Russia vs. America in Syria — Using Plausible Deniability Against a Systematically Lying Adversary

The latest from The Saker.

What – precisely – are the interests of the American people being defended by the American military in Syria?

15 responses to “Russia vs. America in Syria — Using Plausible Deniability Against a Systematically Lying Adversary

  1. Saker is the Dick Morris of strategic military analysis: always wrong, all the time. In fact, about 2 weeks before the last minute Russian intervention that saved Assad’s Shi’a regime, Saker predicted “Putin will not intervene”. The problem is that, as is his style, Putin intervened with minimal force and the mess has gone on and on, with Israel and it’s Murkan bitch gradually getting more and more involved on behalf of their Sunni terrorist proxies; US troops are now active in eastern Syria (attempting to herd ISIS westward toward Damascus) and Israel launches almost daily air strikes against Syrian government and other Shi’a units. About which Putin has done nothing but vent hot air. He should have sunk the 2 Zio-‘Murkan destroyers that missile’d Assad’s airbase when he had the chance: that might have made the Tel Aviv and DC Zionists sit up and reconsider. Now it’s too late. The Judeo-globalists have evidently concluded that the Russians can be squeezed out of Syria without excessive risk, and then Iran attacked as well. If they and our Aesop are correct, Putin will cut, run, and soon be overthrown…after which the Zionists will take down Russia as well. If not,

    get under your desk

    assume the fetal position

    and kiss your ass goodbye.

    • A-sap correct?

      Bahahahahahahaha!

      that drooling fool has never been right about anything.

      Ebullshit anyone?

      a homosexual male nurse. bahahahahahahaha!

      what a tool.

      BTW, A-sap should be concerned about his beloved state of Calibullitbutton and it’s plans to install 50k death/cell towers. fuck that dumb-ass, poor, bedpan engineer…

    • You haven’t been reading .saker much if all you got was one failed prediction. BTW if the US dirt people have no interest in Syria then likewise Rus dirt people have no interest other than current basic mission. Sinking 2 destroyers or shooting down a B1 would render the Ziocons orgasmic. Putin has been doing this a long time and I trust his judgement based on results. He still has about half the power structure inside Russia set against him 17 years on. Trump has an even less favorable ratio but both have the full backing of the dirt people.
      A giant war would destroy that and cover up the pedo/finance/pharma/media/education revelations that are becoming known to more than just us info-fanatics
      Ps. no ‘zionists’ or anyone else will be taking down Russia. Get real.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      ” About which Putin has done nothing but vent hot air. He should have sunk the 2 Zio-‘Murkan destroyers that missile’d Assad’s airbase when he had the chance: that might have made the Tel Aviv and DC Zionists sit up and reconsider.”

      It might also have drawn a retaliatory attack against the Rodina. That’s the one thing that will *probably* limit the scope of the stupidity of the major militaries – no one wants this mess to lead to strikes on the homeland.

    • @Haxo/ What do you know about strategic military analysis?/ Just asking.//
      S//

  2. “What – precisely – are the interests of the American people being defended by the American military in Syria?”
    Well, no one in the US government has a real answer to that.
    My best answer is: Zero, Nada, Zilch, Nothing.
    Rephrase the question:
    “What – precisely – are the interests of the American military/industrial complex being defended by the American military in Syria?”
    Answer: Money, big money

    • There really isn’t that much money for the MIC in Syria. It’s a mess and I don’t think anyone in the US is really gaining much from it, except that there is supposedly some kind of moral reason for us to be there… But no one knows what it is.

      In the end, 0bastard is to blame for our involvement in Syria, and I still haven’t figured out what Trump is doing leaving us there.

    • The answer is pretty frikkin simple. The answer is globalism. And heads of State who will bow to, and answer to, the globalist “divine council” that supersedes all national interests.

    • Northgunner

      Exactly!!
      Ask the two questions and see the pattern/picture for yourself…

      Cui Bono?
      Follow the money!!

      As Warburg said, “All wars are economic”.
      And fighting a war with Russia is just plain shit stupid suicidal, but John (Songbird H. Lecter) Mc’Hitler can’t ignore the cheap assed thrill running up his thigh and he’s got his butt buddies/fellow warmongering shitweasels M’connjob and grahmcracker to cheerlead for him…the retard is very strong in them!!

      May they all FOAD!!!

      Yours in Daily Armed Liberty via anarchy!
      Northgunner III

    • None. The interests of the Qataris seeking a gas pipeline to Europe, affecting Russian gas sales to Europe, is the root of the conflict.

  3. Re: “Rephrase the question: ‘What – precisely – are the interests of the American military/industrial complex being defended by the American military in Syria?’”

    Let’s do a quick poll: “All of those in favor of risking a nuclear holocaust so that George Soros can make another billion dollars, please raise your hands.”

  4. All Assad has to do is not lose, while the forces arrayed against him have to chalk up a conclusive win. Russia has shorter lines of communication there. A potential inflection point will be if Russians start taking regular casualties, or American allied forces start getting captured for propaganda purposes. At that point, all bets are off. My sense is it is a conflict going on inertia, with no good way to pull out of it.

  5. I have no military experience at all. But I do know it is insane to attack both sides in a civil war (that we helped start as part of arab spring). Especially if we look at our track record since we defeated japan in 45. Vietnam, loss. Korea, loss (hell, Clinton gave them the bomb). Iraq, loss. Libya, loss. Ect. I’m sure most Amerikans believe there is nothing in Syria that is worth war with Russia. A blow up in Syria would hurt Russia militarily, but it would damage our govt even more. If Assad falls, as the neocons want, Isis wins and mass murder will reign until NATO and Trump put boots on the ground. A Russian loss in Syria would be a far greater loss for Amerika.

  6. thesouthwasrght

    Syria fucked up royally developing their oil pipeline. That is really what all this is about.