US builds new military bases in Syria


The US military in Syria began construction of two more new bases in the northeast of the United States near oil fields. This was reported by Turkish media with reference to Syrian sources.


According to Anadolu news agency, one of the military bases is being built in the Tel Birak area of ​​Hasek province, and Americans are delivering construction equipment and materials from neighboring Iraq. They plan to create a second military base on the basis of the former Kurdish fortifications in Deir es Zora, built to control oil production.

According to available information, the construction of two new military bases is necessary for the Americans to block the path of the Russian military to the Rumeline region, which is one of the main oil production centers in Syria.

It should be noted that 90% of oil in Syria is extracted precisely on the eastern bank of the Euphrates, where the richest deposits are located. Currently, they are all under the control of the United States and the Kurdish units of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDS).

Earlier, the head of the Pentagon, Mark Esper, said that the United States will protect oil fields from the capture of the Islamic State by terrorists (banned in Russia) and will be ready to strike in response to attempts to seize them.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the United States illegally extracts oil and exports it outside Syria for refining, having an illegal monthly income of more than 30 million dollars.
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  1. Smuta 9 February 2020 09: 22 New
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    The US military in Syria began construction of two more new bases in the northeast of the United States near oil fields.

    All clear ..
    1. Alekseev 9 February 2020 09: 33 New
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      Quote: Smuta

      All clear ..

      Yes, Iran has set an example. For bases, damn it, for bases, damn it, for bases. You don’t need much, a dozen RS or mortar mines per week will be already very unpleasant from unknown formations (maybe even unfinished ISIS wink ) will be very unpleasant for striped.
      1. Smuta 9 February 2020 09: 45 New
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        Quote: Alekseev
        Yes, Iran has set an example. For bases, damn it, for bases, damn it, for bases. A lot is not necessary, a dozen RS or mortar mines per week will be already

        Yes, our military is ready at any moment together with the Syrians and Hesbollah .. But there is no order! There are too many agents of influence in Moscow and Netanyahu is constantly grazing there ..
        1. Voltsky 9 February 2020 10: 25 New
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          Quote: Smuta

          Yes, our military is ready at any moment together with the Syrians and Hesbollah .. But there is no order! There are too many agents of influence in Moscow and Netanyahu is constantly grazing there ..

          John Rimbaud, and I thought you were retired :)

          Any unknown attack on the United States, easily turns into known to anyone who made it in the presence of the right amount of media resources, I don’t hope to remind anyone of the bulk of those media resources?
          1. Vladimir_6 9 February 2020 10: 50 New
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            Any unknown attack on the United States, easily turns into known to anyone who made it in the presence of the right amount of media resources, I don’t hope to remind anyone of the bulk of those media resources?

            Not so damn terrible as painted. Remember the attacks not known to the US Embassy in Iraq.
            And in Syria, such attacks can be attributed to "not finished Isil."
            1. Voltsky 9 February 2020 10: 59 New
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              these are the ones after which Sulejmani banged, and the United States almost rolled Iran below the baseboard (but it became stingy, because they did not know what it would turn out to be) ?!
              Hmm ... I think Assad would be against the same scenario for him.

              ps you got the feeling that the usa is a plush tiger and can it be pulled by a mustache? :) It is non-plush, and you need at least anesthesia for such things, well, or at worst tear your claws with teeth.
              ps
              so I propose to revise the concept and go on the other side, for example, insert an enema to Perdogan, clean Idlib as the main goblin reserve; and then, with bewildered eyes, then ask the USA what they are doing here and why they are protecting oil from a non-existent enemy
              1. sabakina 9 February 2020 11: 11 New
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                Voletsky, if you are afraid of everyone, do not scare the rest. wink And even more so to Vital ...
              2. Voltsky 9 February 2020 11: 18 New
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                it’s just strange it all looks like you have herds of herds grazing in thirds of the country, and you turn to “worthy and respected” people with some kind of silly claims, be afraid of God, they are not interested in listening to you; and of the levers of pressure you have only the Russian Federation, but they are comparable in strength, and peers do not fight with equals, much less for the interests of some Syrians with their oil.
                Air Force Base VKS is!? yes, they promised to annihilate the Churkobesses ?! annihilate, Promised them along the way and return births ?! no, they didn’t promise ... but most likely you will contribute to the return, but everything has its time, and quickly only marginals breed
              3. Vladimir_6 9 February 2020 18: 27 New
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                Quote: Voletsky
                these are the ones after which Suleimani banged

                No, these are those that were after Suleimani banged.
                US nearly rolled Iran below baseboard

                Almost considered. Isil nearly defeated Assad. Guaido nearly overthrew Maduro. The United States nearly rolled Iran.
                But we saw how the Yankees draped from their bases, so as not to fall under the distribution of the Turks in Syria
                and wiped off after Iranian rocket attacks.
                ps you got the feeling that the usa is a plush tiger and can it be pulled by a mustache? :) It is non-plush, and you need at least anesthesia for such things, well, or at worst tear your claws with teeth.

                I have feelings for my wife, children and grandchildren. I have no feelings for the United States.
                so I suggest that you revise the concept and go on the other side, for example, insert an enema to Perdogan

                Who are you suggesting? Are you aware of all the negotiations and decisions made by the Russian leadership in relation to Turkey, and Erdogan personally?
                to clear Idlib as the main goblin reserve; and then, with bewildered eyes, then ask the USA what they are doing here and why they are protecting oil from a non-existent enemy

                Without perspective. Another Psaki, with puzzled eyes, will say: “We are defending democracy.”
                1. Voltsky 9 February 2020 18: 59 New
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                  Well, what can I say, your counterarguments, like mine, have the right to life :)
                  It remains only the smallest, to assemble and prepare the group, and manages to do everything to make all ends into the water ... Otherwise, everything will end with the murder of each other from under the heavy.
                  1. Vladimir_6 9 February 2020 19: 27 New
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                    Quote: Voletsky
                    Well, what can I say, your counterarguments, like mine, have the right to life :)

                    Yes, Vladimir, we assume, and those who are at the helm.
                    Otherwise, everything will end with the murder of each other from under the heavy.

                    From under the silence in Syria, only drones launch. On a large scale it will not work. Everything is in sight.
                    And here’s an article about Erdogan’s account
                    http://avia.pro/news/rossiya-postavila-erdogana-na-mesto-turciya-bolshe-ne-hochet-voevat-rossiey-v-sirii
                    1. Voltsky 9 February 2020 22: 30 New
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                      thanks for the reference, but I'm not interested in other people's analytics, I myself do no worse; heh for 4 years I’ve never been mistaken :) I love history, that is, the situation after the fact, who is where, why and most importantly why ... there are understandable motives for further actions :)
                      1. Vladimir_6 9 February 2020 23: 18 New
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                        Quote: Voletsky
                        thanks for the reference, but I'm not interested in other people's analytics, I myself do no worse; heh for 4 years has never been wrong :)

                        I am sincerely happy for you, but I believe that in order to do objective analytics yourself, you must be in the center of events, or have a reliable source of information. hi
                      2. Voltsky 11 February 2020 14: 59 New
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                        you are absolutely right, but open sources are a set of rumors and fantasies united by a sense of beauty and imagination who wrote this opus; so if you want to know, to your general staff, there is less delirium and more cold facts :)
                        Considering everything that happens, and the appearance of new data :) Not that I was so wrong with my not-so-beautiful phrase "insert an enema into Erdogan?"
                      3. Vladimir_6 11 February 2020 18: 26 New
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                        Quote: Voletsky
                        Not really, I was so wrong with my not-so-beautiful phrase "insert an enema into Erdogan?"

                        If the proposal to "insert an enema to Erdogan" becomes a fact, then I am for it.
                        The only question is, what can it result in?
                      4. Voltsky 11 February 2020 18: 40 New
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                        Gee ... to be honest, by and large, without a clue, Erdogan wants one thing, they offer him another + hint that he didn’t do anything from what he promised to do; after all, they went a lot further than the bilateral agreements assumed :) As for me, he needs Hassak, Man-Big and Afrin since he lost Sarakib, but the thing is, the question is what will be given to him and will they give, for good, he needs to give something, but there are many nuances.
                        Syria-Iraq corridor => is it possible ?! no
                        Not a large section between Hassaka and Raqqa is still possible, because in which case you need to cut a corridor to the Turkish possessions, and this is easily chopped off;
                        Sorry, I don’t know how much this sounds to you, it’s logical :) I'm just a person with a good memory.

                        ps insert an enema is not a proposal, it is future being speaking the language of dialectics :) because the desires of the Sultan have no boundaries, while the Russian Federation is limited by the existence of other poles of power, and unlike the weirdo, she should always look back at her partners and there is no way to hide for whom then, and quietly do your thing.
                        + one must remember that hypersonic weapons are everything, anyone who confronts a power with such weapons becomes a partisan opposing an invader, and if there is no invader, then the partisans become a gang of ghouls accelerating the destruction of their country.
      2. flicker 10 February 2020 12: 57 New
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        And in Syria, such attacks can be attributed to "not finished Isil."
        And why, there is Iran, and now it has complete indulgence in strikes at the Maryn bases. It is enough to inform them through official structures that in 2 hours, Iranian missiles will be "unloaded" at the base, and they will be blown away from there by the wind. And then Trump will write that no one was hurt.
  2. VLADIMIR VLADIVOSTOK 9 February 2020 23: 23 New
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    Cons put the Jews.
  • Olgovich 9 February 2020 11: 59 New
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    Quote: Alekseev
    Yes, Iran has set an example. For bases, damn it, for bases, damn it, for bases. A lot is not necessary, a dozen RS or mortar mines a week will be already very unpleasant from unknown formations

    On the one hand, yes, that’s the way it should be, all the more so since, strangely enough, they have almost no protection.

    On the other hand, the USA is not looking for the true perpetrators of the shelling, but APPOINTING ...
  • Finches 9 February 2020 10: 08 New
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    Nothing new! When the Russian "occupiers" come, they build roads, hospitals, schools ... When the American "liberators" come, they build military bases! laughing
    1. Smuta 9 February 2020 10: 28 New
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      Quote: Finches
      Nothing new! When the Russian "occupiers" come, they build roads, hospitals, schools ... When the American "liberators" come, they build military bases! laughing

      And they control poppy plantations and oil rigs .. For the most part, they are not capable of their historical mentality ..
      1. Lipchanin 9 February 2020 10: 31 New
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        Quote: Smuta
        And control poppy plantations and oil rigs.

        Everything that brings income
        1. Smuta 9 February 2020 11: 06 New
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          Quote: Lipchanin
          Quote: Smuta
          And control poppy plantations and oil rigs.

          Everything that brings income

          When the countries of Eurasia, with the same ambitions for them, the United States will go to the continents .SSSR -Russia tried, but there is such pressure right away ... They have quiet and bliss there, any revolutions immediately stop And we are sowing blood and devastation .. Why is that ?
          1. onix757 9 February 2020 11: 15 New
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            USSR -Russia tried, but there is such pressure right away
            Compared not comparable. Under the USSR, Syria was a flourishing state and really built a lot. Russia is not building anything and Syria is in ruins.
            1. Smuta 9 February 2020 13: 56 New
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              USSR -Russia tried, but there is such pressure right away
              Compared not comparable. Under the USSR, Syria was a flourishing state and really built a lot. Russia is not building anything and Syria is in ruins.

              I'm talking about the movement to the American continent .. They are to us, and we are to them .. Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragu, etc.
              Imagine if anti-American unrest begins there, etc. With shouts of Russia, Russia .. and we land there and take up defense there .. wink

              Well, something like that can be
            2. Krasnodar 9 February 2020 15: 23 New
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              Quote: onix757
              Compared not comparable. Under the USSR, Syria was a flourishing state and really built a lot. Russia is not building anything and Syria is in ruins.

              1) With whose money, at whose expense to build something?
              2) Maybe it is better to ensure the end of the Civil War and intervention - then build something, or they will destroy it or will they squeeze out any partners?
              3) In the USSR in the early 90s, our own people still lived in communal apartments - and we all built - even those who subsequently ran across to the States. )))
            3. Vladimir_6 9 February 2020 18: 36 New
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              Russia is not building anything and Syria is in ruins.

              Russia restores Syria's factories
              https://politikus.ru/events/125164-rossiya-vosstanavlivaet-zavody-sirii.html
        2. Starover_Z 9 February 2020 11: 50 New
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          Quote: Smuta
          And control poppy plantations and oil rigs.

          Everything that brings income

          In order to see and emerged ISIS - to sell someone else's oil!
          He was allegedly driven away and the “winners” take off the foam!
        3. tihonmarine 9 February 2020 12: 31 New
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          Quote: Lipchanin
          Everything that brings income

          Business and nothing personal.
          1. Sadam 9 February 2020 20: 25 New
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            than not an economic approach. garychym 30 million to cover the costs of the CIA in Afghanistan. the same 30 is not good news of the lope from the Syrian project ... for such an amount this is one crude oil tanker - where else should I sell it
      2. Gene84 9 February 2020 16: 46 New
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        And control poppy plantations and oil rigs

        Americans love this thing. For them, the drug business and the oil business are the true values ​​of the American way of life!
    2. 1959ain 9 February 2020 10: 54 New
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      Quote: Finches
      Nothing new! When the Russian "occupiers" come, they build roads, hospitals, schools ... When the American "liberators" come, they build military bases!

      So before they were built, they fed everyone, Not even in the USA, but on beans themselves. Even the Non-in the USA, when the Soviet Union collapsed, the USA was in a severe crisis, and our collapse saved them, and we set down some cheap slaves for the Western Economy, and how many technologies we took away from us, even the F-35, And KOLbasa became Tasteless In Russia and all kinds of fraud and theft, they pindyuril us drinks
    3. Arlen 9 February 2020 12: 44 New
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      Quote: Finches
      Nothing new

      I tend to assume that the difference between us and the Americans lies in education. We are brought up differently, stability and peace are important to us. Therefore, when we come somewhere, we begin to build schools, hospitals, houses, factories. The Americans have a different way, they are brought up on the destruction, an example of their films. Therefore, when they come to a strange house, they try to destroy it and rob it, thinking that in doing so they help to gain “freedom” to other countries.
  • Chaldon48 9 February 2020 12: 34 New
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    USA country burglar.
    1. Finches 9 February 2020 13: 28 New
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      I will clarify, with your permission hi - Anglo-Saxons, bandits from the highway from the foundation of the universe!
  • Observer2014 9 February 2020 09: 23 New
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    Shoto, as always. There where our people help. There where the loot and oil there are Americans recoursePure water, this formula has already turned into a classic .. And then we talk about chubby turnips about why we live so poorly winked
    1. Observer2014 9 February 2020 09: 40 New
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      Not only that. I’ll add that they help anyone! In addition to the Russians. They will whine. Whine on TV and other information gaps. Shirts to tear on the belly. But they will help anyone. Besides the Russians .. And where the Russians will need help. There frostbitten faces will give hundreds of examples that they themselves could not live. And they had to defend themselves.
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        Quote: Observer2014
        Not only that. I’ll add that they help anyone! In addition to the Russians. They will whine. Whine on TV and other information gaps. Shirts to tear on the belly. But they will help anyone. Besides the Russians .. And where the Russians will need help. There frostbitten faces will give hundreds of examples that they themselves could not live. And they had to defend themselves.


        So after all, in the power of the Russians, there is no way that help will come.
        1. Krasnodar 9 February 2020 15: 27 New
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          Quote: Wolverine


          So after all, in the power of the Russians, there is no way that help will come.

          Yes, solid Jews laughing Shaw Kremlin, Shaw regional administration, Shaw siloviki - therefore we live, as in Israel negative
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            Quote: Krasnodar
            Quote: Wolverine


            So after all, in the power of the Russians, there is no way that help will come.

            Yes, solid Jews laughing Shaw Kremlin, Shaw regional administration, Shaw siloviki - therefore we live, as in Israel negative


            Your sarcasm is incomprehensible to me, but the facts speak differently, they have most of the property abroad, and here we are simply robbed impudently and cynically. It is a fact.
            1. Krasnodar 9 February 2020 17: 42 New
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              Real estate - Geneva, Tel Aviv, Vienna - a steady increase in prices by 10% per annum over the past 10 years. In dollar equivalent, you will receive a maximum of 3% (2,5%) in your bank account. It is natural that money people store their funds in this way, but how this money is made is another question hi
    2. NordUral 9 February 2020 09: 45 New
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      To the point, Observer!
    3. private person 9 February 2020 09: 58 New
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      90% of the oil in Syria is produced on the eastern bank of the Euphrates, where the richest fields are located. Currently, they are all under US control.

      Russia feed and build, and the Americans pump up the sale of Syrian oil. The Americans have once again shown who is the boss in the house, they didn’t spit on the fact that no one called them to Syria. They called Russia and what in return? Oaths of loyalty and friendship only for how long?
    4. Smuta 9 February 2020 10: 31 New
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      Quote: Observer2014
      Shoto, as always. There where our people help. There where the loot and oil there are Americans recoursePure water, this formula has already turned into a classic .. And then we talk about chubby turnips about why we live so poorly winked

      A good observer wrote, I already like you hi Always would be .. hi
      I’d just notice that the Russians always come for their money and take it when the wars in the enemy’s capitals are over .. and again we’ll give it out to help .. This is already at the genetic level ..
      1. Observer2014 9 February 2020 11: 30 New
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        I’m on the site not to please anyone. I’m here because I’m on my own. And absolutely independent. This is called freedom of speech. If that. yes And I will continue to voice my own thoughts and desires.
        1. Smuta 9 February 2020 11: 41 New
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          Quote: Observer2014
          I'm on the site not to please anyone. I'm here because I’m on my own

          Well, here I agree okay .. wink
          Quote: Observer2014
          And absolutely independent. This is called freedom of speech. If that.

          And here I don’t know about this “freedom of speech”, etc. liberalism stinks straight ... fu .. In the Donbass they don’t write like that, even fluent ..
          Quote: Observer2014
          And I will continue to voice my own thoughts and desires.

          Well, that's just an avatar, then change and carry what you want ..
          You for an avatar, etc. raised to the heights of the rating .. And you all of us then spat in the soul of the liberal spit .. Is not it a shame? ..
          1. Observer2014 9 February 2020 11: 47 New
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            The avatar is holy. It is given as a name. Once and for all. And the flag behind me always. I apologize. I’m running away. The city needs my help. Critical situation .. Winter. They call to work. yes
            1. tihonmarine 9 February 2020 12: 36 New
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              Quote: Observer2014
              And the flag behind me always

              I agree with you, the flag and the oath, this is for life.
            2. Smuta 9 February 2020 12: 56 New
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              The avatar is holy. It is given as a name. Once and for all. And the flag behind me always. I apologize. I’m running away. The city needs my help. Critical situation .. Winter. They call to work. yes

              Lies bastard ... negative I know him initially, outbid him ..
            3. Rusland 9 February 2020 13: 16 New
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              The avatar is holy. It is given as a name. Once and for all. And the flag behind me always. I apologize. I’m running away. The city needs my help. Critical situation .. Winter. They call to work. yes

              Well, you come in if that, "indispensable." laughing We would have such a responsible Sochi worker, but for our winter, where it really is Winter. yes
          2. tihonmarine 9 February 2020 12: 35 New
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            Well, here I agree okay ..

            Well, thank God, although I agree with something.
        2. Rusland 9 February 2020 13: 21 New
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          Quote: Observer2014
          I’m on the site not to please anyone. I’m here because I’m on my own. And absolutely independent. This is called freedom of speech. If that. yes And I will continue to voice my own thoughts and desires.

          A lot of sorrow and narcissism. I do not believe. no Projecting is good; you can save on electricity. yes
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    5. onix757 9 February 2020 11: 23 New
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      Where our people help there. Where the loot and oil there are Americans

      And how long have our PMCs been working there at no cost?
  • Thrifty 9 February 2020 09: 23 New
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    There, it seems like Iraq was threatening to drive out the Yankees army from the country? Or all - "rustled and parted"?
    1. Pereira 9 February 2020 09: 30 New
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      And where are those commentators who squealed about the stampede of the Americans from Syria? It was necessary to rewrite their nicknames.
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        You’re an interesting gentleman with an idea like that, however ...
        1. Pereira 9 February 2020 09: 46 New
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          Actually, I would like to poke the news on these bonnet throws. What did you think about?
          1. NordUral 9 February 2020 09: 52 New
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            I thought badly, I repent. And with a poke nose, support. Too much enthusiasm and hatred for HE.
            And here I am sitting and reading an article about how "our" thieves surrender their country to the West and "rejoice."
            https://topcor.ru/13073-kak-rossija-dobrovolno-sdala-svoju-jenergetiku-anglosaksam.html?utm_campaign=sidebar-comments&utm_medium=mywidget&utm_source=topwar.ruКогда же весь народ поймет, кто управляет, вернее разрушает страну? Или совсем уже отупели?
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              1. NordUral 9 February 2020 10: 24 New
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                No, I have not seen it. The guys are sorry, they die hell knows why.
                1. NordUral 10 February 2020 18: 57 New
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                  Minus! Why cons put what you do not like? Do you want to go to Syria to be rich oligarchs?
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        Quote: Pereira
        And where are those commentators who squealed about the stampede of the Americans from Syria? It was necessary to rewrite their nicknames.

        Well, let’s say. hi .After all, everyone was throwing ...? Erdogan soaked the Kurds there, and the Yankens were afraid to fall under the distribution ..
        Now the French have won their AUG, obviously something is planned ..
        As if Turkey and I would not try to pit again. They have already tried repeatedly. Eh long-suffering Syria, how many world forces clashed there .. But do not squeeze the Russians!
        1. Pereira 9 February 2020 09: 59 New
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          Well, let’s say. .After all, everyone was throwing ...? Erdogan soaked the Kurds there, and the Yankens were afraid to fall under the distribution ..


          They didn’t run, but just ran away to the side so as not to hurt.
          Well, the Yankees cannot run away from free money. This cannot be, because it can never be. Moreover, not so Erdogan and drenched.
          It was obvious to me right away. But if he had blundered, they would have been minded from head to toe.
          1. Smuta 9 February 2020 11: 10 New
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            They didn’t run, but just ran away to the side so as not to hurt.

            Well, they know how to run back ..
            Quote: Pereira
            This cannot be, because it can never be. Moreover, not so Erdogan and drenched.
            It was obvious to me right away. But if he had blundered, they would have been minded from head to toe.

            Well, would blather .. Or are you afraid of losing the rating? I've been not afraid for five years now hehe
      3. private person 9 February 2020 10: 02 New
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        where are those commentators who squealed about the stampede of Americans from Syria?

        And you pay attention to the number of minuses here are the commentators.
        1. Pereira 9 February 2020 10: 16 New
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          Drew. So far, seven have responded.
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          Quote: private person
          where are those commentators who squealed about the stampede of Americans from Syria?

          And you pay attention to the number of minuses here are the commentators.

          Minus for this, but for the fact that this member of the forum is trying to set the United States as a sort of standard-exceptional .. That they all do not how much, etc. But can you still fight them? They’re pretty cowardly and terribly afraid of losses ..
          The question is, who is driving them intensely on the BV? They are provided with oil by their own and the Saudis ..
          Who drives them to the slaughter of BV ..? There is already nothing special to rob there .. Who is covering there, a question in the forehead?
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            There’s nothing much to rob there

            Oil, or as it is also called “Black Gold”, is what the fight is on in BV. Why waste the reserves of your country when you can rob other countries with impunity this logic seems to adhere to the Americans. Yes, and the production there is cheap.
    2. Sergey Olegovich 9 February 2020 09: 32 New
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      The Americans voluntarily have not yet left anywhere, especially from oil places. They always "leave."
      Iraq alone is not able to do anything with amers. He needs support.
      1. Lipchanin 9 February 2020 09: 50 New
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        Quote: Sergey Olegovich
        The Americans voluntarily have not yet left anywhere, especially from oil places. They always "leave."

        Like cockroaches, or bugs. If wound up, then hell when they leave
        Only have to poison
      2. Smuta 9 February 2020 10: 01 New
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        Iraq alone is not able to do anything with amers. He needs support.

        Iraq is no longer a state, so the territory is "monotonous" ..
        But Iran and Russia will be able, if they want, but this is a dangerous thing .. there Israel is pulling the strings quietly .. But if you cut them, it is quite possible .. hi
      3. private person 9 February 2020 10: 06 New
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        Iraq alone is not able to do anything with amers.

        I’ll tell you no one else can do anything to the Americans. How they sold Iraqi, Libyan, Syrian oil and they are selling it.
        1. Grits 9 February 2020 16: 38 New
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          I’ll tell you no one else can do anything to the Americans.

          ... But when it was Vietnam ...
          1. private person 9 February 2020 17: 12 New
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            But then the USSR was. The USSR and then Russia now are two completely different countries.
    3. Grits 9 February 2020 16: 34 New
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      There, it seems like Iraq was threatening to drive out the Yankees army from the country? Or all - "rustled and parted"?

      Imagine that the mice require you to drive the cat from the house.
  • Same lech 9 February 2020 09: 23 New
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    The question is how to squeeze out these thieves of Syrian oil from the oil-bearing regions of Syria without entering into direct conflict with the United States? what
    1. Pereira 9 February 2020 09: 31 New
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      This had to be done immediately during the Turkish offensive, until the Americans came to their senses. Now they have caught their breath and will hold on with their teeth.
      1. Grits 9 February 2020 16: 43 New
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        This had to be done immediately during the Turkish offensive, until the Americans came to their senses.

        This had to be done at a time when the SAA was moving with fighting to Dayr-Ez-Zor, and the Kurds, at the prompt of the Yankees, moved in the opposite direction. The Janeses then turned out to be smarter than us a few steps - they knew how it would all end and who would control which territories.
        And it was necessary to help the Syrians to drop troops for the Euphrates and provide him with air cover and support. To cut the Kurds along the Euphrates. In extreme cases, it was possible to train our airborne forces. The Americans are not afraid of throwing their soldiers into battle, why are we scared?
    2. Sergey Olegovich 9 February 2020 09: 35 New
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      The question can be solved in my opinion only through negotiations. It will be hard and not the fact that it will work out. Assad will not be able to remove them from Syria.
    3. Volder 9 February 2020 09: 36 New
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      It is necessary to completely destroy ISIS, stop any military operations in Syria, and also achieve the withdrawal of Turkish and Iranian forces from the country. That is, it is necessary to create such political conditions that the stay of the Americans in Syria would look like a real occupation.
      1. NordUral 9 February 2020 09: 42 New
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        And what does it look like, Dmitry? Have you come with gifts?
        1. Volder 9 February 2020 09: 55 New
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          Now everyone is there as a guest there: Iranians, Turks, Americans, French, other foreign trifles. Everyone is fighting terrorism, i.e. temporarily stay in a foreign country. Terrorism will disappear - the prefix "temporarily" will disappear. Who will remain next will automatically become an invader.
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            Will disappear? With such "guests" - never.
            1. Grits 9 February 2020 16: 47 New
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              Will disappear? With such "guests" - never.

              Right. will not disappear. Because any country, depending on the need, can call any group terrorists if desired. Though ethnic, at least religious, at least ideological. Or just come up with it. Because the word "terrorist" has become a scarecrow and under this mute you can do whatever you want.
      2. private person 9 February 2020 10: 13 New
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        It is necessary to completely destroy ISIS, to stop any military operations in Syria

        Joker you however. Our command, a year ago, announced the defeat of ISIS (banned in Russia) only now and there. There, Turkey and the Americans rule, and no one decree this.
        1. Volder 9 February 2020 16: 26 New
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          Ours rushed things, announcing the defeat of ISIS in order to quickly deploy the foreign contingent. After that, the terrorists re-activated, the masks were reset. Resetting the masks gave our VKS and the Syrian army the basis for further bombardments and sweeps, despite the discontented cries of the Turks and the Americans.
      3. Arlen 9 February 2020 12: 51 New
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        Need to completely destroy ISIS

        For the place of the Igilovites, some are financing the creation of a new terrorist tumor. The issue needs to be resolved between the superpowers. We need some new Yalta. Then the question can and will be resolved ... Maybe ...
    4. ML-334 9 February 2020 09: 38 New
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      To treat them like they did with the Indians is to send an infection to them.
      1. Pereira 9 February 2020 09: 42 New
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        Today, the phrase "I sneezed at you all" sounds more expressive than ever.
      2. private person 9 February 2020 10: 40 New
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        To treat them like they are with the Indians - to send an infection to them

        Who will decide on this? Who will chop the branch on which he sits? The dollar rules the world.
    5. Lipchanin 9 February 2020 09: 58 New
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      The question is how to squeeze out these thieves of Syrian oil from the oil-bearing regions of Syria without entering into direct conflict with the United States? what

      It seems to me unrealistic
      1. Serebryakov.75 9 February 2020 10: 27 New
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        I agree with you. Voluntarily, “mattresses” will not leave such a plot, only in front of a real threat .... Duley and when the coffins of servicemen under star-striped flags begin to arrive in the USA, this may compel President Trump to give the order to leave the ATS completely. On the eve of the election, his political opponents would not forgive him for serious losses.
    6. Smuta 9 February 2020 10: 02 New
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      The question is how to squeeze out these thieves of Syrian oil from the oil-bearing regions of Syria without entering into direct conflict with the United States? what

      Put pressure on Israel, just like that .. There’s the whole "aspen nest" of this massacre in BV!
    7. Krasnodar 9 February 2020 15: 29 New
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      The question is how to squeeze out these thieves of Syrian oil from the oil-bearing regions of Syria without entering into direct conflict with the United States? what

      Proxy
  • Bar2 9 February 2020 09: 26 New
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    you can get fucked up, you went into a foreign country, started a war, chopped off the best lands. Syria needs to demand the withdrawal of interventionists through the UN.
    1. Smuta 9 February 2020 10: 04 New
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      it is necessary through the UN to demand the withdrawal of interventionists.

      Thank you laughed heartily from your holy naivety .. laughing wassat crying
      No offense .. hi You can try to calm your conscience ..
    2. Lipchanin 9 February 2020 10: 13 New
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      it is necessary through the UN to demand the withdrawal of interventionists.

      UN. And what is it? What can it do?
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        Quote: Lipchanin
        Quote: Bar2
        it is necessary through the UN to demand the withdrawal of interventionists.

        UN. And what is it? What can it do?

        Pocket activist of the USA and Israel ..This has long been known to everyone ..

        V. Churkin died of a heart attack, protecting the interests of Russia to the last, among these hyenas at the UN.
        Everlasting memory !
        1. alexddd 10 February 2020 20: 18 New
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          There are certain mechanisms in the UN created during the formation of this organization. They provide for the resolution of any contradictions. If this organization is not able to resolve such crises, then it is necessary to stop participating in its activities. This is for example, if you are repeatedly wrapped in cheater cards, then you don’t need to play with them, well, or play, but be ready to act in case of anything. And if you’re not ready, don’t sit down. And here there is such a situation that a cardless rider from the deck yanks and even players in the face sometimes (when losing). It's a pity to Syria. Use it all and sundry. They helped in Korea - Amer planes shot down in batches with a full nuclear superiority of those and were not afraid of anyone. In Vietnam too. And now with complete superiority, Petrels, Daggers, Poseidons, Mace, Sarmat, Sineva, Club .... This is only the first thing that came to mind. Read about Amer’s weapons in direct access. To say that is weak, to say nothing. They understand they are upgrading free-falling nuclear bombs. Who will they throw them from planes ????? Sometimes it seems to me that all this is such a BLUFF that when people find out the truth in 50 years, they will be discouraged. If anyone is surprised.
  • ximkim 9 February 2020 09: 28 New
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    [/ quote] Previously, the head of the Pentagon, Mark Esper, said that the United States will protect oil fields from the capture of the Islamic State by terrorists (banned in Russia) and will be ready to strike in response to attempts to seize them [quote]


    They found a reason to linger. Although they wrote that they defeated the IG. Kurds help the US contingent and its allies linger.
    1. Lipchanin 9 February 2020 15: 35 New
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      They found a reason to linger. Although they wrote that they defeated the IG.

  • Fedor Sokolov 9 February 2020 09: 32 New
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    Occupants are expanding their presence. Syrian natural resources, however, like Iraqi, they simply will not give up.
  • Kabaev 9 February 2020 09: 35 New
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    When the Americans, quite recently left their bases - there was a real holiday here, all the more so at our bases our houses were stationed. Any argument that the states would not leave Syria was subjected to harsh backing tracks. Mattresses merged, trump coward, yankee go home ...
    Guys, maybe enough to underestimate the enemy? Maybe stop yelling cheers about and without! Save your hats, stop throwing problems at them ....
    1. Voltsky 9 February 2020 10: 19 New
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      critical thinking as well as humor are signs of intelligence :) This is about your quiet question, why do people rush from one extreme to the other with hooting and sputtering saliva in the style of “Hurray” or “Chef is gone”
      my friend cut the Troll at least smile, if age allows of course :)
  • NordUral 9 February 2020 09: 40 New
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    Anglo-Saxon boor and thief in all its glory.
  • aszzz888 9 February 2020 09: 59 New
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    They plan to create a second military base on the basis of the former Kurdish fortifications in Deir es Zora, built to control oil production.
    Robbery of energy resources by the Merikatos terrorists under the "roof" of their own state.
  • rocket757 9 February 2020 10: 10 New
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    It is not clear what will be done with this?
  • Voltsky 9 February 2020 10: 14 New
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    I absolutely support, the Americans “honestly” squeezed out this oil, and giving back what they so brazenly and gracelessly grabbed was not at all reasonable. They didn’t overthrow Assad, the Saudis with the Qatari, therefore, also did not bring the suitcase with nishtyaks to the cash desk for the work done, there remains at least some bonus, and you want to take it away ?! You have no hearts people !!!
  • Pavel57 9 February 2020 10: 29 New
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    - Mr. President, we are being pushed out of Syria.
    “Why trillions have been invested in you, now turn yourself.”
  • Lord of the Sith 9 February 2020 10: 43 New
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    Mdaa, and the Yankees do not bathe at all.
    We need oil and everything, do not care about international law, we wanted to spit on the sovereignty of the state, even on a basic decency to sneeze.

    Golem cowboys.
    1. cniza 9 February 2020 13: 10 New
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      Golem cowboys.


      Bandits from the highway.
  • akarfoxhound 9 February 2020 10: 43 New
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    Invaders are robbing the country ...
    1. cniza 9 February 2020 13: 10 New
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      Quote: akarfoxhound
      Invaders are robbing the country ...


      It has always been so with the weak, we were also well robbed ...
  • Livonetc 9 February 2020 10: 46 New
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    Thieves' pack.
    US oil is stolen.
    Israel in the Golan appropriated the water resources of Syria.
    Vorie.
  • Whisper 9 February 2020 11: 03 New
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    Oil is a cover for finding a contingent there. The monthly maintenance of bases in Syria is hardly cheaper than these 30 million, given that there are not only direct costs of maintenance, but also the cost of resources that work for these bases. Therefore, I believe that Americans are there for other reasons. Most likely these are political, long-playing and very important things that will be played in the future.
    1. rudolff 9 February 2020 11: 12 New
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      Fact. $ 30 million a month, this is more likely to support the Kurds pants than the benefit for the Americans. The reasons are different. Perhaps the partition of Syria, its fragmentation.
      1. Whisper 9 February 2020 11: 27 New
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        I think so. And Erdogan is probably not on our side.
        1. rudolff 9 February 2020 11: 34 New
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          Erdogan has never been on our side.
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            Quote: rudolff
            Erdogan has never been on our side.



            And never will be ...
      2. Lamata 9 February 2020 12: 55 New
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        Well, how to increase production.
        1. rudolff 9 February 2020 13: 20 New
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          So there will be more money to finance and the Kurds and other "moderate". There will be no direct benefit to the Americans anyway, not those volumes.
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            Namely, nishtyak, to sell someone else's oil and run the loot to finance the enemies of the owner of that oil. sheer gesheft. Yes to sticky hands that the thread sticks.
            1. rudolff 9 February 2020 15: 13 New
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              Everything is complicated there. The Kurds sell part of the oil to Turkey, against which they are fighting. And part of the oil is sold to Assad, from whom these Americans protect oil. East, however!
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                Assad still bought oil from IS - why take it on third-party markets at a high price?
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                However, yes, the easternmost east.
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  • tunes 9 February 2020 11: 11 New
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    In memory of our soldiers who died in Syria
  • Voltsky 9 February 2020 11: 27 New
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    Quote: sabakina
    Voletsky, if you are afraid of everyone, do not scare the rest. wink And even more so to Vital ...

    why are you afraid of me? :) there’s just such a thing - planning, but there’s such a reaction to an irritant :) You reacted in such a way that you threw off your hat, they crap and ran away, and if it doesn’t work out?! :) While I believe that it is necessary to carry out a set of measures, and as Kolya Makeyvelenko said, “The best plan is the one that is hidden from the enemy until you complete it”
    and in general, I don’t have a decree to fearless Vitalik, organized a organized crime group along with a song, bought a rifle for each brother, hung a drum around his neck and shouted “don't give a shit” forward onto the embrasure.
  • elai 9 February 2020 11: 50 New
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    Ours are fighting for the idea, and the United States for oil barrels, and no matter what successes they ascribe to the Assad regime and our military, the United States got everything they wanted, and it does not matter where Assad’s troops and ours run around in the desert. Everything is the same as in Agan, bases where there is money and to sneeze for the rest of the population and the military of other countries. If they get into it, they’ll get it in full, already in Syria it was, ironed well.
    And to replay the USA here so far it doesn’t work out.
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      And to replay the USA here so far it doesn’t work out.


      It's not evening yet, this time will come ...
  • Lamata 9 February 2020 12: 55 New
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    that's all democracy))))
  • zoland 9 February 2020 13: 03 New
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    Quote: Alekseev
    Yes, Iran has set an example. For bases, damn it, for bases, damn it, for bases. A lot is not necessary, a dozen RS or mortar mines per week will be already

    Yes, our military is ready at any moment together with the Syrians and Hesbollah .. But there is no order! There are too many agents of influence in Moscow and Netanyahu is constantly grazing there ..

    PMCs Wagner already tried, a total of 200 zinc
    1. cniza 9 February 2020 13: 06 New
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      Do not la la, scatter under the bench.
  • cniza 9 February 2020 13: 06 New
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    According to available information, the construction of two new military bases is necessary for the Americans to block the path of the Russian military to the Rumeline region, which is one of the main oil production centers in Syria.


    Here are restless, because the truth will win anyway ...
  • Dima_Anlim 9 February 2020 13: 15 New
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    Yes, and let them build. Russian military police on an armored personnel carrier (according to the most honest Russian media - there are all kinds of twitter accs there) - ram American armored vehicles for two times, pushing them off the road in whole packs, stuffing muzzles to American warriors in a hand in hand while traveling around their block posts and armored vehicles they want, with laughter, cutting circles around them, they make frightened Americans run away from the block of posts with horror in their eyes and pray Coca Cola, ironing them with helicopters. So no US bases in Syria will help.
  • Po-tzan 9 February 2020 13: 26 New
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    The US military in Syria began construction of two more new bases in the northeast of the United States near oil fields.


    And how local idiots danced with the banners a few months ago, celebrating a break over Americans who fled from Syria.
  • DPN
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    There is strength, money is being printed for the whole WORLD, that's where they build it where they want.
  • frizzy 9 February 2020 20: 49 New
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    Hurrah!!!! It’s time for amers to give us a mess. We can make cattle easier for us to live. And then our barre got too sick, damn it !!!
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  • lvov_aleksey 10 February 2020 01: 50 New
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    the whole war in Syria over energy, who would doubt it, I said it before