Welcome to Zionist History…Now Bend Over (Part II)



…by Jonas E. Alexis

StevenPinkerStudying Jewish intellectual ideologues never ceases to fascinate me because those ideologues always pretend that they are the party of reason and logic but they always end up contradicting themselves, confusing their devoted followers, and implicitly and indirectly finding themselves in a swamp of Talmudic mores and discourse.
Jewish psychologist Steven Pinker is a classic example. He keeps telling us in The Better Angels of our Nature that violence has declined, despite the fact that Pinker never talks about the Israeli crimes in the Middle East, despite the fact that terrorist cells have increased since the invasion of Iraq,[1] despite the fact that Israel has been sterilizing Ethiopian women against their will, which resulted in a fifty percent decline in their birthrate,[2] despite the fact that Israeli authorities were engaged in systematically torturing four to six thousand Palestinian prisoners every year,[3] despite the fact that at least thirty thousand of them had gone through that new gulag process since 1987,[4] despite the fact that car bombings and explosions are killing people virtually every day in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria.[5]
Less than three days ago, USA Today reported, “Official: Al-Qaeda in Iraq Strongest since 2006.”[6] In other words, America spent billions of dollars in Iraq and what does the average American get in return after more than ten years? Al-Qaeda is stronger!

We are left with two competing explanations: either Al-Qaeda is extremely smarter than the neo-Bolsheviks and the entire Zionist kingdom, including the NSA and the Israeli regime, or terrorism is largely a Zionist invention.

The former explanation seems to be implausible for the very fact that the Zionist regime, with the help of the NSA, is virtually ubiquitous. We have even recently learned that the C.I.A., “under the same law that the National Security Agency uses for its huge database of Americans’ phone records,”  even “collects global data on transfers of money.”[7]
If the latter is the case, then Zionism, at its eventual ideological root, cannot exist without terrorism. Let us hear from Israeli military historian and philosopher Avner Cohen: “Hamas, to my great regret, is Israel’s creation.”[8]
If you think Cohen is just pulling your leg, never forget that the Bush administration supported the radical terrorist group the MEK. Never forget that it was the MEK that helped assassinate Iranian scientists.[9] Never forget that the Israeli regime has been involved in the assassination business from time immemorial.[10] Never forget that the Obama administration supported and probably is still supporting Al-Qaeda through the Syrian rebels/terrorists.


GeorgePinker does not want to talk about those issues because that would ruin his thesis in The Better Angels of our Nature. What is more interesting is that Pinker shifts the blame on Christians for centuries of crimes. He writes,
“By sanctifying cruelty, early Christianity set a precedent for more than a millennium of systematic torture in Christian Europe.
“If you understand the expressions to burn at the stake, to hold his feet to the fire, to break a butterfly on the wheel, to be racked with pain, to be drawn andquartered, to disembowel, to flay, to press, the thumbscrew, the garrote, a slow burn, and the iron maiden, you are familiar with a fraction of the ways that heretics were brutalized during the Middle Ages and early modern period.”[11] [Italics in original].
Just to show how honest Pinker is in his historical scholarship, he continues, “During the Spanish Inquisition, church officials concluded that the conversions of thousands of former Jews didn’t take. To compel the conversos to confess their hidden apostasy, the inquisitors tied their arms behind their backs, hosted them by their wrists, and dropped them in a series of violent jerks, rupturing their tendons and pulling their arms out of their sockets.”[12]
One of Pinker’s sources for this ridiculous notion is A. C. Grayling, one of the foremost historians of all time. Actually, I meant to say Grayling is a militant atheist philosopher of the New Atheist camp. Pinker does not lack the academic expertise to look at history and see what actually took place, but his ideology does not allow him to look beyond stage one.
Leaving this aside, how many deaths are accounted for during the Spanish Inquisition? According to erudite British historian Henry A. Kamen, the number is around two thousand. Other historians have estimated it to be between fifteen hundred and four thousand.[13] That indeed is a lot, but keep in mind that this happened over a long period of time: around 356 years, from 1478-1834.
Now consider this: the estimate of lives lost in the war in Iraq alone is between 100,000 to 600,000, including thousands of civilians. In 2003, at least 12,000 civilians lost their lives.[14] The first three years of the war produced between 104,000 and 223,000 civilian deaths.
When it was over, 2.3 million Iraqis had been forced to flee their homes and towns; by 2008, another 2.7 million Iraqis were displaced, and nearly half a million civilians ended up losing their lives.[15] Thousands upon thousands of other people went missing by 2008.[16] This is out of a total Iraqi population of about 30 million people![17]

Torture at Abu Ghraib
Torture at Abu Ghraib

When the war was over, sectarian violence and car bombings were rampant—almost every day. When Mark Kukis went to Iraq to report on what happened, he said he heard two to five car bombs every day.[18] The Iraq war, says Kukis, shook the entire nation and created havoc even by 2006.[19] Factions of society that once coexisted were dismantled.
In a nutshell, Iraq was in exponential decay. Buildings and farmlands were destroyed.[20] And the fringe benefits of the war? Between 300,000 and 360,000 veterans returned home with brain injuries,[21] some of which went untreated.[22]
In 2005, more than 6,000 suicides took place among our soldiers serving in Iraq.[23]
By 2012, more soldiers committed suicide than died in combat,[24] making it the year with the highest suicide rate since 2001.[25]
In addition, we have already seen in the previous article that the war has sent the American taxpayers a bill of $6 trillion,[26] combined with a debt ceiling keeps rising every six months or so.[27] The U.S. national debt had reached $16 trillion by the end of 2012.[28]
Because of this wrecked economy, suicides in America’s civilian population have increased at an alarming rate as well.[29] And if you are a student trying to get an education to get out of this economic sinkhole, the government is going to profit from your student loan. It was reported that the government made a profit of $51 billion in 2013 off student loans.[30]
Of course, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that this contributes to the economic growth. Shane Gill, a thirty-three-year-old high school teacher in New York, found himself in an economic matrix where escape is not an option. Gill owes the federal government nearly $45,000, and his parents $40,000. Gill does not have a car, does not own a home, and is not married precisely because he cannot afford the luxury. He laments,
“There’s this anxiety: what if I decided I wanted to get married or have children? I don’t know how I would. And that adds to the sense of precariousness. There’s a persistent, buzzing kind of toothache around it.”[31]
Since apparently we need to police just about every country in the Middle East, we need to assign billions of dollars for defense. Therefore, by the end of 2012, Obama signed a defense spending bill for 2013 that will cost $633 billion.[32]
Homelessness among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans has more than doubled over the past two years, and by the fall of 2012, it was reported that at least “26,531 were living on the streets, at risk of losing their homes, staying in temporary housing or receiving federal vouchers to pay rent.”
In addition, about 307,000 soldiers want to leave the military.[33] About 360,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are also dealing with injuries, many of them severe.[34]
In less than two years of the war in Syria, more than 60,000 people lost their lives.[35] At the end of December 2012, refugees in Afghanistan were the ones to suffer from the terrible cold weather with no place to go.[36] It is the same thing with the Syrian refugees.[37]
By January 2013, it was reported that around half-million Syrians were refugees.[38] By the middle of the same month, a bomb blasted the campus of Aleppo University, which was under the control of the government. It was estimated that eighty-two people were killed and one hundred and ninety-two wounded.[39]
In the Jewish Century, this is “The Better Angels of Our Nature,” but during the Spanish Inquisition where 2,000 people died, it was one of the most horrific crimes in the history of mankind. Something fishy is going on here.


Rodney Stark
Rodney Stark

There is more to Pinker’s lack of historical balance and honesty than meets the eye and ear. He declares that slavery in much of the Western world “has been abolished, and people have lost their thirst for cruelty.”[40]
Little does Pinker know that the people who were in favor of slavery during Roman times and in the twentieth century were largely Jews.[41] In fact, twentieth-century American slavery was almost impossible without a cadre of Jewish masters.
Moreover, the people who were instrumental in proposing a full frontal attack on slavery—both theoretically and practically—were largely Christians.[42] But, according to Pinker, any progress made with regard to slavery should be accredited to the Enlightenment and other ideas, which made “explicit arguments that institutionalized violence ought to be minimized or abolished. And some of it was propelled by a change in sensibilities.”[43]
Pinker could never tell us what those ideas were, for this would force him to say that those ideas were proposed by Christians. For Pinker, “Medieval Christendom was a culture of cruelty. Torture was meted out by national and local governments throughout the Continent.”[44]
Long before Pinker made these vacuous and historically ridiculous statements, noted sociologist and historian Rodney Stark pointed out,

“Few topics have prompted so much nonsense and outright fabrication as the European witch-hunts. Some of the most famous episodes never took place, existing only in fraudulent accounts and forged documents, and even the current ‘scholarly’ literature abounds in absurd death tolls.”[45]

Stark sifts through nearly all the scholarly literature showing that people like Andrea Dworkin and Norman Davies exaggerated some of their claims and were wrong about attributing millions of witch-burnings to Christian Europe.
For almost three centuries, the scholarly literature and documents show that only about 60,000 people were executed during the witch-hunts.[46] In other words, only “two victims per 10,000 population” were actually executed.[47]
It was believed for years that 600 witches were executed in Spain in the seventeenth century, but the figure turned to be between 30 and 80. The same thing happened in Sweden. It was told that 99 were executed, but it turned out to be 17.[48]

Henry Kamen
Henry Kamen

What about the twentieth century alone? What about the torturous nature of Soviet Stalin? What about Pol Pot? What about Mao? What about the Armenian genocide? More recently, what about Abu Ghraib?
By spring of 2013, the Guardian released a report detailing other torture camps such as Nama in Iraq. A British witness who was at that particular camp testified, “Everyone’s seen the Abu Ghraib pictures. But I’ve seen it with my own eyes.”[49]
He continued, “I remember talking to one British army officer about what I had seen, and he replied: ‘You didn’t see that—do you understand?’ There was a great deal of nervousness about the place. I had the impression that the British were scared we would be kicked off the operation if we made a fuss.”[50] It is reported that
“when the military finally was permitted to investigate Nama, its agents received threats from personnel at the camp, while DIA interrogators had their vehicle keys confiscated and were ‘ordered’ not to discuss what they had seen with anyone…
“One interrogator had his photos confiscated after taking pictures of injured detainees, and others complained that task force commandos forbade them from leaving the camp without permission, even for a haircut, and from talking to outsiders; they threatened them and screened their emails.”[51]
Despite all of this, the truth got out, but the U.S. denied all the claims. Military intelligence officers released a report saying that “between 70% and 90% of the persons deprived of their liberty in Iraq had been arrested by mistake.”[52] By mistake?
But how does Pinker, the Harvard professor, respond to all these Jewish invasions?
“But the sporadic, clandestine, and universally decried eruptions of torture in recent times cannot be equated with the centuries of institutionalized sadism in medieval Europe…[Torture] did not erupt from a frenzied crowd stirred up in hatred against a dehumanized enemy.”[53]
Nonsense! Stalin alone was responsible for torturing millions, resulting in the deaths of some 100 million people.[54] This was so cruel and brutal that historians called this chapter in history “The Red Holocaust.”[55] Mao—within the span of four years alone!—tortured and executed at least 45 million,[56] and even Protestant churches ended up suffering a lot of consequences.[57]
If the testimony of history is not enough, right after the war in Iraq, more than 9,000 people were held by the U.S. authorities without a trial and against the Geneva Convention, and most of them were tortured.[58]


Torture at Abu Ghraib
Torture at Abu Ghraib

We have already seen that torture was routine in Abu Ghraib, and forcing prisoners to have sex with one another and sodomizing teenagers was fair game. One prisoner testified that he saw one officer
“fu$king a kid, his age would be about 15-18 years. The kid was hurting very bad and they covered all the doors with sheets. Then when I heard the screaming I climbed the door because on top it wasn’t covered and I saw [name blacked out], who was wearing the military uniform putting his dick in the little kid’s ass. I couldn’t see the face of the kid because his face wasn’t in front of the door. And the female soldier was taking pictures.”[59]
What’s more even interesting, “150 inmates were crammed into cells designed for 24.”[60] Abu Ghraib, as one writer put it, was “a hell-hole.”[61] Janis Karpinski, who was in charge of Abu Ghraib at the time, said she was not aware of the many abuses at Abu Ghraib.[62] Whether she was telling the truth or not has not been fully documented.
But she said as late as 2003 that prisoners were treated humanely and fairly at Abu Ghraib. Not only that, “living conditions now are better in prison than at home.” She continued, “At one point we were concerned they wouldn’t want to leave.”[63] Either Karpinski was completely oblivious of what was going on or she was she was being used by the neo-Bolsheviks and Zionist gangsters for political ends. The latter seems to be the case.  Historian Alfred McCoy of the University of Wisconsin writes,
Torture at Abu Ghraib
Torture at Abu Ghraib

“Karpinski began seeing mysterious operatives, whom she called ‘disappearing ghosts,’ around the prison in late 2003, who masked their identities with aliases and civilian clothes. Besides employing the usual psychological tactics, these interrogators reportedly introduced the practice of forced nudity and explicit photography, on the theory that ‘Arabs are particularly vulnerable to sexual humiliation.’”[64]
There are more indications which point to the direction that Karpinkis was being used, as she indicated that Donald Rumsfeld was largely an accomplice in torturing detainees at Abu Ghraib.[65]
But what did Tammy Bruce, the other version of Ann Coulter, have to say about all these tortures in Abu Ghraib? Listen to her gems:
“I believe when it comes to Al-Qaida leadership and operatives, anything goes. I don’t care if you put women’s underwear on their heads, or frankly, even pull out a few fingernails of those responsible for mass murder, to unmask their continuing plans for the genocide of civilized peoples.
“It’s called ‘torture lite,’ it works, and I’m all for whatever it takes to get information, and yes, to punish and annihilate terrorist leadership around the world.”[66]
Then the same Bruce seemed to seemed to find herself in an intellectual and moral logjam when she concluded, “That said – I consider the vast majority of what happened at Abu Ghraib to be hazing – nothing more, nothing less.”[67]


Torture at Abu Ghraib
Torture at Abu Ghraib

Torture was also routine in Afghanistan, where adolescents were beaten with hoses “and pipes and threats of sodomy.”[68] These acts were not done in the dark. Cambridge University published similar reports in a book that is more than 1200 pages long.[69] These acts were also testified to by psychiatrists such as Terry Kupers.[70]
What we are seeing here is that the Soviet/Jewish Gulag is over, but the Jewish Gulag shifted geographical locations.
In a nutshell, Pinker is attached to his Jewish tradition whether he likes its implications or not, and if Pinker denies this point, Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie would say that Pinker is delusional in the sense that there is not really a secular Jew.[71]
Karl Marx did not like the Talmud any more than Pinker, but as Jewish writer Bernard Lazare pointed out, Marx indirectly ended up having a Talmudic mind, whether he liked it or not.
As Lazare put it, Marx “had that clear Talmudic mind which does not falter at the petty difficulties of fact. He was a Talmudist devoted to sociology and applying his native power to the criticism of economy.”[72]
It is the same thing with Freud, who raised his six children as Jewish but attacked Christianity as an atheist. Freud called himself “a fanatical Jew,” continuing, “I have often felt as though I inherited all the obstinacy and all the passions of our ancestors when they defended their temple, as though I could throw away my life with joy for a great moment.”[73] In a letter to his fiancée dated in 1882, Freud unapologetically subscribed to Judaism and went on to declare that Judaism “will not be absent from our home.”[74]


What, then, is the essence of what Pinker is implicitly telling us here? Political and literary discourse has progressively become Talmudic, which is another way of saying that much of the West, particularly America, has fallen into Talmudic bondage.
In this Jewish Century, people like Steven Pinker need to tell us what Jesus meant when He said, “If a man abide not in me, he is cast forth as a branch, and is withered; and men gather them, and cast them into the fire, and they are burned” (John 15:6). For Pinker, Jesus meant literal burning, and Pinker’s evidence is that of burning heretics![75]
Moreover, Pinker quotes passages such as Matthew 10:34-37 to say that Jesus advocated violence. But the same “biblical” scholar, who sets himself up as an interpreter of what Jesus meant in passages that have been seen by New Testament scholars—both Christians and critics—as metaphors to teach eternal truths, cannot tell us what the Talmud means when it declares that Jesus, Titus, and Balaam are all in hell burning in excrement.[76]


Tammy BruceWhen the war in Iraq was over, Iraqi women began to engage in prostitution. Since thousands upon thousands of Iraqis suffered after the war, many of them began to abandon their children and even sold them to sex slavery. One sixteen-year-old girl by the name of Nada who got caught in this dilemma told BBC News in 2007,
“I have no one there and in my case I am afraid for my life. My family has abandoned me.”[77] The girl was forced into the sex business in Syria “after her father dumped her at the border, and was facing deportation when the story aired.”[78]
Other women who found themselves in the dilemma were former nurses, sales clerks, students, etc. Once the war was over, that was the end of their economic lives. A thirty-four-year-old whose home was bombed and who also lost her mother during the same event lamented,
“I have no home anymore, no family, no piece of land.” The report declared of her,
“She was shot twice while working for the U.S. military in the Green Zone. When she fled to Jordan penniless and couldn’t find a job, she turned to prostitution.”[79]
Other stories are simply heart-breaking:
“An Iraqi interviewed by the Associated Press in July said she doused herself and her 14-year-old daughter in gasoline in an attempt to end it all after she gave a smuggler her life savings—$18,000—to take them over the border from Turkey to Greece.
“The smuggler vanished. She said she would have killed herself rather than sell her body, which seemed her only option. But her daughter’s tearful pleas prevented her from lightening the match. ‘She was in my arms, soaked with gasoline, and shivering from fright,’ she said. ‘I was so desperate, and there was no way out.’”[80]
Carole Laleve, who worked for UNHCR in Damascus, declared, “The situation is getting out of hand. We see a lot of women who haven’t necessarily become prostitutes, but they were kidnapped, raped repeatedly, and they are in Syria all alone. That’s quite clear. We did a survey of trauma and we found incredible rates of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Among children, among women, and the population in general.”[81]
Yanar Mohammed, founder of Women’s Freedom in Iraq, added,
“In Syria, we hear that some women reach the point where they are begging strangers passing by to exploit them sexually so they can feed their children. You know, women of Iraq were not in this situation, I would say, six years ago. We did not have to do this. We did not have to go through humiliation. Through prostitution.”[82]
Other parents who could not cope with the post-war situation sold their children to countries as far away as India, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia.[83]
The same sex business was still vivid in 2009 in the same regions. Yanar Mohammed said that many of the traffickers have “very good ties with the police. It turns out [the cops] were loyal customers.”[84]
The girls in those places were as young as 11 and 12, and once a girl reached 20 years old, she was considered too old.[85]
The sex business once again cropped up in 2010 and 2011.[86] Fast forward to 2013, Iraq was still facing trouble with the sex trafficking business.[87] The brothels in some of those regions
“have been established purely to meet the demand created by United States service personnel…While sexual exploitation existed in Iraq, as anywhere, long before the war began in 2003, ‘the invasion and instability that followed led to an environment where young women and girls became much more vulnerable to trafficking,’” one study found out.[88]

Heather McDonald
Heather McDonald

Arab society traditionally values female virginity,[89] but the Jewish war forced them into sexual slavery. Just seven years after the war, “about 4,000 women, one fifth of them aged under 18, disappeared.”[90]
Atoor married her 19-year-old sweetheart, a policeman called Bilal, when she was 15. Three months later he was dead, killed during one of the many bloody episodes in Iraq’s brutal war.
After the obligatory four-month mourning period dictated by Islamic Shari’a law, Atoor’s mother and two brothers made it clear that they intended to sell her to a brothel close to their home in western Baghdad, just as they had sold her older twin sisters.
Frightened, she told a friend in the police force to raid her home and the nearby brothel. His unit did, and Atoor spent the next two years in prison. She was not charged with anything, but that’s how long it took for her to come before a judge and be released.  She said,
“I wanted to go to prison—I didn’t want to be sold. I didn’t think it would happen to me. My mother used to spoil me. Yes, she sold my sisters, but she regretted that. I thought that she loved me.”[91]
The perpetual wars also produce a form of sexual calculus in the military—the likes of which we have never seen before. The Washington Post declared that three rapes happen every hour in the military now.[92]
This issue has been going on since 2003.[93] The Washington Post broke another story saying that an Air Force recruiter was facing charges of forcibly performing sodomy on eighteen young women, whom he had tried to recruit, over a three year period.[94]
People in charge of programs designed to stop sexual harassment were arrested for involvement in sexual harassment.[95] Moreover, at least one Army sergeant ran a prostitution ring on the military base,[96] and even forced others into prostitution.[97] The sergeant was later identified as Sergeant First Class Gregory McQueen.[98]
It is estimated that 26,000 people were sexually assaulted in 2012. 19,000 were assaulted in 2010.[99] These figures could be higher, since many victims fail to report that they were assaulted.[100] When the facts became widespread, Zionist puppet John McCain said that women should avoid the military.[101]
Moreover, when thousands of those women got back home, they had to face the horror of living with guilt and some began to deteriorate into a life of drugs and homelessness.[102]
Those women excelled in the army, but going home was not always a pleasant thing because there were fewer jobs.[103] This problem is still going on—and it is affecting both male and female soldiers.[104]
Jennifer Cortez, then 26 years old, provided excellent service as an Army sergeant and received 12 medals within eight years. When her time was up, she got back home only to be offered a job at minimum wage—sweeping floors. The only home Cortez had was her own car.
At least 53 percent of those who had been sexually assaulted were homeless when they went back home.[105] And when those same people could no longer work, they got their pension funds looted by “predators,” to use the New York Times’ own words.[106]
In addition, people who have been disabled due to the war are finding that it is very hard to get their disability benefits. There were at least 600,000 of those cases in spring 2013.[107]


bush_joker2It is not just women who have been raped in the military. The Washington Times declared that at least 10,700 men were sexually abused in the military in 2010. Navy Petty Officer Third Class Brian Lewis testified that he “was raped by a petty officer…told by a commander not to report it, and later was diagnosed with a personality disorder and discharged.”[108]
The Washington Times stated, “The Defense Department estimates 19,000 sexual assaults occur each year, but only 17 percent are ever reported. In 2010, there were an estimated 19,300 sexual assaults—8,600 victims were female and 10,700 victims were male, according to Anu Bhagwati, executive director of Service Woman’s Action Network.”[109]
In other words, those people who gave their all in the military and who eventually were sexually abused are now trapped in a neo-Bolshevik matrix which gives them no chance. The only escape is to follow the Zionist/neoconservative heaven on earth.
Neoconservatives such as Heather MacDonald know that there is a problem here,[110] but MacDonald could not bring herself to the point of admitting that the war in Iraq in particular brought about these sexual assaults.
In fact, Augusto Ruiz of the Center for Deployment Psychology asked the same provocative questions, implying that the war in Iraq may have escalated the massive rape and suicides that are rampant among our precious men and women in the military.[111] This problem is still going on.[112]
Scholars Judith A. Reisman (who was kind enough to send me a number of valuable charts about Kinsey’s sexual activities) and Thomas R. Hampson document that 5,200 employees brought pornography into the U.S. military.[113]
This is the freedom the neoconservatives/neo-Bolsheviks/Zionists have unleashed upon the West and the Middle East. If that is not hell on earth, then it is close enough


What, then, are we supposed to do? Should we throw in the towel in despair as if the war is over?  No. Moreover, is America or Western culture finished because Western culture is surrounded by a formidable foe? No.
If the fall of the Roman Empire teaches us anything, it is the fact that the West rose again from the ashes—against all odds!
No one would have thought that the West would see light of day once it quickly got deteriorated through moral and economic corruption and then literally collapsed. The West was gone and history seemed to have sealed shut. The barbarian tribes ruled.
Yet, when all hope seemed to have faded, faith triumphed: monks, nuns, and monasteries—under the guidance of St. Benedict—put Western culture back on its historical, intellectual, scientific, and religious feet.[114]
As E. Michael Jones rightly puts it, “Had there been no Benedict to confront the Goths, Europe might have evolved along lines similar to Africa before the arrival of Christianity, which is to say a continent of warring tribes, Islamic at one end, Christian at the other and pagan/animist in out-of-the-way places in between.”[115]
The carnal man could not understand Benedict’s radical approach largely because the carnal man was blinded by what he could only see and touch; the carnal man was blinded by the here and now.  Just like a number of philosophers were blinded by logical positivism in the 1920s, the carnal man during Benedict’s time was blinded by the destruction of the Roman Empire.
But since Benedict was not limited by what the eyes could see and by what reason alone could dictate, he looked beyond the here and now and saw something in the gospels that the carnal mind could not see, an issue we shall discuss fully when we examine Capitalism. In short, Western Culture is Western Culture largely because of one man.
Later, scholars of various stripes began to thank the Church for her role in elevating Western culture to its moral and historical proper place.[116]Nearly all Western universities got their start from that historical tradition.[117]
And if the story behind the fall of the Roman Empire is not enough, consider this.
Paul wrote in the middle of what seems to be a hopeless situation:
“We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed” (2 Corinthians 4:8).
Yes, the Church is in a terrible situation right now because its teachings were subverted by Jewish revolutionary movements. Those revolutionary movements took years to bear fruit. The Church began to be subverted by sexual ideologies since Wilhelm Reich, Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers, and others.[118]
But there is hope. Never let the here and now blinds you to higher truths: though Zionism/neo-Bolshevism/neoconservativism is winning, lies cannot triumph forever.
If this statement seems to be vacuous, think about Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution. Jewish revolutionaries and movements ruled that country for more than twenty years, but look at Russia today. Would anyone in the 1920s think that Russia would later become a crux in the Zionist nest?[119]
If Alexander Solzhenitsyn is correct, that “one word of truth shall outweigh the whole world,”[120] then we can be certain that truth will win in the end. Yes, lies and fabrication outweigh the truth at this present time; lies, fabrications and Jewish subversions are so pervasive that the Church has lost her historical and religious pillars.
But one must go beyond this present time and see that Jewish revolutionary movements in all their manifestations can be challenged.  That challenge must never come through violent revolution or even physical persecutions of the Jewish people, who are part of humanity and who have as much a redemptive purpose as anyone else.
Moreover, history tells us that political violence always ends up in vicious circles and perpetual wars. Those who are of the truth should never let their enemies turn them into something that they are not. If enemies of the truth want revolution by any means necessary, and if we follow that pattern, then we are as wicked as they are.  Never let your enemy bring you down to his level. Never!
How, then, should we deal with enemies of the truth—revolutionaries who want to subvert virtually everything that the West represents?
First of all, a country that has violated virtually everything that America represents should not be getting $3 billion every year. Israel should be treated like any other country. This is the principle that the Founding Fathers articulated and America would do well if it goes back to that principle.  This is a necessary step but not a complete one.
Second, America should never get involved in another war for Israel. Robert Gates once declared that “In my opinion, any future defense secretary who advises the president to again send a big American land army into Asia or into the Middle East or Africa should ‘have his head examined,’ as General MacArthur so delicately put it.”[121]
I the neo-Bolsheviks are pushing for a hawkish military force in the Middle East, they ought to be dethroned from their political post, for we know too well that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have already sent America a $6-trillion bill. There are other non-violent and reasonable principles that can be articulated, but time constraints.

[1] See for example Fareed Zakaria, “End the War on Terror and Save Billions,” Washington Post, December 7, 2012.
[2] Renee Ghert-Zand, “Shocking Decline in Ethiopian Israeli Birthrate,” Jewish Daily Forward, December 10, 2012.
[3] See for example Dan Fesperman, “Israel Tortures Palestinian Prisoners Despite Peace Accords, Rights Group Says,” Baltimore Sun, June 15, 1994; see also Joel Greenberg, “Israel Reports Admit Abuses by Security Forces/Unsealed Probe of Shin Bet Details Harsh Treatment of Palestinians,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 10, 2000.
[4] Joel Greenberg, “Israel Rethinks Interrogation of Arabs,” NY Times, August 14, 1994.
[5] For the latest development, see for example Margaret Griffis, “Nine Killed, 20 Wounded in Northern Iraq Attacks,” Antiwar.com, November 15, 2013.
[6] Sinan Salaheddin, “Official: Al-Qaeda in Iraq Strongest Since 2006,” USA Today, November 14, 2013.
[7] Charlie Savage and Mark Mazzetti, “C.I.A. Collects Global Data on Transfers of Money,” NY Times, November 14, 2013; see also Siobhan Gorman, Devlin Barrett, and Jennifer Valentino-Devries, “CIA’s Financial Spying Bags Data on Americans,” Wall Street Journal, November 16, 2013.
[8] Quoted in Andrew Higgins, “How Israel Helped to Spawn Hamas,” Wall Street Journal, January 24, 2009.
[9] see for example Dan Raviv and Yossi Melman, Spies Against Armageddon: Inside Israel’s Secret War(New York: Levant Books, 2012).
[10] Gordon Thomas, Gideon’s Spies: The Secret History of the Mossad (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2012).
[11] Steven Pinker, The Better Angels of our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined (New York: Penguin Books, 2011), 15-16; emphasis in original.
[12] Ibid.
[13] For a historical documentation and the background of what the Inquisition was, I would highly recommend Henry Kamen, The Spanish Inquisition: A Historical Revision (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1998).
[15] Mark Kukis, Voices from Iraq: A People’s History, 2003-2009 (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011),xvii.
[16] Iibid.
[17] Ibid.
[18] Ibid., xiii.
[19] Ibid., xiv.
[20] Ibid.
[21] Gregg Zoroya, “360,000 Veterans May Have Brain Injuries,” USA Today, March 5, 3009; Denise Grady, “Brain Injuries Are Seen in New Scans of Veterans,” NY Times, June 1, 2011; “Mental Health Injuries Scar 300,000 U.S. Troops,” MSNBC, April 17, 2008.
[22] Lizette Alvarez, “War Veterans’ Concussions Are Often Overlooked,” NY Times, August 25, 2008.
[23] Armen Keteyian, “VA Hid Suicide Risk, Internal Emails Show,” CBC News, July 30, 2010.
[24] Allison Churchill, “The Military Is Losing More Troops to Suicide than Combat,” Business Insider, October 25, 2012; Helen Pow, “More U.S. Troops Committing Suicide Than Being Killed Fighting in Afghanistan in ‘Tough Year’ for Armed Services,” Daily Mail, October 24, 2012.
[25] Kelley Vlahos, “Surviving War, Falling to Suicide,” American Conservative, January 1, 2012; for other similar stories, see also James Dao and Andrew W. Lehren, “Baffling Rise in Suicides Plagues the U.S. Military,” NY Times, May 15, 2013.
[27] See for example “A threat to Cost Taxpayers Money,” The Economist, April 12, 20111; Kathleen Hennessey, “Obama Tries to Shoot Down GOP Talk of Debt-Limit Threat,” L.A. Times, December 5, 2012; Mary Williams Walsh, “Debt Ceiling Rises Again as Threat for the U.S.,” NY Times, December 21, 2012; Moran Zhang, “U.S. Economy 2013: If ‘Fiscal Cliff’ is Avoided, What About the Debt Ceiling?,” International Business Times, December 21, 2012.
[28] Simon Rogers, “U.S. Debt: How Big Is It and Who Owns It?,” Guardian, October 2, 2012.
[29] Deborah Kotz, “Suicides Surge During Tough Economic Times,” Boston Globe, April 14, 2011.
[30] “Obama Student Loan Policy Reaping $51 Billion Profit,” Huffington Post, May 14, 2013.
[31] Annie Lowrey, “Student Debt Slows Growth as Young Spend Less,” NY Times, May 10, 2013.
[32] See for example David Alexander, “House Approves Bill Authorizing $633 Billion in Defense Spending,” Chicago Tribune, December 20, 2012; Dave Boyer, “Obama Signs Defense Measure he Once Vowed to Veto,” Washington Time, January 3, 2013.
[33] Gregg Zoroya, “Homeless, At-Risk Veterans Double,” USA Today, December 27, 2012.
[34] Kelley Vlahos, “surviving War, Falling to Suicide,” American Conservative, January 1, 2013.
[35] See for example Anne Barnard, “Syrians Killed in Gas Line; U.N. Raises War’s Casualty Figures,” NY Times, January 2, 2013; Matthew Weaver, “Syria Conflict: U.N. Says 60,000 Dead-Wednesday 2 January 2013,” Guardian, January 2, 2013.
[36] Rod Nordland, “Winter’s Deadly Bite Returns to Refugee Camps of Kabul,” NY Times, December 29, 2012.
[37] Rana F. Sweis, “Syrian Refugees Strain Resources in Jordan,” NY Times, January 2, 2013; Liam Stack, “Winter Brings Misery to Syria Refugees,” NY Times, January 10, 2013; Jodi Rudoren, “A Desert Cold and Wet Multiplies the Misery of Syrian Refugees,” NY Times, January 12, 2013.
[38] “UN Body: Around Half-Million Syrians Now Refugees,” Seattle Times, January 2, 2013.
[39] Hwaida Saad and Rick Gladstone, “Dozens Killed as Explosions Hit Syrian University,” NY Times, January 15, 2013.
[40] Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature, 133.
[43] Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature, 133.
[44] Ibid., 132.
[45] Rodney Stark, For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch-Hunts, and the End of Slavery (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004), 202.
[46] Ibid., 203; see also Jeffrey Burton Russell, Exposing Myths About Christianity (Downer Groves: InterVarsity Press, 2012), 51.
[47] Stark, For the Glory of God, 203.
[48] Ibid.
[49] Ian Cobain, “Camp Nama: British Personnel Reveals Horror of Secret US Base in Baghdad,” Guardian, April 1, 2013.
[50] Ibid.
[51] Jeremy Scahill, Dirty Wars: The World Is a Battlefield (New York: Nation Books, 2013), 158.
[52] Ibid.
[53] Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature, 130.
[54] See for example Jean-Louis Pannee, Andrzej Paczkowski, et al, The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, and Repression (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999).
[55] Steven Rosefielde, Red Holocaust (New York: Routledge, 2010); see also Norman M. Naimark, Stalin’s Genocide (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010).
[56] See for example Frank Dikotter, Mao’s Great Famine: The History of China’s Most Devastating Catastrophe, 1958-1962 (New York: Walker Publishing Company, 2010).
[57] See for example John Craig William Keating, A Protestant Church in Communist China: Moore Memorial Church Shanghai, 1949-1989 (Bethlehem: Lehigh University Press, 2012).
[58] Dana Priest and Joe Stephens, “Secret World of U.S. Interrogation,” Washington Post, May 11, 2004; for similar reports, see Jane Mayer, “The Black Sites: A Rare Look inside the C.IA.’s Secret Interrogation Program,” New Yorker, August 13, 2007; Craig Whitlock, “Jordan’s Spy Agency: Holding Cell for the CIA,” Washington Post, December 1, 2007. Jane Mayer, The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How the War on Terror Turned into a War on American Ideals (New York: Anchor Books, 2009).
[59] Cited in Mark Danner, Torture and Truth: America, Abu Ghraib, and the War on Terror (New York: New York Review of Books, 2004), 243.
[60] Susan Taylor Martin, “Her Job: Lock Up Iraq’s Bad Guys,” St. Petersburg Times, December 14, 2003.
[61] Alfred McCoy, A Question of Torture: CIA Interrogation, From the Cold War to the War on Terror (New York: Owl Books, 2006), 132.
[62] Michael Haas, George W. Bush: War Criminal?: The Bush Administration’s Liability for 269 War Crimes (Westport: Praeger Pubishers, 2009), 66.
[63] Martin, “Her Job: Lock Up Iraq’s Bad Guys,” St. Petersburg Times, December 14, 2003.
[64] McCoy, A Question of Torture, 132.
[65] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Ghraib_torture_and_prisoner_abuse.
[66] Tammy Bruce, “Why Abu Ghraib Matters,” FrontPageMag.com, May 24, 2004.
[67] Ibid.
[68] See for example Alissa J. Rubin, “Anti-Torture Efforts in Afghanistan Failed, U.N. Says,” NY Times, January 20, 2013.
[69] Karen J. Geenberg and Joshua L. Dratel, eds., The Torture Papers: The Road to Abu Ghraib (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004).
[70] See for example Lila Rajiva, The Language of Empire: Abu Ghraib and the American Media (New York: Monthly Review Press, 2005), 167.
[71] Eric H. Yoffie, “The Self-Delusions of Secular Jews,” Huffington Post, January 15, 2013.
[72] Bernard Lazare, Anti-Semitism: Its History and Causes (New York: Cosimo, 2005), 315-316.
[73] See MacDonald, The Culture of Critique, 107.
[74] M. Hirsh Goldberg, The Jewish Connection (New York: Stein & Day, 1976), 30.
[75] Pinker, The Better Angels of Our Nature, 17.
[76] Peter Schafer, Jesus in the Talmud (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007).
[77] See Kelley Beaucar Vlahos, “Innocents Lost: For Many Iraqi Women, Political Liberation Has Meant Sexual Enslavement,” American Conservative, August 25, 2008.
[78] Ibid.
[79] Ibid.
[80] Ibid.
[81] Ibid.
[82] Ibid.
[83] Laura Smith-Park, “Silent Victims: Iraqi Women Trafficked for Sex, Report Says,” CNN, November 10, 2011; “Iraq-Syria: Sex Traffickers Target Women in War-Torn Iraq,” http://www.irinnews.org/Report/61903/IRAQ-SYRIA-Sex-traffickers-target-women-in-war-torn-Iraq.
[84] Rania Abouzeid, “Will Iraq Crack Down on Sex Trafficking?,” Time, April 13, 2009.
[85] Rania Abouzeid, “Iraq’s Unspeakable Crime: Mothers Pimping Daughters,” Time, March 7, 2009.
[86] Mohammed Jamjoon, “Sex Slave Girls Face Cruel Justice in Iraq,” CNN, May 5, 2010; Laura Smith-Park, “Silent Victims: Iraqi Women Trafficked for Sex, Report Says,” CNN, November 10, 2011.
[87] http://musingsoniraq.blogspot.kr/2013/04/iraq-unwilling-to-confront-forced-labor.html.
[88] Laura Smith-Park, “Silent Victims: Iraqi Women Trafficked for Sex, Report Says,” CNN, November 10, 2011.
[89] Abouzeid, “Iraq’s Unspeakable Crime: Mothers Pimping Daughters,” Time, March 7, 2009.
[90] Smith-Park, “Silent Victims: Iraqi Women Trafficked for Sex, Report Says,” CNN, November 10, 2011.
[91] Abouzeid, “Iraq’s Unspeakable Crime: Mothers Pimping Daughters,” Time, March 7, 2009.
[92] Susan Brooks Thistlewaite, “Because They Can: Three Rapes Every Hour in the Military,” Washington Post, May 7, 2013.
[93] Walter Pincus, “Military Sexual Assault Crisis Cuts Deep,” Washington Post, May 15, 2013; Craig Whitlock, “Some in Congress Want Changes in Military Law As A Result of Sex Scandals,” Washington Post, May 15, 2013.
[94] Craig Whitlock, “Pentagon Grapples with Sex Crimes by Military Recruiters,” Washington Post, May 12, 2013.
[95] Elpseth Reeve, “Third Military Man in Charge of Stopping Harassment Arrested for Doing Just That,” Atlantic, May 17, 2013.
[96] Richard Sisk, “Assault Prevention NCO Investigated for Sex Crimes,” Military.com, May 15, 2013.
[97] Dan de Luce, “Pentagon Pledges Action After Sex Assault,” Herald Sun, May 16, 2013.
[98] Tom Vanden Brook, “Suspect in Fort Hood Prostitution Ring Identified,” Detroit Free Press, May 15, 2013.
[99] Nick Schwellenbach, “Fear of Reprisal: The Quiet Accomplice in the Military’s Sexual-Assault Epidemic,” Time, May 9, 2013; Elspeth Reeve, “The Military’s Rape Problem Is a Lot Like Everyone’s Rape Problem,” Atlantic, May 7, 2013.
[100] Schwellenbach, “Fear of Reprisal: The Quiet Accomplice in the Military’s Sexual-Assault Epidemic,” Time, May 9, 2013.
[101] “McCain Advises Women to Avoid the Military,” Military.com, June 5, 2013.
[102] See Patricia Leigh Brown, “Trauma Sets Female Veterans Adrift Back Home,” NY Times, February 27, 2013.
[103] Ibid.
[104] Emerson Brooking, “What Now for America’s Young, Jobless Soldiers?,” National Interest, November 15, 2013.
[105] Brown, “Trauma Sets Female Veterans Adrift Back Home,” NY Times, February 27, 2013.
[106] Ibid.
[107] James Dao, “Criticism of Veterans Affairs Secretary Mounts Over Backlog in Claims,” NY Times, May 18, 2013.
[108] Kristina Wong, “Military Vets Senate Panel of Sexual Abuse by Superiors,” Washington Times, March 13, 2013.
[109] Ibid.
[110] Heather MacDonald, “Military-Sexual-Drama Syndrome,” National Review, February 28, 2013.
[111] Augusto Ruiz, “Suicide in the Military,” Center for Deployment Psychology, http://deploymentpsych.org/topics-disorders/suicide.
[112] Alex L. McMahon, “The Military Still Isn’t Handling Sexual Assault Right,” National Interest, November 15, 2013.
[113] Judith A. Reisman and Thomas R. Hampson, “Shock Report: 10,700 men Raped in the U.S. Military,” http://watchdogwire.com/florida/2013/05/15/shock-report-10700-men-raped-in-the-us-military/.
[114] For further studies on this, see for example Edward Rand, Founders of the Middle Ages (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1928); Christopher Dawson, The Making of Europe: An Introduction to the History of European Unity (New York: Sheed & Ward, 1952); Richard C. Dales, The Intellectual Life of Western Europe in the Middle Ages (Washington: University Press of America, 1980); J. L. Helbron, The Sun in the Church: Cathedrals as Solar Observatories (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999); Thomas E. Wood, How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization (WA: Regnery Publishing, 2005).
[115] E. Michael Jones, Benedict’s Rule (South Bend: Fidelity Press, no date).
[116] See for example David C. Lindberg, The Beginnings of Western Science: The European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious and Institutional Context, 600 B.C. to A.D. 1450 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1992); Edward Grant, Science and Religion: 400 B.C. to A.D. 1550: From Aristotle to Copernicus (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004); God and Reason in the Middle Ages (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001); A History of Natural Philosophy: From the Ancient World to the Nineteenth Century (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007); The Foundations of Modern Science in the Middle Ages: Their Religious, Institutional and Intellectual Contexts (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996); John D. Barrow, The World Within the World: A Journey to the Edge of Space and Time (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988); Impossibility: The Limits of Science and the Science of Limits (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999).
[117] See for example Charles Homer Haskins, The Rise of Universities (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1923); John R. Thelin, A History of American Higher Education (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004); Frederick Rudolph, The American College & University: A History (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1962).
[118] For further studies, see E. Michael Jones, Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control (South Bend: St. Augustine’s Press, 2000).
[120] Alexander Solzhenitsyn, The Solzhenitsyn Reader (Wilmington: ISI Books, 2006), 526.
[121] Quoted in Thom Shanker, “Warning Against Wars Like Iraq and Afghanistan,” NY Times, February 25, 2011.


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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.