Russian marines clash with ISIS in Syria


darkbeaver
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Russian marines clash with ISIS in Syria


September 21, 2015

Translated by Kristina Rus


Segodnia.ru:


Russian marines engaged in a fight with militants of the Islamic State near the Syrian city of Latakia.

According to news agency "Fresh Wind", on Saturday night to Sunday morning members of ISIS tried to mount an attack on the airbase, however, they were ambushed.

During the battle, the Russian military claims to have killed some militants, and some captured.

The agency also notes that the ambushed militants had a detailed plan of the air base and clear satellite images marked with key military installations.

Voenternet.ru:

As announced on September 20th by "MILITARY INFORMANT" On the night from September 19 to 20, our marines guarding the Russian military base, located near the settlement of Latakia (Syria), discovered a group of militants walking in the direction of the base, numbering up to 8 people. The decision was made to destroy the enemy, after all, our intelligence knew about the plans of the militants for organizing the attack on the Russian base in Latakia with mortars and small arms.

As a result of the clash, three militants were killed, two captured, and the rest retreated. During the search of the prisoners plans of the airbase and satellite images with the marked important points of the base were found. Russian marines clash with ISIS in Syria - Fort Russ


 
MHz
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And so it begins . . . .

Peace in Syria? It?s Putin?s Fault
Aaaaand now, heeere’s Putin
The Obama administration – duly followed by the European minions – simply won’t listen. Already in 2014 former UN-Arab League representative for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, was saying the Russian analysis of the whole Syrian puzzle was right from the beginning.
Now, Nobel peace prize winner and former negotiator Martti Ahtisaari is saying that already in early 2012 a Russian proposal was floated that included Assad stepping out of power after peace negotiations with credible, non-jihadi opposition interlocutors.
What Moscow has done now is to step up the diplomatic game – trying to bridge the gap between Damascus and the credible opposition (not exactly a huge crowd) while cobbling up a real coalition to fight ISIS/ISIL/Daesh; as far as Moscow is concerned, this is a major national security threat, what with jihadis slouching towards “Syraq” from the Volga to the north Caucasus.
And here we find an important distinction; Russia’s national security interests do not necessarily converge with Iran’s national security interests (as in Syria offering a bridge to Hezbollah and also a Mediterranean projection for Iran.)
Still, Moscow’s is the only diplomatic game in town because Washington’s Plan A continues to be regime change, and there’s no coherent “Western” road map which simultaneously guarantees smashing ISIS/ISIL/Daesh while preventing the catastrophic dismemberment of the Syrian state.
Assad’s position, in detail, is here. Putin’s position, in detail, is here. It’s up to any informed, unbiased observer to draw the necessary conclusions. Meanwhile, the enormity of the refugee crisis is open to scrutiny practically next door to EU headquarters; no summit-addicted Eurocrat even bothered to go there and talk to the asylum seekers.
As it ramps up the diplomatic front, Moscow obviously pays attention to facts on the ground – as in the expanded infrastructure at Latakia’s air base where Russian advisers are stationed. US Think Tankland’s concerted hysteria denouncing the build up “greatly complicates” the US-led coalition campaign do not even qualify as a kindergarten prank.
There won’t be a “direct clash” between coalition F-16s and Russian jets – and the Pentagon knows it. What the Pentagon cannot possibly admit is that the Russian build up necessarily prevents funny ideas such as the coalition pulling a Turk – as in bombing Assad’s forces instead of ISIS/ISIL/Daesh. And by the way, Ankara’s clout in Washington continues to drop – as in the US not being part of a much-hyped no-fly zone to be established over northern Aleppo.
Turkey and GCC coalition members have been indirectly warned; forget about targeting Russian advisers opposing “moderate rebels” using lethal weapons supplied by Turkey, GCC and the US. “Complicating” the coalition “efforts”, in US Think Tankland newspeak, means one cannot bomb Assad’s forces with impunity. Damn, it’s tough to deliver regime change under so many constraints.
 
EagleSmack
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Man... DB, MHz, and Boomer are loving that Russian Propaganda stuff these days.
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Man... DB, MHz, and Boomer are loving that Russian Propaganda stuff these days.

Well as propaganda goes we now have a much better international selection thanks to the Russian invention of the internet. We are no longer limited to the same old **** night and day and we gots a great variety of really good **** now and don't have to listen to Uncle Shams tired unoriginal bland repetative dumbed down for domestic consumption **** nomow.
 
Kreskin
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Boycott the Olympics!!
 
Tecumsehsbones
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Boycott Russian. . . um. . . what the heck do we get from Russia?

Oh, yeah.

Boycott Russian brother/sister rape porn!
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Boycott Russian. . . um. . . what the heck do we get from Russia?

Oh, yeah.

Boycott Russian brother/sister rape porn!

Vodka, and Mail Order Brides

Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Man... DB, MHz, and Boomer are loving that Russian Propaganda stuff these days.

At least Russia is kicking azz and taking names...

What's the U.S. doing??? *crickes*

Careful with that red line....

Hey!! But Trump will make "America Great Again" just like the 50's AmeriKKKa!!
 
darkbeaver
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Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Boycott Russian. . . um. . . what the heck do we get from Russia?

The middle finger! hahahahahahahahahahahaahahahah
 
lone wolf
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Methinks someone missed the R R in the toon....
 
EagleSmack
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They've always kicked azz in Pravda!





Who's your Daddy Boomer!
 
B00Mer
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Is China the most powerful country in the world? | Debate.org

After all, they own the USA- Bitches!!!

China is the USA's Daddy!

AmeriKKKa!!!!!!
Last edited by B00Mer; Sep 21st, 2015 at 07:45 PM..
 
EagleSmack
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Who's your Daddy!
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

Is China the most powerful country in the world? | Debate.org

After all, they own the USA- Bitches!!!

China is the USA's Daddy!

AmeriKKKa!!!!!!

Still have that backwards eh?
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

Boycott Russian. . . um. . . what the heck do we get from Russia?

Oh, yeah.

Boycott Russian brother/sister rape porn!

Out of work Lawyer in Washington has a new hobby I see. Now do the same question but put the EU in there instead of your country. Always trying to make everything about 'you'.

Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Still have that backwards eh?

Just goes to show that not everybody recovers from a mental meltdown.
 
petros
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BOOMer will be okay, you on the other hand have been written off.
 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Man... DB, MHz, and Boomer are loving that Russian Propaganda stuff these days.

How does that make you feel? Sad perhaps??

Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

BOOMer will be okay, you on the other hand have been written off.

Thank you for not taking me under your wing, the smell must be rancid. Best of luck boomer, I know being mentored by Pete will the feather in your cap as far as career moves go. Work hard and someday you can be as important to the world as Pete here is.
 
petros
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I have a wing for ya. The mental health wing.
 
MHz
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Last time you heard the term 'buzz' you bought a ticket and ended up in Winnipeg.
 
petros
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Wtf?



take your pills!!!
 
MHz
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In the vision (at this moment the guy wearing the dunce cap and sitting in the corner reveals a sparkly Merlin type wand and the rest is history so to speak) an original OSS Agent happened to get captured and put into a cell. The room was in a tall building and the jailers were so sure he couldn't get out they only put bars on the doors and not on the windows. He tried to find for months and months to try and find a way to escape to no solution. Then the seasonal rains came and the rains was coming down in sheets so he grabbed a few of the sheets and tied them together and climbed down to the ground where the guards started rushing me from all sides so I started yelling and yelling until by voice became a little horse. I jumped on the little horse and we galloped away until we came to a wide river. Since the river had 2 banks we (horsey and I) waited until 3 O'clock (clue to what era it is from) and the banks closed and we then walked across and a little ways further we heard a bee go buzzing by so we caught that bus and went home.

That was kindergarten where I come from and memorization was on the 1st go or you missed the bus. Mesquite Tea may have helped a bit there.
 
EagleSmack
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huh?
 
MHz
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Is this a 2 engine 2 stage cruise missile?
 
Danbones
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It should be noted that it is not only Russians, who like Putin and his work as president. The rating of Barack Obama has gone down; many Americans believe that he is a liar who takes the country in a wrong direction, etc. The Wall Street Journal conducted a poll, in which highly educated Europeans said "basta" to criticism and sanctions against Russia. Citizen.TV of Britain was surprised to find out that many Europeans believe that the image of Russia had been too much demonized. The Independent conducted a survey, the results of which showed that about 90 percent of its readers considered Vladimir Putin most favorite world leader." - See more at: Do Americans want a man like Putin as their president? - English pravda.ru

putin plays chess quite well compared to any NATO leader
no trick - he seems to actually go by facts...
( "facts" - lord, now thats a word that will go over some heads here )
 
EagleSmack
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Oh dear... Pravda.


 
MHz
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Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

The rating of Barack Obama has gone down; many Americans believe that he is a liar who takes the country in a wrong direction, etc.

If anybody believes that Obama is making his own decisions they are naive about what is going on in America and just who is pulling his strings. You seem smart enough that you should have heard about the money masters.
 
Danbones
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Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post



If anybody believes that Obama is making his own decisions they are naive about what is going on in America and just who is pulling his strings. You seem smart enough that you should have heard about the money masters.

yep, MHZ
the ol babylonian woe..
all wars are bankers wars

there was also that incident where Obama was caught on an OPEN mike back stage telling (I think) medvedev:
" just wait till after I am elected " or similar.

so it could very well be the good cop/ dim wit cop routine

side note:
say, is that cameron looking like he has a pig under the table

Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmack View Post

Oh dear... Pravda.


wow you dont read well do you?
WALL street journal
independant
citizen tv ( isn't all tv in britian state run?)

man, I thought that face palm is you hiding your face for shame
Last edited by Danbones; Sep 24th, 2015 at 04:57 PM..
 
EagleSmack
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Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post


wow you dont read well do you?
WALL street journal
independant
citizen tv ( isn't all tv in britian state run?)

man, I thought that face palm is you hiding your face for shame




Say again? Wall Street Journal?


Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

It should be noted that it is not only Russians, who like Putin and his work as president. The rating of Barack Obama has gone down; many Americans believe that he is a liar who takes the country in a wrong direction, etc. The Wall Street Journal conducted a poll, in which highly educated Europeans said "basta" to criticism and sanctions against Russia. Citizen.TV of Britain was surprised to find out that many Europeans believe that the image of Russia had been too much demonized. The Independent conducted a survey, the results of which showed that about 90 percent of its readers considered Vladimir Putin most favorite world leader." - See more at: Do Americans want a man like Putin as their president? - English pravda.ru

Nope.. as I said... Pravda



Thanks for playing!
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by Danbones View Post

It should be noted that it is not only Russians, who like Putin and his work as president. The rating of Barack Obama has gone down; many Americans believe that he is a liar who takes the country in a wrong direction, etc. The Wall Street Journal conducted a poll, in which highly educated Europeans said "basta" to criticism and sanctions against Russia. Citizen.TV of Britain was surprised to find out that many Europeans believe that the image of Russia had been too much demonized. The Independent conducted a survey, the results of which showed that about 90 percent of its readers considered Vladimir Putin most favorite world leader." - See more at: Do Americans want a man like Putin as their president? - English pravda.ru

putin plays chess quite well compared to any NATO leader
no trick - he seems to actually go by facts...
( "facts" - lord, now thats a word that will go over some heads here )

And we should care what eurotrash thinks because????
 
Danbones
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say again?
nope
you saw it the first time, as can anyone else
lol
now you are just trolling
bye dolf
 
MHz
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Let me guess, the US leaves for good and Russian moves in with some goods for the civilians.

"The current US administration wants to find a solution to the crisis in Syria. There is a tacit agreement between the US and Russia to reach this solution," Bouthaina Shaaban, a close adviser to Assad, told Syrian state television on Wednesday.

Read more: Assad Advisor: 'Tacit' Deal Between Russia and US Will End War in Syria

"The US recognizes now that Russia has profound knowledge of this region and a better assessment of the situation," she added. "The current international climate is heading towards détente and towards a solution for the crisis in Syria."