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Opinion about the Battle of Aleppo: rebuke to America and the whole world (The Guardian, Great Britain)

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Opinion about the Battle of Aleppo: rebuke to America and the whole world (The Guardian, Great Britain)



Intense bombing in front of the whole world put the largest city of Syria on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe. The situation resembles the siege of Sarajevo 20 years ago.

John Kerry doesn't give up so easily. On Tuesday, in Munich, the US Secretary of State will insist on new diplomatic efforts aimed at holding Syrian peace talks. But, despite his determination, the real situation on the ground not only does not contribute to a change, but also raises ever more serious doubts about the coherence and validity of the American and Western strategies. For more than a week, the Russian Air Force has been bombing Aleppo, the rebel-held rebel leader, once the largest city in Syria, supporting the militias receiving assistance from Iran and Syrian government forces. If this strategy of a war of extermination continues, the balance of power in the Syrian civil war will change fundamentally. The negotiated solution proposed by Kerry will be untenable and will lose its power, since in Syria there will no longer be an opposition that can be represented at the negotiating table.

In fact, a humanitarian disaster in and around Aleppo should force the world to rethink the situation. In the winter cold, tens of thousands of Syrian citizens are already on the Turkish border. According to the United Nations, Aleppo, which is currently falling barrel bombs, can still 300 escape thousands of residents. It seems to these people that they know what fate awaits them if Syrian government troops take the city. In a recent UN report, the methods of torture that the Assad regime uses are called mass extermination. The city of Aleppo, which became a symbol of the uprising against the 2011 regime of the year, and in 2012, a stronghold of opposition forces, is threatened with encirclement, famine and mass slaughter.

The outcome of the Russian intervention in Syria, which lasts four months, could be a turning point in this war. But it will bring even more human suffering, which will ultimately be in the hands of the so-called "Islamic State." The very groupings that drove ISIS from Aleppo in 2013 and 2014 were today the target of the attack.

In just one week, the situation in Syria has grown from bad to terrifying. Kerry is well aware of this and is desperate to insist on negotiation. But this does not hide the gloomy circumstance that the Obama administration today sees the complete failure of its strategy. Those rebels, allegedly supported by the United States, and their allies need anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons, but nothing says that they will receive them. If nothing changes, their defeat will become only a matter of time.

Probably, at this critical moment of conflict it is no longer possible to restore order in American politics. But it is imperative that Washington publicly report for its mistakes. The “red lines” in Syria appeared and disappeared, and the result was colossal human sacrifices. And Moscow proved that it is much more consistent and persistent in its support of the Assad regime, and that the West and its allies are significantly inferior to the support of the opposition. It is also not clear what Kerry meant when he said this week that the US has other “leverage” in case diplomacy fails. According to available information, Russia has proposed to stop the March 1 bombing. But this cynical offer leaves her three weeks to seize Aleppo and achieve her goals.

The harsh reality is that the United States has very few options left because of Russia's military intervention. Because of this intervention, all the talk about creating a “no-fly zone” provided by the West in the north of Syria, which should protect civilians and insurgents, has lost all meaning. This could have been done at earlier stages of the war, but now such measures will create a risk of a more extensive military confrontation with Russia, which for obvious reasons the Obama administration cannot allow. What is happening today in Aleppo will soon be reminiscent of the siege of Sarajevo in the 1990s - but this time there’s no help waiting, and the result will be a growing refugee crisis, including in Europe. It is a symbol of the Western failure in Syria. Aleppo has already become a stain on the conscience of the UN. Now this city has turned into a stain on the reputation of the American administration, no matter how well-intentioned it may seem.
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http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/feb/10/the-guardian-view-on-the-battle-for-aleppo-a-rebuke-to-america-and-the-world
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  1. Putinets
    Putinets 13 February 2016 07: 12
    63
    Aleppo has already become a stain on the conscience of the UN

    The spot was after Yugoslavia. Now the UN has no conscience from the word at all. Look into Ban Ki's honest eyes. Something is there and say that he is not a pin @ a Soviet puppet.
    I am glad that even Russia and partly China can withstand the rest of the Security Council.
    1. Finches
      Finches 13 February 2016 07: 30
      94
      Well done guys! So the rebels of Donbass are terrorists, and the rebels in Aleppo are a moderate opposition ...? The Assad’s bloody regime and the democratic government of Ukraine ...!? The NATO bombing of Yugoslavia is a triumph of justice, and our bombing in Syria is the destruction of the people ...!? Yesterday it was true that all the journalists were corrupt, but the Anglo-Saxon journalists were all over about .... !! Journalism is a corrupt politician girl!
      1. Dmitry Volodin
        Dmitry Volodin 13 February 2016 08: 14
        +9
        And Gramm Philips from Donbas? Too corrupt? For several months he worked on the MH17 Boeing, dug up something for the West and Ukrainians were not good! hi
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 13 February 2016 08: 17
          10
          It’s a strange situation. One side,
          Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Thursday (11.02.2016/13.55/10): “... Yesterday, at XNUMX Moscow time, two attack aircraft of the US Air Force" A-XNUMX "entered the Syrian sky on the shortest course directly to Aleppo and objects in the city ... ".
          http://topwar.ru/90758-pentagon-otricaet-uchastie-v-bombardirovke-aleppo.html#co

          mment-id-5560194
          And on the other hand, it’s supposedly only about those very groups,
          who expelled ISIS from Aleppo in 2013 and 2014, today they themselves have been the target of an attack.
          The question arises. Why then did the Americans bomb them?
          It seems that the United States bombed Aleppo not just to provoke the transfer of the “black mark” to the Russian Aerospace Forces, but also in order to destroy the archives of documents exposing the participation of the United States and its partners directly in aggression against Syria in financial terms.
          Analogies suggest themselves immediately before the end of the Second World War.
          Before the immediate defeat of Berlin in 1945 from the archives of the Third Reich, 90% of all documents were destroyed - and all of them were financial contents indicating the firms, banks and corporations that collaborated and supported Hitler and Nazi Germany.
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        3. Finches
          Finches 13 February 2016 08: 22
          +8
          I’m not talking about the decency or decency of individual representatives of this profession, but I’m talking in general! Unfortunately, the facts show that in 90 cases out of a hundred, journalists write what they are ordered or allowed to write by those in power! And in this case, I do not mean loners - bloggers, but representatives of official, big journalism! hi
          1. oxana_iv
            oxana_iv 13 February 2016 10: 10
            +4
            Quote: Finches
            in 90 cases out of a hundred, journalists write what they are ordered or allowed to write by those in power!


            Such is their job))
            Representatives of the most ancient profession must shape public opinion, and, as you know, who pays, he orders music.
            I (apparently by naivety) have been worried about this question all the time: the average person hawks all these tons of journalistic compost and still has not choked ?! But to open your eyes, take a closer look, to compare a couple of facts - is it not, anyway? Do noodles comfortably fit and warm your ears?
            1. Finches
              Finches 13 February 2016 17: 24
              +1
              Good day! hi

              A priori, journalists should present facts, allowing the layman to draw his own conclusions, but even Mark Twain, in my opinion, once said: "From my own experience, I know that journalists tend to lie." This tendency in modern life began to prevail over the essence of the profession! Lies are still half the trouble, but the aggressive manner of imposing it, as the ultimate truth, to put it mildly, does not adorn journalism at all! As for an ordinary person, most often he is used to not thinking because surrounded by his life and everyday problems, he simply I don’t want to waste my time analyzing information that most often does not directly concern him!
        4. Azitral
          Azitral 13 February 2016 09: 35
          +2
          This makes me happy. In all conditions and against all odds are people who remain human beings. This is only why humanity is still alive. When parasites manage to kill the society on which they parasitize, a handful of randomly surviving decent manages to recover. In such cases, parasites die without exception, up to one.
        5. fn111
          fn111 13 February 2016 12: 24
          +1
          Yes, they are all corrupt, but with respect to Graham Philips, the family has some Graham)). And this is good!
        6. Altona
          Altona 13 February 2016 13: 46
          +1
          Quote: Dmitry Volodin
          And Gramm Philips from Donbas?

          ----------------------
          Graham is a human ... Not only a journalist, but also a humanitarian and propagandist.
        7. alecsis69
          alecsis69 15 February 2016 04: 08
          0
          Gramm Philips has nothing to do with English journalism. He is out of the system.
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      3. Yarik
        Yarik 13 February 2016 08: 38
        +1
        Impudent Saxons in general, not only journalists, the finished creatures. Scum and.
        1. Rostov Papa
          Rostov Papa 13 February 2016 09: 08
          +2
          "Turkey turned out to be a powerless witness to the final stage of the plan,
          which Russia launched in September 2015 to help hold back
          in the saddle to his protege Bashar al-Assad. Moscow is pushing Ankara out of Syria, "the journalist writes.
          The advance of government forces in Syria was a major blow
          for Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, who "made the overthrow of Assad
          the alpha and omega of his foreign policy "and now he has to" swallow
          a bitter pill, "the article says." Having no leverage in Syria,
          Ankara is forced to watch its protégé, the Turkmen and Islamists Jabhat al-Nusra (the organization is banned in the Russian Federation - ed.), Are fired upon by the Russian aviation, "notes Marie Zhego.
          Ankara’s relations with Moscow are getting worse. Turkish military
          banned Russian aviation from flying along the Syrian border as part of
          Open Skies Treaty, and Russia accused Turkey of preparing an invasion of Syria. After Turkey shot down a Russian military plane, Moscow deployed new Su-35 fighters in Syria, and the deployment of the S-400 complex in the north of the country "in fact chained Turkish aircraft to the ground."
          In the game against Ankara and the West, the Kremlin has one more strong
          map, article notes: union of Syrian Kurds
          "Democratic Union", which is sympathetic to Russia
          and announced the opening of a representative office in Moscow. Kurds seek
          unite their territories in Syria, and Moscow, "the current master of the Syrian
          games, is unlikely to deny them this ", the correspondent of Le Monde believes.
          "The Kremlin can kill two birds with one stone," the journalist writes.
          First of all, he incites the discontent of the Turkish authorities who see
          in the Democratic Union, a branch of the Workers' Party of Kurdistan, the number one enemy of Ankara
          since 1984. Further, even better, it drives a wedge between Turkey
          and the United States, whose relationship has already suffered because of disagreements over
          The Democratic Union, which in the West is considered a reliable ally against the IG

          Marie Jego 10.02.2016/XNUMX/XNUMX Le Monde
      4. Wolverine
        Wolverine 13 February 2016 10: 07
        +1
        Pr-os-ti-tu-tki and it’s better to observe at least some internal code, and the Western media in general is a complete mincemeat ...
      5. sgazeev
        sgazeev 13 February 2016 10: 30
        +3
        Quote: Finches
        Well done guys! So the rebels of Donbass are terrorists, and the rebels in Aleppo are a moderate opposition ...? The Assad’s bloody regime and the democratic government of Ukraine ...!? The NATO bombing of Yugoslavia is a triumph of justice, and our bombing in Syria is the destruction of the people ...!? Yesterday it was true that all the journalists were corrupt, but the Anglo-Saxon journalists were all over about .... !! Journalism is a corrupt politician girl!

        If only ours did not go on about it. Enough of Minsk. Beat the barmaley to the end.
      6. NIKNN
        NIKNN 13 February 2016 10: 32
        +4
        but Anglo-Saxon reporters are generally over pro ....!


        You read their duties to the employer, before entering work? ... I suppose they honestly do not spare themselves by fulfilling them, for which they earn honestly earned ... laughing
        Journalism is a corrupt politician girl!


        From the moment of the opportunity to spread the opinion (probably through the "attendants" at the cave) there is a struggle for the first place with another ancient profession ... request
      7. vladimir_krm
        vladimir_krm 13 February 2016 11: 55
        +2
        Why, the Guardian's cool presentation of material: the hysteria is rushing :)
      8. Kostyar
        Kostyar 13 February 2016 12: 13
        0
        Well, the article, special f-ichnaya ....
      9. Stanislas
        Stanislas 13 February 2016 12: 28
        +2
        Quote: Finches
        Journalism is a corrupt politician girl!
        I put a "plus" on the comment, but I can't resist commenting. If it were not for honest journalists who work not only for money, then we would have discussed important details of events, perhaps six months later. People work everywhere, and people are different.
    2. oleg-gr
      oleg-gr 13 February 2016 07: 31
      +7
      Blah blah blah. An article on a favorite topic of the West. What angelic Anglo-Saxons can not cope with Russian barbarians. The next episode of the information war, no more.
      1. SPACE
        SPACE 13 February 2016 07: 48
        +1
        Quote: Voha_krim
        The usual double standards: "poor" rebels in Syria, and "villains separatists" in Donbas.

        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        why are they so diligently trying to forget that our videoconferencing works by invitation ... they turn everything inside with their fur.

        Quote: rotmistr60

        This wording of the presence of the Russian aerospace forces in Syria greatly distorted

        Quote: Kos_kalinki9
        Oh no no no. bloody Assad. Ay.yay.yay. Cruel Russians. Yeah. White and fluffy Daesh and their patrons. The cynicism of Western politicians has no limits.

        Quote: Aleksander P.
        A deceitful look at the deceitful position of the West, live in a world of illusions,

        Quote: GrBear
        He put himself in the place of an Englishman reading such an article.

        Quote: parafoiler
        And what can be read from British sources ?! Guardian and that’s it. Only this nonsense.

        Quote: Stinger
        The skill of transferring problems from a sick head to a healthy one is honed by the arrogant Saxons. Who would talk about the intervention!

        Calm only calm, nothing new, surprising or unusual, this ...
        Quote: oleg-gr
        The next episode of the information war, no more.

        So it is and will continue ... for now ...
        1. nemec55
          nemec55 13 February 2016 09: 11
          -2
          Space is the captain of evidence. (General — Marshal of Evidence at such a pace)
          1. SPACE
            SPACE 13 February 2016 10: 59
            0
            Quote: nemec55
            Space - Captain Evidence

            It does not matter. Read it again ... "Usual double standards", "they twist everything inside with fur", "there is no limit to the cynicism of Western politicians", "this wording was very distorted", "they live in a world of illusions", "only this nonsense", " from a sore head to a healthy one among the Naglo-Saxons "... from day to day the same thing, and for the hundredth time like the first time, people are surprised, indignant, of course right, they use correct epithets, but what's the point? But the point is different, if this is injustice for you, then for them it is an ordinary policy and double standards and cynicism, delirium, a sore head and illusions, as tools that they are forced to use in an attempt to defend their place under the sun, which in their understanding, we dare to pretend, so it's time to get used to it, not to be surprised and to accept it as a constant factor and draw conclusions from this position, calculate the consequences and options for action ...
      2. FiremamRescueS
        FiremamRescueS 13 February 2016 08: 10
        +1
        I did not understand this article at all ... who is the author? Where is the evidence of our Aleppo bombing? In general, the article is complete nonsense. it seems that they put it here so that we would know what our opponents think ... another theater of the absurd.
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    3. Voha_krim
      Voha_krim 13 February 2016 07: 34
      +8
      The usual double standards: "poor" rebels in Syria, and "villains separatists" in Donbas. The other was not to be expected from the Britons.
      1. tolian
        tolian 13 February 2016 07: 45
        +1
        Do not forget about Yugoslavia. Oh, how these villains have untied our hands thanks to tricks in Kosovo!
      2. GRAY
        GRAY 13 February 2016 08: 43
        +7
        Quote: Voha_krim
        Common double standards

        I challenge Ivan the Victory. smile
      3. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 13 February 2016 10: 16
        +7
        Quote: Voha_krim
        The usual double standards: "poor" rebels in Syria, and "villains separatists" in Donbas.

        Something like this
    4. Major Yurik
      Major Yurik 13 February 2016 07: 39
      13
      The laws of physics state that stable equilibrium is possible only when the force of action is equal to the strength of the reaction. And nothing else, or your country will be kicked under the sofa of history! This is how the world works, if a country wants to live according to its own laws and traditions - it must have the strength of resistance, opposition to the will of others and aggression! If, as liberals, you have dreamed all your life of being toilet paper and your whole little thing is, God forbid, not to scratch your master's ass, then this is a separate case of personal use and public policy. Everyone decides for himself! hi
    5. Sweles
      Sweles 13 February 2016 07: 50
      +5
      Alepo must be taken and finished with all this "opposition", and therefore with the war. Cut off the militants from Turkey and the war will end quickly.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 13 February 2016 08: 19
        0
        Quote: Sveles
        Alepo must be taken

        They will not allow to take Aleppo.
        1. Sweles
          Sweles 13 February 2016 09: 01
          +3
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          They will not allow to take Aleppo.


          wait and see...
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 13 February 2016 09: 06
            0
            Quote: Sveles
            wait and see...

            This is understandable. Their last outpost.
    6. Alexei
      Alexei 13 February 2016 08: 02
      12
      Honesty is an endangered quality.
      1. Voha_krim
        Voha_krim 13 February 2016 08: 08
        +6
        Kerry’s proposed negotiating solution will be untenable and will lose its force, as there will no longer be any opposition in Syria that can be represented at the negotiating table.

        "Well, here it begins. <...> Today, a well-slept representative of the High Committee for Negotiations, Riyad Agha, said that he would accept a truce in Syria only if the actions of the Russian Aerospace Forces were suspended, otherwise it would be unacceptable. <...> Yesterday we really tried hard, "Zakharova wrote on her Facebook page.

        RIA Novosti http://ria.ru/world/20160212/1373492678.html
        1. Sid.74
          13 February 2016 08: 26
          +5
          As Western partners tell us, Aleppo must be taken without fail. winked
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 13 February 2016 08: 31
          +1
          Quote: Voha_krim
          I don't envy the State Department now - they really tried very hard yesterday, "

          So what’s wrong with that, Riyad Agha just read the text on a piece of paper that was handed to him from the State Department.
      2. varov14
        varov14 13 February 2016 17: 11
        0
        I wonder what they will hang on our ears? They justified the beginning of the operation - the destruction of terrorism on the threshold of their own territory, and now - let the enemy go inside?
    7. maiman61
      maiman61 13 February 2016 10: 05
      +1
      For the USA and the EU, Russia is interventionists, and Daesh are angels in the flesh !!!
  2. avvg
    avvg 13 February 2016 07: 13
    10
    Anglo-Saxons are simply furious from Russian successes in Syria. Anyway, Russia is going to win this war, and in my opinion, in spite of all the enemy, the victory will be ours.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 13 February 2016 07: 25
      15
      The result of the Russian intervention in Syria, which lasts four months, could be a turning point in this war.
      why are they so diligently trying to forget that our videoconferencing works by invitation ... they turn everything inside with their fur.
      1. tolian
        tolian 13 February 2016 07: 47
        +4
        But they do not forget. They have long decided how everything will be according to their plans. And here you have to! Some regional Russia climbed. Impudent and nasty .....
      2. atalef
        atalef 13 February 2016 10: 42
        0
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        .without fur turned inside out.

        Hi Andrew
        Once upon a time there was a girl. Her name was Little Red Riding Hood. Actually, she has a hat
        was gray from a wolf. She only wore her meat outside!
      3. Siberian
        Siberian 13 February 2016 15: 43
        +1
        And here it is: with fur outside - a fur coat, with fur inside - a sheepskin coat - the essence does not change (winter clothes made of fur). We know about it. While our Western "partners" are hysterically twisting back and forth, the other side of the negotiations will be dematerialized slowly and persistently.
      4. varov14
        varov14 13 February 2016 17: 24
        0
        Lessons must be learned and act like they are, less justified and more often juggle cards, substituting partners. They’re building pancake capitalism, and they act like sheep. It is time to intervene in the wolf skin not only in relation to one’s own people, the righteous are fleeting.
  3. Alez
    Alez 13 February 2016 07: 16
    10
    Victory has many fathers, only Defeat is an orphan. After eleven years, everyone in America and the EU will deeply believe that they defeated ISIS. They stole the victory over fascism from the USSR, and this one will be stolen.
    1. tolian
      tolian 13 February 2016 07: 49
      +1
      Have they stolen? A smart reader laughs at their historical freaks. And stupid readers do not count.
      1. Alexei
        Alexei 13 February 2016 08: 05
        +7
        Quote: tolian
        Have they stolen? A smart reader laughs at their historical freaks. And stupid readers do not count.

        When there are more stupid readers than smart readers, the theft will take place.
    2. tol100v
      tol100v 13 February 2016 08: 04
      +2
      Quote: Alez
      will steal this one too.

      And what can one expect from a country of thieves, robbers and liars?
      1. Azitral
        Azitral 13 February 2016 10: 15
        0
        There was a Germanic tribe called "Allemans". In translation, "all sorts of people." In Russian it means "rabble". Or "bastard" from the word "drag". From the same rabble from all over the earth, the United States began to be. Like Rome, by the way. Like Athens. In such cases, democracy is inevitable (because initially all are equal, free, everyone has their own will, one must either negotiate or fight), civil society, justice (such lawyers, crooks and legalists, like the Romans, just look: only in the United States like this, - and slavery. Slavery is inseparable from a civil society with democracy, like the other side of the coin. When slaves run out, a democratic society ends. As a rule, together with the country. The last big source of slaves (people who receive for the same work in 8 - 20 times less than Citizens) was China. We managed to make Ukraine a source. But this, like the countries of the former CMEA, is crumbs, a giant solitaire across the Atlantic will not last long. And it seems that they will not have time to switch completely to robots: the techniques are noticeably slower and worse.The question is whether they will be overwhelmed alone, or taking all the others with them.
        1. Bakht
          Bakht 13 February 2016 10: 21
          +2
          Alemans are not "all people" but "all people". The name took place because it was a union of several tribes. That is why they called themselves ALL people.
          1. Weyland
            Weyland 14 February 2016 00: 28
            0
            Quote: Bakht
            Alemans are not "all people" but "all people".


            And you, as a native of Azerbaijan, have not heard the Turkic version of the origin of this ethnonym - from the word "alaman" (for other members of the forum I will explain: this word means "robber raid")? The ethnonym appeared after the Huns, and the Germans could easily borrow such a term as "alaman" from them - fortunately, this was their main occupation laughing
            1. Bakht
              Bakht 14 February 2016 09: 45
              0
              As an Azerbaijani, I even know such a word as Almania. So in Azerbaijan called Germany. And what - does this mean rabble?

              This is called a "false friend of the translator". The sound is similar, but nothing in common. By the way, I can also derive from the word Alma (Turkic) means an apple.

              The tribe of Alemans was called the Roman word. That is Latin. All man - all men. Or to the ancient German alle mannen. That's all. There are Turkic roots there, either Old Germanic or Latin - I can’t say for sure. But hardly - rabble.
              1. Weyland
                Weyland 14 February 2016 19: 06
                0
                Quote: Bakht
                But hardly - rabble.


                Esli это exoethnonym - why not?
                The exoentonyms "Apache" and "Comanche" simply mean "enemy", araucan = "bad (in the sense - dangerous) enemy", Iroquois = "real viper" ...
                1. Bakht
                  Bakht 14 February 2016 19: 37
                  0
                  So to speak. It is then necessary to decide what the origin of this word is. If this is a Turkic word, then we can assume. And if Latin - then your assumption is wrong.

                  We take reference books and read that the Alemans lived in the 2nd century. What language did they use? If Turkic, then this is one thing. But the Old Hun or Old Hun language died out. Perhaps there was a Turkic beginning. But this must be proved. And the tribe was formed from the remains of ancient Germanic tribes. It is unlikely that they used the Turkic language.

                  By the way, according to Brockhaus and Efron, an alaman is just a dragnet - a network for fishing. And the fishing boat was called alaman. I’m on the Internet right now. Until now, I didn’t even know this.

                  So I can’t call them rabble or scum yet. The explanation may be very simple. For example, the Orthodox of all unbaptized were called non-Christians, and the Russians, without distinction of their individual characteristics, were filthy. Here, most likely, the same principle: the union of tribes was generalized and called Alemans. Most likely not even the natives themselves, but the Romans. So they were more comfortable. Well, then the word stuck.

                  I am not a philologist. But I know for sure - the explanation should be completely simple. Then it is reliable.
        2. varov14
          varov14 13 February 2016 17: 30
          0
          And who are we in the understanding of power and how we behave?
        3. AID.S
          AID.S 14 February 2016 01: 06
          0
          Quote: Azitral
          There was a Germanic tribe called "Allemans". In translation, "all sorts of people." In Russian it means "rabble". Or "bastard" from the word "drag". From the same rabble from all over the earth, the United States began to be.

          Yes, damn it, academic knowledge, brilliant! Especially if the word Germany in Spanish reads Alemania.
          The State Department also draws its conclusions to the "facts" by the ears in the same original way.
    3. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 13 February 2016 08: 20
      +1
      Quote: Alez
      everything in America and the EU

      I don’t know how in America, but in the EU much earlier, ISIS will rule
      1. Alexei
        Alexei 13 February 2016 08: 35
        +1
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        , but in the EU much earlier, ISIS will rule

        Hardly. The EU’s special services themselves are launching refugees into the EU in order to at least slightly stir up the snickering swamp of residents who are crazy about the fact that they have nothing more to want. And for one for the future, to justify the budgetary expenditures for military needs. And ISIS is needed by the United States to keep Saudis in fear and dictate terms to them. Western countries had everything under control until Russia joined the game.)
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 13 February 2016 09: 07
          +1
          Quote: Alexej
          that would at least a little shake up the snickering swamp of residents,

          Successfully stirred up, the men began to wear skirts.
          1. varov14
            varov14 13 February 2016 17: 39
            0
            It is from envy that they are worse than women, they decided to lure.
      2. tehnoluks
        tehnoluks 13 February 2016 14: 32
        0
        I don’t know how in America, but in the EU much earlier, ISIS will rule

        "..that means we’re going there ..." What, we will take Berlin again, protecting the unfortunate Germans from the evil ISIS *
        * Organization banned in the Russian Federation
      3. varov14
        varov14 13 February 2016 17: 35
        0
        Joy for our elite. Myself Vaseline, wives need to buy soap.
  4. venaya
    venaya 13 February 2016 07: 19
    +6
    The capture of Aleppo by government forces is able to end this war. The opposition doesn’t make much sense to continue to fight, which is why all the cheese is boron.
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 February 2016 10: 43
      0
      Quote: venaya
      Capture of Aleppo by government forces able to end this war

      Well, yes, have you looked at the map of Syria?
      Quote: venaya
      The opposition makes no special sense to continue fighting.

      Why? Is ISIS already gone or is he sitting in Allepo?
      1. venaya
        venaya 13 February 2016 11: 04
        +3
        atalef: "Is ISIS already gone or is he sitting in Allepo?"- It is believed that Daesh is sitting in the Pentagon, in Syria just its local office. The capture of Aleppo deprives Turkey of the opportunity to effectively influence events in all of Syria, because this is the largest city of the state and its loss for Turkey means the pointlessness of further support of all anti-government forces, including and DAISH.
        1. atalef
          atalef 13 February 2016 11: 10
          -1
          Quote: venaya
          It is believed that Daesh is sitting in the Pentagon, in Syria it is simply his local branch.

          Come on without propaganda?
          ISIS has never been to Allepo, it is east of
          Quote: venaya
          The capture of Aleppo deprives Turkey of the opportunity to effectively influence events throughout Syria

          Turkey does not climb into all of Syria, only into the Northern regions.
          Quote: venaya
          for it is the largest city of the state and its loss for Turkey means the meaninglessness of further support of all anti-government forces, including Daesh.

          I fully support Assad’s statement regarding the goal of gaining control over the entire territory, as well as Turkey’s desire not to leave Allepo.
          In the first case - war for many years
          On the second - the continuation of problems and hemorrhoids for Erdogan ..
          Wonderful.
          1. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 13 February 2016 11: 38
            +1
            Quote: atalef
            On the second - the continuation of problems and hemorrhoids for Erdogan ..
            Great

            Sanya, but doesn’t it bother you that Russia and Turkey can begin their showdown, right under the nose of Israel?
            1. atalef
              atalef 13 February 2016 12: 19
              0
              Quote: Alexander Romanov
              Sanya, but doesn’t it bother you that Russia and Turkey can begin their showdown, right under the nose of Israel?

              Not .
              1. Alexander Romanov
                Alexander Romanov 13 February 2016 12: 29
                0
                Quote: atalef
                Not .

                Oh yeah, I forgot haifa undercover With 400 laughing
                1. atalef
                  atalef 13 February 2016 12: 48
                  0
                  Quote: Alexander Romanov
                  Oh yeah, I forgot haifa undercover With 400

                  Have the Turks already gathered to fly into us?
                  1. Hello
                    Hello 13 February 2016 16: 41
                    0
                    Quote: atalef
                    Have the Turks already gathered to fly into us?

                    Again with "humanitarian help"? Freedom air flotilla wassat
                    The moon-faced Sultan will then again tear his shirt on his chest.
        2. padded jacket
          padded jacket 13 February 2016 12: 05
          +3
          Quote: venaya
          It is believed that Daesh is sitting in the Pentagon, in Syria it is simply his local branch.

          It’s a little inaccurate in the USA - the main terrorist control in Israel - the regional terrorist control in Syria itself - the local terrorist control.
          Dangerous tour: ancient Aleppo, which we lost
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 13 February 2016 07: 19
    +9
    The result of the Russian interventions In Syria

    Such a formulation of the presence of the Russian aerospace forces in Syria was very distorted. The British simply need to be reminded of what the word means, as well as their invasion, together with the French, Americans and Japanese, into Russian territory during the Civil War, and the current presence of the Western coalition. And we are acting in Syria at the request of the legitimately elected president and government of this country.
    1. udincev
      udincev 13 February 2016 10: 32
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      we are acting in Syria at the request of the legitimately elected president and government of that country

      Everything is said !!!
      And intervention, it's about someone else ...
    2. Stanislas
      Stanislas 13 February 2016 12: 44
      0
      Quote: rotmistr60
      The British just need to be reminded of what the word means.
      Yes, and let them begin to call it all "occupation" on the sly, from their shallow, insular, but shitty side.
  6. Leprekon
    Leprekon 13 February 2016 07: 20
    +7
    I read and pinched myself in one place! Am I now on the patriotic website of Russia, or not already?
    1. Delink
      Delink 13 February 2016 07: 27
      +2
      same feeling!
      The article is controversial.
      - "Everything is confused in the Oblomovs' house!"
      1. tolian
        tolian 13 February 2016 07: 50
        +8
        Read. After all, such articles are useful. You see all the nonsense and worthlessness of these bloated scribblers.
        1. Leprekon
          Leprekon 13 February 2016 09: 30
          0
          Quote: tolian
          Read. After all, such articles are useful. You see all the nonsense and worthlessness of these bloated scribblers.
          If you add poison a little in food, then you get used to it!
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 13 February 2016 07: 28
      +8
      Quote: Leprechaun
      (The Guardian, UK)

      we were just given an example of what the tabloids write ((The Guardian, Great Britain) in the West about Syria.
      1. Wedmak
        Wedmak 13 February 2016 07: 38
        10
        we were just given an example of what the tabloids write ((The Guardian, Great Britain) in the West about Syria.

        And a very telling example. They didn’t seem to say anything special, but Russia is already an interventionist, cynically bombing elbows in blood, and the United States is white and fluffy. "Barrel bombs" is generally an interesting combination of words. Suddenly, ISIS is not in Aleppo, but only a good opposition bombed by evil Russians. Nothing at all about Turkey and the rest of the Arabs.
        Very, very professionally cooked up propaganda material. We have not grown to this yet.
        1. tol100v
          tol100v 13 February 2016 08: 16
          +4
          Quote: Wedmak
          . We have not grown to this yet.

          It's just that Russia does not use this cliché: "a little bit of truth (the presence of the Aerospace Forces) and a lot of lies (a lot of moderate opposition, not ISIS)! Everything is simpler here: So many sorties, so many goals and everything is confirmed by the facts of objective control, And not from Twitter! Here you can no longer argue, although some are trying. "Some" are even trying to credit themselves with the successful attacks of the VKS!
          1. Polochanin
            Polochanin 13 February 2016 11: 13
            +1
            Have you read Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card? Published in 1985, then there were no social networks yet. But even then, the author described the technology of coming to power by shaping public opinion through social networks. Unfortunately, this is exactly what is happening now. Few people pay attention to the facts. The main thing is not to break away from the main stream, to be like everyone else, the herd instinct develops. And Russia has long been exposed in an unattractive light, therefore there is no trust in it, even if this is confirmed by facts.
        2. atalef
          atalef 13 February 2016 10: 45
          -1
          Quote: Wedmak
          Suddenly ISIS is not in Aleppo

          Why all of a sudden? ISIS is not there and was not.
          1. Wedmak
            Wedmak 13 February 2016 12: 03
            0
            Why all of a sudden? ISIS is not there and was not.

            Who is there then? The so-called moderate jihadists? But what difference does it make if both of them cut heads with equal tenacity, shoot people and yell "allaakbar" every 5 seconds?
            The West has very effectively learned to fight with the wrong hands, overthrow objectionable governments, wreak havoc and destruction. And the fact that there Barmalei call themselves not ISIS, but Nusra someone there, does not change the fact that they are all terrorists. Therefore, the conversation is short - a bullet in the head.
            1. atalef
              atalef 13 February 2016 12: 17
              0
              Quote: Wedmak
              Who is there then? The so-called moderate jihadists? But what difference does it make if both of them cut heads with equal tenacity, shoot people and yell "allaakbar" every 5 seconds?

              Well - I’m alla to the bar - there all sides shout. except for videoconferencing
              Further in the area of ​​Allepo-SSA, Nusra and the Turkish forces.
              Nusra - it’s still possible to say ISIS-light, but the rest are absolutely secular forces that have nothing to do with ISIS and nobody cuts their heads

              Quote: Wedmak
              And the fact that there Barmalei call themselves not ISIS, but Nusra someone there, does not change the fact that they are all terrorists

              The only difference is that you also need to convince others of this, including the local population
              1. Wedmak
                Wedmak 13 February 2016 12: 32
                +2
                but the rest are absolutely secular forces that have nothing to do with ISIS and no one cuts their heads

                Oh really? Secular forces are just fighting on the side of Assad. And go over to his side. Opposition with arms in hand, this is no longer the opposition, it is at least a party to the armed conflict. However, no one showed Assad either legal requirements in leaving the presidency. And what the West is saying about "Assad go away" is the mantra of the top of the United States that has lost its shores. The same applies to Turkey and their hangers-on: what have the Turks in Syria forgotten there?

                that you also need to convince others of this, including the local population

                Well, yes, the local population at the sight of machine guns will very carefully listen to my speeches. Yeah.
                1. atalef
                  atalef 13 February 2016 12: 47
                  0
                  Quote: Wedmak
                  Oh really? Secular forces are just fighting on the side of Assad.

                  Hezbollah. Basij and Afghan Shiites - Secular fellow
                  Quote: Wedmak
                  Opposition with arms in hand, this is no longer the opposition, it is at least a party to the armed conflict.

                  This does not stop her from being an opposition

                  Quote: Wedmak
                  However, no one made legal demands on Assad to resign as president.

                  In the case of Assad, it does not matter. By the way, as in the case of Yanukovych.
                  Quote: Wedmak
                  ... And what the West is saying about "Assad go away" is the mantra of the top of the United States that has lost its shores. The same applies to Turkey and their hangers-on: what have the Turks in Syria forgotten there?

                  Assad will not be in Syria as president.
                  This will happen either by military means or as a result of elections.
                  Quote: Wedmak
                  Well, yes, the local population at the sight of machine guns will very carefully listen to my speeches. Yeah

                  Terrorists - this is the local population. Or do you think all visitors?
                  1. Bakht
                    Bakht 13 February 2016 15: 20
                    +1
                    Assad will not be in Syria as president.
                    This will happen either by military means or as a result of elections.

                    I do not want to start over again. But this moment is just unclear to me. If by military means, then Assad will be there. In any case, today this is heading. And if as a result of the elections, then again Assad will be. Is anyone able to voice the second candidacy?

                    Another controversial point. The opposition taking up arms is no longer the opposition, but illegal armed groups. This is an axiom. However, it has recently been strongly questioned. As stated in Washington, "ONLY the state has the right to violence." So he picked up a submachine gun - no longer an oppositionist.

                    Or explain it to Erdogan. There is also the opposition in the person of the Kurdish movement. Or in the Donbass. There is also opposition.
        3. Stanislas
          Stanislas 13 February 2016 12: 55
          +1
          Quote: Wedmak
          We have not grown to this yet.
          God willing, they will never grow up. Soul molesters are no better than child molesters. Do you want to "zombify" the population in full? And where are you yourself, or do you think that it will be good to live among "ours" who are confused by propaganda?
  7. Kos_kalinki9
    Kos_kalinki9 13 February 2016 07: 23
    10
    Oh no no no. bloody Assad.Ay.yay.yay. Cruel Russians. White and fluffy ISIS and their patrons. There is no limit to the cynicism of Western politicians. We've already gone through this somewhere. I remembered. Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi. Tyrants. But now, in both Iraq and Libya, "grace" is solid under the shadow of Western democracy.
  8. Aleksander P.
    Aleksander P. 13 February 2016 07: 25
    +6
    A false look at the false position of the West, they live in a world of illusions, they only have to put up anti-aircraft systems to the militants, and then they are surprised to watch how they appear at ISIS and how to shoot them down, but then Russia will be to blame. Spit on them you need to do your job.
    1. udincev
      udincev 13 February 2016 10: 40
      0
      Quote: Aleksander P.
      they only have to put up anti-aircraft systems for the militants, and then in surprise see how they appear at ISIS

      then Daesh planes will appear. The war continues. White-fluffy-disinterested ones are satisfied - you can further pacify and democratize!
  9. Grbear
    Grbear 13 February 2016 07: 28
    +9
    He put himself in the place of an Englishman reading such an article ... And he believed that the insidious Russians want to destroy the ISIS fighters who did not give Aleppo away and saved him for three years from the Barmaleans. He also believed that a no-fly zone would save democracy in Syria and that thousands of refugees would be saved from Russian barrel bombs. Just do not understand what needs to be done if Obama will not fight with Russia? The foul soul of an Englishman ... hi
    1. Lukich
      Lukich 13 February 2016 07: 55
      +5
      Quote: GrBear
      He also believed that a no-fly zone would save democracy in Syria and that thousands of refugees would be saved from Russian barrel bombs.

      lie, don’t toss bags.
  10. EvgNik
    EvgNik 13 February 2016 07: 29
    +6
    This is a symbol of the Western failure in Syria.

    Caught. They are offered a worthy way out of the situation - a joint fight against terrorism, and here they do not want to cooperate. The Japanese say: Lost his face. So the West has long lost it.
    1. novobranets
      novobranets 13 February 2016 07: 45
      0
      Quote: EvgNik
      Lost my face. So the West has long lost it.

      That's right. But they have a chance to rethink everything and start living differently. With such a murl, as now, live no way. No.
      1. Stanislas
        Stanislas 13 February 2016 13: 02
        0
        Quote: novobranets
        they have a chance to rethink everything and start living differently. With such a murl, as now, live no way.
        I agree! The only pity is that until you stick their mug into their own shit, they may not take advantage of their chance. And they mastered the technology of "information events" ...
    2. B.T.V.
      B.T.V. 13 February 2016 08: 18
      +3
      Quote: EvgNik
      The Japanese say: Lost his face. So the West has long lost it.


      The West did not lose face, it was just a rearrangement of body parts.
  11. victorsh
    victorsh 13 February 2016 07: 30
    +1
    According to the United Nations, from Aleppo, which is now dropping barrel bombs,
    Pranksters, i.e. Russia no longer has bombs and we use self-made bombs.
  12. parafoiler
    parafoiler 13 February 2016 07: 30
    +2
    And what can be read from British sources ?! Guardian and that’s it. Only this nonsense.
  13. Stinger
    Stinger 13 February 2016 07: 34
    +3
    The skill of transferring problems from a sick head to a healthy one is honed by the arrogant Saxons. Who would talk about the intervention!
  14. sichevik
    sichevik 13 February 2016 07: 36
    10
    And the UN has a conscience ??? What UN conscience can we talk about after Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya? Why was the Security Council silent when these scum executed hundreds of ordinary civilians? Where was the UN with its fucking Security Council when the Ukronazists bombed the Donbass? Why didn’t they bother with the humanitarian disaster in the Donbass? Where is the humanitarian assistance to the Donbass? The UN is a false, corrupt, rotten and corrupt organization. Still there is one exactly the same - PACE.
  15. nikkon09
    nikkon09 13 February 2016 07: 39
    +2
    The article smacks of something ... Well-conceived, the United States and the West will break, trick, and Russia is to blame. Their whole policy brings destruction, impoverishment and chaos and only American sharks get richer.
  16. Al_oriso
    Al_oriso 13 February 2016 07: 44
    +1
    Western propaganda in action. It would be naive to think that the world will allow the opinion of Russia to change in a positive way. In the rules of the West, Russia is always an aggressor.
  17. snifer
    snifer 13 February 2016 07: 44
    +1
    Russia’s blackening is taking place at a tremendous pace, the background is being prepared, or rather, it is already ready to start a war. Russia is now very vulnerable in Syria. This is a chance for the West and God forbid they will try to use it
  18. Gray 43
    Gray 43 13 February 2016 07: 45
    +1
    The Aleppo-Syrian Berlin of 1945 - whoever takes it will be the winner, so everyone who has a military reputation below the plinth - the Saudis, Turks, Westernizers - are trying to get there. They have one goal - to preserve the project, which brought them great profits, both political and financial. The stump is clear that until March 1 the city will be taken by the Syrian troops, this is a matter of state prestige, it would be foolish not to end this war and start a peaceful life, and let the West go through the forest along with its "human rights"
    1. dr.star75
      dr.star75 13 February 2016 08: 27
      +1
      Everything is correct, only at the same time we are negotiating a truce, and we are smiling. You can talk for a long time.
  19. Jan Krumins
    Jan Krumins 13 February 2016 07: 50
    0
    England was a great power, became an American prostitute ...
  20. valent45
    valent45 13 February 2016 07: 52
    +2
    I do not see any rebuff to mattresses in this article. Just whining about the lost.
    Ignore whining and pounding, pounding, pounding all this scum (good and not so good)
    terrorists !!! am
  21. vic58
    vic58 13 February 2016 07: 54
    +1
    - I'm sorry for the bird ....
  22. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 13 February 2016 07: 57
    0
    In one thing, they are definitely right. Aleppo is the key to ending this war. As soon as they put things in order, they will "rush" to Raqqa, and the barmaley of all stripes will have to skedaddle to Iraq (and nowhere else)! And that’s where the coalition will figure it out. laughing
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 February 2016 10: 47
      0
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      In one they are right unambiguously. Aleppo is the key to ending this war

      The key to blocking the Turkish direction
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  24. yuriy55
    yuriy55 13 February 2016 08: 00
    +1
    What we should least care about is the opinion of the stars and stripes. It is better to see how the Syrians themselves rejoice in the liberation:
  25. Semyonych
    Semyonych 13 February 2016 08: 05
    +1
    It is likely that in The Guardian, and in other Western publications, there are still many similar articles and they can be reprinted indefinitely. What, VO becomes a platform for the replication of anti-Russian writings?
    1. Colonel
      Colonel 13 February 2016 08: 26
      0
      Quote: Semyonitch
      VO becomes a platform for the replication of anti-Russian writings?

      At the branch of VO - http://tehnowar.ru, this goodness is even greater. Either the multipolarity of opinions, or tolerance. Tolerance is worse than swine flu, more victims.
  26. Nymp
    Nymp 13 February 2016 08: 06
    +1
    The author is not by any chance from the maydanutyh Euro-Ukrainian? What kind of porridge you need to fill your brains, so that the terrorists of ISIS are considered insurgents? And what kind of Russian intervention is the author talking about if Russia was summoned by the legitimate government of Syria? In general, why did the author not subscribe to his nonsense, if he is sure that he is right? And at the same time we will know who this "hero" is.
  27. werevolf75
    werevolf75 13 February 2016 08: 11
    0
    I read and laughed.))))))
  28. Hooks
    Hooks 13 February 2016 08: 13
    0
    WAY, what kind of Russians are bad - they do not allow Assad's barmels to slaughter democratically and moderately! The poor even have no MANPADS! What a pity.
    1. Delink
      Delink 13 February 2016 09: 11
      0
      ISIS has already reported that they have GRADES
  29. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 13 February 2016 08: 21
    0
    Article, Anglo-Saxon cry, simple! The enterprise (capture and dismemberment of Syria) is dying before our eyes! With the last bit of strength, these Russian barbarians need to shit! Right now, against Russia and its troops, there will really begin - "a truly subtle provocation"!
  30. 1536
    1536 13 February 2016 08: 35
    0
    The scoundrels in the Anglo-American government got nervous. Of course, so much money was thrown in, so many kickbacks were received from the bandits, but the result was negative. So you can get a bullet in the forehead, for betraying "common bandit interests" (well, rather to be poisoned with rat poison, since it is a pity to spend bullets on them). Sarajevo remembered where they themselves organized the massacre of innocent people, blaming their crimes on others. Yugoslavia, which was bombed and destroyed by all of its "civilized" humanity, intoxicating Yeltsin, destroying our country, leading Ukraine to a bloody coup, and Belarus and Central Asia to "Batkovshchina". But then Syria stood in the way, which no one seriously considered. And behind her is Russia. The British were warned not to enter Syria, because they would inevitably clash with Russia. They didn't believe it. They thought that Russia was also at their feet. It was not there. In addition to the blessed prokhanovs and the under-buried Gorbachevites, there are forces in Russia that are capable of saving themselves from enslavement and turning the peoples of the whole world into wordless slaves and cattle.
    It is a pity that in our press and media, so carried away by "truthful coverage of the Syrian war," there are no articles that would tell about the goals of the Syrian troops and our Aerospace Forces, about plans for peaceful reconstruction, about the fact that we will not allow any "massacre", killings , prisons and concentration camps on Syrian soil. Only neither the British, nor the Americans, nor, of course, the Turks should be allowed into Syria! Turks, for example, do not care at all, as long as blood flows!
  31. Horst78
    Horst78 13 February 2016 08: 41
    +1
    In vain did they article the article. Just the opinion of the Anglo-Saxons (and maybe just in a panic because they can’t do anything) for Western society. It's just good that they have RT on the air, now they will find out another version of the news.
    1. oracul
      oracul 13 February 2016 09: 24
      0
      Well, why in vain? Honestly, rating all publications on the VO is quite problematic, because sometimes we are talking about an informational message. The question arises - and where does the rating? The minus is that reality is distorted in the article, concepts are distorted, double standards are applied. For us, this is obvious and therefore not acceptable. Essentially, cons are a public opinion poll.
  32. Zomanus
    Zomanus 13 February 2016 09: 03
    +1
    Well, they just see it that way ...
    It is clear that they are our opponents in the international arena.
    Therefore, all will be represented in a different light.
    And when ours take control of Aleppo,
    West in general will get hysterical.
  33. am808s
    am808s 13 February 2016 09: 07
    0
    An impudent, rotten hit on Russia and Syria. The killers drive the remnants of civilians to Europe, specifically raising a wave of discontent among the "tolerant" themselves disguised as refugees from Syria, because they realized that they cannot continue to exist there with impunity. If I am a civilian then the arrival of government troops threatens me? And if I took a weapon and swore allegiance to ISIS, even on pain of death, then it's better to go to Europe. So it's not white and fluffy running, only if someone is forcibly chased, but no one will forbid to return.
  34. shinobi
    shinobi 13 February 2016 09: 26
    0
    This is hysterical. And preparation for the discharge of the Syrian project. The military say that for another month there will be no sense in talking to anyone anymore. They will bargain in Ukraine. Although there is nothing special to offer them.
  35. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 13 February 2016 09: 29
    0
    In fact, this article is no better than the worst examples of "couch strategists" from VO. How does the author know about some "barrel bombs"? He was there. But it's nice to read, it looks like we hit someone in Syria. something, hence the screeching.
  36. oxana_iv
    oxana_iv 13 February 2016 09: 55
    0
    And here is the morning news from lifenews:
    Media: US Secretary of State threatens to send troops to Syria
    According to John Kerry, if Bashar al-Assad does not fulfill its obligations, the United States may introduce ground forces into the territory of the SAR.
    ……
    “If Assad will not fulfill his obligations, and the Iranians and Russians will not force him to do what they promised, then the members of the world community will certainly not just sit around like idiots and watch this,” said John Kerry.
  37. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 13 February 2016 09: 55
    0
    Aleppo is Stalingrad Syria. It is a key, turning point in the further development of events. There comes a moment of truth. Or we or us.
  38. Bakht
    Bakht 13 February 2016 09: 59
    0
    As a non-Russian person, I can only notice that the title of the article does not reflect its essence. This is not a "rebuff to the West." This is a rebuke.
  39. tehnokrat
    tehnokrat 13 February 2016 10: 08
    +1
    Quote: Semyonitch
    What, VO becomes a platform for the replication of anti-Russian writings?

    I believe that such information will not hurt. Maybe for such publications to have a separate section in the "Opinions" section? "The voice of the enemy" or something like that? It happens that such publications precede actions.
    Here's the news on all the news feeds, which is unreasonable to ignore:
    "US ground forces may be deployed to Syria if the Syrian regime violates the ceasefire," said US Secretary of State John Kerry, Interfax reported.
    "If Syrian President Bashar al-Assad violates his obligations, and the Iranians and Russians do not force him to do what they promised, then the members of the world community will not just sit around like boobies and watch it," Kerry said in an interview with Orient TV.

    Quote: Al_oriso
    Western propaganda in action. It would be naive to think that the world will allow the opinion of Russia to change in a positive way. In the rules of the West, Russia is always an aggressor.

    Here's the topic:
    Giulietto Chiesa
    Russia is gaining victory in the fight against ISIS in Syria step by step. And the United States, along with its puppets around the world and, first of all, from NATO, will not forgive Russia and its President this victory over their thugs.
    NATO is shouting that the Russian Federation is invading there, so it remains only to wait for the provocation to become a pretext for war.
    Do not say that I am an alarmist. I am anyone, but not an alarmist. And I am not blind. Everything is very clear.
    But being informed is not enough for salvation. The Italians who are watching me now, you are entering a war in Syria, ”Chiesa notes.

    http://www.izborsk-club.ru/content/articles/8407/
  40. LIS10411
    LIS10411 13 February 2016 11: 15
    0
    They will take Aleppo and will speak later. It is necessary to show who is the boss in the house.
  41. Andrew 447
    Andrew 447 13 February 2016 13: 29
    +1
    This article by The Guardian is commonplace among the Anglo-Saxons towards Russia - mean and duplicitous. These s-lords and their hedgehogs are hysterical and arrogant seniors pretending that millions of aborigines destroyed around the world have no relation to them and are trying to to teach us respect for the local population. In addition to squeamishness, this adder does not cause other emotions.