…by Jonas E. Alexis
I typically do not get many email messages on Mondays, which is a relief. But I read each one of them very carefully. I do so for various reasons.
Some readers may have serious questions on certain issues, some may point out other issues that I may have overlooked or have not explored, or some may want to formulate a challenge.
I particularly welcome those challenges, as long as they are done within the spirit of rational discourse. As the old saying goes, “Iron sharpens iron.”
For example, one particular reader asked about what ought to be done with people like George W. Bush, and that led to the article entitled “The Prosecution of George W. Bush, Obama, and the Neconservative for Murder, Torture, and Sodomy.”
Similarly, another reader sent me an article on the Pussy Riot, and that sparked my interest on the issue, which eventually culminated into the article entitled, “The Ukrainian Uprising and Neo-Bolshevik Sex Orgy.” (This article is an expanded version of it.)
Had it not been for that particular reader, I probably would not have known that the Pussy Riot were Trotskyists and were performing literal sex orgies in public places such as the Moscow Zoological Museum.
To repeat what the Moscow-based newspaper The eXile had said, the Pussy Riot literally
“stripped off their clothes and started fu$king in the middle of Moscow’s Biology Museum in an act they called ‘Fuck For Medvedev! ‘
“They managed to gather a few photographers and a banner, popped a bunch of Viagra, and fu$ked on the floor for about 10 minutes before getting thrown out.’”
And how about stealing a frozen chicken and literally placing it in the vagina at a supermarket! There is more: they filmed the entire sexual act and placed it online for all to see.
In protest of the Pussy Riot trial, one leader of the Ukrainian activist group Femen (a group supported by Jed Sunden, Jewish founder of the Kyiv Post, “Ukraine’s English-language newspaper”) took a chainsaw to a Christian cross on Independence Hill, right in front of Kiev’s central square, and started acting. She was topless.
The cross was actually erected in memory of the millions upon millions of innocent people who died during the Bolshevik famine, 1932-1933.
Subsequently, many members of the same group staged “protests across Europe [including Sweden, Ukraine, Belgium, and France] as they called for a ‘topless jihad.’”
Since Islam does not promote the sexual ideology which Jewish revolutionaries like Inna Shevchenko was promoting, the group leader quickly produced a frontal attack on Islam. Anna Lekas Miller of The Nation wrote,
“In Paris, Shevchenko’s first move was to lead a topless march through the heavily Muslim quarters of Paris. The FEMEN trainees who participated in the march painted slogans like, ‘Muslim women, let’s get naked!’ and ‘Nudity is Freedom!’ across their breasts.
“Shevchenko has organized protests outside of mosques, and has even been known to inform veiled women in Paris that the veil is oppressive and they should remove it.
“In London, French FEMEN activists were arrested protesting the participation of athletes from Muslim countries in the 2012 Olympics. They dressed as Muslim men—wearing turbans made from bath towels and prayer rugs—and claimed that the Olympics were supporting ‘bloody Islamist regimes’ by allowing these countries to participate.
“When Amina Tyler posted two pictures of herself topless—one with ‘Fuck Your Morals’ written across her breasts in English and the other with ‘My Body is Not the Source of Someone Else’s Honor’ written in Arabic—only to be threatened with eighty lashes, and possible death from the Tunisian authorities, FEMEN came forward to support her.
“Seizing the moment to push their anti-Sharia message, they declared an International Topless Jihad Day.
“But on the same day, another group emerged—‘Muslim Women Against FEMEN.’ According to the page, the group has 11,825 members. Like Tyler, they posted their pictures on Facebook.
“But unlike Tyler, they were fully clothed, many of them wearing the traditional hijab and some even wearing the more conservative niqab or burqa. They carried placards that read ‘My hijab is my liberation’ and ‘Nudity does not liberate me and I do not need saving.’
“Still, Inna Shevchenko was not deterred—indeed, she seemed to miss the point completely. ‘They write on their posters that they do not need liberation, but in their eyes it’s written, ‘Help me,’ she said.”
Shevchenko’s movement got a lot of support from neoconservative Pamela Geller, who co-founded the Freedom Defense Initiative with Robert Spencer. Geller said unambiguously,
“It’s not what I would do but I loved the moxie and in-your-face action to call worldwide attention to misogyny under Muslim rule. These feminist activists held ‘International Topless Jihad Day’ in major European cities including Berlin, Kiev and Paris. They painted their bodies with slogans such as, ‘bare breasts against Islamism,’ and they protested outside of mosques in various cities.”
Geller moved on to propound that “FEMEN were not demanding Muslimahs remove their cloth coffins or head pieces. They were trying to help the oppressed.”
Trying to help the oppressed by walking naked? What kind of world is Geller living in? She seems to have been bamboozled by the neoconservative ideology for so long that she cannot string two rational thoughts together.
Robert Spencer, instead of condemning the sexual provocation, ended up talking about Alia al-Mahdi!
Like Geller, Shevchenko claimed that Femen intended to liberate women from oppression, but we all know what she meant by that. Not only those street pimps and whores were chanting things like, “Fuck your morals,” they were also saying, “Our tits are deadlier than your stones!” They even insulted decent atheists by using atheist premises to marshal their ideology.
These women were so out of touch with reality that even some people in the sex and feminist industry began to reject their sexual manifestation, saying things like, “FEMEN, get the fu$k out of our business.”
Amina Sboui, one of the members, actually got a wake-up call when she discovered that the movement was based on a sham. When she was asked the question, “why did you decide to quit the Femen group?”, she responded,
“I don’t know how the movement is financed. I asked Inna several times, but I didn’t get a clear answer. I don’t want to be in a movement supported by dubious money. What if it is financed by Israel? I want to know. And then, I don’t want my name to be associated with an Islamophobic organization.
“I did not appreciate the action taken by the girls shouting ‘Amina Akbar, Femen Akbar’ in front of the Tunisian embassy in France, or when they burned the black Tawhid flag in front of a mosque in Paris. These actions offended many Muslims and many of my friends. We must respect everyone’s religion.”
With respect to the Pussy Riot, Russian-Israeli writer Israel Shamir declared that
“the glory went to a Russian-Israeli artist Plucer-Sarno of Mevasseret Zion, who claimed the idea, design and copyright for himself and collected a major Russian prize.”
Video clips of these obscene acts are too disturbing to be posted here. If you are able to stomach them and want to understand the political and sexual ideology which the Zionist world in America was defending, you are welcome to view them online.
The sad part is that the New York Times, CNN, the Weekly Standard, Commentary, PBS, etc., never mentioned the sexual acts which members of the band were performing. Instead, we were constantly told ad nauseam that the band was arrested on false charges. To my knowledge, the only magazine that actually talked about the sex orgy is Salon, in which we read in graphic details:
“In February 2008, as part of another radical group called Voina, Tolokonnikova participated in an orgy at the Timiriazev State Biology Museum in Moscow that was photographed and filmed.
“The orgy, held to protest the ‘farcical and pornographic’ election of Dmitry Medvedev, was called ‘Fuck for the Heir Puppy Bear!’ The root of Medvedev means ‘bear’ in Russian.
“Blogger and Voina member Alexei Plutser-Sarno claimed that the orgy denoted how ‘in Russia everyone fu$ks each other and the little president looks at it with delight.’
“In the video, available online, participants quickly undress near a taxidermic bear. Four couples, including Tolokonnikova, visibly pregnant and on her knees with her underwear pulled down, begin having sex doggie style.
“A fifth couple has oral sex. Several of the men appear to have performance issues—not surprising, as group sex is intimidating enough without visions of Siberian labor camp flashing before one’s eyes.
“In the background, a bearded Plutser-Sarno in a tuxedo and top hat holds a banner reading ‘fu$k for the heir-bear.’ Tolokonnikova gave birth just a few days after the orgy, a detail rarely left out of Western media reports.
“In a 2010 Voina performance, ‘Dick Captured by KGB,’ the artists painted a sixty-five-meter long, twenty-seven-meter wide outline of a penis on a drawbridge in St. Petersburg.
“When the bridge was raised, the penis appeared erect. The bridge, incidentally, led to the headquarters of the Federal Security Service (FSB), the successor to the KGB and the agency that sent twenty-five to thirty ‘men in suits with guns’ to arrest Tolokonnikova and her husband after Pussy Riot’s ‘Punk Prayer’ hit the Internet.”
While the band was being supported by Madonna, Sting, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Paul McCartney, among others, Jewish animator Matt Stone was making fun of Christ. “On the cartoon show South Park, Jesus appears to a community wearing a ‘Free Pussy Riot’ T-shirt under his robe.” The only people who resisted the Pussy Riot band were the Russian people themselves:
“polls suggested far less support for the band members, whose actions were seen as hateful, disgusting, shocking, and without political merit. Ironically, Medvedev—the namesake of the 2008 museum orgy—called for the women’s release in mid-September, possibly in response to international pressure.”
Two years after the Pussy Riot debacle, the New York Times risibly declared that members of the Pussy Riot were arrested only “for having staged a political protest in a Moscow cathedral,” and if you think the Times did mention the sex act, think again.
Max Boot of Commentary called the Pussy Riot just “dissents” and nothing more. He even seemed to praise Madonna for standing up for the band!
Now here is Ben Shapiro, the Orthodox Jewish writer and neoconservative. Please keep in mind that Shapiro is the author of several best-selling books, including Primetime Propaganda: The True Hollywood Story and How the Left Took Over Your TV and Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism is Corrupting Our Future:
“And, for the first time in recent memory, the celebrity community did something right: they stood up to a dictator. Led by Madonna, Paul McCartney and Sting, they called for the release of the band – a band which, by the way, was doing this as a publicity stunt, since they’d never even recorded a full record.
“Madonna led the way, doing a concert in Moscow with the name of the group emblazoned on her back.
“The question isn’t why these artists would stand up for Pussy Riot. It’s the right thing to do. No matter what your religious belief system, no matter how you feel about blasphemy in a church, there’s no excuse for jailing political dissidents for exercising the right to free speech.”
Shapiro lays the cat out of the bag right here in the last sentence. In the Jewish universe, free speech basically means you ought to have sex orgies in public places, you ought to denigrate Churches, and you ought to, well, “Fuck For Medvedev.”
The plot thickens: the Pussy Riot performed their sexual acts, and Jewish neoconservatives like Shapiro produced the political leverage in America.
If an observer is simply looking at this sexual dialectic from a Left-vs.-Right perspective, it is absolutely incomprehensible. One has to look elsewhere in order to understand what is going on here. The most plausible way to understand this is to look at it from a Jewish revolutionary perspective.
For example, Wilhelm Reich, Shapiro’s Jewish intellectual antecedent, made it quite clear that sexual liberation is a mortal foe to both the state and traditional values. Reich, who got much of his ideas from Sigmund Freud, put it quite bluntly,
“Sexual potency and physical vigor and beauty must become the permanent ideals of the revolutionary freedom movement.
“The first prerequisite for healthier human and sexual relationships is the elimination of those moral concepts which base their demands on allegedly supernatural commands, on arbitrary human regulations, or simply on tradition…
“We do not want to see natural sexual attraction stamped as ‘sin,’ ‘sensuality’ fought as something low and beastly, and the ‘conquering of the flesh’ made the guiding principle of morality!”
Reich was certainly an astute observer and learned from Greek antiquity (most certainly Euripides) and from Samson and Delilah that the best way to bring a person and indeed an entire nation into sexual and political bondage (and thereby enslaving the population) is to deconstruct the moral order and substitute something radically sexual.
Once the sexual order is out of the equation, people will be slaves to their oppressors—and in this instance oppressors like Freud, Reich, and the neoconservatives. The supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei understood this principle as well. He declared in 2005:
More than Iran’s enemies need artillery, guns, and so forth, they need to spread cultural values that lead to moral corruption . . . a senior official in an important American political center said: ‘Instead of bombs, send them miniskirts.’
“He is right. If they arouse sexual desires in any given country, if they spread unrestrained mixing of men and women, and if they lead youth to behavior to which they are naturally inclined by instincts, there will no longer be any need for artillery and guns against that nation.”
First, you prey on the sexual weakness of individuals, and then you have him captive. Remember what happened to Julian Assange and how they trapped him and then called the act “sex by surprise”? Assange was simply following sexual liberation by having consensual sex with two separate women.
But since he released files which turned out to be detrimental to the Zionists, he was charged with “sex by surprise.” Assange’s lawyer even admitted that he did not know what “sex by surprise” means because it was not on the books. It was invented just to accuse Assange.
But suppose replace Assange with the name Dominique Strauss-Kahn or Woody Allen? Would he be charged?
Of course not!
I have no interest in Julian Assange. But here is my bone of contention: the NSA can snoop on virtually the entire world, but whenever Assange snoops on them and expose their dirty secret, all of a sudden their veins start to pop up.
If spying on Americans really doesn’t matter, why should they be upset when Assange is simply following the Zionist principle?
What was even so despicable was that last May Congress invited the Pussy Riot to talk about human rights in Russia and to lambaste Putin.
Hillary Clinton even twitted that it was “great to meet the strong & brave young women from # PussyRiot, who refuse to let their voices be silenced in Russia.”
When the Pussy Riot was on the Charlie Rose Show, Charlie did not even ask them about the sex thing at the Zoological Museum. Listen to how Charlie framed the issue: “What did you think you were doing when you took on Vladimir Putin”?
Oh, Charlie. Give me a break.
Citing Shamir once again:
“It is important to remember that Putin is an avowed enemy of Russian oligarchs, owners of the major bulk of Russian media and providers of the Moscow literati, so they print on a daily basis so much anti-Putin invective, that it’s lost its shock value.
“You can’t invent a new diatribe against Putin – it has been already said and published. And Putin practically never interferes with the freedom of the press.
“My foreign journalist friends are usually amazed by the unanimity and ferocity of the anti-Putin campaign in Russian media.”
If you think Shamir was just pulling your leg, remember what Jewish Yulia Tymoshenko said last year:
“I’m ready to grab a machine gun and shoot that mother fu$ker [Putin] in the head.”
Imagine the reaction of the Zionist world if some neo-Nazis or Ku Klux Klan members happen to say something similar to Netanyahu. The New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, the BBC, and nearly all the other news outlets would produce this phone conversation live ad nauseam.
Remember how they manipulated the George Zimmerman case and how they mobilized the unsuspecting masses to have a race riot? How many Americans do you think know that Yulia Tymoshenko is a living, breathing person?
Get a microphone and start asking the average American at your location. The answer may surprise you.
 This is an introduction to the next article.
 For a historical study on this issue, see for example Robert Conquest, The Harvest of Sorrow: Soviet Collectivization and the Terror-Famine (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987); Miron Dolot, Execution by Hunger: The Hidden Holocaust (New York: W. W. Norton, 1985); Steven Rosefielde, Red Holocaust (New York: Routledge, 2010); Norman M. Naimark, Stalin’s Genocide (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010); Andrea Graziosi, Lubomyr A. Hajda, et al., After the Holodomor: The Enduring Impact of the Great Famine on Ukraine (Cambridge: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 2013).
 “Femen Stages a ‘Topless Jihad,’” Atlantic, April 4, 2013.
 Anna Lekas Miller, “Femen’s ‘Topless Jihad,’” The Nation, July 1, 2013.
 Pamela Geller, “Muslimah Misogyny: ‘Muslim Women Against Femen,’” Jewish Press, April 17, 2013.
 Inna Shevchenko, “Femen let Victor Svyatski take over because we didn’t know how to fight it,” Guardian, September 5, 2013.
 Miller, “Femen’s ‘Topless Jihad,’” The Nation, July 1, 2013
 “Amina Sboui Quits FEMEN: ‘I Do Not Want My Name To Be Associated With An Islamophobic Organization,’” Huffington Post, August 20, 2013.
 Katherine Frank, “Sexy Spring: How Group Sex Will Liberate Iran, China,” Salon, July 28, 2013.
 Rick Gladstone, “Pussy Riot Members Take Tour to New York Times,” NY Times, February 5, 2014.
 Max Boot, “Putin’s PR Blunder,” Commentary, August 17, 2012.
 Wilhelm Reich, The Sexual Revolution: Toward a Self-Regulating Character Structure (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1986), 53, 267.
 Quoted in Katherine Frank, “Sexy Spring: How Group Sex Will Liberate Iran, China,” Salon, July 28, 2013.
 Jessica Grose, “Is ‘Sex by Surprise’ Illegal in the United States?,” Slate, December 6, 2010.
 “Pussy Riot Tells Congress of Russian Human Rights Abuses,” NY Post, May 6, 2014.
 Ibid. I hate to speculate, but it sounds like Clinton would have done the same thing at the Moscow Zoological Museum.