Israeli Deal With Syria

Israeli Deal With Syria

A Saudi-Israeli Love Story Spanning Millennia

Has Tehran lost its leverage over the South Caucasus after the Second Artsakh War?

When it comes to the South Caucasus, Iran is historically and geographically a crucial regional actor alongside Russia and Turkey. But has Tehran lost its leverage over the South Caucasus after the second Artsakh War? Kevork Almassian discusses this question with political expert Yeghia Tashjian.

Follow Yeghia Tashjian: https://twitter.com/yeghig

Full Article: https://bit.ly/3qtKkpZ

Middle East Quagmire

Middle East Quagmire

The next tweets are clips from the UK column 10 th February episode and include the independent journalist Vanessa Beeley. See the UK Column for the full interview.

 

Turkish-Israeli proposal for a new maritime deal

Why federalism in Syria is a historical demand by Israel and the US

The geopolitical project in the region is doomed to fail because the Americans are trying to control the region in order to contain Eurasia but for the first time in five centuries we are witnessing a retreat of Western influence. America is facing a deep crisis, a structural crisis whether economically or politically. I copied this transcript from the video:

" The geopolitical project in the region is doomed to fail because the Americans are trying to control the region in order to contain Eurasia but for the first time in five centuries we are witnessing a retreat of Western influence. America is facing a deep crisis, a structural crisis whether economically or politically".

The West wants to balkanize the region to contain China but Israel wants regional supremacy (Obed Yinon plan) and will partner with China (and Russia) and turn its back on the USA. They will continue destroying the US and transferring the technology out. It is a good thing that Israel is the USA’s greatest ally and not an enemy (lol).

Iranian-backed Forces Receive New Missiles As Tensions Grow In Iraq

 

Armenian Peace?

Armenian Peace?

I have tagged this article as the Middle East because even though this is in the Caucus region the connections with Turkey, Syria and Israel are undeniable.

A brutally honest opinion on the war for Artsakh/Nagorno Karabakh

This is not the interview with Partisan girl (see link above)  but from Kevork’s own channel Syriana:

 Main Stream Media:

 

 

Civil war?

Civil War?

This is a short (7 mins) video from Israeli News Live.  Recommended viewing.  I find myself in complete agreement  as I reached the same conclusions independently.  These are sombre words.  We are all being played and deceived.   Christians and Christianity is anathema to the NWO.

Azerbaijan’s Prime Minister Quick To Apologize to Putin

 

 

Quagmire

Quagmire

The Middle East really is a quagmire that will eventually drag in all nations to war. Jerusalem is a stumbling-block.  The controversy of Zion will not go away.  All the countries around the Middle East have been Balkanized. American politics has been degraded and they have been used as a neo-con tool.   There will be a backlash and a price to pay.  The old Jerusalem and everything it represents will pass away.  We look to the new heavens and the new earth and the new Jerusalem coming down out of heaven like a bride. For we have a city whose builder and maker is God.  Only the righteous will enter the gates of the city.  Jesus has made us righteous.  If God is for us, who can be against us?

The problem of Islamist radicalism in Europe

 

Russia Retaliates Against Turkish Fighters

Watch the following short video:

https://iconnectfx.com/view/97f6a406-3e22-eb11-9979-00505682f257

Azerbaijan-and-Turkey

Azerbaijan and Turkey

Azerbaijan and Turkey are the aggressors in the war against Armenia.   Turkey is supporting   Azerbaijan because Erdogan has aspirations of creating a Caliphate and uniting the Turkic peoples similar to the Ottoman empire.  With the removal of the Christian Armenia Turkey can expand its influence all the way to the Balkans.  Israel is supporting Azerbaijan and Turkey and supplying weapons. Check out this podcast:

The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

This is a conflict that could have global ramifications.  Turkey is siding  with Azerbaijan and making trouble by supplying mercenaries from Syria, the same as it did when stirring up trouble in Libya.   Our last Middle East blog featured Steve R.Pieczenik where he commented on the widely held view that Ataturk was Jewish. The Dönmeh (Turkish: Dönme, Ottoman Turkish: دونمه‎) were a group of Sabbatean crypto-Jews in the Ottoman Empire who converted publicly to Islam, but retained their beliefs in secret. The movement was centered in Thessaloniki.  That probably explains the Turkish genocide against the Armenian Christians. Nearly 1.5 million Armenians died at the hands of the Ottoman Empire in 1915, during World War I.   Below are two rather good videos explaining the situation and some articles.

With the outbreak of the war between Azerbaijan and Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh), Syriana Analysis addresses the main factors of the conflict and presents a historical background that is crucial in understanding the ongoing war.

The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict is the never-ending forgotten war after the collapse of the Soviet Union. A warlike crisis has broken out over the disputed area of Nagorno-Karabakh. In episode 580 of Cut The Clutter, Shekhar Gupta explains where the South Caucasus crisis stems from and the many factors fueling it.

Why faraway Azerbaijan & Armenia are fighting: Witch’s brew of ethnicity, religion, geography & oil

Notes:

Read the India Today article here: https://www.indiatoday.in/magazine/co… ———————————————————————————————

Read James Palmer’s article here: https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/09/28/… ———————————————————————————————

Read the Spectator article here: https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/h… ———————————————————————————————

Correction: At 9:07, 1.5 million Armenians killed, not 1.5 Lakh. Very sorry, I misspoke… ———————————————————————————————

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Link

https://fort-russ.com/2020/09/russia-appears-indecisive-as-turkey-exposed-as-backing-azerbaijan-war-in-karabakh/