Sometimes it seems that the Western media really loves Alexander Dugin. First we had Dugin as “Putin’s brain” (as if Putin didn’t have a brain!) and now we have Putin as Dugin’s puppet–honestly, and in the Huffington Post, too!
As always excellent and this time very extensive report posted by Anna-News of the battle formations of the “Tigers” of the leading operations in the area of Al-Taybah.
The Operation to defeat the terrorist organization “ISIS” is in its final stage. The complete destruction of the gangs of the so-called Caliphate is only a matter of time.
In General, such counter-offensive activity is rather typical for “black”. As soon as they accumulate enough power, they seek to find weaknesses in the stretched front of the SAA and by achieving tactical surprise, they launch raids with the aim of causing the greatest possible one-time damage, to slow down the advance key strike groups of the SAA (which will have to take some of the forces from the direction of the main blow for the relief of such moments of crisis) and to take booty.
Bulgarian journalist Dilyana Gaytandzhieva, who became widely known after investigations linked with the supply of the US and Saudi Arabia of weapons to terrorists in Syria was fired from the newspaper “Trud” https://trud.bg/ on the eve of another trip to Syria, where she was supposed to continue her research.
To see how unhinged the fear of fascism has become, look no further than the 40,000-strong counter-protest against the far right in Boston on Saturday. In their thousands, placard-ready, primed for a fight, so-called progressives showed up to face down white supremacy and America’s resurgent Hitlerism that we’ve heard so much about since the Charlottesville disturbances on 12 August. They ‘turned out against white supremacy’, said Vice. But there were no white supremacists. Far less fascists. The Nazis who stalk the nightmares of ostensibly liberal columnists and leftists in search of a mission were not there, or anywhere. As one counter-protester asked a Boston Globe reporter: ‘Excuse me, where are the white supremacists?’
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THE NEW NWO AND RUSSIA. This is very much worth reading. The authors argue that in the coming (well, already here) rivalry between the American…
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More than any other recent conflict in current affairs that I can recall, the Unite the Right rally and subsequent clash in Charlottesville have been…
After the battle for Sukhna and encirclement of troops of the Caliphate in Central Syria, before DAESH is the quite non-trivial task of building a mobile defense in the desert areas to the West of Deir ez-Zor, which requires additional forces, which can be taken is that from Iraq but to transfer them is becoming more difficult due to the intense attacks from the Russian and the U.S. air force.
August 23 marks 74 years since the day on which the Red Army defeated Nazi forces in what was destined to become the largest armor battle ever fought in human history – the Battle of the Kursk Salient.
Elijah J. Magnier The battle of Deir al-Zour: who will get there first? Published here: alrai.li/fbpjqnl via @AlraiMediaGroup Key words: Syria, US, Russia, ISIS By Elijah J. Magnier: @ejmalrai The US […]
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday there is evidence that the West is supplying chemical weapons to militants in Syria.
“Yes, it’s true,” she told the state-funded Vesti FM radio station on Thursday morning. “Western countries and regional powers are directly and indirectly supplying militants, terrorists and extremists in Syria with banned toxic substances.”
In a marathon interview with the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, the co-founder of Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm behind the uncorroborated anti-Trump dossier, refused to identify the political clients that commissioned the salacious document.
President Donald Trump opened the door on Monday night to an increase in U.S. troops in Afghanistan as part of a retooled strategy for the region, overcoming his own doubts about America’s longest war and vowing “a fight to win.”
Trump, in a prime-time televised address at a military base near Washington, said his new approach was aimed at preventing Afghanistan from becoming a safe haven for Islamist militants bent on attacking the United States.
The meeting to be held on August 9 that is very important in terms of the interests of the two countries, is a start, but also the beginning of a very challenging struggle. After this stage, the healing of relationships to try to prevent the American forces of the struggle will be the beginning. When it is brought to the best level of relations as in the case of Serbia, the CIA got caught in its relationships with the underground work. Turkey – Russia relations prepared for these obstacles and move forward to the end of the case you need to be careful.
Elijah J. Magnier Washington’s position on Tehran divides the European-American camp Trump puts the nuclear agreement in the balance and turns Rohani into a “hawk” Published here: alrai.li/jyfjnf5 via @AlraiMediaGroup Key […]
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Author: Leonid Savin Translator: Jafe Arnold ? Many ascribe the first steps in developing a strategy for multipolarity in international relations to Russia as…
In Turkey crashed an American MQ-1 Predator UAV taking off from the airbase in Incirlik.
Advancing from the North “Tigers” and troops stationed North of Suhkna, took the few remaining towns, and in the end the militants were already in the operational environment, though building a fully walled boiler will take some time.
In the second pot have the potential to be several hundred fighters.
As a result, the remaining troops of the Caliphate in Central Syria were cut off from the main territory of the Caliphate. This facilitates the final liberation of the Eastern regions of the provinces of HOMS and Hama from the Caliphate, and that seamlessly complements the final liberation of the province of Aleppo, which was today officially announced.
The occupation of the district Huwaysis allows you to develop the offensive in Akerbat from the South-East. Given the fact that the main forces of the militants are concentrated in the Western part of the boiler and the high momentum of the SAA, the militants will find it very difficult to organize a full defense from the East.