Devs April 9 >Lebanese military confirms 4 Israeli jets conducted missile attack on T-4, violated airspace between 3:25 A.M. to 3:35 A.M >ISIS attempted to launch offensive in two districts of Homs after Israeli airstrikes >Reinforcements from SAA/NDF continue heading for S Damas for upcoming op against ISIS, at least 1,000 troops in last few days >Civs previously paraded around in cages by Jaysh al-Islam have been freed in latest round of prisoner exchanges >Military action frozen in Douma following talks between Ru and Jaysh al-Islam, al-Wafedin checkpoint reopened for evacs >Houthis fire 2 Orghan missiles towards gathering of Saudi, Sudanese troops in Asir Region of KSA >Earlier, Houthis fired a Qaher-M2 missile towards Saudi, Sudanese troops in Al-Mawsem area of Jizan region >Russia, Iran set up commission on parliamentary cooperation to exchange legislative experience and coordinate activities >Ru mil puts all troops on full military alert, movements of combat vehicles and missile systems observed throughout Russia
If one is to give in to hope, one thing that might indicate Trump won't do anything is the FBI raid of his Lawyers. It might be an attempt to make a "bigger story" the American people will concentrate on so the Syria story can fade away in the background. But I don't hold high hopes for this being the case.
>>138924 >Russians and Americans flying uncomfortably close to each other Litterally a nothing burger. It's a US/Russia tradition. It's practically how we say hello. I wouldn't be surprised if they knew the Russian pilots by name.
>>138955 I have no God-damn idea engie. It's all so fucked up. But if shit is going to hit the fan, so be it. Maybe Arab Nationalist Guard wil accept me. Or will think about some Levant Chrisitan Militia.
>The US and Russia moved closer to direct confrontation over Syria on Monday night as Donald Trump said a decision was imminent on a response to a chemical weapon attack on Saturday, and Moscow warned that any US military action would have “grave repercussions”. >Russia has claimed there was no chemical weapons attack on Douma or, if there was, it was staged by western-backed rebels. >“So we’re going to make a decision tonight, or very shortly thereafter,” Trump told reporters as he entered the meeting, accompanied by his new national security advisor, John Bolton. “And you’ll be hearing the decision. But we can’t let atrocities like we all witnessed … we can’t let that happen.” >“We have a lot of options, militarily,” the president added. “And we’ll be letting you know pretty soon. Probably after the fact.” >Pressed by reporters, Trump went further, saying: “We’ll be making that decision very quickly, probably by the end of today. But we cannot allow atrocities like that. Cannot allow it.” >Trump ordered airstrikes against a Syrian airbase after a previous chemical weapons attack, in April last year. The latest use of poison gasprovoked from Trump unprecedented direct criticism of Putin, something he had previously been at pains to avoid. >Asked if Putin bore responsibility for the Douma attack, Trump replied: “Yeah, he may. And if he does, it’s going to be very tough. >“Everybody is going to pay a price,” Trump said. “He will. Everybody will.” http://archive.is/hryPI
>>138997 Everything about Trump points to him being a fairly simple man that genuinely wants to do good. He wants out off Syria and to be the hero. All of his advisors undoubtedly want the conflict to continue, and will use the recent incident to stay. What they don't realize is that Trump will escalate the conflict if America stays. Unless Russia directly and diplomatically reach out to cut a deal with Trump, he will feel morally obligated to attack.
>>139002 Yep Trump did the right thing pulling out. I hope he isn't persuaded to go back in. I think if the US is dragged back in there will be at least one US plane shot down or boat sunk/damaged before we hopefully get an deescalation and a stalemate (cold war). I don't think Russia can afford to back down. But it also depends on the response the US might take. If they do some symbolic material damage it might be enough for Trump and the military to say they did something and for Russia not to retaliate. And yes Trump have been using big words so backing down might not be an option for him either. Then again it is only the US that says an chemical attack comited by Assad has taken place, the UN and EU don't say it.
>>138955 I don't really know. Israel is in the middle of all of this and the US has followed Israel in every whim they had in the last 60 years. Plus the UK is in really bad terms with Russia.
I would really wish it's some muscle flexing, but the Deep State wants their war with Russia since long ago (remember the Russian ambassador assasination in Turkey?), and the US special relationship with Israel, which current administration, Trump included, is following with glee, doesn't help.
>>138997 John Bolton is the shekel-loving shill response for 19 government overthrowing incidents since he began his black site work for La Sia. The moment he is requested to provide "advice" is the moment that a chemical or "major terrorist attack where US hostages are taken" occurs. This has happened without fail.
>>139006 Your quote: "Then again it is only the US that says an chemical attack comited by Assad has taken place, the UN and EU don't say it" is incorrect as of 1PM Eastern Jew-S time, judging by the speech given at the UN Council. It is unlikely that Trump will be able to perform deescalation without resorting to at minimum 2 of these 3 potential events: oppressive sanctions, further dehumanization of al-Assad & Syrians as a whole, or increased US military ground force. The previous "chemical attack" last year was definitively identified as a US built artillery shell, mostly due to the unique casing and plate, which means this one is either a brand new and utterly clean one that could "easily be identified as USSR/Russian in nature", or bought from the chinks.
Unfortunately there is some negative news. Based on a large degree of TSW, military, and US agency chatter across the surface internet, along with the aid of multiple news crawling sites, I have identified a uniquely insidious factor at play: Syria will become the next Germany. The facts are as follows. #1: Syria is essentially in the middle of what was once Northern Arabia. Just as Germany was the virtual center of Western Europe, Syria is the perfect location to command & control the Balfourt-created Northern Middle East. It is centrally located, has numerous roads to neighboring countries, all of which are highly dependent on oil or raw minerals, and can be used as a large scale outpost. #2: Syria's oil pipeline, which would supply the Baltics for the next 120 years or more quite easily, is a 2.7 trillion USD profit margin that the Jew-N cannot ignore losing. By taking over that pipeline and rerouting it to Europe, this would prevent essentially all of the currently failing European economies from collapsing for approximately 18 years. #3: Syria is currently being vilified to no end with consistent, incremental increases of anti-Syrian propaganda. If one has paid much attention to the online "news" articles put out in the past 4 years, there is an unusually steady +8% increase from 2014 each year from the various shady news organizations: Huffing Krokodil Post, The Guardian, Jew York Times, etc. #4: Bashir al-Assad is an honest man whom, much like Adolf Hitler, is in a 100-year cycle position. He cannot ignore the efforts of das juden attempting to seize/control his country, much like what happened to the ethnically German regions bordering Poland and Palestine, nor can he back out of a jew sponsored war against his people. This places him in a desperate situation: without the aid of Russia, his country will be slaughtered and colonized, yet Russia presents several problems of its own including deep ties to Marrano, or pig-jews as they are known, bankers whom have a vested interest in protracting an already abnormally long "terrorist uprising". For similar references, research the Poland military actions against ethnic Germans.
OPCW Will Deploy Fact-Finding Mission to Douma, Syria >Since the first reports of alleged use of chemical weapons in Douma, Syrian Arab Republic, were issued, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has been gathering information from all available sources and analysing it. At the same time, OPCW’s Director-General, Ambassador Ahmet Üzümcü, has considered the deployment of a Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) team to Douma to establish facts surrounding these allegations. >Today, the OPCW Technical Secretariat has requested the Syrian Arab Republic to make the necessary arrangements for such a deployment. This has coincided with a request from the Syrian Arab Republic and the Russian Federation to investigate the allegations of chemical weapons use in Douma. The team is preparing to deploy to Syria shortly. Will this pause a possible military response? What is the legitimacy of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)? https://www.opcw.org/news/article/opcw-will-deploy-fact-finding-mission-to-douma-syria/
>>139218 Too late for diplomacy and to back down now. The question is how much damage the US will do, and how will the Ruskies respond? Best case scenario is America only doing token damage while the Russians just intercept missiles. Fuck the deep state for getting us into another war.
>Eurocontrol warns airlines of possible missile strikes into Syria >Pan-European air traffic control agency Eurocontrol on Tuesday warned airlines to exercise caution in the eastern Mediterranean due to the possible launch of air strikes into Syria in next 72 hours. >Eurocontrol said that air-to-ground and/or cruise missiles could be used within that period and there was a possibility of intermittent disruption of radio navigation equipment. >The Eurocontrol warning on its website did not specify the origin of any potential missile threat. >“Due to the possible launch of air strikes into Syria with air-to-ground and/or cruise missiles within the next 72 hours, and the possibility of intermittent disruption of radio navigation equipment, due consideration needs to be taken when planning flight operations in the Eastern Mediterranean/Nicosia FIR area,” it said, referring to the designated airspace. >Aviation regulators in countries including the United States, United Kingdom, France and Germany have previously issued warnings against airlines entering Syrian airspace, but the Eurocontrol statement included a broader area outside the airspace controlled by Damascus. >Eurocontrol’s warning cited a document from the European Aviation Safety Agency, Europe’s safety regulator, a copy of which was not immediately available. http://archive.is/vVcIr
>>139510 This rhetoric falls perfectly into Trump's "peace through strength" policy. He wants to play the hero against "evil" Assad and to get the Russians to do something. Of course Russia won't back down, and will engage if attacked Combined with the war hawks and Israel supporters in Trump's administration we now have a legitimate crisis on our hands.
>>139513 True it sort of plays into that rhetoric. But there is no confirmation that a chemical attack even took place. The only group that says it happened is the rebels. No international organization have even been there to check even if Russia have invited them and assured safe passage. So it is more Strength through assumptions and baseless threats. Trump is making the US more or less act like a terror state at the moment.
>>139513 >>139505 If he weren't trying to play both sides then this foreign policy could be described as "schizophrenic." At best it will discredit Trump in the eyes of all, at worst it will lead to war.
>>139545 To me the second tweet sounds more like, if Russia don't allow us to bomb Syria we will cut off all trade with Russia. And then he calls for all nations to side with the US in pressuring Russia. I think Trump has painted himself into a corner. He has committed the US to send in missiles into Syria, and he is now hoping Russia will back down so he can do it without repercussions.
>UK sends submarines to Syria, ready to strike within 24 hours >British Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered British submarines to move within missile range of Syria in readiness for strikes against the Syrian military that could begin as early as Thursday night, the Daily Telegraph newspaper said. >Ms May has not reached a final decision on whether Britain would join any strikes by the United States and France in response to a suspected chemical attack, but wants to be able to act swiftly, the newspaper said. >It quoted government sources as saying Britain was "doing everything necessary" to be able to fire Tomahawk cruise missiles from submarines against military targets in Syria. http://archive.is/i02fJ
>>139786 Looks like he has started backpeddeling like a madman. And why should anyone thank the US for the shit job they did regarding ISIS. If the US actually had done something ISSI would never have become a problem.
>U.S. officials: Blood samples show nerve agent, chlorine in Syria gas attack >Two U.S. officials said they were "confident" in the intelligence, though not 100 percent sure. >The U.S. now has blood and urine samples from last Saturday's deadly attack in Syria that have tested positive for chemical weapons, according to two U.S. officials familiar with the intelligence. >The samples suggested the presence of both chlorine gas and an unnamed nerve agent, two officials said. Typically, such samples are obtained through hospitals and collected by U.S. or foreign intelligence assets on the ground. The officials said they were "confident" in the intelligence, though not 100 percent sure. http://archive.is/gXCoy >looks like the deep state isn't done pushing for war
>>139840 Same thought as I had, also how can the verify it is untampered samples? US and UN waited too long, and I suspect they probably didn't want to go in and actually do an investigation. They should have gone in the moment Russia said they could transport them safely into the area. Now they will be able to use assumptions because "evidence" is impossible to obtain.
>>139832 Yeah. Debate or even shitposting is one thing, but declaring that "everyone should think like me and those who do not have no place here" is quite another.
The constant "reminder that /pol/ is a _______ board" shill threads over at 4/pol/ are the worst kind of attempt at disruption. If people start volontarily bringing that shit over here then what's the point of having a pony politics board?
>>139876 >>139880 >>139887 You're literally being triggered by political commentary and symbolism because it's religious, take a step the fuck back and realize how unhealthy and petty that is. Seriously think about how neurotic and disorderly that is for a moment, please realize you have a serious issue with being cynical. I made that first one and I can tell you for a FACT that wasn't my intention you little spazz-slap. No imagination whatsoever, your mind is a one-track railway, you're the exact kind of person who can't figure out how to lump two things together to tie up an opposition with a unresolvable conundrum, no mind for the subversive whatsoever, but you want to educate other people about that? Shut up you fucking moron.
-No wonder why you're basically the walking alt-right boogeyman patsy.
Go back to 8/chan/ where your schizophrenic shit will be praised. -If you have legitimately good intention start learning how to be persuasive, not alienating, you walking vegetable soup.
>>139797 >>139812 >>139858 A fellowship of shills rapidly running out of ideas, how astoundingly novel. Run out of funding for Antifa out there, amerimutt comrade? What about you Ausfalia, unable to remove the Cuckshill and queen worship after the planned failure at Gallipoli?
It is an inherent jewISH lie that there was a "jesus ben christ" born in Galilee. Not even the fairy tale book can keep the story straight of how, whom, what, when, or where. The first reference to "jesus ben christ", a jew whom founded a religion based off his own name, was an unnamed 2nd century monk; this was shortly before the "Arian Heresy" occurred. During his ideological war with Polycarp, the middle 3rd century cathocuck church father Origen committed and ordered multiple acts of post-forgery, which is defined as writing a passage or letter under the name of someone whom died before the current year, including the historic falsehood paper known as the "Testimonium Flavius", to instate the claim of a radical "jesus christ" whom ceased being a jew and founded a new world order. Along with the aid of other monks, the post-writing narratives took further native claims from across Arabia, the wild imaginations of cathocucks stealing ever greater "miracles of faith" under multiple pen names. In order to conquer Rome, roughly 30 judaic death, murder, blood, and apocalypse cults were spawned from judaic doublethink: pitting many smaller enemies against a larger one was a short-sighted yet effective tactic. It only took 250 years of constant jewISH slavery, subjugation, and secret alliances to bring forth that cuck Constantine whom bowed to the inbred jewISH kings, giving them vast amounts of silver, gold, gems, slaves, and land in exchange for continued support. This arrangement continued well into the 10th century when several minor schisms merged, one in which the "bishops" of Rome felt as if they were not being treated as sanctive gods in the hellhole their ancestors created, and began slanting their views to be anti-jewISH. Instead of wiping out das juden, they were merely expelled with all their possessions and slaves in tow throughout history. There is a definitive list of 132 such expulsions, yet in only a minor number was a single jew parasite killed. These are historical facts, irrefutable by the asinine, plagiarist apologism mind virus the two of you continue to commit daily if not hourly.
>>139821 Have not seen this before. Interesting and useful indeed. It will be added to my timeline of major world events.
>>139876 >>139930 >i'm a distinctly different person >is the jewISH fag >also the Ausfailia fag >but we're different Yep, Multiple/Social Personality Disorder. >verbose blocktexts Nothing of value is lost at least. >>139930 >replies to his own samefag this time from a different IP >has done it on the same before by accident I think this might be some kind of advanced character LARP where the character take all the 'Jewish Caricature' and JIDF tactics then practices them in the most retarded way possible, like consensus building, but retardiefied on purpose.
>>139930 Look friend, if you where smart enough to follow a conversation you'd realize I may or may not be religious. I can tell you for a fact I'm not so your cute little- >plagiarist apologism mind virus the two of you continue to commit daily if not hourly -and 'muh christcuck' tier arguments need not apply. I could care less for ahistorical theological dribble and view your disjointed and dysgenic nonsense in the same way. >>139945 Wow dude, really good post, I agree!
>>139945 >>139945 I am not >>139876. Different writing style, mood, logic path, reasonings. You on the other hoof offer little more than vapid "but im not a kike, really, goy!" attacks punctuated by overt ad hominems, backpedal to christcuck apologisms used by typical judeo-christians, and are posting from a country that is royally cucked by jews. You even approved your own post with the same ID. Likewise: pic related.
>>139945 >>139947 Yeah I agree with these guys. >>139963 Nah, those guys are clearly different, can't you see they both have different post No.(s)? What are you talking about >jewISH >jewISH >jewISH So I guess you both have (by chance) the same mental disorder? Also, I'm providing unhelpful criticism not 'ad hominem,' I'm merely insulting you on the *side,* brainlet. If you can't deal with offensive terseness on the internet it's time to go back >>>/oven/
Seriously, I'll even give you HELPFUL criticism: Find a therapist to help you with your cynical and neurotic social disorder before it gets worse. >the other hoof >hoof Oh boy. >more verbosity Yawn. >judeo-christian apologism Where? You fucking slag, I'm not even a religious guy. How ironic you write fluff like the typical theological brainlet.
>>139963 >autistic denials None of this takes away from the fact that you got triggered over two pictures and intentionally derailed a news thread, detracting from the board experience of all of us. If you're so upset then make your own thread, rather than attack Christians every time any of us expresses a pious sentiment. You are every bit as bad as leftist atheists.
Also, you didn't understand that the Aussie was mocking you.
>>139927 I see a bunch of incomprehensible gibberish about how my mental state works based off of calling a bunch of kikes out for kike-ing on a NatSoc board.
>>139945 I use the term "jewISH" to imply that there haven't been any actual jews for years. The modern "jewish people" are just inbred descendants of converts to the original tribe, for the most part. It's more or less been this way for a while.
Are you really calling someone on an imageboard out for mental disorders, because they have a consistent thing they call you out for? This is desperation.
I was referred to mlpol for the good intellectual discussion (and pony shitposting), and see people trying to insert abrahamic bullshit into threads on a board oriented towards a National Socialist/AnCap way of thinking. Abrahamic thinking is a hollow plagiarism of civilizations that deployed effective hierarchal governments, and its proponents are actually LOWER than Afro-Centrists. At the very least, the Afro-Centrists will be right one in fifty times and will be obviously wrong the other forty-nine.
So, yeah, I'm going to take someone more seriously who's been the first to consistently call you (((traditionalist)))/(((centrist))) shills out for subversion. And I'll *keep* doing it.
>>139971 I think that trying to inject judeo-christian ideology into a news thread on a primarily National Socialist/sometimes Anarcho-Capitalist board is itself *worse* than derailment. If the community doesn't call shit like this out, it ends up like 4-/pol/. Of course, you are all well aware of this, which is why you keep up this line of trying to sweep conflict under the rug when it doesn't benefit you.
>>139987 You're still seeing intent where none exists. It probably doesn't help you're ascribing traits to me that are suppositional or inferred by leaps.
You did make a good argument for why we should narrow the common-rightwing's diverse marketplace of ideas though, I hope everyone learns to think more like -just you-, I'm just so amazed, maybe eat shit? Nobody was trying to inject anything, no argument was made or idea proposed, you've been briefly triggered by imagery, >>>/tumblr/ is that way. >>139991 Yes, this is the last time I engage with a NatSoc patsy.
>>139991 I'm perfectly fine as long as (((they))) stop injecting propaganda into our threads. Just like…
>>139993 Your "intent" is plainly-obvious. You/your fellow shills-in-arms attempt to subtly subvert threads, and then put your hands up and screech autistically when someone decides to call you out on it. So, what, joining an Assad/Syria thread and attempting to insert images like >>139797 isn't obvious injection? I call bullshit: I doubt that (((christ-chan))) images of specific, sub-political topics are things that just float around here and there outside of judeo-christian circles. Same goes for the dozens of similar reaction images that seem to just "pop up" which are only usually seen in the shill/bot-infested 4-/pol/. These images are sought out/created/collected, and then the individual in question waits to insert them whenever relevant. I post the same few images I picked up around the board in reply to you each time, and you few rush like autistic children with helmets trying to lick a bus window.
"You're mentally ill!" "You're triggered! Go back to Tumblr!"
These are common shill tactics, used when the individual in question has been cornered and is trying to place a stigma too late in the discussion. You'd find something that simple on Facebook, even. ShareBlue, etc etc. Doesn't matter, it's the most basic shit in the book and (((conservative))) shilling groups will do much the same.
Also, given that you just called someone a "NatSoc" pansy on a primarily NatSoc board, it's abundantly clear that you aren't from here.
>>140003 the jew is strong in this one hes right then wrong, wrong again, then right. instead buddy you should focus on whats truly going on around you and defend conservative views, because anything other than god and ponies is just straight retarded.
>>140003 You can't seriously think with a straight face that a moe-anthromorphization of Christian-Idealism is irrelevant to Syria, a place where the Islamic rebels will execute you for not being able to say specific words from their interpretation of Islamic belief, let alone being member of a different religion.
That's neither here nor there though because I never even considered that in my OC. Here's what I considered: 1). Christianity is a topic that targets a specific audience 2). It doesn't alienate anyone, it's innoculous at worst (except to touchy spazzes). 3). Cute character, most important REQUIRED criteria (I don't want to depict assad protecting serial killers or something) 4). The Kiwi made image (the low quality one) was what inspired me to do my own, whatever reasons they had are their own 5). I'm thoroughly not religious and that's after spending ages on the Atheist funwagon while it was still a good laugh and babbies first training wheel Look, I don't know what makes you think these kinds of things don't float around Christian circles, but that's your bias man. Thing is not everyone is as trigger happy and touchy like you, I think your smart enough to look at the facts and realize Islam is a cancer that's been one of the things killing the Middle East, by most measurements Christian Muslims are twelve times better (but they must all stay out). I'm gonna continue to not be a sped, not fight my friends, (irl, who are more white value minded than you soygoy) & focus on real issues. Not this 'stringing together tangential points' schizo nonsense.
Shit, I don't even need to include this next part and it'll probably just drag my main points down but.., Don't act like Modern Christians- or hell, even Christians from the 50s -are the same as early Judeo Christians. A lot of spazzes (smarter than yourself) can argue for days on why Judeo Christianity is a Jew born mutt, but I like to think most of them are smart enough to not go around larping as if Modern Christians are the same thing.
Infact, what you're doing is even stupider than that, you're ascribing intent to undermine or subvert just because you think they're apart of a undermining subversive group, actual fucking moron. I hope you can rest easy tonight knowing full well even for Christians that their religion isn't a primary conscious consideration or motivator for conspiracy riddled espionage. We invented Occam's Razor and similiar tools to smite retards like yourself.
Also, I called you a NatSoc patsy not a Natsoc pansy.
Also, I'm underage MODS!!! Please ban us both thanks. I've moved to phoneposting at a new location so things are all ass right now.
I'm also a huge critic of modern traditionalists who don't understand what they're pining for, so I'm not sure why you need anti-semetic hatespeech echos my friend!
>>140070 Well, look on the bright side. You have an excuse to indulge in some pony porn without feeling guity >implying you would ever feel guilty for indulging in pony porn
In other news (only been a "news alert" not found an article). >Law professor Geir Ulfstein tells NTB (Norwegian news agency) that the warned Western military attack on Syria's government will be a violation of international law. Several countries have threatened rocket attacks on Syrian military facilities following an alleged chemical attack outside Damascus.
Well here is some news >Macron wants to 'intensify' dialogue with Russia on Syria: French presidency https://twitter.com/AFP/status/984771347720167424 >Putin warns France's Macron against 'ill-considered and dangerous actions' in Syria: Kremlin https://twitter.com/AFP/status/984783707700678657 >KREMLIN TO COORDINATE WITH FRANCE ON SYRIA The Kremlin says Russian President Vladimir Putin and French President Emmanuel Macron have agreed to coordinate their actions to avoid further military escalation in Syria.
A suspected poison gas attack in the suburbs of the Syrian capital, which killed more than 40 people, has drawn international outrage and prompted the United States and its allies to consider a military strike on Syria. France is reported to be one of the strongest backers of a possible strike which Russia strongly opposes.
The Kremlin said on Friday in its readout of the phone call between the two presidents that Putin and Macron agreed to ask their foreign policy chiefs to "keep in close contact" to "de-escalate" the situation in Syria.
>Russian military police begin patrolling streets of Douma BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:45 P.M.) – Russian military police could be seen patrolling the streets of Eastern Ghouta’s Douma on Thursday, to ensure the civilians life in the war-torn city returns back to normal.
The military police was deployed in Douma with the aim to uphold legal order and to provide assistance for the locals, in addition to ensuring security.
>Major showdown between US and Russian backed forces in Deir Ezzor as both sides commit reinforcements BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 P.M.) – A large number of reinforcements from the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have reportedly arrived in east Deir Ezzor, today, following the mass build-up of pro-government troops along the Euphrates River.
According to reports from Deir Ezzor, the Syrian Democratic Forces posted these reinforcements along the front-lines with the Syrian Army near the town of Khasham.
Syrian military sources in the provincial capital of Deir Ezzor reported that the build-up of SDF troops near Khasham comes just 48 hours after the Russian military constructed a bridge near the Konoko Gas Field and Al-‘Umar Oil Field.
>>140088 What is the possibility of America using the Kurds as a proxy to strike on Assad? An air or missile strike might be too risky for obvious reasons. Goading the SDF into attacking the SAA would have fewer repercussions and could do some damage.
>>140092 I cannot say though there have been reports of clashes/exchange of fire between SDF and SAA in DeZ. Also according to Eastern Media Fax the SDF and ISIS have some sort of ceasefire they are not are not attacking each other and civilians from both areas are moving in and out without any problem. I think the US and the SDF intend to let ISIS do the work for them.
>>140099 >I think the US and the SDF intend to let ISIS do the work for them. Very interesting. If this is the case perhaps we will see the intervention of the ISIS air force. They would be less likely to start WW3 than an American strike. >>140100 Good. >>140102 It would make sense. Show off the equipment and force the U.S. command to rethink strategy. The longer the possible strike is postponed the less likely it will happen.
>>140112 >Russia claims they have evidence that Britain participated in a staged chemical attack in Syria. They claim Britain's cooperation with the organization The White Helmets in Staging the Attack in the Syrian city of Douma last weekend. http://archive.is/Xu6lb
Finally some articles about it >The Russian military says that an alleged chemical attack in Syria was staged and directed by Britain. >Volunteer first responders and activists claimed a chemical attack by the Syrian government killed over 40 people in the town of Douma, which drew international outrage and prompted Washington and its allies to consider a military response. Moscow warned against any strikes and threatened to retaliate. >Russian Defense Ministry spokesman, Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov, released statements by medics from Douma's hospital who said a group of people toting video cameras entered the hospital, shouting that its patients were struck with chemical weapons and causing panic. The medics said none of the patients were hurt by chemicals. >Konashenkov said Friday that Britain was "directly involved in the provocation," but didn't elaborate or provide evidence.
>>140128 Again? What, someone posted a pic of rope made into a gallow with time-stamp and made a "round 2 soon faggots" thread? >tfw I wanted to do this to troll them >>140129 Huh, what discordfags did?
>>140145 Good to see you mate really. Thought you were a goner. >i'm trying to stop wasting time on 4 chinz tho I should too but I like to like to discuss things with some posters and read the news so i keep coming back.
>US ambassador to the United Nations says President Trump 'has not yet made a decision about possible actions in Syria.' https://twitter.com/AP/status/984810701419139072 It's like the entire U.S. policy is schizophrenic, not just Trump. What could possibly be happening behind closed doors?
>Fights have begun in South Damascus, #SAA artillery and earth to earth rockets are targeting Yarmouk Camp and the Al-Qadam district right now and #IS returns fire with mortars and earth to earth rockets. Sounds are to be heard inside the center of Damascus. https://twitter.com/EasternMediafax/status/984827424088231936
>Russian MoD delivers presentation accusing UK of fabricating Douma chemical attack BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 P.M.) – Russian Ministry of Defence Chief Spokesperson Igor Konashenkov accused the UK of preparing the alleged chemical attack in Syria’s Douma, during a briefing in Moscow on Friday.
According to Konashenkov, London provided the White Helmets with information that the Jaysh al-Islam militants were to perform airstrikes in Damascus between April 3 and 6. The militant’s attack would then trigger a response from Syrian government forces, which the White Helmets were to use “to maintain the provocation with the so-called chemical weapons.”
Konashenkov noted that all of the Western countries’ allegations are based on footage from a Douma hospital, where the victims of the alleged chemical attack were brought.
“We managed to find those who are pictured in this footage and to question them,” Konashenkov said.
One of the alleged witnesses, Douma’s central hospital emergency department worker Halil Ajij, said the victims brought into the hospital “had symptoms of asthma caused by smoke inhalation.”
Ajij explained that as the hospital staff helped the victims, an unknown man came in and said “it was a chemical attack.”
>Libya’s Haftar reported dead in Paris Egyptian lawmaker Mustafa Bakri has issued a tweet about Haftar’s alleged death, writing that “The departure of Field Marshal Haftar, commander-in-chief of the Libyan Armed Forces, is a great loss. He was a common denominator among the honorable sons of Libya.”
The Libya Observer has also reported that Haftar passed, citing diplomatic sources.
Earlier, Libyan National Army political administration head Hussein al-Obeidi said that Haftar had left France and returned to Benghazi on Friday, according to the EREM News portal. Al-Obeidi said that he had personally met Field Marshal Hafter upon his return to Libya, and said that the field marshal’s health was “excellent” and that he was “in good physical shape.”
The official also denied that Haftar had suffered a stroke, calling such informations “rumors spread by media supported by political Islam.”
This week, Le Monde reported that Haftar may ave been sent for urgent treatment at a Paris hospital. According to the newspaper, the 75-year-old military commander, presumably suffering a stroke, was taken by plane to Paris via Jordan. LNA officials said however that Haftar had gone to Jordan for political negotiations.
>>140215 >4chinz should go down more often But i want to shitpost on /sp/ and /mu/ >>140219 I don't know, i don't have a twitter account but several times people linked his twitter on /sg/ and all of his news about iran were fake news and rumors.
>IDF claims downed Iranian UAV “armed with explosives” tasked to attack Israel The Israeli Defense Forces revealed the results of the investigation into what they claimed was an Iranian UAV shot down by the country’s air force’s in February on the territory of Syria.
The Israeli Defense Forces announced Friday that their probe into the Iranian drone that intercepted the country’s airspace in February showed that it was allegedly carrying explosives and programmed to attack Israel.
The incident took place on February 10: according to the Israeli army, its Apache attack helicopter had intercepted an Iranian drone launched from Syria. As they have specified, it triggered the Israeli Air Force (IAF) to strike alleged Iranian targets in Syria.
Responding to the Israeli attack, the Syrian air defense systems fired down the Israeli F-16 aircraft. Both crew members — a pilot and navigator — managed to eject before the plane crashed in northern Israel.
As the Israeli military explained Friday, the alleged Iranian drone downed in February was tracked by the country’s defense systems.
The fire from Syrian air defense in February prompted a tough response from the Israeli side: it attacked 12 positions in Syria, including eight Syrian airplanes and three anti-aircraft batteries. Commenting on the offense, a military source told Sputnik that the Israeli military believed it had destroyed up to a half of the Syrian Air Defense Forces during the airstrike.
Reacting to the exchange of fire several days after, Syria’s Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minister Fayssal Mikdad vowed that Damascus would down any jet that started an assault on Syria.
>Russian choppers pave the way for new Syrian Army advance in northeast Hom BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:10 P.M.) – Despite the poor whether on Friday, the Russian Aerospace Forces continued to offer air support to their allies from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the northeastern countryside of the Homs Governorate.
According to a military source in the provincial capital of Homs, Russian attack choppers inflicted heavy damage on the Islamic State (ISIS) defenses near Al-Sukhnah, while also killing scores of terrorists in the process.
As a result of these Russian strikes, the Syrian Arab Army, alongside Hezbollah and Liwaa Al-Fatemiyoun (Afghan-Iranian paramilitary), seized several points from the Islamic State forces near the strategic Deir Ezzor Highway.
In addition to aiding the Syrian Army near Al-Sukhnah, the Russian Aerospace Forces launched several strikes on the Islamic State’s positions in the southeastern countryside of Homs.
Israel in 'direct combat' with Iran after Syria raid: Hezbollah >Israel's strike on a Syrian airbase this week has put it in direct confrontation with regional foe Iran, the head of Lebanon's Tehran-backed Hezbollah movement said on Friday. >“The Israelis committed a historic mistake… and put themselves in direct combat with Iran,” Hassan Nasrallah warned in a televised address. >Seven Iranian personnel were killed in Monday's early-morning strike on the T-4 airbase in Syria, but Tehran had not specified which units the fighters belonged to. >On Friday, Nasrallah said the casualties were elite Iranian Revolutionary Guards and said it was the first time in Syria's long-running conflict that they were intentionally hit by Israel. >“This is unprecedented in seven years: that Israel directly targets Iran's Revolutionary Guard,” Nasrallah said. >“This is a turning point for the region, and what came before is not what will come after,” he warned. https://nation.com.pk/13-Apr-2018/israel-in-direct-combat-with-iran-after-syria-raid-hezbollah http://archive.is/sH1yn
>Jabhat Tahrir Souriya sends reinforcements to west Aleppo BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:40 P.M.) – The jihadist group Jabhat Tahrir Souriya recently sent reinforcements to the imperative town of Daret Izza in west Aleppo, pro-opposition activists reported on Friday.
Jabhat Tahrir Souriya reportedly sent more reinforcements to this front in order to deter any possible attack by their jihadist foes Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.
>>140265 overall very pleasant, but moving between cities can be a pain in the ass due to the lack of good long range transportation infrastructures plus it made me realize how dependent the modern man is to internet
>>140268 why not? why should I go to one of those faggy tourist destination where everyone and their mother has been to? going to unusual places is where the fun's at >>140271 nothing worth noting, they're not the type depicted by amerimutt hollywood movies, they wont kill you on the spot because you speak english odd that you ask that question considering I assume you're familiar with pashtuns
>>140277 ah yes overall very friendly people (mostly in the countryside, in the cities people seemed more rude) used my sunni privilege to get to sleep in peoples homes during my trip when I couldn't go to a hotel
>>140295 understandable but considering you were in the south you know what is the next question im about to ask so you might as well tell me what you can. >>140297 the type you deserve you stupid cunt
>>140305 >the amish won't feel a difference in their way of life between before and after the bombs fall Yes they will. When the bombs fall the Amish villages will be desolate ruins filled with giant cockroaches.
>>140321 They do, but in an actual nuclear exchange it will not be a limited engagement. Both sides will fire everything they have trying to overwhelm the other side's defense systems. A lot of missiles will likely detonate, which will kill a lot of people. Pic related is only if primary targets are hit. An actual war would be much worse. >>140322 Just testing stuff out.
https://archive.fo/to9n3 http://time.com/5239044/us-navy-warships-sailing-syria/ >The biggest U.S. Navy force since the 2003 invasion of Iraq may be headed toward Syria as President Donald Trump weighs a military response to the suspected chemical weapon attack in Douma, a town on the outskirts of Damascus. >The Times of London reports that the U.S. Navy is sending a total of ten warships and two submarines into the Mediterranean Sea. Any Navy task force will likely be led by the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Harry S. Truman, which set out from Norfolk, Virginia, this week with a strike group of five escort warships, according to the Times.
>>140153 It can only be Trump disagreeing with his War Hawks. Aggressive political strategy (which has been surprisingly effective) vs his War Hawks clashing over Syrian blood money and favour. Screencap this.
>Get back from work >Check usual websites >Check /mlpol/ >Holy shit the /mlpol//sg/ thread had some major activity >Find out 4chan went down >Reach end of thread >Realize almost everyone fucked off back to 4/pol/ once the board went back up Why even use this board? Is this really just a secondary bunker and nothing else?
>#Syria Large convoys of Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement and #FSA 9th Division coming from Euphrates Shield Areas arrived in Aleppo's western countryside to prepare for what they called the battle to liberate Idlib and block Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham #HTS https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/984924141701750790 >pics in link
>>140404 long story short morocco cut in three during colonization spain control north and southern half france control middle at the end of colonization morocco reunites middle and north but not south which stays under spanish control (until 1975 where Franco is forced by nato to cede the territory in exchange of economic help to spain) problem is the southern inhabitant don't want to reunite with the north half and don't consider themselves Moroccans (it is true to an extent as the sahraoui are a different ethnic group) They create their independence guerrilla ie polisario which is backed by Algeria due to a strong stance of anti imperialism (which in turn made morocco so assblasted that they funded salafi islamist terrorist groups in the 90's to try to overthrow the government) fast forward to today: morocco has almost all control or illegally occupy southern half (depending on the perspective) polisario keeps getting humanitarian and military help from algeria, negotiations have failed (algeria says it will stop helping them if there is a legit referendum, Morocco keep postponing it so basically the conflict is pretty much frozen till now now enter this new variable https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_Algerian_Air_Force_Il-76_crash military plane containing polisario refugee crashed killing a lot of people was it morocco or is it because of IL-76 is a garbage bin with wings slapped on? my opinion is the latter also i don't think that anything worth of notice will happen just some run of the mill flexing
What if Assad gave the order to strike and his forces decided to deploy gas? This all happened after the ceasfire in Jobar and Harsata. Douma wanted negotiations but Rebels back out last second. Ordering a strike isn't that far fetched, unfortunately the average idiot believes CW and IW are intrinsicly worse than conventional conflict.
>>140418 Unlikely. Assuming the SAA really had chemical weapons the orders to use them would have come from pretty high up the chain. Right now nobody really knows what happened, but it seems like a false flag.
“Iraq has rejected Iran’s request for using Iraqi airbases to protect Syrian jets.” An Iraqi MP has confirmed it to the Jordanian Petra news agency adding that Iraq will not allow Iran or the US to use its territory for any confrontations in #Syria https://twitter.com/nafisehkBBC/status/984932487053881344
>>140420 >building has all windows closed yet people walk in without gas mask >guy keep complaining about how it smell strongly (implying the chemical) without any gas mask >somehow everyone is ok bigthink.jpeg
#UPDATE - White House staffers have stated they doubt #US President will announce anything today. Confusion has be rife within the White House as the battle between Mattis and Bolton continues regarding strikes on #Syria.
#UPDATE - White House staffers have stated they doubt #US President will announce anything today. Confusion has be rife within the White House as the battle between Mattis and Bolton continues regarding strikes on #Syria.
>>140440 What a clusterfuck of sentence subject for no reason, it's like someone gave up on an active sentence halfway. Guess tD is gonna give the warhawk senioritas a big no. But, Honestly I don't mind this political strategy, it worked with NK and nobody went around acting like Trump was retarded then. I just wanna see what happens next, I was hoping for WW3: revenge of the politically isolated slav.
I'm not in a location I can start a Syrian intervention archive of all this content, but I don't want all this stuff to go unsaved and being able to dropbox all these videos to people means they're more likely to understand the effects of multiple strikes like this. Please don't let the slave masters of the world go unnoticed.
More #Syria #Damascus Just saw on a Live stream in Damascus a Anti Air Defence Missile fired into the sky then 10 or so seconds later a explosion in the sky. Looks like a Missile might have been Destroyed.
@IvanSidorenko1 50s51 seconds ago More #Syria #Damascus Russian ANNA NEWS Reporter : Antiaircraft missiles are continuing to fly into the night Damascus sky. Looks like the working s-200 and ‘Panzir’. Blowing is also hearing.
From Senator Bob Casey >While Bashar al-Assad must be held accountable for his unlawful use of chemical weapons against civilians, the strikes that are being carried out are being done without an authorization from Congress, which is unacceptable
>>140610 It's remarkable a society with modern moral standards for conventional '''warfare''' care so much about the unconventional tactics of places like Syria. Assad could literally execute rebels with gas or HE and it would hardly be much different, these normies, ignoring the reality of conflicts and the great wars.
>Strike on Syria won't remain without consequences – Russian ambassador to US >The Russian Ambassador to the US has warned of "consequences" after the US and its allies launched a coordinated military action against Syria. "We warned that such actions will not be left without consequences," Anatoly Antonov said Friday night. "All responsibility for them rests with Washington, London and Paris." >Russia feels threatened by the US decision to strike Syrian targets in retaliation for the alleged chemical attack in Douma on April 7, which Moscow believes was staged. >"A pre-designed scenario is being implemented. Again, we are being threatened. We warned that such actions will not be left without consequences," Anatoly Antonov said in a statement on Friday night. "All responsibility for them rests with Washington, London and Paris." https://archive.fo/rmGWY
>>140629 Please consider >>140630 A fabulous new life awaits you of sucking dick for validation. heightened mental illness, and your inevitable glamorous suicide. What are you waiting for anon? Start your HRT today!
>>140633 See, this is the thing normies don't know. Russia thrives off its political isolation, it strengthens Putin. Even the idealist chanfaggots who want US & RU co-operation will never have it. Putin is a vet of the game and even if Trump wanted peace, Russia will never take the offer whole. It's unfortunate really that the world has been scapegoating Ru for so long.
Jesus the end of Mattis press conference (paraphrasing). >There will be a campaign of disinformation in the coming days from those who have aligned themselves with the Assad regime >Don't listen to what anyone says. Only report what we are saying. The machinery for war-propaganda is activated
I had hoped that Trump would be US centric but obviously the constant shit he has to put up with everyday has weakened him into a fucking puppet. Even in the press conference his hand movements for fully scripted. The strings may be bracketed in a speech but they are just as strong. Just the same in the UK as May weakened by lies of Corbyn at the last election will do anything to retaine power. Maggie sent warships to a south american fishing village and May has sent subs to a pile of rubble. My conclusion is that the world is controlled by the media. The media is controlled by the … .
I personally do not care if chemical weapons are used because I really can not distinguish between using mustard gas and having a massive collection of nukes. Anyone who has had to deal with threats and actual violence will be aware the threats are must worse mentally. A good kicking is cathartic in comparison. Lets just hope that Putin remains an adult because at least he knows how to control the media in his country.
>Great Satan complains about dead civilians, proceeds to bomb civilian areas I'm glad to be in a (relatively) neutral country atm, if China doesn't get involved the world could blow up and I'll be fine. God be with you anons.
Note: This is not from todays attack, but one in February >Mike Pompeo, the CIA director nominated to be secretary of state, told lawmakers Thursday that the U.S. killed up to 200 Russians in airstrikes conducted against forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in February. >U.S. officials have so far remained silent about the number of casualties inflicted by a coalition assault on pro-Syrian government fighters that the Pentagon claimed opened fire on Syrian Democratic Forces in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor. Both a U.S.-led coalition and the Russia-backed forces supportive of Assad are battling the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in the region, but recent tensions have produced fears of a conflict erupting between Washington and Moscow. >"In Syria, now, a handful of weeks ago, the Russians met their match. A couple hundred Russians were killed," Pompeo said during his confirmation hearing in Washington. http://archive.is/4VBlq
Looks like the US and France is not on the same page when it comes to whether or not Russia was informed. >France's defense minister says its joint military operation with the U.S. and Britain against Syria targeted three sites and that Russia was informed ahead of time. https://archive.fo/2jquU
Wow, big nothing. Only notable things are: 1). I saw some Aqua low IQ booty. 2). We may or may not still fight Syria over 'Chemical Weapons,' in the future. 3). I think Trump has a fine political strategy but Assad isn't a animal, fucking droompf.
It is "strange" how the US, UK, and France says that Syria have to stop making chemical weapons and destroy the "stockpiles" to get peace. And then in the next sentence say they successfully destroyed the Syrian chemical weapon program in yesterday/today's airstrike.
>>140775 They (US, UK and France) have stated (at least in the UN speeches right now) that the Syrian chemical weapon program is completely destroyed, and will never again be able to make or use chemical weapons.
>>140832 Not much of substance happened. US, UK and France says they were saving the world by attacking. Russia and Syria said they were breaking the UN charter by attacking an sovereign state without reason or mandate from the UN. Also Russia mentioned that the French were talking to the Russians about doing an investigation, but suddenly France stopped talking about it and joined US and UK in attacking. The other members of the security counsel voted down an proposal from the Russians because "It would be vetoed anyway so it would only serve to become a political statement if it was voted for." Also "they wanted to deescalate the situation by not forcing the US, UK or France to veto." So it was basically a meeting that ended in nothing at all. But Russia and Syria for their point trough I think, the other countries just didn't want to come on the bad side of the US, and I suspect possibly loose trade and foreign aid.
I hope Russia again puts forward an resolution in the security council to do an investigation. But this is mainly to show the hypocrisy of the US, UK and France. Without such an resolution to vote on, there will only be an US, UK and French resolution to vote for. The Leftist media will cry that Russia vetoed an resolution for investigating, but without mentioning all the extra caveats the US, UK and French resolution contains. But on the other hand, why would the US, UK and France call for an "investigation"? Didn't they say they had proof.
I can not be fully open on how I know this but for the last few months the NTT cables that link communications between Japan and Hong Kong and at least one other cable in Europe have been down. NTT have nearly full owndership of cables but lease out with maintenance contracts. The first excuse of many why one cable was down was shark-bite. The reason for not fixing was duristiction of the water was in China Seas and therefor permission needed to be granted. This became a very prolonged affair for unclear reasons. However it all got fixed just as the US,UK,F had their bombing mission. I feel just another under the radar event hidden by the false flag. TIN HAT POINT: Maybe there were US subs in the East Sea that did not want to be discovered by the cable guys but they had moved to the warmer seas for a couple of days. I do very much expect that under the East Sea are a whole collection of subs from all sides.
>>141024 3 buildings… whoa… now, to get back on track with the proper news! >HTS take control of Khan Sheikhoun and a dozen other villages in southern Idlib & towards Morek + clashes around Maaret al-Nu'man https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/985419446155030528 Pic rel is today's gainz in the Rastan pocket. Mostly by NDF and SSNP.
>U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Sunday that the United States would not pull its troops out of Syria until its goals were accomplished. >Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Haley listed three aims for the United States: ensuring that chemical weapons are not used in any way that pose a risk to U.S. interests, that Islamic State is defeated and that there is a good vantage point to watch what Iran is doing. >It is our goal "to see American troops come home, but we are not going to leave until we know we have accomplished those things," Haley said. http://archive.is/MIdxI >a good vantage point to watch what Iran is doing Would this mean permanent US base? In other words the US will never leave.
>>141031 true true, but I talked to a Chinese today, there they also talk about Syria but far more the coming trade war is a topic, father of a Chinese friend is losing money currently because of that, so at least the Chinese people I know personally do not have the bestest of opinion of US right now
I think the US have played a bit too big of a hand (or rather been cucked too hard by Israel). From what I can see (assume) I think the US is planing on, and actively using Foreign aid and trade "agreements" as leverage to force countries to side with them. If they don't side with the US, aid will be stopped, and possible trade will be stopped or heavily taxed. Some countries thus don't see another choice other than siding with the US.
>Russia's Putin predicts global 'chaos' if West hits Syria again >Russian President Vladimir Putin warned on Sunday that further Western attacks on Syria would bring chaos to world affairs, as Washington prepared to increase pressure on Russia with new economic sanctions. >In a telephone conversation with his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, Putin and Rouhani agreed that the Western strikes had damaged the chances of achieving a political resolution in the seven-year Syria conflict, according to a Kremlin statement. >“Vladimir Putin, in particular, stressed that if such actions committed in violation of the U.N. Charter continue, then it will inevitably lead to chaos in international relations,” the Kremlin statement said. http://archive.is/oU6e3
>>140773 Finally web's back. Just thought I'd say that Syria agreed to destroy its CW stockpiles ages ago with verification by a NGO or something. They only left two they didn't have control of at the time, with inventory that is probably still unaccounted for.
Why did Sweden and Netherlands vote against condemning the strikes in Syria? I watched the UNSC before but not their reasoning. can someone give me their tl;dr and maybe an analysis why they really did it? I think it is very obvious that those strikes violated the UN charta, so i deem it weird that those 2 willingily undermine the UN like that
>>141132 True, the overseeing organization confirmed Syria had destroyed the entire chemical weapons program and stockpile. >October 1, 2013: A joint team of OPCW and UN officials arrived in Syria to begin destruction of the country's chemical weapons stockpiles and facilities. >October 6, 2013: Officials from the OPCW and UN team said that destruction of Syria's stockpiles of chemical weapons began. The officials confirmed that the Syrians will actually complete the destruction work, while the UN and OPCW team will monitor and verify the activities. >October 27, 2013: Syria submitted the details of its plans for "total and verified destruction" of its chemical weapons stockpile and production facilities to the OPCW. This declaration follows an initial declaration submitted on Sept. 20. >October 31, 2013: The OPCW confirmed that Syria destroyed, or rendered inoperable, all of its declared facilities for mixing and producing chemical weapons. The OPCW was able to inspect 21 of the 23 sites where these facilities were housed. The remaining two sites could not be visited due to security concerns, but inspectors said that the equipment was moved out of these sites and destroyed. >November 30, 2013: The OPCW announced that Syria's chemical weapons will be destroyed on a U.S. ship using hydrolysis. Hydrolysis is a process that breaks down chemical agents using hot water and other compounds to neutralize the agents. >January 7, 2014: Syria delivered the first load of chemical weapons to its port city Latakia. The chemical weapons were then loaded on a Danish ship that sailed out into international waters. China and Russia are providing protection for the ship, which will eventually transfer the cargo to the US ship, the MV Cape Ray, to be neutralized using hydrolysis. >January 27, 2014: A second shipment of Syrian chemical weapons was loaded onto Danish and Norwegian ships at the Syrian port of Lattakia. The U.S. ship that will receive the chemical weapons and then neutralize them using hydrolysis, the Cape Ray, left port. The chemicals will be transferred to the Cape Ray at the Italian port Gioa Tauro. >November 6, 2015: A press release from the OPCW fact-finding team claimed with "the utmost confidence" that the Islamic State used sulfur mustard in an attack on August 21, 2015 in Marea, in northern Syria. >January 4, 2016: The OPCW announced in a press release that the last of the Syrian chemical weapons material, 75 cylinders of hydrogen fluoride, had been destroyed by Veolia Environmental Services Technical Solutions. http://archive.is/BTjCK
Convenient that the US got hold of all of Syrias chemical weapons. Should be a problem for them to keep some of it and ise it in a false flag for then saying "The chemicals used was produced in Syria. Therefor it was Syria that did it QED". Wonder if OPCW had inspectors on the US military ship that was used for destruction of the chemicals.
>>141137 I think they did it so they wouldn't force the US to veto the resolution, and in turn make the US look like the bad guy. At least that was the reason one of the African nations used, and I assume Sweden and Netherlands reasoned likewise. >Also I suspect Sweden is brownnosing the US and EU a bit because they are defenceless and have taken in too many immigrants. Sweden needs the protection the US and EU can give, and they need the EU to fix the problem Sweden created by taking in too many immigrants.
Devs April 16 >Russian military police distribute humanitarian aid to civilians in Douma as final militants depart >W Aleppo; Jabhat Tahrir Souriya begins op against HTS near Daret Izza, cap 4 localities and several Turkestan Islamic Party militants >Ru says it will not interfere in OPCW investigation, 'US is trying to undermine…mission…ahead of the experts’ arrival in Douma' >E Qalamoun rebels claim fake assault in hopes of negotiating better deal with SAA >SOHR; 196 members of HTS and 148 members of Jabhat Tahrir Souriya killed in clashes between each other over weekend >JTS storms HTS positions in W Aleppo, capture Aajel, Jamiyat Al-Sa’diyah, and Al-Dabaa, and hilltops of Tal Al-Numan >US reportedly sets up new base in E DeZ at al-Tanak oilfield, also move equipment from Khasham to Hosseinieh >SAA ops in Homs-Hama border in Ar-Rastan region result in capture of Beit Ray, Wadi Khanazir valley, and Jabal Jinn mountain >Rally in support of SAA in Damascus in Umayyad Square held today >PKK attack Turkish mil in S province of Sirnak near Iraqi/Syrian borders, killing 3 soldiers, wounding several
>>141178 And I'll add analysis of an airstrike from Southfront https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6S5HRD6YaiY Thanks for devs, USB(?) >tfw you came back after 1 month ban of supposed ban evasion only to be banned again for another month, not even reason given Say hello to 4/sg/ from me. And tell them to unfuck themselves about that recent shills rampage.
>>141183 >USB(?) aye, it's me lawgoy, shills have slowed down quite a bit, right now it is mainly a Brazilian and a UK flag, probably hohol proxies. I will pass on the hello. Hope you are doing well m8.
>>141199 Aye, I'm unironically quite productive with less time spent on 4cuck last month. Gym n' stuff. Could say: wtf I love 4cuck mods now. And again, don't let 3-letter agencies get onto ya, habibi.
>Syria intensified the defence of its S-200 sites.As I reported Khalhale site 33.179200° 36.570091° got Pantsir-S (in addition to SA-8). But it seems that also Homs 34.628537° 36.771631° got Pantsir-S (in addition to Pechora 2M) https://twitter.com/border9999/status/985885809952903168
I haven't been paying much attention late, can someone give me a quick rundown? I heard about the burger strikes, were there any more after the initial volley? Also, was Douma finally cleared or no? Anything else I should know?
>>141308 > I heard about the burger strikes, were there any more after the initial volley? No >Also, was Douma finally cleared or no? Yes. >Anything else I should know? Maybe. I don't know. The UN is finally investigating Douma for evidence right now for the recent chemical incident.
>>141279 Syria declined to comment on -who- was responsible for the act of 'aggression' and US confirms no involvement. Also, don't forget the jews razed the T-4 airfield base, last I saw via a map the thing was on fire.
>Russia says it found Syrian rebel chemical weapons >The Russian military says that it has found rebel chemical weapons stockpiles in the Syrian town hit by a suspected chemical attack. >Alexander Rodionov of the military’s chemical weapons protection unit said Tuesday its experts found chlorine and components for producing mustard gas at a rebel laboratory in Douma. >Syrian activists blamed the Syrian government for the April 7 chemical attack in Douma, which they said killed over 40 people. Rodionov said the canister with chlorine was similar to the one shown in images released by activists. >The attack prompted the U.S., Britain and France to launch Saturday’s strike on Syria. Syria and its ally Russia denied any chemical attack took place, and Moscow has accused rebels of feigning a chemical attack with British assistance, a claim Britain has rejected http://archive.is/IMq85
(also found this from a month ago) >March 12, 2018 >Russian agencies say Syrian army found rebel chemical weapons workshop in Ghouta >Syrian military said on Monday that it had found a rebel workshop in eastern Ghouta used to make chemical weapons, Russian news agencies reported on Monday citing a Syrian colonel. http://archive.is/qKsSW
Devs April 18 >S Damas offensive on hold, talks ongoing between IS and SAA, IS requests transfer to DeZ, but unwilling to surrender heavy weapons >OPCW inspection stalled, advance UN security team comes under fire, investigation will proceed today if conditions allow >SE Hama; HTS and Faylaq Al-Sham attack SAA positions near Qabet Al-Kurdi, seize 2 points but later lose them in SAA counter attack >Rural Raqqa; SAA discovers mass grave containing 150+ bodies of SAA and civs executed by ISIS >Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham/JTS recapture Tarmala, during withdrawal HTS executes Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham commander Abu Hafs Karnaz and his associates >Qalamoun; Ru and Sy AF launch 50+ airstrikes on Jaysh Thuwar Al-Sham positions in span of 10 hours last night >Iraqi PMU launch surprise raid on high ranking IS commander Abu Huzeifa Al-Iraqi's compound, who was killed once his tunnel was stormed >US claims it has observed heightened IS activity around Abukamal, state they will share data with Russian counterparts >Tehran holds large military parade, Rouhani says Iran would not heed to Western pressure, will "produce any weapon that we need”
National news seems to have a story every other day about how investigators sent for Douma are impeded and obstructed, this is implicitly or explicitly blamed on the syrian government and/or russians.
It's very interesting because I've yet to hear any anchor or official explicitly accuse the syrian government or russia of trying to cover up incriminating evidence, the reporting merely implies it.
What's the status of such investigators? Do they normally get escorts, or are they just civvies? Why doesn't anyone take it beyond saying "investigators were prevented from entering", when they're so quick to make accusations otherwise?
Devs April 19 >Yarmouk; SAA op against ISIS begins, heavy artillery strikes and clashes ongoing >E Qalamoun rebels agree to surrender, expected to hand over heavy weapons and equipment in coming days >UN to view interview of Syrian boy who claims he was lured into White Helmets chem attack video >ISIS conducts strong raids on SAA, hitting 3 points between Palmyra and T-3, claiming several SAA killed and vehicles captured >New agreement between Sy and Iraq allows for Iraqi AF to airstrike IS in DeZ, so far 5 strikes have been made >E Qalamoun; Tiger Forces seized the Al-Kharnuba area and Al-Maselah plain, isolated Ar-Ruhaybah >SW Daraa; After 12 hours of clashes and heavy losses FSA recapture territory lost to IS affiliate Jaysh Khalid ibn al-Walid >S Aleppo; SAA performs drone strike on a leader of Faylaq al-Sham, killing him and bodyguards in Khalsah >1500 JAI and 5000 of their family members leave E Qalamoun headed for Jarabulus >OPCW chief; Douma investigation area still not secure for inspection to begin
>Updates from 4/sg/ >Iraqi AF continues airstrikes in Syria with focus on Albukamal-Qa’im area, claimed killing IS' 2nd in command today >Putin, Macron discuss OPCW invesigation and US-led airstrike fallout in telephone conversation >SAA 4th Div claims to have liberated several blocks of SE Hajar Al-Aswad dist, however from the west axis they have gained no ground >Yarmouk continued; 105th brigade and Palestinian units able to liberate some buildings, RuAf continues heavy airstrikes >E Qalamoun; Last week one of the largest FSA brigades, Ahmad Al-‘Abdo, surrendered and pledge to join the SAA >Tartous; RF cargo ship arrives carrying equipment for the SAA, rumors allege it also contains the S-300 system >Iraeli minister, “if Assad allows an Iranian or any other element to declare war on Israel from Syrian territory, he will bear the consequences.” >Large Syrian cargo plane travels from Tehran to Abu Dhuhour Military Airport >Death toll from KSA airstrike on Yemeni wedding in Al-Raqa area of Hajjah rises to 88 >Afghanistan; ISIS claims responsibility for suicide bombing in Kabul at voter registration center that killed 57, injured 100+
>Yarmouk; SAA reports 4th mech and NDF capture Al-Jorah Orchards inside Al-Qadam district, giving them fire control over Al-Jorah >In Hajjar al-Aswad SAA claim they have broken IS front lines for first time in years >AMAQ claims; 37 SAA killed on southern front, 29 SAA killed and 2 tanks destroyed in al-Qadam, release execution vid of 2 SAA troops >Republican Guard and Palestinian units capture Al-Baradi and Al-Baradat streets around Da’boul axis >Israeli MoD states if Syria uses Russian defense missiles against Israeli military they will act >Hama; SAA resumes offensive near Homs, around ‘Ayn Hussein, Hamrat, Salim, claim to have fire control over Salim >Hama cont; Jaysh al-Tawhid stated they repelled 3 SAA attacks on Salim front, killing 17 SAA and capturing 5 along with a Shilka >Aleppo; HTS/JTS clashes ongoing, JTS caps Bisrtoun, Ajel, Al-Abizmu, Taqad, Balanta, Al-Habat, Abad al-Rahman, reopens road to Al-Atarib >DeZ; IS reportedly execute 3 of their own members charged of attempting to create division within ranks >Yemen; Houthis vow “crushing response” to KSA/US coalition in response to killing of top official
>>142937 >>Yemen; Houthis vow “crushing response” to KSA/US coalition in response to killing of top official Would love to see them try to fire a missile at American forces. It'll just get shot down, but it would be amusing to see the reaction.
>>143036 /r9k/ needs to be deleted. >>143034 >/mlpol/ is still unbanned in Iran. Is /mlpol/ religiously approved? >>143037 Too big and have too much money. Also politicians would have a shit fit if they couldn't access their profile.
i did watch several videos about elliot rodger after learning of his meme status, including a video from molyneux , readings from his manifesto and a video about his family.
I can say Rodger is not a person i would want to associate with IRL or even over the internet. He was a clinically insane mutt, genetically inferior soylet with an ego the size of jupiter, raised by hollywood scum and i disapprove of any form of glorification of him, even ironically. He even failed to do a proper spree killing unlike others. A failure in every aspect of his existence.