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Gangsters fired on a delegation from Jordan, and a new fake resolution is being prepared in the General Assembly.

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Gangsters fired on a delegation from Jordan, and a new fake resolution is being prepared in the General Assembly.



Terrorists in Syria continue to bombard residential buildings with mortars, blow up buses, kill and maim innocent people. Not only Syrians suffer from their actions. The other day, Damascus was visited by a delegation consisting of Jordanian writers, scholars and other members of the intelligentsia. They were received at a high level, met with the vice-president of Syria, with other officials. And this is not the first delegation from other Arab countries, which comes with a friendly visit. Yes, delegations come, despite the fact that many Arab rulers are in the wake of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, that the League of Arab States, controlled by the same medieval but rich monarchies, betrayed Syria, expelled it from its ranks and, together with the West participation in the persecution of the brotherly country. Someone such visits - like a bone in the throat.

And the delegates decided to take revenge. When they are intelligent, mostly gray-haired people, 21 November returned home, in the province of Daraa, near the Syrian-Jordanian border, their bus ran into the "hellish car" laid by the terrorists. Fortunately, there were no dead. But five people, including a woman, were injured.

Apparently, the goal of the terrorists was not only to take revenge on the Jordanians for supporting Syria, but also to intimidate those who want to visit the country and learn the truth about what is happening. But, despite the experience, the guests said that extremists would not be able to break and intimidate the patriots, who from the very beginning expressed solidarity with the Syrian brothers.

In addition, on the same day, six residents of Damascus were injured as a result of gangster attacks on the metropolitan quarters of Rukn-ed-Din, Bab Touma, Al-Kassa, Abbassiin and Masaken Barze. In addition, three people were killed and 25 injured in the city of Homs from similar mortar attacks.

22 November Al-Kassa quarter again became the target of the militants. The hospital was shelled, two people were injured. There are wounded in the city of Jaramana, to which five shells fell that day.

In addition, the Islamists damaged a Christian shrine in Sednaia - the Cherubim monastery, where two citizens were injured.

In the meantime, a meeting of the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly on Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs was held. And it adopted a draft resolution against Syria, proposed by Saudi Arabia. This resolution will then be discussed at the UN General Assembly. In it, Syria is condemned for "violating human rights."

123 delegations voted in favor. Among them are co-authors of the opus, including Britain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and even Libya, where after the overthrow of Gaddafi, blood is shed daily, prisoners are subjected to barbaric torture, and in Tripoli there are clashes between local and Misrata bandits. But for some reason, those who came to power on NATO bayonets are more concerned about the protection of human rights in Syria.

Against the next biased document, which is based on lies and falsehood, 13 states voted - this is Syria itself, and also Russia, China, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Belarus, Zimbabwe, Uzbekistan, Iran, North Korea, Bolivia, Ecuador. 46 countries abstained.

The meeting was addressed by the Permanent Representative of Syria to the UN, Bashar Al-Jafari, who pointed out that the Saudi, Qatari and Turkish regimes are supporting the gangs that kill the Syrians. And the fact that Saudi Arabia was the one who proposed a resolution on human rights in Syria is paradoxical. After all, the authorities of Saudi Arabia are the last side that can talk about such concepts as human rights. Women there can not even leave the house without a man, they are forbidden to drive a car. The country does not know what an election is, its citizens are deprived of elementary political rights. “In Syria, a parliament was created as early as June 1919, and women were represented in it,” Al-Jafari recalled. “And now, after almost 100 years, the regime of Saudi Arabia is trying to teach us the lessons of democracy and human rights,” he said.

In addition, speaking after the vote on the draft fake resolution, the diplomat noted that it is the Saudi and Qatari regimes that are responsible for the supply of toxic substances to terrorists. The same regimes ordered the militants to use chemical weapons in order to accuse the Syrian government.

However, Russia also condemned this scribble. The Russian Foreign Ministry pointed out that this resolution is one-sided, and it does not go in line with the agreements on holding a peace conference "Geneva-2".

Ahead is the UN General Assembly meeting, at which this resolution will also be passed. But who will raise the question of the Syrians, who die every day as a result of the terrorist shelling of peaceful cities? And about the violation of the rights of Jordanians who were injured and mortally at risk only for daring to visit a fraternal country?
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  2. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 23 November 2013 08: 05 New
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    The region itself is a huge powder keg and the Saudis sit and think if they explode they will become winners. The brains were completely lost or there were none at all. request
    1. kartalovkolya
      kartalovkolya 23 November 2013 09: 40 New
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      Perhaps you are right, but it still seems to me that they have the psychology of camel drivers: if something happens for camels and in the desert, but not at the right time, and if it really explodes, then only desert sand will be left from their little world! (Without camels and drovers)
    2. Rusich51
      Rusich51 23 November 2013 16: 55 New
      +2
      The Saudis in Russia continue to dirty along with the West.
      If the Jews became an ally of Russia in the BV, many problems would be solved.
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 24 November 2013 03: 28 New
        +4
        If the Jews became an ally of Russia in the BV, many problems would be solved.


        Nafig-nafig, from such allies. This is even worse than the Allied Arabs. Among them, at least Assad come across occasionally.
      2. 11111mail.ru
        11111mail.ru 24 November 2013 06: 16 New
        +2
        Quote: Rusich51
        If the Jews became an ally of Russia

        Save us, Lord, from such "friends", and we will somehow get rid of enemies ourselves!
    3. poquello
      poquello 23 November 2013 17: 02 New
      +9
      Quote: Alexander Romanov
      The region itself is a huge powder keg and the Saudis sit and think if they explode they will become winners. The brains were completely lost or there were none at all. request

      Well, they began to explain to them more specifically
      "Iran learned about the intrigues of the Saudi Arabs and the content of secret negotiations in Tel Aviv. Tehran realized that Saudi Arabia entered an open war against it - a terrorist attack similar to the one that was organized two days ago in Beirut - not the work of a loner or a breakaway group We are talking about state terrorism.
      The bombardment of the Saudi checkpoint by Jaysh al-Mukhtar is a reminder to the Saudis that Iran also has its trump cards - first of all, several thousand armed Shiite Huthi militants in Yemen.
      In this light, Iran's message to the KSA is clear - it can strike Saudi territory unexpectedly, in different places and at any time. Jaysh al-Mukhtar's action was undoubtedly coordinated with Tehran. "
      http://3mv.ru/publ/pervoe_voennoe_preduprezhdenie_irana_saudovskoj_aravii/1-1-0-
      21073
    4. Army1
      Army1 23 November 2013 23: 30 New
      +1
      They will not lag behind Syria so easily, especially against the background of the "successes" of the SSA.
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 24 November 2013 03: 29 New
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        Theoretically, yes. And practically something does not stick to them.
  3. Same lech
    Same lech 23 November 2013 08: 10 New
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    people were sitting, they didn’t bother anyone, but on top of a mine from militants.
    1. Yazov
      Yazov 23 November 2013 17: 29 New
      +8
      In the foreground, a woman's intuition worked. She felt an explosion. Pay attention to the first seconds of the video.
    2. APASUS
      APASUS 23 November 2013 23: 49 New
      +1
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      people were sitting, they didn’t bother anyone, but on top of a mine from militants.

      This is not a mine for sure. Look carefully at the destruction. It is impossible to twist a meter of such a fence. If only from a heavy mortar with a caliber over 102 mm
  4. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 23 November 2013 09: 35 New
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    Yes, the former camel drivers, who never got out of the Middle Ages, are becoming legislators of "democracy"! There is something to think about, but isn't it time to seriously tackle this rabble, which has been preventing people from living in peace for more than a decade. to provide Syria with such assistance that there will be no memory of the gangster rabble and memories! And probably it's time to pass a resolution against the mercenaries through the UN: being caught with weapons in a foreign country is the highest measure!
  5. Ddhal
    Ddhal 23 November 2013 10: 20 New
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    Remember how in the old film "Don't be afraid, I'm with you" the bandit sings:
    "It's a pity, a good person is an intellectual. You stab him in the back and don't expect an answer."

    As long as there are people born of females and not mothers, a stab in the back should never be excluded ..
    1. SHILO
      SHILO 23 November 2013 16: 40 New
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      Ddhal
      "It's a pity, a good person is an intellectual. You stab him in the back and don't expect an answer."


      Well, talking to them as animals. My favorite video.

  6. AVV
    AVV 23 November 2013 10: 58 New
    +7
    The Saudis want to play the first violin in the intervention in Syria, and it seems they have succeeded so far !!! They will not give up their plans, a lot is at stake !!! There will only play a time factor!
  7. FormerMariman
    FormerMariman 23 November 2013 12: 23 New
    +4
    And who is minus Gromova that rotten troll!
    1. atalef
      atalef 23 November 2013 12: 30 New
      -6
      Quote: Former Mariman
      And who is minus Gromova that rotten troll!

      And still
      Who is the last - that d..rak, Who did not hide - I'm not to blame
      Dad will buy me a goat - I won’t show you
      Petka - smokes tobacco, doesn’t sleep at home, steals matches, kisses girls, his mother is looking for, and he will whistle in the garbage.
      Crybaby, wax, shoe polish On the nose is a hot pancake!

      Well and so on - children's horror stories
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 23 November 2013 16: 28 New
        +7
        And there is such a thing.

        Who responded, he and oboza
      2. alone
        alone 23 November 2013 18: 18 New
        +2
        In a word, kindergarten!
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 24 November 2013 03: 23 New
          +2
          No, just trolling techniques require an answer.
  8. alone
    alone 23 November 2013 12: 35 New
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    what kind of talk can there be about human rights if a civil war is going on in a country and people die under bombs and shells?
  9. Migari
    Migari 23 November 2013 12: 45 New
    +5
    After all, the Saudi authorities are the last side that can talk about concepts such as human rights
    The whole point is who is the "foster-son", of course, an "exclusive" nation, with double standards of democracy.
  10. novobranets
    novobranets 23 November 2013 14: 04 New
    +7
    Finally, the bandits were called bandits, and not tolerantly rebels.
    Quote: kartalovkolya
    Yes, the former camel drivers, who never made it out of the Middle Ages, are becoming the legislators of "democracy"!

    To the savage, "kind, democratic uncles" were given modern weapons in their hands, showed how and at whom to shoot, and promised a beautiful, green piece of paper if they hit him. What political motives might he have? Murder for the sake of murder. Such must be destroyed on the spot. Seek and destroy. So that this infection does not remain, otherwise it will creep out in another place.
    Quote: lonely
    what kind of talk can there be about human rights if a civil war is going on in a country and people die under bombs and shells?

    You are right, but why do these people sit in coffee shops (look, young, healthy foreheads on rollers), walk around the streets and shops, make their own gesheft when others are fighting to protect them. If you got up all together, you would have ended this nightmare long ago. Or waiting for an argument to fall on their head? request
    1. novobranets
      novobranets 23 November 2013 14: 09 New
      +6
      PS
      Quote: kartalovkolya
      And probably it’s time to pass through the UN a resolution against the mercenaries: I got the same measure with a weapon in a foreign country!

      The UN has become spineless, and such a resolution will not be missed. Och.ko bench press.
  11. Ivanovich47
    Ivanovich47 23 November 2013 14: 15 New
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    The cynicism of Britain, America and their satellites as always unlimited. B. Assad, defending the sovereignty of the country declared human rights violators, and the bandits who cut the heads and devour the hearts of the Syrians are fighters for "freedom". The West has completely gone crazy!
    1. Gunsmith
      Gunsmith 23 November 2013 14: 47 New
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      Yes, the West did not go crazy - it always has been. What, the policy of * double standards * professed by the West, has appeared today? Remember the story.
  12. individual
    individual 23 November 2013 14: 21 New
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    Look who is for Syria:
    "Russia, China, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, Belarus, Zimbabwe, Uzbekistan, Iran, North Korea, Bolivia, Ecuador".
    And who pours water to the US mill, the Saudis and other Qatari people.
    Where is Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan?
    Why Russia spoils them with its acquaintance with itself and why, when it concerns a specific case these "allys" from the bushes lookhow will it end?
    1. UmaR
      UmaR 23 November 2013 19: 46 New
      0
      Absolutely correct! yes
  13. Genur
    Genur 23 November 2013 14: 39 New
    +6
    Both yours and ours.
  14. cap-blood
    cap-blood 23 November 2013 15: 00 New
    +6
    Unfortunately, these are all links in one geopolitical strategy once voiced by Dulles. Now everything is being prepared much closer to Syria, in Ukraine: read the link to Tsarev’s interview (on this page).
  15. Beck
    Beck 23 November 2013 16: 05 New
    -16 qualifying.
    Gromova. Aw.

    I remember your angry report in which you wrote with pathos about some ragged basement where oppositionists in flasks and test tubes stirred up poisonous substances and tested them on rabbits or mice.

    What do you say now? When the UN Commission closed 23 industrial enterprises and warehouses in which Assad manufactured industrially chemical warfare agents and kept them in huge quantities.

    Are you not confused by imbalances? Or the most "ancient profession" from the very first day is characterized by misinformation, distortion, PR, etc.
    1. poquello
      poquello 23 November 2013 16: 34 New
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      Quote: Beck
      Gromova. Aw.
      I remember your angry report in which you wrote with pathos about some ragged basement where oppositionists in flasks and test tubes stirred up poisonous substances and tested them on rabbits or mice.
      What do you say now? When the UN Commission closed 23 industrial enterprises and warehouses in which Assad manufactured industrially chemical warfare agents and kept them in huge quantities.

      This is not even funny. Syria did not hide the presence of chemistry.
      1. Beck
        Beck 23 November 2013 17: 12 New
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        Quote: poquello
        This is not even funny. Syria did not hide the presence of chemistry.


        So why write all sorts of crap when the whole arsenal.

        Quote: alicante11
        Assad is the legitimate ruler of a sovereign state, in which chemical weapons are made to protect against external aggression. And the militants in the "laboratory" make this chemical weapon to kill civilians. You now understand the difference?


        Assad is not a legitimate ruler. Legitimacy in the modern civilized world means gaining power by Election, as in Russia. Assad received power by inheritance, from dad dad. There have never been elections in which Assad would be elected in Syria. And another question is who used chemical weapons in Syria. If the rebels, then the victims should have been among the government troops, but the victims were just among the rebels with the capture of a large number of civilians. In addition, on the eve of the use of chemical weapons, a telephone conversation was intercepted between the commander in chief of the Syrian army and the commander of the chemical forces of Syria, which confirms that the government used chemical weapons. And the last, if Assad did not use chemistry, then from what pantalik he is now destroyed. He is not guilty.

        Quote: Current 72
        Beck! Remember who was the first to use chemical weapons, and who intensively developed it ??? Current that, to us and to such as we needed to stand aside ??? So what? Who was the first to invent a bacteriological weapon? So everything is possible for them, but it is impossible for us like us. You know the RUSSIAN saying: how it goes around, it will respond.


        And this is what kind of vinaigrette. And here Russia, if we are talking about Syria.

        Quote: veteran56
        Since when have representatives of a "friendly" country offend our authors?


        And what's this? Everyone has an opinion. I don’t like Limonov, and I don’t like skinheads, so now do not offend them.
        1. poquello
          poquello 23 November 2013 22: 23 New
          +3
          Quote: Beck
          Quote: poquello
          This is not even funny. Syria did not hide the presence of chemistry.


          So why write all sorts of crap when the whole arsenal.

          Do not write, but prove, and not crap, but the ability of the rebel fighters to create and apply chemistry.
        2. alicante11
          alicante11 24 November 2013 03: 42 New
          +2
          Assad is not a legitimate ruler. Legitimacy in the modern civilized world implies gaining power through elections, as in Russia. Assad received the power by inheritance from the dictator-father. There have never been elections in which Assad would be elected in Syria.


          You like the Serpent Gorynych - "democracy, perestroika, elections." Where have you seen fair elections? For whom the media say they will vote for. And if they do not vote, they will count correctly. So Assad is a much more legitimate ruler than any of the shitty preziks and prime ministers. His choices were studied under a microscope. But even the most "in love" with him, well-wishers could not say anything about their honesty. And, most importantly, if the people did not support him, he would have gone after Saddam and Gaddafi long ago. And no one Russia and China with Iran would help.

          And another question is who used chemical weapons in Syria. If the rebels, then the victims should have been among the government troops, but the victims were just among the rebels with the capture of a large number of civilians. In addition, on the eve of the use of chemical weapons, a telephone conversation was intercepted between the commander in chief of the Syrian army and the commander of the chemical forces of Syria, which confirms that the government used chemical weapons.


          If your mind is not there, borrow from others. The use of chemical weapons in Syria was a provocation. And when there was combat use by militants, military personnel and civilians from the areas occupied by the Syrians in Aleppo just suffered. But for some reason they did not investigate.
          Recording a conversation in the studio. And then love to demand evidence, and if you ask about evidence of Hezbollah supplies, for example, you somehow merge sharply.

          And the last, if Assad did not use chemistry, then with what pantalik now to destroy him. He is not guilty.


          And, I understand, this is such a thick trolling. But it is not clear that it is now not only useless, but also deadly. Therefore, it is better to destroy it in order to show people like you - a big drum in your provocations.
          1. Beck
            Beck 24 November 2013 08: 37 New
            -4
            Quote: alicante11
            Where did you see fair elections?


            Everywhere and everywhere Elections are different, with varying degrees of honesty, but this Elections. In Syria and other dictatorial regimes there are no elections at all.

            Quote: alicante11
            His election was examined under a microscope.


            There were no elections in Syria in which Assad would receive power from the people. DID NOT HAVE. If you dig into the archives, then make sure of this. That is why three years ago, the people of Syria demanded the holding of elections, half a year there were peaceful demonstrations with this demand. But Assad refused and started shooting at the people, and only six months later the Syrians were tired of dying just like that under the bullets of the dictator and he took up arms.

            Quote: alicante11
            The use of chemical weapons in Syria was a provocation


            What else will you come up with? This is when there are no arguments, groundlessly yelling about provocation.

            Quote: alicante11
            But it is not clear that it is now not only useless, but also deadly.


            And when and where chemical weapons were not dangerous and essentially useless. That is why Russia and the United States destroyed their arsenals. And Assad only increased production. And he began to destroy this weapon only under the pressure of the world community. Not otherwise.

            Quote: alicante11
            If your mind is not there, borrow from others


            As for my mind, do not worry, collect yours in a heap. And to occupy the mind of people like you, it is only for oneself to do self-mutilation. Like you are any dictator, a villain and a scoundrel Friend, if only you would bark to the West and coddle the foundations of the world community.
            1. alicante11
              alicante11 24 November 2013 12: 38 New
              0
              Everywhere and everywhere, Elections are different, with varying degrees of honesty, but these are Elections. In Syria and other dictatorial regimes, there are no elections at all.


              Hmmm. those. about ... the "electorate" is the Elections. And simply putting the right person in power is totalitarianism. Insanity grows stronger.

              There were no elections in Syria in which Assad would receive power from the people. DID NOT HAVE. If you dig into the archives, then make sure of this.


              I mean parliamentary. Which won the pro-Assad forces.

              That is why three years ago, the people of Syria demanded the holding of elections, half a year there were peaceful demonstrations with this demand. But Assad refused and started shooting at the people, and only six months later the Syrians were tired of dying just like that under the bullets of the dictator and he took up arms.


              What's the difference? There were elections in Ukraine. And still there were protests - Maidan. And in Belarus there were elections, but still there were protests, and in Russia there were elections, much cleaner than many "super-democratic" countries, especially presidential ones. And still there were protests. So what is the difference between the "democrats" in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus and totalitarianism in Syria? And in Saudia and Qatar - in general, the monarchy is hereditary, and nothing, the most crap regimes in the world.

              Do you still seriously think that people have taken up arms in Syria? And not the bandits and the fools deceived by them from the Syrian youth? And a bunch of traitors from the sun. Which room are you in and in which hospital? I’m just curious to talk with your doctor.

              What else will you come up with? This is when there are no arguments, groundlessly yelling about provocation.


              Yes, you sho? Or maybe it is better to prove that the use of CW was and was from Assad? Where is this evidence? Or are they too secret? Maybe because they are secret because they are not there? Or do we already have the presumption of innocence not valid? Or acts only for kosher and shitty?

              And when and where chemical weapons were not dangerous and essentially useless. That is why Russia and the United States destroyed their arsenals. And Assad only increased production. And he began to destroy this weapon only under the pressure of the world community. Not otherwise.


              I mean, it is dangerous for those who use in the case of Assad. Much more than for action movies. Or do you, knowing that a gun is aimed at your head (not even a revolver), click the trigger?

              As for my mind, do not worry, collect yours in a heap. And to occupy the mind of people like you, it is only for oneself to do self-mutilation. Like you are any dictator, a villain and a scoundrel Friend, if only you would bark to the West and coddle the foundations of the world community.


              And like you, any fascist liberal, a scoundrel and a scoundrel - Friend, if only to bark at Russia and obgazhivaet the foundations of human conscience.
              Well, you don’t want me, borrow from someone else who has it.
              1. Beck
                Beck 24 November 2013 19: 40 New
                -1
                Quote: alicante11
                There were elections in Ukraine. But there were protests anyway - Maidan


                Throughout the CIS, after the power of the Communists, the election process is only getting better. And the initial period of formation is always with rallies, Maidan, and so on. The recent elections in Georgia are an example of this. The elections under Gamsakhurdia and Shevarnadze were also with the Maidan. In the last election, Saakashvili resigned without protest.

                Quote: alicante11
                Do you still seriously think that people have taken up arms in Syria? And not the bandits and the fools deceived by them from the Syrian youth? And a bunch of traitors from the sun.


                How many bandits are there by definition? In the North Caucasus, how many bandits - thousands? Bandits cannot be tens of thousands. In Syria, over 3 people died in 100 years. Half, suppose government troops, total, that 000 dead are bandits? If we take the well-known ratio of killed and wounded 50 x 000, we get 1 wounded bandits. Plus 3 dead, totaling 150 bandits? Where on the history of mankind, in which country, at what times, there were so many bandits?

                When Assad began to shoot at his people, the people took up arms. And it was later that any Orthodox trash poured into Syria. And her, this trash, not tens of thousands, maybe thousands, but tens.

                Quote: alicante11
                And like you, any fascist liberal, a scoundrel and a scoundrel - Friend, if only to bark at Russia and obgazhivaet the foundations of human conscience.


                You do not confuse your opinion and the opinion of Urashniki with the opinion of people throughout Russia. And where did I say bad things about Russia. I said bad things about Assad and his regime. And he implied the bad about the slogans of the Urashniks.

                In 1982, father Khasef drove thousands of villages into the asphalt in the city of Homs, which also demanded an election, in 40 tanks. His son outdid dad.

                Assad is a relative of Pinochet. In Chile, Allende was legal. Pinochet overthrew him. Hafez al-Assad also seized power by force and transferred it to his son.
                It’s worth worrying about Allende, and not for Asadov.
                1. poquello
                  poquello 24 November 2013 22: 26 New
                  +2
                  Quote: Beck
                  Quote: alicante11
                  There were elections in Ukraine. But there were protests anyway - Maidan


                  Throughout the CIS, after the power of the Communists, the election process is just getting better.

                  Why are you crying? And in Syria will improve, according to forecasts of the CIA in 2014, Assad will win.
                  Quote: Beck

                  How many bandits are there by definition? In the North Caucasus, how many bandits - thousands? Bandits cannot be tens of thousands. In Syria, over 3 people died in 100 years.

                  go forest map attached
                2. alicante11
                  alicante11 25 November 2013 02: 14 New
                  +1
                  Throughout the CIS, after the power of the Communists, the election process is only getting better. And the initial period of formation is always with rallies, Maidan, and so on. The recent elections in Georgia are an example of this. The elections under Gamsakhurdia and Shevarnadze were also with the Maidan. In the last election, Saakashvili resigned without protest.


                  Well, the owners ordered and left. And before that, how much did he crush opposition rallies and planted? And by your logic, the EBN left the post itself.

                  How many bandits are there by definition?


                  Oops. Yes, the capitalists will dig up half a lemon of bandits around the world. There would be money to arm. After all, there are Libyans and Iraqis and Jordanians and Afghans and all the creatures in pairs. Yes, and the Europeans are out, shaking at the thought that "compatriots" from the Syrian war will begin to return. I'm not even talking about our Wahhabis.
                  And at the expense of the dead, so mostly civilians. Assad has a total of 200 thousand bayonets. And the militants seemed to have about the same.

                  When Assad began to shoot at his people, the people took up arms. And it was later that any Orthodox trash poured into Syria. And her, this trash, not tens of thousands, maybe thousands, but tens.


                  When did Assad shoot at his people?

                  You do not confuse your opinion and the opinion of Urashniki with the opinion of people throughout Russia. And where did I say bad things about Russia. I said bad things about Assad and his regime. And he implied the bad about the slogans of the Urashniks.


                  But do not hush Assad. By the way, the Assads are the only regime on the planet grateful to Russia. Which did not spread to the West or crap it even in the most difficult 90s. Take Gaddafi - it would seem, who should be more grateful to Russia than he? But no, his Westerners became brothers and sons. And Russia is "no", as it turned out, when the rollback from "relatives" began. I'm not talking about others. And the Assads held on to Russia and remained loyal to it. This ALREADY speaks of their human qualities. And such people will not shoot at their own people. And in Russia, most people have only a positive opinion about Assad, by the way.

                  In 1982, father Khasef drove thousands of villages into the asphalt in the city of Homs, which also demanded an election, in 40 tanks. His son outdid dad.


                  But he did not receive the Orange Revolution. The Chinese, too, on Tianyanmen rolled their on the asphalt, and we have the collapse of the USSR, the dashing 90. Because they did not roll into the asphalt the State Department mercenaries at the White House, headed by EBN. We would live now under socialism, if not for communism.

                  Assad is a relative of Pinochet. In Chile, Allende was legal. Pinochet overthrew him. Hafez al-Assad also seized power by force and transferred it to his son.
                  It’s worth worrying about Allende, and not for Asadov.


                  Allende was overthrown not by Pinochet (it's just a six), but by the State Department, and the same State Department is trying to overthrow Assad. Therefore, Assad must be supported even if he is the Devil in the flesh. Because the enemy is our enemy. And then we will figure it out whether the "daddy" has rolled someone out there in the asphalt or not.

                  And further. Elections are a way to control the crowd, you yourself say that elections are "more or less" fair everywhere. That is, there are no honest ones anywhere. So why is there any better election than no election? The fact that it is possible to cut money on them by the fact that the elites hold us for the "electorate", i.e. for the rams? Do you like this?
    2. alicante11
      alicante11 23 November 2013 16: 38 New
      10
      Are you friends with your head, dear? Assad is the legitimate ruler of a sovereign state, in which chemical weapons are made to protect against external aggression. And the militants in the "laboratory" make this chemical weapon to kill civilians. You now understand the difference?
      1. faraon
        faraon 23 November 2013 20: 18 New
        -7
        This is something new, to make chemical weapons from protection against external aggression is how ????
        You at least get acquainted about the methods of its application, at least according to the instructions and memos of civil defense.
        Chemical weapons are not defensive but rather offensive.
        That's so respected.
        1. poquello
          poquello 23 November 2013 21: 35 New
          +2
          Quote: faraon
          This is something new, to make chemical weapons from protection against external aggression is how ????
          You at least get acquainted about the methods of its application, at least according to the instructions and memos of civil defense.
          Chemical weapons are not defensive but rather offensive.
          That's so respected.

          And nuclear?
          1. alicante11
            alicante11 24 November 2013 03: 26 New
            +4
            And it depends on whom - if it is real - then it is defensive, if it is for people, then it is offensive.
          2. faraon
            faraon 24 November 2013 12: 11 New
            0
            But is Israel threatening to wipe anyone off the face of the earth?
            Did Israel sign any treaties that would violate them?
            1. alicante11
              alicante11 24 November 2013 12: 39 New
              +1
              He is not threatening, he is bombing.
              Well, if you were fumbling from the Papuans, who did not sign the conventions, would gobble up someone in Manhattan, do you think he would get away with it?
        2. alicante11
          alicante11 24 November 2013 03: 25 New
          +1
          And what, in a defensive war in our country, only defensive operations are carried out? You, dear, the name is not accidentally Rezun? For information - one defense of the war will not win. Well, we should be aware that this should be well known.
    3. Current 72
      Current 72 23 November 2013 16: 42 New
      +9
      Beck! Remember who was the first to use chemical weapons, and who intensively developed it ??? Current that, to us and to such as we needed to stand aside ??? So what? Who was the first to invent a bacteriological weapon? So everything is possible for them, but it is impossible for us like us. You know the RUSSIAN saying: how it goes around, it will respond.
    4. Rusich51
      Rusich51 23 November 2013 17: 04 New
      +7
      Beck er how you suffered. Banduks poison people, and you blame the government. Chem weapon protection against an external aggressor. That's when he will not be, only Russia will be able to protect the people of Syria from destruction by the West with rats.
    5. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 24 November 2013 06: 23 New
      +2
      Quote: Beck
      where the opposition in the flasks and test tubes muddy poisonous substances

      Forgive me, dear, but what about the detention on the Turkish-Syrian border about 3 months ago of a group of "fighters" against Assad, who had a certain amount of ingredients for the manufacture of chemical weapons with them? The boy WAS!
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 24 November 2013 12: 40 New
        +1
        (with Hebrew "pronouns")
        There was nothing, nothing was (s).
        What is your evidence (s)
  16. veteran56
    veteran56 23 November 2013 16: 43 New
    0
    Since when have representatives of a "friendly" country offend our authors?
    1. alone
      alone 23 November 2013 18: 17 New
      +1
      I somehow did not understand! If your author wrote an inaccuracy, now what, do not criticize him?))
  17. scientist
    scientist 23 November 2013 16: 47 New
    +8
    Of the CSTO countries, only Belarus supported Russia. The question is then why is the CSTO needed?
    1. UzRus
      UzRus 23 November 2013 17: 04 New
      +5
      The rest of the CSTO abstained. Just in case ... Well, it's still better than voting for.
    2. alicante11
      alicante11 24 November 2013 03: 48 New
      +2
      Of the CSTO countries, only Belarus supported Russia. The question is then why is the CSTO needed?


      What do you mean why? To shout, "Save Russia" if they squeeze. Old Man is also a good beetle. Ossetia and Abkhazia, in my opinion, have not yet been recognized.
  18. UzRus
    UzRus 23 November 2013 17: 01 New
    +5
    Well, wow, our (Uzbekistan) voted against! It is strange that not with the Americans "for" ...
  19. Boris63
    Boris63 23 November 2013 19: 52 New
    +4
    Assad needs to come to an agreement with Iran on "introducing" instability in SA, Qatar. Send there, together, their "specialists" with a specific task. Or maybe they are already there, so just say "fas" - let the Saudis feel everything on their own skin.
    1. alone
      alone 23 November 2013 20: 01 New
      0
      How can Iran bring instability to the countries of the Persian Gulf? All your words come from the fact that you really do not own the situation in the region. Iran has a lot of problems and it is simply not beneficial for it to escalate already bad relations with the countries of the Gulf.
      interethnic confrontations within Iran alone are enough to turn Iran into a second Syria. If Iran had the opportunity, it would have done so long ago.

      P.S. Some in the forum, as soon as they start talking about Iran, think that Iran is omnipotent.
      but in reality, Iran is not as strong as you would like it to be.
    2. faraon
      faraon 23 November 2013 20: 23 New
      0
      What kind of specialists are we talking about?
      Assad has been waging a civil war with the opposition for the third year, and there is no end to it.
      What is the conversation? If the Saudis are behind the opposition of Assad.
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 24 November 2013 14: 40 New
        -1
        Not with the opposition, but with bandits and terrorists
  20. Kolyan 2
    Kolyan 2 23 November 2013 20: 32 New
    +5
    Quote: SHILO
    Ddhal
    "It's a pity, a good person is an intellectual. You stab him in the back and don't expect an answer."


    Well, talking to them as animals. My favorite video.


    I liked the video, like pi ..... lo this operator began to babble in such a mournful voice. wassat And then he’s going to shake out his panties. + For the vodeo.
  21. Kulneff2009
    Kulneff2009 23 November 2013 21: 24 New
    +1
    And they will fire. Loot need to work out. Otherwise, how will we know who the bandits are? And the UN will always go under the mattresses!
  22. Sergg
    Sergg 23 November 2013 22: 45 New
    +2
    In addition, speaking after the vote on the draft fake resolution, the diplomat noted that it is the Saudi and Qatari regimes that are responsible for the supply of toxic substances to terrorists. The same regimes ordered the militants to use chemical weapons in order to accuse the Syrian government.


    They like the USA to rake in the heat of others, taking into account that Saudi Arabia is an ally of Americans in the Middle East.
  23. EdwardTich68
    EdwardTich68 23 November 2013 22: 51 New
    0
    What kind of scientists can be in Jordan? And especially the intelligentsia? It's just the Arabs, do not make fun of the music.
    I put satie minus. laughing
  24. phantom359
    phantom359 23 November 2013 23: 55 New
    +2
    Syrians need to be more decisive and less desalinate with bandits. They know where the bases are - to strike with heavy weapons.
  25. veteran56
    veteran56 24 November 2013 09: 49 New
    0
    Cool video! Assad needs such decisiveness! One of the strongest weapons of any war is propaganda, and the Syrian government has not yet learned how to use these weapons. This is where effective help is needed, and financially, of course, you can help ....
  26. Double major
    Double major 24 November 2013 11: 57 New
    +3
    Well done, the Syrians. Hold on. And it is in such an enemy environment. Strong and proud people. To have such among your friends is an honor. And we deserve it.
  27. nemec55
    nemec55 24 November 2013 14: 04 New
    +1
    "In Syria
    Parliament was created back in June 1919,
    and women were represented in it, -
    recalled Al-Jafari. - And now, after almost
    100 years Saudi regime has been trying
    teach us democracy and rights
    man, "he said.

    So this is American democracy, in it so
  28. Unisonic
    Unisonic 24 November 2013 16: 28 New
    +1
    123 delegations voted in favor. Among them are co-authors of the opus, including Britain, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and even Libya, where blood is shed every day after the overthrow of Gaddafi, prisoners are subjected to barbaric torture. and in Tripoli there are clashes between the locals and the bandits from Misurata. But for some reason, those who came to power on NATO bayonets are more concerned with protecting human rights in Syria.

    Yeah, what is true is true.
  29. alone
    alone 24 November 2013 16: 40 New
    +1
    For several months now, I have to write every time what Syria, the power of Syria, the army and the opposition are. I will not touch on all that as I relate to Assad, the opposition, the army, etc.
    I wrote all this several times. But I have to repeat only one thing:
    not everything in this world is smooth and impeccable. Syrians themselves are to blame for what is happening in Syria.
    and power, and the opposition and the army.
  30. duchy
    duchy 24 November 2013 16: 55 New
    +1
    And so it is clear, not by washing so much, have our proverbs forgotten? US nosebleeds need war, in any form. Well, her obedient mongrels are happy to curry favor. Instead of brains, they seem to have waste products from the human body, it’s not without reason that gameocracy is being planted. They just have nothing to think about what will happen in the future. It will be a lot for them, what remains of these countries is impossible to imagine.