…by Jonas E. Alexis
A Turkish woman who identified herself as a poet wrote to me last October to complain that her beloved president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, was not aiding and abetting terrorist. When I pointed out that the evidence showing that Erdogan is guilty as charged is an embarrassment to riches, she responded by saying that Assad deserves to go because he “has killed more than 300,000 people…”
I told her to do a little research on some of these issues, to which she responded: “I will not because I am sure [Erdogan doesn’t support the Syrian rebels]. But you should!”
I really had a good laugh over this because the lady contacted me and to tell me to listen to her opinion, but she was not willing to do just a little research. My last response was: “And you are interested in the truth? Very good!”
No serious person now denies that Erdogan has been sleeping with terrorists. In fact, Turkish writers and intellectuals “can’t even laugh at our politicians anymore” due to reprisal. Can Dundar and Erdem Gul, journalists from Turkey’s Cumhuriyet newspaper, have already been sentenced to five years in prison because they reported last year that Erdogan and terrorism are two sides of the same coin. Even U.S. News and World Report, a Zionist outlet, has recently reported:
“Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has harsh words for Europe, saying his nation won’t reform its anti-terrorism laws for the sake of visa-free travel to Europe.”
But Erdogan and his terrorist regime have fallen on hard time because Russia seems to grab them by the balls and is castrating them in Syria.
It has been reported that Erdogan is probably not going “to launch a ground operation in Syria due to the Russian Airspace Forces there.” Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov declares:
“I do not think that anyone will decide to play dangerous games and carry out any provocations due to the fact that there are Russian Aerospace Forces stationed [in Syria].”
Lavrov moves on to say: “Our assessment is absolutely clear: the Turkish leadership has committed a crime and an error” in supporting terrorist cells and then pretending to fight terrorism.
Lavrov also implies that the West and of course Turkey do not abide by democratic principles precisely because they continue to propound their “expansionist ideology” at the expense of the majority of people on this planet. For example,
“Ankara still maintains a military presence in Iraq despite the express wishes of the Iraqi government, which never authorized Turkish forces to enter and has repeatedly demanded that they leave.”
There is more: “Turkey had violated Greek airspace 1,800 times last year, while NATO remained tight-lipped.” Lavrov concludes: “This kind of explicitly expansionist behavior can’t lead to anything good.”
Lavrov is right. And this just shows that NWO agents and their lackeys have never been in the business of fighting terrorism and spreading democracy. If that were the case, then NWO agents would be going to war against countries like Saudi Arabia.
For example, Frank G. Wisner is former ambassador to Zambia, Egypt, the Philippines and India, and served as Under Secretary of Defense for Policy and as Under Secretary of State for International Security Affairs. Wisner knows very well that Saudi Arabia “has fueled the growth of violent extremist organizations around the world.” Wisner also knows that
“human-rights groups have long argued that Saudi Arabia fails to adhere to international standards of conduct; its military intervention in Yemen has only sharpened this criticism. And most recently, new demands to release information connected to the attacks of September 11, 2001, have revived debate about official Saudi involvement in those tragic events.”
But how does Wisner respond to all the evidence against Saudi Arabia? Listen to him:
“But to launch reckless attacks against a nation that has been a steadfast friend of the United States since its founding seventy years ago is to imperil our own security—and our own standing in the world.”
The plot thickens: as long as a terrorist state supports the New World Order agenda, then it is all right. Saddam Hussein was not involved in 9/11, but we went ahead and decimated Iraq anyway. Saudi Arabia is involved in 9/11, but we still have to treat the regime as an ally. We obviously have a diabolical situation here.
Wisner moves on to contradict himself by saying that Saudi Arabia “is an essential partner in our global counterterrorism effort; on more than one occasion, Saudi intelligence has enabled us to thwart terrorist attacks designed to kill American citizens in large numbers.”
Does this joker really want us to believe that 9/11 was just a simple mistake on the part of the Saudis? How is this guy going to convince the American people that the country that was involved in 9/11 should really be considered as a friend? And why did we slaughter and maim innocent people in Iraq and literally destroy the country? The Associated Press itself has recently declared:
“This is what victory looks like in the Iraqi city of Ramadi: In the once thriving Haji Ziad Square, not a single structure still stands. Turning in every direction yields a picture of devastation.
“A building that housed a pool hall and ice cream shops – reduced to rubble. A row of money changers and motorcycle repair garages – obliterated, a giant bomb crater in its place.
“The square’s Haji Ziad Restaurant, beloved for years by Ramadi residents for its grilled meats – flattened. The restaurant was so popular its owner built a larger, fancier branch across the street three years ago. That, too, is now a pile of concrete and twisted iron rods.
“The destruction extends to nearly every part of Ramadi, once home to 1 million people and now virtually empty. A giant highway cloverleaf at the main entrance to the city is partially toppled.
“Apartment block after apartment block has been crushed. Along a residential street, the walls of homes have been shredded away, exposing furniture and bedding. Graffiti on the few homes still standing warn of explosives inside.”
This is actually the freedom that the Neoconservatives were talking about way back in 2002 and 2003.
In any event, it is quite obvious that people are rising up against this New World Order agenda. Russians in particular do not believe that Putin is a Hitler. In fact, “Over 80 percent of Russians approve of the work of their president, and the number of Vladimir Putin supporters is high even among members of opposition parties.”
One would think that after NWO agents spent years of political manipulation and psychological warfare against Putin, the population would eventually rise up and overthrow the man. In fact, over thirty anti-Putin books have been written in the past five years alone!
Yet Putin is alive and well and is still telling NWO agents that he is just warming up. What has infuriated NWO agents even more is that Asian countries like Japan seem to be waking up as well. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is planning to meet with Putin in order to discuss economic exchange.
Jonathan Berkshire Miller and Aiko Shimizu of the Nikkei Asian Review declare: “Japan could benefit greatly from a comprehensive renewal of ties with Russia.” That would be the death knell of the New World Order. If a country like Russia can stop a diabolical process in Syria, imagine if Japan steps into the plate.
You are welcome to believe that Putin is part of the New World Order, but you are not free to say that he has not been destroying the New World Order in Syria. In other words, you would have to show why Putin is resisting the essentially Talmudic plan in Syria and still be a part of the New World Order. That is a contradiction. You would also have to prove that Putin’s war against the oligarchs in Russia is just a show. Putin even compares some of those people to “cockroaches.”
So, before you lump Putin with the New World Order, make sure you have rigorous evidence to support your claim, otherwise you are going to look like a mindless and tasteless comedian who does not even know what a contradiction is.
 “Turkish ground op in Syria unlikely due to presence of Russian air force – Lavrov,” Russia Today, May 5, 2016.
 Frank G. Wisner, “America Still Needs Saudi Arabia,” National Interest, May 5, 2016.
 “Putin continues to ride high in popularity polls, latest research shows,” Russia Today, May 5, 2016.
 Alternative media has played a major role in deconstructing the lies and fabrications against Putin. VT in particular has been on the front line neutralizing those lies and fabrications. For example, when the so-called Panama Papers came out, it was Gordon Duff who first argued that they were a scam most likely perpetrated by Mossad agents in Israel.
 “Japan’s Prime Minister Invites Putin to Tokyo Despite Washington’s Fury,” Sputnik News, May 5, 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, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.