…by Jonas E. Alexis
Ladies and gentlemen, Sarah Palin seemed to have had a change of heart—at least for a while. Palin has recently said:
“It really makes me nervous that there seems to be some enthusiasm for the U.S. to interject ourselves again in a foreign country’s battles when no one has articulated yet what our interest is there. We should have learned our lesson with Iraq and Afghanistan.”
“I look at it as the blood, the sweat, the toil that has been spent on our end when you can’t really see what the gain is in a lot of respects. We just can’t allow ourselves get back in that mode with Syria.”
Well, our VT editors, staff and writers would universally agree with you here, Mrs. Palin. In fact, we have been saying the same thing since the beginning of the so-called Syrian war. In fact, you are a little late in the ideological war here. We have presented one evidence after another showing that both the Israeli regime and the United States have incessantly cooked up charges in order attack Syria.
The Israeli regime, as the Wall Street Journal itself pointed out last year, even allied with terrorist cells in the region in order to destabilize the country. So, welcome to Veterans Today! And unlike the New York Times and other Zionist outlets, it is free of charge.
Palin again said:
“I hate to say it, but a lot of the talk that’s enthusiastic about war, unfortunately, comes from people with strong ties to defense contractors and have strong ties to those who ultimately can make money on the operations. So often you got to follow the money and that leads you to what the root is of some of these arguments.”
So, Mrs. Palin, doesn’t that imply that you had strong ties to defense contractors and to people “who ultimately can make money on the operations” when you once advised that Obama bomb Iran? Does that mean that you were in cahoots with Jewish Neocon like Daniel Pipes? As Mother Jones itself put it, were you a “Neocon pawn,” Mrs. Palin?
In any event, Palin is now articulating the opposite of what the Israeli regime is perpetuating, and that is a good thing. She seems to have gotten her wake-up call. We hope that Trump listens to her for once and get out of Syria.
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 Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.