Yemeni trap for Saudi dynasty

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A coalition led by Saudi Arabia resumed the massive bombardment of Yemen. The breakdown of the peace talks provoked a new round of conflict, which had already claimed thousands of lives. West closes eyes on monstrous crimes, continuing to supply Riyadh weapon and share intelligence.



Genocide with the approval of the West

The plot that is popular among authors of dystopia, that omnipotent informational empires in the future will be able to turn petty episodes into global events and, conversely, to conceal the most ambitious phenomena from people, is rapidly becoming a reality. As a result of the monopolistic position of the Western media, billions of people around the world see the world through their eyes. It is not surprising that, being in the smallest detail aware of the ups and downs of the election campaign in the United States or about the relations in the British royal family, these people do not even know about events of truly global importance. Moreover, the western man in the street who is indignant about the “crimes” of Asad or Gaddafi is completely indifferent to the atrocities committed by the representatives of the “free world” or his allies. He either simply does not know about them, or the commands to resent the TV screen and the pages of newspapers have not been reported to this man - and such events excite him no more than the plot line of a boring series.

For nearly a year and a half, the aggression against Yemen in the Western media has been tacitly tabooed. At best, events are presented as a minor local conflict. Meanwhile, according to the UN, about 4 thousands of civilians were killed by coalition bombs and rockets. The figure is impressive, but even she, given the extreme non-selectivity of the blows, is clearly underestimated. Much more realistic is the other data cited during the recent visit to Moscow by the head of the Yemen Association of Ulama (Theologians) Mohammed Shamsuddin: 227 thousand dead and wounded.

Every tenth resident - 2,8 million people - became a refugee. International organizations call the situation in Yemen only a humanitarian catastrophe. More than 80 percent of the population suffers from hunger, lack of medicines and basic services. The reason is the harsh blockade of areas controlled by the Hussite rebels. As a result, according to UN estimates, at least 10 thousands of children before 5 have died at least for the last year due to the lack of drugs in the country.

But no sanctions are imposed on those guilty of crimes that are completely pulling for genocide. This situation once again exposed the true essence of the West and the UN. In words, demanding respect for human rights, they easily give up their seemingly sacred principles. In June, a coalition led by Saudi Arabia was included in the “black list” of countries and groups that violate the rights of children. The UN has blamed the military alliance for the death of 510 and the injury of 667 of Yemeni children. However, just a week later, the references to Riyadh disappeared from the list. The Secretary-General of the international organization Ban Ki-moon admitted to journalists that this was done because of the blatant blackmail of Saudi Arabia, which threatened to freeze the financing of UN programs. However, the revision of the shameful decision was not followed.

The play turned out to be threats to impose an arms embargo against Riyadh. A few months ago, the European Parliament recommended that the EU authorities refrain from supplying weapons to the kingdom on the grounds that it is used against civilians. Similar calls were heard in the American Congress. It did not cause any specific measures. Moreover, Saudi Arabia overtook Russia and moved into third place in the world in military spending: $ 87,2 billion. This huge amount of money is mainly spent on the purchase of weapons - primarily from the United States and the European Union. On August 10, the Pentagon decided to sell Riyadh 153 tank Abrams and $ 1,15 billion in ammunition. And earlier, the same congress, which hypocritically resents “human rights violations”, overcame the president’s veto on the export of cluster munitions. At the same time, Washington knew very well that bombs of this type would not go to the depots, but to the army of the monarchy. Previously, the UN proved the widespread use of cluster munitions against civilians in Yemen. But, as one would expect, in the West this information was ignored.

Death from heaven

In the near future, we should wait for the intensification of military-technical cooperation between Western countries and the coalition. In early August, Saudi Arabia and its allies withdrew from the cease-fire and resumed barbaric bombing. However, from the very beginning this truce was very strange. Recall that the puppet government of Mansur Hadi and the Arab monarchies behind them forced the actual failure of the operations “Storm of Resolve” and “Revival of Hope” to go on negotiations. Using the most modern weapons and throwing new forces into battle, they not only failed to defeat the rebels, but also suffered heavy losses. As a result, something incredible happened: the Hussites, who were previously called none other than insurgents and tatters, were recognized as "a full-fledged part of the political landscape."

In April, the cease-fire came into force, and soon negotiations began between the conflicting parties in Kuwait. However, people did not cease to die after that. The massive bombing of cities ceased, but Saudi Arabia continued to send reinforcements to the country, which took part in the attack on the capital from several sides at once.

The talks were used by the coalition to put pressure on the Houthis to accept external conditions dictated by them. Here again the two-faced essence of the United Nations manifested itself. The "road map" proposed by the special envoy of the secretary general was more like a demand for surrender. Hussites were asked to completely surrender their weapons and, within 45 days after signing the agreement, leave the largest cities: Sana'a, Taiz and Hodeidu. Only then should the political process begin, including the formation of a government of national unity. Hussites rejected this plan. In their opinion, a peace agreement makes sense only under the condition that government bodies are established, which will be led by jointly appointed representatives.

Thus, to break the rebels in the negotiations failed. On August 6, the delegation of the government of Hadi announced its withdrawal from the negotiations, and the very next day the coalition launched more 30 airstrikes on Yemen. Riyadh seems to avenge its own humiliation: the targets of the bombing were almost exclusively civilian objects. Twenty people - mostly women - were the victims of the shelling of the potato chip factory in Sanaa. The same number of civilians died during the bombing of the market in the town of Nihm. But the most monstrous crimes of the last days can be considered as air strikes in the province of Saad. August 13 Saudi aircraft bombed a village school there. According to the organization Doctors Without Borders, 10 children aged from 6 to 14 have died under the rubble of the building, but local media report at least 50 victims. And two days later the blow was struck at the hospital. 11 people were killed, 19 injured.

After such atrocities, the possibility of a peaceful settlement approaches zero. The leader of the Hussite movement, Mohammed Al-Khusi, announced the continuation of the struggle for independence. "We will fight to the full victory, to the complete defeat of all the interventionists," he promised. Also, al-Husi stressed that the real initiator of the war is the United States, which actually leads the combat operations, determine the targets of the air strikes and transfer the coordinates of the targets to the Saudi military.

Waiting for retribution

In these circumstances, the government of Mansur Hadi loses the last hints of legitimacy. In Yemen, it is perceived solely as a cover for foreign aggression. The last allies are turning away from the puppets in Riyadh. In June, Sunni tribes in the province of Marib, the country's main oil-producing region, rebelled in the rear of the coalition forces. Thus, an attempt to turn the Yemen conflict into an interfaith conflict, having vented two main communities, the Shiite and the Sunni, failed.

Around Hussites unite the most diverse forces. 14 August saw the inauguration of the High Political Council (UPU) - a new governing body of the country, replacing the Revolutionary Committee. In addition to the Hussites, it includes representatives of the Universal National Congress - the leading party supporting the ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, as well as socialists from the National Democratic Front. The powers of the UPU were confirmed by the Parliament, which met in Sana'a for the first time in a year and a half. It is indicative that in his meeting, despite the threats from Saudi Arabia and the cabinet of Hadi, yesterday’s opponents of the Hussites from the Sunni Islah party and the Socialist Party of Yemen also took part. The agreement, which anticipated the creation of the Supreme Political Council, states that its goal is to unite efforts in opposing Saudi aggression and governing the country in the political, defense, economic and social spheres.

The only forces on which the government of Hadi can lean are the bayonets of the Arab coalition and the radical Islamists. Recall that in the hostilities against the Hussites, Al-Qaida and the Islamic State take an active part. Last year, with the secret blessing of Saudi Arabia, they proclaimed an Islamic emirate in the province of Hadramawt and engaged in the smuggling of oil through the ports of Mukalla and Al-Shikhr. Last spring, when coalition cooperation with extremists became apparent, in Riyadh they were quick to announce the defeat of the emirate. In fact, the Islamists left the ports by agreement and without loss. After that, they adopted the name "Sons of Hadramaut" and became a legal political force that continued to participate in battles with Hussits. In what ways - show the events of the end of July in the province of Taiz. Militants blew up an ancient Sufi mosque in the village of Es-Sarari, and then kidnapped dozens of civilians. Later their bodies were found, chopped into pieces.

Based on the Islamists, Saudi Arabia will by all means strive to maintain control over the eastern part of Yemen. In Riyadh, plans to lay a pipeline around the Strait of Hormuz are associated with this. But the plans of the Yemeni rebels may hinder the implementation of the plans. Recently, the Houthis and their allies won a number of important military victories. In the province of Marib, they defeated the city of Sirvah from the coalition and approached the administrative center of the region. In the north of the country, they surrounded the city of Al-Hazm, the capital of the province of Al-Jawf. Finally, the Hussites completely liberated the Red Sea and the strategically important Bab el-Mandeb Strait.

The fighting moved to the territory of Saudi Arabia. In the province of Najran, the Husit detachments deepened 15 kilometers and in fact surrounded the eponymous administrative center. Fights are fought on the outskirts of the 300-thousandth city. The anxiety of the Saudi authorities is aggravated by the fact that the border provinces - Najran, Asher and Jizan - are inhabited mainly by Shiites and are historically associated with Yemen. They were annexed to the kingdom only in 1934, following the results of the Saudi-Yemen war. There are traditionally strong protest moods, which can now dramatically escalate. Fearing an uprising in their rear, the Saudi authorities hastily evict residents from border villages. Not receiving any compensation or new housing, these people are in the position of refugees.

The defeat of Saudi Arabia and its allies is inevitable and can only be delayed by barbaric crimes against the people of Yemen. But the more disastrous are the consequences for the kingdom itself: having set fire to the fire of war at its borders, it risks perishing in it itself.
  • Sergey Kozhemyakin
  • http://www.tribunereporter.com/yemen-conflict-wedding-attack-death-toll-climbs-to-131/4457
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  1. +3
    August 28 2016
    They stuck there to the provincial henchmen and provocateurs and continue to thin out Wahhabi faces ..
  2. +11
    August 28 2016
    The Saudis do not sell Russian weapons, and on the contrary - put weapons to the Hussites. Enemy of my enemy = my friend.
    1. +1
      August 28 2016
      Why not sell? Should they abandon him and run?
      1. +5
        August 28 2016
        Yesterday I wrote only about this war. While the United States is interested in cheap oil from the Arabian Peninsula, the Saudis will not be allowed to lose (and the Yankees cannot allow oil to be sold in other currencies). On the other hand, the Hussites with the remnants of the Yemeni army cannot be defeated by Saudis with allies, who have many mercenaries in the armies who are not ready to die for someone else’s land. Even the best equipment and weapons with modern ammunition does not help. It turns out a dead end, no one can win. If this continues, the Saudis will go bankrupt. They ordered 150 tanks from the other BTTs in the United States for a billion. - Will they fit these, what next !?
        Sooner or later, it will end in negotiations, where the United States and Iran are not suitable as intermediaries. And in the region hardly anyone will pull such a function. It remains the Russian Federation and China, but the second in other people's affairs, as a rule, does not climb. Moreover, the authority of NATO in the BV is falling (the Turks are an example), while Russia is growing. Russian Foreign Ministry Lavrova affairs will soon increase. hi
        This war plays into our hands, the Arabian monarchs will soon have no time for Syria, and the NATO members are annoying. Saleh and the Houthis asks the Russian Federation to intervene, the Saudis and their allies have been in contact with the Kremlin (all sorts of "gifts" promise) - all this is not just that. hi
  3. +3
    August 28 2016
    As a result of the monopoly position of the Western media, billions of the world's inhabitants see the world through their eyes.

    This is for sure, for example, on the Maidan, the murders of the Berkut and BB fighters were not presented in the press at all, and the victims among the "peaceful protesters" were inflated to the "Bloody tyranny of the Yanukovych regime." As a result, everyone in the West is confident in the justice of the "revolution of dignity" in Ukraine fool
  4. +1
    August 28 2016
    The Saudis apparently have not yet received the tough, they probably will.
  5. +1
    August 28 2016
    Morons "Here is a quote from Lavrov." They filled their heads with oil and bucks and imagined themselves to be "great strategists and warriors." The current forgotten that the "crusaders" Syrians "pressed" in the Middle East, when the Saudis lay under camels.
  6. +1
    August 28 2016
    In the future: royal night watchmen are required for drilling rigs ...
    And the consequences of the transfer of chaos from Yemen to KSA are difficult to imagine. And they cannot find a second Lawrence of Arabia.
  7. PKK
    +1
    August 28 2016
    The Saudis came back to kindle the Chechen Warrior, now they themselves are frying like a devil in a frying pan. Rather, the idiots, or even the impudent ones, would have burned, they offered Russia a loot for Assad's drain.
  8. +2
    August 28 2016
    The Saudis in Yemen cannot do anything by force and money. Under Kovadong, the Umayyads failed, and it will not work here.
  9. +13
    August 28 2016
    I remember our comrades from YNDR studied at the school, well, who remembers the North Ymen, even then these Arabs were very different from, for example, imposing and proud Syrians, Libyans, and others. I remember our teacher said that the senior of the Yemeni group stood up and protested why they were not taught "Hurricanes" and "Tornadoes", but only "Grads", then the scandal was resolved almost at the level of the embassies, we then had a platoon officer near the classroom doors and kept the curtain closed so that no one would see the visual aids of the new designs, which were then secret. And that the Houthis are beating the latest American technology of the Saudis with old Soviet weapons, so I'm not surprised, they studied well, and taught them in good faith, and the Soviet weapons are reliable and with a margin of safety.
    1. +5
      August 28 2016
      With an average life expectancy in Yemen in 62 of the year, the bulk of those who studied in the USSR, if not in the grave, then one noah there
      1. +7
        August 28 2016
        Interesting. that even the comments on the site reflect the balance of power

        The Israelis always oppose anti-Saudi comments, but always against Iran and Syria. 2 country camps have really developed

        1 - Russia with the CSTO, Iran Syria partially Iraq with them, China and 10 Bolivarian countries

        2 - The Saudis of Qatar and their remaining obscurantists of the Gulf, USA, NATO and Israel
        1. +7
          August 28 2016
          "Israelis always oppose anti-Saudi comments but always against Iran" ////

          Nothing like this. Israel clearly understands that Saudi Arabia is economically weak, the Saudi dynasty is reactionary, supports Wahhabism and does not have any sympathy for it, like the Emirates.
          On the other hand, Saudis are our neighbors. And Israel is not "run over" Why quarrel with them?
          Iran is a developed country with good engineers and scientists and sensible people.
          But ayatollah obscurantists, who are no better than Wahhabis, have long been in power there.
          And these ayatollahs almost every week repeat in public that they want to destroy Israel.
          Although Iran and I have no common borders, there is nothing to divide at all.
          When the ayatollahs leave, I hope we will establish relations with Iran, as it was before.

          In the Middle East, a bloody Sunni-Shiite war rages into which more or less all countries in the region are drawn.
          Saudi Arabia is the leader of the Sunni world, and Iran is the leader of the Shiite.
          What do we command to do? belay
          1. +1
            August 28 2016
            Sit and wait for the corpse of the enemy to be carried by!
      2. +4
        August 28 2016
        [quoteWith an average life expectancy in Yemen of 62 years, the bulk of those who studied in the USSR, if not in the grave, then one noah, is exactly there] [/ quote]
        atalef! You directly buried me along with the Yumen Arabs, but as they say, you will not wait, I will outlive you all, and the Arabs will be your eternal problem and do not cherish the hope that they died with the USSR ...
        1. +2
          August 28 2016
          And what have you got to do with it?
          I wish you all to survive and understand that the Arabs are not only ours, but generally a problem for everyone - including the Arabs themselves laughing
        2. +3
          August 28 2016
          Anatole Klim
          Dear, do not you think looking at Syria that the Arabs have become our problem?
          1. +5
            August 28 2016
            Dear Alexander Romanov, don’t you think that this problem was created by the Saudis as well?
            1. 0
              August 28 2016
              Both Syrians and Saudis are Arabs. Surprisingly, the Arabs are not united (although relatives), as they are constantly fighting among themselves. In addition, it is a very inept military (tested in Egypt and Saudi Arabia).
  10. +6
    August 28 2016
    The death of the snickering Saudi and dwarf monarchies of the bay with their exorbitant ambitions should be a lesson to all the peoples and political forces of the world (although, alas, they will not)! As for the Russians, this should not cause any emotions in us, these guys deserve punishment for Afghanistan! The only ones who are upset are those who like to relax in the UAE, but nothing - get killed!
  11. +2
    August 28 2016
    Okay so !? Threatened to suspend funding for UN programs! Who pays, he demands the results of work! Proclaimed Islamic Emirate with the blessing of the Saudis! So much for the voluntary adoption of Islam. And the Islamists are fighting in the interests of the Saudis there. And all because of economic interests. I want to hold the pipeline. But what is interesting. There is no money to help disadvantaged people, and I don’t feel sorry for helping Islamists! It seems that they are fighting for religion, but in fact for economic domination. And after that, you can still believe in a completely random process of the emergence of Islamists !? Oh well! This is how much percent of the profit they expect to get there if you count the polls remove the local population? Do they fight? Well, if the bombing (extermination) of the local population is a war, then what is a clash of armies? But if their planes shot down? Would they keep bombing? Or quietly whining and tail tightened stepped aside?
  12. +3
    August 28 2016
    As for the death, it's too dreamy.

    Borderlands with Yemen may lose. And then there will be another local layout and a different relief.

    The maximum that the Husits ​​can continue to nightmare in the mountainous regions, this is how Narzhan has it now:
    Homemade OTRK is gone

    I came to the tank farm:


    The next defeat of the checkpoint:


    And one more with the ravings:


    Plus, they will steadfastly defend themselves in the direction of Sana'a and conduct street battles in Taiz - where Al-Qaeda infantry, armed with RPG-32, Minimi and G3 are actively used against the Husites.
    1. +1
      August 28 2016
      donavi49
      Listen, I just can’t enter, but who are we in this batch for? For the Saudis with their Shaikoi or for those in skirts that Allah Akbar constantly yells. I can’t figure out whose flag to hang on the balcony
      1. +5
        August 28 2016
        Husi is now in the Coalition with Salleh against the interventionists. Salleh is the father of the nation - a man who united Southern and Northern Yemen with a kind word and army and fought with the Husites for more than 10 years.

        Husites are a Shiite branch, but they are not very close to the Persians with the flow. And the Iranians help them rather in spite of the Saudis than as co-religionists.

        Hussite slogan:
        Death to America, Death to Israel, Curse of the Jews, Victory for Islam.

        The Saudis climbed into Yemen to return the throne to his puppet - President Hadi, who, with the approval of Hilary, was replaced in place by Salleh. But who turned out to be a very poor ruler, for six months he set up an army against himself and even the southern clans, as a result, Sana fell without a fight, Hadi fled to Aden, the southern tribes surrendered - the Hussites entered Aden, Hadi fled in a Saudi ship.

        Now the southern tribes sabotage the Hadi, they have their own polis democracy there, but they are at war with the Hussites, because these are historical enemies. Hadi is holding Aden on Sudanese bayonets.
        1. +5
          August 28 2016
          Death to America, Death to Israel, Curse of the Jews, Victory for Islam.
          So victory for Islam, of course. Let them wet each other and further, the more they choke on all sides, the better.
        2. +1
          August 28 2016
          11.42. Donav49! Everyone explains who is fighting with whom and against whom. But no one explains the interesting point. Starving, but fighting. No food, but weapons. It’s strange like that. Maybe someone supplies them with weapons? Supplies just like that? Or supply out of their interest? What is their interest? That would be more interesting to know. And the hostility is simply swelling up by interested parties. Wars go on in poor countries. There is no production, but there are modern weapons. How so? In the Stone Age economy, have weapons of a higher technological level? For some reason, our media carefully avoids these questions and does not explain them.
          1. +3
            August 28 2016
            For Yemen, nothing much has changed. A major blow was in the first months. The country's food security was based on large poultry farms (most modern complexes) and fishing.

            In the first months, it was poultry farms and fishing bases that were the main goal.

            But Yemenis quickly rebuilt into small livestock partnerships. Plus UN climbed.

            Now the food situation there is not so acute and +/- as in the previous 10 years of the civil war.

            As for weapons 3 main source:
            1) The army, almost the entire army and all arsenals passed to Husitam and Sallech. They mainly use armored vehicles and artillery in defense and in hidden positions, and riflemen, anti-tank systems and other in raid units, which nightmare the Saudis along the border.
            2) Iran - delivery is carried out by small fishing vessels, which nevertheless break through the blockade. Although they are caught.





            3) Trophies.
            1. 0
              August 28 2016
              18.47.donavi49! Thanks for the answer. All the same, it’s not very clear how their mechanism works. Do they eat chickens alone? Yes, and you need to feed the chickens. Well, it's warm there and the grass is growing. Well, the UN planted. Dress. Ammunition is needed for weapons. To transport fuels and lubricants. Well, Iran supplies. What is Iran's interest in this? Yes, and he delivers to one side. And to the other side who sends greetings? I do not believe that they are fighting for supplies from the cellars. Ichkeria also fought with us. But they were helped by our partners. Let the weapon smuggle. But what is the smuggler’s benefit from transportation? Does he get paid for shipping? Does it supply one side or both? In general, everything is pretty foggy. And nobody seems to clarify. This is not a personal question for Donavi49. hi
          2. 0
            August 28 2016
            Quote: 34 region
            how so In the Stone Age economy, have weapons of a higher technological level? For some reason, our media carefully avoids these questions and does not explain them.

            Why stone age? There is oil. They sell it, and buy weapons.
            In addition, many weapons remained in Yemen after the civil war, and before that there was at least some kind of economy. (Yes, and the USSR helped the People's Democratic People’s Republic with weapons). Iran also helps weapons, Eretria and North Korea. True, the latter do not recognize this.
  13. +2
    August 28 2016
    If anything, the Western media write about the war in Yemen, an order of magnitude more than the Russian
  14. +6
    August 28 2016
    The weak point of the Saudis is the mercenary army, which fights not for ideals but for bucks. So the Yemenis, like born warriors, will still be able to pete-eaters a lot. The conflict is likely to take a protracted nature, since the UN turned a blind eye to this corner of the BV region. But, I’m afraid, as soon as the Hussites begin to seriously threaten oil fields, a striped floating iron with all the ensuing consequences will immediately catch up.
  15. +4
    August 28 2016
    Quote: V.ic
    The Saudis do not sell Russian weapons, and on the contrary - put weapons to the Hussites. Enemy of my enemy = my friendMr.

    The USSR tried to be guided by this slogan. The consequences of friendship with black-assed cannibalistic regimes are still unmasked.
    1. +1
      August 28 2016
      acetophenon "The USSR tried to be guided by this slogan"

      Valerius, you most likely studied mathematics on the calculator.
      And our generation was taught by good Soviet teachers. The rules for the multiplication of quantities in accordance with their signs:
      1. (+) * (+) = (+) My friend’s friend = my friend.
      2. (-) * (+) = (-) My friend’s enemy = my enemy.
      3. (+) * (-) = (-) A friend of my enemy = my enemy.
      4. (-) * (-) = (+) Enemy of my enemy = my friend.
      By the way, these are Arab axioms. You have the right to challenge 1., 2., 3. 4. Proceed! Flag in your hands and a math textbook in the brain. Good luck!
      1. 0
        August 29 2016
        So, but not so. In relation to people, countries, societies, faiths, everything is much more complicated. For example, in mathematics there is the concept of negative, imaginary quantities, quaternions, etc. With respect to living people --- NO !!! Here is an example. Israel and Russia have good relations, Iran and Russia --- too. And Israel and Iran ??? !!! Based on your logic, the problem came out.
        Or another example. I read with Lev Gumilyov (son) that Evenki and the Chukchi have long been allies. When the Cossacks arrived, they quickly got along well with the Evenks. But the Chukchi first Cossack expedition completely cut!
  16. +2
    August 28 2016
    (The West turns a blind eye to heinous crimes, continuing to supply arms to Riyadh and share intelligence.)

    Well, by God, like a whiny child (I'm talking about the author). The West raises a tide when a mousy or a hera is killed in Berlin or Paris, and when thousands and thousands of people are killed in Yugoslavia, Egypt, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria or the 404, it is the cost of their policy - the disposal of unworthy garbage. attention. In this regard (although it sounds blasphemous) - I am not "Charlie Hebdo" about the "victims" in Europe. stop
  17. +1
    August 28 2016
    atalef,
    Sanya, it's okay, soon the Arabs will make them work laughing
  18. +2
    August 28 2016
    Quote: Mozart
    I want to go to Israel ...! Put one note in the wall ...)))

    Well, send a letter to Atalef, he will get stuck, add something else on his own. Che complicate that.
  19. +2
    August 28 2016
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Sanya, I don’t want to look, you’ll return a little note from me put into the wall. The text is such, Lord, make it so that the site can be easily quoted.

    Veiled wishes of death or the desire to cause irreparable harm to the health of admins and science fiction writers - they are not accepted into the crying wall
  20. +2
    August 28 2016
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Anatole Klim
    Dear, do not you think looking at Syria that the Arabs have become our problem?

    Alexander Romanov (P with a big, by the way, respect your ancestors ..), and the Arab problems, weren’t always the problems of Russia, Nobody canceled the sphere of influence.
    Well, again, the comment flew away, Alexander, well, finally teach where to quote and where to answer ...
    1. +1
      August 28 2016
      Anatole Klim
      I drummed what is happening in Yemen. And I think that you go to bed with thoughts - how is Yemen there. Both you and me, spit. Who is there and who is killing. Arabs kill Arabs - this is their problem.
      And I don’t see our interests there at all.
      1. +1
        August 28 2016
        Alexander Romanov "And I don't see our interests there at all."

        Aged or what? AND BabelMandeb strait?
        1. 0
          August 28 2016
          Yes, do not give a damn about the strait.
  21. +1
    August 28 2016
    Quote: V.ic
    acetophenon "The USSR tried to be guided by this slogan"

    Valerius, you most likely studied mathematics on the calculator.
    And our generation was taught by good Soviet teachers. The rules for the multiplication of quantities in accordance with their signs:
    1. (+) * (+) = (+) My friend’s friend = my friend.
    2. (-) * (+) = (-) My friend’s enemy = my enemy.
    3. (+) * (-) = (-) A friend of my enemy = my enemy.
    4. (-) * (-) = (+) Enemy of my enemy = my friend.
    By the way, these are Arab axioms. You have the right to challenge 1., 2., 3. 4. Proceed! Flag in your hands and a math textbook in the brain. Good luck!

    There is a Russian proverb: "To teach a fool is only to spoil."
    Boolean algebra has nothing to do with international politics.
    1. 0
      August 28 2016
      acetophenon "There is a Russian proverb:" To teach a fool is only to spoil. "

      I dare not argue. Sorry You yourself framed ... Very self-critical! hi
  22. 0
    August 28 2016
    Some plucking of the Saudis' feathers plays into our hands. Maybe the oil will rise, the striped ones will again lower their authority a little, and the chicken pecks by the grain. In general, it is alarming - even though we are a host, but the "world hegemon" is losing its position, and this is always fraught with great blood.
  23. 0
    August 28 2016
    I wish every success to the Yemeni rebels!
  24. +1
    August 28 2016
    As long as the Hussites have no serious strength, the Saudis have nothing to fear.

    And Iran is unlikely this force ....
  25. +1
    August 28 2016
    Well, the Syrians and Saudis are Arabs, that’s said a lot! The Syrian state is more than 5000 years old, and the Arabs entered the historical arena only in the 7th century AD. The common thing among Arabs and Syrians and Jews is that they are Semites.
    1. 0
      August 29 2016
      And not just MORE THAN 5000, but MUCH more than 5000 years old !!! Yesterday I read in a book and wrote in VO that, according to researchers, the Syrian cities of Aleppo, Ain Dara, Ebla and others were large civilized settlements from the VIII millennium to P .X. !!! That is, the inhabitants of the whole 10 thousand years CONTINUOUSLY! While in Turkmenistan there are cities as ancient, but long forgotten --- Kara-Depe and others.
  26. +1
    August 29 2016
    Quote: V.ic
    Do not sell Russian weapons to the Saudis, and vice versa - to deliver weapons to the Hussites
    Just like Sharikov's "Take everything and divide". Do you understand the difference between deliver and sell? At whose expense is the banquet? , and most importantly why?
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    August 29 2016
    That’s what’s strange - by giving tips to targets, Americans unite anti-Saudi forces and strengthen response efforts. Or, on the contrary, they stopped helping the coalition with satellite and intelligence data. So America benefits from weakening the Saudis or their ruling clan. They will always sell weapons for money to them, this is not an indicator of relations.

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