Russia Exposed, Putin’s Zionist Cult

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VT Editors:

The article below, published on Russia Today, demands that Middle East US envoy, John Kerry be charged with “treason” based on the assertion that Kerry warned Iran of Israeli attacks on Syria.

Why is Russia attacking John Kerry when it is Kerry that is trying to lift sanctions on Syria?

We have seen years of Israeli attacks, even one that brought down a Russian plane with 20 onboard and nothing is done.  The picture is becoming clear.

We also note that 4000 trucks are being allowed to loot Syria’s oil into Turkey, something Russia stopped in 2015 with a massive bombing campaign.  Russia is allowing it now.  Why?

Also, the article below is clear, that threatening Israeli interests against Syria, Lebanon and Jordan also threatens Russian interests as well.  We now believe that Russia is feeding target information to Israel about Iranian backed forces fighting ISIS and al Qaeda.

We know this, the oil tanker with 3 million barrels of crude, that Israel bombed off Syria, was vital to the Syrian people. It was needed to keep hospitals open, power electricity and water and vital to the common people of Syria.

We also now know, according to highest level sources in Damascus, that the Syrian government believes Russia was fully complicity in aiding and approving Israel’s attack.

We also know that Russia is offering to give Turkey Idlib Province and key areas of Northern Syria.  We have this from sources in Russia.

We can’t help but derive something from the fact that Russia is still trying to get Trump back into the oval office, according to RT and Sputnik and, worse still, how they betray their own friends and allies, in this case Syria, in order to interfere in US affairs on behalf of their seeming Israeli masters.

The smell is overwhelming.

‘This never happened’: John Kerry denies telling Iran FM of Israeli strikes on Syria after GOP demands he resign over leaked audio

‘This never happened’: John Kerry denies telling Iran FM of Israeli strikes on Syria after GOP demands he resign over leaked audio
US climate envoy John Kerry has denied passing information on Israeli military ops in Syria to his one-time Iranian counterpart, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who made the claim in leaked audio, enraging GOP critics.

 

A controversial recording leaked to the New York Times on Sunday captured a far-reaching, hours-long discussion between Zarif and economist Saeed Leylaz. At one point in the sit-down, the Iranian FM says Kerry informed him that Tel Aviv had carried out more than 200 strikes on “Iranian interests” in Syria, a revelation Zarif reportedly called “astonishing.”

Recorded last month and originally obtained by the London-based Farsi news outlet Iran International, the leaked audio quickly sparked demands from Republican lawmakers for Kerry to step down, among them Senators Dan Sullivan (Alaska) and Rick Scott (Florida).

New York GOP Representative Elise Stefanik, meanwhile, went even further, saying the former secretary of state “must be immediately investigated and prosecuted.”

However, Kerry weighed in later on Monday night to set the record straight amid the controversy, insisting the allegations are “unequivocally false.”

“This never happened – either when I was secretary of state or since,” he added.

Prior to Kerry’s denial, State Department spokesman Ned Price rushed to the climate envoy’s defense, telling reporters during a Monday press briefing that while he couldn’t speak to the “authenticity” or “accuracy” of the leaked audio, “I would just make the broad point that if you go back and look at press reporting from the time, this certainly was not secret.”

Price presumably referred to a 2018 Reuters report that also stated Tel Aviv had launched 200 strikes on Iranian targets in Syria over the prior two years, citing a senior Israeli official.

The leaked audio surfaced as Washington and Tehran continue to meet for indirect talks in Vienna to revive the 2015 nuclear deal signed between Iran and world powers, from which former US president Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew in 2018, reimposing a raft of crippling sanctions soon after.

Since then, Iran has scaled back its own commitments under the deal, insisting the Joe Biden administration must make good on promised sanctions relief before it considers returning to full compliance with the nuclear pact.Tehran, for its part, has not disputed the authenticity of the recording, though a Foreign Ministry spokesman argued the behind-closed-doors conversation was leaked “illegally” and that portions had been “cherry-picked” for political purposes.

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19 COMMENTS

  1. Not sure why John Kerry is being picked on, for old news. But I don’t buy the part that Zarif was “astonished” by the old news. That’s like a gov’t official here being “shocked, shocked” to hear there is corruption in DC… According to the Reuters link, Israeli Intelligence Minister Israel Katz gave out the news in Sept 2018 about the 200+ strikes to that date, which was then confirmed by an Israeli military spokeswoman. Since that speech in Sept 2018, I assume they have counted quite a few more strikes on Iranian interests in Syria.

  2. I read another article elsewhere that was focused on Zarif. The same ‘interview’. The Iranian foreign office said that while the direct quotes might be right, they were taken out of context and the substance of the conversation altered thusly. This was apparently not a journalistic interview, but one of a professional nature to do with government, which is why it is described as a leak. The crux of the issue concerning Zarif was rivalry between Zarif and Soleimani…which in reality was between security and diplomacy. It is intended to instigate issues within Iran. The best evidence that this is a setup is that it was ‘leaked’ to the NYT…as well the other article (Zarif) was leaked to the Guardian. Surely this has nothing to do with JCPOA? One look at the players says it all. Where were these GOP assholes when Insane McCain was meeting with isis/al qaeda/al nusra moderate headchoppers?

  3. Both Kerry and Zarif are the democrats of their respective countries. Russian dislike for Democrats, liberals, atheists, LGBT, Muslims, Blacks, “Soros” etc has been channeled through their state sponsored media like RT for as long as i remember.
    Likud is totally their cup of tea, that’s why nothing has been done for Palestinians. And that’s why Trump was their hero.

    And if it wasn’t for Iran to drag Russia’s military in 2015 (Soleimani did it) into Syria to fend against the US military’s rape of Syria, Russia would have been out of Syria already.

  4. Russia is allowing it now. Why? Maybe because Putin don’t want to piss off Erdogan just now when he said is about to kick Americans and his bases out of Turkey soil

  5. We got the garden in. I’m setting up barrels to bring water from the lake.
    Political Zionism won, “Since 9/11”.
    Welcome to Palestine.

    Aloha

    • My guess is that the Ashkenazi occupation of Palestine will not last nearly as long as the European Crusader states did around 1100 CE. But, there’s always the Samson Option…

      Describing Israel’s Samson Option, the Israeli poet Itamar Yaoz-Kest wrote, “And yet, there is a right reserved only to us [Ashkenazim] (if indeed any human on Earth has this right): to be destroyed and to take the weary and sated world with us into non-existence, along with its wondrous libraries and heart-stirring tunes – just so, after we descend to the grave, while the ground emits radioactive rays to all four winds…”

  6. Poor Kerry, some one is taking his anger out on Kerry. On the other hand Putin has proved himself to be who he says he is. I would blame Satanyahu for all these issues, he probably can’t even sleep at nights, with that much anger and hatred who can! The worst thing afflicting Satanyahu is the Rabbis around him, pushing him all the time about preparing the way for their anti-christ to come – which he’s been promising them for years.

  7. We have much more to fear from Zionists in the USA, Christian and otherwise, than we do from Zionists in Russia. This article refers to one published on Russia Today, demanding that “Middle East US envoy, John Kerry be charged with “treason” based on the assertion that Kerry warned Iran of Israeli attacks on Syria.” It clearly states that the attacks on Kerry came from ReTrumplicans in the USA, not Putin.

    • In fact, Zionists have had it in for the Russians since way back in 965 when Sviatoslav I destroyed the Khazar city of Sarkel and the Khazar capital of Atil in the Caspian expeditions of the Rus’. A visitor to Atil wrote soon after Sviatoslav’s campaign: “The Rus’ attacked, and no grape or raisin remained, not a leaf on a branch.” The Khazars became the Ashkenazim who eventually became US neocons and the rest is history.

    • Maybe Andy could jump in here and set everyone straight about Russia supposedly being in league with Zionism.

    • Tommy, hi! I’m not an expert on the topic of Jews and their lobbies. I, let’s say, at least do not respect them personally. This is my personal opinion and I don’t have to share it. In the USSR, all peoples were the same. In the modern Russian Federation, too. Unity is our strength. Russia is home to about 160 nationalities and peoples. But they are all Russian! x

    • Sorry, i lost my phone at work in a muddy trench. Noe use friend’s untill my phone will be delivered.

  8. What are Russian intel and those with seat at the table’s view on this? How is Damascus reacting to these developments?

  9. If you’re a real Christian, you don’t need or use or threaten to use weapons of the flesh. dunno what kind of blarney he’s pulling rebuilding Orthodox Christianity … probably as tool of influence in Russia’s old sphere of influence? Maskirova for what? Why make Solzenitsyn part of the reading curriculum of the educational system if he wasn’t for real?

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