…by Jonas E. Alexis
President Obama blew it again. In 2014, he underestimated Russia’s military power and said that it was only “regional.” But he has recently had a change of heart. He is now saying that Russia is actually “second-most powerful military in the world.” He moved on to say:
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said something similar last November. Russia, he said, is upsetting “American preeminence.” If Carter meant to say that Russia continues to challenge the New World Order and its agents, then the answer is yes. In fact, Putin has raised a number of fundamental issues which the Zionist State of America has yet to answer. He said:
“Well, who on earth armed [ISIS]? Who armed the Syrians that were fighting against Assad? Who created the necessary political/informational climate that facilitated the situation? Do you understand that [the Syrian rebels/terrorists] are paid money?”
NWO agents have never bothered to respond to that claim. They obviously knew that Putin would have presented serious documents to much of the world if they happened to challenge him. Remember how he caught Erdogan with his pants down?
One must still appreciate what Putin has done over the years. He is still out there making NWO agents look silly, despite the fact that they continue to attack Putin and accuse him of attacking civilians in Syria. Last year, Natasha Bertrand of Business Insider wrote in article entitled, “We just got the clearest sign yet that Russia doesn’t really care about fighting ISIS in Syria.”
Bertrand probably regretted writing that article because the evidence for Russia fighting ISIS in Syria is an embarrassment of riches. We are even told that “Vladimir Putin’s popularity in Syria is unparalleled.”
This obviously keeps NWO agents up at night because Putin has been supported by the vast majority of Syrians. This means that Syria, in a way, is a democracy because the vast majority of the population voted for Assad.
The New World Order, however, wants total chaos. They want to see blood. Not the blood of their sons and daughters, but the blood of innocent civilians in the region. As a result, they have to teeter on the edge of madness by demonizing Putin and Russia. As we all know, madness is at the heart of the New World Order.
If you doubt this claim, then consider this: why has Turkey bombed the Kurds inside Syria? Don’t they know that the Kurds have been fighting ISIS? And why has the West (and America in particular), been protecting Turkey? As Gordon Duff has recently put it, why has the Obama administration been sleeping with Turkey? Don’t they know that Turkey has been sleeping with ISIS and other gangsters?
You see, this simply does not make any sense at all. Gordon Duff rightly writes:
“Erdogan has destroyed Germany’s Merkel, whose popularity is at an all-time low. Erdogan has been very successful in the refugee war. It isn’t just the upheaval that has left the European Union in ruin. He has also filled Europe with terror cells, modeled on the Gladio model NATO had inflicted on itself during the last century in response to the Soviet threat.
“Europe is now honeycombed with weapons caches and terror cells while attempts to resist these efforts are derailed via claims of racist bigotry. This is where Erdogan was really clever. His terror armies, ISIS, the FSA, al Nusra, can round up tens of thousands of Syrians and herd them to the Turkish border.
“At will, Erdogan’s huge army trucks them to the coast and loads them onto boats, drowning some, pouring the rest into Greece, a nation he hates almost as much as he hates Russia and the Kurdish people.”
Erdogan’s policy is certainly creating chaos in the region. But we are being told by NWO agents that it is Putin who is the cause of the problem. Nothing could be further from the truth.
NWO agents still cannot confront one nagging problem: Putin has never challenged decent Americans who are just as real as decent Russians. In fact, it has been reported that Putin himself sent warnings to the Bush administrating before September 11, 2001.
Well, Ms. Rice, Putin was right about many things. He was right about Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and now Syria. If we are brutally honest, Putin is defending Europe in Syria. As French Middle East expert Roland Lombardi has pointed out,
“One must be either blind or a complete idiot not to notice that, when Russia defends its interests in the Middle East, it is simultaneously defending the interests of Europe, and particularly those of France.”
Kevin Barrett again was right:
“God bless President Putin, who is putting the fear of God into the New World Order…”
 Quoted in ‘Russia a major military’: President Obama backtracks on Moscow’s defense capabilities,” Russia Today, February 18, 2016.
 See for example Evelyn Farkas, “How We Can Defeat Putin,” Newsweek, February 20, 2016.
 Pamela Enge, “People are ‘too afraid to go to hospitals’ in Syria — and it signals Russia’s gruesome endgame in the war,” Business Insider, February 21, 2016.
 Natasha Bertrand, “We just got the clearest sign yet that Russia doesn’t really care about fighting ISIS in Syria,” Business Insider, September 11, 2015.
 “Breaking Records: Vladimir Putin’s Popularity in Syria is Unparalleled,” Sputnik News, February 22, 2016.
 “Erdogan’s Nightmare of United Kurdistan Fuels Turkey’s ‘Misguided Policies,’” Sputnik News, February 22, 2016.
 Jiri ValentaLeni and Friedman Valenta, “Why Trump Was Right About Bush’s 9/11 Record,” National Interest, February 17, 2016.
 For new developments on the disaster, see for example Joseph Hickman, The Burn Pits: The Poisoning of America’s Soldiers (New York: Hot Books, 2016).
 “‘One Must Be Blind Not to Realize That Russia is Defending Europe in Syria,’” Sputnik News, February 18, 2016.
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 Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.