…by Jonas E. Alexis
Which method would you take first when removing spider webs from your house: clean the house, or kill the spider that created the problem in the first place?
Any person with an ounce of brain cells knocking together should immediately deduce that killing the spider is indeed the first step. If you clean the house first, you can be sure that the same spider is going to mess things up again, which means you are going back to square one. Put simply, you would have to clean the house for the rest of your natural life if you do not catch that spider and step on it.
Now let us apply this same scenario in the political realm. “Actress Angelina Jolie pleaded with world powers Friday to help the millions of Syrian refugees, sharply criticizing the U.N. Security Council for being paralyzed by its division over Syria’s four-year conflict.”
“We cannot look at Syria, and the evil that has arisen from the ashes of indecision, and think this is not the lowest point in the world’s inability to protect and defend the innocent.”
“It is sickening to see thousands of refugees drowning on the doorstep of the world’s wealthiest continent,” she said. “No one risks the lives of their children in this way except out of utter desperation.”
The Associated Press reported,
“Jolie, who said she has made 11 visits to Syrian refugees in the region since the crisis began in 2011, called strongly for the political will to act. She said the council’s powers lie unused because its members cannot agree on how to address the conflict.”
So far, so good. Children indeed are precious and we all should be concerned about their well-being. How can a person look at those children and still think that they do not deserve a second chance? What did they do wrong to deserve the brutalization in the region? Obviously Jolie got our attention.
But did Jolie tell us how those children end up being stranded in this useless war? Did she tell us who the instigators are? Did he mention the ideological forces that are pushing the buttons?
The answer is no. She cannot mention those deep issues because that means she would have to quit prostrating before the Dreadful Few in Hollywood. Jolie must know that the key players behind this movement are the Israeli regime and Jewish Neocons in the United States. To cite Jewish Neocon Daniel Pipes once again:
“The West should prevent either side [both Assad and the Syrian rebels/terrorists/jihadists] in the civil war from emerging victorious by helping whichever side is losing, so as to prolong their conflict.’
“This policy recommendation of ‘helping whichever side is losing’ sounds odd, I admit, but it is strategic”
Did you catch that? If Assad is winning, then the U.S. should support the Syrian terrorists; if the terrorists are winning, then the U.S. should support Assad—and this should go on until both entities slaughter each other! If that is not diabolical, what is?
Jolie, of course, does not have the courage to tell us what Pipes means. Even at the time of this writing, the LA Times itself has reported that “Israeli warplanes struck military targets in Syria early Saturday…” Meanwhile, the Syrian rebels/terrorists “seized a strategic town Saturday in northwestern Syria, sending government troops fleeing after intense clashes that have seen the opposition take nearly all of a crucial province.”
Will Jolie join us in denouncing people like Pipes and saying that they are marshaling a really wicked plan? If Jolie wants to fight the real spider that is causing the problem, does she mean to tell us that she has never heard of the Neoconservative movement? If she has, why hasn’t she said a word about this?
Are we to believe that Jolie did not know that both the U.S. government and the Israeli regime have supported the Syrian terrorists? Doesn’t she know that the Neoconservatives have also been on the front line saying that we ought to take Assad out of the Zionist game?
Isn’t Jolie well aware that the the Neoconservatives and their puppets such as John McCain and Lindsey Graham were and are still coming out of the woodwork and are asking for Assad’s head on a silver platter?
Doesn’t Jolie know that the Neoconservatives/Neo-Bolsheviks want to create a disaster in Iran as well? Does she mean to tell us that she has never seen John’s Bolton’s article in the New York Times, in which he desperately argues that the U.S. needs to bomb Iran? Has she never heard of a group named AIPAC, which is actually a Jewish fifth column in the United States?
If the answer to those questions is no, then Jolie needs to take a sabbatical from Hollywood and at least visit her local library. Even if she wants to be lazy, a quick google search will help as well.
It would be my honor to personally send Jolie Francis Fukuyama’s chilling essay entitled “After Neoconservatism,” in which the flaming Neocon of Stanford (formerly of Johns Hopkins) admits that the Neoconservative movement and Stalinism/Leninism are basically two sides of the same coin. So, if Stalin and Lenin’s mass killing gives Jolie nightmare, then she needs to join us in fighting the Neoconservative movement, which is really Neo-Bolshevism.
In addition, Jolie may have to start reading John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt’s The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, Paul R. Pillars’ Intelligence and U.S. Foreign Policy, and Murray Friedman’s The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and Public Policy. She will quickly discover that, among other things, the war in Iraq was spearheaded by almost exclusively Jewish intellectuals.
Lest we be accused of anti-Semitism or something equally weird, let us bring in again Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, a flaming Jewish Zionist. Friedman bragged that the war in Iraq
“was disseminated by a small group of 25 or 30 neoconservatives, almost all of them Jewish, almost all of them intellectuals (a partial list: Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith, William Kristol, Eliot Abrams, Charles Krauthammer), people who are mutual friends and cultivate one another and are convinced that political ideas are a major driving force of history.”
Perle also bragged that George W. Bush “did not make decisions, in part because the machinery of government that he nominally ran was actually running him.” What Perle fails to mention is that it was Neo-Bolsheviks (of Jewish extraction)—people like himself—who were conning the president into declaring war.
In fact, it was Perle who told the American people that the United States needed to act on its Iraq policy (which was really neoconservative policy) quickly, otherwise “it will open the floodgates to terror against us.”
William Kristol “is believed to exercise considerable influence on the president, Vice President Richard Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld; he is also perceived as having been instrumental in getting Washington to launch this all-out campaign against Baghdad…”
Those Neocons, says defense analyst Michael Lofgren, are “kind of like the terminator” and “they just don’t die. You would think they would be so discredited they would be shamed, but they have no shame”
If Jolie does not have the courage to address the real disease but wants to toe-dance around the symptom, then there is no way we can take her seriously at all. Her enterprise is just publicity stunt and show business. In fact, Jolie’s father is none other than actor Jon Voight, a staunch defender of Israel.
You remember what happened last year? When actress Penelope Cruz could no longer stomach Israel’s crimes against the Palestinians and voiced her opinions, Voight was on the front line saying that Cruz was “inciting anti-Semitism.” In 2011, Voight even encouraged Jolie to go to Israel. Jolie’s biographer Andrew Morton writes that with the encouragement of Jewish friends, Voight
“began to explore Judaism more closely, contributing to Jewish charities like Chabad and in time, according to his friend John Boorman, even considering converting to Judaism.”
Voight even told a Jewish script-writer by the name of Stuart Paul that they both have “‘a spiritual contract’ to ‘love, respect, and protect each other’s psyches.’” Morton writes that “The Pauls are a pious, close-knit Jewish family, and Jon found that very appealing.”
Another issue that Jolie would have to explain is that if she really cares about children in Syria and their well-being, why doesn’t she show the same level of concerns in her professional life? What kind of message is Jolie sending those young and precious Syrian children in movies such as Wanted?
The movie Hell’s Kitchen, according to biographer Andrew Morton, is about “dirty story of revenge, drugs, and sleazy sex…” Another biographer writes, “After viewing the steamy sex scenes between Jolie and Banderas [in Original Sin], producers decided to cut ten minutes’ worth for fear of their explicit nature putting off potential film-goers.”
Does Jolie really think that she can build with her right hand while her left hand seeks to destroy?
Moreover, Jolie has directed movies such as In the Land of Blood and Honey, which is similar “to the Jewish story,” meaning the “Holocaust.”
In order to promote the movie, both Jolie and her husband Brad Pitt went to the Holocaust Museum in Washington. During their visit, one interviewer asked her a question about the Israel/Palestine conflict which I thought was quite stunning:
“Do you have any idea about the current situation and maybe some ideas how to solve the conflict?”
“Do I? Oh my… (she laughs, nervously) I wish I had the perfect answer for you. I wish I knew how to solve it. If I feel that I could help in any way, if I felt like I could be a part of the solution I’d like to help be a part of the solution, not just visit…”
Jolie was certainly in denial. Israel’s massacre in Gaza last year could be viewed as the definition of tikkum olam, which is another way of saying that the Israeli regime is going to repair the Middle East by wiping out the Palestinians.
The massacre was so brutal that John Kerry had to say that “It’s a hell of a pinpoint operation, a hell of a pinpoint operation.” By just saying that, Daniel Halper of the Weekly Standard wrote that Kerry mocked Israel!
Yet many Jews who suffered during World War II also condemned Israel’s horrible actions in Gaza. Norman Finkelstein has recently written about the massacre in Method and Madness.
When the dust was finally settled, about 2,200 Palestinians lost their lives and 18,000 homes were completely destroyed “or badly damaged.” “More than 370,000 children have been left shell-shocked by last year’s Israeli attack on Gaza.” What is equally worse is that 70% of those who happened to be victims “did not take part in the hostilities” in the first place.
The million-dollar question is this: Why didn’t Jolie join those Jewish in condemning Israel? Why is she coming out of the woodwork now and pretending to defend Syrian children? What about the children in Gaza? What about the concentration camps there? Are those children worth at all? Why hasn’t she said a thing about Israel at all?
There are indeed too many blind spots in Jolie’s enterprise. Her movie Unbroken is also about World War II. The final question is this: Will she ask the Dreadful Few in Hollywood to produce a movie about Stalin’s war of extermination? Let us take the Zionist narrative for just a moment. We are told that Hitler slaughtered at least 6 million Jews. But no serious scholar would want to lose his credibility by saying that Hitler was worse than Stalin.
Again, I would like to see a movie about Stalin’s war of extermination. Jolie has to explain to us why we have to have at least one Holocaust movie year single year. If she cannot do that, then all we can say is that her presence at the United Nations only advances her career and compliments the work that she has been doing for the Dreadful Few in Hollywood.
In fact, she had to prostrate before the powers that be when she “found herself having sex on camera…” Even after she began to reach her celebrity status,
“Life was undecidedly unfunny for Angie…After the shoot she experience the typical depression associated with the ending of collegial venture such as making a movie. In Angie’s case, though, it was compounded by her feelings of worthlessness and alienation…contemplating taking her life.
“‘I didn’t want to know if I wanted to live because I just didn’t know what I was living for,’ she later told Rolling Stone. She decided to take sleeping tablets and cut her wrists with one of her knives.
“He didn’t have enough pills, however, and she asked her mother…to mail her more. Then she wrote a note for the hotel’s housekeeping staff asking them to call the police so that no one would have the distress of finding her body…
“At some point, lying on the bed, she came to a conclusion of sorts: ‘You might as well live a lot, really hard, and not give a shit, because you can always walk through that door. So I started to live as if I could die any day.’”
After she was established in Hollywood and bought her own apartment at the age of nineteen, Jolie still
“felt a profound depression afterward, spiraling into a mood of anger, sadness, and hopelessness. As much as she embraced life, burning faster and running harder than her contemporaries, so did she reject life, as she rejected herself. It was almost as if she didn’t really deserve a home of her own.
“Once she got the keys to the apartment, she found herself sitting on the floor sobbing because she had to pick out a carpet color and didn’t think she would live long enough to see the carpet installed.
“Having a nice home of her own, it turned out, didn’t resolve her inner torment. And now she was truly lost: If a home didn’t provide the feeling of being finally ‘home,’ what would?”
How did she deal with all that depression and worthlessness? She said:
“Some people go shopping. I cut myself. I started having sex and sex didn’t feel like enough and my emotions didn’t feel like enough. My emotions kept wanting to break out.
“I grabbed a knife and cut my boyfriend—and he cut me…We had this exchange of something and we were covered in blood and my heart was racing and it was something dangerous. Life suddenly felt more honest than whatever this ‘sex’ was supposed to be. It felt so primitive and it felt so honest…”
Jolie admitted that she got involved in sadomasochism, which she said was “good for my image.”
What image? Could this also mean Jolie had to get involved in sadomasochism in order to make it in Hollywood? Did she have to sell herself like a whore? We know that Hollywood has a pedophilia problem, but Jolie was volunteering for sadomasochism? If that is the case, then this woman needs to stay away from the Syrian children.
In any event, if Jolie wants her life to have serious meaning and ultimate purpose, perhaps she needs to follow the moral order all the way through. The moral order—which inevitably leads to logic, reason, harmony, and which to us reached its culmination in the life of Christ—is a path that decent people should take. People may not want to reach ultimate Logos, but the moral order is our weapon against unreasonable people.
Another extremely important here is that Jolie needs to remember that the Dreadful Few simply do not care about her. They only care when Jolie is able to bring them huge amount of money at the box office. Movies such as Mr. and Mrs. Smith brought huge cash, so Jolie was revered:
But Jolie has recently been called a “minimally talented spoiled brat” with a “rampaging spoiled ego” from “Crazyland” by Jewish producer Scott Rudin (the same guy who produced Team America). Rudin has more nasty things to say about Jolie:
“She’s a camp event and a celebrity and that’s all, and the last thing anybody needs is to make a giant bomb with her that any fool could see coming.”
Rudin certainly think that he owns Goyim like Jolie:
“Rudin forced an employee to tape the definition of ‘anticipate’ above his desk. Another had to make 300 calls in a row, in one day. Rudin once pitched a fit when brought the wrong sushi. He is known for issuing the following declarations:
“‘Don’t ever f–king think — I hired you from the neck down.’ ‘This is a new level of stupid.’ ‘Why doesn’t everyone just do what I say?’ ‘My silence is high praise.’ ‘Do you think you’ll even vaguely perform your duties as my employee?’ ‘You have three things to do: answer the phone, listen to me and die.’”
If Jolie has a hard time figuring out how the industry works, perhaps she needs to ask rapper DMX. Long before Rudin started humiliating the Goyim, DMX said:
“The industry doesn’t have to do with talent; it’s about playing the game…The industry—money, bitches, hate…The industry is like ‘Wait’! But in the street we’re like, ‘Get them’!
“The industry—if you ain’t got a strong mind—will break you down, [and] it’s a matter of time. The industry vultures with nothing to feast on…The industry plays in the dirt, stays in the dirt—test the wrong one in the industry and you will get hurt.
“The industry wanted, dead or alive, new artists to sell their souls…to survive. The industry don’t give a fu$k about you! But the industry couldn’t make a dime without you!”
Perhaps it is time for Jolie to tell “The Industry” good bye. Perhaps it is time for her to become the woman for which she was created. Perhaps it is time for her to take life seriously and stop playing games with the “traditional enemy of the truth.”
But if she wants to stay in “The Industry,” sells her body for money and power, and then tries to make a moral point, then you can be sure that she is deconstructing her own moral point. As E. Michael Jones rightly points out,
“Those who set out to debunk the moral and spiritual order were in the end debunked by their own lives. Since they choose desire over truth, the explication of their desires debunked their entire intellectual system.”
 Daniel Pipes, “Support the Syrian Rebels?,” National Review, May 12, 2013.
 BatSheva Sobelman, “Israeli planes strike targets in Syria, Arab media report,” LA Times, April 25, 2015.
 Sarah El Deeb, “Syrian Town Jisr Al-Shughour Seized By Rebels In Major Blow To Assad,” Huffington Post, April 25, 2015.
 See for example Kelley Vlahos, “Neocons Are Back—But Not in the GOP,” American Conservative, September 5, 2013; Bob Dreyfus, “Neocons, Hill Democrats Push for War Against Syria,” The Nation, May 23, 2013; Ewen MacAskill, “Mitt Romney: Arm the Syrian Rebels,” Guardian, October 8, 2012; “Republicans Voice Support for Arming Syria Rebels,” Jerusalem Post, February 23, 2013; Sean Sullivan, “Republicans Criticize Obama on Syria,” Washington Post, June 16, 2013.
 See for example Murray Friedman, The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and the Shaping of Public Policy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005); Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke, America Alone: The Neoconservatives and the Global Order (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004); Paul R. Pillar, Intelligence and U.S. Foreign Policy (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011).
 Quoted in Avi Shavit, “White Man’s Burden,” Haaretz, April 3, 2003.
 David Rose, “Neo Culpa,” Vanity Fair, November 3, 2006.
 Stephan Halper and Jonathan Clarke, America Alone: The Neoconservative and Global Order (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 209.
 Ari Shavit, “White Man’s Burden,” Haaretz, April 4, 2003.
 Quoted Kelley Vlahos, “Neocons Are Back—But Not in the GOP,” American Conservative, September 5, 2013.
 Sam Webb, “Angelina Jolie’s father Jon Voight slams ‘ignorant’ Penelope Cruz for inciting anti-Semitism by signing letter to Israel over Gaza conflict,” Daily Mail, August 3, 2014; Jenn Selby, “Jon Voight: Angelina Jolie’s father accuses Penelope Cruz of ‘inciting anti-Semitism’ with Gaza ‘genocide’ letter,” The Independent, August 3, 2014; Toyin Owoseje, “Angelina Jolie’s Father Jon Voight at War with Penelope Cruz over Gaza,” International Business Times, August 4, 2014.
 Jennifer Lipmann, “Angelina Jolie Should Go to Israel, Says Dad Jon voight,” The Jewish Chronicle, February 1, 2011.
 Andrew Morton, Angelina: An Unauthorized Biography (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2010 ), 67.
 Ibid., 66.
 Ibid., 68.
 Ibid., 120.
 Rhona Mercer, Angelina Jolie: Portrait of a Superstar (London: Blake Publishing, 2009), 81.
 Danielle Berrin, “Angelina Jolie and Genocide Beyond the Holocaust,” Jewish Journal, December 14, 2011.
 Danielle Berrin, “Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt talk to Israel’s Channel 10 during a visit to Holocaust Memorial Museum,” Jewish Journal, January 11, 2012.
 Daniel Halpel, “Hot Mic: Kerry Mocks Israel: ‘A Hell of a Pinpoint Operation,” Weekly Standard, July 19, 2014.
 “Holocaust survivors condemn Israel for ‘Gaza massacre,’ call for boycott,” Haaretz, August 23, 2014.
 Robert Tait, “Israel’s Gaza house bombing policy illegal, human rights group says,” Telegraph, January 28, 2015.
 Robert Tait, “Hundreds of Thousands of Children Shell-Shocked After the War in Gaza,” Telegraph, January 28, 2015.
 Tait, “Israel’s Gaza house bombing policy illegal, human rights group says,” Telegraph, January 28, 2015.
 Morton, Angelina, 99.
 Ibid., 99-100.
 Rhona Mercer, Angelina Jolie: Portrait of a Superstar (London: Blake Publishing, 2009), 18.
 Ibid., 39-40.
 E. Michael Jones, Degenerate Moderns: Modernity as Rationalized Sexual Misbehavior (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2012), 236.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.