Jonas E. Alexis graduated from Avon Park High School, studied mathematics and philosophy as an undergraduate at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and has a master's degree in education from Grand Canyon University.

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The New World Order Is Losing the War in Syria Really Bad

The U.S. always creates "the fecal touch. Everything [they] touch turns crap. You don’t want the United States coming near your country. You don’t want them helping you. Look at the records they left in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya.”

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…by Jonas E. Alexis

 

The Huffington Post certainly didn’t mean to produce a devastating attack on the New World Order and its agents in Syria, but it has indirectly done exactly that just a few days ago. Listen to these words very carefully here:

“Since Islamist strongman Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to power in 2003, Turkey has taken a harshly authoritarian turn, embracing Islamic terrorists of every stripe while picking fights it can’t finish across the region – including an escalating war with 25 million ISIS-battling Kurds and a cold war turning hot with Russia, whose plane it rashly shot down in November.

“With those fights coming home to roost – as bombs explode in its cities and with enemies at its borders – Turkish leaders are now demanding unconditional NATO support, with Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu declaring on Saturday that he expects “our U.S. ally to support Turkey with no ifs or buts.”[1]

Similar statements have been produced by the Daily Beast itself, a Zionist outlet. The Daily Beast goes so far as to say that “ISIS is losing its capital.”[2] The Huffington Post has added that Erdogan has arrested and jailed thousands upon thousands of students and journalists “for the crime of free speech,” but the U.S. is still supporting this kind of “democracy”!

Then you have John Kerry now admitting that ISIS has committed genocide. “None of us have ever seen anything like it in our lifetimes,” he said. Kerry is right here. We now have reports saying that ISIS, or Daesh, even “used corrosive chemicals against Iraq civilians.”[3] But Kerry needs to be ashamed of himself. This joker knows that the U.S. has been supporting this terrorist organization for years. If he has not read Frankenstein to the end, he definitely needs to do so soon.

It gets even worse. Kerry shot himself in the toe by claiming that Syria must be partitioned in order to arrive at a peaceful resolution between the terrorist organization and the Assad government! Kerry does not even tell his listeners that, as attorney and nephew of US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has recently pointed out, is actually “a by-product of Washington’s” relentless manipulation of the Middle East.[4]


What we are seeing here is what Mike Harris has called “the fecal touch.” Whenever the United States meddles with foreign policy in the Middle East, Harris argues, then rest assured that the rest of the world is going to have

“the fecal touch. Everything [U.S. officials] touch turns crap. You don’t want the United States coming near your country. You don’t want them helping you. Look at the records they left in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya.”

When the U.S. comes near you, they create trouble. But when they do not come at all, they send their agents and organizations such as NATO to spread subversive movements. Look at how their agents have flippantly blamed Putin for agitating World War III.[5]

Thank God Europe is slowly but surely waking up from Erdogan’s diabolical machination of the West.[6] Russia and Syria rise, and Turkey and Saudi Arabia fall. As Gordon Duff has recently put it:

“The determination of the Erdogan regime to undermine the sovereignty of Syria by supporting, both logistically, materially and monetarily various factions of Islamic fundamentalist mercenaries and terrorist groups, has only harmed the security of Turkey and strengthened the position of their long time enemy the Kurds.

“The past five years have enriched the bank accounts of the Erdogan family and their cronies through the illegal oil trade, human trafficking of refuges, and the smuggling of arms; however, the Turkish people have suffered from a bloody crack-down on the Kurdish minority in the south of the country, terrorist bombings, an assault on civil rights, press censorship and the erosion of Turkish-Russian relations to a level not seen since the darkest days of the Cold War.”

Hegel’s “cunning of reason” has come back with a vengeance. You simply cannot fight reason and expect to win.

 


[1] Stanley Weiss, “It’s Time to Kick Erdogan’s Turkey Out of NATO,” Huffington Post, February 23, 2016.

[2] Nanancy A. Youssef, “ISIS Is Losing Its Capital,” Daily Beast, February 25, 2016.

[3] “EXCLUSIVE: Daesh Used Corrosive Chemicals Against Iraqi Civilians (VIDEO),” Sputnik News, February 25, 2016.

[4] “Kennedy: Daesh is a By-Product of Washington’s Drive for Qatari Gas,” Sputnik News, February 24, 2016; see also “Daesh Terrorists: A Multifunction Tool in Hands of Ankara, Riyadh, NATO,” Sputnik News, February 20, 2016.

[5] John R. Schindler, “Mounting Evidence Putin Will Ignite WWIII,” Observer, February 11, 2016.

[6] “Europe Threatens Travel Restrictions Unless Turkey Halts Flow of Refugees,” Sputnik News, February 26, 2016.

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2 Responses to "The New World Order Is Losing the War in Syria Really Bad"

  1. Imre Tihanyi  February 26, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    The US Foreign policy decisions are not made, to benefit the people of the united States, but they are driven, to enhance the position of the Bolshevik-Zionist-Apartheid-Theocracy of the terror state of Israel! The AIPAC-Israel Lobby ,that is but the Union, of some 65 to 80 Zionist Israeli Organizations, is the most influential, effective lobbying entity in the US. and as such, they have dictated for some 40 to 50 years, the policy decisions of the US of A. The Spineless US Congress and Political Structure, has turned the US Military into the Attack Dog for the International Bolshevik Zionist Kosher Nostra! All the resulting, “America’s Misadventures in the Middle East” to serve the Zionist’s Interests, have turned the Middle East and N. Africa into, HELL on EARTH!

  2. Aziz Khalfan  February 26, 2016 at 12:28 am

    Yes like Midas everything the US touches turns yellow but unlike Midas it is not gold.

    “Those that stir the crap-pot must be made to lick the spoon.” – anon

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