Update: Russia Demonstrates Dominance of Mediterranean Sea (As Predicted)

If you pay attention to these blog posts, you’ll notice that in addition to commenting on current events, I post a “what’s next?” aspect to nearly every one (my recent post featuring a Muslim woman peeing in an infidels juice being one exception).  And, as time wears on, the “what’s next” becomes the “as predicted.”  Here’s another one.

Back on November 8, 2015, I posted a piece on this blog titled “Ironic: Israelis Protest Netanyahu’s Deal with U.S. Gas Giant…Gas They Stole from Palestine”

In that post, I predicted that one of Russia’s aims in Syria was to establish their naval dominance in the Mediterranean sea. Their goal was/is to act as a sort of gate-keeper to the transport of natural gas that Israel was about to (if not already) extract from the (stolen) Leviathan Gas fields.  In particular, I wrote:

Israel's imperialistic aims are being subdued by the Russians who are establishing their military presence in Israel's immediate neighbor country, Syria.  In particular, Russia will maintain a full naval fleet off of Syria's coast, which sits adjacent to the (stolen) Israeli Leviathan gas fields off the cost of Israel/Palestine. This gives Russia, and its allies an opportunity to insert themselves in to the gas deal between Israel and Jordan. After all, how will all that natural gas be transported between these two countries without crossing Russian-controlled waters or land?
Pictured: Syrian president Bashar al-Assad shakes hands
with Vladimir Putin of Russia in July.

My prediction was recently confirmed correct by the New York Times and Breitbart as outlined in their recent piece:  The New York Times reports: Russia flexed its muscles again over Syria on Friday, for the first time launching cruise missiles at targets from warships in the Mediterranean Sea days after beginning bombing runs from a base in Iran.

 “Taken together, the new military moves appeared to be a demonstration that Russia has the ability to strike from virtually all directions in a region where it has been reasserting its power — from Iran, from warships in the Caspian Sea, from its base in the Syrian coastal province of Latakia and now from the Mediterranean.”

With this in mind, it should come as no surprise to see Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu cozying up to Vladmir Putin who now has Israel by the purse strings via their control of natural gas transport. Note in particular that their meeting was held at the Kremlin and not in Israel, which was a pure power play on the part of the Russians.

“Israel and Russia agreed to strengthen their regional military cooperation, when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin met face-to-face in the Kremlin on Tuesday.”

“The two leaders agreed to tighten their cooperation in the fight against terrorism and stressed the importance of ending regional violence such as in Syria. They also reiterated the importance of Israel ending its short-term conflict with Turkey and its long-standing one with the Palestinians.”

What’s Next?
For now, Russia has Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Israel “locked down” in the Middle East.  This is certain to frustrate the Israelis who have been able to manipulate the United States and the Saudis to do their dirty work all these years.  But, the Saudis have been nearly conquered by the Iranians and bled dry by Israel’s never-ending terrorism plots, and are just about out of oil and gas, too!  The United States is shifting its attention to China, and an American contingent even had the audacity to develop an energy agreement with the Iranians, Israel's mortal enemy.

The Americans are doing their best to lure the Russians in to conflict in Eastern Europe as a distraction, but this still won’t allow the U.S. to unseat the Russians in Syria, nor do they intend to do so at this time.

Instead, once the new American president assumes his/her position in 2017 (it really doesn’t matter whether it’s Clinton or Trump, the net result is the same), the United States will shift gears.  They’ll begin by making an agreement with the once-forgotten Israelis, forgetting about Syria, and going straight to the heart of matters by attacking Iran.  

Such a move would be a big indication that Israel is back in play in the Middle East.  As I wrote before, Iran is one of Israel’s biggest prizes and they are more than happy to use the United States Neoconservatives and our vast military as pawns to achieve their own aims of imperialism.

I originally wrote (and, still stand by this prediction): 
“While the Israelis claim that Iran is out to get them, it is Israel who is, in fact, out to steal from Iran the same types of resources they've stolen from the Palestinians, and then exterminate their people in the process.  The Israelis have no allegiance to the United States whatsoever, despite the "aid" that the U.S. has been steadily funneling to them over the years. The Israelis 'roll their eyes' and secretly mock the Americans for our gullibility.”

As I’ve noted before, this whole Middle Eastern game is all about imperialism. Whether you're Israeli, American, a Saudi, Iranian or Russian, control of energy is the key to your oligarchy's prosperity and protection against those who seek to destroy and control.

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