Militants Blame Syrian Government For Another ‘Chemical Attack’ Amid Setbacks In Damascus Countryside

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After 36 hours of continuous clashes, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) seized the meat company and all the surrounding buildings in Ayn Tarma area east of Damascus. The meat company is considered one of the strategic positions in Ayn Tarma.

Militants Blame Syrian Government For Another 'Chemical Attack' Amid Setbacks In Damascus Countryside

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According to pro-government sources, Faylaq al-Rahman tried to defend the position for the last minute, but the Syrian Republican Guard managed to control it after a successful raid on the meat company building.

Opposition media claimed for the fifth time that the SAA used chlorine gas during its offensive on Ayn Tarma. The sources published a video of an opposition fighter claiming to have found a hand grenade containing chlorine and chemicals with the dead body of a Syrian soldier in Ayn Tarma.

After a close look we were able to identify the bomb, a Russian-made RGN hand grenade, which is a conventional bomb containing only RDX explosives.

Faylaq al-Rahman and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) seem not to be in a position to stop the SAA advance in Ayn Tarma, where the SAA is working to isolate the Jobar district in order to seize it and secure the eastern part of the Capital Damascus.

Government forces operation in eastern Damascus (SOURCE):

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  • Mountains

    I thought they conquered Ayn Terma 2 months ago according to your sources? what happened and why are we still in Ayn Terma?

    • Sam Culpak

      Control of Ayn Terma would mean Jobar’s encirclement. Obviously that was never the case so far and therefore maybe you should check again.

      • Mountains

        If memory serves me right I also recall the up claiming Ayn Terma was conquered and Jobar cut off for couple of months ago. What gives? and Why are we in Ayn Terma? If the ops sources should be valid

        • Ma_Laoshi

          Don’t make other people responsible for your memory. If you have a reference to a specific article claiming as you say, then give us the link. Though maybe you’ll find the article didn’t say what you imagined it did. Nobody denies that progress is slow, especially in E Ghouta. So it’s quite possible that the loyalists were fighting then and now again–which would surprise about nobody here, but by all means keep looking for PR points to score.

  • dirty mark

    chlorine gas hand grenade lmfao

  • slorter

    Will always be proud of all those young men defending and protecting their communities and families!

  • SOF

    Even Clint Eastwood has shown up (8th image from bottom). Now al-Sham (the sham) and the rest of the trash can start digging their graves for a fistful of virgins.

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  • Jordan

    Can yall help answer these questions for me? Theyre random, what caused the Syrian uprising in2011? And why did it get violent? What is the oppositions to the regimes goal? They honestly believe they can beat syria and russian war planes? Or are they just too much ‘into the fight’ that when russia intervened in 2015 they couldnt just pull out? So basically im asking what casued the uprising? Ik that assad attacked the protestors with force(which i dont blame cuz they were a bunch of whiners, what were they whinning about) and second main question is do the rebel forces, fsa and all the al shams, think they can overcome warplanes and higher funding and russia?

    • goingbrokes

      I suggest you read Tim Anderson’s “Dirty War on Syria” for starters. If you can’t find it try from Global Research.
      Briefly: peaceful protests were hijacked by wahhabi insurgents who murdered policemen by sniping from rooftops. This is what provoked the Govt. reaction. Massive media propaganda from the Western side, who were all committed to ousting Assad, blamed every jihadist outrage on the government. At the same time they kept quiet about the massive influx of western backed foreigners coming into the country to fight against the government. Arab Gulf states and western governments have spent billions of dollars trying to oust Assad and split Syria into small controllable countries for Israel. October 2015 Russia finally brought its airplanes and ships etc. to stop the insurgents toppling Assad outright. Since then the insurgents have found it hard to make any progress, and in fact have been driven out of many areas.

      • Jordan

        Wow stellar answer! Thank you for your time and description. I feel like this is one of the very main reasons for this war. Plus israels interests plus that pipeline deal plus the whole iran vs israel… syria is in the middle of these two countries. Why cant these middle east bros just put aside their differences and just get along!? Ik ik years and years of cultural differences. One can only hope.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          The reason they can’t get along is most of those part of the uprising are Foreigners . The Muslim Brotherhood is an old alliance that had it roots in protecting the people now called Palestinian which were actually Trans-Jordanians even they had their backs turned on them by Emirs of Jordan, whom were bribed by the US/UK/Israel .The Brotherhood became twisted by the likes of Wahhabi Ideals and Western patronage as it had become a tool prior to the 70’s .These countries were symbolized by three stars in its flags and the only ones who overtly remained allied in the Brotherhood .

          Why Syria is singled out is because of its support for Lebanon in keeping it from falling into Israeli hands long ago . Which they have been a strong voice in political resistance to Israel expansionism in the Middle East . Iran is seen as sectarian even though but to a much lesser extent under the Shah’s reign and its voice is somewhat muted .Seems any opposed to expansionist Israel becomes a target of the little USA in the Middle East .

          The US is also unhappy with the developments of the Chinese and Russians by creating the old trade routes between each other and the Middle East this would shift the financial trade centers from the US to possibly Eastern Europe the Middle East , lessening the US economic hegemony in the world which in turn would weaken the US.

          The US thrives on economy by force and not by good negotiations , the US practices Economic might with Military might to enforce its world hegemony . This is threatened by other economic and military powers who are more resource rich.

    • Leon Auguste

      Jordan … Please don’t start finding out about this war… Some of us are seriously trying to wean ourselves reading about fighting day in day out… I nowadays do every other day till hopefully get stronger and go completely off same like I did Facebook… Now reading about farming / agriculture and a lot more Bible reading and feeling more at peace … Enjoy what’s left of the weekend :-)

      • Jordan

        Honestly. At first when i read this comment i was like wow this guy.. but after thinking about your comment, ever since ive been borderline obsessed with this war(i check SF at least 5x a day) for about a month, my wife and i have been bickering and arguing a little more. I wonder if it is because i read about confrontation and my comment to tigbear will show my frustrations, if this is underlying some subconscious aggression. Thank you Leon! I winged off facebook like 4 yrs ago. I gotta find another thing to look up like gardening. I have OCD. Thanks for the eye opener!

    • Bob

      The actual armed conflict was essentially created by Syrian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood and their extremist Sunni affiliates. These are rural based fundamentalist Muslims who have long opposed secular Syrian state – and most had previous history with state security. The CIA and Gulf states made active contacts with these groups in very late 2000’s and offered immediate political and military support in 2011 when they took up arms against state authorities – irrespective of fact they were known fundamentalist Sunni Muslims. For US and Gulf states this was very rare Geo-strategic chance to try and take control of the Syrian state – a state allied to Iran – and as such hostile to both US ally Israel and Gulf monarchies.

      • Jordan

        Thanks for your help. The whole sunni vs shi’ite battle is so embedded in this region of the world. I feel like countries add fuel to the sunni shi’ite battle, and israel loves it because they can peck away at that and take advantage in one way or another.

        • EL ZORRO

          This is the final battle between Enki and Enlil clans…Read the Sumerian tables.

    • Caldera

      In the summer of 2011, just prior to the beginning weeks of regime change war breaking out in Syria, the Tehran Times released a report entitled, Iran, Iraq, Syria Sign Major Gas Pipeline Deal. The report provided details on Iranian plans to export its vast natural gas reserves to Europe through a pipeline that traverses both Iraq and Syria. This new Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline would reportedly be the largest gas pipeline in the Middle East and would span from Iran’s gas-rich South Pars field to the Mediterranean coastline in Lebanon, via Iraq and Syria.

      Syria is already part of a Western-ordained gas pipeline that spans from Egypt to Homs. This pipeline, known as the Arab Gas Pipeline, was originally planned to continue traveling north of Homs up into Turkey. From there, it can be piped into Europe. The major players of this Western approved pipeline include Saudi Arabia and Qatar, among other Gulf nations.

      Most Arabs view the Islamic Pipeline as a Shi’ite pipeline serving Shi’ite interests. After all, it originates in Shi’ite Iran, passes through Shi’ite Iraq, and flows into Shi’ite controlled Syria. Therefore, the US, Turkey and Sunni-dominated Gulf nations have both economic and religious reasons for preventing the Islamic Pipeline from becoming a reality.

      • Jordan

        I think this is ine of the big underlying issues for the destruction of Syria, as well as the greater isreal plana nd the yinot plan and cultural differences the big sunni vs shiite and a couple others.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          The original partition of Syria was back in 1923 which France had Syria go against the idea then . The Oded Yinon Plan was in 1985 , there are some interesting reads such as Operation Northwoods and “Bringing Muscle to Bear against Syria” in the CIA free reading room . They always say old plans are never really discarded just waiting for the right time .

    • tigbear

      Sunni powers, Turkey and Qatar, decided to join with the US-Israel initiative to oust Assad. They thought the US wanted Assad to be toppled, and didn’t care who replaced him so long as it wasn’t a Shi’ite. This was a great opportunity to install Muslim Brotherhood, whom they were backers of, and gain some power in the region. They were never happy with the Assads, who had come down hard on the MB in the past, during insurgencies. They thought the Palestinians in Syria (many of whom were members of MB, indirectly, through Hamas) would also join them in the fight.

      Qatar funded ISIS insurgents, many who joined, thinking that they would be able to turn Syria into a Sunni Caliph; they never had any love for the Assads, who had put down the Sunni revolts. They counted on many Syrian Sunnis supporting them (Sunnis are the majority in Syria).

      • tigbear

        At that time, Assad had been in power for about 10 years. He, who had studied and lived in England, was more moderate and West-turning than his father. Obama softened him up. Assad, like Libya’s Gaddafi, thinking this was a new era in American foreign policy, and that the USA was just interested in changing regimes towards the West using gentler and kinder policies, got fooled. Gaddafi gave up his arms; Assad started to introduce western liberal economic policies into his nation (more free markets, laissez-faire capitalism) that upset a lot of people, most of these people were in the impoverished countryside and could not cope with the modernizations and other reforms. Assad also downgraded the military, which used to be one of the best in the Middle East in the past.

        Assad gave up trying to nuclearize after the bombing of its scientists in North Korea, in the Ryongchon disaster, in which Mossad agents blew up a town, using tactical nukes in 2004. Also, in Operation Orchard in 2007, Israel destroyed a munitions facility and killed many Syrian scientists.

        • tigbear

          So slowly Syria became vulnerable to invasion. The nation’s defense system had not been strengthened as it should have been. Assad had not bought enough weapons he needed, either from Iran, North Korea, or Russia. There was a lot of social unrest. Qatar was quietly organizing resisting groups behind the scene, giving them funds. Turkey was also organizing militias that had Turks in them. Israel had created the fake ISIS group, using an Israeli Arab-speaking agent called Shimon Elliot some time ago, to be used to destabilize Iraq, and it used this group now in Syria. Many foreign Sunni jihadists joined and entered Syria, mainly through Turkey. The scene was set for the war.

          • tigbear

            Israel conducted the whole show. It brought in fake “antifa” into Syria, posing as disaffected leftist youth, and in the tradition of communist revolutions, they caused agitations. They whipped up the crowd, and organized strikes against the government. They used violence in demonstrations, so that when the government used military/police force, antifa (Jews) could claim the government was being repressive. Same old story. They are doing the same in Venezuela. Doesn’t matter – leftist governments, rightwing governments – anyone who opposes them, they will use the same tactics – tactics that were first used in the Communist Revolution in the USSR in 1917. The Zionist propaganda machine started kicking in. The human rights groups started turning their attention on Syria.

          • tigbear

            Violence started to spread across the nation as ISIS started taking over towns. A lot of money from Qatar and Saudi Arabia started coming in. Israel also supported ISIS fighters and “moderate rebels” by helping them with logistics and strategy, giving them valuable intelligence. Israel also gave medical aid to the fighters. Still, these groups and their backers thought that Israel was just interested in overthrowing the Shiite government, and that was all it cared about. So, they were prepared to work with Israel for the time being. These “moderate rebels” even called Israel their friend. ISIS rapidly took over large areas of Syria. Assad, being a cautious leader, only hit ISIS softly. He lacked strategy about how to fight ISIS and the other rebels. His first mistake was focusing on ISIS. ISIS was a throwaway group; it was always meant to fail eventually.

          • tigbear

            While Assad focused on ISIS, the “moderate rebels”, which now included several Kurdish groups, started building up in strength. They took over ISIS-held areas, and claimed sovereignty over them. This was the real purpose of ISIS – to give the “moderate rebels” legitimacy. These were the real opposition groups that would threaten Assad’s contol of the government.

            The US started to step up its funding of the Kurdish groups in the northern areas. Turkey started noticing this, and started complaining in 2015-2016.

            The US-Israel Axis decided that the Kurdish groups would make the best bets for pliant puppets. The other groups were less reliable.

          • tigbear

            Turkey became more and more nervous about USA’s policy in arming, training and funding the Kurds. Big fights between Turkish and American diplomats went on behind the scene. Erdogan got even more rattled when the US-Israel funded Fethullah movement staged a coup.

            Finally, he consulted with Qatar, and they decided that Turkey had to switch sides – this decision was made at the beginning of the year.

            Turkey talked to Syria and Russia, and it was decided that Turkey would operate in the northern areas and attack Afrin Kurds. Turkish-affiliated militias that opposed Assad helped the Turkish military fight these mainly Kurdish groups in the north. In the mean time, the SAA would compete with SDF in a race to gain the towns controlled by ISIS in the east. Russia would be supporting both groups.

          • tigbear

            Israelis and moderate rebels/ISIS did the Idlib false flag attack, and Trump used this an excuse to bomb Syria and put troops on the ground. It was time to use Atrocity Propaganda in order to get the US military assisting the moderate rebels, mainly Kurdish groups now, as the anti-Assad coalition started failing.
            With American troops embedded among SDF, the situation for the Russians got more complicated. They couldn’t have open hostilities with the US soldiers or else WW3 could break out.
            SDF gave permission for the US to build a base in Syria, signalling that the US occupation of Syria could be long term.
            Now, the main actors fighting for control of Syria are the Syrian government and Kurdish groups. The West has started a media campaign against Syria concerning Kurdish human rights issues. The West is trying to establish a case for Kurdish sovereignty over Syria. The puppets, PKK and communist-antifa-anarchist-western-liberal cultural Marxist groups, are being trained by antifa to speak the PC language of western liberals.

          • tigbear

            The Kurdish are ethnically cleansing the towns they control to push the Arabs out. When it comes to a vote, they want to win the majority in this way.
            Afrin Kurds seem to have lost Afrin. Other areas are still in dispute. After all ISIS is pushed out, Syria will be divided among Kurdish puppet-held areas and Syrian Government held areas, that is, between Zionist areas and Syrian areas.
            Qatar has been denounced now by the Saudis because they switched sides and ruined USA-Israel’s plan.
            Qatar and Turkey (these countries do everything together) are now in the Russia-Iran-Syria camp.
            It looks as if things will boil down to a vote. However, even if the Syrian people vote to kick out the US, the US may ignore this, claim human rights reasons for keeping the Kurdish puppets in power and hang onto the bases they establish in Syrian territory.
            If this happens, it’s not good for Syria. There will be a second Israel in the Middle East, in the heart of Shiite-controlled territory, breaking up the Shiite Crescent.

          • Jordan

            Pc language? Liberalism is the disease of America. (Im not into politics or understand them) but a co worker of mine says that at least once a day. That liberalism the disease of America.

          • tigbear

            I have liberal values myself: I think being gay is okay. People are born with their sexuality. Sexual orientation is established before they are born. I am atheist and prefer a secular society. I don’t like being told what to do by anyone. But the problem with American liberals is they impose their values on others and try and censor speech. They try and criminalize thought. For example, if you commit vandalism, eg. spray a swastika on a wall or write “Muslims out”, not only will you get punished for the crime of vandalism, which would normally be a small fine, you get punished for the “thought” associated it. The courts will say you committed a “hate crime” and they will add a longer sentence to the original crime of vandalism. For example, if you spray pointed a picture of ponies on a wall, you would not be charged with a hate crime. Hate crime laws, brought in by “liberals” (Cultural Marxists), make certain thoughts a crime. It criminalizes certain opinions. It goes against the First Amendment.

          • Jordan

            This makes absolute sense! I guess i am considered a little more conservative? (Is that opposite of liberal) but i amdefinitely okay with being gay or any lgbtq. Atheist sounds a little like me as well. Secular society means one with the church?

          • tigbear

            Secular means that references to religion are removed from the Constitution. So it assumes that people in the nation are of different religions. I have Christian friends and I don’t care if someone doesn’t like gays and doesn’t approve of them. So long as nobody commits violence against anyone, I feel everyone has the right to their opinion.

          • Jordan

            Tigbear for president!!! 2020

          • tigbear

            Since the cultural Marxists introduced hate crimes into law, it has now made the USA closer to what the USSR was like. In the USSR, you were not allowed to voice your opinion if it went against the government. If you did, the secret police, called the Cheka (now called the KGB), might visit your home and take you away to detention centers. You might be tortured and shot, or you might be sent to a labor camp.

            So, the First Amendment no longer exists in America. Someone disagreed with me, and said that hate crimes punish intent, and this has been always the case with the crime of murder, where the courts try and determine the intent of the killer – whether the crime involved premeditation or intent to murder.

          • tigbear

            However, that is not a fair comparison. The courts determine intent to distinguish whether the crime that happened is manslaughter (with no intent to murder, such as an accident) or murder (somebody wants to kill someone and plans it). The legal definition of murder involves the intent to kill; hence, it’s important to determine in this case. Murder and manslaughter are treated very differently in law.

            Murder and manslaughter are simply two different crimes. However, vandalism is just vandalism, regardless of the thought associated with the act of vandalism. The damage is just the ruined wall. The cost of the damage is cleaning the graffiti or painting over it.

          • tigbear

            Because someone’s feelings got hurt by the message written on the wall is not other people’s problem. A person should not be punished for hurting somebody else’s feelings. However, in America you are. Therefore, liberalism is a big problem. It is usually liberals who push for these laws. They argue that these laws are necessary. That is why people call liberals “snowflakes”. They are always getting “offended” or getting their ‘feelings hurt’, and think others should care.

            Even though I have liberal views, I don’t like to call myself a liberal because I hate these liberals who want to take away people’s rights, and want to punish others because someone got “offended”. I call these people cultural Marxists. They want to police people’s feelings and punish people for thought crimes. Doing this sets a dangerous precedent in a society.

          • tigbear

            This is how communism started abusing people, and then killing people. First, they said they wanted to protect people, and give them certain “rights” and “freedoms” – “rights to education”, “rights to a job”, “freedom from sexism”, “freedom from racism” and so on. This sounded good, so people agreed to the change in government. The monarchy got overthrown and the communists took over.

            However, this ended up being a dictatorship of Jewish psychopaths. The monarchy was a dictatorship too, but the communist dictatorship was 100x worse. Under the Romanovs, some people suffered – maybe several hundred thousands died from famine. Under the communists, 66 million people were killed by the government – through man-made famines, overwork in labor camps, brutal forced re-locations, and executions.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4603838e272524fecb822abf09e6774233da2ecd9af250ac5d0b4516e33c35e2.jpg

          • tigbear

            So, it’s dangerous to let people take away your rights. The communists made it a law that you could not criticize the government. Certain thoughts and opinions were punishable by death.

            If the cultural Marxists take over, it could easily become like communist USSR. Already certain thoughts are punished by jail sentences.

            Like the communists, the liberals say they want to make new laws to protect people – protect them from racism, and sexism, and so on.

          • tigbear

            However, it doesn’t protect people. It makes society very dangerous to live in because it gives certain people, liberals and the government, control over people’s lives. People lose the right to express their opinions, to show their dissent. Then, society is one step from becoming totalitarian, where the government tells you what you’re allowed to believe in and not.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbPQUwmq0XA

          • tigbear

            This is a website about communism in the USSR.

            https://tarbaby.wordpress.com/2017/07/16/the-three-holodomor-genocides/

            There is information about the Holodomor too. This was a famine that killed 7 million Ukrainians. Even though people were starving, the USSR exported grain to other nations. The people could do nothing about it. They gave up their rights and this was the result. They were not even allowed to talk about what was happening. They could be taken away and executed.

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0hGUwpkNh8

            If people lose their freedoms more in the USA, it could end up being like the USSR. Already, you’re not allowed to think certain thoughts. Hate crime laws are bad enough. Hate speech laws, like the ones you have in Europe, could come to the USA.

          • Jordan

            CANT STAND THESE PEOPLE. incorporating their butt hurt feelings ijnto law and what not. Youre so right!!! I see it everyday in America. People need to swallow hard and get over their feelings.

          • tigbear

            As a young child, I was taught “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt”.

            These people still haven’t learned this as adults. They are immature people, blaming others for how they feel. No one is responsible for their emotions; no one can control how they feel. Only they are.

            Thought has been criminalized. It is now a crime punishable by a jail sentence in America if you vandalize the sidewalk by arranging stones into a swastika shape. They will call the cops for this “crime”, and news reports of it will be splashed all over the mainstream media. Jews’ feelings got hurt.

            Knowing how it profits them to be seen as victims, many Jews draw swastikas on walls of synagogues or college dorm doors and other public places themselves. They rarely get sent to jail for doing that.

            FBI got called to investigate the dorm incident: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLt5U7VcHw8

          • tigbear

            These people are called “antifas” too. Antifas are liberals who use violence. Their speech is full of violent threats. They always want censorship. They ask for people to be banned all the time. They ask for posts to be deleted a lot. They have to do this because the truth is not on their side. A little dedicated research will show the real truth about them. They often say they are anarchist or communist. Many people who later became Bolshevik communists were anarchists in the USSR.

          • tigbear

            Anarchist means they don’t like government imposing unnecessary laws. However, these anarchist antifas are always bothering the mods on forums demanding that this and that poster be banned. These antifas are the most active flagging others’ posts. These antifas even ignore rules about not insulting others and then flag people they disagree with and have insulted.

            They will descend on you, if you disagree with them, and start calling you names like “Fascist”, “Racist”, “Antisemite”, “Hitler”, and “Nazi”. Fascism means acting like a dictator. Antifas won’t admit they are more fascist than anyone else.

          • tigbear

            They like to sound tough online. However, in real life, they rarely join regular armies. They often engage in street demonstrations though and like to use violence in them.

            Antifa (and BLM) is outlawed in New Jersey and Tennessee as a domestic terrorist group.
            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c232b2a486124df579daec4f92e1127d5ca126efdf26012d28b4d896c705f9fd.jpg https://theduran.com/confirmed-antifa-is-classified-as-a-domestic-terrorism-organisation-by-new-jersey/

            They often wear masks to hide their identity. If they didn’t, people would probably find out that they are Jews who come from rich families.

            Most of them are white. They exploit the racism issue of non-whites to gain power for themselves (whites, mostly Jewish whites AKA Ashkenazi).

          • tigbear

            Logic is a rare commodity of these antifas. They like to use emotion as a weapon. They try and make out that they’re the victims of WWII, when they were just a white people (Ashkenazim) who fought for power with other white people (nationalists in Germany, Italy and elsewhere). They try and turn this into an issue about racism. They call themselves “semites”, stealing even the identity of their victims, the Palestinians. Robbing their homeland wasn’t enough apparently.

            According to genetic studies, Ashkenazis are genetically closest to Kurds. These people, Khazars, lived in the now-Georgian area, historically. This is a region above Iran and below Russia. This place is not classified as Middle Eastern. It’s called the Caucasus.

          • tigbear

            However, these white people, many of whom have ginger-colored hair, pale white skin and freckles, call themselves “semites” (non-whites), to confuse and trick people.

            They never like to discuss facts or evidence. They prefer to use hysterical outbursts, slogans, appeals to emotion. Hence, the verbal abuse, name-calling, threats of violence you see coming from them online and in public protests. The killers of 66 million Russians, etc love to use Atrocity Propaganda against others, ironically. Using their control of the media, they have everyone believing they were the greatest victims of WWII.

          • tigbear

            The Holocaust is the centerpiece of the Atrocity Propaganda. It is their Holy Grail. You can deny that the Jewish Bolsheviks killed 7 million Gentiles in the Holodomor, and you can deny that the Jewish Bolsheviks committed a genocide of 66 million Gentiles in the USSR, but you can’t deny the Holocaust.
            They use the so-called Holocaust to distract people from the Bolshevik-engineered genocide of 66 million Gentiles – death by government.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7893b725a257adba9a9468bab8686b5f4e8690465821609319e72e9d2fe83901.jpg

          • tigbear

            First off, the six million number isn’t true. After the Soviets opened their archives, the German camp commanders’ “death books” were revealed. These stated that, in all, 280,000 people died in the camps (and not all who died were Jewish). So, Auschwitz had to change the plaque from “4 million dead” down to a different number. Since they weren’t willing to admit it was all a hoax, they revised the number down to 1 million.

            However, the total, the 6 million figure, has remained the same. You go to jail for saying the six million number is false in some countries. As I say, logic is not a strength of these people, They will call you “murderer”, “genocide-supporter”, “Hitler”, “Nazi”, “fascist”, “antisemite” if you point this fact out. Truth isn’t on their side, so they have to use emotional cons to sway people.
            https://papermacheworld.wordpress.com

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          • tigbear

            The Kurdish are ethnically cleansing the towns they control to push out the Arabs. When it comes to a vote, they want to win the majority in this way.
            Afrin Kurds seem to have lost Afrin. Other areas are still in dispute. After all of the ISIS are pushed out, Syria will be divided among Kurdish puppet-held areas and Syrian Government-held areas, that is, between Zionist areas and Syrian areas.
            Qatar has been denounced now by the Saudis because they switched sides, threatening USA-Israel’s plan.

          • tigbear

            Qatar and Turkey (these countries do everything together) are now more or less in the Russia-Iran-Syria camp.

            It looks as if things will boil down to a vote. However, even if the Syrian people vote to kick out the US, the US may ignore this, claim human rights reasons for keeping the Kurdish puppets in power and hang onto the bases they establish in Syrian territory.

            If this happens, it’s not good for Syria or Iran. There will be a second Israel in the Middle East, in the heart of Shiite-controlled territory, breaking up the Shiite Crescent.

          • Jordan

            This explains the massive massive amount of Red(SAA) spreading on the military maps since the new year.

          • Jordan

            Moderate groups like FSA, HTS, all the al shams. US and israel now put their backing into the Kurds. Who have been screwed over by the americans before( i have heard) are now trusting them again? Confusing but okay they seem desperate if you ask me. Kurds are nervous i feel, they got syria, turkey,iran all surrounding them and not liking them. Why does Russia and US have a soft spot for them?

          • Jordan

            I did not know that. I hate the fact that isis had schools and spread their voews and ideoogy to a bunch of kids. Scary what you can do to a young mind. The ideology of isis hopefully dies with them.

          • Jordan

            True true.

          • Jordan

            Wow are you a social studies or global studies teacher? Your descriptions are very easily understandable and unbiased. So i am a westerner and i hate (strongly strongly dislike) isis. When i found out that the US did not approve the shi’ite leader that the ppl of Iraq wanted and the US( obama admin.) put in some sunni leader who turned out to be evil and started killing shiites. The ppl were desperate for help from an outside force. Thats when the local support and rapid growth of ISIS began. ( soon these supporters found out isis was horrible). That made me lose so,e faith in my country. Then the whole discovery of israel being best buds with isis and my country is best buds with israel is when i stopped supporting the us in syria. Plus the US policy in syria is weak…. i dont believe in training terrorist groups to fight is smart. Nor is giving them weapons. Which is why i support the SAA, get the war over with then do the russia plan, let the people of syria decide the future of the country.

          • tigbear

            I didn’t know about this:

            “When i found out that the US did not approve the shi’ite leader that the ppl of Iraq wanted and the US( obama admin.) put in some sunni leader who turned out to be evil and started killing shiites. The ppl were desperate for help from an outside force. Thats when the local support and rapid growth of ISIS began. ( soon these supporters found out isis was horrible).”

            You probably know more about Iraq than I do.

          • Jordan

            It was on a documentary i saw last year. Something to do with IsIs. There was this dude on it. He was like the longest tenure diplomat to the middle east. Hes not old hes arab himself. This dude knows the whole mid east like no one else.

        • Jordan

          So the U.S.A screwed over gaddafi who had an arguable democracy. Screweed over assad who was pushing toward western democ. People from the country side didnt like it at all. Assad gaveup on nukes due to some failures and disasters.

      • Jordan

        If you dont mind , im gonna comment back each one of these to keep them straight in my head. Okay so early war, ppl hate assad ever since his father, they wanted his brother to overthrow him and that failed. MBs dont like assad, they needed a little more power so many believed ISIS was the way to go . ( extremely wrong they were) my hatred and despise for isis is what got me into this war. My fueling desire to see isis die, the group, the ideology, the horrible attrocities of this new era terror organization. So rich Qatar 🛡handed isis 🏴 $ and 🔫 And 💣 .

    • John

      Same reasons for all the so called “civil wars” in South America. Asia, and the Middle East. It is a business created by the CIA Destabilization of countries so “America and Israel” can do business on Wall Street at the expense of humanity. Butchering up sovereign lands is a simply business . . . believe me . . . better still, just see for yourself. I Believed in the US and Israel all my life until my eyes were opened to their unfathomable cruelty towards their fellow man . . . all in the name of “peace” and the Zionist New World Order.

      • Jordan

        Yes i’ve heard the zions in israel are paranoid, maniac, psychos who are tired of being the small guys in the middle east and yeah the Yinoy plan which entitles a greater israel. Clinton, Bush I, Bush II, obama, and now the most of all Trump are such heavy heavy supporters of Israel. trump openly jerked off israel at his inauguration i think. Its scary to watch. When he says he will immediately veto any sanction on israel… whyd he say that? Cuz they slaughter people in west bank and gaza. And theres that picture of trump and the israel guy i can never spell his name right and id wanna look it up and the saudi king with their hands on that glowing ball. That was their secret declaration of war against Iran. When they did that, they also promised to help israel gain greater israel. And this explains why Trump and his pentagon and cia supperiors want to help Saudi in Yemen by putting boots on the ground (cuz they cant get shit done theirselves[cuz their army is all high on opiods and other pills] ) but the us senate blocked that option. Its a crazy crazy world out there. And its sad to think that we common folk dont know jack s**t. I wish i could be a fly and be in the room of the higher ups. Assad admin, trump admin, crazy israel and pilled out saudis

  • John Whitehot

    probably the dead body isn’t even that of a syrian soldier, in all likeness is a killed jihadist.
    and the weapon is pretty much a standard russian hand grenade, like it says in the article, you must be mentally deficient to believe that it’s a chemical weapon.