Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Syrian's Russian Made Military Helicopters Used to Slaughter Resistance Considered

Well, I can tell you that our think tank has been saying that Syria's civil unrest issue is now a civil war, and it has been since this time last year. The number of people that have lost their lives is now in the tens of thousands, and both sides are taking huge casualties, not just the civilians or the rebels. Syria is now using helicopter gunships to go after the resistance, and they've also used fighter planes to target certain buildings known to have housed the rebels, but probably also hundreds of civilians in the cross-fire, or without regard. The bloodshed is getting out of control.

Of course, all these issues were pretty much forewarned when Russia said it was bringing more military helicopters to Syria. The Syrian military already has a number of Russian-made helicopters, and these helicopter gunships are ominous, and they are pure unadulterated killing machines. That's what they're made for, and that's what they're good at. There is a very good book you can read on this topic, I've read it myself. The name of the book is; "Soviet Helicopters: Design, Development and Tactics," by John Everett-Heath.

In this book you will find all the performance data, armaments, and abilities of these Russian-made gunship helicopters, and you'll begin to see what I'm talking about. If this continues without the rebels having handheld or shoulder launched surface-to-air missiles then many of those rebels will be slaughtered. Of course, if the rebels are given armaments of this type, and the Assad regime falls, there is a chance that Al Qaeda will take over or gain a stronghold, and if so they will end up with the rebel's shoulder launched missiles which are unused at that point, along with Syrian's stockpile of chemical weapons. Not too funny I'd say.

Do you remember how the freedom fighters of Afghanistan had these types of shoulder launched missiles to shoot down the Russian helicopter gunships? Those were supplied by the US military, or so the rumor goes through the CIA. Al Qaeda knows how to use them, and Osama bin Laden was a member and at one time a leader of that group of freedom fighters. Are we going to see history repeat if we arm the rebels? What's really going on there?

We can't actually know by watching the news media, but you can bet military intelligence and our CIA are on top of it. The outcome for Syria's Civil War is just one click on the other side of extremely serious. As the history unfolds in the summer of 2012, we will soon find what this means for the rest of the region, and all of Syria's neighbors - and inevitably the world. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it.

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