…by Jonas E. Alexis
The Jewish Daily Forward published an article about six days ago entitled, “Jared Kushner Was Right To ‘Collude’ With Russia — Because He Did It for Israel.” That title was quickly changed to “Was Kushner Doing the Right Thing?” Obviously they changed the title for political reasons.
The article essentially argued that it was Jared Kushner who “sent the former national security adviser Michael Flynn to talk to the Russian ambassador and other foreign diplomats about a controversial United Nations resolution that would have certainly harmed Israel.”
The article brazenly praises Kushner’s action because it was done for the state of Israel. Now listen to this:
“Some claim that Kushner and Flynn violated the Logan Act, which prohibits citizens from contacting foreign governments to influence policy that affects U.S. policy. But we can learn from an episode in 2015 why this claim doesn’t hold water. Back then, John Boehner and 47 Republican senators wrote a letter to Iran and were similarly accused of violating the Logan Act.”
The writer ends with this puzzling statement: “Is this what should bring down Kushner? No. Absolutely not.”
The plot thickens. Kushner took actions and Flynn got fired. What is so disgusting about this is that the Neocons haven’t said a damn thing about Kushner’s move. Remember when they were running around like bucking bulls and saying crazy things like Russia did this and Russia did that?
Remember when they asserted ad nauseam that US officials should never get involved in any serious dialogue with Russia? Remember MSM even sent a Zionist puppet, Megyn Kelly, to interview Putin on similar issues, asking Putin weird questions such as “did Russian officials talk to so and so…?”
Now we are learning that Kushner has every right to surreptitiously talk to Russian officials because it was good for Israel! If people in the past got fired for doing the same thing, then why is Kushner still running around?
You see, we are confronting again and again with a blatant contradiction, one which can never be reconciled on the basis of reason. This also shows again and again that the Neocons, MSM, and the current administration are inexorably working for the Israeli regime.
 Daniel Kohn, “Was Kushner Doing the Right Thing?,” Forward, December 3, 2017.
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.