Russia marks ‘International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people’


ed note–just a lil’ something to chew on mentally the next time some self-proclaimed ‘expert’ within the ‘movement’ makes the claim that Putin/Russia are in Israel’s back pocket and that they are ‘secretly’ working for the Jews.

Yes, they are only words, but they are fighting words and are backed up with action, most notably in Syria. As America’s influence/credibility in the Middle East continues to wain–which it will, despite whatever plans Trump has on reversing this trend–look for the Russians to take a more pro-active role in pushing the Jews back behind the internationally-recognized borders that existed before 1967.

In the meantime, Russia, working alongside Iran, will continue to gnaw away at American/western dominance in the region and will begin pulling those countries currently under the thumb of western/zionist interests such as KSA, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, etc, into a Russian/Iranian sphere of influence. 


Russia marked, on Tuesday, what it described as “International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people,” with a statement from Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The message, to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, spoke of Russia’s link of “traditional relations of friendship and mutually beneficial cooperation.”

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“I would like to reaffirm Russia’s position of principle with respect to a comprehensive, fair and lasting solution to the Palestinian problem on the universal basis of international law,” Putin stated.

The solution, Putin added, should include a state based on 1967 borders as well as east Jerusalem as the capital. The state would “coexist peacefully with its neighbors.”

  1. #1 by Frederick on 11/30/2016 - 9:34

    Imagine if a US President uttered those filthy words! Oyyyyyyyyy!!

  2. #2 by Isaac on 11/30/2016 - 9:34

    If a US president uttered those beautiful words of hope, decency, justice and peace he would be killed by the Judaic Criminal Mafia

  3. #3 by bbh on 12/03/2016 - 9:34

    You think about the rest of the world what about what’s happening here we should act now on what’s happening here not violence just trying to help our country we can act on hurt but it won’t change we as a people need to change our selfe and our children out we will see the same outcome. We must learn from our past our we are doomed to reel the same outcome.

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