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The Middle East lives in confrontation

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The Middle East lives in confrontationIf you run into the supercomputer all the information issued by Western and domestic media about the situation in the Middle East, it is guaranteed to fail. To understand what is happening there, you can only spit on any political correctness. Whether we like it or not, Libya, Syria and Iraq are states artificially created by Western powers. About 100 years ago, they were all part of the Ottoman Empire. Before the capture of the Turks, no state with such names existed. Perhaps the exception is Syria, where from 300 BC 64 year AD there was a Seleucid state. But it was a completely different country. There were no Arabs there, and the capital was the greatest city of antiquity of antiquity, which was among the four largest cities in the world. Now Antioch is a provincial Turkish town of Antakya.


Why get rid of the dictators


In 1951, the American occupation authorities, who seized the Italian colony in 1943, called their area of ​​occupation “the kingdom of Libya”. They appointed Idris Al-Sensessi, the most "democratic emir", crowned as Idris I., as the king.

Back in 1921, the British, on the basis of three Ottoman provinces, created a separate state of Iraq, setting Amir Faisal on the throne. 14 July 1958 year in Iraq there was a military coup. King Faisal II with the whole family and members of the government was shot, and the dictator was Colonel Abdel Kerim Kasem.

Subsequently, no less than 1970 military coups took place in Syria and Iraq before the start of the 20s, until Hafez al-Asad came to power in Syria in 1970, and after five years in Iraq, Saddam Hussein seized power.

So, by the beginning of the twenty-first century, there were three strong dictators in Libya, Syria and Iraq. No human rights were respected there. But then, just as now, there could be no other form of government guaranteeing the preservation of not only territorial integrity, but also the very existence of states. In all three states there was neither democracy nor democratic politicians - they simply had nowhere to take. Without exception, the coups were committed by the military. As the great Mao said, “a rifle gives rise to power!”.

All three strong and independent dictators did not fit into the American concept of a unipolar world. They were decided to remove. History and the mentality of Eastern peoples in the United States do not know not only politicians, but also professors of history.

It’s one thing to make a rose revolution in Georgia in 2003, replacing Shevardnadze’s operetta regime with an even more comical Mishiko Saakashvili, and quite another to stir up the wasp nest in the Middle East. In Libya and Iraq, dictators were killed, but instead of an era of democracy, an endless civil war of all against all began with the predominance of Islamic extremists.

In Syria, the Americans and the French initiated a civil war. There is no front line in this war. And competent Western military experts map of Syria is a small mosaic of dots of different colors, corresponding to certain groups.

Take at least the Syrian and Iraqi Kurds. They want to be independent. Their old saying goes: "Kurds only love the mountains." Indeed, the independence of the Kurds is opposed by all the players in the Middle East - the governments in Baghdad and Damascus, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, the oil emirates, etc. Supports the Kurds only Israel. In the case of the collapse of Syria, Tel Aviv loses a strong potential enemy and finally annexes the Golan Heights.

For selfish purposes, Ankara goes to a temporary alliance with the Iraqi Kurds, hoping to incite them against the Syrian and Turkish tribesmen. In the future, the union of Erbil (the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan) and Ankara could lead to a deal: the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan in exchange for helping Turkey create a puppet state in northern Syria.

Personally, I am sure that if the crafty guarantees Iraqi Kurds independence, they will go into battle with shouts: “Shaitan Akbar!”

For the taming of little animals

It seems that the White House does not know what to do with the Middle East. To send an army of half a million soldiers there - get back thousands of "two hundred" and get bogged down in the war for several years. Without a ground operation, destroy the Islamic State (IS is a banned organization in the Russian Federation) by forces aviation physically impossible by either the US Air Force and Navy, or the Russian Air Force. The White House categorically refuses to take Assad's army, Shiite militias in Iraq, as well as the regular army of Iran, into the allies.

The forces of the so-called democratic opposition are extremely weak. Yes, and they represent not a single army, but scattered detachments of Sunni field commanders. All these Gretsiany Taurian thousands kill not only prisoners, but also civilians, regularly use suicide bombers and in other acts they differ little from the militants of the IS.

We note that the Americans bomb Syria only from the northeast from Turkish airfields or from the southeast from aircraft carriers located in the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf, as well as from land airfields in Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the oil emirates. And the facade of Syria from the Mediterranean Sea is reliably covered by the defense of Syria, and now by the Russian C-400 complexes.

Therefore, the Americans conceived to introduce their divisions into the northeastern corner of Syria through Turkish territory. The White House has been flirting with the leadership of Syrian Kurds for many weeks, and a couple of American airfields are building on their territory. I emphasize - on the territory of a sovereign state, without asking a legitimate government. How does Ankara look at this? Koso ... Personally, I am sure that this option threatens the Americans with a tremendous embarrassment and cleaner flight from Vietnam. Of course, except for the option of action in alliance with Russia.

And why did we get into Syria? The stay of Russian troops there is absolutely perfect from the point of view of international law. They are there at the request of the legitimate Syrian government. Let me remind you that since the end of the 1950-ies, Syria was a permanent ally of the USSR, and then the Russian Federation.

On the other hand, Russian troops in Syria protect the state interests of Russia. IG management with 2014, has repeatedly threatened to invade the territory of the Russian Federation. In the ranks of the IG fighting over 3 thousand militants - citizens of the Russian Federation, who hope after the victory in the Middle East to continue the war in Russia. As the famous expert Yevgeny Satanovsky put it figuratively, “all the flies gathered on one heap of manure in Syria, and there they are easier to slam.” But can the Russian VKS together with the Syrian army slam the IG? In my opinion, this is completely unrealistic. So why send the troops?

Here a literate answer is impossible, if not to discard the last fig leaf of political correctness. The Russian bear, having entered Syria, with its right paw, took the American eagle by the scruff of its neck, and its left paw, a dozen European little animals. Now he can do whatever he wants with them, and they with him nothing. At least in Syria.

WAR TO ALL THE HUNTING


Admiral Nelson's favorite saying was: "Know how to count." So bend your fingers, gentlemen. Imagine the worst and most unlikely. Our troops are leaving Syria. So what? The government will announce that all tasks have been completed, and the people everywhere will meet heroes with the orchestra.

Suppose an equally incredible option: in Damascus, an armed coup, Assad was killed. So what? In Nizhny Novgorod, mourning will be declared, and weeping women running around their hair will run along the banks of the Volga and the Oka?

May the territorial status quo be preserved in the Middle East. Then, in the village of Prostokvashino, the native functionary of the ruling party will announce at the gathering: “Contrary to the machinations of American imperialism, the principles of international law triumphed!” And if Syria and Iraq finally fall apart? He is also there: “Contrary to the machinations of American imperialism, the will of the people triumphed! The borders imposed by the imperialists in the twentieth century have collapsed! ”

So the bear skin, nothing will penetrate. And the bear itself, even if it does not use claws and teeth, can arrange the United States Vietnam squared, and turn the EU countries into a Caliphate Europe.

Russia supplies the most perfect and efficient weapons can ensure the victory of any party to the conflict and destroy the plans of the United States, Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern players. Well, except for the supply of weapons can send thousands of instructors. Full "coverage" of events from building dugouts to secret talks between the leaders of countries - players in the Middle East in real time using Russian space vehicles, radio interception, drones, etc. will play a huge role.

Then why send troops to Syria? Is not it better to limit the supply of weapons? Alas, it is impossible! The USA, even in conditions of equality in armaments with the USSR, periodically acted as gangsters from the main road, completely ignoring international law. So, in 1962, without a declaration of war, they imposed a blockade on Cuba. In 1973, mined approaches to Haiphong and other Vietnamese ports, etc.

And with the advent of our VKS in Syria, it becomes more difficult to interrupt Russian arms shipments to the Middle East. And to put it bluntly, it is impossible without the risk of local or total nuclear war. Our C-400 and ships in the Eastern Mediterranean guarantee the delivery of military cargo to the ports of Syria.

Recall that Boris Yeltsin almost destroyed the domestic merchant fleet in the early 1990s. And only thanks to the war in Syria managed to form quite effective flotilla transport ships, which can transport weapons from the Baltic ports and the Black Sea for an entire army.

In addition, Russia has a “back door” to the Middle East through the Caspian Sea, Iran and Iraq. There, under the reliable protection of the Caspian military flotilla, an air bridge has been operating for many weeks. And the Russian transport ships in the Caspian are able to transfer any weapons and in any quantities across the Caspian Sea, and if necessary - a “limited contingent”.

Now the White House has three ways out of the Middle East crisis. The first is an alliance with Russia (at the level of 1941 — 1944). Only then does a real chance appear to eliminate the IS and establish real peace in the Middle East within six months.

The second way is a massive invasion of ground forces, for example, in northeastern Syria, populated by Kurds. For Russia, this is the most preferable option, since the final of such an adventure is obvious.

The third way is to conduct the air war as before. This will postpone the defeat of the West for several months and even years. Washington does not care that every month of the war generates tens of thousands of refugees who hope to get to Europe.

It is worth noting that the majority of players in the Middle East think in terms of "pan or lost," that is, either peace on my terms, or the continuation of war. For example, for Assad, the continuation of the war is clearly beneficial. While his troops capture small pieces of territory, that is, he wins on points. The world today is fraught for him with a very likely resignation.

Immediate peace for the Syrian Kurds - defeat, they will not receive independence now. The continuation of the war for them - the path to independence. The world now will give nothing to either Saudi Arabia or Iran. And the expansion of war gives both countries tremendous chances of spreading their influence, and so on. The same can be said about Turkey, Qatar and others.

Well, bear any option "on the drum." Demonstration of his military equipment sharply increased the merchantability of this in the huge world arms market. It seems that “dynamic advertising” pays for itself. Well, bear the bear, he namyat sides can.
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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 6 February 2016 18: 36 New
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    The mentality of the inhabitants of the Middle East is completely different. They lived under the dictatorship of the Turks in the Ottoman Empire, then they were appointed other dictators. Then they were forced to "democracy" by military force. They live as they were brought up. Democracy must be taught in an evolutionary way ...
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 6 February 2016 18: 38 New
      +4
      Quote: oleg-gr
      The mentality of the inhabitants of the Middle East is completely different.

      And the mentality of Israel too .. alas!
      1. svp67
        svp67 6 February 2016 18: 46 New
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        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        And the mentality of Israel too .. alas!

        They also seem to live the same way there ... apparently they breathed in the air there.
        1. Dryuya2
          Dryuya2 6 February 2016 19: 37 New
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          with courage - http://otvaga2004.mybb.ru/viewtopic.php?id=1360&p=25
          write
          Assad’s mother died, Anisa Mahlouf al-Assad.
          The Kingdom of heaven.
          Thanks for the son - the WARRIOR.
    2. olegfbi
      olegfbi 6 February 2016 18: 49 New
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      Democracy must be taught in an evolutionary way ...

      Let me disagree with you!
      There is no need to teach anyone at all to anything, including "democracy"! Training \ coercion = "exclusivity" of amers. am
      Each lifestyle has its own way of life, and accordingly its own concept of freedom and democracy!
      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 6 February 2016 18: 57 New
        +9
        Quote: olegfbi
        Each lifestyle has its own way of life, and accordingly its own concept of freedom and democracy!

        It’s right and don’t have to go to them with your charter, let them live as they like:
        1. olegfbi
          olegfbi 6 February 2016 19: 45 New
          +4
          And what is the relationship to democracy, the monarchy, or even to what form of state. device has the photo you provided?
          1. vovanpain
            vovanpain 6 February 2016 20: 52 New
            10
            Quote: olegfbi
            And what is the relationship to democracy, the monarchy, or even to what form of state. device has the photo you provided?

            Oleg, and you carefully read the comment of Alexander’s colleague, you don’t have to climb to the east with your charter, they treat your teeth there with a stone and a chisel and let them treat and do not need to teach them to all democracies. hi
        2. miru mir
          miru mir 6 February 2016 23: 10 New
          +4

          Dental clinic.
      2. Ami du peuple
        Ami du peuple 6 February 2016 18: 58 New
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        Quote: olegfbi
        There is no need to teach anyone to do anything at all, including "democracy"

        Moreover, as the Americans understand it, "we will drive humanity with an iron hand к счастью into democracy. "Although what kind of democracy is this? Comrade Stalin correctly said

        Why was it necessary to break the socio-political relations that have developed over the centuries (in the form of feudal and semi-feudal oriental despotisms), and change them to some kind of mythical "power of the people"? If this people perceives their self-government only as an opportunity to rob with impunity? "There is no better happiness for the rabble - to throw off the ancient dynasty, on the wreckage of autocracy, writing -" Akhmat was here "(c)
      3. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 6 February 2016 19: 08 New
        +2
        Quote: olegfbi
        Each lifestyle has its own way of life, and accordingly its own concept of freedom and democracy!
        If this rule was observed, the peoples of the earth would live in peace with each other. But, unfortunately, any country or culture always seeks to impose its view of the world on its neighbors or simply expand the space for its beloved ones by means of war. The West is united and has stronger powers. "carrots and whips" than the countries of the Arab East. Therefore, he dictates his will, where he introduces "democracy", where the international contingents. It would be the other way around, then the East would carry the fire of its "democracy" to Europe and America, in the same way would also play off.
        1. olegfbi
          olegfbi 6 February 2016 19: 33 New
          +1

          If this rule were observed, the peoples of the earth would live in peace with each other

          Strictly speaking, not quite so.
          Just conflicts / wars would have a more pronounced local character and the Powers would not threaten each other with a nuclear club!
          If you look at the history of Russia, even expansion, we will see that in general no people were plunged into chaos \ war, etc., was not defeated in their rights, including religious ones!
      4. Inok10
        Inok10 6 February 2016 21: 45 New
        +2
        Quote: olegfbi
        Let me disagree with you!
        There is no need to teach anyone at all to anything, including "democracy"! Training \ coercion = "exclusivity" of amers.
        Each lifestyle has its own way of life, and accordingly its own concept of freedom and democracy!

        ... I agree and support ... hi ... all the more so, in the first paragraph of the article, the author demonstrates a complete lack of knowledge of history ... The Assyrian kingdom that existed 600 years before Christ is not known to him, like the Aramaic people with their Aramaic language that Jesus spoke, and now the descendants of those Assyrians continue to speak and reside in those places Maalul in Syria is a prime example .. hi ... and then in order ...
        Dictators and Democracy:
        Iraq - Saddam Hussein
        Iran - Ayatola Khomeini
        Libya - Muammar Gaddafi
        Egypt - Hosni Mubarak
        Syria - Assad
        ... do not touch Yemen, Tunisia, Sudan ... these are already particulars ... except for Yemen, but more about it later ... and so, what unites: .. the above dictatorships? ... isn't it possible and willing to resist the global hegemony of mattress covers? ... by no means, not politically, not geographically ... this little box just opens ... all of them are somehow related to oil production and the main oil logistics routes in the region ... that's all ... this is an economic component. .. that is, the "headache" of the main partners of mattress makers in the Middle East .. Saudi Arabia and Co. - "Consortium Gas Station" consisting of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Qatar ... by the way, Qatar is also a gas field South Pars in the Persian Gulf ... You say democracy, the fight against totalitarianism ?! ... everything is much simpler ... destroyed, Iraq and Libya - the market shares went to the Gas Station Consortium, a misfire in Egypt, Iran and Syria ... seems to be a trifle, but:
        - Egypt - Suez Canal, the shortest sea route to Europe
        - Iran is one of the significant players in the oil field of the Middle East and plus the owner of the Strait of Hormuz, exit from the Persian Gulf
        - Syria - the shortest land route to the Mediterranean and Turkey
        ... just look at the map (attached) ... it seems what does Russia have to do with it ... everything is simple, let the Gas Station Consortium drag oil and gas pipelines to the Mediterranean and Turkey, and they will ensure themselves the minimum logistics costs, with the minimum production cost and full control over the oil and gas market in Europe, including Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan there ... Europe is a welcome, cheap gas and oil .. and why Yemen ... it's simple, Iran is getting out of sanctions, and the Strait of Hormuz can be blocked. .. hi
      5. Delink
        Delink 6 February 2016 21: 54 New
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        Each lifestyle has its own way of life, and accordingly its own concept of freedom and democracy!


        And who will allow them their lifestyle?
        This requires at least a multipolar world and the absence of hegemon.
        They will need another 100 years for this
    3. poquello
      poquello 6 February 2016 19: 02 New
      +1
      Quote: oleg-gr
      The mentality of the inhabitants of the Middle East is completely different. They lived under the dictatorship of the Turks in the Ottoman Empire, then they were appointed other dictators. Then they were forced to "democracy" by military force. They live as they were brought up. Democracy must be taught in an evolutionary way ...

      and the Ottomans initially received a piece of land at the mercy of the Seljuk Turks, no, this is more likely not a dictatorship, but rather in the characteristics of nationalities and people. For example, “friends of Europe” started to flee to Europe, it is clear on what “peculiarly educated society” the orange revolutionaries relied on.
      1. -Traveller-
        -Traveller- 7 February 2016 18: 02 New
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        the Ottomans are the Seljuks
    4. vovanpain
      vovanpain 6 February 2016 20: 19 New
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      Quote: oleg-gr
      They live as brought up. Democracy must be taught in an evolutionary way ...

      It’s just that they live as they were brought up, and not as mattresses and arrogant Saxons or some other European hamsters want to. And nobody can accustom them to any democracies, there is a different world, another civilization, exceptional striped-eared bruises can not understand this, they got out of Vietnam and did not learn any lessons. The rights of Comrade Sukhov Vostok are delicate, and the mattresses are used to acting like an elephant in a china shop. hi
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      2. Tatyana
        Tatyana 6 February 2016 22: 03 New
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        vovanpain
        mattresses are used to acting like an elephant in a china shop.

        However, it should be noted that this “do-it-yourself bench” is always NOT in the USA for mattresses!
        In other words, mattress covers also do not go beyond the scope of their historical Anglo-Saxon “civilization” —these are hereditary maritime business raiders, sea robbers, sea pirates. This is the historical roots of the American "civilized" "democracy", which the Americans cannot refuse at all - until there is a retaliatory strike on their territory for shelter and residence - in the United States.
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    5. Kirill
      Kirill 6 February 2016 20: 32 New
      +2
      I wonder where you saw democracy? Probably only in Switzerland, and even then it is doubtful.
      1. Alexey Lobanov
        Alexey Lobanov 6 February 2016 20: 55 New
        +3
        Quote: kirill
        I wonder where you saw democracy? Probably only in Switzerland, and even then it is doubtful.

        Well, in Switzerland - unobtrusive banking DICTATURE, the most that neither is ... laughing
        Try to blather too much there.
        The last true democracy on the planet was at the time of the Novgorod Eve.
        Although, the stale (independent) is the beacon of a new democracy, when a small number of people "gently" inspire the majority of the party's policy. laughing
    6. hartlend
      hartlend 6 February 2016 20: 54 New
      +4
      The author of the article slipped the chronology in too short a period of time, and everyone bought it, took it at face value. For example, when did Turkey appear at all? Byzantium was, Constantinople or Constantinople, but what came before them? Nobody heard about the Turks. Or the names of the states of Iran, Iraq, from Iria. Previously, white people lived there, but they are rubbing at us that some British have created, they don’t even know such words. Further, the author sets out his assessment of what is happening, this is his version. You can evaluate, based on the facts, and if they are not enough or they are not correct, accordingly, such estimates will be. About democracy is a separate issue. There is a version (on the network too) that the demos are not the whole nation, but patricians, for example, who have the right to vote. In addition to them there is also a plebos. Then the most democratic country is Latvia. Should I be accustomed to such a democracy? About the nations of the world, who came from whom and which genotype has been written by George Sidorov, in YouTube, too.
    7. APASUS
      APASUS 6 February 2016 21: 03 New
      +2
      Quote: oleg-gr
      Democracy must be taught in an evolutionary way ...

      And why should they be accustomed to democracy?
      For centuries, the way of life has been built, the culture of peoples, the management system, and then the BAM! they live wrong? And how right? Is democracy an ideal system?
      How to explain the inhabitants of the Middle East the values ​​of this system.
      Afghanistan officially lives in the Stone Age and there are more happy people there than can be found on the streets of Berlin! Why should someone decide for which Afghans they live under. The Western attempts to bring everything to one denominator have nothing to do with democracy or human rights, so carefully declared in the West!
      The attempts of the West to fix everything in the world have only financial roots, the relative well-being of the occupied countries is connected more with their strategic importance, the presence of minerals in the bowels, but not with the brought democracy (Japan). Moreover, in some non-democratic countries the standard of living was much higher Democratic (Libya)
    8. redeemer
      redeemer 6 February 2016 21: 27 New
      +2
      where did you get that you know the story? are you really not impressed by the fact that the story of 50 years ago is already distorted beyond recognition. and you think that the history taught has at least something in common with reality. you are wrong. real history has nothing to do with what is being taught. NOTHING ... she is fundamentally different. it’s even impossible to imagine what the human past really is. But there are many facts that make you think. it’s even amazing how people can be so blind. Although it’s surprising, because everyone is in such a hurry to grow up ... and as soon as they consider themselves adults, from the height of their pride they start to judge everyone and everything ... an exciting lesson ...
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 6 February 2016 22: 47 New
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        Quote: redeemer
        where did you get that you know the story?

        I understand this appeal to me?
        History is such a contradictory science and has been rewritten so many times that arguing will probably be useless. It is possible to define certain milestones, but again everything rests on the attitude of contemporaries to one or another event.
        Quote: redeemer
        If you are not impressed with the fact that the story of 50 years ago is already distorted beyond recognition. and you think that the history taught has at least something in common with reality. you are wrong. real history has nothing to do with what is being taught

        I don’t even doubt it, I just compare the events in which I participated and was a witness and I am already disgusted. Civilization goes to the abyss by leaps and bounds, money and perverts rule everything, for the sake of sin. People have forgotten God, they have stopped respecting the elderly, loving children and all this for some 50 years.
        Quote: redeemer
        It’s amazing how people can be so blind. Although it’s surprising, because everyone is in such a hurry to grow up ... and as soon as they consider themselves adults, from the height of their pride they start to judge everyone and everything ... a fascinating activity

        Let me say that I’m not trying to judge what I don’t know. But about the way of life of the Afghans, I had to go to school.
    9. LÄRZ
      LÄRZ 6 February 2016 21: 29 New
      +3
      Quote: oleg-gr
      They live as brought up. Democracy must be taught in an evolutionary way ...

      Moreover, these "monarchs" and "kings", even 50-70 years ago, were "nobody", because their closest ancestors picked up dung for camels, and now they are targeting the "managers" of the world. And the fuck ... won't the face crack?
  2. svp67
    svp67 6 February 2016 18: 37 New
    +5
    An immediate peace for the Syrian Kurds is a defeat, they will not receive independence now.
    And if the war continues, how many chances are there that they will receive it in full, and not be limited to autonomy?
    Well, the bear is any option "on the drum."
    Yes, no, only the victory option suits us ...
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 6 February 2016 18: 44 New
      +2
      Quote: svp67
      An immediate peace for the Syrian Kurds is a defeat, they will not receive independence now.
      And if the war continues, how many chances are there that they will receive it in full, and not be limited to autonomy?

      Very little .. War in the Middle for a long time! It is beneficial to the United States and Israel! There you need to water first these ...
      1. svp67
        svp67 6 February 2016 18: 53 New
        +1
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        Very little .

        And I have the same opinion
        Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
        It is beneficial to the United States and Israel! There you need to water first these ...

        No, here you probably have to start with Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia ...
  3. poquello
    poquello 6 February 2016 18: 43 New
    +1
    Russia helps Syria in the fight against ISIS, if Russia, as the bourgeois claim, will help Assad in general with what remains of the "friends of Syria" except for the worn out weapons.
  4. ImPerts
    ImPerts 6 February 2016 18: 47 New
    +3
    The alignment is such that we must wait for the further development of the situation. To do what is profitable for us and then act like in a joke with young and old bulls, who had a different approach to how to get to know and speed this with cows and further pastime good
    1. tol100v
      tol100v 6 February 2016 19: 01 New
      +1
      Quote: ImPerts
      Do what is beneficial for us and do

      Here, here: slowly go down to the valley and .........! Although it is not an option for resolving issues in BV. So many interests and contradictions are tied up and twisted in this region that even a hundred or two of even the wisest advice and recipes will not be able to solve the accumulated self-economic, religious-ethnic and military-political problems! So a descent into the valley would be a simple walk, but unfortunately it will not help!
  5. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 6 February 2016 18: 48 New
    +4
    Turkish women are waiting for Russian soldiers ...
    1. ALABAY45
      ALABAY45 6 February 2016 18: 55 New
      +6
      Alas! But, our aunts, large-sized, as they rode, they go, or, go, through the "brotherly" Belarus ... In principle, to hell with them so that they die ... Children, sorry ...
      1. Remy_Argo
        Remy_Argo 6 February 2016 19: 03 New
        +3
        Well, they also come to us ... rotation laughing
        1. ALABAY45
          ALABAY45 6 February 2016 19: 14 New
          +3
          Boxers, Katya, boxers ... belay They receive a passport not only so that everyone, few people get it, so that there is one passport for all, but that one, a "boxing passport", is definitely ... belay Russia is a haven for aging boxers and actors!
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 6 February 2016 19: 17 New
            +3
            Quote: ALABAY45
            Russia is a haven for aging boxers and actors!

            People should grab even right now for old age. laughing
          2. tol100v
            tol100v 6 February 2016 19: 20 New
            +3
            Quote: ALABAY45
            Russia is a haven for aging boxers and actors!

            Russia is a tax evasion point for them, that's all their love!
            1. poquello
              poquello 6 February 2016 20: 37 New
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              Quote: Tol100v
              Quote: ALABAY45
              Russia is a haven for aging boxers and actors!

              Russia is a tax evasion point for them, that's all their love!

              where is all love where is all dislike
              In the United States last year, 4729 people renounced their American citizenship or long-term residence permit. This is stated in a document issued by the US Department of the Treasury.
              "More and more Americans believe that having an American passport or a long-term residence permit is not worth the hassle and the need to put up with US tax law," Andrew Mitchell, an international lawyer, quoted WSJ as saying.

              Original news RT in Russian:
              https://russian.rt.com/article/146810
    2. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 6 February 2016 19: 12 New
      +7
      The girl is beautiful, but I did not like the "about the soldier".
      1. MIKHALYCH1
        MIKHALYCH1 6 February 2016 19: 20 New
        +1
        Quote: Thunderbolt
        The girl is beautiful, but I did not like the "about the soldier".

        Me too ... But you have to! soldier
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 6 February 2016 19: 32 New
          +5
          On January 19, 1945, Stalin signed a special order “On Conduct on the Territory of Germany,” which read: “Officers and Red Army! We go to the country of the enemy. Everyone should keep his composure, everyone should be brave ... The remaining population in the conquered areas, regardless of whether German, Czech, Polish, should not be subjected to violence. Perpetrators will be punished under the laws of war. In the conquered territory, sexual relations with the female sex are not allowed. For violence and rape, the perpetrators will be shot. ”
        2. armata37
          armata37 6 February 2016 19: 47 New
          +3
          Nobody will have to! I don’t see anything beautiful for myself in Turkish women. We have our own, no one else's.
      2. Yura
        Yura 6 February 2016 19: 22 New
        +4
        Quote: Thunderbolt
        but "about the soldier" I did not like

        And to me, and the joke itself stinks.
      3. ALABAY45
        ALABAY45 6 February 2016 19: 25 New
        +7
        I don’t agree, regarding the girl! In 10-15 years, her mustache will grow, her hair on the mammary glands and the upcoming expenses for new models of female epilators will start to grow. And, behold, a Russian woman, using my example, you’ll slap your ass and catch it from the rebound dodge! good Well, I’m living like that ..
  6. izya top
    izya top 6 February 2016 18: 51 New
    +5
    Whether we like it or not, Libya, Syria and Iraq are states artificially created by the Western powers. About 100 years ago, they were all part of the Ottoman Empire.
    after the Union, how many never existed "states" were formed? and all with a damn ancient history what
    1. Rurikovich
      Rurikovich 6 February 2016 19: 04 New
      +5
      laughing Well, at least we didn’t dig out the Black Sea, and there are different proto ... there are no bulbs in our textbooks laughing laughing laughing
      And from the point of view of history, such as imposed by "pamyarkouns" ON is not so old. Only 3-4 hundred years old ... Like the Polotsk and Turov principality from the Kievan Rus? You also need to prove it. Who knows what Mueller and Schlözer invented there in their time what So don’t need all to fit one comb wink
      And the problems of the great protoucurs are generally from the competence of psychiatrists request lol
      hi
      1. tol100v
        tol100v 6 February 2016 19: 24 New
        +2
        Quote: Rurikovich
        And in terms of history,

        And from this point of view, the SGA is generally unclear what. Either a bunch of gangster rabble from around the world, or something else!
  7. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 6 February 2016 19: 01 New
    +8
    Any people want to live in peace. Refugees lived much better than we do. If God forbid we have such conditions, then we will remain in place, that is, at home, 99 percent, we will fight for our house with all without sparing our lives It’s already been so. The military is the defender of his family. I think there’s nothing to add here. Russia is the country. The Protector of many European countries. Refugees go to fight for your house and do not beg for alms.
  8. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 6 February 2016 19: 08 New
    +4
    Quote: svp67
    No, here you probably have to start with Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia

    That's right .... First shoot mongrels! And then deal with the owner, directly! hi I think it will be so .. (all Putin support)))
    1. Asadullah
      Asadullah 6 February 2016 19: 28 New
      +4
      Mikhalych! Yes, you don’t know what it really was! Such a dialogue:

      - Volodya! Send me to Syria! Immediately!
      - Fedya! We need Arabs still alive, who will pump oil.
  9. LÄRZ
    LÄRZ 6 February 2016 19: 10 New
    +4
    I am terribly sorry, but I have not been here for a long time, and now it would be desirable to know: And who and how sees the Middle East problem in the light of its real "settlement"? This is how to understand: "Each sister has an earring"?
    1. Artem shlykov
      Artem shlykov 6 February 2016 19: 28 New
      +7
      There is no single recipe for resolving the Middle East conflict, because there it is impossible to agree with anyone and about anything. All promises and understandings are broken unilaterally. About East - Sneaky wisdom is not even necessary to say. Eastern greed and greed will be one hundred times better than European.
    2. cap
      cap 6 February 2016 19: 41 New
      +2
      [quote = LÄRZ] I'm terribly sorry, but I'm not here for a long time, and it would be desirable to know: Who and how sees the Middle East problem in the light of its actual "settlement"? This is how to understand: "Each sister has an earring"? [/ Quot

      First things first, disperse this kennel. "... every dog ​​in the kennel barks less in the yard."
      How to deal with "friends of Syria" let the new (old) leadership of the country decide.
      Leave there the entire military and naval component by reinforcing multiple. Otherwise they will not respect, and in general, so as not to rock the boat. Further in the setting.
      Something like that.
  10. Abakan
    Abakan 6 February 2016 19: 15 New
    +4
    I am glad that I am a BEAR !!!! I was lucky to be born in RUSSIA soldier
    ))))
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 6 February 2016 19: 25 New
      +4
      Quote: Abakan
      I am glad that I am a BEAR !!!! I was lucky to be born in RUSSIA soldier
      ))))

      And we are so ... Stubborn and unpredictable!
      wink
    2. -Traveller-
      -Traveller- 7 February 2016 18: 10 New
      +1
      Quote: Abakan
      I am glad that I am a BEAR

      it’s quite a gun, Medvephilia rolls over.
      1. Tatyana
        Tatyana 8 February 2016 01: 02 New
        0
        -Traveller-
        Quote: Abakan
        I am glad that I am a BEAR

        it’s quite a gun, Medvephilia rolls over.

        Dear!
        I am delighted with you! laughing
        You certainly will not get bored! drinks

        From me -Traveller- 100 pluses beyond the limits. good
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  11. Asadullah
    Asadullah 6 February 2016 19: 22 New
    +7
    Unfortunately, the article is not conducive to discussion. Brief overview of news headlines and ill-conceived conclusions. The same short ones. Moreover, there are fantastic scenarios of front-line clashes between the Kurds ... Do not forget that apart from the interests of Russia, there are a good dozen other interests in this region, which should also be taken into account. Perhaps even a priority. There can be no question of some kind of "eastern campaign" of the Russian Armed Forces, this war has put the destruction of entire peoples and confessions on the edge, and it is they who should be the bread of the war. Russia has enough weapons and training. There are enough contractors already. Today the military registration and enlistment offices are already besieging crowds of former specialists, asking to go to Syria, and this stream will not dry up, for the Russian is a warrior in the first place. And the second. But to introduce there even a corps formed from volunteers is stupid. You will immediately become a bone of contention. The West does not lose there, it has long since lost, giving way to the Arab monarchies. They are the ones who must fall in this war. The destruction of all Arab monarchies, physically, together with all possible heirs and successors, is the recipe for peace in the BW. For peace and prosperity. All radical movements are instantly bankrupt, and interfaith friendship will begin to live in the age of the renaissance. There is no disagreement among these poor, and in many respects decent people who have not changed their way of life for over a thousand years. They were robbed and killed all this time. Or alien conquerors or their own. Put the lighting poles in Riyadh to work, hold the royal family by the neck, and the ulcer in the Middle East will heal.
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 6 February 2016 19: 36 New
      0
      Quote: Asadullah
      Unfortunately, the article is not conducive to discussion. Brief overview of news headlines and ill-conceived conclusions. The same short ones. Moreover, there are fantastic scenarios of front-line clashes between the Kurds ... Do not forget that apart from the interests of Russia, there are a good dozen other interests in this region, which should also be taken into account. Perhaps even a priority. There can be no question of some kind of "eastern campaign" of the Russian Armed Forces, this war has put the destruction of entire peoples and confessions on the edge, and it is they who should be the bread of the war. Russia has enough weapons and training. There are enough contractors already. Today the military registration and enlistment offices are already besieging crowds of former specialists, asking to go to Syria, and this stream will not dry up, for the Russian is a warrior in the first place. And the second. But to introduce there even a corps formed from volunteers is stupid. You will immediately become a bone of contention. The West does not lose there, it has long since lost, giving way to the Arab monarchies. They are the ones who must fall in this war. The destruction of all Arab monarchies, physically, together with all possible heirs and successors, is the recipe for peace in the BW. For peace and prosperity. All radical movements are instantly bankrupt, and interfaith friendship will begin to live in the age of the renaissance. There is no disagreement among these poor, and in many respects decent people who have not changed their way of life for over a thousand years. They were robbed and killed all this time. Or alien conquerors or their own. Put the lighting poles in Riyadh to work, hold the royal family by the neck, and the ulcer in the Middle East will heal.

      Good analytics! Of course, I can’t write .... But I’ll briefly say.
      Russia is not casual in the center of BV climbed! We have a great experience here! (to Israel, the United States and Turkey))))) We will understand. if the devils will not interfere!
  12. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 6 February 2016 19: 26 New
    +2
    The "dictators" in Libya, Syria and Iraq, oddly enough, created quite tolerable living conditions for the population, high-quality and free medicine, the people had a future-author, you contradict yourself - "why did we GET INTO Syria?", And "our presence there it is necessary "- everything is confused with you, and my minus for your contradictions, be able to clearly adhere to the position you have chosen, and do not wag like in a frying pan.
  13. alone
    alone 6 February 2016 19: 26 New
    +4
    The Middle East lives in confrontation


    As if the author made a discovery))) The confrontation there is already going on with small interruptions already as an eternity)))))
    I opened my eyes to this world, there was no silence. And there won’t be until the personal interests of the leaders of the Middle East countries prevail over the interests of the state. And the fingers of others will not be removed from there yet.
  14. Michael67
    Michael67 6 February 2016 19: 30 New
    +2
    Difficult situation. Russia fit into Syria. I think that we need to go very carefully beyond these obligations. As they rightly said, it is painfully many mixed interests there. Mad from the IG does not count. Crazy for recycling.
  15. Masya masya
    Masya masya 6 February 2016 19: 30 New
    +7
    "Damascus will perceive any external military intervention in the internal Syrian conflict as aggression," said Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem.
    "Any military intervention without the consent of the SAR government will be perceived as aggression. In this connection, the invaders will have to be sent home in coffins," the minister said.

    RIA Novosti http://ria.ru/syria_chronicle/20160206/1370556799.html#ixzz3zPEUFJMI
    Words not of a boy but of a husband
    1. Artem shlykov
      Artem shlykov 6 February 2016 19: 45 New
      +1
      Words pick up the road for peace, and in war conditions they tell the truth.
  16. tehnokrat
    tehnokrat 6 February 2016 19: 41 New
    +2
    Article "+", thanks to the author.
    Somewhat foggy and vague, however, this is the author’s right. Yes, the situation, apparently, is just that.

    Colleagues, I propose the article just read by E.Ya. Satanovsky (the theme is, as it were, Yemen, but not only about it)
    EvgenyYanych nevertheless gives more details in the analysis. I will quote:
    "... the presence of Saudi and Emirati troops on Syrian territory will cause a sharply negative reaction in Tehran. This step may well provoke the introduction of regular Iranian troops into Syria, which will lead to the de facto division of the country and the transition of the conflict into a regional war."

    Not in contrast to A.B. Shirokorada, still recommend:
    Read more: http://vpk-news.ru/articles/28999
    1. tehnokrat
      tehnokrat 6 February 2016 20: 14 New
      +1
      Here I am! The article by E. Ya. Satanovsky "Royal Showdown" was here 3 days ago
      laid out, and I blinked!
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  18. uge.garik
    uge.garik 6 February 2016 19: 56 New
    +1
    ... the Yankees and the Anglo-Saxons have achieved the main thing, they have their own ... there are resources, but there are also natives ... natives wet each other, territories and resources smoothly pass into the possession of masses-entertainers ... - old as the World, but it works. .. and everything at work ..! Well, We are for the truth and for our own security ..!
  19. potalevl
    potalevl 6 February 2016 19: 58 New
    +2
    The Syrian government announced that anyone who sets foot with arms on the land of this state without the permission of the government of this country is an aggressor and his coffin and white slippers are waiting for him. Russia and Iran are the guarantors of these statements, and therefore we are witnessing a long-running provocation from Turkey and mattress mats, in the form of shelling of Syrian territory, pouring out slops of lies in the media on Russia and other turbidity. Because the adversaries understand that they can get shocked at the most. But this is not the first time for us. The enemy will be defeated, victory will be ours. I would like to live up to the time when the inscription will be written on the ruins of Fashington - "Satisfied with the ruins of Fashington." Something like this.
  20. 31rus
    31rus 6 February 2016 20: 13 New
    +2
    Dear, the analytics just doesn’t smell like an excursion into the past, the important player is not taken into account: Turkey and all further conclusions on the action of Sasha, they are based on Turkey’s actions now, of course, the USA has a backup option and not one, but Turkish The direction is now the main one. I also think that in the event of a military confrontation with Turkey, the Saudis are very likely to get involved, another question is who benefits Israel first of all, since competitors, in the form of the Islamic world, losing Turkey as an ally Israel will survive, although it will lose a good ally in the confrontation of Iran, the USA is not much more complicated here Iraq, Iran will be hindered by US policy, the Kurdish issue is rather complicated, but they don’t want to negotiate with Russia, thereby depriving themselves of political and not least important military support, which ultimately will lead US policy in the region to a standstill
    1. Yura
      Yura 6 February 2016 20: 52 New
      +1
      Quote: 31rus
      Dear, analytics just does not smell here, except for an excursion into the past,
      Analytics? Well, artificially formed states, the Ottoman Empire, then if so then about half of Europe artificially formed states. On the whole, I agree with a lot of things.
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  22. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 6 February 2016 21: 00 New
    0
    "Well, the bear doesn't mind any option. Demonstration of his military equipment has dramatically increased its sales on the huge world arms market. It seems that the" dynamic advertising "pays for itself."

    So, so sweet. So, in addition to advertising our broads, do we need anything in life? Small and petty. Scholars, with a capital C.
  23. faterdom
    faterdom 6 February 2016 21: 32 New
    +3
    Still harder.
    But the goal is clear: such shrines of Islam as Mecca and Medina should be justly and correctly managed by the presidential plenipotentiary for the BVFO R. Kadyrov.
    He will correctly explain what a proper Muslim should be and where shaitans are found.
  24. Olegater
    Olegater 6 February 2016 23: 13 New
    0
    In my opinion, the article is purely informative, but this is my opinion. And so first we wish, according to the Orthodox custom, this Man in the photograph and also Muamor Gaddafi "the kingdom of heaven." Well, that they are Muslims, but do not deserve such a martyr's death. And BV will boil and resist the aggressor to the end. Really the "masters" of the world did not understand - just give a reason for the Muslims (start teaching them how to live as they should, ie, lesbian homosexuals, etc.) DO NOT calm down until they are driven away or torn apart. And then an article appears about the daughter of Muammar Gaddafi - Aisha. But I wish her to create partisan detachments and, firstly, to avenge her father, secondly to restore peace in Libya, and most importantly, to save herself for a good cause (so that the abomination is arrogant and mattress) could not stop (kill) her. And on the topic of BV you can talk for hours and there will be little. This is a very broad topic.
  25. Olegater
    Olegater 6 February 2016 23: 20 New
    0
    This is the leader of LIVIA.
    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 7 February 2016 03: 58 New
      0
      From it, the leader, as from 3,14 ... we have a wallet: capacity, but money is not clever to get ...

      This was the leader:
  26. warriordima
    warriordima 6 February 2016 23: 30 New
    0
    I do not agree with the author of the article, profanity reminds.
  27. yuriy55
    yuriy55 7 February 2016 03: 47 New
    0
    The Middle East lives by confrontation because, with a constantly growing population, there are no prospects for its employment. And if "hot blood" hits the head (or maybe not blood at all?), There is only one thing left - the struggle for a place in the sun ...

    Positive and correct conclusion of the article:
    Well, the bear is any option "on the drum." The demonstration of his military equipment sharply increased its sales in the huge global arms market. It seems that “dynamic advertising” pays for itself. Well, they’ll finish the bear, he can hurt his sides.

    gives the author the right to receive a well-deserved (+) ... wink
  28. Roust
    Roust 7 February 2016 08: 10 New
    0
    The Middle East - Our Patrimony! Always has been, is and will be !!! Turks and amers time to move. There is such a thing as Historical Justice.
    1. -Traveller-
      -Traveller- 7 February 2016 18: 20 New
      0
      yours who are you? Achaemenid Persians, Macedonians, Arabs, Seljuks, Mongols, Ottomans, Kyzylbashi, British?
  29. trantor
    trantor 7 February 2016 11: 29 New
    0
    Author Alexander Shirokorad

    I would say: Alexander Verkhoglyad.