par far wrote:SeigSoloyvov wrote:calm wrote:PapaDragon wrote:
- calm wrote:
https://twitter.com/Syria_Hezb_IranUS airstrikes were supposed to draw "red lines" & "deter" the ResistanceAxis
Neither US airstrikes nor US ground forces can deter the Fedayeen of the ResistanceAxis
(Even if Russia abandons ResistanceAxis decisions)
ResistanceAxis will triumph & the banner of #Syria will be raised over every inch of Syrian land
Victory or Martyrdom
This battle is everything or nothing
Exclusive: the SAA will proceed advancing towards AlTanaf but from another flank, the troops will be escorted by SyAAF in a 24/7 shift. https://twitter.com/WaelHussaini/status/865316273303040001
I am getting kinda lost in timeline, acronyms and factions of this ''southern comfort'' here. Can you give me a crash course?
Russia used to be part of #resistanceAxis, but no more.
That's all you need to know.
So you expect them to bomb us proxies which they could hit US forces and cause a defacto war.
I don't think you understand in the slightest what is happening at Tan, You do not understand the risk.
Simply put the risk is too great for Russia but it is too great for us also.
We bombed proxies not the SAA.
I can never understand the madness that is proposed here at times which displays a clear lack of understanding of the situation at the ground, by all means comes to syria and you will see how shattered your logic is.
What happens if Russia bombs US proxies at Al Tan.
If it was just proxies? nothing we would bitch and moan.
However Tan is of high important, Here is the playbook. Spec ops, will be close to the fighting however they will not take part.
This is to keep Russian jets away.
Now we bombed the proxies to see what we could get away with.
Long has we have service men close enough tot he FSA. Russia cannot and will not bomb anything.
It is the same for us why do you think we targetted the proxies? Russians have advisors mixed in with the SAA.
We could not risk killing one.
Basically it is proxy verse proxy for this conflict with the US and Russia keeping their airforces away from the main forces