The Case Against the NSA, Condoleezza Rice, and the Orwellian State

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…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

NSA-4th-admendA White House panel member admitted last month that there is zero evidence that the NSA thwarted any terrorist plots,[1] despite the fact that the secret organization has been spying on virtually the entire world for more than a decade.[2]

And like many Jewish activities such as the Federal Reserve, the NSA, as David Cole of the New York Review of Books argued, “was developed, approved, and applied in secret” and “has never been subject to public scrutiny or adversarial judicial testing.”[3]

Last month, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon declared that the NSA is “likely unconstitutional” and “almost Orwellian”[4] in nature. Even members of Congress are not exempt from the NSA’s spying program.[5] The judge added that NSA has produced not a shred of evidence that it actually stopped terrorist attacks.[6]

Even President Obama himself could not remember a single time during which the NSA actually stopped terrorist activities.[7] But get this:

“A secretive U.S. spy court has ruled again that the National Security Agency can keep collecting every American’s telephone records every day, in the midst of dueling decisions in two other federal courts about whether the surveillance program is constitutional.”[8]

The NSA has never stopped terrorist activities since its inception, but we’re still going to keep the program running on U.S. tax dollars. Who’s paying the bill? Obama? Bush? The Zionist oligarchs in Washington? No.

The people who are and will continue to suffer the consequences are precious Americans who are struggling to support their family and decent people who have been cheated out of their income taxes by the rich and the oligarchs.[9]





People are already worrying that the government does not have enough funding for retirement,[10] but we always have money to support Israeli-run organizations such as the NSA.

japan_secrets_lawSadly, this form of Zionist and Orwellian activity is beginning to cause conflict in countries such as Japan.

For years, Washington has tried to persuade Japan to adopt the Zionist and Orwellian policy that citizens must not be aware of the government’s covert activities. Japan seems to have reached that point recently. The National Public Radio states,

“The tough new law intended to protect state secrets was a victory for Washington, which had long pressured its Asian ally to exert tighter control over classified information. But the controversial legislation has triggered widespread outrage in Japan and undermined the prime minister’s popularity…

“While many Japanese see the official secrets law as a massive step backward for civil liberties in Japan, Washington is celebrating. American officials and the U.S. military have long demanded that Japan adopt American-style regulations to allow the seamless sharing of intelligence.

“Last month, Caroline Kennedy, in one of her first public statements as U.S. ambassador to Japan, added her endorsement for a Japanese secrets law.

“‘We support the evolution of Japan’s security policies, as they create a new national security strategy, establish a National Security Council, and take steps to protect national security secrets,’ she said.

“Michael Cucek, a Tokyo-based research associate with MIT’s Center for International Studies, says the law ‘is really only for the U.S., only for U.S. consumption.’”[11]

Perhaps Cucek did not know that the U.S. operates under the framework of the Zionist ideology. If Cucek could only grab the Japanese translation of John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt’s The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, he would have gotten some clues as to who is behind U.S. foreign policy.

If Cucek had understood the political and moral contradiction that is inherent in the Zionist literature and the Jewish landscape, he would have gotten a better grasp of Washington.

If Cucek had even read Condoleezza Rice’s current book, No Higher Honor, he would have understood that Washington’s foreign policy, which is essentially Jewish, is largely based on the rejection of the moral and political order. To substantiate that point, we briefly need to look at Rice and Bush.

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NoHigherHonor_Condoleezza Rice seemed to have been frightened by the practicality of the Israeli ideology, but in the media and public appearances she propagated neoconservative politics.

Rice in particular “seemed ‘troubled by the fact that the detainees were required to be nude when undergoing some of the E.I.T.s [enhance interrogation techniques],’”[12] but ideology trumped everything else.

In truth, Rice is a classic representation of the goyim who would do whatever the Jewish state requires for power, fame, and a lucrative career. What if that may lead to intellectual suicide and moral insanity? It’s a small price to pay.

If the Israeli regime suddenly says “jump,” Rice would quickly respond, “how high”? After reading the neoconservative ideology that posts beneath her own book, No Higher Honor, Rice reminds me of Sigmund Freud’s devotee and disciple, Ernest Jones, who was petrified to even challenge Freud on his unscientific and, quite frankly, diabolical theories.

If the late Rabbi Ovadia Yosef was right—that the “Goyim were born only to serve” Jews and that they were created for that very purpose[13]—then Rice is one representation. Here’s why.

In a conversation with Tzipi Livni, Israeli Minister of Justice and one of the “150 women who shake the world,”[14] Livni told the former Secretary of State point-blank that she wanted Israel to be a “Jewish state” and nothing less, which means that the Palestinians who were born in Israel would not be able to return. They would have to find other places to roost.

If the Palestinians insist to live in the land, the implication from Livni was that Israel would have to take drastic measures. That certainly is not too difficult from a Zionist perspective.

Did not they remove thousands upon thousands of Palestinians from their homes in 1948? Did they not slaughter thousands of others in the process? Who says that they cannot do it again? Didn’t Israel increase its settlement project by 70% during the first half of 2013?[15]

Rice was stunned by Livni’s implication, and she immediately found herself in a jaw-dropping situation. At that moment, Rice probably was thinking of the “Hooded Order.”At that moment, she probably was thinking of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, whom she highly esteems.[16]

Moreover, she probably had her own father in mind, because he “had trouble registering to vote in Alabama in 1952 due to poll tests and harassment of black voters.”[17]

Obviously Rice was faced with two competing worldviews with serious political and moral consequences—one led to the moral order and geopolitical harmony, and the other led to political disorder and intellectual insanity.

Tzipi Livni
Tzipi Livni

Rice could either choose the Jewish worldview which Livni espoused and which leads to the removal of the Palestinians from Israel, or the two-state solution which the Palestinians have longed for. Even supporters of Israel such as Ronald Reagan adopted a similar view for the Palestinians, such as the U.N. Resolution 242.[18]

Which one did Rice choose? As an intellectual and politician, how did she solve that ever-present dichotomy? Let us hear from the person who was named the most powerful woman in 2004 and 2005[19]:

“I must admit that though I understood the argument intellectually, it struck me as a harsh defense of the ethnic purity of the Israeli state when Tzipi said it. It was one of those conversations that shocked my sensibilities as an American.

“After all, the very concept of ‘American’ rejects ethnic or religious definitions of citizenship.  Moreover, there were Arab citizens of Israel. Where did they fit it?

“I took a deep breath and tried to understand, and slowly I came to see what she meant…The right of return for Palestinians was inconsistent with the conclusion of that thousands-year-old process [the establishment of the Jewish state].

“Despite the dissonance that it stirred in me, I suggested that the President [Bush] include the line that made clear that Palestinian refugees would be expected to live in Palestine. That would allow the democratic state of Israel to be ‘Jewish.’”[20]

Rice’s cognitive faculty and practical reasoning were telling her that Tzipi’s essentially Talmudic plan was crazy and was therefore incompatible with the rule of law; Rice knew pretty well that this form of ethnic cleansing would create social chaos in America (what a pity that her book was written one year before the Trayvon Martin debacle).

Yet Rice succumbed to the Jewish political calculus, which is always expedient and lucrative in the political process but which always revolves around a more sophisticated form of intellectual and political bondage and moral insanity.

Rice can talk about freedom and democracy in the media and public appearances, pretending to defense the rule of law, but she knows pretty well that she lines up with Tzipi’s ethnic cleansing. Back in 2005, Rice wrote,

“Freedom, democracy and human rights are not American principles or Western values. These ideals are shared by all people. They are the non-negotiable demands of human dignity.

“We are working tirelessly to support democracy and human rights in every country where these principles are not completely fulfilled.”[21]

Rice knows better. She knows that the neoconservative worldview is incompatible with freedom, democracy, and the rule of law. You simply cannot say you are for freedom while at the same time you are slaughtering innocent men, women and children! You cannot say you want to bring freedom while in practicality you are bombing people left and right.

In No Higher Honor, Rice perpetuates the neoconservative view that democracy and freedom should be “the ultimate answer to terrorism,”[22] but she never emphasizes the fact that by democracy, she means demolishing whoever stands in opposition to the neoconservative ideology.

You cannot build with your left arm while your right arm seeks to destroy. This is a vital contradiction and Rice certainly knows this.

If Rice deliberately fails to see this, she needs to look into the mirror and examine what she and the Bush administration have done in Iraq and Afghanistan.

If the former Secretary of State is too scared to do that, how about picking up a newspaper and see what is really going on in the Middle East? What if she takes the neoconservative hat off and starts examining her own unexamined life? This is just a recent report:

“But for all its echoes, the bloodshed that has engulfed Iraq, Lebanon and Syria in the past two weeks exposes something new and destabilizing: the emergence of a post-American Middle East in which no broker has the power, or the will, to contain the region’s sectarian hatreds.

Dees“Amid this vacuum, fanatical Islamists have flourished in both Iraq and Syria under the banner of Al Qaeda, as the two countries’ conflicts amplify each other and foster ever-deeper radicalism.”[23]

As Ron Paul has recently put it,

“For Iraq, the US ‘liberation’ is proving far worse than the authoritarianism of Saddam Hussein, and it keeps getting worse. Last year was Iraq’s deadliest in five years. In 2013, fighting and bomb blasts claimed the lives of 7,818 civilians and 1,050 members of the security forces. In December alone nearly a thousand people were killed.”[24]

Paul continued to say,

“The neocons may be on the run from their earlier positions on Iraq, but that does not mean they have given up. They were the ones pushing for an attack on Syria this summer. Thankfully they were not successful. They are now making every effort to derail President Obama’s efforts to negotiate with the Iranians.

“Just last week William Kristol urged Israel to attack Iran with the hope we would then get involved. Neoconservative Senators from both parties recently introduced the Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act of 2013, which would also bring us back on war-footing with Iran.”[25]

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intelligenceWhen Iraq produced a 12,200-page document to the UN saying that the government has destroyed its weapons programs even before the invasion took place, Rice wrote an article in the New York Times entitled, “Why We Know Iraq Is Lying.”[26]

How did she dismiss the document? With evidence? Of course not. Rice, who is now a professor of political science at Stanford, dismissed the entire document in one sentence:

“And instead of full cooperation and transparency, Iraq has filed a false declaration to the United Nations that amounts to a 12,200-page lie.”[27]

Dana Milbank and Mike Allen of the Washington Post declared that Rice seemed to have “made public claims that she knew to be false.”[28] It was the same thing with Colin Powell when he went to the UN and declared that Saddam had a pile of WMDs.

The plot, then, thickens: both Rice and Powell were puppets of the neoconservative machine. They were being juiced in a neoconservative juicy factory in Washington. In fact, any serious person who had previously planned to bring some change in Washington has been politically and literally juiced. Chuck Hagel is a classic example.[29]

Politically and truthfully, Rice got deteriorated at an exponential rate—probably faster than the speed of light. She wrote about the 12,200-page document:

“For example, the declaration fails to account for or explain Iraq’s efforts to get uranium from abroad, its manufacture of specific fuel for ballistic missiles it claims not to have, and the gaps previously identified by the United Nations in Iraq’s accounting for more than two tons of the raw materials needed to produce thousands of gallons of anthrax and other biological weapons.”[30]

There is not a single evidence for this preposterous idea. In fact, the intelligence community was telling Rice and the Bush administration the opposite.

Shockingly, the assertion was cooked up by the Bush administration. Moreover, the administration would attack even those who were saying that the claim was false.[31]

Paul R. Pillar, a 28-year veteran of the CIA and professor at Georgetown University, writes,

Where the intelligence community was largely right (regarding the non-alliance between Saddam’s regime and al-Qaida), policymakers either ignored or discredited the community’s judgments and conveyed to the public their own alternative—and wrong—image.”[32]

It was inevitable, then, that Rice’s recent book would be flooded with outright lies and hoaxes and fabrications, such as the claim that Saddam was a “threat to our interests.”[33]

decision pointsRice also writes that “The DCI emphasized that the [interrogations] techniques were safe and effective and had been used in the military training of thousands of U.S. soldiers.”[34]

If that is not disgusting, then nothing is. But Rice can get away with statements like this with no evidence because she is defending the neoconservative ideology. In fact, when it was speculated that Rice would be Mitt Romney’s vice presidential candidate, Rice wrote an email to whom?

Danile Halper of the Weekly Standard. The email declared in part:

“I’m writing you today because conservative women can greatly influence the outcomes of these elections. And our conservative women candidates are amongst those best poised to address the challenges that we face.”[35]

Bill Kristol in turn congratulated Rice with great accolades such as Rice was “an exciting” person.[36]

Rice is currently writing a book in which she will “address American’s destiny as a beacon for global freedom.”[37]

Hopefully she will have the guts to say that this “global freedom” is a neoconservative/neo-Bolshevik paradigm which would be repugnant to the Founding Fathers and which has already created disasters in the Middle East.[38]

Bush’s Decision Points and Dick Cheney’s In My Time fall under the same category:

“In ‘Decision Points,’ his 2010 memoir, Bush recalled that George Tenet provided a list of brutal interrogation techniques the C.I.A. proposed to use, and that Bush overruled ‘two that I felt went too far.’ “Later, when Tenet asked the President directly if he could employ waterboarding on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Bush wrote that he answered, ‘Damn right.’

“Yet, according to [John] Rizzo [former lawyer at the C.I.A. for thirty years], ‘The one senior U.S. Government national security official during this time—from August 2002 through 2003—who I did not believe was knowledgeable about the E.I.T.s was President Bush himself.

“He was not present at any of the Principals Committee meetings … and none of the principals at any of the E.I.T. sessions during this period ever alluded to the President knowing anything about them.

“Some of the chronology of events related to the C.I.A. interrogations that Bush provides in ‘Decision Points’ doesn’t compute, according to Rizzo.”[39]

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I HAVE A DREAM!

David_DeesRice states,

“Great democracies have institutions that are constantly assessing and, if necessary, adjusting the course of the country in the pursuit of consistency with our values and our law, even under the most stressing conditions.”[40]

If the law is applied consistently, Rice, Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, probably Powell, among others, would all be behind bars. It would be such a great sigh for the American people. I am certainly not a fan of Martin Luther King, Jr., but I will imitate his speech here:

Let judgment ring from the streets of Washington.

From every corner of the United States, let the neoconservative criminals be trialed and, if convicted, be jailed accordingly. I do have a dream today!

I have a dream that one day no man will be above the law in the United States and Europe, and every criminal who lied about Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya, etc., will be prosecuted for creating massive terrorism and suffering in the Middle East and America.

I have a dream that one day people like Tony Blair will not be walking around making millions upon millions of dollars[41] after slaughtering innocent men, women and children in Iraq. People like that should be trialed.

I have a dream that one day every decent American will rise up and say no more to the neoconservative/neo-Bolshevik/Zionist regime.

I have a dream that one day innocent civilians and children in the Middle East will be seen for who they are: decent human beings who are no different from the rest of humanity. I have a dream that one day Palestinian boys will not be shot in the back by Israeli soldiers near their schools.[42]

And even though the neoconservatives/neo-Bolsheviks are still winning, even though they have controlled the political process in much of the West, even though it is hard to break their political power at this present moment, I still have a dream, for lies and deceptions cannot rule forever.

This dream is deeply rooted in the teachings of Christ, who says that all men, at the end of history, will be judged according to their deeds. Moreover, no one will escape that final judgment. This dream is also enhanced by moral and practical reasoning and the rule of law.

I have a dream that one day even Israel, a country that was born out of terrorism and ethnic cleansing,[43] a country that exhibits widespread racism in its literal sense,[44] will be transformed into an oasis of the rule of law.

Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet

I have a dream that one day both Palestinians and Israelis will be living side by side as brothers and fellow decent human beings, helping each other and uplifting one another—perhaps praying to the same creator of heaven and earth.

I have a dream that one day the media will stop manipulating decent Americans. I have a dream that one day Hollywood will stop brainwashing people with movies such as 12 Years a Slave for a more sinister and revolutionary purpose.

I have a dream that one day people like Eli Roth will not use their movies to “fu$k an entire generation.”[45] I have a dream that one day Hollywood will not be able to torture the world with Holocaust nuisances every six months or so.

Even Kate Winslet, Hollywood’s sexual icon, finally got exhausted about this. She declared, “I don’t think we really need another film about the Holocaust, do we? It’s like, how many have there been?”

But Winslet knew that without a Holocaust movie, she can’t get an Oscar. Without prostrating before the Holocaust establishment in Hollywood, Winslet is basically useless. Listen to Winslet carefully here:

“I’m doing this because I’ve noticed that if you do a film about the Holocaust you’re guaranteed an Oscar…. Schindler’sbloody ListThe Pianist—Oscars coming out their ass.”[46]

Winslet was being true to her own statement here, for she sexually screwed herself in the movie the Reader with a young boy and got an Oscar coming out of her own…you know.

I have a dream that one day the Federal Reserve will stop sucking the life out of the poor and needy and sending economic terrorism across America. I have a dream that one day the people behind the Federal Reserve will be prosecuted and jailed like Bernie Madoff.

I have a dream that one day JPMorgan Chase will not just pay $20 billion “to resolve government investigations”[47] but the oligarchs behind the Zionist empire will be trialed and jailed accordingly.

I have a dream that one day the Department of Homeland Security will be able to serve American interest. In July of 2012, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz told us (thanks to my friend Nina Sidorova for sending this article my way through Mondoweiss.net. Sidorova, as she told me, is being persecuted at this present moment):

“Jewish non-profit organizations in the United States will receive 97 percent of the funds granted by the Department of Homeland Security for the fiscal year 2012, money which is aimed at dealing with security threats those institutions face.”[48]

This is our hope, and we shall not wallow in the valley of despair because we are the party of logos, and the opposite of logos belongs to the party of lies and deceptions. Truth, as we all know, is bullet-proof and will not be censored out forever.

When the criminals are behind bars, when the Federal Reserve no longer usurps America, when Hollywood no longer denigrates arts and beauty and the higher order which reflects God’s creation, when the neoconservatives no longer has political power, when people like Elliott Abrams no longer advocate the invasion of a sovereign nation such as Syria under false pretense,[49] when the rule of law is applied consistently, all decent Americans will be able to say:

Free at last! Free at last! Thank God almighty! America is free at last!

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NSAIt has been calculated that the NSA spends from 10 to 100 million dollars every month using taxpayer dollars and then spying on us all.[50]

Julian Sanchez of the Atlantic has argued that U.S. officials could have followed the traditional methods with good results.[51]

In other words, all the taxpayer dollars ended up supporting the “variety of shadowy elites” that we talked about in a previous article. Moreover,

“The Obama administration moved… to prevent a federal judge in California from ruling on the constitutionality of warrantless surveillance programs authorized during the Bush administration, telling a court that recent disclosures about National Security Agency spying were not enough to undermine its claim that litigating the case would jeopardize state secrets..”[52]

Obama could not have taken that major step without his Jewish backers, namely, the neoconservatives. For example, Gary Schmitt of the Weekly Standard and a “Resident Scholar” at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI, a neoconservative think tank) declared:

“For all the headlines produced by Snowden’s treasonous leaks, there still is no smoking gun to suggest that the NSA collection program is some massive breach of American privacy, that it’s a violation of 1st or 4th Amendment rights, or that it’s been run without adequate oversight by the courts, the executive branch, or Congress.

“If anything, as a product of the Snowden materials and the resulting efforts by NSA, the administration, and the congressional intelligence committees to explain the program, we’ve learned just how limited in scope the use of the metadata has been and how microscopically the program is managed to avoid precisely the kinds of abuses now being bruited about but which have no basis in reality.”[53]

In the same vein, Seth Mandel of Commentary declares that Edward Snowden is motivated by his “clear distaste for the very concept of democracy.”[54]

Gary Schmitt
Gary Schmitt

Can someone give those people a hard copy of the Constitution? Or can someone donate a copy of it to the AEI?

How can Schmitt be making authoritative statements like this without even taking into account what the Constitution actually says? The Fourth Amendment explicitly and unambiguously declares,

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”[55]

In other words, if the government happens to be snooping on you, by definition you must be a terrorist, a criminal, a suspect, or something equally worse.

The Founding Fathers would never have imagined such a diabolical scenario, in which virtually the entire world must be subservient to the Israeli-run NSA.

Moreover, how can Iran threaten the entire world when Iranian companies and officials are not the culprits behind the NSA? How can Iran hate America so much when in fact Iran wants American tourists?[56]

How can Iran threaten the entire world when in fact it is Iran that is trying to build peaceful resolution between America and much of the West? How can Iran threaten the entire world when it is the Israeli officials who are opposing any deal with Iran?[57] Did Iran threaten Europe in the 1920s as Zionist terrorism did?

Historian Calder Walton writes that in the early 1920s,

“the main priority for MI5 was the threat of terrorism emanating from the Middle East, specifically from the two main Zionist terrorist groups operating in the Mandate of Palestine, which had been placed under British control in 1921.

“They were called the Irgun Zevai Leumi (‘National Military Organization,’ or the Irgun for short) and the Lehi (an acronym in Hebrew for ‘Freedom Fighters of Israel’), which the British also termed the ‘Stern Gang,’ after its founding leader, Avraham Stern. The Irgun and the Stern Gang believed that British policies in Palestine in the post-war years — blocking the creation of an independent Jewish state—legitimized the use of violence against British targets….

“In November 1944 the Stern Gang had assassinated the British minister for the Middle East, Lord Moyne, while he was returning to his rented villa after a luncheon engagement in Cairo. Moyne’s murder was followed by an escalation of violence in Palestine, with incidents against the British and Irgun and Stern Gang fighters being followed by bloody reprisals.

“In mid-June 1946, after the Irgun launched a wave of attacks, bombing five trains and 10 of the 11 bridges connecting Palestine to neighboring states, London’s restraint finally broke. British forces conducted mass arrests across Palestine (codenamed Operation Agatha), culminating on June 29—a day known as ‘Black Sabbat’ because it was a Saturday—with the detention of more than 2,700 Zionist leaders and minor officials, as well as officers of the official Jewish defense force (Haganah) and its crack commandos (Palmach)…

“On July 22, the Irgun dealt a devastating blow, codenamed Operation Chick, to the heart of British rule in Palestine when it bombed the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, which housed the offices of British officialdom in the Mandate, as well as serving as the headquarters of the British Army in Palestine.

“The bombing was planned by the leader of the Irgun, Menachem Begin, later to be the sixth prime minister of Israel and the joint winner of a Nobel Peace Prize.

“On the morning of July 22, six young Irgun members entered the hotel disguised as Arabs, carrying milk churns packed with 500 pounds of explosives. At 12:37 p.m. the bombs exploded, ripping the facade from the southwest corner of the building.

“This caused the collapse of several floors in the hotel, resulting in the deaths of 91 people. In terms of fatalities, the King David Hotel bombing was one of the worst terrorist atrocities inflicted on the British in the twentieth century.”[58]

The genius of the “Jewish Century” is that Begin committed a terrorist act and got a Nobel Prize in return. But Zionist terrorist activities did not stop there:

“In the wake of the bombing, the Irgun and the Stern Gang launched a series of operations outside Palestine, just as the reports coming into MI5 had warned. At the end of October 1946 an Irgun cell operating in Italy bombed the British Embassy in Rome, and followed this in late 1946 and early 1947 with a series of sabotage attacks on British military transportation routes in occupied Germany.

“In March 1947 an Irgun operative left a bomb at the Colonial Club, near St Martin’s Lane in the heart of London, which blew out the club’s windows and doors, injuring several servicemen.

“The following month a female Irgun agent left an enormous bomb, consisting of 24 sticks of explosives, at the Colonial Office in London. The bomb failed to detonate because its timer broke.

“The head of Metropolitan Police Special Branch, Leonard Burt, estimated that if it had gone off it would have caused fatalities on a comparable scale to the King David Hotel bombing — but this time in the heart of Whitehall.

“At about the same time, several prominent British politicians and public figures connected with Palestine received death threats from the Stern Gang at their homes and offices.

“Finally, in June 1947, the Stern Gang launched a letter-bomb campaign in Britain, consisting of 21 bombs in total, which targeted every prominent member of the cabinet. The two waves of bombs were posted from an underground cell in Italy.”[59]

This has been a consistent pattern. By 2013, according to Israeli investigative journalist Ronen Bergman, Israel had its own “kill list.”[60]

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john_j_mearsheimer1As it turns out, the Israeli regime wants to continue its old game at the expense of virtually the entire world, most specifically the United States. As Stanley Kutler of the University of Wisconsin points out,

“the Israeli Prime Minister continues to work the back door as he recently announced that he had dispatched a delegation of Israeli military and intelligence experts to ‘advise’ their American counterparts on Iran.”[61]

But trying to control virtually the entire world comes with a great price. As Professor John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago recently pointed out,

“The pursuit of global domination, however, has other costs that are far more daunting. The economic costs are huge—especially the wars—and there are significant human costs as well. After all, thousands of Americans have died in Afghanistan and Iraq, and many more have suffered egregious injuries that will haunt them for the rest of their lives…

“By backing the campaign against Assad, the Obama administration has helped turn Syria into a haven for terrorist groups. In fact, groups that loathe the United States dominate the armed opposition to Assad…

“Intervening in Syria will just make the terrorism problem there worse, unless, of course, Washington helps Assad defeat the rebels and return to the status quo ante. That is unlikely to happen, however, because Obama is committed to arming the rebels.

“But backing the rebels certainly does not solve the terrorism problem, as the most powerful groups are comprised of jihadists who hate America.”[62] Mersheimer indirectly ends up saying that if the Zionist ideology is suspended for at least one year in America, decent Americans would do well economically:

“[T]he economic costs of global dominance have been enormous. For starters, the United States has had to maintain a huge and sophisticated military with bases all over the world so that it can intervene anywhere on the planet. Not surprisingly, its defense budget dwarfs that of any other country; in 2012, for example, the United States spent more on defense ($682 billion) than the next ten countries combined ($652 billion).

“That enormous defense budget accounts for roughly 20 percent of U.S. government spending, which is almost as much as it spends on Social Security and about the same amount it spends on Medicare and Medicaid put together. And then there are the various wars America has fought since 2001, which will probably end up costing a staggering $4–6 trillion.

“The enormous amount of money spent on defense since September 11 has contributed significantly to America’s huge national debt, which is now well over $16 trillion. That debt has been a major drag on the American economy and promises to be so for a long time to come.

“Some of the hundreds of billions of dollars wasted on preparing for and fighting unnecessary wars could have been spent instead on education, public health and transportation infrastructure, just to name a few areas on the home front where additional resources would have made the United States a more prosperous and livable country.”[63]

dees changeYours truly has been saying for months that the war in Iraq alone has caused unimaginable damages to America and the Middle East, and Mearsheimer, like Andrew J. Bacevich, agrees:

“The fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq has exacted a huge price from the U.S. military—especially the army and the Marines. More than 6,700 soldiers have been killed so far in those two conflicts, and over fifty thousand have been wounded in action, about 22 percent with traumatic brain injuries.

“Furthermore, as always happens in war, many of the combatants are psychological casualties, as they return home with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or depression. The Department of Veterans Affairs reported in the fall of 2012 that more than 247,000 veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars have been diagnosed with PTSD. Many of those soldiers have served multiple combat tours.

“It is hardly surprising that the suicide rate in the U.S. military increased by 80 percent from 2002 to 2009, while the civilian rate increased only 15 percent. And in 2009, veterans of Iraq were twice as likely to be unemployed as the typical American.

“On top of all that, returning war veterans are roughly four times more likely to face family-related problems like divorce, domestic violence and child abuse than those who stayed out of harm’s way.”[64]

Since the economy is in a bad shape, “40 percent of jobless youth [are] facing mental illness symptoms with one-in-three contemplating suicide.”[65]

The twelve neoconservative apostles
The twelve neoconservative apostles

And even after the government spent billions upon billions of years in Iraq in so-called counterterrorism, the New York Times itself reported just recently, “Qaeda-Aligned Militants Threaten Key Iraqi Cities.”[66]

And then this: “Iraq fighters, Qaeda allies, claim Falluja as new state.”[67] In January 4th alone, more than 100 people were dead in that place.[68] Earlier, 118 people were killed across the country and 53 others were wounded.[69]

My fellow Americans, this is where our tax dollars have led us. The Zionist machine wants us to spend billions upon billions of dollars on spying on the entire world with absolutely and positively no result. What we get in return is hatred of America, more conflict in the Middle East, and more al-Qaeda cells.

Then you have the brilliant and coherent John Kerry who keeps blaming Assad for every single bomb in Aleppo while at the same time absolving the rebels/jihadists from any responsibility.[70] Kerry did not even mention that those same jihadists fight among themselves![71] Kerry even made a fool of himself without mentioning the fact that the rebels/jihadists reject peace talk,[72] while Assad has always been willing to open the debate.[73]

Kerry didn’t mention that “an alliance of seven rebel groups launched attacks across northern Syria on Friday against the jihadist militants who call themselves the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS — a powerful Qaeda affiliate that includes foreign fighters.”[74] I guess Assad has to be blamed for that too.

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[1] Michael Isikoff, “NSA Program Stopped No Terror Attacks, Says White House Panel Member,” NBC News, December 20, 2013.

[2] “National Intelligence Chief Declassifies Bush-Era Documents on NSA Programs,” Guardian, December 21, 2013.

[3] David Cole, “The NSA on Trial,” NY Review of Books, December 18, 2013.

[4] Devlin Barrett, “Judge Deals Blow to NSA Phone Spying,” Wall Street Journal, December 16, 2013.

[5] Brian Fung, “The NSA Refuses to Deny Spying on Members of Congress,” Washington Post, January 4, 2014.

[6] “Federal Judge Rules NSA Program Is Likely Unconstitutional,” Washington Post, December 16, 2013.

[7] Andrea Peterson, “Obama Can’t Point to a Single Time the NSA Call Records Program Prevented a Terrorist Attack,” Washington Post, December 23, 2013.

[8] Stephen Braun and Kimberly Dozier, “US Spy Court: NSA to Keep Collecting Phone Records,” Associated Press, January 2, 2014.

[9] See for example Paul Buchheit, “Tax Avoidance on the Rise: It’s Twice the Amount of Social Security and Medicare,” Common Dreams, January 7, 2013.

[11] Lucy Craft, “Japan’s State Secrets Law: Hailed by U.S., Denounced by Japanese,” npr.org, December 31, 2013.

[12] Steve Coll, “The C.I.A.’s Lawyer: Water-Boarding and Memory,” New Yorker, January 2, 2014.

[13] Quoted in Dan Murphy, “Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, in His Own Words,” Christian Science Monitor, October 7, 2013.

[14] Gil Hoffman, “Livni Named One of 150 ‘Women Who Shake the World,’” Jerusalem Post, March 8, 2011.

[15] Spencer Ho, “Settlement Construction Rate Rises 70% in 2013,” Times of Israel, October 17, 2013; see also “Israel advances on over 100 settler homes during Kerry visit,” Times of Israel, January 6, 2014

[16] Condoleezza Rice, No Higher Honor: A Memoir of My Years in Washington (New York: Broadway Books, 2011), 732.

[17] Ibid.

[18] Ronald Reagan, “The Reagan Plan: U.S. Policy for Peace in the Middle East,” Council on Foreign Relations, September 1, 2982.

[19] “The World’s Most Powerful Women,” Forbes, August 31, 2006.

[20] Rice, No Higher Honor, 282.

[21] Quoted in “Rice Touts Ideals Promoted by U.S.,” Washington Times, March 28, 2005.

[22] Rice, No Higher Honor, 93-94.

[23] Ben Hubbard, Robert F. Worth, and Michael R. Gordon, “Power Vacuum in Middle East Lifts Militants,” NY Times, January 4, 2014.

[24] Ron Paul, “Iraq: The ‘Liberation’ Neocons Would Rather Forget,” Antiwar.com, January 6, 2014.

[25] Ibid.

[26] Condoleezza Rice, “Why We Know Iraq Is Lying,” NY Times, January 23, 2003.

[27] Ibid.

[28] Dana Milbank and Mike Allen, “Iraq Flap Shakes Rice’s Image,” Washington Post, July 27, 2003.

[30] Rice, “Why We Know Iraq Is Lying,” NY Times, January 23, 2003.

[31] See for example Paul R. Pillar, Intelligence and U.S. Foreign Policy: Iraq, 9/11, and Misguided Reform (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011), 32-35.

[32] Ibid., 49.

[33] Rice, No Higher Honor., 29.

[34] Ibid., 117.

[35] Daniel Halper, “an Email from Condi,” Weekly Standard, July 11, 2012.

[36] William Kristol, “Romney-Rice?,” Weekly Standard, July 6, 2012.

[37] Leslie Kaufman, “Condoleezza Rice to Write Book for Henry Holt,” NY Times, March 19, 2013.

[38] For a recent analysis, see Paul R. Pillar, “Breaking Down the Freedom Agenda,” National Interest, January 6, 2014.

[39] Coll, “The C.I.A.’s Lawyer: Water-Boarding and Memory,” New Yorker, January 2, 2013.

[40] Rice, No Higher Honor, 120.

[41] “Tony Blair Enjoys ‘Best Year Yet’ With Over £13m In Bank,” Huffington Post, January 6, 2014.

[42] “Israel: No Evidence That Boy Killed by Soldiers Posed Any Threat,” Human Rights Watch, January 5, 2014.

[43] See for example Zeev Sternhell, The Founding Myths of Israel (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998); Ilan Pappe, The Forgotten Palestinians: A History of the Palestinians in Israel (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011); Benny Morris, The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee: Problem Revisited (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003); Ilan Pappe, The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (London: One World Publications, 2007). Benny Morris, 1948: A History of the First Arab-Israeli War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008).

[44] See for example Ilan Pappe, The Forgotten Palestinians: A History of the Palestinians in Israel (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011); Bob Dreyfuss, “Racism in Israel,” The Nation, December 23, 2013.

[45] Quoted in Stuart Dredge, “Netflix series Hemlock Grove: ‘People want their horror horrific,’ says Eli Roth,” Guardian, April 10, 2013.

[46] Quoted in Christopher Orr, “The Book Thief: The Holocaust as After School Special,” Atlantic, November 15, 2013.

[47] Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Ben Protess, “JPMorgan Chase Nears a $2 Billion Deal in a Case Tied to Madoff,” NY Times, January 5, 2014.

[48] Natasha Mozgovaya, “U.S. Jewish NGOs to Get 97% of Homeland Security’s Defense Grants in 2012,” Haaretz, July 2, 2012.

[49] Elliott Abrams, “Haunted by Syria?,” Weekly Standard, January 13, 2014, Vol. 19, NO. 17.

[50] Philip Bump, “How Much Money Do We Pay the NSA to Spy on Us?,” The Wire, June 7, 2013.

[51] Julian Sanchez, “The War on Terror’s Jedi Mind Trick,” Atlantic, December 23, 2013.

[52] Charlie Savage and David E. Sanger, “White House Tries to Prevent Judge from Ruling on Surveillance Efforts,” NY Times, December 21, 2013.

[53] Gary Schmitt, “Rogue Panel Reports on Non-Rogue NSA Program,” Weekly Standard, December 21, 2013.

[54] Seth Mandel, “A Complex Issue and a Simplistic Snowden,” Commentary, December 24, 2013.

[56] Christopher Reynolds, “

[57] See for example Paul R. Pillar, “Let’s Be Honest on Iran,” National Interest, January 2, 2014.

[58] Calder Walton, “How Zionist Extremists Helped Create Britain’s Surveillance State,” Foreign Policy, January 1, 2014.

[59] Ibid.

[60] Ronen Bergman, “Israel’s Kill List,” Foreign Policy, December 5, 2013.

[61] Stanley Kutler, “‘Israel Can Do No Wrong’: Jewish Dissent, Jewish Repression,” Huffington Post, January 2, 2014.

[62] John J. Mersheimer, “America Unhinged,” National Interest, January 2, 2014.

[63] Ibid.

[64] Ibid.

[65] “40 Percent of Jobless Youth Facing Mental Illness Symptoms with One-in-Three Contemplating Suicide,” Rawstory.com, January 2, 2014.

[66] Yasir Ghazi and Tim Arango, “Qaeda-Aligned Militants Threaten Key Iraqi Cities,” NY Times, January 2, 2014.

[67] Yasir Ghazi and Tim Arango, “Iraq Fighters, Qaeda Allies, Claim Falluja as New State,” NY Times, January 3, 2014.

[68] “More Than 100 Dies as Iraq Battles Al-Qaeda,” Daily Star (Lebanon), January 4, 2014.

[69] Margaret Griffis, “118 Killed, 53 Wounded in Iraq Clashes,” Antiwar.com, January 3, 2014.

[70] Michael R. Gordon, “Iran Urged to Use Influence with Syrian Leader,” NY Times, January 6, 2014.

[71] Hwaida Saad and Rick Gladstone, “Qaeda-Linked Insurgents Clash With Other Rebels in Syria, as Schism Grows,” NY Times, January 3, 2014; “Syria rebels free al-Qaida captives as ‘war within a war’ deepens,” Guardian, January 6, 2014; Howard LaFranchi, “Syria Power Struggle: Are Fortunes of the More Moderate Rebels Rising?,” Christian Science Monitor, January 6, 2014.

[72] “Syrian Rebels Reject Peace Talks in Geneva,” Times of Israel, October 28, 2013.

[73] “Assad Ready to Talk Peace, Russia Says,” Boston Globe, July 23, 2013.

[74] Robert Mackey, “Syrians Protests Assad and Islamist Militants,” NY Times, January 3, 2014.

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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, history of 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.
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