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She had only a notebook in her hand ...

These shots are remembered by the Syrians and those who watched the Syrian TV channels. Al-Ihbarii’s correspondent Yara Salekh, freed from captivity along with two members of her film crew, rushes into the arms of her colleague and girlfriend, Yara Abbas. Girls are very happy to meet. Moreover, Yare Saleh in captivity said that her friend was also captured. Then the friendship triumphed over the trials ...

But less than a year ... On May 27, in the area of ​​Al-Dabaa airfield near the city of Al-Kseyr, Yara Abbas was killed. The car in which she was traveling with her colleagues was ambushed by militants. He was riddled with bullets. The girl received a mortal wound, the driver and the operator also suffered. Moreover, it was clear in advance that this was a press machine. Yar was 26 years old.

Terrorists have repeatedly threatened journalists, including girls who have been reporting from the front line. And with regard to Yara Abbas, they fulfilled their black threat. And again it is impossible not to recall that they are trying to present the militants as “freedom fighters” who allegedly “fight against the dictatorship”. But where is she, freedom, if journalists are killed for their patriotic position?

This is a stern oriental female name - Yara ... So consonant with the Russian word "rage." She was a fierce patriot, a real wrestler. Everyone who knew her said that with her bravery she was no less inferior to male soldiers who fought on the front lines with a bunch of terrorists who came from all over the world. The deceased journalist was one of those who were useless to advise "more cautious." She always rushed into the thick of events.

It so happened that shortly before her death, Ankhar Kochneva and a group of Ukrainian journalists saw her in Homs. On Saturday morning, we gathered together in Al-Xayr, but in the end, on the orders of the army, we drove along different roads. I saw a beautiful, pleasant girl with long dark hair who kindly smiled at colleagues from Ukraine, shook hands with them. And on Monday came the tragic message ...

Director of Al-Ikhbariya TV channel Imad Sara told reporters: “Our poor girl, she has nothing in her hand except for a notebook and pen. It was quite obvious that there were unarmed journalists in the car. Tragedy shows that she was killed for her reports, for the truth that she spoke from the screen. ”

Al-Ihbariya is the most militant television channel in Syria, and its employees endured a lot of tests. In June last year, the studio was attacked by terrorists. Then three journalists and three guards were shot in cold blood, and the building, along with all its equipment, was blown up. Then, in August of last year, the film crew of the TV channel, led by Yara Saleh, was abducted in a suburb of Damascus. One of the operators was killed - 60 bullets were fired for refusing to cooperate and a photo of President Bashar Al-Assad on a mobile phone. Now the channel has suffered another irreparable loss.

One cannot fail to say that the death of Yara Abbas did not cause such a reaction in the world as, say, the death in Homs of her French colleague Mary Colvin, who was spoken about by thousands of media outlets, to whose family all the journalistic organizations of the world expressed condolences. Colvin then tried to blame the Syrian army for the death, but then it turned out that the so-called "rebels" had killed her. West chose to "hush up" this history.

As for the family of Yara Abbas, these international journalistic organizations like water in the mouth gathered. And some liberal media almost choked with gloating. Thus, the Russian liberal site “Lenta.ru,” known for its anti-Syrian publications (in which a certain Ivan Yakovina shows particular activity), burst out with the headline: “A government propagandist was killed in Syria.” True, when these words were outraged by all real Russian journalists, who have been to Syria, worked at the front line, not in classrooms, and knew Yara, they replaced the headline with a neutral one. But the sediment remained ...

Many Syrian journalists paid with their lives for telling the truth about this dirty war unleashed against the country, about terrorism that came from different parts of the world to kill, rob and destroy. Their names will remain in immortality along with the fallen defenders of the motherland. Someone with a notebook in hand, and someone with weapons - all of them contribute to the cause of resistance to the new terrible fascism, hiding behind the slogans of democracy.

... At the funeral of Yara Abbas, people brought a huge amount of flowers. She found her last refuge in her native village in the province of Hama. Governors of Homes and Tartus provinces and thousands of ordinary citizens came to bid her farewell to her ...

Senator enters Syria in a gangster

At a time when hired thugs suffer defeats on all fronts, when the Army completes the operation to liberate Al-Xeira, when terrorists were driven away from Damascus — the West and the US are trying to save their armed dummies from final defeat.
Senator John McCain - a war criminal who sprayed poisonous substances over the unarmed people of Vietnam - this time committed a new crime. From the territory of Turkey, he, by his own admission, penetrated into Syria, where he spent about an hour meeting with the leaders of the so-called "rebels".

True, reports about the presence of McCain in Syria are very contradictory. So, the media reported that he "dived into Syrian territory on 800 kilometers," despite the fact that this is physically impossible - the country is small. Therefore, it cannot be excluded that the senator, having visited Turkey, exaggerates his “feats” committed in the name of supporting terrorism.

But if we assume that McCain actually visited the territories of the SAR, captured by terrorists, he violated all the laws and trampled on elementary ethical norms. The US has always said that compliance with the law is of utmost importance to them. In their own country, they are proud of this notorious legality; they consider themselves to be a legal state - a model for imitation.

And suddenly, by no means an ordinary American, but a high-ranking senator, - sneaks into a foreign country, like a despicable night thief. Illegally crosses the border, meets with terrorists, trying to coordinate their actions.

As the so-called “head of the military council of the Syrian Free Army” later stated, a gangster who appropriated the rank of general, Salem Idris, “Senator McCain’s visit to Syria is very important and very useful, especially at this time. We need American help to change the situation on the ground. The situation is extremely critical. ” He added that he expects support from the United States: the delivery of heavy weapons, the creation of a no-fly zone and the launching of air strikes.

One can see a complete moral decay of the so-called “opposition”, which, for the sake of lust for power and profit, wants to bombard its own country. One can see their critical situation - their so-called “people's revolution” is doomed to failure, since it is not supported by citizens. And the pseudo-revolutionaries are not seeking salvation among the people, they are not trying to attract new supporters among the Syrians, as true revolutionaries do. They kneel before external forces and beg for bombs on the heads of ordinary people, whose only fault is that they did not support the “fighters for democracy”.

But moral decay is evident not only among terrorists, but also among high-ranking overseas gentlemen. Truly - for their dirty purposes, American warriors are ready to sacrifice not only their taxpayers' money, not only the political image of their country, more and more throwing off democratic masks - but also elementary honor, turning into ordinary and banal criminals, whose place is in the dirty bucket .

Although, perhaps, McCain should be freed from the deserved punishment and sent to a mental hospital for treatment. You can, in the end, and a little regret the poor man, completely mindset by sitting in the Vietnamese pit.

EU gas fire extinguishes

To support gangsters who are close to accountable for their bloody affairs, seeks not only the outdated old American senator from his mind, but also pseudo-civilized European regimes.

At its meeting, the European Union unanimously extended economic sanctions against Syria - sanctions that civilians suffer from.

The sanctions, which resulted, in particular, in the extreme difficulties of the health sector. Sanctions for which there are no drugs, components for which were not made in Syria. Sanctions, due to which the state of the economy has deteriorated, the government has to make extraordinary efforts, and if there were no social gains in the country, this would have led to mass famine long ago.

But on another issue, the EU countries could not come to a common position - on the issue of lifting the arms embargo. When it was introduced, Western states assumed that the restrictions would affect only the legitimate Syrian government. But then this embargo became a formal obstacle to the arming of the militants of the so-called “opposition”.

France and Britain insisted on lifting the embargo, like card sharks, who suddenly did not like the rules of the game that they had invented. Countries with a more sober stance, in particular, Germany, Belgium, Austria, said that weapons could fall into the hands of extremists. As a result, no general agreement was reached.

British Foreign Affairs Minister William Hague interpreted in his own way the lack of agreement in the EU - they say, this means lifting the embargo. And now it is possible to supply weapons to the insurgents (as though they hadn’t supplied them before!) That is, the lack of a solution is the solution. More sober European politicians have proposed to postpone at least two months with such supplies so that the weapons do not fall into the hands of extremists.

Of course, also naive reasoning - as if a non-extremist opposition in Syria needs weapons. Non-extremist oppositionists are fighting by political means, but how to call those who raised weapons against their country? Would these gentlemen try to apply what was said to their own countries! But Haig claims that he does not intend to wait two months. A European Union spokeswoman, Catherine Ashton (known for her fraternization with the Libyan terrorists in Benghazi), said that every country has the right to independently decide on the arming of militants. As if there is no international law!

Of course, this decision will not have a significant impact (or, more precisely, not a solution, since no agreement was reached) on the situation - the West has already armed and armed the rebels. But the following is obvious: the Europeans, who verbally say that they are in favor of a peaceful settlement of the Syrian crisis, in fact are only trying to pour even more gasoline into the fire.
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  1. wano67nikolay
    wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 08: 03 New
    -19
    And where are our S-300s, long and repeatedly promised by Syria? And why does Putin so "help" Assad that he can barely hold on?
    1. Regis
      Regis 30 May 2013 08: 17 New
      14
      Well, help me personally! Take the machine and go!
      1. wano67nikolay
        wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 10: 34 New
        -7
        I would be president, I would have helped a long time ago. And so we have Putin set for this.
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    3. AlievMR
      AlievMR 30 May 2013 08: 20 New
      22
      If there was no help, then Syria would have been rolled out for a long time! (Remember at least Libya, when we turned away and pretended that everything was the way)
      And the S-300 will be handed over, there is no turning back, for it will be a LARGE GEOPOLITICAL DESTRUCTION OF RUSSIA.
      1. RUSSIA 2013
        RUSSIA 2013 30 May 2013 10: 08 New
        12
        Well, creatures, primitive monkeys, I'm talking about Honduras (about position), so that the earth burns under their feet, and YARE ABBAS, the earth rest in peace, sleep peacefully, these creatures will answer for everything.
        1. RUSSIA 2013
          RUSSIA 2013 30 May 2013 11: 22 New
          +3
          Syria received the first S-300 systems
          Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told the Al-Manar television network, which is supervised by Hezbollah, that his country had already received the first batch of S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems from Russia.

          During an interview that aired in full on Al Manar on Thursday evening, the Syrian leader said the next batch of military equipment should arrive "very soon."
        2. Scoun
          Scoun 30 May 2013 18: 57 New
          +2
          anti-Syrian publications (in which some Ivan Yakovina)

          It seemed to me alone that this one ... a certain certain nationality?
    4. Averias
      Averias 30 May 2013 08: 34 New
      +2
      Quote: wano67nikolay
      And where are our S-300s, long and repeatedly promised by Syria? And why does Putin so "help" Assad that he can barely hold on?


      Are you sure that they are not there? As well as the Iskander, as the anti-ship missiles Yakhont. Before writing frank stupidity, it is useful to think a little - and what is holding back the West from direct intervention? What the media say and do not say needs to be divided by 90%, then another 90%, and what remains and will be true.
      1. Ruslan_F38
        Ruslan_F38 30 May 2013 09: 30 New
        +4
        Very sorry for Yaru Abbas. What can be expected from savages? They don’t have any ideas about morality, for them it costs nothing to kill an unarmed journalist. I hope her death will not be in vain. Annoying the behavior of the world journalistic community, because they killed their colleague, and the reaction is at least not condemnation, nor condolences - a shame.
        McCain has long had to go to the cemetery. I think he walked around Turkey, but was not in Syria. And if there was, then this omission of the Syrian and Russian special services - it was necessary to eliminate.
        Regarding the S-300, that's when there will be official confirmation that the systems have been delivered right then it will be possible to discuss something, but for now these are words, nothing more. You do not need to be very smart to understand that the supply of these complexes is good for both Syria and Russia, and I do not think that someone in their right mind will deny the obvious.
        1. Che
          Che 31 May 2013 18: 36 New
          0
          The West supports cannibals and does not care about the victims of the people of Syria. Here is such a pancake democracy. Eats her ...
      2. wano67nikolay
        wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 10: 58 New
        +6
        Had there been an S-300, wise guy, Israel would not have bombed Syria. About the "Iskander" do not tell. You can’t hide such a thing, for a long time everyone would have been scammed in the West. "Yakhont" - I do not know, maybe there is. Putin even repaired the repaired helicopters as soon as England poked. So think with your little head and do not be clever. And the West is holding back the attack from the Syrian army, which so far has not been able to bribe the people behind Assad, plus the supply of our weapons, but there are few of them, just to have something to shoot.
      3. Drednout
        Drednout 30 May 2013 20: 06 New
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        Quote: Averias
        What the media say and do not say needs to be divided by 90%, then another 90%, and what remains and will be true.

        good
    5. Young Putin
      Young Putin 30 May 2013 09: 22 New
      +1
      Quote: wano67nikolay
      And where are our S-300s, long and repeatedly promised by Syria?

      Russia will fulfill its contractual obligations to supply S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems (SAM) to Syria, although the shipment of such systems to the customer has not yet been carried out, a source in arms-related structures told Interfax on Wednesday.
      “We have a contract for the supply of S-300 air defense systems to Syria. We intend to fulfill it, ”the source said.
      He denied reports from a number of foreign media that the Syrian army was already armed with Russian S-300 air defense systems. “To date, there are no S-300 air defense systems in Syria,” he stressed.
      1. Yarbay
        Yarbay 30 May 2013 11: 47 New
        +2
        Quote: Young Putin
        Russia will fulfill its

        trivalents)))) ??
        What are shoulder straps with skulls?)))))))))
        and again plagiarism)))) a young Putin Putin like I called you like that !!)))
        Really like that?)))
        And did not even thank !!)))
        Not good!!))
      2. wano67nikolay
        wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 12: 32 New
        -5
        Well, so am I about that. Syria does not have any S-300
    6. Uhe
      Uhe 30 May 2013 11: 20 New
      -10
      Because Putin is controlled by Israel.
      1. Ruslan_F38
        Ruslan_F38 30 May 2013 11: 29 New
        +4
        According to TV, the S-300 systems are already in Syria! Great. Now we are waiting for what the USA and Israel will do.
      2. AK44
        AK44 30 May 2013 15: 39 New
        +3
        Quote: Uhe
        Because Putin is controlled by Israel.


        Is Zimbabwe Putin accidentally out of control? laughing
    7. Artmark
      Artmark 30 May 2013 12: 43 New
      +1
      S-300 is already in Syria!
      hi
    8. Siberian German
      Siberian German 30 May 2013 13: 26 New
      +2
      they probably go there on foot
    9. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 30 May 2013 14: 58 New
      0
      I threw all the news on this link

      http://topwar.ru/28751-siriya-shturm-ukreprayona-terroristov.html
      1. gigiperfetto
        gigiperfetto 30 May 2013 18: 24 New
        0
        I would like the accounts of the “office” to accurately note all the workdays and overtime of the Crimean, Makhachkala, Grozny, Kazan and other our co-workers, in confirmation of the fact that “the office always writes everything.” It would be very, very good.
    10. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 30 May 2013 14: 59 New
      10
      Syria received the first batch of S-300



      Syrian President Bashar al-Assad gave an interview on the eve of Al-Manar TV channel. Excerpts from it were published even before the program was aired by the Lebanese newspaper Al-Ahbar. Assad noted that the first batch of Russian S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems has already arrived in Syria, and the rest will arrive in the near future.

      Deliveries of S-300 air defense systems to Syria can create additional difficulties with the possible introduction by the Western countries of a "no-fly zone", the plan of which the US administration has already commissioned the Pentagon to develop. At the same time, the command of the army of Israel, neighboring Syria, said that the S-300 "will not become an insurmountable obstacle" to a military operation.

      The West condemns the supply of defensive weapons from Russia to Syria while paving the way for direct deliveries of weapons to Syrian militants. On May 28, the European Union lifted the embargo on arms supplies to Syria, which everyone can use to "help the rebels."

      Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, in turn, during a visit to Finland, said that now our country is not obliged to follow any restrictions on the issue of arms supplies to Syria.

      "Each decision has two sides. If one side removes the restrictions, then the other may already consider itself not obligated to fulfill the obligations assumed earlier," Baltinfo agency quotes the head of the Russian department with reference to Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
      1. fzr1000
        fzr1000 30 May 2013 15: 11 New
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        Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, in turn, during a visit to Finland, said that now our country is not obliged to follow any restrictions on the issue of arms supplies to Syria.

        "Each decision has two sides. If one side removes the restrictions, then the other may already consider itself not obligated to fulfill the obligations assumed earlier," Baltinfo agency quotes the head of the Russian department with reference to Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

        Shoigu is handsome.
        1. old man54
          old man54 3 June 2013 01: 02 New
          0
          Yes, for a long time there were no such sane MOs in the Russian Federation! Hooray!
      2. Che
        Che 31 May 2013 18: 40 New
        0
        The main thing is that trained and competent warriors possess such weapons. It will be so, and not see the amers destruction of Syria as their ears.
  2. AlievMR
    AlievMR 30 May 2013 08: 10 New
    +3
    How hypocritical are they (the West)! am
    1. Drednout
      Drednout 30 May 2013 20: 09 New
      0
      Quote: AlievMR
      How hypocritical are they (the West)!

      Really!!! what Horrible!!! Always been so decent and here you go! crying
  3. mushtuc
    mushtuc 30 May 2013 08: 10 New
    +5
    The West has democracy only in words, but in reality there is only banditry. They all the time secretly supply the Syrian bandits with weapons. Now we decided to do it openly.
  4. sscha
    sscha 30 May 2013 08: 10 New
    +6
    Everything has already been said about Syria, everyone understands everything ...
    The question is different - where is the line after which Ge_ropa will understand at least something? !!!!
    God give them reason!
    Good day to all! hi
    1. Averias
      Averias 30 May 2013 08: 38 New
      +7
      Quote: sscha
      The question is different - where is the line after which Ge_ropa will understand at least something? !!!!


      Yes, they have no time, they stockpile, some with soap (someone cheaper), some with lubricants (someone more expensive). Their LGBT people bent, so they stock up, it’s one point, and there are so many who want it. So they have no time to think, they would have the "honor" to save their back. yes
    2. SASCHAmIXEEW
      SASCHAmIXEEW 30 May 2013 17: 35 New
      +3
      When England abandoned its Flag in the name of immigrants, it became clear to me that homosexuals (i.e. others) rule in Europe, they have a different mindset (they ... they’re a rod) .We will never understand each other with them ! NEVER!!!
  5. tttttt
    tttttt 30 May 2013 08: 15 New
    14
    It is a pity that McCain was not “accidentally” covered with aircraft or artillery fire so that he would not go where he didn’t need to. fool
    1. DEfindER
      DEfindER 30 May 2013 13: 34 New
      +1
      Quote: tttttt
      It is a pity that McCain was not “accidentally” covered with aircraft or artillery fire so that he would not go where he didn’t need to.

      Well, he miraculously survived in Vietnam, (they were almost cut off with his wigs) so he is lucky, he can walk under the bombs, he still won’t get :)
      1. SASCHAmIXEEW
        SASCHAmIXEEW 30 May 2013 17: 38 New
        +2
        As they say: Th ... not drowning ...
    2. Corneli
      Corneli 30 May 2013 20: 58 New
      +3
      Quote: tttttt
      It is a pity that McCain was not “accidentally” covered with aircraft or artillery fire so that he would not go where he didn’t need to. fool

      I doubt very much that he actually was in Syria (a ceiling for a couple of minutes at a checkpoint at the border). And well, I VERY strongly doubt that he organized almost a pre-conference in Syria with all the "leaders" of the rebels. And he and the “leaders”, in such a rosklad, would have to be whole coeds there (with crowds of guards each), and given that they are still being watched, as are clusters of militants, and Syria still has aircraft ... . that the conclusion about the star suggests itself
  6. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 30 May 2013 08: 21 New
    +5
    If the embargo is lifted, Assad will have to drop a dozen two or three “Points-U”. smile And along the way tanks and "Tornadoes"
    1. lewerlin53rus
      lewerlin53rus 30 May 2013 09: 08 New
      +6
      Quote: stock buildbat
      If the embargo is lifted

      And since when did the decisions of the European Union become binding on Russia?
      1. Reserve buildbat
        Reserve buildbat 30 May 2013 09: 54 New
        +5
        smile It is not a matter of the European Union, but of parity. smile As long as the embargo is in effect, our supplies will be regarded as "building up tension" and "fighting democracy." And after the lifting of the embargo, they are arming the militants, we are Assad. Parity. And militants Kirdyk-Babai to visit.
      2. DEfindER
        DEfindER 30 May 2013 13: 32 New
        0
        Quote: lewerlin53rus
        And since when did the decisions of the European Union become binding on Russia?

        Well, the UN seems to have introduced an embargo, so Russia does not have the right to enter into new contracts with Syria, but only the implementation of old
  7. polly
    polly 30 May 2013 08: 24 New
    +5
    It seems that there is more than one McCain got out of the pit, judging by the foreign policy of the “stronghold of democracy!” And Yar, a young and beautiful girl, is truly sorry ... She defended her homeland.
  8. wano67nikolay
    wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 08: 40 New
    -6
    I have serious doubts that Putin will help Assad sincerely and to the end. And there are doubts that he will still put him an S-300. He simply bargains for the West better conditions for himself, he will not go to a conflict with the West, he has two daughters in the West. Moreover, Israel will again ask Vladimir’s friend not to deliver missiles to Syria for the sake of centuries-old Russian-Israeli friendship. And that’s it.
    1. Young Putin
      Young Putin 30 May 2013 09: 18 New
      -1
      Quote: wano67nikolay
      he has both daughters in the West.

      they are handcuffed to a battery, yes? by the way, you are by no means Peskov, what do you know where Putin’s daughters are?
      1. wano67nikolay
        wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 12: 38 New
        -5
        I’m not Peskov, but everyone knows about Putin’s daughters, except for young Putin’s
  9. avant-garde
    avant-garde 30 May 2013 08: 45 New
    +3
    When will all this whore end? We got the United States and all of them bloody bloody am!!!
  10. redwar6
    redwar6 30 May 2013 09: 05 New
    +3
    Good morning! hi
    Good memory to the journalist and her colleagues.
    Nothing, they’ll catch up with the “education liberating terrorists” to the border, then we’ll see how the West will sing, the main thing is that they themselves wouldn’t try to enter there ..
  11. Young Putin
    Young Putin 30 May 2013 09: 16 New
    0
    whoever is against Putin is against Assad. It is impossible to be for Assad and against Putin at the same time. IMPOSSIBLE. This contradicts sound logic.
    I just read it, A terrible threat looms over Russia I will quote the main thing:

    At the same time, there are well-grounded assumptions that Qatar will soon try to enter European markets with natural pipeline gas. This circumstance may be the most devastating blow to the energy power of Russia. Due to the lower cost of Qatari gas, the entire system of gas supplies to Europe, built by Gazprom over the years, may collapse. And for this, Qatar does not need to completely squeeze it out of the European market. The appearance on it of even insignificant volumes at a lower price than that of Gazprom will force the Russian monopolist to lower the price tag and change the terms of contracts. However, unlike Qatar with its cheaper gas and modern production technologies, the possibilities of waging a price war with the Russian supplier are seriously limited.
    The fact that Qatar may try to enter the European market with pipeline gas is evidenced by the numerous assumptions of politicians and analysts linking recent events in Syria with the desire of Qatar and its influential allies to lay a pipeline to the Mediterranean Sea bypassing Iran. The latter, for political reasons, is the main limiter of the Qatari gas expansion in the world. In the event of an aggravation of the political situation in the region, it will not be difficult for Iran to block the gas pipelines passing through its territory and block the exit from the Strait of Hormuz, thereby completely stopping the Qatari LNG export.
    For this reason, Qatar is more than anyone else interested in a bypass pipe passing through Syria. In the current Syrian regime, maintaining friendly relations with Iran, this is impossible. This circumstance is in many ways one of the reasons for the ongoing conflict in this country.
    In the event of the fall of the Assad regime, Qatar will be able to bring the gas pipe to the Mediterranean Sea, and then to Europe. The consequences of this for Russia have already been discussed above. http://www.utro.ru/articles/2013/05/29/1121893.shtml

    nobody assassins except Putin (if not Putin then who?). Putin is the only politician in the country who can fight back on the political front of the planet. Putin will not be, Assad will disappear in a few days, like Gaddafi. Putin will be and sweep Assad through for some time, the gas-gas revenues will fall, at the same time your refrigerator will become scarce. It’s all interconnected. Think for yourself, decide for yourself. If you don’t like Putin, then your friends are America, Qatar and Europe, the logic is simple, it's like 2 + 2.
    1. wano67nikolay
      wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 09: 58 New
      +4
      Your logic, excuse me, for the fools. Putin must, Putin can and so on - this is all well-wishes. The question is whether Putin wants and whether Putin will save Assad? And why did Putin seriously annoy the West for his 13 years in power? Empty big words? Where is he doing? Destroyed 500 nuclear missiles, and replaced them with 50 new ones. Cool. I gave Damansk to China. Super. I can continue to list endlessly. Because the West and keeps Putin, scolding for order and fools. Putin is a traitor, the extortion of the freemason Sobchak. Unfortunately, the people of Russia have not yet been able to overcome it and put the real patriot at the head of state.
      1. Young Putin
        Young Putin 30 May 2013 11: 18 New
        0
        Quote: wano67nikolay
        Because the West and keeps Putin, scolding for order and fools. Putin is a traitor, the extortion of the freemason Sobchak.

        I'm glad that I’m a fool and we are more fools than you are “smart, creative, orderly citizens.” enter Russian Ivan the Fool always wins at the end of fairy tales, and the villains are surely defeated laughing tell me, how did it happen that Russian fools have 1/6 of the land, and all sorts of wise men are constantly trying to defeat us, but it doesn’t work out? Maybe all the same, the fools are smarter, but smart are dumber? wassat
        I am glad that Putin is a traitor, and we are genocide of Russian fools. I will always be for Putin as a Russian fool laughing Glory to the Russian fools laughing
        By the way, you can go to the Kremlin and arrest Putin laughing Well, go to the extremes to go to the police and file a complaint against Putin that he sawed 500 missiles laughing
        1. wano67nikolay
          wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 12: 29 New
          +1
          Empty demagoguery and not a single specific answer, brother Ivanushka. You leave the topic in "yourself stupid." I’m not talking about Russians and Russia, but specifically about Putin. Or are you for any power? If Gorbachev would be now, you would tell me how he fights with the West, reducing missiles and surrendering territories.
      2. Don
        Don 30 May 2013 13: 40 New
        +3
        Quote: wano67nikolay
        And why did Putin seriously annoy the West for his 13 years in power?

        It seems your logic is just for fools. And how should Putin annoy the West, and most importantly why? Can you tell us your inexplicable logic?
        Quote: wano67nikolay
        Destroyed 500 nuclear missiles, and replaced them with 50 new ones.

        What are you, what horror, and what? As of January 18, 2012, Russia had 391 deployed rocket launchers capable of delivering 1299 warheads. And how much do you need for parity?
        Quote: wano67nikolay
        I gave Damansk to China.

        You don’t know the story either, grind rubbish and write about fools. For your information:
        As a result of the Soviet-Chinese negotiations that began in the fall of 1969, an agreement was reached on the cessation of hostile actions and that the troops of the parties would remain in their positions, which at that time meant the actual transfer of the island to China. On May 19, 1991, the parties came to an agreement - the island finally came under the jurisdiction of the PRC. So what does Putin have to do with it?
        Quote: wano67nikolay
        I can continue to list endlessly. Because the West and keeps Putin, scolding for order and fools. Putin is a traitor, the extortion of the freemason Sobchak. Unfortunately, the people of Russia have not yet been able to overcome it and put the real patriot at the head of state.

        What can you tell there? Another nonsense and fairy tales sucked up with a finger and invented by critics like you. And all these stories about Masons, conspiracy theories are left for shkolota with an IQ below the baseboard.
        1. wano67nikolay
          wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 13: 48 New
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          A. The Jews are connected. I recognize the voices. I will not argue, it is useless. You know better in Tel Aviv. Although, here's an example for you: Thus, the reduction in the number of nuclear weapons in Russia continues quite intensively, and its rate is about 6% for six months. From 2005 to 2008, 337 ICBM / SLBMs and 119 launchers [7] [8] [9] [10] were utilized. Until 2020, it is planned to dispose of 399 ICBMs and SLBMs and 260 silos / SPUs, both from those already in storage and those that are supposed to be decommissioned [11] .http: //ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/
          1. rolik
            rolik 30 May 2013 15: 24 New
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            Quote: wano67nikolay
            O. Jews connected

            And you, excuse me, who will be the nation?
            Here is a short reference for your name.
            The names of Savvinsky, Savvin, Savinkov, Savinov, Savinovsky, Savinsky, Savinykh, Savitkin, Savitsky, Savich, Savichkin, Savkin, Savkov, Savochkin, . At first glance, Savateev and Satyev should have supplemented this series, but their source is the old rare Russian name Savvaty, the colloquial form of Savvatey (translated from Hebrew - “born on Saturday”).
            Now what about the Jews say?
            And here is my last name Zhdanov:
            The surname Zhdanov comes from the Russian non-church name Zhdan, which parents gave the long-awaited, desired son. Some Zhdanovs are descendants of Russian noble families. According to historical sources, some of them come from Aslan-Celebi-Murza, who left the horde to Grand Duke Dmitry Donskoy and was the ancestor of the Arsenyevs, Rtishchevs and others. His descendant in the 7th tribe, Dimitry Yakovlevich Kremenetsky, nicknamed Zhdan, was the ancestor of the Zhdanovs. His grandson Fyodor Mikhailovich Zhdanov received a patrimony for the Moscow siege seat (1615). The Zhdanov family was included in the VI part of the genealogy book of the Tula, Moscow and Kursk provinces (Herbovnik, V, 30). Another genus comes from a foreigner Zhdan Ivanov, who was granted estates in 1622 and entered into the VI part of the genealogy of the Nizhny Novgorod, Moscow and Kaluga provinces (Gerbovnik, IX, 47). Other genera of the Zhdanovs, a total of 28, were of a later origin.
            I have nothing to be ashamed of my Slavic pedigree. And I'm proud to be a Slav. Mom’s clan - indigenous Vologzhan. Daddy is the root pomors.
          2. Don
            Don 6 June 2013 10: 34 New
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            Quote: wano67nikolay
            A. The Jews are connected. I recognize the voices.

            Is everything normal with your head? Or flags do not distinguish?
            Quote: wano67nikolay
            Thus, reducing the number of nuclear weapons in Russia

            I repeat once again. Do you know what nuclear parity is? It seems not. To destroy 80% of the infrastructure of the United States, 50-100 pounds are needed. And you start up snot because of a certain amount, despite the fact that they were supposed to be written off under the agreement, just like the USA is gradually writing off its own. You do not want to notice the arrival of new SSBNs, the rearmament of the Strategic Missile Forces at Topol-M and Yarsy. And the revenues of the Mace and Sineva is not an increase in ICBMs?
      3. rolik
        rolik 30 May 2013 14: 45 New
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        Quote: wano67nikolay
        I gave Damansk to China. Super.

        Damansky Island was transferred to China in 1991. As I understand it, GDP had nothing to do with it. Now please explain who does not allow bombing Syria?
        1. wano67nikolay
          wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 14: 55 New
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          Damansky was handed over to China by Gorbachev on behalf of the USSR. Then the USSR collapsed and the border needed to be demarcated again. In 2004, Putin demarcated it, approving Gorbachev’s betrayal and adding his own, giving the Chinese 3 more islands. And he might not have claimed treason. And do not add new.
          About Syria. But isn’t they bombing her? Israel has already carried out three raids and killed about 500 Syrians.
          1. rolik
            rolik 30 May 2013 15: 15 New
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            Quote: wano67nikolay
            Damansky was handed over to China by Gorbachev on behalf of the USSR.

            In 1991, during the demarcation of the border, Damansky Island was transferred to China and became known as Zhenbao. On May 16, 1991, the USSR and the PRC signed an agreement on the demarcation of the border, according to which the Damansky and Kirkinsky Islands departed to China (entered into force on March 16 of the following year). ” And on the island is now open ... a museum of military glory of Chinese border guards. That's it.
            I repeat once again what does the GDP have to do with it? Yeltsin took office as president of Russia on July 10, 1991. And the agreement was signed by his predecessor, bastard, Gorbachev. And in 1996, Zyuganov cast his votes to EBN, please explain this fact. Explain why Zyuganov merged everyone who voted for him,
            1. s.cot
              s.cot 30 May 2013 16: 53 New
              +1
              What nonsense? Then Lebedev leaked his votes to EBNom.
              1. rolik
                rolik 30 May 2013 17: 12 New
                +6
                Quote: s.cot
                What kind of nonsense? Then Lebedev leaked his votes to EBNom

                Not Lebedev, but General Lebed. And Zyuganov too. Although in terms of exit polls he was in first place with such a margin that even Lebed’s voices would not help EBN - in any way. Ask, on occasion, at the party party meeting. I understand Papa Sue, making the right speech is one thing. To take power, and with it all responsibility for the country, is another. He chose the first option. That’s why after 96, I don’t vote for the current “Communists," but in essence repainted apparatchiks.
                1. rolik
                  rolik 30 May 2013 17: 41 New
                  +5
                  Quote: rolik
                  That’s why after 96, I don’t vote for the current “Communists," but in essence repainted apparatchiks.

                  I was born and raised in a country called the USSR. At this time, the country was led by a party led by Leonid Ilyich. Current osomosechennye liberalists, call this time stagnation. I call that time - the time of stability. Everyone could plan their future, because there was confidence in the future. It was possible to travel south every year, and after the trip there was still money left. The guys studying at the VTUZ flew for the weekend to St. Petersburg to drink beer. Such a time will never be in the very form in which it was then. Of course, back then there were flaws, and where they do not exist. There is no perfect state except Utopia. And now I see that progress has begun in my country for the better, after the orgy of the 90s. Many will again scream that they have baked all the polymers; for such critics I want to give one site. There are no pathos and unsubstantiated articles, there are some facts. And the facts, the thing is very stubborn and persistent. This site, go and get acquainted with the content http://sdelanounas.ru/blogs/ And if a person does not see the difference between today and the 90s, he is either a nerd or is working out the money of our "sworn friends". One thing I would very much like right now, to return the highest measure of social protection for all geeks. Tired of a liberal and tolerant attitude towards all creatures, which are mistakenly called people.
    2. baltika-18
      baltika-18 30 May 2013 12: 58 New
      +3
      Quote: Young Putin
      whoever is against Putin is against Assad. It is impossible to be for Assad and against Putin at the same time.

      Somewhere I already heard it .....
      John three volts in a new guise?
      1. wano67nikolay
        wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 13: 11 New
        +1
        Well, I am for Assad and against Putin. It turns out you can think so. There is no need to make such peremptory statements of "either-or."
  12. crasever
    crasever 30 May 2013 09: 20 New
    +8
    McCain didn’t get caught, but the Syrian military destroyed a foreign intelligence group, which included a US citizen and a British citizen, and before that, French special forces came to begging to consider them prisoners of war (and when only France had time to declare war on Syria?!) ...
    1. rolik
      rolik 30 May 2013 14: 50 New
      +3
      Quote: crasever
      McCain didn't get caught

      Yes, this paranoid omitted by the Vietnamese was not allowed close to the border. More precisely, he himself didn’t go, without reaching 100 kilometers to the border, erupted in a dull and formidable speech, and went off to his house in front of his elderly fans.
  13. Shadowcat
    Shadowcat 30 May 2013 10: 10 New
    +5
    The most disgusting thing is that the UN at the moment looks no better than the League of Nations on the eve of the war in the 41st.
    There appeared materials (which are confirmed by everyone and are a fact) about the supply of weapons and the support of the terrorists from the high powers, then everything from the stage, ugh from the Security Council, and downgraded to an ordinary member without the right to vote. So no, the simple talking room turns out.
    1. rolik
      rolik 30 May 2013 15: 49 New
      +5
      Quote: ShadowCat
      The most disgusting thing is that the UN at the moment looks no better than the League of Nations on the eve of the war in the 41st.

      The UN has exhausted and completely discredited itself. I think soon another organization will be created to replace him. And I would very much like the three main BRICS countries to become its backbone.
      1. Shadowcat
        Shadowcat 1 June 2013 19: 47 New
        +1
        I’m afraid that the third world war should end, so that, in the 43rd in Tehran, a similarity was organized in which the winners discussed peace issues (oh, how does this sound two-digit) ... And so ... what the hell does it seem to exist, but it doesn’t work? And it brings such a profit ... compared to the UN, it’s not like in the Russian Federation, in the Pentagon there is no corruption!
  14. igordok
    igordok 30 May 2013 10: 14 New
    +4
    They recently tweeted about chemical weapons. It turned out that the Syrian rebels are so severe that they only have watery eyes from ZARIN. The French correspondent who talks about this is clearly not familiar with such a subject of Soviet schools as NVP.
  15. wano67nikolay
    wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 10: 14 New
    +3
    The UN is the modern league of nations and time is now also on the eve of the war. It remains to exclude Russia from the UN, as the USSR from the League of Nations and all. Perhaps we will see it.
  16. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 30 May 2013 11: 18 New
    +9
    I can see Senator McCain climbing over the wall on the Turkish-Syrian border in an Arabian dress and with a Syrian passport in the name of Djibrail ibn Mccainbashi and rushing from cover to cover disappearing into the night on a dark night! I won’t be surprised if he still tells how he strangled himself 12346 Syrian soldiers and blew up the fuel and lubricants depot on the way back. He would have reached Assad, but alas, a debt covenant him on the podium in the US Senate. bully In the meantime, the valiant senator rummages around the rear of the Syrian army, Russia should have pursued its policy more actively, enough with these lovers of same-sex love from the Geyropean Union to engage in empty chatter!
  17. Mr.M
    Mr.M 30 May 2013 11: 40 New
    +4
    Alas, one does not have to expect another from the USA-EU-UN.

    In fact, not far off the sunset of Europe itself - Fin. the crisis, "tolerance and liberalism", the growing number of Muslims - these are just the first "bells and whistles". Arms with them in due time and the supply of weapons, and support "opposition"(read the terrorists). I am truly sorry in this situation for a population that gulps grief over the vague ambitions of its own leaders.

    We wish Assad success and the same firm unwaveringness and reasonable consistency in the right cause of protecting the integrity and stability of Syria.
    1. wano67nikolay
      wano67nikolay 30 May 2013 13: 27 New
      +3
      But I, in general, do not regret the population of Europe. It deserves everything that awaits him. For their sins and the sins of the fathers and grandfathers will pay. To balance good and evil. We are also paying for something. For example, because they believed Gorbachev, then Yeltsin, then Putin and allowed themselves to be robbed, and to destroy their country.
  18. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 30 May 2013 11: 56 New
    +7
    Yar sorry, real hero and patriot. Elena, thanks for the next report hi Assad-speedy victory. Qatar and the United States - a great balalaika.
    1. Che
      Che 31 May 2013 18: 53 New
      0
      They kill women, children, the elderly, guzzle a man. In a word - nonhumans. To provide such assistance is criminal.
  19. Pharao7766
    Pharao7766 30 May 2013 12: 56 New
    +3
    It was necessary to slap this old senile "accidentally" so that it wasn’t bad ...
    Looks like in the Vietnam captivity wink
  20. Dima190579
    Dima190579 30 May 2013 13: 14 New
    +5
    What is there to add!
  21. Vtel
    Vtel 30 May 2013 14: 36 New
    +2
    On May 27, Yara Abbas was killed in the Ad-Dabaa airfield area near the city of Al-Kseir.

    Kingdom of heaven to her! If the Syrian people have such youth, then by kosher they will not crush Syria, no matter how hard they try. I won’t speak for the top, and our Russian people with the Syrian are brothers!
  22. UzRus
    UzRus 30 May 2013 15: 12 New
    +3
    The bright memory of the brave girl Yare! There is nothing to add about Lenta.ru ... McCain was unlikely to enter Syria, a malacholous hero ...
  23. old man54
    old man54 3 June 2013 01: 33 New
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    Lena, thanks for the excellent article, you "+"! Reading a lot is painful, watching videos from there is even more painful !!: ((
    Yar is very sorry, and any other woman dying in the war is a pity, not to pass! It’s not feminine, to run under bullets, this is a man’s share! Women need to be at home, give birth to children and a husband from the battlefield honestly wait! But today it’s so ... wrong!
    if McKayen was really in Syria, it’s a little pity that he didn’t get hit by the “hail” there, for example, I would understand how much, the bastard is old! but we must give him his due - a stubborn bastard, the sand is already pouring, but he can’t calm down in any way, he won’t play enough of the Indians! But ... he will correct the hunchback grave, and this is his case.