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>Situation Aleppo 10/16
>Militant Pages are screaming for massive help & TOW missiles to head towards Al-#Hadher
>Report about is on going at the moment #Kwieres #Kweres ---> UPPER RIGHT ON MAP
>Shughaydilah, a village NE of strategic Hader, has fallen to SAA/Hezbollah
>SAA broke through insurgent's main line of defense in S Aleppo + reached strategic town Hadher
>[NOTE] Replies say SAA is going for the M5 highway and advance going faster than expected
>Previous Thread >>53856139
I got bored lads, made a quick video:
World War 1 1914-1918
World war 2 1939-1945
This is a short list of publicly known Wars created by USA, it is _FAR_ from complete.
Tens or hundred of millions of dead innocent civilians and hundreds of millions injured, displaced, lost everything they own, got their life destroyed.
The only reason this could go on is because it never happened on US soil, since the American people would never accept a war in their city but its actually a reality for many people around the world.
US didnt do nuffin!!! And please remember, we have nothing against US civilians, only against US government.
I would like to remind the fatistanis, you lost the war on terror so hard it generated its own unstoppable terrorist country.
Then you gave it money and weapons.
Good job burgerkin
The article about Cubans is bullshit, its been published twice by two websites owned by the same guy and later was reported on by Fox news (using the aforementioned websites as a source).
It all boils down to the original author overhearing Cuban voices while in Latakia or somewhere thereabouts.
i agree, but since we are an oligarchy masquerading as a democracy there's not much I can do politically.
good luck, Assad.
I know that he has reasons to be buttmad at Putin but that's not excuse to completely abandon rational reasoning and attack russian authorities just for the sake of attacking them.
They are advancing both east and west out of their holdings in Aleppo. One force is heading for Kwieres airbase, the other is making a 3-pronged blitzkrieg across the southern border of the city to take the M5 highway, cutting the terrorists in Aleppo off from everyone else when they do.
They are advancing on all fronts, attacking everything, stretching the terrorists thin. They lack the supplies and the manpower to concentrate on all the fronts, and are running about like headless chickens trying to stop the relentless surge.
If they could focus their forces on just a few key areas, and be willing to sacrifice some areas in exchange, they might stand a chance. Pity only the few directly western trained terrorists realise this, and have made something of a stand at al Hadher south of Aleppo to protect their supply routes.
That wont be enough as they lack large scale coordination now.
In trying to hold everything, they are going to lose everything.
Should be amusing to watch.
I do love the "lololol go ahead and bankrupt yourself, Putin" people after he spent a couple weeks dropping nearly expired soviet era bombs while the our guys have been needlessly wasting hundreds and hundreds of billions we don't have for years
Are you in a think tank. I swear you posts are a hundred times better, clear to the point, and logical than any article out here. Do you have connections on the ground? Also what do you see the future near and far?
look at this shit
a parachuting chapel
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjA3Uop1HPU (skip to 3:00)
>mfw this is real
Needs a smiling Putin/Assad at the end though
NEW VERSION, just for you:
When the good HD go-pro footage gets out you gotta make a good one with this track from Mad Max.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liPiHSVtloQ And at 3:38 you better show something spectacular.
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According to this tweet
>Al-Nusra commander Abu Qaaqaa Reportedly. Killed in Russian bombing in the east g.Guty.
He escaped one year of american bombardments just fine to end up being killed this way in few weeks, it's not fair.
Iraqis pushing on.
Iraqi forces pressed Saturday their biggest offensive in months to resume their long-stalled northward advance and disrupt jihadist lines, security officers said.
After recapturing parts of Baiji and the huge nearby refinery complex from ISIS, security and allied paramilitary forces thrust further northward up the main highway leading to Mosul.
They reached the town of Zawiyah and vowed to push on to Sharqat, the northernmost town in Salaheddin province before the border with Nineveh province, of which Mosul is the capital.
“Iraqi forces are besieging the villages of Msahaq and Zawiyah,” about 25 kilometers (16 miles) north of Baiji, a senior officer in Salaheddin operations command said.
Reclaiming control of that stretch of road and the villages along it would contribute to isolating ISIS strongholds east of the Tigris, such as Hawijah, from the self-proclaimed caliphate’s heartland on the other side of the river.
"Retaking Zawiyah would divide the battlefield; Daesh will be in an awkward position,” retired general and security analyst Abdel Karim Khalaf said, using an Arabic acronym for ISIS.
“Their transport towards Tikrit and Ramadi will be complicated, the secondary itineraries are long and difficult,” he said.
>Confirmed now #SAA captures #Burayjah on their way to lift siege of #Kuweiris Airbase, E-#Aleppo
Also some good old fashioned revenge...
>As Iraqi forces marched past Baiji, there were several reports of residents fleeing their ISIS-held villages to meet the pro-government forces or turning against the jihadists.
>Residents of Sharqat, north of Zawiyah, told AFP that a man who had two relatives executed by ISIS since the jihadists took over his town last year, opened fire on ISIS members and killed five before being shot dead himself.
why do i see so many memelords lately hating on france and brits for saving istanbul and letting it stay in islam by helping them against russia,
when it was russia who helped turkey during ww1 and helped them secure the straits
been there a year ago, went via the silk road.
most soviet generation cannot wait till the Russians come back.
The youth seems hopeless, most cant speak Russian since courses for Rus are now paid. They learn what they can from the Soviet generation. No work so most males have to go to Russia to earn "kalim" money to be able to get married back home.
They usually go to Russia/ make 600-800$ in 3-4 months and go back for 3 months, they can feed a family of 6 with that much for that long.
the mosques are always empty, most people are muslim by "culture" and know nothing of islam. especially the youth, they are all glued to the smartphones texting each other...
Uzb has problems with mujhaheeds in Fergana.
closed borders with TKM and its a big prob cuz half of TKM is uzbek and most people have family on both sides, cant visit each other anymore.
Kyrgyz had beef with some uzbs in the city of Osh, half of it burned down in a small fight. All quite now, total amnesia.
was meant for a GERCUCK from last thread.
Why over Hama? As it seems even over densely populated area.
On maps it shows the city of hama as liberated - under the control of the SAA. Is that wrong? Is Hama itself not free?
ElectronicResistance @ResistanceER 14 p14 perccel ezelőtt
#Syria | #Hezbollah/#SAA liberate 'alBaghayjah' North East of 'alNasariyeh' from #ISIS terrorists near Kurweis airport #Aleppo
GRU Spetnaz are in Syria.
No we didn't. We didn't even have enough ammo for ourselves. It was one of the reasons we didn't wreck the shit out of Austria.
Don't forget Germans were direct allie of Turks btw.
WLADIMIR WLADIMIROWITSCH PUUUUUUUTIN
>World War 1 1914-1918
why not include all these wars while you're at it, we're so belligerent we were creating before we existed.
the turkish independance war would have been much less likely without the vital support from the russians
why are you so assmad
>The first objective was the securing of arms from abroad. They obtained these primarily from Soviet Russia and from Italy and France. These arms—especially the Soviet weapons—allowed the Turks to organize an effective army.
different Gerckcuk here. i read about it and saw in Moskow how many migrant workers and students you have from central asia. i liked the Kyrgyz most. most modern and civilized, what i met. cause there's no money and not many jobs in russia some go into 'jeehad' since they get payed to do so, yes? though i heard most get hired in moscow, not back home.
ok sure i was wrong by calling it during ww1
still doesnt change the fact that they were able to regain most of their land back that was partitioned (including istanbul) with russian support
Mr. Lev Davidovich Bronstein is 100% Russian alright. He also wanted to send millions of Russian peasants to to India to start a revolution there.
>yfw Stalin was the better alternative
i see. thx. but why tf don't they say so? That's like saying:
"New York: 2 meters of snow coming down over the city"
Everybody would assume NYC, but the report is about Rochester.
bolsheviks were not, they helped us a lot. and we returned the favor by secretly aiding nazis in ww2 and after they rekt nazis, we throw ourselfs to the lap of usa and nato due the fact they were knocking our door for retribution
thank you lenin sama!
>Moscow rally against Russia's intervention in Syria is one of those where it seems more journalists than protestors
kek Russian liberal "opposition"
I wonder if they brought those new tonks
There are a private jet that flew from Luanda go somewhere in Europe on Thursday or Friday. The Angolan president in unrelated news has run off at some point in the last week.
Proxy warfare time.
Poor T-55 it gets bullied so hard nowadays its was never meant to fight for this long
>actually have a look at all of his tweets from the last hour
Wtf man, that's fucked up.
Cлaвa Укpaїнi!!! #UnitedForUkraine ------ Fire up the Quattro !!!! Sic semper tyrannis! Kabul etmiyorum.
Istanbul / NYC
They didn't even want to give them Constantinople if they won the war and they didn't help them claim the territories that Anglos promised them during WW1.
Yes, Armenians got cucked hard by the Soviets.
I do not support Obama or his administration, nor did I vote him in. Obama won by 5 million votes and over half the country did not vote. I wouldn't say that many of us support him, especially since the opinion on him has changed with current events.
If you upgrade them they can fight forever!
I sincerley hope that the T-55 is still kicking ass and taking names alongside the Kalashnikov when I'm 80.
>mfw the things being used to kill it are decades younger than the tank
The poor old tank wishes nothing but a quiet retirement, maybe to be used by children as a playground, or better as a monument for the fallen. But no, there is no rest for the behemoth of the battlefield. No peace, except the fiery embrace of death.
Divide and conquer is No.1 tactic for the Anglo style. They'd never want anyone to be satisfied. They drew the Balkan borders and the one in the Middle East as well. It's not just for the lulz, it's to fuck people over on purpose to keep them from being strong enough to challenge Anglo interests.
As I thought, the UK never said that it would fight Greece's battles for it. The Uk was raher busy in other areas after the end of WW1, it had to send troops to Russia to try to help the white army fight the Communists, it had to enforce a peace with Germany, it had to send the Polish weapons and supplies to fight the Communists and to stop the Germans and Polish descending into war with one another.
T-90s have stronger image. Too bad MoD doesn't want to upgrade them.
It could be MLRS by the way. Newer ones use Kamaz chassis.
>They drew the Balkan borders and the one in the Middle East as well. It's not just for the lulz, it's to fuck people over on purpose to keep them from being strong enough to challenge Anglo interests.
quoted for truth
they knew exactly what they were doing
Yep, in Syrian service already.
Pic is a T-55 with turret from a T-72B3
I appreciate all the effort, Comfybro. I am requesting a Stephen Fry and Son edition from you at some point. Pic related.
Better for SAA.
Worse for everyone else.
The only way it will get "better" for the rebels or ISIS is if they stop trying conventional warfare but that means ceding all their grounds.
The T-80's gas turbine is 2complex4sandniggers
>Divide and conquer is No.1 tactic for the Anglo style
For any style, you only want to unite when you are phasing the stronger enemy, when you are on top division should be your mo
As if his opponents are any better. If US was led by a "competent", in American sense, president he would just bomb the fuck out and invade Syria several years ago. Compared to that, Obama isn't that bad actually.
It makes me cry watching all those beautiful machines just sitting there abandoned to rust
72s are still 72s. B3 is an upgrade kit, they don't reinforce the hull or anything. It's just so much cheaper to upgrade them than to buy new 90s. Considering that they recreate heavy tank regiments that will be equiped with Armatas from the start 90s just aren't worth it anymore.
T-55 are qts, but they are too old, maybe if all countries modify them into ifv, like the jews did, we would be able to see them figthing for another 40 or 50 years.
You think they'd overall them and sell them off, they're perfectly capable and Ukraine has a whole industry centred around building and upgrading tanks already.
>pic related is what happens when Sergei decides the T-72 is a BMP also
>They drew the Balkan borders
Balkans had a chance though and they blew it (literally).
>doing absolutely nothing in WW1
>still think it's entitled to anything
>shittalks about Britain when they cucked Italy to give you Smyrna
>ungrateful cunts getting BTFO by a ragtag Turkish Army
>No need to copy dates out from a propaganda vid
such need unfortunately exist
Just look at 80's.
Why there isn't listed US involvement in Angola, Nicaragua, Afghanistan and Iraq-Iran war?
Because US involvement was done mainly by various CIA covert programs (including training of terrorists) and black money, we are not gonna list it since CIA isn't part of armed forces of USA?
That's sounds like bad joke to me.
Maybe if every American exactly knew what was US doing during Iraq-Iran war, they would not be buying unquestionably Ghouta chemical attack stories like many of them do now.
Should I check US history schoolbooks and check how much of this US shit is there?
The Russians already do (turns out the 1st Battle for Grozny made them decide a heavier APC was required!) but it's too slow to keep up with MBTs so its only really useful in specific situations.
Onwards, apparently they will try and cut off the highway first before going to the airbase.
>Maybe if every American exactly knew what was US doing during Iraq-Iran war
they genuinely don't give a fuck, as long as wealth is trickling down they are ok with anything, i don't even understand why they bother to fabricate all their 'helping the good guys' bs
>Should I check US history schoolbooks and check how much of this US shit is there?
This book seems to be the main reference, get the title and put it on google.
It's obvious that everyone else was wrong, would greatest ally ever lie to us? For what purpose.
Apparently they're doing pretty well south of Allepo, it'll be interesting to see how far they get.
Aren't those Iranian troops supposedly fighting there too?
Who exactly are "The Devils"? Israeli/Jews? kek
They are otherwise suspiciously absent from their banner.
2nd banner may be a little ambitious. Maybe engage in diplomacy with your local army dudes instead of posting silly banners on twitter...
>How much do these cost per unit?
This one 36 istead.
>Russians will never drop a Metal Gear in the middle east and scare the living shit out of snackbars
ONE VILLAGE AWAY FROM
K W E R E S
>#SAA Captures Al Halabiyah & Dakwanah , they are 6km away of #Kuweiris Airbase, E-#Aleppo
>She will never command you to strip and force you on your knees.
Kek what a waste, I bet the pilots sat in their little rooms got a major bollocking.
At least they are nowhere as much as the fantastic F35.
>Russian PFC is getting ready to return back into Syria
russian source: http://www.fontanka.ru/2015/10/16/118/
in 2013 PFC Slavonic Corps already was present in Syria. Russian mercs were guarding drilling rig near Latakia. According to one of the former fighters of Slavonic Corps, on 17 of October 2013 they had their first encounter with ISIS - 267 russian fighters were attacked by 2 thousands of islamists. Terrorists lost ~300 men, russians - 6 men wounded. Soon all russian fighters returned back into Motherland (not clear why, some say it was because they weren't paid enough for participation in actual battles with ISIS, some say that they were there to guard, not to fight), bosses of Slavonic Corps were arrested on charges of organization of mercenarism, most fighters went as volunteers in Donbass.
From former fighters of Slavonic Corps was formed spec ops volunteer Vagner battalion. It is rumored that it is they who executed several commanders of Novorossian battallions who refused to obey orders from Russia and cease fire, they also were performing special missions on the battlefield.
After peace treaty in Donbass was established, Vagner battalion decided to move into Syria. And it seems like they have support from higher ups this time - they have their own training field where they fire "from everything", including 10-15 anti-tank guided rockets 'Cornet' daily. One rocket costs as much as a car.
We're back, baby. Volunteers are back.
reminder that pic related happened only a few days ago
Another black project eh?
they just tested this cheeky little number last year.
Yeah, a couple of lasers on this would just about do it. Especially if LM weren't just bullshitting about their 'portable fusion reactor' that they said will be ready in ten years.
Or it could be that flying triangle that's been seen all over the world now.
The best scientists always border on insanity, i'll always remember Tesla not only for his mastery of electricity, but rather for believing he was being followed by a pidgeon god that talked to him
According to some those refugees not only contain general civilians of Syria or Libya but also CIA trained terrorists who took their first hand war experience in Syria and Iraq.US is storing a huge chunk of Radical Islamic Terrorists in Germany and other places in Europe, with the help of present European government. And those terrorist will be used according to the need of the US in future.
Very close to the highway, a village or so away from the airbase.
IIRC, that pocket's existence is tying up some 10,000 regime troops that can be freed up to be used elsewhere when it is liquidated.
The words are interchangeable.....regime has a negative connotation in western media due to its usage being applied selectively.
"Regime" = "government." It's time to reclaim the word for its proper, neutral meaning. It isn't supposed to have a negative connotation.
We can all start referring to the "Obama regime," and the "Bush regime" that preceded it, too.
starving people out is a crime against humanity, according to the BBC interview with Assad. (who said that these guys were obviously still receiving ammunition since they still fire artillery/mortars, so it's a ridiculous claim that they are starving because arm supplies would be stopped first if they actually found them)
kek at both of us using the phrase 'negative connotation'.
pretty funny constellation really.
Russia likes hezbollbah (Iran) for helping Assad, but also likes Israel for providing intelligence and, realistically, they'd rather have Assad living next door than an ISIS style islamic state
Pretty much all Western media only mentions "moderate rebels" when showing maps of Syria and air strikes, despite most air strikes targetting al Nusra.
Also those groups are Ahrar al-Sham and Tawhid al-Asima apparently.
>t-this wasn't part of the plan! Where are the American goyim when you need them?
only yesterday this was announced: https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/europe/21717-russia-and-israel-start-joint-training-exercise-for-safe-flights-over-syria
wheres the reasoning?
Yeah, in Western Media, "moderate rebels" tends to mean everyone except Al Qaeda and ISIS.
Mostly because of fucking lazy reporting and the TV news being dominated by naive talking heads, though. Not because anyone actually believes Al Nusra or the Islamic Front is "moderate."
>Mostly because of fucking lazy reporting and the TV news being dominated by naive talking heads, though. Not because anyone actually believes Al Nusra or the Islamic Front is "moderate."
>g-guys, they a-aren't doing in on p-purpose, I-I swear!
I can't recall as it was around two months ago but I don't have a source handy. I might be incorrect.
You know I'm getting some Afghanistan vibes down here.
This "moderate rebels" bullshit reminds me of pic extremely related.