Is that why you hate Jews so much?

Your mother finally told you your real father was a Jew
Or maybe a Mooslim?
Jews are created by the mother being a Jew. Perhaps Jewish men are a bit loose with who they fuk and that is the only way to keep the family tree in the same tree or the whole world would be Jewish by now. What makes a Jew bad is how many Gentiles he fuks over rather than anything else. Give Christians and Muslims the same advantages just in education alone (that is about 4B people btw) and the Jewish population would be outclassed on every level. Even Trumps son in law only graduated from University because 'daddy' built a new wing at the price of $1.5M, I'm thinking that isn't on his (official) resume. Before they would allow him to marry she had to convert to Judaism.

BTW, why would I care very much anyway, I don't have any kids that will be trying to survive in a rigged society. Just their bad luck so many are liars cause I hate liars so much I can see straight through them. It seems I don't mind mentioning that to them either. If not for you trolls the posst about Jews would be as balanced as they deserve, that would apply to Christians and Muslims also.
Who's your real daddy...Joo or Mooslim?
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The US has never killed Muslims. Your drug soaked brain believes the fake news websites that you continually visit for your information. News blessed by your church. Your funda-mental brain cannot comprehend your evil nature. You are the devil's disciple. You and selfsame.

You spout biblical quotes on one hand and the then us and run don humanity with the other. Yours is an empty existence, full of hate and lies. The words of the devil.

We can thank God that you have no children. Drink of the Kool-Aid, sycophant of the devil's church. Get thee behind me.

Just the fuktards like you and and the collective.

" and the then us and run don humanity with the other."
Get your Mom to proofread your dribble. Just the intentional sinners and liars. When whole collective are nothing but liars. 4M killed means nothing to you fukers.

Hers is 500,000 children and look at the amount of compassion coming out of this bitch's face.
Madeleine Albright - The deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children was worth it for Iraq's non existent WMD's

Like you trying to quote Scripture isn't like nails on a blackboard to God's ears.

If God is a myth how can Jews claim any land at all or demand eternal payments for a massacre that never happened?
Trump: ‘My Generals’ Authorized US Missions In Niger – News From
In comments Wednesday regarding the recent revealed US military operation inside Niger, President Trump confirmed that he never personally authorized any of the mission, but rather that “my generals and my military” did that all on their own.

Trump insisted his generals “are great generals” and “I gave them authority to do what’s right” and he is confident that eventually “we’re going to win.” Trump added that he’s been finding out about the mission just like everyone else has. Which seems like a huge problem, despite no one treating it like one. President Trump was apparently “informed” of Niger after the October 4 ambush when they realized one of the soldiers was missing, and Senate Armed Services Committee members earlier this week said they were “stunned” to learn how many US troops are operating in Niger.

It appears the war for Lebanon is hitting 2nd gear.
PressTV-US imposes new sanctions on Hezbollah
The US House of Representatives has endorsed new sanctions on the Lebanese resistance group Hezbollah.
The new sanctions were passed by voice vote, without opposition on Wednesday on the pretext of the resistance group’s “acts of death and destruction.”
This is while Hezbollah has played a major role in battling Daesh Takfiri terrorists near the Lebanese border with Syria.
“These critical measures will impose new sanctions to crack down on Hezbollah’s financing, and hold it accountable for its acts of death and destruction,” said Representative Ed Royce, the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Ed Royce speaks at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, October 23, 2017 in Washington, DC.
US President Donald Trump on Thursday declared the opioid crisis that has gripped the nation for years a national public health emergency.

The designation will not dedicate any more money to the health crisis, but could help redirect existing emergency funds, particularly toward expanding access to medical services in rural areas. However, the US Public Health Emergency Fund that can now be accessed to deal with the opioid epidemic currently contains just $57,000, AP reports, citing the Department of Health and Human Services.
"This epidemic is a national health emergency," Trump said in a speech at the White House. "As Americans we cannot allow this to continue."
The declaration will last for 90 days and can be renewed afterward. It will expand access to telemedicine in rural areas, direct agencies to slash bureaucratic delays when it comes to distributing existing grants and shift some federal grant funds toward this particular drug crisis.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 140 Americans die from opioid overdoses each day. "We are currently dealing with the worst drug crisis in American history," Trump said Thursday. "It's just been so long in the making. Addressing it will require all of our effort."

I wonder when somebody is going to tell him it all comes from Afghanistan and that is why the US will always be there.

Hezbollah – Capabilities And Role In The Middle East
Loose the glue dude
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Your best post yet, hahahaha
Thank you
I guess I should have quoted it when it was a blank post. See what a lying little prick you are. lol BTW the Niger post wasn't important enough to dig up the thread. The vids about the history of American Forces there is long enough to dig it up
Lebanon was in the list of 7 countries in 5 years list.

Hamas Security Chief Hurt in Gaza 'Assassination Bid'
The head of Hamas security forces in the Gaza Strip was injured Friday when his car exploded in what the Hamas interior ministry called "a failed assassination attempt."
It did not immediately give details of the source of the explosion, in central Gaza.
"Tawfiq Abu Naim, director general of the internal security forces, survived a failed assassination attempt Friday after his car was blown up in the Nusseirat refugee camp," a ministry statement said.
"He was moderately wounded and was treated in hospital," it added. "The security services immediately began investigations to discover the circumstances of the incident and to catch the perpetrators."

Iraq Forces Advance in 'Last Den' of IS Jihadists
Iraqi forces on Thursday recaptured from the Islamic State group several military bases and villages as they launched a push to wipe out remnants of the jihadists' self-styled caliphate in the country.
The start of the keenly awaited offensive that the U.S.-led coalition fighting IS has dubbed "the last big fight" of the campaign came even as Iraqi troops launched a new operation against the Kurds.
There had been fears the bitter dispute that has raged between the Baghdad government and Iraqi Kurdish leaders since they held a referendum for independence last month would hamper the battle against IS.
But federal troops and allied paramilitary units pressed ahead with a threatened drive up the Euphrates valley towards the Syrian border in a bid to retake two Sunni Arab towns renowned as hotbeds of insurgency ever since the U.S.-led invasion of 2003.
"The heroic legions are advancing into the last den of terrorism in Iraq to liberate Al-Qaim, Rawa and the surrounding villages and hamlets," Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi said in a statement from neighboring Iran where he is on a state visit.
"They will all return to the arms of the motherland thanks to the determination and endurance of our fighting heroes," he added.
"The people of IS have no choice but to die or surrender."

Terrain, Geopolitics Make for Tricky Last Battle on IS
The Islamic State group's empire has shrunk fast this year but the rump of its "caliphate" on the Iraq-Syria border is a hostile jihadist heartland where competing regional interests converge.
After losing their main hubs of Mosul and Raqa this year, the noose continued to tighten around holdout IS fighters regrouping in the badlands where the organization was born.
On Thursday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced an assault in the last areas of Anbar province where IS retains a foothold, further turning up the heat on the jihadists' routed remnants.
Alwaght- The parliament of the Iraqi Kurdistan region has approved a request by Masoud Barzani, the president of Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), to step down.
The approval came during a closed session on Sunday in the regional capital, Erbil.
The decision comes just over a month after a controversial secession referendum spearheaded by a defiant Barzani, which led to days of high tensions between Iraqi government and Kurdish militias, Peshmerga.
The veteran Kurdish leader and head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) initially said he would step down after Iraqi Kurds went the polls on November 1.
But these elections have now been postponed by eight months, leaving it unclear what would happen to the presidency in the interim.
Meanwhile, irate demonstrators, some carrying clubs, stormed the parliament of the Iraqi Kurdistan Region as the Kurdish lawmakers approved a request by Barzani, to step down.
According to witnesses, protesters were angry at Barzani’s decision to resign from the presidency of the region.
Some reports indicated that gunshots were heard as protesters, who claimed they were Peshmerga Kurdish fighters forced their way into the parliament building.
‘Why would Washington punish us?’ Resigning Iraqi Kurdistan leader accuses US of betrayal

The US has failed to back the Kurds, who were their close allies in the fight against ISIS terrorists, and has allowed Baghdad to use American weapons in its attack on Kurdistan, Masoud Barzani, the Iraqi Kurdish President, has said after resigning his post.

“Nobody stood up with us other than our mountains,” Barzani said in a televised address Sunday after the Kurdish parliament endorsed his resignation request.
He was referring to Baghdad’s military operation launched on October 16 following the Kurdish referendum. The vast majority had supported the region’s independence from Iraq in the September plebiscite.
The departing Kurdish leader denounced the US for abandoning the Kurds and allowing American Abrams tanks, which were supplied to Iraqi forces to fight Islamic State, to be deployed against them. “Without the help of Peshmerga (Kurdish fighters), Iraqi forces could not have liberated Mosul from ISIS (Islamic State, IS) alone,” he pointed out as cited by Reuters.
“Our people should now question, whether the US was aware of Iraq's attack and why they did not prevent it,” Barzani said.“Why would Washington want to punish Kurdistan?” he reflected in disbelief.
He then accused his Kurdish rivals of “high treason” for handing over the strategic oil-rich city of Kirkuk and surrounding areas to Iraqi forces without a fight. “We tried to stop bloodshed but the Iraqi forces and Popular Mobilization Front (Shia militias) kept advancing, using US weapons,” he said.
The veteran politician said further that Baghdad’s unwillingness to engage in dialogue showed that “Iraq no longer believes in Kurdish rights.” As for the September 25 referendum he had masterminded, Barzani said “three million votes for Kurdistan independence created history and cannot be erased.”
“I am the same Masoud Barzani, I am a Peshmerga (Kurdish fighter) and will continue to help my people in their struggle for independence,” he declared.
Earlier, the 71-year-old leader, who has lead the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) since its inception in 2005, sent a letter to parliament asking for his presidency not to be extended after November 1.
The MPs voted on the request in Erbil Sunday, with 70 voices supporting Barzani’s resignation and 23 voting against the move, Rudaw and Kurdistan 24 channels reported.


Learn how to post before trying to chat with the adults.
NASA:The Moon Landings Were Staged
What are the Saudis really up to with Lebanese 'hostage' Hariri? | Asia Times
What are the Saudis really up to with Lebanese ‘hostage’ Hariri?

Riyadh almost certainly forced the resignation of Lebanon's prime minister. As rumors swirl of his being "held against his will" and a complex Saudi drama plays out, Beirut is impatient to know why

The relationship between the Crown Prince – commonly referred to as MBS – and Hariri was lukewarm, to say the least. For one thing, Mohammad Bin Salman considered the Lebanese leader too soft on Hezbollah. That doesn’t merit restricting his movement, though, let alone placing him under arrest for two nights, as The Washington Post has claimed.
Some are speculating that MBS wants Hariri replaced by his low-profile 51-year old brother Bahaa, a successful businessman with close ties to the kingdom which he inherited from their father Rafik al-Hariri, a tycoon-turned-politician who was assassinated back in February 2005.

The new trial over that murder was supposed to start after a weekend and over the weekend Hezbollah won an election and you cannot bring a ruling government to trail or that would open a floodgate of similar cases. It is like the case just vanished and it was about 2 years before the next headline was published. The investigation into that was dismissed due to fake witnesses and a bunch of other things that should not see the light of day. It being the first drone kill is one such item. The whole street had been built to scale at a French Military base and the PR said it was for the investigation while the reality is it was the test for the killing. Similar blasts hit a University in Syria in the last few years and the crater is the sign as a blast that digs a hole has to start from a high elevation and the bed of a truck will not do it, it does make for a great target for the missile though. The damage is more like that from a atomized gasoline bomb than a few tons of HE which shreds everything rather than cooking one side to a crisp and most of the blast goes straight up anyway when it is in a truck.
The 4 Syrian Generals were eventually cleared but that was 5 years later and the damage to the Syrian/Lebanon relationship was accomplished by then anyway. What is left is speculation about his son being more involved than he has let on and bringing up the past is going to expose some things that should remain buried. Due to there being 2 sons that are traveling the same path it is possible that his resigignation is about his own guilt of his investigation into events has led him to take this course as a protection for his other brother. One that is willing to do what it takes to see that Hezbollah and Syria never become partners now that Syria is no longer under the same control that the KSA is under and Lebanon has to be aligned with them rather than Syria for the best outcome in the events that have to unfold in the next little while is astronomy is part of the PR that goes with the deception. The real difference for the rest of the world is that the KSA and Co end up being administrators of a whole lot of money rather than being the owners of all that money also.

That is pretty close to being between a rock and a hard place but the same plan also has a period where a lot of money is flowing around the poorer countries and that part should be allowed to carry on and then a vote on whether it should continue or not. One big factor is giving the UN military control frees up a lot of money that goes to the people instead. If that relationship isn't abused then having it continue indefinitely can continue. The ones that want their own military already have them. The EU has NATO hardware to protect the Bankers home ground and the IDF can take care of the air as can Russia and China. India is better off being protected and the people can built things for export while they learn to build upwards to lighten the load a high population has. Guess which floor your IT guy will be living on?

The EU signed a “historic” deal to integrate 23 armies to shake off its US dependence
It took 70 years, but the European Union finally signed a pact today (Nov. 13) agreeing to integrate military funding, weapons development, and deployment of European defenses. In a way, creating a unified mega army.
US president’s Donald Trump’s frequent accusations that EU countries do not pay enough into NATO has been one catalyst for them move forward with a unified plan for military cooperation. The other is that it could legitimately diminish the bloc’s dependence on US military support.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, called the pact “historic” as “the real problem is not how much we spend, it is the fact we spend in a fragmented manner.” She also said it would strengthen the work of the US-led NATO.
The UK had always resisted the idea of joint EU defense, fearing some kind of big “European army,” but the country’s planned exit from the bloc has removed that hurdle, allowing 23 other EU countries to move forward. Once Brexit happens, the UK could still possibly be involved, but for a price.
The group will have a €5 billion ($5.8 billion) European Defense Fund to buy weapons, a different fund for operations, and also get money from the EU budget for research. In the end, it means that the EU would have stronger, better synchronized national military forces to respond to crises together. German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel called it a “milestone in European development.”
Devastating investigative report by @BuzzFeed connecting the $230m theft Sergei Magnitsky exposed and was killed over to Russian funding for ISIS and Syrian chemical weapons. All done through Cyprus
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Putin: We will continue to protect Syria's sovereignty

Putin: We will continue to protect Syria's sovereignty - Fort Russ

the dynamics are changing rapidly.......
Syria says rare U.S. strike an effort 'to support terrorism'
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February 8, 2018 12:58 PM EST
This photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defence White Helmets, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, shows a plume of smoke rises while civil defence workers arrive at the scene of an attack after airstrikes hit a rebel-held suburb near Damascus, Syria, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018.Syrian Civil Defence White Helmets via AP
BEIRUT — Syrian state-run media said Thursday a rare U.S. strike on government-backed troops in eastern Syria killed and wounded dozens of tribal fighters, calling it a new effort “to support terrorism.”
The U.S.-led coalition said its action was in “self-defence,” citing a major attack on its allied forces and U.S. advisers in Deir el-Zour province by at least 500 fighters, battle tanks, howitzers and mortars.
The overnight attack, which a U.S. military official earlier said killed about 100 of the attackers, added another layer to the Syrian conflict that is once again plunging into a new and unpredictable spiral of violence.
This photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defence group known as the White Helmets, shows a civil defence worker carrying a wounded man after airstrikes hit a rebel-held suburb near Damascus, Syria, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)
The attack in Deir el-Zour province in northeastern Syria occurred in crowded battle space. A stronghold of Islamic State militants until late last year, the province also was the group’s main source of oil revenue. U.S.-backed Kurdish-led forces have been fighting for control of Deir el-Zour with rival Russian-backed Syrian troops that are reinforced by Iranian-supported militias.
The U.S.-backed forces control areas east of the Euphrates River and most of the oil and gas fields, while government forces are based in the west. Previous friction was reported before, but Wednesday’s incident appeared to be the largest since last year. The IS militants have been dispersed in the province, which also has a number of U.S. bases.
In an email Thursday to The Associated Press, Col. Thomas F. Veale said the coalition reported to the Russians the buildup of the pro-government forces in the area before the attack, and communicated with them during and after it. The Russian officials offered assurances that they would not engage the coalition forces in the area, Veale said.
“Pro-regime forces initiated hostilities with artillery pieces (howitzers). Additionally, Syrian pro-regime forces manoeuvred T-55 and T-72 main battle tanks with supporting mortar fire in what appears to be a co-ordinated attack on Syrian Democratic Forces approximately 8 kilometres (5 miles) east of the Euphrates River de-confliction line in Khusham, Syria,” Veale said.
By crossing the river, the pro-government forces would have violated the existing de-confliction agreement between Washington and Moscow, approaching U.S.-backed forces based near an oil field in the area. Russia is the main ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Asked if Russia was responsible for not stopping the attack, Veale said: “The de-confliction effort has served its purpose. Just as the coalition does not direct the operations of the SDF, the Russians do not direct operations of the Syrian regime.”
This photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defence group known as the White Helmets, shows civilians standing near a body after airstrikes hit a rebel-held suburb near Damascus, Syria, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. (Syrian Civil Defense White Helmets via AP)
Veale said they suspect the Syrian pro-government forces were trying to seize terrain from the U.S.-backed forces liberated from IS militants last year, including major oil fields in the area.
The Russian Defence Ministry said the U.S. airstrike wounded 25 pro-Syrian volunteers. It alleged that the incident showed that Washington was not interested in fighting Islamic militants but wanted “to seize and hold Syrian economic assets.”
Syria’s state media said the coalition bombed government-backed troops in Khusham, describing them as tribal fighters. The media cited reports of dozens killed and wounded.
The official state news agency SANA said the local fighters were battling IS militants and the U.S.-backed SDF in the area.
SANA labeled it an “aggression” and a “new massacre.” It later reported that 10 strikes by the coalition had caused “massive destruction.”
The head of the SDF unit in the area, Ahmed Abu Khawla, told AP the attackers were government-backed local militias known as the National Defence Forces. He said they started the attack near oil fields on the east side of the Euphrates.
“It was a little bit stronger than the usual clashes in the area. Everyone is back to their bases,” said Abu Khawla, the head of the Deir el-Zour Military Council. “It is now normal.”
This photo provided by the Syrian Civil Defence group known as the White Helmets, shows civil defence workers searching for survivors after airstrikes hit a rebel-held suburb near Damascus, Syria, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. (Syrian Civil Defence White Helmets via AP)
In Beirut, an official with Hezbollah said the group has no presence in the area hit by the coalition, adding that those who came under fire were pro-Assad forces known as the Popular Committees, as well as the Syrian National Defence Forces. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors the war, said Deir el-Zour province continues to be tense following the foiled attack and the U.S. response, and said there were reports of a new mobilization to the area.
The Observatory, which relies on a network of activists in Syria, said the Khusham area, near one of the province’s largest oil fields, saw intense clashes with heavy weaponry late Wednesday between pro-Assad forces and the SDF.
The clashes prompted the coalition response with land-to-land missiles and airstrikes, the Observatory said. It added that at least 45 pro-government troops, including Arab and Asian fighters, were killed.
Last summer, the coalition shot down Iranian-made armed drones and aircraft affiliated with the Syrian government in southern Syria, after they came dangerously close to U.S-backed forces and advisers.
The U.S. airstrike coincides with escalating violence in Syria.
Turkey, a NATO member, has been carrying out a military offensive to clear a U.S.-backed Kurdish militia from in a northwestern border town, increasing tensions between Washington and Ankara.
The Syrian government also has been pressing its campaign against a rebel-held area near the capital of Damascus. On Thursday, the Syrian Civil Defence, known as the White Helmets, said 35 people were killed in a number of towns in the eastern Ghouta area, which has been pummeled by a combination of artillery and airstrikes.
Activists have recorded at least 169 killed since Monday in eastern Ghouta.
Meanwhile, Turkish officials said the leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran will meet in Istanbul to discuss peace efforts for Syria.
The officials said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to the summit in a telephone call Thursday. It was not immediately clear when the Istanbul meeting would take place.
The Turkish officials said the two also agreed that efforts to create “observation posts” in Syria’s Idlib province as part of a de-escalation agreement among Turkey, Russia and Iran should gain momentum. Turkey already has deployed troops in Idlib to such posts, and some of its soldiers have come under attack.
They also discussed the humanitarian situation in the Ghouta region.
The officials provided the information on condition of anonymity in line with government rules.
Syria says rare U.S. strike an effort ‘to support terrorism’ | Toronto Sun
Why start small.
FRN has been made aware that Iranian Revolutionary Guards Chief, Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari, just hours ago declared that Iran has fully liberated the Gulf and Strait of Hormuz from foreign and hostile subjugation. Iran had been conducting ‘drills’ in the area, beginning in mid-June, and supported by the Chinese Navy, when the drill went ‘live’.
This was a confirmation of the statement by Alireza Tangsiri, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard’s navy chief, saying the same. Iran has confirmed that any number of friendly and neutral states will continue to have full commercial access to the strategic water-way. China has confirmed its support for today’s major move on the part of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The strait will now be a part of a strategic co-prosperity zone for Axis of Resistance countries, as well as increasingly neutral states including other Gulf Monarchies, like Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, and the United Arab Emirates, who are now in a process of pushing out of Saudi-Israeli interference and control. The orientation of these states had begun to shift dramatically in the 2016-17 period, when the success of Iran and Russia in the Syrian war became evident.

Details of today’s event:
Iran had been conducting a series of ‘drills’ and ‘military exercises’ since mid-June, in the strait, when apparently the ‘drill went live’, and Iran declared full military control of the Gulf and Strait of Hormuz. This is a major event, the significance of which has already sent a strong and stabilizing message around the world.
The official IRNA news agency said the start of major drill in the lead-up to today’s major event, occurred on Sunday June 17th, and included an Iranian warship and two *Chinese destroyers, a logistics ship and one helicopter. The Chinese flotilla ‘went to Oman’ after the naval exercise, state-run Xinhua also confirmed in their report. Iran has confirmed that Oman will continue to have access, despite pressures from Saudi Arabia and Israeli. The Chinese flotilla is still stationed in Oman, and in connection with this, are the official reports dating back to May that China and Oman have entered into a military-strategic partnership.

The Russian Military in Place to Cover Syria's Final Offensive With Huge Naval Armada, Hypersonic Missiles

A powerful Russian naval armada led by a Slava-class cruiser has assembled in the Eastern Mediterranean, while hypersonic-armed MiGs are in the air over the Caspian. By all appearances it looks like a Syrian offensive against Idlib Jihadistan is a go and Russia is making sure there will be no interference
US National Security Adviser John Bolton reportedly warned that Washington was ready for military action against Syria if Damascus uses chemical weapons.

Syrian air defense forces were placed on full alert amid concerns about a possible US strike against the country, Al Masdar News reported, citing local media sources.
A source at the Mezzeh Air Base claimed that the troops stationed at the facility were ordered to prepare for a possible attack against Damascus.
While the exact reason for this move wasn’t revealed, "it is believed to be due to the potential threat of a US strike on the capital or its surrounding area," the news agency added.
The Syrian government however hasn't yet commented on these reports.
Earlier, the Ministry announced that the United States, the United Kingdom and France were preparing to carry out new strikes against Syria under the pretext of a false chemical weapons attack by Syrian government forces.

"The United States keeps building up the group of cruise missile carriers in the Middle East region, connected with the preparation of a regular provocation with an alleged 'use of chemical weapons' in the province of Idlib," Konashenkov said.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the US destroyer may strike any part of Syria from the Mediterranean.

Iran warns that it has full control of Strait of Hormuz: report

Iran claims it controls Strait of Hormuz, prompting Pompeo denial | Fox News
A major shipping route located between Oman and Iran where nearly one-third of the world's sea-traded oil passes through daily may become a new flashpoint after a top Iranian Navy general said Monday that the country has taken full control of the Strait of Hormuz.
The head of the navy of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Gen. Alireza Tangsiri, said that Iran had full control of both the Persian Gulf itself and the Strait of Hormuz that leads into it, Reuters reported.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responded Monday night: "The Islamic Republic of Iran does not control the Strait of Hormuz. The Strait is an international waterway. The United States will continue to work with our partners to ensure freedom of navigation and free flow of commerce in international waterways."
It’s heating up: Syria readies to recapture Idlib, Moscow warns of provocation to frame Assad
CIA decided regime change for syria and come hell or high water they will find a way. Leaving enough white helmets behind to stage a 'chemical' attack by syria will give them the excuse they seek to continue their involvement in syria. Dunno if the u.s. expected the syrian regime change to be so tough, iraq and libya they 'liberated' and both are now peaceful thriving nations, why is syria resisting?
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iraq and libya they 'liberated' and both are now peaceful thriving nations, why is syria resisting?

Of course they are, Dear. That is probably why you could provide so many links to show how much better off they are than having to suffer the treatment listed below by their 'mad man dictator'. 'Your kind' should understand the international community does have access to information so your lies are easily exposed for what they are. Liars are soulless people who will feed on themselves when cut off from other prey. That list is getting shorter and shorter and it's comforting to know we are on different sides of the fence.
You forgot Afghanistan and the long list of accomplishments she has made sine the US invasion, sorry, liberation. That is why Syria didn't crumble.
Facts you probably do not know about Libya under Muammar Gaddafi:
• There are no electricity bills in Libya; electricity is free … for all its citizens.
• There is no interest on loans, banks in Libya are state-owned and loans given to all its citizens at 0% interest by law.
• If a Libyan is unable to find employment after graduation, the state pays the average salary of the profession as if he or she is employed until employment is found.
• Should Libyans want to take up a farming career, they receive farm land, a house, equipment, seed and livestock to kick start their farms – all for free.
• Gaddafi carried out the world’s largest irrigation project, known as the Great Man-Made River project, to make water readily available throughout the desert country.
• A home considered a human right in Libya. (In Qaddafi’s Green Book it states: “The house is a basic need of both the individual and the family, therefore it should not be owned by others.”)
• All newlyweds in Libya receive 60,000 Dinar (US$ 50,000 ) by the government to buy their first apartment so to help start a family.
• A portion of Libyan oil sales is credited directly to the bank accounts of all Libyan citizens.
• A mother who gives birth to a child receives US $5,000.
• When a Libyan buys a car, the government subsidizes 50% of the price.
• The price of petrol in Libya is $0.14 per liter.
• For $ 0.15, a Libyan local can purchase 40 loaves of bread.
• Education and medical treatments are free in Libya. Libya can boast one of the finest health care systems in the Arab and African World. All people have access to doctors, hospitals, clinics and medicines, completely free of charge.
• If Libyans cannot find the education or medical facilities they need in Libya, the government funds them to go abroad for it – not only free but they get US $2,300/month accommodation and car allowance.
• 25% of Libyans have a university degree. Before Gaddafi only 25% of Libyans were literate. Today the figure is 87%.
• Libya has no external debt and its reserves amount to $150 billion – though much of this is now frozen globally.
They Syria guessed it, Israel. The same munitions have been used in Syria, noticeably the double tap at the university. That is a war crime just so you know what sort of criminals you have hooked yourself up with.
Who Killed Hariri?

Free eh? you are a bad liar, that must make you a cherished member here, lol.
Truce Reached after Deadly Clashes in Libyan Capital

A truce has been reached after deadly clashes erupted between rival militias in Tripoli, a security source said Tuesday as residents reported calm had returned to Libyan capital.
Five people were killed and 33 wounded on Monday, the health ministry said, as two factions faced off with tanks and pickup trucks mounted with machine guns.
After explosions and gunfire rocked Tripoli's suburbs, a truce was reached on Monday evening according to a source from the security services.
Negotiations were due to take place on Tuesday aimed at achieving a lasting ceasefire, the source added.
A resident of the Ain Zara neighbourhood in south-east Tripoli confirmed calm had returned to the area.
Other residents in the Salaheddin and Khallet al-Ferjan neighbourhoods, in southern Tripoli, said the fighting had ended although some roads remained closed to traffic.
The clashes involved two rival groups linked to the UN-backed Government of National Accord (GNA), according to security sources.
Interior Minister Abdessalam Ashour said the fighting pitted the so-called 7th Brigade -- a militia from the town of Tarhuna southeast of Tripoli -- against security forces.

IS Claims Deadly Libya Checkpoint Attack
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack earlier this week on a checkpoint in western Libya, as Libyan authorities announced the arrest of the suspected perpetrators.
"Soldiers of the caliphate assaulted the 'Wadi Kaam' gate, on the Zliten-Khoms road two days ago, targeting a gathering of apostate security elements" loyal to Libya's U.N.-backed unity government, the jihadist group said via its Amaq propaganda arm.
Six soldiers loyal the Government of National Accord (GNA) were killed in the Thursday attack, illustrative of the insecurity that has plagued the country since a 2011 uprising.
Zliten Mayor Moftah Ahmadi told AFP the assault in the town, which lies 170 kilometres (105 miles) from the capital in an area where IS jihadists are active, targeted special operations forces commanded by the interior ministry.
Three men, "armed with grenades and light weapons" led the attack, Ahmadi said. One was shot dead and the other two managed to escape.
In an interview Saturday with Libya's private al-Ahrar broadcaster, the unity government's Interior Minister Abdelsalam Ashour said "the perpetrators of the attack were apprehended", without specifying how many people were arrested.

This is Russia's way of doing things in the area. Notice the 'roll reversal' from 100 years ago or is it just that the truth is poking through the barrage of lies that the West is built on. You do know lies are used to cover acts even they know are immortal yet you cheer them on. Clearly you are already a loser.
Syria Ready to Take One Million Returning Refugees, Says Moscow
Russia's defence minister said on Tuesday that war-torn Syria would be ready to accept one million returning refugees, following Moscow-backed reconstruction work.
"Since 2015, when towns and villages gradually started to be freed, more than one million people have returned home," Sergei Shoigu said in comments reported by Russian news agencies.
"Now every opportunity has been created for the return of roughly one million (more) refugees," he told journalists.
"Huge infrastructure reconstruction work is ongoing, the rebuilding of transport routes and security points so that Syria can begin accepting refugees."
Wow my sarcastic comments emphasized with 'liberated' pretty much sailed over your head.
You set the tone of your post with the shit about the white helmets. Post something real that supports your sarcasm if that is what it was.

The oil was liberated into the Rothchild coffers. Lets be clear that the lives of the people mean nothing in any of those countries, it is a campaign to make Israel the only functioning dictatorship in the area.
Iranian Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said on Tuesday that security forces had arrested "tens of spies" working in different branches of the Iranian government, according to the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA), a semi-official media publication in the country.

The intelligence minister did not say which countries the spies were working for nor when they were arrested, but only that many of them were dual citizens of Iran and other states.
"I have repeatedly asked people to inform us if they know any dual national. The Intelligence Ministry's anti-espionage unit has successfully identified and arrested tens of spies in different governmental bodies," ISNA quotes the minister as saying.
Maryam Rajavi, leader of the People's Mujahedin of Iran (MEK), a former US-designated terrorist organization which now enjoys deep ties to the US State Department and White House, called on Saturday for Western countries to expell "the regime's spies and mercenaries" which she argued take "advantage of diplomatic resources to promote state-sponsored terrorism."
BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:15 P.M.) – The Russian Navy has sent its largest fleet ever to the Mediterranean Sea in response to the alleged U.S. naval build-up around the Middle East.
According to the Twitter account @Capt_Navy, the Russian Navy has sent 15 warships to the Mediterranean Sea, which corroborates the report from Yoruk Isik of the Bosphorus Observer.

Below are the 15 ships the Russian Navy has sent to the Mediterranean Sea in the last few weeks:
  • CG Marshal Ustinov
  • DDG Severomorsk
  • DDG Yaroslav Mudryy
  • FFG Admiral Grigorovich
  • FFG Admiral Essen
  • FFL Pytlivyy
  • FSG Vyshniy Volochek
  • FSG Grad Sviyazhsk
  • FSG Velikiy Ustyug
  • LST Orsk
  • LST Nikolay Fil’chenkov
  • MS Turbinist
  • MS Valentin Pikul
  • SS Kolpino
  • SS Velikiy Novgorod
This aforementioned list of Russian naval vessels reportedly consists of warships, destroyers, frigates , and submarines.
The US military is creating a strike force to carry out an attack on government forces in Syria, which is to be justified by a staged chemical attack in the province of Idlib, the Russian military says.
Besides the already noted deployment of the USS The Sullivans to the Persian Gulf and the rebasing of a B-1B Lancer strategic bomber to an air base in Qatar, the missile destroyer USS Ross carrying 28 Tomahawk cruise missiles entered the Mediterranean. Thus, the US could launch at least 84 Tomahawk cruise missiles and 24 AGM-158 joint air to surface stand-off missiles (JASSM) if it were to decide to strike the war-torn country right now.
According to Russian military spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov, “these preparations are fresh confirmation of US intentions to use as a pretext a likely simulation of the government forces’ chemical attack, which Hayat Tahrir al-Sham [formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda] militants are plotting with active support from British secret services.”
Reports are appearing that the Syrian Air Defense Forces (SADF) have already started preparing to repel an expected US-led missile strike by deploying additional specialists and air defense systems near the crucial objects of the infrastructure, which they expect may be targeted.
Uncle Sam,s terrorists are all over the world

WW2.75 TO 6.9, VERY DIFFICULT TOO PICK A WINNER. What concerns me the most is interruption of the beer cycle. I can do zip against the UVC AND A , it is actually cooking heads in Canada.
You might have to make your own booze, stock up on a ton or so of brown sugar and potatoes. It's the only combo the Moonshiners missed.

Only 8% out of about 100 fired at military targets got through in April and Syria has a lot of the best systems in place, No they will not defend abandoned building.
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You set the tone of your post with the shit about the white helmets. Post something real that supports your sarcasm if that is what it was.

The oil was liberated into the Rothchild coffers. Lets be clear that the lives of the people mean nothing in any of those countries, it is a campaign to make Israel the only functioning dictatorship in the area.

I felt I set the tone early with "CIA decided regime change for syria", imo the white helmets are u.s. stage hands that orchestrated faux syrian attacks for cnn consumption and provided hawks an excuse to hang around syria. I see no reason whatsoever why this scenario will not again unfold in idlib.
It does seem like a pattern alright.

Russia giving warnings about it also turned out to be true and this time there seems to be even more details and warnings. There is some argument about how the other two attacks went down and I'm sure I can find the links to the info that support what numbers I gave already. I call it as two losses and the newer equipment was a disaster. Firing from anyplace buy Syrian soil is an Act of War and the launch platform is a enemy position. Syria has been defensive so any explosions outside the country is Russia doing the firing or it will be a US false flag should it be a ship or three.
This has to be the big move to get Syria is shots are fired, if not if could be the way the US bails out on it's last employees. I tend to think it is the 'latter' because Russia is bringing a million x-refugees home and he would not do that if he couldn't assure their safety. Perhaps the US wants to kill as many potential witnesses as possible to ward off war crimes trials.
At least two pro-government forces were killed overnight in a string of explosions at a military airport near the Syrian capital, a monitoring group said on Sunday.
Syrian state media also reported the blasts at the Mazzeh airbase, on the western outskirts of Damascus, but did not mention any casualties.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights war monitor said Mazzeh was hit by a "possible Israeli missile, which hit a munitions store setting off successive explosions".
"It left two pro-regime fighters dead and wounded another 11, some of them in critical condition," said Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman.
He could not specify their nationalities or whether they belonged to militias or government forces.
An Israeli military spokeswoman declined to comment on Sunday.
AFP's correspondents in Damascus heard multiple blasts overnight, one of which lit up the sky in a deep red hue, but reported calm on Sunday morning.
A Syrian military source said the Mazzeh airbase "was not the target of Israeli aggression," according to the official SANA news agency.
"The explosions heard were due to an explosion at a munitions deposit close to the airport which was due to an electrical short circuit," the source said, without mentioning any casualties.
The Mazzeh airbase houses Syrian Air Force intelligence, and in early 2017 the Syrian government accused its neighbor Israel of bombing the base.
Israel has sought to avoid direct involvement in the conflict but acknowledges carrying out dozens of air strikes in Syria to stop what it says are deliveries of advanced weaponry to Lebanon's Hizbullah.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Russian President Vladimir Putin may discuss provocations using chemical weapons in Syria at the Russia-Turkey-Iran summit in Tehran on Friday, Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov said in an interview.

"This issue, all aspects of the Syrian settlement and aggravating points will be discussed," Ushakov told the Izvestiya newspaper asked whether the issue of provocations with chemical weapons would be on the summit's agenda.
As the Syrian tragedy lurches toward a bloody final showdown in Idlib province, the Trump administration is struggling to check Russia and the Assad regime from an assault there that U.N. Secretary General António Guterres warns would be a “humanitarian catastrophe.”
The administration’s efforts are so late in coming, and so limited, it’s hard to muster much hope they can reverse seven years of American failure. But at least the administration has stopped the dithering and indecision of the past 18 months and signaled that the United States has enduring interests in Syria, beyond killing Islamic State terrorists — and that it isn’t planning to withdraw its Special Operations forces from northeastern Syria anytime soon.
“Right now, our job is to help create quagmires [for Russia and the Syrian regime] until we get what we want,” says one administration official, explaining the effort to resist an Idlib onslaught. This approach involves reassuring the three key U.S. allies on Syria’s border — Israel, Turkey and Jordan — of continued American involvement.
President Trump’s personal commitment to Syria is unclear, given his frequent past comments that America’s role there should be limited to fighting terrorists. But the revamped policy appears to have the backing of Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who recently appointed Jim Jeffrey, a respected former ambassador to Iraq and Turkey, to coordinate Syria engagement.
Is the Next US Aggression on Syria Already Scheduled?

"What has me most worried are the various reports which say that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov last week that 'Moscow would be held responsible' if any chemical attack occurs"
US Says Has Already Drafted List of Targets to Hit in Threatened Syria Strike

Imagine if Syria or Iran announced they had "drafted a list of targets to hit" in the US
The u.s. has invested heavily to get russia out of the mediterranean but the crimea black sea fleet, airfield and sea port in syria persist. If the u.s. does manage a gadaffi style end for assad putin could lose his tartus sea port n' imo he will not let that happen, like crimea tartus is vital for russian navy ops.
This u.s. lust for assads' head could be the fuse that if lit will set off fireworks heretofore unseen.