Erdoganstan used to be a central country in a very strategic location between Asia and Europe, overseeing both the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, with a full control of the Bosphorus and Dardanelles passages between the two seas. Erdoganstan is more [Continue reading…]
FSA or Free Syrian Army is an umbrella name for all sorts of armed groups fighting for the US and its allies to topple the Syrian state and replace it with a western-friendly group of smaller states segregated into ethnic and sectarian basis. [Continue reading…]
People of countries in the GCC the Gulf Cooperation Council (Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Oman) as they all share the Persian (Arabian) Gulf.
The Humanitarian Bastards are hypocrite criers for their own victims. The Humanitarian Bastards condemn their victims and accuse them of killing their own people. Syria had its share of the ‘Humanitarian Bastards‘ filling the stages at UNSC and all other [Continue reading…]
ISIS are the initials of Islamist State in Iraq and Sham (Levant) and is in short, a ‘mini-Israel’ due to the extreme very obvious similarities between the two organizations. ‘ISIS’ is used to be the name of the terrorists organization created and nourished under the [Continue reading…]
The term ‘Moderate Rebels‘ applies to whoever wants to fight the Syrian Arab Army and cause destruction to the Syrian state and kill as many as possible of the Syrian people without getting exposed by media. ‘Moderate Rebels’ are based on [Continue reading…]
Noun, never capitalized, generally arriving in groups, orangettes wear signature bright orange uniforms, to enhance the drama of Hollywood – type FX Productions. orangettes are used as cover stories for war crimes against Syria. orangettes are generally mercenaries from the [Continue reading…]
Putinkjieh are a group of people who see in the president of Russia Vladimir Putin a deity and their savior from the increasingly powerful empire in the West. They would dangerously stop at no limit attacking anyone who dares raise a question [Continue reading…]