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Putin and Netanyahu Agenda – 4 Years In The Making

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Since September 2015, when Russia entered Syria to fight the terrorism, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin have held regular meetings, mostly focused on the security situation in Syria, but also to further the two country’s bilateral economic and other relations.

Following is a complete list of all meetings between the two leaders. It should be noted that apart from a few meetings on the sidelines of international events, Netanyahu was the party that always travelled to Russia to meet Putin. The Russian leader has not visited Israel to meet the Israeli Prime Minister. In fact, Putin hasn’t visited Israel since 2015 at all.

The 1st meeting between the leaders, following Russia entering Syria happened on September 21st, 2015. It took place at the Embassy of Israel, Novo-Ogaryovo, Moscow, Russia.  It was a 1-Day visit.

The focus of the visit was the security situation after Russia joined the war in Syria. Netanyahu also accused Syria and Iran of funding Hezbollah and preparing the Golan Heights for 2nd front against Israel.

Putin, on his part, said that the Syrian army will not open a second front against Israel.

Following the meeting, Netanyahu said that the conversation regarding Syria went well, and they agreed on a joint mechanism to avoid misunderstandings between Israeli and Russian forces.

A Second issue was about Israelis waiting for a pension for Russia. Regardless, the main point was avoiding any misunderstandings in Syria between the Russian Armed Forces and the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) while Israel attempts to fight Hezbollah and Iran.

The 2nd Meeting took place on November 30th, 2015 and it was on the sidelines of the Paris Summit on Climate Change:

Netanyahu said ‘coordination, de-confliction mechanism’ with Russia was successful, and that it prevented ‘unnecessary accidents.”

Netanyahu also spoke about the “big battle against militant Islam [and] the terrorism it spews forward.” Netanyahu expressed “hope that Israel and Russia can see eye to eye on all the strategic matters” and reassured Russia that “it’s within our powers to have very good coordination on the ground and in the air” to prevent accident.

“I’m very satisfied by the fact that our militaries have been very careful to coordinate with one another and will continue to do so. I think this is an indication of the openness and the success of the relationship between Israel and Russia,” the Israeli leader added.

There was really no comment by the Russian leader.

The 3rd meeting took place on April 21st, 2016 at the Kremlin, Moscow, Russia and it was a 1-day visit by Netanyahu:

Vladimir Putin and Benjamin Netanyahu exchanged opinions on current aspects of bilateral cooperation, including security, and key issues of the global and regional agendas such as prospects for a Palestinian-Israeli settlement and the situation in Syria. Netanyahu said that Israel was giving its best to prevent transfer of weapons to Hezbollah from Iran and Syria.

He reiterated that Golan Heights would remain part of Israel, regarding of international decisions.

A few days earlier Putin met with Mahmoud Abbas to discuss the Middle East peace process.

Following the meeting it was announced that the leaders agreed on a goal of strengthening security coordination between Russia and Israel so as to avoid mishaps. Arrangements were made for a military delegation from Israel to meet a Russian one with the inclusion of Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu.

The defense official meeting was Important as a result of the meeting between Netanyahu and Putin because “freedom of action for the IDF and the air force in places that are important to us vis-à-vis our security, and I think that this was achieved,” as the Israeli PM said.

They spoke of pensions for Russians who migrated to Israel again and agreed to finally sign a decision on June 7th for 25th anniversary of Israel-Russia relations.

The 4th meeting between the Russian President and the Israeli Prime Minister came on June 6th and 7th, 2016 and commemorated 25 years of Russia and Israel relations. They met at the Kremlin, Moscow and the Bolshoy Theater as well:

The two leaders discussed current issues of bilateral cooperation, including the further strengthening of trade and economic cooperation as well as cultural and humanitarian ties. In addition, there was an exchange of views on regional issues, primarily in the context of the fight against international terrorism. Vladimir Putin and Benjamin Netanyahu reviewed developments related to Syria, as well as the status and prospects of the Palestinian-Israeli peace process.

There were also supposed talks of a a free trade area between the Eurasian Economic Union and Israel that could boost our business relations. Netanyahu also said that Turkish-Israeli reconciliation is “closer than ever.” Putin also said that he’s positive that Turkish-Russian relations back then would also improve (as they in fact did).

The 5th meeting between them happened on March 9th, 2017, once again at the Kremlin, Moscow and was just for 1 day:

Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel’s “frequent visits reflect genuine friendship and a tightening of relations in economics, technology, tourism and culture, as well as the living bridge of the one million Russian speakers living in Israel.”

He also hailed the conclusion of the agreement on the pensions of Russian migrants living in Israel.

He also said that Russia made important contributions to fighting ISIS and al-Qaeda Sunni terrorists, but replacing them with “Shi’ite Islamic terrorists by Iran” would be an unwelcome result.

He reiterated that “Israel is a state today.” And it has an army and can defend itself from the Shi’ite.

Putin on his part said “I am very pleased to see that we have such close and trusting contact. We meet regularly in person, are regularly in contact by telephone, and work together at the ministry and agency level.”

They discussed the situation in the Middle East and combating terrorism.

The meeting took place 1 day after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Moscow and met with Putin to discuss the Middle East situation.

The 6th meeting took place on August 23rd, 2017 in the Kremlin, Moscow and was once again just a 1-day visit by Netanyahu:

Again, they discussed ways of improving bilateral relations and also exchanged views on the situation in the ME.

Putin said “Let me start today by saying that we are happy with the state of our bilateral relations, which have developed in part through your direct efforts, Mr Prime Minister.”

Netanyahu warned that “Iran is making tremendous efforts to bolster its presence in Syria. This is a threat for Israel, for the Middle East, and, I believe, for the entire world. Iran has also made serious advances in extending its control and influence in Iraq and Yemen. In many respects, it is Iran that exercises real control in Lebanon today.” Even alleging that Iran is the force exercising control in Lebanon.

“Mr President, we are fighting and defeating ISIS through common efforts, and this is very important. But what is worrying is that where we defeat ISIS and it disappears, Iran steps in.”

Netanyahu claimed that neither Russia nor Israel should forget that Iran threatens Israel constantly and it “arms terrorist organisations and encourages and initiates terrorism.”

Putin did not address Netanyahu’s remarks about Iran’s role in Syria nor his threat to take unilateral military action.

The 7th meeting happened on January 29th, 2018, in the Kremlin, Moscow and Netanyahu only visited for a single day:

According to the Kremlin’s statement “The leaders plan to discuss the development of Russian-Israeli cooperation in trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian areas and pressing international and regional issues, including a settlement in the Middle East and the situation in Syria.”

Before the meeting Netanyahu said that to defeat Nazism the way was to “to take a strong and timely stand against murderous ideologies.

“This is also our mission today and it is to this end that I want to speak with you, about our common efforts to promote security and stability in our region, and – of course – the cooperation between us, between Russia and Israel.”

Prior to leaving for Moscow Netanyahu said:

“We meet periodically in order to ensure the military coordination between the IDF and the Russian forces in Syria; as of today this has succeeded and it is important that it continue to succeed.

I will discuss with President Putin Iran’s relentless efforts to establish a military presence in Syria, which we strongly oppose and are also taking action against.

We will also discuss Iran’s effort to turn Lebanon into one giant missile site, a site for precision missiles against the State of Israel, which we will not tolerate.”

Following the meeting, Netanyahu said that he “made it clear to him [Putin] that we will not agree to either one of these developments and will act according to need.” There were no remarks on behalf of Putin provided.

The 8th meeting between the two took place on May 9th, 2018 on the commemoration of Victory Day in Moscow:

Putin said that the meeting between the two leaders would be used to “discuss bilateral relations and problems in the region. Unfortunately, the situation is very acute. I would like to express hope that you and I will not only manage to discuss, but also find solutions which will lead to a shift in the situation, and which will also allow us to find ways to resolve heated conflicts.”

Netanyahu said before his trip to Moscow that “in light of what is currently happening in Syria, it is necessary to ensure continued coordination” between the Russian and Syria militaries. He made no mention of the airstrikes, and Tel Aviv has not commented. Russia and Israel have set up a hotline to avoid accidental clashes in Syria.

At the talks with Putin, Netanyahu used the opportunity to slam Iran for its anti-Israel policy:

“It’s hard to believe, but 73 years after the Holocaust, in our Middle East there is a country Iran that openly calls for the destruction of the state of Israel. But there is a difference between what was then [during WW2] and what we have today. We have our own country today.”

The 9th meeting between Putin and Netanyahu happened in the Kremlin, Moscow on July 11th, 2018, the two leaders also saw a world cup football match:

Netanyahu said: “It is clear that our focus is on Syria and Iran. Our view that Iran needs to leave Syria is well-known; it is not new to you.”

Several hours before he spoke a Syrian UAV had penetrated Israel’s airspace. It was reportedly shot down and Israel “will continue to take strong action against any trickle [of fire] and any infiltration into Israel’s airspace or territory. We expect that everyone will respect this sovereignty and that Syria will strictly abide by the [1974] Separation of Forces Agreement.”

According to the Israeli PM, the cooperation between Israel and Russia was a central component in preventing a conflagration and deterioration of the issues in Syria and other situations. He also thanked Putin for the opportunity to discuss all of these topics.

Putin said that “In general, our bilateral relations are developing quite positively. I will not quote figures now but they are positive. This applies not only to our economic interaction but also to our political interaction. Good relations are developing between our defense departments. The same goes for the cultural and humanitarian sphere.” The Russian leader reiterated that all Israeli concerns were discussed in detail.

The 10th meeting between them happened in Paris, on the sidelines of Armistice Day in Paris on November 11th, 2018:

It is of significance since it was their first meeting since a Russian IL-20 reconnaissance plane was downed over Syria as a result of actions by the IDF’s air force on September 17th. 15 Russian servicemen died in the incident.

Putin said that it was a “tragic chain of events” and didn’t directly blame Israel.

After the November 11th meeting, Netanyahu told reporters that the “conversation was very good and to the point; I would say it was very important.” He refused to elaborate any further on the conversation. He refused to elaborate any further on the conversation. No other information was provided.

The 11th meeting happened on February 27th, 2019 in the Kremlin, Moscow and was, again, a one-day visit by Netanyahu:

Putin said that bilateral trade is increasing. It was not very large in absolute figures but the trends were positive. He also said that it was very important to discuss the situation in the Middle East as well as security issues.

Putin said that he would soon visit a special monument devoted to the victims of the siege of Leningrad in Jerusalem, after Netanyahu extended an invitation.

This was one of the meetings in which Putin spoke the most and focused on the importance of discussions with Israel. Probably because elections were nearing for Netanyahu.

Prior to leaving for Moscow, the Israeli PM said:

“We are leaving for a very important meeting with President Putin in Moscow. It is not correct that this is my first meeting with him since the Ilyushin plane was downed by Syrian forces because I met with him In Paris and we discussed that we would meet again, and we are doing just that.

The conversation will certainly deal with several issues, but from our point-of-view, the focus of the talks will be preventing Iran from entrenching in Syria, the entrenchment of a country which explicitly says that its goal is to wipe us out. You know that when I say we are acting against this, these are no empty words.

“Of course, I will go into details with President Putin as we do in order to ensure that the Russian military and the IDF coordinate in such a manner so as to prevent friction and clashes between us. This has succeeded up until now and it is important that it also succeed in the future. This is the main goal for which I am traveling to Moscow; there are other goals.”

At the meeting, Netanyahu provided the following remarks:

“The biggest threat to the region’s stability and security comes from Iran and its allies. We are doing everything we can to prevent this threat from being translated into reality. We will not allow Iran to do what it talks about, that is, to destroy us, and we will act accordingly.

I will be happy to discuss with you these issues and our wonderful bilateral relations.

“The greatest threat to stability and security in the region comes from Iran and its proxies. We are determined to continue our aggressive activity against Iran, which calls for our destruction, and against its attempts to establish itself militarily in Syria.”

Their most recent and 12th meeting took place on April 4th, 2019, once again in the Kremlin, Moscow. It was probably organized to be as close as possible to the Israeli Election to show Netanyahu’s “close relationship” with both the US President and the Russian President. The meeting was also admittedly hastily organized on April 1st.

Taking part in the meeting on the Russian side were Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov, Presidential Aide Yury Ushakov, Chief of the General Staff of Russia’s Armed Forces Valery Gerasimov and Special Presidential Envoy for Syria Alexander Lavrentyev.

Putin said “I am happy to welcome you to Moscow. We met only recently, but the scale of our relations is so enormous that we need to meet frequently.”

On April 1st they spoke over the phone, discussing topical issues concerning bilateral cooperation, including military contacts, as well as the situation in the Middle East. The phone call was at Netanyahu’s initiative. Before departing from Israel, Netanyahu said he and Putin would “discuss events in Syria”, including the “special coordination between our militaries”. It was most likely a meeting to just showcase the relationship between Putin and Netanyahu and further seek to solidify his chances for re-election.

While both Israel and Russia are following their own agenda, and their official rhetoric reflects that, it is apparent that there is a working relationship between the sides. It could even be considered “friendly” in some fields.

In addition to meetings between Netanyahu and Putin, the Israeli PM also assumed the seats of Foreign Minister, Defense Minister and Health Minister.

Over the period since 2015, he has met several times with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, and he also had a few meetings with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu.

Even when the Israeli Defense Minister was Avigdor Lieberman up until late 2018, Netanyahu still had meetings with Shoigu.

It is without a doubt that Israel has its own agenda in Syria and the Middle East and it likely doesn’t correlate with the Russian one. Still, though, it is quite apparent that Russia takes into account Tel’Aviv’s interests in its policy and conduct in Syria. Israel, without a doubt also acts in Israel with Moscow’s reaction in mind.

The entire scope of the relationship between the two countries, at least when it comes to Middle East policy is rather unclear, since Netanyahu is the more vocal party and he continues accusing Iran, Syria and Hezbollah.

Putin on his part maintains that Israel’s concerns are being taken into account and that is about it.

It is also quite showing that Putin hasn’t visited Israel, whatsoever since September 2015. The Israeli leader is the one that visits Moscow every two months, thus the friendly relationship is also potentially one in which Tel’Aviv is the “needy” side, while Russia maintains the “strong” position.

Israel claims that it supported the defeat of terrorism and that Russia contributed to it, but the fact of the matter is that the actions of Russia and the Syrian government under Bashar al-Assad, and even Iran were the parties that did the “heavy lifting” against ISIS.

It is also unclear what portion of Israel’s requests are being fulfilled by Russia, since they continue being the same with every subsequent meeting. Without a doubt Russia undertakes action and contains the situation and without its assistance Israel would quite possibly be in a more precarious situation.

Russia, at least, formally condemned the recognition of the Golan Heights as Israeli territory, but it is no secret that it may further its own agenda, not in Syria, but in Crimea and getting recognition for the “annexation.”

The veiled relationship between Israel and Russia doesn’t appear to be as strong as the very public one between Tel’Aviv and Washington, but the scope remains unclear.

Netanyahu attempts to be vocal of it, since he is used to the very public Trump administration, but the Russian administration has an entirely different style of politics.

At a glance it also appears that Israel needs Russia, more than the latter needs the former in the Middle East.

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Astrid Watanabe

Conference of three snakes.


yes, disturbing to say the least, the netanyahu putin axis should never have been allowed to prosper.
most disappointing.

Zionism = EVIL

No surprise to me or anyone who understands the Russian treacherous arseholes. I have consistently stated that Putin is a Jew fuck and Russia is totally owned by Jew oligarchs. Russia basically intervened in Syria to protect the Zionist entity from headchoppers who eventually would have attacked Pisrael and would have never agreed to the partition of Syria. It is time for Syrians to understand the Russian agenda which is even worse than Americunt partners. The Iranians were smart to see the Russian real intentions early on after Putin made a big deal about Ruskie junk planes transiting from Hamadan airbase. Iran immediately stopped those flights after it found out that Russia was double dealing with Syria, Iran, Hezbollah and even Turkey. At the Turks humiliated the retard Putin by shooting down the SU-24 dishwasher. Hezbollah should not have saved the Russian dumbass pilot and let the headchoppers do whatever they wanted. It is time Russia faces another Afghanistan in the region.


I agree with your overall sentiments but I doubt that Russia intervened in Syria to stop the head choppers from attacking Israel. If you remember, they apologized to Israel for a clash in the Golan Height in 2016.

ISIS fighters regret attacking Israel and have ‘apologized’, former Defense Minister says

Gabriel Hollows

They intervened for the reasons Putin himself stated, to prevent ISIS from spilling out into Russia. Nothing less, nothing more. They fully support the Balkanization of Syria. Fucking treacherous, Jew-loving KGB snake.


True, the deal between Russia and Syria was to get rid of the jihadis but if it was at the cost of Syria being Balkanized, losing the Golan Heights, giving away oil production rights to Russian companies (which have produced nothing yet) and bringing Syria a step closer to Yemen; then Assad and his entourage struck the worse deal of the history of mankind.

Zionism = EVIL

I know and said the same. You are one of the smarted ones here and not easily bamboozled by Ruskie and Zionist propaganda. The FACT is that Russia is pushing a Zionist line in Syria and even the EU condemned Zionist unilateral annexation of Golan, the Jew bastard Putin did not utter a word and instead is spending millions looking of long dead fucking Jews in Syria and then holding parades for them in the Kremlin. That has even pissed off some Russians as 3 websites critical of Putin have been shut down this week.


Agreed; Russia’s cunning multi-fold game is evident in Syria by now. As I just replied to another poster: if helping to get rid of the jihadis in Syria came at the cost of partition, losing the Golan Heights, giving away oil production rights to Russian companies (which have produced nothing yet) and bringing Syria a step closer to Yemen; then Assad and his entourage struck the worse deal of the history of mankind.

Zionism = EVIL

Putin is worst of the lot.

Jean de Peyrelongue

I think that you are too negative concerning Putin. He is in charge of rebuilding Russia and not in charge of saving the world. Russia has been in the hands of the jews since 1917. The jews runned the communism system and Russia belonged to them. When the system collapsed, they fought between them selves to do the sharing and the country was going down the drain. They then called in Putin to put the system back on track, keeping the finance system in their hands. Putin loves his country but he knows what happen to those daring to oppose the jews so he has to walk a very narrow street and Assad knows that.
Actually the jews are not only running Russia, they are running all the western world. So the problem is not Putin but how to get rid of the jewish dictature ? It is a question without an answer and I think we are being driven to Armageddon.


In France the wedding could be celebrated between Putin and Netanyahou or should I say between Netanyahou and Putin.

Zionism = EVIL

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Good enough to fool Netanyahu it seems.

Zionism = EVIL

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Zionism = EVIL

Now even whatever is left of independent Russia media is seeing things my way about the Jew scum Putin.

How Putin sold Assad out to protect Israel

“Putinyahu’s Rusrael”

The Russian Defense Ministry acknowledged in September 2018 after the spy plane tragedy that it allowed “Israel”to bomb Iranian and Hezbollah targets in Syria over 200 times in the
preceding 18 months alone, with the attacks still continuing to this day
and as recently as just last week. Putin also announced the creation of a so-called “working party”
with “Israel” to seek the withdrawal of all foreign forces from Syriaafter his second-most recent meeting with Netanyahu, with the Russian Ambassador to the UN even telling Saudi media the other week that even Iran “should leave when Syria is stabilized”. It is now widely believed that Russia has been actively assisting Israel in attacking Iranian and Hezbollah targets in Syria and shutting down Syrian air defences. Russian actions have brought an unusual rebuke from the Syrian military which is questioning Putin’s close relationship with Israel and silence over the annexation of Golan Heights which is even rejected by the EU.

Russia also carved out a 140-kilometer anti-Iranian buffer zone beyond the occupied Golan Heights at Tel Aviv’s behest last summer and Putin just helped Netanyahu win reelection through the last-minute photo-op of returning 20 “IDF” remains with unusual pomp and ceremony at the Kremlin a few days before the vote. Since then, it has been disclosed by Kremlin that Russia also recently delivered notorious Mossad spy Eli Cohen’s remains too. Altogether, it’s now impossible for anyone to credibly deny the existence of “Putinyahu’s Rusrael“

Brad Isherwood

Is Putin a Khazar?

There existed a tribe of Turkish Khazars who roamed the area north of the Caspian and Black seas. About 1,000 years ago when the Russians accepted Orthodox Christianity, some of the Khazars accepted Judaism. When the Russians collapsed the Khazar empire about the 12-13th century the Khazars moved into east Europe. Today, even Bibi Netanyahu prime minister of Israel admits that he is a Khazar Jew.

Hisham Saber

The Muslim Mongol Golden Horde crushed the Khazars and destroyed the old Kingdom of Khazaria. Then they installed Russian Princes in charge of greater Russia , they were known as the Muscovites. Hence Moscow.


That’s total nonsense, basically every word you said is 100% wrong and quite laughable. Khazarian state was destoyed by russian prince Svaitoslav a few centuries before mongol invasion.


It just shows how International relations are much more complicated than what meets the eyes…We are so used to “the good guys” vs “the bad guys”, but actually almost nothing is black and white…but GREY…
This is what Putin thinks about “Israel”: https://orientalreview.org/2018/05/10/president-putin-on-israel-quotes-from-the-kremlin-website/


There is nothing complicate between jews. So far, Putin has shown a clear support to Israel bombing Syria, and it did nothing for the case IL-20 when Israel planned the destruction of Russia plane. So, Russian must get rid of Putin sooner or later.


Gustavo, como van los rusos a sacarle a Putin del poder?


Justifying Putin’s actions — based on the Kremlin’s website — isn’t any different than trying to validate the (mythical) Biblical characters based on the Bible. Let’s be serious.


Nobody is “justifying“ anything. We can just find some clues on what (one of the tentative) future(s) between Putin’s Russia and Bibi’s “Israel” will look like or we can better understand (at least a little bit) what is going on now by accepting the fact that both countries were getting closer together in the past few years by reading some of articles (not only this one). There are many more on the Internet.

Rhodium 10

Nothing new!..Israel has stopped further gas pipelines( Arab pipelines-Jordan-Haifa) to EU via Cyprus which enables Nord stream 2 project…and for other side Russia are testing its air defense weapons and radars each time israel attacks Syrian assets!…and Russia can calculate the ratio of interceptions!..of course israel always will hit the target!…for example during the last attack vs Damascus airport facilities…SAA Buk system shot down all 7 air to ground missile during the morning…then Israel launched 43 more during the night to make sure to hit the targets!…and so on….

Zionism = EVIL

It’s misleading to assert that Assad “won” the war even though
he still remains in office of a weak truncated Syria, which Putin along with Turkey, Israel and US helped Balkanize. Assad despite being country’s democratically elected and
legitimate leader was compelled by Putin to “compromise” on several
important issues after the Liberation of Aleppo and accept a political
reality completely at odds with what one would otherwise expect from a
“victor”. Despite Iranian misgivings, Putin and Nethanyahu set Assad up as a weak quisling while carving up his country as Israel had planned all along.

Tommy Jensen

Conclusion: Unclear.

Gabriel Hollows

Stop spamming faggot.


Well, you got a point.. And sadly some still want to believe otherwise.
But the illusions are now officially dead.
We all talked about how 2019 will see the liberation of Idlib, of NE Syria.. And it would have been possible, if not for the “compromises” you mentioned.

Zionism = EVIL

As you guys are well aware, I am no fan of Russia, based on experience and now most people are seeing through Putin’s insidious agenda that serves his Zionist masters sadly. Putin has shut down 3 websites in Russia that were critical of his Syrian policy and questioned why Russian troops are dying and are not able to launch an offensive in Idlib or support their Syrian “allies”. As this SouthFront article has clearly stated, Putin has met his lover Nutter Yahoo more than a dozen times, most people don’t even have that many dates with potential lovers, let alone another head of state. Russian behavior is totally bizarre.

Tommy Jensen

Conclusion: Its unclear.


It seems that all this back and forth so-called diplomacy is nothing more than about keeping face over our VAST differences while avoiding all-out war.


Chutzpah for all from Net’s side, especially meeting 10.


Let’s remember that the (secretive) Sykes-Picot plan was initially known as the Sykes-Picot-Sazonov. Meaning that Tsarist Russia was on board to carve up the Middle East along side with Britain and France. Ignoring that Britain stabbed the Tsar in the back with the Bolshevik Revolution, history repeats: Russia is once in the Middle East out of interests and not love.

Saddam Hussein

And this is why Arabs cant fully trust Putin. He is a good leader for his people but not based like the USSR leaders of the past that went full Arab mode.


By the time of the Six Day War, you are correct, but before that and esp. in the 1940’s?

Zionism = EVIL

I would even question that, Putin is hardly good for Russia as poverty levels have gone up, along with retirement age. His Jew oligarch masters are ripping off Russia to the bone. Putin and his ugly daughters who live in Europe alone have assets worth $4 billion or more. Russia, like Iran is potentially a rich country, but has had historical bad governments that just plunder. The Soviets were slightly better than the Jew oligarchs, but totally paranoid and inept and thus USSR collapsed. Russia will break up eventually for a number of reasons.


Russia is not in Syria to save Syria but to fulfill its interest and increase its importance on the world stage. The 2 may coincide at times but don’t be fooled.. Only Assad and the SAA are interested in saving Syria and Iran to a large extent That became clear when east of the Euphrates were literally handed over to the Americans.

Black Waters

U.S completely unleashed the bots this time, trying to say that putin is a jew lol. You should say that to your “Trumpenstein” instead.

Tommy Jensen

Conclusion: Everything is unclear.

Gabriel Hollows

US, Russia, both jew-owned shitholes. Cold War one was jew vs jew, why would Cold War 2 not be the same?


The Cold War was indeed a mega circus. Aside from milking the military-complex on the US side, there was an immense transfer of technology from the US to Russia – uncovered by historian Anthony Sutton (ref.: “Western Transfer of Technology to the Soviet Union”). This was confirmed by CFR officials who admitted that court historians were too afraid to touch the truth.

The current hysteria between the US and Russia in terms of the “nuclear”’argument doesn’t seem any different: it makes everyone (including the EU and Canada) spend more this time.


Hes a cuck salesman who has nothing but defcon which will fly in his face anyways.


Russia has done a good job so far, and can be trusted as anti zionist anti american.

It has only made one costly mistake, which was to bomb Aleppo, stoking the fires of the sectarian war between Sunnis and Shias.

But now Russia is listening to Erdogan and Turkey, because Turkey is connected to all Sunnis.


Bibi was a KGB agent.

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