The Psychology of Zionist Bloodbath


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…by Jonas E. Alexis

CAROLINE-GLICKEighteenth-century English playwright and poet William Congreve, who befriended Jonathan Swift in college, intoned in The Mourning Bride: “Heav’n has no rage, like love to hatred turn’d, nor hell a fury, like a woman scorned.[1]
This line seems to describe Caroline B. Glick of the Jerusalem Post, who has declared that Iran is “the genocidal, nuclear weapons-developing mullocracy”[2]in the Middle East.
According to Glick, if Iran does not suspend all its uranium enrichment—yes, Glick means all—then Iran is “a dangerous foe…”[3]
Glick concludes, “Israel is alone. We have no diplomatic option. No matter what Israel says, no matter what it does, neither the US nor any other Western power is ever going to be convinced to take the only step that would set back Iran’s nuclear program – bombing its nuclear installations. No matter what, neither Obama nor any European leader will ever support an Israeli military strike on Iran’s nuclear installations.”[4]
Jonathan S. Tobin of Commentary comes to similar conclusions.[5] Sheldon Adelson is currently going around saying that the U.S. needs to literally nuke Iran, and America’s most popular rabbi, Shmuley Boteach, seems to endorse Adelson.[6] (Adelson and the Zionist regime are mad because the U.S. has not attacked Syria or Iran[7] and that Obama seems to be a little optimistic about Iran’s current leadership.[8])

Shmuley Boteach and Sheldon Adelson
Shmuley Boteach and Sheldon Adelson

First of all, if Iran is that “genocidal,” how is it that it is Israel and the Zionist regime both in America and the United Kingdom, not Iran, that have used white phosphorus on civilian populations in Iraq and other places?[9]
If Iran is that mad, how is it that it is Israel, not Iran, that has continued to ethnically and literally wipe out the Palestinians since 1948?[10] How is it that it is Israel, not Iran, that has continued to steal Palestinian lands?[11] How is it that this fact has been acknowledged by Jewish journalists?[12] How is it that is the Zionist regime in American that has continued to kill large numbers of civilians with drone strikes?
Did Iran send a 6 trillion-dollar bill to the West by invading Iraq and Afghanistan? Has Iran infiltrated countries such as Romania like the Israeli Mafia has done?[13] Does Iran have a political platform in the New York Times where they can lambaste the Palestinians, like Israel’s minister of intelligence and international affairs Yuval Steinitz does?[14] Does Iran have the political force to ridicule Christians in movies such as We Are What We Are, Carrie, etc.?


ZionismBoth the U.S. and Britain will be carrying the scars of the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and Syria for decades. And the Iraqis have already been juiced quite thoroughly by the neoconservatives who largely pushed the invasion in the first place.
When all is said and done, the Iraqis were left with the Zionist pulp—in this case half a million dead corpses.[15] More corpses are being piled up like dead fish in the same country virtually every single day.[16]
Some Iraqis are even scared to leave their homes because of the daily violence.[17] NBC itself tells us that “hundreds of thousands of Iraqis died of illness as war ravaged nation’s support system, study says.”[18] After ten years in Iraq, NBC again declares that Iraq is still a disaster.[19] After ten years, soldiers are still asking, “Was it all worth it?”[20]
In other words, the Zionist Juicing Factory has created havoc across the Middle East. It has also caused indirect consequences at home. When Veterans come back from the war, the typical response is, “We don’t hire your kind.”[21]
Meanwhile, the federal government has been bleeding “at the rate of $1.5 trillion a year” since July of 2011, and the nation spends at least $700 million a year on the military.[22]
But those who have made a mess in Iraq are still living lavishly and enjoying their Zionist heaven on earth. Condoleezza Rice for example has shifted her political career to college football,[23] while Iraqi parents are still weeping for their children and country. As writer Justin Doolittle puts it,
“This is a recurring pattern in American political life. Those who serve as secretary of state, the supreme Cabinet position in American government, are almost wholly exonerated for their roles in the foreign policy disasters of the administrations in which they served, despite having almost unrivaled influence over decision making.”[24]
Recently, the U.S. has moved on to an aggressive expansion in Africa, spending hundreds and millions of dollars on a so-called war on terror.[25]
In Europe, The Zionist Juicing Factory is even stronger when it comes to academic studies. For example, questioning the Holocaust in countries such as Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Switzerland, and Romania are crimes against the Factory. The same Factory wants to pass the same law in Italy.[26]
There is more: the Daily Mail has put out an article entitled, “Polish Town Tears Down Statue Marking the Rapes of Millions of German Women by Russian Soldiers.”[27]


But many of the West’s children are beginning to feel that they have been juiced quite thoroughly in the Zionist factory. USA Today reported a few weeks ago, “Four out of 5 U.S. adults struggle with joblessness, near-poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives, a sign of deteriorating economic security and an elusive American dream.”[28]
One of the first victims is David Thomas of the British newspaper The Telegraph. He writes:
“The middle classes can no longer afford the houses and schools that their parents did – and the future looks even more squeezed for their children….For the first time in a century, the middle classes are becoming worse off…
“It has been at least 20 years since I realized that, even though I was earning more than my father had ever made in his life, I could never hope to afford to live in a house like the one I grew up in, nor give my children the kind of education he provided for me and my sisters.”[29]
Thomas concludes,
“What is happening to the middle class is happening to 99 per cent of the rest of the population, too. Anyone outside the gilded 1 per cent is seeing their relative position decline. That’s an awful lot of people looking ahead and seeing less, rather than more, on the horizon. And, no matter what class you belong to, that’s not a healthy prospect for anyone.”[30]
Thomas is not the first individual to have felt that he was juiced.
The NSA, as we have seen in previous articles, is an Israeli cell and has been involved in juicing virtually all the Western world. Frenchmen probably thought that they were safe from the NSA.
dees2But it has been revealed that the NSA spied on millions upon millions of decent French citizens.[31] In just 30 days, the NSA recorded 70 million French calls.[32] Who was behind all of this? You guessed it: Israel.[33] Keep in mind that the NSA and Israel are two sides of the same coins.[34] The Daily Mail has reported:
“Israel and not America was behind the hacking of millions of French phones…Intelligence officials Bernard Barbier and Patrick Pailloux travelled from Paris to Washington to demand an explanation, but the Americans hinted that the Israelis were to blame.
“The Americans insisted they have never been behind any hacking in France, and were always keen to get on with the French, whom they viewed as some of their closest allies.
A note published in Le Monde shows that the Americans refused to rule out Mossad, Israel’s notoriously uncompromising intelligence agency, or the ISNU, Israel’s cyber-intelligence unit.
“Le Monde’s article, co-authored by U.S. journalist Glenn Greenwald, whose main contact is NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, however, hints that the Israelis were doing the spying.
A 2008 NSA note says that the Israelis are ‘excellent partners in terms of sharing information’, but it also says that Mossad is ‘the third most aggressive intelligence service in the world against the United States.’”[35]
In just one month, the same company spied on nearly 125 million phone calls worldwide.[36] French citizens, of course, were outraged and demanded an explanation.[37] Glenn Greenwald has declared that the French government worked with the NSA on spying on French citizens.
Greenwald also said that “the American government spies indiscriminately on Africa…”[38]
In short, there is not a single continent in the world that is exempt from the NSA’s covert operation. As Greenwald puts it,
“The general revelation that the objective of the NSA is literally the elimination of global privacy: ensuring that every form of human electronic communication – not just those of The Terrorists – is collected, stored, analyzed and monitored.”[39]
There is more: the NSA hacked into the email account of former president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon.[40] But Calderon was hardly the only person to have become an obvious pulp of the Zionist Juicing Factory.
British newspapers The Independent and the Guardian have declared that the NSA has been listening to the private conversations of at least thirty-five world leaders,[41] and Spiegel declared that Angela Merkel was not exempt from this covert activity.[42]
Moreover, the NSA has been spying on Merkel since 2002.[43] Obama himself knew that the NSA was snooping on Merkel since 2010.[44] And the White House declared that spying on allies is not going to stop any time soon.[45]
How does the Obama administration respond? White House press secretary James Caney declared that U.S. eavesdropping “protects us and protects our allies.”[46] That’s worse than stupid. How are you going to protect someone by snooping on them?
Another report claimed, “President Barack Obama personally authorized the phone tapping of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s mobile because he wanted to ‘know everything’ about the world’s most powerful woman…”[47]
Not a single serious politician in Europe and America has been happy about this.[48] When Kerry went to Europe to discuss Mideast peace, what he got in return was “an earful of outrage over U.S. snooping abroad.”[49] One unnamed NSA official has recently said,
“We’re really screwed now. You know things are bad when the few friends you’ve got disappear without a trace in the dead of night and leave no forwarding address.”[50]
Yet even after all this debacle, you would think that some politician or important figure would say that the NSA ought to shut down its covert program.  Decent folks such as Alan Grayson have tried to challenge the NSA, but their political powers are weak.[51]
There is another aspect of the NSA debacle that has not been fully addressed in Europe. Glenn Greenwald points out, why would the entire world allow the United States to target Edward Snowden, if Snowden has actually shown that the Zionist Juicing Factory has been spying on them? Greenwald writes,

“If the German and French governments – and the German and French people – are so pleased to learn of how their privacy is being systematically assaulted by a foreign power over which they exert no influence, shouldn’t they be offering asylum to the person who exposed it all, rather than ignoring or rejecting his pleas to have his basic political rights protected, and thus leaving him vulnerable to being imprisoned for decades by the US government?
“Aside from the treaty obligations these nations have to protect the basic political rights of human beings from persecution, how can they simultaneously express outrage over these exposed invasions while turning their back on the person who risked his liberty and even life to bring them to light?”[52]

More importantly, the NSA spies on virtually everyone, but when only one person spies on the NSA, they try to destroy that person. Zionist puppet David Cameron in particular tried to force the Guardian to destroy hard files which revealed the NSA’s covert operations. They did destroy some of those files.[53]
What is even more pathetic is that Robert Spencer of the neoconservative FrontPage Magazine declares that “the chief opponents” of the effort to shut down the NSA’s covert activity
“have been Leftist and Islamic supremacist groups that have opposed every counter-terror measure that has ever been proposed, as well as libertarian groups that persist in the delusion that if American power is removed from Muslim countries, the jihad against the U.S. will cease.”[54]
As the old saying goes, there are none so blind than those who refuse to see. But Max Boot of the neoconservative magazine Commentary is even more laughable here. He writes,
“I have a word of advice for American allies outraged by alleged NSA spying on their leaders: Grow up. That means you Germany. You too France. And you, Brazil. Mexico too. Also the EU and the UN.”[55]
One does not know whether to laugh or cry. Here is a company that violates the privacy of virtually every citizen around the globe, but now Boot tells Germany, France, Brazil, Mexico, the EU, the UN to grow up!
Boot, though he went to Yale, cannot see that statements like this have the power to provoke anti-Jewish reactions.
It was Boot who wrote a few months ago that Snowden “is not so willing to accept the consequences of his actions”[56] because Snowden spied on the NSA and revealed it to the world. Boot even moved on to call Snowden “ignorant and delusional…”[57] Should Snowden tell Boot to grow up?
Moreover, if Snowden is delusional, then dozens upon dozens of Western politicians are in the same category because they agree with Snowden that the NSA has no business of spying on their private conversations.
Boot piled up one contradiction after another by saying, “Far from striking a blow for political liberty and freedom of expression, [Snowden] is unwittingly helping the most illiberal individuals in the world–jihadist terrorists–to more effectively attack us.”[58]
But Boot has been writing for months that the U.S. and other Western powers need to support the Syrian rebels/terrorists![59] For example, he wrote last June:
“If the U.S. and our allies–Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Britain, France, Jordan, and others–were to step up aid to the rebels, providing everything from air cover to arms, the balance of power would tip against Assad again.”[60]
Just recently, the Washington Post itself declares that the NSA “is harvesting hundreds of millions of contact lists from personal e-mail and instant messaging accounts around the world…”[61] It gets even more interesting:
“The NSA has not been authorized by Congress or the special intelligence court that oversees foreign surveillance to collect contact lists in bulk, and senior intelligence officials said it would be illegal to do so from facilities in the United States…
“Because of the method employed, the agency is not legally required or technically able to restrict its intake to contact lists belonging to specified foreign intelligence targets…”[62]
The NSA was also instrumental in using drone strikes in the Middle East. At least 400 civilians have been reported to have lost their lives in drone strikes,[63] and the UN has admitted that this probably violated international law.[64] Amnesty International came to the same conclusion.[65] One shopkeeper in Pakistan by the name of Nazeer Gul lamented:
“The drones are like the angels of death. Only they know when and where they will strike.”[66]
Even CNN itself acknowledged last March: “Farmers are on their way to tend their crops when a missile slams into their midst, thrusting shrapnel in all directions. A CIA drone, flying so high that the farmers can’t see it, has killed most of them. None of them were militants. Such attacks by U.S. drones are common… ”[67]
And get this: “for every Yemen terrorist US drones kill, 40-60 new enemies are created.”[68]
Mark Marzetti of the New York Times itself declares, “The CIA, over the last 12 years, has very much been back in the business of killing. Since the September 11 attacks, the CIA has gradually transformed into very much of a paramilitary organization. It’s the military, it’s the spy services, it’s private companies that have in many ways created this new state where they can carry out these secret missions and secret eavesdropping”[69]
Now here is the funny part: Dianne Feinstein has declared that the NSA is “not surveillance”![70] How stupid can we be?
What we are seeing here is that once the West has signed a pack with the Zionist Juicing Factory, the West has inexorably lost its political, intellectual and economic savor. The Associated Press has recently declared that “the United States is losing its way in the struggle against terrorism.”[71]

The answer is very simple: Zionism cannot exist without terrorism. So long that Zionism remains politically powerful, there will always be terrorism.


GatorsIf the Western world is not being juiced by the NSA, then the average American is being juiced by the Capitalist system, an issue we shall discuss quite thoroughly in due time. One woman who has been juiced by that system is a lawyer in Washington Square
“who has been ‘unhappy for 10 years now’ because in the process of appropriating her labor the law firm which employed her appropriated her life as well. Her troubles began, she tells her friend, when a new partner joined the firm. The new partner felt that every client had the right to a legal brief the very next day, no matter how complicated.
“His advent at the firm meant that the then young lady lawyer began a series of 18-hour days which have continued to the present. She would get home at midnight and have a cheese sandwich just before going to bed for the five hours of sleep that would allow her to be at her desk the next day at 6:00 AM.
“‘One night,’ she told her friend, ‘I became home at midnight and was eating my cheese sandwich on the sofa when I burst into tears.’ Because of her hours she had not gone to a party in months; she had not met anyone as a result; as a result, she had not gotten married; she had not had children; now she was in her mid-40s and it was too late to have children. The New York Labor Juicer had sucked her dry.”[72]
Literally thousands upon thousands of decent folk in Greece probably have similar stories. A new legislation “will put 12,500 public-sector staff, mostly teachers and municipal workers, in a program that subjects them to involuntary transfers and possible dismissals. It will also pave the way for 15,000 layoffs by the end of next year.”[73]


iraq-war-dead-childThe NSA has suspended the U.S. Constitution by violating the privacy of U.S. citizens and the privacy of much of the world,[74] but all that Jewish witches’ brew does not give Glick a second thought. Once again, has Iran collected over four hundred thousand contact lists every day from Yahoo, as the NSA does?[75] There’s more bad news. Noted scholar Joy Gordon of Fairfield University writes:
“Iranian-Americans, who are allowed under U.S. law to send money to elderly parents in Iran, cannot find any bank in the United States or Europe that will wire the funds.
“Charities that raised money for emergency relief in response to the devastating 2012 earthquake in northern Iran were turned down by dozens of banks as they tried to send the funds to Iran — even though they had a license from the U.S. Treasury Department.
“Iranians attempting to download software, such as Adobe Acrobat or MacAfee AntiVirus, find the websites blocked. Pharmaceutical companies with contracts to sell medicine and medical equipment to Iran — quite legally — find that no shipping company will carry these goods, and no bank will accept payment from Iran.
“The result is that Iranians who want to pay their children’s college tuition abroad, or Iranian-Americans who want to send money to elderly relatives, have to carry suitcases with tens of thousands of dollars across borders.
“The most effective medicines to treat cancer and AIDS, which are manufactured only by Western pharmaceutical companies, can no longer be gotten within Iran. Ordinary commerce, as a matter of necessity, is now deeply dependent on the international criminal network in order to function at all.
“This has come about because the sanctions on Iran are designed to cripple its entire energy sector, all of its imports and exports, and access to the international financial system. And the U.S. enforcement has been so aggressive that companies do not want to risk even legal business transactions with Iran.
“The results have been devastating for the Iranian population, triggering a collapse of industry, skyrocketing inflation, and massive unemployment. As the rich and politically-connected prosper under sanctions, Iran’s middle class has disappeared, and even access to food and medicine has been compromised.”[76]
The United States did the same thing in Iraq from 1990 to 2003.[77] After years of virtually crippling the Iranian economy, Israel wants the West to take a tougher stand. But the Israeli newspaper Haaretz has told us that “Israel’s calls for a tough stance on Iran are falling on near deaf ears.”[78] Let us hope that it will continue to be the case.
As it turns out, Glick is trying to have it both ways in her own intellectually promiscuous mind. If she wants to be honest, perhaps she should listen to what the New York Times itself has said about a similar issue:
fourthousandustroops“If Syria actually disarms, what about Egypt and Israel? Egypt (about whose chemical weapons the United States has been strangely silent) points to Israel. And Israel of course has its own chemical weapons to deter Syria’s and Egypt’s, and it is not about to give them up. A headline in the Israeli daily Haaretz a few days ago stated:
“Israel adamant it won’t ratify chemical arms treaty before hostile neighbors.
“These three countries have not adhered to the Biological Weapons Convention either. And Israel is not a member of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, despite having developed a formidable nuclear arsenal of its own…
“While the world endlessly discusses Iran’s nuclear capabilities and the likelihood that it will succeed in developing an atomic arsenal, hardly anyone in the United States ever mentions Israel’s nuclear weapons.
“Mr. Obama, like his predecessors, pretends that he doesn’t know anything about them. This taboo impedes discussions within Washington and internationally…. Everyone knows the Israelis have nuclear bombs. ”[79]


iraq-war-victimsOne of the first reasonable steps in deconstructing the Zionist power is that America, as former CIA Michael Scheuer recently puts it, needs to “dump the Israelis tomorrow.”[80]
Scheuer continues, “Our relationship to Israel causes dead Americans and enormous expenses in fighting Muslism.”[81] (Stephen M. Walt of Harvard comes to similar conclusions.[82])
The second step is to weaken the Zionist power at home. This can be accomplished primarily through education and reasoned principles, not through anger, bitterness, or even hatred toward those who embrace the wicked ideology.
We have to keep in mind that people can change, and some people embrace the Zionist doctrine because they do not have a viable option. Others embrace it because it is a lucrative industry.
We must also keep in mind that those who are of the truth will ally themselves with it. And if you are a person who likes logical deduction and rational inferences, start deconstructing things like contradictions and double standards whenever you get into a discussion about Zionism.
Lastly, always remember that truth will triumph in the end.  We know that the Zionist power is strong, but that is not a reason to despair. Proclaim the truth in love wherever you are. It will bring fruit! The Zionist power does not have the intellectual rigor and mechanism to survive.

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[1] William Congreve, The Mourning Bride: A Tragedy (Dublin: Shakespeare’s Head, 1753), 46.
[2] Caroline Glick, “Column One: Israel and the New Munich,” Jerusalem Post, October 17, 2013.
[3] Ibid.
[4] Ibid.
[5] Jonathan S. Tobin, “Will Israel Strike Iran? Iraq is No Precedent,” Commentary, October 22, 2013.
[6] Maya Shwayder, “Adelson: US Should Drop Atomic Bomb on Iran,” Jerusalem Post, October 24, 2013.
[7] Steven M. Walt, “Playing Card to Get in the Middle East,” Foreign Policy, October 28, 2013.
[8] Ben Wolfgang, “Dick Cheney: Military Action Against Iran May Be Inevitable,” Washington Times, October 27, 2013.
[9] Jackie Spinner, Karl Vick, and Omar Fekeiki, “U.S. Forces Battle Into Heart of Fallujah,” Washington Post, November 10, 2004; “U.S. General Defends Phosphorus Use,” BBC, November 30, 2005; “UK Used White Phosphorus in Iraq,” BBC, November 16, 2005.
[10] For further studies, see for example Ilan Pappe, A History of Modern Palestine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007);Ilan Pappe, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (London: Oneworld Publications, 2007); Ilan Pappe, The Forgotten Palestinians (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011); Benny Morris, 1948: A History of the First Arab-Israeli War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008); Eugene L. Rogan and Avi Shlaim, ed., The War for Palestine: Rewriting the History of 1948 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001); Zeev Sternhell, The Founding Myths of Israel (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998).
[11] See for example Spencer Ho, “Settlement Construction Rate Rises 70% in 2013,” Times of Israel, October 17, 2013.
[12] See for example Lara friedmann and Daniel Seidermann, “Jerusalem, Settlements, and the ‘Everybody Knows’ Fallacy,” Foreign Policy, March 19, 2010.
[14] Yuval Steinitz, “How Palestinian Hate Prevents Peace,” NY Times, October 15, 2013.
[15] Marina Koren, “The Iraqi War and Its Side Effects Killed Half a Million Iraqis,” Atlantic, October 16, 2013.
[16] See for example Margaret Griffis, “78 Killed, 53 Wounded in Ongoing Iraq Horror,”, October 23, 2013; Margaret Griffis, “Iraq: 88 Killed, 203 Wounded, As Bombs Target Baghdad and Mosul,”, October 27, 2013; Jason Ditz, “Roadside Bomb Kills 20 Afghan Civilians on Way to Wedding,”, October 27, 2013.
[21] Shaun So, “Veterans Are Being Told, ‘We Don’t Hire Your Kind,’” Forbes, October 25, 2013.
[22] Ted Galen Carpenter, “Washington’s Foreign-Policy Hypochondria,” National Interest, July 25, 2011.
[23] Greg Bishop, “Rice Approaches New Role With Diplomacy,” NY Times, October 20, 2013.
[24] Justin Dolittle, “America’s Most Beloved War Criminals,”, October 27, 2013..
[25] See for example Shashank Bengali, “U.S. Military Investing Heavily in Africa,” LA Times, October 20, 2013.
[27] Tara Brady, “Polish Town Tears Down Statue Marking the Rapes of Millions of German Women by Russian Soldiers,” Daily Mail, October 14, 2013.
[28] Hope Yen, “4 in 5 USA Face Near-Poverty, No Work,” USA Today, September 17, 2013.
[29] David Thomas, “We’ll Never Have It So Good Again,” The Telegraph, October 14, 2013.
[30] Ibid.
[31] Jason Ditz, “NSA Spying Scandal Grows Amid Anger in France and Mexico,”, October 21, 2013.
[32] John Glaser, “NSA Recorded 70 Million French Calls in 30-Day Period,”, October 21, 2013.
[33] Jacques Follorou, “The NSA’s Intern Inquiry About the Elysee Hacking Revealed,” Le Monde, October 25, 2013.
[34] See for example Andrea Peterson, “The NSA Is Sharing Data with Israel. Before Filtering out American’s Information,” Washington Post, September 11, 2013.
[35] Nabila Ramdani, “Was ISRAEL behind the hacking of millions of French phones and NOT the U.S.? Extraordinary twist in spying saga revealed,” Daily Mail, October 25, 2013.
[37] “‘Unacceptable and Shocking’: France Demands Explanation for NSA Spying,” Russia Today, October 21, 2013.
[38] Quoted in “Greenwald to Publish More Revelations, Claims Threats from US and UK,” Russia Today, October 16, 2013.
[39] “Greenwald: ‘The Objective of the NSA Is Literally the Elimination of Global Privacy,’” Russia Today, October 3, 2013.
[40] Jens Glusing, Laura Poitras, and Marcel Rosenbach, “Fresh Leak on US Spying: NSA Accessed Mexican President’s Email,” Spiegel International, October 20, 2013.
[41] Charlotte McDonald-Gibson, “Spying Scandal: US Accused of Listening in on Phone Calls of 35 World Leaders,” The Independent, October 24, 2013; James Ball, “NSA Monitored Calls of 35 World Leaders After US Official Handed Over Contacts,” Guardian, October 25, 2013.
[42] “‘Out of Hand’: Europe Furious Over US Spying Allegations,” Spiegel, October 24, 2013.
[43] “US Bugged Merkel’s Phone from 2002 Until 2013, Report Claims,” BBC, October 27, 2013.
[44] Philip Sherwell, “Barack Obama ‘Approved Tapping Angela Merkel’s Phone 3 Years Ago,’” The Telegraph, October 27, 2013;
[45] Jason Ditz, “White House Rebuts Feinstein: Surveillance on Allies to Continue,”, October 28, 2013.
[46] Quoted in Ben Wolfgang, “Besieged White House Defends Snooping Programs,” Washington Times, October 28, 2013.
[47] Allan Hall, “Obama ‘gave the go-ahead for Merkel phone tapping’ as he wanted to ‘know everything’ about world’s most powerful woman, German newspaper claims,” Daily Mail, October 28, 2013.
[48] See for example Tim Johnson, “Mexico Slams U.S. Over Claims that NSA Hacked President’s Email,” McClatchy Newspaper, October 22, 2013; Lenore Taylor, “Nick Xenophon to Call Summit on International Surveillance Scandal,” Guardian, October 22, 2013; Juergen Baetz, “EU Parliament Urges Suspending Data with US,” Associated Press, October 23, 2013.
[49] Deb Riechmann, “NSA Spying Scandal Threatens to Hamper US Foreign Policy,” Stars and Stripes, October 26, 2013.
[51] Alan Grayson, “Congressional Oversight of the NSA is a Joke. I Should Know, I’m in Congress,” Guardian, October 25, 2013.
[52] Glenn Greenwald, “As Europe Erupts Over US Spying, NSA Chief Says Government Must Stop Media,” Guardian, October 25, 2013.
[53] Nicholas Watt, “David Cameron Makes Veiled Threat to Media over NSA and GCHQ Leaks,” Guardian, October 28, 2013.
[54] Robert Spencer, “Stop Watching You? WhY?,”, October 24, 2013.
[55] Max Boot, “Why We Spy,” Commentary, October 25, 2013.
[56] Max Boot, “NSA Leaker Is No Hero,” Commentary, June 9, 2013.
[57] Ibid.
[58] Ibid.
[59] See Max Boot, “Outsourcing Syrian Rebel Support to Gulf States Has Consequences,” Commentary, December 5, 2012; Michael Doran and Max Boot, “5 Reasons to Intervene in Syria Now,” NY Times, September 26, 2012.
[60] Max Boot, “Yes, Assad Can Be Defeated,” Commentary, June 11, 2013.
[61] Barton Gellman and Ashkan Soltani, “NSA Collects Millions of E-mail Address Books Globally,” Washington Post, October 14, 2013.
[62] Ibid.
[64] Owen Bowcott, “Drone Strikes by US May Violate International Law, Says UN,” Guardian, October 18, 2013.
[65] Jon Boone, “Drone Strikes by US Could Be Classed as War Crime, Says Amnesty International,” Guardian, October 22, 2013.
[66] Quoted in Declan Walsh, “Civilian Deaths in Drone Strikes Cited in Report,” NY Times, October 22, 2013.
[67] Ben Brumfield and Mark Morgenstein, “Drones Killing Innocent Pakistanis, U.N. Official Says,” CNN, March 15, 2013.
[68] John Glaser, “Former US Official: For Every Yemen Terrorist US Drones Kill, 40-60 New Enemies Are Created,”, October 24, 2013.
[70] Quoted in Paul Lewis, “Feinstein Defends NSA Data Collection and Insists Program Is ‘Not Surveillance,’” Guardian, October 21, 2013.
[72] E. Michael Jones, A Coney Island of the Mindless (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2013).
[73] Derek Gatopoulos and Nicholas Paphitis, “Greek Parliament Approves Austerity Measures,” Huffington Post, October 17, 2013.
[74] For recent development, see for example Matt Buchanan, “The NSA and Your Buddies,” New Yorker, October 15, 2013.
[75] Ibid.
[76] Joy Gordon, “The Human Costs of the Iran Sanctions,” Foreign Policy, October 18, 2013.
[77] Joy Gordon, Invisible War: The United States and the Iraq Sanctions (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2012).
[78] Amos Harel, “Israel’s Calls for Tough Stance on Iran Are Falling on Near Deaf Ears,” Haaretz, October 18, 2013.
[79] Victor Gilinsky and Henry D. Sololski, “Let’s Be Honest About Israel’s Nukes,” NY Times, September 18, 2013.
[80] “Former CIA Officer Tells Security Committee: ‘I’d Dump the Israelis Tomorrow,’” Middle East Monitor, October 24, 2013.
[82] Steven M. Walt, “Playing Card to Get in the Middle East,” Foreign Policy, October 28, 2013.


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Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.