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Syria: all mixed up in the Oblonsky house

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Who is fighting against whom in Syria? Are the militants, supporters of "democratic transformations" and foreign mercenaries bought by Turkey, Saudis, Qatar and America pursuing one or different goals? Why does the National Coalition of opposition and revolutionary forces, previously recognized by the West and the monarchies of the Gulf as the sole representative of the power of the Syrian people, change their leaders as gloves and do not enjoy prestige among many groups that want to overthrow Assad? Why does the Free Syrian Army mortally conflict with other radical Islamists - despite the fact that brigades of other radicals are fighting in its ranks? Why, finally, the experts counted in Syria as much as a thousand of the most diverse detachments and unions, fighting roughly according to the principle of Porthos: “I fight because I fight”? Who actually helps the United States in this case? The task of this short review is to try to answer those questions that the State Department does not like to ask themselves.


Syria: all mixed up in the Oblonsky house


The national coalition of opposition and revolutionary forces of Syria is another appointment. A certain "moderate Islamist" has been appointed to the post of "interim prime minister".

As the "Russian newspaper" With reference to Interfax, 48-year-old Ahmad Tume was elected the “interim prime minister” of Syria. Voting on this issue took place, of course, not in Syria, but in Turkey. The candidacy was supported by 75 of the coalition representatives 97.

Tume is a native of the eastern Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor. At home, he was in prison for anti-government activities.

While some - the appointment, the other - death.

As recently passed a correspondent. ITAR-TASS Dmitry Zelenin, the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group Abu Abdullah al-Libiy was killed in the Syrian province of Idlib.

According to the Al-Mayadin TV station, the boss was attacked in the city of Dana. There is also other information: al-Libia was found shot dead in a burned car near the Bab El Khawa border crossing point on the border with Turkey.

The Syrian free army, which is now fighting in those places is no longer against Assad, but against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, confirmed the death of the leader of the terrorists, but did not take responsibility.

Arab expert Mohsen Saleh noted in this connection that the conflict between the rebels does not carry “ideological overtones”: after all, entire brigades of Islamists are fighting in the SSA: “Tawhid”, “Ahfad Al-Rasul”, “Ahrar”, “Liva al-Islam " and etc.

Comrade Saleh pointed to the root cause of the conflict - economic: “Militants wrestle border crossings and roadblocks from each other to control the flow of weapons and humanitarian aid. " In Deir ez-Zor and on the border with Iraq, they also fight for oil wells and cisterns.

Thus, we note, "rebel" local policy is clearly expressed through the economy. Through the war for resources, money and a banal grub. Anyone who does not want to work, is ready to fight and take resources by force.

Earlier in the media wrote that in Syria against Bashar al-Assad is fighting up to a thousand (!) Of various groups, of which more than half adheres to, to put it mildly, radical views. These wild groups are fighting not against the “regime” (this goal is voiced, but it is formal and serves as a “smoke screen” for a gullible world community and an even more gullible press), but for its own power and influence. Well, for the money, of course. For the diversity of these economic warriors complement those who truly believe in the world Sharia.

Here are some figures relating to tens of thousands of bearded men - the very ones who, in the opinion of the US State Department, are building a new brave world in Syria.

The number of fighters fighting in Syria against Bashar Assad is about 100 thousands. About half of them are radical Islamists. The information about this is given by The Telegraph, citing the report of IHS Jane’s research center, "Lenta.ru".

Around 10, thousands of people are members of the most radical groups of jihadists, the most influential of whom are the Al Nusra Front and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

From 30 to 35, thousands of people are fighters who share the ideology of Islamic fundamentalism, but are focused on promoting his ideas within Syria rather than international struggle.

About 30 thousands belong to the moderate Islamist groups.

And only a relatively small part of the rebels (25-30 thousand) refers to the so-called secular opposition.

At the same time, Assad's opponents are divided. More than a thousand groups are fighting against the government.

According to "RG" with reference to the RIA "News", Study author Charles Lister said:" In the illegal armed groups dominated by groups that at least share the ideas of the Islamists in this conflict. The idea that this conflict is driven by secular opposition groups is not justified. ”

However, Comrade Lister made no special discovery. The fact is that the militants themselves, despite regular calls from the State Department to consolidate, constantly declare quarrels.

Recently, major opposition groups in Syria have once again publicly announced that they do not recognize the National Coalition of the Syrian opposition and the revolutionary forces, reports RIA News" with reference to France Press.

A total of thirteen insurgent groups have declared that they do not recognize opposition groups based in other countries, and NKORS among them. "The national coalition and the proposed government of the newly elected Ahmad Tume does not represent us, and we do not recognize it," the agency cites unnamed groupings.

Anna Dymova ("ANNA News") September 25 answered the readers' question about which groups in Syria belong to whom, who obey, what goals they pursue and why they cannot agree with each other.

In her opinion, the so-called opposition is a motley public with very different (sometimes opposite) goals. Today, having seized upon the authorities in the regions of Syria, these “oppositionists” are engaged in civil strife.

The author identifies two main camps: 1) radical Wahhabi Islamists supported by Saudi Arabia; 2) SSA fighters who are patronized by Qatar and Turkey. Subdivisions of the SSA mainly consist of allegedly “moderate”, that is, “Muslim Brotherhood”. The "brothers" were banned in Syria. At present, they are easily transferred to the camp of the radicals - for example, this is the case in the province of Racca and other northern areas.

“The Justice and Development Party, which is in power in Turkey, which is the same party of the Muslim Brotherhood, who replaced the signboard because of the ban imposed on them in their own country, and Qatar continue with fanaticism to support the idea of ​​creating in Syria the state where the power will belong to the same political force of the "moderate" Islamist sense. "


A. Dymova points out that those Wahhabis sponsored by Saudi Arabia (“The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” and “Dzhebhat al-Nusra”) were previously united with the SSA to overthrow the Syrian government. However, now in the territories seized by these Wahhabis, chaos reigns: there, the expert notes, “everyone who wants to be confirmed in power is not lazy, or rather, everyone who feels stronger, despite the ideology and instructions of patrons and sponsors ...” As a result detachments of the so-called "moderate Islamists" from the SSA are increasingly dissolving into powerful groups representing Al-Qaida.

Of course, such disunity, conflict and the apparent radicalism of the Syrian “opposition” do not prevent the United States from promoting a vague ideology in Syria under the guise of human rights and various freedoms of this same person. Washington cannot give up all its previous statements: “Assad must leave,” “red line,” “values ​​of democracy,” and so on, and so on. To refuse is to admit your mistakes and sign at least short-sightedness and incompetence.

Not wanting to expose themselves to ridicule, especially after timely Russian initiatives on the Syrian chemical weapons, the American president, speaking at a session of the UN General Assembly, spoke about looking at the Syrian problem. Sometimes it seemed that it was not he who spoke, but the former Mrs. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — his learned messages sounded so monotonous and predictable. The words of the President of the United States quoted "Voice of Russia".

"There is more than enough evidence that the Assad regime used this weapon (chemical) 21 of August," Obama said, calling on the UN Security Council to adopt a tough resolution on Syria: "There must be a tough Security Council resolution to confirm that the Assad regime complies with its obligations ".

Developing the topic of "stiffness", Barack Obama stressed that the United States is ready to use military force to protect its interests in the Middle East and North Africa: "The United States is ready to use all elements of our capabilities, including military force, to ensure our key interests in the region" .

As for the recent dispute about the “exclusivity” of Americans, to which the Russian president skillfully pushed the US president, Obama here, having no other options, continued to persevere: “Some may disagree, but I believe that America is exceptional ". The president explained the exclusivity by saying that the US cares not only about its own interests, but also about the interests of all.

True, these interests of "all", it should be noted, on closer examination turned out to be ... US interests. Obama could not even hide it. Actually, I did not try.

Mr. Obama immediately admitted that America puts its own interests first, including in the Middle East and North Africa.

To the head of the White House, we’ll add on our own, there is an urgent need to change one of two things: either foreign policy, or a speech writer who is interested in unexpected interchanges - almost like in thriller novels. Theses, which without any stretch can be called double standards, began to appear in the speeches of the American president in the next paragraphs.

These are words. As for deeds, America’s words do not diverge. They promised earlier to supply "non-lethal funds" of the Syrian opposition - they supplied, and more than once. They promised to give money through the State Department - they gave, each time in tens of millions, which several times the head of the department Mr. Kerry, a former Vietnamese soldier, and subsequently an active peacemaker proudly declared. Not long ago, the White House promised to start supplying weapons to the Syrian fighters for democracy - today it is being implemented.

12 September Corr. RIA News" Alexei Bogdanovsky reported that the United States began to supply the opposition in Syria with weapons purchased and prepared by the CIA. This was reported by the channel "CNN" with reference to an unnamed high-ranking representative of the US administration. Similar information published and the newspaper «Washington Post».

Information on arms shipments appeared in the press a day after Barack Obama put off a military strike on Syria, the reason for which was Russia's peaceful initiatives. At the same time, the United States made it clear that they will continue to support the armed opposition.

It seems that the United States, playing in the region along with the monarchies of the Gulf, pursues the goal of arranging unprecedented chaos in the Middle East, caused by the mass scrambling struggle - approximately in the spirit of Hollywood films about Mad Max. Then the puppeteers, deviating from the Hollywood scenario, expect to sit on local thrones of loyal puppets, cling to resources, and throw the Qatari gas pipeline through Syria. However, can the United States succeed in such a complex “mission” that promises a whole geopolitical coup in the world? After all, the protracted American "operations" in Afghanistan and Iraq were not crowned with success, and the Libyan история - with its unrest and Cyrenaica, who wants to secede, is at least far from complete. In the countries of the "Arab Spring" - also chaos or unrest, take any state for example, even Tunisia, even Egypt. “Mad Max” America turns out, but more ...

Only one goal of the American aggressor is clearly visible: to saturate your military-industrial complex with orders. Incidentally, this is consonant with Obama’s vigorous public reports about creating jobs in the US, overcoming the crisis, and so on. Hence the reluctance of the US administration to stop military "help" to Egypt, and talk of a large American contingent in Afghanistan bases are being built and repaired, and the announcement of the supply of weapons to Syrian "rebels", and persistent talk about chemical weapons, allegedly used by the Assad troops. Conversations can ultimately lead to launches of the Tomahawks, and each Tomahawk is no less than a million dollars in the pocket of the weapon barons. Will civilians die, will the children die? .. Military industrialists, who loom in a cohesive crowd behind the backs of Obama’s honey brewer and congressmen like the McCain gambler, always didn't care about the consequences. To whom the war, and to whom - mother is native!

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  1. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 30 September 2013 08: 56 New
    10
    It will be difficult for Assad to be against this whole bunch of scum from around the world gathered .. (while the states and Saud will supply and arm the bearded ..) the war will last a long time .. And it’s not enough to cross the borders of forces and means .. alas
    1. svp67
      svp67 30 September 2013 09: 03 New
      +8
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Hard Assad will be against all this heap of scum
      But while they’re a bunch, Assad’s chances to defeat them are very high, it will be much worse if they can unite in some way ...
      1. Canep
        Canep 30 September 2013 09: 47 New
        10
        It is enough to set one group against another and wait until they themselves kill each other. And it is natural to prevent the spread of this anarchy over a large territory.
        1. Fin
          Fin 30 September 2013 10: 44 New
          +6
          In every country there are scumbags, outcasts and just plain dumb little-educated members of society. All of them are united under various beautiful slogans and sent to earn money for their spiritual leaders. War is work for them.
          The driving force is money. It is necessary to block the supply channels of the dough and they themselves will run away forgetting about jihad.
        2. AVV
          AVV 30 September 2013 11: 28 New
          +2
          The longer the process of confrontation drags on, the greater material losses America incurs to maintain the naval group in this area !!! And without a massive attack on Assad, the group cannot be defeated, even with arms support from America and the Persian Gulf countries !!!
          1. 31231
            31231 30 September 2013 12: 26 New
            +2
            The funniest thing is that rebels with the money of Syria's “friends” begin to knead each other. Assad just needs to hold their positions and wait. And there you look and the stream of radical meat will dry up.
            1. DEfindER
              DEfindER 30 September 2013 14: 14 New
              +2
              Quote: 31231
              The funniest thing is that rebels with the money of Syria's “friends” begin to knead each other.

              I am sure that the special services of Syria, acting undercover among bandits, did this ...
          2. DEfindER
            DEfindER 30 September 2013 14: 09 New
            +1
            Quote: AVV
            ! And without a massive attack on Assad, groups cannot be defeated, even with arms support from America and the Gulf countries !!!

            Well, I wouldn’t be so sure that any war costs money, and Assad is not cheap, but I think you can’t even compare the budgets of Syria and everyone who opposes it .. Sooner or later, the Army may end up with supplies, and with scumbags with everything, OK. They correctly said that it is necessary to block the flow of dough, otherwise this loot will sooner or later destroy Syria to the foundation ..
            1. alone
              alone 30 September 2013 21: 28 New
              +1
              the war has been going on in the country for 2,5 years. And most of it is in ruins. The budget is sorely lacking and the Assad is fighting at the expense of Iranian loans.
          3. alone
            alone 30 September 2013 21: 26 New
            0
            Quote: AVV
            America incurs large material losses on the maintenance of the maritime group in the area !!


            Do you think Russia is losing less from this? You also have a weak squadron there
        3. Igor39
          Igor39 30 September 2013 15: 50 New
          +1
          Bleed and shoot, shoot, shoot, in paradise they are better for anyone.
      2. olviko
        olviko 30 September 2013 12: 55 New
        +1
        I agree that under such conditions a clever policy would be very useful, from the category of "divide and conquer."
      3. i_vam_ne_hvoratj
        i_vam_ne_hvoratj 30 September 2013 15: 00 New
        +3
        I doubt it, however ... the Syrians are a great nation, with ancient traditions, an ancient culture ... 100 thousand oppositionists - the number is impressive. But, the main thing that unites them is two points. "The rifle makes it free!" This is not about them ... This is about Barbudos ... Here is the full-time option - if you have a trunk, then you turn from a loafer and a parasite into a respected person. In order to maintain the appearance of unity, this likeness of people must be constantly thrown into the feeding trough. Then they will pretend to be unity: "Ponytails crocheted, stigmas a patch ... We are sitting on benches, eating from the pelvis." As long as the Saudis, Qatars and their older brother lay the balance in the pelvis, I will outlive mentally. But, when my compatriots put it on the chupa-chupsu, then this is too much. It’s just that lately there have been two significant calls: we were allowed to supply weapons to the new Libya and we, unfortunately, are proud of this. And one moment. Over the past year, a representative delegation of the Persian Gulf countries has sailed around the expanses of Russia and Southeast Asia. (Had happiness.) They all looked, flushed with a hookah and decided that it was time to invest in the transport infrastructure of the Russian Federation (you can analyze its condition yourself. And you are all able to understand what percentage of investments will be really used.) NOW QUESTION ??? WHAT DOES HAPPINESS FOR US ???
    2. Sandov
      Sandov 30 September 2013 10: 15 New
      +3
      Here are some figures relating to tens of thousands of bearded men - the very ones who, in the opinion of the US State Department, are building a new brave world in Syria.

      wassat Truly a WONDERFUL WORLD is created with the active participation of amers with puppets with the help of lifes with BV.
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 30 September 2013 10: 45 New
        +3
        Quote: Sandov
        Truly a WONDERFUL WORLD is created with the active participation of amers with puppets with the help of lifes with BV.

        Another proof that the United States uses the methods of the terrorists themselves to achieve their goal!
    3. eplewke
      eplewke 30 September 2013 10: 51 New
      +2
      It will be difficult for him, it will be difficult, but he must win! Assad’s army is no longer a bastard either. Scooped up over 2 years of fighting then. They would still have to work with aviation and the thing is in the hat. I think even with Western deliveries of arms to the Islamists, it remains for them to live a year, maybe less. I think Syria will deal with rats ...
      1. alone
        alone 30 September 2013 21: 29 New
        0
        Quote: eplewke
        Assad’s army is no longer a bastard either.


        and why is she not shaky? Can you justify what was said?
    4. Heccrbq .2
      Heccrbq .2 30 September 2013 15: 25 New
      +1
      Nothing, our BDKs regularly go there with spare parts, ammunition, medicines and other necessary things.
  2. Parabelum
    Parabelum 30 September 2013 08: 59 New
    +3
    That's really interesting, they are doing something, the special services are for rocking and escalating the furnishings in those UAE and Qatar. And then they feel too comfortable.
    1. a52333
      a52333 30 September 2013 09: 08 New
      +1
      Here is the AHA straight to 100%. Yesterday it was necessary. And there are all the prerequisites. Especially with the Saudis, so there you can poison Yemen.
    2. Revolver
      Revolver 30 September 2013 09: 25 New
      +5
      Quote: Parabelum
      for rocking and pumping furnishings in those UAE and Qatar
      And who is there to rock? An oppressed majority, or even a minority, is not there. Citizens there, even without working, live well because the rulers share with them a small fraction of oil and gas revenues. Foreigners plowing there, but you won’t shake these, they have the task of earning money and returning to their home with money for a business home-marriage, and just a little shy - they will close the visa and send it back to their India-Bangladesh-Pakistan, to unemployment and poverty.
      1. The comment was deleted.
      2. eplewke
        eplewke 30 September 2013 10: 55 New
        +1
        I agree with you completely. But there are such sections of the population in Arabia who do not directly agree with the policy of their monarch, whose monopoly on oil and gas revenues infuriates everyone in a row ... But these people are brutally suppressed. Execution or prison without trial. The State Department advocates for Assad’s "bloodyness" ... When the opposition spread rot in Arabia in packs ...
      3. 31231
        31231 30 September 2013 12: 37 New
        +1
        Maybe tell me how much Saudi oil is extracted per person ?! And what percentage of the money goes to Exxonmobiles and Chevrons ?! And then the population is five times smaller than the Russian, and oil production more. This dooo, a highly developed country.
      4. Far East
        Far East 30 September 2013 12: 53 New
        +1
        Dear, Nagan, if it does not complicate you, skinte some sort of American link like our top war pliz! hi I want to read! Regards, Thank you!
        1. Revolver
          Revolver 30 September 2013 18: 50 New
          +1
          Quote: Far East
          american link like our top var

          Honestly I do not know. Itself would go to Google if such infa were required. So I’d be glad to help, but alas, nothing.
          1. Far East
            Far East 1 October 2013 10: 36 New
            0
            Quote: Nagan
            So I’d be glad to help, but alas, nothing.

            and thank you very much for that! hi
    3. 31231
      31231 30 September 2013 12: 30 New
      +2
      And where does the UAE? You can distinguish Saudi Arabia from the Emirates ?! Or do you like some Americans that Chechnya is the Czech Republic ?!
      1. Arabist
        Arabist 30 September 2013 12: 37 New
        +1
        Sergey, why are you surprised? Stereotype on a stereotype. I’m starting to get used to the fact that they don’t write it here.
        1. 31231
          31231 30 September 2013 13: 13 New
          +1
          Yes, there’s nothing shameful of course. It smiles at me that these same people laugh when Mackintosh considers us to be Communists and Sarah Palin offers to burn the Czech Republic for Tsarnaev.
  3. RussianRu
    RussianRu 30 September 2013 09: 00 New
    +5
    How familiar we are. One has only to introduce perestroika, transparency, democracy in the country.
    There comes the porch.
    http://www.perspektivy.info/book/sirijskij_krizis_i_arabskaja_vesna_2012-03-01.h
    tm
    1. Sandov
      Sandov 30 September 2013 10: 17 New
      +4
      Quote: Russian
      How familiar we are. One has only to introduce perestroika, transparency, democracy in the country.
      There comes the porch.
      http://www.perspektivy.info/book/sirijskij_krizis_i_arabskaja_vesna_2012-03-01.h

      tm


      Yes, liberals are now worse than the Nazis. How everything is changing in this world.
  4. serge-68-68
    serge-68-68 30 September 2013 09: 05 New
    -3
    B. Obama disappointed me. I was disappointed ... The chaos in Syria was formed as a result of its slurred policy, especially slurred against the background of a clearly worked out policy of V. Putin.
    Having said “A” (having formed a “democratic” opposition), Obama was obliged to say “B” (to position the United States as a real player in Syria and begin to build up assistance to this opposition until its complete victory). And almost all interested persons were waiting for this. And he, having chewed some snot for several days, finally faded away. Having “blown away”, B. Obama exacerbated the chaos in Syria, but gave its leadership an additional chance of victory. I was disappointed with Obama. Disappointed ... In a good way. :)
  5. aszzz888
    aszzz888 30 September 2013 09: 38 New
    +2
    Only one goal of the American aggressor is clearly visible: to saturate your military-industrial complex with orders. This, by the way, is in tune with Obama's peppy public reports about creating jobs in the United States, overcoming the crisis, etc.

    Yes, to "lower" in the course of the war, desirable for the mericatos, the expired, old, not currently needed weapons, and to attract from the magnates the NEW orders of their military-industrial complex.
  6. morpogr
    morpogr 30 September 2013 09: 49 New
    +3
    Assad needs to seize the moment and further fragment this opposition, so to speak, the more they get drawn into the conflict among themselves, the more chances there are to quickly destroy these bearded democrats.
  7. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 30 September 2013 10: 00 New
    +3
    Quote: svp67
    Quote: MIKHAN
    Hard Assad will be against all this heap of scum
    But while they’re a bunch, Assad’s chances to defeat them are very high, it will be much worse if they can unite in some way ...

    So it’s like that ... They only destroy the others, the borders are open, they finance them well and arm them .. they’re processed like zombies! Remember Chechnya .. until the ringleaders were killed and the most important thing was that they didn’t begin to guard the borders (well, special services Of course, they worked hard) so the war would have gone .. (now, of course, they are also blowing up explosions but not on such a scale when weapons and money flowed to the Caucasus .. from abroad ..)
  8. Mom
    Mom 30 September 2013 10: 08 New
    +3
    For some reason, it seems to me that the so-called "controlled chaos" is in fact not very manageable. The states, as always, think that everything is developing according to their plan, as in Afghanistan, Libya, and Iraq. In my opinion, special services of the states also earn good money by hanging "noodles" to the government of s. In pursuit of resources, not sparing their green papers, all these US leaders do not fully understand the real consequences of these fires, skillfully fired up by Ovsk scouts.
  9. smiths xnumx
    smiths xnumx 30 September 2013 10: 08 New
    +6
    Somehow like this...
  10. Alekseir162
    Alekseir162 30 September 2013 10: 15 New
    +2
    Only one goal of the American aggressor is clearly visible: to saturate your military-industrial complex with orders.

    That’s exactly, as they say: “To whom is war, and to whom is mother dear!”
    1. Sandov
      Sandov 30 September 2013 10: 30 New
      +8
      Amer’s democracy has gone crazy. Nobody should take an example from her; they took all the most disgusting from the Nazis.
      1. Lyokhin63
        Lyokhin63 30 September 2013 11: 02 New
        +5
        It seems to me that it was the Nazis who took all the most disgusting of American democracy. If we recall the destruction of the Indians and slavery in the southern states.
  11. smersh70
    smersh70 30 September 2013 10: 23 New
    +3
    The Justice and Development Party, which is in power in Turkey, which is the same party of the Muslim Brotherhood, which changed the sign due to the ban,

    .. well, I do not agree with these! .. they are more called followers of Nurchular .. the so-called enlightened Islam .... but not secular ....
  12. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 30 September 2013 10: 24 New
    +3
    Against the people of Syria and Assad, a military INTERVENTION is directly organized, just as during the civilian war in Russia, bandits from all sides of different stripes, mercenaries, either from the US or from the Islamists. Poor people, every day do not know who will bomb and kill them. Enemies, like cockroaches climb out of all the "cracks".
  13. RUSS
    RUSS 30 September 2013 10: 42 New
    +3
    It’s Kenya’s turn, China recently signed a number of packages for oil production with Kenyans, etc., the amers will try to exclude China from Africa, and, on their own terms, take mineral resources. From the beginning they will destabilize the region, and then at the first opportunity they will replace the government.
    1. DEfindER
      DEfindER 30 September 2013 14: 34 New
      +3
      Quote: RUSS
      Kenya is next in turn, China recently signed a number of oil production packages with Kenyans

      It’s a really strange coincidence, as soon as China increased its cooperation with Kenya, the terrorist attack in Nairobi immediately, as if someone were giving an alcide command to Fas ..
  14. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 30 September 2013 10: 46 New
    +2
    Quote: Mom
    For some reason, it seems to me that the so-called "controlled chaos" is in fact not very manageable. The states, as always, think that everything is developing according to their plan, as in Afghanistan, Libya, and Iraq. In my opinion, special services of the states also earn good money by hanging "noodles" to the government of s. In pursuit of resources, not sparing their green papers, all these US leaders do not fully understand the real consequences of these fires, skillfully fired up by Ovsk scouts.

    Amers protect their continent .. (it’s quiet and calm) and in the Old World you can rob with impunity .. put all of us with their military bases in financial bondage and drove the brains of technology resources .. Soon we’ll arrange a third world and then resources on their continent inexhaustible flow will flow again .. (all your debts will be written off and still fabulously welded ..) the scheme is known .. Here Russia is sitting like a bone in their throat! We are the only country that stands across from their plans (because we can destroy them just by itself ... and they know that we will do it ... if they become impudent at the end!)
  15. albai
    albai 30 September 2013 10: 48 New
    +3
    In the light of today's events, Assad needs to be given more freedom to command the special forces. That is, owning undivided dominance from the air, to land tactical sabotage groups in the areas of deployment of leaders of large and small gangs. And point to destroy the entire top. And just to create such an environment that to be the leader is to be killed, without control the whole gang will simply crumble and immediately carry out a CTO, with the goal of destroying the gang members. This will interrupt all ties closed to the leaders and will be worn just a handful of demoralized bandits. Well, the main troops should simply tightly lock the cleared areas.
  16. Nomad
    Nomad 30 September 2013 10: 48 New
    +2
    If you believe this article, the masks are reset http://www.centrasia.ru/news.php?st=1380520080
    D. Minin: A critical turn in the Syrian war - the opposition passes under the full control of al-Qaeda
  17. Agent 008
    Agent 008 30 September 2013 11: 36 New
    +3
    Yesterday, in one article, I read that the militants do not like to wash, because it turns out that LICE is in high esteem! Ugh! Bearded "beards" in his repertoire ...
    1. alone
      alone 30 September 2013 21: 33 New
      +1
      any Muslim before praying to God must have ablution. and this is done 5 times a day. without ablution, prayer is considered haraam (that is, not counted) .so don’t believe the sites. and even an unscrupulous Muslim is no longer considered a Muslim.
  18. George
    George 30 September 2013 12: 14 New
    +1
    In her opinion, the so-called opposition is a motley public with very different (sometimes opposite) goals. Today, having seized upon the authorities in the regions of Syria, these “oppositionists” are engaged in civil strife.

    It seems that the bearded share the skin of an unkilled lion. Anarchy.
    May God grant strength to Assad to survive!
  19. vahatak
    vahatak 30 September 2013 13: 35 New
    +1
    In a protracted civil war, the winner is the one who receives the loyalty of the population, and for this it is necessary to be understandable and predictable. This is precisely the advantage of Assad. They know him, they know what to expect from him, and the militants have 1000 people, the future is uncertain with them, so they will lose the support of the local population every day.
  20. faraon
    faraon 30 September 2013 15: 09 New
    +2
    After reading the article and materials on Syria, I was even more convinced that America started this whole booth, while pursuing its own goals. Democracy did not stink or even smell here. Pay attention to the actions of the USA Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, all these revolutions that they started in the Middle East region. With the above countries, they turned out to be a bummer, and now the turn came to Syria. Here, learning from the mistakes of the past, formed public opinion, created opposition to the legally elected government. And turned on this diabolical meat grinder.
    The article clearly spells out what percentage of all secular opposition is only 25-30 people, and the rest are gangs. That is, if the Syrian conflict turns to history one-on-one repeats the civil war in Russia.
    1) Syria during this war, is weakening economically, this is the future investment of the United States (read bondage for many years)
    2) the country falls under direct American influence, (the puppet government that will replace Assad will carry out pro-American politics in the region)
    3) In Europe, a boiling cauldron of radical Islam has formed, which urgently needs to let off steam, in the guise of democracy, the USA recruits and equips militants, sends it to certain death in Syria, provoking and supporting this conflict.
    4) The sale of armaments is by no means at dumping prices, which is the most providing their defense complex with new orders.
    But the states cannot be alone at this feast, there is another major player in Russia, which supports a legitimate government. Weapon supplies, economically and politically.
    Russia urgently needs to carry out military reform, 20 years of perestroika did not affect the army for the better. But all are needed, and funds are supplied by countries friendly to Syria, such as Iran.
    That is, what happens in this conflict, the two countries pursue the same goals.
    1) Boost the economy of your country.
    2) provide their population with jobs.
    3) to raise the defense industrial complex.
    4) weaken economically, politically the countries of the Middle East region.
    5) the fight against radical Islam by the hands of the Muslims themselves.
    Here is actually the alignment of this game started by the states and supported by Russia.
    1. Rusich51
      Rusich51 30 September 2013 21: 02 New
      0
      Here is actually the alignment of this game started by the states and supported by Russia.

      I do not understand why Pharaoh is being minus. It is an adequate and competent statement. Russia immediately needs to make decisions and actions that help alleviate social, interethnic, and interfaith tensions.

      The last line is a little twisted, maybe because of this?
      1. alone
        alone 30 September 2013 21: 36 New
        -1
        but minus the flag. many people write on the drum. if the flag is not the same, then -
  21. major071
    major071 30 September 2013 15: 12 New
    +7
    And reading comments is more interesting than the article itself. A lot of different people from all over the country and from abroad, and opinions are mostly similar. This suggests that normal people understand and reasonably argue the correctness of the policies of Assad and the Syrian people. How awful everyone was this American democracy and exclusivity. I will accept the exclusivity of the American nation only in one case, if they exclude themselves from world society. Maybe on earth then the air will become cleaner ...
  22. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 30 September 2013 15: 14 New
    +1
    Why should robbers call the opposition? It's just criminals ... Religion has nothing to do with it ...
  23. Maks.net
    Maks.net 30 September 2013 16: 43 New
    0
    Will the war against Syria begin?
  24. T-73
    T-73 30 September 2013 16: 54 New
    +3
    Only one goal of the American aggressor is clearly visible: to saturate your military-industrial complex with orders

    very far-sighted - nothing to say. stupid Amer’s essence to fill your pockets. the fact that to pay for the order you need to print money, but it will have to be printed - it’s not the ultimate purchase of weapons by bandits when the money is returned, but “help” from your pocket, increasing the state debt, the states are firmly on default, and it doesn’t matter when it happens now the amount of debt is in principle not repayable. Already now the costs of the United States for all its Wishlist exceed reasonable limits, but someday there will not be enough money to pay for the launch of aircraft carriers into the sea - and hello. dollar de jure will become a candy wrapper. Therefore, the only question is how much we will manage to withdraw our assets from dollars and US securities. and then the bearded shobla will consider himself thrown, and I’m afraid the states will have to breathe Islamic democracy on their own. What will happen to Qatar and Arabia? a rhetorical question. for they have made enemies above the roof. and there will be nowhere to run, but almost nothing. Do they want a pipe through Syria? Will it be a pipe
  25. Andreitas
    Andreitas 30 September 2013 18: 39 New
    +2
    They would grind each other more.
  26. GUSAR
    GUSAR 30 September 2013 18: 51 New
    +1
    Great! And now the main task is not to prevent these democrat-human-derrorists from wetting each other, but to the victors, if they remain soaked themselves the next day after their victory!