…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you thought that zombie enabler David Petraeus was politically dead, then you will have to rethink things a little. After he was morally wounded in the Paula Broadwell debacle, after it was obviously discovered that this man was an agent working against the interest of America, New World Order agents went work in order to rescue one of their saviors from political oblivion.
Keep in mind that Neocon shill Victor Davis Hanson of the Hoover Institution literally believed that Petraeus was a savior who could save the Iraq debacle. Thomas Sowell of the same institution almost believed the same thing. After the Broadwell debacle, those talking heads stopped mumbling about their dead savior.
Recently, the Washington Post has located Petraeus’ political corpse and sort of resuscitated him. NWO agents seemed to have realized this man can still be used as an asset. What is Petraeus’ recent fire-and-brimstone message? He shouts: “It’s time to unleash America’s airpower in Afghanistan.” Well, who has been saying this for the last five years or so? The Neo-Bolsheviks, who had strong connections with Petraeus. Petraeus is not kidding here at all:
“President Obama’s desire to avoid large new ground commitments in the Middle East is, in many respects, understandable, given the experiences of some 15 years of war.
“At present, however, the modest number of U.S. and coalition troops in Afghanistan operate with one hand tied behind their backs — at a time when Afghan forces, though fighting hard, are struggling. That should be changed. We should unleash our airpower in support of our Afghan partners in the same way that we support our Iraqi and Syrian partners against extremists.
“At present, U.S. and NATO airpower in Afghanistan is used only to attack validated al-Qaeda targets, to counter specific individuals or groups who have attacked coalition forces previously and to respond directly to attacks on coalition forces.”
If we are to “unleash America’s airpower in Afghanistan,” does that include passing substantial classified documents to mistresses? How can we know that Mr. Petraeus is not going to do the same thing? How can we know that he is not going to accumulate more mistresses?
If we have to talk about airpower in Afghanistan, let’s talk about the “kind of cat-fight stuff” with mistresses first. Let’s talk about how America was betrayed in Iraq and Afghanistan. I am waiting for Petraeus to write an article at the Washington Post discussing how he allowed sexual weaknesses to destroy his military career and perhaps his family. Mistress Paula Broadwell wrote All In: The Education of General David Petraeus:
“As we [Petraeus and herself] talked during the run from the Pentagon to the Washington Monument and back, Petraeus progressively increased the pace until the talk turned to heavy breathing and we reached a six-minute-per-mile pace. It was a signature Petraeus move. I think I passed the test…”
What test, Mrs. Broadwell?
In any event, Petraeus should really be ashamed of himself precisely because he has no right to tell the American people to continue perpetual wars in Afghanistan. Most Americans trusted this man to do a decent job in the region, but he ended up selling America to the Dreadful Few.
 Robert Parry, “Neocons Guided Petraeus on Afghan War,” Consortiumnews.com, March 9, 2015; Peter Weber, “The 10 strangest details of the David Petraeus affair,” The Week, November 20, 2012.
 Victor Davis Hanson, The Savior Generals: How Five Great Commanders Saved Wars That Were Lost – From Ancient Greece to Iraq (New York: Bloomsbury, 2013), 190-237.
 Thomas Sowell, Intellectuals and Society (New York: Basic Books, 2009), chapter seven.
 David Petraeus and Michael O’Hanlon, “It’s time to unleash America’s airpower in Afghanistan,” Washington Post, January 14, 2016.
 See for example, Max Boot, “Weekly Standard: In Afghanistan, They Can Do It,” National Public Radio, November 8, 2011; Jamie M. Fly, “Reclaiming the Moral Case for Afghanistan,” Commentary, April 2012; Daniel Greenfield, “100 Afghan Diplomats Defect to Avoid Going Back to Afghanistan,” FrontPage Magazine, June 28, 2013; Kimberly Kagan, “The Afghan Endgame,” Institute for the Study of War, February 19, 2013.
 David Petraeus and Michael O’Hanlon, “It’s time to unleash America’s airpower in Afghanistan,” Washington Post, January 14, 2016
 “Broadwell’s ‘threatening’ emails to Florida socialite sparked FBI probe after they detailed Petraeus’ movements – as it’s revealed she had substantial military documents stored in her home,” Daily Mail, November 14, 2012.
 Hugo Dye, “’Does your husband know you’ve been touching Petraeus under the table?’ The cat-fight emails sent by Paula Broadwell to supposed love rival Jill Kelley,” Daily Mail, November 13, 2012.
 Paula Broadwell, All In: The Education of General David Petraeus (New York: Penguin, 2012), kindle edition.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.