Hassan Nasrallah: “Game Over” for Syria and Bashar al-Assad? (ENG SUB) 23578 Views May 14, 2015 Speeches, Statements and Interviews The Saker The Essential Saker IV: Messianic Narcissism's Agony by a Thousand Cuts Order Now The Essential Saker III: Chronicling The Tragedy, Farce And Collapse of the Empire in the Era of Mr MAGA Order Now Tagged Hassan NasrallahUS war on Syria
Hezbollah is all in. Period.
Behind that is Iran, their voentorg fully operational.
Behind that is Russia with high level Intel and probably on the ground expertise assistance for tactics and strategy.
And behind that is China.
So why has China started heavily to invest in Israel?
Israel’s trade turnover with China reached $11bn last year, about double the amount recorded in 2010.
Buying Chinese goods only benefits China ;)
Just an interesting observation. Over the last few days it has been reported that Porkyshenko vowed to retake Donetsk airport.
Well, during skull face Kerrys meeting with minister Lavrov in Sochi he publicly warned Porkyshenko to reconsider his statement about retaking the airport and advised against it and now, surprise surprise Porky has retracted his statement about retaking the airport.
If any more proof is needed of who actually calls the shots in Ukraine……..
no, after having a little chat with maccain, he decided to continue fighting!
I think the Assad’s regime must be in serious difficulty, otherwise we would not see such videos. For their sake I hope all those people do not get slaughtered by the crazed wahabis. Even if it’s a genocide, it will not be declared as such. That’s the way it is right now, it’s only genocide if the US exceptionalists declare that it is. I feel like we are living in Twilight Zone for years now.
This is part of a longer (almost an hour) speech
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah Speech on Regional Developments 05/05/2015
if you remember……
Iraq was going to be a ‘cakewalk’ too.
Syria is in serious difficulty, for four
years ‘people’ have been predicting
its fall anyday now.
it reminds me of…
“Iran will have the bomb in less than a year”
started in 1992….nuf sed
The use of the word ‘regime’ is the give away.
The pressure has increased recently and may increase more. Never underestimate the enemy.
The good guys don’t always win. Hopefully Syria will hold out.
We all live nowadays in Ziozone.
SPOILER – it is NOT game over for Syria and Bashar al-Assad, according to Hassan Nasrallah in this video, before whom I joined my palms together in gratitude for his truth.
That was a scary title – I recognize it’s the title from the published source, but it’s hard on the heart ;)
Nasrallah speaks of the information war, the waves of attack by rumor and innuendo, false assertion and hype. That’s all this is about, nothing to do with the realities on the ground.
I’m reminded of the Anonymous troll we had so prominently in at least a couple of threads here yesterday(?), saying that Russia would abandon Syria and withhold the S-300’s from Iran, with the implication that this would be the trade for the US to support the Minsk 2 agreement. All from Kerry’s visit to Lavrov of course.
It occurred to me then that if these were the trolling points of the day, it must be the opposite of what is more likely. As Nasrallah has pointed out here, they try to take by propaganda what they have failed to take on the ground.
A way to somehow divert this burden from Syria could be to activate the repressed mainly Shia population of Saudi Arabia so the crazy sponsors of this crime would get something else to think about.
agree, but it seems the good guys aren’t good at playing such devious games….
I have heard from someone who’s been on the ground in Saudi Arabia – have you? – that the Shia in Saudi Arabia are actually very pro-American because the Americans come into Saudi Arabia and employ the Saudi Shia in preference to the Saudi Sunni (who want to live off the Kingdom’s wealth in one way or another).
Given that – the Shia in Saudi are actually generally against doing anything that would run counter to American wishes – because they rely on the Americans for wages and employment.
Have you heard this?
That would be a very subjugated mentality. Americans can “give” them jobs because they control the oilfields in Saudi. Saddam and the Iranians use oil money for benefit of the people who live there.Oilfields in Saddam’s iraq or in Iran belong to the local company, not to western imperialist entities. Once the West is kicked out of the Middle East, the people can “give” themselves the jobs.
The “people” is a very amorphous term, perhaps you mean the elites of the people, who rarely have anything in common with the people save the overarching need to profit at their expense. Neither Sadamm nor the Mullahs of Iran care much for the people. Try to differentiate between competing factions of elites ( accomplished theives, murderers and their accomplices), and the so called people they supposedly represent. The fact that they are anti-America/ NWO, doesn’t make them pro-people. Just look at the gap between the rich and poor in all these countries and you’ll understand that the “people” never profit anywhere.
Wow someone who gets it. The problem is there is so few people that truly “get it” that nothing will probably change. I love this site for the insight into what happening around the world by different points of views. But one central theme seems to want to replace one oligarchy (the existing US/NWO one with another Russia/Chinese one, either way the common man gets the pointy end of the stick.
It would be a very subjugated mentality, but that doesn’t mean it’s not true.
Everywhere, people are often prone to be loyal to the person who stole their bread if he gives them a few crumbs.
Aramco is base din shia regions of the country so trying to hire people on the other side of the country might be a tad difficult. If the shias kick out these Americans, the who ends up owning the oil? The Shia people of course. Do you think they want to work or be the boss? The Sunni’s live on government handouts from the kickback they get from the oil sales. So they don’t need to work.
I talked to my friend and he was saying, he was in Kuwait yesterday and one of the locals, who worked in the airport, opened the door for him and told him, this way sir.. I was floored.. Although they are pretty respectful of whites, not to THAT perhaps except to scantly clad blondes, they were always rude and disrespectful to everyone else. I would not say they are inhospitable, only that the feeling they consider you inferior is apparent. Even if you are friends with them and hang out with them, that always come out. Just like Americans always say, go home for what ever reason as if they think it is their right and you not liking what ever they dish out is because you think its your home.. So the locals are beginning to realize, the british don’t rule the world and remember the oil was very important to the british.. And maybe now the Americans now dont rule the world and they see the writing on the wall.. I just don’t see how they can become polite and business like without it being apparent that, they cant survive without good business practices and treating customers with respect. In that regard they seem to be way ahead of many Asian countries.. I don’t mean they are rude, only that, they just don’t care.. If you bribe them you get excellent service, other wise it is like, hey take what you are getting or get out. As their jobs are pretty much guaranteed.. It is not based on customer service.. You can see that attitude change immediately after you bought something.. You are discarded right away like use once and dispose.. You never see that attitude in the US.
“Game Over” for Syria and Bashar al-Assad ?
It’s the same sort of psy-war hype that has become standard in zionazi propaganda. They use it in their war on Novorussia, as well and one can see how delusional their “manufactured reality” is there.
I forgot to mention that Nasrallah exposes this doom and gloom propaganda for what it is: simply psy-war.
It’s not just a zionazi characteristic, this is standard operating procedure of modern warfare. How many times have we been told Ukraine is finished as a state after every battle they lose. I remember you in particular trumpeting this meme endlessly, and I assume you do this for free, so it’s only natural to expect the professionals to do likewise. Goes to show the loudest proclamations rarely reflect the total picture of the reality on the ground. Then again, just like the junta after every loss, Nasrallah could be just putting the best face on a deteriorating situation, that after all, is his business.
Q; Nasrallah could be just putting the best face on a deteriorating situation, that after all, is his business.
If my grandma would have had 4 wheels and an engine, she would’ve been a car…
I like that kinda logic.
One of Nazrallah’s functions for his organization is PR/psyops. He’s always making these well edited and high quality production videos that advance effectively the cause he represents. I made an observation of reality as I see it. As I said earlier, this is an integral and essential part of modern warfare, it’s no insult to say he does his job well. Or would you rather pretend he speaks truth even when it undermines his position to do so.
Hello personal stalking troll. ;D
It’s not just a zionazi characteristic
But it really annoys you that I single out zionazis using this psy-war tactic. Had I wrote American or EU, you would not be singling out my comments for specious websayan spam.
Hi, I pointed out that every effective fighting organization today practices psywar, so no I’m not obsessed with which group does it (zionazis, Novorossiyans, fascists, multi-polarists, whomever). I only mentioned you because you’re a constant purveyor of this ” Ukraine is finished” meme after every battle. The Americans won every battle in Vietnam, and still lost the war, so ease up on the hype and take a clear eyed view per Nazrallah’s instructions.
You do have a point. Nasrallah is certainly putting a good face on things. At the same time, there are degrees. The impression I’ve gotten over the years is that Nasrallah is basically a fairly straight shooter, that he has built political success gradually on people being able to more or less rely on his words. What he says is likely to have some sort of correspondence with reality, give or take a bit of “gloss”.
This contrasts with many Western approaches and indeed the approaches of many Middle Eastern politicians. The Western approaches seem to ever-increasingly involve the use of what the intelligence services call “black propaganda”, which is to say outright lies.
Onan on May 15, 2015 · at 5:49 pm UTC
I only mentioned you because you’re a constant purveyor of this ” Ukraine is finished” meme after every battle.
Considering that is the exact opposite of the view I’ve consistently posted on this site, and also that I’ve been warned a few times to lighten up here when I went after those who did post that POV, that is a rather obvious smear attempt, websayan, and a pathetic one, at that. You “purveyed” that same lie in your original comment, which made it obvious your concern was that zionazis were being singled out. You lot pretty much all follow the same script.
I got admit that these two “Onan” and company are following the standard paid/ideologue troll tactic of one guy being assertive and openly deceptive (the obvious troll and opposition) and then a fake pseudo neutral guy (the covert troll and fake neutral party) that magically gets convinced (by his assert “colleague”) and agrees with him – thereby lending credence to a totally deceptive message.
So this time I think bot tak has correctly called a spade a spade.
I agree. But sensationalism also has other, less sinister causes. Sensationalism is the modus operandi of modern media, on all sides, and of modern marketing. Media use it to get people open the article. Never mind that the article has nothing to do with the headline. Unfortunately, this works because of attention deficit from which more and more people suffer – they simply cannot concentrate on anything for long enough – and media uses that to their advantage, hoping that most people will not go much beyond headlines.
Nazrallah: Interesting that the Turks are cooperating with the oil pipeline from Russia yet turning around and allying themselves with the Saudis to attack Syria. Do the Israelis really want a Wahabi caliphate on their borders so what are they doing bombing Syria? Jeez. What a mess of conflicting interests and changing allegiances. One aspect to watch is the formation of Kurdistan out of parts of Syria, Turkey, Iraq and ( maybe) Iran. There are forces there who have collaborated with the US to become a kind of client state Israel-i-estan. One might look at what the Albanians might be encourages to try in the swath of countries in which they live. Game plan upon game plan.
It is encouraging to hear Nazrallah say that the war is far from over and actually has looked worse than this before. He does not bluster when he says that Hezbollah is there for the long run. period.
Incredibly creepy – NATO summit ends with sing-a-long!
Seems as though Wahabis have been completely co-opted by the Zionists, so I think that Israel would be very comfortable with them as neighbours. Controlled opposition.
The west has been unable to openly go to war with Syria. If the Wahhabi cults take over (all listed terrorist organizations) then the “west” can go to war against the Wahhabis and occupy Syria.
Questions like this (which I catch myself asking a lot, too) highlight
the distinction between the state versus the national interest, and
how easy it is to forget the distinction.
Clearly, the Israeli national interest lies in making peace with the
Palestinians, and with its neighbors.
And, just as clearly, the State of Israel disagrees, and violently so,
with the Israeli national interest.
And so, bombs away!
Fascist state needs to keep the fear factory running on all cylinders
to stay in business.
If ISIS didn’t exist, the Zionazis would have to invent them…
“If ISIS didn’t exist, the Zionazis would have to invent them…”
They did invent them.
Say it ain’t so!
They did invent Islam and Christianity.
Now that’s a provocative statement of the funniest sort!! Fascinating how the various “Mystery Religions” were consolidated into the Abrahamic Trio of Death and Destruction.
Ben on May 15, 2015 · at 7:26 am UTC
They did invent Islam and Christianity.
Zionazis invented Islam and Christianity? That’s news to me…especially since zionazism wasn’t invented till the 19th century.
NATO foreign ministers singing “we are the world” :
They actually mean this. They think “they” are the world, period, and no other country is of any significance. This is what they mean when they refer to the “international community”, they mean themselves, such is their arrogance and hubris, to them other countries in other continents such as China, Russia, Iran, India, South America, Africa, etc. don’t count for anything. Vile scumbags the lot.
Is this a public service ad to discourage using drugs and booze?
Christians in Lebanon are joining Hezbollah:
This is another example of why I say we are in Twilight Zone:
All the “bad guys” are the ones that tolerate diversity with people of different faiths.
While the so called “good people” are the ones that keep stirring up trouble with false-flags, color revolutions, promote mass killings by supporting “moderates” that turn into ISIS or other Al-Qaeda variants, in their aim to conquer the “bad guys”.
It’s a world gone mad.
NATO foreign ministers singing “we are the world”
If they were honest, this is the version (language) they should have been singing.
I humbly suggest that Iran is not going to let Syria fall. Thus, Hezbollah is in the fight until the end.
Russia is not going to let Syria change hands. Putin will supply what Syria requires.
China does not want Iraq to fall and Syria to fall.
As long as Assad has the faith of his people, and enough of his military leaders stay alive, he will prevail.
Stakeholders in Syria are the same who face the Hegemon. So, this is a conflict zone where they can defeat the Hegemon. Not only that, Syria and Iraq are existentially crucial for Iran. They are strategically crucial for China’s diverse oil supply and trade. For Russia, it is Tartus, Syria the only port for its navy in the Mediterranean.
All that the adversaries represent are mercenaries and terrorists. They may project a stake through the Caliphate, but when the end comes, the Caliphate will be gone no matter the victor. The Hegemon will not live with a Caliphate, and when the Islamists lose to the Iran-Russia-China constellation, they will be gone. So, the Islamic State is doomed no matter the outcome.
Why will Iran-Russia-China outlast the Hegemon? They must. They have Muslim populations they don’t want sucked into the Caliphate nor influenced by the Caliphate. Ultimate strategy of survival dictates that they work now to destroy it where it was born. Syria-Iraq.
Here’s something else: when does Saudi Arabia go up in flames? It is inevitable that once the Wahhabi-ISIS Caliphate is destroyed, its owner and abettor will pay a price. The Kingdom signed its own death warrant. There is nothing but the Hegemon (which will weaken significantly) holding up the Kingdom.
Syria seems in a very tight spot. Holding only a small amount of territory and surrounded by enemies in a war of attrition.
MSM ramping up the propaganda – chemical weapons, war crimes ect.
US now publicly enlisting “vetting”, training, and arming new recruits.
How far will the US, Saudis or Turkey raise the stakes?
Q; How far will the US, Saudis or Turkey raise the stakes?
R: Till the chickens come home to roost, but everything’s going to plan and unca Sammy’s beginning to spot, something ain’t right :o)
….Here’s something else: when does Saudi Arabia go up in flames? It is inevitable that once the Wahhabi-ISIS Caliphate is destroyed, its owner and abettor will pay a price. The Kingdom signed its own death warrant. There is nothing but the Hegemon (which will weaken significantly) holding up the Kingdom.
Yes – this is a vip point.
They have asked to enrich Uranium just like Iran and the US has decided to offer GCC countires strong Non-NATO alliance status and ballistic missile defence:
They will all fall with the Hegemon. They have chosen their side.
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.
Dear Saker, what happened to Mindfriedo? I used to look forward to his MidEast posts. Does he have a blog perhaps?
Yes, I was also wondering where did he go?
http://journal-neo.org/2015/05/13/why-i-wept-at-the-russian-parade/ Wm Engdahl
I was crying too, but couldn’t have explained why. He has.
Ah, that’s a great essay. I mean great, as in, it has greatness to it. Thank you.
Did you see Orlov’s piece on the parade yet? It makes a good companion piece to Engdahl’s, carrying admiration for Russia and speaking of the demise of the US. In fact Orlov has some stunning speculation about the future of the US, the possible insurgency of its people against the oligarchs.
It’s republished at Russia Insider:
America’s Achilles’ Heel and Russia’s Warrior Spirit
NATO: We are the world.
How appropriate to their outsized egos and ambitions that the foreign ministers of NATO countries joined arms and hands to sing an impromptu rendition of the 1980s aid to Africa fundraiser song “We Are The World” yesterday at a military alliance meeting in Turkey.
“We are the war, we kill children…”
Here’s why all the schemers had that meeting a few days ago.
Russia-uke is on the backburner while they “deal with” another contrived brushfire out east, way east.
Recall very suspiciously Kim got uninvited with no notice to Russia’s May9 big day.
then his defense minister supposedly gets executed, & supposedly also this broker-than-broke tird world state launches an ICBM! (Probably ACME, too!).
Now we got these words from China, unusually sharp for a diplomat of sorts.
So, look east for something big to explode in the news. nothing to go on here in this backwater.
Fu argued that by emphasizing the suffering caused by the bombings, Japan’s government was “trying to portray Japan as a victim of the Second World War, rather than a victimizer.” He emphasized Japan’s own wartime atrocities in China, Korea, and Southeast Asia, which he accused Tokyo of denying or downplaying. “We don’t want any mention of Hiroshima [or] Nagasaki because there are reasons why those two [cities] were bombed,” Fu said. Referencing the two cities in the NPT document would be tantamount to “trying to impose a partial interpretation of the Second World War on the conference,” Fu said.
Chinese Diplomat: Hiroshima and Nagasaki Were Bombed for a Reason
The battle over World War II history flares up during the ongoing NPT Review Conference
I agree Nagasaki & Hiroshima were nuked for a reason– and the reason was to intimidate the Russians w the newest US weapon. The Japanese had already entered negotiations to surrender. I understand that the only thing that had yet to be agreed upon was that the Japanese wanted to keep their Emperor & this had not yet been accepted by the allies.
The gangsters who run the US don’t seem to need a compelling reason to go to nukes: The residue of “depleted” uranium weapons in Fallujah continues to produce horrible birth defects & illnesses.
I would be very much interested in learning the official position of Hassan Nasrallah on the following issue:
Thank you in advance!
I wonder if you are being serious when you ask this. But here is an experiment – rub shit on your hand, then wipe it off with toilet paper and then sniff your hand to see if it is clean. Then try the same thing using water to clean your hand and do the sniff test. Personally I let the world wipe its ass the way it wishes, but water does do a better job…the bidets in France attest to that.
Given the sort who read the daily mail (or the equivalent pindo fox news crowd), the word, bidet, let alone abject fear bidets inspire among the zionazi/nazi disciples, is a real threat. I mean, imagine what if personal hygiene became normal with those critters?
Pat Buchanan’s latest
also, the US is making a formal military ally of Saudi Arabia:
“The most dramatic part of this deal is that the White House is likely to add all the GCC nations to the official list of “major non-NATO allies.” (MNNA)”
Oops, this should have been a reply to the websayan comment Ali Hudeib on May 14, 2015 · at 11:48 pm UTC
I did it again? :(
What’s up with the comment reply function?
Oops, this should have been a reply to the websayan comment Ali Hudeib on May 14, 2015 · at 11:48 pm UTC
Now the comments show in the right places… :D
In Shia Islam, we do Taqlid of a Mustahid. I do the Taqlid of Ayatollah Syed Ali al-Sistani. So only the Fatwas of Ayatollah Syed Ali al-Sistani are binding on me and on all his followers. No other Mustahid, Fatwas are binding on me.
Syed Hassan Nasrallah is NOT a Mustahid, therefore he can’t issue any Fatwas. I believe he does the Taqlid of Ayatollah Syed Ali al-Khamenei. I might be wrong! So the Fatwas of Ayatollah Syed Ali al-Khamenei are only binding on Syed Hassan Nasrallah.
In Sunni Islam any Tom, Dick and Harry can issue a Fatwa and it is binding on all Sunnis. You must be a Sunni.
Or, are you trying to say diplomatically the Syed Hassan Nasrallah is full of shit by quoting a fatwa on toilet paper?
It’s a conspiracy by godless Western capitalist toilet paper manufacturers to increase profits.
In a difficult situation, paper is obviously preferable to three stones, but obviously water is best. Fatwa or no fatwa, in at-least-halfway-civilized countries there is always a source of water available, even if just a bucket-and-cup next to the shitter. Obviously the English-speaking countries have some catching up to do.
From the inception of Islam, water is used. However, due to scarcity of water, initially the stones were used to wipe off the excess and then the water to finish the job. The Wahhabis and some of their Sunni brethren still use the same system even there is abundance of water available. The using of stones create another problem for modern plumbing, so a empty bucket is kept next to the full bucket of stones for disposal. This again creates a massive hygiene and smell problem.
If one has to use stones, before using the water, the toilet paper is a good solution as it is made from paper (natural materiel), and it is made for the modern plumbing.
We have cars for travel, but to Wahhabis they would still prefer the donkeys, camels and horses for travel.
Speaking of Wahhabis … The Dönmeh: The Middle East’s Most Whispered Secret (Part II)
The U.S. officials have let it be known through the media that the secretary proposes to to take a “tough approach” in his talks in Beijing regarding China’s recent land reclamation work in the contested waters in the South China Sea. Alongside, Pentagon is threatening to depute military aircraft and ships to challenge the Chinese military’s activities in that region.
This is coercive diplomacy at its best – openly challenging China’s growing international profile and its assertiveness in the Asia-Pacific and compelling it to react. And, call it by any other name you like, it is nothing but a replay, quintessentially, of the U.S. and NATO’s aggressive deployment on Russia’s borders in the recent months.
The diplomatic ploy will be to constructively engage Russia while stepping up pressure on China. In the process, the U.S. will also be testing the resilience of the Sino-Russian entente. http://atimes.com/2015/05/us-puts-russia-china-entente-to-litmus-test/
I’m a little sick of hearing about US security interests– in the South China Sea.
Oil and Shipping. In many places where China has invested money in oil, the Wahhabi cults are active to some extent.
Sudan is another although no Wahhabi cults there that I know of.
With the South China Sea, Japan is the northern anchor, Australia is the southern anchor for the US pivot.
Malaysia after losing two planes, and charging “foreign” NGOs with subversion, is now joining the Arab coalition of the killing in Yemen.
I guess we now have to wait as the players choose their sides in the pivot on China.
china is in ugly side here. claiming almost the whole of south china sea.
South China sea is a disputed area. All border disputes around China have been resolved amicably.
On the south china sea US is ramping things up.
Some history here. Wiki – A basis for further research.
ram on May 15, 2015 · at 4:44 am UTC
china is in ugly side here. claiming almost the whole of south china sea.
“An da chinks, dey gonna streel aar wymin, two…”
South China Sea issues were being worked out within ASEAN and with bi-lateral discussions.
Ergo, the US has revved up Philippines and Japan and Taiwan to ignore the diplomatic route. Australia is merely a cheap whore ready to put out for the US at any time, even to their own detriment.
Will the US Navy steam inside the 12 mile limit? Will they fly over China’s territory without permission?
China has a nasty streak that at times appears. Military is threatened by inaction if the US comes too close. They will react. They cannot lose face.
It will be an incident. Chest-pounding all around.
It is not about the economic zone. It is about who has the biggest set of manhood.
Any ship challenging is in serious danger. Planes will definitely see the color of defending Chinese pilot’s eyes. They practice getting very close just for this sort of violation of their air space.
Things are different from ever before. China will not back down.
Quik note after 2+ hours reading, listening to utube clips, trying to sort out the rabid rapturists say is coming, etc. but one solid new piece on that multi-state jade helm 2015 “exercise” starting mid-july running to sept 15.
DAHBOO77 Channel Update 5/14/15
That piece is that it fits into something far bigger, called ARSOF Operating Concept 2022.
The goings on at the closed wallyworld stores in the affected upcoming jade helm states just get weirder & weirderer.
listened to jim fetzer earlier tonight rense.com 14th.
Also, turns out that the last-of-the-line judas goat, the 266th, is scheduled to visit usa on sept 23, & on the 24th, julian day 266, address 1st time ever the joint houses !
To do what?……well, many saying he’ll pompously announce a NWO officially, just as GHWB in 1991 gave the lead-in speech to it.
(note this is after jade helm supposedly ends.)
266 happens to be 2 X 19 X 7. There’s the 7.
19 is the very key metonic number 19, rules the moon.
And they’re all moon worshippers, since they’re all buddies at the top.
Thank you so much dear Saker, for educating me and all of us on this wonderful great soul…
Saker, someone else may’ve posted this link about Catholics and other Lebanese Christians joining forces with Hezbollah to fight the Empire’s spawn ISIS and Al-Nusra Front.
Thanks, Kulak. That was awesome! I especially enjoyed the Hezbollah video at the end of the report. Ted Cruz and John Hagee are Ziolators. I’m now tracking down the French video they referenced, La Mystère Hezbollah, on YouTube. My French is only passable, but you’d never see anything like that in English.
Julia Boutros song of tribute to Hezbollah in full, in the presence of Michel Suleiman ( one of the few who did not clap on the 1st row at the end), President of the Lebanese Republic:
My dears (X4)
I heard your message full of glory and faith
you, like you have said, are the men of Allah in the battleground.
You are a real promise and you are our coming victory
You are from the mountains the sun and do not forgive the pushy.
ooooh my dears.
Thanks to you the prisoners of war become free and with you the land will get its freedom,
thanks to your fists and your passion, our home and honor will be preserved. ( Chorus- bis )
You are the builders of civilization,
and the awakening of our ideals, ( bis )
and you are immortal like are immortals the cedars in the high mountains.
are the glory of our nation,
you are their guide.
You are the crown on our heads,
and you are our masters. ( Chorus-bis ).
I kiss the nobility of your feet which honor the honor itself.
Feet which have deep roots in our noble land
and will not tremble nor yield.
Thanks to you we will change the world and the fate will tilte his head,
thanks to you we are going to build a better future,
thanks to you we will walk to victory. ( Chorus – Bis – 3 times )
With you we will walk to victory,
with you we will walk….
(Final apotheosis with a resigned Suleiman´s face of circumstances)
Something very weird is happening to my computer screen now every time I try to access the Russia Insider website. I type Russia Insider into google and it brings up the link to the website which I then click on and it brings up the Russia Insider website briefly for a couple of seconds and then my computer screen just goes white after that. So effectively I can no longer access Russia Insider from my PC.
Has anybody else experienced this problem ? The same thing happens when I try to access the website through the Fortruss website.
Yes, the same thing is happening to me. Effectively, Russia-insider is blocked on my computer.
Don’t know how to remove that deliberate viral insert.
@ know the truth.
I have just checked this and can confirm the same problem from the UK exactly as you describe it.
A possible way round this is to download and install Tor Browser from here:
it will often show your IP addy as being from a different country entirely, somewhere where those pesky vested interests have not yet exerted there ‘full spectrum dominance’ over the internet lol, making it awkward to carry out various tasks like finding the truth….
I recommend you install the above and put
into the search bar, follow the links and see what happens. Close the browser and reopen and repeat it until you find a country that lets you through.
Also, open another tab and enter
This will tell you where you ‘appear’ to be coming from. Make a note of which countries allow you to carry out your business unhindered as this will save you falling into ‘trap pages’ etc which require ‘just one more step’ as in personal information such as email details before you can continue.
In doing the above Luxembourg seemed ok, taking me straight to and keeping the page.
Good luck and I hope this helps.
Thanks a lot for the info Susie. When it started happening I didn’t think it was “accidental”, it had all the hallmarks of enemy action to me.
To access Russian Insider there’s no need to use the tor browser (though that might be advisable for other reasons). What y’all really should be using is a VPN (virtual private network). Once connected to your VPN, and to a server in a country of your choice, all your internet traffic is encrypted, and your visible IP address points to that country, not to you.
There are many VPNs, some free, some not. Fairly easy to use. For more info see Is your VPN Legit?.
If you still can’t access RI using your VPN and a server in some country, then select a different country.
1. Get rid of browsers without URL input field.
2. There are bookmarks. Yes, bookmarks! No need to search twice.
3. Use a script blocker such as NoScript to get rid of most interferences.
4. Use an ad-blocker.
This makes it much harder for script kiddies and malware ads to trash your IT.
The site was attacked but is now back online as of 8am PST.
Heads up everyone. It would appear the hegemon and its EU vassals are now making a concerted effort to silence informative websites such as Russia Insider.
If any of you are having trouble accessing the website just follow Susies instructions in the reply she gave to me above. If anyone is still in doubt who the bad guys are just ask yourself why they would try to curtail peoples access to alternative information. This is just another variant of Hitlers Nazis burning books that dont follow the “official” narrative, censorship plain and simple. Is this a sign of a healthy “democracy” ?. I dont think so. Look after yourselves people, satan and his minions are running riot through the world.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) insists the UK fleet will have the “warfighting capability required” by 2018 – six years late. However, former armed forces minister Sir Nick Harvey said there was “not a cat in hell’s chance” the F-35 would be combat-ready by 2018. “I don’t recall … having heard anyone suggesting that these things could be used in combat before 2020,” he said. Asked if the fighter had become a white elephant, he replied: “You could argue it was already one of the biggest white elephants in history a long time ago.”
Air Chief Marshal Sir Michael Graydon CBE, who was Chief of the Air Staff when the F-35 was first discussed in the 1990s, branded the small number ordered by Britain as “a joke” and accused MoD officials of being “in denial” over the ability of Britain to run a “serious air force”.
Sadly, Assad’s Syria may have been sacrificed in Putin’s global strategy. There must be some price for taking aboard all of Iran, Turkey, Cyprus and Greece, because it’s literally herding of cats. Empire can’t win nothing important in Syria now (on opposite to situation 1-2 years ago when isolated Russia desperately needed some Mediterranean ports). Iran is much more involved in Iraq and Yemen, and need Russian S-300, so support of Assad is in fact wasting of resources for Iranians and self troublemaking (it would be much better for them to defeat Saudi puppets in Yemen than in Syria).
The US House of Representatives has unanimously approved a bill to impose new sanctions against the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah.
The House passed the measure by 423-0 on Thursday, shortly after the legislature voted overwhelmingly to approve a bill allowing Congress to review, and possibly reject, an international nuclear agreement with Iran.
The House passed similar Hezbollah sanctions legislation last year, but the Senate did not approve it.
Paris has reportedly submitted a proposal to Moscow officials on ways to cancel a contract for the delivery of two Mistral-class warships to Russia.
According to the proposal, Paris will reimburse USD 865 million to Russia, but will be allowed to sell the vessels to any third party, Russian newspaper Kommersant reported on Friday, citing military and technical sources close to the Russian government.
The Kremlin has disapproved of the proposal, saying that France’s proposed reimbursement is USD 113 million (100 million euros) less than Russia’s earlier payment, the report said.
This war i’ve been following since day 1.
I’ve lost count of how many times psy-ops of this type have been played… since at least the summer of 2012.. Boo hoo, the Assad regime is on its last legs, oh, it is falling apart, Assad and family have run away and are now living off the coast of Latakia on a russian warship, blablahbla.
Every time the wahhabi militants make a few gains here and there – they have been mostly getting their a#ses kicked the past couple of years – the Gulf and Western presstitutes, main source of info is the infamous disinfo op SOHR(what a pompous name for a one man operation run out of Coventry, England), pick up the ‘stories’ and completely blow them out of proportion.
It’s the usual garbage in, garbage out. What is ‘curious’ is that even supposed alternative outlets, such as antiwar.com, constantly base their idiocies on the lies from SOHR. I’d like to know more about antiwar donors….
Anyway, no, the Syrian government is far from ‘falling apart’.
Even in Idlib province, fighting is ongoing and a win there for the wahhabi nutcases is still very much in doubt.
BTW, AlJazeera, owned by sectarian Catar – which has been largely funding islamic mercenaries in Syria from the start – has an interesting take on the matter.. the tv host goes full mad and proposes the genocide of Alawites.
Watch and vomit:
Arabic is a very poetic language! What Hassan Nasrallah is saying that the, “Game Over” for Syria and Bashar al-Assad”,
Meaning both Syria and Bashar al-Assad have won the war and the game is over!
Connect his speech to Kerry;s visit to Russia and Putin. And, then Kerry’s comments along with Sergei on Syria.
Game over folks, and it is now time to celebrate!
By the way, thanks for the new mid-east posts, Saker. I’ve long predicted that once the Ukrainian front cooled down, the Empire would shift its attention back to Syria. The main question now, I guess, is what will Iran do?
game over for u.s., israel, s arabia, turkey
damascus will not fall
hezbullah will never fail
Has Putin sold Syria donw the road?
What about this:
ZeroHedge: Situation in Syria
israel should invade lebanon while the lebanese hizbollah are busy in the north and just bomb the ever loving shit of hizbollah positions. then let isis finish lebanon off. the iranians are going to go for the bomb anyways and threaten israeli with the bomb. one day, every nation in the middle east will nuke every other nation. until then, they should all just go hyper aggressive.
all the political bullshit is just stupid.
if russia china and the u.s. could come to an agreement over how oil will be supplied to the fat child of europe—all this could be settled in an afternoon.
Cant see it because of interminable buffering. Maybe comments will reveal what was said. thanks
Go watch it directly on youtube. If it’s still bad, turn down the sound, wait until it is about 3/4 finished, then move the slider arrow back to the start — it will show what it has already buffered. Don’t restart it, just move the slider. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yw2oQdM53g4