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Against Syria means against Russia

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Qatar, as a competitor of Russian Gazprom, eager to warm the whole of Europe, has clear objectives in Syria. The removal of Assad from power and the subsequent dismemberment-cutting of the country into religious, national, and other “buffer” pieces would have allowed Qatar to lay its gas pipeline through the former independent territory. In the EU, many people have long dreamed of at least “diversifying” gas supplies, and at the most - of a general refusal of Gazprom’s services. And it is by no means possible to say that in the United States, under such an energy scenario, which severely infringes Russia, officials will become sad. Qatar, Saudi Arabia and other monarchies of the Persian Gulf are great non-democratic friends of the White House, who forgive them even intolerance for LGBT people.




Syrian история not really over. Russia's success on the geopolitical front, the activities of the OPCW in Syria, and even the awarding of the organization to the Nobel Prize are far from a happy end. If Washington temporarily withdrew from Damascus, licking crisis wounds, this does not mean that Riyadh and Doha have canceled their “international” plans to redraw the Syrian borders. As for the European West, Bashar Asad is still listed as a tyrant there. And in the United States, they still repeat the mantra: "Assad must leave." The “opposition” in Syria of the world with Assad does not want - because its wing in the form of the “Syrian National Council”, sponsored, of course, by the same Qatar, is unlikely to fly to the peace conference “Geneva-2”.

Political analyst Nikolai Malishevsky on the portal "Fund of Strategic Culture" rightly points out:

“They want to destroy Syria in order to:

1) to take control of not only the newly discovered Syrian gas fields between Damascus and Homs, but also the entire territory of this country, considered as the most important Middle Eastern geo-economic intersection, alternative to the sea route for the transportation of hydrocarbons. Gulf oil and gas monarchies are critically dependent on the transport route through the Strait of Hormuz. It is enough to block this path for several months - and the crisis of the economies of the Saudis, Qatari and Europeans is inevitable;

2) replace gas supplies to Europe from the north (from Russia) with supplies from the south (from US vassals in the Gulf), because after the fall of Assad, even if Iran blocks the Strait of Hormuz, a gas pipeline to Europe can be built, allowing Qatar to replace Gazprom.


The scientist notes that the Qataris have already "quietly" pulled back 6% of the EU market, and the share of Gazprom there has decreased by 2%. Now they are crushing the gas sphere of Libya by themselves and are targeting Algeria’s reserves through deliveries weapons and export of jihad.

According to the expert, the decisive factor in the fate of Syria will be 2014 year. And it's not just about Syria, but about the Middle East frontier of Russia. Why is 2014?

This year, the analyst writes, chemical weapons will be destroyed in Syria. In addition, on the border of Qatar and Iran, the moratorium on the development of the Severnoye gas field will expire. Further, Qatar will complete the fleet and create the infrastructure for the supply of LNG to the EU. By that time, Qatar will also be part of the ownership of European gas transmission systems. And in the United States it will be impossible to postpone further the solution of internal problems.

Hence, the main task of Russia's foreign policy in the Middle East in 2014 will be, in the opinion of the author, the prevention of the “democratization” of Syria - that is, its destruction.

As for the joint actions of the West against Syria over the past two years, the historian Mikhail Narinsky considers this policy to be similar to the Munich Agreement.

The other day, Igor Panarin ("Voice of Russia") interviewed the head of the department of international relations and foreign policy of Russia MGIMO of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, doctor of historical sciences, professor Mikhail Narinsky. The professor, in particular, said:

“I think that the definition of the“ Munich Agreement ”fully justifiably and adequately assesses what happened in Munich at the end of September 1938 of the year. This conference and these agreements are called the “Munich Agreement” because the fate of Czechoslovakia was decided in Munich, but without its representatives. ”


Narinsky recalled the composition of the characters of the collusion: the leaders of Great Britain (the British government was headed by Chamberlain), French Prime Minister Daladier, Hitler and Mussolini.

“There were negotiations, various solutions to this problem, but in the end, in Munich, they decided that Czechoslovakia should cede and hand over the entire Sudetenland region of Germany, and in a very short time - within 10 days. She should have transferred this region intact under German power. ”


The result of the agreement: Czechoslovakia dismembered. Another result: Germany has increased due to the industry of the dismembered country. The third result: Adolf Hitler gained international weight.

The parallel with Syria is understandable. No one in the West, in its full composition, including the United States, asks, what kind of life does the Syrian people want. Similarly, in 1938, no one was interested in the opinions of those who lived in the Sudetenland and in general of the residents of Czechoslovakia. The main thing was the fear of Europeans before the spread of "Bolshevism". Few people imagined how soon the fear of Hitler would turn out. Similarly, today, few people think that the jihadist forces trained in the Syrian war will continue jihad on European and American territory. These “warriors of Allah” have one thing - to fight, they are not able to do anything else. Taking power in Syria (or rather, on a fragment of its territory), bearded Islamists will not stop at this.

The anti-Syrian collusion differs from Munich by the additional oriental composition of the actors. And, it seems, today this composition has moved from supporting roles to the execution of the main ones. Now it’s not Paris and London that play the first fiddle in the geopolitical campaign, but Doha and Riyadh. Moreover, Israel, which in recent weeks is whispering with the Saudis, recently admitted that al-Qaeda is better than Assad. Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, gave an interview to The Jerusalem Post, where, among other things, he said that a victory for the rebels, including al-Qaeda militants (the bad guys "without ties with Iran") would be less evil than preservation of the Syrian-Iranian alliance. Hence, analysts draw conclusions about the new alliance of the monarchies of the Gulf with Israel - created not only for the sake of opposing Iran, but also for the sake of infringement of Syria, allied to Iran. Such is the multi-layered and multi-path geopolitical composition.

Alexander Serdyuk (Pravda.ru) identified four scenarios of a possible war against Syria.

The first option - the establishment of no-fly zones over several areas of Syria.

Another way to achieve the desired goals are point air strikes, the continuation of which will be a full-scale land operation of the United States and its allies.

The third scenario is the invasion of Turkish troops, leading further to participation in a NATO operation. Such an invasion may be caused by a threat from the Kurds or by Turkey’s response in the event of a Syrian army firing into militant groups crossing the border. The option of provocation is not excluded.

Another version of events - the invasion of Israeli troops. It can be caused either by territorial claims, the author notes, or by provocations on the territory of the Golan Heights.

The author sounds the alarm:

“Russia should make its conclusions. The Russian military must be prepared to transmit to Syria data about the start of air raids and using the available satellite constellation, to help the Syrian army monitor the movements of the ground forces of the aggressors. Timely warning of the attack will allow time to mobilize. But all this is extreme measures. While the invasion is postponed indefinitely, it is imperative to arm Syria. MiG-31E, MiG-29М2, Buk-M2E, Yak-130, C-300PMU-2, Mi-25 and much more will help to avoid a big war. ”


In addition, Russia, and with it China, could supply the Syrian army with night-vision equipment, communications equipment, mini-UAVs, as well as modernize ground-based equipment. All this, indicates A. Serdyuk, will help destroy the internal enemy.

Vladimir Alekseev ("Iran.ru") notes that today emerges a kind of alliance: the US triangle - Saudi Arabia - Al-Qaida. These forces, in addition to local rebels, are the main opponents of the Syrian government. But at the same time, each player has his own goals.

The United States seeks to destroy the last independent regime in the Arab world, to protect Israel from chemical weapons and move toward Iran. The Saudis are carrying out plans for Wahhabi regional domination. Acting in a similar vein, the Saudi kingdom is ready to ensure the geopolitical interests of the United States and keep in mind the security of Israel only until all this affects its own interests. The goals of al-Qaida are to build an Islamic state on the basis of Sharia in Syria. Moreover, the analyst recalls, Ayman al-Zawahiri said that the opponents of the Assad regime should fight with the countries of the West.

In the end, we add from ourselves, these three parties would rather divide Syria into several pieces, rather than come to an agreement. The agreement between them can only be what is possible between a fox and a wolf.

As for the construction of "democracy" in Syria, then in the West they no longer talk and write about it. Up to sixty percent of those fighting in Syria against Assad are notorious thugs. This is now openly written in the European and American press. With such an opposition, it is somehow strange to talk about representative government, especially since the current president of Syria is still not an impostor, but an elect of the people. And who will be represented by bearded “oppositionists”, among whom there are cannibals, is no longer a question.

And in this context, Russia should be wary of the spread of not only Qatari gas in the world, but also a bearded infection.

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  1. sscha
    sscha 18 October 2013 08: 53
    40
    Right on the bull's eye! Respect the author! hi
    1. Civil
      Civil 18 October 2013 09: 10
      37
      For a long time I urge to bomb Qatar, this enemy country, the leaders of the militants of the North Caucasus are hiding there,
      1. not good
        not good 18 October 2013 11: 18
        29
        Qatar should not be bombed, but a national liberation movement should be organized there, a little more should be paid to the leaders of the Syrian militants and they, with a whoop and whoop, will run to Qatar to "liberate the people", while we, with tears in our eyes, need to sympathize with the Qatari leadership and pay extra for the newly formed internal opposition. Then Qatar will have no time for gas, oil and Syria.
        1. Geisenberg
          Geisenberg 18 October 2013 13: 24
          +1
          Quote: Negoro
          Qatar should not be bombed, but a national liberation movement should be organized there ...


          As a result, it will turn out the same as now only with an extremely radical bias.

          You can’t do anything with them ... you have to wait and see how events turn around.
          1. not good
            not good 19 October 2013 13: 00
            +2
            The success of the liberation movement can be regulated: if we win, we help the government, we lose, we increase aid to the militants, and so on indefinitely. And the radicals can eventually be pitted against each other.
          2. Harlampy
            Harlampy 20 October 2013 19: 19
            +4
            But enough to sit and wait. Already sat up and waited. Qatar butcher. As Mr. Churkin promised them, for half an hour such a thing as Qatar ceased to exist. And the Saudis are thoughtful. They froze to the edge!
            1. smersh70
              smersh70 20 October 2013 20: 43
              -5
              Quote: Harlampy
              But enough to sit and wait. Already sat up and waited

              this comrade also thought so ...
              Assault units attacked a group of kafirs in the village of Sukhna. During a successful offensive, a large CAT was captured. Another 1 PPC is surrounded. The fighting continues.
              KC sources say that the Mujahideen managed to destroy more than 100 Asadites and Shiites.
              Among the destroyed there are Russian mercenaries. The name of at least 1 Russian is well established. This is a certain Malyuta Alexey Nikolaevich from Abinsk, Krasnodar Territory.
              From the captured documents it turned out that the Slavonic Corps Limited company, which is located in Hong Kong, is engaged in the recruitment of Russian mercenaries to Syria for the Assad regime. The general director of this company is a certain Kramskoy S.V.
              While there is no exact data on the number of Russian mercenaries fighting on the side of the Assad regime. This is the first documentary evidence that Russian infidels are taking part in hostilities on the side of the Alavite regime.
              1. Arminian power
                Arminian power 20 October 2013 20: 56
                +1
                Why put it so rudely like a mujahideen terrorist.
                Quote: smersh70
                that Russian infidels take part in hostilities
                1. smersh70
                  smersh70 20 October 2013 21: 01
                  -5
                  Quote: Arminian power
                  Why put it so rudely like a mujahideen terrorist.

                  no, it was necessary to say, the ancient Armenian word-fedain ... laughing
                  Quote: Arminian power
                  KC sources report

                  at least read it carefully --- the information is not mine, but the Caucasus Center .... so they write something dearer ... by the way, in the USSR, enemies were called spies, and the same, only Soviet ones were called scouts .... hi but you don’t understand it ... the level is not the same ... smile
              2. Rusich51
                Rusich51 22 October 2013 17: 38
                0
                Smersh. Not a fedain, but a rat. The road to hell is open for these criminals. Traitors to the Syrian people deserve no respect.
        2. silver_roman
          silver_roman 18 October 2013 15: 37
          +4
          the problem is that they can calmly cut off the heads of this opposition without risking international status, because everyone is already aware of the essence of the monarchies of the bay. I would love to observe nuclear fungi over the UAE and Qatar, but unfortunately their tire is western. It’s not going to touch them like that.
          BUT that it is impossible to remain inactive - IT IS THE FACT!
          1. Walker1975
            Walker1975 18 October 2013 17: 08
            10
            Nuclear mushrooms on the planet - not something that should be fun
            1. silver_roman
              silver_roman 18 October 2013 18: 26
              10
              I can’t be as humane as you are to the enemies of our people and in particular the state! In relation to our people, no one has ever shown humanity. Sometimes the manifestation of strength is the only way out. By the way, a similar approach has been successfully tested in Japan.
          2. 31231
            31231 18 October 2013 19: 16
            +3
            I would love to observe nuclear fungi over the UAE and Qatar, but unfortunately their tire is western.

            Yeah, how many smart people. You the UAE with Saudi Arabia as Sarah Palin are not able to distinguish?
          3. not good
            not good 19 October 2013 13: 01
            +2
            Opposition leadership can be organized in third countries.
        3. Vintorez333
          Vintorez333 18 October 2013 17: 29
          +1
          I agree with this approach.
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        5. timer
          timer 18 October 2013 22: 06
          +4
          I liked the article. Qatar bombing is complete stupidity. The author wrote how you can help Syria, I also think. Syria must withstand the point. I think in order to curb Israel, we must remember Hezbollah. Direct it in the direction we need, both at him and at the US vassals in this region and organize counter-Orange events there. And then I look at them, well, they’ve gotten very scruffy and lost my scent. Besides, in addition to China, BRICS participants should be actively involved in the confrontation with the USA and its vassals.
        6. Alew
          Alew 18 October 2013 22: 43
          +1
          Quote: Negoro
          Qatar should not be bombed, but a national liberation movement should be organized there, a little more should be paid to the leaders of the Syrian militants and they, with a whoop and whoop, will run to Qatar to "liberate the people", while we, with tears in our eyes, need to sympathize with the Qatari leadership and pay extra for the newly formed internal opposition. Then Qatar will have no time for gas, oil and Syria.

          This is a famous American method. Well, we must use it and also call the terrorists rebels I support you hi
        7. catapractic
          catapractic 18 October 2013 22: 49
          +1
          from whom to organize YOU then looked at a map, the liberation movement there can be organized only from guest workers smile
        8. kavkaz8888
          kavkaz8888 20 October 2013 18: 55
          0
          And pay and bomb. It will not be worse.
          I'm coming to you. No, I'm flying to you .. And better, I’m launching at you.
        9. igorelo
          igorelo 20 October 2013 23: 14
          +1
          May God save Russia to save Syria and save the world from World War 3, so that God forbid, Wanga’s predictions do not come true, and Americans damn them with hamburgers rather get poisoned, so that no one could finance terrorist organizations and unleash wars
      2. AVV
        AVV 18 October 2013 11: 56
        +4
        It is necessary to democratize Qatar, to arrange a parade of forbidden minorities there, the reaction of Qatar is obvious, then the West itself will restore order in this country, and itself will sweep away the Qatar rulers under the pretext of protecting the rights in this country !!!
      3. olviko
        olviko 18 October 2013 12: 10
        11
        Qatar is not just a tool to control gas supplies and squeeze Russia out of the European market. It is assumed that the loss of the EU gas market will turn into a disaster for the Russian budget. Strictly speaking, a political entity like Qatar is a British creature reinforced by the US Army. At the same time, it is a branch of Western TNCs. Like Saudi Arabia, Qatar has long been a center of international terrorism, sending militants to Libya, Syria, Egypt, Algeria, and the Caucasus. At one time, the Qataris, with an army of 12, threw more than 5 special forces into the decisive battle for the Libyan capital of Tripoli. The ideological support of Qatar's policy is carried out by the Al-Jazeera TV channel and a number of influential Islamist figures such as the chairman of the World Council of Islamic Theologians, Yusuf Al-Qardawi who took an active anti-Russian position during the years of the first Chechen campaign. Qataris openly welcome the leaders of Chechen terrorists like Zelimkhan Yandarbiyev, finance the Syrian "rebels", to whom the Qatari air force is deploying a huge amount of weapons across Turkey and Jordan. However, the main direction of the strike of the Qataris and their Western patrons is not associated with military operations, but with the economy. Qatar is already waging a price war against Russia. Under Gazprom's noses, Qataris are working in Belarus, regasification terminals are being built in the south and north of Europe, possibilities of building terminals in England, the Netherlands, Turkey, Greece, etc. are being explored. It costs nothing for Qataris to openly beat up a Russian diplomat with the rank of ambassador. The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Tani, whose head office is located in London, has already liquidated or neutralized all Russian oil and gas projects in Qatar - 5 large, billion-dollar, like Yamal LNG, and 18 estimated at hundreds of millions of dollars. The same has been done with gold mining projects. Qatar owns 30% of the Rockefeller-owned Exxon Mobil Corporation, an energy monster that became the main beneficiary of the Iraqi occupation and is one of the main lobbyists for the war against Syria. It was to this corporation that the puppet regime in Baghdad gave the monopoly right to develop Iraqi oil reserves for 50 years after the overthrow of Saddam Hussein. Since Europe is the main consumer of Russian gas, Exxon is seeking to implement an alternative project for the Qatar-Europe gas pipeline. The owners of the Washington White House have their own selfish interest in this project. There is little to do - to destroy Syria and all the Middle East infrastructure associated with Russian energy projects.
        http://imperiya.by/authorsanalytics19-17995.html
        1. atalef
          atalef 18 October 2013 14: 09
          -7
          Quote: olviko
          Qatar is not just a tool for controlling gas supplies and squeezing Russia out of the European market. It is assumed that the loss of the EU gas market will turn into a disaster for the Russian budget.

          \ I understand your indignation, but how will you react to this news
          Yesterday it became known that Iran began the construction of a gas pipeline to Syria through Iraq. Thus, the Islamic Republic of Iran plans to overcome the situation with a decrease in its income that has developed in connection with the imposition of sanctions against it (in particular, the oil embargo) by Western countries (the USA and the EU-controlled countries). The imposition of sanctions triggered the economic crisis in Iran, which led to the depreciation of the local currency by more than a third.

          Recall that the Islamic Republic of Iran is the second country in the world (after Russia) in terms of proven reserves of natural gas with a total explored field of 28 trillion cubic meters. At the same time, Iran is only in fourth place in gas production.
          A memorandum on the construction of gas pipelines through which Iranian fuel will be transported to Arab countries,and in the future - possibly to Libya and Europe via Greece, was signed by Iran, Iraq and Syria in July 2011.

          http://islam-today.ru/ekonomika/nachalos_masshtabnoe_stroitelstvo_gazoprovoda_iz

          _irana_v_siriyu /
          I wonder who (with the help of Syria, is going to oust Iran from the European gas market?
          Or do you think that the gas pipeline is being built only for Syria? I will laugh when in the end, after such fierce support by Russia both Syria and Iran (which I think the sanctions will be lifted from soon), Iranian gas will come to Europe and begin to compete with Gazprom. Ivot when in the European market these 2 tigers clash. Europe (like a monkey 0 it will sit quietly on a tree and wait for them to gnaw each other's throats. Of course, all this price doesn’t * increase * gas *, but what about a typical Russian business.
          Find a box of vodka, sell half the price, and drink the money.
          1. Walker1975
            Walker1975 18 October 2013 15: 39
            +4
            Russia is in such a situation that any gas pipeline from the Middle East to Europe will be a blow to its economy. Qatari, Iranian ... does not matter. The main thing is that it will eliminate Gazprom’s monopoly in Europe (and, as a consequence, the influence of Russia), exclude the possibility of gas blackmail, as it was already, and lower prices. And if the same Iran or Qatar are damping in order to capture a new market, then the situation of Gazprom will be seriously complicated, because at equal prices gas will be taken from the Middle East for the same diversification.
            1. 31231
              31231 18 October 2013 20: 14
              +4
              Russia is in such a situation that any gas pipeline from the Middle East to Europe will be a blow to its economy. Qatari, Iranian ... doesn't matter

              Yah?! Only you misunderstand one thing, because of the reduction in production in the North Sea, the United Kingdom has already asked to think about an additional Norstream line for it.
              Gas consumption in Europe will only grow. All experts agree with this. And Gazprom must first of all engage in its diversification. Throw gas pipes in the Far East. What is he doing now.
          2. olviko
            olviko 18 October 2013 16: 26
            +5
            atalef (2)
            "and in the future - possibly to Libya and Europe through Greece,"

            If you believe what is written in the article you proposed, the gas pipeline is really designed to transport Iranian fuel to Arab countries. Literally, it is written in black and white .Well, in all other respects, the key word is POSSIBLE!
            POSSIBLE to Europe if:
            USA and EU will lift their embargo;
            the Sunnis of Iraq, whom Iran is now wetting in Syria, will be allowed to smuggle a pipe through Iraq;
            Israel will not bomb the pipe
            By the way, on the last position, I was very surprised by your "I will laugh". This is not a very patriotic act on your part, I must say! "Thus, the Islamic Republic of Iran plans to overcome the situation with a decrease in its income," - you read this phrase more closely. I think Iran will receive funds from the sale of gas, including for the continuation of its nuclear program. Russia is not hot, not cold, as we know and have repeatedly proven that whoever comes with a sword will die by the sword, and enough for tigers and monkeys. But Israel? Well I do not know . Benya, and so excuse me on th .. but it comes that year to threaten to bomb. But what if Israel's best friend really does have a bomb? And you "I will laugh"!
            1. olviko
              olviko 18 October 2013 16: 52
              11
              atalef (2)
              To calm you down, I’ll add:
              The Lebanese newspaper An-Nahar on Thursday published information that if the Syrian government defeats the militants, Bashar al-Assad wants to offer Russia to place a large naval base in Tartus in his country, instead of the existing Logistics Point service (PMTO). The newspaper reported in detail that Syria would be ready to sign contracts for 100 years, as well as allocate a huge territory for the Russian base. At the same time, it was said that this military base would be larger than the base of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, and would give Russia the opportunity to firmly take control of the Mediterranean Sea.

              It is also possible that the military base will have its own military airfield, on which Russian fighters will be based.

              The telegraphist believes that such a military base will give Russia the opportunity not only to gain a foothold in the Mediterranean, but will also have a strong moral influence on Russia's allies and opponents in the region. The mere thought that Russian fighter jets are about to reach the capitals of certain states will greatly cool the ardor of various warlike monarchs.
              1. atalef
                atalef 18 October 2013 19: 43
                -4
                Quote: olviko
                To calm you down, I’ll add:
                The Lebanese newspaper An-Nahar on Thursday published information that if the Syrian government defeats the militants, Bashar al-Assad wants to offer Russia to place a large naval base in Tartus in his country, instead of the existing one

                Calm yourself, she (the base) will guard this pipeline? She definitely doesn’t bother us


                Quote: olviko
                It is also possible that the military base will have its own military airfield, on which Russian fighters will be based.

                Yes, great . the gentle body of two uterus sucks. Assad will receive money for the base (well, not for free) and for the Iranian gas pipeline. And I laugh who is the smartest and richest here.


                Quote: olviko
                The mere thought that Russian fighter jets are about to reach the capitals of certain states will greatly cool the ardor of various warlike monarchs.

                Calm down, Russia will not fight with anyone. Head cooler laughing
                1. Sandov
                  Sandov 19 October 2013 20: 16
                  +1
                  Quote: atalef
                  Bashar al-Assad wants to offer Russia to deploy a large naval base in Tartus in his country,


                  It is vital at this stage. The long-awaited peace is needed in this region. By the way, and the Jews, too.
            2. atalef
              atalef 18 October 2013 19: 39
              -2
              Quote: olviko
              If you believe what is written in the article you proposed, the gas pipeline is really designed to transport Iranian fuel to Arab countries

              Look where it came from (article), then drag the pipeline through the whole of Iraq, only for Syria and Lebanon (nobody else is there) it’s not just stupid, but very stupid (considering its own gas in Lebanon - soon, I would even say - - stupidly) so the goal of Iranian gas is clear --- Europe


              Quote: olviko
              the Sunnis of Iraq, whom Iran is now wetting in Syria, will be allowed to smuggle a pipe through Iraq;
              Israel will not bomb the pipe

              Not what? What does the Sunni have to do with it? The question is different. why is Iran pulling gas to Europe through Syria. And who in general is more profitable to bomb this pipe? Israel or Russia?

              Quote: olviko
              By the way, on the last position, I was very surprised by your "I will laugh".

              So the situation is really funny. The site’s bones for Iran and Syria are put on the floor so that they would bring gas and Russia's incomes fall - patriotically

              Quote: olviko
              You read this phrase more closely. From the sale of gas, Iran will receive funds I think, including for the continuation of its nuclear program. Russia is not hot from this, not cold

              It will not be hot, it’s cold (especially for senior citizens) for sure. because With the fall in gas prices, the budget and the logical chain in general, complete it yourself. Well, with the development of Iran’s nuclear program (for the money that he chop off from Gazprom) Russia will have one more cause for concern (and as a result of spending money on defense) in connection with the appearance of another nuclear friend at its borders

              Quote: olviko
              whoever comes with a sword will perish by the sword

              To what ? You are Iranian European gas, what will you push with oil prices?

              Quote: olviko
              But what if Israel's best friend really does have a bomb? And you "I will laugh"!

              I understand, the problem is none. that the cow itself died. the problem is that the neighbor is alive.
              We’ll deal with Ya. Iran. You like an adequate answer about the gas pipeline.
              Here, and I laugh
              1. 31231
                31231 18 October 2013 21: 43
                +3
                You I see the sight. And already believe that Iran wants to pipe through Syria to Europe ?! Well, they would have looked who planned to participate in the construction of this pipeline. Yes, Russia. Do you really think that fools are sitting in Gazprom and the Russian leadership?
              2. olviko
                olviko 19 October 2013 07: 26
                +3
                atalef (2)
                "You like that about the gas pipeline adequate answer.
                Here, and I will laugh "

                Do not boil like that, dear, otherwise the toilet will crack. Firstly, let's get back to you, like I’m with you, I didn’t pick up tomatoes in one kibbutz. Secondly, the adequacy of my and your answers is specifically visible by estimates. Or is an adequate answer the one you need? Then sit on the Israeli forum, there all the answers are adequate.
          3. Sirocco
            Sirocco 18 October 2013 16: 33
            +4
            Quote: atalef
            I understand your indignation, but how will you react to this news

            How do you like this?
            Moreover, Israel, which has been whispering with the Saudis in recent weeks, has recently admitted that al Qaeda is better than Assad.
            Conscience does not torment gr. Israel for the innocently killed by you, Palestinian patriots from Black September? Differences with Al qaeda I don’t feel, can they rehabilitate these Palestinian patriots?
            1. Katsin1
              Katsin1 18 October 2013 17: 35
              -8
              In the war between Assad and Hezbollah against the Salafis, we (Israel) sincerely wish success to both sides. As Comrade Stalin answered the question of who is worse, the Trotskyists or the Zinovievites: "BOTH worse." Or in Shakespeare's words: "A plague on both your houses"
            2. atalef
              atalef 18 October 2013 19: 54
              -2
              Quote: Sirocco
              Conscience does not torment gr. Israel for the innocently killed by you, Palestinian patriots from Black September?

              No, by the way, find out why it is called * Black September * and make a complaint to Pope Assad and King (Jordan) Hussein laughing
              September 1970 went down in history as “Black September” (Arabic: أيلول الأسود). Arab historians sometimes call it the "era of regrettable events."

              This month, King Hussein in Jordan began suppressing Palestinian militant organizations and regaining control over the situation in the country [3]. This led to the deaths of thousands of people, the vast majority of Palestinians. [4] Armed conflicts continued until July 1971, and the conflict ended with the expulsion of thousands of Palestinian militants to Lebanon, where the headquarters of Palestinian organizations, including the PLO, were also relocated.


              That's how shitty to not know the story laughing laughing laughing
          4. catapractic
            catapractic 18 October 2013 22: 53
            +2
            you are right havery Russia has no acres of army and navy allies, and your cousins ​​Arabs and Persians are not friends to us, you put a nits knife in the back at any time
          5. Sandov
            Sandov 19 October 2013 20: 14
            +3
            Atalef, it is better to let the Iranians be there than the desert you created with amers.
          6. kavkaz8888
            kavkaz8888 20 October 2013 19: 05
            +1
            Let Iran get richer than kagal and camelniks.
        2. Anat1974
          Anat1974 18 October 2013 19: 44
          +3
          The comment is short: it's time to bomb.
        3. 31231
          31231 18 October 2013 20: 04
          0
          The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Tani, headquartered in London, has already liquidated or neutralized all Russian oil and gas projects in Qatar - 5 large, billion-dollar ones, like Yamal-LNG, and 18 valued at hundreds of millions of dollars.

          Something I misunderstood, and here is Yamal-LNG Michelson?
        4. catapractic
          catapractic 18 October 2013 23: 26
          +1
          Kaiar has long been no longer an instrument. Qatar is already a player, maybe not the largest, but the most smelly
      4. bif
        bif 18 October 2013 13: 51
        +9
        "A senior source in the Russian Air Force told Telegrafist that Russia has plans to bombard the monarchies of the Gulf - Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
        “This is not a secret at all, such plans were developed even during the Soviet Union, since then they have been slightly changed, replacing the landing in Iraq, friendly at that time, by refueling in the air over the Caspian Sea,” the officer said.
        He noted that this can be done by both a link of Su-27 fighters and modern Su-34 bombers with additional tanks accompanied by Su-27.
        “Today the situation is such that even if Su-34 does not have enough fuel to leave Iran’s airspace on return, they can sit right there,” he said, “the combat radius of Su-27 allows you to fly to the capitals of the monarchies and vice versa, the Su-34 is smaller. ”
        When asked when and why plans were being developed, the officer replied: “Saudi Arabia is a key ally of the United States in the region, not Israel, as many believe, namely the regime of King Abdullah, who is ready to get involved anywhere to please his masters, so the USSR naturally prepared plans to destroy this regime, since without it, Saudi Arabia will cease to be an integral state and Washington will receive hordes of barbarians who will destroy their bases on their own using American technology. ”
        The source also said that the entire operation to destroy the ruling circles of the monarchies from the air needs no more than 24 hours.
        For the full interview with the officer, including why strategic bombers are not used for these purposes, read in on ТЪ. "
        1. Russ69
          Russ69 18 October 2013 14: 00
          +5
          Quote: bif
          "A senior source in the Russian Air Force told Telegrafist that Russia has plans to bombard the monarchies of the Gulf - Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

          That’s why the General Staff, plans of operations, for all occasions of life should always be. It would be strange if they were not there.
        2. atalef
          atalef 18 October 2013 19: 57
          -6
          Quote: bif
          "A senior source in the Russian Air Force told Telegrafist that Russia has plans to bombard the monarchies of the Gulf - Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
          “This is not a secret at all, such plans were developed back in the USSR,

          Describe with boiling water of happiness. Plans were developed even during the Soviet Union, only the Russian Air Force is now far from the USSR Air Force, and the Saudi, Qatar Air Force (where the largest US base) have gone so far forward that Russia will simply tear Russia apart from their joint air defense. are real. Check out the number of aircraft and air defense systems of Saudi Arabia (at least one of them)
          1. bif
            bif 21 October 2013 11: 47
            0
            In each barrel a gag, this is how the comment looks atalef... The reasoning about the possibilities or impossibilities of the USSR or Russian Air Force, people from a country that cannot be seen on the map without a magnifying glass, whose annual budget of the country is only 2 times larger than the budget of Moscow, looks ridiculous. And how can we not recall Krylov's fable: "Pug know she is strong ..."
            Than to think for the Russian Federation, think better of yourself ... soon there will be nothing and nothing to drive the enraged Arabs from your pseudo-borders and retribution for years of aggression is inevitable. So let's see who will urinate boiling water. Good luck
          2. Rusich51
            Rusich51 22 October 2013 17: 44
            0
            Jews on their skate, divide and conquer. Do not describe yourself with boiling water when the bearded begin to wet.
      5. Vintorez333
        Vintorez333 18 October 2013 17: 26
        +1
        That is, you urge to give a damn about conventions, take the place of the USA and bomb a sovereign state? Curious! How will we be better? And the UAE would stand up for them.
        1. olviko
          olviko 18 October 2013 17: 57
          +4
          You want to say: where is justice? Dear, in our time no one will even hint at this. Because they know that there is no justice anywhere. The West itself was the first to lower the bar when it showed what justice was played by Sarkozy, the setup of Strauss-Kahn, Bout’s landing for nothing, the death of Milosevic in The Hague, the attack on Iraq and Libya, and much more. Now the whole world knows that court and justice only occur when there is no politics next to one of them. Not fair? It is possible, but since it is being used by everyone, this weapon is completely legal.
          In general, the belief in justice existing in the West in the Russians is over, so do not blame me, mamzels and other sirs. I must say that those who used to frantically poke a finger at Russia for such behavior can also be seen "tired with a finger." But rather, they just realized that they were fighting against them with their own weapons, and if you continue to blame them, then Putin will definitely dunk their nose into their own jam, just as recently, when the Italians started talking to him about the Russian mafia, to which Mr Putin replied that the mafia this word is Italian. Are all the mafics really transferred? And if you don’t get lost, then why are you asking us? What are you better at? True, he didn’t say this already, but everyone was smart there and immediately understood everything.
          1. Walker1975
            Walker1975 18 October 2013 23: 41
            0
            Putin answered beautifully, but would it really take Serdyukovs, Vasilievs, etc. from the neck of the Russians?
      6. baku1999
        baku1999 18 October 2013 17: 54
        +7
        AS OUR REPRESENTATIVE SAID, ON THE REPLICA OF QATAR TO THE UN, THAT MOLES OF RUSSIA HAVE NO MATTER, UNDER MIDDLE EASTERN PROBLEMS ............ WHAT IF YOU WILL CONTINUE IN THE SAME SPIRIT, NO QATAR AND WILL NOT BE..............
      7. vpimen2010
        vpimen2010 19 October 2013 15: 37
        0
        On the website of N. Starikov, the proposal to "catch" migrants on the day of Friday prayer is actively discussed today. Usually all riots in the Middle East and Muslim countries take place on Fridays, after prayer. Is this a deliberate provocation or PR on a hidden call for civil war and unrest?
    2. Mart
      18 October 2013 09: 14
      10
      Quote: sscha
      Right on the bull's eye! Respect the author!


      Thank you, comrade. drinks Glad to.
    3. Mitek
      Mitek 18 October 2013 09: 17
      15
      Quote: sscha
      Right on the bull's eye! Respect the author! hi

      According to the central media it is necessary to drive this out. Many do not understand why we need Syria and what is next in line Iran and Russia.
      1. olviko
        olviko 18 October 2013 12: 04
        +4
        The monarchies of the Persian Gulf, who, together with the United States, supported “democratic changes” in a number of countries in the Middle East, remain dictatorial regimes themselves. Therefore, the boomerang of the “Arab Spring” launched by them will inevitably return to them. The only way for them to divert the energy of the revolutionary explosion from themselves is to try to redirect this energy to the outside. The vector of aspirations of the Saudis and Qataris is the northeast, while Syria, Iran are the “targets”, and at a later stage, the Caucasus and the Volga region.
    4. vadimus
      vadimus 18 October 2013 11: 24
      +9
      Roll out Qatar! Not Qatar, but cataracts, an eyesore. How much stink from this bug ....
      1. Gari
        Gari 18 October 2013 11: 47
        13
        Quote: vadimus
        How much stink from this bug ....

        I advise you to read the article
        QATAR - a dwarf with giant ambitions or a mirage in the Arabian desert?
        Family showdown

        So, in the case of Qatar, there are:

        1) exorbitant ambitions of the leader of the country and self-image as the continuer of the work of the “great” Muhammad Abdel Wahhab;

        2) a radical ideology in the form of Wahhabism;

        3) lasting friendship with the Muslim Brotherhood from all over the world;

        4) a huge financial resource with a scanty population and exorbitant income per capita;

        5) the desire to beat the competitor in the person of Saudi Arabia and the desire to become the leader of the Arab world;

        6) resentment against other, more advanced in their development Arabs;

        7) difficult relations with the USA;

        8) involvement in international terrorism;

        9) the ideological mouthpiece in the person of Al-Jazeera and Youssef al-Qardawi

        10) the illusion of diplomatic victories in Darfur, Lebanon, Palestine, Yemen, etc.

        If all this is put together, we get an inferiority complex with huge money. And from this starting point, Qatar begins the countdown of its fate in the “Arab spring”.
        Another small but important digression is how things are going in the ruling family, that is, among the "reigning persons", even if they were 100 years ago shepherds, fishermen and pirates.
        These things have been going badly for several years now. Having overthrown his father in 1995, Sheikh Hamad lost at least a third of the top of Al Thani. Many in the "family" frankly do not like him, considering him an imposter. Many uncles and brothers remained in exile, not recognizing his power. An additional problem that has begun to affect in recent years: the head of Qatar is seriously ill - with severe diabetes. His youngest daughter, Hind, always sits next to a syringe of medicine when he receives high guests, in case you have to give an injection. Including at international conferences.

        And here, finally, politics and the Arab “revolutions” emerge. Having gained a weight of 150-160 kg, Hamad began to provoke ridicule from the Arab leaders. Hence the hatred of a number of regimes and the desire to finish them off. Muammar Gaddafi became one of Hamad’s targets when, at a general Arab summit in Sirte, he uttered the phrase: “My brother, you are so fat that you look like a barrel (a barrel of oil - 160 liters) and you don’t fit your ass in a chic golden armchair”. The press was not there, but the Qatari emir remembered the insult.
        Completely
        http://www.iimes.ru/rus/stat/2012/20-01-12a.htm

        I advise you to read very interesting.
    5. Anat1974
      Anat1974 18 October 2013 19: 41
      -3
      I do not agree. The article is flat. It says what everyone is already aware of. For what respect? How many of us do not know that Qatar is crushing the European gas market? How much has been said and written about the essence of the war in Syria? And everything else has already been chewed repeatedly.
      Send MIGs, BUKs, S-300, T-90, our marines, our paratroopers, etc. etc. - they surprised me with the freshness of a two-year endurance of thought. Where meaningful: How to neutralize Qatar and the Saudis. How to put the opposition at the Geneva negotiating table. Yes, and much more like that.
      I believe that the meaning of the article is0, only blah, blah, blah.
      1. alone
        alone 18 October 2013 21: 48
        +1
        As long as the invasion is delayed indefinitely, it is imperative to arm Syria. MiG-31E, MiG-29M2, Buk-M2E, Yak-130, S-300PMU-2, Mi-25 and much more will help to avoid a big war. "


        unclear. If Alexander Serdyuk ("Pravda.ru") is the author of this phrase, then it is immediately clear that the man is a very strong "military". if you buy a mig-31e, then who needs a mig-25 then? is he generally aware of how many years a mig-25 has been adopted for service?
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 18 October 2013 23: 39
          +3
          Quote: lonely
          instant-25
          Sorry, Mi-25. They are being repaired in Russia and transferred to Syria.
          1. Thunderbolt
            Thunderbolt 18 October 2013 23: 48
            0
            Here is ready, and in the background they are waiting for their turn
  2. Lech from our city
    Lech from our city 18 October 2013 08: 53
    +5
    The undercover fight for SYRIA is in full swing the stakes are too high and no one wants to lose.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 18 October 2013 09: 13
      16
      That's about how soon the oil monarchies of the gulf will look. This is the destiny of all sixes.
      1. atalef
        atalef 18 October 2013 14: 22
        -6
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        That's about how soon the oil monarchies of the gulf will look like. So is the lot of all sixes

        Sasha hello. believe me . if Qatar gas (via Syria) doesn’t come to Europe then Iran (the gas pipeline is already under construction) by the way, with the full consent of Syria (and it can’t even object after what Iran has done for it), what’s the difference between Russia whose gas will appear on the markets Europe? The price will fall in any case. Or do you think Iran will reckon with the interests of Gazprom? Therefore, believe it or not. the key country in both of these projects is Syria - a mess (ongoing) in it is beneficial primarily to Russia (as it does not look strange)
        Get to know
        http://islam-today.ru/ekonomika/nachalos_masshtabnoe_stroitelstvo_gazoprovoda_iz
        _irana_v_siriyu /
        1. Walker1975
          Walker1975 18 October 2013 15: 46
          0
          Fact. In the interests of Russia - an eternal war. If Assad wins, he will build the Iran gas pipeline, and if his opponents, he builds the Qatar gas pipeline. Whatever gas is, but it will compete with Gazprom, which will be in the position of a seller boorishly laughing at a buyer (and you buy from someone else), suddenly forced to fight for this buyer himself. Yes, and with a spoiled reputation.
        2. Magadan
          Magadan 18 October 2013 16: 50
          13
          Yes, nevermind let them sell their gas. It’s time for us to learn to live on more than one gas and oil. The point is that Iran, at least, will not spend this money on Wahhabis, as the Saudis and Qatars do. Moreover, Iran will earn on gas, which means it will most likely spend the same money on Russian weapons, nuclear energy, wheat, and engineering products. And this is better than selling non-renewable resources. Now there is a butting between us and NATO with its henchmen. And so far, Iran, China, and of course Syria in our cage. And in the next 20 years they will be there. And we'll see. We will drive NATO and other homosexuals with Wahhabis, and it will be with us for the first time. So let’s do another great thing, once again freeing humanity from another infection. God bless us.
          1. atalef
            atalef 18 October 2013 19: 50
            -7
            Quote: Magadan
            Yes, nevermind let them sell their gas. It’s time for us to learn to live on more than one gas and oil.

            Beautiful, but not real at this stage.

            Quote: Magadan
            The point is that Iran, at least, will not spend this money on Wahhabis, as the Saudis and Qatars do

            Here are the people, well, do not exterminate. They tried to include the head. You would somehow think about the welfare of Russia, and not about what Iran would spend money on.

            Quote: Magadan
            . And so far, Iran, China, and of course Syria in our clip

            Of course, China is always where it sees. what can you grab on the cheap, and where is Russia here? In what situation does Russia win?

            Quote: Magadan
            . And we'll see. We will drive out NATO and other homosexuals with Wahhabis, and will be with us for the first time

            Rot, rot, when Iranian gas arrives in Europe and its price drops to 100 pounds. tell me who will bend first. Europe - paying less for gas and able to influence Russia with a diversification of gas supplies or Russia (which will be held tight by the scrotum, the same NATO) - and all this is because of a gas pipeline passing through Syria laughing
            1. mizantropi
              mizantropi 18 October 2013 20: 49
              +3
              stop "RUSSIA will be firmly held for the scam, the same NATO members" is the dream of all liber.stnyh gayropeyev, and of course the Jewish friends of the Wahhabite cannibals! THIS DREAM IS IMPOSSIBLE. For scrotum izraelskih gom.sekov will be held by fellow orientation from NATO. That will be correct. Let's deal with gas without ikspertov-non-conventional.
            2. Mature naturalist
              Mature naturalist 19 October 2013 01: 14
              +2
              Quote: atalef
              when Iranian gas comes to Europe and its price is 100 pounds

              Well, the price is unlikely to fall. New gas will be sold at the same price - buyers are already used to it. But the volumes will be redistributed between Gazprom and the new seller. Taking into account the fact that everyone predicts consumption growth in Europe, this means that the situation in Russia, at least, will not worsen.
              There will be no super-profit, well, that means it will be so ...
          2. Rusich51
            Rusich51 22 October 2013 17: 51
            0
            Competently Magadan. We are not afraid of our agriculture and our industry and any ghouls. To you +.
  3. aszzz888
    aszzz888 18 October 2013 08: 54
    +2
    Hence, the main task of Russia's foreign policy in the Middle East in 2014 will be, in the opinion of the author, the prevention of the “democratization” of Syria - that is, its destruction.


    The policy is correct and it is simply necessary to adhere to it, and not to allow the "democratizers" to reshape everything in their own way. From merikatosnoy politics only war and devastation.
  4. Igor39
    Igor39 18 October 2013 08: 59
    0
    Even the Gulf monarchies are reorienting to Europe, they feel that problems are coming in the USA
    1. Babon
      Babon 18 October 2013 09: 11
      +1
      In fact, this year the USA caught up with Russia in hydrocarbon production, and in the future they plan to overtake it, so they no longer need hydrocarbons from Arabia. And Qatar has bought gas tankers, they are very expensive, because they have to swim somewhere, at least pay for the purchase. Both Qatar and Iran have the same natural gas field, in general, whoever pumps out the most, Iran’s interests are more affected. In general, Algeria sells a lot of gas to Europe, and the future fate of this country is also interesting to me.
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 18 October 2013 09: 26
        13
        Quote: Babon
        Qatar has bought gas tankers, they are very expensive, because they have to swim somewhere, at least pay for the purchase.
        Something tells me that if the catarrh continues to grow stronger, then its tankers may suddenly explode ... You never know what happens on board ... Someone will throw a goby in the wrong place or turn off the boiler ... repeat
        1. evgeny1td
          evgeny1td 18 October 2013 09: 59
          +6
          good idea for our specialists
        2. Mikhail3
          Mikhail3 18 October 2013 11: 27
          +9
          There are unspoken but very firm agreements. For example, do not interfere with the transportation of raw materials with blood. What is worth drowning the Qatari hydrocarbon fleet? Yes bullshit ...
          But nothing that thousands of kilometers of pipes have been laid across our territory and the territory of not always friendly neighbors? Can you imagine what their protection costs now? It is unlikely ... But I assure you, including as a specialist - sufficient protection from professional terrorist groups that will attack methodically ... Remember on the map of the Great Patriotic War? Here the line of opposition will be longer. And the amount of protection will be comparable to two or three armies. And you have to distract the best on this matter. And we don’t have them ...
          Now enemies through tenth hands sometimes organize "accidents". And the SB of Gazprom and the state special services are beating them from each other. And believe me, everyone is busy. A direct attack will be truly destructive for us.
          1. Walker1975
            Walker1975 18 October 2013 15: 51
            +2
            You're right. I am amazed by people who are bleeding from the idea of ​​what they can do and even not counting the return stroke. And let's bomb Qatar! Let's blow up their tankers! What's next?

            There already Russia once in the 19th century tried to capture the straits without calculating the reaction of its neighbors. It ended with the Crimean War and the flooding of the Black Sea Fleet.

            So nothing but harm to Russia brings such talk.
      2. Mature naturalist
        Mature naturalist 19 October 2013 01: 17
        0
        Quote: Babon
        And Qatar has bought gas tankers, they are very expensive, because they have to swim somewhere, at least pay for the purchase

        Let them put them on a joke and make something stationary from them, like Queen Elizabeth 2 - in the news they told her that she would now be a hotel. As a ship nobody needs anyone - there is no where to go, there are no ports where they can receive it.
  5. morpogr
    morpogr 18 October 2013 09: 02
    +4
    These bearded democrats must be urgently sent to the United States to build a new united Sharia of America.
    1. Van
      Van 19 October 2013 12: 15
      +1
      Quote: morpogr
      These bearded democrats must be urgently sent to the United States to build a new united Sharia of America.


      It’s stupid of course, but I think that they should not only be sent there, but also helped by all possible means ... lol
  6. pensioner
    pensioner 18 October 2013 09: 12
    +9
    Thanks Oleg!
    Up to sixty percent of those fighting in Syria against Assad are notorious thugs.

    And 40%, then - the cutthroats are moderate ... Ie. they cut off their heads. But cry at the same time ...
  7. Echo
    Echo 18 October 2013 09: 20
    27
    The enemy cannot be defeated by defense, you need to go on the offensive. Saudi Arabia and Qatar are only 30 million (28 million Saudis and 2 million Qataris) obese and overweight freaks who are just lucky with abundant supplies of oil and gas, and therefore they think they are who knows who. Can you remember at least one world famous Saudi scientist, composer, engineer, doctor? I don’t think so. And all because, purely mentally, the Saudis and Qataris still remain stupid Bedouin savages stuck in the early Middle Ages - they are not even able to build a normal civil society, and therefore they live in a despotic society ruled by disgusting obscurantist religious under-laws. Their brains do not develop beyond camels, rams, blood feud and plunder - other countries do everything for them for oil. With a clear mind and good health, I declare: in fact, the Saudis and Qataris are just a bunch of mentally limited savages who, by chance, have become too rich and now passionately desirous of gaining absolute power. However, nothing smarter than the so-called. These limitrophes are not able to invent a "world caliphate".

    Now, let’s remember that on the other side of the Persian Gulf live 80 million Iranians who are very well armed, who WANT to be friends with Russia, and whom the Saudis and Katars quite openly oppressed for centuries. What is happening around Iran now - I won’t even comment. Let's remember Iraq, with its 30 million inhabitants, who perfectly understand who held out their raking legs to their wealth ... And let's not forget about the 20 million Syrians who are beginning to understand better and better, hu from hu in their part of the world .. ... you just need to turn the situation in the right direction, and then no loot will help the Wahhabis.

    Every creature needs to speak its language. Attempts to conduct a civilized dialogue with a handful of mentally defective fanatics make no sense. They just need to be crushed from all directions. If necessary - stupidly shoot like dogs of their political leaders, provoke civil strife, arrange sabotage at oil facilities. And best of all - to pit them with their main friends - America.

    The devil is not so terrible as he is painted.
    1. Babon
      Babon 18 October 2013 09: 30
      10
      And with Libya it turned out interestingly, they overthrew Gaddafi, that's all. They cannot offer any technologies, the new authorities again turned to Russia, since they cannot offer anything from the Arabian Peninsula except Sharia. True, some kind of setup recently in Libya was, in my opinion, not easy. And yes, they themselves live according to medieval concepts, and they want to throw others back 500 years. Vaughn recently, the Saudi prince freaked out that the UN Security Council would not decide to bomb Syria in any way, like "some countries" have a monopoly right to vote. And the Saudis, I wonder how they deserve the right to decide to bomb Syria?
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 18 October 2013 09: 51
        +5
        Quote: Babon
        But the Saudis, I wonder what earned the right to decide to bomb Syria?

        Any country that has carefully studied Uncle Sam's anus will automatically receive such a right.
    2. max702
      max702 18 October 2013 09: 53
      +2
      You just described our Caucasus in colors! Everything is exactly the same there, but the scale is smaller good
    3. Walker1975
      Walker1975 18 October 2013 15: 57
      +3
      So what do you suggest? Start a war against the CA and Qatar, along with Iran and Syria?
      Are you sure that only 30 million Saudi and Qatar will oppose you? And will the NATO countries admire this? Remember the story of the occupation of Kuwait?

      By the way, Iran now has a task to get out of the embargo, and Syria has its own problems. They will not go to the CA and Qatar.
      1. e3tozy
        e3tozy 20 October 2013 23: 22
        0
        No, it seems that this is the situation. In 2012 everything turned out in their favor (SA and Qatar), a competent attack on Damascus and other cities. Now Fortune has shown them her ass. Almost the entire command of the militants has been destroyed; they have nothing to bring to Geneva 2. In principle, all this can push them to more decisive actions than simply preparing and arming this herd, which now is more engaged in self-destruction than in war with Bashar. Here Russia is likely to say its word.
    4. alone
      alone 18 October 2013 21: 51
      +1
      Well, once the Saddam wanted to punish these obese oil barons and the whole world remembers what came of it. I want so that Iran also stepped on the same rake. Then no one will help Iran.
      1. 31231
        31231 18 October 2013 22: 34
        +1
        Bggg. Well, let the young man dream. Fantasy they are, yes.
  8. alekseyal
    alekseyal 18 October 2013 09: 29
    10
    The more terrorists will be destroyed in Syria, the less these terrorists will then come to us in the North Caucasus and other regions of Russia.
  9. Ddhal
    Ddhal 18 October 2013 09: 36
    16
    Syria, as an ally, we must defend.
    But all these arguments about gas and oil are from the evil one.
    It is time for us to start using the brain already and stop squandering hydrocarbon reserves belonging to us, our children and grandchildren to the right and left. Moreover, everyone is so fiercely defending the interests of Gazprom and oil companies, as if they are one and all shareholders of these, and do not pay for gas at frankly high prices. Think, we, being rightfully born owners of the subsoil, enrich the oligarchs who prefer short-term profits to investments in efficient processing equipment. Why is the average cost of fuel in Saudi about 4 rubles, and in Venezuela about 6?
    Why do we have to pay for the greed of trans-corporations and the incompetence of the authorities?
    1. Babon
      Babon 18 October 2013 09: 46
      +3
      Yes, that's okay, from time to time you hear from them that the price is unprofitable, it seems that in Russia it is not particularly profitable for them to sell gasoline. In general, it is a paradox, they do not create this oil out of thin air, so that they can worry about income, as it is written in the Constitution, they pump out what belongs to everyone. In general, for the fact that they are pumping, everyone is obliged to build housing and roads, and everyone is shaking for income. Like advertising on TV I watch "Property of Russia" less in football it is necessary to sponsor like any Schalke.
    2. max702
      max702 18 October 2013 09: 58
      +2
      You are right, there are a lot of questions to the home "kataryshs", but as practice has shown, foreign ones are even worse, let's start with them, and then you look and press our own to the nail.
    3. George
      George 18 October 2013 12: 16
      +2
      Quote: DDHAL
      It is time for us to start using the brain already and stop squandering hydrocarbon reserves belonging to us, our children and grandchildren to the right and left. Moreover, everyone is so fiercely defending the interests of Gazprom and oil companies, as if they are one and all shareholders of these, and do not pay for gas at frankly high prices. Think, we, being rightfully born owners of the subsoil, enrich the oligarchs who prefer short-term profits to investments in efficient processing equipment

      I fully support. Everyone is so worried about hydrocarbon markets, although they weren't there. In general, I was shocked, Bosch, while I was still alive, said that the engine on the water could work (I suspect that therefore his death was sudden), and what? So when was this? Really from modern megabash people nobody suggested something similar? Especially considering the political role of resources and the dependence of some states on these resources. Gotta go crazy what
  10. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 18 October 2013 09: 45
    +4
    Do not lag behind Syria .. all the same !! There are many Russian citizens and immigrants from Russia living in Syria, so I think that Syria has only one way out: to conclude an agreement with us on mutual assistance (military economic), joining the CSTO TC, etc. Well, something like that .. They will devour it sooner or later and then Russia will not say hello.
  11. denson06
    denson06 18 October 2013 09: 57
    +2
    Oleg Chuvakin is right, as always .. it is necessary to quickly eliminate the entire infection and establish control and integrity on the territory of the country .. control over the borders ..
  12. Peaceful military
    Peaceful military 18 October 2013 10: 04
    +2
    Gas is a side effect, but the transformation of Syria into Libya is already something.
    As someone used to say: "everything is just beginning."
  13. igor67
    igor67 18 October 2013 10: 29
    +1
    Cairo does not stand on ceremony with Syrian refugees, even with children

    An international human rights group on Thursday called on Egyptian authorities to end the policy of detaining Syrian refugees.

    According to human rights activists, Egyptians illegally detain refugees from Syria, including children. Then they are forcibly returned to their homeland, where a civil war is raging.

    Amnesty International said hundreds of people who fled from bloodshed in Syria chose Egypt as their refuge. Among them are many children without parents, who are also detained for a long time in poor conditions or deported to their homeland, often sharing them with their families.

    A UK-based group said its activists found among refugees detained .. year-old twins.
  14. Strashila
    Strashila 18 October 2013 10: 42
    0
    There is a good example here ... Afghanistan, where war has been going on for a decade under one or another slogan ... but the goal is the same, to prevent hydrocarbons from Central Asia to the South-Asian region through pipelines. So the partition of Syria is not really good will lead, it’s always easier to negotiate with one than with a dozen ... and here is a good example of Libya, they wanted free oil ... and what’s the result.
  15. igor67
    igor67 18 October 2013 10: 57
    0
    A monument to Christ was erected in Syria: military operations were stopped for the duration of the work

    publication time: October 17 2013, 15: 06
    last updated: October 17 2013, 15: 08



    This week, in the Syrian city of Seidnaya, located on the pilgrimage route from Constantinople to Jerusalem, a sculptural composition entitled "I Came to Save the World" was installed, in the center of which stands a statue of Christ.

    Writes about this on Thursday, October 17, the portal "Interfax-Religion" with reference to the press service of the MDA.

    The sculpture is located on the territory of the Cherubic Monastery, which is located on the top of the mountain of the same name with a height of 2100 meters. The curator of this peacekeeping project was the Moscow Theological Academy.

    The monument was erected on October 14, on the day of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary and on the eve of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha. It is separately noted that for three days, while work was underway on the installation of the monument, the warring parties suspended military operations in the area.

    Recall that on the eve of about 50.000 Christians in Syria turned to the Russian Foreign Ministry with a request to provide them with asylum and citizenship.

    "We, Christians of Kalamuna, living in the settlements of Seidnaya, Maara Seidnaya, Maalul and Maaruna, for the first time since the birth of Christ, are under the threat of expulsion from our land," the press quotes the statement of the Syrians. The authors of this message argue that between death and wandering through refugee camps, they would choose death.

    The letter also says that while their homeland is being attacked by terrorists, they see Russia as a "powerful factor of peace and stability," where the authorities, as well as the Russian Orthodox Church, stand guard over the interests of the population.
  16. Sergeant
    Sergeant 18 October 2013 11: 04
    0
    Quote: Strashila
    ... a good example of Libya, they wanted free oil ... and what’s the result.


    And they got free oil: the so-called "trans-national companies" perfectly pump oil from Libya and at the same time practically for nothing (there is no state, as such, you can not pay ..., data on the amount of pumped out oil should be underestimated, although they pump, in almost the same volumes ...)
    Look for which TNCs pump oil, see who controls the financial flows from the profits of these companies - and there will be an answer: who needs this.
    Who needs this dollar-driven "chaos"?
  17. aud13
    aud13 18 October 2013 11: 20
    +3
    Quote: DDHAL
    It is time for us to start using the brain already and stop squandering hydrocarbon reserves belonging to us, our children and grandchildren to the right and left. Moreover, everyone is so fiercely defending the interests of Gazprom and oil companies, as if they are one and all shareholders of these, and do not pay for gas at frankly high prices. Think, we, being rightfully born owners of the subsoil, enrich the oligarchs who prefer short-term profits to investments in efficient processing equipment. Why is the average cost of fuel in Saudi about 4 rubles, and in Venezuela about 6? Why should you and I pay for the greed of transports and the incompetence of the authorities?

    Of course, it's time to use the brains. Another thing is that we cannot immediately take and stop the supply of gas, oil and other resources. Substitutions in full cannot be immediately found. It is necessary to do this necessarily but consistently. As for the greed of transcorporations, it seems to me a twofold question:
    1. Regarding the insane increase in prices for gas and oil products for our own population - I completely agree
    2. Regarding overpricing for other countries - perhaps not.
    Sorry why we should give our resources cheaply as the EEC wishes. After all, they are doing everything in order to get gas and oil for nothing. And they introduce some kind of protocols, and they impose sanctions on Gazprom, they go to court and put sticks in their wheels with regard to new gas pipelines, and they are also trying to pit us between individual suppliers. Remember the recent Greenpeace provocations regarding the capture of a rig. That is, on the whole, they are trying to spoil the front by all possible means.
    And what should we do in response - what to hang up our hands and sigh sadly or what?
    No, let’s do this: to live with wolves - howl like a wolf. Moreover, the position of Russia in relation to Syria is much more fair even the attitude of Western countries - which act on the principle that it is beneficial for us.
    I'm not talking about the fact that Syria is our ally with whom we have long-standing trade and economic relations through which we can pursue our policy in the Middle East.
    Therefore, I believe that the question of the greed and incompetence of our authorities is very important in itself, but in the context of supporting Syria, it does not stand at all - this is completely different
  18. Avenich
    Avenich 18 October 2013 11: 37
    +3
    Finally, an article appeared reflecting the true state of things happening around Syria.
    Thanks to the author for the material provided.
  19. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 18 October 2013 12: 30
    +6
    it's like that. and Syria must be armed with acceleration. no options
  20. tennis
    tennis 18 October 2013 13: 26
    0
    A sensible, and most importantly true article, on the background of the circulation of our press.
  21. Ahmed Osmanov
    Ahmed Osmanov 18 October 2013 13: 36
    +1
    Quote: Civil
    For a long time I urge to bomb Qatar, this enemy country, the leaders of the militants of the North Caucasus are hiding there,

    Absolutely right! They not only hide there, but also learn.
  22. sargus
    sargus 18 October 2013 14: 19
    +1
    I support the opinion that the materials of this article (if possible supplemented by other evidence-based facts) should be distributed in our country by the most popular
    by the media.

    On my own behalf, I appeal to the editors of the esteemed website "Voennoye Obozreniye" to hand over the article materials to the editors of the leading mass media.
    I want to see how they know how to love their homeland!
    1. Hudo
      Hudo 18 October 2013 21: 54
      0
      Quote: sargus
      On my own behalf, I appeal to the editors of the esteemed website "Voennoye Obozreniye" to hand over the article materials to the editors of the leading mass media.
      I want to see how they know how to love their homeland!

      With love for the motherland, unfortunately, um ... not very well there. Don't you see it yourself?
  23. Garik
    Garik 18 October 2013 14: 59
    0
    Everyone is trying to sell hydrocarbons now when they are more than ever worth the price ... Progress does not stand still and this is why it is in such a hurry to get more oil and gas dollars. Fill the world economy now, and everything that was important yesterday today will become meaningless, including the current war!
  24. Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 18 October 2013 15: 01
    0
    Always said - Qatar needs to bang. And to declare it is not us, we don’t know the business, it’s generally Israel. And stand your ground.
  25. Alexandr0id
    Alexandr0id 18 October 2013 15: 12
    +1
    that's right, we need an Assad in Syria so that he doesn't let us build an alternative gas pipeline. the construction of such a gas pipeline does not interfere with Syria in any way, moreover, it would be a major investment project for a not the richest country, BUT vassal dependence on Iran and "friendly" relations with Russia did not allow Assad to come to an agreement with the Arabians before the war. and now, in order to prevent them from having a competing gas pipeline, we and Iran agree to an endless civil war in this country.
    and there is no need to smear the snot about universal values, opposition to American imperialism and Islamic fundamentalism. it’s all just a dough.
    1. Magadan
      Magadan 18 October 2013 16: 59
      +2
      Is there evidence that Russia is contributing to this endless war?
      Is there evidence that Russia has ever resorted to such vile tactics for the sake of earning dough by a certain narrow circle of people?
      I don’t have any illusions about our rulers, but I wouldn’t blame our country for such a purely Anglo-Saxon meanness!
      If we proceed from the benefits, then the US strike on Syria was also beneficial to us, because oil would skyrocket. And there was also a chance that Iran would block the strait. And our anti-aircraft defense could break off a fleeting war in the bud and keep oil at the level of 200 bucks for 5-6 years. But for some reason we did not. Which gives me hope that ours are not so mean in their geopolitics, as, for example, the Anglo-Saxons. And we do not want eternal war in Syria.
      1. Alexandr0id
        Alexandr0id 18 October 2013 18: 20
        0
        stop demonizing the Anglo-Saxons, the Jews, and whom you still hate there. everyone has their own goals, all of these goals are achieved without hesitation in means. in this sense we are no better than them. our leadership (like the American one) does not shun contract killings for money and power, and you talk about some meanness. only business, nothing personal.
        a short-term war in Syria in the event of a strike by the us and allies would raise oil prices just as briefly, moreover, the Gulf countries would very likely not go up in price inflation, as their American and European allies would not like it. and there wouldn’t be any global confrontation, our air defenses would still guard our sky, not the Syrian one, Iran would be indignant, but in no case would block the strait, because it is a suicidal move, and Ayatollah is not.
        and it is us, and not the Saudis and Qatars, and even more so the Turks, who are most satisfied with the endless Syrian war. The Arab-Turkish goal is to end this war as soon as possible and get all the benefits for which they are fighting.
  26. nazgul-ishe
    nazgul-ishe 18 October 2013 17: 49
    +1
    We in Syria have interests (base, investments in production, the arms market, etc.), which means they should seriously protect. Otherwise, we will have to write off debts and lose the market, and Syria is solvent.
    1. alone
      alone 18 October 2013 21: 54
      0
      I did not know that the PMT is a full-fledged base what
      1. nazgul-ishe
        nazgul-ishe 21 October 2013 02: 00
        0
        I agree, it is difficult to name two pontoons and a barn base.
        The presence of at least a few military foundations to create a full-blown base. The indecision of our commanders does not play into the hands of us.
  27. Rapier
    Rapier 18 October 2013 17: 56
    +5
    according to the author ... the fate of Czechoslovakia was decided in Munich, but without its representatives, etc. .....
    and a year later, but already in Moscow, the fate of Poland was decayed, but without its representatives. It is not true that the same fate for these two countries is in the hands of dictators. History is interpreted as who benefits.
    Now about Syria, it is clear that Bashar has not caved in under the United States and its sponsors. Then there was a beloved stupid trick of the United States called "democracy". The question for Bashar is simple, but angry, if he survives, then he will live, if not, he will end his life in a ravine or on the side of the road in a ditch, there is no third.
    In general, we must wish the guy flexible bullishness, and defeat this Islamist riffraff!
  28. dixonis
    dixonis 18 October 2013 18: 50
    0
    Quote: Negoro
    Qatar should not be bombed, but a national liberation movement should be organized there, a little more should be paid to the leaders of the Syrian militants and they, with a whoop and whoop, will run to Qatar to "liberate the people", while we, with tears in our eyes, need to sympathize with the Qatari leadership and pay extra for the newly formed internal opposition. Then Qatar will have no time for gas, oil and Syria.

    This is what you need to do. At the same time, raise the nook in Arabia itself.
  29. TAIM
    TAIM 18 October 2013 20: 56
    +3
    it’s not clear what Israeli citizens here with foam at the mouth prove that how Russia will be bad. pipelines. monarchy of the bay. terrorists of all stripes. Syria will fall. Iran will rise. The Saudis will spread their influence throughout the Middle East. in this context, Israel will flourish ??? Do not be afraid that then all the destructive elements will rush to you in a crowd. they have long been saying that it’s time to dump Israel into the sea. or think that the wall that they built will save you. or maybe your nuclear weapon. fighting more than half a century has not yet bothered. hope in the States they will cover you with their breasts.
  30. Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. 18 October 2013 21: 54
    0
    In any case, we have to support Assad. And what a mess happened there, which seems to be beneficial to us, we did not arrange it. Assad is a legitimate president and the rest is blah blah blah bullshit. Even the gas pipeline is not better than Qatarsky, remembering their activities in the Caucasus. Although Iranian is also not an ice, it seems that the United States has boiled friendly feelings towards Iran (this is what the pan with bubbles from under the lid seems to be). In the case of the construction of the gas pipeline, Iran will surely rise in the Caspian Sea, where it has claims to us. In this connection, the Caucasus is also nearby. Well, we’ll survive this as usual, it’s interesting who doesn’t have any complaints about Russia around us. Gazprom has to look for ways to minimize losses, and for now it remains to pursue its policy, and there maybe a donkey or maybe ...
    1. Walker1975
      Walker1975 19 October 2013 00: 01
      0
      Assad Jr. absolutely legitimately received power from the pope, who absolutely legitimately received it during a military coup
  31. catapractic
    catapractic 18 October 2013 23: 02
    +1
    Qatar sucks in Syria in full - even if Assad wanders through Syria, he will preserve the Alavite region-Tartus and Latakia because it is a matter of life and death, the Alawites for the Salafis are Jahiliya (heresy) and with heretics in the Middle Ages and even with the bestial mentality ... In general, the Alawites, Christians, Ismailis ... in short, all who are not Sunnis will stand to their deaths and the Alavite mountains will be separated and the coast will be blowing off Qatar (meaning a sperm pipeline) and not a gas pipeline
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 19 October 2013 00: 08
      +1
      In general, Hezbollah has shown itself excellently. The Shiites there fight with any evil spirits very worthily! This is the Shiite battalion "Liwa al-Imam al-Hasan al-Mujtaba"
  32. Day 11
    Day 11 19 October 2013 00: 14
    +1
    A few photos of Hesbollah in Syria. Pay attention to the upgrade.
  33. Day 11
    Day 11 19 October 2013 00: 16
    +1
    They are the same. Pay attention to the patch (Hezbollah)
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  35. Day 11
    Day 11 19 October 2013 00: 38
    0
    Hezbollah in action [media = http: //videos.videopress.com/SJv9xtfj/compilation-of-lihm-operations_fmt1
    .ogv]
  36. vvpll
    vvpll 19 October 2013 02: 58
    0
    There is no need for Russian competitors.
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 19 October 2013 03: 04
      +3
      I don’t consider Hezbollah a terrorist organization! They are our allies (unlike Hamas)! They NEED help
      1. Wooden jo
        Wooden jo 19 October 2013 17: 02
        -2
        Allies in what? How did they help you? What are your common interests? They kind of killed civilians in Israel.
  37. I think so
    I think so 21 October 2013 22: 01
    +1
    Russia needs to IMMEDIATELY begin deliveries to Syria of the MOST modern weapons and instructors on a large scale ... If this is not done TODAY then tomorrow all gas and oil pipes leading to Geyropa can be closed. It’s cheaper to put a lot of weapons, which are already supposed to be disposed of or written off, than then to think what to do with the DEVICE and unnecessary pipes in Geyropu.