Russia, Iran and China: It’s time to slap New World Order agents in their faces


By Jonas E. Alexis

Vladimir Putin: “It seems that someone would like to impose upon us some new game rules, deliberately tailored to accommodate the interests of the privileged few…”


New World Order agents have recently received another major defeat when it was reported that Russia “deployed its bombers to the Hamadan airfield in Iran to enhance its offensive capabilities against Daesh, Al-Nusra Front and other radical groups wreaking havoc in Syria. The West was not happy with the news.”[1]

Obviously we are continuing to see the hypocrisy of the so-called war on terror. Russia acts against ISIS, but NWO agents are mad and sad. One needn’t be an intellectual to realize that something fishy is going on here.

One also needs to give credit to Russia and Iran, despite the fact that they are really outnumbered in America. For example, when was the last time that Hollywood made a single movie that did put Iran and Russia in their proper place?

Just take a look at movies such as The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming, Air Force One, Rambo: First Blood, Rambo III, Salt, Dark Knight Rises, Equalizer, Argo, London Has Fallen, Batman v. Superman, Iron Man I and II, Eastern Promises, The Sopranos, Avengers, Invasion U.S.A., Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, etc. The list is almost endless. And nearly all the villains and terrorists in those movies are of Russian or Muslim descent or had some connections with Russians or Muslims.

And if Russia and Iran are not villains, Hollywood producers make sure that they do portray them in a negative light. But why haven’t they produced a movie about Israel’s terrorist activities in the Middle East? How about the bombing of the USS Liberty in 1967? The bombing of the King David Hotel in 1946? The assassinations of Iranian scientists in 2012? Do Hollywood producers mean to tell us that they don’t know about these things?


Or how about telling the American people that Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan is or was an Israeli intelligence agent.[2] Milchan openly admitted that he secretly helped Israel develop its nuclear warheads, but Milchan—whose films range from Fight Club, A Time to Kill and The Revenant to Pretty Woman, 12 Years a Slave and the upcoming movie Assassin’s Creed—is still walking around and bragging about what he did. No one is asking for his arrest!

“Do you know what it was like to be a 20-something guy whose country decided to let him be James Bond? Wow! The action! That was exciting,” said Milchan.[3] With the help of Shimon Peres, Milchan operated in at least 17 countries just to help Israel.

Does Milchan regret his actions? Nah. “I did it for my country and I’m proud of it,” he said.[4]

So, we have Israeli villains virtually everywhere, but the Khazarian Mafia would like to let us know that the true villains are Russians and Iranians. Alexander J. Motyl, a professor of political science at Rutgers University, has recently written in Newsweek that Putin is “the biggest obstacle to peace and the key source of potential war.”[5]

You ain’t seen nothing yet. Instead of dealing with the real issue, Motyl moves on to say that Putin’s foreign policy is “grounded in his realist fears of Western strategic encirclement.”[6]


How stupid can it get? Over the past five years or so, Putin has delivered one speech after another meticulously detailing where the issues lie and what the West needs to do in order to maintain its credibility, but Motyl has ignored all that and moved on to promote a diabolical ideology. Here are just 15 statements that clarify many of Putin’s positions, which we already pointed out in the previous article:


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