…by Jonas E. Alexis
Jim W. Dean has recently said that “All the public attempts to demonize Russia as an impending threat is believed by no one with a lick of sense. Even the world cab drivers know the US is creating chaos to take advantage of it. We see this even now with the US groups in Syria that are violating the ceasefire.”
Dean is right on target again. He moves on to make the case that even if we grant the vacuous premise that Russia has hacked Hillary’s emails, so what? Doesn’t the United States hack virtually every entity on the planet? Didn’t Snowden put the United States to shame when he revealed that New World Order agents were snooping on virtually every single American?
Didn’t both the US and Israel hack “the Iranian nuclear plant with the Stuxnet virus, which claimed not only a lot of worldwide victims, but could have caused a major nuclear contamination disaster for a country we now know did not have a nuclear weapons programs”?
Hasn’t the Times of Israel recently reported that “iPhone spyware spotlights Israel’s secretive surveillance industry”? How about Israel planning to “’Spy on the Middle East, Russia and China’ With US-Funded Satellite”?
As Russia Today points out, shouldn’t Israel “face the same treatment as Iran and North Korea – both of which have been sanctioned for alleged or actual violations of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty”?
Moreover, why don’t NWO agents want to really talk about Colin Powell’s recent leak, which declares that Israel has at least 200 hundred nuclear warheads pointing at Iran? Why don’t they want to discuss Powell’s own assessment of Hillary and Bill in a rational manner?
Powell said of Hillary: “A 70-year person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational, with a husband still d–kng bimbos at home.” Instead of responding to Powell’s devastating statement, Hillary blamed Russia for the whole debacle! Here is Hillary at her best:
“What I think is really important about these emails is the chilling fact is that the Russians are continuing to interfere with our elections. I have to say, I’m increasingly concerned about Donald Trump’s alarming closeness with the Kremlin over the course of this campaign.
“It’s deeply concerning and there’s a lot that Trump should answer for. Because these attempts by Russia to interfere in the election go hand in hand with his closeness to the Kremlin and his flattery of Putin.”
She’s got to be kidding. Russia didn’t coerce Powell to write the damning statement, but again Russia has to be the main villain because it poses a serious threat to the New World Order agenda, which we all know has produced nothing but chaos in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Did Hillary ever get the moral and intellectual courage to respond to Powell’s statement in a rational manner? Why didn’t she say that Powell was lying and that the email was an invention of his imagination? Why didn’t she even make an attempt to solve that side of the political calculus? Well, let us hear from the presidential candidate again:
“I have a great deal of respect for Colin Powell. And I have a lot of sympathy for anyone whose emails become public. I’m not going to start discussing someone’s private emails. I’ve already spent a lot of time talking about mine, as you know.”
This is nothing short of preposterous. It also shows that Hillary’s moral and intellectual power as a lawyer is waning. Her silence about the central question means that she did get into heavy and secret conversations with Powell.
And if Hillary cannot provide a reasoned response to this simple issue, how can we really trust her about other important issues such as Benghazi? Putin is indeed a political intellectual, and I’m sure he is having a blast over this. I’m sure he is secretly saying, “Nah, Hillary ain’t worth my time.”
But things get even better. “The CIA, the NSA and other intelligence services and assets” have recently made a fool of themselves by launching a covert operation which basically purports to show that Russia is a terrorist state:
“According to the paper’s sources, while terror remains a major concern for US intelligence, Russia, for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union, has again become a top priority in the eyes of the White House and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.”
Obviously Russia is not afraid of things like this, since they know that the masses and much of the world are realizing that the Zionist State of America and Israel, not Russia, are the elephants in the room. For example, President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has recently told NWO agents to drop dead and is planning to make a deal with Russia.
“After a century of living under American dominance – during which the Philippines has remained one of the poorest countries in East Asia – President Rodrigo Duterte has decided to go East. On September 13, making a policy U-turn, he ordered his defense secretary to seek military gear from Russia and China.”
Duterte doesn’t seem to be a nice guy, and we are not here defending him. He even went so far to call Obama a “son of a bitch.” But he seems to be tired of the New World Order and its diabolical ideology. He has even been praised for “plummeting crime rates,” which involve drug trafficking and police corruptions in the Philippines. But Duterte has been accused of shooting “a fellow law student for disrespecting him.”
Whether Duterte’s deeds are justified or not is something that will be vetted out in the future. Just a few weeks after he was sworn as president, he told a crowd: “If you destroy my country, I will kill you.” He was obviously talking about the drug dealers who had already created chaos in the country.
“In the aftermath of 2013’s devastating Typhoon Haiyan, the then president, Benigno Aquino III, was accused of sitting on his hands. In contrast, Duterte was not only swift to deliver aid to Tacloban, one of the worst-hit areas but personally visited the devastation, giving a tearful speech criticising local government’s inertia.
“Similarly, days after his now infamous ‘son of a whore’ comment to President Barack Obama, a bomb blast in Davao City killed 15. Within hours of the attack, photos of Duterte at the scene talking to victims were circulating on social media, again praising him for being on the ground. As indisputably dangerous as Duterte is, he is a foul-mouthed, cracking-jokes-about-shooting-people breath of fresh air the Philippines has never experienced before.”
The fact is that Duterte seems to realize that there is something wrong with the New World Order ideology, and it was probably one reason he called Obama a “son of a bitch.” Perhaps it is time for countries in the West—namely Germany, England, and even America—to switch sides as well.
Perhaps it is time for Hillary to stop demonizing Russia and start addressing the real issue. She and Donald Trump need to start telling the American people that terrorist states like Israel and Saudi Arabia ought to be challenged.
 Jean-Luc Renaudie, “iPhone spyware spotlights Israel’s secretive surveillance industry,” Times of Israel, August 29, 2016.
 “Israel to ‘Spy on the Middle East, Russia and China’ With US-Funded Satellite,” Sputnik, September 16, 2016.
 “Colin Powell admits existence of Israeli nukes, but State Dept stays silent,” Russia Today, September 16, 2016.
 Michael Biesecker, “Powell discusses secret Israeli nukes in leaked 2015 email,” Associated Press, September 17, 2016; Yaron Steinbuch, “Israel has 200 nukes pointed at Iran, according to Powell emails,” NY Post, September 16, 2016.
 Daniel Halper, Carl Campanile and Bob Fredericks, “Colin Powell: Bill Clinton ‘still d—ing bimbos (according to the NYP),’” NY Post, September 14, 2016.
 Bob Fredericks, “Clinton blames Russia, not Powell, for ‘d–king bimbos’ email,” NY Post, September 15, 2016.
 Joanna Fuertes-Knight, “Rodrigo Duterte attracts lurid headlines, but to Filipinos he’s a breath of fresh air,” Guardian, September 16, 2016.
 For recent developments, see Stephen Kinzer, “Frustrating the war lobby,” Boston Globe, September 14, 2016; Ami Pedahzur and Arie Perliger, Jewish Terrorism in Israel (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011).