…by Jonas E. Alexis
Whenever a New World Order puppet or agent starts talking about serious matters, you have to read between the lines in order to get the substance of what he or she is saying and take it to its logical conclusion. What you will find is that that particular agent will end up saying weird things, crazy things, and sometimes dumb things.
We all know that the Assad, with the help of Russia and Iran, has recently liberated the city of Aleppo. We know that the civilians in that city are happy and were even dancing on the streets, thanking Assad for his performance and for getting rid of terrorist cells in area. But how again do New World Order agents respond? Do they frame their statements within the bound of logic and reason?
Well, let’s bring in US Ambassador Samantha Power. She said of Iran, Assad and Russia:
“To the Assad regime, Russia, and Iran, your forces and proxies are carrying out these crimes. Your barrel bombs and mortars and airstrikes have allowed the militia in Aleppo to encircle tens of thousands of civilians in your ever-tightening noose. It is your noose.
“Three Member States of the UN contributing to a noose around civilians. It should shame you. Instead, by all appearances, it is emboldening you. You are plotting your next assault. Are you truly incapable of shame? Is there literally nothing that can shame you? Is there no act of barbarism against civilians, no execution of a child that gets under your skin, that just creeps you out a little bit? Is there nothing you will not lie about or justify?”
It just gets really dumb here. Powers is condemning Russia for the crimes that the US and other puppets of the Israeli regime have initiated in the first place! If you think that that doesn’t make sense to you, then I suggest you call Powers and demand and explanation.
Obviously Powers didn’t want to talk about the crimes that the so-called rebels have been committing in the region. Obviously she didn’t want to mention that Amnesty International and the UN themselves condemned the rebels for their crimes.
Powers is obviously powerless when it comes to logic and reason. She is a classic representation of a New World Order agent. It is not that she doesn’t know how to think. She has been duped into a system which does not allow her to have a clear thought in her head. That’s why her relentless assessment on Syria doesn’t make sense.
Powers is the wife of Jewish Neocon Cass Sustein, a Harvard legal scholar who stepped forward to support George W. Bush’s military commission without Congressional approval. Sustein repeated that silly argument when the US was getting involved in the Syrian war. He stated back in 2013:
“President Obama’s claim of authority to act unilaterally is reasonable, certainly if any military action would be short-lived.”
It is only “reasonable” because the goal and purpose of an invasion in Syria was primarily initiated by the Israeli regime, which never ceases to drink the blood of innocent civilians all over the Middle East. If the Goyim are just “donkeys,” as the late rabbi Ovadiah Yosef made clear, then slaughtering, pillaging and massacring men, women and children are a small price to pay.
 Ben Norton, “U.S.-backed Syrian rebels committing war crimes, torture, abductions; imposing harsh Sharia law: Report,” Salon, July 12, 2016.
 Syrian rebels may have committed war crimes in Aleppo – Amnesty,” Russia Today, May 13, 2016; “Syrian rebels’ Aleppo offensive could amount to war crimes, UN envoy warns,” Guardian, October 21, 2016.
 George Fletcher, “The Military Tribunal Debate,” American Prospect, March 2, 2002.
 Cass Sustein, “Can Obama Strike Syria on His Own?,” Bloomberg, September 3, 2013.
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.