As I mentioned in an earlier post, Donald Trump’s admiration for Vladimir Putin had nothing to do with the new cold war between the US and Russia. It’s all about breaking Syria-Iran-Russia alliance against US-Israel created ISIS.
Since late last year Turkey switched sides on the US-Israel war in Syria – creating a new Russia-Iran-Turkey alliance to end 5-year-old Syrian bloodshed, it has put a spanner in Zionist empire’s plan to remake a new Israel-friendly Middle East. Now Trump administration has been given the task by its Jew masters to isolate both Putin and Erdogan from anti-Israel Mullahs ruling Iran.
On February 7, Donald Trump made the first call to his Turkish counterpart president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He talked highly of Turkey’s long-standing friendship with United States and its allies in the Middle East – and partnership in NATO. Turkey is home to NATO’s largest regional military base in Incirlik with a stockpile of 87 nuclear bombs.
On February 11, Israeli press reported that to bring Erdogan back on to US side in Syria – Trump promised to open extradition file on Turkish Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is blamed by Erdogan for the 2016 military coup against his rule – an Israeli false flag operation.
On February 10, the new CIA director Mike Pompeo, an Iranophobe arrived in Ankara on his first foreign trip to discuss plans for US-Israel-Saudi Arabia-Turkey military cooperation in Syria to save the Zionist baby ISIS. He was also handed the Gulen dossier. From Ankara, Pompeo travelled to Riyadh to call on Saudi ‘royals’ to foot the future bills for Washington’s continued efforts to bring an anti-Iran regime change in Damascus.
Erdogan is much too willy to burn his bridges with the US and Israel despite all they have done to undermine his authoritarian rule and Turkey’s position among Muslims around the world. It seems Erdogan and his advisers have finally come to realize that Turkey’s membership in the anti-Muslim NATO is not helping Ankara to reign over its neighbors. Furthermore, even after trying for the last 23 years – Turkey has failed to join the exclusive Christian Club, the European Union even though 40% of Turkish territory is located in Europe.
I remember the warning given by US-Hindu professor Rajan Menon (City College of New York) in a 2007 study he prepared for Washington-based Jewish think tank Hudson Institute, entitled, Is the United States losing Turkey?
“Turkey remains a crucial US ally in the struggle against terrorism; it is a secular and democratic Muslim country; it sits atop an arc extending from Israel to Central Asia, a zone of actual or potential upheaval and war; it abuts waterways critical to the flow of commerce, particularly oil; its territory is a corridor for the strategically important Baku-Ceyhan oil pipeline; and its cooperation is key to a durable settlement in Iraq and to an effective policy to counter the challenges posed by a resurgent and potentially nuclear-armed Iran,” wrote Menon.
Professor James Petras wrote on February 9, that Donald Trump’s policies toward Israel, Iran, and the rest of the Muslim world would not be any different than his opponent Hillary Clinton or his predecessor Barack Obama (here).
As my readers know, I have warned Iranian Islamists not to put much trust in either Erdogan or Putin because both have close relationship with the Zionist regime. Late Israeli historian Dr. Israel Shahak (d. 2001) reported that Israeli leaders planned the break-up of both Syria and Iran in the early 1990s.
“Although the Russian-Turkish Strategic Partnership is getting stronger by the day, the historic gains of the past six months shouldn’t be taken for granted by Moscow. The US is noticeably trying to drive wedges between the two sides in a classic display of divide and conquer, this time declaring that it’ll back Turkey in its anti-terrorist operations around Al-Bab while knowing full well that this could possibly set the ground for Washington-Ankara vs Moscow-Damascus if Russian diplomacy isn’t successful in preempting this scenario. Moscow needs to be careful that it’s not perceived (whether rightly or wrongly) as making ‘concessions’ to Turkey in northern Syria in order to keep Ankara on its side and away from Washington, as this might fuel speculation that Russia is exploiting Syria’s sovereignty as a bargaining chip in gambling for geopolitical gains in the New Cold War,” says Andrew Korybko, Moscow-based US political analyst on February 9, 2017.
I like to end this post by quoting my favorite German blogger, Dr. Ludwig Watzal’s view of president Donald Trump:
God asks Trump: “What do you believe?”
Trump replies: “I think you’re sitting on my chair.”