…by Jonas E. Alexis
Vladimir Putin asked Oliver Stone one of the most puzzling questions in the history of political manipulation. “Have you ever been beaten?,” he said. Stone replied in the affirmative. Putin proceeded to say: “So, it’s not going to be something new, because you are going to suffer for what you are doing.”
Putin was right on target. Stone has been slammed against the wall for engaging in a frank dialogue with the Russian president. For New World Order agents and warmongers, rational dialogue is a frightening thing. It can lead to peace, sort out differences among nations, and produce harmony. Peace is not congruent with perpetual wars. They are polar opposite.
New World Order agents have always wanted perpetual wars in the Middle East. So, whenever they see any leader or serious individual talking about rational dialogue, they start to panic. They start to have nightmare; they start to scream their lungs out; they start to transform into fire-breathing dragons.
The Daily Beast said that the Oliver Stone film is a “wildly irresponsible love letter.” CNN said that it “says as much about Oliver Stone as it does Vladimir Putin.” The Washington Post lamented that it is “Flattery, but little skepticism.”
The fact is that Putin has taken warmongers in the United States to task. Perpetual wars in the Middle East and elsewhere, Putin seems to be saying, must stop precisely because they have not led the United States and much of the world to a safer zone. Perpetual wars lead to horror and suffering, and horror and suffering lead to perpetual hatred and terrorism.
Dan Kovalik, who teaches International Human Rights at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, has recently come to similar conclusions. He argues in his book The Plot to Scapegoat Russia: How the CIA and the Deep State Have Conspired to Vilify Russia that the US has been perpetuating conflicts in many parts of the world, including in places like El Salvador.
“The US appeared to be on the wrong side of every conflict in El Salvador dating back to 1932—supporting the few landowners over the vast poor who were struggling for what seemed to be a fair share of the land and resources. And, the US’s support of the rich and powerful in that country had disastrous consequences, with mass killings by the US-backed Salvadoran Army, such as in the case of the El Mozote massacre in 1981 which claimed 800 victims, mostly landless peasants and indigenous people.”
Noam Chomsky wrote similar things about El Salvador:
“In the Jesuit America, Rev. Daniel Santiago, a priest working in El Salvador, reported in 1990 the story of a peasant woman who return home one day to find her mother, sister and three children sitting around the table, the decapitated head of each person placed on the table in front of the body, the hands arranged on top ‘as if each body was stroking its own head’ The assassins, from the Salvadoran National Guard, had found it hard to keep the head of an 18-month-old baby in place, so they nailed the hands to it. A large plastic bowl filled with blood stood in the center of the table.
“Two years earlier, the Salvadoran human rights group that continued to function despite the assassination of its founders and directors reported that 13 bodies had been found in the preceding two weeks, most showing signs of torture, including two women who had been hanged from a tree by their hair, their breasts cut off and their faces painted red.
“The discoveries were familiar, but the timing is significant, just as Washington was successfully completing the cynical exercise of exempting its murderous clients from the terms of the Central America peace accords that called for ‘justice, freedom and democracy,’ ‘respect for human rights,’ and guarantees for ‘the endless inviolability of all forms of life and liberty.’ Such macabre scenes which rarely reached the mainstream in the United States, are designed for intimidation….
“Men are not just disemboweled by Salvadoran Treasury Policy; their severed genitalia are stuffed in their mouths. Salvadoran women are not just raped by the national guard; their wombs are cut from the bodies and used to cover their faces. It is not enough to kill the children; they are dragged over barbed wire until the flesh falls from their bones while parents are forced to watch.”
When was the last time heard about these issues in the Zionist media? When was the last time that a Zionist journalist took the time to seriously write about these issues and let the world know that warmongers in the United States are dangerous to the United States itself and to much of the world? Do you see why Vladimir Putin is laughing at the ideologies that post beneath the surface of the New World Order?
 Dominic Rushe, “Oliver Stone on Vladimir Putin: ‘The Russian people have never been better off,’” Guardian, June 13, 2017.
 Dan Kovalik, The Plot to Scapegoat Russia: How the CIA and the Deep State Have Conspired to Vilify Russia (New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2017), kindle edition.
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 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.