…by Jonas E. Alexis
John Kerry didn’t help the New World Order agenda when he has recently conceded that “third element of the opposition [Syrian rebels/terrorists] threatened people who were going to leave and have in some cases prevented humanitarian assistance from being delivered. That is a very serious offense also.”
This isn’t really new at all. But it is interesting to see that Kerry and others continue to blame Russia and Assad for the crisis in Syria when in fact Kerry and other NWO agents know very well that they are the main reason why civilians are being slaughtered and displaced in the region.
This is also why Asian leaders watching this debacle are appalled at how NWO agents have managed to get away with essentially diabolical plans in the Middle East.
As we have seen in the past, this is one reason why Rodrigo Duterte is basically saying goodbye to the New World Order. Duterte, according to Roland Simbulan of the University of the Philippines in Manila,
“is strongly critical of the Western imperialism in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and of course in his country… He is outraged by how the West is treating refugees from the countries it destabilized in the Middle East. He is offering to accept them, to welcome them in the Philippines.”
Simbulan supports Duterte because Duterte seems to have some political backbone. “I evaluate Duterte positively. Duterte’s anti-imperialist policy goes beyond rhetoric; it is real and persistent. Even as mayor of Davao, he banned all US–Philippine military exercises there. The US tried to negotiate; they offered plenty of money. They wanted to build a huge drone base in Mindanao, but Duterte refused, resolutely. His track record shows: if there are irreconcilable differences, he’ll always side with the left.”
As soon as Duterte began to take drastic measures to stop the New World Order ideology in the Philippines, NWO agents, of course, vowed to kill him. “After Mayor Duterte announced in 2003 that no US military exercises would be allowed in his city, Davao was bombed twice: one bomb exploded at the airport, another at the pier.”
Duterte is now putting the fear of God in the hearts of the criminal underground in the Philippines, and Filipinos like him. Eduardo Tadem, an academic, declared that “The crime rate used to be horrible: killings, kidnapping, petty crime. People are fed-up with the crime. They’d support any action to stop it.”
New World Order agents blame Duterte for thousands upon thousands of killings over the past six months, but the evidence suggests that the crime rate has plummeted in the Philippines largely because the criminal minds cannot do whatever they want anymore. Moreover, some of the killings weren’t done by the Duterte government at all. Luzviminda Ilagan, a former member of Congress and country’s leading feminist, declared that
“If we talk about extra-judicial killings, then we have to prove that the authorities are really ordering them. Duterte came with the names: among them some top military and police generals! Now many are being killed.
“But the international HRs organizations are totally misinterpreting Duterte’s role in all this. Another thing is: the number of people killed in this country is actually decreasing.
“Before, under Aquino, those murdered were mainly poor farmers, indigenous people, and urban poor; people fighting for their basic human rights. Under Gloria Arroyo, the foreign mining companies were even given permission to kill protesters. All this is over now.”
You just can’t trust New World Order agents when they start talking about serious matters. If they say that it is raining outside, you need to stick your head out and check to see if it is true. They lied about Iraq; they lied about Afghanistan; they lied about Libya; they lied about Syria; and now they think they can continue to lie about Duterte.
Obviously NWO agents aren’t making any sense at all, and leaders in countries like Russia are laughing at them.
 Andre Vltchek, “Tough-talking Philippine President Duterte – fighting for his life & his country,” Russia Today, December 7, 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.