…by Jonas E. Alexis
Both Putin and Assad ended the first month of January with a big bang again. If you doubt this, then ask General Joseph F. Dunford. On January 20, Dunford told the Pentagon that the Syrian government was “in a worse place before, and the regime is in a better place now.” The New York Times itself reported:
“Because of the Russian airstrikes, General Dunford said, Mr. Assad has ‘regained some small amounts of ground’ and has managed to consolidate control in some areas where his forces had previously been under siege from opposition groups, including some backed by the United States.”
That again is a low blow to New World Order agents. They are back to the angry mode again because Russia is obviously destroying their world. They have a plan of attack.
They want to use American tax dollars to continue their covert operations. It has been reported that the Pentagon is just using ISIS “to push for bigger budget.”
That budget will be “about 35% higher than last year’s ISIS war budget.” We know that this money will go straight to terrorist cells in Syria. We know that ISIS has been fighting Assad from time immemorial, and former Al Qaeda member Nabil Naim made it very clear that terrorist groups like al-Nusra take orders from the C.I.A. In fact, the U.S., with the help of the Neoconservatives, ended up training ISIS. Presidential candidate Ran Paul has said the same thing.
Who will pay for this? The average American and precious Palestinians. Now NWO agents want to inflict vengeance on American women. They are now asking women “to register for draft”! Too many decent men are dying for Israel, and now they want to suck the blood of precious women. If I were a feminist, I would tell those people that women are not for sale.
What we are seeing here is chaos across the political spectrum. The average American needs to know that Russia is not the enemy. They need to know that Putin is an ally. Why? Because he is not in the business of playing double standards in the political sphere. That is why NWO agents hate him so much. The man is doing his best to keep the political order in Syria.
But instead of sending Russia a thank you note, NWO agents have recently declared war on the country again. They are currently increasing “the deployment of heavy weapons, armored vehicles and other equipment to NATO countries in Central and Eastern Europe” in order to stop Russia from fighting terrorism.
It gets even more ridiculous: NWO agents ask Russia to stop bombing terrorists in Syria because peace talk is supposedly going to take place.
And then this: Obama is planning to “to quadruple military spending in Europe.” But, according to current political discourse, Russia is the aggressor here!
NWO agents need to thank God that they never met people like Immanuel Kant. These people are so desperate at this present moment that they even showed “footage of Russian airstrikes passed off as American”!
Russia should sue them for plagiarism.
 See for example “Russian-led Coalition Heading for ‘Stunning Victory’ in Syria,” Sputnik News, January 31, 2016.
 Helene Cooper, “Russian Strikes in Syria Have Stabilized Assad, Top U.S. General Says,” NY Times, January 20, 2016.
 Mark Landler and Helene Cooper, “U.S. Fortifying Europe’s East to Deter Putin,” NY Times, February 1, 2016.
 Kevin Liptak, “In bid to counter Putin, Obama seeks to quadruple military spending in Europe,” CNN, February 2, 2016; see also “Pentagon wants $582bn in 2017 budget, quadrupling of spending in Europe,” Russia Today, February 2, 2016.
 “US Media Shows Footage of Russian Airstrikes Passed Off as American,” Sputnik News, November 21, 2015.
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 new 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.