Peace through massively superior firepower
March 14, 2016 by Thomas Wictor
We will soon see peace in the Middle East. The Arab League and Israel are cleaning house once and for all. This post is full of videos that will explain a huge development.
Vladimir Putin today unexpectedly ordered his military forces to start to withdraw from Syria.
The Russian President said the Russian military intervention had largely achieved its objectives in the war torn country.
Putin, at a meeting in the Kremlin with his defence and foreign ministers, said the pullout should start from tomorrow.
The Russian surrender wasn’t unexpected to me. Putin had lost his mind. He was bombing hospitals and aid routes in order to “weaponize” Syrian refugees for the purpose of destabilizing Turkey and Europe. The US has labeled Russia an existential threat; action always follows such announcements.
Therefore I wasn’t surprised when the Arab League began explaining the facts of life to Russia.
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.
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.
Sure. The terminally incompetent Ahrar al-Sham got a car bomb onto the most secure base in Syria.
No. In reality the Arab League killed Putin’s entire Syrian command structure. The Russians underestimated the skill of Arab and allied strategic special forces. There’s an old adage that if you practice something for 10,000 hours, you’ll become a master at it. There are 8760 hours in a year; most people are awake for 5256 of those hours. You could thus theoretically become a master special operator in less than two years.
The Arab League and its allies have been training for this war since 2009. Seven years.
Blessed are the peace makers
Today there’s a lot of news. We’ll start with one reason why Putin surrendered.
The idiots in the truck had nothing to do with the destruction of that MiG-21. It was hit by a surface-to-air missile (SAM). A tiny, hypersonic SAM. Here’s the MiG right before it’s hit.
I used photo-enhancement software in every possible way, but there’s absolutely no trace of a missile. It was too small and too fast to register on camera.
It was a heat-seeking missile that hit the exhaust nozzle. The aircraft was able to continue flying for less than a second.
Then one of the horizontal stabilizers broke off.
The aircraft went out of control, tumbling end over end in the sky.
It disintegrated, so the pilot instantly began resting in peace. Nobody shot him as he floated down by parachute. Also, he was bombing civilians, so he deserved what he got.
The peace of the grave
Al-Qaeda’s Syrian franchise is the al-Nusra Front. Behold an al-Nusra armored vehicle being removed from existence by an electromagnetic pulse fuel air explosive (EMPFAE), a new weapon invented by Israel.
Fuel-air explosives—also called thermobaric munitions—create a cloud of vapor that mixes with atmospheric air and explodes, producing a massive shock wave. The Israelis have merged an FAE warhead with a warhead that produces nonnuclear electromagnetic pulses (EMPs). These EMPFAE munitions destroy absolutely everything. The shock wave crushes the target, and the EMPs prevent anything electronic from working correctly.
You can see it happen in the video. First, a normal shot of a terrorist running toward the armored vehicle.
As the EMP hits, the image begins to go red at the bottom.
Then the camera’s electronics are scrambled, resulting in a Picasso effect.
The cloud of vapor explodes, its force directed downward.
As the armored vehicle is broken apart and rammed into the earth, a horizontal cloud of smoke rolls toward us. This is the signature of the EMPFAE munition.
More EMP-Picasso imagery as the camera goes haywire again.
Then the hapless terrorist and cameraman are hit by the shock wave and a tsunami of dirt.
They too rest in peace. In pieces. Too bad. The Arab League warned everybody to knock it off. They didn’t, so strategic special operators went into Syria from all directions.
Peace and quiet
Not much news has been coming out of Syria. That’s because the Arab League fights clandestinely.
The armed groups making up the Syrian Democratic Forces are now at the gates of the IS headquarters in Raqqa. The city where the terror group has been holed up for the past two years is next on the list to be freed from its extremist stranglehold.
We saw how the forces encircled 2,400 kilometres of IS territory with – as they described it – the ‘pinch point’ being the city of Al Shaddadi.
The troops advanced from Al Shaddadi along the southern face of the Adbul Aziz mountains to link up with a second group from the SDF, attacking from Saluk near the Turkish border. The move cut off a huge chunk of IS land – nearly 4,000 square miles.
The troops swept through communities and remote villages mostly without resistance, arresting IS suspects and questioning the menfolk. The IS militants were either taken by surprise or fled.
Here’s the area we’re talking about.
Raqqa is the Islamic State capital. What happened is that the Syrian Kurds and the Turks deliberately distracted the entire world with a fake conflict, allowing two large ground forces of special operators and militia to assault Raqqa without anybody noticing.
My prediction: The Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) is going to begin losing its leaders, the way the Russians did in Syria. The PKK is setting off bombs in Turkey. It’s clear that the Turks are cooperating with the Arab League in freeing Syria and creating an independent Kurdistan; since September of 2014, Arab special forces have entered Syria from Turkey to fight on behalf of Kurds.
Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman puts people into three categories: bystanders, allies, or obstructionists. If you’re an obstructionist, you die. Plenty of Islamist rebel commanders in Syria have been mysteriously killed. All were hardliners who refused to compromise.
My unsolicited advice to the PKK is that they become bystanders or allies. They have no idea what they’re up against. The Turks have a new military base in Qatar. I have no doubt that Israel and Saudi Arabia are training and equipping Turkish troops as C6ISR forces. It has to be done. The PKK doesn’t appreciate the astonishing concession that Turkey has made in accepting an independent Kurdistan.
Some people are simply unreachable. They want what they want, NOW!
That’s a good way to get yourself killed.
Peace and secrecy
Today this video was posted.
Those are alleged to be Saudi forces in Syria. I can tell you only one thing: That helicopter doesn’t exist.
It’s a heavily modified American Bell OH-58 Kiowa. I have no idea what this protrusion is.
My brother Tim is an aviation expert. He says it’s almost certainly an ammunition drum. That makes sense. Saudi military doctrine calls for almost incomprehensibly heavy firepower. This is how the Border Guard reacts to illegal entry during peacetime.
And here in the US we wring our hands over the thought of putting up a wall on our border. We’re idiots.
But we can unlearn our idiocy. On March 4, 2016, the US Army fired rockets from Jordan in support of unidentified troops who took al-Tanf back from the Islamic State.
That was the first time that American troops based in Jordan had engaged the Islamic State. Turkey is also using long-range precision fire against the Islamic State.
Turkish artillery fired on Daesh positions in Syria on Saturday, a security source said.
Units based in Kilis province fired at targets around Azaz, a town around five kilometers (three miles) to the south of the border, the source said on condition of anonymity due to restrictions on speaking to the media.
It’s the weirdest thing: Turkey has been openly aiding the Syrian Kurds since September of 2014, but nobody seems to know that.
The same geniuses who make wild accusations against Turkey also said that this guy was the only one in Syria who knew what he was doing.
Well, he had his butt handed to him. By ARABS.
Time for everybody to grow up. The best warriors on the planet are Israelis, Arabs, Africans, Asians, and Central Asians.
Deal with it.
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