Putin to Israel: “The Game is Over”

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
March 21, 2017

There is nothing more anti-Semitic than guarding your face when a Jew starts punching. The Russian government – which has been patient with Israel in order to avoid antagonizing Zionist-run America – is now beginning to ask Jews who the hell they think they are. It’s anotha’ Shoah!

Donald Trump’s vow to avoid expending US resources and lives on unnecessary engagements is a huge blow to Zion, as keeping the Middle East in a perpetual state of catastrophe and instability is in the national interest of Israel. This reduced confidence in America committing to a suicidal war on their behalf has thankfully emboldened Israel’s victims to start defending themselves.

The situation in Syria right now has more story arcs than a Guy Ritchie film: ISIS and Al Qaeda under attack from Trump’s America, Iran and Putin’s Russia, CIA-backed Kurds together with Iranian supported Shi’ite militias battling Jihadists and Turkey while the Kurds also settle in for a future clash with Assad, and Israel swooping in time and time again to help terrorists overrun the Syrian Army near Russian outposts to try and keep their border “safe.” At the same time, Hezbollah is preparing to repel another invasion by Israel in Lebanon.

How all these really confusing threads will tie together with the war winding down will be interesting, and potentially lead to a global crisis. The audacity of the Israeli state can’t be explained aside from Jews wanting a World War. The tilt in the power balance means Jews may have to start respecting their regional neighbors, and they would much rather the world go up in nuclear mushrooms clouds than have to respect the rights of a Gentile.

US News & World Report:

The Russian government summoned the Israeli ambassador to explain his country’s air raids in Syria, the Guardian has learned.

The summons of Gary Koren was made on Friday, and has been confirmed by Russia’s foreign ministry. Tel Aviv’s man in Moscow was asked to defend a recent firefight between Syrian government forces and Israeli jets. Mikhail Bogdanov, the Russian deputy foreign minister, said his government had “expressed concern”.

On Sunday, however, Israel’s second-ranking official threatened to wipe out the air force of Assad, Moscow’s ally.

“The next time the Syrians use their air defense systems against our airplanes, we will destroy all of them without thinking twice,” Avigdor Lieberman, the defense minister, told public radio.

Bashar al-Jaafari, the Syrian ambassador to the United Nations, insisted on Sunday that the military response was appropriate, and “in line with Israel’s terrorist operation.”

The ambassador said the Kremlin’s meeting with Israel was a stern reprisal. He said that Putin had communicated, as far as Israeli involvement in Syria is concerned, that the “game is over.”

“Putin sent a clear message,” Jaafari said on Syrian television. “The fact is that the Israeli ambassador [to Russia] was summoned for a conversation only a day after he submitted his credentials [to the Russian Foreign Ministry last Thursday], and was told categorically that this game is over.

Tfw the game is over

The only reason Jews push is because people have always been afraid of pushing back. Trump doesn’t take bribes from Jews so he is much less likely to start a war over somebody telling a Jew to stop misbehaving. Syria defending itself from Israeli incursions is a promising development, and Russia’s reprimand will likely moderate Israel’s hubris.

If not, then Putin should teach them a lesson. If Israel insists on a war, turn them into a crater. A country that is the size of New Jersey be behaving like it is some kind of world power can be thumped back to reality after a couple of RS-28 Sarmats are dropped on Tel Aviv. If the Zionists have a death wish, be a Genie for the Sheeny!

The Daily Stormer Editorial Board calls on Russia to draw a red line in Syria. Next Israeli aircraft that enters Syrian air space must be immediately shot down, or these terrorist attacks will continue.