Putin And Netanyahu Blaze Trail For Burgeoning Nationalist Movement

The strong Russian and Israeli leaders are creating the bonds needed to restore Western civilization

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin are two of the world’s most revered nationalist leaders. Although they have their naysayers such as leftists and anti-semites, these men continue to amass power and influence throughout the world while refusing to bend or break to the will of the globalist elite.

The two leaders met on Sunday to discuss issues regarding Syria. The Syrian regime, led by President Bashar al-Assad, has been bitter enemies with Israel for many years, and Israel called for regime change. However, Israel has come around to the Syrian regime because of the work of Putin and now accepts Assad’s legitimacy.

Russia recently delivered S-300 anti-aircraft missile batteries to Syria to improve their defense systems. Israel is still worried about the situation due to Syria’s alignment with Iran. Netanyahu believes that Iran is the top threat to the security of his nation as well as that of the world due to their nuclear ambitions and support of Islamic extremism.

Israel will “constantly to prevent Iran from militarily entrenching itself in Syria and to prevent it from transferring lethal weapons to Hezbollah in Lebanon,” according to Netanyahu. Recently, a Russian intelligence plane was downed by Syrian air forces, causing a spat between Russia and Israel. The new weapons systems delivered to Syria will make an occurrence like this less likely, but may also prevent Israel from targeting Iranian bases in Syria.

Regardless of this little bump in the road, Putin and Netanyahu continue to have dialogue and maintain a great deal of mutual respect for each other. Netanyahu maintains that he will “continue the important security consultations between the armies.” Putin has absolved Israel from any wrongdoing related to the downed jet.

“It looks like a chain of tragic circumstances, because the Israeli plane didn’t shoot down our jet,” Putin said.

The fact that this mishap did not jeopardize relations between the two nations, and the nationalist leaders handled it like pros shows the world exactly how diplomacy should be done. Pathetic US leaders in Washington DC – with President Donald Trump being the exception, of course – would be wise to watch and take notes.

Written by Saul Levine

Saul Levine is a contributor to The Schpiel.


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