from Russia and Iran, was the devil for Israel, with whom he met - Israel, which has surprisingly calm borders (with Syria), despite the occupation of part of Syria (the Golan Heights, 2/3 of the parts were "squeezed" by Israel in 1967). He continued to use it, despite the war raging in Syria. Shots fired across the border were almost all from Israel to Syria, and not vice versa. " So Yuri softened the situation a little more, about which the author wrote!))
  31. Wolka
    Wolka 20 February 2018 18: 49
    0
    but I think the Yankees have neither the first nor the second ...
  32. groks
    groks 20 February 2018 19: 11
    +2
    As usual - far from reality. The USA do what they want and where they want. Including in Syria. And they spit on all expressions of concern.
  33. turbris
    turbris 20 February 2018 20: 35
    +1
    Quote: Sergey_I
    Apparently, in exercises and calibers worth $ 20-30 million apiece they regularly shoot dozens?

    You are certainly a great specialist, especially in terms of rocket prices, have you come up with the prices yourself, or who suggested it?
  34. Curious
    Curious 20 February 2018 22: 20
    0
    Those who have at least some idea of ​​the English language I suggest to follow the link and read the article in the original. You will be surprised to find that the presentation of Mr. Podolyaka, to put it mildly, is not about that. And about the fact that "the United States should abandon megalomania in Syria. The time has passed when they could do anything anywhere in the world with anyone," the article does not say a word. The author should not wishful thinking.
  35. Radikal
    Radikal 20 February 2018 22: 34
    0
    Quote: B.T.W.
    Quote: Radikal
    I am a communist, and you are just ku_r_itsa, who quietly pecks what is under her nose, and then sees nothing.


    An answer worthy of a "real man", or, you, just a "communist" ?!

    As I understand it, you as a "real man" decided to stand up for an adherent of your sect? It is commendable, in this case, the flag (Olympic) in your hands, a drum around your neck, and of course the portrait of the "sun-faced" in front - how could you do without it !!! Oh yes, I forgot - the locomotive of your entire "sect" to meet! sad
  36. Lexus
    Lexus 20 February 2018 23: 48
    +2
    Overthrown Hegemon

    Are we in a hurry to celebrate?
  37. Radikal
    Radikal 21 February 2018 12: 16
    +1
    Quote: astankard
    Yes, no Americans in Syria have problems. Everyone else has problems.
    The United States will simply stir up the water there, spit in the wells and crap, crap and crap!
    Syria will not take the heights - the American coalition will not give, and Israel has already distributed the lyuley to everyone in the district! And he will give out, with one, a la, without an ensemble.
    Someone is sure that the Americans are not looking for a reason to start a war with Syria? And they will find, they will strike, and there will be no combat-ready Syrian army and Iran will “wither”.
    Is Russia getting involved in the war over Syria? Will China get involved? I doubt it.
    So amers to the bulb our opinions, they will stir up the water, spit in the wells and crap, crap and crap.

    yes good
  38. turbris
    turbris 21 February 2018 12: 17
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    Quote: Radikal
    As I understand it, you as a "real man" decided to stand up for an adherent of your sect?

    You have a clear shift in relation to adherents, you often repeat this word in comments. Or just liked it or there is nothing more to say, let's talk more about this in our sect, okay? And then it’s not at all interesting to read you.
  39. 1536
    1536 22 February 2018 10: 25
    +1
    The Americans control most of Syria, and the part where the oil fields are concentrated. What should the US see "fatal" events for itself is completely incomprehensible? Rather, the question is for our government, which, declaring victory, as a result, did not receive any preferences and dividends except, perhaps, military bases on the Mediterranean coast. But they were already there.
  40. ver_
    ver_ 23 February 2018 04: 34
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    Quote: Evgeny Goncharov (smoogg)
    > Wagner
    > People with intelligence

    yes you are a comedian, sir

    ..the Jews have always been and are witty people ..
  41. Morrrow
    Morrrow 24 February 2018 22: 36
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    This is ANALYTICS! The author of what mushrooms did you eat? Rash
  42. tracer
    tracer 27 February 2018 17: 37
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    As for the "deposed hegemon" ..... Is it the great Ukrainians who gave the pipe to the author ?. I assure you, "the client is more likely alive" ... And believe me, it feels pretty good.