…by Jonas E. Alexis
You may want to grab your munchies and sit down for a while before you read this. The Zionist Media and their marionettes are now saying that Vladimir Putin is using the terrorist incident to spread his political wings in Russia and elsewhere. Take it from Newsweek:
“Many of the acts of terror conducted under Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has led the country as president or prime minister since 2000, were apparently intended to further separatist or Islamist militant agendas and Putin has often responded to such incidents by expanding the powers of the presidency and the capabilities of intelligence services.”
CJ Werleman of the Middle East Eye came to similar conclusions: “It wouldn’t be beyond Putin to carry out the St Petersburg terrorist attack. Declining popularity, rising opposition. And he’s a thug!”
Jewish writer Garry Kasparov has said that “Once again ‘unknown terrorists’ perfectly timed to serve Putin’s political agenda. Forget protests, back to fear.” Kasparov has been positing nonsense for a long time, and we have reviewed some of his crazy assertions in other articles. For him, Vladimir Putin is the modern reincarnation of Adolf Hitler.
We can ignore Kasparov here. But let us take the crazy assertion that Putin is using the terrorist attack to expand his political worldview. Don’t the Zionist Media and their puppets tell us ad nauseam that they do not believe in conspiracy theory? Why are they appealing to conspiracy theory to buttress their agenda?
Moreover, if we take the assertion a little more seriously and flip it upside down, then that means that the Zionist Media did indeed use terrorist attacks such as 9/11 to further the essentially Zionist agenda in America and Europe!
You see, NWO agents simply cannot avoid this inexorable conclusion. But since they have metaphysically and categorically rejected the political order and practical reason, they cannot follow their own ideological weltanschauung to its logical conclusion. So sad.
 Tom O’Connor, “A Timeline of Terrorism in Russia Under President Vladimir Putin,” Newsweek, April3, 2017.
 Garry Kasparov, “Vladimir Putin and the Lessons of 1938,” Politico, March 16, 2014; “Sochi is to Putin what Berlin in 1936 was to Hitler, says Garry Kasparov,” Guardian, February 7, 2014
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.