…by Jonas E. Alexis
I have said in the past that if you are not on the side of logic, reason, morality, and ultimately the truth, then don’t ever get into a dialogue or debate with Vladimir Putin because he will slice you to shred. You will be ripped open and then cut down like a piece of meat.
Putin has single-handedly messed up the New World Order and now NWO agents have universally called him the bad boy. Agreeing with Mitt Romney, Matthew Continetti of National Review and the editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon has declared that
“Vladimir Putin’s Russia is the most dangerous threat to America. And not only to America: Russia’s attempts to reclaim its empire spread conflict and misery, prolong war, destabilize the postwar alliance system that has brought security and prosperity to the world, and erode Western values such as freedom, equality, and individualism.
“Though Russia may no longer espouse global Communist revolution, the consequences of its militarism and aggression are not limited to a small geographic area…The stronger Putin becomes, the more despotic, poorer, and more corrupt is the world.”
To support some of his dubious and incoherent claims, Continetti cited a report by the American Enterprise Institute, a Neoconservative think tank, saying that America must rebuild its military forces and challenge Putin. “As America has waned,” Continetti perversely said, “Putin has waxed. And so for America to wax, Putin must wane.”
“The Time has come for a revised strategy toward Russia,” Continetti added, “the greatest military and ideological threat to the United States.” In a similar vein, political slut Marco Rubio has said that the West “must encounter” Putin because he has assaulted the “international security.”
Rubio really thinks that he can handle Putin. “The more our current president fails the test of leadership against Putin,” he told the Wall Street Journal, “the more important it becomes for our next president to pass it. I will pass this test.” “Under my administration, there will be no pleading for meetings with Vladimir Putin,” Rubio added, “He will be treated as the gangster and thug that he is. And yes, I stand by that phrasing.”
The National Review has been barking like Chihuahuas since last year. It has produced the writing of people like Victor Davis Hanson and Thomas Sowell, two of the leading intellectual morons in the twentieth century, most particularly when it comes to issues like Iraq and Russia.
The simple fact is that Putin has been trying in vain to tell NWO agents to defend their risible position in a serious dialogue or debate, but they all have chickened out. Putin said:
“I don’t really understand how our American partners can criticize Russia’s counterterrorism effort in Syria while refusing direct dialogue on the all-important issue of political settlement.”
The position that the U.S. is pursuing in Syria, says Putin, “is apparently based on a lack of agenda.” NWO agents simply “have nothing to discuss.” Yes, NWO agents and Satan worshipers simply have no serious arguments, so they are earnestly hoping that things go wrong in Syria so that they can put all the blame on Putin and Assad. Listen to Jewish Neocon Charles Krauthammer:
“Putin’s objectives in Syria are blindingly obvious… Putin’s highest ambition is to avenge and reverse Russia’s humiliating loss of superpower status a quarter-century ago.”
Where do they get these people? Putin has made it clear since last year that the United States cannot simply go and destabilize one country after another and leave the innocent people with the mess. Putin mentions Iraq, Libya and Afghanistan ad infinitum to build his case. But now Krauthammer is telling us that “Putin’s highest ambition is to avenge and reverse Russia’s humiliating loss of superpower status a quarter-century ago”! If that is not the zenith of stupidity, then what is?
You see, Krauthammer is actually making Putin’s case stronger: The New World Order worships Satan. We have repeatedly argued that the New World Order is Satanic precisely because it is anti-Logos. And this “anti-Logos” ideology has made a surge in academic circles. E. Michael Jones has argued that academe, to a large extent, is Satanic because it has embraced anti-Logos principles.
“The Long March which led to the establishment of Satanism as the official philosophy of academe in our day began with Friedrich Nietzsche. Jacques Derrida—like Michel Foucault, the other pillar of post-modernity—is a follower of Nietzsche, who proclaimed the Will to Power as the alternative to the West’s traditional docility to the truth.”
Our political categories in the United States have also become Satanic in that they have all pledged allegiance to Israel, a state which has denied and even attacked Logos in the political and moral realm. This is why Putin has indirectly declared that this pledge to Satanism “is a path to degradation.”
So, Putin only had ultimately two options: He could sit and watch how Satan’s kids are bringing the world into complete chaos, or he could formulate a formidable challenge to NOW agents. As we have seen over the past few weeks, Putin has chosen the latter.
The principle that NWO agents and Satan worshipers in the U.S. is trying to impose on much of the world, says Putin, is simply this: “If you’re not with us, you’re against us!” Putin ironically responded: “Brilliant logic.” In response to McCain’s frivolous and promiscuous claim that Putin is a bad guy, Putin responded,
“Mr. McCain as is known, is a Vietnam veteran. I would assume his hands are elbow deep in civilian blood. It appears he just cannot get by without repeating scenes that are atrocious to us, of the murder of Gaddafi. On TV screens around the world, we were shown his murder, where he was drenched in blood. Is this what you call democracy? They murder him [Gaddafi] without a trace or trial.”
“Gaddafi’s fate,” Putin continued, should have been decided “via democratic methods.” But bloodthirsty gangsters, prostitutes and whores like McCain did not want to go through the “democratic methods” precisely because they have already pledged allegiance to the New World Order, which again is anti-democratic, anti-Western, anti-reason, anti-peace, pro-chaos and therefore Talmudic and diabolical.
If you think this is not so, then listen to McCain as he explains away the bombing of a hospital by U.S. forces in Afghanistan. Keep also in mind that the Pentagon knew that it was a hospital long before U.S. forces began their terrorist operation there:
“This tragedy – and it’s a terrible tragedy – would not have occurred if the Taliban had not attacked the place to start with. And so I find it ludicrous and insulting that people would say because of this terrible accident that somehow, war crimes are committed. To call that a war crime distorts the definition of a war crime.”
So, you bombed a hospital, in which there was no terrorist activity, you kill doctors without borders, but that is not a war crime because political prostitute John McCain says so. Is this man from another planet? How can he not see that serious politicians like Putin will not accept this mumbo jumbo? Does McCain really want to tell us that he does not know that his own statement is psychotic?
What if Putin had done bombed the hospital? Would McCain be saying, “Oh, good Job, Vlad”? Or would he be saying, “bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb Russia”? You see, no price is too high for NWO agents and Satan worshipers, and this is why we are all against them.
McCain has gotten people so upset over the years that Allison Kilkenny of the Huffington Post has declared, “Ladies and Gentlemen, John McCain is a big fu$king whore. John McCain is an embarrassment of contradictions.”
In his speech, Putin said that Russia has many allies around the world. He argued, “We have more allies than we have enemies.” China, Iran, and Japan would agree with Putin here. The following speech was delivered four years ago, but it is still vibrant as current events unfold:
Putin also has academic friends in the United States as well. Gordon Adams of American University and Stephen M. Walt of Harvard are not really helping NWO agents and Satan worshipers by saying the following:
“As much as many Americans and Europeans may abhor what President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia did in Crimea and Ukraine, Moscow’s intervention in Syria may offer the first glimmer of hope for ending the quagmire there. Mr. Putin is right that only stable governance and security will allow Syrian refugees to return home.
“The United States should have two goals in Syria. First, bring order to those parts of the country that the Islamic State does not control. Second, strive to build a coalition of forces that can contain the Islamic State and eventually replace it. Russia’s ‘intrusion’ could offer a chance to achieve both.”
I appreciate Adams and Walt’s candor here, but it is a sheer myth to say that NWO agents and Satan worshipers in the United States want to achieve peace in Syria. If that were the case, then they would have stopped supporting the Syrian rebels/terrorists a long time ago.
Moreover, we have said that NWO agents deliberately wanted to create chaos in Syria precisely because they preposterously (and diabolically) thought that it would bring about their own version of heaven on earth.
“While the sectarian character of the civil war in Syria is now publicly bemoaned in the West, it seems fair to say that in 2006 the US government foreign policy apparatus believed that promoting sectarianism in Syria was a good idea, which would foster ‘US interests’ by destabilizing the Syrian government…
“The US government knows perfectly well that the Saudi government blames Iran for things that the Iranian government has nothing to do with, and is unconcerned about this…But as the 2006 cable makes clear, the US was happy to make common cause with Saudi Arabia in blaming Iran for things happening in Syria with which Iran had no connection.”
Adams and Walt continue to put NWO agents and Satan worshipers in a hot water by saying:
“This means setting aside American prejudices and heated political rhetoric. Russia isn’t an intruder in Syria; it has been involved there for decades, just as America has been involved throughout the Middle East for more than 60 years. Mr. Assad is Russia’s protégé, and Syria is an operations base for the Russian military. The United States has its own, significantly larger set of friends and operating facilities in the region.”
But Adams and Walt seem to defeat their great insights by adding:
“Russia must face reality as well. Mr. Putin will have to accept that Mr. Assad can’t remain in office in perpetuity and that his regime must change. The alternative is chaos, an opportunity for the Islamic State to embed itself and expand its operations, and an end to any role in Syria for Mr. Assad’s minority Alawite sect (an offshoot of Shiite Islam).”
In a democratic society, who really decides whether an officially elected president has to remain in office? A foreign nation like the United States? Or the people within the nation? How do Adams and Walt explain the fact that Assad won the last election by a landslide?
There are too many problems with Adams and Walt’s proposition here. If they are advocating that Assad needs to transfer his power over to a new government, who will that be? ISIS? The Syrian rebels? Some Zionist puppets?
Second, both Adams and Walt ignored the fact that the Israeli regime had direct connections with ISIS in their analysis. Both scholars did not even address the fact that “America’s allies,” as the Daily Beast itself put it last year, “are funding ISIS.”
Last May, classified documents showed that “The West, gulf countries, and Turkey support the opposition; while Russia, China, and Iran support the regime.” The New York Times itself admitted last March that “C.I.A. Cash Ended Up in Coffers of Al Qaeda.” In the same vein, William Engdahl has pointed out that ISIS, the C.I.A. and NATO are in bed with one another. Other scholars such as Nafeez Ahmed are basically saying the same thing.
So, do Adams and Walt mean to tell us that they absolutely have no clue of who is behind ISIS? Do they mean to tell us that a country like America could not defeat ISIS a long time ago? Now here is the rub: the U.N. has recently reported that ISIS pays recruiters $10,000 per person. Where do they get that money? From space? Who is Faust in this diabolical story here?
I really respect and appreciate the work that Walt has done over the years, and I am happy that he has come out and said that Putin is not entirely wrong. But it seems that he is being disingenuous when he and his colleague ignore some of the fundamental issues in Syria.
 Matthew Continetti, “How to Confront Vladimir Putin,” National Review, October 10, 2015.
 Marco Rubio, “Putin Is Expanding His Power in the Middle East—We Must Counter Him,” National Review, September 21, 2015.
 Patrick O’Connor, “Marco Rubio Steps Up Rhetorical Attacks on Vladimir Putin,” Wall Street Journal, October 2, 2015.
 See for example Victor Davis Hanson, “What Drives Vladimir Putin?,” National Review, May 8, 2014.
 Victor Davis Hanson, “Only Deterrence Can Prevent War,” National Review, September 4, 2014; Thomas Sowell, Intellectuals and Society (New York: Basic Books, 2009), chapter 7. Hanson has really deteriorated intellectually over the past few years largely because he has sided with the enemy. He said in his article: “Only lunatics from North Korea or Iran once mumbled about using nuclear weapons against their supposed enemies.” You simply can’t make this stuff up. Hanson is a military historian, and surely he knows Israeli military historian Martin van Creveld, who brags: “We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets for our air force…. We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.” War Game, Guardian, September 21, 2003.
 “Putin: I don’t get how US can criticize Russian op in Syria if it refuses dialogue,” Russia Today, October 15, 2015.
 See Finian Cunningham, “Why US fears Putin success in Syria,” Russia Today, October 16, 2015.
 Charles Krauthammer, “Will Putin’s Middle East Gambit Succeed?,” National Review, September 17, 2015.
 See E. Michael Jones, “The Great Satan and Me: Reflections on Iran and Postmodernism’s Faustian Pact,” Culture Wars, July/August 2015; “The Great Satan and Me, Part II,” Culture Wars, October 2015.
 Jones, “The Great Satan and Me: Reflections on Iran and Postmodernism’s Faustian Pact,” Culture Wars, July/August 2015.
 Marc Bennetts, “Who’s ‘godless’ now? Russia says it’s U.S.,” Washington Times, January 28, 2014.
 Quoted in “Sen. McCain Expects A Permanent U.S. Presence In Afghanistan,” National Public Radio, October 7, 2015.
 Allison Kilkenny, “John McCain Is A Big F*cking Whore,” Huffington Post, April 3, 2008.
 Gordon Adams and Stephen M. Walt, “A Road to Damascus, via Moscow,” NY Times, October 13, 2015.
 See for example The Wikileaks Files: The World According to US Empire (New York: Verso, 2015), kindle edition.
 Adams and Walt, “A Road to Damascus, via Moscow,” NY Times, October 13, 2015.
 “Bashar al-Assad wins re-election in Syria as uprising against him rages on,” Guardian, June 4, 2014; “Bashar Assad wins Syria presidential election with 88.7% of vote,” Russia Today, June 4, 2014; “Celebratory gunfire as Assad wins election by ‘landslide,’” The Daily Star (Lebanon), June 5, 2014; “Syria’s Assad wins third term as president in landslide victory,” LA Times, June 4, 2014.
 Johnlee Varghese, “UN Report: Israel in Regular Contact with Syrian Rebels including ISIS,” International Business Times, December 7, 2014.
 Josh Rogin, “America’s Allies Are Funding ASIS,” Daily Beast, June 14, 2014.
 Matthew Rosenberg, “C.I.A. Cash Ended Up in Coffers of Al Qaeda,” NY Times, March 14, 2015.
 William Engdahl, “ISIS in Iraq stinks of CIA/NATO ‘dirty war’ op,” Russia Today, June 24, 2014.
 Nafeez Ahmed, “How The West Created ISIS,” MintPress News, September 13, 2014.
 We must keep in mind that it was Walt and his co-author John J. Mearsheimer who arguably changed the political climate when they published their book The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy back in 2007.