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What will happen? (Part two)

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So, a week has passed since the terrorist attacks in Paris. Aether filled a squall of condolences, comments, forecasts. The French authorities rebelled from lethargic sleep and began to act independently.


The general tone of condolences "we are with you", "terrorism will not pass", "not intimidate us." In some social networks appeared "buttons", allowing with one click to color your avatar in the colors of the French flag. In Kiev, some citizens were photographed with placards "I am Paris" and lean faces. Most state leaders expressed their condolences and support to President Hollande.

Here I would like to make one retreat. Russia's words of condolences on Twitter expressed US Secretary of State Kerry, and France - President Obama. It would seem that this? But, in a diplomatic language, any comma or its absence can say a lot. I will give an example. The letter can be started by typing the appeal “General!”, Or you can “Dear General!” (Dear general). You can cross out “Dear General!” And write out “Dear General!” By hand. It is more polite not to print, but to write an appeal by hand.

Someone will say: "What kind of nonsense?" But diplomats read more between the lines.
I think I’m not mistaken if I offer such a reading of Kerry’s condolences: “Yes, there was a terrorist act against your plane. Themselves to blame. And if you think that this fact can be a reason for improving our relations, then you are mistaken. And our condolences are formal, so as not to give you a reason to blame the callousness of the United States. "

This is my reading. Probably, someone will read in a different way. However, it is clear that for the Anglo-Saxons there are their own and other victims of the attacks. And to expect that they will tell us "let's forget the previous offenses and become a united front in the fight against terrorism" is simply naive. For the collective West, we are different. Were, is and will be. Therefore, comments about what preferences from terrorist attacks in Paris Russia will receive, do not have anything under themselves, except Russophobia.

But there are interesting facts. In the first hours after the attacks, comments from the “Russian preferences” sounded two messages from the scene: frightened citizens clearly heard the announcement of the terrorist “this is for Syria”, and a Syrian passport was found next to the terrorist. Frankly, I was waiting for another discovery in the pocket of a terrorist - an order to carry out a terrorist act, signed by Syrian President Assad. Apparently, something did not grow together. Maybe it was too quickly established that among the terrorists were citizens of France and Belgium. Or maybe they were ashamed a second time to apply the practices used in stories with Malaysian boeing.

Comments "go right" is worth considering in more detail. Of course, from the point of view of the European political beau monde, it’s quite difficult to understand who the right or, more precisely, the extreme right (who are to the right of the conservatives, but to the left of the radicals) is (who first called our opponent so and right). For example, Dmitry Yarosh, seems to be right, but at the same time a nationalist in the good sense of the word. Marine Le Pen and Milos Zeman are also right, but almost fascists.

The right political sector has always been present in one form or another in Europe. And the growth of its popularity is really happening lately. As an example, let me give you the sensational victory of the Austrian Freedom Party Haider (from 2005 onwards - the Union for the Future of Austria) in the parliamentary elections in 1999 and 2009; the victories of the League of the North and the National Alliance, which entered the Berlusconi government in 1999, 2001-2010; the constant growth of French support for the National Front (23% support for Marine Le Pen according to the results of public opinion polls in 2011). In Switzerland, the Swiss People’s Party (Union of the Democratic Center) has been ruling since 1959 of the year (it’s the one that prevents Switzerland from joining the European Union). In Hungary, Romania, the extreme right gained seats in the parliaments of these countries and achieved success in the elections to the European Parliament in the 2004 and 2009 years. Actually, the number of deputies from the right-wing parties in the European Parliament increases from year to year.

The attacks in Paris, of course, strengthen the position of the right and euro skeptics in Europe. A significant part of Europeans are tired of implanted, in some cases violently implanted, tolerance, multiculturalism, the primacy of the priority of minority opinion. Actually listed and there are conditions that contributed to the attacks. It should be understood that there will be no “right” revolution in Europe, and the political consequences of terrorist acts will manifest themselves gradually from election to election. Europe “rules” and this, given the sympathies of the European right to the primordial Christian values, which are the spiritual foundation of Russian society, the national policy of the Russian Federation, causes cautious optimism.

Before the next presidential elections in France, about one and a half years. It is believed that the election campaign has already begun. The current president is gaining points. An emergency joint meeting of both houses of parliament was held. The rights of special services for combating terrorism have been expanded. Now they can listen and view citizens' messages without a court decision. A war on terrorism has been declared, a state of emergency has been introduced in the country. The proposals on the creation of the anti-Igilov coalition were made. The French Air Force launched an air strike on Racca in Syria. The aircraft carrier "Charles de Gaulle" arrived in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea. The intelligence services of France and Belgium conducted a series of successful anti-terrorist operations (although the Belgians released all those arrested later).

President Hollande’s actions are very reminiscent of what George W. Bush did in September 2001. It's clear. The president must demonstrate firmness, confidence and uncompromising in the fight against the evil of terrorism. Without a doubt, the rights and opportunities of the French and European intelligence services will be expanded. This corresponds to the right-wing views that are gaining popularity, and criticism of such changes by the left will soon be at least inappropriate. Unfortunately, the European special services do not have sufficient, in comparison with the Russian, experience in anti-terrorism activities. And against the background of an increase in the number of employees of power structures (Hollande has already stated this), their effectiveness in the coming months will not increase at least.

The Brussels bureaucracy became more active. Its goal is clear - to prevent the redistribution of power from Brussels to national governments. It is clear that new initiatives are needed to retain power. And Brussels Europe made them happy. Among the first is the initiative to create a single intelligence service of the European Union. Unfortunately (or to satisfaction), only five EU states are ready to share intelligence information in full. It is proposed to strengthen the protection of the external borders of the EU. The measure is reasonable, but expensive and difficult. Now both the external and internal borders of the union are transparent. And it seems that, against the background of a talker in Brussels on this issue, the strengthening of borders will be carried out at the national level, based on the assessed threat and financial possibilities.

There was also a radical proposal to form the EU armed forces. The initiative, in my opinion, is completely unrealizable. First, the EU states, with the exception of Austria, Ireland, Malta, Cyprus, Finland and Sweden, are members of NATO. Secondly, only four of the NATO’s 28 states (Great Britain, Greece, USA and Estonia) spend on defense no less than the prescribed 2% of GDP. Hence the question: "Where does the money come from, Zin?" At present, the military headquarters of the European Union is a small, inefficient, amorphous structure that with great difficulty was able to organize and conduct peacekeeping operations in Macedonia (“Consent”), Bosnia and Herzegovina (“Altey”) and under the auspices of the UN in the Congo and Chad / CAR. The idea of ​​creating a unified command and common armed forces of the EU is not new and was promoted by Germany, France and Poland. However, Great Britain imposed a veto on the project of creating a single European Union command in 2011. According to former British Foreign Secretary William Hague, London will not agree with this either now or in the future, since the creation of the EU headquarters would be a "wasteful duplication of NATO."

I will allow another retreat and declare that, oddly enough, the Ukrainian regime bears the most of the costs of the terrorist attacks in Paris. In recent months, Europe is growing fatigued by the “revolutionist” and the inability of Ukraine to show positive achievements in the economic and political fields, such as the results of European support and assistance. Today Poroshenko and Co. really fear Europe’s cooling towards Ukraine’s affairs, and this situation will force them to act to draw attention to their problems. The easiest and proven way is to provoke an escalation of tension in the east of the country and in relations with Russia. The undermining of power line poles in the Kherson region and an increase in the intensity of shelling of the territory of the DPR is the means to achieve this goal.

Let us return to the armed forces of France and their commander in chief. Mr Hollande called for the creation of a broad coalition of states to fight ISIS. The proposal is reasonable, if you do not take into account that such a coalition has been under the auspices of the United States for a year and a half already, and France is part of it. If this is a recognition that in the past time neither the United States, nor France, nor the West as a whole has achieved significant results in the fight against terror and protecting its citizens, we will rejoice in the return of the head of France to the realities of life.
French air force inflicted rocket-bombing on Raqqah. The course is timely and improves the rating of the president. But I would like to know what goals were attacked in Rakka, if the French do not want to cooperate with the structures of Assad? Suppose that the reconnaissance of targets in the "capital" of terrorists is a result of the titanic efforts of the French intelligence. Then it is not clear why they did not destroy these goals earlier. Or maybe they just dumped bombs on the city?

The aircraft carrier "Charles de Gaulle" came to the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea. The move is even more "trump", because an aircraft carrier is a way to project force in a particular region.
President Putin instructed the elder on the march of a detachment of ships of the Navy to organize interaction with the French and act with them as with allies. The senior responded “is” on the march, the media and experts began to “develop” the topic. Some have agreed that a detachment of Russian ships will ensure combat stability (from whom?) Of an aircraft carrier, its anti-aircraft, anti-submarine and anti-sabotage defenses.

If we take a sober look at the situation, then we remember that aircraft carriers do not walk independently, but act as part of the AUG. AUG ships and provide air defense, PLO and PDO of its aircraft carrier. ISIS simply does not have air or sea-based weapons. In addition, they plan to join the AUG for one frigate of the United Kingdom and Denmark. I can’t say anything about the UK frigate, but the Danish frigate is serious. Let me remind the reader that during the Second World War, the Wehrmacht forced Denmark to surrender for several hours, losing two soldiers killed and three wounded. The Danish Armed Forces (before capitulation) lost 16 people killed and either 20 or 23 people wounded.

The maintenance of effective interaction between the detachment of the Russian Navy ships and the AUG of the French Navy also seems questionable. And that's why. Interaction is the coordination of the use of forces and means in time and place in the interests of performing specific tasks. For the organization of effective control, compatible (similar) procedures (American term) of military planning, contingency (compatibility) of communication facilities, troop control systems and weapons, communications. That is, compatible frequencies, protocols, etc. that provide close-to-real data exchange. Let me remind you that in order to participate in the NATO operation in the Mediterranean Sea Active Endeavour (active efforts), the naval ships underwent special months-long training, and the necessary NATO equipment was installed on them. I note that for the purpose of training in joint maneuvering and communication on a regular basis, within the framework of the Partnership for Peace program, exercises are conducted “Passex”. Of course, if the interaction is organized at the level of “we are now taking off, you tell yours so as not to be shot down”, then yes, it is possible.

And so, we have ISIS and many other terrorist groups. We have two coalitions: conditionally ours (Russia, Syria, Iraq, Iran) and the US as part of either 62 or 63 states (no one is able to list them), and according to Obama’s latest statement 65 does. We have Hollande on briefing in the Washington Regional Committee before the visit to Russia. We have Western anti-Russian sanctions. Against this background, we have a wide range of forecasts of developments from "nothing will" to "the global victory of common sense, cooperation and prosperity."

Predicting the development of events, I propose to consider the Crimea, Novorossia, Syria as decorations for the process of containing Russia. In other words, the containment of Russia was carried out, carried out and will be carried out regardless of whether or not the reunification of the Crimea occurred, whether or not there was moral and humanitarian support for Donetsk and Luhansk, whether or not assistance was rendered to Syria.

At the turn of 2000, the US intelligence community in its forecasts was inclined to think that 2012 was the last year of Russia's existence. But then VV came to the leadership of the state. Putin, and Russia, in the words of Chancellor Gorchakov, "began to concentrate." In a short time, centrifugal tendencies were overcome. The pace of development for a number of years significantly exceeded the European - 5-7-10%. Russia began to pursue an independent policy. All this led to a policy of containment by the West. After consultations last week, the leading states of the West (including France, dear to the heart of every Russian) announced the extension of anti-Russian sanctions until the full implementation of the Minsk agreements. And since Poroshenko and Co. can not perform them, make a conclusion, the reader.

Briefly consider the main players in the Syrian direction. Let's start with "ours".
Syria. Of course, the task of the legitimate Syrian leadership is to defeat terrorist groups, their destruction or ousting the republic. Forced within the Syrian political dialogue. Early presidential election. And not the fact that Bashar Asad will lose them. Providing as little autonomy as possible to Kurdish areas. Syria is interested in supporting Russia. But, and Russia is interested in supporting Syria. Perhaps, Assad is Russia's last ally (remember Milosevic, Hussein, Gaddafi).

Iran. Iran’s “axis of influence” on the eastern Mediterranean (Lebanon, Hezbollah) passes through northern Iraq and Syria. Syria’s defeat will weaken Shiite Iran in the face of the Gulf monarchies. Iran is positioning itself as a major player in the region.

Iraq. Independent state, fully controlled by the United States. The natural goal is the destruction of ISIS and the restoration of sovereignty over the territory. For this, it has neither the strength, nor the means, nor the political will.

The Kurds. The largest nation that does not have its statehood. Relatively compact live in Syria, Iraq and Turkey. Kurdish troops fight ISIS, in some cases successfully, and have areas under their sovereignty in Syria and Iraq. The goal of the Kurdish movement is to create an independent Kurdistan.

Now consider the sixty-five polynomial under the auspices of the United States.

USA. Idee fixe - the indispensable care of Bashar Assad. Continued dominance in the region due to controlled chaos. Preventing new centers of power in the region (Russia, Iran). Soft restraint of the Allies (Turkey, Saudi Arabia).
Our liberal intelligentsia does not like the mention of the practice of controlled chaos. But how else can one explain the open support of the United States for its (good) terrorists from the so-called moderate Syrian opposition? How can one explain the fact that up to half of the weapons, ammunition and equipment for this very moderate opposition are dumped into the locations of ISIS units? How can we explain the transition of the “moderate oppositionists” trained and armed with American taxpayers' money to the side of Jabhat al-Nusra, and twice? Dull US intelligence? It is unlikely, given that no investigation (limited to the scandal in Congress) was not conducted, and no one lost his position. For Washington it is now important that Russia does not become a global player in the Middle East and in the world as a whole. The United States fears the destruction of a unipolar world, and this is a much more painful topic for them than terrorism, which has already entered Paris.

France. It is quite difficult to say anything other than "retribution" and "a demonstration of the decisiveness of the president before voters." Actually, France and created this inter-ethnic and interfaith intersection called Syria.

Turkey. One of the most interested countries. First, Assad is an irreconcilable ideological opponent for Erdogan. Secondly, this is a project of the Qatari gas pipe through Syria to Turkey and the oil business with IG, which is coordinated by the son of Erdogan from the Turkish side (terrorists daily receive up to 1,5 million dollars from the oil trade with Turkey). Thirdly, the fight against the Kurds. Terrorist training camps operate almost openly in Turkey. Militants are provided with rest and treatment.

Qatar. Small and very rich state, accustomed to impunity. Having up to 100 billion dollars a year of "extra money", in fact, finances and defines the tasks of the Muslim Brotherhood, Imaratu Kavkaz, Ahrar ash-Shamu and the IG. He organizes treatment in the Turkish resorts of terrorists who are fighting in Syria. This process is headed by the Foreign Minister of Qatar, Khaled al-Attiyah.

Saudi Arabia. Like Qatar, the Wahhabi Salafi state. Positioning itself as the ideological leader of the entire Arab East. Al Qaeda and Jabhat al-Nusra are their terrorists for the Saudis. According to Evgeny Satanovsky, it was Saudi Arabia that stood behind the September 11 attacks in the United States, at Dubrovka in Moscow, in Volgograd.

We reviewed very briefly only eight states. This, and the whole article, is not some kind of analyst, but rather a response to injustice (ours are not our victims, the good ones are bad terrorists) and outright lies in the western information space.

And now let's try to summarize.

The terrorist danger in the world, in general, and in Europe, in particular, will increase. The containment of Russia by the West will continue. The fight against terrorism and ISIS is a long, costly process. The victory over terrorism is impossible without a victory over their sponsors. Every Khaled al-Attiyah must answer for his deeds. Creating an effective and efficient broad coalition of states to combat ISIS is unlikely.

Russia, as always, has two loyal ally - the army and the navy.
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  1. cniza
    cniza 26 November 2015 08: 47 New
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    Russia, as always, has two loyal ally - the army and the navy.



    And only rely on them, trust them and cherish them worldwide.
    1. ANTI.KORR.
      ANTI.KORR. 26 November 2015 08: 57 New
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      In the current situation of the Kurds, it is certainly better to make our allies.
      Now everything is very simple who is against igil and Turkey our friends, and if not friends, then the allies, anyway.
      1. cniza
        cniza 26 November 2015 09: 02 New
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        Quote: ANTI.KORR.
        In the current situation of the Kurds, it is certainly better to make our allies.
        Now everything is very simple who is against igil and Turkey our friends, and if not friends, then the allies, anyway.



        So Russia has always acted in order to balance the ardor of the Turks, we supported the Kurds.
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      3. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 26 November 2015 09: 07 New
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        Quote: ANTI.KORR.
        In the current situation of the Kurds, it is certainly better to make our allies.

        Here Ukrainians, for example, to write to their allies all! And ISIS and Alnusru and the last fighter in the mountains of Dagestan. Well, with Ukrainians everything is clear, but why do you think the same ??????? Principle - The enemy of my enemy is my friend, it can be expensive.
        1. lukewarm
          lukewarm 26 November 2015 10: 08 New
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          Well yes. Ukrainians write. No reciprocity. ISIS records them as enemies. Zinc: http://rusnovosti.ru/posts/397258 lol
        2. ANTI.KORR.
          ANTI.KORR. 26 November 2015 10: 51 New
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          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Principle - The enemy of my enemy is my friend, it can be expensive.

          Quote: U-96
          which ones?

          I said that if earlier we not only "bought" friends for ourselves, but also provided them with ideology, now we cannot provide ideology only to ourselves, but also to our current and future allies, so we need to use internal contradictions within our opponents.
          Today, with our tacit consent, how the states destroyed Iraq, Libya, and Syria are on the verge, and in this sense, absolutely any forces that can withstand the igil are our allies. And it doesn’t matter who closes the border with the same Turkey or wets the bearded in Iraq.
          Gaddafi is not, it is necessary to save Assad, otherwise chaos.
          Prophecy
          1. U-96
            U-96 26 November 2015 15: 32 New
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            Quote: ANTI.KORR.
            I said that if earlier we not only "bought" friends for ourselves, but also provided them with ideology,

            we sold them an ideology)
            Quote: ANTI.KORR.
            we can not provide ideologies not only to ourselves, but also to our current and future allies

            I agree. The history of the KDP and the PKK confirms this)
            Quote: ANTI.KORR.
            Today, with our tacit consent

            I'm afraid, of course, to bring forth righteous anger, but still I think that Libya is наш shame. And the ryashka LADY ("the winner of Georgia") always annoys me a little.
        3. hartlend
          hartlend 26 November 2015 11: 59 New
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          I wanted to write about the same. Totally agree, the enemy of my enemy is not necessarily friend. Now it can be used. How the Kurds will behave towards Russia after the formation of their state is a big question. Chinnays also act with Russia, use in convenient situations, although they have completely different plans for Russia. They do not call us friends.
      4. U-96
        U-96 26 November 2015 09: 36 New
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        Quote: ANTI.KORR.
        In the current situation of the Kurds, it is certainly better to make our allies.

        which ones? The Iraqi already have an ally. And there is a party of its own - the KDP, which, although it was sausage from Marxism-Leninism to conservative liberalism, but in the lists of territorial organizations, unlike the PKK, it was not, like. Licking the Syrian Kurds is Bagdasarov's favorite topic on Vesti from Solovyov. But I see that the idea "Let's arm the Kurds!" gain popularity. Kurdish nationalism is a lousy pair skating ground.
        1. Turkir
          Turkir 26 November 2015 09: 45 New
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          Kurdish nationalism is a shabby pairing area.

          And why is it all of a sudden - "Kurdish nationalism"?
          That is, "Turkish nationalism" in relation to the Kurds can be ignored or even denied, and the Kurds, by the way the autochthonous population, are "nationalists"?
          This is a one-sided look.
          1. U-96
            U-96 26 November 2015 09: 56 New
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            Quote: Turkir
            This is a one-sided look.

            I do not argue. But the commentators are not encouraging with "double glances")
            1. Turkir
              Turkir 26 November 2015 14: 46 New
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              It seems to me that you are right about the "double-sided views". I always go into reference books, then I write something. And now, thanks to the Internet, it is so easy to do.
              I got acquainted with the Kurdish problem a long time ago and thanks to James Aldridge in the book "The Diplomat".
              Help "offhand" -
              Ethnic Kurds constitute a significant part of the population in Turkey - about 30-35%although according to official information of the Turkish National Council, the Kurdish population is 18,7% of the total population of Turkey.
              And, in confirmation of my point of view (new publication) -
              http://www.aif.ru/politics/world/turciya_pomogala_ig_v_atakah_na_kurdov_eks-chin
              ovnik_gosdepa
        2. V.ic
          V.ic 26 November 2015 09: 53 New
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          Quote: U-96
          Kurdish nationalism is a shabby pairing area.

          To ignore the Kurdish factor is not the best choice, even the USA understood it. To support the Kurds in their struggle for the creation of Kurdistan (at least in the form of autonomy) is preferable to giving them to slaughter the butchers -уrkam. If Bashar ibn Hafez understands this, then ISIS in the territories populated by Kurds will have very little chance of continuing its activities.
          1. U-96
            U-96 26 November 2015 10: 03 New
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            Quote: V.ic
            To ignore the Kurdish factor is not the best choice, even the USA understood it.

            who argues? Kurds are a defendant in this BV node, this is not denied) I just mean that we need balance and a promising outlook. And we do not need to select allies in Syria, but above all Assad, as you rightly noted. And then, you know, here at an emotional peak, one commentator as a response of Russia for the downed bomber, he agreed to: "Immediately grant autonomy to the Kurds !!" Neither more nor less - to dispose of someone else's territory at their own discretion. Kindergarten...
        3. avdkrd
          avdkrd 26 November 2015 10: 57 New
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          Quote: U-96
          Kurdish nationalism is a shabby pairing area.

          Any platform will do. The Kurds as a counterweight to the Turks from a moral point of view are much better than the ISIS used by the states and the same Turks. Turkey is our enemy at the moment, and in war all means are good.
          1. U-96
            U-96 26 November 2015 14: 50 New
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            Quote: avdkrd
            Any platform will do.

            yes, of course, but - Achtung! - we need to be more careful ... Indirectly, we can accidentally take the PKK under our wing, but do we need this? An organization that takes responsibility for the killing of police and military, you know ... not the best favorite in litigation with the Turks.
      5. Aksakal_07
        Aksakal_07 26 November 2015 10: 03 New
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        Quote: ANTI.KORR.
        Kurds certainly better to make our ally

        It is good to. Only Kurds do not become allies even for Kurds (from neighboring territories).
        1. sovetskyturist
          sovetskyturist 26 November 2015 10: 35 New
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          France and Israel start a new war in Iraq and Syria
          Thierry Meyssan..http: //www.voltairenet.org/article189388.html
          Before implementing their plan, arsonists combined the Kurdish Popular Self-Defense Forces (YPG, but now they call themselves the “Democratic Forces of Syria”) with the Barzani clan from Iraq. Both of these organizations are Kurdish, but they speak different languages, during the Second World War they exterminated each other, and they have diametrically opposed ideologies [8].

          We note in passing that the regional Kurdish Administration of Iraq is a dictatorship. Its president, Massoud Barzani, an agent of Mossad, introduced by Great Britain and the USA, clings to power, although his mandate expired in June 2013 [9].

          They also encouraged the Democratic Forces to force upon the non-Kurdish people of northern Syria the Kurdish language (October 2015), which provoked protests among Arabs and Assyrian Christians and anger in Damascus, but there was no reaction from the international community [10] . It was not there after the seizure of the oil field in Kirkuk by the Kurdish regional Administration of Iraq (summer 2014). The international community sees only Daesh ethnic cleansing. At one time, the world powers not only did not condemn the invading war of the Kurdish regional Administration of Iraq, but also offered to supply it with arms directly, bypassing the central government of Baghdad, ostensibly to fight against Daesh.

          Parties to the conflict will never admit that they are waging war to create a colonial state subordinate to Israel, and to take in the grip of the resisting Arab countries, but, if necessary, they will say that this is done to create an independent Kurdistan, which is ridiculous , since this territory never belonged to the Kurds, and the Kurds in it are a national minority (less than 30% of the population).
          people trust experts and analysts too much, a lot of emotions and little sound judgment
      6. Rezistant
        Rezistant 26 November 2015 10: 49 New
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        Unfortunately, circumstances force Russia to turn into America No. 2, and this is fraught with damage to karma.
        1. U-96
          U-96 26 November 2015 16: 03 New
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          Quote: Rezistant
          Unfortunately, circumstances force Russia to turn into America No. 2, and this is fraught with damage to karma.

          it is strange that your comments were ignored) I'm a plus. Commentators suggest indiscriminately recruiting dubious nationalist corporations, citing the experience of the Republic of Ingushetia and the USSR. I do not think this is smart.
    2. MIKHAN
      MIKHAN 26 November 2015 09: 01 New
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      Russia, as always, has two loyal ally - the army and the navy.

      I hope to have time to rearm ... Syria is our distant outpost, giving the opportunity to delay the hour X .. (decisive battle ahead) The men will have to fight ... But I really hope that the battle will be short-lived and with little blood ... God bless Russia!
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 26 November 2015 09: 18 New
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        Quote: MIKHAN
        I hope to have time to rearm ..

        Up to 70% only by 2020. The world is heading into the abyss much faster. recourse
        1. MIKHAN
          MIKHAN 26 November 2015 09: 28 New
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          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          Quote: MIKHAN
          I hope to have time to rearm ..

          Up to 70% only by 2020. The world is heading into the abyss much faster. recourse

          So, it is so ... But Sash, if we are in a brazen trouble, then there are serious trump cards in the sleeve! Fighting spirit and patriotism is a good thing, of course, but in the General Staff they don’t do well ... they sit and calculate different options ... they try Russia on the "tooth" .. No matter how broken off the teeth in the best version! The situation is serious, but this is not the last provocation ...
      2. hydrox
        hydrox 26 November 2015 10: 00 New
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        Quote: MIKHAN
        I really hope that the battle will be short-lived


        I do not know who the Armeec is, but the article is sensible, but the conclusion is gloomy, albeit extremely truthful.
        In terms of military-economic planning :: who could bring to Putin the simplest basics of the economy :: if liberal rule persists, then there will be no economy at all in the country?
        And it may even end with the fact that we will not be able to confront some kind of Denmark with the Tribalts.
      3. max702
        max702 26 November 2015 10: 13 New
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        Quote: MIKHAN
        I hope to have time to rearm ... Syria is our distant outpost, giving the opportunity to delay the hour X .. (decisive battle ahead) We'll have to fight men ..

        That's why I personally am CATEGORALLY against the sale of MODERN weapons on the side .. MOST useful! Or just in the case of potential allies, such as the US fig rocket engine! Like MI-17 in Afghanistan, let the "black hawks" be sent taking them away from their own armed forces, we are clearly in a hurry with the SU-35 to China, things are heading for war, and every modern weapon is a small part on the scales of victory ..
        1. MIKHAN
          MIKHAN 26 November 2015 11: 29 New
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          Quote: max702
          That's why I personally categorically against the sale of modern weapons to the side .. MYSELF useful! Or only in case of potential allies

          I don’t quite agree with you ... We are selling an export version, and this is control over the technical characteristics ... Worse if not our weapons ... And if that, we have something to blow! hi
        2. Valentine
          Valentine 26 November 2015 11: 46 New
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          Can't you see that Washington is now fighting not with weapons, not with tanks and aircraft, but with meanness and provocations. This is how they taught Ukraine to act. Now and Turkey, disgustingly, from around the corner, in the back. They have a different tactic of war, by proxy , to force brother to brother, Muslims to Christians, Orthodox to Catholics, blacks to whites. They overthrew Hussein in Iraq - and now what? They overthrew Gaddafi in Libya - and what is there now. They overthrew Yanukovych in Ukraine - and now what? They are trying to overthrow Assad - and what is there now? And isn't it time for us to answer everything, as they say now "challenges"
          just like they do-meanness and provocation ...
    3. 79807420129
      79807420129 26 November 2015 09: 02 New
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      And who doubted this? We are a real adversary for them, if there are hypocritical smiles, Western jackals will always harm us at any opportunity, and they will also rock the country to cause upheaval and excitement, if only our so-called elite and liberalism do not He understands that the West keeps them as his sixes, they are only great in their eyes, won’t understand the rooster with his gang on dill, now he is a slave to the West. We only have three reliable allies, the army, navy and aviation it didn’t sound, but it is.
      1. 34 region
        34 region 26 November 2015 10: 11 New
        +3
        Oh dear! Do not forget. In the 90s, we had three allies. Army, Navy, Navy. Saved this country? Where is the USSR? The army itself cannot exist. A powerful army needs a powerful industry. As well as powerful leadership. In the 30s, Europe seemed to have a powerful industry and a sickly army. But! Very dead guide. And citizen Adolf so quickly took control of both industry and the army. Cannon meat went as a bonus. Why all this talk? The fortress can be any strong until the moment when the gate opens. Can we guarantee this today? That today no one will run to open the gate? Won't you want to get a packet of cookies?
    4. Denis DV
      Denis DV 26 November 2015 09: 16 New
      +1
      In the modern interpretation, there are three allies. Do not forget about videoconferencing drinks
    5. 222222
      222222 26 November 2015 09: 22 New
      +5
      "" Russia, as always, has two loyal allies - the army and the navy. "

      Russia is always an ally - its multinational people !!
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      2. guzik007
        guzik007 26 November 2015 09: 32 New
        +5
        Russia is always an ally - its multinational people
        -------------------------------------------------- ---
        That is, the people separately, Russia separately? I think everything is different — the peoples of Russia are Russia, because without it, it’s just territory.
    6. Naum
      Naum 26 November 2015 09: 26 New
      +2
      Our third ally is the VKS! And the fourth (but first in importance) is the Lord God. And in general - power is in truth.
    7. Prince Bulls
      Prince Bulls 26 November 2015 09: 28 New
      +2
      This is bad that only the army and navy.
    8. NEXUS
      NEXUS 26 November 2015 10: 04 New
      +1
      Quote: cniza
      Russia, as always, has two loyal ally - the army and the navy.

      Already have a third friend, Russian Aerospace Forces
    9. free
      free 26 November 2015 12: 39 New
      0
      Well, poplar is also a reliable friend!
  2. volot-voin
    volot-voin 26 November 2015 08: 49 New
    +4
    this is a project of a Qatari gas pipe through Syria to Turkey and the oil business with IG

    And he will not receive the mythical Qatari labor, and will lose the real one in the form of a "Turkish stream".
    Erdogan is waiting for the "democratic" opposition, evil owners and employees of hotels, angry Kurds ...
    1. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 26 November 2015 09: 05 New
      +4
      Quote: volot-voin
      Erdogan is waiting for the "democratic" opposition, evil owners and employees of hotels, angry Kurds ...


      Amen.
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  4. venaya
    venaya 26 November 2015 08: 52 New
    +3
    “Yes, there was a terrorist attack against your plane. They themselves are to blame. And if you think that this fact may be an occasion to improve our relations, then you are mistaken. And the condolences of the niche are formal, so as not to give you a reason to accuse the callousness of the United States. "

    "Russia, as always, has two loyal ally - the army and the navy."- Yes, indeed, you can only rely on yourself! In today's world, saturated with commercial interests, not a single country will lend us a helping hand, but on the contrary, they will only try to put up the steps, if only they have a financial interest
    1. volot-voin
      volot-voin 26 November 2015 08: 56 New
      +4
      Quote: venaya
      "Russia, as always, has two loyal allies - the army and the navy."

      With the passage of time and technological progress, a third ally appeared - the VKS smile
      1. venaya
        venaya 26 November 2015 09: 06 New
        0
        volot-voin: a third ally appeared - VKS - I am forced to note that both there and there, that is, air ships in the air and space ships in space, whatever you say, in all cases it is also the Fleet and nothing more. So everything is true, everything according to the scheme of Alexander III, only two allies.
  5. adekvat
    adekvat 26 November 2015 09: 04 New
    +1
    As long as there is the United States and the like, it is not necessary to wait for peace. There is a category of people for whom the meaning of life is political games. So long as there are such, there will be no peace ...
  6. Wolka
    Wolka 26 November 2015 09: 04 New
    +1
    if you simplify the concept of the army in general, I’ll add that now Russia also has the Russian Aerospace Forces, which doesn’t change the essence of the matter, but gives us some hope for justice and strengthens the fighting spirit of Russia ...
  7. EvgNik
    EvgNik 26 November 2015 09: 06 New
    +4
    Good article. But events are so rapidly changing the balance of power and priorities, that only you wonder. But despite some changes in the world - article +.
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 26 November 2015 10: 09 New
      0
      Quote: EvgNik
      despite some changes in the world

      Changes in the world have always been, are and will be, the only question is what and how Russia can do so that these changes are made in its favor. However, with such an economic trend, working for wear and tear, the Russian military-industrial complex will not be able to produce as many military products in a year as it does today
  8. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 26 November 2015 09: 07 New
    -2
    The article is a complete vinigret, the author nafigovertil everything in one heap. We have never harbored illusions towards the West. The special services know everything. It's ordinary people who open "America" ​​sitting in front of the TV that the West is so bad and all that. Only if you accept everything as it is, and then what? Isolate from everyone and think that we are the best, and bad things will happen everywhere .. So it turns out that Russia is trying to participate wherever possible and to influence everything that is possible, and without such participation there is simply no way. All this Western "game" is understandable to the core. Just not "playing" with them is dangerous for yourself.
    1. kartalovkolya
      kartalovkolya 26 November 2015 10: 10 New
      +1
      Dear, I must say that your comment smells bad, and given that the "minke whales" have created a structure to fight us on the Internet, the question arises "Whose will you be?" And don't be so disrespectful about our people, I remember back in 50-60. of the last century, our people very clearly understood (except for the "liberals" and other hidden enemies) that there is the West and who they are to us! And now, when they openly trample on "international law," only the "white-ribbon workers" consider them "beacons of democracy", but in fact, the descendants of adventurers and bandits have remained with them: "... The apple does not roll far from the apple tree ..." So you are trying to "confuse" everything, and the author speaks specifically and to the very point, although there are questions to him too!
  9. meriem1
    meriem1 26 November 2015 09: 09 New
    0
    “I am Paris”
    ??

    World has gone mad.
    1. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 26 November 2015 09: 32 New
      0
      Quote: meriem1
      World has gone mad.

      A long time ago, half of Moscow roamed - I'm Charlie ???
  10. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 26 November 2015 09: 09 New
    +2
    The flywheel is gaining momentum .... We will create our own "dome" over Syria and not only ...! How do you comrades from Israel like this option ..? hi
  11. Neophyte
    Neophyte 26 November 2015 09: 11 New
    +1
    In light of recent events, a very important factor is the designation for the EU,
    The main contractor for Qatar and the Saudis is Turkey. It is no secret what exactly
    Ottomans transport crowds of refugees to the EU and this must be conveyed to everyone
    European through opposition media.
    1. nagel_Oz
      nagel_Oz 26 November 2015 10: 48 New
      0
      I agree with you completely, for example, why would the flow of refugees intensify from the territory of Turkey, on the eve of the signing of a trade agreement enslaving for Europe with minke whales? The answer is obvious, the Russians stepped on the throat of the Arabs in the BV, and personally offended Erdogan's family business. Naturally, after consulting with Uncle Sam.
      Knowing that no one is being done with their consent.
      The question is different, sanctions will not be lifted from us. NEVER so be sure of this, skakly will do everything for this, how can we compensate for the budget surplus? Nest egg then melt ...
  12. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 26 November 2015 09: 11 New
    +5
    Quote: venaya
    "Russia, as always, has two loyal allies - the army and the navy."
    + VKS in the new realities!
  13. bugrovata
    bugrovata 26 November 2015 09: 12 New
    0
    Russia, as always, has two loyal ally - the army and the navy.

    Not. Now three - VKS! angry
  14. U-96
    U-96 26 November 2015 09: 13 New
    0
    Meanwhile, the psheks again noted:
    1. Lelek
      Lelek 26 November 2015 12: 20 New
      0
      Quote: U-96
      Meanwhile, the psheks again noted:


      Pshek is pshek - no more and no less. Pay attention to all their poop - do not respect yourself. Let them get bogged down in their shit - not a bit of sympathy. stop
  15. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 26 November 2015 09: 13 New
    +1
    What has been seen, what will be seen, but there will never be that Russia would submit to enemies.
  16. as150505
    as150505 26 November 2015 09: 17 New
    0
    Kurds need help stopudovo. To Churdogan they strained better.
  17. mik0588
    mik0588 26 November 2015 09: 21 New
    +2
    "I personally ordered to shoot down the Su-24," Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said at a meeting of the faction of the ruling Justice and Development Party, the Turkish portal Haberler reported. Davutoglu stressed that everyone knows the law on the inadmissibility of violating the airspace. "If our border is violated, then it is our right to shoot down such planes," he summed up.
    /varjag-2007.l...om/9414749.html

    In comments:
    Quick guy. He was informed that the Russians had violated airspace and he managed to give an order and the pilot managed to execute it. And for everything about everything 17 seconds!
  18. avkeys
    avkeys 26 November 2015 09: 23 New
    +1
    I don’t understand why to establish any kind of cooperation with this France there. They generally sailed there to interfere. This is immediately clear.
  19. TTX
    TTX 26 November 2015 09: 26 New
    +2
    We are chasing the tail and you need to chop off the heads of "Hydra" just how?
  20. jarator
    jarator 26 November 2015 09: 26 New
    +1
    In any case, we need to complete the operation we have begun. Until the end. This will be our way to save face.
  21. Al_oriso
    Al_oriso 26 November 2015 09: 37 New
    0
    Russia is no stranger.
    No one has ever helped Russia, but always held back.
    Russia's allies are only on paper.
    Russia is strong in spirit, but it cannot be broken.
  22. Altona
    Altona 26 November 2015 09: 47 New
    0
    As a writing experience, the article will go, just some paragraphs are entirely scooped up from Satanovsky. As for the future - "the autopsy will show" how it will be ...
  23. sergo1914
    sergo1914 26 November 2015 09: 56 New
    +1
    Quote: MIKHAN
    The men will have to fight ...


    Do you have a military specialty, warrior? Computer Special Forces? Specialization: mouse and keyboard. Guessed?

    Marshals ... such marshals ...
    Such warriors are sitting idle.
    1. Altona
      Altona 26 November 2015 12: 01 New
      -1
      Quote: sergo1914
      Do you have a military specialty, warrior? Computer Special Forces? Specialization: mouse and keyboard. Guessed?

      Marshals ... such marshals ...
      Such warriors are sitting idle.

      ----------------------
      Wait, what specialization is that? Organization of kitchens and recreation places in poorly adapted places ... Organization of fishing in nearby water bodies ... laughing
  24. attuda
    attuda 26 November 2015 09: 58 New
    0
    Well honestly. I was laughing so much.
    So wants to share.
    Read komenty on this branch ukrokorra.
    This something)))

    Zhvanetsky and Zadornov rest ...)
    http://korrespondent.net/world/3594976-yhyl-obiavyl-ukraynu-vrahom-smy
  25. adena
    adena 26 November 2015 10: 00 New
    0
    “Mr. Hollande called. . . ", Well, why the abbreviation" Mr. "inspired: rubber. . . chicks. . .venereologist?
    Why be friends (or show something more than formal politeness) with spiders? For example, “beautiful France” came to Russia twice with the war, about the Germans and the Anglo-Saxons the same words from the same song. What Russian "good" attitude of cannibals? I don’t give a damn about all this camarilla.
  26. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 26 November 2015 10: 05 New
    +1
    As for Russia's participation in the Western coalition against ISIS, I think, as the old Russian proverb says: “from a black sheep, at least a tuft of wool!” During World War II, we also had “many allies” and the Russians carried the entire war practically on their shoulders (no, Soviet women and men, - without nationalities), and now, you need to rely only on yourself and try to avoid dizziness from success.
  27. Valentine
    Valentine 26 November 2015 10: 58 New
    0
    The Americans have no friends, and rightly so, because no one will betray, no one
    , on the sly, will not stick a knife in the back. For them, all potential enemies. For many, we were friends and older "brothers", and where are they now? Where are our brothers-Ukrainians, where are our brothers-Bulgarians, where are our brothers in the so-called. "Warsaw Pact"? I'm not even talking about Poland and the Baltic states, they hate Russia from time immemorial. So it's better to somehow live without "brothers", "friends",
    and "partners", and be on your own mind .... "Do not do good, you will not get evil"
    - a very wise proverb.
  28. Robinzon57
    Robinzon57 26 November 2015 10: 59 New
    0
    Hopefully in the next 2-3 weeks to hear, and better to see a couple of falling Turkish f-16s. I will be deeply satisfied.
    Bald must be treated, they themselves will not recover! am
  29. Dikson
    Dikson 26 November 2015 11: 21 New
    -1
    The author has made something clever .. According to his logic, when McCain writes to our president: "Dear Vlad" - this is the height of friendliness ?! In my opinion, this is condescending - an indicative slap in the face, demonstrating how they treat us in the West .. It is impossible to imagine that any American senator would turn to Stalin: "Dear Iosya!" ...
  30. iouris
    iouris 26 November 2015 11: 28 New
    0
    Do what you must, and be that it will be.
    It is not the genius of the leader who wins in the war, but the people. War cannot be won without a profound change in social and domestic policy. There are Turkish agents in Russia and not only in all spheres. Cherkizon is just the shining tip of this iceberg. It can be seen with the naked eye that as the situation develops, the "dark element" is activated.
  31. 19max70
    19max70 26 November 2015 11: 49 New
    0
    "The aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle has arrived in the eastern Mediterranean. The move is even more" trump card ", because the aircraft carrier is a way of projecting power in one or another region.
    President Putin instructed the elder on the march of a detachment of ships of the Navy to organize interaction with the French and act with them as with allies. The senior responded “is” on the march, the media and experts began to “develop” the topic. Some have agreed that a detachment of Russian ships will ensure combat stability (from whom?) Of an aircraft carrier, its anti-aircraft, anti-submarine and anti-sabotage defenses.

    If we take a sober look at the situation, we will remember that aircraft carriers do not sail independently, but operate as part of the AUG. Ships AUG and provide air defense, anti-aircraft defense and anti-aircraft defense of their aircraft carrier. ISIS simply does not have air or sea-based weapons. In addition, one frigate of the British and Danish navies is planning to join the AUG. I can't say anything about the British frigate, but the Danish frigate is serious. Let me remind the reader that during the Second World War, the Wehrmacht forced Denmark to surrender within a few hours, while losing two soldiers killed and three wounded. The Danish Armed Forces (before the surrender) lost 16 people killed and either 20 or 23 wounded. "

    My opinion is that the ACG does not provide retaliation for terrorist attacks in Paris - a good reason to engage the group - but the help of Turkey, with its weak air defense. NATO Allies. Before the arrival of the AUG, Turkey did not allow such a thing.
    1. iouris
      iouris 26 November 2015 12: 56 New
      0
      To "interact" with the French (NATO) means being ready for an attack.
  32. chunga-changa
    chunga-changa 26 November 2015 11: 51 New
    +1
    Nothing will happen. The boys have business and homeland in England, and the slaves do not care.
  33. triglav
    triglav 26 November 2015 13: 14 New
    0
    Russia, as always, has two loyal ally - the army and the navy.

    That's for sure. It always has been. Therefore, you cannot count on anyone. At the moment, perhaps only on Assad. And then, while he needs Russia to help. East is a delicate matter. But the terrorists need to be killed further.