Contrary to what Darwinian metaphysics later posited, history or the universe or even human beings are not meaningless or purposeless. There is a logos in history which can be apprehended by those who love the truth.
by Jonas E. Alexis, Veterans Today
In response to the prevailing notion among New World Order agents that he is Hitler reincarnate, a dictator, a James bond villain, and that Russia has violated international law, Putin brilliantly said:
“I invite you to publish the world map in your newspaper and to mark all the US military bases on it. You will see the difference…
“American submarines are on permanent alert off the Norwegian coast; they are equipped with missiles that can reach Moscow in 17 minutes. But we dismantled all of our bases in Cuba a long time ago, even the non-strategic ones. And you would call us aggressive?
“As for us, we are not expanding anywhere; it is NATO infrastructure, including military infrastructure, that is moving towards our borders. Is this a manifestation of our aggression?
“Finally, the United States unilaterally withdrew from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, which was to a large extent the cornerstone of the entire international security system.
“Anti-missile systems, bases and radars are located in the European territory or in the sea, e.g. in the Mediterranean Sea, and in Alaska. We have said many times that this undermines international security. Do you think this is a display of our aggression as well?”
Here Putin actually destroys the Zionist project which Satan worshipers and New World Order agents have tried to implement for years in the West.
NWO agents will never accept Putin’s challenge precisely because they have relentlessly used the U.S. to destroy countries in the Middle East and elsewhere. Once again, if this is news to some, take a look at Iraq and Afghanistan.
Moreover, while the Neoconservatives and other Zionist flagships want to divert our attention to countries like Russia, China, Brazil, and North Korea, the same people do not want to face the fact that our attention should be on the country that has damaged America and much of the West the most: Israel.
Russia or China has never threatened to annihilate any country, but Israel has. If this is news to some, then we must bring in Israeli military historian Martin van Creveld again, who said unequivocally:
“We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets for our air force…. We have the capability to take the world down with us. And I can assure you that that will happen before Israel goes under.”
Imagine if Putin or Iranian officials happen to utter such a declaration. What do you think New World Order agents and Satan worshipers would do?
Wouldn’t they incestuously and incoherently produce the declaration in the media ad infinitum? Remember how they ridiculously perpetuated the lie that Ahmadinejad wanted to wipe Israel off the map?
Now here is your small homework. Get a microphone, present the Creveld statement to any American and even many politicians that you encounter. Erase the word “Israel” and replace it with a blank space. Ask each person to fill the blank space with any country in the world.
Do you seriously think that they are going to place Israel there? Do the homework, and the result will be mind-boggling.
What we are seeing here is that Putin continues to beat New World Order agents and Satan worshipers at their own game. Putin did not even use highly technical terms. He just used common sense and a small dose of understanding. NWO agents and Satan worshipers could not even stand simple logic. They were out in one strike.
One can easily say that Putin is a product of what Hegel would have called “the cunning of reason.” The cunning of reason is basically a “term for a hidden dynamic or dialectic which sums the consequences of actions in ways unforeseen by the actors.”
As Robert C. Tucker would summarize Hegel’s point here:
“the Idea of Reason does not work itself out in history in a manner which would seem reasonable on the surface. It is not actualized in this or that of its stages as a consequence of men consciously adopting it as their ideal and striving to translate it into reality through their mode of life and conduct.”
History, then, “fulfills its ulterior rational designs in an indirect and sly manner. It does so by calling into play the irrational element in human nature, the passions.”
Hegel argues very clearly that this world “is not prey to chance and external, contingent causes, but is governed by providence.” He moves on to say that “the world’s events are controlled by a providence, indeed by divine providence,” and this “divine providence is wisdom, coupled with infinite power, which realizes its ends, i.e., the absolute and rational design of the world…”
So, contrary to what Darwinian metaphysics later posited, history or the universe or even human beings are not meaningless or purposeless. There is a logos in history which can be apprehended by those who love the truth.
If history is meaningless, then there is no ultimate reason to fight for what is right, to pursue the truth and to debunk myths and ideology.
“That world history is governed by an ultimate design, that it is a rational process—whose rationality is not that of a particular subject, but a divine and absolute reason—this is a proposition whose truth we must assume; its proof lies in the study of world history itself, which is the image and enactment of reason.”
A classic example of Hegel’s principle here would again be Putin and the Soviet Union. Virtually no person would have believed that the former Soviet Union would produce a man like Putin.
Sure, he is imperfect; just as you can find flaws in the life of every single human beings, there is no doubt that one can pinpoint some of his shortcomings.
But whether you like Putin or not, he is certainly making New World Order agents and Satan worshipers angry, which is a good thing. As we have pointed out earlier, Putin sort of changed the course of history a bit when he argued that the New World Order worships Satan.
Putin is right in line with Christian and even Muslim thought here, for we are told that Satan seeks to destroy “the nations of the world” (Isaiah 14:12). It is no accident that his kids would follow that pattern. It is pertinent again to bring in Jewish Neocon Michael Ledeen.
Speaking for the Dreadful Few, Ledeen did not hesitate to say:
“‘Creative destruction is our middle name, both within our society and abroad. We tear down the old order every day, from business to science, literature, art, architecture, and cinema to politics and the law. Our enemies have always hated this whirlwind of energy and creativity which menaces their traditions (whatever they may be) and shames them for their inability to keep pace… We must destroy them to advance our historic mission.”
This argument can easily be explored in other territories. For example, around 2003, the Neocons drew a line on the sand and began to name countries which to them ought to be destroyed:
“Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas, the Palestinian Authority, and ‘militant Islam.’”
There is more:
“In 1992, a startling document was leaked from the office of Paul Wolfowitz at the Pentagon. Barton Gellman of the Washington Post called it a “classified blueprint intended to help ‘set the nation’s direction for the next century.’” The Wolfowitz Memo called for a permanent U.S. military presence on six continents to deter all “potential competitors from even aspiring to a larger regional or global role.” Containment, the victorious strategy of the Cold War, was to give way to an ambitious new strategy designed to ‘establish and protect a new order.’
“Though the Wolfowitz Memo was denounced and dismissed in 1992, it became American policy in the 33-page National Security Strategy (NSS) issued by President Bush on Sept. 21, 2002. Washington Post reporter Tim Reich describes it as a ‘watershed in U.S. foreign policy’ that ‘reverses the fundamental principles that have guided successive Presidents for more than 50 years: containment and deterrence.’”
This is clearly a covert activity which is clearly under the guiding hands of Satan worshipers and New World Order agents like Leedeen, Bill Kristol, Daniel Pipes, etc. Sometimes this covert plan can be really wicked and evil and most importantly diabolical.
If one needs proof, ask Pipes. He said that America should support both the Syrian rebels/ terrorists and Assad so that both sides would end up killing each other!
When blood flows all over Syria, when Assad or the Syrian terrorists no longer exist, then New World Order agents and Satan worshipers like Pipes can proclaim victory.
That, my friends, is diabolical. So when Putin started challenging that diabolical premise on moral and religious terms, Kevin Barrett and I were more than happy to applaud the man.
As Barrett put it again:
“God bless President Putin, who is putting the fear of God into the New World Order.”
 Owen Jones, “David Cameron and the cynicism of comparing Putin to Hitler,” Guardian, September 3, 2014; Trent Franks, “Prince Charles is right: Similarites between Putin and Hitler are uncanny,” Fox News, May 23, 2014; “Hitler, Putin and the first lesson of history,” Daily Mail, February 11, 2015; Michael B. Kelley, “12 Prominent People Who Compared Putin To Hitler Circa 1938,” Business Insider, May 22, 2014.
 Alex Massie, “Vladimir Putin’s Russia is no longer just an authoritarian state; it is a dictatorship,” The Spectator, March 2, 2015; Leonid Bershidsky, “Putin Disappears Like a Dictator,” Bloomberg, March 12, 2015; Masha Gessen, “The Dictator,” NY Times, May 21, 2012; Ben Judah, “Behind the Scenes in Putin’s Court: The Private Habits of a Latter-Day Dictator,” Newsweek, July 23, 2014.
 Jonathan Jones, Think Vladimir Putin looks like a Bond villain? It’s more serious than that,” Guardian, August 19, 2015.
 “US accuses Russia of missile violations to cover Europe deployment plans – Moscow,” Russia Today, June 9, 2015.
 “Putin: ‘Publish A World Map And Mark All The U.S. Military Bases On It. You Will See The Difference Between Russia And The US,’” Mint Press News, June 8, 2015.
 See for example Zachary Keck, “Why America Should Fear China’s Hypersonic Nuclear Missile,” National Interest, June 15, 2015. Andrew S. Erickson and Kevin bon, “Dredging Under the Radar: China Expands South Sea Foothold,” National Interest, August 26, 2015; These guys have got to be kidding. China has never threatened to annihilate countries in the West via nuclear bombs, but the Israeli regime has.
 Erich Farnsworth, “America Must Take Brazil Seriously,” National Interest, June 15, 2015.
 Leon V. Sigal, “Wake Up, America: North Korea Is Running out of Patience,” National Interest, June 16, 2015.
 For studies on this, see John J. Mearsheimer Stephen M. Walt, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2007); Paul R. Pillar, Intelligence and U.S. Foreign Policy (New York: Columbia University Press, 2011); Grant F. Smith, Divert!: Numec, Zalman Shapiro and the Diversion of Us Weapons Grade Uranium Into the Israeli Nuclear Weapons Program (Washington: Middle Eastern Policy, Inc., 2012);
 Quoted in “The War Game,” Guardian, September 21, 2003; Avner Cohen, Israel and the Bomb (New York: Columbia University Press, 1998).
 Martin Hollis, The Cunning of Reason (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), 5.
 Robert C. Tucker, “The Cunning of Reason in Hegel and Marx,” The Review of Politics, Vol. 18, NO 3, July 1956: 269-295.
 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Lectures on the Philosophy of World History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975 and 1998), 35.
 We will delve into this issue in the next article.
 Ibid., 28.
 Patrick J. Buchanan, “Whose War?,” American Conservative, March 24, 2003.