…by Jonas E. Alexis
The Pentagon got the message from Putin last month: Russia is back in the political ring and it is strong. Show time is basically over. That certainly is not comfortable news for NWO agents because they obviously concede that Russia is willing to politically blow them sky high.
NWO agents have good reason to fear because they spent so much time, money and energy lambasting Putin and destabilizing the situation in Ukraine that they seem to have little energy left. Yet Putin still rises from the ashes and refuses to go away!
Remember how Victoria Nuland admitted that the U.S. spent “at least five billion dollars” in Ukraine last year? You remember how she and her brethren seemed to have thought that Putin wouldn’t last long? You remember how she said “fu$k the E.U”?
Well, last February, John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago wrote a piece in the New York Times saying that Putin was winning even in Ukraine!
NWO agent Victor Davis Hanson, the man who produced impressively incoherent arguments for the debacle in Iraq, seems to agree that Putin is the new sheriff in town: “Russia, not the United States, is the new cop on the Middle Eastern beat.” But since Hanson does not have a serious argument, he moves on to ridiculous assertions, such as:
“We should be as distrustful of him as our disillusioned forefathers finally were of Stalin’s Soviet Union.”
He’s got to be kidding. Here is a man who spent his entire academic career as a military historian and a classicist and now he is telling us that the United States didn’t trust Stalin. How, then, did they end up making an alliance with the diabolical monster? Why did Roosevelt and Churchill join him in order to literally starve millions of German civilians? Is implicitly he telling us that the United States made a grave mistake in joining Stalin? If so, then we would like to know if Hanson is in the process of writing a book about this.
It is beyond comprehension that Hanson would maintain such a blatant contradiction while his head does not explode.
In any event, the reason that people like Hanson cannot make a rational point is not because they lack the intellectual sophistication; the reason is that they are operating within a worldview that does not allow rational thought and rigorous evidence and testing. Daniel J. Flynn’s insightful comment bears repeating here:
“When ideology is your guide, you’re bound to get lost. Ideology deludes, inspires dishonesty, and breeds fanaticism. Facts, experience, and logic are much better at leading you to the truth. Truth, however, is not everyone’s intended destination…Ph.D.s, high IQs, and intellectual honors are not antidotes to thick-headedness.”
When ideology is your guide, you are also bound to be scared of the truth. This is one reason why NWO agents are going wild; Putin makes them look pathetic. Keep in mind that NWO agents hate conspiracy theories, but if you listen to them long enough, you’d think that they got their academic degrees from Conspiracy University. Listen to this:
“Russian submarines and spy ships are aggressively operating near the vital undersea cables that carry almost all global Internet communications, raising concerns among some American military and intelligence officials that the Russians might be planning to attack those lines in times of tension or conflict.
“The issue goes beyond old worries during the Cold War that the Russians would tap into the cables — a task American intelligence agencies also mastered decades ago. The alarm today is deeper: The ultimate Russian hack on the United States could involve severing the fiber-optic cables at some of their hardest-to-access locations to halt the instant communications on which the West’s governments, economies and citizens have grown dependent.”
Has Putin acted irrationally yet, particularly in the Middle East or Ukraine? No. In fact, John J. Mearsheimer of the University of Chicago has argued convincingly that the Ukraine crisis was “the West’s fault,” not Putin’s. Hasn’t Putin invited NWO agents in the White House to have a dialogue? Numerous times. Have they accepted the challenge? No. Stephen Cohen of Princeton and New York University has recently said that:
“Putin proposed sending to the United States his Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, the former president, along with his Secretary of Defense…and the head of his National Security Council, to meet in Washington or somewhere privately to try to create a coalition against the Islamic State. Washington, the White House, refused the offer.”
Cohen also suggests that Putin would love to discuss the so-called “moderate” rebels with Washington:
“This is what led to a proposal to send his Prime Minister to meet with top figures in Washington. And by refusing Putin’s proposal, the US only proved that it is becoming an obstacle to a modern peaceful multipolar world.”
Cohen adds this devastating assertion on NWO agents:
“The United States can no longer be number one alone, and therefore the obstacle to moving into the direction of a peaceful world order, the number one obstacle today, and I say this with regret, as an American patriot, is Washington.”
So, why do NWO agents have nightmare the moment they hear the word “Putin”? Why do they have to demonize the man without serious arguments? Why are they afraid of the light? Why does NWO agent Charles Krauthammer have to say that Assad is a “destroyer, now Vladimir Putin’s pet”?
Well, because Putin again is obviously destroying Krauthammer’s diabolical plans. He is making Krauthammer look really bad. Krauthammer has no choice but to hate both Putin and Assad and ridicule what they have been doing.
Krauthammer would be so happy if the U.S. could magically make Putin and Assad disappear, even though Assad and Putin has been protecting the Christian minority in Syria. But obviously the Pentagon doesn’t seem to be able to help Krauthammer here. U.S.A. Today agrees that Russia “is putting the Pentagon on edge.”
That Putin has created a hellish existence for NWO agents is no longer in dispute. But U.S.A. Today propounds the ridiculous idea that Russia is “unconcerned with anyone’s interest but its own.” Nothing could be further from the truth.
U.S.A. Today is forcing us to beat a dead horse here: which country invaded Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and now Syria within less than fifteen years? China? Iran? Cuba? North Korea? Japan? Russia? Has Russia been bombing hospitals in places like Afghanistan? Does Russia have a history of bombing innocent people at wedding ceremonies in places like Afghanistan?
Why didn’t U.S.A. Today point out the fact that the NWO agents in the United States were completely “unconcerned with anyone’s interest” but their own when they invaded those countries? Why didn’t they point out that those perpetual wars were and still are against international law? Do those jokers at U.S.A. Today seriously think that Russia is the big elephant in the room here?
With respect to the war in Syria, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook said, “Our folks have been abiding by the rules from the start.” In other words, it is Russia, not the United States, that is violating the rules of law. Does that include supporting the Syrian rebels/terrorists, who have incestuous relationships with Al-Qaeda? Haven’t the United States and Britain been supporting those blood suckers since the war in Syria started? Who is Mr. Cook fooling this time?
Unlike the Soviet Union, which was governed by the Bolshevik ideology, which created the most horrific event in the twentieth century and arguably in any century, and which ended up slaughtering at least sixty million people, Russia is now telling the Pentagon that Vladimir Putin is up for the challenge.
“Operation Salvation,” as Putin seemed to have put it, has already begun in Syria:
“We have nearly two million orthodox Christians in the Levant—Syria and Lebanon— and approximately 5 million Christians across Middle-East. Regardless of America’s presidential election outcome, White House craves chaos in that oil-rich region by supporting fanatic Islamist organizations, i.e. ISIS and al-Nusra Front.”
As one writer put it,
“The establishment elite’s game is over. Putin is flexing his muscle against ISIS/ISIL aggression and ridding the strongholds Obama has created in the Syrian area. Meanwhile the western media continues to tell the people Russia is the enemy. Yet, the western world is sponsoring the terrorism that is killing Christians in an Islamic ethnic cleansing.
“Putin has vowed to stop the persecution of Christians in the world and is holding firm in his promise to the Russian Orthodox Christian Church to defend Christians in the world.”
NWO agents thought that no serious politician could ever rise up and meet them at their own game. Putin changed all that:
““It is morally incumbent upon Russia to change this terrible status quo in the Middle-East. Prepare for operation ‘Salvation’ and with God almighty’s aid, we shall cleanse Syria from Obama’s ruthless terrorists.”
NWO agents and their lackeys, Putin seems to argue, are responsible for too many deaths in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Unless a strong leader stands up and tells them that enough is enough, then they will continue to suck the blood out of every single country.
The world is getting tired of those blood suckers. They are getting on everyone’s nerve, and this is why much of the world is supporting Putin. As Kevin Barrett has recently put it:
“The whole world seems to be lining up behind Putin. Did the Wolfowitz doctrine – according to which the Sole Superpower would squash any country that refused to lick its boots – just collapse at free-fall speed?”
 John J. Mearsheimer, “Don’t Arm Ukraine,” NY times, February 8, 2015.
 Victor Davis Hanson, “Don’t Trust Putin in the Mideast,” National Review, October 8, 2015.
 For a great read, see Thomas Goodrich, Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany, 1944-1947 (Sheridan: CO: Aberdeen Books, 2010).
 Daniel J. Flynn, Intellectual Morons: How Ideology Makes Smart People Fall for Stupid Ideas (New York: Crown Forum, 2004), 1.
 David E. Sanger and Eric Schmidt, “Russian Ships Near Data Cables Are Too Close for U.S. Comfort,” NY Times, October 25, 2015.
 John J. Mearsheimer, “Why the Liberal Crisis Is the West’s Fault: The Liberal Delusions That Provoked Putin,” Foreign Affairs, September/October 2014.
 Charles Krauthammer, “When Will Obama Understand What Putin Is Up to in Syria?,” National Review, October 22, 2015.
 “Obama: Assad Protected Christians In Syria,” MintPress News, September 12, 2014.
 “How Russia is putting the Pentagon on edge,” USA Today, October 6, 2015.
 “Doctors Without Borders Director: U.S.-Allied Forces To Blame For Attack,” National Public Radio, October 4, 2015; Thomas Gibbons-Neff, “U.S. military struggles to explain how it wound up bombing Doctors Without Borders hospital,” Washington Post, October 5, 2015.
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 Tom Vanden Brook, “Pentagon, Russia agree to Syria flight rules,” USA Today, October 20, 2015.
 Tim Arango and Anne Barnard, “Syrian Rebels Tied to Al Qaeda Play Key Role in War,” NY Times, December 8, 2012.
 Mark Lander and Michael R. Gordon, “U.S. Offers Training and Other Aid to Syrian Rebels,” NY Times, February 17, 2013; Mark Lander and Michael R. Gordon, “More U.S. Help for Syrian Rebels Would Hinge on Pledges,” NY Times, April 19, 2013; Ian Black, “US and Britain to boost support to Syrian rebels, says Kerry,” Guardian, May 15, 2014; “Syria: William Hague reiterates support for rebels as new doubts emerge,” The Telegraph, September 3, 2013; “America will protect and support ‘vetted’ Syrian rebels, US official says,” Jerusalem Post, March 3, 2015; Akbar Shahid Ahmed, “As They Battle ISIS For Kurdish Town, U.S.-Backed Syrian Rebels Question Support,” Huffington Post, October 7, 2014.
 Jean-Louis Panné, Andrzej Paczkowski, ed., The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999); Robert Conquest, The Harvest of Sorrow: Soviet Collectivization and the Terror-Famine (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986); Steven Rosefielde, Red Holocaust (New York: Routledge, 2010).