Putin’s Rabbi Berel Lazar: Chabad Lubavitch and Putin

The Happy-Go-Lucky Jewish Group That Connects Trump and Putin: Where Trump’s real estate world meets a top religious ally of the Kremlin.

In Putin’s return, Russian Jews see stability

As Putin Becomes One of World’s Most Powerful Players, His Surprising Jewish Connection is Revealed

Putin’s Jews

At Putin’s Side, an Army of Jewish Billionaires

Arkady Rotenberg Builds Huge Air Freight Terminal at Sheremetyevo International Airport, Russia

Rothschild, bucking trend, contemplates new hires in Russia

In Tel Aviv, Putin’s German Teacher Recalls ‘Disciplined’ Student

Netanyahu says every encounter with Putin benefits Israel’s security

Brandon Martinez: Putin, Oligarchy and Alt-Media Delusion

Sean Jobst: Chabad Links Bind Alt-Media Darlings Trump and Putin

Sean Jobst: Thoughts on Vladimir Putin’s Russia

Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner

Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner Visit Lubavitcher Rebbe’s Grave

Billionaire Ally of Putin Socialized With Kushner, Ivanka Trump

From a Special Correspondent: The Right and Chabad Lubavitch

Patrik Brinkmann

Rabbi Shalom Dov Wolpo

Daniel Friberg and AltRight.com

Israelische Delegation wird am Marsch für die Freiheit teilnehmen!

Steve Bannon

After the Charlottesville debacle and the fragmentation of the Alt Right, Steve Bannon left the White House to take over the leadership at Breitbart. Here is what Bannon thinks of the crowd that helped elect Donald Trump, “Ethno-nationalism–it’s losers. It’s a fringe element. I think the media plays it up too much, and we gotta help crush it, you know, uh, help crush it more. These guys are a collection of clowns.”

Bannon will lead the unabashedly pro-Israel propaganda organ Breitbart. Here is some history on Breitbart and its founders Larry Solov and Andrew Breitbart:

Breitbart News Network: Born In The USA, Conceived In Israel

Wil S. Hyltonaug wrote in his article, “Down the Breitbart Hole”, The New York Times Magazine, (16 August 2017):

“No criticism of Breitbart irritates its leadership more than the charge of anti-Semitism. That’s partly because many of the top figures at Breitbart, including Andrew Breitbart, Larry Solov and the entire editorial team when the site relaunched in 2012 — Joel Pollak, Ben Shapiro and Alex — were all of Jewish descent, but also because a fundamental commitment on the site is to a borderline fanatical advocacy for Israel.”