…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you don’t think that the Zionist media and New World Order agents believe in conspiracy theory, think again. The New York Times, the Washington Post, and the National Public Radio already believe that Mikhail Y. Lesin’s death was conspiratorial. They all take it for granted that Kremlin is probably behind this act.
Rigorous evidence? No. As Jim W. Dean has already pointed out,
“Washington police are handling the case quietly… with no press reports on hotel witnesses, or how the body was discovered, etc… the usual in a sensitive death like this.”
All we know is that Lesin died and that no serious evidence has been put forward yet. But the New York Times and other news outlets have already been propounded indirectly that Putin must be an accomplice!
As we all know, NWO agents do not have to provide evidence for their spurious notions. All they have to do is repeat a mantra over and over in the media and people will begin to believe it.
As Chris Hedges said two years ago, these people and their “media institutions have a vested interest in perpetuating” bold lies as facts. Hedges continued:
“That’s not a new phenomenon, it’s not even particularly unique to the US, but the more intense the conflict becomes, the more you have power vested in perpetuating that narrative.”
Remember how they convinced political slut Sarah Palin into believing that Ahmadinejad wanted to wipe Israel off the map? Remember how this mantra turned out to be a colossal hoax? Remember how they propounded over and over that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction? Remember how they declared ad nauseam that the Assad government is a terrorist regime and had used chemical weapons on his own citizens? Remember how they wanted to use that bold lie to invade Syria?
Well, John Kerry has said that he really “got fu$ked over” when he learned that Obama would not strike Syria. Strange, isn’t it? Why would a person get “fu$ked over” when the President of the United States decided not to slaughter people and massacre and plunder a country on a false pretense? Obviously Kerry wanted blood all over Syria. Obviously he wanted Assad’s head on a silver platter. Obviously he would have been happy if Syria turned out to be another Libya.
If Obama is right, that Vladimir Putin is “scrupulously polite” and “very frank,” then shouldn’t the media make a genuine effort to ask the man about what happened to Leslin as opposed propounding one conspiracy theory after another? In fact, Russia has repeatedly made several requests to Washington on this very issue, but Washington remained silent.
“William Jones, the Washington Bureau Chief for the Executive Intelligence Review, told RT that the Western media would inevitably exploit the former Russian minister’s death to try and implicate Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government, which he believes is a ‘false lead…’
“‘The media, of course, is going out after the Russian government, going after Vladimir Putin. This is their favorite target, this is the obvious thing that they would do and this is probably a false lead in terms of what actually happened to Mr. Lesin,’ Jones said.”
What we are seeing again and again is that New World Order agents are really afraid of contacting Putin and having a frank dialogue with him because they know that Putin will literally destroy their political defenses. Putin would certainly ask them why they are still sleeping with terrorist Erdogan. The Washington Post itself has declared that Erdorgan “must reform or resign,” but the Post never asked the United States to bomb the terrorist regime, which has been supported ISIS from its inception.
Putin would also ask the regime about what they have done in Libya. Even Newsweek is now saying that “ISIS is the real winner in Libya,” an implicit admission which basically says that Putin was right all along about the New World Order: its principle is based on Satanism, which is a metaphysical rejection of the political order and practical reason.
 Nicholas Fandos and Steven Lee Myers, “Mystery Deepens Over Death of Former Putin Ally Mikhail Lesin,” NY Times, March 10, 2016; Michael Birnbaum, “New twist in D.C. death of a former Putin aide fuels Moscow conspiracy theories,” Washington Post, March 11, 2016; Bill Chappell, “Former Putin Aide Died Of ‘Blunt Force Injuries’ In D.C., Medical Report Says,” National Public Radio, March 11, 2016.
 “Pulitzer Prize – winner Chris Hedges: Using fake evidence is usual Washington tactic,” Russia Today, April 28, 2014.
 Ryan Browne, “Obama: My take on Putin, Netanyahu, ISIS,” CNN, March 11, 2016.
 “‘Blunt injuries’ killed Russian media tycoon Lesin in Washington, DC – forensic data,” Russia Today, March 11, 2016.
 Mort Abramowitz and Eric Edelman, “Turkey’s Erdogan must reform or resign,” Washington Post, March 10, 2016.
 Jack Moore and Amir Kamel, “ISIS Is the Real Winner in Syria,” Newsweek, March 11, 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 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.