Obviously lizards at the Washington Post think that everyone is stupid. Who are they fooling this time? The CIA, as Douglas Valentine has recently documented, is “organized crime.” Peter Dale Scott of the University of California and Rebecca Gordon have come to similar conclusions. David Talbot has called the CIA, Allen Dulles and the rise of America’s secret government “the devil’s chessboard.” There is a plausible theory which even suggests that the CIA was behind the JFK assassination.
“When ideology is your guide,” Daniel J. Flynn rightly writes in Intellectual Morons, “You are bound to get lost. Ideology deludes, inspires dishonesty, and breeds fanaticism. Facts, experience, and logic are much better at leading you to truth. Truth, however, is not everyone’s intended destination.”
If you were trained in logic, then the New World Order ideology will soon or later insult your intelligence. Really. After taking its cue from the CIA—a covert organization that has committed crimes virtually all over the planet—the Washington Post has recently declared:
“In political terms, Russia’s interference was the crime of the century, an unprecedented and largely successful destabilizing attack on American democracy. It was a case that took almost no time to solve, traced to the Kremlin through cyber-forensics and intelligence on Putin’s involvement.”
Obviously those lizards think that everyone is stupid. Who are they fooling this time? The CIA, as Douglas Valentine has recently documented, is “organized crime.” Peter Dale Scott of the University of California and Rebecca Gordon have come to similar conclusions. David Talbot has called the CIA, Allen Dulles and the rise of America’s secret government “the devil’s chessboard.” There is a plausible theory which even suggests that the CIA was behind the JFK assassination.
Again, we are not dealing with conspiracy stuff here. These issues have been widely documented by meticulous scholars, writers of various stripes, and serious journalists. Do puppets in the Washington Post mean to tell us that they know nothing about this? Do they honestly mean to tell us that they don’t know about the CIA’s involvement in the drug business in Afghanistan, Columbia, and even in far-distant lands such as Indo-China? Do they mean to tell us that they have no clue about the CIA’s involvement in destabilizing Iran way back in 1953?
If that is the case, then Malcolm Muggeridge was absolutely right when he said that “we have educated ourselves into imbecility.” Muggeridge also said that “only dead fish swim with the stream.” Writers in the Washington Post are “dead fish” when it comes to examining issues that are important to the American people and much of the world. They represent the oligarchs, the warmongers, the Israeli regime, and the Deep State. They will never tell the American people the whole truth because they want America to be involved in perpetual wars. After all, they were also the ones who perpetrated the categorical lies that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction.
If Zionist outlets such as the Washington Post were trying to present serious facts, then they would have almost certainly slammed the Israeli regime for supporting terrorist cells in places like Syria. Even the Wall Street Journal, of all places, has reported last Sunday that it is no secret that Israel is helping the bad guys in Syria. Why doesn’t anyone call this diabolical enterprise one of the biggest crimes of the century? Why haven’t the Washington Post and even the Wall Street Journal taken the Israeli regime to task and asked them to stop?
Moreover, why are Zionist puppets interested in Russia when they are not devoted the same amount of time to one of America’s allies, Saudi Arabia, which by the way was involved in the 9/11 attack? Saudi Arabia, as Stephen Kinzer has recently written in the Boston Globe, is involved in destabilizing much of the Muslim world, most specifically Indonesia. Kinzer says:
- “Saudi Arabia has been working for decades to pull Indonesia away from moderate Islam and toward the austere Wahhabi form that is state religion in Saudi Arabia. The Saudis’ campaign has been patient, multi-faceted, and lavishly financed. It mirrors others they have waged in Muslim countries across Asia and Africa.”
American presidents have given decent Americans some Kool-Aid to calm their fears about Saudi Arabia, but we know that the Saudis are indeed bad for America and much of the world. The Washington Post and New World Order agents aren’t interested about that. They are interested in inciting a nuclear war with Russia. Let me lay it on the line right now for them: even if there were unreliable proof that Russia did meddle in the US election, I would still say,
“Go Russia. Perhaps that would teach the CIA and the Deep State to stop screwing countries around the world. Perhaps that would teach them the basic and elementary lesson that you cannot do to others what you would not have them do to you.”
And if New World Order agents keep saying that Russia is evil for allegedly meddling in US election, then they are inexorably saying that they themselves are evil for meddling in world affairs for more than sixty years.
 Daniel J. Flynn, Intellectual Morons: How Ideology Makes Smart People Fall for Stupid Ideas (New York: Crown Forum, 2004), 1.
 Greg Miller, Ellen Nakashima and Adam Entous, “Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault,” Washington Post, June 23, 2017.
 Douglas Valentine, The CIA as Organized Crime: How Illegal Operations Corrupt America and the World (Atlanta: Clarity Press, 2017).
 Peter Dale Scott, American War Machine: Deep Politics, the CIA Global Drug Connection, and the Road to Afghanistan (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2010 and 2014); Rebecca Gordon, Mainstreaming Torture: Ethical Approaches in the Post-9/11 United States (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014).
 David Talbot, The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government (New York: Harper Perennial, 2015).
 Peter Janney, Mary’s Mosaic: The CIA Conspiracy to Murder John F. Kennedy, Mary Pinchot Meyer, and Their Vision for World Peace (New York: Skyhorse Publishing, 2012).
 I am dealing with the popular definition of conspiracy here, which says that “conspiracy theories” have no proof for their claims.
 Peter Dale Scott, Drugs, Oil, and War: The United States in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Indochina (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003).
 Rory Jones, Noam Raydan, and Suha Ma’ayeh, “Israel Gives Secret Aid to Syrian Rebels,” Wall Street Journal, June 18, 2017.
 Stephen Kinzer, “Saudi Arabia is destabilizing the world,” Boston Globe, June 11, 2017.