Supply S-300 air
defense systems (with a 250km range) to the Syrians in the next two
will deliver advanced automated
air defense management systems which
will *dramatically* increase the Syrian air defense capabilities and
prevent future “friendly fire” incidents.
will use her electronic
warfare capabilities to suppress satellite navigation, onboard radar
systems and communications of warplanes attacking targets on Syrian
territory in the regions over the waters of the Mediterranean Sea
bordering with Syria.
is a very flexible and elegant solution for the following reasons:
establishes a de
exclusion zone over Syria, but not a de
Thus, the Russians will have the flexibility to decide on a nation
by nation and aircraft by aircraft basis which aircraft should be
suppressed/engaged and which ones to only track and monitor.
This will give Russia a very
powerful negotiating position with
all the actors of this war.
goes without saying that while these new capabilities will be
deployed in Syria in response to the Israeli actions, they will also
dramatically boost the Syrian capabilities against any
potential aggressors including
the USA and US client states. The S-300s will make it possible
for the Syrian to detect and even track
the Israeli aircraft right after their take-off and while still in
Israeli air space.
the Russians have not indicated which automated air defense
management system they plan to deliver to Syria, it is likely that
this is one which is typically used to control the engagement of
S-300 and Buk air defense systems, the Poliana
The delivery of this system will dramatically
increase the air defense capabilities of the Russian task force in
it much harder for Neocon à
to target Russian forces.
have to admit that I am surprised by the magnitude and quality of
this response. Clearly, the arrogance of the Israelis did not
pay off and this time their usual chutzpah was
met with a great deal of Russian anger (albeit carefully controlled
anger). For Bibi Netanyahu, the Russian reaction is an absolute
disaster because it undermines his entire policy towards Syria (and
Lebanon and Iran). The Israeli strikes (over 200, of which they
bothered to notify Russia in only about 10% of the cases) did not
yield any tangible benefit for Israel, but has now fundamentally
undermined Israel’s relationship with Russia. As I have said
it many times, for all their self-serving propaganda about being so
smart, the Israelis are actually pretty incompetent being blinded, as
they are, by their quasi infinite arrogance.
please keep in mind that in warfare there is no such thing as a
magical silver bullet. For one thing, the Israelis will still
have the option of attacking targets in Syria (be it by using
aircraft, or missiles, including sea based), but the difficulty of
successfully executing such an attack will increase by an order of
magnitude. The same also goes for the US/NATO/CENTOM/etc.
One option would be to go for a saturation attack by using very large
number of missiles since the Syrian and Russian capabilities are
still limited by numbers: even in an ideal situation (excluding EW
capabilities), that is even if the kill ratio of Russian missiles is
1:1, the Russians will only be able to shoot down as many enemy
missiles as their supplies allow. The US+Israeli missiles
supplies in the region are far bigger.
both the US and Israelis have very sophisticated EW warfare
capabilities and rest assured that they will use them if needed.
Yes, the Russians are qualitatively ahead of other countries in this
field, but one should never under-estimate the capabilities of the
the AngloZionists will now do one of three things: either pretend
that they don’t care and basically accept the situation on the
ground like they did in South Ossetia and Crimea, or try to negotiate
some kind of deal with the Russians, or react with hysterical threats
and provocation in the hope that the Russians will blink. While
we can hope for option #1, we also have to realize that options #2
and #3 are far more likely. In other words, this is far from
this latest news conclusively debunks the notion that Putin is a
doormat or sellout and that the Russians are either unable or
unwilling to oppose the AngloZionists. All those who have
accused Putin of being Israel’s shabboy
going to be busy removing eggs from their collective face. The
fact that the Russians took their time to analyze what happened and
prepare a response was not a symptom of their weakness, but of their
responsible behavior in a most dangerous situation.
Furthermore, the Russian response also shows that once national
security issues are at stake, the Atlantic Integrationist 5th column
still has to yield to the Eurasian Sovereignists. This, by
itself, is a very good and reassuring development.