Bloodthirsty Neocons

Israeli Group Caught Spreading Anti-Islam Propaganda via Right-Wing Facebook Pages

The Guardian reports that a mysterious Israel-based group has gained considerable influence over numerous “far-right” Facebook pages to sow anti-Islamic hatred within the United States:

“The message from Israel arrived on an otherwise unremarkable afternoon for 36-year-old Beau Villereal. At his family’s sprawling 42-acre property outside Live Oak in Florida’s rural north, Villereal sat alone in his bedroom trawling for news about Donald Trump to share on the rightwing Facebook page he runs with his mother and father.

The messenger, who gave her name as Rochale, asked Villereal to make her an editor of Pissed off Deplorables, a self-described “pro-America page” that feeds its thousands of followers a steady diet of pro-Trump, anti-Islam content.

“I totally understand you,” she wrote. “I’m from Israel and this is … really important to me to share the truth. Please give me a chance for a day.”

The Guardian article claims the Israelis are targeting the “far-right” but that’s probably not entirely accurate, as the real far-right despises Israel and Jews and would never be susceptible to coordinating with Israel. Plus, most real far-right social media accounts have long since been banned. In reality, what the Guardian is calling “far-right” Facebook pages are simply relatively newer, pro-Trump pages of the non-traditional variety. They consider anything on the right other than National Review and the Weekly Standard to be “far-right.” But in reality, much of what outlets like the Guardian and other leftwing Establishment outlets call “far-right” are actually pretty mainstream right.

At any rate, Israeli disinformation agents see right-wingers as their best way to gain a foothold in America. The inherent pro-Israel, anti-Islam bias of the American right makes mainstream right-wingers the perfect targets.

Let’s continue with the article:

“About 1,000 miles north in Staten Island, New York City, Ron Devito was tapping away on his laptop to the 20,000 followers of his pro-Trump Facebook page, Making America 1st, when he received a similar message, this time from someone using the name Tehila.

“She pitched to me that she was a good editor, she could provide some good content to increase likes and views on the page,” Devito told the Guardian. “Could I just give her a chance and let her post her stuff, right? So I figured, ‘What the heck, give it a shot’.”

Villereal and Devito weren’t the only ones. Over the past two years, a group of mysterious Israel-based accounts has delivered similar messages to the heads of at least 19 other far-right Facebook pages across the US, Australia, the UK, Canada, Austria, Israel and Nigeria.”

A Guardian investigation can reveal those messages were part of a covert plot to control some of Facebook’s largest far-right pages, including one linked to a rightwing terror group, and create a commercial enterprise that harvests Islamophobic hate for profit.”

This only makes sense when you accept the fact that we have been lied to about 9-11.

I am not yet completely certain who was really behind 9-11. Like with the Kennedy assassination, we can only speculate as the political and media establishments still maintain the “official story.”

But what I’m saying is that I do not believe 9-11 was merely a terrorist attack by Al Qaeda that caught America off-guard.

There are too many questions. For instance, Tower 7 collapsed despite not even being hit by a plane. It looked like a perfect controlled building demolition. And Larry Silverstein, the man who bought the World Trade Center just months before the 9-11 attacks, took out a massive insurance policy on the buildings that eventually netted him billions of dollars. That’s barely even scratching the surface; there’s much more.

9-11 was, if not orchestrated by the government, at least carried out with our government’s prior knowledge. Read about the Project for a New American Century, a neocon think tank founded in the late 1990s:

“The threat posed by US terrorism to the security of nations and individuals was outlined in prophetic detail in a document written more than two years ago and disclosed only recently. What was needed for America to dominate much of humanity and the world’s resources, it said, was “some catastrophic and catalysing event – like a new Pearl Harbor”. 

Richard Perle is one of the founders of the Project for the New American Century, the PNAC. Other founders include Dick Cheney, now vice-president, Donald Rumsfeld, defence secretary, Paul Wolfowitz, deputy defence secretary, I Lewis Libby, Cheney’s chief of staff, William J Bennett, Reagan’s education secretary, and Zalmay Khalilzad, Bush’s ambassador to Afghanistan. These are the modern chartists of American terrorism. The PNAC’s seminal report, Rebuilding America’s Defences: strategy, forces and resources for a new century, was a blueprint of American aims in all but name. Two years ago [Note: article written in 2002] it recommended an increase in arms-spending by $48bn so that Washington could “fight and win multiple, simultaneous major theatre wars”. This has happened. It said the United States should develop “bunker-buster” nuclear weapons and make “star wars” a national priority. This is happening. It said that, in the event of Bush taking power, Iraq should be a target. And so it is.”

Prior to 9-11, a think tank comprised of the same men who would eventually hold powerful posts in the Bush Administration expressed a desire to invade Iraq (among other “rogue states”) and said that a “Pearl Harbor-type event” was needed to spur the so-called “New American Century.”

These guys sure got their Pearl Harbor-like “catalyzing” event the following year, once they had all ascended to prominent posts in the US government.

Depending on who you talk to, you’ll get different explanations (“conspiracy theories”) regarding 9-11. The “Dancing Israelis” meme that has popped up in recent months is compelling, yet of course circumstantial, evidence that the Mossad was behind 9-11.

Now, again, the details on who was really behind 9-11 are still murky and probably will be for decades.

But I do know this:

  • Israel wants America to hate Muslims.
  • Israel’s ultimate goal for, at least the past 20 years but probably the last 40 years, has been to manipulate America into destroying Iran, Israel’s greatest enemy.

As with the Kennedy Assassination, in order to demystify things, it’s important to simply look at the aftermath: who benefitted? Who got what they wanted?

With 9-11, the beneficiaries were the neocons in the government (all of them hardcore Zionists) and Israel itself.

Just months after 9-11, President George W. Bush used his first State of the Union address in January 2002 to define the “Axis of Evil,” which according to him was comprised of Iraq, Iran and North Korea, as well as Libya, Syria and Cuba. That “Axis of Evil” is better described as the Neocon Regime Change Wish List. By early 2003, we were at war in Iraq. Libya’s government was toppled eight years later by NATO. Syria’s government has been under constant assault for the past seven-plus years of civil war, but has managed to hang on with help from Russia. This is why the neocons in Washington are so irate that Trump has not only rebuffed their numerous attempts to lie us into greater involvement against Assad in Syria, but that he is pulling us out of Syria entirely.

And of course, Beltway chatter has been building about starting a war with Iran–which, thankfully, Trump has also fended off.

This was all planned out two decades ago. And it was all predicated on 9-11, which got Americans into the mindset of accepting wars in the Middle East against supposed “terror-supporting nations.” It relies on Americans hating Muslims.

If you accept, or merely allow yourself to entertain the possibility, that the official 9-11 narrative of a cut-and-dry terrorist attack isn’t true, then most of the reasoning behind our anti-Muslim hatred collapses.

In other words, I said to myself, “If Muslim terrorists weren’t actually behind 9-11, then I don’t really have much of a reason to dislike Muslims, do I?”

We are being used.

The best way to understand all the “foreign influence” in America is to recognize that America’s military is the most powerful force on the planet, and that a great many nations–especially our “allies”–are constantly seeking to steer it and manipulate it into doing their dirty work for them.

In this light, it makes perfect sense that a shadowy Israeli group (undoubtedly Mossad) would seek to sow anti-Muslim on the American right.

Ben Shapiro Really Wanted Trump to Bomb Iran, is Pissed it Didn’t Happen

If you’re unaware, the other day, Iran allegedly shot down an unmanned US drone.

In response, the bloodthirsty neocons, who unfortunately have infested the Trump White House, who have long been in control of the Pentagon–and, well, who are we kidding: basically the entire Washington Foreign Policy Establishment–prepared a “response” for the President to approve. It would have been an airstrike on Iranian soil, or “interests” or something, I’m not entirely sure. I believe it was a ship.

It was some form of retaliation that would have killed 150 Iranians, bottom line.

Listen to the President himself describe it:

Trump canceled the proposed airstrike at the last second because it would have killed 150 people. Simply unnecessary.

Remember in 2016 when All The Smart People In Washington™ said Trump was too stupid, too unhinged, too maniacal to be the Commander in Chief? Remember when they said Trump would blow up the world because the role of Commander in Chief would just be too overwhelming for him?

His presidency has been the exact opposite of what they described.

Trump is the one hesitant to use military force whereas the self-described Foreign Policy Experts™ are the ones chomping at the bit to bomb somebody every other week.

So cooler heads–meaning President Trump–prevailed: 150 Iranians didn’t have to die because their military shot one of our flying unmanned robots out of the sky.

And Ben Shapiro is not a happy camper about it!

I haven’t seen Ben Shapiro this worked up in quite a while.

Of all the issues that really touch a nerve for Ben, President Trump not bombing Iran is the one that sends him into fits.

I’ll repeat: not bombing Iran.

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“Terrorism”? What “terrorism,” Ben?

Iran’s military shot down one of our military’s flying drones. It was not “terrorism.”

And what’s this about “disproportionate response”? What he’s talking about is massive retaliation. Iran shoots down one of our drones, we kill 150 of their soldiers. An arm for an eye. In one sentence Ben says we must pursue a policy of “disproportionate response” in order to show Iran we’re not to be messed with, yet in the next sentence Ben says the Iranian mullahs are quite aware that if they get into a full-on war with the US then they’re all dead, and hence don’t want war.

So if they’re already scared of us, why on earth would we need a “disproportionate response” policy to remind them that they should be scared of us?

Ben retweeted this:

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Obama’s “red line” was different. With his “red line,” he said, “Syria, if you use chemical weapons, that’s something we won’t tolerate.” And then when Assad used chemical weapons–or at least our military intelligence said he did–Obama didn’t enforce his own “red line” pronouncement. When you say, “Don’t do that, or there’ll be consequences.” And then they do that and there are no consequences, you look like a chump.

That was what was so bad about Obama’s “red line,” although in hindsight it’s probably good that Obama balked at attacking Syria because there has never been any good reason for us to get involved there. Not now, not in 2013–not ever.

But this was no “red line” moment for Trump on Iran. Trump never said, “Iran, you better not shoot down any US drones or else you’re gonna pay.” There was never any proverbial “red line” drawn by Trump.

But of course, Shapiro and the neocons hope to goad Trump into taking military action against Iran by comparing Trump to Obama. “If you don’t go to war with Iran, you’re a big pussy just like Obama.”

Shapiro had more tweets expressing his displeasure with Trump not bombing Iran–I repeat not bombing Iran.

But as I said above, what was really interesting was that Trump not bombing Iran was the one thing that really set Ben Shapiro off unlike anything else in recent memory. I don’t remember Shapiro launching into angry, stream-of-consciousness tweetstorms over the record number of foreign invaders migrants streaming over the Southern Border. Or about the mainstream media trying to normalize pedophilia, among many other things.

No, on those things he really couldn’t be bothered. He might put out a carefully-crafted zinger tweet that will go viral, but that’s it.

In this case–again, Trump not bombing Iran–Ben Shapiro just could not contain himself. Trump not bombing Iran really touched a nerve for him. You can tell he’s genuinely upset about this.

When Ben Shapiro read the news that President Trump called off a planned airstrike of Iran at the last minute, he was furious. The guy who treats the President like a dog was probably angrily screeching “BAD TRUMP! BAD TRUMP!” when he learned that Trump would not be bombing Iran.

It really is amazing to see just how little Neocons like Ben Shapiro care about the lives of others. Trump was not willing to kill 150 Iranians because their military shot down a drone. Ben, on the other hand, couldn’t have been more gung-ho to kill those 150 people.

The worst part of it is, our country has been run by reckless, bloodthirsty psychopaths like this for the better part of the past 30 years. Not only do 150 Iranian lives mean absolutely nothing to them, they don’t care about American lives, either. Ben Shapiro will gladly send your son off to fight in a pointless Middle Eastern war. He and the Neocon crowd don’t give a shit about American lives, either.

I’m not sure, exactly, why Ben Shapiro is so gung-ho about going to war with Iran. The same question could be asked of a large number of people not only in Washington but within the Trump White House, in the “mainstream” media and last but not least, within the “mainstream conservative movement.”

We don’t need to go to war with Iran. Saying that might put me outside the “mainstream” of conservative opinion but whatever.

Are we endangered by Iran? No. I keep hearing that Iran is the “number-one exporter of terror around the world since 1979” but if I recall correctly 9/11 was carried out by Saudis. More recent terror attacks carried out on US soil were linked to ISIS, not Iran.

Iran might be the number-one exporter of terror worldwide but not in the US. Iran is not a direct threat to us. It might be a direct threat to other countries in the region, but I’m sorry, that’s just not our problem.

I think I speak for most Americans when I say I have absolutely zero appetite for another multi-trillion dollar war in a faraway country that’s going to claim the lives of not only several thousand of America’s best young men, but also the lives of hundreds of thousands–if not millions–of people in Iran, and which will turn millions into refugees overnight. And where will those refugees go? Europe? Will they come here?

I don’t want to destabilize another Middle Eastern regime and turn Iran into a power vacuum where ISIS can reestablish itself.

I just don’t really give a damn about the Middle East. In fact, things seemed to be going a lot better in the Middle East before we started messing around there in the past 40 years or so.

I may speak for most Americans on this matter but because I’m at odds with the Political & Media Establishment–which Ben Shapiro is very much a part of, no matter what anyone says–then I’m considered a “fringe voice” and even anti-American.

Screw that.

Isolationist and proud.

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Tucker, as usual, is on point: