…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you think that the Washington Post does not believe in conspiracy theory—of the sort that will drive you nuts—then think again. Just a few days ago, they published an article which purportedly was written to implant an insidious idea on the minds of their readers.
They cited a so-called “forensic pathologist” by the name of Bennet Omalu saying that both Putin and Trump probably poisoned Hillary. No kidding.
In other words, Hillary does not have pneumonia; she was poisoned by her nemesis. Instead of rejecting this dumb idea out of hand, the Post moved on to advance the claim that Putin is probably guilty as charged, since he was accused of poisoning Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB operative.
But what was Omalu’s rigorous evidence that Hillary was probably poisoned by Putin and Trump? Get this, ladies and gentlemen:
“I do not trust Mr. Putin and Mr. Trump. With those two all things are possible.”
Read the statement carefully again and you would probably come to the conclusion that Omalu is living in an imaginary world–a world in which reason plays no role whatsoever.
How could he not see that his assertion is an illogical leap which can be turned around and chased him? If Ben Carson does not trust Hillary, would that be evidence enough to conclude that she is not fit for the president of the United States? How stupid can it get?
What is even more amazing is that the Washington Post was not cautious enough about publishing this crazy idea. They left readers with the impression that this conspiracy theory is plausible. As one writer puts it, Omalu saw Hillary only on TV, and “so he’s about as qualified to have an opinion as any other person on the globe.”
But the Washington Post had to take Omalu seriously because the New World Order and its agents are willing to move heaven and earth in order to ideologically destabilize Russia and Vladimir Putin. As my dear friend Mark Dankof has recently put it in an interview with Press TV, the Washington Post and other Zionist outlets aren’t really concerned about our own government heralding “the destruction of civil liberties, invading other people’s countries, and destroying the economy.” They are concerned about Vladimir Putin, who has destroyed their ideological weltanschauung and changed the political landscape in Syria.
This is why the Zionist media and their marionettes have quickly and uncritically gravitated toward crazy statements by people like Omalu:
“It’s interesting to observe how the propaganda machine feeds on its own work. First the regime media poisons the minds of the likes of Dr. Omalu with idiotic nonsense. And after the Dr. Omalus of the world say outlandish things, as the brainwashed dopes that they are, the same propaganda machine picks up their paranoid ramblings and lends them credence by treating them seriously — to absurd results.”
 Cindy Boren, “The man who discovered CTE thinks Hillary Clinton may have been poisoned,” Washington Post, September 12, 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.