Consequences of refusing to face reality
April 23, 2016 by Thomas Wictor
It may not seem like it to you, but pretty much everyone who needs to be smashed is being smashed. For a variety of reasons, really bad people were allowed to forget that actions have consequences. Well, it’s now clear that those who thought they could do whatever they want are paying dearly. Believe me.
Consequences of lying
Vladimir Putin is extremely dangerous because he’s childish and rigid. He believes his own propaganda.
The fact is that Putin lacks the armed forces to make good on his boasts. Russia has taken a tremendous beating in Syria. Multiple helicopter gunships have been shot down, and the fabled T-90 main battle tank (MBT) can’t defend itself against Israeli technology.
Most critically, Putin’s entire Syrian command was killed in one attack.
Dozens of Russian generals at a military base near the eastern Syrian city of Latakia were killed Sunday afternoon in a deadly car bomb attack committed by two opposition factions, Ahrar al-Sham and Bayan movement, Syrian opposition groups reported on Wednesday.
According to the media office of Ahrar al-Sham, the two factions, in coordination with local jihadists who were located at the Russian military base, decided to bomb the car after they observed a gathering of senior Russian generals at the military base.
The military base that was hit by the car bomb is considered one of the most important military centers of the Russian forces on the Syrian coast, located some 15 kilometers from Latakia.
It wasn’t rebels, and it wasn’t a car bomb. The Russians were at Khmeimim Air Base, which is closed to the Syrian military.
Those generals were almost certainly in an underground bunker. No photos or videos of the aftermath have been released, indicating total devastation. Khmeimim Air Base is surrounded by the most advanced Russian air defenses, so it was probably a commando attack.
But Putin still refuses to accept the consequences of his actions. As if nothing had happened, he continues promising one thing and doing another.
Consequences of bigotry
Below is the only known photo of an Arab League commando engaging in tunnel warfare.
The man above could demolish a small village all by himself. It’s quite thrilling that the Saudis are helping the Shia Iraqis. I’m also glad to see how well trained and equipped that commando is.
An Israeli recently told me that no Arab could ever learn to speak Russian fluently.
Well, if you study the damage being done to Russia in Syria, it’s clear that the Arab League has produced commandos who can pass for Russians. The man below is a Gulf Arab.
If he learned to speak unaccented Russian, he could go anywhere in Assad’s Syria without being challenged. I’m pretty sure that’s how Putin lost all his generals.
Too many people still think of Arabs in stereotypical ways, which means that the Saudi and their allies will defeat their enemies over and over and over again.
Bigotry is stupid. Below is Sergeant First Class Mohamed K. al-Seyad, United Arab Emirates Union Defense Force.
He was killed in action in Yemen. Sergeant First Class al-Seyad was a member of the UAE Special Forces and the UAE Presidential Guard. He’d earned UAE parachutist wings, a UAE marksmanship badge, US Army parachutist wings, and a US Army aerial assault badge. In addition, he had two more qualification badges that I can’t identify because of their angles.
You underestimate the Arab League at your own peril.
Consequences of stubbornness
Don’t believe anything you’re hearing about Syria. It’s a war, but all the people who need to lose are indeed losing. I’m sure that Mohammed bin Salman’s approach to the war is the correct one. Handing Russia a massive public defeat would make Putin even more reckless. This is why he’s been reduced to bombing civilians. It’s murderous pouting.
Also, Assad and Putin are attempting “the Algerian Strategy”: By killing everyone except al-Qaeda and the Islamic State, Putin and Assad think they’ll force the rest of the world to choose Putin and Assad, since the only other option would be bloodthirsty savages.
This won’t work. The Syrian Arab Army has ceased to exist, and the Russians can’t fight. Putin is daring the Israelis and Arab League to shoot down one of his bombers. What might happen is that Israel and the Arab League will destroy all of the Russian aircraft in Syria simultaneously.
On the other hand, it’s very likely that something entirely different will happen. Although I’ve studied military issues for forty-five years, the Arab League keeps surprising me. Here are Kurds fighting the Iranians and Russians in Qamislo.
But the Kurds have help from professionals. This round was fired with a man-portable 25mm cannon.
Multiple countries are trying to field such a weapon.
Then a high-speed nanodrone takes a peek.
This is followed by a fuel-air explosive (FAE) that takes care of the the problem.
That explosion lasted 0.04 seconds. MASSIVE shock wave. The explosive vapor produced overpressure that scrambled all the bad guys’ brains and ruptured their lungs.
Now we have the “legendary” Iranian 65th Airborne Special Forces Brigade becoming ridiculous corpses, also in Qamislo.
This guy’s a pro.
So is this man.
Next a colonel or brigadier general.
He’s in late middle age, but he can run like the wind, and he carries his rifle perfectly. Compare him to a Hamas idiot with his finger on the trigger.
Hamas is unable to make the connection between action and consequences.
Back to Qamislo.
Another pro. He doesn’t like being filmed.
Then comes something really bizarre. After the Iranian clown falls out of the building into the street, he’s hit with a white projectile.
It has a wire attached to it.
That’s why they stopped the video. They didn’t want you to see what happened next. My guess is that it’s a Super Taser for capturing the enemy in order to interrogate him. Or maybe it’s used to electrocute people!
I’ve never seen men break out of a building and into a hail of bullets. The Iranians have no training at all.
What in the world were they thinking? The mullahs are doomed.
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