Dugin’s Guideline – Liberalism dies

Russia will soon simply because the circumstances have to be in a situation of mobilization. This will affect everything – not only the army, the army and so mobilized, because we are fighting in Syria, in the full sense of the word. This Touches the entire society. And here the vestiges of liberalism, trailing since the Yeltsin era, they can not survive. They have completely lost all meaning.

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Three options | Colonel Cassad

The Syrian leadership has offered the militants surrounded in Aleppo three possible variants of future developments, in addition to the obvious military scenario in which many people will die and most of the fighters.

1. To drop the weapon and surrender, after which they can expect the legalization and subsequent Amnesty.

2. To evacuate from Eastern Aleppo to all parts of Syria for their choice with what you can carry. (in fact, this scenario is surrender Deraa).

3. To evacuate civilians from East Aleppo (in order to avoid unnecessary casualties among civilians)

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American Threats | Colonel Cassad

The catastrophic decline of the influence of the outgoing administration could be observed on the Senate vote to overcome Obama’s veto, forbidding to sue Saudi Arabia in connection with the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

Therefore, threats from Kerry are enough empty threats from a lame duck. In the worst case, we will see a continuation of the ongoing escalation, or more likely, preservation of the current situation to Obama transfer of power to his successor.

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The battle for Aleppo. 28.09.2016 | UPDATED | Colonel Cassad

In General, the operation more like what is happening in Eastern ghouta, where the path to serious success is a series of small moves within the implementation of the General plan. In this regard, the information that the SAA is thinking about an attack on al-Bab against the Caliphate, look a bit strange, since as in the ongoing fighting around Aleppo and in the city, with fairly limited power even to reach al-Bab to be a problem, not to mention the fact that the storm large village held by the militants of the Caliphate, is a non-trivial problem (see Storming Manbij). The possible motivation for such plans – Damascus wants to more actively influence the processes in Northern Syria not giving her completely at the mercy of the United States, Turkey and the Caliphate.

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About the Russian operation in Syria | BMPD

A year ago, on 30 September, Russia began one of the most ambitious military campaigns in modern history. Its aim was the destruction of the terrorists of the “Islamic state” and the transition to a political settlement of the crisis between supporters and opponents of President Bashar al-Assad. However, key points of operation that was originally planned as a short-reached and was not, and Syria has turned into a place where the geopolitical interests of Russia and the United States face off.

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Gulf may arm DAESH now Syria truce is dead: U.S. officials

One U.S. official, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss American policy, said Washington has kept large numbers of such man-portable air defense systems, or MANPADS, out of Syria by uniting Western and Arab allies behind channeling training and infantry weapons to moderate opposition groups while it pursued talks with Moscow.

But frustration with Washington has intensified, raising the possibility that Gulf allies or Turkey will no longer continue to follow the U.S. lead or will turn a blind eye to wealthy individuals looking to supply MANPADS to opposition groups.

“The Saudis have always thought that the way to get the Russians to back off is what worked in Afghanistan 30 years ago – negating their air power by giving MANPADS to the mujahideen,” said a second U.S. official.

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Todenhöfer: Interview With Al-Nusra Commander “The Americans stand on our side” | MOA

To whom did the U.S. hand those missiles before they were brought to you? Were those missiles first given to the Free Syrian Army by the U.S. and from there to you?

No, the missiles were give directly to us. They were delivered to a certain group. When the “road” was closed and we were besieged we had officers here from Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Israel and the United States.

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Turkey-backed rebel group in Syria joins Jihadist alliance | ARA

The Turkey-backed Syrian rebel group Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement joined the Jihadist Army of Conquest (JaF).

Spokesman of the Jabhat Fateh al-Sham (JFS), Mustafa Muhammed, confirmed that the al-Zanki Movement is now a part of the jihadist alliance.

The al-Qaeda-affliaied Nusra Front has recently changed its name into Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, claiming to have broken ties with al-Qaeda. The JFS is now fighting alongside other Islamist groups in Syria under the umbrella of the Army of Conquest.

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