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US/Zion Foreign Policies Continue To Fail In Syria As Russia Knocks Out Drones And Kills Terrorist "Rebels" Reader 01/13/2018 (Sat) 19:09:18 Id: f7c1cc [Preview] No. 5452
As of this writing, the Russian military has had three of their bases attacked by drones. They destroyed six of them and captured another seven. The significance: the drones are of a quality that could not have been made by the ISIS “rebels,” and had to come from a technologically-advanced nation. The drones were multidirectional and able to be controlled by satellite through GPS coordinates.

[Schwarzenegger, in “Predator”]: “Heat seeker, Dillon. Pretty sophisticated for a bunch of half-assed mountain boys.”

Exactly. The U.S. (via Tillerson) released a statement that the U.S. was not involved in the drone strike and was unaware of who supplied the drones.

Not only does that not hold any water, but as it turns out, a U.S. intelligence aircraft was monitored in the theatre while these drone attacks were taking place.

Syria is still being hotly contested between Assad and the “rebels” who are none other than Al Qaeda that “morphed” several times to become the ISIS we all know and uphold in the manner of Emmanuel Goldstein, the bogeyman of Orwell’s “1984.”


The Russian military announced late on Friday that it has tracked down and eliminated a group of rebels involved in attacks on Russia's main base in Syria after mobilizing "all manpower and materiel of Russia’s multilevel military intelligence system in Syria" and especially its elite special forces troops.

The previous New Year's Eve attack was carried out by a small squad of insurgents armed with mortars who were able to kill two Russian servicemen while damaging up to seven aircraft at Khmeimim Airbase outside of Latakia, Syria and constitutes the single largest loss of Russian military hardware throughout the Syria campaign.

In response to both attacks, Russian special forces units were immediately mobilized and conducted targeted operations based on intelligence which identified the location of the initial mortar attacks. The Russian Defense Ministry indicated the full scope of its intelligence and special ops resources were brought to bear for the operation. According to Russia's TASS news:

A group of Russian Special Operation Forces established the militants' location close to the western border of the Idlib province.

"When the terrorists arrived at the facility where they were to board a minibus, the whole subversive group was eliminated by the Krasnopol high-precision munition [see below]," the ministry said. The Russian Defense Ministry added that all manpower and materiel of Russia’s multilevel military intelligence system in Syria had been involved in the operation.

Simultaneous to this operation defense officials said Russian artillery targeted and destroyed a drone assembly plant and storage depot in nearby al-Qaeda controlled Idlib, believed to have possibly been part of the January 6 attack - which though reportedly thwarted - has raised serious concerns over the vulnerability and security of Russia's most active foreign base.

Reader 01/13/2018 (Sat) 19:09:52 Id: f7c1cc [Preview] No.5453 del
TASS reports further of the drone depot:

Russia’s Krasnopol precision artillery munition has wiped out terrorists’ drone assembly and storage depot in the Syrian province of Idlib, according to the Defense Ministry. "The Russian military reconnaissance has uncovered a terrorist fixed-wing drone assembly and storage place in the province of Idlib. The depot has been destroyed by the Krasnopol precision artillery munition," the Defense Ministry said.

The Russian military said the drones came from the village of Muwazarra in Idlib, around 50 miles away, which makes Ahrar Al Sham or Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham the immediate culprit. Both groups, though blacklisted as terror organizations by the Pentagon, have received direct and indirect assistance by the CIA and allied intelligence services at various points over the course of the war, especially during the 2015 campaign to wrest Idlib city from the control of the Syrian government.

"We know who they were and how much they paid for that provocation," Putin had warned previously, while also claiming to be in possession of evidence demonstrating the rebels had outside help, presumably from external intelligence agencies.


Reader 01/13/2018 (Sat) 21:16:37 Id: 05bf9b [Preview] No.5457 del
Your use of Smoloko is interesting. Let us see how many people here will be furious upon seeing these. Scottie Spencer doesn't know whether he hates Donald Trump or wants to kneel down and suck his dick. There are also tons of Smoloko graphics praising Trump.

Reader 01/13/2018 (Sat) 23:53:20 Id: f7c1cc [Preview] No.5459 del
The problem with Trump is his foreign policies. This is rooted with the fact he has granted the US military carte blanch authority to do whatever they please. If he really wants to "drain the swamp" that also means reigning in the our corrupt military industrial complex (which as you should be aware the Zionists have complete influence and control over).

Trump did the right thing backing off on Syria and allowing the Russians to defeat CIA-Mossad's backed 'moderate rebels' (aka ISIS/ISIL)... but shortly after that ordeal he granted the US military privilege to declare ANY WAR they desire, without his consent... AND THAT WAS FUCKING STUPID.

I like many of Trump's domestic policies while I absolutely despise his Neo-con/Zionist foreign policies.

He's a breath of fresh air if you are an American conservative (as far as his domestic policies)... but if you don't live in America there would be no reason to like him at all.

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