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Adjustable weapons allow unprecedented precision targeting

Finally, we have irrefutable proof that the Arab League is using adjustable weapons. The men who fire these missiles set them to either stun humans, disable weapon systems, or atomize the target. So far the cameras have captured only one missile switched to the “Atomize” setting. A Turkish M60 Patton tank was on the receiving…

 

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Help! Please donate one dollar to cover costs of posting

Please help! I’ve had to buy servers every day for the past week, due to the astronomical traffic. You may have noticed that my site has no ads. I hate ads. Therefore I’m asking for everyone who reads the blog to please donate one dollar, one time. This will allow me to continue posting indefinitely….

 

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Operation to drive Turkish forces from Syria has begun

On August 24, 2016, a Turkish expeditionary force entered Jarablus, Syria. Today, the Arab League began a military operation to persuade Turkey to withdraw. In short, Arab League and allied strategic special operators are blowing the hell out of the Turks. Operation Euphrates Shield Turkish armored vehicles, special forces, and aircraft assaulted Jarablus. Also, about…

 

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Islamist video proves that “Syrian rebels” do not exist

The Islamist Fastaqim Kama Umirt has released a video. There is no chance that Syrian rebels are using the weapons shown. Such incredibly advanced ordnance requires extensive training. Only Arab League strategic special operators could have carried out the mission you’ll see. In addition, Fastaqim Kama Umirt is an ally of the Muslim Brotherhood. Therefore…

 

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National suicide: How to do it in the new Middle East

Kurds are saying in plain language that Turkey is committing national suicide. Despite what you might think, the meaning of these words is clear. Unlike the Turks, the Kurds have unbelievably powerful friends. And these friends have said the same things. “Good neighborliness and non-interference in the affairs of others.” The Turks have done the…

 

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Shoddy theater won’t change the outcome in Syria

The Turks did not drive the Islamic State from the Syrian city of Jarablus. “Operation Euphrates Shield” was a shoddy performance. It had enormous continuity errors. Continuity error? In the film Jurassic Park, for example. The Tyrannosaurus rex first appears on the other side of the low wall. Therefore the dinosaur must be standing on…

 

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Jibber-jabber had its day. Action is the new normal

It’s axiomatic that those who talk the most are also those who care the least about their fellow humans. We reached peak jibber-jabber during the presidency of Barack Obama, who does nothing but talk. And golf. Now, fearless men and women are taking action. The courage of these people stuns me daily. They operate under…

 

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Soldier in Syria sends a message to the entire Middle East

The fighting in the Syrian city of Hasakah is not Kurds versus Arabs. It’s people rising up against a savage dictatorship. A soldier in a video finally reveals who is helping Syrians, regardless of their religion, race, ethnicity, or politics. I long suspected what I’m about to show you. However, I thought it would remain…

 

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Gunship from the future is being used in Syria today

The Germans invented the gunship in World War I. This armored aircraft had machine guns mounted to fire downward at a 45-degree angle. Gunships flew along trenches at treetop level, all six machine guns pouring fire on the men below. During the Vietnam War, the Americans created the AC-47. The circular orbit or pylon turn…

 

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No-kill weapons encourage the enemy to leave the battlefield

It’s absolutely clear that the Arab League has a large variety of no-kill weapons. These are munitions that destroy military objects without taking human life. Not killing the average fighter—as well as not killing civilians—shows us the Arab League’s goal for the region. Not only did the Arab League invent a new form of warfare,…

 

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