A bit of history
1939, after years of unsuccessfully trying to bring about an
anti-fascist alliance with the western powers and realising that the
Soviet Union was incapable of fighting a war with Hitler Stalin
changed foreign ministers and signed the Nazi-Soviet Pact.
this was an understandable move given the circumstances it found
itself in it is what followed that is less understandable. There was
an immediate flip-flop the propaganda that gave rise to the photo
here where “fraternal brothers” of the SS and the NKVD met.
so swallowed his own propaganda that when Hitler’s Wehrmacht
invaded the USSR he refused the warnings from intelligence and spent
days in denial.
in the undoubtedly master strategist!
I think of what is coming out with a policy of appeasement towards
the genocidal maniac Netanyahu and the justification. Putin could
have said NO and since I believe the attacks came from the
Meditterranean could have used his air force to chase off Israeli
Putin seems to have given the green light to the operation and
Netanyahu gave instructions to attack in his plane, returning from
has shown itself to be weak and untrustworthy to its REAL allies (not
Israel which Andrew Korybko in his craven apology describes as an
say that I am furious and disgusted would not be putting too fine a
point on it.
Putin-Netanyahu Summit on Victory Day really did change everything,
and Russia is no longer shy about showing the world its desire to
“balance” “Israel” and Iran in Syria.“
does not at any point criticise an aggressive action of a genocidal
maniac that has about as much justification as Hitler’s 1939
invasion of Poland. Instead he treats Israel as an “ally” while
saying that Syria should “compromise” by inviting the carve-up of
Syria and the grab of Syria’s oil reources by the United States.
this REALLY the policy of Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin?!
Russia and “Israel” are veritably allies and the events of the
past couple of days prove it. “
believes that it’s fulfilling its grand geostrategic ambition to
become the supreme “balancing” force in 21st-century Eurasia, to
which end it’s playing the globally irreplaceable role of
preventing the current “Israeli”-Iranian proxy war in Syria from
evolving into a full-fledged conventional one all throughout the
Mideast. This concept is a lot for some people to digest, so it’s
requested that they reference the following background texts in order
to catch up to the present state of affairs”
reality is that every time Russia allows Israel and the West to walk
over them and greenlight an aggressive action that is much, much
worse than Trumps’ recent airstrikes it is encouraging further
false flags and attacks that one day will be on Russia’s territory.
With its back against the wall that will necessitate a response with
Russia has let several attempts to face down actions by the
aggressors (such as guiding the Donald Cook (which at the time was a
sitting duck) away from the coastline of Syria with a stern warning.
Russia has been made to look weak and untrustworthy to its real
allies,Syria and Iran.
times have become much darker.
Could It Be Any Clearer? Russia Is “Urging” Syria To “Compromise”, Now!
11 May, 2018
The Putin-Netanyahu Summit on Victory Day really did change everything, and Russia is no longer shy about showing the world its desire to “balance” “Israel” and Iran in Syria.
In pursuit of its peacemaking objective to get Syria to “compromise” on the terms that Russia has presumably presented it with in order to avoid escalating the “Israeli”-Iranian proxy war inside the country to the point where it becomes a conventional one all throughout the region, Moscow has apparently decided to send very strong symbolic messages to Damascus to let it know just how serious it is about this. The most powerful signals that sent shockwaves through the Alt-Media and likely also the global diplomatic communities came from the Putin-Netanyahu Summit and Russia’s passive “acceptance” of “Israel’s” latest bombing run against what Tel Aviv claimed were Iranian units in southern Syria. Furthermore, Russia’s reported reconsideration of possible S-300 sales to Syria also stands out in the starkest terms as an informal statement declaring Moscow’s unwillingness to contribute to anything that would “compromise” “Israel’s” ability to bomb suspected Iranian and Hezbollah targets at will.