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Bloody march with chlorine odor

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Bloody march with chlorine odor... And again - the tragic March anniversary. 19 March 2011 of the year - the beginning of the NATO military operation called "Odyssey - Dawn" against the Libyan Jamahiriya, which turned into a blood-stained sunset ... 20 March 2003 - an attack of the USA and Great Britain on Iraq that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. 24 March 1999 - Operation Merciful Angel - the inhuman bombardments of Yugoslavia, which killed thousands of people and destroyed the country's industry and infrastructure. March continues to be bloody again and bear new victims. This time in Syria.


March 19 bandits used a chemical warhead weapons in the city of Aleppo in the Khan Al-Asal district against civilians. The shelling occurred on the part of the Kafr Dail area of ​​Aleppo Province, occupied by terrorists.

So one of the districts was severely damaged, the inhabitants of which are actively participating in demonstrations in support of the Syrian army. The death toll has reached 25 people. More than 80 people suffered. Among the victims are many children. Hospitals are overcrowded. Patients have difficulty breathing. Eyewitnesses from the area say that chlorine is smelling everywhere.

A few months ago, a video was distributed online, in which Syrian "oppositionists" conduct experiments with chemicals in Turkey. Experimental rabbits die in the video, and the “rebel” threatens that people in cities whose residents support the government will also die in the same way.

Then the Syrian government sounded the alarm. The SAR MFA sent two letters to the UN Secretary-General and the Chairman of the UN Security Council expressing the fear that provocation by the militants against the civilian population is possible. It was also pointed out that the militants seized a chlorine plant in the province of Aleppo. Shortly before the seizure, the Syrian government asked UN observers (while the mission was still working in the country) to inspect the plant, but such inspectorates were prevented by terrorists who had fired at a convoy of UN personnel as they approached the plant.

However, in response to the letters from the Syrian leadership, the UN was silent. It is inconvenient, you see, to recognize that on the side of the "opposition" there are boundless people capable of everything. And the result is the death and torment of innocent people ...

The Russian Foreign Ministry responded to the alarming message, condemning the use of chemical weapons by terrorists. “They are extremely seriously concerned about the fact that weapons of mass destruction fall into the hands of militants, which further aggravates the situation in the SAR and brings confrontation in this country to a new level. We once again urge all sensible forces in Syria to renounce violence and move on to real steps towards a political settlement at the negotiating table, as provided for in the Geneva communique, ”the Russian Foreign Ministry’s press and information department comments.

As for the United States, they, of course, whitewash their puppets. White House spokesman Jay Carney said at a special briefing that the United States does not have any evidence that the Syrian opposition used chemical weapons.

At the same time, Carney could not resist the attacks on the side of the legitimate leadership of Syria and said that he was afraid of the use of chemical weapons by President Bashar Al-Assad. Once again, there were threats to a sovereign state. The United States does not even try to find the truth - they have already riveted their own truth in their offices, according to which there is a “good” opposition and a “bad” government. And then - "and the court, and the truth - all keep quiet!"
At the same time, another provocation occurred - the media spread the information that Syria had inflicted air strikes on the territory of Lebanon to eliminate the militant camps. Allegedly, the Khirba-Utin and Wadi Heil border areas with Syria were bombarded.

A few days ago, the Syrian Foreign Ministry appealed to the Lebanese authorities with a request to strengthen the security of the Lebanese-Syrian border, through which militants are constantly trying to penetrate the territory of the SAR. Through the same border smuggling weapons penetrate into Syria, which falls into the hands of terrorists. This appeal was the reason for the misinformation.

However, the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs categorically denied these rumors. “Syria respects the sovereignty of Lebanon and is committed to maintaining stability in this fraternal country,” the spokesman said.

The same United States does not disdain to send bombers thousands of kilometers away from its territory under the pretext of "fighting terrorism". But how did they catch the misinformation spread by the media to use it again against Syria! Even if it were, it would be interesting to see how the United States and NATO countries would react to the immediate threat of terrorism near their borders!

And on the same day, the so-called Syrian “opposition”, sitting in Istanbul, created a puppet pseudo-government, electing him as the chairman of a certain Hasan Hitto, who worked in the United States for 25 years! What can be said about the legitimacy of such a “transitional government” if it was elected only by representatives of the coalition created in Qatar at the behest of Clinton? It does not represent not only Syrian citizens, but even the Syrian opposition, because no one asked the opinions of those opposition forces that are not part of the “Qatari coalition.”

At the same time, calls for armed aggression by NATO against Syria have intensified. One of the most ardent supporters of such intervention was the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, known as the hangman of Yugoslavia and Iraq. He stated in an interview with the BBC that “Western countries can pay a heavy price if they do not intervene in the conflict in Syria.” What is the price if it outweighs the billions that Blair wants to threaten in a new bloody war?

The interview was given on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the attack on Iraq. Blair said that the decision to send troops to Iraq was difficult in his career, but he believes it is correct. I wonder if the bloody boys dream of the ex-premier? He does not even want to imagine what hundreds of thousands of dead people are. They are not people for him, but the natives of a foreign state, which was decided to occupy.

Many pro-Western media have already recognized that the reason for the aggression against Iraq was falsified: the Iraqi leadership had no weapons of mass destruction. Even American intelligence confirmed this. At the same time, none of the officials of the United States and Britain dared to recognize the bloodbath in Iraq as a mistake! They understand that this is not a mistake, but a crime, but with the persistence of recidivists they want to commit more and more new crimes of this kind.

But if it was necessary to liquidate the legitimate leadership of Iraq, then he was unfoundedly accused of using weapons of mass destruction. If it is necessary to support the Syrian puppet "opposition", then the facts of its use of chemical weapons against the civilians of Aleppo are completely ignored. Call yourself a fighter for democracy — and grass people, even with gas, or something else! In the eyes of the world community, you will still be a “warrior of freedom” deserving support ...

Could it be that the bloody march, which in Aleppo smells like chlorine and brought dozens more corpses, is ready to present a new tragic date?
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  1. radio operator
    radio operator 21 March 2013 08: 17 New
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    And another decade of the occupation of Iraq, to ​​which the United States brought the "ideals of democracy."
    Thanks to this democracy, the Pashtuns, very sympathetic to Iran, came to power. Well, the Americans are not yet concerned about this - the main oil is pumped out of the country. In order to climb there.
    1. Nevsky
      Nevsky 21 March 2013 10: 00 New
      +8
      The use of chem. weapons reminiscent of the burning of the Reichstag in Germany ..

      Provocation
      1. strannik595
        strannik595 21 March 2013 11: 51 New
        +7
        soon the "warriors of freedom" will reach the overseas metropolis ............... and in Europe there are a lot of relatives of frostbitten warriors in France, Belgium, England ....... let then hair on pope do not tear when explosions of trotyl with nails begin, the aroma of chlorine and sarin in the subway
    2. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 21 March 2013 14: 44 New
      +3
      Syrian fighters provoke Lebanon with rocket attacks



      Five missiles were launched today in the Lebanese city of Al Qasr in the Bekaa Valley from Syria. Some Western media outlets immediately accused the government of shelling, as a day earlier it became known about the attacks of Syrian helicopters on the border region of Lebanon, where militants took refuge.

      Explosions of rockets caused a panic among the residents of the Lebanese city, although there were no casualties and injuries. Al-Manar TV Channel said Syrian fighters are responsible for shelling Lebanon. According to the channel, the shelling was carried out by members of gangs from the Syrian province of Homs.

      On March 18, the Lebanese President instructed the Foreign Ministry to send an official note of protest to Damascus, and the next day before the press, he condemned the bombing of the Lebanese territory by the Syrian Air Force. The Syrian leadership has denied information about the attacks of its helicopters in Lebanon.

      Recently, the provocations of Damascus to aggravate relations with neighbors or Western countries follow one after another. On March 19, it became known that a missile with a chemical warhead was launched in a residential area. Both sides of the conflict accuse each other of a chemical attack. At the same time, the armed opposition went further - its representatives said that chemical attacks in addition to Aleppo were carried out by government forces in Eastern Ghouta (Damascus) and the Bab Amro region (Homs).
    3. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 21 March 2013 14: 45 New
      +1
      Syrian fighters launched Grad rocket at Hezbollah facility in Lebanon



      In the evening of March 20, the Grad rocket was launched from Syria and fell in an area that is controlled by the Lebanese Hezbollah movement, newsru.co.il reports with reference to the Qatari TV channel Al Jazeera.

      The rocket exploded in the area of ​​the city of Hermel, located in the north-east of the country, not far from the Hezbollah military facility, two kilometers from the border. No casualties reported.

      On the same day, one of the Islamist groups operating in Syria announced that its militants had struck the Hezbollah site in Lebanese territory, the Reshet Bet radio station reports. It was reported that five missiles had exploded in Lebanon in the area of ​​Al-Qasr.

      According to a number of media reports, on March 18, Syrian air forces attacked Lebanese territory for the first time since the start of the civil war. Aviation fired rockets at the Arsal area. The rockets exploded in an open area, no one was hurt.

      According to Al-Manar TV channel, the Syrian Air Force helicopters fired at the positions of militants who tried to penetrate into Syria in large groups of at least 100 people each. Official Damascus denied this information and called the incident a provocation of gangs.
    4. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 21 March 2013 14: 46 New
      +6
      Kurds took control of Syrian Kamyshly



      Syrian government forces left the city of Kamyshly and actually surrendered it to Kurdish militias. This was reported by Kurdistan.ru with reference to the publication Al-Akhbar.

      According to the Kurdish People’s Defense Committees, at present Kamyshly is completely controlled by Kurdish formations. The "Committees" and the "Party of the Democratic Union" are preparing to manage the urban economy, to carry out police and social functions.

      The Kurds say they will not allow the militants of the Syrian Free Army (SSA) to enter Kamyshly and defend it. Already this month, representatives of the Syrian authorities from Damascus will be sent to the city, however, they will more likely serve as observers. The Kurds are unlikely to give real power in the city again just like that.

      According to Al-Akhbar, the fate of another major Kurdish city of Hasak is still unclear. Clashes between militants of Islamic groups on the one hand and Kurds on the other are periodically renewed there. Syrian Air Force attacks on strongholds and militant bases.

      The FSA has already announced the "liberation" of the city of Hasak, but in reality there is no firm control over the city. The locality is actually in the regime of self-government and is divided according to the ethnic principle (Kurds-Arabs).
    5. Zeus
      Zeus 21 March 2013 22: 01 New
      +1
      radio operator maybe Shiites, not Pashtuns?
      1. kush62
        kush62 22 March 2013 04: 21 New
        +1
        Zeus Shiites - this refers to religion, and Pashtuns - nationality (nationality)
    6. vitya29111973
      vitya29111973 24 March 2013 03: 17 New
      0
      what are the Pashtuns in Iraq !!! Well you are burning !!!
  2. GELEZNII_KAPUT
    GELEZNII_KAPUT 21 March 2013 08: 19 New
    +2
    States schA Assad will blame this and start a war !!! wassat
  3. Denis
    Denis 21 March 2013 08: 28 New
    +8
    Terrorists used chemical weapons from the United States, and the Americans are already shouting that Assad is suspected of this, everything is according to their scenario, now Oland will scream that it’s time to send troops and will begin ...
    1. Sirocco
      Sirocco 21 March 2013 09: 43 New
      +5
      Until the new year, the United States said that if Assad accepts chemical weapons, the United States and NATO will enter Syria. Here are their students and arrange provocations.
  4. goody
    goody 21 March 2013 08: 45 New
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    Fortitude to the Syrian people and ruler Bashar Assad!
  5. igor36
    igor36 21 March 2013 08: 50 New
    +6
    European morons supporting gangs in Syria care only about how much dough you can earn on this, first by supplying weapons, and then by sharing the remnants of Syrian property.
  6. Natalia
    Natalia 21 March 2013 09: 06 New
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    March 24, 1999 - Operation "Charity Angel" - inhuman bombing of Yugoslavia, killing thousands of people and destroying the country's industry and infrastructure.

    Soon the time will come, their whole economy will collapse, that in Europe there is the USA, and they will answer us for bastards for Yugoslavia angry
    After all, not only the Americans bombed the Yugoslavs, but also civilized Europeans .....
    1. Natalia
      Natalia 21 March 2013 09: 16 New
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      The whole world is supposedly being taught democracy, and the hands themselves are bloodied to the elbow ..... I think no matter how strong and formidable they are, such power will inevitably collapse, it will collapse .... so that they do not.
      Because there is no truth on their side, and this is not at all “cheers patriotism”, it’s the law of life, if you mess for a long time then ...... then such people will face severe changes, and there are a lot of examples in history (from Babylon to III Reich).
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco 21 March 2013 09: 45 New
        +5
        Quote: Natalia
        Teach the whole world supposedly democracy

        An example of Cyprus is a confirmation of their democratic values. The last pants they want to take off from ordinary citizens,
        1. TUMAN
          TUMAN 21 March 2013 14: 49 New
          +2
          Quote: Sirocco
          An example of Cyprus is a confirmation of their democratic values. The last pants they want to take off from ordinary citizens,

          I want to see the comments of Pupyrchaty, professor, Rumata, MironKa. Or the only one who put a minus article!
        2. Nick
          Nick 21 March 2013 20: 46 New
          0
          Quote: Sirocco
          An example of Cyprus is a confirmation of their democratic values. The last pants they want to take off from ordinary citizens,

          They want to take off their trousers from the Russian ghouls-oligarchs and smaller trash who robbed their people and hid money in the Cyprus offshore, but they cut down the forest - chips fly, and ordinary citizens will get it ...
      2. Che
        Che 21 March 2013 13: 31 New
        +5
        I wonder if the bloody boys are dreaming of the ex-prime minister? He does not even want to imagine what hundreds of thousands of dead people are. They are not people for him, but natives of a foreign state, which it was decided to occupy.

        These nonhumans sleep quietly, they simply are not capable of sympathy.
        1. Zeus
          Zeus 21 March 2013 22: 06 New
          +2
          It’s hard to call them people. The real devils, satanists are foul!
      3. Sandov
        Sandov 21 March 2013 20: 29 New
        +2
        The role of America here is very unsightly, and even when they behaved with dignity, probably more or less during the Second World War.
        1. Dilshat
          Dilshat 21 March 2013 23: 35 New
          +3
          they also organized the Second World War.
    2. Heccrbq
      Heccrbq 21 March 2013 12: 20 New
      +2
      Natalia, but ordinary Europeans and Americans (they don’t give a damn, they won’t find Russia on the map, not like Syria, Iraq, Lebanon) aren’t particularly guilty, but they’ll hit them, not the top, which is directly to blame, that’s the thing!
      1. aksakal
        aksakal 21 March 2013 13: 32 New
        +2
        Quote: Heccrbq

        Natalia, but ordinary Europeans and Americans (they don’t give a damn, they won’t find Russia on the map, not like Syria, Iraq, Lebanon) aren’t particularly guilty, but they’ll hit them, not the top, which is directly to blame, that’s the thing!
        - for the silence of the lambs there is also demand. Even in the Criminal Code there is such an article. So let them not unconditionally support, but begin to influence their governments. There is experience - it is the discontent of the people of the United States that has become the main reason for ending the Vietnam War. So, people can, if they want. And if he doesn’t want to, then he agrees with the policies of his elite. So an accomplice. Accordingly, it will deserve what you are so worried about.
      2. Natalia
        Natalia 21 March 2013 13: 52 New
        +4
        Quote: Heccrbq
        they’re not particularly guilty, but it’s going to hit them, and not the top, which is directly guilty, that’s the thing

        And to whom it’s easy now .... we stood in lines in the 90s, and nothing, the same Gorbachev, I doubt that I felt discomfort in those days ......
        So neither Che nor Che .... we pulled with grief on the floors and they pull will not break off.
        Not all of them drink Bordeaux on the Cote d'Azur and ask each other: Russia, and where is it?
        Soon they will find out where it is .... much closer than they think.
        Yeah, exactly, and as they wanted, the time to collect flowers comes to an end and harsh reality comes ...... I will even say more, in the 90s they (Europeans) did not spare us at all, and even ironized this situation: "here they jumped, with their communism," so I almost feel sorry for them .... it's just that the earth .... it is round.
      3. Dilshat
        Dilshat 21 March 2013 23: 46 New
        +2
        They so boast of their democracy. The possibility of free elections of leaders in their countries. Leaders who then give orders to attack other countries. They are responsible for those whom they choose and bear full responsibility for them! What their people want is their president to do. And for such a "people "it doesn’t matter how he (the leader) and how he does it! If only there would be more grub and bucks. The people in the USA have changed since Vietnam. And which way is it better to let those who work there for many years tell.
  7. Forest
    Forest 21 March 2013 09: 11 New
    22
    Everyone who goes on holiday to Turkey is the "sponsor" of this rabble.
    1. Natalia
      Natalia 21 March 2013 09: 21 New
      +3
      Quote: Forest
      Everyone who goes on holiday to Turkey is the "sponsor" of this rabble.

      I’m not going to Turkey and finally I won’t go .... no, not because I’ll sponsor something, but simply by the reviews there’s not really .....
      But I don’t think it’s necessary to bother to such extremes, if you think about using and buying products from Microsoft and other other Western corporations .... in a sense, it is also sponsoring their economies ......
      1. Forest
        Forest 21 March 2013 09: 37 New
        +4
        Yes, it’s definitely not necessary to “bother”, or rather, you don’t need to think, you just need to blindly pay for your death, it’s an ideal person for a consumer society. By the way, is it a joke about buying "Microsoft products"? )))
      2. Basilevs
        Basilevs 21 March 2013 10: 03 New
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        [quote = Natalia] the use and purchase of products of Microsoft and other other Western corporations .... in a sense, is also sponsoring their economies ...... [/ quot

        Give a pirate blow to the bourgeois economy !!! (joke)

        By the way, how many of those present use genuine software ?? (not a joke)
        1. Natalia
          Natalia 21 March 2013 10: 08 New
          +3
          Quote: Basilevs
          By the way, how many of those present use genuine software ?? (not a joke)

          Quote: Basilevs
          By the way, is it a joke about buying "Microsoft products"? )))

          The Lord is with you comrades, I’m against not buying these products, find an alternative and that’s all, it's in the hat. winked
          1. Forest
            Forest 21 March 2013 10: 11 New
            +1
            I about purchase))), but not use.
        2. Forest
          Forest 21 March 2013 10: 12 New
          +2
          We support the blow)))
    2. Director
      Director 21 March 2013 13: 45 New
      +6
      Really LES is right, went to Turkey paid for the death of a Russian soldier
    3. Director
      Director 21 March 2013 13: 53 New
      +1
      Really LES is right, went to Turkey paid for the death of a Russian soldier
  8. Explore
    Explore 21 March 2013 09: 12 New
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    Moraism grows stronger ... Opinion of listeners of Echo of Moscow regarding the use of chemical weapons in Syria is divided ...
    Supporters of the first version believe that the bloody Putin regime agreed to the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime against rebels.
    Supporters of the second, chemical weapons, were used by Russian troops supporting the Assad regime.

    Everything, after that on dem sites - not a foot. Imbibilism is contagious ...
    1. krokodil25
      krokodil25 21 March 2013 09: 50 New
      +4
      ON Echo, the only normal transmission is the case. And everything else shit is not a systematic assumption. lol laughing
    2. Ascetic
      Ascetic 21 March 2013 10: 51 New
      +7
      Quote: Explorar
      Everything, after that on dem sites - not a foot. Imbibilism is contagious ...


      On the Interpreter, such people are probably being bred collecting money to help political prisoners languishing in the dungeons of the "bloody rubble." Although such an audience last year’s snow cannot be begged even for general collective needs, and people are basically wealthy, but the main motto of their lives is nothing to anyone should not, everyone owes me.
    3. Zeus
      Zeus 21 March 2013 22: 19 New
      0
      Horseradish tin. In listeners, the brain leaked from the ears.
  9. zao74
    zao74 21 March 2013 09: 13 New
    +6
    If Russia, in response to a military operation of the West, does not provide REAL military assistance, Syria kirdyk will be devoured as the previous ones. Either it’s necessary to introduce peacekeepers, or send volunteers, or powerful technical assistance and a couple of airborne divisions, as advisers, as well as a brigade of marines to defend the Russian base.
    1. Natalia
      Natalia 21 March 2013 09: 35 New
      +2
      Quote: zao74
      If Russia, in response to a military operation of the West, does not provide REAL military assistance, Syria kirdyk will be devoured as the previous ones. Either it’s necessary to introduce peacekeepers, or send volunteers, or powerful technical assistance and a couple of airborne divisions, as advisers, as well as a brigade of marines to defend the Russian base.

      yes I agree with you a little more than completely .... right now I wanted to write about it ....
      And on the other hand? This means sending our guys to the next Khasavyurt so that they risk their lives there, and then this means that the president (GDP in the above privacy) must make such a decision, and then what will be the reaction to it .... there isn’t not international but internal this will concern the population of Russia. To say, let's send our peacekeepers there to say easily, but really, which of you would go there? Are there any volunteers? Only honestly ..... I do not want to say at all that this should not be done, butoooo ...... it must be done carefully.
      And on the other hand, the Great Rulers take great risks, I think the GDP is able to make such a decision ... hi
      1. Tartary
        Tartary 21 March 2013 11: 00 New
        +3
        Quote: Natalia
        but really, which of you would go there? Are there any volunteers? Only honestly .....

        I would go, but who will take me? Well it is necessary to undergo training so that the hands and eyes remember ...
        And it will be necessary to make a decision quickly, so the prepared and young, and even the “fart” will be the first to send the second echelon ...
        So, alas - an unrealistic desire to stay with one grenade against 5 enemy tanks, while it remains unclaimed ... Alas.
      2. Obama
        Obama 21 March 2013 12: 39 New
        0
        Quote: And on the other hand, the Great Rulers take great risks, I think the GDP is able to make such a decision ...... capable. I'd love to believe it! But in light of the latest information, this is hard to believe! Article from the RT website March 21, 2013 12:06: Lebanese Beirut will become the temporary base of the Russian Navy

        The Russian Navy temporarily refuses to use its Tartus naval base in Syria. The command explained its decision by the aggravation of armed confrontation in the war-torn country and speculations around Russian sailors.
        “The sharp escalation of the armed conflict in Syria and the speculations surrounding the visit of our warships to Tartus are forcing us now to look for safer ports for their business calls. It is determined that one of these ports is located in Lebanese Beirut. Corresponding work is already underway, ”an agency source in the Russian Navy stated in an interview with ITAR-TASS.
        Such ports in the Mediterranean Sea are necessary for Russian warships to replenish supplies, rest crews and provide logistical support for the voyage. Now a permanent grouping is being formed in the Mediterranean, which will consist of five to six ships and have their own control. This was announced on March 11 by Russian Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu.
        The agency’s source emphasized that the leadership is not going to abandon the Tartus base, but only expands the possibilities for ensuring operational tasks. This is the only Russian warship base in the strategically important region of the Mediterranean, from where you can access the World Ocean and access the southern coast of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Moreover, the base in Tartus built in 1971 by agreement with Damascus remains the only one in Russia abroad. Oga is an object consisting of floating moorings, a floating workshop, storage facilities, barracks and various household facilities.
      3. evfrat
        evfrat 21 March 2013 13: 19 New
        0
        You reason from the stereotypes of the past. Russia is not the USSR, and it will no longer “fit in” anywhere. Modern Russia is big words and no concrete measures. This is the same as saying to the bully: “You should fill your face for such a thing!”, And his hands are in his pockets. And no one will answer for the bombing of Serbia. What did Russia do then? Nothing. A reference to the weakness of the then authorities is only to remove responsibility to the people for obvious betrayal. One throw at Pristina then was enough that the aggressor thought - is it worth it? After only shame remained. And everything has already been decided on the account of Syria, we will help them as well as Libya - we’ll give a little whisper to the UN.
      4. aksakal
        aksakal 21 March 2013 13: 36 New
        +4
        Quote: Natalia
        This means sending our guys to the next Khasavyurt so that they risk their lives there, and then this means that the president (GDP in the above privacy) must make such a decision, and then what will be the reaction to it .... there isn’t not international but internal this will concern the population of Russia.
        - rhetorical question. We do not want to confront Syria - put up with the fall of Syria and there is nothing to stink further on this subject in the future. Need Syria - have to send kids. I am sure there are volunteers. On past branches one persistently asked how to go there?
        1. Natalia
          Natalia 21 March 2013 14: 16 New
          0
          Quote: aksakal
          We do not want to confront Syria - put up with the fall of Syria and there is nothing to stink further on this subject in the future. Need Syria - have to send kids.

          So you need to send ..... the interests of Russia should be defended beyond its borders, and our guys are brave guys, they have not once and twice proved what they are worth, but war itself is a terrible thing ..... it's terrible .....
          .... and there is no valor in it, and there is no poetry in it ......
          1. aksakal
            aksakal 21 March 2013 20: 12 New
            +2
            Quote: Natalia
            So you need to send ..... the interests of Russia should be defended beyond its borders, and our guys are brave guys, they have not once and twice proved what they are worth, but war itself is a terrible thing ..... it's terrible
            - history does not like the subjunctive mood, all these if only if, but nevertheless, one analogy is striking. Before the Second World War, Soviet military specialists participated in military operations in Spain. There, they were killed enough, but if twice as many were killed, the main thing is that the result would be the defeat of Nazi Germany in Spain, then the Soviet Union would not have to put 27 deaths on the Victory Altar in a couple of years! I think the math is very clear here. I am not very pleased to write about sending children to Syria, but mathematics is a stubborn thing. And History is a stubborn thing, how many times you will step on a mop, how many times mother-story will bury you on the forehead with it. So stop hoping for a miracle and shake one blanket like a young spirit in the army - maybe my grandfather will pass by my bed. Fails - it is 100%. And while that spirit that grandfather has already got to the bottom of is still resisting, it is better to jump in and help, having previously armed with a bed stool - the two are handy and victory is more likely. Army experience.
            Quote: Natalia
            but war itself is a terrible thing ..... it's a nightmare.
            - there's nothing to be done. Humanity has not yet come up with another way to resolve conflicts. This is an objective reality. sad
            1. kush62
              kush62 22 March 2013 04: 28 New
              0
              put 27 limas of lives on the altar of Victory!
              Dear elder, this is somehow blasphemous. Well did not write pieces.
              27 million lives of our compatriots, sounds worthy.
      5. Zeus
        Zeus 21 March 2013 22: 21 New
        +1
        I would go, only the training will have to go through again)))
    2. skeptic
      skeptic 21 March 2013 10: 23 New
      +4
      Quote: zao74
      If Russia, in response to a military operation of the West, does not provide REAL military assistance, Syria kirdyk will be devoured as the previous ones. Either it’s necessary to introduce peacekeepers, or send volunteers, or powerful technical assistance and a couple of airborne divisions, as advisers, as well as a brigade of marines to defend the Russian base.


      All this is great, BUT ... Russia is already trying (by washing, so skating) to drag it by the ears, to some kind of conflict, to "confirm the aggressiveness of the Putin regime." All the work of the Western media is built on this. Before you get involved in international conflicts, you need to create a real, international opinion that Russia is the TRUE PEACEKEEPER. To do this, not only RT, but all sites capable and willing to create Russia in a truly positive way should work for the whole world, in all languages. Without this, one can only call out to our Motherland not only international isolation, but also justify any aggression against Russia itself. Therefore, so far Putin has only a small circle of opportunities to help Syria.
      1. Natalia
        Natalia 21 March 2013 10: 37 New
        +1
        Quote: skeptic
        All this is great, BUT ... Russia is already trying (by washing, so skating) to drag it by the ears, to some kind of conflict

        But this is also true, yes ... a long time ago we didn’t fight where. War is first what? this is a blow to the economy of the country ..... the Americans fought fought, fought fought, military expenditures alone decently eaten their economy .....
      2. evfrat
        evfrat 21 March 2013 13: 34 New
        +2
        Trying to make an omelet without breaking eggs - also somehow strangely agree?
      3. aksakal
        aksakal 21 March 2013 13: 43 New
        +3
        Quote: skeptic
        but also to justify any aggression against Russia itself

        It seems to be a healthy post, a skeptic, that's just your quote here
        Quote: skeptic
        justify any aggression against Russia itself
        - Can you indicate a country ready to take this step? I really want to look at this very state laughing laughing laughing
        Let's not be like the heroes of the Chekhov story, where the midshipman and the cabman were afraid of each other to death and done stupid things laughing
        And the mutual policy of the States and Russia right now is similar to the behavior of these two characters laughing I think Russia just needs to stop being afraid, and you will see how everything changes in this world, especially the attitude towards Russia
        1. Natalia
          Natalia 21 March 2013 14: 10 New
          -1
          Quote: aksakal
          I think Russia just needs to stop being afraid, and you will see how everything changes in this world, especially the attitude towards Russia

          But it’s probably really so that whoever doesn’t speak and America is really not the same, and we have changed .... And those who say that if America wants us it ..... well, history doesn’t remember such examples when it I wanted something in relation to us, but we remember very well when the 5th (or 6th) US fleet withdrew from the Mediterranean, since the teachings of all the fleets of the Russian Federation were outlined there, it’s just near the borders of Syria ....... well it is true that American trolls may disagree with me, they say they say: “it was they who left because it was planned so, they are great America and they are not afraid of anyone” ...... well, well, of course, it’s planned, they have the plan clearly spelled out not to snatch lyuley from Russia by any means. lol
        2. skeptic
          skeptic 21 March 2013 14: 23 New
          +1
          Quote: aksakal
          - Can you indicate a country ready to take this step? I really want to look at this very state


          The general trends of the recent armed conflicts say that “gopniks” from all over the world are used as an invasion army, with a distantly religious bias. Without an official aggressor state, merging with the thugs of the fifth column, armed with all Western countries create chaos in the state - an outcast. Under the mass media of the Western media about the violation of "human rights to free expression of will", the foundations of the state are shaken to a state of economic and political collapse. After this, Western countries “on a white horse” invade and impose a “GREAT ORDER”. Well, like reservations for the Indians. Naturally for our country there will be a small exception. An invasion only after the neutralization (by any means) of nuclear weapons.

          Even if this scenario fails for them (as always), Russia will lose a lot of blood, and the economic losses will be very large. I don’t even want a hint of such a scenario, but I need not to relax and raise Russia as responsibly as possible, each in its own place. Without waiting for a certain uncle to come, he will judge us.
          1. HAIFISCH
            HAIFISCH 21 March 2013 19: 39 New
            +2
            Common practice for these freaks. The export of war in its purest form, as everyone knows well, ultimately henchmen will come to "power" who have no thoughts to establish a peaceful life for society, but instead cut down deposits and communications for their delivery. They will snatch what they can while they can, while all the armed scum will not go anywhere, and it will not be known where it will be trampled on, therefore there is only one conclusion if we want to see Syria as an independent state, it is necessary to help it not only at the diplomatic level.
            1. aksakal
              aksakal 21 March 2013 21: 08 New
              0
              Quote: skeptic
              Even if this scenario fails for them (as always), Russia will lose a lot of blood, and the economic losses will be very large. I don’t even want a hint of such a scenario, but I need not to relax and raise Russia as responsibly as possible, each in its own place. Without waiting for a certain uncle to come, he will judge us.

              Quote: HAIFISCH
              if we want to see Syria as an independent state, it is necessary to help it not only at the diplomatic level.
              - Respect, I agree and do not argue!
    3. antiaircrafter
      antiaircrafter 21 March 2013 15: 13 New
      +1
      Quote: zao74
      a couple of airborne divisions, as advisers

      soldiers there will begin to advise conscripts?
  10. Celmz
    Celmz 21 March 2013 09: 18 New
    +1
    The State Department’s hypocrisy knows no bounds, all right, the Americans, they still slurp to the fullest — where is Europe rolling? Really fascist politics suits Europeans, Europeans shredded, souls in them were gone
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 21 March 2013 10: 32 New
      +2
      Quote: Celmz
      The hypocrisy of the State Department knows no boundaries,

      So they just have to fit in! I wonder if someone uses a can of tear gas, will the US regard this as "use of chemical weapons" too?
      1. skeptic
        skeptic 21 March 2013 11: 31 New
        +2
        Quote: Egoza
        I wonder if someone uses a can of tear gas, will the US regard this as "use of chemical weapons" too?


        But what about throwing corpses nearby, it doesn’t matter that with traces of stab and gunshot wounds, take a little photoshoot, catch up with regular "objective" media, put a Soviet cap with earflaps next to it ... Now it’s already the Russian trace. A couple of such "materials" can be slaughtered Syria without UN sanction. Like that.
      2. DDR
        DDR 21 March 2013 18: 42 New
        +1
        Quote: Egoza
        I wonder if someone uses a can of tear gas, will the US regard this as "use of chemical weapons" too?

        Question to doctors and pharmacologists. Is there such a gas that these "rebels" for two weeks thought only of toilet paper? wassat
  11. Cpa
    Cpa 21 March 2013 09: 20 New
    +1
    Accusations of the bombing of Lebanon, a bluff, designed for the foolish. Syria patron and ally of Lebanon, in 2005g. Before the Lebanese conflict, negotiations were held on the unification of the two countries. After the destruction of the Prime Minister of Lebanon, the process stopped, because The new prime minister has American support.
  12. PROXOR
    PROXOR 21 March 2013 09: 51 New
    +5
    I think it's time for Turkey to seriously understand that they would calm down !!! Remind them of Usak Pasha. And keep the fleet's strike force in the port of Tartus. I think both Iran and China will support us in the same way by sending their ships. Syria is not to be given under any pretext. Kuzyu with the Air Wing would also be there. Stripping at camp sites. That there would be no stone on a stone.
    There are Somali pre-decedents, once ours have already shot them right in the boats. Now, upon seeing the horizon, St. Andrew's pennant is being draped like a hare from the Wolf.
    1. DDR
      DDR 21 March 2013 18: 49 New
      0
      Quote: PROXOR
      I think it's time for Turkey to seriously understand that they would calm down

      Our Foreign Ministry needs to behave harsher; we are no longer whipping boys like in the 90s! angry
  13. krokodil25
    krokodil25 21 March 2013 10: 06 New
    +3
    Amer, as always, blames Assad, and already declare that at any time they can organize without a flight zone and then we all know how it all ends. Urgent need to help Syria, and not just in words !!!
  14. sichevik
    sichevik 21 March 2013 10: 23 New
    +2
    There is no way to make concessions on the Syrian issue. If our Foreign Ministry at least a little rescues in front of the West-that's all. This will be a collapse for Syria and for our foreign policy. And having done away with Syria, they will take up Iran, and there it is not far from Russia. With the fall of Syria, we will have a lot of intractable problems. We will hope and hope for the wisdom, firmness and steadfastness of our leadership and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the Syrian issue.
    1. Serjio-1
      Serjio-1 21 March 2013 10: 42 New
      +5
      With the fall of Syria, Russia's prestige will fall! No one needs a weak friend. Putin makes it very clear to the West that Russia is ready to defend Syria. Otherwise, why is there such a sea fist and landing ships with armed marines? After all, after such demonstrations, in the event of an attack by the GFS on Syria, the GDP has two ways - to intervene in the conflict or, with tail pulled, fade quietly. For some reason, I don’t believe in the second option at all!
  15. Lopatov
    Lopatov 21 March 2013 10: 34 New
    +1
    Chlorine? So this is not necessarily a chemical weapon.
  16. engineer74
    engineer74 21 March 2013 10: 38 New
    +3
    It’s time to introduce a platoon (~ 1,5 million) of Chinese peacekeepers under the UN or SCO flag!
  17. elmi
    elmi 21 March 2013 10: 55 New
    +5
    The militants are "trying" with might and main to give a reason to start a NATO war with Syria. And we are limited only to sympathize, the USSR would not allow this.
    1. skeptic
      skeptic 21 March 2013 11: 44 New
      0
      Quote: elmi
      The USSR would not allow this.


      So today's Russia is not the USSR. Neither according to prestige, nor according to opportunities.
  18. Obama
    Obama 21 March 2013 12: 47 New
    0
    Quote: Natalia
    And on the other hand, the Great Rulers take great risks, I think the GDP is able to make such a decision ...

    I'd love to believe it! But in light of the latest information, this is hard to believe! Article from the RT website March 21, 2013 12:06: Lebanese Beirut will become the temporary base of the Russian Navy
    The Russian Navy temporarily refuses to use its Tartus naval base in Syria. The command explained its decision by the aggravation of armed confrontation in the war-torn country and speculations around Russian sailors.
    “The sharp escalation of the armed conflict in Syria and the speculations surrounding the visit of our warships to Tartus are forcing us now to look for safer ports for their business calls. It is determined that one of these ports is located in Lebanese Beirut. Corresponding work is already underway, ”an agency source in the Russian Navy stated in an interview with ITAR-TASS.
    Such ports in the Mediterranean Sea are necessary for Russian warships to replenish supplies, rest crews and provide logistical support for the voyage. Now a permanent grouping is being formed in the Mediterranean, which will consist of five to six ships and have their own control. This was announced on March 11 by Russian Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu.
    The agency’s source emphasized that the leadership is not going to abandon the Tartus base, but only expands the possibilities for ensuring operational tasks. This is the only Russian warship base in the strategically important region of the Mediterranean, from where you can access the World Ocean and access the southern coast of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Moreover, the base in Tartus built in 1971 by agreement with Damascus remains the only one in Russia abroad. Oga is an object consisting of floating moorings, a floating workshop, storage facilities, barracks and various household facilities.
  19. pechv
    pechv 21 March 2013 12: 53 New
    +1
    All according to Orwell
    Bandits are freedom fighters
    The use of chemical weapons against civilians - protecting the legitimate interests of democratically elected leaders of the nation
    Mortar shelling of the university with the killing of dozens of students is a fair punishment for criminals breaking the law.

    When I read Orwell for the first time (a long time ago), I did not think that everything was being implemented so quickly. Now I try to re-read, everything is already written and predicted there, no fortune-tellers are needed
  20. Masterzserg
    Masterzserg 21 March 2013 13: 06 New
    0
    The ships of the Russian Navy instead of the Syrian port of Tartus, where the logistics point is located, will go to the Lebanese port of Beirut to replenish supplies. As a source in military-diplomatic circles told Interfax, this decision was connected with the escalation of the armed conflict in Syria and with speculation around the calls of Russian ships to the Syrian port. All this forced the military to "look for safer ports for their business calls."
    “I don’t understand. Did they hand over Syria or something?” Cypriot accounts can be blackmailed? Can they make it public? Or what is the real reason, not so much what is announced? request
  21. wax
    wax 21 March 2013 13: 10 New
    +3
    We know that now lies on the scales
    And what is happening now.
    An hour of courage struck on our watch,
    And courage will not leave us.

    A.A. Akhmatova

    Hold on, Syria! A great pack of jackals against you, but the courage and unity of the people is invincible.
  22. Tatarus
    Tatarus 21 March 2013 13: 21 New
    +2
    We must accept Syria in the SCO. And introduce a peacekeeping contingent. There are not many of them all.
    1. Cpa
      Cpa 21 March 2013 14: 11 New
      +2
      Two days ago, everyone suggested it was minuscule, they say the hero of the keyboard. It is necessary to achieve the UN mandate to introduce a mixed contingent. The deadline is running out, if not to break out Karabakh, there have already been two years of fussing mouse NATO.
  23. Terrible ensign
    Terrible ensign 21 March 2013 13: 59 New
    0
    50% of Syria’s current problems (for the past two years) lie in the short-sighted policies of the Arab Socialist Revival Party, which is in power and is led first by his father and then his son Assad. One of the ideological principles underlying the policy of the Arab socialists was the following: practically “open borders” both of Syria and Iraq (where in power at the time there were also practically “the same people in profile”) for any Arab. If Iraq has reconsidered its attitude to the issue of protecting the state border even during the Iran-Iraq conflict, then the Syrian leadership, in a sense, has been complacent about this issue over the past decades.
  24. Terrible ensign
    Terrible ensign 21 March 2013 14: 16 New
    0
    In continuation of my previous comment:
    Even the beginning of the "Arab Spring" did not entail a fundamental review of the attitude to the issue of protecting the state border among the Syrian leadership. In fact: Syria had (has? ..) fortified borders only from the Golan Heights. The constant practically free penetration of bandit formations and caravans "with the help" of the rebels into the country's territory drags out the resolution of the conflict in a way that is beneficial for the current government. Now, after two years of warfare, Assad has neither the strength nor the means to solve this problem. Sadly, history does not know the subjunctive mood. I would like to believe that in case of victory, the Syrian leadership will begin to pay more attention to protecting the borders of their homeland, regardless of the presence of certain ideological cliches.
    1. Cpa
      Cpa 21 March 2013 15: 20 New
      +1
      Here you need to understand the mentality of Muslims, in the particularity of the Alawites. Syria is the second most important object of worship of Muslim shrines after the Kaaba in Mecca. Given that Damascus is the capital of Christian and Alawite communities in the holy land and has on its territory the temple of the coming of Jesus (Isa), then close The borders for pilgrims is to become an enemy for representatives of the four religions.
    2. antiaircrafter
      antiaircrafter 21 March 2013 15: 30 New
      0
      Quote: Scary Warrant Officer
      did not entail a fundamental review of the attitude to the issue of protecting the state border with the Syrian leadership.

      Our leadership also did not entail.
  25. Terrible ensign
    Terrible ensign 21 March 2013 15: 34 New
    +3
    Dear KPA!
    I’m not talking about the complete closure of borders or the construction of an iron curtain around the country ... Mentality ... Pilgrims ... Security of the country ... Its existence in principle ... What is more important?
    1. Cpa
      Cpa 21 March 2013 20: 44 New
      0
      Yes, I understand that it’s more important, it didn’t happen in one day. The Security Council of the country should work here. That is, everyone should use pencils and analysis, exchange information with allies. Asad moves about the country, Assad had to go to Russia, discuss the situation in Lebanon. Britain hopes to work out a strategy, and not on Iran alone. hi
      1. evfrat
        evfrat 21 March 2013 22: 53 New
        0
        All this is of secondary importance in comparison with the lack of fresh water in the region, overcrowding, unemployment. Religion pushes the war hungry, idle, thirsty.

        http://postskriptum.me/2012/06/07/maltussmile/3/
        http://ria.ru/science/20130213/922660826.html
  26. evfrat
    evfrat 21 March 2013 17: 09 New
    +3
    Everyone understands that Syria is at war with world terrorism. Why should she do this alone? And will the rest of the countries make statements at the UN? Apparently everyone is happy with this situation?
  27. albert
    albert 21 March 2013 19: 14 New
    +2
    Xi will arrive in Moscow tomorrow. Syria will probably be discussed. I hope Putin will agree with him on joint actions in the event of NATO aggression and we will take the “Westerners” in one place. ASAD KEEP !!
  28. Aaron Zawi
    Aaron Zawi 21 March 2013 22: 50 New
    +1
    The Libyan experience was not in vain: 61% of the French people spoke out against arms supplies to Syrian militants. They attribute this to the fact that weapons can fall into the hands of Islamic radicals. These are the results of a survey conducted by the IFOP Institute on the request of the online publication Atlantico.
    Altogether 26% said that they support the idea of ​​the French and British governments to arm Assad’s opponents. Most of the opponents of such a move among the supporters of the National Front are 79% and the right-wing UMP party (69%). Among the leftists, every second spoke against it. The survey was conducted from 19 to 21 on March among 1004 Frenchmen over 18 years, representing all social groups.

    Really curious.
  29. Erland
    Erland 21 March 2013 23: 24 New
    +1
    Bird can be seen by droppings ...
  30. Massik
    Massik 22 March 2013 07: 29 New
    0
    Oh, all these American games became possible since the 91st year, the most interesting thing is that even in 89 they didn’t dare to show off so much, they tried it once in Vietnam and quieted down right now, now we don’t need to help anyone, we would stay within our borders if something happened
  31. Genady1976
    Genady1976 24 March 2013 22: 56 New
    0
    how can we help them