…by Jonas E. Alexis
President Obama is confident that there was indeed a bomb on the Russian passenger jet, which killed all 224 people on board. In the same vein, U.S. officials are 99.9 certain that the plane was bombed.
Yet Obama and those officials could not really see that this admission brings up numerous questions, which can be a deathblow to the New World Order project.
How did they know that there was a bomb on the plane? Do they really mean to tell us that members of ISIS got so smart over the past few months or years that they secretly slipped into the Egyptian security custom and subtly sneaked that bomb inside Russian Metrojet passenger plane without any connection?
If that is the case, then it is certainly inconsistent with what Obama and NWO agents have been telling us over the few years or so.
The regime has been telling us ad nauseam that America is exceptional. But why couldn’t they catch an exceptionally terrorist act, which didn’t occur in some isolated place in the Middle East? Doesn’t the NSA snoop on virtually every major and serious activity across the globe?
Doesn’t the NSA have the authorization to snoop on at least 193 countries, including Egypt? Haven’t we already spent at least $52 billion on spying? So, where did all that money go? To Israel again?
Do NWO agents mean to tell us that ISIS out-smarted them? Don’t members of the Dreadful Few brag about their so-called super DNA? Don’t Goyim like Charles Murray nod their heads in agreement?
Or could it be that ISIS once again is a pseudonym for the Israeli Security Intelligence Service? Why have the Israeli Defense Forces “been in regular contact with Syrian rebels, including Islamic State (ISIS) militants”?
As Ken O’Keefe pointed out earlier, why is it that the same terrorist group never once attacked or threatened Israel? How is it that they have only attacked and threatened Russia, Iran and Syria—Israel’s perceived enemies?
You see, NWO agents are desperately trying to square a political circle, and they are having a hard time precisely because they have abandoned the light of reason and embraced darkness, complete darkness. “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.”
The plot thickens. As Gordon Duff and Jeff Smith have pointed out, all the evidence shows that Israel, which has direct contact with members of ISIS, is an accomplice in the bombing of the Russian airplane. In fact, ABC News has recently reported that the plane crash was an “inside job.” The United States obviously seems to be an accomplice in this as well. The Daily Beast has recently reported:
“In the days following the crash of Russian Metrojet Flight 9268, which mounting evidence suggests was felled by an ISIS bomb, many U.S. intelligence and security officials weren’t panicking about ISIS unleashing a new campaign of attacks on civilian airliners. Instead, they were wondering how the bombing might hurt Vladimir Putin, and potentially help the United States.”
If that is not diabolical, what is? 224 innocent people lost their lives and United States officials aren’t worrying about that. They are not concerned about sending Putin their condolences, as Putin once did right after 9/11. They are happy because the death of innocent people will force Putin take a different path. Whether NWO agents like it or not, Putin was right in saying that they worship Satan.
So, the Israeli regime from henceforth should be known as the capital of what Preston James would have called “The Khazarian Mafia,” whose “long term agenda is to destroy the sovereignty of every nation…”
Civilta Cattolica, a document which was written in 1890, would have agreed with James’ cogent and historically defensible observation here. Through “liberty,” the Dreadful Few, or “The Khazarian Mafia,” seek
“to eliminate everything that was historical and national in the institution of the different states, by reducing all of them, some more and some less, except Russia, to such a form of government which was to insure that the bulk of power rested in the hands of the oligarchies…”
If you are not a historian, then all you have to do is look at Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and now Syria. Pinheads such as Tony Blair are coming out and trying to apologize for the mess they have helped create, and Neoconservative shills such as Thomas Sowell have implicitly admitted that the Bush administration did commit a cardinal blunder.
In Intellectuals and Society, Sowell, like Victor Davis Hanson in The Savior Generals: How Five Great Commanders Saved Wars That Were Lost – From Ancient Greece to Iraq, writes flattering things about the Iraq war. But by the summer of this year, Sowell began to produce contradictory statements:
“While mistakes were made by both the Bush administration and the Obama administration, those mistakes were of different kinds and of different magnitudes in their consequences, though both sets of mistakes are worth thinking about, so that so much tragic waste of blood and treasure does not happen again.”
So far, so good.
But instead of following practical reason wherever it may lead, Sowell quickly moved into the irrational world which never allows him to clear his head:
“Whether it was a mistake to invade Iraq in the first place is something that will no doubt be debated by historians and others for years to come.”
This man has got to be kidding. Does he mean to tell us that there aren’t even evidence available to decide whether it was good or bad to invade Iraq? Does he mean to tell us that Bush did not deliberately lie about the war? Does he mean to tell us a six-trillion dollar war is not a bad economic investment? Isn’t Sowell a serious economist?
Perhaps it is time for Sowell to stop talking about the Middle East and find something else to do. Since the Neoconservative movement is an irrational enterprise, and since its adherents have already embraced darkness, it was inevitable that Sowell would end up postulating one dumb and really crazy statement after another:
“But, despite things that could have been done differently in Iraq during the Bush administration, in the end President Bush listened to his generals and launched the military ‘surge’ that crushed the terrorist insurgents and made Iraq a viable country.”
A viable country? With all due respect, Sowell should be labeled an intellectual moron, a Neoconservative pinhead who vows to defend his bosses at all cost. He knows better. His bosses do not want to apologize for the mess they have created in places like Iraq because they are all messianic in their ideological orientation. Proof? In 2012,
“former Shin Bet (Israeli Security Agency) director Yuval Diskin launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak…saying they are guided by ‘messianic’ impulses and lying about the projected effectiveness of an Israeli strike on Iran.”
This messianic spirit, however, did not start in 2012. It has been around over the centuries and has jumped from one movement to the next. Moreover, revolutionaries were cognizant of that spirit. For example, Baruch Levy, one of Karl Marx’s correspondents, wrote:
“the Jewish people taken collectively shall be its own Messias…In this new organization of humanity, the sons of Israel now scattered over the whole surface of the globe…shall everywhere become the ruling element without opposition…
“The government of the nations forming the Universal or World-Republic shall all thus pass, without any effort, into Jewish hands thanks to the victory of the proletariat…Thus shall the promise of the Talmud be fulfilled, that, when the Messianic epoch shall have arrived, the Jews will control the wealth of all the nations of the earth.”
The current messiah is none other than Benjamin Netanyahu, who was even compared to Christ by Christian Zionist John Hagee. (The American Enterprise Institute, a Neoconservative think tank where you will find people like Charles Murray, will “grant the Irving Kristol Award 2015 to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in recognition of his contributions to democratic leadership and the role he played in enhancing the US-Israel relations.”)
In short, the Dreadful Few in general cannot admit to the American people that they have done something wrong in Iraq because that would almost certainly mean that the end of their reign of terror is over. They think that they are “in bondage to the gentile kingdoms.”
So, liberation for them means anti-Western, anti-reason, and ultimately anti-Logos, which to us became flesh and is the essence of practical reason and the foundation of the metaphysical world.
But since the academic and intellectual life encompasses the search for truth through reason, at least 343 academics from the U.K. have come to the conclusion that they can no longer support Israel’s massive terrorism and “intolerable human rights violations.” They said in unison:
“We are deeply disturbed by Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestinian land, the intolerable human rights violations that it inflicts on all sections of the Palestinian people, and its apparent determination to resist any feasible settlement.”
 Dave Boyer, “White House says Obama has intel about bomb causing Russian plane crash,” Washington Times, November 6, 2015.
 Eugene Robinson, “Yes, Vladimir, America is exceptional,” Washington Post, September 12, 2013; Aamer Madhani, “Obama tells the world: America is exceptional,” USA Today, September 24, 2013; Juliet Eileperin, “Obama tells other world leaders: ‘I believe America is exceptional,’” Washington Post, September 24, 2013; Christopher Dickey, “Obama’s American Exceptionalism,” Daily Beast, September 24, 2015.
 Dan Kedmey, “Report: NSA Authorized to Spy on 193 Countries,” Times, July 1, 2014.
 See Glenn Greenwald, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State (New York: Metropolitan Books, 2014).
 For similar sources, see Philip Bump, “How Much Money Do We Pay the NSA to Spy on Us?,” Atlantic, June 7, 2013.
 Charles Murray, “Jewish Genius,” Commentary, April 1, 2007.
 Johnlee Varghese, “UN Report: Israel in Regular Contact with Syrian Rebels including ISIS,” International Business Times, December 7, 2014.
 Nancy A. Yousef, “U.S. Spies Root for an ISIS-Russia War,” Daily Beast, November 10, 2015.
 Quoted in E. Michael Jones, Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2014), 1173.
 Thomas Sowell, Intellectuals and Society (New York: Basic Books, 2009), chapter 7.
 Thomas Sowell, “Who Lost Iraq?,” Jewish World Review, June 9, 2015.
 Yaakov Lappin, “Former Shin Bet chief slams ‘messianic’ PM, Barak,” Jerusalem Post, April 29, 2012.
 Quoted in E. Michael Jones, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2008), 1066.
 Yori Yanover, “Behold: Bibi the Messiah, No Resurrection Necessary,” Jewish Press, March 9, 2014; Sefi Rachlevsky, “Netanyahu’s Messianism Could Launch Attack on Iran, Haaretz, September 27, 2011; Daniel Tauber, Can Netanyahu’s messianism save us?,” Jerusalem Post, July 3, 2012.
 Nir Hasson, “Waiting for the Messiah: Netanyahu Addresses Evangelical Christian Gathering in Jerusalem,” Haaretz, March 19, 2012.
 Yori Yanover, “Behold: Bibi the Messiah, No Resurrection Necessary,” Jewish Press, March 9, 2014
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.