Neocon and Zionist Psychopaths in Politics



…by Jonas E. Alexis

snakes-in-suitsOne of the definitions of a psychopath is that of a person“who does not care about other people, and who is usually dangerous or violent.”

When such a person is unrestrained and is unleashed upon society as a whole, that person’s behavior is almost certainly going to manifest itself in “aggressive, perverted, criminal, or amoral behavior without empathy or remorse.”

Robert D. Hare of the University of British Columbia declares that those people can be “charming” but “deadly.” “Their hallmark is a stunning lack of conscience,” he continues. “Their game is self-gratification at the other person’s expense. Many spend time in prison, many do not.”[1]

Hare adds, “The most obvious expressions of psychopath—but by no means the only ones—involve flagrant violation of society’s rules.”[2] Those psychopaths usually use “charm and chameleon-like abilities to cut a wide swath through society” and leave “a wake of ruined lives behind them.”[3]

In that sense, psychopaths function “without the restraints of conscience.”[4]

Joachim Hagopian, a West Point graduate, notes that psychopaths

“hold doctorates in deceit and deception. Psychopaths are super intelligent charmers who are highly skilled at playing others in order to get what they want.

“They are keenly perceptive at reading people, understanding their motives and values, brilliant at learning their weaknesses and blind spots, and highly effective at inducing both sympathy and guilt in others.”

In short, all psychopaths have “a deeply disturbing inability to care about the pain and suffering experienced by others…a complete lack of empathy, the prerequisite of love.”[5]

In the same vein, Kent A. Kiehl of the University of New Mexico argues that psychopaths are pathological liars; they lack empathy, guilt and even remorse. More importantly, they generally do not want to accept the consequences of their actions.[6]

Sadly, this characterizes much of the neoconservative/neo-Bolshevik and Zionist movement. We will demonstrate this point in a moment.

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But before we do, it must be pointed out in passing that whenever psychopaths have the upper hand in politics and economics, massive reactions—sometimes violent and sometimes peaceful—always follow suit.

Here are two examples. The first clip is about America, when the vast majority of Americans (both “Left” and “Right,” “moralists,” and “immoralists”) discovered that the Bush administration deliberately lied about Hussein’s so-called weapons of mass destruction:

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The second clip is about Egypt, when Egyptian masses realized that the Mubarak regime was literally suppressing them all. (We could have mentioned Wall Street, but time constraints.[7]):

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Now going back to our analysis of psychopaths. Caroline Glick of the Jerusalem Post has recently written an article moaning and writhing about an incident that happened last month. Listen to her disparaging tongue:

caroline-glick-2“Three families in Israel are in agony. On June 12, when their sons Naftali Fraenkel, Eyal Yifrah and Gil-Ad Shaer were kidnapped by Islamic savages, the Fraenkels, Yifrahs and Shaers entered a new world where every breath they take is filled with devastating guilt – that they breathe free while their sons suffer unknown miseries.

“Every moment that passes is filled with crushed hope that they will get word that their sons are free, and then the word doesn’t come. And it doesn’t come the next moment, or the next. And so they will live, in agony, until this ordeal has ended.

“Our hearts go out to these families. Our prayers are continuously directed towards them. And in a profound sense that is uniquely Israeli, the people of Israel share their pain. And with this pain comes a sincere and overpowering desire to do something to bring the captive teenagers home.”[8]

A few days later, those teenagers were found dead in the West Bank. Our hearts go out to the families of those young men as well, for every single life is precious.

Tony Blair—who now has an office in Jerusalem, who is responsible for the deaths of thousands upon thousands of Palestinian children, and who has been making millions of dollars in the Zionist kingdom—is now saying that “it’s a heinous and wicked thing to do.

But why doesn’t the world give a bleep about Caroline and Blair when they squirm? Israeli journalist Gideon Levy, in his recent excellent article “The world is sick of Israel and its Insanities,” tells us the answer,

“The three mothers went all the way to Geneva. One of them went abroad for the first time in her life to go to the United Nations Human Rights Council. But the world, and the council, went on their merry ways.

“It’s the irony of fate: About two years ago, Israel officially suspended cooperation with that council; together with the Marshall Islands, Palau and the U.S., it opposed the council’s very establishment.

“But now, in its distress and the mothers’ distress, it has turned to the council, which is indeed hostile to Israel and spends more time on it than on any other country.

“Suddenly, Israel needs the world. It even needs the UN, which all of a sudden isn’t the worthless body Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion once termed it. But here is something that Glick will never point out. ..

neocon-madness“The world has no reason be more interested in the fate of Naftali Fraenkel, Eyal Yifrah and Gilad Shaar than it is in the fate of their age mate Mohammed Dudin, a boy of 15 who was killed by live fire from Israeli soldiers in Dura last Friday.

“It has no reason to be especially moved by the haunting words of Rachel Fraenkel, who related that her Naftali is a good boy who loves to play guitar and soccer, when Mohammed was also a good boy, who helped his father build their house during his school vacations and sold sweets to help support his family.

“Rachel wants to hug Naftali? Jihad, Mohammed’s bereaved father, also wants to hug his son. Incidentally, nobody brought him to Geneva. He remained alone with his mourning, at the wretched house whose construction hasn’t yet been finished, and perhaps never will be.”[9]
 The world doesn’t seem to take Glick seriously precisely because she doesn’t play by the rules. Her veins start pumping and her face gets red when an Israeli dies, but she doesn’t write an article about people like Rachel Corrie, a young American peace activist who was literally crushed to death by the IDF armored bulldozer in Rafah, Gaza.

Did you know how the neoconservatives respond to Corrie’s death? Here’s Jamie Glazov of FrontPage Magazine:

“[International Solidarity Movement] member Rachel Corrie became a poster child for the leftist pursuit of martyrdom…She was accidentally crushed to death in March 2003 when she tried to obstruct the path of an Israeli bulldozer that was preparing to demolish the house in Rafah where she was lodging. Like her ISM colleagues, she was knowingly abetting terrorists”![10]

Yes, you read that correctly: Rachel Corrie, according to Glazov, was abetting terrorists! How? Glazov does not tell us. I looked for other citations in Glazov’s book and found an article by Bruce S. Ticker written in 2004 entitled, “The Case Against Rachel Corrie.” Ticker, a writer for the Philadelphia Jewish Voice, wrote,

Maybe, just maybe, Rachel Corrie knowingly aided and abetted cold-blooded murderers…

“When Corrie died more than a year ago, it was no great stretch to suspect that she and others who converged on Israel’s territories knowingly supported terrorists. There was certainly no proof and it was just as difficult to figure out any hard connection.

“At the time, my chief objection to Corrie and her pals with the International Solidarity Movement was their interference with Israeli military activities.

“Most are foreigners who endanger lives by the simple act of stepping foot into the middle of a war zone. They put the lives of everyone – themselves, Israeli troops and the Arabs they purport to help – at risk in an already tense and volatile situation.”[11]

Once again, how did Ticker come up with this “rational” conclusion? Here it is again:

“The raid on Rafah brings new facts to light indicating that Corrie and other ISM members had to know they were aiding and abetting terrorists, if they were not participating in terrorism themselves…


Jamie Glazov
Jamie Glazov

“The Israeli military ruled that this was an accident and ISM members accused the driver of murder even before the military could investigate the incident. It may pass the “reasonable person” test that these ISM’ers knew very well they were helping terrorists.”[12]

Now that is how you determine whether a person was abetting terrorists! The sad part is that even to this very day, the Israeli government refuses to conduct an independent and thorough research on this very issue.[13] Joe Carr, an American activist in Gaza, reported:

Still wearing her fluorescent jacket, she knelt down at least 15 meters in front of the bulldozer, and began waving her arms and shouting, just as activists had successfully done dozens of times that day….

“When it got so close that it was moving the earth beneath her, she climbed onto the pile of rubble being pushed by the bulldozer….

“Her head and upper torso were above the bulldozer’s blade, and the bulldozer operator and co-operator could clearly see her.

“Despite this, the operator continued forward, which caused her to fall back, out of view of the driver. He continued forward, and she tried to scoot back, but was quickly pulled underneath the bulldozer.

“We ran towards him, and waved our arms and shouted; one activist with the megaphone. But the bulldozer operator continued forward, until Corrie was all the way underneath the central section of the bulldozer.”[14]

Numerous other eye witnesses testified the same thing. One unnamed individual told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz:

“There’s no way he didn’t see her, since she was practically looking into the cabin. At one stage, he turned around toward the building. The bulldozer kept moving, and she slipped and fell off the plow.

“But the bulldozer kept moving, the shovel above her. I guess it was about 10 or 15 meters that it dragged her and for some reason didn’t stop. We shouted like crazy to the operator through loudspeakers that he should stop, but he just kept going and didn’t lift the shovel. Then it stopped and backed up. We ran to Rachel. She was still breathing.”[15]

But let us see if we can find some clues of Corrie’s terrorist activities in her own journal. Corrie actually wrote that in the Zionist mind, peace means

“a network of Jewish-only roads crisscrossing [Palestinian] land, and no guarantee that a Palestinian state would

Dinesh D'Souza
Dinesh D’Souza

ever exist.

“Peace meant the continuation of an economic stranglehold on Palestinians, and Israel’s veto power over any law passed by the Palestinian Authority. Peace for the Palestinians has also frequently meant being attacked, as Israel has a history of violating cease-fires….

“Many more Palestinian children have been killed since the outbreak of the first intifada. The London Independent apparently doesn’t even allow journalist to use the term terrorism because it’s obfuscatory and it gets in the way of reporting.”[16]

But for Jewish professor Steven Plaut of the University of Haifa, whom Glazov cites approvingly,

“March 16 is the second anniversary of Rachel Corrie’s idiotic decision to commit suicide by challenging an Israeli bulldozer driver to a game of chicken. Corrie won the game, at the cost of her life.”[17]

Plaut repeated the same clap-trap in another article saying,

“I doubt there are any people who are not aware of the fact that Rachel Corrie committed suicide as part of her campaign for the ‘right’ of Palestinian terrorists to murder Jewish civilians in Israel…

“Rachel herself was an America-hating, flag-burning, anti-Jewish extremist.  Her death was clearly an ideologically-motivated suicide, a bit like someone running in the center lanes of the 405 freeway in Los Angeles as a protest against global warming who gets struck down by an 18-wheeler.

“Corrie and her ISM comrades want to protect the right of Hamas terrorists to infiltrate Israel and blow up school buses and cafes.  As a result Corrie became the matron saint of the pro-terror Left


Steven Plaut
Steven Plaut

“She is celebrated by David Duke and the neo-Nazis, as well as neo-Stalinists.   Corrie’s own parents went on a jihad against Israel, publishing bash-Israel materials on the worst jihadist anti-Semitic web sites on earth.

“They also tried to file a civil suit for damages against the Israeli government, but their suit was tossed out as frivolous.”[18]

If Rachel Corrie was an anti-Jewish extremist, then you can count me and the vast majority of other Americans in the same camp. Plaut actually put things into Jewish perspective by literally labeling Corrie “a young terrorist.”[19]

By saying that, Plaut shot himself in the toes because thousands upon thousands of decent Americans, including this writer, have defended Corrie and will continue to do so. Why? Listen to this report:

“Between 2000 and 2004, the Israeli military demolished 1,700 homes in Rafah, leaving about 17,000 people homeless, according to the Israeli human rights organisation B’Tselem.

“Corrie was one of a group of around eight international activists acting as human shields against the demolitions. Fellow activists said she was clearly within the line of sight of the bulldozer driver, who drove straight at her.”[20]

If we should love our neighbors as we love ourselves, shouldn’t we say something when the Israeli regime is literally demolishing thousands of Palestinian homes, leaving people homeless?

The young, passionate and intrepid Corrie, who would be about my age (35), did not die in vain.  Let us see what was inside the mind of that young terrorist:

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 This brings us to an essential point: according to Plaut’s ideology, multiplied-millions of decent Americans who resist the Israeli onslaught of the Palestinians are literal terrorists. And what do you do when you have terrorists in your midst? Get rid of them by using physical aggression or messianic politics. You suppress them by any means.

american-madnessIs it any wonder that decent Americans have been economically and politically suppressed by the neoconservative ideology? Are people like Plaut subtly and indirectly getting rid of Americans?

One way the dreadful few have been able to suppress much of the world is to put a label on anyone who challenges their nefarious and Talmudic weltanschauung. Listen to this: “almost 4 million Canadians are afflicted” by a disease known as anti-Semitism. We are also told that

“Left unchecked, it [the disease] can result in violence tendencies. Many times, those infected haven’t been diagnosed and may pass it on to their children, grandchildren, colleagues or friends. Please help stop the spread of this disease before it contaminates your community.”[21]

Noted British journalist Robert Fisk writes that Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper did not even come to the defense of Canadians when the dreadful few imposed that speech code upon them. Harper was himself “awarded the ‘International Presidential Gold Medal’ for ‘his commitment to the Jewish people and the State of Israel’ in 2008 – by B’nai Brith.”[22]

In a similar vein, Jewish neocon Ben Shapiro tells us that the flotilla boat was a terrorist group aimed at supplying ammunitions to Hamas![23] The evidence?

Well, Shapiro is actually the evidence! If he posits a claim, we do not need to look further because the claim itself is axiomatically self-evident and therefore true. Keep in mind that Shapiro graduated from Harvard Law School! 

Going back to the three Israeli teenagers who were found dead in Gaza, one report declared that right after the incident,


Neocon psychopath: "Serve me or die"
Neocon psychopath: “Serve me or die”

The Israeli government is weighing a possible broad offensive against Hamas in the West Bank and Gaza Strip after soldiers on Monday discovered the bodies of three Israeli teenagers who went missing 18 days ago — though it appears to have few good options for dealing with the Islamic group.”

Richard Behar of Forbes wrote, “The words come painfully, but I cannot even pretend to grasp how painfully they come to the families of the abducted boys in Israel. The worst fears have been realized, the unimaginable has happened…”[24]

Benjamin Netanyahu immediately declared,

“Hamas is responsible, and Hamas will pay.” The teenagers, he continued, “were kidnapped and murdered in cold blood by wild beasts.”[25]

Jewish communities around the world went into almost universal mourning. Jewish journalists Jodi Rudoren and Isabel Kershner of the New York Times quickly responded to the incident by saying,

“A nation that had been enmeshed in hopeful prayer was instantly engulfed by a mix of grief and anger and vowed retaliation against the militant Palestinian group Hamas, which Israel says was behind the killings.”[26]

Anna Geifman of FrontPage wrote, “Acts of terror against the young are the unadvertised ‘latest trend’ in global political violence.”[27]

Without a shred of evidence, Caroline Glick postulates,

“The teens’ abduction and murder was supported by Palestinian society as a whole.

While Israelis were united as never before in worry and prayer for the missing boys, Palestinian society was united in its expressed delight at the abduction and murder of the boys.”[28]

The Palestinian society as a whole? The simple fact is that Palestinians in Jerusalem were also mourning the death of the teenagers.[29] Even right after the teenagers were abducted, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas sent out his deep and sincere apology to the Israeli families.[30]

But since Glick is a complete ideologue, she has to propound lies and deliberate falsification to justify the brutal killings of other lives. She is not alone. Charles Bybelezer, another Jerusalem Post columnist, adds,

“The Palestinian government is an amalgamation of factions, each with their own terrorist militia, dedicated to eradicating Jewish sovereignty from the region.


Iraq (from right to left) before and after the war
Iraq (from right to left) before and after the war

“The kidnapping is the result, not of the fog of war, but rather of our denial that we are, indeed, currently engaged in one.

“Israel continues to treat an implacable enemy – including the rabidly anti-Semitic Palestinian civilian population – as everything other than what it is, leaving our people to incur ongoing tragedies until such time that cold, hard reality sinks in: There is no Palestinian peace camp.”[31]

I think the Palestinians should accept that challenge—to Glick and Bybelezer’s own mortification. Here’s how their Talmudic minds work.

Three Israeli teenagers died, the Israeli government is weighing a possible strike. What if thousands upon thousands of Palestinian children died? How about threatening “children with beatings, isolation, torturing their fathers and raping their mothers and sisters”?

How about stripping a 14-year-old Palestinian of his clothes and beating him? How about trying to suppress documents saying that the Israelis tortured children?[32] The Jerusalem Post itself reported:

“Palestinian children in the Gaza and the West Bank, captured by Israel in the 1967 war, are routinely denied registration of their birth and access to health care, decent schools and clean water, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child said.”[33]

As noted British journalist Robert Fisk has recently put it,

“Three Israeli teenagers killed by Palestinians. Vicious, cruel, unforgivable. True. At least 37 Lebanese children killed by Israel. Regrettable, unfortunate, but the ultimate fault of ‘terrorists.’ Untrue.

“The slaughter of the children at Qana in Lebanon in 1996 – among 109 civilians killed by Israeli shellfire as they sheltered in a UN camp – was a war crime. So, I might add, is the murder of three Israeli teenagers.

“Back in the 1960s, Israel launched air strikes against ‘terrorists’ in Lebanon. Countless thousands of air raids later, they were still staging air strikes to ‘wipe out terrorism’ in Lebanon or to ‘root out the evil weed of terrorism’ (Begin) – the 1982 Lebanon invasion costing around 17,000 lives – and during the siege of Gaza (2008-9) with its more than 1,100 Palestinian dead and 13 Israeli dead (four killed by their own side). President-elect Obama was silent on that – but voluble today, when he condemned ‘this senseless act of terror against innocent youth.’”[34]

Listen to this:

An Israeli human rights organization has accused the country of torturing Palestinian minors, with reported cases of public caging as well as threats and acts of sexual violence.

The Public Committee Against Torture in Israel (PCATI) condemned Israel’s failure to protect Palestinian minors from the alleged torture. The group demanded authorities introduce specific provisions for the protection of all children against torture in Israeli domestic law.

In retaliation to the death of the three teenagers who were found dead, Israeli Defense Forces raided the homes of a Palestinian man in the city of Hebron about twelve in the morning, set up explosives, and detonated them when the family was evacuated.


Middle East (from left to right) before and after the war
Middle East (from left to right) before and after the war

Right after the incident, a Palestinian teenager was pulled into a vehicle in Jerusalem and killed, presumably as a retribution for the death of the Israeli teenagers. Many people in Jerusalem were also shouting “Death to Arabs.”[35]

Subsequently, more than “170 Palestinians were injured in clashes with Israeli forces in occupied East Jerusalem on Wednesday following the kidnapping and killing of a 16-year-old Palestinian from the Shufat neighborhood.”


 Honesty is not a vocabulary for psychopaths

If Glick and others want to be honest, they would report deaths on both sides of the spectrum. But their Talmudic parameters do not allow them to do so.


Reuel Marc Gerecht
Reuel Marc Gerecht

Here is another thing they need to consider: what if America “broke Iraq,”[36] as Kishore Mahbubani of the National Interest and Mark Kukis have pointed out?[37] As Mahbubani has put it, “

“Surely, the American invasion and occupation of Iraq will go down in history as one of the most botched operations of its kind. America spent $4 trillion, lost thousands of American lives and millions of Iraqi lives, and at the end of the day, achieved nothing.”[38]

Dinesh D’Souza, the guy who kept citing Jewish historian Bernard Lewis approvingly to the effect that Abu Ghraib was “like Disney Land,”[39] now tells us in his new book that

“The Iraq War, undertaken by George W. Bush, was also a mistake. I supported the war at the time, because I believe the Bush administration’s claim that Iraq had ‘weapons of mass destructions (WMDs). In retrospect, that proved to be false.

“I don’t understand how a country can invade another country based on the suspicion that they have WMDs. We should not have gone in unless we knew they had WMDs.”[40]

Keep in mind that it was D’Souza who said a few years after the Iraq invasion that “The important thing is that 50 million Afghans and Iraqis are free, and for the first time in their history, they have a chance to control their own destiny.”[41]

D’Souza continued to propound then that “the American left is secretly allied with” Islamic radicals “to undermine the Bush administration and American foreign policy”![42]

Finally, when it was rightly pointed out that Abu Ghraib looked like a sexual jungle, D’Souza dismissed all allegations with one statement:

dinesh“Abu Ghraib did not reflect the shared values of America, it reflected the sexual immodesty of liberal America.”[43]

D’souza was not alone in propounding those dumb ideas. Reuel Marc Gerecht of the Weekly Standard and a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute declared then that “sexually sensitive Muslims” who “revolted” against Abu Ghraib should embrace the new government,[44]which the neoconservatives have created because Iraq was on the verge of democracy. He continued,

“Properly understood, the spread of democracy in the Muslim Middle East is now well into its second century.”

Those Muslims and Arabs, Grecht further declared, “have vastly more important things to worry about”[45]than Abu Ghraib, which is a small price to pay. Democracy, according to this logic, is the big picture.

Sexual decadence and pornography in its literal form is just one tree in the forest. Sensitive Muslims ought to be looking at the forest. They ought to mix pornography with Jewish democracy.

In other words, Muslims should accept sodomy because after sodomy you have the Zionist interpretation of freedom. And if you revolt against handcuffing men in contorted positions, having them wear women’s underwear, having them masturbate, and forcing them to have sex with one another in Abu Ghraib,[46]you are sexually sensitive.

Now D’Souza expects us to give him a free pass by just acknowledging that the Iraq War was just a mistake. D’Souza shouldn’t be stupid enough to brush aside the fact that the invasion will cost the American people at least six trillion dollars.[47]

D’Souza does have the caliber to know that the war has already cost thousands upon thousands of lives both in America and in the Middle East, including 360,000 veterans who may have brain injuries.[48]

But since he is still amazing thousands upon thousands of dollars saying deliberately dumb things, he is not going to issue a full-fledge apology to the American people and to the thousands upon thousands of decent people in the Middle East who have lost all because of the war. 

 Psychopaths and Terrorists

To return to Caroline Glick, she did not mention thousands upon thousands of Iraqi families who have lost just about everything due to the neo-Bolshevik/neoconservative invasion in Iraq. She did not mention the economic consequences of the war.[49]

Will Glick apologize to the American people? Will she tell her neocon cohorts to stop destroying Iraq?[50]

Will Glick tell the Zionist state to stop supporting terrorists such as the Syrian rebels, who merged with other terrorists and then ended up kidnapping up to 186 Kurdish students?[51]

The fact is that she will not, and if you think she will, you need your head examined.[52] Glick must know that more than a thousand Iraqis, mostly civilians, have lost their lives this past June.[53]

At this present moment, 40,000 Christians are on the brink of disintegration due to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).[54] 1,075 civilians lost their lives in June, while almost 1,200 others were wounded.

Glick and her neoconservative cohorts are completely silent because emphasizing casualties on both sides would literally destroy her clunky reasoning.

Instead of saying that they were accomplices in the Middle East debacle, neoconservatives such as Bruce Thornton put all the blame on the incompetency of the presidency.[55]

We certainly do have a problem neo-Bolshevik/neoconservative/Zionist problem here, and that problem is complex precisely because the neo-Bolsheviks are against all mankind.

For example, if terrorist groups such as the Syrian rebels or MEK want to overthrow the Syrian government or Iran, they will align with those terrorist groups.

Keep in mind that in 2009 and 2012, the terrorist group MEK was removed from EU and U.S. terrorist lists.[56] Keep in mind that people like John McCain are still playing dice with the Syrian terrorists. Keep in mind that America is both directly and indirectly supporting terrorist groups like Al Qaeda.[57]

Here we are seeing a vital contradiction that simply refuses to go away because we are dealing with actual psychopaths in politics. But many Americans do not realize that they have been scammed and lied to by psychopaths.

One person who constantly and subtly points this out is Paul Craig Roberts, an economist and former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration. He has recently and powerfully declared,

“Americans live in The Matrix, not in the real world. One day Americans could wake up stunned by reality, or they could die from weapons of mass destruction and not wake up.

“Americans are nothing but cannon fodder for the neoconservative drive for Washington’s world hegemony. The media on which Americans rely lies to them and prevents them from knowing any significant truths.

“Americans can learn that they lost the World Cup, but they cannot learn of their government’s crimes and drive toward war, or of the responses of other powerful countries whose governments are unwilling, unlike England, Germany, and France, to be Washington’s vassals.”

This problem was quickly recognized by one of the figureheads of the old conservative movement. His name was Russell Kirk. We will discuss his views on the neoconservative movement in the next article.

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[1] Robert D. Hare, Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of Psychopaths Among Us (New York: Guilford Press, 1993), 1.

[2] Ibid., 2.

[3] Ibid.

[4] Ibid.

[5] Ibid., 6.

[6] Kent A. Kiehl, The Psychopath Whisperer: The Science of Those Without Conscience (New York: Crown Publishers, 2014).

[7] For a good article on Wall Street, see E. Michael Jones, “Wall Street Rises,” Culture Wars, October 2012.

[8] Caroline B. Glick, “Column One: The Names of the Victims,” Jerusalem Post, June 26, 2014.

[9] Gideon Levy, “The World Is Sick of Israel and its Insanities,” Haaretz, June 29, 2014.

[10] Jamie Glazov, United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror (Los Angeles: WND Books, 2009), 187-188.

[11] Bruce S. Ticker, “The Case Against Rachel Corrie,” Free Republic, may 20, 2004.

[12] Ibid.

[15] Ibid.

[16] Rachel Corrie, Let Me Stand Alone: The Journals of Rachel Corrie (New York: W. W. Norton, 2008), 226.

[17] Steven Plaut, “The Anniversary of Rachel Corrie’s Suicide on Behalf of Terrorists,” Free Republic, March 16, 2005.

[18] Steven Plaut, “Celebrating Rachel Corrie: Israeli Tax Dollars at Work,”, July 14, 2013.

[19] Ibid.

[20] Harriet Sherwood, “Rachel Corrie Lawsuit Result ‘Dangerous Precedent’ Say Human Rights Groups,” Guardian, August 28, 2012.

[21] Quoted in Robert Fisk, “How On Earth Can Israel Tolerate This Filth From B’nai Brith Canada?,” The Independent, June 29, 2014.

[22] Ibid.

[23] Ben Shapiro, “The Jew-Hating Obama Administration,”, July 2, 2014.

[24] Richard Behar, “Horrific: Bodies Of The Three Kidnapped Teens In Israel, One An American, Have Been Found,” Forbes, June 30, 2014.

[25] Quoted in Jessica Chasmar, “Netanyahu: ‘Hamas Will Pay’ for Death of Israeli Teens,” Washington Times, June 30, 2014.

[26] Jodi Rudoren and Isabel Kershner, “Israel’s Search for 3 Teenagers Ends in Grief,” NY Times, June 30, 2014.

[27] Anna Geifman, “Why Terrorism Strikes at Children,”, July 2, 2014.

[28] Caroline B. Glick, “Our World: The Time Has Come for America to Stand Up,” Jerusalem Post, July 1, 2014.

[29] Nathan Jeffay, “As Israel Mourns Slain Teens, Everyone Wants Someone to Blame,” Jewish Daily Forward, July 1, 2014.

[30] William Booth and Ruth Eglash, “Palestinian President Abbas condemns abduction of teens and Israeli response,” Washington Post, June 17, 2014.

[31] Charles Bybelezer, “Why the Boys Were Kidnapped,” Jerusalem Post, July 1, 2014.

[32] Phoebe Greenwood, “Israel Furious at UN Report Detailing Torture of Palestinian Children,” The Telegraph, June 21, 2013.

[33] “UN: Israel Tortured Detained Palestinian Children,” Jerusalem Post, June 20, 2013.

[34] Robert Fisk, “Israeli teenagers’ funeral: It is obscene when either side kills children – not only Palestinians,” The Independent, July 1, 2014.

[35] “Was Palestinian Youth Found Dead a Victim of Revenge Killing?,” Jewish Daily Forward, July 2, 2014.

[36] Kishore Mahbubani, “America Broke Iraq: Three Lessons for Washington,” National Interest, July 1, 2014.

[37] Mark Kukis, Voices from Iraq: A People’s History, 2003-2009 (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011).

[38] Mahbubani, “America Broke Iraq: Three Lessons for Washington,” National Interest, July 1, 2014.

[39] Dinesh D’Souza, The Enemy at Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11 (New York: Broadway Books, 2007), 84.

[40] Dinesh D’Souza, America: Imagine a World Without Her (New York: Regnery Publishing, 2014), kindle edition.

[41] D’Souza, The Enemy at Home, 248-249.

[42] Ibid., 23.

[43] Ibid., 151.

[44]Reuel Marc Gerecht, “Who’s Afraid of Abu Ghraib?,” Weekly Standard, May 24, 2004.

[45] Ibid.

[46]Mark Danner, Torture and Truth: America, Abu Ghraib, and the War on Terror (New York: New York Review

of Books, 2004),, 18, 564.

[47] See for example Michael B. Kelley, “The Iraq War Could Cost More Than $6 Trillion,” Business Insider, March 14, 2014; Bob Dreyfuss, “The $6 Trillion Wars,” The Nation, March 29, 2013; “Iraq war costs U.S. more than $2 trillion –study,”, March 14, 2013.

[48] Gregg Zoroya, “360,000 Veterans May Have Brain Injuries,” USA Today, March 5, 2009.

[49] For a recent development, see Larry Elliot, “US Economy Shrinks at Fastest Rate since Recession as Harsh Winter Bites,” Guardian, June 25, 2014.

[50] Time magazine has recently reported that the U.S. plans to split Iraq into three states. Michael Crowley, “The End of Iraq,” Time, June 19, 2014.

[51] James Harkin, “Up to 186 Kurdish Students Kidnapped by ISIS in Northern Syria,” Guardian, June 26, 2014.

[52] Many of these people will produce the most blatant lie ever concocted in order to attack their opponents. Recently, when rabbi Schmuley Boteach has learned that the Presbyterian Church in America has started to protest against Israel, he has postulated without even a second thought that “In the wake of the Oslo Accords, in which Israel granted the PLO political autonomy in the West Bank, about 60,000 Americans were murdered in Israel.” Schmuley Boteach, “By Condemning Israel, Presbyterians Condemn Themselves,” New York Observer, June 23, 2014.

[53] “Iraq toll ‘more than 1,000 in June,’” BBC, June 23, 2014.

[54] “Days of Terror: Iraqi Christians Live in Fear of ISIS,” Spiegel, June 26, 2014.

[55] Bruce Thornton, “Melancholy Lessons from Iraq,”, June 25, 2014.

[56] Guy Taylor, “Rally of Strange Bedfellows: To Change Iran, US Group Backs Former ‘Terrorists,’” Washington Times, June 29, 2014.

[57] For a recent development, see for example Eli Lake, “Exclusive: Al Qaeda’s American Fighters Are Coming Home—And U.S. Intelligence Can’t Find Them,” Daily Beast, May 20, 2014.

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