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Large U.S.-led Coalition Convoy Entered Northeastern Syria Coming From Iraq: SANA

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Large U.S.-led Coalition Convoy Entered Northeastern Syria Coming From Iraq: SANA

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On September 11, a large convoy of the U.S.-led coalition entered northeastern Syria coming from the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).

“The U.S. occupation brought a convoy of 40 vehicles into Syria’s territory with the protection of its warplanes, which searched the area before and during the convoy’s passage,” the state-run news agency quoted a local source as saying.

According to the SANA, the U.S.-led coalition’s 40 supply trucks were loaded with logistical supplies as well as military equipment.

While U.S.-led coalition supply convoys are being targeted in Iraq on a regular basis, they are still moving into northeastern Syria with much freedom.

In the last few months, hundreds of supply trucks have entered Syria’s al-Hasakah through the Semalka border crossing with the Kurdistan Region.

The U.S.-led coalition, which withdrew its troops from several areas in northeastern Syria last year, is now again working to assert its presence in the region. Coalition troops are solidifying their presence near major oil fields. Moreover, a recent report revealed that the coalition was setting up a new air field in northeastern al-Hasakah.

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Lone Ranger

Trumply sure likes to steal Syrian oil…

occupybacon

Losers will cry and rage

Lone Ranger

Sounds like Trumply…;)

occupybacon

Trumpy loves to make emos cry and rage

Lone Ranger

DNC could write a book about it…

occupybacon

You make jokes lately, have antidepressants started to work?

Lone Ranger

You must be mixing me up with Jens.
I never took them, I enjoy being myself?

occupybacon

Nahh, I didn’t mix you with jens, be aware being funny is a no-no on this forum

Lone Ranger

Oy gevalt…
Hopefully wont be sanctioned….

HiaNd

These rodents are most vulnerable on the road….somebody should wait for them in the future…..
Keep killing them so they’ll stop coming….

occupybacon

Killing who?

Cromwell

The invading US bastards

occupybacon

Then they can’t stop killing them because they didn’t even start it yet.

cechas vodobenikov

amerikans too obese, stupefied, puritanical to be rodents

Jens Holm

Maybee, but not here. Its pure fiction by Putin and Lukashenko.

occupybacon

Sounds like you need more krokodil

Jens Holm

There is none of that. For those people in the streets its about Lukashenko got the majority of the votes. If not he shoud not be Leader.

EU as well as Nato has no reasons to invade even more collapsed old rusty dirty days of Russia incl radioactivity in Belarus.

Servet Köseoğlu

United Nations reaction..comment image

Servet Köseoğlu

United Nations reaction..
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AM Hants

Clapped and cheared and then blamed Syria for not doing more to welcome the uninvited guests. How on earth does the US get away with it all?

BMWA1
AM Hants

USS John McCain so comes to mind. Seriously enjoying the video.

Servet Köseoğlu

by the help of mass media and forgiveness and forgetting of human nature..this is how works human algorithm..

Laurent Parodi

Is this what trump means when he says he will bring his mercenaries back home?

Jens Holm

Yes probatly. They are regrouping being replaced by others.

shylockracy

That’s the Zioterrorists’ “withdrawal” from Iraq for Trumpet’s electioneering bullshit.

Laurent Parodi

Yes BS and empty words to his base for reelection.

occupybacon

So sad lol

Arthur Deodat Jr.

New mraps for US-RU road duells. MadMax remake?

Антон С

Relaxation under syrian sun.
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occupybacon

Actually there are thugs with balaclavas without sign, probably the same miners and farmers from Donbas. Only Merkel can stop this, but does she want it or she wants to follow Gerhard Shroeder in administration council of Gazprom?

Tommy Jensen

Merkel and Shröeder are two opposite features. Schröder is a competent and Merkel a liberal.

occupybacon

That’s why he didn’t get a job in a private company, cause he’s too competent

Jens Holm

Haha…:)

I by no reason remember this one: The more mighty a country is, the more food for the soldiers is second class.

occupybacon

Haha good one, the more communist a country is the more the food for the soldiers is third class or missing at all. I’m born in an ex communist country and I know :)

Jens Holm

Maybee the joke was made there.

I saw Ronald Regan jokes about USSR a couple a years ago.

I had to stay home a lot for some months because I was ill and suddenly discovered a lot of new things free at You tube.

occupybacon

Yeah, Regan jokes are good.

occupybacon

And I wish you well even if you are a timid ISIS simp :)

Jens Holm

Merkel should not stop anything.

There is nothing strange in Poles as well as Lituaniens do some suppport. It was their land until Poland was diveded and came bacl after WW1.

After WW2 Russians moved borders again and made their Neocolonialistic new borders, as well as later on even a wall dividing Germany.

Thats how Russia has done many places fx like Bukowina, Karelen Finlalnd and mAldova.

Its exact the same for the disputes in Caucasus and the Krimera tatars.

The main problems are Russia by Tzars and much more by the Bolsjevics has moved around people as well as borders not asking people about it and tresting people as objects.

Now we see the same for religion and even “Old russia” religion as try for even mpore stupid disputes.

Just blaming people from Donbas makes no sense. We all know Russia by Krustjof added those Russians to Ukraine, so Moscow if there was and umprise, could claim they invaded to protect Russia.

occupybacon

Putin is arming and medling in neighbouring countries with money from EU, especially from Germany. I’d prefer EU to buy gas even from Iran since they are far away frim EU.

Jens Holm

I mainly like replacing fossils with windpower and solarelectricity as well as it goes. I know thats not enough but where its windy we can replace all electricity as well as heating and coolong at least 200 days a year.

I would say that Saudis also has a lot of gas. There are long distances for its transportation but they have ideas for a gasline to the read sea.

I trust the Wahabits much more then Iran.

Im not as worried as You about Russia. They are dependent just as we are and maybee even more. As long as they dont develop there country, we are safe.

occupybacon

Maybe Wahabits will research some powerful bateries to stock the energy from the wind turbines. In that case I would agree with you on them.

BMWA1

That would be “Maria”…this in the hovedstaden Minsk? Is hoved like head in English (Hhavni CZ).

Jens Holm

Whatever. Its the jailed one of the 3 women leaderd, which denied to leave her country.

I Denmark we have long video clips at TV made by own journalists with interwievs. Those people are Belarus.

Maybee You has been too much in pendle transport between Donbas and Krivoj Rog when You were Young.

Jens Holm

Whatever. Its the jailed one of the 3 women leaderd, which denied to leave her country.

I Denmark we have long video clips at TV made by own journalists with interwievs. Those people are Belarus.

Maybee You has been too much in pendle transport between Donbas and Krivoj Rog when You were Young.

Muslim Lion

Actions of the disbelievers will not affect our legitimate struggle and our Jihad will reach the strand of success reverently, Inshallah. And this is an easy task for Allah, the Almighty. https://youtu.be/UiJQEThIdd4?t=121

Servet Köseoğlu

Jalal,is that you?
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Fog of War

Why arent you ” brave warriors ” going after ZioAmericans and Israhell ? Oh wait, you dont bite the hand that feeds you. I get it, my apologies zio scum.

PZIVJ
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Phoron

Globohomo farces made a wrong turn on their way out of Iraq – again

Fog of War

Leaving in reverse.

Tommy Jensen

Dont worry.
Russia, Israel, SAA, FSA, Iran, Hezbollah, ISIS, Turkish Militants, will all secure the US convoy can drive peacefully through Syria with all its expensive goods.
After all we are talking about expensive equipment which can be sold for dollares………………….LOL.

Band Itkoitko

This cannot go on like this much loner. The game will need to harden. There is always a bound to injustice. Maybe that’s why the US Americans hate each other so much these days and are actively destroying their own country. It’s in the nature of reality — there is a limit to everything malevolent. At some point the breaking point is reached and it ends one way or another. Something new comes after that (or the world needs to end).

Jens Holm

Hard to relate to Belarussia.

Band Itkoitko

Belarus is going to be fine. It’s going to be hard but people are learning through failures and struggles. The deceived people (at least the ones capable of wisdom) that put their trust in western direction will wake up after they face reality.

People in Ukraine were hopeful, believing the lie that they were not super wealthy because they work with Russia and they need to submit to the West. Now, they are also disillusioned. The promise of the West is a mirage that they were never supposed to obtain. The West still gaslights them and projects all its malevolence on Russia, but things will become clearer for Ukraine once it wake up.

Jens Holm

We have promised Belarus NOTHING. Thats Your dirty propaganda version.

We have promised them normal relations, which we do to almost anyone else.

And we have done it with Lukashenko. So the partly boycut is because Lukashenko are not treating his own people as they should.

And I dont care about Your infected oppinions for Ukraine. Thepeople there are made by someone like You and by that for good reasons are in contrast to that. It takes a lot of time and also mistakes to regain for Tzars and Bolsjevics.

It should have been a real country after WW1 but it became semi and then forced very hard. The result was support for old days farmers and right wing nationalistics which later even became Nazis and fascists.

YOU MADE THAT.

You seemes to have no idea about what terrifying Bolsjevisme has killed in Ukraine and not even in millions of people living or lived there.

You just dont get the facts, that because someone come and do as they please, people bend over, so You can do anything You wish.

YOU made it strange too by removing its borders and not only Krimera and those 2 added oblasts. Bukovina was divided too – again and as I recall it also the socalled Russian Karparts.

Ukraine is some kind of a long time patient, which has to regain itself. You are not the doktors for that but more like the criminal putting in knivs by very dirty hands.

I cannot see You wish those Ukrainiens well. You work hard to keep the contrast and even name tme too much as nazis. USA should support nazis – news to me and Hitler.

They need de escaltion and You do Your best to fight hard against that. Thats how I see it.

Band Itkoitko

I had no intent to disturb you or bring any negative affect to you. I can hardly make sense of your words. This is just an internet forum and it may not be a very healthy place for you. Forgive me, Jens.

For your convenience and information, I’m not Russian and much less so Bolshevik. I’m also against Bolshevism, but I cannot judge people deceived by it too hard, since I’m not in their shoes. By the way, Bolshevism is also sourced in the West and funded (at least initially) by them.

I’m not saying that western people are evil by nature, that’s exactly what I go against. The core of the deception is the “pursuit of happiness” at all cost and on one’s own terms. We are all prone to that. In the West, this is exalted to the level of ideology, and particularly in the US it even became a catechism. The “pursuit of happiness”, while seemingly normal and not a bad thing, may lead you in many bad directions and is quite frustrating. From it narcissism, egotism, nihilism, Nazism, and even Bolshevism, racism, slavery, oppression, etc. originate. You probably have read “The Grand Inquisitor”, which brilliantly elaborates on that.

The problem is not that the West has interests and tries its luck with different things. That’s totally understandable. However, their inability to accept the tragic aspect of reality, the suffering of life, and see themselves as humble and non-exceptional is a fundamental human problem. This is related to the West’s inadequate perception of the basic experiences of life. This is a battle as old as humanity and they cannot win and has very little to do with Russia, since that battle would be there with or without Russia. It is a battle between rejecting the reality of being vulnerable and weak and accepting everything the way it is and taking up your cross. Those that reject the pain and are only focussed at obtaining happiness, without any suffering, are deprived of meaning and will sooner or later vanish, unless they learn and grow. The history and present of humanity demonstrate that.

The West is deceived by that pursuit, and this is what plagued Ukraine, also now affected a minority of people in Belarus, in Hong Kong, during the Bolshevik revolution, during the fall of the USSR, during the currently observed fall of the EU and the US, etc.

I actually do with good to the West, good in truth.

Potato Man

I feel sorry for this people tho, if they die….what was the point?
But they get pay….for stealing or dying…..if there is a god, good fuking luck.
Soldier nowadays is just being rich man’s pig.

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RichardD

“Paleo-Indians migrated from Siberia to the North American mainland at least 12,000 years ago, and European colonization began in the 16th century. The United States emerged from the thirteen British colonies established along the East Coast. Disputes with Great Britain led to the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), which established independence. In the late 18th century, the U.S. began vigorously expanding across North America, gradually acquiring new territories, oftentimes conquering and displacing Native Americans, and admitting new states; by 1848, the United States spanned the continent. Slavery was legal in the southern United States until the second half of the 19th century, when the American Civil War led to its abolition. The Spanish–American War and World War I established the U.S. as a world power, a status confirmed by the outcome of World War II. During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union engaged in various proxy wars, but avoided direct military conflict. They also competed in the Space Race, culminating in the 1969 spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon. The Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991 ended the Cold War and left the United States as the world’s sole superpower.”

– United States –

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States

RichardD

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Dean Jackson

“Serena Shim’s January 2013 expose, “Turkey’s Pivotal Role in Syria’s Insurgency: PressTV Report from Inside Turkey,” showed footage of what she estimated to be 300 semi-trucks “awaiting militants to empty them out”; included testimony explaining how Turkey enables the crossing of foreign terrorists “freely” into Syria; spoke of the funneling of arms via the Incirlik US Air Base in Turkey to terrorists in refugee camps or on through to Syria; and highlighted the issue of terrorist training camps portrayed as refugee camps, guarded by the Turkish military.”

“Shim named the World Food Organization as one of the NGOs whose trucks were being used to funnel terrorists’ arms into Syria, and stated this in her last interview, just one day before being killed. Notably, in that interview she also explicitly stated that she feared for her life because Turkish intelligence had accused her of being a spy. She told Press TV:

“Turkey has been labeled by Reporters Without Borders as the largest prison for journalists, so I am a bit frightened about what they might use against me… I’m hoping that nothing is going to happen, that it’s going to blow over. I would assume that they are going to take me in for questioning, and the next hope is that my lawyer is good enough to get me out as soon as possible.”’

The American government causing the violence in Syria and Iraq? What’s going on , you ask? Why the “abolition of religion” and the destruction of civilizations “whose spiritual aroma is religion”, of course, as directed by Karl Marx:*

(1) the West conspired to NOT VERIFY the ‘collapses’ of the USSR and East Bloc nations, the survival of the West depending on verification should the ‘collapses‘ be a ruse;

(2) the West conspired to regurgitate Soviet Bloc under counting of communist party membership numbers in order to facilitate the canard of imploding Soviet Bloc political establishments;

(3) the World War One Allies conspired to not immediately overthrow the Bolshevik coup in Petrograd and bring Russia back into the war, Russia being a key variable in the Allie’s victory strategy; and

(4) the World War One Allies conspired in August 1914 to not mine the Danish Straits, thereby (a) allowing the surrounding of Germany’s coasts, closing off the Baltic Sea to German trade and naval activity; (b) allowing linkup of Allied naval operations with Russian naval operations in the Baltic Sea; (c) diverting German manpower and materials to the Baltic region, weakening German Western and Eastern Front lines; and (d) providing for Allied naval landing on Germany’s Baltic coast.

In other words, if the Allies had closed off the Danish Straits in August 1914, Germany couldn’t have entered World War I. That’s why Germany was so quick itself to mine the Danish Straits in August, with the help of ‘neutral’ Denmark also laying mines in those international waters.

With the Baltic Sea a private watering hole for British and Russian navies, German naval vessels being penned in port by Allied mines, submarines and destroyer-torpedo boats, German Army movement eastwards along the Baltic coast would have been stymied by older and modern battleships of both the British and Russian navies, laying down withering fields of fire along the Baltic coast, allowing a clear path for the Russian Army westwards, one section of the Russian Army hitting German forces head-on, while the second Russian section flanks those German units further east. As such, Germany would have been stymied from even considering entering the war, and if Germany was so foolhardy to enter the war, her involvement would have been short lived, consigning the remainder of the Central Powers to negotiate terms with the Allies.

(5) When the USSR finally and officially ‘collapsed’ on December 26, 1991 there were ZERO celebrations throughout Russia(!), when there were supposed to have been thousands of celebrations that week, with fireworks and holidays, but thanks to the Marxist vigilantes that patrolled the streets, those celebrations never took place, and the Marxist media never directed our attention to the missing celebrations, nor the existence of the ‘druzhiny’ vigilantes:

“On the initiative of the KGB, an army of Soviet vigilantes five million strong, the so-called ‘druzhiny’, was recruited from among the Komsomol activists. Their units were led by retired Chekists3. They have been patrolling and policing the streets of all the Soviet cities. Their primary task has been to prepare the Soviet people to ‘behave’ during the forthcoming ‘liberalisation’. “ – KGB defector Major Anatoliy Golitsyn, ‘The Perestroika Deception‘, March 1989, pp. 14-15.

Dean Jackson

* Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, Karl Marx (1843)

“The struggle against religion is, therefore, indirectly the struggle against that world whose spiritual aroma is religion.”

…and…

“The abolition of religion as the illusory happiness of the people is required for their real happiness. The demand to give up the illusion about its condition is the demand to give up a condition which needs illusions.”

…and…

“It is, therefore, the task of history, once the other-world of truth has vanished, to establish the truth of this world.”

Now you know what Marxists are referring to when they utter the phrase, “The Struggle”…

“The struggle against religion is, therefore, indirectly the struggle against that world whose spiritual aroma is religion.”

John

a gear move ……….. a chuck wagon.

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