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    The Syrian people should have just listened to benevolent uncle sam, and subjected themselves to the godly rule of Isis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    The Syrian people should have just listened to benevolent uncle sam, and subjected themselves to the godly rule of Isis.
    Yes, fancy not wanting to be slaughtered by their own leader, the cheeky fuckers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Yes, fancy not wanting to be slaughtered by their own leader, the cheeky fuckers.
    How lucky they are not "to be slaughtered by their own leader"...

    this is not a picture from Dresden 75 years ago ...
    https://teakdoor.com/speakers-corner...ml#post4058820 (Dresden 75 years ago)

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    And now, even the Belgians are bombing Syria...(???) (Does Belgium have any aircrafts?)

    ‘Maybe it was the Belgians’: Netanyahu claims ignorance after reports of missiles fired over Damascus
    14 Feb, 2020



    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dismissed reports that his military launched a missile attack on the Syrian capital, Damascus, saying that perhaps the “Belgian Air Force” was responsible.
    In an interview with Radio Haifa on Friday, Netanyahu said he didn’t know “what happened last night” and that “maybe it was the Belgian Air Force” that launched missiles over Syria.

    “I don’t comment on one operation or another,” he added.

    Syrian state media reported Thursday night that its air defenses had thwarted a missile attack and intercepted several “hostile targets” launched from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights region. Israel regularly strikes targets within Syria claiming that it is hitting “Iranian positions.”

    ‘Maybe it was the Belgians’: Netanyahu claims ignorance after reports of missiles fired over Damascus — RT World News

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    The Israelis are a bunch of lying jerks who lost any credibility with me years ago, when they used cluster bombs which later killed children....in Lebanon, I think it was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    lying jerks who lost any credibility with me years ago
    Now you know how people feel when they see your posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    The Israelis are a bunch of lying jerks who lost any credibility with me years ago, when they used cluster bombs which later killed children....in Lebanon, I think it was.
    Israel was founded and funded (Balfour Declaration) by the Rothschilds banking family and Bank of England to destabilize the ME. It's just an outpost / deniable op for the CIA to continue the fun.

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    ^ Hmmm.....plausible Kmart. Got any proof for that ?

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    Rothschild on the record:
    The Times of Israel reports that Lord Jacob Rothschild recently revealed new details about the crucial role his ancestors played in obtaining the Balfour Declaration, which “helped pave the way for the creation of Israel.”
    The 80-year-old Rothschild is the current head of the banking family and a strong supporter of Israel.
    Rothschild reveals crucial role his ancestors played in the Balfour Declaration and creation of Israel [VIDEO]

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    The media is saturated with uplifting news about the “Israeli economic miracle”, its wealth and high living standards, and its thriving startup and high-tech industry. But have you ever heard from a mainstream Western media outlet or politician that a fifth of Israelis live below the poverty line, that people are forced to look through rubbish for food to avoid starving, or that Israel has the highest poverty rate in all of the developed world?
    The answer is most likely not, and we should ask ourselves why. Other lies propagated by Israel’s disinformation machine include origin myths, the most famous being the romantic theme of Palestine as “a land without a people for a people without a land”, which strangely persists, despite its historical absurdity. Israel relies a lot on ignorance and gullibility.
    It is hard to convincingly portray such a predatory, violent and terrorist rogue state as noble, democratic, peaceful or gentle
    This magnificent interactive photographic collection of pre-1948 Palestine is enough to pulverise that revisionist lie, which seeks to eliminate the very notion of the existence of Palestinians on the land before it was taken from them by Western colonial powers to be given to Jewish emigrants from Europe and elsewhere. Palestinians were made to pay for a Holocaust that Europe had committed, and in which they themselves played no part.
    Besides the pathetic nature of such PR operations to counter critics and improve Israel’s disastrous global image, its effectiveness is more than a little uncertain.
    https://www.middleeasteye.net/opinio...t-rogue-states

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    Muslim members of the Waffen-SS 13th division at prayer during their training in Germany, 1943

    War in Syria - Obama avoided it, but Trump, May and Macron were just too stupid...-muslim-members-waffen-ss-13th-division


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    ^ Yes, Bosnians I believe. What of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Muslim members of the Waffen-SS 13th division at prayer during their training in Germany, 1943
    Similarly, there were so many other ethnic groups (or nationalities) - not all are so "kindly" refreshingly reminded...

    (it depends, how it is immediately needed in the "politically correct" propaganda...)
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    Obama's diplomatic incompetence is the reason Syria and Libya collapsed, blood on his hands, and on Merkels, two of the most incompetent leaders in world history. Arab Spring? Whoops... didn't mean it... sorry... fukcing appalling specious imbecile, has there ever been an American president who wasn't? Maybe not since FDR. What's next, President Kanye?!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuRY1skaH4M

    we are all figments of our own imagination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    ^ Yes, Bosnians I believe. What of it?
    Are you trying to be obtuse?

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    How about this:


    Turkey threatens 'imminent' attack on Syria's Idlib after Russia talks

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned of an "imminent" military operation in Idlib amid ceasefire talks. The threat follows recent fatal clashes. Russia's government has urged restraint.
    and now this

    Turkey sending troops to Syria to fight against the government would be the ‘worst case scenario’, Kremlin spokesman said after Ankara threatened that such an operation was imminent.



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    Excellent article.
    Thanx, concur with the majority of what was written, and then some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo View Post
    Obama's diplomatic incompetence is the reason Syria and Libya collapsed, blood on his hands, and on Merkels, two of the most incompetent leaders in world history.
    You are a fucking moron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    You are a fucking moron.
    What an original comment... (Not so trite as in his comments to his kind reds he is so generous with...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    How about this:




    and now this




    My guess is Erdogan is making a play for Idlib and from there to negotiate a withdrawal in exchange for Kurdish lands further east. Won't work, though bad boy might think it will. Last thing he wants is to go heads up against Syria supported by Russia and with Iran in the background, that would go very bad.

    Problem is he's had the benefit of positive vibes from Trump recently, so that might make him feel mighty; maybe he doesn't care what it costs to preserve his strongman image, but he must know if he pushes too hard it will be with little guarantee of anything beyond a blooded nose, because even with American troops in that region Trump would rather others get dead, esp so close to his second term.

    Not putting my house on what happens next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    he's had the benefit of positive vibes from Trump recently,
    That's probably why:

    Barr personally tried to push SDNY away from indicting Turkish bank Halkbank but US Attorney Berman resisted, per CNN.
    Same bank case NYT cited—via John Bolton book—as Trump wanting to do favor for Turkey’s Erdogan cabal for Trump’s personal interest.
    https://twitter.com/rgoodlaw/status/1228830979885850624

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    Aleppo International Airport welcomes first passenger plane in 8 years: video

    A passenger plane has landed at the airport of Syria’s Aleppo for the first time in eight years, SANA news agency reported Wednesday.

    On Monday, Syria’s Al Ikhbariya TV reported that Aleppo’s airport was resuming operations after a lengthy break, citing Syrian Transport Minister Ali Hammoud.

    The vicious battle for Aleppo, second-most important city in Syria and its economic capital, began in 2012 and lasted more than four years until 2016. In September 2015, Russia launched a military offensive against militants in Syria, Russian Aerospace forces started carrying out strikes on terrorist groups.

    In mid-November 2016, the Syrian army launched an offensive and took control over east Aleppo. The city had been fully recaptured by mid-December.

    Since then, Aleppo has been carrying out works to restore the infrastructure destroyed by war and fighting.

    Aleppo International Airport welcomes first passenger plane in 8 years: video

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