by Makia Freeman
July 20, 2018
The Trump-Putin Summit was a great move by Trump.
US dialogue with
Russia can only lead to safer, better world,
but the treasonous MSM
The Summit did show the emergence of, essentially,
US-Russia protectorate - Israel.
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The Trump-Putin Summit was a momentous event. It is said that the
only constant thing in the universe is change.
definitely applies to the world of geopolitics right now. In the
last few weeks, there have been some major geopolitical shifts which
will have ramifications for the immediate future of many nations in
the Middle East.
Trump continues to disrupt, starting trade wars
with China, dissing Europe, reaching out to North Korea and Russia,
and shunning Iran.
Let's take a look at the latest events, starting
with the recent Trump-Putin Summit in Helsinki, Finland, on July 16,
The Trump-Putin Summit
the US Establishment (including current military,
intelligence and political figures)
the US Congress
...heavily criticized Trump for daring to meet
Vladimir Putin and - actually - talk about the issues faced by the 2
great nuclear superpowers of the world.
As usual, whatever the MSM
says, it's best to reverse it and you'll get the closest to the
truth or closer to the message of freedom.
The sad fact is Russophobia is a 24/7 industry - but it's an
industry based on complete and utter fabrication. As CNN anchors
have admitted (caught on secret camera), it's a big "nothing
It is really quite shocking that the whole fiasco has been
dragged on this long with no evidence, but that's a testament to
corrupt nature of the MSM and the lack of critical thinking offered
by the majority of the American public.
To give you one example of
CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) head
Richard Haass said that Russia is a "rogue state" but Russia is only labeled
as such since it does not accept Washington's preeminence and
From a sane and rational perspective, the world is better and safer
when there is dialogue and diplomacy between 2 giant nuclear
superpowers, not insults, military threats and war.
I take an
independent, non-partisan view of political and world affairs,
because I align myself with principles rather than parties (or cults
I have occasionally praised and often criticized
Trump in the past, and it's all to do with how much he is standing
up for truth, freedom and peace, not which tribe he belongs to.
However, let's be clear:
in choosing to meet Putin and begin the
dialogue of finding common ground and rebuilding trust, Trump
displayed his strength and one of his best moments as president.
Yet, this very act of reaching out, of diffusing tension and of
trying to make an enemy into a friend, was labeled "treasonous" by
the MSM, while the truth is they are the traitors who are betraying
the national interest of the American public, who would clearly and
obviously benefit from peace with Russia, not war.
What follows are
excerpts from the Trump-Putin
These quotes are from Trump:
"TRUMP: Our relationship
has never been worse than it is now. However, that changed as of
about four hours ago. I really believe that.
Nothing would be easier
politically than to refuse to meet, to refuse to engage… I would
rather take a political risk in pursuit of peace than to risk
peace in pursuit of politics."
"REPORTER: Mr. President, you
tweeted this morning that it's US Foolishness, stupidity and the
Mueller probe that is responsible for the decline in US
Relations with Russia.
Do you hold Russia at all accountable for
anything in particular? If so, what would you consider them that
they are responsible for?
TRUMP: Yes, I do. I hold
both countries responsibility [responsible - Ed.].
I think the United States has been
foolish. I think we have all been foolish. We should have had
this dialogue a long time ago, a long time frankly before I got
to office. I think we're all to blame."
Now that's quite a
humble statement to make for someone who has been so arrogant at
other times in his life.
It's quite amazing that he, on behalf of
all the many
war-hawks in the US Establishment, would take
responsibility for the part of the US in the deteriorating
Trump, for all his
goodwill and strength in Helsinki, faced a barrage upon his return
to the USA, and then backtracked on his positions by saying that he
misspoke and meant to say that he couldn't see Russia wouldn't be
responsible for the hacking.
This kind of backpedaling and
pacification of the rabid Media and Congress is disappointing,
however I believe it's pretty self-evident that Trump's true opinion
on the matter of Russian hacking and Russia collusion were
represented by the several times during the summit where he stated
he didn't believe Russia had done it.
Russian hacking and
2 big fat nothing burgers.
It's incredible the
fairy tale is still going on.
The subject came up, of course,
Israel Collusion Russia
It is truly
ridiculous how the MSM focuses on the supposed
Trump-Russia collusion for
so many years, when the
Trump-Israel collusion is obvious, overwhelming,
breathtaking and treasonous in itself, since it is putting the
national interests of
the Zionist settler state ahead of the
national interests of the USA.
Trump has openly confessed that he
strives to be the most pro-Israel American president ever.
"We have worked with Israel long
and hard for many years, many decades. I think we have never,
never has any country been closer than we are."
At the summit, on
the topic of Russia collusion, Putin made the great point, as he has
in the past, that a few Russian hackers do not represent the Russian
state any more than
George Soros represents the US Government:
"PUTIN: …then the final
conclusion in this kind of dispute can only be delivered by a
trial, by the court. Not by the executive, by the law
For instance, the concord company
that is brought up is being accused, it's being accused of
interference, but this company does not constitute the Russian
It does not represent the Russian state. And I brought
several examples before.
Well, you have a lot of
individuals in the United States - take
George Soros, for
instance, with multibillion capitals, but it doesn't make him - his position, his posture
- the posture of the United States.
it does not. It's the same case. There is the issue of trying a
case in the court and the final say is for the court to deliver.
We are now talking about the
individuals and not about particular states."
consistently sided with Israel.
He has dutifully done their bidding
or given them the green light to do whatever they want, including
unilaterally pulling the US out of
the JCPOA Iran deal (as
Netanyahu boasted he told him to) and moving the US Embassy to
Jerusalem, to the chagrin of virtually the entire Arab and Muslim
loyalty to Israel is longstanding, what is interesting is Russia's
recent stance on Israel.
Is Israel the new
Israel, the New Protectorate of Both US and Russia
For much of the
Syrian War, there were some clear sides:
US-UK-France-NATO-Turkey-Saudi Arabia on one side (supporting the
Syrian rebel groups such as ISIS, Al Qaeda, Al Nusrah, White
Government on the other side (although China was not involved much)
Turkey has wavered between leaning towards the US and towards
Russia, however what has really changed these strict alliances is
Russia's recent openness to support Israel more than it has in the
"TRUMP: President Putin
also is helping Israel. We both spoke with Bibi Netanyahu. They would like to do certain
things with respect to Syria, having to do with the safety of
In that respect, we absolutely would like to work in
order to help Israel… creating safety for Israel is something
that both President Putin and I would like to see very much."
The article It's
Official - "Israel" is Now a Joint Russian-American Protectorate
highlights how Israel seems to have garnered Russia's sympathy now:
"Beyond any shadow of doubt, the
two Great Powers have made 'Israel' their joint protectorate,
and this surprising state of affairs has far-reaching
implications for not just Syria, but the entire Mideast and
The only way to sustainably secure
existence from the asymmetrical threat that Iranian forces and
their Hezbollah allies pose near the occupied Golan Heights was
for Tel Aviv to strike an indirect deal with Damascus through
Russian mediation whereby the self-proclaimed 'Jewish State'
would implicitly recognize the continued leadership of President
Assad in the Arab Republic so long as he could guarantee that
his sworn enemy's foes will be kept an uncertain distance away
from the de-facto 'border'."
Russia is now
positioning itself to be most powerful nation in determining the
outcome of the Syria War and Middle Eastern affairs:
"It's difficult - and for some,
almost painful - at first thought to even countenance 'Israel'
as being anything other than an American protectorate.
times have surely changed and Russia's
alliance with that entity is more solid than ever, with the
strength of their ties now on public display by having the US
President himself openly agree to giving his geopolitical
'competitor' joint management over his country's most valuable
piece of real estate in the world."
Conclusion: Trump-Putin Summit Good for Peace
- But are Russia-Israel
Relations Good for Peace Too?
There are some good
developments and some disturbing developments.
Trump-Putin Summit is a very positive thing. Trump making overtures
to Putin can only be better for world peace.
The same thing goes for
the Trump-Kim Summit...
As a candidate, Trump frequently professed his
admiration for Putin and his opinion that it would be far better for
the US and Russia to get along than not.
It is good to see he has
had the conviction to follow his intuition on this, against massive
opposition from his own congress, senate and intelligence community
(even if his obvious backtracking is disappointing).
At the same
time, watching Israel, one of the most aggressive and dangerous
nations in the world, now gain Russia's favor to some extent, is a
in the Middle East, things change rapidly,
so we will see what the future brings; things could be very
different again in 3-6 months.