If Edmund Burke is right in saying that “It is ordained in the eternal constitution of things, that men of intemperate minds cannot be free,” and that “Their passions forge their fetters,” then Putin is doing a great job by introducing morality and practical reason to the political world.
…by Jonas E. Alexis
Putin continues to drop political explosives in the New World Order by saying that its agents are liars, and NWO agents continue to be stunned largely because Putin has rendered them virtually powerless, helpless, and hopeless.
The political tectonic shift is already in place. Just pick up some recent newspapers, most specifically the New York Times, and you will read things like this:
“THE Russian president, Vladimir V. Putin, continues to surprise. Russia’s military intervention in Syria, followed by a face-to-face meeting in Moscow this week with that country’s president, Bashar al-Assad, has startled the world.”
The New York Times seems to be upset because Putin is not allowing NWO agents to remove Assad from power. Assad, the Times says, is “flying high” because of Putin. NWO agents also seem to be upset because Putin is getting much appreciation from former president Jimmy Carter, who has labeled Israel an apartheid state.
It got even more interesting. Back in 2014, the Washington Post came out with an article by Jewish professor Daniel W. Drezner entitled, “Why Vladimir Putin’s strategic genius scares the heck out of me.” In that article, Drezner seemed to resemble Gollum, the ambivalent creature from J. R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.
Keep in mind that Gollum loves and hates the ring of power at the same time, as he “loves and hates himself.” Drezner’s article was partly titled “Putin’s strategic genius,” but he argued throughout that Putin’s strategic genius was actually a disaster. Drezner simply could not make a rational and coherent point.
We expect that kind of reasoning from Drezner because he is living in an irrational system, which at its core is diabolical. He placed a cartoon in the article which displays Putin pouring blood all over the floor, which obviously represents Crimea. But the simple fact is that Drezner cannot seriously look at himself in the mirror and see blood all over his hands and face. The cartoon should actually represent what Drezner’s brethren have done all over the Middle East.
It was Drezner’s brethren, Jewish intellectuals and Neo-Bolsheviks, who ended up pursuing the war in Iraq. Granted, Drezner has criticized the war, but he could never name the real culprits who actually sent the six-trillion dollar bill to the American people. In his 2007 article entitled “The New World Order,” Drezner wrote:
“More ambitiously, the Bush administration has tried to reshape international organizations to make them more accommodating to rising powers. In some instances, the changes have occurred almost as a matter of course.”
But who was pushing Bush, Drezner? Why couldn’t you just point your readers to simple sources like the Jewish Virtual Library, which has a list of those who were behind the Bush administration? Why couldn’t you talk about people like Ben Bernanke and Larry Summers, two of the most corrupt individuals who are largely responsible for the economic chaos in the United States?
“’Helicopter Ben’ Bernanke has printed a couple of trillion dollars, just waved a wand and invented them, then used those funds to buy things like mortgages and t-bills.”