…by Jonas E. Alexis
In his excellent article “American Sniper Mythology and Other Tales of Horror,” Gordon Duff makes the point that
“If you kill more than dozen people as a sniper and you aren’t guilty of murdering innocent civilians, I would be very surprised.
“If you are insane enough to convince yourself, let’s say you are in Afghanistan or Iraq, countries where it is legal for any civilian to carry a weapon and no sane person would go outside without one, that shooting ‘armed Muslims’ makes you a hero, you are both a liar and a fool. You are probably also a psychopath….
“What has been confirmed is that some American units serving in both Iraq and Afghanistan simply murdered civilians, and we mean women and children in ‘drive by’ type shootings. They would drive down the road and simply shoot at people walking by. Americans have been convicted of this. Another ‘trick’ is to drive by a group of kids and toss a hand grenade at them.
“Were these deaths added to the ‘sniper kills?’ My guess would be yes.”
In short, Duff says that
“War is about thugs with guns working for banks and oil companies, for drug cartels and crooked politicians…There are no good wars, there never were.
“The Civil War wasn’t fought over slaves and the American War of Independence, in the end, turned out to be a struggle between international banking cartels with the worst one winning in the end when the Rothschilds took over the US in 1913.”
This is not far-fetched at all. And if you doubt this assessment, just pick up a serious historical study on any major war in Europe and America and you will find that “thugs with guns working for banks and oil companies” are always behind wars.
Take for example Winston Churchill. At the time of his death, Churchill’s father, Randolph, “owed ‘the astonishing sum of 66,902 pounds’ to the Rothschilds alone.” Shortly thereafter, “Winston became a protégé of Natty Rothschild and the same Jewish moneylenders who had financed his father’s career.”
One of those Jewish moneylenders was none other than Ernest Cassel, “whose loyalty was neither to party or nation, but only to profits.”
To make a long story short, Winston eventually became “Cassel’s creature” and was therefore bound to leave the world of reason and order and to move into a world which Cassel had largely created out of the Jewish matrix. Once Churchill was locked into that matrix, all hell broke loose:
“When the Kaiser requested permission to buy 2.5 million tons of food [during World War I], Churchill denied the request because his aim, in his own words was to ‘starve the whole population—men, women and children, old and young, wounded and sound—into submission.
“Om March 3, 1919, ‘four months after Germany had accepted an armistice and laid down her arms,’ Churchill told the House of Commons that, ‘we are enforcing the blockade with rigour, and Germany is very near starvation….’
“In December 1918 the German Board of Public Health claimed that 763,000 Germans had died because of the blockade.
“In April 1919 Dr. Max Rubner claimed that another 100,000 German civilians had died following the armistice but that figure did not include the Germans who died between April and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in July, so the number of Germans who died from Winston Churchill’s starvation blockade most probably approximates the number of Irish who died during the Great Famine.”
When Winston Churchill fell into the able hands of the Dreadful Few, he immediately became a predator who never ceased to look after money. And since “the love of money is the root of all evil,” no price was too high for Churchill, and the man eventually became one of the Dreadful Few’s willing executioners. When Germans were dying of starvation during World War I, Churchill pronounced exuberantly:
“I know this war is smashing and shattering the lives of thousands every moment—and yet—I cannot help it—I love every second I live.”
In 1943, Churchill dragged the Zionist cat out of the bag when he said,
“The twin roots of all our evils, Nazi Germany and Prussian militarism, must be extirpated. Until this is achieved, there are no sacrifices we will not make and no lengths in violence to which we will not go.”
Churchill should have listened closely to Jewish poet Heinrich Heine, who declared in the nineteenth century that “money is the god of our time, and Rothschild is his prophet.”
In fact, no one can fall into the hands of the Dreadful Few without becoming a monster—and Chris Kyle, sad to say, was one of their victims. As a sniper, it is said that he killed 160 people. And Jewish Neocon Max Boot indeed did not miss his opportunity to tell us that American Sniper is a great film.
“Clint Eastwood,” Boot wrote, “is telling it like it is…American soldiers did behave themselves in exemplary fashion in Iraq, certainly compared to their enemies who drove car bombs into crowds of civilians and ruthless tortured to death anyone they suspected of opposing them.”
“[W]while many veterans bear psychological scars from their service, few have any regrets about their service. Many would no doubt nod in recognition along with Chris Kyle when he says that his only regret was that he couldn’t save more American soldiers–by, presumably, killing more of their enemies.”
What in the world is this man talking about? Has he ever conducted a thorough study on how soldiers responded to the invasion in Iraq? Has he read any scholarly work on this very issue at all?
Jewish movements have turned America into a war machine which never ceases to kill its own children in the most brutal way. To be more precise, the neoconservative movement—or the Neo-Bolshevik ideology—is responsible for turning countries in the Middle East against us all. Bin Laden himself asked Americans to stay away
“from the fear and intellectual terrorism being practiced against you by the neoconservatives…the bitter truth is that the neoconservatives are still a heavy burden to you.”
If you think bin Laden was mistaken here, let us listen to Jewish scholar Stephen M. Feldman himself:
“For more than twenty-five years, starting in 1980, neoconservatives stood at the intellectual forefront of a conservative coalition that reigned over the national government.
“Neocons earned this prominent position by leading an assault on the hegemonic pluralist democratic regime that had taken hold of the nation in the 1930s.”
Other Jewish scholars such as Murray Friedman said something similar. The culmination of the “assault on the hegemonic pluralist democratic regime” was the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, which was essentially Jewish, theologically Talmudic, and economically and politically disastrous. We know for example the war in Iraq will eventually cost us at least $6 trillion.
Military historian and former Colonel Andrew Bacevich, whose son died in Iraq, writes,
“Apart from a handful of deluded neoconservatives, no one believes that the United States accomplished its objectives in Iraq, unless the main objective was to commit mayhem, apply a tourniquet to staunch the bleeding, and then declare the patient stable while hastily leaving the scene of the crime.
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.
“In 2011, the year the Iraq War ended, one out of every five active duty soldiers was on antidepressants, sedatives, or other prescription drugs.
“The incidence of spousal abuse spiked, as did the divorce rate among military couples. Debilitating combat stress reached epidemic proportions. So did brain injuries. Soldier suicides skyrocketed.”
Boot is not that dumb and is certainly familiar with some of the scholarly literature. He certainly cannot put aside books like Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed their Soldiers and Their Country, They Were Soldiers: How the Wounded Return from America’s Wars: The Untold Story, and We Meant Well: How I Helped Lose the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the Iraqi People.
Let us hear from some of the soldiers themselves and unpack the lies which the neoconservative movement used to get us in Iraq:
What we are seeing here is that Kyle became a product of the war in Iraq, and there is no legitimate reason to take his testimony seriously. The Dreadful Few, through the war in Iraq, turned Kyle into a monster. And Clint Eastwood awarded him with a Hollywood blockbuster.
26-year old Katie Pavlich, News Editor at Townhall.com, a neoconservative website, said unashamedly:
“American Sniper will give you chills, make you cry and will leave you proud.”
Proud of what? Killing innocent civilians in the name of freedom and democracy?
Kyle, as we all know, was out to shoot Iraqis like birds. He wrote, “I never once fought for the Iraqis. I could give a flying fu$k about them.” At one point in his book, he even said,
“I hated the damn savages I’d been fighting. I always will. They’ve taken so much from me.”
There is no doubt that Kyle lied in his autobiography. In fact, former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura sued Kyle for lying and won a whopping $1.845 million.
Gordon Duff ends his article with the sentence, “Planning terror attacks to keep the world killing each other pays well.”
Absolutely true. In fact, it could be added that working for the Dreadful Few (in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, etc.) and defending the Zionist regime in America can actually get you a nice job. Why do you think Zionist snipers like Sarah Palin, Bill O’Reilly, and Rush Limbaugh, among others, are supporting American Sniper? Why do you think people like Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity are still around making noise?
Why do you think Ventura sued Kyle for “unjust enrichment,” which is the idea that “one person has unjustly or by chance made money at the expense of another, requiring restitution”?
Finally, why do you think that Clint Eastwood got so many accolades for the American Sniper from his neoconservative and Zionist brethren? Here’s what he said:
“I’m a big supporter of Israel.”
As it turns out, it is no accident that Eastwood would end up prostrating before his masters, who currently hold much of the political landscape in America captive. It is also no accident that Eastwood would deliberately ignore other factors in the movie. As one critic puts it,
“[T]he film isn’t focused on a group of soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, or the difficulties with being reacquainted with civilian life, or the inadequacies of the Veterans Administration…
“The biggest shame is that the film could have sparked discussion about the tragic plight of America’s soldiers. Veterans are coming home to a country that hasn’t done enough to take care of them.
“Twenty-seven percent of veterans are disabled compared to about 14 percent of the general population; six percent of households receiving food stamp benefits have a veteran in them. The federal government estimates there are almost as many as 50,000 homeless veterans at any one time.
“But Kyle is not one of those veterans. He made millions of dollars writing about his time in the military, and was eager to go back. He was a star featured by Conan O’Brien and the mega-church talk circuit.
“Although his family promised to donate book royalties to veterans organizations, only two percent ever actually made it to veterans. Kyle manufactured tall tales of shooting down carjackers in Texas and looters in Katrina, none of which was held against him, despite the fact that armed vigilantism is illegal.
“Kyle’s life story is designed to glamorize military life during the post-9/11 era, to make it seem exciting, morally unambiguous and sexy. It is about as far away as you can get from showing the very real horrors our military men and women have endured during 14 years of war: broken bodies, homelessness, unemployment, and more death than financial rewards.”
Much of the film, the critic previously wrote, is “a bastardization of history that has been used by war proponents.” As West Point graduate and former U.S. Army officer Joachim Hagopian would have put it, some Americans are letting the political bastards get them down.
Don’t let that happen to you or your family.
 Cited in E. Michael Jones, Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict between Labor and Usury (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2014), 1201.
 Cited in ibid.
 Cited in ibid., 1202.
 Ibid., 1211.
 Quoted in Niall Ferguson, The House of Rothschild: Money’s Prophets, 1798-1848, Vol. I (New York: Penguin, 1999), 17, 214-215.
 Max Boot, “American Sniper and the Truth About Iraq,” Commentary, January 22, 2015.
 Quoted in Michael Scheuer, Osama bin Laden (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), 17.
 Stephen M. Feldman, Neoconservative Politics and the Supreme Court: Law, Power, and Democracy (New York: New York University Press, 2012), 1.
 See for example Murray Friedman, The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and the Shaping of Public Policy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), 121; Ari Shavit, “White Man’s Burden,” Haaretz, April 4, 2003.
 I have expanded on this in Christianity & Rabbinic Judaism, vol. II (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2013).
 See for example Bob Dreyfuss, “The $6 Trillion Wars,” The Nation, March 29, 2013; “Iraq War Cost U.S. More Than $2 Trillion, Could Grow to $6 Trillion, Says Watson Institute Study,” Huffington Post, March 14, 2013; Ernesto Londono, “Study: Iraq, Afghan war costs to top $4 trillion,” Washington Post, March 28, 2013.
 Andrew Bacevich, Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed their Soldiers and Their Country (New York: Metropolitan Books, 2013), 94, 105.
 Andrew J. Bacevich, Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country (New York: Metropolitan Books, 2013); Ann Jones, They Were Soldiers: How the Wounded Returns from America’s Wars: The Untold Story (Chicago, IL: Haymarket Books, 2013); Peter Van Buren, We Meant Well: How I Helped Lose the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of the Iraqi People (New York: Metropolitan Books, 2012); see also Mark Thomson, “A General Writes the First After-Action Report on the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq: Why We Lost,” Time, May 22, 2014.
 Chris Kyle, American Sniper (New York: Harper Collins, 2013), 194.
 Ibid., 219.
 Dan Lamothe, “Jesse Ventura wins $1.8 million in damages against Chris Kyle, slain Navy SEAL sniper,” Washington Post, July 29, 2014.
 Zaid Jilani, “The Ugly Truth About ‘American Sniper,’” Salon.com, January 25, 2015.
 Lamothe, “Jesse Ventura wins $1.8 million in damages against Chris Kyle, slain Navy SEAL sniper,” Washington Post, July 29, 2014.
 Zaid Jilani, “The Ugly Truth About ‘American Sniper,’” Salon.com, January 25, 2015.