WATCH: Aleppo – Earthquake

This documentary covers the destruction and chaos of besieged and occupied Aleppo, from the time conflict first came to the city in 2012, all the way through to final liberation in 2016. Showing the full picture of the violence, destroyed lives and carnage visited upon one of the oldest seats of civilisation in the world.

English translation by ANNA News.


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vexarb
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Daraa Earthquake update by SyrPer analyst Canthama and confirmed by other truther sites, 1 hr ago: Canthama All hell broke loose on Busra al Harir,Tiger Forces are attempting to liberate it tonight, and it has a very good chance to do it. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=32.809785&lon=36.383286&z=12&m=b As mentioned in recent posts, Busra al Harir is very important since it stays only 7 kms north of the vital town of Hirak, the latter connects roads to several other villages that dominates the eastern flank of Daraa city. Without Hirak, the terrorists will be pushed to a narrow 25 kms corridor between the SAA and… Read more »

King Kong
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King Kong

Great and thought provoking movie. The criminals behind the obscene destruction need to hang , like in Nuremberg, nothing more , nothing less. It is a crime against humanity.

Peter Schmidt
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Peter Schmidt

Off topic, but I am glad to see so many people on off-guardian. Your win is the Guardian’s loss. I always loved Vaska’s and Systematic comments. I never read the articles on the Guardian (I joined in 2011, banned after the MH-17), only the comments. Now not even the comments are worth it.
Good articles, good comments. Keep up the good work. For you the only way is up, for the Guardian, …. you know it.

vexarb
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Cut-and-paste from military analyst Canthama and others BTL SyrPer this morning: “This is it Syrpers, all pieces on board for the Southern Syrian front offensive, frontline is hot at the moment, battle formation orders were delivered to all commanders. The RuAF has advanced their jets near the front line, as well as its Air Defence Systems that will work connected to the Syrian ADS and the Syrian Arab Air Force. The Jordanian regime has sent a large military force to the border with Syria; [this move is not aggressive toward Syria, it is simply a Jordanian precaution] to prevent the… Read more »

vexarb
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Even bigger than the Liberation of Aleppo: some thoughts on the upcoming battle for Liberation of Southern Syria from the combined Armed Forces of UK, U$A, Israel and their terrorist mercenaries; by DT in today’s SyrPer. “80,000 troops and allies is an awful big force to cleanse an area of this size (for perspective the initial US invasion of Iraq 2003 was done with 150,000 troops) [though it ended with a million]. Obviously Syria and allies are expecting far more than just cleaning the Southern areas…. I have heard that the US is refusing to vacate al-Tanf and as a… Read more »

grafter
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grafter

Now we have that British Empire rag the Times reporting that “London” would not be happy about Tump meeting Putin ahead of the upcoming NATZO summit in Brussels. Who is this “London” and exactly what is their reasoning why Trump should not meet before their disgusting little warmongering cabal commit themselves to yet more provocation towards Russia ? The destruction of Aleppo means nothing to their callous behaviour and their endless propaganda sham courtesy of their servile and corrupt MSM. As long as we don’t see, hear or smell the deaths of innocent lives they will continue with their criminal… Read more »

vexarb
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@Grafter: “Who is this “London” ?
Rupert Murdoch, proprietor of the Times. And co-investor in Syrian oil-stealing Genie Energy, along with Dick Cheney and Natty Lord Rothschild.

reinertorheit
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reinertorheit

It means the British Foreign Office, and the coterie of neoconservatives in both the Labour and Conservative parties. The idea that there is any difference betweeen them is purely cosmetic – there is none.

balkydj
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“@Grafter: “Who is this “London” ?” I dunno’ , a bunch of dunces 4sure 🙂 Joe Strummer told us that much, a few decades ago .. The Clash punk mentality was well wise to London calling, that much was obvious 😉 never mind the bollocks, here’s the sex pistols, today on steroids .. but somehow, the ole’ ‘maddog’ misogyNIST Murdoch still manages to spin the bollocks in his & the Ashkenazi ZioNazi favour & flavour of the day .. even post 9/11 & WTC 7, how dumb can people be to controlled demolition & a global politic of >> Apartheid.… Read more »

Antony
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Antony

Could something positive come out of this destruction?
“Aleppo has scarcely been touched by archaeologists, since the modern city occupies its ancient site. The site has been occupied from around 5000 BC, as shown by excavations in Tallet Alsauda”
I won’t hold my breath, but the place is definitely a World class heritage site.

King Kong
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King Kong

The country i live in did not contribute to this destruction. But the country I live in and the government we elected, silently watched this happen, with hardly any objections in the lame UN.
I as a citizen of the world can only express my sincere sorrow and anger at at this carnage.
At the Nuremberg process a no term was coined, I cant exactly remember it, but is as “the silent participants” in the genocide of other peoples.
That is what I am. I and others let this happen.
Shameful.

Frankly Speaking
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Frankly Speaking

It depends which is your resident country. If it’s the UK (or US), we not only watched it happened, we aided and abetted the same fundamentalist factions to destroy Syria, whose bretheren have wreaked havoc on the streets of UK and Europe. We’ve sold arms to their strongest supporter the Saudis. We continue to be in that country without permission and continue to assist the war against the official government. I even recall in the early days we allowed streams of nutters to leave our shores to fight for the fundamentalist nutjobs in Syria, same as we allowed in Libya,… Read more »

Kathy
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Kathy

Oh and don’t forget Love Island. A whole debate on radio 4 yesterday about how the BBC was losing out to social media and suggesting more social media topics should be reported. It transpires only subjects of the ilk of Love Island though as it is apparently sooo popular!.

Frankly Speaking
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Frankly Speaking

Yes indeed, soft porn reality TV and pop stars with their tits and arses hanging out and twerking is being offered by our “Elites” as an even greater dose of opium and distraction for our increasingly uneducated masses – who go into Millenial Meltdown when they can’t finish an A-level Biology exam on time…because they spent too much time farting around on social media in the first place. The BBC website these days is appalling dross, I can believe easily how the controllers are now trying to persuade the public that they need to ratchet it down in quality yet… Read more »

balkydj
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Frankly speaking, I have never paid for a BBC License to Kill @Will (and at the behest of Government), coz’ when I was 18 years old in 1979 , the subtle subliminal secretive Apartheid Agenda of divide , conquer & rule was so abso’firkinbleedin’lutely obvious ..
I wonder how many people today pay the BBC ?
Talk about collusion !
Never buy ‘in’ to elite agendas, coz’ there is such “Power in the Darkness” .. TRB

And if you don’t like Tom’s style, just cut to his parody of d’ BBC @2:40
I loved it 🙂 & still do 😉