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>South&East Aleppo Map Updated SAA/NDF & Allies captured Sabiqiyah
>SAA/RuAF attacking Tartiyah, Latakia reports of many FSA deaths including commanders
>Map Of The Situation Around Kweires And Safira
>Loyalist offensive in South #Aleppo (Situation Oct 19) HD
>Breaking: SAA/Hezbollah/NDF impose control on Sufayra village southern Aleppo
>Pics of Suheil Al Hassan & his men from inside Tall Sab'in village in E.Aleppo
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>Suck it, Obama (and Hillary)
No MANPADS for thew rebels... yet
>US Has Concerns Over MANPADS In Syria
>Amid renewed calls from Syrian opposition groups for man-portable air defense systems, or MANPADS, the United States remains hesitant to supply the rebels with anti-air weaponry due to concerns that the weapons may fall into extremist hands. However, other states may not be as cautious, reports The Daily Beast.
BREAKING: FSA LEADER KILLED
Don't worry about it, im too lazy to proxy, no need to.
It was another canuk who was posting. Canadians are just weird like that, come over as a refugee ill show you. You gonna love Poutine, best food ever!
Mar. 19, 2014 at 2:11pm
“USSR would fake its own collapse to ultimately defeat the West”
Yes but after they’ve defeated the West they have to contend with Hitler who faked his death and has been building UFOs in Antarctica all this time…
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Mar. 19, 2014 at 11:29pm
The grand communist strategy must be working. From it sprang up one Barack Obama like a maggot from the festering and mildewed loins of Stalin himself. Who says genetic manipulation and cloning doesn’t work?
Is he not the best possible finale to the grand experiment? The end of the line? The perfect dupe to shepherd his people to their glorious end under the banner of social justice?
So again, I’d say Khrushchev boast to own America without firing a shot is percolating just fine. It just took a little longer than planned.
I, and I suspect you could fill up this page with Obama examples to demonstrate how he, the man of his times, is the final solution for the reds who are most definitely not dead.
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Mar. 20, 2014 at 10:38am
Beautiful explaination.Perfect definition.
Mar. 21, 2014 at 10:53am
Oh. My. God.
Sorry brother but Im hijacking that.
Thank you based Sukhoi Su-34
#Russia's embassy in #Damascus deny rumour on the death of 3 Russian soldiers in #Syria
Expected. And they will be accused of lying next.
Then by tonight it will forgotten, and tomorrow we can start all over again with "5 Russian soldiers killed in Homs!" probably with the same picture from today.
Its a fun, desperate cycle of stupid.
>the United States remains hesitant to supply the rebels with anti-air weaponry due to concerns that the weapons may fall into extremist hands.
Pure propaganda, they're supplying the rebels with weapons on an hourly basis, this is just propaganda so they can point to this if people accuse them of fanning the flames in Syria.
I don't understand why is this even an issue.
It's statistically impossible to fight a war without losing people. Once it happens, New York Times will come out with a gigantic headline THIS JUST IN PEOPLE DIE IN WARS I suppose
Modern Western societly is casualty averse to the point of full blown psychosis.
«If either an American or a Russian attack against targets of the Islamic State were successful, in both cases the same result is what counts», the social democrat said on Saturday during a Slovakian radio broadcast. He stated that he doesn't wear ideological blinders. According to Fico, the conflict in Syria can only be solved in cooperation with the Syrian leader, Bashar al-Assad.
- Based Slovakian bro.
You guys support terrorists while talking shit about terrorists and genocidal maniacs
Actually, Rook's is from yesterday..
Anyway, this is a great example of the bullshit coming from the "FSA."
I don't understand what this is supposed to do. Improve morale while real bombs are being dropped on their asses? Russians don't care unless RT/Channel one tells them directly same with Americans unless Fox News/Cnn reports it didn't happen.
oh come on
I mean I understand the american ego makes it really hard to swallow that your govt. is fooling you for their own interests but damn open your eyes and see for yourself, this time Putin caught you guys with the hands in the pants
This exactly. The entire western masses will have an orgasm in pure ecstacy once the boogeyman of the 3-year cycle is reported to have lost soldiers in Syria. Just as they did to the completely ridicilous reports of ''thousands of russian soldiers dead in Ukraine''.
Its an endless cycle of stupid perpetuated by the terrorists' need to show some kind of positive to improve morale, compounded by the western media's pathological desire to find any Russian weakness to champion and rub in their faces
In the end, the Russians just don't give a shit about this sort of event.
>RuAF propaganda leaflets dropped in #Hama "al-Baghdadi wear $ 200K watch & send poor muslims to die"
SOHR is all over that article (originally from reuters which is disappointing).
>Commercial planes start getting shot down
Somehow Obama blames it on Putin
>putin killed muh kids all over again
Of course, just look at how much of an international criminal he is!!!
Kek. same tactic was used to blacken putin`s press secretary Peskov not so long ago. it is like vlad saying fuck you liberals
dailymail co uk/news/article-3183941/Anger-Russia-Vladimir-Putin-s-aide-seen-wearing-watch-worth-397-000-four-times-official-salary-wedding-photos-new-glamorous-ice-skater-wife
telegraph co uk/news/worldnews/vladimir-putin/11780027/Vladimir-Putins-spokesman-in-luxury-watch-scandal
And Assad who bombed his own people and used chemical gas is a hero to you terrorists supporters
You are all traitors supporting Muslims against your own country
>And Assad who bombed his own people and used chemical gas is a hero to you terrorists supporters
Buzzwords, buzzwords, buzzwords. He didn't bomb his own people and he didn't use chemical gas.
And yes I'm a traitor to my government, because my government is a puppet of the anti-white, anglo-zionist NWO. It is the duty of every white man to be a traitor to his country in the year 2015.
Reminder that Lord said that sadly this will end on WW3
>war in the middle east will involve other nations.
The other nations from the west will provoke a reaction from Russia and China.
All will end in a world war.
To be exact, the "moderates" used gas, but not that it matters.
And I am a traitor to my government, not my country. I know that a ameritard can't see the difference, but that is a important distinction.
>All will end in a world war.
I am fine with this.
And you can prove this?
All you have are Russian articles, lol.
So, he didn't kill the people who were protesting?
There are no people in the FSA controlled areas?
How can you be so stupid?
Russian MoD report is up.
>Near Qastun (Idlib province), a large base of illegal armed groups with a command centre and a camouflaged ammunition depot was destroyed. The strike of a Su-24M with a high-explosive bomb caused detonation of munitions, which completely destroyed the object.
RIP 1st Coastal.
No new videos yet. Hopefully they go up soon, and include this particular strike.
Unrelated, but to good to ignore:
>Pot-Smoking Teen Hacker Says He Broke Into CIA Director’s Email
>Inb4 rt, have a link from fp, but it is beyond a paywall
>He means civilians defending themselves
You gotta feed it to sustain its diet. :DDDDDD:DD:D:DDDD
But Putin is a criminal
Just because he's doing the right thing by helping Assad doesn't make him any less of a piece of shit or a totalitarian murderer
Fuck both of you faggot's for siding with him
Some Ukranian propaganda for shit and giggles.
>Bodies of 26 Russian marines killed in Syria brought back to Sevastopol: Ukrainian Intelligence
Btw, just an observation after watching the video with the Hezbollah soldier convincing the ISIS soldiers to surrender.
If ISIS could be ''freed'' from CIA control and influence, they could be very useful allies against anglo-zionist imperialism.
You have to keep in mind what supposedly fuels the foot soldiers of ISIS, which is the creation of an islamic state, which by definition would be opposed to un-islamic influence and control of their territory and surrounding territory, which would include countries such as Israel, and anyone closely linked with the anglo-zionists.
I'm just thinking out loud here, these thoughts are still in their infancy. Maybe you understand what I mean maybe not.
Lol, nice try ukrops. Just propaganda to try to remind people of the fact that ''Crimea is annexed'' by Russia, while at the same time trying to ''rub it in'' russias face their military deaths (which didn't happen), fucking pathethic CIA controlled retards.
Yeah, they would suddenly change it from "terrorists" to "illegal armed groups" for no reason.
If America gives weapons to civilians defend themselves then they are illegal armed groups now.
You guys are such gullible retards
When it's America calling someone a moderate however...
We're just tired of America having a monopoly on illegal assassinations and strong arm diplomacy. Having Russia aso playing "Irresponsible World Cop" makes things much more interesting to watch.
Hey Mark, how was Jersey? Did Ahmed treat you well, or are on vacation in US with him?
> implying I'm a raging faggot, like you.
Footage of a Russian jet circling around a MQ-9 Reaper
>Kweires map with confirmed villages under SAA control.
>Russian embassy denies reports on alleged death of three Russians in Syria.
>Today Pics of Suheil 'Nimr' Al Hassan & his men from inside Tall Sab'in village in E.Aleppo [captured from ISIS].
>Map of current SAA objectives in the Aleppo offensives.
>Shawkat Asatif, commander of Liwa Al-'Adiyat - Ahrar_Sham was killed in clashes with SAA in Al-Ghab Plain.
>Russia/n air Jet Su24M bombarded and destroyed Syrian rebel "Faylaq Omar" HQ in Ghouta Damascus.
>Ru TV report from Deir El Zour. Syrian Army & local tribes led by Issam Zahreddine fight against ISIS.
>Idlib: Clashes between Ahrar Al-Sham and Jund Al-Aqsa in Al-Tamanah town. The clashes are because Jund Al-Aqsa refuse to fight IS.
>Iraqi PMU with Abu Azrael inspect an Iraqi airstrike on Chechen & Chinese ISIS members in Baiji.
>Iraqi PMU in control of the central Baiji Fateh Mosque, still IED laden.
>Former Israel military intelligence chief calls on Tel Aviv to topple Assad
Does Assad allow for US/British drones over its airspace? If not, can they legally fly over?
More related news: The US general who failed the training program in Syria is getting a promotion
No, no they're fucking not.
And before anyone asks, 28.5km is roughly 7 miles.
>...likely to be promoted and assigned a senior counterterrorism position here
No but what can the Syrians do about it? They don't want to get bombed. However with Russian backing recently they might change their minds and shoot the drones down, but only if Assad wins later and the conflict ends or if the US decides to bomb Assad's forces directly.
7km/4.5miles more miles until liberation day.
Using this map from the last thread, they seem to have taken Tal Sab'in, while losing ground in Dakwanah?
It's been stated before. The FSA/Nusra/ISIS need to recruit because they been losing territory/forces everywhere. Their forces are wide spread and thinned out. Russia has been destroying the 'oppositions' logistics and supplies.
The 'rebels' have been killing the same 10 Russian soldiers, same Russian planes/helicopters, and re-posting the same anti-tank weapons.
Simply put, Assad's forces have gotten a breath of fresh air with the Russian air strikes while the rebels have not, after 4~ long years of fighting.
Please leave, mark
There is one draft dodger who is colour blind I remember. Don't think they even have regular internet anywhere where there is not a heavy government presence. The US blew up Aleppo's biggest power plant last night for absolutely no fucking reason.
Just watched 'Amanpour' on CNN. They changed their narrative, now they don't talk about le moderate.oppositio anymore but only about poor civilians and how if only planes wouldn't fly they would be alive.
They had some Aleppo based doctor who cries for half and hour and went on and on how if just everyone held their hands and sing war would instantly stop.
The old 'when all narratives fail go with.the tears' argument
Someone tell me about life in government held areas (and pockets)
Do they have normal electricity, supplies etc?
What about rebel/ISIS areas?
Supporting the genocidal dictator Assad, terrorist state Iran and its militias, Hezbollah terrorists
>Not supporting terrorism
Yes, you all are.
I bet there's even terrorists posting in here.
That bad ?
I feel for you Syriabro
What do you think, which encirclement will fall first to SAA?
>Yarmouk/that area in eastern Damascus
>Daraa and southern front
And one more question about the south front around Daraa. How did they managed to hold so long, how did they get their supplies, over Golan Heights, Jordan or..?
No we are fighting ISIS and Assad by arming the moderate rebels who deserted from the criminal regime.
We are fighting both.
None of them.
We gave Assad the chance to step down.
He's the one responsible for all this mess, he chose to kill his own people instead.
We have no choice other than arm the rebels to bring him down.
After that we see what happens.
do you hope the SAA wins the war and do you like/support Assad?
You should check again what that word means, because it don't means what you think it does.
The word you are looking for is "oppose"
>We gave Assad the chance to step down
So you think you have any right to dictate what some other government does?
>He's the one responsible for all this mess, he chose to kill his own people instead
So does Saudi-Arabia. I don't see you arming rebels there.
>We have no choice othat than arm the rebels to bring him down
You have other choices.
>After that we see what happens
Typical american foreign policy. Will you ever learn?
why should assad step down when the rebels had no plan for their country? this is evident by them rising to arms first and then inviting literal jihadists to fight for them when they were losing. i understand if they at least stated their goals in detail before rising to arms, or even enforcing their "democratic" values in the areas they controlled after gaining power there; in the least to encourage more people to join the revolution for the sake of democracy, but they did neither of these things. instead they started to ally themselves with foreign jihadists the moment things started going badly for them. i just dont see why a leader has to step down under those circumstances.
Holy shit this guy again. Like what, all five of them ?
Are you braindead or something ? What part of "there is no such thing as moderate opposition in Syria" you don't understand ? YOUR OWN COUNTRY OFFICIALS SAYING THIS AND YET YOU CONTINUE TO SPEW THIS MEME AGAIN AND AGAIN, ARE YOU SURE YOU AREN'T MENTAL M8.
You either support Alqaeda, ISIS or Assad. And you've been shilling for jihadists all along, get over it already.
Yes we do, when he starts killing and torturing the people that were peacefully protesting against the genocidal regime.
The question at the moment is that we won't allow a genocidal to stay in control of the country nor we'll directly or indirectly give him any legitimacy.
I'm sure the big problem here is Assad and a few high rank officials there, not all people.
There's much to do after he's gone, we will still have to defeat ISIS there.
>Yes we do, when he starts killing and torturing the people that were peacefully protesting against the genocidal regime.
>US again ignoring international law
Not suprising tbh. How are the drone strikes going? Last I heard you got even worse than 1 for 10.
Is there any western country that does not want Assad to resign?
Italy maybe? Ireland?
One more. Is latex haram and could you talk your girl/wife into wearing something like picrelated for you?
>We have no choice other than arm the rebels to bring him down.
Questions: Why is it the US that has to do this? Who appointed us with this task? Why do we think we even have a right to get involved in other country's civil wars? So, he's killing his own people. Sure. He can answer for that later. But what right does the US have to get involved, tell a leader (whether people like it or not, he is the head of the country) to step down or else? I don't get why many in the US think it's our god given right to fuck everything up and get involved in shit that's really none of our business. It's one thing to fight and rid the world of ISIL terrorists - those can and do pose a global threat - but what business do we have of fighting Assad?
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Pelevin in the 90's was excellent but like>>54081570 said he just lived too long. I mean Bitov, Makanin, Akunin, even Sorokin were just on fire in the early to mid 90's it might be post-modernism but its post-modernism that is uniquely Russian, it isn't western shit and it shows a jadedness from the era that I think will only be really appreciated 40-50 years later. Right now they are not doing much for changing with the times. But I mean compare this with post-modernism in America which has been stagnant for 40+ years, Russia is just better at contiributing to world lit than America.
Everything they wrote, even if you consider it all shit, is 10times more subtle and potent than anything America has produced.
Russia's still got dank ass lit, because even your post-modernists have not given up.
>#Syria On Oct 19, gov aviation dropped 69 barrel bombs until 18:00 o’clock (local time) according to #SNHR
I'm sure the law gives legitimacy to an intervention when said regime is committing crimes against humanity.
With great power comes great responsibility.
We don't become and remain the major power of the world by staying idle.
You should put in account all the prosperity we have today when criticizing the government interventions in the world's affairs.
'way I see it is this, partner, the cold war only ended on paper
what weve got here is a whole lotta complicated deals going on with puppet governments and proxy forces throughout the globe either under the influence of russia, or under the influence of the west, or some that swing whichever way benefits them at the time (plus the spice of religious extremism and ideologies).
now, we cant forget about resources. resources keep economies and societies alive. strong economy means power right? russia still has power because it still has friends in the world like syria. a big chunk of the other players went our way back in the vietnam era and the failed ussr has been grasping at straws ever since
all you're seeing now are the symptoms of two irreconcilable wills facing off but with the principles of MAD (because of nukes) forcing everyone to play footsie under the table rather than stab the other with a fork in front of everyone else. assad being pro-russia is extremely important.
yes, you're right, maybe there's no moral ground here for us. but you shouldn't be surprised this is happening because this is how the global game is played. this is why putin shills get made fun of. he's literally guilty of the exact same things fedora tippers accuse the us of doing.
everyone's dirty laundry is being aired out right now.
biggest take away fams: invent a star wars replicator
>I'm sure the law gives legitimacy to an intervention when said regime is committing crimes against humanity.
>Americuck does not know international law
Not suprising either, tbh.
That is what the United Nations Security Council is for. Now, try and check if there was any legitimation of intervention from the Security Council.
Russians use missiles launched from 1500km.
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how can barrel bombs can be relevant ?
Is there an official enquiry into this barrel bomb meme or is any exploding thing dropped into rebel territory automatically called "barrel bomb" now and accepted as fact by media?
Has there ever been any proof of this ridiculous smear-meme?
Yeah, Russians are striking with precision weapons so I doubt it still being used. maybe here and there.
And before us, secular dictators kept the middle east in check as best they could given the fuckery of Sykes Picot boundaries. Look what happened. This has nothing to do with where we live, dont deflect
The video shows IEDs, nothing in it shows them containing an abundance of shrapnel or whatever it is that western media think makes "barrel bombs" worse than regular things that fall down and go boom.
Also: the bombs in this vid are definitely much smaller than BARREL bombs presented in slideshows of western media
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Thread reminder to also watch When The Wind Blows
Yes it has, otherwise we wouldn't be involved there, is that simple.
We will seek to pursue our interests every time the situation is favorable.
If a dictator start killing people and it's in our interest to topple him, we'll do it.
Israel. Fuck off. Your country intentionally bombs places where they know the population is 50% children. You bomb civilian residences with a one two, a small little warning bomb and then a killer bomb which sometimes takes out whole families. Why dont you go lick your mothers tuchas. we don't need you here.
Barrel bombs _are_ classified as IED's, I mean they're basically just barrels full of TNT and a fuse. It's.... improvised.
>implying I give a shit about either Syrian or Palestinian civilians
Nah, stay mad.
it's so great to see the sandniggers get BTFO by russia/syria STRONG
so just two questions:
1. how close are govt to liberating Palmyria from ISIS-kikes
2. what'll happen if syrian refugees try to come back, will the ppl they abandoned accept them?
Yes, barrel bombs are IEDs. But they are a specific type of IEDs that somehow became a media meme and i wish to understand how, why, and if there are any investigations about their contents.
If not, i refute all claims of human rights bullshit on this case, because things that go boom have long been an accepted practice in warfare and the civilian/collateral damage seen in Syria is nothing out of the ordinary (and that's citing UN/SOHR numbers)
>when he starts killing and torturing the people that were peacefully protesting against the genocidal regime
like your friend in Bahrain? why not dispose of him? oh, because your 5th fleet is stationed there and he is your monster? got it.
This is a completely bullshit discussion. A bomb is a bomb. There is no fucken difference. The cheapest a barrelbomb could be is in the region of $2000. Its not necessarily cheap for the capability. It is easy to make.
Stop arguing this, there is nothing there. People are gonna die and thats the point.
>piece of shit or a totalitarian murderer
Russia is actually 1000 times less a police state compared to USA or Europe.
Also Russia, unlike US doesn't have an international police force operating on it's soil, disregarding the local laws and constitution.