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.

Some of his main interests include the history of Christianity, U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book ,Christianity & Rabbinic Judaism: A History of Conflict Between Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism from the first Century to the Twenty-first Century.

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Cliff Kincaid Is a New World Order Agent, Lies About Vladimir Putin, and Fabricates Stories About Turkey

"In the intellectual life, there are two, and only two, basic transactions. One can subordinate truth to desire, or one can subordinate desire to truth. The moderns, perhaps more than any other group in the intellectual history of the West, fell into the former category."

"So, you don't want to go by practical reason? Go right ahead. But mark my words: you're going to look silly."

“So, you don’t want to go by practical reason? Go right ahead. But mark my words: you’re going to look silly.”

…by Jonas E. Alexis


A few days ago, an honest reader asked me about whether I was familiar with Cliff Kincaid’s work, to which I responded negatively. The reader was referring to Kincaid’s recent book, Red Jihad.

I bought the kindle edition of the book last week and began to peruse it then. Within the first few pages, Kincaid, who is “the Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism,” begins to tell the inexorable truth—the truth according to Cliff Kincaid himself.

“Russian officials,” he writes, “still consider themselves members of the international Marxist movement.”[1] If that isn’t bad enough, then hang in there. Kincaid grossly mischaracterizes Putin, takes his words out of context, and declares that Putin still loves the ideological foundation of Communism. The source for this extraordinary claim? Yahoo News!

To Kincaid, Putin is a modern reincarnation of the Soviet Union. “Putin believes he is properly implementing [‘the ideals of communism’] and Russia’s nuclear advantage is growing by the day.”[2]

Obviously Kincaid is either ignorant of the actual fact or is deliberately misleading his readers. Putin made it very clear that leaders of the Soviet Union, “whose composition was 80-85 percent Jewish,” were “guided by false ideological considerations” and were therefore wrong in their subversive worldview.[3] Putin moved on to say: “Thankfully, those ideological goggles and faulty ideological perceptions collapsed.”[4]

How could “the Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism” miss that memo? Could it be that he is working for the New World Order and is therefore incapable of seeing things the way they really are?

Kincaid calls Russia Today a “propaganda channel.”[5] “The ‘Final Solution,’” he writes, “may be unleashed by Russian organized crime or Moscow-controlled Jihadist groups.”[6] Citing the FBI and the Associated Press, Kincaid believes the bold lie that “the criminal regime in Moscow” is linked “to ISIS, the Islamic State.”[7]

Frankly, one needn’t be an intellectual, a journalist, or an astute observer to realize that that statement is generally dumb. Kincaid should have been ashamed of himself and he obviously ought to quit deceiving naïve people.

Even the Zionist media itself admits that Russia and ISIS have been going head to head in places like Syria for years.[8] Egypt has recently admitted that ISIS was behind the Russian jet attack.[9] Does Kincaid mean to tell us that he is not aware of any of this?

If that is so, then he is one of the weirdest New World Order agents out there. I invited him to discuss the topics of his book in a written dialogue, but he never responded. He writes:

“Putin had to be directly involved in such a plot [the death of Alexander Litvinenko], carried out by Russian intelligence on British soil. After all, Putin rules the country like a virtual dictator.”[10]

What Kincaid cannot realize is that “The brother of Aleksandr Litvinenko says the UK government had more motivation to kill him than Russia did, despite a British public inquiry which concluded that President Putin ‘probably’ approved the assassination.”[11]

You see, Kincaid has to exclude the testimony of Litvinenko’s own brother from the political equation in order to marshal his own ideology. Moreover, he has to exclude the allegations that Jewish oligarch Boris Berezovsky was pressuring an individual by the name of Vladimir Terluk “to produce false evidence of a murder plot.”[12]

"My truth is that Russia has been supporting ISIS. I know it doesn't make sense and contradict reason, but it's my truth."

“My truth is that Russia has been supporting ISIS. I know it doesn’t make sense and contradicts reason, but it’s my truth.”

You ain’t seen nothing yet. The more you read Kincaid’s book, the more ridiculous his assertions become. Pay close attention here:

“On January 12, 2016, an ISIS terrorist attack killed 10 people in Turkey. Shortly thereafter, three Russian terrorists linked to ISIS were arrested in Turkey. The Russian government called them ‘citizens.’

“It was significant that the terrorists were not leaving Russia for terrorist training and going back to Russia to attack the Putin regime. Instead, the thousands of Muslims leaving Russia are targeting such countries as France, the United States, and Turkey…

“In the region, Turkey is a bulwark against Russian and Iranian expansion. Before he assumed the role as a leader of the Sunnis in the Middle East, mobilizing forces against Shiite Iran and Syria, Tayyip Erdgan was known for his anti-Soviet views. Indeed, he was an anti-communist in his youth.

“Russia’s increased military involvement in Syria has heightened his awareness of the real danger in the Middle East. He seems to understand that Putin has returned to his Soviet roots and that Turkey’s future lies with NATO and the West.”[13]

How can someone respond to completely dumb statements like that? How would you go about reasoning people out of an idea which wasn’t formed on the basis of logic, reason, and historical evidence?

Well, you just can’t! You probably will find yourself in the middle of World War III. I have tried to reason people out of stupid ideas before, but what I am realizing is that ideology is more powerful than logic and reason. When people abandon reason for madness, then there is nothing you can do.

I have tried to find the sources that Kincaid cited for the statements above without success. Let us cite some sources that contradict his perversion of the truth. David L. Phillips, Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights, Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights, has written a long article meticulously documenting Turkey’s terrorist activities under Erdogan.[14]

Even the Jerusalem Post, a Zionist outlet, did not hesitate to produce an article entitled, “Qatar and Turkey as supporters of terrorism.” The article declared in part that the “US has been unable to persuade Turkey to stop Islamic State (IS) from selling oil on the Turkish black market.”[15] In the same vein, the Guardian produced another article back in 2011 entitled, “US embassy cables: Turkey and terrorism.”[16]

Russia has presented enough evidence which clearly shows that Erdogan and his family have been sleeping with ISIS. Turkish journalists and intellectuals themselves admitted that the Erdogan regime and ISIS are basically concentric circles.

Now here is another vital point: ISIS has been fighting against the Syrian government for years. Assad and Russia have been allies for years. Does Kincaid mean to tell us that Russia has been supporting ISIS in order to exterminate the Syrian government? Is that a sober thought?

If Russia has been supporting ISIS or terrorist cells in the region, then Putin does not make sense at all. Remember when terrorists were cutting people’s hearts and taking a bit? Here’s what Putin said then:

“You will not deny that one does not really need to support the people who not only kill their enemies, but open up their bodies, eat their intestines in front of the public and cameras. Are these the people you want to support? Is it them who you want to supply with weapons? Then this probably has little relation to humanitarian values that have been preached in Europe for hundreds of years.”[17]

Kincaid simply cannot say that he is not aware of any of this. If he insists that he is an ignoramus, then he shouldn’t be writing books about things of which he has no clue. Personally, I don’t think Kincaid is an ignoramus. He knows the truth but since he abides by a principle which violates practical reason, he has to propound one nonsense after another.

If you understand how logic and reason work in the real world, then Kincaid’s book is going to raise your blood pressure. If you intend to buy that book, then be ready to hit the gymnasium in order to get some fresh air.

At the end of Degenerate Moderns, E. Michael Jones proposes that

“In the intellectual life, there are two, and only two, basic transactions. One can subordinate truth to desire, or one can subordinate desire to truth. The moderns, perhaps more than any other group in the intellectual history of the West, fell into the former category.”[18]

One can say the same thing about New World Order agents. They have deliberately subordinated truth to their appetite. Sadly, Cliff Kincaid fits that description.

[1] Cliff Kincaid, Red Jihad: Moscow’s Final Solution for America and Israel (Owings, MD: America’s Survival, Inc., 2016), kindle edition.

[2] Ibid.

[3] “Putin: First Soviet government was mostly Jewish,” Jerusalem Post, June 20, 2013.

[4] Ibid.

[5] Kincaid, Red Jihad: Moscow’s Final Solution for America and Israel (Owings, MD: America’s Survival, Inc., 2016), kindle edition

[6] Ibid.

[7] Ibid.

[8] See for example Robert Farley, “5 ISIS Weapons of War Russia Should Fear in Syria,” National Interest, October 1, 2015; “Putin Considers Throwing Russia Into ISIS Fight: Report,” NBC News, September 22, 2014; Jed Babbin, “With ISIS and Russia, None of the Above Is Not the Answer,” American Spectator, September 2, 2014.

[9] Lizzie Dearden, “Isis plane attack: Egypt admits ‘terrorists’ downed Russian Metrojet flight from Sharm el-Sheikh for first time,” Independent, February 24, 2016.

[10] Kincaid, Red Jihad: Moscow’s Final Solution for America and Israel (Owings, MD: America’s Survival, Inc., 2016), kindle edition.

[11] See also Robert Verkaik and Hannah Roberts, “Litvinenko feud as Russian spy’s brother says he was killed by British agents, but widow says his claims are ‘lies,’” Daily Mail, July 27, 2014; “Britain had more motivation to kill Aleksandr Litvinenko than Russia, brother claims,” Russia Today, January 22, 2016.

[12] Helen Pidd, “Exiled billionaire Berezovsky begins libel battle over TV claim he killed Litvinenko,” Guardian, February 7, 2010.

[13] Kincaid, Red Jihad: Moscow’s Final Solution for America and Israel (Owings, MD: America’s Survival, Inc., 2016), kindle edition.

[14] David L. Phillips, “Research Paper: ISIS-Turkey List,” Huffington Post, Huffington Post, November 9, 2014.

[15] Eric R. Mandel, “Qatar and Turkey as supporters of terrorism,” Jerusalem Post, September 17, 2014.

[16] “US embassy cables: Turkey and terrorism,” Guardian, January 18, 2011.

[17] Quoted in Patrick Wintour, “Syria: Putin backs Assad and berates west over proposal to arm rebels,” Guardian, June 17, 2013.

[18] E. Michael Jones, Degenerate Moderns: Modernity as Rationalized Sexual Misbehavior (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2012), 234.


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8 Responses to "Cliff Kincaid Is a New World Order Agent, Lies About Vladimir Putin, and Fabricates Stories About Turkey"

  1. FoxRenard  March 3, 2016 at 3:06 am

    When will we have a World free of that kind of people ? If we will ever have !

  2. ayelyahbenjamin  March 3, 2016 at 2:40 am

    was the book purchased as a non-fiction? ….if so you have grounds for a refund

  3. Hans Niemandwitz  March 2, 2016 at 5:36 pm

    Dear Jonas E. Alexis:


    A huge THANK YOU VERY MUCH for this article.

    I was in the hope you would write down your assessment of Cliff Kincaid (on Putin) one of these days, but I could hardly expect it to come out so fast. And what a good article it is (and you can say that again).

    I do appreciate your work done here, Mr. Alexis. As I’ve put it in my e-mail to you a while ago, thank you very much for educating me.

    You are helping me to understand the world I (we) live in, in spite of the main stream media and, much more dramatically, in spite of those who, like Cliff Kincaid (of “The New Global Bondage [1995]” fame), come across as being a conservative American fighting the New World Order.

    GOD bless you and your loved ones.

    Hans Niemandwitz, of Curitiba (State of Parana) – BRAZIL.

  4. Monty!  March 2, 2016 at 7:55 am

    The smart people just follow the money trail. Every so often, a new face shows up with “outstandingly brilliant CV” in their fields who adhere to, and add more confusion, on a paricular narrative in scheme of things to further the One World Project. They tend to be so stupid, but at the same time, speak massive lies looking at the TV camera that an average American becomes enthralled with something new and beyond their own tiny comprehension.

    Jonas Is Spot On! Cliff Kincaid is an agent of the New World Order narrative. However, look from life’s reality with an impartial eye. He has a wife and three sons to feed, cloth, educate and live healthily. How in the name of the Lord is it possible for someone with his IQ manage all that in present day America where all the industrial and financial jobs have been exported??

  5. Zaguero  March 2, 2016 at 6:39 am

    My only objection is that you actually bought a book from this clown.

    I know, ‘never judge a book by its cover’, but that picture of Kincaid makes me laugh. He has that terribly unhappy look one sees on so many stooges, as though his skivvies are three sizes too small, and they’re pinching his mansack.

  6. Jonas E. Alexis  March 2, 2016 at 5:27 am


    To be honest with you, I have not read Nobody Died at Sandy Hook. If you want my honest opinion, I think there are bigger issues to deal with than Sandy Hook. I will never get into a serious debate on this issue with anyone precisely because that’s not where the metaphysical conflicts lie. That is one reason why I have never discussed this issue here–and never will.

  7. wjabbe  March 2, 2016 at 5:09 am

    Quote from his published bio:
    “Cliff concentrated in journalism and communications at the University of Toledo, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and came to Washington through a national journalism program headed by conservative author and journalist M. Stanton Evans. At his college newspaper, Cliff won an award for editorial writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. Cliff is married and has three sons.
    Cliff Kincaid is the Director of the AIM Center for Investigative Journalism. From 2003 – 2010 he was Editor of the “AIM Report.” A veteran journalist and media critic, he currently specializes in election coverage, the Fairness Doctrine, coverage of the U.N., and coverage of financial bailouts. AIM’s founder, Reed Irvine, hired Cliff as an intern and then a staffer in 1978, and Cliff has been associated with AIM in some capacity ever since.
    Cliff is the author or co-author of several books, including his latest, The Death of Talk Radio?, as well as Why You Can’t Trust the News, The Playboy Foundation, Profiles of Deception, The News Manipulators and Global Taxes for World Government. His articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Washington Times, Chronicles, Human Events, Insight and other publications.”

    • wjabbe  March 2, 2016 at 5:21 am

      Jonas: Since he purports to be a “media critic” why not send him a free copy of “Nobody Died at Sandy Hook” and see if he has read it, or ask him if he believes the fairy tails of 9/11/01 too?

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