…by Jonas E. Alexis
Oliver Stone once again should be commended for asking Vladimir Putin thought-provoking questions. Back in 2017, Stone asked Putin: “In a hot war is the US dominant?” Without hesitation, Putin responded: “I don’t think anyone would survive such a conflict.”
In other words, the Neocons, the war machine, ethnic cleansers in the Middle East, and probably even Donald Trump would not survive a nuclear war with Russia. That means that if Trump is even thinking about attacking Russia, then he is digging his own grave.
Politicians in the United States, said Putin, have been living in a crazy or diabolical world since the beginning of time.
In 2015, Vladimir Putin was asked by an interviewer to explain why “the countries that used to be parties to the Warsaw Treaty and today are NATO countries, such as the Baltic states and Poland, feel threatened by Russia. NATO has decided to create special forces to address these concerns. My question is whether the West is right in its determination to restrain ‘the Russian bear’, and why does Russia continue to speak in such a contentious tone?”
Putin must have been thinking, “The Lord hath delivered thee into my hands.” If you have spent time watching some of the interviews that Putin has done over the years, you know that he usually takes the premises of the New World Order by the horn and swings them back to their masters. This moves often kills those NWO agents politically and intellectually because those people, sad to say, cannot or do not want to think rationally. They deliberately abandon or dismiss practical reason and somehow expect to make sense in the political universe.
Putin has survived the New World Order onslaught because he is focused, and his distractors are not. He knows that the worldview that makes up the New World Order is philosophically incoherent and morally repugnant and worthless. He also knows that his job as a political figure is to articulate the truth in a manner that any rational person will understand, and the truth will work itself out.
So it seems that Putin finds it entertaining to put New World Order agents out of existence in the political world. He exposes them for what they really are: Satanists, people who want nothing to do with logic and reason. They are the kind of people who want to bring down the moral and political order. His response to the interviewer bears repeating here:
“US military spending is higher than that of all countries in the world taken together. The aggregate military spending of NATO countries is 10 times, note – 10 times higher than that of the Russian Federation. Russia has virtually no bases abroad.
“We have the remnants of our armed forces (since Soviet times) in Tajikistan, on the border with Afghanistan, which is an area where the terrorist threat is particularly high.
“The same role is played by our airbase in Kyrgyzstan; it is also aimed at addressing the terrorist threat and was set up at the request of the Kyrgyz authorities after a terrorist attack perpetrated by terrorists from Afghanistan on Kyrgyzstan.
“We have dismantled our bases in various regions of the world, including Cuba, Vietnam, and so on. This means that our policy in this respect is not global, offensive or aggressive. I invite you to publish the world map in your newspaper and to mark all the US military bases on it. You will see the difference.
“American submarines are on permanent alert off the Norwegian coast; they are equipped with missiles that can reach Moscow in 17 minutes. But we dismantled all of our bases in Cuba a long time ago, even the non-strategic ones. And you would call us aggressive?”
Russia has indeed a base in Syria, but it is necessary. They need to keep the United States in check there. Obviously the Neocons and the Powers That Be didn’t want to listen then. In fact, for Putin to reason with them was like talking to an ATM machine. They would usually preface their remarks by saying things like, “Vladimir Putin, the former KGB…” But was Putin right in his assessment?
You be the judge. Linda J. Bilmes of Harvard and Michael D. Intriligator of the University of California presented a paper in which they argued that
“Today US military operations are involved in scores of countries across all the five continents. The US military is the world’s largest landlord, with significant military facilities in nations around the world, and with a significant presence in Bahrain, Djibouti, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Kyrgyzstan, in addition to long-established bases in Germany, Japan, South Korea, Italy, and the UK. Some of these are vast, such as the Al Udeid Air Force Base in Qatar, the forward headquarters of the United States Central Command, which has recently been expanded to accommodate up to 10,000 troops and 120 aircraft.
“The US Central Command (CENTCOM) is active in 20 countries across the Middle Eastern region and is actively ramping-up military training, counterterrorism programs, logistical support, and funding to the military in various nations.
“At this point, the US has some kind of military presence in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, U.A.E., Uzbekistan, and Yemen.”
Tell me: has Russia been involved in “military operations across all the five continents”? Do they have military bases virtually all over the world? Serious scholars know that Putin’s political position is far more plausible than the worldview that has been propounded by the United States and NATO.
For example, military historian and academic Andrew J. Bacevich, who doesn’t even like Putin, has argued that NATO and the United States violated virtually every major agreement they made with Russia during the Cold War. Stephen F. Cohen of Princeton and New York University has been saying similar things.
In short, let us hope that Trump and the Khazarian Mafia in Washington do not even approach the language that they will come out on top if they happen to attack Russia. Let us hope that they do not follow their diabolical plan to its ultimate conclusion. As Gordon Duff has recently put it, “Trump is totally surrounded by Armageddon loving cultists and is in a state of dementia.”
One of those cultists is none other than Sheldon Adelson, who has perpetuated that the United States should have bombed Iran long ago. Negotiation or dialogue with Iran always gives Adelson some kind of headache because he wants to see blood all over Iran. “What are we going to negotiate about?” Adelson said back in 2013. He moved on to say:
“What I would say is, ‘Listen. You see that desert out there, I want to show you something.’ …You pick up your cellphone and you call somewhere in Nebraska and you say, ‘OK let it go.’ And so there’s an atomic weapon, goes over ballistic missiles, the middle of the desert, that doesn’t hurt a soul. Maybe a couple of rattlesnakes, and scorpions, or whatever. And then you say, ‘See? The next one is in the middle of Tehran.’ So, we mean business.”
The interesting thing is that Trump has been listening to Adelson since he ascended to the Zionist throne. Take it from Trump himself:
I said to Sheldon, “What do you think was bigger? … Israel and the embassy going in, and it became Jerusalem, the capital of Israel? Or the Golan Heights [recognition as Israeli territory]?” He said, “Neither.” I said, “What do you mean ‘neither,’ Sheldon?” He said, “The biggest thing you did for Israel was breaking up and terminating the horrible, one-sided, catastrophic deal that was made by President Obama.” (Applause.) Right?
I said, “I never thought of it that way, Sheldon, but I agree with you. If you want to know the truth, I agree with you.”
Trump: “We have to get the people of our country, of this country, to love Israel more. I have to tell you that. We have to do it. We have to get them to love Israel more. Because you have people that are Jewish people, that are great people — they don’t love Israel enough. You know that. You know that. (Applause.)”
Trump again declared that he learned some of his tricks from none other than Sheldon Adelson, whom he refers to as King:
“Well, I learned all these tricks from Sheldon. So, you know. (Laughter.) So I call: “Hi, King. What’s up? What’s happening?” (Laughter.) He said, “I wanted to tell you I didn’t like you doing that with Israel.” “Oh, man! I wish I called you back a little sooner. I’m sorry.” (Laughter.) Call a president: “What’s up, President?” “I wanted to tell you not to do that, sir. But you’ve done it.” What can I — “Yeah, I wish — you know, I wish I could have gotten you sooner, but I’m so busy.” (Laughter.) I took about 40 of those calls. Right? Everyone was the same: “I wanted to tell you…” I said, “But, you know, in the meantime, it opened and it was, you know, really pretty amazing.”
So was Duff right in saying that Trump is surrounded by the Khazarian Bankster Cult in the White House? The answer is yes. Will the US again survive a war with Russia? The answer is no. Who is pushing war with Russia again?
Well, you should know the answer to that question by now. If you still don’t know, perhaps you should give flaming Neocon Max Boot a call.
-  Andrew J. Bacevich, “When Washington Assured Russia NATO Would Not Expand,” American Conservative, December 20, 2017.
-  See for example Stephen F. Cohen, “Four Years of Ukraine and the Myths of Maidan,” The Nation, January 3, 2018.
-  “Sheldon Adelson calls on the US to nuke Iranian desert,” Times of Israel, October 24, 2013.
-  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, 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.