April 25, 2017
Jews call it bigotry when you suggest their suicidal (for us) policy prescriptions for America are informed exclusively by the interests of Israel. That’s because it’s true, and the truth increases anger against Jews, which reduces their ability to kill us. That’s what Zionism is all about.
But Thomas L. Friedman’s April 12th Jew York Times editorial is a whole new level of Chutzpah. In it, he frames an unambiguous call for the US government to support the psychotic and aimless rapture cult of ISIS, a group that has attacked our country and Europe numerous times. His reasoning is that ISIS are the good guys because the chaos they foment leads to them killing thousands of Muslims/Christians who just want to be left alone.
That’s good for Israel.
You have to read this to believe it.
The Trump foreign policy team has been all over the map on what to do next in Syria — topple the regime, intensify aid to rebels, respond to any new attacks on innocent civilians. But when pressed, there is one idea everyone on the team seems to agree on: “The defeat of ISIS,” as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson put it.
Well, let me add to their confusion by asking just one question: Why?
Why should our goal right now be to defeat the Islamic State in Syria? Of course, ISIS is detestable and needs to be eradicated. But is it really in our interest to be focusing solely on defeating ISIS in Syria right now?
The other incarnation is “territorial ISIS.” It still controls pockets in western Iraq and larger sectors of Syria. Its goal is to defeat Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria — plus its Russian, Iranian and Hezbollah allies — and to defeat the pro-Iranian Shiite regime in Iraq, replacing both with a caliphate.
So what else could we do? We could dramatically increase our military aid to anti-Assad rebels, giving them sufficient anti-tank and antiaircraft missiles to threaten Russian, Iranian, Hezbollah and Syrian helicopters and fighter jets and make them bleed, maybe enough to want to open negotiations. Fine with me.
What else? We could simply back off fighting territorial ISIS in Syria and make it entirely a problem for Iran, Russia, Hezbollah and Assad. After all, they’re the ones overextended in Syria, not us. Make them fight a two-front war — the moderate rebels on one side and ISIS on the other. If we defeat territorial ISIS in Syria now, we will only reduce the pressure on Assad, Iran, Russia and Hezbollah and enable them to devote all their resources to crushing the last moderate rebels in Idlib, not sharing power with them.
This is a time for Trump to be Trump — utterly cynical and unpredictable. ISIS right now is the biggest threat to Iran, Hezbollah, Russia and pro-Shiite Iranian militias — because ISIS is a Sunni terrorist group that plays as dirty as Iran and Russia.
Trump should want to defeat ISIS in Iraq. But in Syria? Not for free, not now. In Syria, Trump should let ISIS be Assad’s, Iran’s, Hezbollah’s and Russia’s headache — the same way we encouraged the mujahedeen fighters to bleed Russia in Afghanistan.
Such a perspective might sound extreme, and the US is probably already supporting ISIS covertly, but Friedman’s piece in the “paper of record” calling for Trump to support the most obscene and barbaric terrorist group in recent memory is a common opinion among Jews.
Back in August, the Israeli think-tank “The Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies” released a paper titled “The Defeat of ISIS is a Strategic Mistake.” Israeli agents like Thomas Friedman have until now passively supported ISIS by calling for the US to invade Syria to overthrow Assad. Now they’re no longer mincing words in following this Israeli plan.
The continuing existence of IS serves a strategic purpose. Why help the brutal Assad regime win the Syrian civil war? Many radical Islamists in the opposition forces, i.e., Al Nusra and its offshoots, might find other arenas in which to operate closer to Paris and Berlin. Is it in the West’s interests to strengthen the Russian grip on Syria and bolster its influence in the Middle East? Is enhancing Iranian control of Iraq congruent with American objectives in that country? Only the strategic folly that currently prevails in Washington can consider it a positive to enhance the power of the Moscow-Tehran-Damascus axis by cooperating with Russia against IS.
Furthermore, Hizballah – a radical Shiite anti-Western organization subservient to Iran – is being seriously taxed by the fight against IS, a state of affairs that suits Western [JEWISH] interests. A Hizballah no longer involved in the Syrian civil war might engage once again in the taking of western hostages and other terrorist acts in Europe.
The Western distaste for IS brutality and immorality should not obfuscate strategic clarity. IS are truly bad guys, but few of their opponents are much better. Allowing bad guys to kill bad guys sounds very cynical, but it is useful and even moral to do so if it keeps the bad guys busy and less able to harm the good guys. The Hobbesian reality of the Middle East does not always present a neat moral choice.
Moreover, instability and crises sometimes contain portents of positive change. Unfortunately, the Obama administration fails to see that its main enemy is Iran. The Obama administration has inflated the threat from IS in order to legitimize Iran as a “responsible” actor that will, supposedly, fight IS in the Middle East. This was part of the Obama administration’s rationale for its nuclear deal with Iran and central to its “legacy,” which is likely to be ill-remembered.
ISIS has yet to attack Israel, so when this Jew, Efraim Inbar, talks about ISIS killing “bad guys,” he means “bad goys” like Hezbollah, Russians and Iranians trying to keep some semblance of civilization in the Middle East. Those Bad Goys also include the untold hundreds of white people killed in ISIS terrorist attacks across the Western world in the last couple of years.
Whenever you look at another image of a French or German child who was run over by a truck, think of these demonic vermin who are enabling the current state of affairs just to give their own race an incremental leg up in geopolitics.
I cannot stress just how dangerous the Jewish people are. They are the greatest threat to mankind the world has ever seen due to the sheer amount of power concentrated in their hands.
Make sure the world knows @tomfriedman and the New York Times are now supporters of some of the most brutal terrorism ever caught on tape, and that their Jewishness is not an incidental novelty or flair, but the sole driver of everything they think and promote.
Can Jews like Friedman, who dedicate hundreds of pages of text to “tolerance” and “diversity” really function in good faith when they simultaneously support Israel and ISIS?
They don’t believe in any of that crap. That’s just sugar coating on the intellectual arsenic they feed the Goyim.