The latest videos to emerge from Syria perfectly demonstrates the lowering morale for the terrorist forces, as it rises for pro-government forces.

This morale decrease aligns since Russia intervened in Syria on September 30, 2015. Since the intervention we have seen the coordinated efforts of the Russian Air Force simultaneously with the Syrian government troops.

Since this coordination, most of Latakia province has been liberated, along with large swathes of eastern and southern Aleppo province, Da’ara province, eastern Homs and the successful holding onto of Deir Ezzor which is a government held enclave surrounded by ISIS.

The following video shows a distressed terrorist after government forces liberated Sheikh Miskeen in southern Syria yesterday. He says that it is Arabs and their kings fault for not supporting his group, and this is why they had to leave Sheikh Miskeen. He then claims his group were the last to withdraw from the city. He believes Arab rulers should kiss his feet.

Meanwhile, with pro-government forces on the offensive and liberating large areas of Syria, morale has been boosted. The video of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party, a political party with its own paramilitary that is pro-government, demonstrates the high morale among the anti-terrorist forces. The video was taken in Latakia, which in recent days has effectively been liberated after the terrorist strongholds of Salma and Rabia were retaken.

They are chanting “Our lives for Syria, Viva Syria.

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/692098393309581313

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The squeak like little pigs ?