…by Jonas E. Alexis
Why is Russia always on the news? Why have New World Order agents in the United States incessantly targeted Russia? Why is Russia the new villain on the block?
Simple. NWO agents have distinguished themselves by their refusal to accept practical reason in the political landscape. In that sense, any nation that seeks to abide by the political order has be targeted. For example,
“The United States on Sunday made its strongest accusation to date of Moscow’s complicity in civilian deaths in Syria’s besieged eastern Ghouta region, saying Russian aircraft flew bombing missions in defiance of a United Nations ceasefire.
“The White House said Russian military aircraft took off from Humaymim Airfield in Syria and carried out at least 20 daily bombing missions in Damascus and eastern Ghouta between Feb. 24 and Feb. 28.”
US officials obviously give the impression that they do care about civilian deaths in Syria. But do they really care about precious lives in the region? If the answer is yes, then why haven’t they put Jewish Neocons like Daniel Pipes on trial for fleshing out an essentially diabolical plan in Syria?
Keep in mind that it was Pipes who declared unequivocally that “Western governments should respond by helping the rebels to prevent Assad from crushing them.” Pipes moved on to expand and expound on his essentially Talmudic thesis this way:
“The West should prevent either side in the civil war from emerging victorious by helping whichever side is losing, so as to prolong their conflict.’”
If you did not catch that wicked and diabolical ideology, here is the translation: Let Assad and the Syrian terrorists fight until they destroy each other. Let them fight until blood flows from all over Syria.
It doesn’t matter how long it takes or how much it would cost America and the Middle East, the West should give his last drop of blood to support that plan. Let mothers and decent civilians weep and mourn for their children and love ones.
The question is this: Did Pipes know that he was essentially proposing something that was inexorably diabolical? Yes. Listen very carefully:
“This policy recommendation of ‘helping whichever side is losing’ sounds odd, I admit, but it is strategic.”
Here Pipes’ conscience was telling him that the plan was wicked, but he seemed to have suppressed his moral and practical reasoning and replaced it with Talmudic mores.
There is more. Pipes believes that Syrian refugees—people whose livelihood has been literally destroyed by the so-called Syrian conflict—“should be allowed and encouraged to remain within their own cultural zone, where they most readily fit in, can best stay true to their traditions, least disrupt the host society, and from whence they might most easily return home.”
What Daniel Pipes indirectly ended up saying was that not only Assad and the Syrian terrorists have to be sent to the new gulag in Syria, but decent refugees have to follow the same fate. Keep in mind that in Syria, more than half of the hospitals were either destroyed or damaged. So the probability of civilians dying in the region was quite high when Pipes made his statement.
Put simply, Pipes was trying to simultaneously and effortlessly kill four birds (Assad, the Syrian terrorists, the Syrian civilians, and the small minority of Christians) with one Zionist/Talmudic stone. Of course, to accomplish such a feat, Pipes could not do it alone. He had to get the United States to do the dirty work.
Putin, of course, is not blind. He has been watching the Neocons in action for quite a while. As William Pfaff of the Chicago Tribune himself acknowledge in 2015:
“President Vladimir Putin of Russia found himself engaged in what seemed a simple defensive battle against American intervention in Ukraine. He is now under siege by the U.S. and NATO.
“The Western powers promoted the advancing ‘color revolutions’ in states neighboring Russia, culminating in the coup in Ukraine and the small war that followed. Events did not go as the State Department and NATO planned, and now they are looking for revenge.
“Against him stands the American foe. The energy behind the coup in Ukraine and the proposals to deploy Western arms there and relaunch the crisis is generally, and I think correctly, recognized as the work of the neoconservative alliance in Washington to which President Obama seems to have sub-leased his European policy.
“This group includes the European affairs office in the State Department, senior Defense Department and NATO officials, certain Washington think tanks and elements in the national press.”
In short, Putin does know that the Neocons are dangerous. In fact, he agreed with Oliver Stone on that very point. He also knows that the Neocon ideology is driving US foreign policy. So when he told US officials to “come back to earth,” he was implicitly attacking the Neoconservatives as well—the very people who never cease to drink the blood of innocent civilians in the Middle East. These people do not want to abide by international law at all. In fact, Neocon marionette John Bolton unambiguously declared:
“It is a big mistake for us to grant any validity to international law…because over the long term, the goal of those who think that it really means anything are those who want to constrict the United States.”
Bolton obviously knows that international law and perpetual wars are or should be two mutually exclusive realms. He knows that if perpetual wars exist, then international law must be suppressed; conversely, if international law rules, then perpetual wars must be thrown out. Bolton proved that point very clearly by writing an article in the New York Times entitled, “To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran.”
Putin again was right on target when he said that US officials need to ‘come back to earth.” These people have been living in a contradictory/diabolical world for far too long. It is time for them to wake up.
-  They provide no serious evidence showing that Russia is to blame for the attack.
-  Daniel Pipes, “Support the Syrian Rebels?,” National Review, May 12, 2013.
-  Ibid.
-  Daniel Pipes, “Let Refugees Remain in Their Own Culture,” Washington Times, September 24, 2013.
-  Ruth Sherlock, “Syria: More Than Half of Hospitals Destroyed or Damaged,” Telegraph, September 16, 2013.
-  William Pfaff, “Vladimir Putin and the neoconservatives,” Chicago Tribune, March 31, 2015.
-  Quoted in Jon Basil Utley, “Trump and the Neoconservatives,” American Conservatives, November 13, 2016.
-  John Bolton, “To Stop Iran’s Bomb, Bomb Iran,” NY Times, March 26, 2015.