Poot Promised Putz – A BIG PARADE!

Putin became a authority on World War Two as a KGB agent. He knows Dictators, and Wanna-be Dictators – WANT A BIG PARADE! Right after becoming president, Put- Putz let his fellow Americans know he has a BIG HARD-ON for a BIG PARADE. Did Poot – promise him one – before he said he was a candidate, while Putz was in Moscow at his beauty pageant? Did Putin (Poot) invite Putz to his Big Parade? We need to search the crowd.


My ex-friend is a Jew who called me a “Nazi” because he has been WOOED by his evangelical friends -for years! They know all the RELIGIOUS PROPAGANDA. They tell him he is a “Chosen Child of God”. He is not religious, but will take all the compliments he can get. I was invited to dinner at his house, and while I was left alone with a evangelical mother visting her daughter from S. Korea, she turned very aggressive, and snarled this at me;


A……Karen for Khrist?

My friend came rushing in and looked at me as if I was the trouble-maker. Christians – LOVE A STAGE AND A BIG PARADE! She heard from another evangelical friend I was a Great Cross to throw yourself upon. I was not invited to the funeral of this man’s son. This Jew took me to see the movie ‘Inglorious Bastards’. Later, I bid him to join the Israeli Army and fight ISIS – IF the Jews get around to it. I sent him my posts on the Turnverein Germans and Jews. After I sent him a post with video of the Chilean Army marching like Nazis – he called me a Nazi!

I talked to a woman who lives in another State and she told me she keeps a close eye on Governor Brown – and knows all about her. I surmised she is a member of a Right-wing Christian group – who wanted President Putz to send in our Army against the Communists of Portland. And, then he is given a Triumpher parade down Pennsylvania with members of Antifa – in cages! Putin – got it! Did he ask our President’s help in the De-Nazification of Ukraine. The problem is, the Bad Guys – are Jews. There are 300,000 Jews in the Ukraine. No problem. Trump will aline them with the Democrats. With a Biden!

Here is the BIG QUESTION real history ask – in the future……

“Why didn’t all those good Christian Republicans at CPAC ask David Trump to intervene and ask his good bud to – PULL OUT – and stop fucking the people of Ukraine? Why aren’t evangelical leaders stepping to the plate as Zelensky asks fellow Jews in Israel to intermediate? Do they have a vested interest in Zelensky – losing? How about, they are keen on – PUTIN WINNING? How about, most Christians are not interested in World Peace – anymore?”

John Presco

In a major shift, Germany will send weapons to Ukraine (msn.com)

VIENNA (AP) — In a significant shift, the German government said Saturday it will send weapons and other supplies directly to Ukraine, which is fighting to keep Russia from invading its capital city. Germany is also ready to also support some restrictions of the SWIFT global banking system for Russia, officials said.

Germany’s chancellery announced Saturday evening that it will send 1,000 anti-tank weapons and 500 “Stinger” surface-to-air missiles to Ukraine “as quickly as possible.”

“The Russian invasion of Ukraine marks a turning point. It threatens our entire post-war order,” German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said in a statement. “In this situation, it is our duty to help Ukraine, to the best of our ability, to defend itself against Vladimir Putin’s invading army.”

The news came shortly after the German economy and climate ministry said in a Saturday evening statement that Germany is allowing the Netherlands to ship 400 German-made anti-tank weapons to Ukraine. The government has also approved the shipment of 9 D-30 howitzers and ammunition originally from Estonia.

Russia sees military coordination with Israel on Syria continuing (msn.com)

Russia sees its military coordination with Israel over Syria continuing, the Russian embassy said on Saturday, after Moscow signaled displeasure with Israeli statements about the Ukraine crisis.

Russia cannot allow Ukraine to become a dagger raised above us in the hands of Washington,” Naryshkin said in a video on state television, according to the New York Times. “The special military operation will restore peace in Ukraine within a short amount of time and prevent a potential larger conflict in Europe.”

While calling for Ukrainian forces to stand down, Putin on Thursday justified his attacks on the country by saying he was acting to prevent a genocide against Russian speakers and intending for the “demilitarization and de-Nazification of Ukraine.”

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Russia-Ukraine war: Embassy in Israel removes post calling on Israelis to join fight

The post was removed not long after Ambassador Korniychuk said his staff had already ‘started gathering volunteers’ and was particularly interested in combat medics

A demonstrator holds up a sign showing the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin made to resemble Nazi Germany’s Adolf Hitler during a protest in front of the Russian embassy in the Israeli on 26 February (AFP)


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Published date: 26 February 2022 20:22 UTC | Last update: 1 hour 29 mins ago

The Ukraine Embassy in Israel removed a post to Facebook that had called on Israelis and other volunteers to register to join the fight against invading Russian troops.  

“All our compatriots, interested Israeli citizens and citizens of other countries now in Israel. The embassy has begun compiling a list of volunteers interested in participating in the fight against Russian aggression,” the post, made on Saturday, had said. 

The embassy asked anyone in Israel who wanted “to participate in defense of Ukraine from Russian aggression” to send an email including their name, citizenship, date of birth, foreign passport number, military specialty and contact information to a gmail account under “defendUKRinISR”. 

The post was taken down briefly after it was shared, however.

Ukraine’s embassy in Israel did not respond to Middle East Eye’s request for comment by the time of this article’s publication, but Israel’s Haaretz newspaper reported that the post was removed after Ambassador Yevgen Korniychuk told its reporters that his staff had already “started gathering volunteers”.

During his statements, Korniychuk said that he was particularly interested in combat medics.

In recent days, Ukraine opened enrollment to its armed forces to civilians of any age and has barred all male citizens between the ages of 18 and 60 from fleeing the country. 

Ukraine asks Israel to mediate

Earlier on Saturday, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky called Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and asked Israel to mediate a ceasefire with Russia, the New York Times reported, quoting Korniychuk.

Korniychuk said that Zelensky asked Israel to host the talks. Meanwhile, Ukraine reportedly refused Moscow’s proposal to hold talks in Belarus, its ally and a shared neighbour, which is facilitating Russia’s invasion.

Israel has 1.2 million citizens – about 15 percent of its total population – who speak Russian. On Wednesday, Israel made its first official statement on the crisis, saying it “supports the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine”. 

Russia responded by slamming Israel over its occupation of areas of the Golan Heights “that are an inalienable part of Syria”. 

Hundreds of protesters have gathered in front of the Russian embassy in Tel Aviv to condemn its invasion of Ukraine. 

Still, Russia said on Saturday that military coordination with Israel over Syria would continue. 

Demonstrators carry placards and flags during a protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, outside the Russian Embassy in Tel Aviv, on February 24, 2022. (Tomer Neuberg/Flash90)

JTA — Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid have run a fairly cohesive foreign policy, despite occupying different points on the Zionist spectrum.

The day Russia invaded Ukraine was a stark exception.

Lapid, ensconcing Israel In the West, forthrightly condemned Russia. Bennett, wary of inserting Israel into a no-win conflict, effectively said the war was none of the country’s business.

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The differences exposed the perils Israel faces as war once again rips through the European continent: side with the Western ethos that Israel has embraced since its inception, or mind the Russian behemoth that looms on Israel’s doorstep, in Syria.

“The Russian attack on Ukraine is a serious violation of international order,” Lapid said at a press conference and at noon Thursday on Twitter. “Israel condemns the attack.”

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Bennett issued his first statement on the war late Thursday night, and spoke of planning evacuations of Israelis from the region, assisting those Jews who want to leave and offering humanitarian assistance. He did not assign blame or fault, saying only that there would be “continued regular discussions and assessments of the situation to evaluate future consequences (to the extent that there are any) for Israel.”

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett addresses officer cadets, on February 24, 2022. (Amos Ben Gershom/GPO)

In a speech earlier in the day to an army officers’ graduating class, excerpts of which he posted on Twitter, Bennett articulated the philosophy that undergirded his reluctance to take sides. “These times teach us that, to our regret, wars between armies are not a thing of the past,” he said. “The world is a lot less stable, and our region changes daily.” He did not mention Russia.

The omission frustrated Natan Sharansky, a former Prisoner of Zion , or political prisoner, of the Soviet Union who has served as an Israeli Cabinet minister and headed the Jewish Agency for Israel.



Speaking to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency after a day of appearances on Israeli media, Sharansky said he felt like Don Quixote fending off journalists and others who wondered why Israel should get involved.

“On all the panels and all the interviews I was usually in the minority of one who says that we have to take the world’s position,” he said.

Natan Sharansky, on June 24, 2018. (Hadas Parush/Flash90)

Sharansky said he understood what concerned his interlocutors: He would want Israel to supply Ukraine with the anti-missile defensive systems that served Israel well during wars with Hamas and Hezbollah. His critics ask how that would play in Russia, which has been keeping Syria, Israel’s enemy, from procuring similar systems.

That didn’t make it any less important for Israel to provide a moral voice, he said. “I felt quite embarrassed in the last days that at this critical moment of the future of the world — at this moment of moral clarity, Israel is not ready to say it clearly,” he said. Hearing Lapid speak was a relief, he said. “It was really wonderful.”

Shalom Lipner, a senior fellow for Middle East programs at the Atlantic Council, said Russia’s presence in Syria since 2015 — Russia helped its client, the Assad regime, quell a civil uprising — meant Israel had to tread carefully.

In this file photo taken on Friday, March 4, 2016, Russian Su-27 fighter jets and Su-34 bomber, right in the back, are parked at Hemeimeem air base in Syria. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin, File)

“It certainly has concerns about deconfliction with Russia,” said Lipner, who served as a staffer to multiple Israeli prime ministers. “They’re active in this neighborhood.”



Israel, for instance, has to get Russian clearance to fly over Syria, said Jonathan Schanzer, the senior vice president at the Foundation for  Defense of Democracies.

“Russia controls the airspace in Syria,” he said. “Israel sees the need to continue to conduct operations in Syria to combat Iranian smuggling [of weapons to its Lebanese client Hezbollah] and other malign activity and it needs at a minimum tacit approval from the Kremlin. So it will find that its hands are tied, so long as it prioritizes these military operations.”

Israel’s self-perceived role as a protector of Jews comes into play as well, Lipner said. “The whole piece about having substantial Jewish communities in both countries —  nobody’s looking to burn that bridge,” he said. Additionally, there is a substantial minority of Israelis with Russian citizenship who would have a stake in preserving the robust economic relationship that has developed between the countries.

People with Ukrainian and Israeli flags approach a memorial to victims of the 1941 Nazi massacre of Jews in Babi Yar in Kiev, Ukraine, on Friday, April 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

Scott Lasensky, an Obama administration State Department official who is now a professor of Israel studies at the University of Maryland, said Israelis are predisposed to viewing Putin kindly because of his philosemitism — a friendliness toward Jews that upends centuries of antisemitic hostility from the tsars and then the Soviets.

He recalled Putin visiting Israel in 2014, and meeting with his German language tutor, a Jewish woman who emigrated to Israel. (Putin would have needed German as a KGB officer stationed in East Germany.) “They wowed Putin,” Lasensky said of the Israeli government.

“It’s a different kind of relationship, and they’ve kept it on the warm side,” Lasensky said, noting that Russia allows Israelis visa-free travel, which the United States does not.

Notably, in 2014, when the US spurred a United Nations General Assembly resolution condemning Russia’s seizure of Crimea from Ukraine, Israel absented itself, breaking its practice of voting with the US even on the most obscure issues.

Gratitude for favorable treatment while ignoring abuses like the full-scale invasion of a peaceful neighbor is a mark of the “Court Jew,” said Sharansky, and is not becoming of a Jewish state.



“We are at a stage of history where we have a state — cannot afford for our state to become a ‘Court state,’” Sharansky said. “This leader is challenging all the principles of the free world. All those values that the Jewish state is built on. And we cannot simply be silent and say ‘thank you for what you’re doing’ without damage.”

Lasensky also referred to the Court Jew — the go-between who would plead his community’s case to the authorities.

“There are elements of classic Jewish political orientation called ‘shtadlanut,’” a Hebrew term that means “intercessor,” he said. “It’s a sort of quietism that reinforces the dilemma of being a small state” between superpowers.

Sharansky also identified a tension among Zionists that predates the state.

Smoke rises from an air defense base in the aftermath of an apparent Russian strike in Mariupol, Ukraine, on Thursday, February 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka)

Lapid, who leads the Yesh Atid (“There is a Future”) Party, embodies the left-leaning secular Zionism that shaped Israel from its founding until the 1970s. In that era, Israel regarded itself as an equal among the nations of the world, eager to engage with the crises and triumphs of the international world order, just like any other nation.

Bennett, who leads the Yamina (“Right-wing”) Party, represents the religious and nationalist Zionism that has prevailed for all but a few of the last 45 years, one that perceives Israel’s role as above all protecting Jews, even at the cost of alienating allies.

Lipner said Israel would eventually have to join the West, which is where it has staked much of its fortunes throughout its existence. “There’s no viable role of ‘good cop, bad cop,’” of Israel telling the Russians one thing and contradicting itself the next day, he said. “There’s no siding with Russia against the entire West.”



Lapid and Bennett have already pledged humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. Beyond that, Sharansky said, Israel should be prepared to join the sanctions the Biden administration expects from its allies.

Schanzer said Israel could also play a low-key role with its proven abilities in cyber warfare. “Their prowess in the cyber realm is well known,” he said. “And there is great fear of a Russian cyberattack or multiple cyberattacks in response to sanctions or other measures taken by the West. So there could be ways that Israel could be the eyes and ears, if not the shield, of its Western allies.”

Schanzer also said Israel might serve as an interlocutor — the rare country that enjoys good relations with Russia and the US. “I don’t know if Israel wants that role, but Israel actually would be considered a neutral party,” he said.

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