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Syria: President Assad took into account the mistakes of "predecessors"

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Chemical hysteria flares up around Syria again, fueled by heart-rending cries of “oppositionists”, which, in turn, are replicated on the network, on paper and on TV by Western media. The UN, a tool fully controlled by the West led by the United States, attempted to “inspect” Syria for the use of “unconventional” weapons mass destruction. However, Comrade Assad ordered a group of observers, God knows the purposes for which he decided to stick his noses into Syria and not let him go into the country. And rightly so: what for? The UN Security Council does not pay attention to the terrorist attacks in Syria, and Washington doesn’t condemn them at all: after all, Islamist terrorists who kill students, children and women in Syria are thus fighting for liberalism and democracy. And the State Department, despite the crisis, renders "non-lethal" assistance to the opposition and continues to put pressure on Assad. But Assad is a toughie.




9 April The SAR Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent two messages to the UN - the chairman of the Security Council and the secretary general of the organization. In them saysthat on April 8 in Damascus between Saba Bahrat Square and Sheikh Bander district near the Salem Bukhari school, a suicide bomber blew up a mined car. Dozens of innocent people were killed and injured, a lot of damage was caused to the school building, the Bair mosque, residential buildings and parked cars.

It is noted that the explosion is another link in the chain of terrorist attacks in various areas of Damascus, including mortar shelling of the city, the latter of which caused the death of fifteen students of the faculty of architecture at Damascus University. The shelling of the city, the attacks, attacks on public and private institutions, including schools and hospitals, have become daily actions of terrorists who receive material and logistical support from a number of countries. These countries ignore all norms of human morality and international law, pursuing a policy of double standards in relation to terrorism.

The messages also underline that the decision of the Arab League from 26 of March of the current year on financing and arming terrorists once again violates all the norms of international law and Articles 52 and 53 of the UN Charter. Syria again calls on the UN Security Council to take a clear and decisive position in the fight against terror and to prove the seriousness of its intentions to eliminate it throughout the world.

What is the UN response? Exactly zero. The opposite reaction, however, followed another rumor (note, not events, but rumors about them) about the use of chemical weapons by the Assad army.

After reading the democratic Western press, condemning the repressive chemical activities of Assad, the head of the UN, Ban Ki-moon She urged Damascus to show additional flexibility and contribute to sending to Syria a group that will investigate the possible use of weapons of mass destruction. The UN Secretary General stated this in the Hague at the III Review Conference of the Organization on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. As soon as the rebels said: “On Tuesday, around four in the morning, the Assad armed forces fired three rockets filled with gas at the village of Utaiba,” as Mr. Ban Ki-moon instantly organized a relevant group of chemists in Cyprus, who expressed their readiness to immediately leave for Syria — like Only Comrade B. Asad will give permission to visit all the necessary objects. Negotiations with official Damascus are ongoing: the UN insists.

Previously, various gentlemen, also pretending to be inspectors, pushed their noses into Iraq. None of them found evidence of weapons of mass destruction there, but the war started anyway. 14 February 2003, Saddam Hussein signed a decree banning the importation and manufacture of weapons of mass destruction, but what's the point? Colonel Gaddafi, the Libyan leader, differed from Saddam Hussein in that, as they say, he himself even for the sake of the West refused to think about WMD. There is now neither Saddam nor Muammar. And there is also in stories sad example of Slobodan Milosevic. The West has dealt with all three of these leaders of the states - while poddakivanii United Nations. So why please the West and let dubious bloodhounds enter the country to hide behind the UN logos?

Think not a sleuth? Why then did the UN put forward this exorbitant demand: that the specialists work throughout the country? The Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has therefore prohibited them from entering the country. Official Damascus did not generally object to the presence of experts (let’s, say, work in Aleppo, where the Syrian opposition last month seemed to use chemical weapons against civilians), but not throughout the country.

Hearing such a refusal, the rebels became agitated again - and started up new rumors. Now they claim that government forces deployed chemical weapons in the suburbs of Damascus. Ban Ki-moon expressed confidence that the statements on this subject should be investigated.

As for Russia in this situation with rumors or half-truth, she insists that the statements of official Damascus be studied. Unlike Russia, France and the United Kingdom ensure that two “chemical” applications of the opposition are investigated.

Assad took into account the mistakes of both Hussein and Gaddafi. Any penetration of western bloodhounds into Syria can serve as a key to further invasion. Aggressors from the United States and Europe have repeatedly warned Assad that, in the event of even a suspicious "transfer" of chemical weapons stockpiles, democratic intervention will follow in response. It is necessary only to the Cyprus Commission, which wants to sniff the whole country, hint at the fact that it smells like yprite in the air, how the NATO forces will start, gathering their forces, which are weak from crisis, to draw up plans for aggression.

Agency SANA President position explained quite lucidly: “Syria cannot allow the freedom of maneuver of the organization, albeit part of the UN, since we perfectly remember the role it played in Iraq, clearing the way for the American military invasion.”

The representative of the opposition Syrian National Council, Mahmoud al-Hamza, quoted by Yuri Matsarsky ("News"), I am confident that with such statements the regime puts an end to itself.

“It is obvious that Assad does not want to let the observers, because the picture of what is happening will immediately become clear to them. Namely, the active use of poison gas by the army even in urban areas. In Aleppo, his people could easily arrange some kind of forgery, fabricate evidence of the use of chemical weapons by the rebels, so he was not against the inspection. But as soon as it came to expanding the geography of research, they immediately recalled Saddam Hussein and denied entry. ”


Banned or not banned - the outcome of one. Mahmoud al-Hamza believes that Assad’s choice of future scenarios is small: he can repeat the path of Hussein or Milosevic. The rebels are victorious all around, and now Assad has also turned the UN against himself. Therefore, the days of the ruling dynasty are numbered.

And to speed up the end of the “regime”, as Yevgeny Poddubny ("Vesti"), militants have been established and are successfully training in the territory of Jordan (claiming, by the way, their neutral attitude towards the Syrian conflict). These trainings are taking place according to the special forces training program. In the role of instructors are the former American military, and some of them wound worked in the scandalously famous for the murders of the company "Blackwater".

Today, opponents of Assad in Jordan use one of the most modern polygons of the region, where the tactics of fighting in the desert work and units of the American army. Over the past few months, a whole battalion of Syrian "oppositionists" has gone through the royal training center. On the vast territory of the training center there are several polygons: residential areas typical for the Middle East, models of embassies, and the private sector. There is a fragment of the airport and a real Airbus. The center was created with American money - ninety million dollars. Anti-Syrian courses are paid jointly by the United States, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. A local newspaper columnist, military expert Fahed Al Khitan, reports that the goal of the training program is to prepare a new Syrian army, which will replace the current one when the regime falls.

It is opposed to the “regime” of Assad and another legitimate friend of America - Al-Qaeda, created in the eighties with the money of the CIA in Afghanistan.

The other day стало известноthat al-Qaida’s wing in Iraq united with the Syrian opposition group Jabhat al-Nusra. 10 April, the leader of the said Al-Qaida wing recognized the link with the Syrian opposition. He bluntly stated that his organization in Syria is fighting for an Islamic state, and that both groups will unite to form the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.

It is unlikely that this is just a rumor - even if the source news is the channel "Al Jazeera". The head of the Federal Intelligence Service of Germany, Gerhard Schindler, said earlier that the number of armed militants of the Al Qaeda terrorist organization in the ranks of the Syrian opposition is growing. According to him, we are talking about thousands of terrorist fighters opposing the Assad regime.

It is also known that in Syrian prisons today there are more than 300 Saudi mercenaries from among the militants of al-Qaeda underground cells. More than five hundred al-Qaeda warriors of Islam continue to fight the "regime."

Let's find out some details. 11 April from "BBC" It became known that Abu Muhammad Golani, the leader of one of the largest Syrian militant Islamist groups, Front al-Nusra, swore allegiance to Aiman ​​al-Zawahiri, the boss of al-Qaida.

“The sons of Front Nusrah take an oath of allegiance to Aiman ​​Zawahiri,” said Golani in a relevant audio message. "Front al-Nusra" said that he repeatedly resorted to the actions of suicide bombers, as well as to armed raids on state objects.

BBC also writes that Al-Qaida’s Iraqi leader Abu Bakr Baghdadi, who calls himself the head of the Islamic State of Iraq, told 10 on April that his organization would unite with the Al-Nusra Front group under: "The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant." True, Golani himself dissociated himself from these statements, saying that his organization did not conduct merger talks and that he first heard about it from the media.

The free Syrian army hurried to distance itself from the Front al-Nusra, but nevertheless recognized that from time to time ... it interacts with it.

As observers say, the rebels would not want to advertise the close ties of militants from the Al-Nusra Front with the Iraqi Al-Qaida. The BBC observer assumes that Front al-Nusra is probably trying to enlist the support of the local population in the rebel-controlled territories and at the same time seeks good relations with other opposition groups that do not want to be associated with Al -Kaidoy.

All these statements only confirm the participation of Al-Qaida cells in the civil war in Syria.

As for the United Nations, it continues to persecute Syria. Western states, in collaboration with the Arab countries, are preparing a draft resolution of the General Assembly condemning the Syrian authorities. According to a source at the headquarters of the world organization, voting may take place already this month.

In the preliminary text of the resolution under discussion, the UN General Assembly called upon “Strongly condemn the continued escalation of the use of heavy weapons by the Syrian authorities against human settlements, including indiscriminate shelling from tanks and from airplanes, as well as the use of ballistic missiles, cluster warheads and other weapons. "

The situation in Syria was one of the main issues on the agenda of the G8 foreign ministers' meeting, which opened on April 11 in London. Britain and France, in full accordance with the March Brussels statements of Cameron and Hollande (made at the EU summit, where the Prime Minister and the President threatened to circumvent the existing ban), will seek to lift the EU embargo on arms supplies to both sides in Syria. London and Paris are willing to arm the "rebels" and put an end to the "regime" of Assad.

Thus, it becomes obvious that the chemical component in Syria, served with Asad’s reluctance to cooperate with the UN “experts”, may turn out to be the main dish at the G8 meeting. This dish is necessary because not all European countries support arms supplies to Syrian rebels: many fear that weapons and equipment will fall into the hands of Islamist terrorists from the same al-Qaeda. However, Cameron and Hollande stand their ground. If the ban is not lifted, it will expire anyway soon enough: May 31. Therefore, it is obvious that Britain and France are still more likely to probe the ground than to really rush into battle today. An elementary refusal of the EU to prolong the embargo will automatically mean the official commencement of arms supplies to the rebels in both London and Paris.

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  1. svp67
    svp67 April 12 2013 08: 41
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    Assad well done! He is a real politician and leader. I want to wish him success, good luck and loyal allies ...
    1. smel
      smel April 12 2013 09: 29
      11
      Good luck to him and the victory of his people over the gangs. And victory must be achieved! He is fighting for us too.
      1. Kolya
        Kolya April 12 2013 09: 52
        +4
        The goal of the UN Inspectorate is clear - to establish and transfer to the bandits the location of chemical weapons so that the bandits would prepare sabotage there.
        1. Sirocco
          Sirocco April 12 2013 10: 14
          15
          My opinion, it's time to establish cooperation and funding for these UN freeloaders. This organization became similar to the International Gang Formation, and ceased to fulfill its functions. And we wish Assad good luck in the difficult matter, and we will help as much as we can. So that this infection does not come to our house. If Assad is behind Syria, the boomerang in the person of ready-made killers will return to the EU. Then we'll see how they sing. And I propose to rename the UN to such a place 00
          1. Hudo
            Hudo April 12 2013 11: 35
            +5
            Quote: Sirocco
            My opinion, it's time to establish cooperation and funding for these UN freeloaders. This organization became similar to the International Gang Formation, and ceased to fulfill its functions. And we wish Assad good luck in the difficult matter, and we will help as much as we can. So that this infection does not come to our house. If Assad is behind Syria, the boomerang in the person of ready-made killers will return to the EU. Then we'll see how they sing. And I propose to rename the UN to such a place 00


            Only the position of Russia and partly China in the UN keeps from an open military invasion of Syria. So, with regard to the UN, a different position is more appropriate, the most aptly characterized by the proverb - "From a black sheep, even a tuft of wool."
    2. zao74
      zao74 April 12 2013 11: 23
      +2
      Both Saddam and Gaddafi were also political "bison", only they were not lucky with their allies.
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco April 12 2013 11: 30
        +2
        Gaddafi dug a hole for himself. First, he called our commandos for training, these skills of his fools. Who wanting nothing, not knowing how, wanted to do everything. laughing Gaddafi set certain conditions, which ours refused. And he decided to invite Sp to study. called from England. He took himself for the testicles. Asad, he is doing the right thing, not letting the UN soldiers come to him.
        1. Hudo
          Hudo April 12 2013 11: 39
          +3
          Quote: Sirocco
          Gaddafi dug a hole for himself



          But the curly one managed to lend money to the French Sarkozl for the election; Sarkozlo repaid Gaddafi's debt by sending scumbags and airstrikes.
    3. evgenm55
      evgenm55 April 12 2013 11: 38
      +1
      Something, and the allies are precisely and more decisive, both politically and financially. On Americans and their jackal words in the UN are an empty sound. We all have long understood that the UN is this tribune for outpouring the desires of Americans. Now, for example, with We’ll see in Syria how our government can defend the interests of the country and its allies. I won’t be surprised, but it will still hurt if everything is surrendered again ...
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco April 12 2013 12: 03
        0
        Quote: evgenm55
        .I won’t be surprised, but it will still hurt anyway if again everything and everything is surrendered ...

        God forbid. You will not wish the enemy what they are doing in Syria. Imagine what will happen to us if Assad does not stop them. After all, there is a war there not against Syria, but against Russia. If we profane Syria, then they will give us to plunder, tear to pieces. Syria will seem like a flower.
        1. Rustiger
          Rustiger April 12 2013 15: 39
          0
          After all, there is a war there not against Syria, but against Russia. If we profane Syria, then they will give us to plunder, tear to pieces. Syria will seem like a flower.


          Thirty thousand riflemen who came to Syria from all over the Islamic world, trained and armed, with the ideology of the Islamic world revolution, ready to die for an idea, appeared in the vicinity of Damascus, from here, from the battlefield, to fly directly to heaven. This is an invading army, possessing fiery power, persistent and mobile, like a giant ball lightning flying around the world, ready to incinerate cities and countries, controlled from Western intellectual and military centers. If this army conquers Syria, then its cumulative blow will pierce Central Asia. Before such a blow, the sluggish regimes of Tashkent and Astana, Bishkek and Dushanbe will be powerless. This ball of fire will sooner or later rush to the North Caucasus. It will direct its sizzling power to Tatarstan and Bashkiria.
          / A.A. Prokhanov /
    4. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith April 12 2013 13: 51
      +6
      Syria Events Summary for April 11

      In Damascus, clashes between army units and terrorist gangs took place in the Jobar area, where a group of militants were destroyed; in the city of Harast, where the result of the military operation was the liquidation of a car with terrorists, a consignment of weapons, ammunition and tracking equipment, as well as at various points in East Guta.


      So, in the Al-Ab plantation area, an army unit attacked a cluster of militants, among those destroyed - Samir Ayyun, Hussein Sisan and Muhammad Nur-ed-Din, a car with a DShK was liquidated. In the area of ​​Shabaa plantations, another cart with a heavy machine gun was destroyed.

      Militant groups neutralized in the city of Adra and the village of Sbejna.
      In Daraya and on its western outskirts, two clandestine IED manufacturing workshops were discovered.

      Near the mosque with the tomb of St. Saida Sukayna there was a clash, the entrance of which destroyed cars with a children's art school and many terrorists. Muhammad nicknamed Abu Samir and a certain Yasser were identified.

      In the city of Deir-ez-Zor in the Al-Arfi quarter, a gang of militants led by field commander Khaled Nasser al-Tabbash was liquidated.

      On the section of the new highway Deir ez-Zor - Aleppo near the Wadi al-Ain bridge, an army unit completely neutralized a terrorist group calling itself "Aisha Battalion".

      In the vicinity of the village of Muhasan, another terrorist group involved in the robberies and killings of civilians was destroyed.

      In the city of Homs in the Tel-en-Nabi Mandu region, with the help of the local population, the shelters of another terrorist group were discovered and destroyed by the army.

      Near the city of Ar-Rastan in the village of Umm-Sharshukh, an army unit entered into a clash with a terrorist group called the First Battalion, which belonged to Jabhat Al-Nusra. Among those liquidated is its leader Hamza Abbas.

      In the Tel-Kalyah region at the Khalat checkpoint, an attempt was made to infiltrate an armed gang of militants on Syrian territory, accompanied by fire support from terrorists in Lebanon. Several attackers were destroyed, the rest were forced to return.

      In Latakia province in the village of Jub al-Ahmar, a convoy of vehicles with military missiles was destroyed.

      In the villages of Al-Shuruk and Al-Kabir, the field headquarters of the Jabhat al-Nusre militants were discovered and destroyed.

      A large number of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists, including the Libyan mercenary Maaruf Abdel-Salam and the Moroccan militant Ahmad Abdel al-Nabi, have been neutralized in the village of Mazal.

      In the villages of Al-Farez and Sakya Al-Kart, two terrorist bases were discovered. During the KTO, 8 motorcycles and a truck with a heavy machine gun and many foreign mercenaries were destroyed, in particular, Jordanian Abderrahman al-Shmelyat, Yemeni Ahmad Omar al-Shami, Saudi Abderrahman Salehi and Egyptian Muhammad Omar.

      In the village of Al-Gneimiya, the terrorists Ahmad At-Tawil, the Jordanian Ahmad Abdel-Razzak al-Shmeili and the Saudi Sudir al-Jazani were eliminated.

      In the village of Khan ad-Joz, foreign militants Jebhat al-Nusra were neutralized during the KTO army: these are immigrants from Kuwait Rammah al-Aneysi and Abu Amer al-Qaisi.

      Saudi immigrants - Osman Ibn Muhareb al-Khferi and Ammar al-Dusari, Libyan citizen Karim al-Saleh and Moroccan Al-Muataz-Bill Al-Alvani - were eliminated in the village of Kinsabba.

      In the province of Idleb, in the Kafr Harim region, as a result of detonation, a car mined in Turkey took off into the air, which the terrorists drove to Syria to carry out a terrorist attack.

      The explosives were disguised as bags of cement. All the militants who were in the car died, including the leader of one of the groups operating in Idleb, Jafar Ayyub Abu Hamza.
      1. Yurkes
        Yurkes April 12 2013 14: 43
        -4
        Why write so much, because you can just give a reference to the source.
      2. Che
        Che April 13 2013 02: 36
        +3
        Vladyka Respect for the Old, you’re doing the right thing, that you constantly and regularly supply it to us. You won’t spoil the porridge with butter. Positive news is inspiring.
    5. Vashestambid
      Vashestambid April 12 2013 15: 11
      26 th
      Quote: svp67
      Assad well done! He is a real politician and leader. I want to wish him success, good luck and loyal allies ...

      Assad Dictator, blue eyes, a mustache just like Hitler, for a long time a couple to give him and his family a pinot podzad. If there had been no civil war, his dictatorship could still be tolerated, but he screwed up with the security of his country. Applying tanks, planes, rockets against his people, he only stretches the rubber of his end and the torment of his people.
      1. Rustiger
        Rustiger April 12 2013 15: 45
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        Quote: VashEstambid
        Applying tanks, planes, rockets against his people, he only stretches the rubber of his end and the torment of his people.


        Whose mumbled. . .
        And why after Syria do not take up the spanks. Here the Basque people "will be delighted".
        And how efficiently and quickly they will cut out the "kingdom" of Catalonia. ... ...
        And youаthe government will not use flights there - it will cost only by persuasion.
        And "rubber growеgivat "will not either - the NATO neighbors will quickly roll it... Carpet bombing hi
      2. Htuek
        Htuek April 12 2013 17: 31
        +4
        Bot? Or just show off the lack of brain matter?
        This is the Spaniard
      3. Yazov
        Yazov April 12 2013 18: 07
        +4
        Igor from Barcelona! Here you are a living example of being fooled by the Western press. In Spain, not everyone shows and tells you. At the end of 12 years I talked with a Syrian. He unequivocally assured me that the people were for Assad. A few days later, he spoke with a Jordanian. He blamed Russia and Iran for everything. And two weeks ago I talked with the Turk, there was a completely different line ... He said that many in Turkey understand that in Syria a bunch of terrorists. Be afraid Igor and pray that the crowds of the uninhabited in Syria did not come to you in Catalonia!
      4. Setrac
        Setrac April 12 2013 21: 07
        +1
        Quote: VashEstambid
        Assad Dictator, blue eyes, a mustache just like Hitler, for a long time a couple to give him and his family a pinot podzad. If there had been no civil war, his dictatorship could still be tolerated, but he screwed up with the security of his country. Applying tanks, planes, rockets against his people, he only stretches the rubber of his end and the torment of his people.

        People are an abstract concept, specifically against whom were the weapons used? As one GREAT person said, "every mistake has a name and surname." Turkish special forces also belong to the "people" of Syria?
      5. antidote
        antidote April 12 2013 21: 53
        +1
        Right! It is not in vain that Al Qaeda is fighting with him. And the Western allies are doing great work helping bandits fight. And tomorrow, an objectionable president will appear in your country. And all these gangs will fight with you. And you will certainly support them
      6. Che
        Che April 13 2013 02: 39
        +1
        True stole, Franco is a dictator - a fact. Confused the gay man of the rams.
    6. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith April 12 2013 17: 02
      0
      Syrian authorities amnesty 166 rioters

      On Thursday, April 11, the Syrian authorities granted freedom to 166 citizens involved in the riots.
      The amnesty affected 50 residents of Damascus and 116 people who lived and imprisoned in various villages of his province.
      As stated in an official statement on this subject, amnestied citizens were not charged with committing serious crimes.
    7. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith April 12 2013 20: 27
      +2
      Another video from Syria

      Damascus province, Aldamir, corpses of bandits of the Al-Nusra front
      1. Che
        Che April 13 2013 02: 45
        +3
        Lord Sith, the dream of Israel came true, the Arabs wet each other. Amer voluptuously rub the handles. Idylls.
  2. tomket
    tomket April 12 2013 08: 43
    +5
    yes, even if they are not allowed, they will deduct Assad’s guilt using a deductive method .....
    1. Alexander-81
      Alexander-81 April 12 2013 09: 23
      +1
      Quote: tomket
      yes, even if they are not allowed, they will deduct Assad’s guilt using a deductive method .....

      Most likely, Assad and those who support him have already calculated, the Iraq scenario will not creep through. Well, what’s next, we’ll probably find out from day to day, but there’s something productive! yes
  3. sibircat
    sibircat April 12 2013 08: 48
    +7
    The UN has long become a formal organization; even the Arab League does not recognize its decisions. Under the guise of chemical commissions. weapons they wanted to find a reason to invade. Assad did not let go, and he did the right thing.
    Iran should hurry up with the development of its own nuclear weapons while Syria is still holding on.
    1. Alexander-81
      Alexander-81 April 12 2013 09: 35
      +1
      if fussing begins in the DPRK, then not everything is exactly whether Iran (I) has it or not. I would not want to! Primorye and China are all nearby! Who knows where they put these missiles again (DPRK), something like that!
      1. Andrey57
        Andrey57 April 12 2013 10: 19
        +4
        In North Korea, no fuss will begin, there all the window dressing is agreed with the mattresses, in March last year it seems that the amers from the State Department rode to Pyongyang already on 2 Boeing, and when the Japanese asked for information on this trip, they were informed that their excessive curiosity could be very bad affect the relationship between the United States and Japan, after which the Japanese shut up and no longer blather.
    2. vezunchik
      vezunchik April 12 2013 10: 05
      0
      The UN repeats the fate of the League of Nations, which led to a world war! In addition, Assad will be able to supply weapons openly. And look, the brigabs will appear on the side of Assad.
  4. Yarbay
    Yarbay April 12 2013 08: 51
    +2
    *** Colonel Gaddafi, the Libyan leader, differed from Saddam Hussein in that, as they say, in order to please the West he even abandoned his thoughts about WMD *** -
    for the sake of Oleg, not for the sake of the West, but forced !!
    He tried to create an atomic bomb too !!
    But the fall of the USSR, and then the puncture in Lockerbie plus the prospect of international isolation forced him to abandon these ideas!
    and then Western politicians let him feel the power of money and assured him that everything could be bought for money (and he had such a lot of money) !!
    Then he relaxed !!
    1. sibircat
      sibircat April 12 2013 08: 55
      +4
      Gaddafi tried to please "both yours," "and ours," in the end, Russia merged him.
    2. Mart
      April 12 2013 09: 05
      +4
      Quote: Yarbay
      for the sake of Oleg, not for the sake of the West, but forced !!

      It is difficult to judge this. He also kept money in the West. Sometimes "for the sake of" and "forced" merge so that an explosive mixture is obtained ... I deliberately tried to soften in the text "for the sake of", wrote: "as they say."
      The fact that he "relaxed" is, of course, a fact.
    3. Beck
      Beck April 12 2013 10: 28
      13 th
      The epochs of slavery, feudalism, and initial capitalism have ended. There will be no return to them.

      The era of monarchism, dictatorship ends under the onslaught of the ENLIGHTENMENT. Monarchies remained as isolated fragments and in developed countries as constitutional monarchies, where the king has no power, except for representative functions. Dictatorship is a system when people who are vain for power and do not have hereditary rights to power (like monarchs), seize power by force and cover their usurpation with a fig leaf of "eternal presidency."

      The dictatorial regimes that flourished in the late 19th and early 20th years, when the monarchies collapsed, began to disappear after 2 MB. But relapses, in countries where Enlightenment was not so strong, did happen.

      The fragments of monarchism will fall, because the peoples do not want to be governed by an inadequate, anti-moral, bloodthirsty, or just fool ... k, and only because he has a hereditary right.

      DICTATORSHIP fragments will also fall. How the regimes of Hitler, Franco, Salazar, Tito, Pol Pot, Bokassa, Pinochet, Black Colonels (Greece), Noriega, Batista, Hussein, Gaddafi, Ben Ali (in Tunisia) fell.

      Dictator Assad will also fall. Maybe it will stand today. But in the future, to dictators, History did not leave a place.
      1. valokordin
        valokordin April 12 2013 10: 56
        +1
        Dictator Assad will also fall. Maybe it will stand today. But in the future, to dictators, History did not leave a place.

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        Assad-dictator-you so sweetly wish his defeat, do not condemn those who flooded Syria with blood, transferring the blame for this from a sore head to a healthy one. Cards in your hands thank Benjamin Netanyahu for his "cast lead", Bush for his desert storm and so on.
      2. sibircat
        sibircat April 12 2013 11: 11
        +3
        Quote: Beck
        The epochs of slavery, feudalism, and initial capitalism have ended. There will be no return to them.

        [i] The eras of monarchism, dictatorship end under the onslaught of ENLIGHTENMENT. [/ i]

        Who gave you that? [/ I]


        [i] The dictatorial regimes that flourished in the late 19th and early 20th years, when the monarchies collapsed, began to disappear after 2 MB. But relapses, in countries where Enlightenment was not so strong, did happen. [/ I]

        Believe me, you will still see the dictator, in all its undisguised fake slogans.


        [i] The fragments of monarchism will fall, because the peoples do not want to be governed by an inadequate, anti-moral, bloodthirsty, or simply foolish ... k, and only because he has a hereditary right. [/ i]

        Did the Rothschilds and Rockefellers also cancel the inheritance right? Let me ask you something.

        [i] Shrapnel of Dictatorship will also fall. How the regimes of Hitler, Franco, Salazar, Tito, Pol Pot, Bokassa, Pinochet, Black Colonels (Greece), Noriega, Batista, Hussein, Gaddafi, Ben Ali (in Tunisia) fell. [/ I]

        And what do you think the US foreign policy is called, if not dictatorship?

        [i] The dictator Assad will also fall. Maybe it will stand today. But in the future, to dictators, History did not leave a place.
        [/ I]

        Assad may fall, but it certainly will not be the desire of the people of Syria.
        Syria, whose history of culture is not one thousand years old, anticipating your promises to the nearness of this multinational people with various peacefully existing faiths of the people.
        1. Beck
          Beck April 12 2013 13: 06
          +2
          Quote: sibircat
          Who gave you this?


          You said so, as if you had never made your own conclusions. And make up your mind only from the conclusions of someone read.

          Quote: sibircat
          Did the Rothschilds and Rockefellers also cancel the inheritance right? Let me ask you something.


          They have heredity in bank accounts, and not in hereditary power. And the genius Einstein, Lomonosov, Newton, Bor, and the just ones Dmitry Donskoy, Nelson Mandela, and the compassionate mother of Teresa, Seraphim of Sarov, have always had their influence on the world. All this together and creates Enlightenment.
          And the rich will have some influence. Where can you get away from this, as you can’t get away today from the wayward officials, and from the bribery judges.
      3. Yarbay
        Yarbay April 12 2013 11: 16
        +2
        Quote: Beck
        The epochs of monarchism, dictatorship end under the onslaught of ENLIGHTENMENT.

        but it seems to me, on the contrary, the end is coming to * democratic * elections !!
        Everything will be like in large global companies, who owns a controlling stake will steer!
        A manager will be appointed in each country!
        At least in my opinion they want to do so!
        financial bigwigs need small and weak countries to make management obedient!
        1. Ascetic
          Ascetic April 12 2013 12: 30
          +5
          Quote: Yarbay
          but it seems to me, on the contrary, the end is coming to * democratic * elections !!
          Everything will be like in large global companies, who owns a controlling stake will steer!
          A manager will be appointed in each country!
          At least in my opinion they want to do so!
          financial bigwigs need small and weak countries to make management obedient!


          All to the point of Alibek, removed from the language .. this is called globalization, but in fact neocolonialism only at a new technological level.
          1. Beck
            Beck April 12 2013 13: 26
            +2
            Quote: Yarbay
            A manager will be appointed in each country!


            In my opinion, there is a big difference between a multinational company and the globalization of the world. Globalization is an inevitable development process. From tribal caves, tribal territories, national borders, political and economic associations, today, to a single state - the planet Earth in the future.

            And it will be in such a state, in 500 years, or maybe in 1000, a single government. And our cosmonauts, when meeting with an alien mind, will call themselves earthlings, and not Americans, Chinese or Russians.

            I think you should not think about the storm clouds of the future, on the basis of pessimism and national exclusivity.

            Yarba. So the real controversy went, though with a secret curse, but it did. And then the uniform, monotonous approval with the oil in town.
            1. Yarbay
              Yarbay April 12 2013 13: 46
              -2
              Quote: Beck
              From tribal caves, tribal territories, national borders, political and economic associations, today, to a single state - planet Earth in the future

              But the problem seems to me that they want it to be secret control, such as the mafia in crime!
              If as you would describe, then I agree in 500 years not earlier and that would be normal !!
              Quote: Beck
              Yarba. So the real controversy went, though with a secret curse, but it did. And then the uniform, monotonous approval with the oil in town.

              I assure you that I treat you and other interlocutors with sincere respect and without any hidden abuse!
              For example, Asket yesterday in one of the questions was of the opposite opinion than I, despite the fact that that question is one of the most important for me, I have not changed my attitude to Asket and still respect him !!
              Although in a fit of discussion yesterday he slammed two minuses to him)))))))
              it is from temperament)) hands in motion))))
              1. Beck
                Beck April 12 2013 14: 18
                +3
                Quote: Yarbay
                I assure you that I treat you and other interlocutors with sincere respect and without any hidden abuse!


                Respected. This misunderstanding of communication on the site came out. I didn’t mean you personally. I had in mind the tone of discussion on this page. That all sluggishly flowed - approval. And now they’ve revived somewhat.

                Once again about globalism. The fact that the world is developing unevenly is an axiom. Dominated by some other countries. For some reason, some understand globalization not as the comprehensive interpenetration of the economies of the countries of the world, but only the leadership of the United States and their "political" hegemony. But this is not true if you think logically.

                For thirty years, China has made a rapid leap forward and has become the second economy in the world. And India and Brazil made great leaps forward, and they did it precisely because of globalization. If they developed only in themselves, they would not achieve such results.

                It is completely possible that in 15-20 years China, India, Brazil will become the economic leaders of the world. And, what, some people will call it necolonialism performed by China, India, Brazil?
                1. Yarbay
                  Yarbay April 12 2013 14: 28
                  +2
                  Quote: Beck
                  For thirty years, China has made a rapid leap forward and has become the second economy in the world. And India and Brazil made big jerks

                  in principle, and I'm talking about it !!
                  You just, unlike me, seem to think that they manage the US globalization process, and I think the financial group controls it, I'm sure no one writes about the people in them!
      4. evgenm55
        evgenm55 April 12 2013 11: 48
        +3
        Is it WHO TAM-P R S C E V E SH E N I E? Amers, Saxons, Eurogays or Qatari with the Arabians? Are you either just a provocateur or studied very, very useless ... Open the era of ENLIGHTENMENT-find out what is characterized.
        1. Beck
          Beck April 12 2013 12: 47
          +1
          Quote: Yarbay
          but it seems to me, on the contrary, the end is coming to * democratic * elections !!


          So who says that the current electoral system is perfect. And the vices of humanity act on it. But elections, as an institution, are evolving. At the beginning, the elections were based on property qualification, now there is no qualification. At first, women did not have the right to vote; now they are. And so on in other aspects of the election. If you look at life through pessimism, then why live. Today's human society is much better than slaveholding and feudalism societies.

          Quote: evgenm55
          .Open the Age of ENLIGHTENMENT - find out what is characterized.


          You did not understand the context of the word Enlightenment in which I applied it. This is not an era of emancipation of artists and the Renaissance. This is Enlightenment of the general level of education. If in a feudal society 1-5% of the population were literate, then in modern society almost everyone is literate. And literacy predisposes to read and to be enlightened to read, and this develops the mind and a person can draw conclusions - What is good and what is bad.

          Quote: Lazer
          Uh-huh, while you are writing this, the enlightened "al-nusra" people who have heeded the ideas of democracy are blowing up schools, cutting heads, calling for the rape of people who do not agree with them ..


          It's not me, but you attributed Orthodox terrorists to enlightened ones. Orthodox are also far from the Enlightenment as in the Middle Ages. If Assad would have gone to the polls 2,5 years ago, even with his participation, now Syria would not have been flooded with the orthodox trash of Islamic terrorism.
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay April 12 2013 13: 32
            0
            Quote: Beck
            . Today's human society is much better than slaveholding and feudalism societies.

            Alas, I am more than unsure of this!
            I am an optimist in life, but do not agree with you !!
            Yes, a lot has changed, but now they are choosing money and thanks to the money !!
            Those who own finances are forced to dance the whole world as they want!
            While they are not interested in how ordinary people, families live, the main thing is to end with the globalization of countries in the world !!
            Then he is convinced to engage in ordinary people (propaganda of same-sex love, debauchery in relationships, denigrating the religions of God is just the beginning of the process!
            If they win, the time will come when we will sleep on the other side on which we order!
            1. Ascetic
              Ascetic April 12 2013 13: 57
              +3
              Quote: Yarbay
              Those who own finances are forced to dance the whole world as they want!
              While they are not interested in how ordinary people, families live, the main thing is to end with the globalization of countries in the world !!


              Looking at the United States, one cannot but be disgusted with the manifestation of power and global capitalism, which is spreading all over the world and becoming disgusting in its omnipotence.

              Harold Pinter

              The United States is, in fact, a kind of testing ground for the concepts of English ideologists. The thirst for profit and the desire for absolute freedom, stimulated by the prevailing ideology in the mass consciousness, have entered the final phase of formation spiritual-psychological type of a doer (Western man), the stern figure of God (and God is humanity primarily in any religions initially) disappears under the corrupting influence of rationalism, pragmatism and materialism, but the "paralyzing sense of personal squalor" remains. This deep inferiority complex is offset striving for the ultimate freedom of active self-affirmation.. Karl Marx also spoke about this.
              “The human right to freedom is not based on the combination of man with man, but, on the contrary, on the separation of man from man. It is the right of this isolation, the right of a limited, self-enclosed individual ”

              The whole lifestyle of Western countries is the result and manifestation of the individualism of the civilized. If in a few words to express its psychological essence, then we can say that the fundamental principle of being a civilized west is this: work for yourself, considering all others as an environment and a means of being ”
              This is the way of life of a new person they cultivate everywhere. In our country this is manifested in a position - I do not owe anything to anyone, but the state I SHOULD GUARANTEE freedom. fair attitude to me and stuff ...
              Only this society of individualists can exist only through the exploitation of those at the expense of whom their state is and can guarantee them all these benefits and freedoms, otherwise the society of individualistic consumers is self-destructing, because "You cannot live in society and be free from society"
              1. Yarbay
                Yarbay April 12 2013 14: 29
                +2
                Quote: Ascetic
                Only this society of individualists can exist only through the exploitation of those at whose expense their state can guarantee them all these benefits and freedoms, otherwise the society of individualists-consumers WILL BE SELF-DESTROYED, because "You cannot live in a society and be free from society."

                Absolutely true!
            2. Beck
              Beck April 12 2013 14: 40
              +2
              Quote: Yarbay
              Those who own finances are forced to dance the whole world as they want!


              This was always the case, as soon as money appeared. If only money ruled the world, then they would cancel the elections. Money would buy the army, police, intelligence, why then elections, when the army, imprisoned for the fight against civil disobedience, would crush any insubordination. But there is no such thing anywhere in the world. And why should the bankers "aspiring" to power put some kind of puppets in the presidential posts? Obama, Thatcher, Sarkozy. Rough. They have money, they have power, they have an army, well, for a fig and why a fig they need the parasite Obama. The Rockefeller dynasty would sit in power now, and why waste money for elections. They know the score otherwise they would not be rich.

              A homosexual is certainly a shame. But I reassure myself that this is a temporary discomfort. Like a hippie movement in 60 years. Who remembers them now, especially from young people.
              1. Yarbay
                Yarbay April 12 2013 14: 56
                -1
                Quote: Beck
                But I reassure myself that this is a temporary discomfort. Like a hippie movement in 60 years.

                I think it's all interconnected, cultivate vices !!
                Remember, many hippies after several years wondered how they then got on that Wednesday !!
                Drugs, debauchery, gambling, religious sects are all experiments in an attempt to find the ideal form for controlling the masses, plus forcing people to be addicted!
                Quote: Beck
                The army, police, intelligence would buy money, why then the elections, when the army, sharpened for the fight against civil disobedience, would crush any disobedience. But nowhere in the world is there such a thing

                Nowhere in the world is there such a thing because those forces that control the process understand that the problem can only be solved by an integrated method and everywhere! 1
                To do this, for a start, finance, minerals, water, food, a telephone, a telegraph are taken over)))), and then we'll see everything !!!
                And if in any country we see this earlier, then people will not go for it !!
                And yet I’m sure that there is another force that is weaker at the moment, but is doing everything to ruin the globalization project !!
              2. antidote
                antidote April 12 2013 22: 11
                0
                Hippies were not declared an official ideology, but gay marriage was announced, and not only in France, but also in almost the entire gayrop. And Obama in his throne speech announced that the protection of homosexuals was his priority.
                You are a respected Beck, a smart person, but unfortunately not a thinking person. You do not see the obvious, but try to adhere to the stereotypes that you were instilled in the 90s. A thinking person is constantly updated, digests new information.
                1. Rustiger
                  Rustiger April 13 2013 03: 42
                  +1
                  Quote: antidot
                  And not only in France, but also in almost the entire geyrop. And Obama in his throne speech announced that the protection of homosexuals is his priority.


                  And these there too -

                  April 11 2013

                  The lower house of the Uruguayan parliament approved a bill legalizing same-sex marriage in the country, RIA Novosti reported with reference to France Presse.
                  The bill was supported by 92 parliamentarians, 71 opposed. Earlier, the document was approved by the upper house of parliament. The new law will come into force after it is signed by President José Mujica, who has always advocated for the rights of sexual minorities.

                  When the law comes into force, Uruguay will become the second country in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage. In 2010, Argentina already did this.


                  The next are Brazil - they have the "steepest" homosexual gangways. ... ...
                2. Beck
                  Beck April 13 2013 10: 09
                  +2
                  Quote: antidot
                  You are a respected Beck smart person, but unfortunately not thinking


                  This is impossible in principle. If smart, then as the default application, thinking. Smart can not be not thinking and vice versa.

                  In such definitions, only one option is possible - Or smart or fool ... to. You probably wanted to say this, but you veiled out of tact. So think what you want. Free will on all four sides.
          2. Htuek
            Htuek April 12 2013 17: 35
            0
            Beck, be honest! Do you consume products from Afghanistan? You carry such a blizzard. or just like to expose yourself in a very unsightly light? You do not work on a foreign language case.
            1. Beck
              Beck April 12 2013 18: 10
              -3
              Quote: Htuek
              Beck, be honest! Do you consume products from Afghanistan?


              Well, to be honest. I get products from Afghanistan with bags and in addition every week I leave for plans in the Chuy valley. And still, tons of products, for me alone, are not enough for a month.

              Quote: Htuek
              You carry such a blizzard. or just like to expose yourself in a very unsightly light?


              If my words are about the dictators of the blizzard, then the praise of the dictators shooting at their people (Pol Pot, Pinochet, Assad) are powerful Jupiter hurricanes. And to look in an unsightly light in front of some is better than changing your worldviews.

              Quote: Htuek
              You do not work on a foreign language case.


              What is a pulkul? Well, okay with this pulkul. I’ll tell you an important secret. Only to you. I do not work for INOSMI. I work for the Galactic COSMO-Media. Have you read? If not, be sure to read it. The nearest stall is at the star of Tau Ceti, on her nameless planet with 4,3 Earth masses, in the constellation Ursa Major. It's around the corner.
            2. antidote
              antidote April 12 2013 22: 15
              +1
              But don’t worry about Beck when a person over 70, he has already rusted. And doesn’t perceive anything. Remember our grandfathers on TV, since they skated on TV, that’s how it is. BBC calls Assad a dictator, what other proof is needed
              1. Beck
                Beck April 13 2013 11: 26
                +2
                Quote: antidot
                BBS calls Assad a dictator, what other evidence is needed


                I feel that you are not identifying signs of dictatorship.

                1. Power is seized by force - a military coup, but not obtained in the elections by the will of the people.

                Bashar's father Hafez in 1970 made a military coup and seized power. To keep power, Hafez bombed the city of Hama in 1962 and sent troops there. From 17000 to 40000 Syrian citizens were destroyed.

                2. Power is inherited.

                Hafez died in 2000. His entourage, following the "will" awarded the doctor Bashar the rank of lieutenant general and Bashar became the commander-in-chief of the Syrian army. The age limit was reduced. A person who has reached the age of 40 could become the president of Syria. Bashar was 34, so the qualification was reduced to 34 years old. Then there were "elections" where Bashar won 97,29% of the vote. And such an indicator is FOR, the surest sign of fraud.

                3. In order to avoid excesses, dictators do not hold elections.

                Instead of elections, Bashar organized a "referendum" in which 97,62% of those polled "spoke out" in favor of extending Bashar's presidential term until 2014.

                15.03.2011/XNUMX/XNUMX mass demonstrations began in the cities of Syria demanding free elections. Peaceful demonstrations lasted half a year. And all this time Bashar shot at his people. And only six months later, the people took up arms, so as not to die for no reason. If Bashar went to the polls then, Syria would not have been flooded with orthodox, religious trash.
            3. Rustiger
              Rustiger April 13 2013 03: 49
              -1
              Quote: Htuek
              You carry such a blizzard.


              Under the nickname "bek" today on the arena Chairman of the Association of Yavreiskiy Yumorists (A.Ya.Y.), Mr. Pruzhiner. ... ... (or his deputy. Longsoner?). ... ...
              Voo how he suffered at the end of the benefit, you can restrain. . .
          3. Setrac
            Setrac April 12 2013 21: 30
            0
            Quote: Beck
            If Assad would have gone to the polls 2,5 years ago, even with his participation, now Syria would not have been flooded with the orthodox trash of Islamic terrorism.

            No need to bring the blame on the healthy, the terrorists and their sponsors are to blame - the Americans and the British, not Assad.
      5. Leisure
        Leisure April 12 2013 12: 00
        +1
        Uh-huh, while you are writing this, the enlightened "al-nusra" people who have heeded the ideas of democracy are blowing up schools, cutting heads, calling for the rape of people who do not agree with them ...
        (For Mr. Beck).
      6. antidote
        antidote April 12 2013 22: 00
        +1
        By the way, dear Beck, Hitler’s regime didn’t fall. And under the onslaught of the USSR. Although, it should be noted, the German regime actively defended it. And your note is in the spirit of liberal propaganda. And at the end to push something your own.
      7. antidote
        antidote April 12 2013 22: 03
        +1
        By the way, if Assad falls, the crowds of "freedom fighters" will be sent to the southern borders of the CIS, to overthrow the next dictators. Although maybe this suits you. I don’t. I’m better in peacetime
      8. Che
        Che April 13 2013 02: 49
        0
        Everything mixed up in the Oblonsky’s house, as well as in your head washed by amers. When will people understand that they are being manipulated by the geyropeytsy and other Angles from the west.
      9. Ronin201
        Ronin201 April 15 2013 12: 44
        0
        Counter-question to a fellow countryman - Should our president also leave to the accompaniment of an Islamist invasion, explosions at universities in the markets and genocide of the indigenous population ??? It is directly touching to hear negative remarks about tribal rule and dictatorial regime from the lips of a Kazakhstani ...
    4. Sirocco
      Sirocco April 12 2013 10: 54
      0
      They leaked it according to one version, only because he tried to create his own currency (Golden Dinar) in northern Africa. And it wasn’t included in the plans of the USA and the EU. Like China is trying to create its own, in the end there was a mess in the North. Korea. Then we'll see what happens.
  5. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 April 12 2013 09: 09
    15
    You read about Syria, Libya, Tunisia, it takes a terrible longing. And we can’t even fool the opposition. And what a pleasure it would be to be crazy to at least tear gas into the ass-fucked dog, Nemtsov and the hedgehog with them. May they forgive me my cynicism.
    1. zambo
      zambo April 12 2013 09: 45
      +2
      Yes-ah ..., not only me has become painful. There are many of us.
    2. stpv1
      stpv1 April 12 2013 09: 48
      0
      I think YOU are wrong. Opposition should be. Without an alternative opinion, there can be no truth and no progress. Serdyukov’s case is an example for you. It’s about the purity of our power today.
      1. screw cutter
        screw cutter April 12 2013 11: 11
        +3
        What is the difference, the position is the opposition. Firstly, before the law everyone should be equal, and secondly there must be inevitability of punishment (no alternative to pay off).
      2. zao74
        zao74 April 12 2013 11: 27
        +2
        Alternative opinions and liberalistic blathering are two different things.
    3. Beck
      Beck April 12 2013 10: 33
      -1
      This is not cynicism, but hate towards all who think differently.
      1. Olegovi4
        Olegovi4 April 12 2013 16: 22
        +1
        You think differently, but I don't "hate" you. But the bulk-buzzers selling my country are really hateful to me.
      2. Htuek
        Htuek April 12 2013 17: 38
        +1
        Beck, yes, those who share your opinion. Themselves refuse to have their own opinions. For you and people like you, everyone who does not agree with you is an interesting five-letter word about and the crowd. Are you alone in white and fluffy?
        1. Beck
          Beck April 12 2013 18: 27
          0
          Quote: Htuek
          Beck, yes, those who share your opinion. Themselves refuse to have their own opinions.


          And how do I refuse to have my own opinion? What threaten with a gun, a knife? Free will. Yes, having a tongue will say

          Quote: Htuek
          Are you alone in white and fluffy?


          White and fluffy in the world is not and cannot be in principle. Evolution is contraindicated to do this. For in the white and fluffy the dualism of the creation of nature disappears. In white and fluffy there is no division into Yin and Yang, Male and Female, into Good and Evil, Black and White, Right and Left, Upper and Lower. If the world of white and fluffy existed, it would invariably collapse from the absence of symmetry .
    4. Yarbay
      Yarbay April 12 2013 11: 18
      0
      Quote: Vrungel78
      But we cannot even swindle an oppositionist. And with what pleasure it would be fun to be at least tear gas in ass-fucked dog, Nemtsov and a hedgehog with them.

      really?)))))))))
    5. Che
      Che April 13 2013 02: 59
      0
      Well said wassat Just do not ask for forgiveness; they deserve what they deserve.
  6. NIK 163
    NIK 163 April 12 2013 09: 43
    +2
    As the UN has already been sick of it, it’s very selective. In my opinion, it’s already not hard to put on it. He’s heavier than Kuskin’s mother. And Assad, in addition to support from the Russian people, has nothing to transmit, but to pass it on. I think he’s from our The T-90, S-300, Migov and Sushek would not refuse, do not forget that this is an outpost - we can be the next.
    1. Vodrak
      Vodrak April 12 2013 10: 05
      +1
      We do not "can be", we will definitely be, if we sit out like that.
  7. nagi
    nagi April 12 2013 09: 48
    +3
    The UN General Assembly is called upon to “firmly condemn the continuing escalation of the use of heavy weapons by the Syrian authorities against settlements, including indiscriminate shelling from tanks and aircraft

    Interestingly, the French foreign legion invading Mali was convicted of using air strikes and tanks against the opposition?
  8. zambo
    zambo April 12 2013 09: 52
    10
    Let's slightly improve the mood:
    Summary of counter-terrorism operations for April 11, 2013
    Damascus
    In the province of Damascus in the Jobar area, an army unit engaged in a clash with a terrorist group. Eliminated several of its members.
    In the village of Harasta, servicemen destroyed a group of terrorists, smashed a car and confiscated weapons and ammunition, in particular grenades, as well as listening devices.
    In East Ghouta, near the Al-Ab plantation area, an army unit attacked a cluster of terrorists, destroying many of them, including Samir Ayyun, Hussein Sisan and Muhammad Nur al-Din.
    In the city of Daraya, during the prosecution of terrorists, the military discovered a ton of explosives in a workshop for the manufacture of explosive devices. Another clandestine IED manufacturing workshop was found on plantations west of Daraya.
    In the vicinity of the tomb of Saida Sukaina, army units fought with terrorist groups. Destroyed a lot of terrorists. Cars with militants were defeated, one of them was equipped with a machine gun. Among the liquidated ones is the terrorist Muhammad, nicknamed Abu Samir and a certain Yasser.

    Deir ez-zor
    In the province of Deir ez-Zor, on the new highway Deir ez-Zor - Aleppo near the Wadi Al-Ain bridge, the army unit completely eliminated the group of militants of the so-called. "Battalion Aisha".
    There, near the village of Mukhasan, servicemen destroyed and wounded several terrorists who committed crimes against civilians.

    Homs
    In the province of Homs in the vicinity of the city of Ar-Rastan in the village of Umm-Sharshukh, an army unit entered into a clash with a terrorist group belonging to Jabhat Al-Nusra. Many terrorists were killed and wounded. Among those liquidated is Hamza Abbas, the leader of the so-called "First Battalion".
    In the area of ​​Tel-Kalyah at the Halat checkpoint, border guards and military personnel thwarted an armed attempt to infiltrate militants from Lebanon. Several terrorists were eliminated, the rest disappeared into Lebanese territory.

    Latakia
    In the province of Latakia, in the village of Jub al-Ahmar, military personnel destroyed a convoy of vehicles carrying missile shells.
    In the villages of Al-Shuruk and Al-Kabir, army units destroyed the shelters of the leaders of terrorist groups belonging to Jabhat al-Nusra. Many militants have been destroyed.
    In the villages of Al-Farez and Sakya Al-Kart, army units defeated two terrorist shelters, in which there were 8 motorcycles and a truck with a heavy machine gun. Destroyed many foreign mercenaries, in particular, the Jordanian Abderrahman Ash-Shmelyat, the Yemeni Ahmad Omar Ash-Shami, the Saudi Abderrahman Salehi and the Egyptian Muhammad Omar.
    In the village of Khan Ad-Joz, an army unit attacked a cluster of terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra, killing and wounding many of them, including foreign mercenaries. Natives of Kuwait, Rammah Al-Aneizi and Abu Amer Al-Qaysi, were identified.
    In the village of Kinsabba, soldiers attacked a terrorist group, destroying many of its members, in particular, two mercenaries from Saudi Arabia - Osman Ibn Muhareb Al-Khferi and Ammar Al-Dusari, Libyan Karim Al-Saleh and Moroccan Al-Muataz-Bill Al-Alvani.

    Idleb
    In the province of Idleb, in the Kafr Harim region, a car bomb with a large amount of explosives arrived in Syria from Turkey. There were several terrorists in it.
    An army source told SANA that the explosives were disguised as bags of cement. During the explosion, all the terrorists who were in the car died, in particular, the leader of one of the groups operating in Idleb, Jafar Ayyub Abu Hamza.
  9. Perch_xnumx
    Perch_xnumx April 12 2013 09: 54
    +1
    The UN is developing according to the scenario of the League of Nations. Apparently the world elite decided to follow the beaten path. Now the fascists are Wahhabis, Salafis and their Sharia with fatwas, and the West supports the fascists with their rotten human rights and democracy, in fact, supporting the war, giving the go-ahead for the transfer of weapons, mercenaries and Islamists. Only it will not end as the Jewish-Masonic elite intended. Everything will end with the end of the world, God will no longer tolerate lawlessness, and he will take the steering wheel from the "elite" - 30-40 years and that's it.
    1. Che
      Che April 13 2013 03: 05
      0
      It seems that the blind are following a blind guide. Straight tracing paper from the second world. Then the whole geyropa pushed Hitler to power and unleashing a massacre.
  10. UFO
    UFO April 12 2013 09: 55
    +1
    A couple of suicide bombers in Paris and London would make the West look at it from a different angle, not of course the power (they already know everything perfectly), but the townsfolk, let them know who they are feeding.
    1. Vodrak
      Vodrak April 12 2013 10: 10
      0
      So they say that this is special. Assad’s services did.
      1. 755962
        755962 April 12 2013 12: 33
        +2
        Belgian authorities are seriously concerned about the problem of the departure of young fellow citizens to the war in Syria

        The Belgian authorities are seriously concerned about the problem of the departure of young Europeans to the war in Syria. In order to find a way to prevent or at least limit the flow of mercenaries, the burgomaster of the Flemish cities of Antwerp, Vilvoorde, and Mechelen, whose residents make up the bulk of the young Belgians fighting in Syria on the side of the opposition, urgently gathered.

        According to available information, their total number has already exceeded 200 people, among them there are minors. It is also known that up to 20 Belgian citizens died in this war, ITAR-TASS reports with reference to the Belgian television channel RTBF.


        http://www.newsru.com/world/12apr2013/problema.html


        And imagine what will happen when these "citizens" return to Geyrope ...
  11. bubalik
    bubalik April 12 2013 10: 20
    0
    Wolf Pack!
  12. Canep
    Canep April 12 2013 10: 47
    +2
    He did not let the observers in because the result of this "investigation" is known in advance.
  13. ed65b
    ed65b April 12 2013 10: 49
    0
    Eh al-Assad would close the border, totally undermine the entire strip and in front of it all the deserts and mountains. let the dogs die. Until the perimeter holds it and will oozing. You can’t fight against all Arabistan. Are our specialists interested in Syria?
    1. Rustiger
      Rustiger April 12 2013 15: 23
      +2
      Quote: ed65b
      Are our specialists interested in Syria?


      There are and were. Suffice it to recall how many howls in the media in January-February, when 50 (?) Marines were seen. And it just "in a strange way" coincided with the entry of the Black Sea ships into Tartus. Then all the foreign experts agreed that an evacuation operation was carried out. arsenal. But apparently, the Israelite did not like this very much, and the same airstrikes followed.
      Here is a recent info -
      April 08 2013
      Large landing ships The Russian Pacific Fleet will call at the Syrian port of Tartus in the second half of May. According to the General Staff of the Navy, one of the tasks is the delivery of goods. As part of a long voyage, Russian ships will also call in the ports of a number of states in the region, including Vietnam and Iran. This was reported on Saturday, April 6, with reference to sources in the General Staff of the Navy, the Interfax news agency.

      "A detachment of ships of the Pacific Fleet, led by the large anti-submarine ship" Admiral Panteleev ", will perform a number of combat training missions in the Mediterranean Sea as part of the inter-naval grouping of the Navy. "Peresvet" delivery of goods to the Syrian port of Tartus in the second half of May, "(I wonder what kind of "sneakers" in the holds and on the landing decks) - told the agency interlocutor.

      But this is already obvious, and hardly doubtful -
      Recall that at the end of March this year, The Sunday Times published an article by Uzi Makhnaimi about newly discovered espionage equipment on a deserted island opposite the Syrian port of Tartus.

      According to the publication, espionage equipment disguised as stones was installed on the island by fighters of the Israeli division of naval commandos in order to monitor the ships of the Russian fleet that are entering the base in Tartus. The soldiers arrived at the island in a submarine. It is not known how long the equipment was on the island before the Syrian military discovered the transmitting devices.


      http://www.iran.ru/news/politics/86933/Desantnye_korabli_VMF_Rossii_pridut_iz_Ir
      ana_v_Siriyu_chtoby_dostavit_gruz
  14. valokordin
    valokordin April 12 2013 10: 49
    +5
    Russia should help Assad, since he is fighting almost alone with world imperialism, a missile strike should be launched against terrorist training camps. Assad must declare openly that if Israel has the right to strike at Palestinians in their territory, then it has the right to strike back at these bases and declare this to the UN and Russia and China must support this.
  15. Kazbek
    Kazbek April 12 2013 10: 52
    +8
    In Paris, we need to give money to the Arabs, let them arrange a mess and, after dispersal, declare non-democracy, violation of human rights, they say they disperse chemical weapons.
  16. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro April 12 2013 11: 01
    0
    Taking into account the experience of Libya, when Islamic scumbags ceased to carry out the commands of Western sponsors, it is obvious that in Syria the West decided to take control of the overthrow of Assad through its direct intervention, for which a serious pretext and this reason is needed - Assad's "use" of chemical weapons as played out in Iraq). This plan is beginning to be realized: the opposition is already CHEMICAL dumping everything on Assad, the UN Secretary General was suddenly outraged by Assad's actions. Obviously, the Syrian opposition is preparing a large-scale provocation with the "use" of chemical weapons, after which the Western media will raise a universal howl about a threat to peace and this will be a signal for NATO peacekeepers-gameokratisers to finally intervene in Syria's affairs!
  17. pechv
    pechv April 12 2013 11: 07
    +5
    This morning I saw a news clip about Euronews about Syria. For about five minutes they showed terrible shots of bloodied people and accompanied them with the text that, they say, human rights activists report that Assad’s troops are killing civilians. The whole plot was waiting for there to be at least some clue about the guilt of the terrorists. And - this is a real holiday - literally in the last 5 seconds of the video, the phrase appeared that the rebels were probably to blame for the victims.

    Half of the plot was given to some character with a Swedish surname, who insisted that Assad’s troops had hit the pharmacy several times, this indicates the bloodthirstiness of the regime. Logic fails, but everything is decorum and politically correct.

    People are quite civilized, but they lie all the time, they take facts by their ears. One feels the most severe pressure on the editorial staff; they are waging information warfare with odious methods.
    1. Rustiger
      Rustiger April 12 2013 12: 14
      +2
      Quote: pechv
      People are quite civilized, but they lie all the time, they take facts by their ears. One feels the most severe pressure on the editorial staff; they are waging information warfare with odious methods.


      What do you think, who is missing in this company. . .
      Right . . . At a minimum, Nach. GVSh Gerasimova.
      Well of course with the appropriate gifts
      1. antidote
        antidote April 12 2013 22: 20
        +1
        Our people! According to Beck, they also support the "bloody ghoul" and do not understand the (stupid) efforts of the democratic gayrope
  18. NKVD
    NKVD April 12 2013 11: 09
    +1
    Well done Assad !!!!! A real man opposing a gang of Western hammocks
  19. Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 April 12 2013 11: 15
    +1
    The situation is reminiscent of the 30s of the 20th century, the arrogant aggressor, supported by the expectant West, invades sovereign states, seizes their economic, technical and natural resources, establishes fascist puppet regimes, the UN fawns and creeps, the Nobel Committee presents the Peace Prize to Barackogitler, USA and EU rejoice pleased with the successful capture and robbery.
    Russia is becoming increasingly isolated, losing potential allies.
    Only in the 30s the USSR did not have even 1/10 of the influence in the world that Russia has today.
  20. Ascetic
    Ascetic April 12 2013 11: 18
    +2
    An interview with presidential adviser Bashar al-Assad Butain Shaaban on RT explained why Bashar al-Assad accuses a number of Arab states of destabilizing the situation in Syria.

  21. silver_roman
    silver_roman April 12 2013 11: 26
    +3
    burn in hell all over the west!
  22. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil April 12 2013 11: 28
    +1
    Quote: Corsair5912
    The situation is reminiscent of the 30s of the 20th century, the arrogant aggressor, supported by the expectant West, invades sovereign states, seizes their economic, technical and natural resources, establishes fascist puppet regimes, the UN fawns and creeps, the Nobel Committee presents the Peace Prize to Barackogitler, USA and EU rejoice pleased with the successful capture and robbery.
    Russia is becoming increasingly isolated, losing potential allies.
    Only in the 30s the USSR did not have even 1/10 of the influence in the world that Russia has today.


    Indeed, the peace prize has found its hero, they licked a lick, but to the point, the prize of the so-called. "Peace" after Misha has obviously lost its meaning if it was, of course.
  23. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil April 12 2013 11: 29
    +2
    By the way, there would be laughter if Adolf were awarded the Peace Prize, the year of commercials in 38 after Munich.
    1. Hudo
      Hudo April 12 2013 11: 51
      +1
      Quote: Standard Oil
      By the way, there would be laughter if Adolf were awarded the Peace Prize, the year of commercials in 38 after Munich.



      Adolf Aloizovich, the prize was discharged by Soviet troops, right in Berlin. But the current adolph-mattress covers have long earned a similar prize - a funnel and two gas canisters.
  24. Butchcassidy
    Butchcassidy April 12 2013 11: 49
    0
    We wish Bashar al-Assad and the people of Syria a speedy normalization of the situation and the complete destruction of anyone who comes to Syria with weapons - no matter what he calls himself.
  25. phantom359
    phantom359 April 12 2013 12: 03
    +5
    I don’t understand one thing, why he keeps captives of mercenaries from Arabia. This audience does not fall under the convention on prisoners of war, so there is nothing to stand on ceremony with them. These are Sadiugs who should not be given any chance.
  26. Mikhail Topor
    Mikhail Topor April 12 2013 12: 33
    +2
    in the video, when the operators take off the general views, an ominous silence is heard - apparently there are no civilians, only fighters and terras.
  27. Mhpv
    Mhpv April 12 2013 15: 54
    0
    Well, when will the whole world see such a report from the streets of New York, Washington and other cities of the United States? At worst, France or England.
  28. Herr_Kaput
    Herr_Kaput April 12 2013 16: 35
    -8
    Drowned the country in blood. Another prophet and father of the nation.
    1. Htuek
      Htuek April 12 2013 17: 42
      +2
      You now probably will amaze us with your photos and video materials on which you captured those drowned in blood.
    2. Che
      Che April 13 2013 03: 18
      +1
      NATO drowned in blood the people of Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Serbia - open your eyes if they see anything else. No - get drunk.
  29. HAIFISCH
    HAIFISCH April 12 2013 18: 12
    +1
    But camiron and this fucking Alland will not think twice about moving from words to deeds. The question arises, if the supply of modern weapons to jackals, militants and terrorists begins, what will the army answer to them? After all, the resources are not rubber, it is necessary to help ourselves with weapons, specialists, and do not be shy, otherwise, despite all our "luck" from Syria, dust will remain, a kind of Somali, which will be successfully cut and turned against us.
  30. xado.tj
    xado.tj April 12 2013 19: 47
    +3
    ASSAD YOUNG. POLITICIAN WITH A LARGE LETTER. LORD SUCH AS HE SAVES. GIVE THE LORD HIM AND ALL THE SYRIAN PEOPLE TO LIVE WITHOUT WAR FOR 1000 YEARS.
  31. Setrac
    Setrac April 12 2013 21: 23
    0
    Quote: Beck
    The epochs of slavery, feudalism, and initial capitalism have ended. There will be no return to them.

    Oooooooooooooooooooooo I will not quote all your message. The theory of development from ancient slavery to enlightened modern democracy through feudalism and dictatorship - so this theory is not scientifically susceptible, in fact, there is a movement from the democratic system of primitive tribes, through the feudalism of the first states to the slave system, modern financial bondage is essentially veiled slavery .
    1. antidote
      antidote April 12 2013 22: 24
      0
      Interestingly, in Afghanistan what an era it is! probably a humanistic rebirth, or neoliberal democracy!
    2. Beck
      Beck April 13 2013 10: 28
      +1
      Quote: Setrac
      The theory of development from ancient slavery to enlightened modern democracy through feudalism and dictatorship - so this theory is not subject to scientific,


      Confirmed not confirmed, I do not know. I come from a common history of how civilization developed.

      The enlightenment which I spoke about above and which some people misunderstood when trying to state with the following example.

      Africa is a developing continent. In the 60 years, Africa finally threw off the shackles of colonialism. African countries are independent. Africa is endowed with natural riches beyond measure. The question is why in 50 years Africa has sold only raw materials, why it is starving, why in most countries a presidential but authoritarian rule. What is not enough to use your own resources to the fullest? My answer is Not Enlightenment.

      I am 100% sure. If African countries would spend all their budgets spent on weapons on education, they would create a system of general secondary education, similar to the system of secondary education in the USSR. In 30-50 years, when there will be 2-3 generations with secondary education in Africa, Africa will get out of today's poverty and become equal with the leading economies of the world. Enlightenment will gradually abolish authoritarian systems of government.

      I mean roughly this by EDUCATION. And where there is less education, there are orthodox religions, there are prejudices, there is adherence to archaic ways of life, there is authoritarianism similar to monarchies and there are dictatorships. In the Arab world, enlightenment was ahead of the African one and people did not want to live under the rule of dictators and raised their spring.
      1. Setrac
        Setrac April 13 2013 16: 45
        0
        Quote: Beck
        In the 60 years, Africa finally threw off the shackles of colonialism.

        Do you believe that yourself? You want to say that at the moment in Africa there are no troops of non-African states? Africa did not dump anything, as it was a colony, and remained.
        Quote: Beck
        I come from a common history of how civilization developed.

        You start from a story written by Western propaganda, a false story, and conclusions based on this story will also be false, wrong.
        Quote: Beck
        My answer is Not Enlightenment.

        My answer is - There are not enough resources that the West is pumping out of Africa, giving nothing in return. For this, Africans need dictators who would not allow corrupt democrats - liberals to sell the country (s).
        Quote: Beck
        And where there is less education, there are orthodox religions, there are prejudices, there is adherence to archaic ways of life, there is authoritarianism similar to monarchies and there are dictatorships.

        And which religions are orthodox from your point of view, and which are enlightened?
        1. Beck
          Beck April 13 2013 19: 23
          +3
          Quote: Setrac
          You want to say that at the moment in Africa there are no troops of non-African states? Africa did not dump anything, as it was a colony, and remained.


          If there is an emergency, as in Mali, troops to help from the former metropolises are introduced. Well, if Africa is a colony, then India and Australia are protectorates of England. In Australia so far, the formal head of state is Queen Elizabeth 2 of England.
          Quote: Setrac
          You start from a story written by Western propaganda, a false story, and conclusions based on this story will also be false, wrong.

          I proceed from the history that I taught at school, and which was generally accepted.

          Quote: Setrac
          There are not enough resources that the West is pumping out of Africa, giving nothing in return

          Deflated when Africa was a colony. Now everyone is buying. But the money received by Africa, because of the small Enlightenment, is spent ineffectively. In addition, Africa receives gratuitous aid from the GXNUMX countries, including Russia.

          G2005 pledges to promote the development of the African continent made at the Gleneagles, Scotland summit in July 60. "This includes the historic multilateral debt relief of up to US $ 25 billion, which is currently underway. It also includes an increase in official development assistance to Africa by US $ 2010 billion a year by XNUMX," the document says.
          At the same time, the declaration emphasizes that the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimates the global increase in development assistance by about $ 2010 billion per year by 50.

          Quote: Setrac
          And which religions are orthodox from your point of view, and which are enlightened?

          Any religion can be orthodox. For example, Catholics and Protestants of Ireland are killing each other. Both the Sunites and Shiites of Iraq are exploding each other.
          1. Setrac
            Setrac April 14 2013 00: 25
            0
            Quote: Beck
            If there is an emergency, as in Mali, troops to help from the former metropolises are introduced. Well, if Africa is a colony, then India and Australia are protectorates of England. In Australia so far, the formal head of state is Queen Elizabeth 2 of England.

            The difference is significant. India is legally a colony, virtually independent, Mali legally independent, actually a colony. You are simply blocking in this case France, the French occupiers in Africa, the colonialists.
            Quote: Beck
            I proceed from the history that I taught at school, and which was generally accepted.

            Common - does not mean correct. I understand that you, as a pro-Western person, are ready to believe in Western propaganda, but you are talking about the future, you should understand (probably) that the wrong assumptions will lead to the wrong conclusions, and only this is critical to the story.
            Quote: Beck
            Deflated when Africa was a colony. Now everyone is buying. But the money received by Africa, because of the small Enlightenment, is spent ineffectively. In addition, Africa receives gratuitous aid from the GXNUMX countries, including Russia.

            The rules of trade are imposed by the West, including on military force. The amount of help is scanty. WTO rules, other international rules, and even laws within African countries are imposed. And beneficial for the golden billion.
  32. UFO
    UFO April 12 2013 21: 32
    +1
    Quote: Herr_Kaput
    Drowned the country in blood. Another prophet and father of the nation.

    I love Belarusians, but in your nickname the second word is clearly superfluous (it will be more honest). Was the grandfather the headman or are the Polish genes making noise? fool
  33. antidote
    antidote April 12 2013 22: 29
    0
    Quote: antidot
    By the way, dear Beck, Hitler’s regime didn’t fall. But under the pressure of the USSR. Although, it should be noted, the German people actively defended it. And your note is in the spirit of liberal propaganda. And at the end push something of your own.
  34. komarov 1956
    komarov 1956 April 13 2013 00: 14
    0
    America will wait for the boomerang effect. It will ever happen.
  35. albatross
    albatross April 13 2013 00: 40
    +1
    I do not understand in any way that Iran is not helping the Syrians? If he helped, then under Damascus there would not have been this whole racket.
    1. UFO
      UFO April 13 2013 04: 24
      0
      Why doesn't it help, it's just that the resources are not equal. Look how much "meat" comes from the Arab countries, and from Geyropa and even the States. Plus money from the sheikhs and weapons from the West. Such a bottomless gutter. Assad will not survive if no one besides Iran helps. angry