US Officially Warns Syrian Army From Attacking Militants In Southern Syria

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On May 26, the US Department of State released an official statement, in which it warned the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) from launching a military operation in southern Syria. The US claimed that such operation will be a violation of the US-Russian de-escalation zone, which was imposed in July of 2017.

“The United States remains committed to maintaining the stability of the southwest de-escalation zone and to the ceasefire underpinning it. We also caution the Syrian regime against any actions that risk broadening the conflict or jeopardize the ceasefire,” the department of State said in its statement.

The US also vowed to take “firm and appropriate measures” in response to any attack of the SAA in southern Syria and accused Russia, the SAA and Iran of violating several de-escalation zones and stonewalling the Geneva process.

“Assad regime, with the support of Russia and Iran, has repeatedly violated these de-escalation zones, most recently in its brutal assault on East Ghouta. The Assad regime and its allies continue to prolong the conflict by ignoring their own de-escalation agreements and stonewalling the Geneva process,” said the Department of State.

US Officially Warns Syrian Army From Attacking Militants In Southern Syria

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During the last few weeks, the SAA and Russia began their preparations to launch a large-scale military operation against the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) in southern Syria. From its side, Iran announced that it will not participate in such operation.

Local observers believe that the upcoming military operation will cause significant tension between the US and the SAA and could lead to a limited military confrontation similar to the skirmishes we saw in al-Tanaf and Deir Ezzor.

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  • Nuno Cardoso da Silva

    Hilarious!… The Syrian legitimate government is not allowed to exert its sovereign power on parts of its territory!… Americans are insane and must be treated like mad dogs…

    • lSlS

      May Allah forgive us, and all Muslims.
      https://youtu.be/AUjHb4C7b94?t=6m

    • Dr. Pro Liv

      I don’t say I do not agree. I just say you are not being realistic.
      So how do you suggest SAA proceeds to acquire that objective?
      (to treat US like mad dogs)?

      I have grown up in communism and have listened empty meaningful slogans for very long time.
      I have learned that empty meaningful slogans do not become reality by shouting them all the time.

      • Goodoldinandout

        Dosledan imenu.

      • Nod

        you babble.

        It is not unrealistic to defend oneself.

        • Dr. Pro. Liv.

          Everything you say is “unrealistic”.
          Syria “defends herself” over the Russian presence only.
          Without them they would end up being another Libya (with or without Iranian presence that wouldn’t change much)

          • Nod

            “Syria “defends herself” over the Russian presence only.”

            I never said otherwise.

            The rest of it was butthurt based , irrelevant babble.

            7 sentences and you never made one comment with relevant or factual information.

            If you are tired, then you should be in bed. You certainly should not be making foolish replies to clever people.

    • Starlight

      Assad’s only effective (sometimes) ally is a zionist appeaser who gives the greenlight (in ADVANCE) to every jewish strike on innocent humans in Syria. The SAME appeaser who choose the sick twisted mass murdering jew leader of Israel to party with him at the recent celebrations in Russia. The same appeaser who has voted at the UNSC to assist the USA in each of its post-9/11 wars of extermination (most recently with Russia’s votes AGAINST the people of Yemen and N Korea at the UNSC).

      That zionist appeaser, of course, is Putin- whose appeasement is so ongoing and inexplicable, even TheSaker has been forced to acknowledge it so he can continue to give the impression of being a legitimate speaker on our side (clue- he ain’t).

      So who here thinks Trump fears Putin the appeaser? Did Hitler fear any of his appeasers during his road to WW2? Putin does exactly one thing well- prepare Russia for the Final Conflict- the last war in which we all lose.

      America was set to invade Syria- but Putin’s craven agreement to Syria’s partition, and his ongoing willingness to let the jews murder and destroy whatever they wish in Syria made that invasion unneccesary- allowing the Deep State to fully focus on the Iran War. As an industrialised muslim nation, Syria has been set back for decades- all the jews desired. So spite aside, the jews consider Syria “mission accomplished”. Now the target is Iran.

      Trump is set to declare war on Iran this September (on the anniversay of 9/11, which Trump will claim was an IRANIAN act of terror). What focus does SF give to the preparations for this war- NONE!. And that’s the whole point, I’m sorry to say. To ensure no-one here considers what really matters, and how Putin is doing his best to do nothing to interrupt the path to this coming holocaust.

      • AM Hants

        Syria is a sovereign nation and is not ruled by Russia or President Putin. Russia, is lending a hand, at the request of Syria. Remember what things were like back before September 2015? What would you suggest Russia does, whilst a guest in a sovereign nation?

        • Val Shadowhawk

          Exactly!!

        • Boris Kazlov

          Russia should back its ally, at least provide defensive weapons, if it is to be credible. U$AIPAC has tested Russian resolve many times and found it lacking, so they are encouraged.

          • Jens Holm

            Russia do, but they are not puppets of Assads havingb their own agenda and enemies.

            Therefore they allow Israeliens to attack Hebollah and Iran there with limitations.

          • Nod

            Its called foreign relations, and we are not sure why they do what they do. What we do know. is no one helped Saddam or Qaddafi, and they died. Then the oil, and the gold, and the strategic position went to the fascist globalists.

            Pretty sure, that was a lesson learned for Russia.

            So just like America ask its facist partners like the UK, Canada, France et al, to help with the imperialism, Russia surely finds the same value from the help of it own allies.

            Someone else to take the heat. For whatever reason.

          • Jens Holm

            Thanks for Your explanations. I agree about fascism, but Globalis YES.

            You seems to forget, that our ownerships – especially in west – are based og shareholders, så the big companies are for all of them. Fx my pensionsfond own a lot of parts of many oil companies and by that give me and all of us profit.

            So USA, France, France, Canda and even our own limited oil and gas is owned by the ones, which buy and get stocholders.

            Danish big companies like Maersk and Vestas is like that too. They are not danish owned.

            In Denmark I only know Lego is private owned.

            And You are wrong about USA. The companies of theirs are not owned by the Stat. But true the goverment of theirs protect them, but many others do that too as well as making relevent critsims and sometimes less then needed.

            If You take BP and Shell being in Russia its true, but reasons are well descriebed. Many russian oil- and gas fields has went into giving not much or are even given up for being empty.

            Well, Russians have not invented technology for taking up the rest. So empty for them suddenly is 4-5 times more oil and gas as well as they get some profit in stead of none.
            ……………………………..

            Syria is a good example for that too. They mention many old oilfields as well as the gas-ones are dry. They are for them using ancient technology. Even russians can get at least some more oil up from there.
            …………………………….

            So whats the problem. Assads dont invest and therefore dont get anýthing too. Even a farmer can see, if You doint feed a cow or a goat, it gives no milk.
            And I see it all over inclusive Saudis. They prefare to do nothing but collecting the profit and partly share it with parts of their population.
            …………………………….

            You also can argue for who has to get how much around it, but they are not participaters. They hardly are, where the real money is. They only are in crude oil even all kinds of plastic makes the money.

            Fx Syria even its told USA only are for oil are not even able to produce simple common plastic buckets for the local market even they have/had many 10.000 unimployed, which relative easy should be upgraded into making simple producs as well as the rest of the world with cheep labour.
            ……………………………

            I dont know what that is. But I have no respect for naming Your own imcompetent laziness in all phases apart from war as id the fascist of ours are the sinnes for that.

            You are not – if You live in that region – able to copy the good parts of the rest of the world into Yours. You even do Your best to make Your women more stupid then that.

            And we do know. Syrian refugees comming here in their brain are family thinking all the time and mixted rooms. The Men are the big rulers of the the whole world or at least all homes in Syria excpecting their women to be obeying stupidist, which is theirs because they are bought as slaves.

            We even see it in Your parlament proposals. No changes of any value apart from commas. Women of 14 proposed as being married for candy and nwe clothe. Or Syrian women married by foreigners outside Syria having children cant get citcenship for the children as well as the husbond – BUT if a Syrian man get a Foreign wife in another country an make children, they ALL c´can come home and soon after all get Syrian passports and ID.

            You define as all the clothe they have to wear, they are not to trust as if they made all the politics and war. I only see the opposite even there are a few femnale boneheads in the socalled parlament of Syria.

          • Nod

            “You seems to forget, that our ownerships – especially in west – are based og shareholders, så the big companies are for all of them”

            I also know something that you must have missed in your travels…

            The bankers, own all the transnational corporations. Most of them anyhow. Science says…

            “So no, it’s not a hyperbole to say the Banking System is One. We’re not overstating the case when we say it’s just one massive cartel. That the banks own everything, including all the major industries. Oil, Weapons, Pharmaceuticals, Food, Telecom and IT, etc. It’s all one massive monopoly. Controlled from the top down “

            ’A total of 737 control 80% of it all”

            The Money Power is real and these Swiss gentlemen have done us a favor by crunching the numbers.”

            Please Google “The network of global corporate control”

            I got nothing to say about the rest of it. No point.

          • Jens Holm

            Wrong again. You can be owner or investor in most of the danish banks in the same way as me and any dane.

            True some are private owned, but most of them are not, so as a minimum, You can give them a loan named as share or stock, and get some of the profit.

            I have 1 A share for one bank and many as B shares. As a mini-mini share holder, its allowed to come to their annual meating and talk as any of those, which have for millions. My 1 A share is given to a socalled mini-investor group for that bank, and we are so many, so we have 1 one 9 seats in the Leadership. So we do have influence at the top as well by good ragumention and a heavy representation.

            You always comes with Your Rockefellers and Rotchilds just as You too often show the bad parts of our kind of countries. Bank dont own everything, because we mainly own the banks too.

            Above those we have a conroller and a moderater in Denmark named as the National bank. They run if we spend to much as private persons or make money by the coutry fx printing some more or taking some in and burn them.

            So the Goverments control that and agreements with others fx in WTO and EU. But as written before, many owners of our banks are outside our country and we are depended.

            You should lidten to the Trump critisism. Here Trump forget, that important parts of the production to benefit for americans in USA actually are produced in China very cheep and many Chines companies actual are american. Chines also own parts of USA as well as having stored a lot of dollars.

            So if Trump actually hit fx China hard, the dollar can lower a lot and we see it here in Denmark. We for many yesr has been in the A ++ being a safe haven if anything goes wrong.

            Now many, many billions are floating to us and make an artificial high presure on anything. The only good thing is we make more money for our export, but if our currency go up more then today, others will buy anywhere else.

            We are “Momentary rich for nothing” and dont want a 2008 collapse.

            Thats how world ecomy is. Its a myth banks own as much as its said. banks mainly are not private owned and only a part of the whole thing.

            If any, I would say WTO has the biggest influance and China by its protecting the owned by every chine Yuan.

          • Nod

            “Wrong again.”

            only an idiot, rejects science for their own ignorance.

            “”You can be owner or investor in most of the danish banks in the same way as me and any dane.””

            This was funny. Made me LOL.

            “. Bank dont own everything, because we mainly own the banks too.”

            Fucking idiot babbling how your ignorance is knowledge. You own nothing you brainless chimp.You pay into a ponzi scheme, and you are too stupid to see it, and too stupid to understand it. While you are also too stupid to understand how it gets that way.

            WTO organization is a globalist tool, idiot. Just like NATO, the UN, the U.S., the U.K., Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the Worlds banks are.

            Do you even know the governing organization of your banks ?

            Do you know what ponzi scheme means ?

            Do Danes drink fluoride ?

            ” wealth of richest 1% equal to other 99%”

            “The three richest people in the US own as much wealth as the bottom half of the nation’s population”

            “. The world’s wealthiest individuals, those owning over $100,000 in assets, total only 8.6 percent of the global population but own 85.6 percent of global wealth.”

            dimwitted fuck. Please find another idiot like yourself to prattle on with your opinionated bullshit will ya,. I prefer science, logic, and reason.

          • Jens Holm

            Of course WTO is a globalist supporting and not supporting things. And Yes I do know most of the ´governing tha banks. No different to most other private productions.

            We have insights as private stocholders if and when we have have decing stockimgs, Our Goverment has, EU has and WTO.

            And we do try to keep them in line by control and more control fx having less tax free countries and dealying and awoiding illegal money flow.

            It does say, we try to and remain. Moses told all, taht killing was allowed. People still do. Thats how it is.

            WTO makes world trade easy and possible and also loan moneys to the ones, which can pay back with interest. Its no Eid party with no limits. Even Fiestas like that mainly make a lot of sense meeting relatives, giving gifts, thank Your God and having the best food during the year.

            We dont drink flourid. We have none and its added in our toothpaste to avoid holes in our teaths killing bacterias. I know its poison if You take too much in it and should avoid it.

            ……………………………….

            About the wealht You are correct in numbers, burt You forget, that most of the low income are based in own reasons, where You should only blame Yourself.

            We as rich has given a lot og help in very different ways. The main part is food and medical. And whats the result. You do the same as You alway have and just become 10 times as many within less then 100 years. Of course that remain people poor.

            You can see we are added like double in 100 years, but our BNP has raised 10-15 times(I dont have the numbers). So we have a bigger income pr capita by that.

            And how: Well that includes taking and stealing from the poor, but if You see the middle east, then oil still was only for lamps.

            Our wealt is based on school, education, skills, hard work and based on equal right for jobs including women almost doubling it.

            So the possible changes mainly are in Your mind and menthality. See the KURDS. those are the only ones in Your whole regions, which have a good plan for a better future.

            And what do You do. Those are the poorest You cant see there apart from som few beduins and poor in the towns.

            You fight them hard and even blame them for every thing bad and more into. How can Youi write like 99% is poor and then deliberatly deny even the poorest to double the poorest in Your own part. They are still in the mode, where many have time and need for making their own clothe and almost all tools.

            But some of You can effort to b uy weapons and kill that opposition for no change.

            As I wrote: Those companies are not own by a few persons, so You have to subtract shares from mine and many others small fortunes and pension fonds.

            A very big part of the world could improve their condition very much by changing them and we do try to avoid the badest things in low incommers making cheep thimngs for us given alnost nothing for it.

            But heir goverments and their local populations support it like they support Assad or prefare Jihadisme.

            Fine if You You clean Your own house first. We clean here too even You think its not enough – But we do.

          • AM Hants

            Syria is a sovereign nation, Governed by democratically elected leaders. Russia is lending a hand, at the request of the Sovereign Nation.

            Is the Syrian Government or President Assad complaining at the type of assistance Russia is providing?

            https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0ada5ef4cb21799a2f39be36d0e067607837aa87b5154634172bf0e3046aab94.jpg

            What state was Syria in, before September 2015, when Russia arrived to lend a helping hand? What state are they in today, not forgetting the assistance of Iran and Hebullah?

          • Nod

            Starlight must have dated a Russian woman who dumped him for being too small, too broke, or too stupid.

            He has an irrational hate of all that is Russian. And as with every prejudice argued by any person, the prejudice makes him sound plain stupid.

          • AM Hants

            He has an irrational hate of all that is Russian. And as with every prejudice argued by any person, the prejudice makes him sound plain stupid.

            ………….

            That is so true.

          • Nod

            Because you do not understand strategy, does not make it how your ignorance beLIEves it to be.

            Syria is STILL sovereign. Unlike Iraq and Libya, Russia has done enough to make that a reality, without giving excuse to the globalists to attack her..

        • jabirujoe .

          The “Housewife from Hampshire” has spoken and as usual makes clear and concise arguments and reasoning.

          • AM Hants

            Thanks Jabirujoe.

      • JustPassingThrough

        why do you need so many words to say nothing?
        and then in CAPS. lmao

        • Jens Holm

          I think he tells a lot and too many here only are able to think in one liners.

          Startlight could have been a few lines shorter, but its also about the very different readers here.

          You dont have to read his and mine as well. We might not even read for You but more like confirming, there is more then one oppion about things – and allowed here with limitations – of course.

          • JustPassingThrough

            what are you talking about?

          • Jim Prendergast

            He is talking about people expressing differing opinions in this forum.

          • JustPassingThrough

            Thanx. so you can answer these questions for me.

            “I think he tells a lot and too many here only are able to think in one liners.”
            >Who “tells a lot?”

            “Startlight could have been a few lines shorter,”
            >which lines?

            “You dont have to read his and mine as well.”

            who is “his”

            and where do i find “mine” ‘s commentary?

            What does this mean?
            “We might not even read for You but more like confirming,”

            thanks for your help. 😸

          • Nod

            And that is clever socialization by our masters., teaching the herd that their opinions are meaningful….

            Constant bullshit and in fighting, while facts are ignored,

            “Too often we… enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.” John F. Kennedy

          • Nod

            opinions are like assholes, everyone has one, and most of them stink. Because the world was educated thus…

            Starlight is a prejudiced sock puppet with nothing to say except ignorance. Only able to fool the idiots.

            Problem is, we THINK. He babbles opinions as knowledge. Those who cannot think, beLIEve his opinionated ignorance, is knowledge.

            Logic and reason, always show the ignorance for what it is.

            Starlight sells ignorance, fixated on Putin like a dog on a bone. Maybe, he wants a little bit of Putin’s bone….

            And Starlight is too stupid to understand the difference between a Zionist, and a Jew.

            “”I think he tells a lot and too many here only are able to think in one liners.””

            I think YOU think that his opinionated ignorance, and your opinionated agreement to his ignorance, are knowledge. At least with respect to the babble he posted above.

            “There is a cult of ignorance …, and there has always been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.”

            ― Isaac Asimov

          • Jens Holm

            Thanks. I feel better, but I dont see those owners as narrowed as You.

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            Only “ASSHOLE” IS YOU ARROGANT BITCH !

          • Nod

            Did you have a nice cry ?

            LOL

      • Nod

        you babble irrelevant hate against Putin. You blame globalist imperialism, on Putin. Educated in America were you ?

      • Nod

        “being a legitimate speaker on our side ”

        Who side would that be, dimwit ?

        The jew haters like yourself ?

        The Putin haters like yourself ?

    • Val Shadowhawk

      It truly boggles the imagination the sheer hubris of these war mongering thugs. Agreed!

    • Rob

      May God protect all Muslims from Zionists Jews. Ameen.

      • Nod

        may we all stop trying to dominate each other pursuant inequality and bullshit religions…

    • frankly

      I often don’t get the jokes that everyone else seems to. When I press the issue it turns out the others just laughed as it seemed the right thing to do, they don’t get it either.

      I wonder if the Syrians are laughing?

      • Jens Holm

        Its differences in cultures as well as kind of English.

        I dont blame arab and turkish language to be more simple, but it is. It cant say a lot of things which my western english can. That certainly include jokes and ironi. Also a lot is totally different, bacause men and women apart from toilet and changing clothe are in the same rooms working together and women are leaders of men, if they are the best for the jobs.

        By that telling, that also make funny situations and jokes, but also we dont have to protect our women and hardly think about it as well.

        I am sure that wont give any full answer, but thats a part of it.

        We might see a new stunt here next weak. Some Hijab women comes into a place, where they dont like that. The people there calls the police, and the police tell them to take them off. And the vomren are naked under it :)

        The joke is, that Hijabs are not forbidden, but nakedness is forbidden an the police tell them to.

  • D-Ma Ayak

    Well, waiting for real showdown between US and Russian militaries. Putin knows of this impending threat which is why he deployed Kalibr launch vehicles to the Mediterranean. Oh yeah. I would leave the rest for time to spell them out.

    • David Pryce

      Russia will only fire upon forces who endanger its MP or Military
      It’s full resources to respond to any attack are in the region
      On land Sea and air the Bear 🐻 awaits

      • D-Ma Ayak

        Shouldn’t wait any longer. It’s time Russia faces up to US bully or else it risks Losing face. Who will risk buying much hyped Russian S-00s if they are not used to challenge US air superiority?

        • ruca

          I would prefer to “lose face”, than to destroy the world

          • D-Ma Ayak

            Limited confrontation ain’t going
            to end the world. Deep state wants Russia’s fire might tested. Why should russia fear showcasing its fire might.? Down those planes, sink those warships and US will behave.

          • AM Hants
          • Jens Holm

            You expect we and USA sit and do nothing ? Very optimistic.

            Better for all to play TIC TAC TOE as in old Wargames movie.

          • Turbofan

            as long as its just Syrians dying….right

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            And Russians didn’t die in Syria?!!?
            And Iran and Hezbollah do not die for Syria?!
            And Syrians should not die fighting for their own country just foreigners?!

            You are TurboTroll !

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            Russia is “losing” NOTHING.
            He is full of shit claiming that “US air superiority” exists while they stay very far away from Russian military bases and never challenge Russian airplanes.

          • AM Hants

            Well said. So many ways to skin a cat, without needing to exterminate cat and everything else.

          • Jens Holm

            I agree. Too many videogames for the gentleman. Hard to regain the whole world or even limited bigger parts of it.

        • David Pryce

          As much as I’d love to see US hardware ablaze, Russia will not start World War 3 and an excuse for NATO and Israel to overrun the middle east.
          The S300 is miles ahead of anything the US has, the tomahawk cruise missiles have failed due to Russian technology in Syria
          The Russians just haven’t boasted about it in the media
          When you are been told that 75 tomohawk cruise missiles struck the old Syrian lab for Study of Chemical agents etc, when it was just a regular building and photos from satellite show maybe 2 struck, it proves again that Russia is aiding Syrian Air and ground forces defend its sovereignty
          Remember the 79tomohawks that where fired at the Airbase?
          Lots dissapeared or came down well short of target.
          Don’t believe the crap of the US Syria and its allies are winning the War be foolish to play there game now there desperate
          Enjoy the Victory ✌️

        • Dr. Pro. Liv.

          Why would Russia challenge “US air superiority” when it is nonexistent and only part of your propaganda attempt…It is only your provocation!

          Give us LINK where any US aircraft flies on 300 – 400 km from Russian military bases?! There is NONE !
          They do not even cross on the other side of Euphrates!
          So where is that “US air superiority” ?!?

          • Wise Gandalf

            As i remeber, there were some F-22s closer. ;)

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            Where? !
            You are liar and FALSE like your account !
            Link for that propaganda bullshit please you peace of shit TROLL “veloCraptor” with your FALSE new profile!!

            You are SHITLESS SCARED to fly on the Russian side of Euphrates !

          • Wise Gandalf

            OK, with stupids i will not discuss. One more such attack, i will block you.

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            you have just created account and BOTS like you are too many in this place
            so GOOD RIDDANCE !

          • Wise Gandalf

            block

          • FlorianGeyer

            Its easier if I and others block you Gandalf. Doing it now.

          • Wise Gandalf

            Good luck!

          • frankly

            Great call Doc, he even has the accent.

          • ruca

            Please block me. Velcro butt-wipe

          • frankly

            The craptor back as Lies wankoff! Great to hear, soon the scatological references will re-emerge and it will be just like old times on the farm, fresh manure ever present in the wind.

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            Ever renewing endless cycle of life… where things come to their own initial simplicity.
            Life in its own infinite complexity had always perpetual tendency towards simplicity to close its own endless circle which is beginning and the end of everything crated.

          • Sebastian Vicente

            Retired because oxigen supply problem my friend

          • AM Hants

            Doesn’t the F35 have the same oxygen problems?

          • Jens Holm

            Thats mainly true. USA and allies hardly are there, because they are not agressive in the constructed intension ways, which so many compose here.

            US and allies could send hundreds of airplanes in as well as bunches of missiles as well as hard feet on the ground troops.

            Too many ghost here having no realisme at all. Some 100-200-300-400 missiles are nothing if things escalates. They are something with small or none escaltion.

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            For some reason people refuse to see the things more objectively.
            Russia succeeded to secure certain region in Syria (securing their bases above all) and Syrian SAA does the rest of the Syria with partial successes.
            But still that protection does not involve Lebanon and other side of Euphrates so they can not prevent all regressions.
            It seams that Russian challenge to the US-NATO-Israel has its limits and those limits are here to stay that way…. weather we like it or not.
            I think also that this Israeli and NATO attacks are security valve permitting that they blow the steam off so that whole thing doesn’t blow up into the world conflict.
            They are losing side and they try to compensate in any way possible
            what they have lost.
            War in Syria is not only proxy war but war where US-NATO try to preserve world dominance.
            Russia by directly challenging that is changing history and direction in which the world is going.
            And that is far from enough for majority of the people here.

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            “US and allies could send hundreds of airplanes in as well as bunches of missiles as well as hard feet on the ground troops”

            If they do that than there is WW3 and MAD that follows.

            And they do not want that, nobody wants that except armchair generals warriors like the “D-Ma Ayak” here.
            Both sides try to force other side to back off without starting the larger conflict that would lead in the escalation and WW3.

        • Jens Holm

          Joke again. Those are no defence, if things escalate there. US can by Nato send so many things into there, if it goes into Powerplay.

        • Dr. Pro. Liv.

          ” Russian S-00s” are “much hyped” also because U.S. Patriot missiles are TOTAL CRAP.
          And countries that buy that overpriced U.S. junk do it because they try to please U.S. not because they believe it can help them at all.

          It has never occurred to you why US would NEVER test S-400 by sending their “invisible” F-22 close to Russian bases?
          They didn’t do it because they KNOW that they would risk to have all their “invisible” airplanes shot down.

    • Jens Holm

      They try meet to avoid things like that kind of confrontation.

      Some Kaliburs dont change that. Some massive attack will hit many as they can. Then You cant defend against the rest of them.

  • Rob

    Syrian president and Syrian army have full right to bring all areas of Syria including South Syria Daraa, Golan hights into Syrian law and order and remove any foreign occupation forces from their Syrian land that have entered covertly/secretly into Syrian land through back door via terrorists and proxies.

    • Joe

      Right you are but they ate too chicken even to rebuke , proven fact

      Even Iran openly said they are not in operations there …. chickens too.

    • Jens Holm

      Thats right. And so what. The regime in Damaskus is hardly legitimate themselves.

      • Nod

        You are a liar.

        More legitimate than any puppet you have ever voted for.

        • Nod

          In May 2013, it was reported that even NATO recognized the Syrian president’s increased popularity. “The data, relayed to NATO over the last month, asserted that 70 percent of Syrians support” the Assad government. At present, the number is now at least 80 percent.

          The most telling barometer of Assad’s support base was the Presidential elections in June 2014, which saw 74 percent (11.6 million) of 15.8 million registered Syrian voters vote, with President al-Assad winning 88 percent of the votes. The lengths Syrians outside of Syria went to in order to vote included flooding the Syrian embassy in Beirut for two full days (and walking several kilometres to get there) and flying from countries with closed Syrian embassies to Damascus airport simply to cast their votes. Within Syria, Syrians braved terrorist mortars and rockets designed to keep them from voting; 151 shells were fired on Damascus alone, killing 5 and maiming 33 Syrians. ”

          “Candidate Party Votes %
          Bashar al-Assad Ba’ath Party 10,319,723 – 88.7%
          Hassan al-Nouri NIACS 500,279 -4.3%
          Maher Hajjar Independent 372,301- 3.2%
          Invalid/blank votes 442,108 -3.8%
          Total 11,634,412 100
          Registered votes/turnout 15,845,575 73.42
          Source: SANA, SANA
          ————-

          NEXT FACT that 30 nations oversaw and concluded the election was free and fair…

          “An international delegation from more than 30 countries including Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, India, Iran, Iraq, Nicaragua, Russia, South Africa and Venezuela[12][13] issued a statement claiming the election was “free, fair and transparent”.[14]”

          NEXT fact Assads OPPONENET in that election also declared the elections free and fair…

          “Hassan al-Nouri – held a press conference at the Damascus Sheraton Hotel where he congratulated President Assad for “winning confidence of the Syrian people through winning the presidential elections.” Nouri also claimed that the electoral process had been clear and transparent to the entire world, adding that both he and his representatives had inspected the vote counting. “

  • Rob

    US regime acts like militants and terrorists together with ISIS, Al-Qaeda, SDF and other extremists.

    • HardHawk

      like militants and terrorist? They are the ones invented the trade.

    • Jens Holm

      You confirm Yourself well.

      • Nod

        how exactly. He speaks truth. Admitted by the yanks.

  • Attrition47

    Fuck off Washington you bastards.

    • Liberty57

      HN: Put her into one of those human jail cell cages that the terrorists used as human shields in E Ghouta before.

      • Attrition47

        A tempting idea but we’re better than them.

  • David Pryce

    Geneva talks are and where a way for the US to destroy the Astana talks which set up de-esculation zones, buses terrorists and there families to such areas.
    This order created by Syria Iran Hezbollah supervision of Russian and Turkish military and police is ending the War.
    The US regime is becoming a hindrance, its goal is the break up of Syria
    They tried to do it by sectarianism and failed. Sovereign nations can put down terrorists even if there Israeli sponsored goons bringing shame upon Islam.
    You can’t spend the cash there giving you when you dead

    • Jens Holm

      So far 500.000 and 10 million refugees supporting Assads as well as many extra teams for the next handicap Olympics.

  • Jasminko Grdic

    The US dog bell because Israel know if they will make something stupid and they will attack for sure, that Syria has the right to try to take Golan hights back. Lets hope that Hezbolah is ready to help if needed from Nord

    • Sebastian Vicente

      Forget Golan, think in Daraa zone.

      • Jasminko Grdic

        When SAA start , the Suweada side will be easy compared to the Guneitra side. for sure, Daraa will be just like Harasta, or Duma, Wait to surender.
        First what will be is attack at Buser ar Harir to break the pocket, next in South is the Air defense baze next to Daraa to get Jordan border and Split here the pocket.
        Netx will come from Sheik al Maskin to ISIS and Israel Golan side.

    • Sebastian Vicente
  • Joe

    Iran already chicken out. Let’s see if Russia too will chicken out.

    No country surely will allow US to dictate such … it’s an insult to all Russia, Iran, Hez and Syria …when they can easily defeat the US inside Syria.

    But then …

  • potcracker2588

    great news………………….
    The Moment of Truth…..
    For Putin…..

  • wwinsti

    To show just how deep the burn is, Syria never signed any agreement for a de-escalation zone in southern Syria. It is Russia that made such an agreement. So the the US is trying to force Putin to bully Assad into complying with an agreement he never signed. This is going to be a real test.

    • Luigi

      true. I think, since the beginning, that, unfortunately, the real test for Syria and its allies would start exactly after the defeat of ISIS, FSA and other proxies because that means Syria would have to push the real invaders off its lands, specially in Daraa and Idlib. Cleaning Daraa, Jordan and Israel will have to accept defead and, cleaning Idlib, Turkey will have to go back home either. I’m afraid thats not going to be easy.

      • Jens Holm

        Thats totally upside down to me. Assads are not running anything – others are.

        • Nod

          that means nothing…

          Who is, and how do you know ?

    • Sebastian Vicente

      Is a misunderstanding, Res. 242 U.N. signed by USA too.

      • wwinsti

        But not by Syria…

    • Ronald

      If that is true, that only Russia and the US signed this southern agreement, it would certainly complicate the situation, especially after Damascus announcing a massive demobilization.
      Russia and Iran could clean the M5 highway between Homs and Aleppo, as they have announced they would, leaving the SAA to face the FSA ( the US and Israel).
      Yes the old divide and conquer.

      • MichaH

        The US does not communicate in any form with the so called regime, consular services are available at the embassy of the czech republic, last time at the UN, N. Haley left the room during the speech of the syrian representatives, in geneva Assad is only welcome if he has his resign in the hand. Quiet difficult to sign on an agreement together on these circumstances.
        I think everybody here knew that an operation in general, and in the south-west at the Golan specially, will have consequences because the US-Gang has no reason to change it criminal behavior.

        Does anyone know how serious the claims of the israeli side were that they will soon have the backing of the USA to fully take and annex the Golan?

    • Joe

      But Assad is quiet as a mouse.
      Now Iran also very quiet ….. Russia too

      • Sebastian Vicente

        Never be the agressor (Roman Senator)

      • AM Hants

        That is when you need to be alarmed. The quiet before the storm.

    • Jens Holm

      Yes, its a try for some balance for a kind of de-escation as tryed during all time for civile war.

      Russia wont support Assads to take all Syria back. Its their own problem and a kind of internal affair. But they do support Assad(or manybee another from the Baathists) are kept in seat making the Russian stay there well and better for bases as well as influence on Syrian/Iraqian oil and gas incl. pipelines.

      In the other hand We have USA with allies incl. UN which want Assads to be replaced or having their influence limited very much.

      It might be more complicated then that. As I recall it Saudis were thrown away from supporting ISIS by USA, but the new Prince has promised to help Israel as well as the non Hesbollah part of Lebanon.

      And Turks are given a leftover syrians now incl. Afrin.

      Could be they should meet in Greenland next time to calm down.

  • Pareggiamoiconti

    i remember the de-escalation zones were agreed for six months in september 2017

    am I wrong, or the americans have problems with the calendar?

    • Ronald

      And the US were not at Asana and did not sign any of the de-escalation zone agreements.
      They have no legal right to say anything.

      • Jens Holm

        Yes they have, and they do. Just because some tell, what they claim dont say others should bow and obey.

        And Yes we and they have any right to tell, what we think about it and also, what we might do about it or not.

        Astana is and was no patent.

        • Nod

          they are invaders FFS. Please remove head from ass.

    • john

      They have problems with everything, except murdering humanity . . .

    • FlorianGeyer

      They even have problems having wiping their fat American arses when they have s shit. :)

      • JustPassingThrough

        their arms are too short

  • Antikapitalista

    Nice!
    Print it in a large font and attach it to every region-stabilizing nuclear ballistic rocket delivered to the Syrian government.

    Put aside a few reserve copies and organize a contest at the United Nations in finding the greatest number of points of conflict of the document with the Charter of the United Nations. Organize a nuisance reading of the Charter of the United Nations to the U.S. delegation (like the United States of Aggression has done it with loud music to its enemies in their offices and to people tortured in its military bases); I am sure that they have never heard anything so loathsome to them.

    I guess everyone in Washington would understand that any further pressure or similar banditry could result in a final solution of the Jewish question in the Middle East, and in a very biblical way at that (think of Sodom and Gomorrah), which should please even the conservatives.
    :-P

    Like I always keep saying: nukes to Syria—they can be the only guarantors of stability in the region.

    • Hide Behind

      If any nukes make it into Syria, they will be Israeli warheads..

      • Hrky75

        Israeli policy of enforcing nuclear non-proliferation in the ME by threatening to nuke anyone that tries to get it while at the same time bombing the countries that don`t have it has as much sense as punching holes in a river dam using both your hands while simultaneously trying to plug them up using only your pecker…

        • S Melanson

          A very clear summary of Israeli foreign policy, although I fear the pecker is not up to the task to plug even one of the holes.

  • Hrky75

    Trumps Zionist financiers are losing nerve proportionally to the amount of ground lost by their proxy Wahhabi buffer army. People that stubbornly refuse to learn their history are forced to repeat it time and again. In this case the part that starts with the invasion of Lebanon in 1970s and ends with the creation of the strongest, best organised, trained and led Israeli enemy – the Hezbollah. I’m looking forward to seeing the new monster Israel is creating for itself right on it`s eastern border. L’chaim…

  • Hide Behind

    Assad is but a figurehead today, he and his cronies and duisness interest in Damascus, do not even have full political control over militarily regaind towns.
    It is Chechnya police who becometown police law with each spot under whichever Field Commander regains it.
    It has been Russia and Iranian food water. and medical teams treating returnees.
    All those outlying cities and town are not getting aid from a worse than Bankrupt Damascus sovereign funds.
    Do not any longer trust Russias, he/she muscle act,, as they made far too many concessions to Israel/US and Euro NATO interest.
    Assads Syria will be 1/2 of its old landmass, and given any pretext, such as Jordanian military casualties along its border they may well claim, as has Turkey, a large buffer zone..
    Syrian State as a sovereign, has no bargaining chips of own to play.
    And to those safely ensconced at keyboards hundreds and thousands of miles away from conflict, you who cheer on the Syrian military do not see the blood, carnage or deaths you cheer for.
    You like bloodletting so much I am sure the manpower short Syrian military will give you a uniform and gun if you join up..

  • j. jaxson

    excuse me-the usa can not tell syria what they can and cannot do in their own country.
    that is absolute insanity. we need to get a grip on reality. i am sick of jew baggers and goys
    and reptilians ruining our country. someone needs to put an end to this.
    a bunch of lunatics shrouded in stench.

    • Jens Holm

      You have to redefine, what own country is. Syria is a country ? 10 mio. are refugees. 500.000 dead. Areas has not even been controlled by Your dirty violent gassing regime.

  • Drogba

    What this statement really means is that israhell has ordered it’s American puppets to say this.Who the fuck do they think they are?Syria won’t stop until ALL terrorists are cleaned from its territory ,wether the zionists like it or not.

    • Jens Holm

      Another joke from “propaganda times”.

      You do not know who we are even number one in indfluence and war is to know Your enemy.

      You dont have the slightest idea about us at all.

      Who is Syria ??? 500.000 dead, 10 mio refugees supporting Assad. The rest of them not supporting Damaskus.

      An army and an aiforce weaker then in 1967 should give Israel a kind of match.

  • john

    I see! A sovereign country can’t kick the US/Zionist terrorist invaders out of their land! This is part of Donald Duck;s strategy of making “America great again” ? Truly, what a bunch of quacks. I have noticed that the Syrian government has paid no attention to their useless threats and no doubt will continues to do so. I guess Netanyahoo is on the toilet seat a lot as the Syrians comes closer to the Golan Heights, which in time, will be taken from the Zionist child killers. I just can’t wait!!!!!! Long live Syria and every other freedom loving nation.

    • Jens Holm

      Kind of funny haha. Funny strange as well.

  • Sebastian Vicente

    The UN, The Hague tribunal, why don´t denounces the agression? USA doesn´t accept the Hague court, but the UN? If is useless Syria must abandon the stupid organization. Until Israel Recognizes in the mediation line treaty the syrian borders. Is a return of Imperialism?

  • AlexanderAmproz

    The Knesset could officially support the creation of a Kurdistan

    The Knesset: The Likud and Israel Beytenou have introduced a draft law to give statutory force to Israel’s undertaking to promote the creation of a Kurdish State, in any of the following territories: Turkey, Syria or Iraq.

    During the Cold War, Israel struck up an alliance with the Iraqi Kurds and promoted Mustafa Barzani to the rank of an official of the Israeli National Intelligence Agency, Mossad. In contrast, Israel fought with the Turkish Kurds, including those that took refuge in Syria, and participated in kidnapping Abdullah Ocalan.

    In 2017, Israel had been the only state to recognize the independence referendum for an Iraqi Kurdistan. Benjamin Netanyahu backed Massoud Barzani, concretizing his support in two undertakings. First to transfer to this Iraqi Kurdistan 200 000 Israeli and second to set up batteries of missiles aimed at Iran and Syria.

    The Kurds are a nomadic people that have only recently settled down. Establishing a Kurdistan can only be legitimate on a territory where the Kurds constitute the majority of the population. Expelling non-Kurdish populations in order to create an independent Kurdistan can only provoke a situation of conflict comparable to the creation of Israel, which came at the cost of expelling the Arab peoples of Palestine.

    http://www.voltairenet.ORG/article201257.html

    • Sebastian Vicente

      In Arab zone too? Raqqa, All the south? The kurds were refugees from Turkey…. Prepares Germany those bandits will proclaims independence in half of Berlin. In Othoman times they were landlords of turkish invader, they perform armenian, greek, assyrian genocide. Turkey doesn´t want a kurdish state in his borders, with diplomacy is easy kick out them from Manbij.

      • AlexanderAmproz

        In fact Armenian Genocide was done by Jews !

        https://www.strategic-culture.ORG/news/2011/10/25/the-doenmeh-the-middle-easts-most-whispered-secret-part-i.html
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        The Dönmeh: The Middle East’s Most Whispered Secret (Part I)

        There is a historical “eight hundred pound gorilla” lurking in the background of almost every serious military and diplomatic incident involving Israel, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Greece, Armenia, the Kurds, the Assyrians, and some other players in the Middle East and southeastern Europe. It is a factor that is generally only whispered about at diplomatic receptions, news conferences, and think tank sessions due to the explosiveness and controversial nature of the subject. And it is the secretiveness attached to the subject that has been the reason for so much misunderstanding about the current breakdown in relations between Israel and Turkey, a growing warming of relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia, and increasing enmity between Saudi Arabia and Iran…

        Although known to historians and religious experts, the centuries-old political and economic influence of a group known in Turkish as the “Dönmeh” is only beginning to cross the lips of Turks, Arabs, and Israelis who have been reluctant to discuss the presence in Turkey and elsewhere of a sect of Turks descended from a group of Sephardic Jews who were expelled from Spain during the Spanish Inquisition in the 16th and 17th centuries. These Jewish refugees from Spain were welcomed to settle in the Ottoman Empire and over the years they converted to a mystical sect of Islam that eventually mixed Jewish Kabbala and Islamic Sufi semi-mystical beliefs into a sect that eventually championed secularism in post-Ottoman Turkey. It is interesting that “Dönmeh” not only refers to the Jewish “untrustworthy converts” to Islam in Turkey but it is also a derogatory Turkish word for a transvestite, or someone who is claiming to be someone they are not.

        The Donmeh sect of Judaism was founded in the 17th century by Rabbi Sabbatai Zevi, a Kabbalist who believed he was the Messiah but was forced to convert to Islam by Sultan Mehmet IV, the Ottoman ruler. Many of the rabbi’s followers, known as Sabbateans, but also “crypto-Jews,” publicly proclaimed their Islamic faith but secretly practiced their hybrid form of Judaism, which was unrecognized by mainstream Jewish rabbinical authorities. Because it was against their beliefs to marry outside their sect, the Dönmeh created a rather secretive sub-societal clan.

        The Dönmeh rise to power in Turkey

        Many Dönmeh, along with traditional Jews, became powerful political and business leaders in Salonica. It was this core group of Dönmeh, which organized the secret Young Turks, also known as the Committee of Union and Progress, the secularists who deposed Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamid II in the 1908 revolution, proclaimed the post-Ottoman Republic of Turkey after World War I, and who instituted a campaign that stripped Turkey of much of its Islamic identity after the fall of the Ottomans. Abdulhamid II was vilified by the Young Turks as a tyrant, but his only real crime appears to have been to refuse to meet Zionist leader Theodore Herzl during a visit to Constantinople in 1901 and reject Zionist and Dönmeh offers of money in return for the Zionists to be granted control of Jerusalem.

        Like other leaders who have crossed the Zionists, Sultan Adulhamid II appears to have sealed his fate with the Dönmeh with this statement to his Ottoman court: “Advise Dr. Herzl not to take any further steps in his project. I cannot give away even a handful of the soil of this land for it is not my own, it belongs to the entire Islamic nation. The Islamic nation fought jihad for the sake of this land and had watered it with their blood. The Jews may keep their money and millions. If the Islamic Khalifate state is one day destroyed then they will be able to take Palestine without a price! But while I am alive, I would rather push a sword into my body than see the land of Palestine cut and given away from the Islamic state.” After his ouster by Ataturk’s Young Turk Dönmeh in 1908, Abdulhamid II was jailed in the Donmeh citadel of Salonica. He died in Constantinople in 1918, three years after Ibn Saud agreed to a Jewish homeland in Palestine and one year after Lord Balfour deeded Palestine away to the Zionists in his letter to Baron Rothschild.

        One of the Young Turk leaders in Salonica was Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey. When Greece achieved sovereignty over Salonica in 1913, many Dönmeh, unsuccessful at being re-classified Jewish, moved to Constantinople, later re-named Istanbul. Others moved to Izmir, Bursa, and Ataturk’s newly-proclaimed capital and future seat of Ergenekon power, Ankara.

        Some texts suggest that the Dönmeh numbered no more than 150,000 and were mainly found in the army, government, and business. However, other experts suggest that the Dönmeh may have represented 1.5 million Turks and were even more powerful than believed by many and extended to every facet of Turkish life. One influential Donmeh, Tevfik Rustu Arak, was a close friend and adviser to Ataturk and served as Turkey’s Foreign Minister from 1925 to 1938.

        Ataturk, who was reportedly himself a Dönmeh, ordered that Turks abandon their own Muslim-Arabic names. The name of the first Christian emperor of Rome, Constantine, was erased from the largest Turkish city, Constantinople. The city became Istanbul, after the Ataturk government in 1923 objected to the traditional name. There have been many questions about Ataturk’s own name, since “Mustapha Kemal Ataturk” was a pseudonym. Some historians have suggested that Ataturk adopted his name because he was a descendant of none other than Rabbi Zevi, the self-proclaimed Messiah of the Dönmeh! Ataturk also abolished Turkey’s use of the Arabic script and forced the country to adopt the western alphabet.

        Modern Turkey: a secret Zionist state controlled by the Dönmeh

        Ataturk’s suspected strong Jewish roots, information about which was suppressed for decades by a Turkish government that forbade anything critical of the founder of modern Turkey, began bubbling to the surface, first, mostly outside of Turkey and in publications written by Jewish authors. The 1973 book, The Secret Jews, by Rabbi Joachim Prinz, maintains that Ataturk and his finance minister, Djavid Bey, were both committed Dönmeh and that they were in good company because “too many of the Young Turks in the newly formed revolutionary Cabinet prayed to Allah, but had their real prophet [Sabbatai Zevi, the Messiah of Smyrna].” In The Forward of January 28, 1994, Hillel Halkin wrote in The New York Sun that Ataturk recited the Jewish Shema Yisrael (“Hear O Israel”), saying that it was “my prayer too.” The information is recounted from an autobiography by journalist Itamar Ben-Avi, who claims Ataturk, then a young Turkish army captain, revealed he was Jewish in a Jerusalem hotel bar one rainy night during the winter of 1911. In addition, Ataturk attended the Semsi Effendi grade school in Salonica, run by a Dönmeh named Simon Zevi. Halkin wrote in the New York Sun article about an email he received from a Turkish colleague: “I now know – know (and I haven’t a shred of doubt) – that Ataturk’s father’s family was indeed of Jewish stock.”

        It was Ataturk’s and the Young Turks’ support for Zionism, the creation of a Jewish homeland in Palestine, after World War I and during Nazi rule in Europe that endeared Turkey to Israel and vice versa. An article in The Forward of May 8, 2007, revealed that Dönmeh dominated Turkish leadership “from the president down, as well as key diplomats . . . and a great part of Turkey’s military, cultural, academic, economic, and professional elites” kept Turkey out of a World War II alliance with Germany, and deprived Hitler of a Turkish route to the Baku oilfields.” In his book, The Donme: Jewish Converts, Muslim Revolutionaries and Secular Turks, Professor Marc David Baer wrote that many advanced to exalted positions in the Sufi religious orders.

        Israel has always been reluctant to describe the Turkish massacre of the Armenians by the Turks in 1915 as “genocide.” It has always been believed that the reason for Israel’s reticence was not to upset Israel’s close military and diplomatic ties with Turkey. However, more evidence is being uncovered that the Armenian genocide was largely the work of the Dönmeh leadership of the Young Turks. Historians like Ahmed Refik, who served as an intelligence officer in the Ottoman army, averred that it was the aim of the Young Turks to destroy the Armenians, who were mostly Christian. The Young Turks, under Ataturk’s direction, also expelled Greek Christians from Turkish cities and attempted to commit a smaller-scale genocide of the Assyrians, who were also mainly Christian.

        One Young Turk from Salonica, Mehmet Talat, was the official who carried out the genocide of the Armenians and Assyrians. A Venezuelan mercenary who served in the Ottoman army, Rafael de Nogales Mendez, noted in his annals of the Armenian genocide that Talat was known as the “renegade Hebrew of Salonica.” Talat was assassinated in Germany in 1921 by an Armenian whose entire family was lost in the genocide ordered by the “renegade Hebrew.” It is believed by some historians of the Armenian genocide that the Armenians, known as good businessmen, were targeted by the business-savvy Dönmeh because they were considered to be commercial competitors.

        It is not, therefore, the desire to protect the Israeli-Turkish alliance that has caused Israel to eschew any interest in pursuing the reasons behind the Armenian genocide, but Israel’s and the Dönmeh’s knowledge that it was the Dönmeh leadership of the Young Turks that not only murdered hundreds of thousands of Armenians and Assyrians but who also stamped out Turkey’s traditional Muslim customs and ways. Knowledge that it was Dönmeh, in a natural alliance with the Zionists of Europe, who were responsible for the deaths of Armenian and Assyrian Christians, expulsion from Turkey of Greek Orthodox Christians, and the cultural and religious eradication of Turkish Islamic traditions, would issue forth in the region a new reality. Rather than Greek and Turkish Cypriots living on a divided island, Armenians holding a vendetta against the Turks, and Greeks and Turks feuding over territory, all the peoples attacked by the Dönmeh would realize that they had a common foe that was their actual persecutor.

        Challenging Dönmeh rule: Turkey’s battle against the Ergenekon

        It is the purging of the Kemalist adherents of Ataturk and his secular Dönmeh regime that is behind the investigation of the Ergenekon conspiracy in Turkey. Ergenekon’s description matches up completely with the Dönmeh presence in Turkey’s diplomatic, military, judicial, religious, political, academic, business, and journalist hierarchy. Ergenekon attempted to stop the reforms instituted by successive non-Dönmeh Turkish leaders, including the re-introduction of traditional Turkish Islamic customs and rituals, by planning a series of coups, some successful like that which deposed Prime Minister Necmettin Erbakan’s Refah (Welfare) Islamist government in 1996 and some unsuccessful, like OPERATION SLEDGEHEMMER, which was aimed at deposing Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2003. Some Islamist-leaning reformists, including Turkish President Turgut Ozal and Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit, died under suspicious circumstances. Deposed democratically-elected Prime Minister Adnan Menderes was hanged in 1961, following a military coup.

        American politicians and journalists, whose knowledge of the history of countries like Turkey and the preceding Ottoman Empire, is often severely lacking, have painted the friction between Israel’s government and the Turkish government of Prime Minister Erdogan as based on Turkey’s drift to Islamism and the Arab world. Far from it, Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) seem to have finally seen a way to break free from the domination and cruelty of the Dönmeh, whether in the form of Kemalist followers of Ataturk or nationalist schemers and plotters in Ergenekon. But with Turkey’s “Independence Day” has come vitriol from the Dönmeh and their natural allies in Israel and the Israel Lobby in the United States and Europe. Turkey as a member of the European Union was fine for Europe as long as the Dönmeh remained in charge and permitted Turkey’s wealth to be looted by central bankers like has occurred in Greece.

        When Israel launched its bloody attack on the Turkish Gaza aid vessel, the Mavi Marmara, on May 31, 2010, the reason was not so much the ship’s running of the Israeli blockade of Gaza. The brutality of the Israelis in shooting unarmed Turks and one Turkish-American, some at point blank range, according to a UN report, indicated that Israel was motivated by something else: vengeance and retaliation for the Turkish government’s crackdown on Ergenekon, the purging of the Turkish military and intelligence senior ranks of Dönmeh, and reversing the anti-Muslim religious and cultural policies set down by the Dönmeh’s favorite son, Ataturk, some ninety years before. In effect, the Israeli attack on the Mavi Marmara was in retaliation for Turkey’s jailing of several top Turkish military officers, journalists, and academics, all accused of being part of the Ergenekon plot to overthrow the AKP government in 2003. Hidden in the Ergenekon coup plot is that the Dönmeh and Ergenekon are connected through their history of being Kemalists, ardent secularists, pro-Israeli, and pro-Zionist.

        With tempers now flaring between Iran on one side and Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the United States on the other, as the result of a dubious claim by U.S. law enforcement that Iran was planning to carry out the assassination of the Saudi ambassador to the United States on American soil, the long-standing close, but secretive relationship between Israel and Saudi Arabia is coming to the forefront. The Israeli-Saudi connection had flourished during OPERATION DESERT STORM, when both countries were on the receiving end of Saddam Hussein’s Scud missiles.

        • Omega

          It’s interesting to note how millions of Christians lived for centuries under Ottoman rule to then be massacred when the British-funded Young Turks came to power.

          • AlexanderAmproz

            A Lebanese friend told me Turks were the less evil colonizers…

            Maybe you will be interested by a side subject about Colonialism
            depicting Anglo/US methodes with similarities in the Middle-East.

            After to have been the last “Amerindians” extermination champ,
            Arthur MacArthur was chosen to do the Job in the politely said
            Philippines/American war, but Genocide in facts !
            1.5 millions Filipinos exterminated out of a 4 Millions Population,
            7’500 American Soldiers killed, half of them by tropical sickness !
            In 1945, Douglas MacArthur liberated the Archipelago by erasing every cities,
            inhabitant included. To hunt a Japanese RearGuards, Manila belongs to the WW2
            most bombed Cities with Stalingrad and Warsaw. All the Country Libraries
            and Archives were cautiously burnt ! Mostly Fishermen and Farmers were left alive !
            Father and Son got the “Medal of Honor” and became Hero’s
            for Book-Less Filipinos(lol)
            The USA’s decades long warfare against China
            http://www.voltairenet.ORG/article177063.html

            Uganda: the hidden agenda behind “Kony 2012” video
            http://www.voltairenet.ORG/article173281.html

            This is an amazing link !

            1948-1960 : « état d’urgence » en Malaisie
            http://www.voltairenet.ORG/article14311.html

          • Jens Holm

            Thats full of dirt of the worst kind almost none is correct as well. Num´bers, who killed who and as You goes.

            I only agree in taking Manilla back was killing for no purpose. Most of the rest was Japanese doing it and Phillipines trying to fight the japanese with the americans and after USA had to leave after defeat by themselves.

            You also forget, that 1/2 of the population had demanded independency in 1948 and a plan for that was going on before the Japanese attacked. The Independers had 2 important problems. In 1/3 of Philipines they could go and trade as they wished as long as they did not decide anything. In the last 1/3 they were met by hostility for all local armed from bow and arrows to old Spanish weapons.

            So You have to subtract and add a lot.

            And as usual its very well descroiebd from very different sources on the Internet.

            You friend source is like a very infected computer.

            The main losses were japanese killing hostile Phillipines.

          • Jens Holm

            Unfortunatly You often see things like that, when Empires collapse. New Turkisk made that by important mistakes which is the same today as in 1923.

            Another well known for good and bad was Ghandi as the best known for peace and liberating Brittish India. After that several millions were killed dividing it into India and pakistan. And after that there was war again, because the Pakistanui upperclass thought they could take over Bangla Desh even they were their own kind.

          • Omega

            It was/is unfortunate but you’re making it sound like it was/is normal (as in organic) when it never was. Every single place the Brits stepped foot in, chaos and mass-killings followed.
            When India wanted independence, Britain gifted them with their anti-India: Pakistan. A blood bath followed. Note that Britain did the same in creating China’s anti-China with Taiwan and other places like Korea. When Britain wanted to destroy Russia, they unleashed the Bolsheviks. A blood bath followed. The list goes on and the mass-killing of Ottoman Christians isn’t any different.

          • Jens Holm

            Sorry, but i has happen too may times during times, so its a pattern.

            I am very familiar with the Bolsjeviks taking over. Both Britts and Frech could have avoided the take over.

            It was not to create chaos.There already was chaos and civile wars, where countries liberated themselves from Russia, Austria/hungaria, Germany as well as Turkey.

            So please see that britts and others just had lost millions in WW1, many starved to death in Europa and just wanted to go home. Britts decided by that to make no new front having their own problems in their Empire trying to rebuild it.

            Very relevan these days. They divided the osman Empire, took Cyprus as their own, they made Jordan+Phalestine trying to make Phalestine into a semi-european by adding modern and well educated people making new jobs.

            So cynicly they said that any goverment in Russia had to sell them, what they needed. That was true. Communists did that too with no hesitations.

          • Omega

            The pattern you speak of is designed and repeated the same instigators: the Anglo-Saxon oligarchs. They were behind WW1, WW2, the Bolshevik Revolution, the collapse of the Ottoman Empire, India/Pakistan, Communism in Russia/USSR/China, the Balkan wars, Nazism, the creation of Israel, etc.

        • Jens Holm

          Hahahahahahhahahah. Not even Turks belive that.

      • Jens Holm

        Kurds were not refugees from Turkey.

        The Ottoman Region of Syria was moved north and got half af the Aleppo, Raqqa, Diabykir provinces for the artificial state of Iraq. SYRIA WAS MOVED – not kurds.

        But true Kurds has escaped both ways across the artificial border.

        Syrian also has Tripolis region in it now and had no coastline.

        Besides that Syria not even has been any state the last 1000 years Yourself. You became one in 1946 and French and Britts liberated You. Not even Yourself.

        We also see Your area mainly do as the Ottomans. You just have several dirty dictators in stead of only one in Konstantinopel.

  • Sebastian Vicente

    Syria must send diplomats to LatinAmerica, Africa, India, Asia, those countries will not tolerate the colonialism again

    • HardHawk

      send them for what exactly?

  • Manuel Flores Escobar

    USA and Allies want to take control of Syrian borders in Irak ( Al Tanf) Jordan , Israel and Turkey…it means a buffer zone for terrorist which can train, reinforce and Re attack the SAA !

  • Ma_Laoshi

    Throughout this conflict, Russia hasn’t been exactly proactive in the crucial battle of ideas–never quite bringing themselves to say “The US has no legitimacy whatsoever in Syria, get out and go home” (not that China has been much better in the Korean conflict). By SOP, these conceptual concessions immediately become the new normal, and a baseline for further envelope-pushing.

    Whether it’s Russia, Syria, Iran, or Turkey, the Syrian war just has no precedent for anybody willing to take on the terrorists that matter most. There are reports that the US would indeed be willing to go to the mat for the Jordan-Israel pipeline which is supposed to pass through this particular slice of paradise. If so, they may well get away with this brinkmanship, frustrating though that sounds.

  • HardHawk

    And finally we coming to the moment of truth.

  • John Whitehot

    piece of shit israel licker pop his dome out of his hole.

  • Tudor Miron

    US hates to see their assetss on the ground of southern Syria being eliminated just as it happened around Damascus area. Why don’t some of the “respected” journalists ask during that briefing a couple of simple questions: Is HTS is the same Al Nusra/Al Queda that killed thousands of Americans during 9/11? Why exactly USA is against elimination of terrorists that killed thousands of Americans?

    All in all that will be just another round of the same: Terrorists cleansed out, false flag, may be another toothless attack by US, but Daraa is free and we’re talking about next area of Syria thats to be liberated.

    • frankly

      See that is the problem with turning an ally, (their own creation actually), into a fall guy and now back into an ally. Imagine all the money to keep the official paperwork straight. Nightmare.
      That is the beauty of the Afghan Opium business. Totally off the books. Supplements the ever increasing government military budget beautifully. It is really impressive how they always spend more than they are budgeted to. Never an audit and next year same thing.

      If my stingy fingers were on the purse strings, you’d get your over budget from this year subtracted from next year, have a full audit yearly, and any one shipping opium would hang. Guess I’d need my own 3 letter agency protecting me to stay alive.

      As for warning Syrians to stay out of Syria, would love a UN that actually worked right about now. I don’t find it at all Hilarious. You finance, organize, and run an invasion of a sovereign country and then threaten them when they take it back.

      What is hilarious is the US citing a signed agreement to demand their rights. How many of those have they unilaterally torn up over the past century. Why is this one enforceable, when the others weren’t? I bet the Iranians can answer that question.

      If a man’s word is his bond, the US has turned into an irritable sick toddler. Totally incapable of fulfilling any obligation, but puking, shitting and pissing everywhere. All the while screaming at the top of their lungs, we are so oppressed. Or, the Russians did it.

      It might be manageable, were it not for its playpen being the central command headquarters, with any number of buttons with no infant proof protection.

    • Jens Holm

      9/11 were 3.000.

      Syria so far is 500 of them.

      Too much fake again.

  • Serious

    Again, “stupid” Serious is right. XD.

    Also, the iraqi army made a join border with SDF !! XD. Who the fuck said that the iraqi gov was US puppet ??? XD.

    Follow the zionist appeaser and stupid Putin and stupid sunnis and your country will become a shithole occupied and divided by USA.

    Now, what the fuck are going to do the zionist appeasers ??? XD.

    QED.

  • Wise Gandalf

    No surprize. It was expected, that yanks will not allow take Daraqa city (important border crossing point) and west Daraa (because of IL). I am sure, if necessary, USA send troops in this region. Sad, but who can stop this? Russia´s resistans is as weak as hymen´s.

    I see so, that also Assad resigned and accepted the division of Syria. But without water (Euphrates) and les oil Syria looks at a dark future.

    • Dr. Pro. Liv.

      The only “dark future” has JEWnited States of Bankrupted !

    • Sebastian Vicente

      You Think the tribal warlords sunnies from Raqaa until the north will tolerates kurds? Naive
      Perhaps will rise something worst than Islamic State.

      • Wise Gandalf

        No, i don´t think so. But yanks will have military posts in key towns. For them this is enough.

  • Serious

    Don’t worry, Putin will liberate Syria the same way he has liberated Golan heights !!! XD.

    Who the fuck in this world trust Putin ???? XD. Putin is an old mad man. He thinks he is Jesus or I don’t know. That’s why he will be crucified like Jesus was.

    • Sebastian Vicente

      Putin is more astute than the rest of the leaders. Diplomacy wins a war more than the weapons.

      • Serious

        You are crazy. Everyone talks about one of the few USA defeat : Vietnam. China and Vietnamese gave a fucking hard fight to expell Americans.

        That’s the only way but people don’t seem to understand.

        • Sebastian Vicente

          Remember how USA run from Lebanon with the carbomb in the marines barracs, or Somalia

        • Sebastian Vicente

          American people doesn´t tolerate deads soldiers by a mob, riot

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    Have russia and iran and hezb attack them instead :))

  • Dr. Pro. Liv.

    The only solution for this conflicts in Syria ,Iraq and Yemen is true Muslim Jihad against Israel with Sunni and Shia fighting same evil in the Middle East = ISRAEL and Wahabi Saudi Jewish regime !

    • Serious

      The only solution is that everyone defend hardly their interests.

      Syrians are not defending their interests. They are destroying their own country because they are believing in fairlytales (abrahamic religions, so called human rights, WW2, 9/11, ISIS, …..).

      Concerning Russia, I keep saying that Russia is out of Syria in 10 years.

      • Dr. Pro. Liv.

        OK
        we will see about all that just do not forget your own words.

        I think that Israel might win the battles but I am convinced that they will LOSE the WAR against Islam at the end!
        And I believe the same for US.
        Their time for victories is running out fast…..not much time left for them
        being on “super power” position….

        • Serious

          You know what is your problem ? Your problem is that you are focusing too much on israel. israel is a weak state artificially kept alive by USA.

          Worry about your country interests and your own interet. That’s how you win.

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            There is old Chinese proverb
            “Be careful what you wish for”
            “Wining” is sometimes losing and vice versa.
            There is always perpetual dualism in life that makes very often good sides in bad situations and vice versa bad sides in good situations.
            There is always hidden defeat in every victory.
            So it is not good trying too hard….

        • frankly

          Does this make sense Doc?
          The centers of power of the US. 1) Israel 2) NY 3) D.C. 4) Hollywood 5) London The rest of the US is essentially powerless. Israel controls the US, so to mention them as separate entities is geographically correct, but basically irrelevant.

          • Dr. Pro. Liv.

            I agree with your presenting of the situation.
            It is just that my conclusion is different
            The pro-Israel policy defended by US elites will be totally REJECTED by people at the end.
            There is “eye opener” coming soon for that “rest of the US that is essentially powerless”.(they are powerless when not united)
            They will see dramatic difference between their life that will become more difficult every day and giving away of BILLIONS to the Israel.
            Even the most ordinary people in US will start to be aware of the total injustice of US elites towards their own citizens.
            That will start riots and desire to reject pro-Israel policy.

      • AlexanderAmproz

        Religions are used to manipulate Cannon-folders since “ever”.

        Middle-East problems is Natural Resources/Money Control by
        the US/UK/Zionists Colonial Empire using proxy
        alike NATO(occupying Europe since 1949), Al Qaida, ISIS,
        Daesh and al…

  • AM Hants

    Syria laughs it off and remind the US that Syria is a democratic, sovereign nation, not part of the US.

  • Serious

    Do you think that USA went to Vietnam by accident ? No, the goal was to circle China.

    USA succeded in Korea but failed in Vietnam.

    Now, USA is using Phillipines.

    Also, USA invaded Afghanistan, country right left of China.

    China is doing the right thing to secure the China sea. Otherwise, China will pay it in the future.

    • frankly

      The article is about Syria not right left China

  • Baron Von MuleBanger

    Gay frogs man

  • JustPassingThrough

    you don’t belong there anyway.

    these exceptional amis.
    such a sad people they are.
    650000 opioid prescriptions prescribed/day.
    even the mussels in puget sound are now addicted.
    it is soon to be over.

  • Luigi

    Clear messagem from US: “push north, not south!”

  • SnowCatzor

    If they wanted to be taken seriously they’d stop arrogantly calling them the “Syrian regime” all the time. Their insistence on using this infantile term shows just how childish they are.

  • Law Se

    Who are you to tell me what I can and cannot do in my own land??? I would kill you all every single invader every single rebel with every means I have at my disposal…
    I pray one day that the Americans learn first hand what war is in their own streets and cities. It is only a question of time..The punishments of God are strange…

  • John

    Whatever.

  • RichardD

    The biggest problem facing humanity is our planet’s Jew infestation. With Palestine and the US being at the top of the list. Jews are a parasitical disease. Judaism should be outlawed and the planet dejudified to create a Jew free world.

    Damascus was being shelled on a regular almost daily basis for years. And rather than condemning that. The Jewmerica US state department criticizes the Syrian government for responding to cease fire violations by eradicating US supported terrorists.

    This is why America First won the 2016 election for Trump. Because many Americans are tired of this insanity.

  • Jim Prendergast

    Veteran volunteer forces supported by the local population on the Syrian side v.s. green mercenaries. Syria must assert it’s sovereignty of it’s airspace as well as it’s borders.

  • Spit

    in short, the British are responsible for that blob of land, the Americans can hold on to this piece of land indefinatly because there is very little local population to work against.
    They are holding this piece of land and other pieces of land to minimze border length between Syria and well the rest of the world and as the real staging ground of a potential invasion of Syria.
    The Russians pretty much shut that plan down by taking Georgia via politics, but I wounder are the Jews actually planning something or is this kind of a last stand? and they Americans are simply trying to drive the Bargaining price up by as much as posible. Clearly this is a total loss for them….

  • MrTuvok

    Truly despicable how they are shielding their proxy terrorists.

  • Nod

    globalist pigs, at it again I see…

    “this regionalization is in keeping with the Tri-Lateral Plan which calls for a gradual convergence of East and West, ultimately leading toward the goal of one world government. National sovereignty is no longer a viable concept.”
    ? Zbigniew Brzezinski

    “”We’re going to take out seven countries in 5 years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran” –General Wesley Clark. Retired 4-star U.S. Army general, Supreme AlliedCommander of NATO during the 1999 War on Yugoslavia .

    “You call it whatever you want. I want to tell you. They [the Bush administration] lied. They said there were weapons of mass destruction [in Iraq]; there were none. And they knew there were none. There were no weapons of mass destruction.” ……….. “We spent $2 trillion, thousands of lives. Obviously, it was a mistake. George Bush made a mistake. We can make mistakes. But that one was a beauty. We should have never been in Iraq. We have destabilized the Middle East.””
    Trump

    “That is the phenomenon of the US. Since 1945 they’ve destroyed 73 countries and were directly involved in the deaths of 26 million people. It is a horror show. It just must stop!”
    John Shipton, journalist and executive officer of Wiki Leaks.