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On the upcoming triumph of "democracy" in Damascus

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On the upcoming triumph of "democracy" in Damascus5 June, Syrian TV channels reported that Syria expelled ambassadors from the country of the United States, Britain, France, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, as well as attorneys in affairs of Belgium, Bulgaria and Canada. In late May, a number of countries included in the so-called “Group Friends of Syria, ”announced the decision to expel the ambassadors of Syria, and in some cases other Syrian diplomats in connection with reports of the alleged involvement of Damascus in the tragedy in the village of Hula, where more than 100 civilians died. As you can see, the noose around Bashar Assad’s neck is compressed, he has practically nothing to breathe.

The concept of "controlled chaos" from the Maghreb to Indonesia, elevated to the rank of the global foreign policy doctrine of the United States, is successfully implemented in life, without encountering any resistance on its way. By the way, among those who resist it is necessary to name Russia and China, who sometimes veto NATO resolutions in the UN Security Council. However, the veto of these two great powers practically have no meaning: if the invasion of the territory of a sovereign state is recognized as the highest priority (with the motivation of protecting supposedly civilians from their own barbaric government), then it can be implemented under the auspices of NATO, and providing political will to the sacrificial countries air defense systems - over the past 20 years, neither China nor Russia has had enough.

So Yugoslavia was betrayed (in 1999 it was said that several C-300 installations were enough to prevent NATO bombardment: it is indisputable that the Western allies would not allow themselves to lose planes worth $ 100 million every second). With the tacit consent (or inaction) of China and Russia, NATO managed to introduce perpetual chaos in Libya, before that - in Iraq. Today is Syria.

Will the Assad regime withstand the Western threat? No doubt not. The question of its displacement and the introduction of chaos in peaceful Syria is a matter of time. Bashar Asad fights with rebels armed with Western money and weapons, alone: ​​neither Russia nor China does not give him any meaningful support. And significant support in this situation means three things: air defense weapons, assistance in organizing the country's defense against western invasion, and neutralizing Western aid to the rebels. For this, Russia and China have all the possibilities, and the matter remains for the small one - by political will.

There are no prerequisites for the hope that Russia and China will save Alawi Syria and prevent another hotbed of tension and chaos in the Middle East, at the moment there is no. The two great powers confine themselves exclusively to diplomatic methods, however, as practice shows, diplomacy will not go far, and Russia's geopolitical interests have been repeatedly infringed by adhering to the norms of international law.

White House spokesman Jay Carney said at a briefing yesterday that the US hopes for Russia's help in dislodging Bashar Assad, explaining that only Assad’s resignation will help prevent bloodshed in Syria and the region.

The Russian Foreign Ministry has denied any cooperation between the Russian Federation and the United States regarding the care of Assad. Nevertheless, tensions remain and heated: regardless of whether there is cooperation between Russia and the United States in Syria, today there is definitely one thing - the United States craves the blood of the Syrian leader and makes every effort to remove Bashar al-Assad, Russia does not want the overthrow of the Syrian regime , but does not make an effective effort to save him.

Waiting for the outcome of the Syrian drama is not long. Of course, it would be sad for us to observe the tragic picture of the public mob on Bashar Assad (by analogy with Gaddafi or worse), however, we will be comforted by the fact that Hillary Clinton will bring unprecedented pleasure to this spectacle. Still, it is more important than all the others, since it is her interpretation of reality and feelings that will be recognized as "democratic", "liberal", "humane" and "fair."
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  1. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 7 June 2012 06: 53
    +10
    Well, the author of the air defense systems, we supply airplanes too. Another thing is a lie in the world media, today another massacre in Syria has occurred who is to blame-Assad. But what will happen if Iran shakes? Further chain reaction. With the beginning of the third world!
    1. YARY
      YARY 7 June 2012 07: 10
      +4
      author -> author -> author clearly suffers wishful thinking. fool
      IN LATAKIA gangsters end, in a suburb near olive groves, government troops tanks, aircraft, together with units of Special Forces end up squeezed out of port bandyukov.In the city, stripping and identifying weapons depots. A large arms supply channel is blocked !!! am
      1. aksakal
        aksakal 7 June 2012 08: 30
        +7
        Quote: Ardent
        In LATAKIA, bandits finish off, in a suburb near olive groves, government troops tanks, aircraft, together with units of Special Forces end up bandyuk squeezed out of the port. In the city, mopping up and identifying weapons depots. A large arms supply channel is blocked !!!

        - I really want to believe you, Yry. But even so, do these local good lucks at the system level mean anything? I'm afraid not - (((What can I say? ALARM ... This is the softest of all definitions that a normal sane citizen of any of the countries of Eurasia feels
      2. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 7 June 2012 08: 54
        +6
        Why wishful thinking
        No one will subscribe for Assad, especially. that the shaft of provocations is only growing! Soon reports of hundreds of those killed, two or three in a day, will go!
      3. Cadet787
        Cadet787 7 June 2012 13: 34
        0
        Greetings to Andrew. Is there really not enough political, will and elementary instinct of self-preservation for our leaders will not work or are they not leaders at all?
    2. DYMITRY
      DYMITRY 7 June 2012 08: 09
      +4
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      With the beginning of the third world!

      Good afternoon, Alexander.
      You with the same. The expulsion of ambassadors at all times preceded the declaration of war. So the war has begun.
      And about the supply of weapons, the author does not seem to be aware of the topic. Two days ago, "Professor Katzman" arrived in Syria, delivered a cargo of sealed containers. Well, not bananas in these containers.
      1. teves
        teves 7 June 2012 18: 04
        -5
        Not a bad article: finally, local patriots understand the flawed "Assad" and his "rule".
        He will be punished, at the same time warm greetings are given to other similar kings.
        It is not for nothing that Lukashenka is strengthening his guards, and he is already afraid to go to his own people without an army. laughing
        1. mnn_12
          mnn_12 7 June 2012 21: 39
          0
          Dear teves,
          And when the understanding comes to you what is really happening in the world and what is the flaw in the modern politics of the United States and its allies?
        2. nokki
          nokki 8 June 2012 10: 12
          +2
          Respected "Teves" need to be burned, like the offspring of Satan, because they took upon themselves the right to decide instead of God: who is the dictator, what nations are worthy to live in this world, etc. Western civilization, like Sodom and Gomorrah, simply "thirsts" for God's Fire ! Let us pray and try for him to descend upon them!
  2. Goga
    Goga 7 June 2012 06: 58
    +13
    I don’t think that Russia is helping Syria in any way - not a week goes by without a screeching sound in the west - another Russian ship with weapons in the Syrian port! (the last example is "Professor Katzman").
    The issue with Syria for Russia is not only politics, but also the economy - Russia does not need Qatari gas pipelines directly to Europe, passing through Syria. And it seems to me, as simple as with Libya, NATO's number will not work, with all due respect to the author, in this matter he "got a little excited". It makes no sense to enter into direct military confrontation with NATO because of Syria in any case.
    Article "+", at least for a sincere desire to help Syria in the fight against the "democratizers".
    1. aksakal
      aksakal 7 June 2012 08: 40
      +4
      Quote: Gogh
      I don’t think that Russia is helping Syria in any way - not a week goes by without a screeching sound in the west - another Russian ship with weapons in the Syrian port! (the last example is "Professor Katzman").
      The issue with Syria for Russia is not only politics, but also the economy - Russia does not need Qatari gas pipelines directly to Europe, passing through Syria. And it seems to me, as simple as with Libya, NATO's number will not work, with all due respect to the author, in this matter he "got a little excited". It makes no sense to enter into direct military confrontation with NATO because of Syria in any case.
      Article "+", at least for a sincere desire to help Syria in the fight against the "democratizers".

      - I think that real help can be provided in the following order - the fire of a civil war flares up, Russia initiates the deployment of peacekeepers, of course, its and its loyal allies, unfortunately, more than anyone and makes it clear to the neighboring sponsor countries of terrorism in Syria (the Saudis, to the Qatar people) and not to those nearby either, who will not tolerate sponsorship against Russian peacekeepers, introduced on the basis of a UN mandate. Who did not understand - the exponential bombing of his largest oil terminal and the exponential sinking or requisition of his largest tanker. I think that after the first decisive steps the trickle to the Syrian bandits will quickly dry up. But here it will be necessary to explain everything to Assad, remove him from his post, provide asylum or guarantees (depending on the situation) and put the sane and obviously PRO-RUSSIAN president. Peacekeepers will be able to leave only after full stabilization of the situation, which will come oh sooner, and maybe never.
      1. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 7 June 2012 08: 56
        +1
        Yes, nothing like this will happen - you can say goodbye to Assad, a matter of time ...
        Previously, it was necessary to scratch, but now it’s too late - in general, the question of Iran is becoming ever more acute on the agenda!
      2. elvira
        elvira 7 June 2012 13: 35
        +2
        aksakalYour plan is good !!! good
        However, it is thought that the Libyan scenario is waiting for Syria (((
      3. FIMUK
        FIMUK 7 June 2012 15: 11
        -2
        You will send your son, a peacemaker, to Syria?
        1. Alexander Petrovich
          Alexander Petrovich 7 June 2012 23: 40
          +3
          (Son) - No, I’ll go myself!
          1. FIMUK
            FIMUK 8 June 2012 12: 27
            -4
            Only then at the rallies do not shout that you saved Russia and now you are entitled to a pension.
            Good luck.
            You would have gone too far with your Caucasians, and then climbed into Syria.
            ..............
            Seriously speaking, the option is only one PMC fulfilling the mission and supporting the Moscow line.
            1. Alexander Petrovich
              Alexander Petrovich 10 June 2012 00: 51
              +1
              people like me will never complain about their homeland, we will accept everything as is, and only you whiners are capable of rallies.
  3. Vanek
    Vanek 7 June 2012 07: 01
    +5
    us will fit in Syria. Do not go to the grandmother.
    1. Fox 070
      Fox 070 7 June 2012 07: 31
      +8
      Quote: Vanek
      fit in Syria

      It is only a matter of time, but what will be our answer ?! I would like him to be tough and adequate.
      1. Brother Sarych
        Brother Sarych 7 June 2012 08: 58
        +3
        Unfortunately, there will be no answer - remember Libya! It’s worth preparing for new trials of innocent citizens of the CIS, which they’ll certainly catch now in Syria - but did our people get more protection from their government in Libya? Well, at least they haven’t let anyone into consumption yet ...
        1. mnn_12
          mnn_12 7 June 2012 21: 20
          0
          I quite agree with you Brother. The remarkable thing is that a static of this kind has been published here. I said the same thing before. In order to keep Syria, a unified position of Russia and China is needed not as words but as real and effective measures. General Ivashov wrote clearly because it is now impossible - the money of Russian oligars in Western banks. The rest is clear to everyone ...
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 7 June 2012 07: 43
      +7
      Vanya, I think Amers first need to distract Russia. Georgia, Karabakh - if it breaks out, we will be bound by a significant grouping. Clinton here said that for peace in Karabakh, one must understand her words with an accuracy of a turn.
      1. Vanek
        Vanek 7 June 2012 07: 52
        +4
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Clinton said here


        She also said "we are waiting for permission from Russia and China "

        In general, I agree. We then will not be up to Syria. In the sense of Syria, it would seem to recede into the background.
        1. Goga
          Goga 7 June 2012 08: 07
          +5
          Vanyok is a Colleague, and she (Clinton) is practically like that - a quote - "we are waiting for PERMISSION from Russia" - and she said - the State Department announced this information - we are negotiating with Russia about replacing the ruling regime in Syria, our truth immediately denied - this is and there is a "permission" - but they are unlikely to wait ... wassat
          1. Armata
            Armata 7 June 2012 08: 18
            +5
            Greetings to all. And think about it. Even if the conflict starts again in Karabakh (it’s not for nothing that this babantiya has pinned it up, and they are plotting something there), the MO will solve it, and the supply of weapons is supervised by a completely different office, and for what reason will it stop? My opinion is that they will be strengthened on the contrary, so that the amers are tied up stronger. Moreover, Georgia is not China, there will not be a protracted war.
            1. Vanek
              Vanek 7 June 2012 08: 20
              +2
              Quote: Steam Train
              to amers there to tie stronger


              Somewhere right. They can get bogged down there.
            2. Goga
              Goga 7 June 2012 15: 01
              +5
              Steam locomotive - Greetings, Evgeny, - quote - "Georgia is not China there will not be a protracted war." - about this very old joke -
              International Symposium on International Tourism -
              - The representative of the United States gets up and says - we have no problems with M \ tourism, when we want to get into our Ford and go to Canada or Mexico without a visa ...
              - The representative of France rises, too - we sit in our Citroën and without visas or in Spain or Italy ...
              - The representative of the USSR rises - we also have no problems with this - we get into our tank and without a visa either to Hungary or Czechoslovakia ... wassat
              Apparently, our "tourists" haven't been in Tbilisi for a long time ... angry
              1. Armata
                Armata 7 June 2012 15: 08
                +3
                Greetings Igor. What for us such tourism? What do Georgians have besides horsemeat and mandarin?
                1. Fox 070
                  Fox 070 7 June 2012 15: 12
                  0
                  Quote: Steam Train
                  What do Georgians have besides horsemeat and mandarin?

                  Mineral water there is excellent, "Borjomi", it perfectly corrects with a hangover! drinks
                2. Goga
                  Goga 7 June 2012 15: 29
                  +2
                  Steam locomotive - Eugene, about horse meat - this is unlikely, for this you need to go to us for Lake Baikal and their tangerines are sour, there is another "tourism" - remember 08.08.2008., The words of a fighter of the battalion "Vostok" - to the question of the correspondent -
                  - And how are Georgian forces fighting?
                  answer:
                  - I don’t know how to fight, but their choir is good ... wassat
                  So a trip to the tanks, listening to good songs is not a problem ... wassat
  4. Tersky
    Tersky 7 June 2012 07: 26
    +7
    Igor, Andrey, Sasha, Ivan, welcome! The author of the article clearly underestimates the assessment of Syrian assistance from Russia, or does not own the information in full. Here is the message :MOSCOW, 14 May. Russia will continue to supply defensive weapons to Syria. This was reported to journalists by Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov.
    "Everything that is supplied to Syria is done legally. We do not send offensive weapons there. Only defensive weapons," he said.
    He also noted that when the supply of weapons to the forces of the Syrian opposition, "it would be wrong to leave the government without means of protection."
    Earlier, the Russian Foreign Ministry declared the inadmissibility of the smuggling of arms to Syria. "The arming of illegal radical groups directly contradicts the letter and spirit of the plan of the UN and Arab League for Syria, Kofi Annan, approved by the UN Security Council, including his key provisions on ending violence and establishing a dialogue between the Syrian government and the opposition. It is especially dangerous in the context of the activation of elements in Syrian territory. connected with international terrorist and extremist networks ", - noted in the Russian Foreign Ministry.
    http://www.rosbalt.ru/main/2012/05/14/980534.html
    http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/17390/

    Previously reported:
    Syria has deployed two SA-17 anti-aircraft missile systems (NATO designation of Buk-M1-2 systems) of Russian production on the border with Lebanon.
    Over the past year, Syria has received several Buk complexes under a contract signed two years ago.
    According to the database of the Stockholm Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), in 2011, Russia delivered eight Buk-M2E and 160 9X317 anti-aircraft guided missiles for 9K37 (Buk-M1-2) and 9X40 (Buk-M2-XNUMX) and XNUMXXXNN ").
    According to the BMPD blog, in 2007, Rosoboronexport and Syria made a deal to supply several divisions of Buk-M2E air defense systems. The deal amounted to about a billion dollars. The details of this contract, as well as the fact of the transaction, have not been disclosed for a long time by Rosoboronexport.

    It is possible that Syria deployed Buk-M2E complexes, and not Buk-M1-2, on the border with Lebanon, as the Israeli newspaper writes. Meanwhile, the Israeli Air Force had to change the routes of its aircraft, collecting intelligence information on the activities of the Hezbollah, taking into account new data on deployed Syrian air defense systems. The Buk-M1-2 (SA-17) complexes are capable of hitting simultaneously up to six targets at a distance of up to 30 kilometers.

    According to open sources, Syria has at least 20 Buk-M1-2 systems in service. In February 2012, it was reported that Russia had agreed to supply eight Buk-M2E and 24 MiG-29M / M2 fighters to the Syrians.

    In addition, according to The Jerusalem Post, the Syrian Navy adopted the P-800 Onyx anti-ship missile (in the export version, Yakhont), capable of hitting targets at a distance of up to 300 kilometers. Presumably these missiles were also bought by Syria in the 2007 year.

    According to the correspondents of "MIC", news agencies ARMS-TASS and Interfax-AVN
    http://vpk-news.ru/news/655/
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 7 June 2012 07: 34
      +2
      Hi Victor, Valera Yesaul spoke or hinted, I don’t remember that our specialists are there too. It can be seen somewhere digging the info, it will be necessary to find out more precisely.
    2. Goga
      Goga 7 June 2012 07: 36
      +2
      Tersky - Greetings, Victor! thanks for the selection of the press, I wrote the same thing above - ship after ship in Tarsus is being unloaded - apparently with "humanitarian aid" wassat If it were not for this and not for the actions of our and the Chinese Foreign Ministry, the Americans would have got in there long ago, but they would only scream. It will be seen how it goes on, but for now, YUS and Syria are clearly "not dancing"
      1. Tersky
        Tersky 7 June 2012 08: 11
        +1
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Hi Victor, Valera Yesaul spoke or hinted, I don’t remember that our specialists are there too. It can be seen somewhere digging the info, it will be necessary to find out more precisely.

        Quote: Gogh
        but so far, YUS and Syria are clearly "not dancing"

        That's right men, for the first time and in the second case, I’ll try to dig something into the net.
    3. Brother Sarych
      Brother Sarych 7 June 2012 09: 00
      -4
      Reread the above - things are bad in Syria, Assad has tryndets in general, and the Russians too - an offer has been made which they are unlikely to refuse ...
      1. Goga
        Goga 7 June 2012 14: 52
        +2
        Brother Sarych - Colleague, but "croak" - "bad business" is not necessary, your nickname "Sarych" suggests a completely different cry. And to whom "tryndets" - we'll see soon - "it's not over yet"!
  5. YARY
    YARY 7 June 2012 07: 35
    +3
    Victor with a companion!
    It saddens that what was prevented in LEBANON in 1981-1982 seems to be starting again! And as always ".... tell me what his name is !?" And these ears are already everywhere!
    angry
    1. Tersky
      Tersky 7 June 2012 08: 12
      +2
      Quote: Ardent
      And these ears are everywhere!

      Andrei, there’s already no attempt to hide them ...
  6. Svistoplyaskov
    Svistoplyaskov 7 June 2012 07: 37
    +7
    The author is too pessimistic. Although I personally care more about the fate of Syrian Christians than Bashar al-Assad! Article plus.
    1. Oleg0705
      Oleg0705 7 June 2012 07: 52
      +4
      Quote: Whistling
      I personally care more about the fate of Syrian Christians than Bashar al-Assad!


      Without Assad, they will be cut out so that ..
    2. Brother Sarych
      Brother Sarych 7 June 2012 09: 01
      -9
      Yes, to hell with those Christians - there are too many of ours there, there will be big problems with them ...
      1. Oleg0705
        Oleg0705 7 June 2012 09: 32
        +4
        Quote: Brother Sarich
        Yes, to hell with those Christians - there are too many of ours


        who are our Buddhists ???
        1. Oleg0705
          Oleg0705 7 June 2012 09: 52
          +1
          Syria is our farthest frontier

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyd0SyjeOEg
          1. Cadet787
            Cadet787 7 June 2012 11: 44
            +4
            Oleg0705.
            Greetings to you, Oleg. In Syria, there is a war for Russia too, we will surrender Syria, bring the war closer to our borders, see how amers one after another split off our former allies, Azerbaijan is conducting an openly anti-Russian policy, prepared airfields for its new "friends", etc. In this situation, Russia needs to gather all healthy forces into a fist and be ready to repel American aggression, and we have everything at the level of conversations, no matter how we talk ........
      2. 755962
        755962 7 June 2012 10: 37
        +4
        Quote: Brother Sarich
        Yes to hell with those Christians

        Listen! Don’t say that! For example, Christians and their fate are not indifferent to me!
        1. Dust
          Dust 7 June 2012 12: 22
          -6
          Maybe you also plan to conquer the Holy Sepulcher?
  7. Oleg0705
    Oleg0705 7 June 2012 07: 55
    +1
    The situation around Syria is becoming not only increasingly tense, but also more complex. In Russia, they began to openly discuss the possibility of sending our troops there.


    For example, a retired US general, former US Air Force chief of staff Merrill Anthony “Tony” McPeak, has just said in the press: “There is little risk in NATO air operations in Syria. We could conduct thousands of sorties, most likely without losing a single aircraft. It is only a matter of political will. ”[7]

    Well, this is just the opinion of a retired general, and here is what US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton claims.

    Russia's opposition to plans for foreign intervention in Syria could lead to civil war in this country, the agency cited a statement by the Secretary of State. According to her, Russia is the main opponent of the possible intervention of the armed forces of the UN member countries in Syria.

    “The dilemma is how to invade and avoid new casualties and suffering. The killings of innocent residents should stop, but Russia and China make it very difficult for us to resolve this issue, ”she said.

    General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States Army, also recently did not rule out military intervention in Syria. “Warlords are always careful about the use of force, because we cannot be sure what we will get as a result. But, despite the foregoing, in Syria, because of the escalation of violence, everything is heading for this, ”he said floridly. [9]


    http://trueinform.ru/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=4367
    1. Fox 070
      Fox 070 7 June 2012 08: 10
      +3
      Quote: Oleg0705
      Russia's opposition to plans for foreign intervention in Syria could lead to civil war in this country

      You might think there is now a peaceful procession coming! If the United States did not cram its snout there, then nothing would have to be decided. And our military presence is necessary there, then no one will want to carry out democratization there, and this is confirmed by the operation in South Ossetia.
    2. Che
      Che 7 June 2012 11: 51
      +2
      Oleg0705,
      By providing real assistance to Syria, we will help stop the escalation of violence organized by amers and their satellites in this country. Hello executives, wake up. Amer’s boot is already above you.
  8. cobra66
    cobra66 7 June 2012 08: 09
    +2
    I think ours will not leave Syria at the mercy of Nato
  9. Bob
    Bob 7 June 2012 08: 43
    +5
    Another provocation against Russia is being prepared in Georgia - such is Clintonsha’s mission. And this is a powerful distracting maneuver to carry out its heinous mission in relation to Syria-Iran.
    Since war (aggravation, since the war is already underway) is inevitable, it is necessary to act quickly and be proactive, and the Collective Security Treaty Organization collective forces created an initially powerful air defense system in Syria, then a permanent naval group near Syria. For the legal side of things, to take Syria under its close guardianship by including it in the military-political and economic Union with Russia and with all the CSTO countries, in the same Eurasian Union. In this scenario, neither NATO, nor anyone will dare to deal with Syria as with Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya.
    The acuteness of the moment today is that the cards are practically revealed. With regard to Georgia, the problem had to be solved back in 2008, but even now it is not too late, unfortunately the set of funds is limited - displacement of the government, creation of insoluble problems for "independent" Georgia. The most depressing moment of the current situation is the catastrophic lack of time to implement the above solutions, as well as the lack of the possibility of conducting hidden maneuvers (that is, you will have to act openly and quickly). There is no reason to hope for Russian (they say it will carry over and the fire in Syria will not spread to Iran, and then to Central Asia and the Caucasus and beyond). The goal is sacred - to prevent a global catastrophe, given that Iran will stand up for Syria, and since the Middle East is "pregnant" with a big war, it will blow the world apart, and then it will be difficult to put out something in a world fire until millions are burned in it, if not billions of people. This was well reported yesterday and today in the Svanidze-Kiselev program. Of course, I sided with Kiselev on the Syrian issue.
  10. Trudy
    Trudy 7 June 2012 08: 45
    0
    Of course, I could be wrong, but yesterday I read an article (I can’t find it), which says that the new hypersonic American weapons cover a distance of 30 km in 3700 minutes, and this suggests that our air defense will not be able to detect these missiles in time. Russian developments in supersonic weapons began back in the 70s. But Gorbachev gave these technologies for free to the Americans, and Yeltsin generally closed this project. Now, of course, it is being restored, but time is lost. In this area, we are now lagging behind. Something like this. Are there experts who will tell you - is it or not? Thanks in advance.
    1. wbigfire
      wbigfire 7 June 2012 18: 19
      +2
      So. Developed, now lagging behind, but promise to catch up. The speed of 6 M is almost at the limit of capabilities of the S-400.
  11. the gray wolf
    the gray wolf 7 June 2012 08: 59
    -18
    Assad must be hanged, he doesn’t stop before killing people, he looks like a father, who at one time cut out 25000 thousand people, make sure Google.
    1. Trudy
      Trudy 7 June 2012 09: 13
      +7
      If you need to, go and hang yourself. Your totalitarian regime in Azerbaijan is many times worse than the Syrian one. Tell me, dear, how many Russians and Armenians are left there? Did everyone survive? I have an Armenian colleague from Baku.
      1. kNow
        kNow 7 June 2012 09: 14
        0
        Quote: Trudy
        Your totalitarian regime in Azerbaijan is many times worse than the Syrian one

        We do not complain, we can even say, satisfied, what are you dissatisfied with? wink
      2. the gray wolf
        the gray wolf 7 June 2012 09: 27
        -12
        150 thousand Russians (according to Russian sources), 20 thousand Armenians, ask the Armenian how many Russians (except for the military at the base) and Azerbaijanis in Armenia. 0.
      3. Yarbay
        Yarbay 7 June 2012 10: 06
        -8
        Svetlana!
        We have a lot of Russians living !!
        By the way, there is a Russian user living in Azerbaijan, you can chat with him too!
        about 30 thousand Armenians !!
        And how many Russians live in Armenia ??
        and ask your colleague how many peoples live in Armenia ?? why did they close all Russian schools? why do Armenians call Russia in all their forums srash?
        Why are there no other nations besides Armenians in Armenia?
        1. Trudy
          Trudy 7 June 2012 10: 20
          +7
          There is a discussion of an article about Syria. We are not discussing Armenia here. Trolls can be free.
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 7 June 2012 10: 45
            -6
            Svetlana is you began to troll, but how free you know better !!
          2. Kamilla
            Kamilla 16 June 2012 10: 53
            0
            Quote: Trudy
            Trolls can be free.


            here and be free !!!! troshka number 1 ...
        2. nemesis 13
          nemesis 13 17 June 2012 21: 06
          -2
          Quote: Yarbay
          about 30 thousand Armenians

          vranyo eto vashe nacionalnaya gordost
      4. Kamilla
        Kamilla 16 June 2012 11: 06
        +1
        Quote: Trudy
        Your totalitarian regime in Azerbaijan is many times worse than the Syrian one.

        do not compare God's gift with fried eggs !! what our government does for its people and the development of the country, the Syrians did not even dream .... you have no idea about anything, neither about Azerbaijan, nor about our people, being influenced by an Armenian girlfriend ... therefore, so as not to look stupid, sometimes it's better to shut up.
      5. Ataturk
        Ataturk 16 June 2012 11: 18
        +1
        Quote: Trudy
        Your totalitarian regime in Azerbaijan is many times worse than the Syrian one.


        you would talk about your regime. What kind of hysteria did the Azerbaijani throw?

        Quote: Trudy
        Tell me, dear, how many Russians and Armenians are left there?

        There are more Russians than your hair on your head.
        And there are more Armenians than you can imagine.

        The Prime Minister has an Armenian mother
        The president has a grandmother
        The head of the presidential apparatus WIFE

        plus my neighbor is Armenian. Enough?
      6. Kamilla
        Kamilla 16 June 2012 12: 11
        0
        I ask you to pay attention to this comment ... the sources of this user are unreliable, she refers to some friend of hers who is interested in saying so ... besides an incorrect attack on the government of another state ... I ask you to give her a warning. Thank you for the attention.
    2. vitvit123
      vitvit123 7 June 2012 09: 20
      +2
      looks like a father who at one time slaughtered 25000 thousand people


      I did not google, I believed you !!! Honestly! Assad may not blow this chalice (I would not want to), but please help convey to the world (since everyone should answer) that there are many times more Amers’s conscience — innocent people — killed USA — people !!!
      Help them put the ghosts ... There must be justice!
      1. the gray wolf
        the gray wolf 7 June 2012 09: 23
        -7
        all empires have many souls killed on their conscience.
        1. vitvit123
          vitvit123 7 June 2012 09: 26
          +1
          all empires have many souls killed on their conscience.


          I agree !!! Well, start with the main villains !!!
          1. the gray wolf
            the gray wolf 7 June 2012 09: 30
            -8
            the fact of the matter is that no one can approach France, England, the USA, Russia, Spain, Italy, Japan, Canada, Germany, China, Australia.
            1. vitvit123
              vitvit123 7 June 2012 09: 48
              +5
              the fact of the matter is that neither to France, England, the USA, of Russia, Spain, Italy, Japan, Canada, Germany, China, Australia, no one can approach.

              In such cases, if the strength is dumb, people who know their own worth are silent in a rag! And they don’t kick small villains when a little bad man rules the world!
              By the way, when you communicate with a representative of a country, you don’t have to say anything bad about his country!
              I have not yet characterized your country! Although she begins to seem suspicious to me!
              1. the gray wolf
                the gray wolf 7 June 2012 09: 55
                -6
                smile you have to kick small villains, otherwise they will grow up to be a bad boy.
                Is there anything written about the bad about Russia?
                1. vitvit123
                  vitvit123 7 June 2012 10: 15
                  +4
                  Is there anything written about the bad about Russia?

                  If you don’t see the meaning of what and how you write, then I'm sorry ...
                  My country does not quite match that list.

                  you have to kick small villains, otherwise you will grow up into a boy

                  The position of the weak and the vile! We don’t like such people! Bye !
                  1. the gray wolf
                    the gray wolf 7 June 2012 11: 05
                    -6
                    you don’t notice the logs in your eye wassat
      2. vitvit123
        vitvit123 7 June 2012 09: 25
        +2
        Assad is a boy playing in a sandbox compared to "Big Sem"! How, then, amerovskih presidents to execute, even a terrible present !!!
      3. Yarbay
        Yarbay 7 June 2012 10: 46
        -6
        The whole world knows everything!
        But Assad is doomed!

        He does not control the borders!
        Therefore, the fall of his power is a matter of time!
    3. Che
      Che 7 June 2012 11: 55
      +4
      the gray wolf,
      These skirts must be hung up; they deserve it. And here Assad. Amers everything is organized. No need to deny the obvious.
    4. nemesis 13
      nemesis 13 17 June 2012 21: 02
      -2
      Quote: Boz Qurd
      Assad must be hung

      Alieva will also be hung, he has blood on his elbows
      1. Kamilla
        Kamilla 18 June 2012 13: 23
        -1
        Quote: Nemesis 13
        Aliyeva will also hang


        we’ll hang your sergeik !!! he must answer for a lot, for the genocide in Khojaly ... for innocently killed children ... !! and how much you can repeat, go teach a Russian, then unsubscribe here !!
  12. kNow
    kNow 7 June 2012 09: 19
    -8
    Quote: Trudy
    Your totalitarian regime in Azerbaijan is many times worse than the Syrian one

    We do not complain, we can even say, satisfied, what are you dissatisfied with? wink
    Quote: Trudy
    Tell me, dear, how many Russians and Armenians are left there?

    And there are Armenians, and Russians, and much more than in Armenia. One stands next to me, reads what I write and smiles. smile
    Quote: Trudy
    Did everyone survive?

    From Armenia Armenians, did we also survive? you are stupid ...
    1. Trudy
      Trudy 7 June 2012 09: 35
      +7
      We do not complain, we can even say, satisfied, what are you dissatisfied with?

      You are not complaining yet. Mercenaries from Saudi Arabia will come - it will not seem enough. They will unleash such a slaughter that Mama Do not Cry! And you will be happy. But I’m unhappy because I know for myself how in the former republics after perestroika they began to relate to the Russians. She was born and raised in Uzbekistan, but had to leave. You have no idea why? I won’t write about Armenians at all, you yourself know everything, but pretend to be white and fluffy.
      1. kNow
        kNow 7 June 2012 09: 48
        -7
        Quote: Trudy
        Mercenaries from Saudi Arabia will come - it will not seem enough. They will unleash such a slaughter that Mama Do not Cry!

        They arrived. And not only from Arabia. From the North Caucasus too. Well, actually - one infection. They wanted to do a lot of things. Thanks to our special services - they shot and transplanted. 40 people. It was during the Eurovision Song Contest and therefore did not particularly spread ...
        Quote: Trudy
        But I’m unhappy because I know for myself how in the former republics after perestroika they began to relate to the Russians. Born and raised in Uzbekistan, but had to leave

        I understand your discontent.
        Quote: Trudy
        She was born and raised in Uzbekistan, but had to leave. You have no idea why

        The Russian who is now behind me is from Kyrgyzstan. They also had to leave. But they came to Azerbaijan, however strange it may seem to you ...
        Quote: Trudy
        I won’t write about Armenians at all, you yourself know everything, but pretend white and fluffy.

        We ourselves know everything, but there were no white and fluffy ones in the Caucasus, no Armenians, no Lezghins, no Azerbaijanis, or any other ...
        1. Trudy
          Trudy 7 June 2012 10: 03
          0
          The Russian who is now behind me is from Kyrgyzstan.

          I envy you. The whole team write. Together with Boz Qurd (Kurd, as I understand it), you write, and both Armenian and Russian are behind - well, what’s not an international! In general, troll the whole crowd.
          1. kNow
            kNow 7 June 2012 10: 36
            -8
            Quote: Trudy
            I envy you. The whole team write.

            Envy rightly. I am proud of my international team.
            Quote: Trudy
            Together with Boz Qurd (Kurd, as I understand it) write

            Boz Gourd - This is a gray wolf, not a Kurd winked
            Quote: Trudy
            and both Armenian and Russian are behind - well, what’s not the international!

            I appreciate your sense of humor, unless of course it's not sarcasm.
            Quote: Trudy
            In general, troll the whole crowd.

            another nonsense
      2. vitvit123
        vitvit123 7 June 2012 09: 51
        +1
        Trudy, don’t have to explain anything if people don’t want to hear. These countries have always been a bargaining chip! That's when the amers exchange them, then they will understand, and then not all.
        1. the gray wolf
          the gray wolf 7 June 2012 09: 58
          -7
          now you are rude
          1. vitvit123
            vitvit123 7 June 2012 10: 09
            +3
            Well, first 1-0 was in yours! Now equally! And to be honest (I always try to speak directly), what is Azerbaijan a country that can play a significant role in the global structure? Without personal insults - hardly! Such countries always use! Well, their voice cannot be decisive in the world, you cannot jump above your head! They may have some regional significance, but not more if they are allowed by other, more powerful countries! And if not, then the answer is simple - a revolution (on the part of world benefactors) and your country has gone back for 10 years!
            1. the gray wolf
              the gray wolf 7 June 2012 11: 06
              -5
              see post above.
          2. Ivan Kalinovich
            Ivan Kalinovich 7 June 2012 19: 59
            +2
            Tambov wolf you "comrade" am
        2. Trudy
          Trudy 7 June 2012 10: 05
          +2
          Agree. Trolls, why be waged on their provocation. They will come, fart out of place and in the bushes.
          1. kNow
            kNow 7 June 2012 10: 42
            -8
            No need to troll, I agree. Let's get to the topic ...
            Trudy, is it true that Russia supplies weapons to Syrian terrorists? Here they even inserted photos with the Syrians, who are holding new samples of Russian weapons ...
            Here is the photo ...
            PySy ... My position on the Libyan and Syrian issues coincides with the Russian people, with the government - I will not say ...
          2. the gray wolf
            the gray wolf 7 June 2012 11: 07
            -7
            and what do we troll in? I ask ka trolls lol
          3. Kamilla
            Kamilla 16 June 2012 11: 10
            0
            Quote: Trudy
            They will come, fart out of place and in the bushes


            showed their upbringing ... ((
      3. Kamilla
        Kamilla 16 June 2012 10: 56
        -1
        Quote: Trudy
        I won’t write about Armenians at all, you yourself know everything, but pretend to be white and fluffy.


        your Armenians are "white and fluffy" ... do not guess why ???? I see how I tried everywhere armmprop ... ((((
  13. Sakhalininsk
    Sakhalininsk 7 June 2012 09: 30
    +1
    Quote: Boz Qurd
    Assad must be hanged, he doesn’t stop before killing people, he looks like a father, who at one time cut out 25000 thousand people, make sure Google.


    Well, why are you yapping at the forum?
    Start implementing your idea, you look at the air on the planet will be cleaner due to the untimely death of another ov subsectoral.

    Russia and China need to fight for Syria with all available forces.
    Of course, I don’t feel like fighting with NATO, but we can fully pack Assad’s weapons with which he can organize the constant movement of coffins to the west. In fact, Syria is with a 95% probability the fuse of a very large war in which the Middle East will plunge and pull everyone else.
    1. the gray wolf
      the gray wolf 7 June 2012 09: 31
      +1
      I hear from sabaki, in real life I would get in the face, the hero of the keyboard. You can’t talk normally, shut up.
  14. the gray wolf
    the gray wolf 7 June 2012 09: 46
    -2
    information for consideration
    http://inosmi.ru/caucasus/20120606/193197472.html
    1. Trudy
      Trudy 7 June 2012 10: 15
      -1
      Read already. Russophobes are everywhere enough, and even more so - paid by the State Department.
  15. xmike
    xmike 7 June 2012 10: 19
    0
    Give Hilary to the forefront ....
  16. apro
    apro 7 June 2012 11: 42
    +3
    It would be a pity if Syria falls, but no one except the Syrian people stands up for their homeland. Yes, if the USSR approached, the Mediterranean squadron stood for a month or so, you would look and resolve. Assad of hardness to its military, good luck to the people of fortitude .. And the Russians ......
  17. FIMUK
    FIMUK 7 June 2012 15: 34
    -4
    Dedicated to assistants and assistants

    I don’t have to do it for foreign borgs
    Nekhai puzati seem, what a shit
    Nahai pani screaming
    I don’t have to do it for foreign borgs

    I’ll never go, people, to someone else’s win
    Hail, navigate, give me gold for those who give trun
    Hai TVisor breche, scho there really is at stake
    I’ll never go, people, to someone else’s win
    .................

    Chorus:
    Bo I’ll be in vimiv och svіtlom i v_dninі will be myself
    Have a shukati shlyakh at prіrvu і to heaven
    Bo I’ve got it right in my life, I’m ruining
    Now I will be boroniti tilki those schcho I love

    I’m no longer joking about other people's Cossacks
    Nekhai kazkar to bring, what’s waiting for me on the buzz
    Let there be heaven in diamantine dirks
    I’m no longer joking about other people's Cossacks

    I will not kill anyone else for another
    I swore myself dead yesterday
    And the boulevard yangoli suvorі that sumn’
    I will not kill anyone else for another
    http://files.lviv.ua/nashe/Antre_-_Chuga_vijna.mp3
  18. Evgeny B.
    Evgeny B. 7 June 2012 18: 45
    +2
    For some reason, everyone fixed their eyes on Syria and did not see anything else. And if you apply Amer’s methods to America itself? Is there no opposition there?
  19. IGR
    IGR 7 June 2012 22: 02
    +2
    IMHO. Why Syria? See the map. A direct route for the supply of hydrocarbons by pipelines from the emirates of the Arabian Peninsula to the terminals of the Mediterranean Sea and to Europe via Jordan, Syria, Egypt. Those. bypassing the Persian Gulf, where Iran has a fairly large part of the coast. Further blocking the Persian Gulf for the export of Iranian hydrocarbons. Planned processing of Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan regarding refusal from transit (purchase) of Iranian oil and gas even at dumping prices. Thus, insurance of the main export resource of the Saudis against the “insane” Iran takes place. Syria is a bargaining chip to create a controlled belt from Turkey to Morocco. With a mixture of absolutely polar concepts of "democracy" and "Islamic fundamentalism", the elimination of the old secular elite of the Middle East, the rise to power of "Islamic revolutionaries." And the Revolution always devours its Heroes. They are replaced by either Al-Qaeda's henchmen or weak-willed and “designated” persons dependent on sponsors. Nobody takes Russia into account. China is playing its game with an eye on Pakistan.
    1. zaxooz
      zaxooz 7 June 2012 22: 16
      0
      Yes, yes, hydrocarbons, but the Arabs do not infuriate anyone there? And the nosed faces on any green pieces of paper do not look at you? Founding Fathers ...