…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you have been following the conventional narratives on topics like the Middle East and 9/11 for quite a while, then you certainly have been shocked to read many inconsistencies and contradictions. A Persian philosopher and polymath once noted that
“Anyone who denies the law of non-contradiction should be beaten and burned until he admits that to be beaten is not the same as not to be beaten, and to be burned is not the same as not to be burned.”
Sometimes I wish that New World Order agents would ponder upon that statement, since they propound one contradiction after another virtually every week. You can forgive a person who is ignorant of the fundamental laws of logic and who does not have the necessary rudiments to assess his own worldview and follow it to its metaphysical end. I have seen too many of those people over the last six months or so.
A man once wrote me a message saying that “logic and reason.” He hopelessly and miserably tried to use logic and reason to write a lengthy message showing that logic and reason prove nothing! I calmly responded, “If logic and reason prove nothing, why should I pay attention to your message?”
I had to give up on that person because he was not willing to look at what he was actually saying. If a person insists that his contradictory positions are correct, even though they have clearly been shown to be false, then you can be sure that you are in the presence of either a useful idiot, a liar, a fool, or someone who is not interested in the whole truth. I am particularly and slowly learning how to run from those people.
I remember just a few weeks ago I was talking to a friend of mine who happened to be a historian about the Middle East, ISIS, and Israel. I told him that the U.S. is largely responsible for ISIS and that we directly and indirectly supported the terrorist group. He vehemently disagreed.
“All right,” I said after a long interaction. “Let us see if we agree on some basic facts and then draw some fundamental conclusions from those facts. You agree that we have been supporting the Syrian rebels, right?” “Right,” he responded. “Good,” I said. “Do you agree that the so-called Syrian rebels and al-Qaeda or al-Nusra are basically two sides of the same coin?” “Sure,” he continued. Then I said,
“So, you cannot see that the U.S. is supporting terrorism from those facts? And to make things complicated, it is agreed among scholars that the U.S. foreign policy has been under the guiding hands of the Neoconservatives, who are largely Jewish intellectuals. This is not me saying this. Even flaming Zionists like Thomas Friedman has said the same thing.”
Instead of responding to those claims in a rational fashion, he blurted out, “Conspiracy theory!” I went home very frustrated because here is a man who should take logic seriously and now he cannot draw a deductive conclusion from basic facts. Did someone cheat him in college or he is so bent to this Zionist ideology that he cannot think straight? I then had to throw in the towel and said to myself,
“That is it. He and I will never talk about those issues anymore because I have more important things to do.”
I have been keeping my promise.
I have also been slowly learning that nonsense rules this world. And it is our job to expose nonsense. Nonsense becomes even more apparent when you examine the 9/11 attack. Last June, Jeff Stein of Newsweek released a stunning report saying that former CIA agent Mark Rossini believes that
“the U.S. government has covered up secret relations between the spy agency and Saudi individuals who may have abetted the plot. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers who flew commercial airliners into the World Trade Center towers, the Pentagon, and a failed effort to crash into the U.S. Capitol, were Saudis.
“Over 30 pages relating to Saudi Arabia in the report were blacked out. The Obama administration has also refused to declassify 28 pages dealing with Saudi connections to the hijackers in a joint congressional probe of the attacks.
“As has been previously reported, Rossini and another FBI agent assigned to the CTC, Doug Miller, learned in January 2000 that one of the future hijackers, an Al-Qaeda operative by the name of Khalid al-Mihdhar, had a multi-entry visa to enter the U.S.
“By mid-summer of 2001, the CIA was repeatedly warning President George W. Bush and other White House officials that an Al-Qaeda attack was imminent. But when Miller and Rossini attempted to warn FBI headquarters that al-Mihdhar could be loose in the U.S., a CIA supervisor ordered them to remain silent.
“Rossini says he is ‘deeply concerned’ by how the agency continues to suppress information related to contacts between the CIA and Saudi Arabia, particularly when the spy agency is declassifying other portions of documents to show that it did everything possible to thwart the September 11, 2001 plot.
“There would have not been a 9/11 if Doug’s CIR [Central Intelligence Report] on al-Mihdhar was sent,’ he told Newsweek in an email. ‘Period. End of story. The total lack of accountability, nor a desire to drill down on the truth as to why Doug’s memo was not sent is the reason why the 28 pages pertaining to the Saudis have been blocked” from release.’”
Well, Mr. Rossini, we have been saying from time immemorial that the Saudis were indeed accomplices in the 9/11 attack. Our government does not want to tell the truth because that would overthrow the entire New World Order. The Saudis, to this very day, are considered American allies. They always give the impression that they want to fight terrorism, but in reality they are state-sponsored terrorism.
Moreover, New World Order has been using Saudi Arabia for a long time:
“Among Washington’s other repressive responses to the Arab Spring was the support it gave to Saudi Arabia’s invasion of Bahrain to suppress democratic dissidents.”
In a 2009 cable, assistant secretary of state Philip Gordon said that the Saudis are “puppets of the US.” So, we have a situation here. If the Saudis were involved in 9/11 and they are ideologically “puppets of the US,” who is to blame for 9/11? As a corollary, who runs the U.S.?
To answer that question, we need to bring in Benjamin Netanyahu. During a lecture at Bar Ilan University, Netanyahu did not hesitate to tell eager students:
“We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq.”
All of these disastrous events, he added, “swung American public opinion in our favor.”
In other words, Americans may not like what happened when the Twin Towers fell down, but Israel was elated—so elated in fact that Netanyahu had to tell the good news to an academic institution. While thousands upon thousands of people were mourning for their families and friends, while the entire world was sympathizing for America, Netanyahu was laughing and celebrating.
Whether Netanyahu and Zionist puppets such as John McCain and Lindsey Graham like it or not, this is diabolical. And it is quite consistent with what Israeli military historian Martin van Creveld postulated back in 2003. Creveld declared then:
“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.”
Much of the world is now waking up. The Israelis will have to think twice about their diabolical plan. If Hegel and Solzhenitsyn are right, then Netanyahu’s diabolical activity will end up proving God’s plan in world history.
 See for example Murray Friedman, The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and Public Policy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005); Stephan Halper and Jonathan Clarke, America Alone: The Neoconservatives and the Global Order (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004); John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy (New York: Farrar & Straus, 2007); Peter Steinfels, The Neoconservatives: The Origins of a Movement: With a New Foreword, From Dissent to Political Power (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1979 and 2013).
 Ari Shavit, “White Man’s Burden,” Haaretz, April 3, 2003.
 Jeff Stein, “FBI Agent: The CIA Could Have Stopped 9/11,” Newsweek, June 19, 2015.
 For similar reports, see for example Paul Perry, “Inside the Saudi 9/11 coverup,” NY Post, December 15, 2013; Paul Perry, “How the FBI is whitewashing the Saudi connection to 9/11,” NY Post, April 12, 2015.
 Taylor Luck, “Saudi bid to lead anti-terror campaign raises questions of intent,” Christian Science Monitor, December 17, 2015.
 See for example Edward Clifford, “Financing Terrorism: Saudi Arabia and Its Foreign Affairs,” Brown Political Review, December 6, 2014; Yousaf Butt, “How Saudi Wahhabism Is the Fountainhead of Islamist Terrorism,” Huffington Post, January 20, 2015.
 The Wikileaks Files: The World According to US Empire (New York and London: Verso, 2015), kindle edition.
 Quoted in “Report: Netanyahu Says 9/11 Terror Attacks Good for Israel,” Haaretz, April 16, 2008.
 Quoted in “The War Game,” Guardian, September 21, 2003.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of 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.