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Should Putin liberate the Golan Heights?

Should Putin REALLY “Trump” Zionist plans for Syria?

By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

In the wake of yet another United Nations vote reaffirming the unanimous position of the international community — that every square centimeter of land stolen by Israel in its 1967 war of aggression must be relinquished – Russian President Vladimir Putin has an unprecedented opportunity to bring peace to the Middle East and inaugurate a new multipolar era in international relations. He can do so by liberating the Occupied Golan Heights and returning it to to its rightful owner, the government of Syria.

Putin should immediate declare and enforce a no-fly zone over Golan. Russia has the anti-aircraft capabilities to do this. Then he should give the Israeli squatters one week to evacuate.

Though the Zionist-dominated Western media and its brainwashed following would erupt in curses and lamentations, everyone else on earth would be cheering for Putin.

President Obama would not object. Though he would undoubtedly issue a pro forma verbal protest, Obama would secretly rejoice at the humiliation inflicted on his arch-enemy Benjamin Netanyahu, and would make sure that the US did nothing to prevent the liberation of Golan.

Incoming President Trump, surrounded as he is by  Greater-Israel-humping Zionist lunatics, might issue an angry, bombastic tweet or two. But Putin and Trump seem to have an unspoken understanding; and by the time Trump took office the return of the Golan to Syria would be a fait accompli. After all, as Bibi knows too well, you can’t argue with facts on the ground. Trump would then have an opportunity to try out his new policy of making foreign nations pay for American protection, by demanding that Israel and its Rothschild patrons return the trillions of dollars they have gouged out of American pockets…and  then pay the US top dollar to ensure that Putin doesn’t go right ahead and liberate ALL of Palestine.

That’s the kind of deal that a savvy businessman like Trump shouldn’t refuse.

Putin’s liberation of Golan would make him a hero to the entire Middle East, indeed to most of the world. The “Arab street,” currently brainwashed into anti-Russian anti-Assad insanity by Zionist-Saudi media, would erupt in adulation. Zionist puppet rulers in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, UAE and elsewhere would be overthrown by their jubilant, Putin-loving populations.

The population of Turkey, too, would undergo a massive pro-Putin shift, and Erdogan would be pushed even further down the road he is already traveling, into an even more cordial alliance with Russia. This would lead to the complete resolution of the problem in Syria, where even most of the “rebels” would be so overjoyed by the return of Golan that they would be willing to overlook their differences with Assad and Putin.

The Yemen war, too, would end, as the corrupt Ibn Saud dictatorship would fall like the rotten house of cards it is. Israel humbled, its endless bluffs finally called, and its capacity to wreak havoc limited, the Zionist entity would finally have to accept a peace deal along the lines drawn by dozens of UN resolutions: Complete return to the pre-1967 borders, right of return for all Palestinians,  proportional compensation both for returnees and for those who choose not to return, and Equal Protection Clauses for an Israel/Palestine that would move towards binational federation and ultimate union.

Putin’s achievement — reversing the perpetual train wreck of decades of US domination of the Middle East – would highlight the advantages of a multi-polar, non-American-exceptionalist world. Once UN resolutions on Israel-Palestine were finally honored, the global community would be in a position to persuade other recalcitrant entities (such as India vis-a-vis Kashmir) to accept reasonable UN-endorsed solutions.

Given all of the above arguments for a Russian liberation of Golan, are there any counter-arguments?

Only one. It’s called the “Samson Option”: Israel’s threat to inflict nuclear annihilation on the capitals of Europe and the Middle East if it is ever forced to accept United Nations demands that it withdraw from the Occupied Territories and accept Right of Return for the Palestinians.

So should Putin call Israel’s bluff?

Somebody will eventually have to. I say let’s do it now and get it over with.

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31 Responses to "Should Putin liberate the Golan Heights?"

  1. Garry Compton  December 29, 2016 at 3:00 am

    Please – don’t send them to Russia – Ameri-Ukraine would be a much better destination since they are already governed by the Jews. They would also have the opportunity to play with the Neo-Nazis and the radical team of islamists.

  2. joetv  December 28, 2016 at 7:48 am

    YES!!!!! Si!!!!!, and Yes again.

  3. Zaguero  December 27, 2016 at 2:55 pm

    Why pre-1967 borders? Why not pre-1948? Why allow a thief to keep even part of what he has stolen?

    • Dr. Abu-Bakr Susta  December 27, 2016 at 3:57 pm

      Zaguero: While we’re redoing borders, why not return Texas to Mexico (before the 2000 U.S. election)? And why not return USA to Native Americans (from whom thieving U.S. soldiers stole the land)? ;-).

  4. Alois  December 27, 2016 at 1:07 pm

    Dreams Around The Golan Heights

    Without getting in touch with the Jewish tribes in Yathrib (Medina) when Mohammed escaped after he attacked a peaceful caravan (battle at Badr), there would be no Islam. The polytheistic tribes of Mecca would have punished him by their own rules and he might have ended like thousand other desert Bandits too.

    But he was a nice and clever guy and the Jews accepted him as their new leader and he became the most prominent Prophet of the Jewish fantasy and their almighty God.
    Without Mohammed this Jewish fantasy would be forgotten and stored in the dustbin of history.

    But wait No!
    We forgot the Christian Zionist movement, the crusaders who thought we have to invade Jerusalem to find some archaeological evidence from this almighty god…but nothing was there ..just nothing!

    Putin is also a nice and clever guy and he knows that this mercenaries in Syria are Jewish mercenaries camouflaged as Muslims. Step by step the fog of Monotheism will dissolve and gives back the divine where it belongs..into the beauty of nature.

    • Poppadop  December 27, 2016 at 11:10 pm

      “Without Mohammed this Jewish fantasy would be forgotten…”

      “Those who devour usury will not stand except as one stands whom the Evil one by his touch Hath driven to madness. That is because they say: “Trade is like usury,” but Allah hath permitted trade and forbidden usury. Those who after receiving direction from their Lord, desist, shall be pardoned for the past; their case is for Allah (to judge); but those who repeat (The offence) are companions of the Fire: They will abide therein (for ever).”
      ~ The Qur’an 2:275-281

      Now, please explain how Mohammed could be the leader of a band of usurers when the Qur’an, like the Bible, condemns usury…

    • Poppadop  December 28, 2016 at 11:11 pm

      ”Germany’s most famous merchant and banker, Jakob Fugger, circumvented ursury with silver mines.”

      So, none of Fugger’s silver or silver-backed money was loaned to the German government or people? It was circulated into the economy debt-free?

      ”The Saudi government has US treasuries on its books…”

      The Saudi government is also funding and arming bankster mercenaries in the Middle East and elsewhere. Clearly the Qur’an is correct here: They devoured usury and “the Evil one by his touch Hath driven [them] to madness.”

      ”We should all know the disadvantages of interest payments, but this has nothing to do with any God.”

      I disagree, Ed. The god of survival-of-the-fittest, of law-of-the-jungle has no problem with interest payments as long as someone keeps profiting from it. The gods of government and money have flipped back and forth on the issue depending on the people running them. The God of Abraham, however, has always maintained that usury is wrong, regardless of how immoral or ignorant people may be.

      ”Your Allah is on the side of the bankers.”

      You say while looking at people doing the exact opposite of what Allah says they’re supposed to be doing… Where’s the logic in that? And what of the Muslims on the front lines against the banksters? Don’t their actions matter more than your keyboard commando antics?

    • Poppadop  December 29, 2016 at 5:08 pm

      ”About the Saudi government we have to accept that their point of view is different from ours…”

      To be fair, Ed, that point of view means to enslave much of the planet and murder the rest, so when it comes to accepting that it’s different, I’m not sure what that would entail…

      ”Everyone argues he is with God and find an expert to prove it.”

      Fortunately we have these things called facts and logic to differentiate between truth and lies. If the reality of one’s beliefs and actions do not actually mesh with God’s principles, that person is obviously doing the works of some other god.

      ”… profitable business is only allowed with goys.”

      Source? Deuteronomy 28:43-45 seems to make no distinction between “Jew” and “Gentile” as to how usury “will pursue you and overtake you until you are destroyed.”

      ”Does he not created the Universe in your point of view? So he created the banksters, too.”

      He also created rewards for doing the right thing and punishments for doing the wrong thing, as well as reasoning and free will to make choices. If banksters choose to do the wrong thing, that’s on them, isn’t it?

  5. JohninMK  December 27, 2016 at 9:16 am

    Brilliant and very logical proposal.

    Sadly that will ensure that it never happens.

  6. JohnZ  December 27, 2016 at 5:30 am

    I am in agreement; I am sick of the dogmas of all three. I’ve had it with the lot of them.

  7. JohnZ  December 27, 2016 at 5:25 am

    Yes, the liberation of the Golan heights along with clearing the Gaza strip of all israeli settlements and forcing israel back to the pre 1973 war borders.
    Bit first the Palestinians need to be armed. A few thousand Ak-47, numerous shoulder launched rockets….good for taking down israel’s F-16s and some trained snipers. Good for taking out the little snakes in israel.
    Then the Palestinians go force their way back into their own neighborhoods for payback time. Maybe force some of the settlers to drink gasoline and set them on fire. How about shooting some of their children. How about paying back all the wrongs done to them by these slimy little zionist juze. Maybe shooting a few of their pregnant wives after all it’s two kills with one shot. why waste anymore ammo than needed.

  8. James Robertson  December 26, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    Given that Russia has offered not a word of criticism towards Israel despite dozens of air strikes during the past year, the entire premise of this piece is infantile nonsense. Of course the Golan should be removed from the clutches of the gangster Zionist aberration but it is not going to happen by force and Russia is not going to have anything to do with it.. Get a grip.

    • JohnZ  December 27, 2016 at 5:34 am

      Since when is the occupation of the Golan Heights legal?

    • Caesar Lion Cachet  December 30, 2016 at 4:28 am

      LS…

      What can you expect when you live on stolen land ? I would say more artillery !

  9. WG_Burton  December 26, 2016 at 9:51 pm

    Apocalypse Now? Who would be Gog & Magog? Russia or the occultist running Israel? Who are the allies of God?

  10. Peter Johnson  December 26, 2016 at 8:36 pm

    More realistically, Putin could call Obama’s bluff — while there is momentum in the UNSC, the same four countries who brought about Resolution 2334 could propose sanctions on Isntrael and let’s see if Obama abstains again or goes and hides in his closet.

    The war on Syria is far from over. As the Northern supply route is closed off, the Southern supply route through Jordan will become more important and the action will shift to Isntrael’s border. It could then easily spill over the line since Isntrael would inevitably join in. It’s a bit difficult for Putin to armtwist Isntrael too aggressively and demand the Golan Heights, since the biggest demographic group in Isntrael is Russian and or former Soviet. The headache at home and in the press could backfire on him.

    • Peter Johnson  December 26, 2016 at 8:46 pm

      I’m struggling to see the Samson Option as a real option. None of the Western capitols can realistically be bombed by Isntrael without an immediate catastrophic outcome for Isntrael — their victimhood narrative will fall on deaf ears.

    • JohnZ  December 27, 2016 at 5:33 am

      The blowback against israel would be enormous if they attempted the Samson Option. They would be wiped off the map for sure and every jew throughout the world would be in mortal danger.
      The Samson Option may very well be a bluff as they would receive hell unleashed.

    • guibus  December 27, 2016 at 6:30 am

      “None of the Western capitols can realistically be bombed by Isntrael without an immediate catastrophic outcome for Isntrael”. Aaah ?? and what was 9/11 ? Did Israhell get immediate catastrophic outcome ?

  11. wjabbe  December 26, 2016 at 6:25 pm

    I think before such a plan could be implemented Putin would have to be convinced both the murder of his Ambassador and the horrible loss of their choir were the result of the secret actions of the Mossad. Even then the problem needs to be addressed with a military armed force holding them inside the old borders. Putin would not do this on his own. This needs to be a cooperative effort of many nations. At the same time the nuclear capabilities would have to be confiscated to prevent their use. Such an occupying force would be necessary until a final agreement was agreed to . Of course this would likely start WWIII. Let’s face it this is not going to happen.

  12. ManCavePatriot  December 26, 2016 at 4:17 pm

    VT, please give your audience a proper historical perspective about the area called the Golan Heights. Mt. Hermon, which sits at the 33* North and 33* East position was the landing place for ‘The Watchers’ in the Biblical expositions in the Book of Enoch. This area is also known as ‘The Gate Of Hell’ and global freemasonry would never freely relinquish this area.

    • Amarka  December 26, 2016 at 4:51 pm

      After reading “The Book of Adam and Eve” S.C.Malan, I deduced that the Mountain Noah left on the east side of the Dead Sea is the same mountain he landed on – Mount Hermon. “Faith will move mountains”

  13. Caesar Lion Cachet  December 26, 2016 at 2:19 pm

    LS…

    Wouldn’t it be nice sitting on a rainbow and see it all happen and have a happy 2017.

  14. davor  December 26, 2016 at 2:18 pm

    No nuclear attack could help Israel or the Zionists (or anybody else). Only studying countries with territorial fragility and their regional integration. But Netanyahu feels he is too smart and too privileged to be doing that. Sometimes Likudniks have a breach of rationality and conscience and say that they have a stand-by plan for rebuilding Palestinian infrastructure completely and building them international airports and then they go back to their apartheid brain inflicted reality. And that Jerusalem fairy tale is really sad, Israelis had the land and assets and materials and time to build a couple of new Jerusalems already. They still can, but they prefer building scraps on new Palestinian land.

  15. davor  December 26, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    Putin already “threatened” Bibi’s order of affairs when he invited European Jews to move to Russia. He might invite russian speaking Israeli Jews as well, which are well above million. Syria could solve the Golan themselves by applying to join CSTO and then you would have Israel bordering CSTO. Syria joining CSTO would be a natural step up in the alliance and ensuring future stabulity of the country. Also Iraq might realize this is far better option for their national stability instead of inviting Petraeuses and likewise. USA have lost the Middle East domination, but not to Russia, they lost it to Middle East themselves.

  16. kaho  December 26, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    Golan, Golem, GOLLUM : These three words seem to be related somehow.
    I seem to recall «heap of stones» as a possible meaning.
    A being made of dead matter, that came to life when a piece of paper inscribed with the word «TRUTH» was placed on its tongue. This is supposed to have happened about 400 years ago in Prague, where the
    artificial being broke loose and caused much damage – like an early Frankenstein.
    The «Sampson option» ? It too may represent a kind of Frankenstein option.
    ( The nukes that come to life when the proper code is inserted. )

  17. cynthiamaccioli  December 26, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    From your lips to God’s ear, wouldn’t that be lovely. I say, do it now. That Sampson Option is the biggest bluff ever. Don’t believe it for a second.

  18. Wildmann  December 26, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    Total Mutually Assured Destruction!

    • Dr. Abu-Bakr Susta  December 26, 2016 at 2:46 pm

      Wildmann: Bibi & Rotten-Child cannot destroy Russia (or they would have already done so); but Russia and/or others can destroy Israel. Fortunately or unfortunately, not all that difficult. ;-).

  19. Dr. Abu-Bakr Susta  December 26, 2016 at 11:51 am

    Keven: If, as & when Russia determines that the Russian Tu-154 bound for Syria was downed by external impact (a real possibility, given no pilot reports of tech difficulties) and/or if Israel again attacks Syrian military facilities near Golan Heights, then your solution may well be feasible. Capture of Israeli, GCC & Western intel officers advising IS/Daesh & al-Qaeda-related terrorists in Aleppo further enables this.

    For now, Russia & Putin appear to be angling for a negotiated solution for a full Mideast peace, involving cut off of Israeli, GCC & Western support for terrorist groups in Syria, Iraq & Mideast, return of Golan Heights to Syria and a 2-state solution for Israel & 1967 Israel-captured territories.

    Given discussions that Putin & Bibi have had since October 2015, what Israel would get in return would be Russian & other guarantees for Israel’s internal & external national security for pre-1967 borders.

    Your solution is probably another arrow in the Russian quiver as Russia moves toward a comprehensive settlement. Regardless, Russia, Putin & others are fully capable of implementing either solution.

  20. joetv  December 26, 2016 at 11:29 am

    “….the Sampson option…..if it is ever forced to retreat to pre 1967 borders….”
    I have never before heard it that way. Is this option a written code, policy in writing? My knowledge of Israel’s Sampson option is it pertains to an.attack on Israel. Not.annexed or occupied lands. If it’s written down and Golan is not specified then a nation could decide to push the Jews from Golan Heights.
    Call Israel’s bluff. It’s not like nukes aren’t being used now. I mean we’re numb to the threat anyway.

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