Putin to New World Order Agents: Think!

“You can give that lady here an award for having no common sense at all and for making my job easy.”

…by Jonas E. Alexis


Jewish Neocon Victoria Nuland, who is now famous for saying “fu$k the E.U.,” said last November that “85 to 90 percent of Russian air strikes in Syria have killed moderate opposition forces and civilians and that Moscow’s intervention has done little to stop Islamic State militants.”

This is not new at all. In 2012, New World Order agents declared that the Russians were slaughtering civilians in Syria “on ‘an hourly basis.’”[1] Nuland declared then:

“On a daily basis, on an hourly basis, we are seeing Russian- and Soviet-made weaponry used against civilians in towns all across Syria.

“Russian- and Soviet-made helicopters form the base of the Syrian helicopter fleet. We are seeing these helicopters used all over Syria now against civilians. We’re seeing gun mounts on these being used to fire on populations and homes. … We’ve seen the Russians resupply the weapons that they’ve sold to the Syrians as recently as January.”[2]

Other reports quickly followed Nuland’s Zionist dreams.[3]

Yes, Russia has attacked many so-called moderates. Yes, Russia has killed many U.S.-backed rebels/terrorists, who were specifically targeting Assad.[4] But Russian forces specifically targeting Syrian civilians? Is that really a sober thought? How is it that Syrian civilians themselves do not agree with this Zionist narrative?

Again, how is it that Assad won the presidential election by almost 90%?[5] Does Nuland mean to tell us that the vast majority of Syrians could not understand that their own government was slaughtering them? Even here, Nuland is losing logical ground.

In response to her bold accusation, Russia immediately asked for evidence. Nothing was forthcoming. Why?

VT readers already know the answer. Lies and fabrications flow through the veins of NWO agents, most particularly Nuland. In response to the false accusation, Russia Today reported:

“Reports of alleged casualties among civilians caused by Russian airstrikes in Syria emerged even before Russian warplanes were launched for their first combat mission, President Vladimir Putin said, branding such reports ‘information attacks.’”[6]

Putin himself declared:

“Other nations have been bombing Syrian territory for over a year. We have such an invitation and we intend to fight against terrorist organizations and them only.

“As for media reports claiming that the civilian population is suffering, we are prepared for such information attacks. The first reports about civilian casualties emerged even before our planes got in the air”[7]

Let us suppose that NWO agents were right, even though the accusation was and still is, as Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has put it, “unfounded.”[8] Let us suppose that Putin did kill civilians. NWO agents still have to explain the fact that Putin asked the U.S. to share information about ISIS in the first place! The U.S. refused the generous offer. And now they are condemning Putin for killing civilians?


Let us turn the table around. The U.S. military forces have recently admitted that civilian casualties are basically part of their ideological process. Army Colonel Steve Warren told a Pentagon briefing on Wednesday:

“Yes, we were prepared to accept civilian casualties in conjunction with this cash strike, it’s tragic and it’s not something that we want to do.”[9]

Just four days ago, the LA Times lamented in an article entitled “Long after most U.S. troops have left Iraq, civilians are dying in ‘obscene’ numbers”:

“Civilians in Iraq face ‘staggering’ violence on a daily basis, according to a United Nations report released Tuesday, which recorded the killings of 18,802 people and almost twice as many wounded between the beginning of 2014 and the end of October 2015…

“Long after the end of major U.S. combat operations in Iraq, the country continues to be torn by sectarian violence that rarely rises to the level of daily headlines but has taken what Jan Kubis, the U.N. special representative in the country, called an ‘obscene toll on Iraqi civilians and their communities…’

“The violence has also displaced more than 3 million people, a full third of them school-age children, the report says.

“It also documents a litany of abuses and human rights violations, whether at the hands of Islamic State or the sectarian militiamen fighting alongside the government to reclaim areas under the Sunni extremist group’s control.

“Hundreds of children have been forced to take up arms and fight alongside their militant captors under the threat of being ‘flogged, tortured or raped.’”[10]

In 2014 alone,

17,049 civilians have been recorded killed in Iraq during 2014 (up to Dec 30). This is roughly double the number recorded in 2013 (9,743), which in turn was roughly double the number in 2012 (4,622). These numbers do not include combatant deaths, which even by the most cautious tallies have also seen a sharp rise in 2014.

“The conflict in Iraq that began with the US/UK invasion of March 2003 has continued now for nearly twelve years. During this period, not a single day has passed without Iraqi civilians being killed. The year 2014, however, reflects an increase in violence to levels not seen since the worst years of 2006 and 2007.

“The rise of the group Islamic State (or ISIS or ISIL) as a major force in the conflict, as well as the military responses by the Iraqi Government and the re-entry of US and Coalition air forces into the conflict, have all contributed to the elevated death tolls.”

“My country didn’t sign up for this.”

Brown University put out a report saying that:

“The wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan have taken a tremendous human toll on those countries. As of March 2015, approximately 210,000 civilians have died violent deaths as a result of the wars. Civilian deaths have also resulted from the US military operations in Yemen that began in 2002.

“People living in the war zones have been killed in their homes, in markets, and on roadways. They have been killed by bombs, bullets, fire, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and drones.

“Civilians die at checkpoints, as they are run off the road by military vehicles, when they step on a mine or cluster bomb, as they collect wood or tend to their fields, and when they are kidnapped and executed for purposes of revenge or intimidation. They are killed by the United States, by its allies, and by insurgents and sectarians in the civil wars spawned by the invasions.

“Death can also happen weeks or months after a battle. Many times more Iraqis, Afghans, and Pakistanis have died as a result of battered infrastructure and poor health conditions arising from the wars than directly from its violence.

“For example, war refugees often lose access to a stable food supply or to their jobs, resulting in increased malnutrition and vulnerability to disease.

“The Costs of War reports document the direct and indirect toll that war takes on civilians and their livelihoods, including the lingering effects of war death and injury on survivors and their families.”

“Yes, I admit it. I’m a political prostitute. But there are many of us out there, so it can’t be wrong.”

Keep in mind that Iraq is the place where Nuland and her brethren invaded in 2003. Keep in mind that NWO agents and their puppets unanimously declared that the invasion was true freedom. No exaggeration here.

Listen to political prostitute Ann Coulter: “The magnificently successful Iraq War has been rewritten as a failure…”[11] In Iraq, Ms. Whore continues, “We had won, executed a dictator, presided over democratic elections, and killed loads of al Qaeda fighters.”[12]

The only way Coulter could get away with saying crazy things like this is because she has deliberately refused to look at the substantial evidence which literally debunks her essentially Zionist ideology.[13] After all, she is making millions of dollars saying weird things, and decent Americans are buying those weird things like cheesecake.

To go back to our main point, should we pay NWO agents attention when they brazenly and promiscuously declare that Putin is “willing to flirt with lawlessness in his global ventures”?[14]

Perhaps we should allow Mr. Putin to speak for himself. After he intellectually humiliated a BBC reporter on the question of whether Russia is actually pursuing an aggressive expansion, Putin told the poor guy quite frankly: “Have you any common sense?”

In other words, “Are you stupid or a complete idiot?” An idiot, as we all know, is a person who lacks normal intelligence or a person who fails to apply common sense to the real world, sometimes for moral and political reasons.

Are NWO agents idiots? No, they are worse than that. Some people are idiots because they do not know what they are doing. Those people can be forgiven.

But NWO agents know exactly that they are violating the moral order and practical reason. As Jewish Neocon Jonah Goldberg himself said:

“Every ten years or so, the United States needs to pick up some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall, just to show the world we mean business.”[15]

In 2003, the United States picked up “some small crappy little country and throw it against the wall,” and that country turned out to be Iraq. Then it was Afghanistan. Then Libya. What was next on the list?

Obviously it was Syria, but NWO agents are facing a stumbling block there. Obviously Putin is kicking their butts. And they do not like it when a small but significant country like Russia has been in the business of butt kicking for more than a year.

Every country in Europe, most specifically Germany, needs a Putin to get involved in that business. Angela Merkel is obviously useless in this regard. As Jim W. Dean beautifully put it a few days ago:

“The EU needs a Putin, and not a Merkel, and by that I do not mean a sex change operation for her. They need someone who is not a graduate of Fantasyland University, and who can deal with real geopolitics and be straight with their constituency, rather than acting like an occupational force mandarin, totally disconnected from the people.”

[1] Chris McGreal, “US says Russian-made weapons are killing Syrians on ‘an hourly basis,’” Guardian, June 12, 2012.

[2] Ibid.

[3] See Adam Withnall, “Russia ‘directly targets civilians’ in Syria, killing at least 200 in possible war crimes, Amnesty report reveals,” Independent, December 23, 2015; Paul Armstrong, “Hundreds of civilians killed in Russian airstrikes in Syria – Amnesty,” CNN, December 23, 2015.

[4] Raziye Akkoc and Roland Oliphant, “’Russia kills US-backed Syrian rebels in second day of air strikes as Iran prepares for ground offensive,’” Telegraph, October 2, 2015.

[5] “Bashar al-Assad wins re-election in Syria as uprising against him rages on,” Guardian, June 4, 2014; “Landslide Win for Assad in Syria’s Presidential Elections,” Haaretz, June 4, 2014; “Bashar Assad wins Syria presidential election with 88.7% of vote,” Russia Today, June 4, 2014.

[6] “Putin: Claims Russian jets killed civilians in Syria emerged before airstrikes started,” Russia Today, October 1, 2015.

[7] Ibid.

[8] Avaneesh Pandey, “Russia Rejects ‘Unfounded’ Accusations Of Civilian Deaths In Syria Airstrikes,” International Business Times, October 1, 2015.

[9] Idrees Ali, “Recent strike targets Mosul ‘cash collection point’: U.S. military,” Reuters, January 20, 2016.

[10] Nabih Bulos, “Long after most U.S. troops have left Iraq, civilians are dying in ‘obscene’ numbers,” LA Times, January 19, 2016.

[11] Ann Coulter, Never Trust a Liberal Over 3-Especially a Republican (Washington: Regnery Publishing, 2013), 3.

[12] Ibid., 14.

[13] For studies on this, see for example Stefan Halper and Jonathan Clarke, America Alone: The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004); Murray Friedman, The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and the Shaping of Public Policy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004); John J. Mearsheimer, Why Leaders Lie: The Truth About Lying in International Politics (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011); John M. Schuessler, Deceit on the Road to War: Presidents, Politics, and American Democracy (New York: Cornell University Press, 2015); Paul R. Pillar, Intelligence and U.S. Foreign Policy: Iraq, 9/11, and Misguided Reform (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011); John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy (New York: Farrar & Straus, 2007).

[14] “Mr. Putin and the Poisonous London Tea Party,” NY Times, January 21, 2016.

[15] Conor Friedersdorf, “The Real Radicals of the Iraq War: Its Proponents,” Atlantic, March 6, 2013.


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