…by Jonas E. Alexis
“Details of the intelligence-sharing agreement are laid out in a memorandum of understanding between the NSA and its Israeli counterpart that shows the US government handed over intercepted communications likely to contain phone calls and emails of American citizens. The agreement places no legally binding limits on the use of the data by the Israelis.”1
Israel is allowed to keep “any files containing the identities of US persons” for up to one year.
This is just a tip of the iceberg. The Guardian continues to say that in 2009, “the New York Times reported on ‘the agency’s attempt to wiretap a member of Congress, without court approval, on an overseas trip.’”2
Israel’s aggressive and wicked activities against the U.S. have been going on for years, and the National Intelligence Estimate itself “ranked them as the third most aggressive intelligence against the U.S.”3 One official admitted, “One of NSA’s biggest threats is actually from friendly intelligence services, like Israel.”4
The Israeli regime has denied any of this. But the logic is pretty simple: the NSA virtually controls U.S. citizens through technologies such as Google, iPhone, Yahoo, etc., and the NSA reports to the Israelis. Since the NSA is acting illegally here, it “violated rules on surveillance of telephone records for almost three years and misled a secret court…”5
More recently, Google’s manager of information Heather Adkins has made it clear that “Passwords are dead.” If you think you were relying on passwords to secure some of your precious documents online, Adkins has news for you: the “game is over…our relationship with passwords are done.”6 We also learned that the NSA had access to Google documents as well.7
In a nutshell, the West is really outnumbered. In the previous article, I ended with the question, “Where are the men of the West?” A commentator responded,
“Off in their isolated world, asleep, on drugs, booze, wallowing in their own ignorance, hung up on TV watching, mainly professional sports, clinging to the delusions that so far given them a comfortable life. Watch them in the grocery checkout line. Well dressed, incommunicative, booze buyers. No sense of humour, a few items ‘the little woman’ told them to buy, aka mentally, detached whimps.”
Putin is a beacon of political light
While many of our fellow Americans are politically sleeping, Vladimir Putin once again has been giving us something that is far more rational than what the Zionist regime has been propounded for years. Putin declared,
“We [the Russian government] are not protecting the Syrian government, but international law. We need to use the United Nations Security Council and believe that preserving law and order in today’s complex and turbulent world is one of the few ways to keep international relations from sliding into chaos.
“The law is still the law, and we must follow it whether we like it or not. Under current international law, force is permitted only in self-defense or by the decision of the Security Council. Anything else is unacceptable under the United Nations Charter and would constitute an act of aggression.
“No one doubts that poison gas was used in Syria. But there is every reason to believe it was used not by the Syrian Army, but by opposition forces, to provoke intervention by their powerful foreign patrons, who would be siding with the fundamentalists.”8
Putin is right in line with rational thought here. Even neoconservative shills such as Robert Spencer declare that Putin “talked a lot of sense,” though Spencer scolds Putin on other issues. Spencer continues to document quite rightly,
“Two Europeans who were allegedly abducted and held hostage for several months in Syria claim they overheard a conversation between their captors suggesting the Syrian rebels were behind the deadly chemical attack in Damascus…”
We agree with Spencer here. What he needs to do next is to tell neoconservatives such as Kristol, Tobin, McCain, Graham, to stop pushing Obama to invade Syria. Spencer keeps propounding that Obama wants to invade Syria, but Spencer cannot not tell us that the driving force behind this movement is the neoconservative mafia.
The Washington Times itself declares, “U.S. Intelligence has yet to uncover evidence that Syrian President Bashar Assad directly ordered the chemical attacks last month on civilians in a suburb of Damascus, though the consensus inside U.S. agencies and Congress is that members of Mr. Assad’s inner circle likely gave the command.”9
Bruce Riedel, a former CIA and heads of the Intelligence Project at the Brookings Institution, admitted, “As far as I know, there’s no intelligence that links [Mr. Assad] directly to the operation, so that does raise the question of command and control.”10
It has convincingly been pointed out that the Sarin gas that was used in Syria was made in the United States.11 Gordon Duff has an excellent article on this as well. The LA Times connects the dots by reporting that “Prosecutors in southern Turkey have alleged that Syrian rebel groups were seeking to buy materials that could be used to produce highly toxic sarin gas…”
The plot thickens. The Zionist regime seems to deliver Sarin gas to the Syrian rebels; the rebels then used it, and then blamed Assad for it. Once Assad is blamed, then the same Zionist regime asks for a regime change.
We are currently seeing the same thing with the NSA. The NSA recently admitted that it wrongly placed “16,000 phone numbers on an ‘alert list’ so their incoming calls could be monitored, a mistake that a judge from the secret surveillance court called a ‘flagrant violation’ of the law.”12 This has happen “frequently and systematically.”13
Being placed on an “alert list” can mean that you are a potential terrorist, and being a potential terrorist means that you are being watched, and being watched means that the Zionist regime has their eyes on you.
If you think this is far-fetched, the New York Police Department has already “labeled entire mosques as terrorist organizations,” according to the Associated Press. It is a vicious cycle: the Zionist regime invents terrorism and kills people and destroys nations in the name of fighting terrorism! No serious politician in the West has actually challenged that bloody Zionist matrix except Putin.
People may not like Putin for various reasons, but the Zionist political power is too strong to alienate people of good will. Moreover, Putin has made enough substantive arguments against the Zionist regime, such as the following:
“It is alarming that military intervention in internal conflicts in foreign countries has become commonplace for the United States. Is it in America’s long-term interest? I doubt it. Millions around the world increasingly see America not as a model of democracy but as relying solely on brute force, cobbling coalitions together under the slogan ‘you’re either with us or against us.’
“But force has proved ineffective and pointless. Afghanistan is reeling, and no one can say what will happen after international forces withdraw. Libya is divided into tribes and clans. In Iraq the civil war continues, with dozens killed each day. In the United States, many draw an analogy between Iraq and Syria, and ask why their government would want to repeat recent mistakes.
“No matter how targeted the strikes or how sophisticated the weapons, civilian casualties are inevitable, including the elderly and children, whom the strikes are meant to protect…We must stop using the language of force and return to the path of civilized diplomatic and political settlement.”14
Putin, who has been called all sorts of bad names, concludes, “We are all different, but when we ask for the Lord’s blessings, we must not forget that God created us equal.”15
I personally would prefer Putin as president of the United States over Obama because Putin seems to have some political backbone and seems to understand what the Zionist power is doing to the West. Look at Greece, for example. Business Insider has recently declared that “Greece’s unemployment nightmare has gotten worse.”16
Who in his right mind would want another war in the Middle East, except enemies of the West and mankind? What country would want to send soldiers in another country to fight and die for a proxy war and does not want to send its own soldiers to fight for the same war?17
And if you do not think that the Zionist regime, most particularly the neoconservatives, has a hand in which political hermeneutic is loused up, think again. Jonathan S. Tobin of Commentary calls the Putin administration a “regime.”18
Joseph Klein of FrontPage declares that Putin is playing games with the United States and “his international monitoring proposal makes Machiavellian sense.”19
Not only that, Russia, according to Tobin, offers “a faux-diplomatic solution” that is very “fraudulent.”20
Tobin continues elsewhere, “president [Obama] displayed weakness by not going ahead and ordering an attack on his own authority against the Assad regime following its use of chemical weapons to murder a thousand people last month.”21
Pro-Israel and Jewish groups indirectly ended up saying almost the same thing by asking for a military strike against Syria.22 The Washington Post declares:
“The Simon Wiesenthal Center, a leading Jewish human rights organization, explicitly invoked the Holocaust in a letter to lawmakers Tuesday, noting that U.S. and British officials did not respond when they were alerted in 1942 that the Nazis planned to use gas to kill Jews.”23
What, then, does that say about the Simon Wiesenthal Center? It is an organization that is based on colossal hoaxes and fabrications.24
Zionism and the West
The questions that must seriously be answered by virtually any serious person are these:
How is it that Western countries in general universally fall into this double standard by pressing more sanctions on Iran and no sanctions on Israel, when the latter is an enemy of America and much of the West?25 How is it that countries like Spain are planning to make “Holocaust studies obligatory,”26 leaving the impression that the Nazi “Holocaust” is unique?
How is it that the neo-Bolsheviks/Zionists keep living in contradiction by saying that the Holocaust is unique but in the same breath invoke the same Holocaust story to invade other nations? How can Hitler be “unique” when Saddam and Assad are also Hitlers in the Zionist reading of things? How is it that even Taylor Swift “sounds a lot like Hitler,” according to one writer of the Jewish Journal?
How is it that the Zionist regime keeps violating the privacy of U.S. citizens and the majority of Western countries by snooping on them but the same regime produces a lava-like flow of media outrage when Edward Snowden snoops on them?
How is it that the neo-Bolsheviks want Snowden to be brought to justice but they do not want to stop spying on virtually the Western world? How is it that the NSA has currently harassed Matthew Green of Johns Hopkins University for criticizing “the NSA’s efforts to defeat encrypton”? How is it that they label Assad a “dictator” when Assad is telling the Zionist regime not to arm the Syrian rebels/terrorists?
How is it that Jewish groups never cease to make ridiculous excuses in order to destroy other countries like Syria?27 How is it that neo-Bolshevik cells such as the Weekly Standard and Commentary never cease to lambaste Obama as a failure for not bombing Syria?
How is it that the Zionist regime will go to war with a sovereign country such as Syria in spite of the fact that the vast majority of Americans and even those who have served in Iraq do not want a Syria invasion?28
How is it that the Zionist regime continues to support a large section of Al-Qaeda when an Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri declared that he aspired to attack America in order to “bleed America economically”?
How is it that neoconservative shills such as Thomas Sowell cannot see the illogical leaps of their own worldview? I personally do not know how a smart person like Sowell cannot detect the contradictory nature of his conclusions.
At one point, Sowell argues that Obama is weak because he does not invade Syria, but then the same Sowell declares that “The Obama administration added more to the national debt in his first term than President Bush had in both his terms put together.”
Of course! Why did William Kristol call Obama “a born-again neocon”? It is because Obama has aggressively pursued the same neoconservative policy in the Middle East, which has contributed to the national debt.
Sowell cannot see this because he has been a neoconservative protégé and certainly has received great accolades from the Jewish World Review. How can all these happen in America and much of the West without a universal outrage?
The answer is simple: Rabbinic Judaism—the religion that has become “the synagogue of Satan” at the foot of the Cross—has never died out over the centuries and its theological and political implications are still waging war against all mankind, including decent Jews, Muslims, Christians, and even atheists and skeptics.
Lord Sacks, former Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew congregations of the Commonwealth, has even called Richard Dawkins an anti-Semite for criticizing the Old Testament! Dawkins is partly rational but he is certainly not an anti-Semite. Things didn’t get better for Dawkins when he said that Jews in America are “monopolizing American foreign policy.” Dawkins continues:
“When you think about how fantastically successful the Jewish lobby has been, though, in fact, they are less numerous I am told – religious Jews anyway – than atheists and (yet they) more or less monopolize American foreign policy as far as many people can see. So if atheists could achieve a small fraction of that influence, the world would be a better place.”
Abe Foxman calls this “classic anti-Semitism.” Why is everyone an anti-Semite for criticizing the Jewish stronghold?
It is because the theological substratum of Rabbinic Judaism dominates the Zionist regime in Israel and America, particularly among dispensational premillennialists, or Christian Zionism. (We will look at a brief history of this movement in the next article.)
Israel: the mother of harlots
In the book of Revelation, Israel is called Babylon, “The Mother of Harlots and Abomination of the earth” (Revelation 17:5). Previously, the Apostle John declared that “the kings of the earth have committed fornication” with this Babylon “and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication” (Revelation 17:2).
Babylon was a name in the Old Testament which signified an enemy of God’s people. After the resurrection of Christ, Jerusalem theologically came to be identified as Babylon in the book of Revelation. In the words of one scholar, Jerusalem has become ‘the implacable enemy of God” and joined other nations “in the attempted overthrow of the King.”29 The “King” here is of course Christ.
According to New Testament scholar G. K. Beale, Babylon clearly “refers to apostate Israel.”30 Gary DeMar likewise declares that “there is little doubt that the Babylon of Revelation is the first-century city of Jerusalem.”31
The hostility has changed shapes and forms over the ages, but it has always come back in the form of a deep-seated hatred toward the Logos and virtually anyone or any country associated with Logos. This hostility has jumped from one revolutionary movement to another, and every society that has left the Logos and embraced Jewish subversive activity has suffered deeply. Civilta Cattolica had it right in the 1890s by making these points very clear.
If the testimony of history is not enough, the neoconservative movement is a classic case—a movement which has contributed to the decline of the West, most particularly England and America with respect to foreign policy.
1 Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, and Ewen MacAskill, “NSA Shares Raw Intelligence Including Americans’ Data with Israel,” Guardian, September 11, 2013.
5 Chris Strohm, “NSA Phone-Records Spying Said to Violate Rules for Years,” Bloomberg, September 10, 2013.
8 Vladimir V. Putin, “A Plea for Caution From Russia,” NY Times, September 11, 2013.
9 Guy Taylor, “U.S. Can’t Prove Bashar Assad Approved Chemical Attacks in Syria,” Washington Times, September 11, 2013.
12 David G. Savage, “NSA Admits Wrongly Adding 16,000 Phone Numbers to ‘Alert List,’” LA Times, September 10, 2013.
13 Kevin Drum, “In 2009, the FIFA Court Shut Down an NSA Program for 6 Months Because It Had ‘Frequently and Systematically’ Violated the Rules,” Mother Jones, September 10, 2013.
14 Putin, “A Plea for Caution From Russia,” NY Times, September 11, 2013.
16 Sam Ro, “Greece’s Unemployment Nightmare Has Gotten Worse,” Business Insider, September 12, 2013.
17 Gil Hoffman, “Polls: Israelis Want US, Europe to Attack Syria, but Against IDF Intervention,” Jerusalem Post, August 30, 2013.
18 Jonathan S. Tobin, “Putin Shows Obama Who’s the Boss,” Commentary, September 11, 2013.
19 Joseph Klein, “Russia Rising,” Frontpagemag.com, September 12, 2013.
20 Tobin, “Putin Shows Obama Who’s the Boss,” Commentary, September 11, 2013
21 Jonathan S. Tobin, “Can Diplomacy Be a Prelude to Force?,” Commentary, September 11, 2013.
22 See for example Stewart Ain, “Jewish Leaders Push Back on ‘Warmonger’ Accusation,” Jewish Week, September 11, 2013.
23 Matea Gold and Holly Yeager, “Pro-Israel and Jewish Groups Strongly Back Military Strike Against Syria,” Washington Post, September 3, 2013.
24 See for example Guy Walters, Hunting Evil: The Nazi War Criminals Who Escaped and the Quest to Bring Them to Justice (New York: Broadway, 2010); Tom Segev, Simon Wiesenthal: The Life and Legends (New York: Doubleday, 2010).
25 Benjamin Weinthal, “‘Britain, France, Germany Urge EU to Up Sanctions on Iran,’” Jerusalem Post, September 24, 2012.
26 “Spain to Vote on Making Holocaust Studies Obligatory,” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, September 12, 2013.
27 Ron Kampeas, “Jewish Groups Back Obama on Syria, but Downplay Israel Angle,” Jewish Telegraphic Agency, September 3, 2013.
28 See for example Ed O’Keefe, “Syria Resolution a Tough Sell for Lawmakers who Served in Iraq and Afghanistan,” Washington Post, September 10, 2013; Andrew Tilghman, “Survey: Troops Oppose Strike on Syria by 3-1,” USA Today, September 11, 2013.
29 David Chilton, The Days of Vengeance: An Exposition of the Book of Revelation (Ft. Worth, TX: Dominion Press, 1990), 446, 448.
30 G. K. Beale, The Book of Revelation: The New International Greek Testament Commentary (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing, 1999), 25
31 Gary DeMar, Last Days Madness: Obsession of the Modern Church (Powder Springs: American Vision, 1999), 359
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