…by Jonas E. Alexis
We are living in a crazy world—a world in which New World Order agents want to make logic and reason a relic of the past. NWO agents seem to believe that no one has the ability to see things the way they really are. Therefore they try to use some of the dumbest ideas ever and expect the masses to swallow them look, line, and sinker.
I remember I made one logical error in a philosophy paper during my junior year in college, and I was rightly chastised by my lovely professor for that egregious mistake. In fact, I ended up having an average grade on that paper because the professor thought that a student of philosophy should have noticed that error at the outset. After that event, I tried to be as careful as I could because I knew the consequences of screwing up.
So if you were trained in logic and evidential foundations, then the New World Order ideology will stun you. Really. You will almost certainly think that you are dealing with children who cannot distinguish right from left in elementary logic. You will also quickly realize that people who were supposedly trained in some of the most prestigious institutions in the Western world simply cannot string two coherent thoughts together. And this is really sad because those people spent thousands upon thousands of dollars to be duped by a wicked ideology. What are we talking about?
Trump has recently congratulated Putin for winning the Russian election, and it’s been reported that he previously received notes from his national security advisers “not to congratulate” Putin. The same advisers told him to hold the Kremlin personally responsible for the death of the Russian double agent and his daughter.
Trump, we are told, ignored his advisers and sent the congratulation note anyway. As Russia Today has put it, “all hell broke loose.” Why? Well, New World Order agents think that this is a sign that Russiagate is real.
The inescapable fact is that different countries and people of various stripes have congratulated Putin, but if Trump even remotely sent a “congratulation” note to the Kremlin, this somehow proves that something is going on! Listen to this:
“Both Trump and Kim Jong Un have now congratulated Putin on his election win.”—Zachary Cohen of CNN
So what, Cohen? Should we then draw the conclusion that Russia actually hacked the U.S. election based on this dubious statement? How stupid can we be? Does Cohen really think that this statement will pass scrutiny?
But political whores and prostitutes have more interesting things to say:
“Trump ‘congratulated’ Putin on his electoral victory just days after the UK concluded that Russian intelligence tried to murder two people and hospitalized a policeman with the use of a weapon of mass destruction on British soil.” Adam Rawnsley of the Daily Beast
“An American president does not lead the Free World by congratulating dictators on winning sham elections. And by doing so with Vladimir Putin, President Trump insulted every Russian citizen who was denied the right to vote in a free and fair election.” John McCain
Wasn’t “A nonprofit with ties to Senator John McCain received a $1 million donation from the government of Saudi Arabia in 2014”? Hasn’t Saudi Arabia killed thousands upon thousands of innocent men, women and children in Yemen? Here is what Paul R. Pillar, the 28-year veteran of the CIA, has recently said:
“Saudi Arabia’s U.S.-backed military campaign in Yemen, now almost three years old, not only drives the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, but also deepens the terrorist threat to the United States.
“After more than 1,000 days of war, 22 million Yemenis—more than the population of Florida—need international aid, with over a third of those on the verge of starvation. The worst cholera outbreak in modern history has infected more than one million in just nine months, and on average five children are killed or injured each day from fighting, shortages, or disease.
“After a year of U.S. support for Saudi Arabia—including arms sales, refueling Saudi aircraft, and intelligence-sharing—the Trump Administration finally has begun to question the direction the conflict is headed.”
So who is McCain really fooling? Does he actually think that supporting terrorist cells in Syria is more politically satisfying than sending a congratulation note to Putin? How about calling the Syrian rebels/terrorists “brave fighters”?
Those terrorists, tweeted McCain, “are risking their lives for freedom and need our help.” Even the CATO Institute, of all places, suggested that McCain could be accused of giving a license to hard-core terrorists in Syria.
So McCain and other political prostitutes and whores are really out of their depth here. In fact, no political prostitute has said a damn thing about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s recent visit to Washington. Trump even “showcases weapons US sold to Yemen-bombing Saudi Prince“!
That is all right because New World Order agents don’t give a damn about millions upon millions of Yemenis who are being decimated by the Saudis. But they all think that it is an unpardonable sin to send a congratulation note to the Kremlin.
-  Alan Dershowitz and Daniel Jonah Goldhagen come to mind.
-  David Nakamura, “Trump reportedly received note saying ‘do not congratulate’ Putin – which he ignored,” Independent, March 20, 2018.
-  “Shock horror! Trump congratulates Putin on election victory and media goes nuts,” Russia Today, March 20, 2018.
-  Bill Allison, “McCain-Linked Nonprofit Received $1 Million From Saudi Arabia,” Bloomberg, March 31, 2016.
-  Paul R. Pillar, “The Saudi War In Yemen Is Deepening The Terrorist Threat To The U.S.,” Newsweek, March 20, 2018.
-  Doug Bandow, “Did John McCain Provide Material Support for Syrian Terrorists?,” CATO Institute, May 31, 2013.
-  Juan Cole, “The Saudi Crown Prince Auditions for Trump as ‘Policeman of the Middle East,’” The Nation, March 21, 2018.
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.