…by Jonas E. Alexis
Jewish Neocon Robert Kagan is really confused. It seems that this man is living in fear at this present moment because he and his Jewish wife Victoria Nuland (remember she is famous for saying “fu$k the E.U.”) spent billions of tax dollars in place like Ukraine to destabilize Russia, but Russia is still morally and politically strong. Listen to Kagan:
“Now the Syrian crisis has further bolstered Russia’s position. Although Europeans generally share Washington’s discomfort with Moscow’s support for Mr. Assad and Russia’s bombing of moderate Syrian rebels, in the wake of the Paris attacks, any plausible partner in the fight against Islamic State seems worth enlisting.
“In France, former President Nicolas Sarkozy has long been an advocate for Russia, but now his calls for partnership with Moscow are echoed by President François Hollande, who seeks a “grand coalition” with Russia to fight Islamic State.
“In Germany, a whole class of businesspeople, politicians, and current and former government officials, led by former Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, presses constantly for normalized relations with Moscow. It sometimes seems, in Germany and perhaps in all of Europe, as if the only person standing in the way of full alliance with Russia is German Chancellor Angela Merkel.”
In order to balance his diabolical equation, Kagan asks American parents to send their sons and daughters to die for the Dreadful Few in Syria:
“so again America will have to take the lead, provide the troops, supply the bulk of the air power and pull together those willing and able to join the effort…. In addition, a further 10,000 to 20,000 U.S. troops would be required to uproot Islamic State from the haven it has created in Syria and to help local forces uproot it in Iraq.”
Translation: naïve Americans, please send your precious sons and daughters to die for the state of Israel. Forget about Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya. Forget about the 360,000 veterans who “may have brain injuries.” According Kagan’s logic here, heartlessness is a prerequisite in Neoconservative circles. As Ron Paul adequately put it back in 2013:
“The neo-con ideology promotes endless war, but neo-cons fight their battles with the blood of others. From the comfortable, subsidized offices of magazines like the Weekly Standard, the neo-conservatives urge the United States to engage in endless war – to be fought by the victims of the ‘poverty draft’ from states where there are few jobs.
“Ironically, these young people cannot find more productive work because the Federal Reserve’s endless money printing to keep the war machine turning has destroyed our economy. The six trillion dollars that will be spent on the Iraq war are merely pieces of printed paper that further erode the dollar’s purchasing power now and well into the future. It is the inflation tax, which is the most regressive and cruel of all.”
If you think that Ron Paul is wrong here, then let me remind you of the words of the late Rabbi Ovadiah Yosef:
“Goyim (gentiles, non-Jews) were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel. Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat. That is why gentiles were created.”
Making peace with Arabs? Yosef told us that it is nonnegotiable. “How can you make peace with a snake?,” he said.
How does one respond to such a racist and bigoted ideology? Here is Jewish writer Martin Peretz of the New Republic at his best:
“Of course, there is a difference between these extremist Jews and jihadist fanatics. One doesn’t kill: the other does.”
So, it is all right for Yosef to espouse racist ideology, as long as he doesn’t kill.
Kagan is not finished. He has more lies and fabrications to tell:
“At the same time, an internationally negotiated and blessed process of transition in Syria should take place, ushering the bloodstained Mr. Assad from power and establishing a new provisional government to hold nationwide elections.”
What is this man really talking about here? Syria had a fair election and Assad, as we have repeatedly pointed out, won by a landslide! What other elections he is talking about here? The Jewish way of war in the region? Indeed:
“The heretofore immovable Mr. Assad would face an entirely new set of military facts on the ground, with the Syrian opposition now backed by U.S. forces and air power, the Syrian air force grounded and Russian bombing halted.
“Throughout the transition period, and probably beyond even the first rounds of elections, an international peacekeeping force—made up of French, Turkish, American and other NATO forces as well as Arab troops—would have to remain in Syria until a reasonable level of stability, security and inter-sectarian trust was achieved.”
I’ve got bad news for Kagan: the plan is not only unthinkable but essentially Talmudic. In his book Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order, Kagan promotes the diabolical view that “true security and the defense and promotion of a liberal order still depend on the possession and use of military might.”
As Glenn Greenwald rightly pointed out back in 2007:
“No rational person would believe a word Robert Kagan says about anything. He has been spewing out one falsehood after the next for the last four years in order to blind Americans about the real state of affairs concerning the invasion which he and his comrade and writing partner, Bill Kristol, did as much as anyone else to sell to the American public.
In April, 2003, Kagan declared the war over and said we won. Since then, he has continuously claimed that things were getting better in Iraq. He is completely liberated from any obligation to tell the truth and is a highly destructive propagandist whose public record of commentary about Iraq ought to disqualify him from decent company, let alone some sort of pretense to expertise about this war.”
Kagan proves that Civilta Cattolica was right all along, that the Dreadful Few have and will continue to use “democracy” and “freedom” to destroy nations and governments and even peoples.
“The most enduring legacy of the French Revolution was the rights of man. Both the Masons and the Jews used ‘the so-called Rights of Man’ as the basis for Revolution and Revolution as the basis for overturning the Christian social order.”
Through the so-called freedom Civilta Cattolica says,
“they have acquired complete power to subjugate the nations and to ordain that the few might tyrannize the many, and this under the guise of legality, with regard to material goods, to conscience, to faith, to family, yes, and what is more, to blood and life.
“Out of such spasm of liberty, equality and fraternity has arisen the despotism of the tyrannical oligarchies to which the modern states reduce themselves, and whoever glances into them will observe that they are oligarchies of Jews or of Freemasons, the Jews’ base serfs.”
 Robert Kagan, “The Crisis of World Order,” Wall Street Journal, November 20, 2015.
 Gregg Zoroya, “360,000 veterans may have brain injuries,” USA Today, March 5, 2009; see also Gregg Zoroya, “Study: Bomb blasts may cause early aging in brains of troops,” USA Today, June 1, 2015; “With Traumatic Brain Injuries, Soldiers Face Battle For Care,” National Public Radio, May 23, 2012; “TBI a ‘Leading Injury’ Among U.S. Soldiers,” Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute, August 4, 2011.
 Reuven Hammer, “Tradition Today: Jews and gentiles,” Jerusalem Post, November 12, 2010; Dan Murphy, “Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, in his own words,” Christian Science Monitor, October 7, 2013.
 Lazar Berman, “5 of Ovadia Yosef’s most controversial quotations,” Times of Israel, October 9, 2013.
 “‘Goyim Were Born Only To Serve U’: The Moral Wisdom Of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef,” New Republic, October 19, 2010.
 Kagan, “The Crisis of World Order,” Wall Street Journal, November 20, 2015.
 Jason Horowitz, “Events in Iraq Open Door for Interventionist Revival, Historian Says,” NY Times, June 15, 2014.
 Kagan, “The Crisis of World Order,” Wall Street Journal, November 20, 2015.
 Robert Kagan, Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2003), 4.
 E. Michael Jones, Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2014), 1172.