Syrian War Report – July 4, 2017: Army Reportedly Receives Russian-made BMPT Terminator Combat Vehicles

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Syrian government forces, led by Liwa al-Quds and Hezbollah units, have further advanced against ISIS northeast of the Arak gas field in the eastern part of Homs province. Army troops and their allies have captured a number of hills and reached the important Rammim Hill west of the Hail gas field.  By controlling the Rammim Hill, government forces will be able to establish fire control over the vicinity of the Hail gas field and thus soon to retake the field from ISIS.  Doing so will also contribute to a wider effort aimed at liberating the strategic town of al-Sukhnah.

According to reports, government forces received an unknown number of Russian-made BMPT Terminator combat vehicles.  The vehicles will allegedly be used during the upcoming advance on Deir Ezzor.  If confirmed, this will be the first usage of the Russian-made armoured vehicle in a combat environment.

The US-led coalition has airdropped about 100-150 members of US-backed groups of the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) from the US-held Al-Tanf area in southeastern Syria to the Al-Shaddadi area in northeastern Syria, according to pro-militant media activists and media outlets.

According to reports, the goal of this move is to set a foothold for a US-backed advance on the government-held city of Deir Ezzor, besieged by ISIS terrorists.  Some sources suggest that the US is going to establish a coalition garrison in the border area. Jaysh Maghawir al-Thawra even declared the start of the offensive on Deir Ezzor.  However, without direct support from US-led coalition ground forces this seems as merely a PR move. Another obvious target for the US-led operation is the ISIS-held border town of al-Bukamal.

If reports are confirmed, this move will be considered as a common part of a wider US effort aimed at building a buffer zone between Syria and Iraq by seizing as much border area as possible, the goal being to prevent any cooperation between the Syrian and Iraqi militaries.

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), backed up by the US-led coalition, continued storming the ISIS-held part of Raqqah. Slow progress inside the city might be one of the reasons behind the US attempt to launch a separate operation in the border area with Iraq.

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  • Joe Doe

    As I was saying many times, SAA has to speed up its advances. Up to now, the SAA advances are very slow, therefore allows the ISIS to create defence lines and increase resistance. SAA has to improve tactics and advances to liberate East of Syria, before another front will open somewhere else in SYria

    • Turbofan

      This is so obvious.I am starting to wonder if there is a tactic at play here that we arent aware of..

      • Kell

        Once you know whos really behind things and (((their))) objectives and fears it makes the future pretty easy to predict, all you need is a few trends to map initially.

      • MeMadMax

        See the comments above.

      • Attrition47

        Perhaps no-one wats a untied army lest it topple the dynsasty.

    • Barba_Papa

      Thing is though, there is no Syrian army. 6 years of civil war have basically destroyed the Syrian national army. There is a force called the SAA, a shadow of its former self, there are semi-private armies like the Tiger Forces and Desert Hawks brigade. There is the NDF, there are other various militias like Liwa al-Quds, the Syrian Hezbollah, there’s the Lebanese Hezbollah, the Iranians are active, the Russians are active with their proxy forces like the 5th Assault Corps. In order to survive the Syrian state had to fragment itself. That creates a mountain of problems in coordinating all these forces. Which is not helped by the fact that before the civil war the Syrian army was about as much a joke as the Saudi army still is, only that has an infinite budget at its disposal.

      I’d say that the Syrian government apparatus resembles more a medieval feudal kingdom with Faraway king Assad in Damascus cajoling his local baron generals into using their personal armies. To which some seem to be more willing and capable then others. Considering all that, what has been achieved by the Russians and Iranians has been more or less spectacular. Yeah, it could have been a lot better, but you have to work with what you got, not wish what you’d like to have.

      • MeMadMax

        It’s actually been fragmented since before the war. The problem is these groups don’t come together as a single fighting force, they got their own objectives/goals/etc

        There is a glimmer of hope after aleppo thou.

      • Amir Irani

        You re absolutely right.
        But what I dont understand is how come no news from PMU anymore along the Iraqi border.

        • Kell

          Damn right – someone is hamstringing the future survival of iraq, iran and Syria, I advise them to find who it is and remove them with extreme predjudice if they to survive and not have their kids ritually sacrificed in JWO rape dungeons.,

          • Kell
          • Ma_Laoshi

            I don’t agree with all of your rhetoric but there’s nothing mysterious about this, right? CIA asset Ayad Allawi was in the news again the other day. When the Russian intervention started next door, many in Iraq wanted some of what they were serving. There are colorful stories of how much it cost the Dark Throne to have the Baghdad parliament vote the right way on these.

          • Kell

            Yes paid off Mafia pretending to represent the people are in every country, I think the PMU has the ears and the hearts of the people in Iraq, must be making the Mafia nervous, see Qatars 500 million donation to the PMU just before the Saudis began crying and throwing their toys out of the cot, interesting moves afoot.

            http://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/05/29/breaking-iraqi-popular-militias-reach-syria-border/

            Oh and yeah do tell if they mentioned how much did it cost the Empire to buy the Parlament off?
            Always curious as to how much these sort of deals cost.

          • Ma_Laoshi

            It went something like an American general threatening the parliament “if you invite the Russki’s in, then we’re out”. To which a parlementarian majority of course reacted “even better, two for one!” So then in a panic, the Dark Throne went for a plan B, and drew the checkbook.

            I don’t know concrete numbers from a reliable source. Going by those pellets full of dollars flown in after the original 2003 invasion, I’d say that Baghdad politicos are more expensive than their Washington counterparts.

          • G Dean VanGaya

            Plus the Saudi money to buy off the Iraqi generals to surrender to ISIS back 5 years ago, put the bidding standards up. I think Iraq is the world’s bottomless pit of bribery now… All the country runs on it, even the roads.

          • G Dean VanGaya

            Kurds are being played against each other by almost everybody. PMU, PKK, Peshmerga, Yzidi militias, are all stuck for months and months in petty politics. Peshmerga are allied with Turkey, PMU with Iran, PKK for revolution, they really have no one on their side, they’re the most impressive force really, totally boot strapped from the mountains. Just rediculous stand still for months and months in Western Iraq since February at least, mostly the KDP and Pesh playing total BS politics for control of a few towns and to try and drown the PMU out. It’s a cluster fuck of petty infighting, no grand conspiracy needed.

      • Trustin Judeau

        Exactly . People forget that before Russians came in , the goverment had problem capturing and holding few villages . There was losses in Idlib area, Daraa area , East Homs area and even Aleppo area . So what was achieved since November 2015 is pretty decent . This was the situation in September 2015 http://www.defensionem.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Syria-Sept-906×800.png . . And the overall situation now . https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/68/Syrian_Civil_War_map.svg/450px-Syrian_Civil_War_map.svg.png

        • Thegr8rambino

          Night and day :)))

        • MeMadMax

          Yea, back then, everything was at a standstill, despite what people were croaking. It was a standoff.
          I’m sure that if assad continued to hold out, the coalition against him would have fallen apart, which they are right now(saudi qatar infighting for example)

        • Ronald

          As you have more intel than myself , what do you think is brewing on the Jordan – Syrian border . Fars claims there is a large ISIS build up , any word ?

          • Ma_Laoshi

            I thought the uniform-change cross-dressing party mostly goes the other way? ISIS -> FSA -> SDF.

    • MeMadMax

      You really don’t know much about the SAA…
      It’s not an “army” in the way you think about a army. It’s a collection of groups, each with their own political, societal, and economical goals.
      The only branch that really is like a straightforward army is the republican guard. But even then it’s main objective is protecting damascus and the assad family. The NDF(national defense forces) is made up of conscripts that guard their home villages/towns. A local police force. The tiger forces, is the main offensive unit within syria. But it’s only got about a couple thousand men, and it’s only a “special forces” outfit. The desert hawks is only a brigade comprised of vets no longer in the regular army and usually fights for the oilfields. It’s not even funded by the syrian government, its a private army. And then you have the other minor outfits running around doing their own thing like the relatively new isis hunters that love fighting in the desert.

      So, there ya have it, almost all of the offensive fighting is done by a token force while the rest are busy defending shit. So give em a break. It’s actually quite impressive what they have achieved so far with so little…

      • Mountains

        achieved so far with so little? Come on bro. They have freaking superpower, Regional power, The Lebanese army, Hezbullah, PLO and other palestinian related groups supporting them. Wtih forces, air support. Ammos, Weaponry etc etc but still find themselves in nearly a 7-year old war. ISIS becoming an enemy to everyone has also help them meaning even the rebels had to fight them eventually.

        If anything they have underperformed considering the help they have recieved

      • Ma_Laoshi

        Thanks for the explanation. Made me wonder though: when say USAF bombs the Marines, are we even sure it’s always an accident?

        • Tudor Miron

          No, we are not.

      • Rodney Loder

        And don’t forget the Tiger Forces are now entirely on r&r why figh when the rebels are about to lose all their patrons, Uncle Kim Jong Un is doing all the political restructuring, israel will get sold out✓ pushed under the bus✓floated down the river✓ when Trump is unmasked as a military fraud.

        • Kell

          You think trump will sell Israel out?
          Seems the jews have got a noose around his neck at the moment but I always wondered who the true powers behind Trump were, many suspected a faction within the military industrial complex.

          • Rodney Loder

            He’s being mind controlled by Freemasons (telepathic experts) these control freaks have psyched him out, probably he isn’t even aware of it in his conscious capacity, I’ve experienced this ordeal all my life and seen these evil thieves mind controlling many close relatives of mine, but I think anyone they target is vulnerable, however even in spite of their enormous influence never not even once did I support these jewish Christian Freemasons, Trump when and if he realises what they are doing to him will drop israel faster than a speeding bullet.

      • DonNeedNoStinkinUserName

        Have to disagree with your description of the SAA as not an army per se. The SAA – the Syrian Arab Army IS the state army of Syria just as the US Army is the US Army. They are working with militia groups such as Tiger Force etc but the SAA IS a properly structured, national army.

        • MeMadMax

          You don’t know what you are talking about.
          I already said tiger forces are a special forces outfit, they are not militia…
          Only republican guard is like an army that we are accustomed to.

          • DonNeedNoStinkinUserName

            You said the the SAA was not an army . . that is exactly what they are – Syrian Arab ARMY . . . Properly constituted with divisions, companies, generals, colonels, the whole bit AN ARMY. assisted by all the other NON Army groupings . Tiger Force ETC.

          • MeMadMax

            lol, what are you, a rock? >_>

        • Wahid Algiers

          Exactly. SAA overtook new conspripts from e. g. Aleppo City at last. If SAA weren’ t a regular army they would overtake volunteers – paid or unpaid. And every young man who takes one month free time after college has to spend two month more at the army (SAA). New law. So you see, normal procedures, regular army.

        • Valery Grigoryev

          Tiger Forces are not a “militia”. It is a professional elitary PMC like our Wagner Group or American Blackwater.
          As well as Desert Hawks, which are special forces combatment, initially intended to protect oilfields.
          NDF is a militia.

          • DonNeedNoStinkinUserName

            Yeah – not part of the army.

      • G Dean VanGaya

        Thanks for this good clarification. I always wondered.

    • Kell

      The Syrians wont be able to get there for months at the earliest – if anyones going to do anything its going to have to be the PMU.
      Even if they took the damn border North of the Euphrates like they said they were going to do and move West in the desert areas to take the oilfields and block US/SDF advances leaving the Euphrates valley and cities to the SAA/Russians when they finally turn up.
      If they cant get their Shia Crescent they are dead – the writtings on the wall, the jews/neocons wont stop until they have destroyed Syria, Iraq and Iran the Shia Cres was their only hope of long term survival and in turn threaten Israels survival – they are pissing this away as we speak.

      • Thegr8rambino

        They have already boxed in the Americans at all tanf, dear ezzor is holding up still, and they are getting closer to it everyday. Relax and trust and believe SAA will prevail :)))

      • Ma_Laoshi

        Few people here are willing to hear this, it’s triumphalism left and right. Progress victory. I guess the US would like a major push south from current SDF holdings, but SDF themselves feel they’ve been dying enough for Raqqa already. An injection of FSA trash may get them out of their pickle.

        • Kell

          Yes I think they will make a run down the border not engaging Isis but holding empty desert giving the US the pretext to set up Special forces and Fire support bases to “Support” SDF/FSA in the area but are only there to block Shia forces linking up and eventually take the oil East of Deir Ezzor.

          • Ronald

            You do have their M/O down , not only block the crescent , but steal the good oil wells , and all with just a couple of hundred men .

          • Kell

            What a waste, could have been avoided if PMU were let off the leash, now they will all suffer.

          • Ronald

            Although there may be some “quiet” action on the Iraqi side that they (PMU’s) know better than to brag about , that is my hope , at any rate .
            Russia or Iran could still air lift in on the east side of the river of DZ , but without intel , hard to know if that is even possible .

          • Kell

            Or they could claim they just moved a PMU group already in Syria North East to secure the border.
            If the Iraqi PMU havent got down the border though they would be exposed and on their own, they only have to sit out in the desert and take up space until the SAA arrives in the Euphrates valley.

          • Ronald

            Water is the problem with the desert , that might be possible on the Iraqi side .
            The USAF is probably very fearful of the PMU’s , as they are spoiling their game plans , and so with their “eye in the sky” keep a very close watch on them , or at least try to . And in the long run , it all boils down to , can Iran or Russia take out the satellites feeding US eyes . China has shown it can .

          • Kell

            S-400 can target space assets but space is off limits for some global reason, Russa and America actually cooperate very closely in space, its almost as if different rules apply once offworld.

          • Ronald

            The problem with taking out satellites , is it creates a mine field , way up there .
            If that happens , no space exploration will be possible , as any space craft would be punctured by flying debris . The problem with not taking out satellites , is it leaves the US in complete control .

          • Kell

            Russians and Chinese also have satalites though, and GPS ie GLOSNASS, the US doesnt have exclusive access anymore although I do suspect they have many hidden things up their sleaves as do the Russians.

          • Bill Wilson

            Syrian oil is low grade very sour heavy garbage nobody wants to buy unless it’s been blended with quality lighter crudes. Those Deir Azzor fields have been petering out since 2000 and require expensive EOR techniques to get anything out. The Kurds control the best fields since they contain sweet light crudes and wet gas.

          • Kell

            Wow finally a comment of some interest contributing to the conversation, much apreciated.

          • Ronald

            You may be right , but Syria will need every dollar it can raise from its oil in order to rebuild the nation . Five years of war has taken its toll .

          • Kell

            The heavy stuff can be refined hell the Germans in WWII and South Africans in the 80s made Diesel and other products from Coal by running it through a cracker and a Fischer-Tropsch reactor, helped both nations survive embargos.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/53c95595127c98efde91e89c9322e1f657aa96fd6786de910663f2bea08036ab.jpg

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    • Thegr8rambino

      Are you kidding? They have retaken like over 15,000 sq km in a few months time, bringing daesh to its knees, and outsmarting and outmaneuvering even the great “Mattis” what a moron that guy is turning out to be lmao

      • Bill Wilson

        Those losers took over territory that was abandoned by ISIS. The Sissy Arab Army doesn’t have the balls to take on ISIS in a face to face fight and runs away every time Daesh attacks them.
        The US/FSA cleared out ISIS from the SE desert so those nitwit Shia Militias could advance all the way to the border. Now those sorry SAA militias are stuck with the task of clearing out ISIS from the Euphrates Valley. The Iraqi’s pulled back their PMU units since It’s Syria’s fight and not theirs. Mattis wisely snookered in those idiots so ISIS can wipe them out. Assad keeps the Hezbollah and Iranian pigs at the front lines for the same reason since they’ll become a royal PITA after ISIS is defeated by causing trouble in Lebanon.

        • Thegr8rambino

          You are dead wrong about everything you just said. Have you forgotten to take your looney pills today?

        • Kell
        • Wahid Algiers

          Hey hillbilly. Is the neighbors son just fucking your wife and told you to count the chicken in the stable? So do it and do not post your bullshit here, you stupid US guy who favors Israel scum.

          • Kell

            American Boomers are renowned for their stupidity and selfishness, having being given everything (highest living standard ever) by their parent the greatest generation that fought WWII they have successfully destroyed every nation in the West because of their own greed.
            Most likely this guy is a fat urbanite that has 6 investment homes and plays golf all day while his grandchildren work 3 jobs just to be able to eat.
            Their favorite saying is “Israel is our greatest ally” and constantly give Irael billions while their country collapses around them.
            Actually most of the hillbillies are much wiser to the way the world works and thats why the jew run media constantly attack them.
            This is a protest of Hillbilly’s against jewish (Soros) funded Antifa in Pikeville Kentucky the other day.
            They know who everyones enemy is

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f98982af656732b828d22692d1aed560a0f9df17e470519e0fa395f741985b02.jpg

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          • Ma_Laoshi

            No Kell: people with Nazi swastika tattoos making Nazi salutes are not hillbillies, they’re Nazis of course. I rented an apartment once with American hillbillies, and they feel unfairly smeared by liberal media–often for good reason. You are smearing (non-Nazi) hillbillies in your own way.

          • Kell

            No mate they are normal rural folk rising up against the slander and attempted genocide of them by the Globalist elite.
            Matt Heimbachs organization organized the rally in a formerly rural town turning into a swipple university town with the TRS guys.
            The young lady with the Swastika was acually a local gal who was wondering what all the commotion was and checked out the rally and when she did she jumped the barricades to join haha.
            *******
            Warning guys dont listen to TRS radio you may well be redpilled.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/c05381c11f406f6ab1dca693bbd48420a34e7f6b1f8592193f5741ceebc5d912.jpg

          • Concrete Mike

            I dont like you labeling regular joes and janes hillbillies. Thé non urbanized population is the last glimmer of hope for America. Thé urbanites have been poisoned by media and fake liberalism.

            Before labeling people left and right that you dont know think twice ofbwhat your saying. Your statements Cam easily be manipulated and turned against us.

          • Kell

            Oh no dont get me wrong, I absolutely agree, crush the urbanite!
            I was attempting to explain to Wahid (assuming hes from the Middle East somewhere) how it really works in Western countries and not to buy into the jewish medias slander of normal good hearted rural folk in the West.

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/56ee15f4f239528c91f8a252dbcb1d9f22219654a7b857c4ad806bd7c1f33a5c.png

            Yep Hillbillies was his words and I wanted to show him that these “Hillbillies” were infact his natural allies.

    • Wahid Algiers

      The terrain everywhere is very difficult and ISIS throw all in. After the liberation of Souknah the machine will roll. At T4 also. Same when eastern Hama countryside has fallen and for sure, when the Tigers will be not needed anymore at the present front line and are ready to march. Deir Ezzor will be reach within the next 2-3 weeks, believe me.

      • Jacek Wolski

        3 weeks??? That is a bold prediction. But I’ll bite my to tongue and bide my time.

        • Wahid Algiers

          2-3 weeks is enough time to get Souknah, eastern Hama Coutryside and to push from the south – 3 options to reunite with the SRG and Hezbollah fighters in Deir Ezzor city. The road after Souknah to DE City will be blitzed.

      • Kell

        Yes I hope you are right but by this time the US will hold the border and be completing its first lot of special forces and fire support bases shades of Al-Tanf.
        Once they are there it will be very difficult if not impossible to remove.

        • Wahid Algiers

          Russians and Iranians have made an agreement to prevent an great style US intervention in Syria and I do think that includes Deir Ezzor CS and City.

          • Kell

            Dont underestimate the boldness of the Zio-Empire they are shameless, objectives at any cost.
            They are Blackjack players ie games of chance against Russian and Chinese chess players ie long term strategy, the Russians have been caught by them before the last straw evidently Libya but they have also been caught several times in Syrian now, they are not called the Empire of Chaos for no reason.
            We know their objectives I dont know why Russia doesnt head them off at the pass instead of waiting to be blocked before reacting causing painful unnecessary losses and constant strategic hold ups?

  • Kell

    The Iraqies need to pull their finger out and fkn quick, if the US block the border they will not get it back and their Shia Crecsent is dead – they will then be picked off one by one ending with Iran.,
    We know the play book,. we can see the trends,. we know (((whos))) behind all this their objectives and fears so get a fkn move on.
    PMU should have had the whole border Nth of the Euphrates liberated by now and would be in a position to strike West if required.
    The Syrians/Russians are to far away and wont be in the area for months.
    Move now or die!

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3374f97ac0cffbf289d94e537254a208c86ebeff1d6f4acbfd6e1e65bba438ea.png

    • Kell
      • Kell
        • Ma_Laoshi

          I never know how literally to take these: yes too many jews seem open to the idea of running the entire world; doesn’t necessarily mean they’re going to get it. But it raises the question whether young, ambitious Md. bin Salman realizes that KSA could be on the menu as well?

          • Kell

            Well the Al Saud tribe is jewish, hence its close ties with israel, Wahabism is a variation of old school Judaism essentially.
            On the menu? Saudi, Israel and US deep state? Quite possibly but they have proven very resilient so far, no attrocity is to much but we will see how long this lasts.

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          • Kell

            Not really British though – the jewish Rothschild (Banking), Warburg (Banking), Sassoon (British East India company), Schiff (Banking) families took over the Bank of England and established the “City of London” a private city state that runs world finance and unsurped the native peoples of the British isles, these are the people responsible for such schemes not the British.

            https://www.henrymakow.com/000447.html

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          • tigbear

            There are new people now, creating their own power centers. There is Sheldon Adelson of casino wealth. He’s calling the shots now in some areas, such as the election of Trump. Netanyahu is working more with these people nowadays, and with the Russian oligarchs.

            The Rothschilds etc have become “gentilized”. They don’t want to be associated with the Zionists much these days. For example, Jemima Goldsmith is helping Julian Assange, thinking that Assange is fighting the Big Machine.

          • tigbear

            And of course, the rabid Zionists of today, such as the Likudniks, Alex Jones, Roger Stone etc hate Rockefeller. Rockefeller had Jewish antecedents apparently (though not confirmed). These modern Zionists dislike Rockefeller and Rothschild, thinking they have crossed over to the other side, and like to deflect blame for everything they, the modern Zionists, do, such as the September 11 attacks, on the Rothschilds and Rockefellers.

            By doing this, they get to get the attention diverted away from THEM and onto these Jews they don’t like much.

          • tigbear

            We have to realize there is a sort of war going on between the Likud Jews and the Soros lefty-type Jews. It’s well-hidden, and occasionally the two sides will show a united front, such as in the issue of the so-called Holocaust and their hate for nationalists, personified by the Nazis, who were the only ones who were able to accomplish much in defeating their power, but who were ultimately outplayed by the Jews, who tricked them into attacking the USSR.

            People should focus less on these old banking families and pay attention to the oligarchs that are very much involved in Israel’s policies around the world.

        • Valery Grigoryev

          Crazy fantasy, nothing else.

          • Kell

            Well that crazy fantasy has caused hundreds of thousands of innocent deaths so far with more to come so it doesnt matter if you consider it crazy or fantasy its a plan being implimented right now and is causing mass deaths and destruction everywhere in the region.
            Knowing the ultimate end game of a perpetrator can help you counter its moves.

          • Valery Grigoryev

            Some people are sure that the Earth is flat, and they sincerely believe in that:) Idiots exist everywhere, and Israel is not an exception. And those antisemits who believe in “Great Israel” too.

          • Kell

            Indeed but luckily for us flat earthers are not killing hundreds of thousands of people.

          • Wahid Algiers

            The Zios are working for a greater Israel, that is a fact.

          • G Dean VanGaya

            Right now I think Israel is for sure getting most of the South of Syria. That is just the facts on the ground. So everyone who writes Kell off (as much as I like to write off the lizzard, zionist, whatever conspiracy) is refusing to pay attention to reality right now. Israel just saw the destruction of all of Syria and is about to secure the biggest, newly discovered oil field in the region.

          • DonNeedNoStinkinUserName

            A crazy theory is it ?? Like Kell says below, there’s nothing theoretical about the 100’s of 1000’s of dead Syrians. Ersatz Israel or Greater Israel is no “crazy fantasy” . . . . it was formulated back at the very start of the Zionist movement in the 19th century & has been front & centre of (((their))) thinking & planning ever since. Do some research pal – you make yourself look really uninformed . . . or a troll

          • Bill Wilson

            You’re a fuckin’ idiot like the rest of these brain-dead commenters.

          • Kell
          • G Dean VanGaya

            lol. I think if direct, participatory democracy, with the feminism and co-operative economics wins, then all the ruling classes can watch their plans go to dust. Support Tev-Dem and the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria. Divide and rule has no hope when people in their communities govern themselves, know each other, and control their own self-defense.

          • Wahid Algiers

            Shut up hillbilly. Has the neighbors guy finished to fuck your wife during your census on your chicken in your stable?

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    • Ma_Laoshi

      If success in Syria is conditioned on the cohesion or competence of the Iraqi government, the loyalists are building on thin ice indeed.

      • Kell

        Only as long as it takes to get the Iranians/PMU in power proper then things may well change.

        • Ma_Laoshi

          And yet this instinct “now it’s our time to be the boss here” is also

          • Kell

            Yes the Shia probaly should run Iraq, they are going to lose Kurdestan anyway but that makes a Kurdless Iraq eaisier to run anyway, with only Sunni’s to worry about things may start getting a bit more straight forward and directed especially when closely backed by iran.

          • G Dean VanGaya

            Tev-Dem is achieving a true pluralism with their direct democracy. Check it out.

    • Dot

      Turkey will attack PMU from the north.

      • G Dean VanGaya

        Erdogan is inviting civil war in Turkey itself if he corners the Kurds in Syria and Iraq. Turkey will be next, and not out of an Israeli plan, but because a revolutionary warrior people won’t be denied for another generation.

    • G Dean VanGaya

      The Kurds have been too busy infighting and blockading the YPG and PKK.

  • Thegr8rambino

    Very nice, use them to extinguish anyone with ill will for Syria painfully :)))