The battle for Syria is one of the key battles of the Middle Eastern front of world war

The battle for Syria is one of the key battles of the Middle Eastern front of world war

50 years ago, 11 September 1965, was born the president and supreme commander of the armed forces of Syria, Bashar al-Assad. A man who just a few years ago was an ordinary politician from the Middle East and quite “handshaking” for Western countries as a state leader. However, the war in Syria radically changed its image. By not allowing him to make a sacrifice of himself, Bashar Asad became one of the popular leaders who opposed the aggression of the Western world, the Arab monarchies, Turkey, created with their support of diverse gangs and the Islamic State.


As part of the "reset" of the Middle East (and the entire world community), the Western masters sentenced Syria to dismemberment and wanted to turn it into a springboard for the further attack of the "army of chaos" on the planet. However, an easy walk in Syria did not work. Unlike Muammar Gaddafi, Assad was able to maintain the solidity of most of the Syrian elite and the loyalty of the armed forces. Syria has fiercely resisted the interventionists who provoked and supported the war in the country. With the support of Iran and Russia, Syria has for several years opposed the enemy coalition. A huge role in such a war has the identity of the head of state. Assad did not run away, did not capitulate, did not show "flexibility." This causes respect.

At present, Syria is threatened by splitting into several states: a part of the territory is under the control of government forces, its territories are in the “Islamic state”, in various gangs, including Islamists who are not subordinate to the IG, and in the Kurds. The United States, Britain, France, Israel, Turkey, and the Arab monarchies have their interests in Syria. Iran and Russia support the legitimate authority of Assad.

The backstage structures that control Western civilization have a certain interest in Syria. Along with Egypt, Syria is a key country in the Middle East. It has great symbolic meaning, historical and strategic importance. Symbolically, the fall of Syria will be an important stage for the start of the “last battle” (Armageddon). Historically, Syria is one of the cradles of mankind. It is not for nothing that during the wars and conflicts in the Middle East, certain forces attach great importance to eliminating traces of the true history of mankind. After all, history (chronology) allows you to control the masses over a long period of time, programming entire nations for centuries to come. Strategically, Syria is located on important communications, including the transfer of energy resources. Its territory is an important springboard from which it is possible to exert influence on the Eastern Mediterranean, Turkey, Iran, Iraq and Israel.

So, Washington, Syria is interesting as a territory from which the wave of chaos can be spread further, and as a springboard for countering Iran. In the framework of the anti-Iranian strategy, Syria is also interesting for Israel. All the talk of Western politicians and the press about the “dictator” Bashar Assad, about the need for “democratic transformations in the country”, etc., is a common information noise, a snag. In fact, there is a big game, and it continues a century after the century.

After the blitzkrieg failed, the anti-Syrian coalition led a “war of attrition”. And she led to success. The country lies in ruins. IG bombing, in fact, is aimed at the destruction of the country's infrastructure. They legalized the appearance of aviation USA and other countries in the airspace of Syria. In fact, the “Islamic State” was able to gain a foothold in Syria only because Syria was already destroyed and exhausted by the struggle with other gangs that are supported by the West, Turkey and the Arab monarchies. The anti-Syrian coalition essentially cleared the way for the Caliphate.

Syrian government forces are not able to act actively in all directions and are exhausted by the protracted war. Human reserves are coming to an end, and their opponents have much more. After all, people can be recruited already in several destroyed and half-destroyed countries, where there is no prospect other than the opportunity to become a fighter or try your luck as a refugee, migrant. Only in the IG on the territory of Syria every month several thousand militants join in, who are trained in Turkey and the Arab monarchies. For Damascus, the time has come for a strategic retreat, preserving only the most important territories and objects. Under the cover of the United States, Turkey and other countries hostile to Syria, “free zones” are being created, which in the future may become the basis for new “democratic” state entities. These formations will become fragments of the “new world” - the neo-slaveholding and neo-feudal New World Order.

In addition, Syria is interesting in that transit pipelines pass through its territory. Through Syria, oil pipelines from Iraq and the Arabian Peninsula go to the Mediterranean ports of Turkey, Lebanon and Syria itself. The West is interested in the strategic capabilities of the Syrian pipeline and port systems for the delivery of hydrocarbons from Iraq and the Arabian Peninsula to Turkey and Europe. You must also remember about the gas fields that are found in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Syria.

Thus, the battle for Syria is one of the key battles of the Middle East front of the outbreak of world war. Syria is of key importance both for the instigators of the war - the Anglo-Saxons, the transnational forces building the neo-slave New World Order, their Arab and Muslim clients, such as Saudi Arabia and the Islamic State, and for Iran and Russia, which were included in camp of the victims. " The more Bashar Asad will last, the more time Iran, Russia and China will have for internal restructuring and mobilization.

Therefore, you should not go on about the West and agree to the resignation of Assad and replace him with another figure "for the sake of reconciliation." With all its pros and cons, President Bashar Asad is now of great ideological and historical importance as a man opposing a huge coalition leading an unjust war. If the West pushes his resignation, he will want to continue - to remove Iran’s Supreme Ayatollah and Russian President V. Putin. It’s not for nothing that the Western media have been building the “axis of evil” for years, blaming Syria, Iran and Russia for all sins. White is made black, although it is the United States, Britain and France that are guilty of inciting all the recent wars and conflicts on the planet.
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  1. Armored optimist 11 September 2015 06: 02 New
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    - Vasya! Vasya! I will cover!
    And from the tail I will cover the Phantom!
    1. marlin1203 11 September 2015 09: 08 New
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      Syrian government forces are not able to actively act in all directions and are exhausted by the protracted war. Human reserves are drawing to a close, while opponents have much more.
      Male "reserves" of draft-age men, like a herd of frightened deer, rush to Europe for German allowance and a well-fed life and do not want to fight for their land.
      1. Kingcobra 11 September 2015 09: 42 New
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        Bashar al-Assad was born on September 11, 1965 in Damascus in the family of the commander of the Syrian Air Force and Air Defense, brigadier general Hafez al-Assad and his wife Anise Makhluf, who belong to the Alawite Muslim religious minority

        in this article, as always, the maaalenky nuance is missed, that people do not want to fight for the dictator and leader of the Alawites. And in Syria, everything is very divided into groups and Shiites, and Sunnis have been at war for centuries. In addition, the Asad camps and ethnicity are just very well remembered "the people of Syria who do not want to fight" ....
        1. Victor-M 11 September 2015 10: 42 New
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          Quote: KingCobra
          in this article, as always, the maaalenky nuance is missed, that people do not want to fight for the dictator and leader of the Alawites.

          Did Biden say this to you, or rather his talking ass-psaki?
          1. iouris 11 September 2015 13: 20 New
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            What is the "Alawites" the majority of readers do not understand, so let's not, democratic, you are ours.
            1) In reality, in any organizational structure, the power of a close-knit minority opposes the majority. 2) Do not change the horses at the crossing. The fall of the regime will mean "controlled chaos" in B. Vostok. The West will not solve the social problems of this region. The flow of already poor refugees, ready for anything, will flood in all directions.
            3) To support or not to support is not a matter of “Wishlist”, but a matter of morality (or lack thereof), security (war or peace), economic security. We have always had a choice between bad and very bad, but now we have to choose between that bi or not that bi.
            1. Yars 11 September 2015 13: 33 New
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              the flow of refugees has already rushed, all of a sudden, as ordered, according to the most conservative estimates before 800.000 by the end of the year, this is one of the plans to destabilize Europe. Russia is obliged to help Syria, Syria will fall - we will be next in line!
              1. padded jacket 11 September 2015 13: 41 New
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                Quote: YARS
                Russia is obliged to help Syria, Syria will fall - we will be next in line!

                And the situation in Syria and Iraq is very serious, and without the help of us, Iran and Hezbollah, they will not be able to survive and if they are defeated, all the terrorist evil spirits led by the United States and Israel will rush to Russia against us.
                And it will be worse than during the Second World War or “reforms” arranged by Gaidars, Chubais, Abramovichs and other Berezovsky.
                This is the territory now occupied by bandits who kill civilians in the region led by Washington and Tel Aviv.
                1. Talgat 11 September 2015 14: 10 New
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                  All right, Vatnik said, I’ll add that for some reason there has been peace and prosperity in Syria for decades, and no one was divided into Alawites, etc.

                  The current civil war 100% is imported by the West and the United States with their Saudi henchmen. Nevertheless, it was good there and even many of us lived happily there, and suddenly Assad suddenly flashed on you - in fact, the USA and the Saudis began an open intervention - thousands of bearded men were sent from Libya alone - how much from Iraq? Other places. I read that only in a year and only the Saudis spent several billion dollars on this - but how much is everything? It’s really hard to resist such aggression, but Syria and Assad still hold out, giving all of us and Iran time
                  1. Kaiten 11 September 2015 14: 20 New
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                    Quote: Talgat
                    All right, Vatnik said, I’ll add that for some reason there has been peace and prosperity in Syria for decades, and no one was divided into Alawites, etc.

                    Hama 82 year
                    1. Professor 11 September 2015 14: 24 New
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                      Quote: Kaiten
                      Hama 82 year

                      Why are you disappointing them with facts? Well, think that all the warmest places in Syria were only among the Alawites, think that dad Asad dunked 40 Sunnis. And the rest, a beautiful marquise, all is well, all is well.
                      1. Kaiten 11 September 2015 14: 35 New
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                        Quote: Professor
                        Why are you disappointing them with facts?

                        In his posts there is such expression, such confidence that, living for 5000 km, he knows everything and understands everything. It’s a pity to disappoint myself.
                      2. yushch 11 September 2015 15: 20 New
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                        Quote: Kaiten
                        Quote: Professor
                        Why are you disappointing them with facts?

                        In his posts there is such expression, such confidence that, living for 5000 km, he knows everything and understands everything. It’s a pity to disappoint myself.


                        Sorry for the bee, who are you going to disappoint here? Even if a person is located 10000 km from the scene, with the current means of communication you can own information no less than those who live in the region. And especially for both of you, subtract 2015 from 1982 and look at the figure obtained, doesn’t it work for several decades. Save your sarcasm for communication with your own kind, "God's chosen ones." Clever men were found.
                      3. Marxist 11 September 2015 15: 43 New
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                        Assad now controls only a quarter of Syria.
                        And this territory is constantly decreasing.
                        The Syrian army is extremely exhausted by the 4-year endless war of all against all.
                        The stockpiles of weapons and ammunition that we supplied to Syria for the 12-13 are already exhausted today.
                        Only comprehensive Russian military assistance can help Syria - the time when the conflict could be resolved through negotiations has passed.
                        Instead, we see inarticulate mutterings about a coalition of Kurds, Assad, Erdogan, Persians and Saudis (by definition - nonsense, but our leadership obviously does not think so) and flirting with the KSA.
                        And the current aid is purely humanitarian, otherwise its military character would have been evidence, not fakes with six MiG-31 and some kind of "expeditionary force".
                        Apparently, the Kremlin decided to repeat the Minsk disgrace in BV.
                        Therefore, the fate of Syria is a foregone conclusion.
                      4. Inok10 11 September 2015 20: 59 New
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                        Quote: Marxist
                        And the current aid is purely humanitarian, otherwise its military character would have been evidence, not fakes with six MiG-31 and some kind of "expeditionary force".
                        Apparently, the Kremlin decided to repeat the Minsk disgrace in BV.
                        Therefore, the fate of Syria is a foregone conclusion.

                        .. Oh well .. bully .. but how about the fact that 80% of the Syrian population lives in that fourth part of Assad’s territory ?! ... Geography needs to be repeated before writing .. laughing
                    2. padded jacket 11 September 2015 16: 12 New
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                      The most inhumane policy in the region is of course the Israeli regime, which bombes and brutally kills its neighbors by engaging in terrorism and genocide of other people, as well as supporting bandits and murderers.
                      Well, if we talk about the victims in Syria, the figure is 200-249 thousand people, there are Assad fighters and terrorists, mercenaries of the Israeli regime and civilians killed mainly by the same bandits who fostered the CIA and Mossad. It is the United States and the Israeli regime that "produce evil and violence" around the world, killing and maiming people "scattering" the sprouts of terrorism and fascism throughout the world.
                      About how the "bloody" Israeli regime is trying to lie and distort the truth about its atrocities in Gaza.
                    3. atalef 12 September 2015 08: 24 New
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                      Quote: yushch
                      Sorry for the bee, who are you going to disappoint here? Even if a person is located 10000 km from the scene, with current means of communication you can own information no less than those living in the region

                      What are you saying belay
                      To begin with, at least it would be desirable to know a couple more languages ​​and local mentality, and not say that on the basis of the news of Channel 1 and Runet - you own the information

                      Quote: yushch
                      And especially for both of you, subtract 2015 from 1982 and look at the figure obtained, doesn’t it turn out for several decades

                      Indeed, several dozen, and what role does it play? After the Second World War, 70 years have passed and how? No one remembers?
                    4. 0255 12 September 2015 09: 24 New
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                      Indeed, several dozen, and what role does it play? After the Second World War, 70 years have passed and how? No one remembers?

                      Israel especially remembers when it is necessary to pull money from Germany for 6 million Jews who were tortured to Auschwitz, out of 2 million people who were in Auschwitz for the entire time of the war.
                    5. Professor 12 September 2015 09: 29 New
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                      Israel especially remembers when it is necessary to pull money from Germany for 6 million Jews who were tortured to Auschwitz, out of 2 million people who were in Auschwitz for the entire time of the war.

                      Oh how cute. Develop the idea that Khatyn was not there.
                    6. 0255 12 September 2015 10: 42 New
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                      Israel especially remembers when it is necessary to pull money from Germany for 6 million Jews who were tortured to Auschwitz, out of 2 million people who were in Auschwitz for the entire time of the war.

                      Oh how cute. Develop the idea that Khatyn was not there.

                      Professor, I do not deny the Holocaust. I am sorry for all those who died in concentration camps. I say that the number of victims of the Holocaust is overstated, 2 million people went through Auschwitz during the whole war, and it is believed that only 6 million Jews were tortured. As it is, there were officially 3 times more Jews tortured than there were real prisoners for the whole war ? It’s not good to profit from someone else’s grief.
                      Germans do not pay reparations for Khatyn to Belarus, unlike Israel
                    7. Professor 12 September 2015 10: 56 New
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                      Professor, I do not deny the Holocaust. I am sorry for all those who died in concentration camps. I say that the number of victims of the Holocaust is overstated, 2 million people went through Auschwitz during the whole war, and it is believed that only 6 million Jews were tortured. As it is, there were officially 3 times more Jews tortured than there were real prisoners for the whole war ? It’s not good to profit from someone else’s grief.

                      Stop driving the blizzard. Who claims that 6 million Jews were tortured in Auschwitz?

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                      Germans do not pay reparations for Khatyn to Belarus, unlike Israel

                      What are you saying? Do not pay? Poke your nose at the ptavda?
                    8. 0255 12 September 2015 10: 58 New
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                      Quote: Professor
                      What are you saying? Do not pay? Poke your nose at the ptavda?

                      so tell me "ptavda"
                    9. Professor 12 September 2015 11: 06 New
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                      so tell me "ptavda"

                      What for? After all, a Rothschild Jew and in Auschwitz killed 6 million Jews. Oh yes. Syrians shot down an Israeli F-15. who am I beading in front of ... request
                    10. 0255 12 September 2015 11: 12 New
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                      Quote: Professor
                      Quote: 0255
                      so tell me "ptavda"

                      What for? After all, a Rothschild Jew and in Auschwitz killed 6 million Jews. Oh yes. Syrians shot down an Israeli F-15. who am I beading in front of ... request

                      Are you like me veiled like a pig call?
                  2. atalef 12 September 2015 11: 20 New
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                    so tell me "ptavda"

                    well for a start
                    The German government plans to pay compensation to the former Soviet prisoners of concentration camps in the amount of € 10 million, Reuters reports citing sources in the government coalition. Currently, the initiative is under consideration by the deputies of the Bundestag.

                    The agency’s interlocutor said that the authors of the initiative estimated the number of currently living former Soviet prisoners of concentration camps at four thousand people, each of whom will receive € 2,5 thousand. It is not clear whether the payment of compensation to citizens of all the former republics of the Soviet Union or only those living in Of Russia.

                    The first stage of payment of compensation to prisoners of fascist concentration camps living in Russia and the so-called “Ostarbeiters” began in 2001. During it, Germany estimated the Russian share at 835 million German marks (about $ 500 million at that time). Then the number of potential payees in Russia was estimated at 330 thousand people.

                    Read more at RBC:
                    http://top.rbc.ru/society/20/05/2015/555c9fa19a7947bdcacdb787]
                  3. Suhow 13 September 2015 12: 07 New
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                    about German payments, it’s true, I remember in Ukraine such payments were made to prisoners. Still and later the scandal flared up - some powerful people made good money on this, according to rumors Yush was involved there. Only prisoners were left alive when the Germans decided to give stamps ...
      2. Mikhail Zubarev 12 September 2015 15: 07 New
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        And you living in a neighboring country hostile to Syria and drawing propaganda from your media dofig I see you know.
      3. Old old 13 September 2015 21: 24 New
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        What are you saying belay
        To begin with, at least it would be desirable to know a couple more languages ​​and local mentality, and not say that on the basis of the news of Channel 1 and Runet - you own the information

        Do you seriously consider your media and Israeli sites to be the top of objectivity and infallibility? I doubt that the press releases, reviews, etc. distributed by the command for employees and employees working on the Internet do not contain propaganda. Or do you get information directly from the administration of Primorye?
        "Great seen in the distance." S. Yesenin
  2. Neksel 12 September 2015 00: 31 New
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    Quote: Kaiten
    Quote: Professor
    Why are you disappointing them with facts?

    In his posts there is such expression, such confidence that, living for 5000 km, he knows everything and understands everything. It’s a pity to disappoint myself.


    C'mon, just finish throwing the beads here. So it’s all early all the dew of God. Find what is more productive to spend time. What I have been doing for a long time. This forum has evolved from a serious VO into a bunch of jingoistic patriots cheering each other up for any reason, whether it be positive or negative. Empty business. Serious and thinking people have nothing left to do, you can count on the fingers of one hand an experienced sapper.
  3. 0255 12 September 2015 09: 32 New
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    Quote: Neksel
    C'mon, just finish throwing the beads here. So it’s all early all the dew of God. Find what is more productive to spend time. What I have been doing for a long time. This forum has evolved from a serious VO into a bunch of jingoistic patriots cheering each other up for any reason, whether it be positive or negative. Empty business. Serious and thinking people have nothing left to do, you can count on the fingers of one hand an experienced sapper.

    Yeah, and only Jews with VO are the ultimate truth negative And the rest cannot understand the high standards of democracy
  4. Mikhail Zubarev 12 September 2015 15: 11 New
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    Have you attributed yourself to a serious and thinking person, or did someone tell you?)) You are all so modest, but at the same time everyone who knows, I’m directly blaming.
  5. KaPToC 13 September 2015 12: 07 New
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    Quote: Neksel
    just finish throwing the beads here.

    Go to the censor, there they will appreciate and love you as a native.
  6. Akuzenka 13 September 2015 14: 21 New
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    I was always struck by the peculiarity of the Israelis not to remember their shameful pages. For example, the mass extermination of Jews by the British in the 30s. This is when they tried to flee to Palestine from Europe, and the ships were drowned by the British. And nothing, now they are your best friends. And thousands of Jews, no matter how it happened. But why remember the mistakes of the owners, right? It’s more correct to dance to their tune.
  7. Old old 13 September 2015 20: 48 New
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    In his posts there is such expression, such confidence that, living for 5000 km, he knows everything and understands everything. It’s a pity to disappoint myself.

    Strange ... For the previous discussions of events in Russia and on its outskirts, "5000 km." were not an obstacle. As a reference: for Russians 5000km. it’s only half the country, not the distance, we’re driving a car. It’s like yours from Tel Aviv to Haifa.
    Or is it much further from Russia to Syria than from Israel to Russia?
  8. Down House 11 September 2015 17: 15 New
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    you think that 40 sunnis dad asad soaked

    And what does it mean? What do we need to take offense at him and wish the victory of the Beaver Empire?
    Of course, let them now destroy 140 Alawites because they are opponents of "democracy" !!!
  9. aksakal 11 September 2015 18: 16 New
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    Quote: Professor
    Why are you disappointing them with facts?

    - Sabra and Shatila are also facts, to cordon off these villages, so that the Allies would "frolic" there - this, of course, is very "moral", but do not rush to be disappointed in yourself)))). Everyone has skeletons in the closet, and shaking them out is not a reason to displace a legitimate government, moreover, a foreign country. And the fact that the prime minister of the country calls Hafez al-Assad a criminal, in which, unlike the Syrian leader, raps in the perverted form of his own secretaries in the prime minister’s office, which Assad does not observe at all - this fact simply causes laughter . Just still silent about the forced sterilization of Ethiopian returnees)))). Well, who is Assad called a criminal? Take care of your own logs, you have something to work on.
  10. igor67 11 September 2015 18: 42 New
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    Quote: aksakal
    Quote: Professor
    Why are you disappointing them with facts?

    - Sabra and Shatila are also facts, to cordon off these villages, so that the Allies would "frolic" there - this, of course, is very "moral", but do not rush to be disappointed in yourself)))). Everyone has skeletons in the closet, and shaking them out is not a reason to displace a legitimate government, moreover, a foreign country. And the fact that the prime minister of the country calls Hafez al-Assad a criminal, in which, unlike the Syrian leader, raps in the perverted form of his own secretaries in the prime minister’s office, which Assad does not observe at all - this fact simply causes laughter . Just still silent about the forced sterilization of Ethiopian returnees)))). Well, who is Assad called a criminal? Take care of your own logs, you have something to work on.

    Do not distort, allies, as you put it, Arabs are Christians who have avenged the massacre of their villages, and where are these Christians now? They were kicked out of these lands, that is, in your opinion it’s normal
  11. Professor 11 September 2015 18: 44 New
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    - Sabra and Shatila are also facts, cordon off these villages, so that the allies there would be "frolic"

    And your allies bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    Quote: aksakal
    . Everyone has skeletons in the closet, and shaking them out is not a reason to displace a legitimate government, moreover, a foreign country.

    Legal? He came to power as a result of a military coup and transferred power by inheritance contrary to the constitution.

    Quote: aksakal
    And the fact that the prime minister of the country calls Hafez al-Assad a criminal, in which, unlike the Syrian leader, raps in the perverted form of his own secretaries in the prime minister’s office, which Assad does not observe at all - this fact simply causes laughter .

    This is funny to me too. Only the prime minister is here with it? wink

    Quote: aksakal
    . Well, who is Assad called a criminal?

    Nevertheless, Assad is a criminal. On his hands is the blood of hundreds of thousands of people and his fate is waiting for the kindergarten and Gaddafi - they will catch him like a rat from the sewer and uplifted.
  12. nemec55 11 September 2015 19: 31 New
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    proffesor - you are obviously somewhere somewhere clung to, is there such an aggression, or are you sitting in the USA and therefore not afraid of new stoves that your favorite igilovites will organize for you?
    Of course, I'm not so much a professor, but such thoughts come to me from a Siberian resident.
  13. Professor 11 September 2015 19: 40 New
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    Quote: nemec55
    proffesor - you are obviously somewhere somewhere clung to, is there such an aggression, or are you sitting in the USA and therefore not afraid of new stoves that your favorite igilovites will organize for you?
    Of course, I'm not so much a professor, but such thoughts come to me from a Siberian resident.

    Arabs, if they could, they have all slaughtered us for a long time, and you too. I have no illusions. Asad, igil-horseradish radish is not sweeter.
  14. Inok10 11 September 2015 21: 24 New
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    Arabs, if they could, they have all slaughtered us for a long time, and you too. I have no illusions. Asad, igil-horseradish radish is not sweeter.

    ... haha ​​.. this is the passage .. laughing ..mdya, the Professor sadly mumbled the mind, before it was not noticed that he would confuse RTR and EW, and now Assad has declared the legal President of Syria and ISIS the same, only a side view .. already noticed a couple of months ago, he didn’t that Professor .. A fake-3rd grade labor lesson .. they sent the old one to retire .. he at least shone with erudition, not counting of course the catchphrase: .. "My boss has on the table a turbine blade from Mig 23" .. laughing
  15. aleks700 12 September 2015 08: 13 New
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    Asad, igil-horseradish radish is not sweeter.
    This is not the difference yet felt.
  16. Otshelnik 12 September 2015 09: 47 New
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    But the igil is your hell ...
  17. KaPToC 13 September 2015 12: 34 New
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    Arabs, if they could, they have all slaughtered us for a long time, and you too. I have no illusions. Asad, igil-horseradish radish is not sweeter.

    You Jews simply do not understand what a priest you are sitting in! Those heroes who came directly from the fronts of World War II and saved Israel - they simply DO NOT already exist. You are surrounded by three Islamic states, each of which has a population of almost ten times that of Israel! what do you count on?
  18. Egor65g 13 September 2015 12: 39 New
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    You should read books in the topic, or something. That would not be dishonored.
  19. KaPToC 13 September 2015 14: 22 New
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    You should read books in the topic, or something. That would not be dishonored.

    I didn’t do analytics, I just brought facts, or is it a shame to know the facts?
  20. Egor65g 13 September 2015 14: 30 New
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    Your facts are false. Where do you get them?
  21. KaPToC 13 September 2015 16: 01 New
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    Your facts are false. Where do you get them?

    What are my words false? Is the population of countries such as Turkey, Egypt and Iran an order of magnitude higher than in Israel?
  22. Egor65g 13 September 2015 16: 09 New
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    The fact that all the wars of Israel, despite the numerical superiority of the enemy, won thanks to the front-line soldiers of World War II.
    And again I advise you, read the history of the wars of Israel hi
  23. KaPToC 13 September 2015 16: 50 New
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    That all wars

    It was not a question of ALL wars, these are all your pink fabrications.
  24. Egor65g 13 September 2015 17: 05 New
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    You try to monitor your speech, I do not like your rudeness.
    You claim that World War II soldiers saved Israel.
    But I do not agree with you, because I, apparently, know the history of the Israeli warrior and participants in these wars, better than you.
    You intimidate me with a quantitative preponderance of countries hostile to us, and I repeat again, this preponderance was from the very beginning, and again you are wrong. This did not help, not Syria, not Egypt, not Jordan, not Lebanon ...
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    I don’t think that all Arabs (Muslims) are so bloodthirsty and stupid (although they dislike Israel) many get a good change to calm down. And there are thugs everywhere. And I think that for your country (Israel) Assad is better than thugs from igilas. ...
  26. aleks700 12 September 2015 08: 11 New
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    Nevertheless, Assad is a criminal. On his hands is the blood of hundreds of thousands of people and his fate is waiting for the kindergarten and Gaddafi - they will catch him like a rat from the sewer and uplifted.
    And the power will be nice people from the igil. Which will begin to shell Israel en masse, suicide bombers will climb tens or hundreds across the border. And there is a reason. He will die in the name of Allah and go straight to the guria. You can not love Assad, you can hate him, but you need to think about your country!
  27. 0255 12 September 2015 09: 53 New
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    Legal? He came to power as a result of a military coup and transferred power by inheritance contrary to the constitution.

    In Ukraine, the Nazis came to power with the slogans “f * ck on knives, m * crag on knives" as a result of a coup, with the assassination of soldiers of the Berkut special forces, without even declaring impeachment to Yanukovych, and nothing, neither Israel nor the West do not call the Maidan illegal. Bandera’s people in Kiev can seize power, but Hafez Assad can’t? Double standards again?
    Quote: Professor
    Nevertheless, Assad is a criminal. On his hands is the blood of hundreds of thousands of people and his fate is waiting for the kindergarten and Gaddafi - they will catch him like a rat from the sewer and uplifted.

    On your government’s hands is the blood of Lebanese and Palestinians, on the hands of the presidents of your beloved US, the blood of Serbs, Iraqis, Libyans, Syrians, Ukrainians. When will we see Netanyahu, Clinton, Bush, Obama, McCain, Biden, Nulland on the gallows?
    Assad’s “victims” - ISIS and moderate opposition fighters deserve to die am
  28. Mikhail Zubarev 12 September 2015 15: 16 New
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    . "Well, who is Assad called a criminal?
    Nevertheless, Assad is a criminal. On his hands is the blood of hundreds of thousands of people, and his fate awaits the kindergarten and Gaddafi - they will catch him like a rat from the sewer and uplifted. "


    Definitely not for you. Your power, and that means you who support it, have stained yourself not to the elbow, but to the very ears in the blood of Palestinian children. But of course you can be chosen by God, but you can’t allow any goyim.
  29. KaPToC 13 September 2015 12: 32 New
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    Nevertheless, Assad is a criminal.

    Remind us in what court he was convicted!
  30. Suhow 13 September 2015 12: 55 New
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    if Assad behaves like Gaddafi or Hussein then they’ll catch and upturn or like they’ll dunk Milosevic in the cell, and if he can keep himself at least like this time, the bearers of “democracy” will not bend down without it, it’s clear that Assad will have to put it mildly hard but he still has the support of the people and the Syrians I think they’re not stupid themselves to see what happened to Libya and Iraq after the overthrow of the tyrants and the victory of democracy. And almost all political leaders have blood on their hands — giving orders for bombing attacks on the territory of other states or troops they also mumble for operations. Only after that they are savior-and other executioners. Alas, the right is strong and will be. Like justice for someone who is stronger, one, and for the others, another. And whoever can "snap" can do something to count. Wow and bent ... with a hangover.))
  31. Bombardier 11 September 2015 18: 59 New
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    11 September 2015 of

    This was reported by the information portal Sputnik, citing a Syrian military source.

    "Israeli Air Force aircraft launched air strikes on the artillery position of the Syrian army. Artillery was used by the army to repel attacks by militants in eastern Zabadan," the source said.

    The source added that Islamist militants attacked the positions of the Syrian army on the eastern outskirts of Zabadan early Thursday morning. The Syrian military, with the support of artillery, managed to repel the attack after a three-hour battle.

    According to the source, after the strike of the Israeli Air Force, the militants made a second attempt at the offensive, which was also repulsed by government forces.

    It is also reported that about 200 militants were surrounded by the forces of the Syrian army and the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters, fortified in the center of Zabadan.
  32. Egor65g 11 September 2015 19: 06 New
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    We have silence, no news.
  33. Professor 11 September 2015 19: 12 New
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    We have silence, no news.

    What news? Outside a sandstorm. Non-flying weather.
  34. Egor65g 11 September 2015 19: 21 New
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    If necessary, take off)))
    I have a hatsor on my side, I know what I'm saying.
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    Satellite view
  36. ASG7 11 September 2015 21: 36 New
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    By the way, take a closer look, there are passages in the sandstorm and they strikingly coincide with the flight path of Our BTA. What is it for? bully
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  38. igor67 11 September 2015 19: 17 New
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    11 September 2015 of

    This was reported by the information portal Sputnik, citing a Syrian military source.

    "Israeli Air Force aircraft launched air strikes on the artillery position of the Syrian army. Artillery was used by the army to repel attacks by militants in eastern Zabadan," the source said.

    The source added that Islamist militants attacked the positions of the Syrian army on the eastern outskirts of Zabadan early Thursday morning. The Syrian military, with the support of artillery, managed to repel the attack after a three-hour battle.

    According to the source, after the strike of the Israeli Air Force, the militants made a second attempt at the offensive, which was also repulsed by government forces.

    It is also reported that about 200 militants were surrounded by the forces of the Syrian army and the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters, fortified in the center of Zabadan.

    Which air force, in our region, is the largest sand storm in the last 75 years, there is nothing to see on the street, sand, nothing to breathe
  39. ASG7 11 September 2015 20: 18 New
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    Amerikosy counted already 6 an-124 which landed in Latakia. And you say - non-flying.
    P.S. Not sickly Russian construction of the base covered with a sandstorm. And they said no climate weapons.
  40. Awaz 11 September 2015 20: 54 New
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    the question? And how many Jews soaked the Arabs? I think over 40 thousand. And now Israel must be thrown into the Mediterranean Sea. Is there even a simpler question? How many Iraqis did the Americans kill? Do you remember how Hussein was hanged for a hundred killed by his special services?
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    Professor, well, was it better than now? And there are always dissatisfied .. and will ..
  42. Professor 11 September 2015 21: 33 New
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    Professor, well, was it better than now? And there are always dissatisfied .. and will ..

    Who is better? Alavites are better. Sunnis, not sure. Their dad asad packs of 10 fell.
  43. aiden 12 September 2015 02: 37 New
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    Stalin also fell. And they lived normally. You show us that we are violating democracy. And how much has your country exceeded, which you have signed as a threat to Israel. And behaving impudently, he felt impunity and lawlessness. Someday you will be cooked for this, and again you will be silent for 20 years
  44. Manul 11 September 2015 23: 56 New
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    Why are you disappointing them with facts? Well, think that all the warmest places in Syria were only among the Alawites, think that dad Asad dunked 40 Sunnis. And the rest, a beautiful marquise, all is well, all is well.
    Pay attention - the professor always acts alone as the defender of Israeli technology - in order to emphasize the authority of the status of “professor.” But as soon as it comes to political clashes (I hit myself in the chest with the heel and say “P”, the professor always accused everyone of “lies”. I argue that the Professor is a non-existent person. And if "" existing, then now I ask for confirmation of these wretched Israeli flags. And by the way, professor, you want to know why you are afraid of me?
  45. Professor 12 September 2015 08: 03 New
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    And by the way, professor, you want to know why you are afraid of me?

    Who are you anyway? laughing
  46. atalef 12 September 2015 08: 34 New
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    I argue that the Professor is a non-existent person

    belay
    well it's like
  47. saenara 12 September 2015 03: 52 New
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    Yes, tell us how all of Israel is heartbroken over every lost Sunni life :-)
  48. spiriolla-45 13 September 2015 11: 25 New
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    Hey, ghoul, how many millions of Anglo-Saxons have been killed in their history and how many will be killed? However, you imagine yourself elected, and the rest is so waste material.
  49. Old old 13 September 2015 20: 17 New
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    Why are you disappointing them with facts? Well, think that all the warmest places in Syria were only among the Alawites, think that dad Asad dunked 40 Sunnis.

    In Israel, "warm places" only among Jews. By analogy, is this the basis for the Tel Aviv Maidan and the change of political regime?
    How many Arabs were “soaked” by the so-called “defense” army of Israel during the occupation of Palestine and the subsequent genocide of the local population? Moreover, during the aggression, not only the Palestinian infrastructure was destroyed, but also UN facilities - hospitals, schools, etc.
  50. Egor65g 13 September 2015 20: 29 New
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    Warm are what? Many non-Jews in high positions in many fields.
    Quote: Old Age
    How many Arabs did the army dunk

    How many?
    As for genocide, look at the definition of a word and think before writing nonsense.
  • atalef 12 September 2015 08: 20 New
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    Still was good

    just absolutely unaware of the real situation in Syria before the war - this can be argued
  • spiriolla-45 13 September 2015 11: 18 New
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    Indeed, fighting Syria gives us time, and during this time it is advisable to get rid of the liberal henchmen of the world behind the scenes, which monopolized power in Russia. For good they should be shot, so that during the war do not wait for a knife in the back. Stalin was smarter in this respect, and before the war he cleaned the ranks of the leadership. Putin is at a crossroads and does not dare to get rid of his friends, who are more crap than good.
  • tatarin_ru 12 September 2015 00: 00 New
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    I think soon people will see new songs like this

    Walking the damned land again
    There is no helmet on the head
    Soldiers poke me at the back with a machine gun
    My life is hanging by a thread

    Who is the pilot that brought me down
    One Vietnamese I asked
    The slanted one who commanded the interrogation answered me
    Our pilot Li Si Tsin shot you down

    Are you Vietnamese lying for nothing
    I clearly heard in the headset
    Kohl press, and I'll cover. Vanya Bay, and I’ll cover
    Russian ace Ivan hit me

    Somewhere far away in native Texas
    At home, my father and mother are waiting for me
    My Phantom exploded quickly in the blue and clear sky
    I can't see you anymore
  • Buffalo 13 September 2015 10: 02 New
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    Israeli military raids al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem

    The Israeli military today raided the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. According to eyewitnesses, soldiers threw grenades at the Muslims, as a result of which several Palestinians were injured. This is reported by the English-speaking RT.
    13.09.2015, 08: 49

    Original news RT in Russian:
    http://russian.rt.com/article/114994

    With this provocation, the Israelis challenged the Palestinians and the entire Muslim world. This could lead to a new war. Al-Aqsa Mosque is considered one of the greatest shrines in the Muslim world. Jews dream of destroying the mosque in order to build their third temple on the Temple Mount. The third temple - a place where they will be placed on the throne of Moshiach - the Antichrist
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      Ek everything is turned upside down laughing
  • gladcu2 11 September 2015 15: 28 New
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    Yars

    This stream of refugees is unexpected for the average man. But the special services were to follow the preparation. They should have been aware of this. This is a planned and organized action.

    Assad must hold out for half a year. Until these refugees spread all of Europe starting in Germany.

    Russia will be waiting. Until in Europe someone starts asking for help. Or until this global insanity stops another leader.
    1. Yars 11 September 2015 15: 57 New
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      Yars

      This stream of refugees is unexpected for the average man. But the special services were to follow the preparation. They should have been aware of this. This is a planned and organized action.

      Assad must hold out for half a year. Until these refugees spread all of Europe starting in Germany.

      Russia will be waiting. Until in Europe someone starts asking for help. Or until this global insanity stops another leader.


      partially agree. But what special services were to trace it? European ??? For the most part, they serve their shtatovskim colleagues, and help to achieve goals!
    2. Bombardier 11 September 2015 18: 53 New
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      http://viktorhara.livejournal.com/7910.html

      September 11th, 2015, 01:18 pm
      State of emergency in Munich
      A friend just called, he lives in Garching (district of Munich, there is a research reactor and technical university).

      Burning police station in Ent. Already extinguished, but there was an attempt to set fire. There were clashes on the street. A crowd of refugees demands passage to the university’s campuses. He wants to settle there. Right campus pulls up. Leftists post on Facebook a call to the gathering at the university.

      Now we are leaving with a friend to take riots.
      I also know that another large crowd refused to go to the registration camp near Nuremberg, crowded out the cordon and the police and goes to the Berlin Courtyard hotel in order to occupy it for the night. It is very close to Marien Platz.
      It seems that this is really not refugees !!!! They say they saw black flags. But I think it's a duck, although the crowd is huge.
      In the evening, three trains from Budapest are expected at once, and this is almost 1500 people, they are met by the same number.
      A familiar Croat called and said that almost several thousand had moved from Kosovo and Bosnia, mowing down under the Syrians ...

      Now I watched the Bundeswehr column. It seems the situation is getting serious.
      In the evening, unsubscribe like that.

      The biggest problem is that the Bundesliga today and tomorrow. There are a lot of fans in the city.
      Tags: Munich, PE
  • Down House 11 September 2015 17: 11 New
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    Russia is obliged to help Syria, Syria will fall - we will be next in line!

    Who's next - Germashka will bend to the end under the invasion of Syrian guest workers from the destroyed country? Russia is millions of times stronger than Syria!
  • atalef 12 September 2015 08: 18 New
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    in this article, as always, the maaalenky nuance is missed, that people do not want to fight for the dictator and leader of the Alawites.

    Quote: iouris
    What is the "Alawites" the majority of readers do not understand, so let's not, democratic, you are ours.

    Well, for simplicity of explanation, if we say in Russia all the key posts in the Army, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Banks and the President-- were Tatars.
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    In reality, in any organizational structure, the power of a close-knit minority opposes the majority. 2

    ??
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    Horses at the crossing do not change.

    stubbornness is the first sign of dullness
    Quote: iouris
    The fall of the regime will mean "controlled chaos" in B. Vostok.

    There is chaos there. but it is not necessary to imagine that Assad’s fall would lead to general chaos in BV. He has not managed anything for a long time, and before, Syria was not a key player. Saudi Arabia and Egypt are much stronger and more important players
    Quote: iouris
    To support or not to support is not a matter of “Wishlist”, but a matter of morality (or lack thereof),

    Morality belay , in Africa people are dying of hunger - nevertheless, Russia is not worried about this a priori


    Quote: iouris
    We have always had a choice between bad and very bad, but now we have to choose between that bi or not that bi.

    Do not put a prefix to Syria - the key to stability in the world or the guardian of Russia.
    Without Syria, Russia has lived quietly for the past 20 years (the same as before) - the reasons for Russia's support for Syria are completely different.
    1. You are hostage to your own mantras - such as -We don’t give up - although it is not known who is already held hostage
    2. And of course, the absolutely mediocre policy of the Russian Foreign Ministry allowed Russia to lose all its allies in the BV
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      Quote: atalef
      Quote: iouris
      What is the "Alawites" the majority of readers do not understand, so let's not, democratic, you are ours.
      Well, for simplicity of explanation, if we say in Russia all the key posts in the Army, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Banks and the President-- were Tatars.

      It’s better to say - not by the Tatars, but, for example, by the Baptists - by nationality, they are almost all - except for Armenians, Circassians and Turkmens - Arabs.
      Hello Alexander! hi
  • kot stepan 12 September 2015 21: 06 New
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    It may be “democratic” and somewhat emotional and tells the facts in its coloring, but no matter how unpleasant you are ... In part, he is telling the truth. One has to admit that many Sunnis supported the rebellion against Assad. Many tribal leaders went over to ISIS. Part of the army (the Sunnis, for the most part) sits on the barracks - their reliability in battle is doubtful. There are many deserters and defectors. So, here. Unpleasant, but true.
  • kamikaze 12 September 2015 19: 33 New
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    let's better congratulate Bashar al-Assad on his birthday, wish him good health and good luck in his victory against the Nazis. I WISH HIM OCEAN GOOD LOVE. may Allah keep him and protect him from enemies.
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    Quote: KingCobra
    in this article, as always, the maaalenky nuance is missed, that people do not want to fight for the dictator and leader of the Alawites. And in Syria, everything is very divided into groups and Shiites, and Sunnis have been at war for centuries. In addition, the Asad camps and ethnicity are just very well remembered "the people of Syria who do not want to fight" ....

    You're not right. The war has been going on for 4 years. If there were no people who wanted to fight for Assad and Syria, then everything would have ended there within three months.
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      If there were no people who wanted to fight for Assad and Syria, then everything would have ended there within three months.
      - if there are sufficient resources and a certain knowledge of social engineering techniques, I will rearing any country, if only these skills and resources are available and in sufficient quantity, and there are people. If you don’t, you’ll destabilize the country next door weaker, and so much so that people would be horrified by a possible hunger — here’s the social base with human resources. Then you come up with an idea (in the form of ideology) and let the recruiters go - you can take on a stronger and better country. Russia, of course, is stronger than Syria, but the domino effect - Libya was a small knuckle, Syria - mediocre ... Iran is already a big knuckle, its fall - and the danger to Russia is very obvious. Isn't it easier to keep the middle knuckle from falling? In my opinion, it’s much easier, and just smarter!
  • Max_Bauder 11 September 2015 12: 09 New
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    people do not want to fight for the dictator and leader of the Alawites


    don't like the ruler? can this justify the fact that they cut and rape your compatriots? it’s necessary to fight at least for the homeland, for close and dear people, for compatriots who are defending it just like you, for an ally in the trench next to you. It seems that such words are only understandable for our mentality, Arabs, apparently as Europeans can only fight for themselves - by flight.
  • Victorio 11 September 2015 15: 08 New
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    Bashar al-Assad was born on September 11, 1965 in Damascus in the family of the commander of the Syrian Air Force and Air Defense, brigadier general Hafez al-Assad and his wife Anise Makhluf, who belong to the Alawite Muslim religious minority

    in this article, as always, the maaalenky newsletter is missed, the fact that people do not want to fight for the dictator and leader of the Alawites. And in Syria, everything is very divided into groups and Shiites, and Sunnis have been at war for centuries. In addition, the Asad camps and ethnicity are just very well remembered "the people of Syria who do not want to fight" ....

    =====
    the question is, who is fighting there then, and over the course of several years and on several fronts? and if in fact, people don’t want to fight at all
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      the question is, who is fighting there then, and over the course of several years and on several fronts? and if in fact, people don’t want to fight at all

      Alavites. Of these, a third of the personnel were killed, a third of the personnel defected, the Reichstag is being stormed in Berlin. The rest are fighting.
  • Akuzenka 13 September 2015 14: 17 New
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    You reason like a true Anglo-Saxon: divide and conquer. Do you know that you have two antagonistic parts, left and right? Which is better? Let them start to fight you, and we will see how your point of view changes, separate from you or stay united.
  • iouris 11 September 2015 13: 10 New
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    The people are tired of the war. However, a filter has been set, and only the young and the rich arrive in the West. Assad controls about 80% of the country's population, which are crowded in 20% of the territory. Real, not ostentatious military support for the regime from the outside can radically turn the tide.
  • gladcu2 11 September 2015 15: 20 New
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    Those withdrawals to Europe are also organized.

    What do you offer Assad? Hope for morality and scream, go back. Do we need people to protect our lands?

    Where does such morality still work? Maybe in Russia?

    There may be other suggestions instead of persuading them to return to a torn country, and not for a free allowance in Germany.

    Maybe penal battles can help?
  • Bombardier 11 September 2015 18: 51 New
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    September 11th, 2015, 01:18 pm
    State of emergency in Munich
    A friend just called, he lives in Garching (district of Munich, there is a research reactor and technical university).

    Burning police station in Ent. Already extinguished, but there was an attempt to set fire. There were clashes on the street. A crowd of refugees demands passage to the university’s campuses. He wants to settle there. Right campus pulls up. Leftists post on Facebook a call to the gathering at the university.

    Now we are leaving with a friend to take riots.
    I also know that another large crowd refused to go to the registration camp near Nuremberg, crowded out the cordon and the police and goes to the Berlin Courtyard hotel in order to occupy it for the night. It is very close to Marien Platz.
    It seems that this is really not refugees !!!! They say they saw black flags. But I think it's a duck, although the crowd is huge.
    In the evening, three trains from Budapest are expected at once, and this is almost 1500 people, they are met by the same number.
    A familiar Croat called and said that almost several thousand had moved from Kosovo and Bosnia, mowing down under the Syrians ...

    Now I watched the Bundeswehr column. It seems the situation is getting serious.
    In the evening, unsubscribe like that.

    The biggest problem is that the Bundesliga today and tomorrow. There are a lot of fans in the city.
    Tags: Munich, PE

    http://viktorhara.livejournal.com/7910.html
  • _Lexa_ 11 September 2015 09: 45 New
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    Happy Birthday to Bashar al-Assad!
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      I will throw a couple of non-formal photos of the hero of the day:
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        Here is another photo
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          Now there’s probably no time to play with the kids.
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            And how do you like his wife:
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              Here is a photo of the "tyrant" strolling, though he was not considered a tyrant then - this photo says:
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                A talented ophthalmologist (multiple participant in international scientific symposiums), a historian, a programmer, and a tank commander who studied at a military academy under the leadership of Russian officers. The president and commander in chief of the Syrian armed forces, a happy husband and father.
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                Quote: Bombardier
                Here is a photo of the "tyrant" strolling, though he was not considered a tyrant then - this photo says:

                Walking around Europe.

                Quote: Bombardier
                an ambitious ophthalmologist (multiple participant in international scientific symposiums), a historian, a programmer, and a tank commander who studied at a military academy under the leadership of Russian officers. The president and commander in chief of the Syrian armed forces, a happy husband and father.

                A Komsomol member, an athlete and just a beauty ... responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Syrians, millions of refugees and the collapse of the country. His last hope is Alavistan.
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                  Professor! Why are you late?
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                    Professor! Why are you late?

                    I do not celebrate Asad’s birthday, I will celebrate the day of his death.

                    Quote: kot28.ru
                    Professor, Mr. Waltzman and Kolomoisky also seem to be from among yours, completely innocent? recourse

                    From "ours" is it from whom?

                    Quote: UNCLE
                    Professor do not suffocate from hatred. Assad is like a bone across your throat. I mean all of Israel. And this country is much more ancient than your promised land. And this is a question of who the killer and the villain are.

                    I have a personal dislike for Assad. Israel asada means. He would have bothered us for a long time did not live.
                    At the expense of the "ancient", today I am not in the mood for trolls to feed.

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                    Here is a bad Assad, does not give his country to the Americans to be torn to pieces, but how dare he

                    4 years ago, Assad was only required to hold elections, abolish the constitutional article on the leading role of the party ... and carry out a series of reforms (mainly in the economy). However, Assad decided how his dad to suppress then not yet mass unrest among the Sunnis. Result: Syria will fall into 4 states (Sunni, Druze, Alavite and Kurdish). Those Christians who do not have time to escape to Europe and the United States will be cut. The economy is destroyed, the army too ...

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                    I beg you, professor! Israeli crying for the Syrians!

                    We are treating thousands of Syrians, and how many cured your allies?

                    Quote: 0255
                    Rather, in Pharisee, he pretends to cry for the Syrians.

                    How much has your government cured the Syrians? No one? So does one of us care about the Syrians? wink
                    1. silver_roman 11 September 2015 14: 13 New
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                      From Asad 4 years ago everything was required

                      WHAT DID YOU NEED? meant all the requirements coming from OUTSIDE the country or from the creatures that go under this demanding !!!
                      I demand that Israel cease to exist. he puts the Syrians at risk !!! fulfill the requirement? those. if I personally had a strong army, I would have to throw you bombs into the Stone Age !!!

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                      We are treating thousands of Syrians, and how many cured your allies?

                      Yeah, first ring, and then heal?
                      we try to make fewer victims. what do you think is better to deal with: consequences or causes?
                    2. Talgat 11 September 2015 14: 14 New
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                      It’s useless to even enter into a discussion, this is the point of view of the USA and the Fed. But the truth is not with you, but with Assad and the heroes of Hezbollah and the IRGC fighters helping them, with Russia and China, just read the speeches of Lavrov, Sajjidi, Ahmadinejad -
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                      But the truth is not with you, but with Assad and the heroes of Hezbollah and the IRGC fighters helping them,

                      Shiites - right? , And where in this picture are the Sunnis, who make up 70% of the population?
                      This is a civil war with a religious component.

                      Quote: Talgat
                      with Russia and China,

                      In only China do not interfere. China does not supply weapons, advisers, etc.
                      The role of China is to play on the contradictions between the West and Russia, which it successfully does
                      To call China generally someone’s ally is simply not to know reality.
                      China oyuznik only imagined.
                  2. Sarmat149 11 September 2015 14: 15 New
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                    People, I don’t understand. Why are you even listening to this professor. It is necessary to call a spade a spade. Professor of the enemy. And nothing more.
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                    People, I don’t understand. Why are you even listening to this professor. It is necessary to call a spade a spade. Professor of the enemy. And nothing more.

                    Of course the enemy. And Assad is your friend. Just why are we treating Syrian kids, not you?

                    Yes, it turns out that these are your friends?
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                    People, I don’t understand. Why are you even listening to this professor. It is necessary to call a spade a spade. Professor of the enemy. And nothing more.

                    People of this kind of injury are not just enemies, they hate Russia with fierce hatred and everything connected with it and in many ways all people different from them, because for others like him all the rest are not people, but goyim, as they say, Nazism in its purest form.
                2. mitya24 11 September 2015 14: 36 New
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                  Hold on, professor.

                  "The UN Cultural Agency held a flag-raising ceremony over its headquarters in Paris, welcoming Palestine as a full member of the organization."
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                  What is the currency of this state, do not tell me?
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                  What is the currency of this state, do not tell me?

                  Fiystekel.

                  And where do you get their capital? Well, where is rais in mukat? wink
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                  Well, where is rais in mukata

                  mukataA laughing
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                  mukataA

                  I had to look at mukata in sight when the last rais (the one that pedophile) was sitting there. It’s good that it’s only in the sight of a rifle, and if it were a larger caliber, then the nerves could refuse. bully
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                  Eeeee ... This is what kind of endurance you need to have laughing
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                  Quote: Professor
                  Quote: Egor65G
                  mukataA

                  I had to look at mukata in sight when the last rais (the one that pedophile) was sitting there. It’s good that it’s only in the sight of a rifle, and if it were a larger caliber, then the nerves could refuse. bully


                  Regarding the sight, I'm just interested. You long ago complained here that after studying at a university and subsequent employment in the Union, the faucets of Cuba, the felts of Nicaragua were withheld from their salaries in the fund for assistance. If you add up your years, then it turns out with a booooo stretch you could go through age to serve in the Israeli army.
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                  . You long ago complained here that after studying at a university and subsequent employment in the Union, the faucets of Cuba, the felts of Nicaragua were withheld from their salaries in the fund for assistance.

                  You confuse me with someone.

                  Quote: yushch
                  If you add up your years, then it turns out with a booooo stretch you could go through age to serve in the Israeli army.

                  Earlier in Israel, the "old men" who entered the holy land at "advanced age" were also taken into the army. Today, those who came to Israel over the age of 18 are exempted from military service.
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                  Quote: Professor
                  Quote: yushch
                  . You long ago complained here that after studying at a university and subsequent employment in the Union, the faucets of Cuba, the felts of Nicaragua were withheld from their salaries in the fund for assistance.

                  You confuse me with someone.

                  Quote: yushch
                  If you add up your years, then it turns out with a booooo stretch you could go through age to serve in the Israeli army.

                  Earlier in Israel, the "old men" who entered the holy land at "advanced age" were also taken into the army. Today, those who came to Israel over the age of 18 are exempted from military service.


                  Well, well, it was after our lively discussion that I got into your emergency. You said that everyone voluntarily forcibly kept part of the money to help Nicaragua or other countries. But it’s not the point, I also know that repatriates who came to Israel after 27 years are not drafted into the army and even from the reserve they are not called up in case of mobilization.
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                  But it’s not the point, I also know that repatriates who came to Israel after 27 years are not drafted into the army and even from the reserve they are not called up in case of mobilization.

                  Now the laws are different. My colleague from the Technion served in the army although he arrived at 40. Now those who come at 18 no longer serve.
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    Hold on, professor.

    "The UN Cultural Agency held a flag-raising ceremony over its headquarters in Paris, welcoming Palestine as a full member of the organization."

    Well? Should I be sad now? Or maybe you are hinting that it is worth stopping the Fylystyns to give free water, gas and electricity? wink
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    Hold on, professor.

    "The UN Cultural Agency held a flag-raising ceremony over its headquarters in Paris, welcoming Palestine as a full member of the organization."

    Well ?
    Already as 2 days raised.
    Something has changed ? laughing
  • Wiruz 11 September 2015 14: 46 New
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    I do not celebrate Asad’s birthday, I will celebrate the day of his death.

    And how can one not become an anti-Semite request
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    And how can one not become an anti-Semite

    I celebrate Hitler’s death day, not his birthday. And you?
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    I celebrate Hitler’s death day, not his birthday. And you?

    Well, did you compare ... What exactly did Assad salt with you or your promised land?
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    . What exactly did Assad salt with you or your promised land?

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    And we, our grandparents, are precisely the cause of Hitler’s death and it’s not customary to celebrate the death of our enemy. It is enough that we defeated him.
  • Yars 11 September 2015 16: 01 New
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    Professor, why don't you celebrate Hitler's birthday? He, too, was a Jew!
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    Professor, why don't you celebrate Hitler's birthday? He, too, was a Jew!

    The professor and his ideological comrade Pupyrchatyi already proved to me that Hitler was not a Jew, and the Jewish bankers Rothschilds and Rockefellers of Hitler did not sponsor.
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    Yeah :)))
    among the three warriors ilya muromets jew.
    Do you also drink water from a tap? Ugh ...
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    Hitler eva? wassat
    Rockefeller Jew? wassat
    Did Rothschild sponsor Hitler? wassat

    Oh, and the grass is now strong.
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    Hitler eva? wassat
    Rockefeller Jew? wassat
    Did Rothschild sponsor Hitler? wassat

    Oh, and the grass is now strong.

    I don’t smoke at all, neither grass, nor regular cigarettes.
    "I like" your Jewish logic - it’s worth saying about a Jewish criminal, you immediately begin to call yourself an alcoholic, drug addict, or even an anti-Semite or fascist.
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    I don’t smoke at all, neither grass, nor regular cigarettes.
    "I like" your Jewish logic - it’s worth saying about a Jewish criminal, you immediately begin to call yourself an alcoholic, drug addict, or even an anti-Semite or fascist.

    But I naively thought that you would fill me up with facts. wink
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    Quote: 0255
    I don’t smoke at all, neither grass, nor regular cigarettes.
    "I like" your Jewish logic - it’s worth saying about a Jewish criminal, you immediately begin to call yourself an alcoholic, drug addict, or even an anti-Semite or fascist.

    But I naively thought that you would fill me up with facts. wink

    Catch the links, although you still will not believe in them
    http://inosmi.ru/europe/20100826/162444378.html
    http://www.dazzle.ru/antifascism/hitler.shtml
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    Catch the links, although you still will not believe in them

    Like grass. wassat A DNA test showed that Hitler’s nephew had Jewish blood in his blood? That is, if a Jewish mother raped her nephew’s mother, then Jewish blood jumped to her uncle? fool

    What about the Jew Rockefeller? wink
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    Catch the links, although you still will not believe in them

    Like grass. wassat A DNA test showed that Hitler’s nephew had Jewish blood in his blood? That is, if a Jewish mother raped her nephew’s mother, then Jewish blood jumped to her uncle? fool

    What about the Jew Rockefeller? wink

    Do not believe me - it's your business ... Maybe it's me, and not you sword beads? wink
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    I believe Hitler’s nephew has Jewish blood. But I do not understand what this has to do with Hitler? Well, what about Rockefeller, Mr. liar? wink
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    then Hitler was not a Jew and the Jewish bankers Rothschilds and Rockefellers

    Can you talk about Rockefeller in more detail? laughing
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    Rockefeller does not seem to be a Jew. Rothschild is a fact.
    That and they are not the same. These are just bankers serving far steeper guys!
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    And how can one not become an anti-Semite

    Sorry. Hitler, when he was not accepted into the Academy of Arts, also thought so.
  • Unclean 11 September 2015 14: 54 New
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    I don’t understand something. Professor, aren't your planes flying to bomb other countries? Assad seems to have personally climbed into your garden, but how many times have you violated his country's airspace. I definitely don’t know, but I think more than once. And if you have a personal hostility towards him, then this is your personal sexual grief. In your country, cities are not erased from the face of the earth and people do not scatter in search of salvation in other countries. You see, he didn’t hold the election, but what’s your business, it’s his country and it’s not for you to decide what and how to conduct it; And thanks for the troll
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    I don’t understand something. Professor, aren’t your planes flying to bomb other countries, Assad seems to have personally climbed into your garden, and how many times have you violated his countries airspace

    Really how much? And how many times have we been bombarded? Will you tell me or tell me?

    Quote: UNCLE
    In your country, cities are not erased from the face of the earth, and people do not scatter in search of salvation in other countries. You see, he didn’t hold the election, but what’s your business, it’s his country and it’s not for you to decide what and how to conduct it;

    Yes, let them do what they want at home, but they just don’t come to us. But they climb the same.

    Quote: UNCLE
    And thanks for the troll

    You are welcome. I'm good today, shabes. hi
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    You are welcome. I'm good today, shabes. hi[/ Quote]
    I don’t understand your fen. Shabes this hope not zig heil
  • atalef 12 September 2015 08: 52 New
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    I don’t understand something. Professor, aren't your planes flying to bomb other countries? Assad seems to be personally, he did not climb into your garden

    belay Do you live in an alternative universe? Or operate solely on data for the last 4 years?

    Quote: UNCLE
    And if you have a personal dislike for him, then this is your personal sexual grief


    Quote: UNCLE
    . In your country, cities are not erased from the face of the earth and people do not scatter in search of salvation in other countries

    Because in our country, power is selectively changing, and not transferred from father to son.
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    You see, he didn’t hold the elections, but what's your business?

    No, he is fighting with his own people, and not with us. Therefore, our business is nothing more than yours, we are observing

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    it’s his country and it’s not for you to judge what and how to conduct it,

    Him ? In general, he is not a king, so the people behaved this way. Well, somehow he doesn’t want to protect him
    Therefore, there Hezbollah (Lebanon), the IRGC (Iran), and now Russia - but the Syrians (Christians already almost all) - run and run. But Assad has no one to fight.
    Already escaped more than 9 million. In Jordan, Turkey is now breaking into Europe.
    And to defend Assad - Russia will be the lives of its soldiers.
    Only in this formula one thing was not taken into account in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - 70% of the country are Sunnis.
    Who will fight with?
  • gladcu2 11 September 2015 16: 48 New
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    Professor.

    Why are you so shortsighted?

    Do you not understand that while Assad is alive and fighting, Israel still exists?

    After all, if there is no Assad, why and who needs Israel? Israel is there to create political tension.

    Can’t you drive yourself?
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    People like you do not “heal” a professor, but kill
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    and carry out a series of reforms (mainly in the economy)

    - let those who are accustomed to demand this, carrying out these economic reforms, SHOULD INSTEAD THESE REQUIREMENTS INSTEAD OF RECTAL CANDLES! We have experienced in our own skin what it is like to fulfill these requirements! angry Just to carry out reforms in the economy! Yes, Assad is right a thousand times - now half of the country is in ruins, but free and sovereign, and after these "reforms" there is no sovereignty, and also in ruins, and even the Alawites would have cut everyone. Not, then, of course, for decency, those who slaughtered the Alawites would be punished as they put Pinochet at the end of his life or pursue an Albanian-Kosovo general, but what's the point?
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    However, Assad decided how his dad to suppress then not yet mass unrest among the Sunnis.
    B. Assad, like his "father", did not fight with the Sunnis as such, but with the Islamic fundamentalists - Muslim Brotherhood. 4 years ago, about half of approx. The 3000 dead were civil servants who were killed and burned by the "brothers" who attacked government agencies. In Churkin then declared:
    armed gangs fueled by smuggling weapons seize settlements, kill and repair atrocities against law enforcement officers and civilians, smash and burn state institutions
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    I do not celebrate Asad’s birthday, I will celebrate the day of his death.



    A person who wants death to another what gets in return?
  • Professor 12 September 2015 08: 10 New
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    A person who wants death to another what gets in return?

    I understand that there are some who wish Hitler immortality, but I am not like that.
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    Oleg, what are you all about this Hitler popping into all the possibilities?

    The less you remember, the better.

    By the way, he shot himself, a fact.

    Nobody forces you to love someone, but the desire for someone to die says a lot about a person, and not for the better.
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    Oleg, what are you all about this Hitler popping into all the possibilities?

    The less you remember, the better.

    Quite the contrary. Forget it and a new "effective manager" will appear.
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    It doesn’t depend on us mere mortals when he ("effective manager")
    will appear.


    Just recently, directly inflict some kind of covering up in your reasoning such phenomena as fascism.

    Of course, this is very convenient when there is nothing else (from the arguments) left.
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    It doesn’t depend on us mere mortals when he ("effective manager")
    will appear.

    Even how it depends. Hitler was elected.
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    Propaganda, she is.

    They assure me that in Syria, the regime of B. Assad, and in Russia, the regime of V. Putin.
    All that's left is to free the enslaved peoples.

    But I know where the legs grow from.
  • dali 12 September 2015 01: 33 New
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    I do not celebrate Asad’s birthday, I will celebrate the day of his death.
    Are you bloodthirsty? belay

    And how many people will celebrate your day of death, do you think ?!
    laughing laughing laughing
    And rightly so after your words like that ...
  • aiden 12 September 2015 02: 45 New
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    "I do not celebrate Asad’s birthday, I will celebrate the day of his death"
    Remember what Putin said about Yanukovych? And in Syria, there are problems with medicines. Yes, and Russian folk sayings are not in your favor
  • ars_pro 12 September 2015 09: 36 New
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    Professor, I’ve read you, and somehow I knew that you had a special point of view, but at the moment you smell inadequate in relation to the Syrian issue, it seems that Assad personally killed your family, I personally am for Assad, and by the way, the Israeli pilots hit the positions of the Syrian army just the other day, now there’s only one question: who will the bloodthirsty Igil put his eyes on after Syria, or if Syria is too tough for Igil, I don’t think it will stop them and someone will next, and Israel has great chances to get under the neck of the bottle, I just want you to see the situation from the side and overestimate your view
  • Professor 12 September 2015 09: 39 New
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    Tell me two differences between Isil and friends of Assad Hezbollah or Isil and other friends of Assad Hamas, and then we continue our conversation. hi
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    I’ll say well, and not even two differences, but more, despite the fact that I am not an expert on Arab countries, the very first difference is goals, the second difference is methods, Hamas, by the way, did not exist until Israel showed aggression, so if Igil’s goals are mercantile and it’s important for them only to control the territories and no matter what the cost is, Hamas and Hizbal’s lambs who bleated for a long time trying to resolve issues peacefully, even if there were attempts to agree in due time, Isil declaring his goals directly says, we’ll cut. Therefore, I think it is wild on the part of Israel to support Isil for the sake of Aamerica, and for some reason it seems that Israel’s interests are also commercial on this issue
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    I didn’t catch the difference between Isil and Hezbollah except that some Sunnis and others are Shiites? And those other Gentiles do not like, they want to build a caliphate.
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    The thing is not at all who is who, because I know that both Sunnis and Shiites get along well with each other, like the Orthodox and Catholics and sectarians, but there are general differences in general, but not these differences cause a conflict, I hope you understand that. Namely, the difference in goals and methods
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    The thing is not at all who is who, because I know that both Sunnis and Shiites get along well with each other, like the Orthodox and Catholics and sectarians, but there are general differences in general, but not these differences cause a conflict, I hope you understand that

    Why carry such nonsense? Sunnis and Shiites have been slaughtering each other for hundreds of years.
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    well, they’ve been fighting, for a long time, as much as three hundred years already, about rubbish - you’ll be shocked) but Islam exists for 1500 years, it turns out that they lived normally for 1200 years, and this despite the fact that Shiites are only 15-20% of all believers. Or are you a secret Shiite professor?)
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  • kot28.ru 11 September 2015 12: 05 New
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    Professor, Mr. Waltzman and Kolomoisky also seem to be from among yours, completely innocent? recourse
  • Unclean 11 September 2015 12: 17 New
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    .... thread your mother! Professor! Phillipych come in .- (Sharikov)
    . Professor do not suffocate from hatred. Assad is like a bone across your throat. I mean all of Israel. And this country is much more ancient than your promised land. And this is a question of who the killer and the villain are.
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    A Komsomol member, an athlete and just a beauty ... responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Syrians, millions of refugees and the collapse of the country. His last hope is Alavistan.

    Yeah, poor Islamists from ISIS and the "moderate opposition", because of Assad they’re badly "jihadi" because of Assad, I’ll pay right now laughing Here is a bad Assad, does not give his country to the Americans to be torn to pieces, but how dare he laughing
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      Americans and the Israeli regime that does evil and spreads hatred in the region.


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  • Bombardier 11 September 2015 12: 40 New
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    Quote: Bombardier
    Here is a photo of the "tyrant" strolling, though he was not considered a tyrant then - this photo says:

    Walking around Europe.

    Quote: Bombardier
    an ambitious ophthalmologist (multiple participant in international scientific symposiums), a historian, a programmer, and a tank commander who studied at a military academy under the leadership of Russian officers. The president and commander in chief of the Syrian armed forces, a happy husband and father.

    A Komsomol member, an athlete and just a beauty ... responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Syrians, millions of refugees and the collapse of the country. His last hope is Alavistan.


    I beg you, professor! Israeli crying for the Syrians! winked You (the Israelis) would not be embarrassed then - you would go to fight against Assad in ISIS, or whatever - there is some kind of NUSR.
    Stop, stop .. It seems to be the United States МUSR officially support ..., oops ... the United States and Israel support - that would be a "sweet couple." And by this it turns out that the United States is pushing you in one row. What is it to stand along with terrorists? The professor is getting older, the second time in a couple of days a puncture.
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      Israeli crying for the Syrians!

      Rather, in Pharisee, he pretends to cry for the Syrians.
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  • silver_roman 11 September 2015 14: 10 New
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    responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Syrians, millions of refugees and the collapse of the country. His last hope is Alavistan.

    Well, yes, I agree responsible. you just had to let Syria tear to pieces, as happened with Iraq and Libya. and then civilians would not die. they would die out under the onslaught of demography, but not from a bullet. purely typical Jewish trick ???
    never been an anti-Semite, but such words make you think !!! ugh
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      . and then civilians would not die.

      Yeah. Do not die. 40 000 assad daddy rolled into the asphalt does not count?

      Quote: silver_roman
      purely typical Jewish trick ???

      fool

      Quote: silver_roman
      never been an anti-Semite, but such words make you think !!! ugh

      If there is something to think about, then you are welcome.
      1. silver_roman 11 September 2015 14: 51 New
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        Yeah. Do not die. 40 000 assad daddy rolled into the asphalt does not count?

        dad left in 2000. Now we are talking about Bashar. Did he drive 40 people into the asphalt?
        not talking about the events of the coup. Yes, the dictator was Hafez. If you reproach him, then what about the monarchy of the gulf to say?
        do not translate the arrows.
        I am talking about today's tragedy. Why dislike Bashar? Is he the son of his father? Or because he did not fall prey to the ambitions of others to destroy the NEXT country?

        you knock yourself on the forehead with a club. another candidate for the nobel peace prize damn. about the Syrians bother ???? hypocrisy and nothing more.
        how many died in 4 years? and that Bashar is to blame?
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        about the Syrians bother ????

        No

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        Why dislike Bashar

        Because of this, Lebanon 2006:
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        the chain is this: Tula (producer) -Damaska ​​(importer) - Hezbollah (recipient) and target Israel? understand correctly?

        If correctly understood, then there is logic. But let's be clean: war is a huge and chic business for weapons "barons". This is how our generals often sold guns to militants in Chechnya. there was such a thing ...
        And this always and always happens.
        Another thing is that if Lebanon received weapons specifically for the purpose of attacking Israel!
        That provocation every time - this is a trend in the war.
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        You have absolutely correctly formed the chain. Just did not indicate the sponsor, the Islamic dictatorship of Iran, and were a little mistaken with the recipient of Hezbollah. And precisely for the attack on Israel.
        And if we have already involved the logic, why should Israel, a tiny and not rich country, and surrounded by Muslim peoples, fight with the Arabs? Let them at least leave us alone. Better yet, the world. After all, Egypt and Jordan do not complain.
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        And precisely for the attack on Israel.

        if so, then no doubt!
        It just turns out to be a vinaigrette: you avenging B. Assad for Lebanon 2006, the Professor takes revenge on his dad for 40 Syrians rolled into asphalt. Americans simply urinate everyone: Syrians, Lebanese, Iranians (in their own way), Iraqis, etc. etc.
        Just here I affirm that hundreds of thousands of innocent residents suffer and Assad is to blame? Well, if he is to blame, and not these hundreds of thousands, then land the special forces as from Gaddafi and remove Assad. Or you are blackmailing him: like you won’t leave, people of your people will continue to die !!!! so it turns out !!! Or Assad was elected by the people of Syria only because of the slogan: kill the Jews? the people did not vote for it because of this !!! sure and the slogans of such en were!

        I mean that the people are not responsible for the actions of their leader!
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        It’s not about Assad’s revenge. The IDF is trying to prevent Assad from delivering weapons to Hizbullah, that’s all.
        Physically eliminate Assad, and even in this difficult situation, why does Israel need it?
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        people are not responsible for the actions of their leader

        As it does not answer, the people chose him. In Syria, however, is not a monarchy. Although this is already a big policy, it’s a dirty business. Moreover, civil war is generally darkness.
        Believe me, we would be happy to live in peace with all our neighbors, and we are not the reason that this does not happen.
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        let's get back to where we started. They talked about hatred of Assad. If your goal is to prevent attacks from the side of Hesbala, then work at its headquarters, if this is impossible for one reason or another, then this "enemy" is too tough for you. Or you are not using all means.
        It is clear that their soldiers are sorry, but there’s no way to beat the Terras among the peaceful Lebanese!
        I don’t believe that conflict cannot be prevented when everyone is interested. There is always one. who sets it on fire. IS ALWAYS.
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        As it does not answer, the people chose him.

        on this basis, everyone is guilty and deserves to die! if you take the first 50 countries from the UN list!
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        Believe me, we would be happy to live in peace with all our neighbors, and we are not the reason that this does not happen.

        sincerely believe. But I'm not sure that everything adheres to your point of view. It is not for me to explain to you that there is a military lobby, there are states in which there is enough lobby, there are defense industries of different countries, there are strategies and trivial competition of nations. with such thoughts you can get to a deep philosophy and go crazy!
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        So let's not slide into philosophy smile
        Our goal is not a war against Hezbollah, our goal is a calm and peaceful life in our country. And it is not our fault that the current Iranian leadership is not happy with this.
        And hizbala is so-feeding ups of Muslim Iran. And Assad is the only obedient performer of Ayatollah.
        And the fact that they intentionally install their headquarters and launchers in residential buildings, schools and hospitals is not our fault. What the IDF does for civilians is not done by any army in the world.
        You look at the situation with an open mind, because Israel always only defends itself.
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        So let's not slide into philosophy

        support!
        I will say only one thing: I hope the world will come to our house (Donbass) and your home!
        I know that it’s not real, but dreaming is not harmful! hi
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        And I hope for the same hi
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    dad left in 2000. Now we are talking about Bashar. Did he drive 40 people into the asphalt?

    The optometrist has already rolled up more than 200.

    Quote: silver_roman
    not talking about the events of the coup. Yes, the dictator was Hafez. If you reproach him, then what about the monarchy of the gulf to say?

    Both that and others of one field of a berry.

    Quote: silver_roman
    I am talking about today's tragedy. Why dislike Bashar? Is he the son of his father? Or because he did not fall prey to the ambitions of others to destroy the NEXT country?

    From the fact that on his hands is the blood of our children. From what makes the heroes of infanticide.



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    you knock yourself on the forehead with a club. another candidate for the nobel peace prize damn. about the Syrians bother ???? hypocrisy and nothing more.

    We treat Syrian citizens free of charge without asking what their name is. How much have you cured?

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    how many died in 4 years? and that Bashar is to blame?

    Yes, Assad is to blame.
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    The optometrist has already rolled up more than 200.

    Are you there again ?! What does it mean "rolled up 200" ??? Did he cut each of the 000? or his actions led to the death of 200? or what ???
    It is possible to say that Stalin rolled 26 million people during the Second World War ??? Or Roosevelt under 000? This is war !!! What the hell climbed into Syria? WHAT !!!!! ????? chemical weapons ???? Remember the slogans of the aggressors! ok Israel ... I really respect your people and recognize your interests, but it's not about you. I’m talking about the coalition as a whole, when all kinds of critters shake tubes (Iraq) with detergent, then links to youtube, then human rights and (!!!) students rallies, and then everything that is now !! and where did al qaeda go? oh yes ... now rebranding is ... ISIS his mother!
    In short, I'm talking about fish, and you tell me about meat!

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    We treat Syrian citizens free of charge without asking what their name is. How much have you cured?

    I repeat: you are fighting the consequences, but it would be worth the reasons! what's the point when you treat hundreds or a couple of thousand, when the bill goes to hundreds of thousands, or even millions!
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    Are you there again ?! What does it mean "rolled up 200" ??? Did he cut each of the 000? or his actions led to the death of 200? or what ???

    Hitler didn’t cut either. Moreover, he was generally a vegetarian. But Assad is a "talented optometrist."

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    What the hell climbed into Syria? WHAT !!!!! ?????

    Who got it? There are no peas and proponents of foreign troops there.

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    In short, I'm talking about fish, and you tell me about meat!

    Deep. I’m about the Asad butcher, but who are you talking about?

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    I repeat: you are fighting the consequences, but it would be worth the reasons!

    We are not the cause of the war in Syria and not our ally, Syria, but we are treating their children, you are not treating the children of your allies. Nowhere in the news did I see reports that Russia opened a mobile hospital in Tartus or Latakia. Maybe I missed something?

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    what's the point when you treat hundreds or a couple of thousand, when the bill goes to hundreds of thousands, or even millions!

    One man who saved saved the whole world.
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    Who got it? There are no peas and proponents of foreign troops there.

    let's not play the fool and waste time on nonsense, proving whose fault that protests broke out in Syria, which grew into riots with all the consequences.
    I will not retell the technology of revolutions actively used by the shatatmy and their puppets!
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    Deep. I’m about the Asad butcher, but who are you talking about?

    you are banal dust in your eyes.
    Well, yes, there were Syrians, then one of them (a supporter of a "bloody" optometrist, not to be confused with a bloody pastry chef) stepped on a representative of the still non-existent CCA and raced ... a showdown, a violation of the balance of democracy in the region, chemical weapons ... it is strange that Assad did not bring down any Dutch Boeing over Syria!
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    We are not the cause of the war in Syria and not our ally Syria

    I did not say that you are the cause of the war in Syria !!!
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    but we treat their children, you do not treat the children of your allies.

    what did you get started about children? on fingers: a house is burning, I save children from there. Of course, not all. What would be more effective: to prevent arson of the house by arresting the arsonist, or to rush and save the inhabitants of this house?
    I about it !!! and as the history of the last 30 years shows, the first is much more effective !!! and try to do it! DO NOT FIGHT NOT WITH CONSEQUENCES, BUT WITH REASONS! Because you save one child, 100 will die! but then repeat 100 times that I saved the child! Efficiency is not enough somehow.
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    One man who saved saved the whole world.

    beautiful, only extremely controversial, And I would say it does not apply to today's situation! and such eloquence does not change the situation for the better, the TREND does not break!
    but going to a bunch of ******** - "friends" of Syria and are trying to grind something with their tongues. sick ....
    footnote
    ***** - the worst insults to your taste!
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    let's not play the fool and waste time on nonsense, proving whose fault that protests broke out in Syria, which grew into riots with all the consequences.

    The fault of only one person is Assad.

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    you are banal dust in your eyes.

    Not at all. People went to the PEACE demonstration and ...
    Do you see doctors who do not get paid tomorrow, are you also from machine guns?

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    what did you get started about children? on fingers: a house is burning, I save children from there. Of course, not all. What would be more effective: to prevent arson of the house by arresting the arsonist, or to rush and save the inhabitants of this house?

    The house is already on fire. Why don't you save the children of your ally?

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    beautiful, only extremely controversial, And I would say it does not apply to today's situation! and such eloquence does not change the situation for the better, the TREND does not break!

    This is universal truth. It has been valid for thousands of years. Ask where she is from.

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    but going to a bunch of ******** - "friends" of Syria and are trying to grind something with their tongues. sick ....
    footnote

    I do not care about friends and enemies of Syria. I see through binoculars from my house (not today, a dust storm) a hospital in which there are real Syrian children.

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    I don’t know how much. Just don’t say that after your bombing people do not die

    Are dying. Only as you know, we warn the population about the upcoming bombing in advance. We have every victim among the civilian population of the enemy is a super jamb that is properly investigated.


    A small explosion on the roof is a warning to leave the building before the big explosion.


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    Are dying. Only as you know, we warn the population about the upcoming bombing in advance. We have every victim among the civilian population of the enemy is a super jamb that is properly investigated.
    A small explosion on the roof is a warning to leave the building before the big explosion.

    The time from a small explosion to a large 20-60 seconds. During this time, is it really possible to run out of the house, especially from a 4- or 5-storey building in the 1st video? By the way, it is not visible that fire was fired from these houses, why are you bombing them?
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    The time from a small explosion to a large 20-60 seconds. During this time, is it really possible to run out of the house, especially from a 4- or 5-storey building in the 1st video?

    1. The video was edited.
    2. Israeli children in Sderot have to run into a bomb shelter in 13 seconds.
    3. Residents of the house were also warned by radio, phoned, sent SMS and scattered leaflets. The warning "knock on the roof" (this is what it is called) is already an extreme warning.
    4. Hamas workers (those who had their headquarters in Damascus and those who were covered by the Assad) use "similar" tactics. Their suicide bomber explodes in the crowd, and after some time when help to the victims is ripe, the second suicide bomber explodes in order to double the number of victims.

    Quote: 0255
    By the way, it is not visible that fire was fired from these houses, why are you bombing them?

    Well, what kind of fire? Residents were warned before the bombing, and those who fired ran ahead of the residents. Moreover, the video was shot not by us, but by their children.

    Here's an example of the movie that you posted. They modestly cut out a warning explosion and showed only the main one. You need to look wider.
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    The video was edited.

    How do I know what they edited?
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    How do I know what they edited?

    And you compare the video of the bombing of the same house posted by you and me. And why should Israel even make a warning shot? Not a single law requires this, nor does any other country in the world do this at all? our goal is to minimize the number of civilian casualties, otherwise in Gaza there would be not 2500 dead, but 250. And the UN absolutely also accused us of “war crimes”, no more and no less. Or maybe even less.
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    How do I know what they edited?

    And you compare the video of the bombing of the same house posted by you and me. And why should Israel even make a warning shot?

    Compared - the video I posted immediately shows the fall of the building

    Your video

    The residents of this house had 13-15 seconds to evacuate. Or was your video edited too?
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    The fault of only one person is Assad.

    nonsense. but believe in anything.
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    Not at all. People went to the PEACE demonstration and ...
    Do you see doctors who do not get paid tomorrow, are you also from machine guns?

    if these people were paid in the form of numerous maidans in many countries through the embassy of Syshya, then the hoses and tear gas are definitely in use, if you start to resist in response, then you can stick on the head with a stick. I admit sacrifices among traitors. and you did not see how they fight with rallies in the "crown of freedom and democracy"? you, look, love and often operate on youtube links. there and take a look at how your friends act at meetings.
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    The house is already on fire. Why don't you save the children of your ally?

    because we are trying to prevent a fire throughout the quarter! and if it burns, then your Jewish house will also touch, it will not seem enough!
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    This is universal truth. It has been valid for thousands of years. Ask where she is from.

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    This is universal truth. It has been valid for thousands of years. Ask where she is from.

    I read. The salvation of the Jews as a kind of doctor. Schindler's analog in Germany, if the source is found correctly. fluently searched.
    Only now there are no universal truths. You don’t have pork. Nothing to me! I do not disdain. etc. etc. It all depends on the "bell tower".
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    I do not care about friends and enemies of Syria. I see through binoculars from my house (not today, a dust storm) a hospital in which there are real Syrian children.

    beautiful, I do not argue. only this is what the kids will do when they grow up and find out (though if they know) the truth about these same days ??? not sure. what they say thank you!
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    Are dying. Only as you know, we warn the population about the upcoming bombing in advance.

    it's funny. those. civilians in the know, but the type of terrorists did not hear and pretended to be moose? meaning then bombing if the terra left the centers with civilians?
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    Dear Roman, do not try to chew everything, the Professor understands everything perfectly. He just has such a manner of conducting discussions, he answers only convenient questions and refutes only facts convenient for him, but he neatly avoids answering all acute questions and inconvenient facts.
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    Vitaliy, I’m not even doing this for a professor! he is an “old warrior” on our information battlefield and I understand this very well by reading his comments.
    We just have a lot of newcomers. But this is still propaganda of a certain kind.
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    if these people are paid

    I knew that all mass demonstrations were paid by the State Department.

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    because we are trying to prevent a fire throughout the quarter! and if it burns, then your Jewish house will also touch, it will not seem enough!

    Children burn in the house, they must be saved first of all, and not to deal with the prevention of fire in the quarter. In my opinion, firemen act like that.

    Quote: silver_roman
    I read. The salvation of the Jews as a kind of doctor. Schindler's analog in Germany, if the source is found correctly. fluently searched.
    Only now there are no universal truths. You don’t have pork. Nothing to me! I do not disdain. etc. etc. It all depends on the "bell tower".

    The Torah says so. Universal truths - they are eternal. 10 commandments for example.

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    beautiful, I do not argue. only this is what the kids will do when they grow up and find out (though if they know) the truth about these same days ??? not sure. what they say thank you!

    We treat Palestinians despite the fact that they shoot at us. Hamas bosses treat their relatives with us. Why? We live in a different civilization. Soon, Europe is eating "refugees" and will also understand that civilizations are different.

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    it's funny. those. civilians in the know, but the type of terrorists did not hear and pretended to be moose? meaning then bombing if the terra left the centers with civilians?

    Are you starting to understand? If we acted like you in Chechnya, then we would no longer have any conflict. There would be no Fylystynts, and the AGB of which the KGB began to call so would return to their homeland in Arabia.
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    I knew that all mass demonstrations were paid by the State Department.

    no, not all, just say, for a hundred people in a crowd of individuals who are the levers of control of the crowd itself.
    There is a coordinator who, at the right moment, pulls a certain "thread", playing on feelings. necessarily need blood - a sacrifice, so that the crowd has bloodshot eyes, and then a couple of slogans like: "power kills people" and go.
    By the way, a video of how recently provocateurs were pleased to act when a grenade exploded.

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    The Torah says so. Universal truths - they are eternal. 10 commandments for example.

    The Torah, as I understand it, is a Jewish book, a collection of certain laws FOR THE JEWS !!! no matter how universal! and there’s nothing more to say about it!
    the origin of the book speaks for itself.
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    We treat Palestinians despite the fact that they shoot at us. Hamas bosses treat their relatives with us

    you have wonderful medicine. I will not argue with this. Another interesting: why are you treating the bosses of your enemies ???? It seems Israel is not such a poor country.
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    Are you starting to understand? If we acted like you in Chechnya then we would no longer have any conflict

    not really. But how did we act in Chechnya? They introduced a contingent without bombing residential areas and decided the conflict in 10 years (despite the fact that the conflict was in the most difficult period of time), and you, having the ability to finish it 100 times already, bother for 50 years: Gaza, Dutch heights, etc. .d.
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    I am not a connoisseur of the Jewish religion, but in my Torah is an Old Testament smile
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    Introduced contingent without bombarding residential areas

    Come on, I’ve repeatedly posted Grozny, which was simply destroyed from the air.
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    no not all

    Well, thank God. And then I thought that the State Department was omnipotent.

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    The Torah, as I understand it, is a Jewish book, a collection of certain laws FOR THE JEWS !!! no matter how universal! and there’s nothing more to say about it!
    the origin of the book speaks for itself.

    The Bible is, by the way, a Jewish book — a collection of certain laws for the Jews, but this does not prevent another billion people from considering her a saint and living according to her commandments. Yes, and the Koran intersects with the Bible.

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    you have wonderful medicine. I will not argue with this. Another interesting: why are you treating the bosses of your enemies ???? It seems Israel is not such a poor country.

    We separate flies from cutlets. Terrorists to the left, the rest to the right.

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    not really. But how did we act in Chechnya?

    Like this:


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    They introduced a contingent without bombing residential areas and decided the conflict in 10 years (despite the fact that the conflict was in the most difficult period of time), and you, having the ability to finish it 100 times already, bother for 50 years: Gaza, Dutch heights, etc. .d.

    You simply did not leave residential quarters as well as their inhabitants. But if all sorts of Arab lovers had not climbed with their UN Security Council veto, then our conflict has long been gone.
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    You simply did not leave residential quarters as well as their inhabitants. But if all sorts of Arab lovers had not climbed with their UN Security Council veto, then our conflict has long been gone.

    Are you all kinds of Russian and Soviet veto mean? repeat hi
    Soviet - immediately discard: then you were on this side, and the Russians do not directly and specifically oppose Israel - for you (in the sense - for the leadership of Israel) the opinion of the so-called "international community", led by the main bourgeois, is much more important here. They would look back on them less - at least in matters of ensuring the security of their people - and all issues would be resolved long ago. But the logic of the actions of the bourgeois is difficult to understand - for the sake of momentary gain or a red word, they calmly and neglect the interests of their allies.
    There was an old Soviet joke: the Japanese inspected the all-wheel drive Ural and issued a conclusion: “Why don't the Russians think up so as not to build roads!”
    It is exactly the same with you: what only the Israelis do not invent (the "iron dome", etc.), so that only terrorists can not be fought with the only effective method: by means of their guaranteed destruction!
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    Well, thank God. And then I thought that the State Department was omnipotent.

    would be omnipotent, would we not have a conversation now.
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    The Bible is, by the way, a Jewish book — a collection of certain laws for the Jews, but this does not prevent another billion people from considering her a saint and living according to her commandments. Yes, and the Koran intersects with the Bible.

    I believe in God, BUT I do not believe in church. Moreover: I despise the modern church. But this is my personal position. Hence my knowledge of religions.

    The main thing is not what Chechnya was during the war, but what it is now:
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    But if all sorts of

    this can be said about almost any conflict .... "if" .... if everyone did not sponsor militants in the Caucasus ...

    and on the VETO account: if you had not climbed into the UN Security Council with a veto, then half of the Arabs were gone. and at the same time the most normal half. Every evil spoken by your friends is still alive!
    and in general, if there were no influence from outside, then Israel would no longer exist. remember at least the joint offensive of Egypt and Syria. Of course you will argue, but solely thanks to the pressure of amers, the Egyptian army stopped ...
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    A small explosion on the roof is a warning to leave the building before the big explosion.

    from 10 seconds to (approximately) minutes - to leave the building. Well, yes, the formalities of the warning are observed.
    After all, are there still cell phone calls - warnings? This delay can be used by a prepared person. The rest is at an expense.
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    from 10 seconds to (approximately) minutes - to leave the building. Well, yes, the formalities of the warning are observed.

    read above.

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    The rest is at an expense.

    And therefore, with the 50-day bombing of one of the most densely populated places on the planet where there are no bomb shelters, only 2 people died, including children?
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    Dear YES, RELAX YOU. WHAT TO HERE FOR? WE AND LORD ISRAELISTS SIMPLY IN DIFFERENT TUNES. That's all, and accordingly, our interests are different, and heroes and villains too. Israel is part of the Western world and is a vassal of the United States. Without his support, he would suddenly fall ill. Accordingly, his representatives defend the point of view of the godfather. Strong Syria or strong Russia does not need any of them naturally. Well, why should nerve cells spend or try to convince them of something? We must defend the interests of our country and not pay much attention to the tantrums of our opponents. In any case, they will not love us, but respect or fear is easy.
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    that’s all clear, just when they tell you that Assad is to blame for the fact that hundreds of thousands of Syrians perish solely because of him, it’s hard to keep silent. This is a banal information war. You can’t retreat in this. We operate with facts, logic. enemy, it’s clear that he won’t collapse, then other people will think about it. maybe even someone’s conscience will wake up ... although hardly! recourse
    and there are Syrian children and why we do not treat them!
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    In any case, they will not love us, but respect or fear is easy.
    It will be easy ... if we try to defend our interests with all available means, and we will constantly increase these funds !!!
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    The optometrist has already rolled up more than 200.
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    how many died in 4 years? and that Bashar is to blame?

    Yes, Assad is to blame.

    Like your Air Force does not bomb the city ...

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    Like your Air Force does not bomb the city ...

    Why are you staying? How many, how many died from these bombings?
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    Like your Air Force does not bomb the city ...

    Why are you staying? How many, how many died from these bombings?

    I don’t know how much. Just don’t say that after your bombing people do not die
  • aiden 12 September 2015 02: 52 New
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    The optometrist has already rolled up more than 200.

    90% of which are your henchmen from igil and other bandits. Yes, I’ll only be glad if Putin rolls Navalny into the asphalt and other riffraff.
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    I am talking about today's tragedy. Why dislike Bashar? Is he the son of his father? Or because he did not fall prey to the ambitions of others to destroy the NEXT country?

    Professor fool apparently does not remember the words of Comrade Stalin: "The son is not responsible for the father."
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    Bgyyy ... Under Stalin, there was a huge group of people called the ChSIR-take interest.
  • 0255 11 September 2015 16: 04 New
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    Well, yes, I agree responsible. you just had to let Syria tear to pieces, as happened with Iraq and Libya. and then civilians would not die. they would die out under the onslaught of demography, but not from a bullet. purely typical Jewish trick ???

    Professor, do you think if in Syria Islamists get power on their heads, will it get better there?
    A video specially for a professor who "does not read Soviet newspapers" is Libya after the "bloody Gaddafi", who received freedom and democracy with NATO bombs.
    1. Hello 11 September 2015 20: 59 New
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      I think that those who are sick on the head are not very different from the patients on the head of hezbalons. The same bearded hare with jihad of the brain
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      And you can only wish good luck, in mutual cutting, to both sides.
    3. silver_roman 11 September 2015 22: 53 New
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      so let them cut themselves in the territory of, say, Israel, not Syria ?? !!! How do you like this option? I do not like? then .... and Assad does not like it!
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      But Assad likes to supply Hezbollah terrorists with weapons.
      And then, what is the connection between the Muslim showdown and Israel. With the same success, I can ask you, so let them cut themselves on the territory of, say, Russia, not Syria ?? !!!
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      I don’t like that he gives weapons to some terrorists so that they kill other terrorists and at the same time a little clean up the Sunni villages. In Syria, there is a war of all against all with indispensable attributes for the Middle East as massacre on ethnic and religious grounds, and also blood feud. The question is how the IS managed to turn around so much in Syria, and how did they get the support of many Syrian Sunnis if Assad is such a baby? So it turned out that the Kurds and Druze also left the president clearly from the IG not on the way? How did it happen that Assad remained mostly Alawites and Shiites?
      In my opinion, Assad relies on support from Iran, which is why the guys from Hezbollah will receive weapons, most likely he will be able to keep the places of compact residence of the Alawites, Kurds and Druze will create their own state as soon as possible.
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      . The question is how the IG managed to deploy so much in Syria, and how did they get the support of many Syrian Sunnis if Assad is such a baby?

      the question is much more interesting: where did ISIS come from and what is it?
      and who benefits from it. Why Americans do not hate Assad, eliminate him as Gaddafi? such is it so difficult? nonsense. would like, would have long ago removed it.

      at the expense of the Kurds: there really is a kneading and indeed the goals and views of the parties differ, but “someone” played very well on the contradictions. who could it be ???? !!! what
  • Aleksey_K 11 September 2015 23: 13 New
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    I think that those who are sick on the head are not very different from the patients on the head of hezbalons. The same bearded hare with jihad of the brain

    You probably remember the Bolshevik revolutionary Yakov Mikhailovich Sverdlov (according to some sources, Sverdlov was called Yeshua-Solomon Movshevich from birth, and Yankel Miraimovich according to others)? Also a bearded hare was with a permanent revolution in his head. It was with his sanction that the imperial family was brutally shot without trial. The same methods as modern Islamists, Islamists learned from a good teacher.
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    I think that those who are sick on the head are not very different from the patients on the head of hezbalons. The same bearded hare with jihad of the brain

    But the direct executor, personally brutally shooting the royal family without trial, why not an Islamist? Yurovsky Yakov Mikhailovich (real name and patronymic Yankel Khaimovich). And also a bearded hare and an example to follow for modern Islamists.
  • Hello 11 September 2015 23: 35 New
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    First welcome. To be honest, I was not interested in the murder of the royal family, but certainly many of the revolutionaries were by today's standards quite terrorists, though they didn’t have jihad in the brain but other things.
    What did they say there? Who was nobody will become everything.
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    First welcome. To be honest, I was not interested in the murder of the royal family, but certainly many of the revolutionaries were by today's standards quite terrorists, though they didn’t have jihad in the brain but other things.
    What did they say there? Who was nobody will become everything.

    Take an interest in Zionist terrorists, even those who blew up the King David Hotel, either in 1947 or in 1948, with 90 dead, 17 of them Jews. Or how the Jews killed the English soldiers
  • Aleksey_K 12 September 2015 13: 23 New
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    First welcome. To be honest, I was not interested in the murder of the royal family, but certainly many of the revolutionaries were by today's standards quite terrorists, though they didn’t have jihad in the brain but other things.
    What did they say there? Who was nobody will become everything.

    Excuse me, it’s not a beard, and there’s no point in referring to this decoration and the pride of men. And now, as in Israel and throughout the world, a great many men like to wear beards. I just wanted to emphasize that it was not the Islamists who came up with terror, violence and lawlessness. These methods were used in civilized Europe by 19 - 20 and by Jews. An example is the struggle against tsarism in Russia and the seizure of power by the Bolsheviks (Jews) in November 1917. Thanks to Stalin (Georgian), who freed Russia from terrorists and did not stand on ceremony with them, decisively destroying.
  • Hello 12 September 2015 15: 48 New
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    Quote: Hello
    First welcome. To be honest, I was not interested in the murder of the royal family, but certainly many of the revolutionaries were by today's standards quite terrorists, though they didn’t have jihad in the brain but other things.
    What did they say there? Who was nobody will become everything.

    Excuse me, it’s not a beard, and there’s no point in referring to this decoration and the pride of men. And now, as in Israel and throughout the world, a great many men like to wear beards. I just wanted to emphasize that it was not the Islamists who came up with terror, violence and lawlessness. These methods were used in civilized Europe by 19 - 20 and by Jews. An example is the struggle against tsarism in Russia and the seizure of power by the Bolsheviks (Jews) in November 1917. Thanks to Stalin (Georgian), who freed Russia from terrorists and did not stand on ceremony with them, decisively destroying.

    Certainly not the Islamists came up with terrorism. By the way, Mr. Dzhugashvili himself was an ex-businessman, so he was a terrorist from the very beginning. As for the Jewish terrorists in Europe, of course there were such. I’ll tell you a terrible secret: Jews are basically no different from other nations, and the percentage of crap and the percentage of geniuses are approximately the same everywhere.
  • Aleksey_K 12 September 2015 16: 20 New
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    Certainly not the Islamists came up with terrorism. By the way, Mr. Dzhugashvili himself was an ex-businessman, so he was a terrorist from the very beginning. As for the Jewish terrorists in Europe, of course there were such. I’ll tell you a terrible secret: Jews are basically no different from other nations, and the percentage of crap and the percentage of geniuses are approximately the same everywhere.

    Stalin was not a terrorist.
    Wikipedia: “Terrorism is a policy based on the systematic use of terror. Despite the legal force of the term“ terrorism, ”its definition remains ambiguous to this day. The synonyms for the word“ terror ”(lat. Terror - fear, horror) are the words“ violence ” , Bullying, intimidation. "
    Stalin was a robber or, if you want, a bandit from a high road. He did not intimidate, but simply took money. Do not confuse terror with banditry.
    Excuse me, but how does your brother like to turn everything upside down. Do you really consider readers of Military Review suckers. In Israel, an Arab who stole a wallet or robbed a jeweler is also a terrorist or not? Answer please.
  • Hello 12 September 2015 16: 52 New
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    Sorry and where did the loot go? Not to support the revolutionary movement? What do you think a person who gives money for terrorism, who is he?
    An Arab, a Jew, a Druze or a Bedouin who stole a wallet, but if he gives this money to ISIS or Hamas, then he is probably a terrorist.
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    Sorry and where did the loot go? Not to support the revolutionary movement? What do you think a person who gives money for terrorism, who is he?
    An Arab, a Jew, a Druze or a Bedouin who stole a wallet, but if he gives this money to ISIS or Hamas, then he is probably a terrorist.

    Stalin gave this money to Jews who wanted to seize power in Russia and create their own state there. But it did not work out, the process went out of their control, but neither Stalin nor Lenin engaged in terror. Power was taken by one military action in Petrograd and so few people died that it’s hard to call it terror. Only when the tsarist officers, capitalists, liberals began to raise uprisings and rebellions against the Soviet regime, then terror appeared against this inhuman evil spirits, which for thousands of years kept the inhabitants of Russia in slavery.
    Now look at your history, the creation of the state of Israel. What is not terror or what? The seizure of Palestinian territory by armed means. And whoever resolves these terrorist acts against Palestine is always TERROR. You are the same terrorists as the Islamists. Only you were the first to kindle the flames of terrorism in our time in the Middle East.
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    Quote: Hello
    Sorry and where did the loot go? Not to support the revolutionary movement? What do you think a person who gives money for terrorism, who is he?
    An Arab, a Jew, a Druze or a Bedouin who stole a wallet, but if he gives this money to ISIS or Hamas, then he is probably a terrorist.

    Stalin gave this money to Jews who wanted to seize power in Russia and create their own state there. But it did not work out, the process went out of their control, but neither Stalin nor Lenin engaged in terror. Power was taken by one military action in Petrograd and so few people died that it’s hard to call it terror. Only when the tsarist officers, capitalists, liberals began to raise uprisings and rebellions against the Soviet regime, then terror appeared against this inhuman evil spirits, which for thousands of years kept the inhabitants of Russia in slavery.
    Now look at your history, the creation of the state of Israel. What is not terror or what? The seizure of Palestinian territory by armed means. And whoever resolves these terrorist acts against Palestine is always TERROR. You are the same terrorists as the Islamists. Only you were the first to kindle the flames of terrorism in our time in the Middle East.

    How did you get bombarded, stepped on a sore spot? So let's take it in order if Stalin gave money to the terrorists, then who is he your way? I understand that for you, Jews are universal evil, but look at the party lists of those times, perhaps the information will surprise you. In the creation of the state of Israel there was an element of terror against the British like you did when creating the USSR. Palestinian lands let it be known that Jordan and Egypt seized your claim to them in 1948, the lands that Israel seized during the 67-year war were Jordanian, Syrian and Egyptian.
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    responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Syrians, millions of refugees and the collapse of the country.

    What exactly?!
    What specifically became the president of the country for the post of head of which other countries had other candidates ?!
    1. padded jacket 11 September 2015 17: 31 New
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      Assad, according to the Jews, is guilty of not bending to the United States and the Israeli regime and has remained faithful to Russia and the ideals of good for this and they want to destroy it.
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  • siberalt 11 September 2015 16: 36 New
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    I read and did not understand winked
    And what does the invincible Assad have to do with it? If Medvedev had not surrendered Libya for the State Department cookies - “handshakes,” Gaddafi would have fought harder than Assad. Yes, and the last thing would not have come. If there weren’t Putin's Russia, in Syria it would be the same as in Libya.
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    Nor what the fuck trying on with the West, Assad we will not leave !!!
    1. Alexander Romanov 11 September 2015 06: 50 New
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      Assad we will not quit !!!

      And who should protect Syria? Well, we will send equipment and people there, but there will be no sense in this.
      Now looking at the crowds of refugees from Syria, thousands of healthy men want to live in Europe and they do not need to fuck their homeland. The Arab mentality will destroy the country and no help will help.
      1. Rock2 11 September 2015 08: 52 New
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        And how do you like this?

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        ar-gestern-eine-zukunft-f252r-sie-jetzt-ist-ihr-moment.html
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          And how do you like this?


          I just don’t know what to say ...
          If this is REALITY, then HURRICANE!
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      3. DanSabaka 11 September 2015 09: 10 New
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        fortunately, not only Arabs live in Syria ..... The country is multinational and multi-concessional. There are Kurds, Copts and Druze. There are ordinary Christians .... Yes, and among Muslims there are people who want to fight for Assad ....
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      Are you ready for Russian mothers to bury their sons who died for 4000 km for the next eastern tsar? Do you have enough deaths for Babrak Karmal?
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        Are you ready for Russian mothers to bury their sons who died over 4000 km for the next eastern tsar?


        And for the king? It is better to let a certain amount die for 4000 km, than an incommensurably greater number already here, on our territory, the army and various special services exist to protect their state. The art of politics involves preventing a war, but not always diplomatically. So is it not better to defeat the enemy on the outskirts than to already fight with him on his territory? After all, it’s not a secret to anyone that all this infection is aimed including and to our country.
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        Are you ready for Russian mothers to bury their sons who died over 4000 km for the next eastern tsar?

        As for you, Mr. representative of the State of Israel, as soon as the Russians leave there, all this trash will rush to you, including.
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        Do you have enough deaths for Babrak Karmal?

        We remember the 30 million people who died in World War II from the last form of democracy. Then Hitler, today Obama and the Six. Again, then save you damn it.
        1. anokem 11 September 2015 09: 01 New
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          If you are comparing Obama, then compare him to Chamberlain. This is his political counterpart. Hitler looks much more like a certain Ali Khamenei, the Holocaust denier and the right of other states to exist
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            Holocaust denier

            He does not deny the very fact of the Holocaust, he denies the number of victims of 6 million. About 6 million Jews lived in the territory of the whole of Europe occupied by the Nazis. They were recorded as victims, although most of them left. Ahmadinijad proposed creating an international commission to count the victims of the Holocaust, but WHY he was refused.
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            looks more like a certain Ali Khamenei,

            Can you tell me which countries Iran has invaded? And the Nobel peacekeeper? wink
            1. anokem 11 September 2015 10: 23 New
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              Iran invaded Lebanon, Syria, Yemen, Sudan. He is responsible for the explosion of the embassy and the Jewish cultural center in Argentina, for supporting the Mujahideen in Afghanistan against the USSR, for supporting the Islamic Shiite movements in Russia. Are you few?
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                Yes you sho ???? belay And what happened? requestI mean invasions of the countries you have listed above. hi
              2. iouris 11 September 2015 13: 23 New
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                Israel also "invaded" B.Vostok, fair, you are ours. No need to answer, I know your answers.
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                along the way, a person, in principle, does not distinguish between the concepts of "invaded" and "came with the help / to help." in short, I don’t even want to read this nonsense. blacklist you out of sight
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            Hitler looks a lot more like a certain Ali Khamenei


            Western propaganda puts everything upside down

            US aggression around the world really resembles Hitler's aggression. he was not stopped on time and how did it end?

            And who has Iran attacked in recent decades? Iran confronts the USA and the West defending its sovereignty, fights in Syria and Iraq against the bearded men - fosterlings of the Saudis and the USA

            At the same time, it strengthens friendship and cooperation with Russia and Kazakhstan and with other neighbors. May God grant stability to Iran and all these ayatollahs of a peaceful sky and s-300 and Sukhikhs from Russia. Then, in the Caspian, everything will be covered from the south.
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              Iran, one bearded man, fighting with other bearded men. And to decide which of these bearded men is worse is not easy.
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                And to decide which of these bearded men is worse is not easy.

                Both the worst lol
          4. siberalt 11 September 2015 17: 02 New
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            Israel voted against the whole of humanity against the sign of the Palestinian flag at the United Nations, along with the same satellites of the United States as Canada and their colonies of Japan and Australia. Something more objectionable in the state?
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          Mr. Romanov, we don’t have to fight in Syria for us, we don’t count on anyone and will protect ourselves if trash rushes to us.
          1. Victor-M 11 September 2015 10: 48 New
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            Mr. Romanov, we don’t have to fight in Syria for us, we don’t count on anyone and will protect ourselves if trash rushes to us.

            She will not rush to you, because this trash is your chain dog, although chain dogs sometimes rush at their masters when they fly off the coils.
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              Quote: anokem
              Mr. Romanov, we don’t have to fight in Syria for us, we don’t count on anyone and will protect ourselves if trash rushes to us.

              She will not rush to you, because this trash t is your chain dog, although chain dogs sometimes rush at their masters when they fly off reels.

              ===
              I think that they’ve calculated this option, the main thing is to blame the Assad, then it will be possible to dispel the rest in the dust with one bombardment, they will not spare money for this
          2. aleks 62 next 11 September 2015 10: 51 New
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            .... we don’t count on anyone and protect ourselves if trash rushes to us ....

            ... Nu-nu !!!! .... wink ..... Only: ".... with a crowd of rabbits you can pi ... be a lion !!!" ..... Don’t forget about it .... And you may end up in the Red Book ... lol
          3. Algetxnumx 11 September 2015 13: 47 New
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            Well then, you then hit in the back those who are struggling with this trash. Today infa passed that the Israelis again bombed Syria, damn them like jackals, they see that they are weakening and climbing, and that when Syria was still not destroyed they didn’t really climb and even lifted up with their Holocaust, they killed some of you “chosen ones”, etc. TP, and the rest were so easily scammed and that's it.
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              Well then, you are hitting those who fight with this trash in the back

              The answer is very simple- Iran.
      3. Stelth1985 11 September 2015 08: 38 New
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        Many will be ready to go to this war and die there for the sake of their homeland - Russia. You apparently don’t understand or deliberately say these things so that it raises certain special questions to you .. For we won’t stop there, we will leave Syria to the mercy, the enemy will come to us. On our territory they will die already here, and not soldiers, but civilians. Old men, women, children!

        For the Honor and Glory of the ancestors!
        1. Kingcobra 11 September 2015 09: 45 New
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          Stelth1985 here and go and fight the boom wheel. I was too troubled.
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            Stelth1985 here and go and fight the boom wheel. I was too troubled.

            You yourself stop your sheep bleating, better take your own selfies, preferably on the roof of the train.
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            Yes, I’ll go if they ask. But where will you run when they come for you ??? To the grandmother under a skirt to hide, how many from dill ???
        2. slavaisrael 11 September 2015 10: 38 New
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          So what else do you wave handles on the couch and above the keyboard. You even the president said that does not interfere with volunteers somewhere out there for someone to fight. Forward. Only we do not need to protect my Jewish ancestors who fought on both fronts in World War II.
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            I mean - on both sides of the front? :-)
      4. Llirik 11 September 2015 10: 08 New
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        It’s better to stop the enemy at the far frontier than to wipe away the tears in the background of the destroyed father’s house
      5. Victor-M 11 September 2015 10: 45 New
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        Are you ready for Russian mothers to bury their sons who died for 4000 km for the next eastern tsar? Do you have enough deaths for Babrak Karmal?

        And you do not go into a neighboring country with your charter, and stop financing terrorists from ISIS, then you will not have to look and die.
      6. Talgat 11 September 2015 14: 29 New
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        Are you ready for Russian mothers to bury their sons who died for 4000 km for the next eastern tsar? Do you have enough deaths for Babrak Karmal?


        Do not distort and do not need false pathos - and somehow you do not really believe that you are so worried about the sons of Russian mothers

        No Russian or CSTO troops will be there - the Syrians, led by Assad and there are Hezbollah, and Iranians are fighting there. Iran has enormous human and military resources and the IRGC fighters have the highest spirit and sufficient experience. From Russia, only diplomatic support and equipment supplies are required, from China financial and political support. Kazakhstan has established a railway connection and is developing mutually beneficial trade - as our presidents said at the meeting - we will increase it by 5 times. The same road - this is the umbilical cord connecting Iran with friends - that is, no blockade will work anymore
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        Contract soldiers who know what they are going to fight there. Sell ​​skill and life.
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    Assad is a hero, of which there are few. Long years to him. While he is alive, Syria will fight.
    1. Alexander 3 11 September 2015 06: 26 New
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      Here you can shout (Hero Glory!)
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      Syria will die as predicted. She cannot be held ONLY by Assad. He has two ways: either to die a hero together with the country and his people, or to save his people and army leaving us. Temporarily leaving Syria. You heard that there are political refugees. So there you go! Here, a whole nation can become such a refugee.

      For the Honor and Glory of the ancestors!
      1. shonsu 11 September 2015 10: 35 New
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        sometimes a person’s death means and does more for a country and people than his life. and it was not predicted that Syria would die, "Syria will fall at the feet of the winner, but the winner will be wrong." can you decrypt? But the fact that no one can from the specialists. )
      2. sidorshuk 11 September 2015 11: 49 New
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        You will probably be surprised, but there is a civil war in Syria. Syrians are fighting with the Syrians.
        And ISIS and all other "rebels" - 90% of the Syrians. There are, of course, a few newcomers, but they can be ignored.
        There goes, by and large, a religious war by the Sunnis with everyone else. They are all Syrians.
        Alawites (although they were ranked among the simple Shiites a couple of decades ago), Shiites, Kurds, Christians and Druze against the Sunnis. The price of defeat - genocide - destruction. At least this applies to minorities.
        Really indicative is the fact that tens of thousands of healthy men are breaking into Germany for benefits, instead of fighting for their homes.
        If the Syrians do this, then what kind of bald man should others look for there?
        No one except Iran and Hezbollah, who have a military alliance with Syria, send troops to fight and die in Syria.
        A little common sense.
        And there is less pathos about the Syrian people fighting against ISIS and other terrorists - they are all Syrians - on both sides of the front. Civil War. Or someone must win or divide the country. They will not conclude a truce.
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          You will probably be surprised, but there is a civil war in Syria. Syrians are fighting with the Syrians.

          Money, weapons, dawn. data, instructors, propaganda, air support, political support - everything is foreign.
          The conflict in Syria is a classic example of a hybrid war unleashed by the United States, Israel, Turkey, Gulf monarchies.
          Religious etching is a favorite method. The main thing is more contradictions. And in Ukraine they are doing the same, pitting on contradictions - a familiar style is felt.
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            80 90% of the militants are not Syrians.
    3. slavaisrael 11 September 2015 10: 42 New
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      And what is he like Assad then? While the army is clenching its teeth and the people are fighting, the last horseradish without salt is eating up his wife from shopping in Paris does not come out.
      1. Victor-M 11 September 2015 11: 46 New
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        Quote: slavaisrael
        And what is he like Assad then? While the army is clenching its teeth and the people are fighting, the last horseradish without salt is eating up his wife from shopping in Paris does not come out.

        And you probably work in her service staff, if so aware? Then he didn’t climb shopping himself, or what if his wife didn’t go shopping, would the terrorists shrink and leave Syria alone and the entire Syrian population would become full? It’s better to write a letter to Obama to send humanitarian aid to the civilian population of this country, and not to drop weapons by “mistake” to terrorists.
  • _umka_ 11 September 2015 06: 23 New
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    As Vanga said, the war will begin as Syria falls, our task is to prevent this.
    1. Afinogen 11 September 2015 06: 37 New
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      Quote: _umka_
      As Vanga said, the war will begin as Syria falls, our task is to prevent this.


      But how can you not allow this, if it is already predicted and will be request Well, of course, if you can prevent all of this. But America, the country of the devil, it drags the whole world into the abyss.


    2. Alexander Romanov 11 September 2015 06: 51 New
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      As Vanga said, the war will begin as Syria falls, our task is to prevent this.

      Alas, not to save Syria sad
      1. doktor112 11 September 2015 07: 46 New
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        everything is possible, if you have a head on your shoulders, the whole question is, at what cost? if this price can be reduced, it is better to wait.
        1. Afinogen 11 September 2015 08: 31 New
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          Quote: doktor112
          if this price can be reduced, it is better to wait.



          I didn’t understand anything :))) What is the price? And why should we wait to reduce it?
        2. Alexander Romanov 11 September 2015 08: 31 New
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          Quote: doktor112
          everything is possible, if you have a head on your shoulders, the whole question is, at what cost?

          3 world suit you? Although sitting on the couch you can yell that you can save. Although you can get lost, the situation is such that Syria goes down in history. And ISIS will not disappear from your minuses and Washington will not fall.
          1. Vladimir 1964 11 September 2015 08: 56 New
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            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            3 world suit you?


            Dear Alexander, doesn’t she already go?
          2. g1v2 11 September 2015 12: 21 New
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            Come on, throw out neither because of Syria, nor because of Ukraine, a world war will not happen. Neither we nor the states have clear obligations to them - only interests. If a new world war begins where, then in Southeast Asia and the states in it will join it at the last moment to skim the cream. As for Syria, I would rephrase - Syria such as it was goes down in history. Tk Kurdish lands will receive at least autonomy, for example. Asad, I think, will keep the coastal provinces with our help anyway. There is a friendly population and our ships at hand, and most likely a limited contingent of our troops in the near future. Well, everything else depends on the degree of direct participation of the Russian Federation and Iran. If we subscribe for al-Assad, then it is quite realistic to defeat the Islamists, both moderate and frostbitten. If we stay only on the coast, then Assad has little chance.
      2. Irokez 11 September 2015 10: 59 New
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        Quote: Athenogen
        But how can you not allow this, if it is already predicted and will be

        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Alas, not to save Syria


        The author of the article below answers
        After all, history (chronology) allows you to control the masses over a long period of time, programming entire nations for centuries to come.


        So if you look at the zombie man that Assad must leave and that Syria will fall like this is a matter of time, then it will be so because you are being programmed that this is what will happen in the future, that Assad will leave and Syria will fall.
        And why are you getting into such statements and have already come to terms with the fall of Syria and the departure of Assad. They probably forgot that "Hope dies last" and that "Do not lose your faith." Vanga said, and you truly believed her, as it once was with the fact that “Kursk will go under water”? And what, what kind of Kursk went under water, and after all no one could imagine what was predicted.
        Yes, predictions strongly affect events and reality and change the course of history and the future precisely by the fact that they are voiced and, accordingly, they may not come true because measures will be taken of some forces who did not want this future, but also the very fact of what Vanga said about Syria (what exactly she meant in a short phrase) is not known for certain. In addition, everyone (I hope the majority) understand and know that the future is multivariant with respect to the prediction point. That is, those events and the situation in the world that was at the time of the prediction spoke precisely of what Wang said, but everything and even the flight of the butterfly above the cuckoo’s nest affects the future and therefore the parameters of the predictions can change (another version of the future) to large or small limits .
        Yes, with Syria, something will happen, but do not present everything so tragically. It is likely that it will split into several parts, but the very fact of the destruction of Syria as a state (even with a reduced territory) is unlikely and Assad with the Alavite population can survive in the Alavite territories.
        Yes, it was said by Wang that "Syria will fall," but how much it will fall and in what sense it will fall. And in the continuation, "The winner will be not the same." Who? And here we reflect. Those who started a coup and revolution will definitely not be the winner, but who then. It turns out that force that suddenly arose or opposed to the fall. It turns out ISIS (which has grown stronger and emerged as one of the forces of the conflict) or pro-Syrian forces that support or take under full protection the weakened and fragmented, almost destroyed Syria. I think you can guess who.
        1. Irokez 11 September 2015 11: 01 New
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          And in the sequel.

          Regarding the third world war, it turns out that it is already going on all fronts of life and activity of the planet, both politically, economically, informationally and militarily, for almost the whole world is participating on one side or another in the confrontation. The military confrontation is the Arab world Syria, Iraq, Arabia (Yemen), Afghanistan, North Africa, Libya, and right now Turkey and the Kurds have added, and Ukraine, by the way, and it’s hot and slippery in Transnistria, Greece, Albania, Armenia with Azerbaijan, Africa and so on. And it turns out that if this is a war, then Syria has already fallen.
          Regarding Russia, where it was said that "Russia of the type will not participate in conflicts, but will be drawn in." And so it goes. Under such conditions, Russia is forced to react and act according to its own scenario, when it is simply vital to react in the conditions of a changing and restructuring world order from old to new. And after all, on the lips of everyone is the “New World Order” and the “New World Government” about which they write and discuss in the Western media and among themselves. But the question is this, and who said that this new world order will go under the flag and according to the plans of Western democracy, which supposedly believes that the future lies with it? You should never even think like that. There will be a new world order, but not the Western one, but another according to ours and with our rulers and according to our rules, and no one will convince me that it is the West that brings future and prosperity to humanity. Do not give your mind, faith and hope to pro-Western media, play your game for your future, not the western one.
          The new world order will happen when the credit and financial system based on the dollar collapses and there are already all the prerequisites for this and in the next 2-3 months (this is purely my assumption) it will not be abrupt, but the restructuring of the world structure will smoothly begin. Naturally, this is chaos in many areas and whoever correctly attaches to the desired pole will win.
      3. ASG7 11 September 2015 20: 32 New
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        All wars were lost due to stereotypes. For example - Napoleon captured Moscow and lost, etc. .. Why save all of Syria, it is enough to control only the coastal territories, especially since the majority of the population in the east has already migrated and adapted. Over time, no matter what state in the east is formed, they will be forced to negotiate with the coastal territories on access to the Mediterranean, as it is not an option with the Turks and Jews, and will fall under economic dependence. And to defend the densely populated coastal territories to President Assad, with the help of the created Russian coalition, is quite capable.
  • Babai. Alex 11 September 2015 06: 27 New
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    But they will get the Anglo-Saxons on their deeds. The time will come - oh, how they get it.
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      Anglo-Saxons with their own hands chestnuts drag on another they do not know how
  • parusnik 11 September 2015 06: 28 New
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    All the talk of Western politicians and the press about the "dictator" Bashar Assad, about the need for "democratic reforms in the country", etc.... All this is idle talk .. It’s time already .. to consider what “Western democracy” is and what it brings to the world .. and it brings wars, terrorist acts, hunger .. the poor become poorer, the rich are richer ...
  • Vityok 11 September 2015 06: 28 New
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    Good luck to you Bashar al-Assad! and long life! Didn't lie under the yank! good
  • guznorodov 11 September 2015 06: 31 New
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    Such an impression after reading this article returned to the past. Here it is necessary to act toughly against this coalition. Obama and Cameron are the pimples of world politics and they must drown in even greater problems in Syria to let them understand with our help that they can steer this situation more than once by military means.
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      US and UK - "acne of world politics"? You didn’t mix anything up?
      1. marlin1203 11 September 2015 11: 54 New
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        Do not understand? That the site is inadequate, which also believe that the United States and Britain are "stingy in world politics." In fact, no matter how it was not unpleasant for us, in the world now, although it’s shitty, they rule, and we are just trying to restrain. And all the trouble and folding mess from them. So, I don’t know about "stingray" ...
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          Do not understand? That the site is inadequate, which also believe that the United States and Britain are "stingy in world politics." In fact, no matter how it was not unpleasant for us, in the world now, although it’s shitty, they rule, and we are just trying to restrain. And all the trouble and folding mess from them. So, I don’t know about "stingray" ...

          Yes, here almost everyone expects that the United States will soon rot and fall apart, and in general they are so stupid)))
  • Mainbeam 11 September 2015 06: 33 New
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    Already for only one title article plus set.
    So briefly and accurately formulate the situation in the world.
  • Mountain shooter 11 September 2015 06: 34 New
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    Syria has shown amazing stamina. So many years with such aggression, and Assad holds on. For the Islamic states of the Middle East - this is amazing. Probably, a lot of stability in Syria gives support to Russia. Like then, with chemical weapons! They simply did not give the mattresses the opportunity to bomb Assad.
  • cergey51046 11 September 2015 06: 47 New
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    To force the United States, England and France to peace.
  • Oleneboy_ 11 September 2015 06: 51 New
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    America is hated all over the world. Once upon a time, countries gathered together and gave in the horns of this unscrupulous nation ...
    1. GUKTU 11 September 2015 07: 31 New
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      Yes, nothing to do with the nation. Here the clans of the bourgeois who imagined themselves to be the world government are most likely to blame. But there is no American nation as such. Some migrants
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      it’s a bastard, not a nation ... to gather everyone in Syria, let them look at their vaunted shit democracy. Assad is a man.
  • candidate 11 September 2015 07: 04 New
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    ... In a fight, everything is decided instantly
    The jerk is a cut at the same moment ...
  • donavi49 11 September 2015 08: 07 New
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    Well, there now the Islamic Front went on the offensive in the north. And seriously. Already come to Foix and Kefray. They walk in columns without hiding. And for the first time the Lebanese City was lit. Either hez borrowed, or humanitarian aid came straight from Lebanon.

    1. Alexander Romanov 11 September 2015 08: 17 New
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      Already come to Foix and Kefray.

      Where is it about?
      1. donavi49 11 September 2015 08: 31 New
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        This is North - north of Idlib.

        They are there in the ring since the fall of Idlib. And they have a lot of things there, right up to Bukov. All previous attempts ended in failure, but now it seems to be seriously clearing the rear areas before the attack on Latakia was announced.
        1. Alexander Romanov 11 September 2015 09: 21 New
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          Quote: donavi49
          They are there in the ring since the fall of Idlib.

          This is the only thing that is clear from your account.
          Quote: donavi49
          . And they have a lot of things there, right up to Bukov.

          Who has them?
          Quote: donavi49
          All previous attempts ended in failure, but now it seems to be seriously clearing the rear areas before the attack on Latakia was announced.

          Whose attempts and in what ??? Who cleans the rear? Offensive on Latakia?
          1. donavi49 11 September 2015 10: 19 New
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            In the north, there is only the Islamic Front (groups different in it, for example, in the photo-video columns of the Ahrar al-Sham group — they are considered moderate as they receive help from the Turks) and the SSA (free Syrian army + various types of moderate rebels).

            The army - when the front collapsed in Idlib, someone went south to Latakia, and who could no longer leave flocked to this area. There are quite a lot of army men and shabikhs. Also there are parts of SAA air defense, including Buki, which used to cover Idlib and could not leave south already.

            They are clearing the rear of the SSA and the Islamic Front, which are now preparing for a large offensive. What is constantly trumpeting in tweeters. Where specifically they do not write, but hint that to the sea. And the sea in Latakia. However, the second option with cutting off the group in Aleppo is even more disastrous.

            Here on the map is a place where the forces of the SSA and the Islamic Front are pulling together.
            1. Garris199 11 September 2015 16: 15 New
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              Transmitted by anna-news. "In accordance with the plan of combat training of troops, Russia closed the airspace west of Syria until September 17. Pilots are advised to be careful in the airspace east of Cyprus.
              This is evidenced by a pilot notice (the so-called NOTAM), available at the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) "
              A hole from a donut bearded, not Latakia.
  • Roust 11 September 2015 08: 19 New
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    Evil Root - USA, West. A world war is already underway, launched by them in northern Africa. The world has allowed to hang Hussein, to tear Gaddafi, now it’s the turn of Assad ... Russia alone can not cope with this EVIL of Mankind. Without a Powerful Coalition against them (BRICS, SCO), we cannot cope alone. China, India, Brazil ... If they continue to "sit in the bushes", they will get to them ... after us, unfortunately. ... Therefore, these mattresses with their jackals also want to starve us out, imposing themselves on all sides (the Middle East, Ukraine, Korea), so far, afraid of the Nuclear club ... After the fall of Syria, Central Asia and the Caucasus will go ...
  • Andryukha G 11 September 2015 08: 23 New
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    Now the motto of the Airborne Forces is relevant as never before - No one but us, no one in the stern of Russia is able to stop the Americans running with matches around the world.
  • Valkh 11 September 2015 08: 44 New
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    "White is made black, although it is the United States, England and France that are responsible for fomenting all recent wars and conflicts on the planet." - forgot to include Germany here !!!! Germaseki, those still go Moseki !!!!
  • Vladimir 1964 11 September 2015 09: 03 New
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    An interesting article, briefly and competently. Thank you, Alexander.
  • nimboris 11 September 2015 09: 07 New
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    Throw to bury Assad. While he is beating and not giving up. Hard for him, hard for the Syrians. We wish them Victory. Need more help. There is nothing to trifle, otherwise you will have to pay more. And do not be afraid of all the bastards, let them break off. And they say that Arabs are bad warriors. Good Arabs are good warriors.
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    How did you get this: “Are you ready for mothers to mourn the children who died over 4000 km ....” Whoever says this is a rag for them. So it comes to the point that when the VRVG comes to your door, you will say that too ??? I think there will be nothing wrong, cry and stop. In war as in war. And the Homeland (and it is not necessary to equate the Homeland with the Chubais, Gorbachev, Surkov and other things to Mr.) will have to be protected. Do not cry. You just need to understand that the front in the war is different: near or far. In this case, we are talking about the far front. It’s unfortunate that Putin is talking about rags and tearful bogey mothers and does not send troops to either Syria or Ocrania. This already comes to our side: we have lost convenient access to the Black Sea, they are closing our airspace, they have deprived us of important sales markets, in the field of military production of important elements. Not to mention moral and moral losses. This is the whole price of the defeat of Putin’s power on the outskirts. Not victories (as they try to inspire us here), but the most severe geopolitical defeat since the signing of the Brest Peace). We see the logical outcome of the policy of these cattle from Moscow, which again ultimately brought only grief, suffering and deprivation to ordinary Russian people. Gentlemen are the Jews (or Jews or Jews) who are now running the show in Kiev, in Phashington ?: while you can rejoice, for the umpteenth time you managed to push the Aryans in the internecine war. But this is not for long. Soon everything will come to its rightful end.
  • Egor65g 11 September 2015 09: 45 New
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    Israel has one interest - the protection of its citizens from Muslim fans of Iran’s puppet hizbala.
    1. iouris 11 September 2015 13: 27 New
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      Only Israel has the right to protect its citizens and at the same time arise anywhere, anytime?
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        Quote: iouris
        occur anywhere and anytime

        To protect their citizens, yes.
        Quote: iouris
        Only Israel has the right to protect its citizens
        -Every state owes.
  • Reptiloid 11 September 2015 10: 17 New
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    Quote: nimboris
    Throw to bury Assad. While he is beating and not giving up. Hard for him, hard for the Syrians. We wish them Victory. Need more help. There is nothing to trifle, otherwise you will have to pay more. And do not be afraid of all the bastards, let them break off. And they say that Arabs are bad warriors. Good Arabs are good warriors.

    I also think. Our country has always supported Syria. Since 1966, my grandfather was in such an organization. It’s a pity that men who could fight, but you never know what happened before, let Europe get what it deserves.
    Let those

    who have not thought of looking at Syria, Ukraine ---- they want to spread it to OUR COUNTRY !!! HTERNJH !!, ---- I want to add to your words. It’s a pity for all mothers. And those whose children die, maimed in the sandbox, in kindergarten, everywhere they shoot. If there was no far front --- there will be a neighbor.
  • Volzhanin 11 September 2015 10: 56 New
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    If Syria is poured into Western geeks, I will become an outspoken oppositionist to our rotten authorities.
  • Victor-M 11 September 2015 11: 05 New
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    It’s necessary to fight for Syria not only with weapons, striking ISIS infrastructure, oil production and transportation sites, the most important thing in this fight is to bring down the US economy and the dollar so that Washington cannot finance its terrorists, and for the EU economy, for one so that they are distracted by restoring order at home, and not climb into the Middle East.
    1. iouris 11 September 2015 13: 33 New
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      ISIS oil is supplied to NATO countries via Turkey (NATO country). Is that why prices have fallen so much?
  • Yaroslavl 11 September 2015 11: 59 New
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    Bashar al-Assad ... Happy Birthday! Good luck, hold on
    1. padded jacket 11 September 2015 12: 43 New
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      In no case should we forget that the main "friend" of terrorists and fanatics in the Middle East, the Israeli regime who does not like to talk about it, prefers "silence" while at that time it sneaks from behind and attacks the Syrian army fighting bandits and murderers .
      We all know that the Syrian army blocked 200-500 terrorists in the city of Zabadan, but other bandits are trying to help them with the support of the Israeli Air Force, which is bombing the positions of the Syrian army.
      Once again, the Israeli regime shows its true face - a face distorted by anger and hatred of everything "good, fair and humane"
      Israeli Air Force strikes at Syrian Army position
      According to foreign media reports, the Israeli Air Force attacked the artillery position of the Syrian army near the city of Zabadani, 45 kilometers from Damascus.
      "Israeli Air Force aircraft launched air strikes on the artillery position of the Syrian army. Artillery was used by the army to repel attacks by militants in eastern Zabadan," the source said.
      http://cursorinfo.co.il/news/novosti1/2015/09/10/smi--vvs-izrailya-nanesli-udari

      -po-pozicii-siriyskoy-armii /
      Here it is not the sheltered assistance of the Israeli regime to the maniacs and murderers in Syria, and then some Israeli citizens here brazenly lie to us - this is not our war.
      It is from Israel that terrorism spreads in the region and not only in the region if you recall Ukraine where the "hand" of the Israeli regime is clearly visible.
  • Kaiten 11 September 2015 12: 58 New
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    Perhaps the rest of the guys from Israel will not understand me, but I believe that the role of Russian troops in Syria is positive. They will not allow the excessive strengthening of the Sunites and the destruction of the Alawites. Assad in the future may become leaders of the future Alawite state. So that the army team from Russia:
    "Welcome to the club".
    1. sidorshuk 11 September 2015 13: 14 New
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      Well, what is not the second Afghanistan, both for the Soviet troops and for the American.
      Sitting at the bases and defending ourselves and nothing more.
      This is not a war with the army of another country. ISIS is a bunch of thugs at tenders with machine guns appearing out of nowhere and disappearing nowhere. There are many of them, but they do not hold the front. They will take a village - you can drive them out of there. Well, that’s it.
      In Chechnya, in the presence of a much larger military group and the absence of problems with logistics, it took many years to crush the militants, and that was not at all to the end.
      1. Kaiten 11 September 2015 13: 28 New
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        Quote: sidorshuk
        Well, what is not the second Afghanistan, both for the Soviet troops and for the American.


        Typical low-intensity conflict. Russia wants to test new types of weapons, and at the same time test the loyalty of the “new Russian” fighters from the former Ukrainian Crimea, who came over to the side of Russia as whole units.
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          1. Kaiten 11 September 2015 15: 13 New
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            Quote: Alget87
            You are probably one of these "fighters" once make such statements


            Do not be rude and you will not be rude.
            Explain why the Marine Corps from Sevastopol was sent to Syria? After all, fight in the desert ...
            1. Algetxnumx 11 September 2015 15: 36 New
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              Quote: Kaiten
              Do not be rude and you will not be rude.

              Rude to whom? you a lot of honor
              Quote: Kaiten
              Explain why the Marine Corps from Sevastopol was sent to Syria?

              Again, you are one of these marines and then the name "Marine Corps" does not mean that it will only fight at sea or near, and we have a base there, even to guard it, because it is at sea, the climate is similar, and closer, not to transfer from the Far East, but again advice to you, to think so that at the top of the body, and not in the middle.
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                Quote: Alget87
                Again, you are one of these Marines

                No, I’m shifting pieces of paper in the office.

                Quote: Alget87
                Again, you are one of these Marines
                and then the name "Marine Corps" does not mean that it will only fight at sea or near

                Exactly. You must be able to fight in the desert. For this, the soldiers are trained in special. courses.

                Quote: Alget87

                and we have a base there, at least to protect it, because it is at sea, the climate is similar, and closer, not to be transferred from the Far East, but again advice to you, to think with the top of the body, and not in the middle.

                I advise you to redirect this phrase to your military leadership. Do you even understand that you brought poorly trained people to actually slaughter? 2000 people are not needed for your small base and its protection. Obviously, soldiers will be deployed outside the base. You know that Tsahal is not the weakest army in the world. With us, to release a soldier into battle, he is trained for a year and a half and in desert combat in an Arab city (and Arab cities are different from European ones) and many other tricks that I have no right to write here. And you brought people from a peaceful city (why not fighters from the Caucasus ???). I do not want to be Cassandra, but I am afraid that the same story will be with them as with the Maykop brigade. Hatred at the beginning and bitter disappointment at the end. In any case, success to your soldiers.
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      Quote: Kaiten
      Perhaps the rest of the guys from Israel will not understand me, but I believe that the role of Russian troops in Syria is positive.

      Russian troops do not and will not play any role in Syria. the maximum that they can do is protect themselves. And this is not because the Russian troops are weak, but because in this aspen nest (BV) it does not work differently. There are examples of the USSR in Afghanistan, the USA in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Israel in Lebanon.
      And they like to say in Israel: "It is always easy to bring in troops. It is very difficult (painful) to withdraw them."
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        Russian troops do not and will not play any role in Syria. the maximum that they can do is protect themselves

        It all depends on whether Russia will simultaneously pull two local conflicts. In Ukraine and in Syria. The dollar is already at 67 rubles. War is not cheap.

        Quote: Professor
        And they like to say in Israel: "It is always easy to bring in troops. It is very difficult (painful) to withdraw them."

        But all the cheers-patriots have the opportunity to distinguish themselves as contractors.
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          It all depends on whether Russia will simultaneously pull two local conflicts. In Ukraine and in Syria. The dollar is already at 67 rubles. War is not cheap.

          Nothing depends on it. Have you been to Gaza / And in Ginin? Now imagine the Russian troops in Itlib or Alepo. Only weapons of mass destruction can somehow help.

          Quote: Kaiten
          But all the cheers-patriots have the opportunity to distinguish themselves as contractors.

          Sofa generals will receive marshals in online battles. However, when real losses go into the thousands and the fervor of the party decreases.
          1. Kaiten 11 September 2015 14: 19 New
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            Quote: Professor
            Nothing depends on it. Have you been to Gaza / And in Ginin? Now imagine the Russian troops in Itlib or Alepo. Only weapons of mass destruction can somehow help.

            Well, I hope Russia will not do that. By the way, a small boiler is planned in Idlib.

            Quote: Professor
            Sofa generals will receive marshals in online battles. However, when real losses go into the thousands and the fervor of the party decreases.

            It is a pity that the louder a person is infected with hatred, the less he imagines how it is to be in battle.
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          The fact that in the next 3 years the ruble will be lowered to the interval from 50 to 70 rubles per dollar was written in the Russian newspaper back in 2012. Unfortunately, then no one paid attention to this article. Go back and put the newspaper under your breath but alas. laughing It took 3 years and a dollar of 50-70 rubles, as predicted. Type coincidence. wink
          As for the war and readiness to go to Syria. Well, no one wants to die, but we love to fight, and it works out pretty well with us, if you’re unlikely to run from subpoenas like in dill. But on the topic - the country has interests and an army in order to protect these interests. She, as it were, receives denyuzhku for this and early retirement. soldier Preserving the Assad regime in certain areas of Syria is beneficial for us, about the whole of Syria is not so interesting. To take control of a part of the provinces of Syria, to close the sky from NATO aviation over the coast and build a large military base there, is quite interesting to us. By the way, the difference between the comments of Jews and Russians is very interesting. The former in all topics always put their life and safety first, and the latter respect and the interests of the country. Maybe that's why we created the largest country on the planet and bred up to 200 million in four countries (the largest of the peoples of continental Europe), and the Jews were persecuted for 2 thousand years by all and sundry, and only thanks to the USSR did they have their own state-in? Yes, and how many real Jews are in Israel, and not those who slandered under them in the wake of universal emigration from the union?
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            we have special forces (SSN). Created specifically for actions outside of Russia.
            There are also contractors. Large contingent CANNOT be unambiguously entered. Enemies will definitely play on this, they will be head-on and really, gentlemen, the Israelis are right, head-on. Uncle Sam is a bastard and is only waiting.
            The main thing is sorting out (if possible) with a view to all the variables in Syria. And on this basis, break the strategy. And soak to the left and to the right of the thigh ... we are not UES MARINS ... we need to take care of our asses! laughing
    3. iouris 11 September 2015 13: 32 New
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      I’m sure that if Assad’s power persists, then after eliminating the terrorist threat from outside, the regime will become much more secular. At the same time, the threat to Israel, at least on this side, will disappear. But those guys with whom Israel wags, unfortunately, do not think so.
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        I’m sure that if Assad’s power persists, then after eliminating the terrorist threat from outside, the regime will become much more secular.

        And where did you get that the Assad regime is religious ??? He generally comes from the Baath Socialist Party. Iran, yes, it is a religious state. Hezbollah, a religious party, and Assad, he is secular.
  • but still 11 September 2015 13: 14 New
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    Is Assad's Birthday Today? A positive impression is created about him from photographs of his family. And the fact that Assad supported the secular state speaks only in his favor. For four years this terrible war has been going on. How did it all begin? A wave of so-called Arab springs swept ... It was written a lot that the neighbors did not want to allow the Iranian pipe through Syria ... There is also a Russian military base ... Why did the neighbors and the west let the dogs down on it? Yes, I know, I'm asking a dumb, naive question. The other day, it was written somewhere that England already agreed that Assad should remain in power. It was necessary to kill more than 200 thousand people!
  • Mentat 11 September 2015 13: 32 New
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    Here is a bad Assad, does not give his country to the Americans to be torn to pieces, but how dare he.


    4 years ago, Assad was only required to hold elections, abolish the constitutional article on the leading role of the party ... and carry out a series of reforms (mainly in the economy).

    What was required by the Americans? Touchingly straight.
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      What was required by the Americans? Touchingly straight.

      What does the Americans have to do with it? Did I write about Americans? Demands were then put forward at the time of peaceful demonstrations by the citizens of Syria. Mostly Sunnis. Assad on them from machine guns ...
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        Only whose ears stuck behind these demonstrations, as well as behind everything that is happening now in Africa and the Middle East, and if Syria falls, then Central Asia and the Caucasus will be the next, but if you "chosen ones" think that you will sit aside, then this it’s unlikely that this “brotherhood” has an immense “tooth” for you, and as a result, Russia will save again, they will save Russia, help Russia, as it has already happened more than once or twice.
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          Only whose ears stuck behind these demonstrations, as well as behind everything that is happening now in Africa and the Middle East, and if Syria falls, then Central Asia and the Caucasus will be the next, but if you "chosen ones" think that you will sit aside, then this it’s unlikely that this “brotherhood” has an immense “tooth” for you, and as a result, Russia will save again, they will save Russia, help Russia, as it has already happened more than once or twice.

          That's for sure. where only dissatisfaction with the authorities is the United States. Here the Israelis came to a demonstration the reason for which was the rise in price of cottage cheese, and hundreds of thousands came out, the State Department was to blame, not our native government. In Tunisia, the eccentric himself set fire to the State Department without a trace. electricity in Armenia has risen in price, the State Department. Yanukovych did not keep campaign promises and the toilet was cast from gold by the State Department.
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            Yes, "professor", you are upside down in your "repertoire", and here there is cottage cheese, an eccentric and electricity, who stood behind all this mess, for the destruction of Iraq, Libya, for these "spring" revolutions, did not suit the dictatorships, and now everything suits me? You made a cry here, drove 40000, 200000, and how many died during the years of "democratization and freedom" according to American count.
      2. Manul 11 September 2015 15: 58 New
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        Demands were then put forward at the time of peaceful demonstrations by the citizens of Syria. Mostly Sunnis. Assad on them from machine guns ...

        And Yanukovych shot a hundred heavenly. Tyrants - they are.
  • loaln 11 September 2015 13: 36 New
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    Late about Syria remembered. It is like a moaning in a funeral procession. "How were you, how we helped you. But we won’t leave you. We will bury with honors. And we will remember you for a long time." Sad But it is so. All capable core from Syria is gone. Only the battlefield remains ...
  • Mentat 11 September 2015 13: 40 New
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    Russian troops do not and will not play any role in Syria. the maximum that they can do is protect themselves. And this is not because the Russian troops are weak, but because in this aspen nest (BV) it does not work differently.

    Do not worry, everything will work out.

    On the face are examples of the USSR in Afghanistan

    The contingent in Afghanistan has fully fulfilled its tasks. By the way, the USSR in Afghanistan did not produce heroin, but built bridges, schools, hospitals.

    On YouTube, you can see enough videos about how those who fought with Soviet soldiers relate to them. Can you see the same about American soldiers or your Israelis?

    By the way, what about your statements about the treatment of the Syrians, how many schools, roads, bridges in Lebanon or Syria have you built, can you tell? Can I find a video from Beirut where Israel rebuilt something at its own expense?
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      Do not worry, everything will work out.

      The last time it turned out and the Ottoman Empire. Fire and sword. Today, no one is capable of this.

      Quote: Mentat
      The contingent in Afghanistan has fully fulfilled its tasks.

      He laid down 15 of his own, a million locals, and hastily fled.

      Quote: Mentat
      By the way, what about your statements about the treatment of the Syrians, how many schools, roads, bridges in Lebanon or Syria have you built, can you tell?

      And you? wink

      By the way, we are at war with Lebanon and Syria. It would be strange to build schools in a country at war with you.

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      Can I find a video from Beirut where Israel rebuilt something at its own expense?

      Let's.
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    He laid down 15 of his own, a million locals, and hastily fled.

    And most importantly, the contingent was introduced in order not to let the Americans go there. The question is, now who is sitting in Afghanistan? The same Americans. It turns out that the 10-year military operation did not achieve its goals.
  • Marusya 11 September 2015 14: 28 New
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    Happy Anniversary, Bashar Hafezovich! For long years!
  • 31rus 11 September 2015 14: 30 New
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    And what do gentlemen from Israel actually don’t like? Strengthening Assad, creating a coalition without Russia, you lose control with the United States, key control, rapprochement between Russia and Iran, so these guys are all the policies of your government and not any exclamations that this is only the defense and the fight against terrorism do not work here, as for Syria, what Moscow is doing now had to be done a year ago, and it’s not your business that the citizens of Israel have, how much and who will be delivered to Syria and not only do your business: terrorists, settlements read the story etc
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      In my opinion, you do not understand the real situation.
      Israel and Syria are at war.
      Syria supplies Hezbollah terrorists with Russian weapons, which are then sent to our side.
      And you say, what do we care belay
      What is the matter of Russia, so far what is going on to distant lands from it?
    2. Kaiten 11 September 2015 14: 41 New
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      And what exactly gentlemen from Israel do you not like?

      Why, do not like it. On the contrary, it seems that Putin is acting on the orders of Natanyahu. I wrote to Wellcome. The main thing that you yourself would like. Here the places are less hospitable, tea is not Europe. By the way, I do not exclude in the future some cooperation with Russian forces in Syria. More precisely in Alavistan. The Future Will show.
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        Bgyyy ... Mikhan with a padded jacket are already belted laughing
    3. Professor 11 September 2015 14: 46 New
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      and it’s not your business the citizens of Israel how much, what and whom will be delivered to Syria

      Here in this I do not agree with you. It is our business how much, what and whom will be delivered to the country at war with us. Moreover. In the recent past, when some supplies threatened to change the balance of power, they (these supplies) strangely exploded.
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        In the recent past, when some supplies threatened to change the balance of power, they (these supplies) strangely exploded

        Are you talking about the warehouse with Yahont missiles, which were not in that warehouse?
  • Olegater 11 September 2015 14: 54 New
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    The situation in the world is as follows; the mattress and their mongrel gave birth to ig and with their hands they are trying to destroy the entire Middle East, which was previously a quiet region under the "dictators". Moreover, they stink that they are “fighting” terrorism by supplying these terrorists with weapons with advisers and mercenaries. And also striking at the positions of the Syrian government troops, which really destroy the jackals. And I have a question. If they are such "fighters" then what the hell "Israeli air force attacked the position of the Syrian army" it means that this is not profitable for the mattress and Israel and the like, and these robbers are the real “jackals”. I would like that this idea would be brought to the media that have a bit of respect for themselves and for the profession to all politicians and people who think on the planet.
  • Nord2015 11 September 2015 15: 12 New
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    I have a personal dislike for Assad

    Experienced! He told me himself: “I have such a personal dislike for the victim that I can’t eat ...” (film Mimino)
  • Demon_blood 11 September 2015 15: 23 New
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    If there was a smart Assad, then in the 2000s he would hold a referendum and elections. Yes, and would divide Syria into several states, or autonomies with the right to exit. And no victims and refugees. The Sunni state would have fought for the Golan with Israel. Kurds would get their state. There would be an Alawite Latakia-West Damascus. But no, Assad and the Alawites (of which only 15% of the population) needed all of Syria. But all the same, everything came to such an outcome, only at the cost of a huge sacrifice and destruction.
  • DobryAAH 11 September 2015 15: 30 New
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    “The mere mention of the Russian military in Syria caused a sharp panic not only among Islamic militants, but also in Washington. No one wants to be buried on a nameless dune in the desert - neither the militants, nor their instructors. This is how the myth about the “war machine” of the USA is dispelled - no one has entered anywhere yet, and emotions are breaking over the edge. Something will happen when they really enter ... it’s not “snotty dirty addicts” to wind up the tracks of tanks ... ”

    Details: http://regnum.ru/news/polit/1967903.html Any use of materials is allowed only if there is a hyperlink to REGNUM IA.
    That's right. But there is another reason why Americans are so nervous. Let's think - what and how will Moscow do in the Syrian direction? It is clear that to destroy the vanguard of US terrorists under the guise of ISIS. That's how? If you look at the map of this region, then there can be only one answer: Russia will wrap ISIS from the coast and the north, where now, according to eyewitnesses, there are very fierce between government forces, ISIL, the Syrian opposition, Kurds, etc. , to the south, but not in the direction of Damascus, from which they will also be pushed back towards Palmyra and further, but towards the western border of Iraq, where Iraq and Iran will chase them for their part. And there IS only one way left for ISIL - to Saudi Arabia! At home, you can say. For that fought for it and ran. If you remember how the army of Saudi Arabia is fighting in Yemen (laughter and tears), then for the leadership of Saudi Arabia the situation takes on a completely different turn.

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  • Kaiten 11 September 2015 15: 30 New
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    Why are you disappointing them with facts?

    In his posts there is such expression, such confidence that, living for 5000 km, he knows everything and understands everything. It’s a pity to disappoint myself.


    Sorry for the bee, who are you going to disappoint here? Even if a person is located 10000 km from the scene, with the current means of communication you can own information no less than those who live in the region. And especially for both of you, subtract 2015 from 1984 and look at the figure obtained, doesn’t it work for several decades. Save your sarcasm for communication with your own kind, "God's chosen ones." Clever men were found.

    Bee, fly into the garden to Vatnik with your Karaluk brother.
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    the chain is this: Tula (producer) -Damaska ​​(importer) - Hezbollah (recipient) and target Israel? understand correctly?

    If correctly understood, then there is logic. But let's be clean: war is a huge and chic business for weapons "barons". This is how our generals often sold guns to militants in Chechnya. there was such a thing ...
    And this always and always happens.
    Another thing is that if Lebanon received weapons specifically for the purpose of attacking Israel!
    That provocation every time - this is a trend in the war.


    The weapon was officially delivered to Syria. It was transferred to Hezbollah. Our soldiers died. This is not good.
    1. silver_roman 11 September 2015 15: 51 New
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      So what? if everyone followed such a logic, then there would be no civilization: neither Jews, nor Russians, nor Americans — ANYTHING! the Americans supplied the INTENTIONALLY stingers to the Chechens; we delivered the INTENTIONALLY much to Vietnam. But that was intentional.
      need to watch contracts. Exclude transfer to a third party from them. But who guarantees the execution of these contracts? for example, now Soviet weapons are fighting in 100% of military conflicts, like American ones. So it turns out, you need to attack the USA and the Russian Federation? I think they understood my idea.
      Intentions are important!
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        Quote: silver_roman
        So what? if everyone followed such a logic, then there would be no civilization: neither Jews, nor Russians, nor Americans — ANYTHING! the Americans supplied the INTENTIONALLY stingers to the Chechens; we delivered the INTENTIONALLY much to Vietnam. But that was intentional.
        need to watch contracts. Exclude transfer to a third party from them. But who guarantees the execution of these contracts? for example, now Soviet weapons are fighting in 100% of military conflicts, like American ones. So it turns out, you need to attack the USA and the Russian Federation? I think they understood my idea.
        Intentions are important!

        Do you think Assad handed over the cornets to Hezbollah unintentionally? Accidentally defended like that?
  • Watchdog 11 September 2015 16: 01 New
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    Let pi.dyat what they want. Happy Birthday, Bashar al-Assad! Health and happiness to you, the world of Syria! Today Bashar al-Assad is a symbol of perseverance, inflexibility and dignity, a symbol of resistance of all countries and peoples oppressed and oppressed by the fascist west. We will not give Syria to mattresses! ¡No pasarán!
  • Algetxnumx 11 September 2015 16: 09 New
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    Bee, fly into the garden to Vatnik with your Karaluk brother.

    Yes, my friend, all the same, you think the middle place, sorry. but this is probably only the grave will fix
    1. Kaiten 11 September 2015 16: 39 New
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      Yes, my friend, all the same, you think the middle place, sorry. but this is probably only the grave will fix

      Walking wide, tear your pants. Which is not surprising if only the cranial ganglion is available.
  • Kaiten 11 September 2015 16: 18 New
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    Professor, why don't you celebrate Hitler's birthday? He, too, was a Jew!

    And in the camps, Jews were not exterminated, but were engaged in singing and drawing with them. In general, there was no war; the Germans carried culture and civilization. In the morning, I guess Horst Vesel sings?
  • Mestny 11 September 2015 16: 18 New
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    And especially for both of you, subtract 2015 from 1982 and look at the figure obtained, doesn’t it work for several decades. Save your sarcasm for communication with your own kind, "God's chosen ones." Clever men were found.

    Moreover, which is typical, they are clever at random on the Russian patriotic resource!
    Uriapatriots of Israel ...
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      Hehehe laughing Notably both of you were bombed laughing
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    He was neutral towards Jews, even sympathetic, but I read a crazy professor and I understand that these times are far behind.
    No matter how many you have cured, more important than how many you have taken your life.
    I believe that Syria should be supplied with iskander, hail, ka-52, mi-35, tos-1, s-400, shell c1, it’s also possible for the t-72 to rust then, as well as provide support to regimental aviation, also send military uncle Vasya, Chechen boys to help poor Syrians gain control of their territory. Russia must help its allies.
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      Quote: GDV
      Chechen boys

      Chechen boys are already there, only they have grown beards. And why?
  • Algetxnumx 11 September 2015 16: 23 New
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    No, I’m shifting pieces of paper in the office.

    Well then everything is clear, to argue with such a large expert on the protection and defense of strategic objects and the war in the desert seems to me beyond the power, do not worry about our guys and do not need to crawl by the arm either. They sounded like a Russian bear anyway, now it’s not be offended if you fall into it.
    1. padded jacket 11 September 2015 16: 36 New
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      By the way, do not forget about the last “feat” of Jewish settlers from Israel who burned the Palestinian family alive, but the Nazis did not remember their concentration camps and kilns where people were killed.
      Sorrow and anger: funeral of a burnt down Palestinian baby alive
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    And in the camps, Jews were not exterminated, but were engaged in singing and drawing with them. And in general there was no war, the Germans carried culture and civilization

    This is your friend, the question is not addressed, this is for you to censor. No, to Ukraine, it’s their prisoners in German camps who lived like Christ’s bosom, so ask them again and think advice on horseback, and not in the middle.
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    2. padded jacket 11 September 2015 16: 47 New
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      Russia's position we are against terrorists and fascists controlled by the United States and the Israeli regime.
      Russia defends its geopolitical interests in Syria
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        Syrians about Russia:

        Russia is a country where the sun rises and only then comes to us, in Syria. We love and respect Russia. Enemies demanded from our president that they oust the Russians from the port of Tartus and were refused - remember that Syria will always be a shoulder on which Russia can rely in the East ...
        http://rusvesna.su/recent_opinions/1441862614
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      There is a high probability that Hitler had something to do with them, in any case, he found impurities of Jewish blood in his blood, so Kaiten is nervous.

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        Well, where do the “chosen ones” come to us, you are the very ones, we’ll somehow stand aside, and then we will urinate on your graves.
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          Well, where do the “chosen ones” come to us, you are the very ones, we’ll somehow stand aside, and then we will urinate on your graves.

          You are the “God-bearers,” at the porches, first stop urinating.
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  • ALEA IACTA EST 11 September 2015 17: 08 New
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    I hope that soon the Syrian people will overcome this medieval quasi-state.
    Civilization must defeat barbarism ...