Russia is making Syria great again

New World Order agents fear these two men.

…by Jonas E. Alexis


It has been recently reported that “The Syrian Army, backed by the Russian Aerospace Forces, is advancing on the ancient city of Palmyra occupied by Daesh. The city is less than 20 kilometers away.”[1]

There is more:

“The Syrian government troops destroyed over 180 militant targets, including over 60 strongholds, 15 depots with ammunition and vehicles, 43 armored vehicles as well as jeeps with heavy machine-guns. Terrorists lost over 200 people.

“Some 805 square kilometers have been liberated from terrorists in the province of Homs. Since February 7, the Syrian Army has been controlling 22 square kilometers in the vicinity of Palmyra, and has liberated a few inhabited localities, the ministry concluded.”[2]

Keep in mind that Daesh or ISIS has been responsible for the destruction of Syria’s ancient Palmyra city relics. “The Defense Ministry of Russia has published video evidence of destruction by Daesh militants of historical architectural objects in the ancient Palmyra complex.”[3]

Now the Syrian army, with the help of Russia, is making ISIS taste its own bitter medicine. This means that the Syrian army is wounding ISIS and indeed their bosses, namely, New World Order agents and their masters in Israel and the US.

This also means that Russia, and most specifically Vladimir Putin, is politically killing New World Order agents like George Soros. It was Soros who unequivocally and forthrightly declared that “Putin is no ally against ISIS.” Last February, Soros wrote:

“The leaders of the United States and the European Union are making a grievous error in thinking that President Vladimir Putin’s Russia is a potential ally in the fight against the Islamic State. The evidence contradicts them. Putin’s current aim is to foster the EU’s disintegration, and the best way to do so is to flood the EU with Syrian refugees.”[4]

What Soros ended up saying was that it wasn’t the Israeli regime or perpetual wars that caused a flood of refugees in Europe. Vladimir Putin must be held accountable for the whole thing.

Nothing could be further from the truth. But Soros didn’t stop there. He had more interesting things to say about the Russians in Syria:

“Russian planes have been bombing the civilian population in southern Syria forcing them to flee to Jordan and Lebanon. There are now 20,000 Syrian refugees camped out in the desert awaiting admission to Jordan. A smaller number are waiting to enter Lebanon. Both groups are growing.

“Russia has also launched a large-scale air attack against civilians in northern Syria. This was followed by a ground assault by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s army against Aleppo, a city that used to have 2 million inhabitants. The barrel bombs caused 70,000 civilians to flee to Turkey; the ground offensive could uproot many more.[5]

If that is not stupid, then nothing is. Russia “has launched a large-scale attack against civilians in northern Syria”? Does Soros mean to tell us that the so-called rebels are civilians? If yes, then we have a problem here. If no, then who are those civilians? Does he really mean to tell us that Russia is so stupid that they would launch a deliberate attack on civilians? Wouldn’t that weaken their plan in their region? How absurd can it get?

You see, the only way that Soros could posit perverse claims like this because he is living in an amoral universe, as he himself admitted. In that sense, he has a kindred spirit with people like John McCain and the Neoconservatives, who also wanted to demonize Russia by whatever means necessary. That is one reason why Soros ended his article by saying,

“The threat emanating from Putin’s Russia will be difficult to counter. Failure to recognize it will make the task even more difficult.”

As Jim W. Dean usually says, you can’t make this stuff up. Dean also was up to something when he said that Soros is the guy “who refuses to die and join his victim.” My dear friend Mark Dankof has also said that people like Soros are “Communist revolutionaries terrorizing people on the streets of America.”

Soros has been involved in destabilizing one country after another for years. That includes Russia and Yugoslavia. He was kicked out of Russia for his covert activity. Now he obviously wants revenge.

Obviously he isn’t getting it, since Russia is politically making Syria great again by obliterating the last vestige of ISIS in the region. By doing that, Russia and Syria are also making Neocon puppets like John McCain look bad. McCain got spanked by a Syrian lady whose cousin had died in the war by the so-called rebels that McCain was supporting. He sure didn’t like that:

[1] “Russia-Backed Syrian Army Advancing on Daesh-Held Palmyra, Less Than 20Km Left,” Sputnik News, February 13, 2017.

[2] Ibid.

[3] “Russia Releases Drone Footage Showing Palmyra Destruction by Daesh (VIDEO),” Sputnik News, February 13, 2017.

[4] George Soros, “Putin Is No Ally Against ISIS,” Project-Syndicate, February 10, 2016.

[5] Ibid.

Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He is currently working on a book tentatively titled, Kevin MacDonald’s Abject Failure: A Philosophical and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and White Identity. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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