This article is published specifically for one of my readers, Wolf, who I hope will not miss it. ~J 🙂
Vladimir Putin must have been very proud of himself by now because New World Order agents have already published countless anti-Putin books over the past three years or so.
…by Jonas E. Alexis
Putin must have been very proud of himself by now because New World Order agents have already published countless anti-Putin books over the past three years or so. There seems to be an anti-Putin industry where NWO gangsters can publish basically telepathic things about Putin.
NWO agents simply cannot understand how this man continues to rise above the ashes when they have done everything in their power to slander him and subvert or invert or pervert what he has said.
Listen to some of those book titles: Putinism: Russia and Its Future with the West, by Walter Laqueur (2015); Putinism: The Ideology (2013), by Anne Applebaum; Putinism: The Slow Rise of a Radical Right Regime in Russia (2013), by Marcel H. Van Herpen; The New Tsar: The Rise and Reign of Vladimir Putin (2015), by Steven Lee Myers; Winter Is Coming: Why Vladimir Putin and the Enemies of the Free World Must Be Stopped (2015), by Garry Kasparov; The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin (2013), by Masha Gessen; Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia?(2015), Karen Dawisha; Putin’s Wars: The Rise of Russia’s New Imperialism (2014), Marcel H. Van Herpen; The New Cold War: Putin’s Russia and the Threat to the West (2014), Edward Lucas; The Russia-China Axis: The New Cold War and America’s Crisis of Leadership (2014), Douglas E. Schoen and Melik Kaylan; The Evolution Of Putinism: Russia in Transition 1985-2015 (2015), by Glenn-Iain Steinback; Putin and Putinism (2015), edited by Ronald J. Hill and Ottorino Cappelli; Putin’s Propaganda Machine: Soft Power and Russian Foreign Policy, by Marcel H. Van Herpen. The list is almost endless.
We have certainly lost something in the intellectual culture. It used to be that whenever a person purports to write a scholarly or rigorous work, he has to present serious evidence. If he is writing a philosophical treatise, he has no choice but to pledge allegiance to deductive arguments and practical reason.
You simply cannot read Plato’s Republic or Aristotle’s Metaphysics without realizing that those men are dealing with heavy stuff. Those works are so heavy that they have stood the test of time. (For example, Aristotle posited the claim that money is sterile intercourse. The New World Order ignored that warning and we ended up with a crash market in 2008.)
You cannot read R. M. Douglas’s Orderly and Humane: The Expulsion of the Germans after the Second World War or Giles MacDonogh’s After the Reich: The Brutal History of the Allied Occupation or Alfred-Maurice de Zayas’ A Terrible Revenge: The Ethnic Cleansing of the East European Germans without coming to terms with the fact that those people went to the archives and searched for primary sources to back up their claims.
You cannot read David Irving’s Hitler’s War or Churchill’s War without giving the man credit for digging into forbidden territories, namely, archival documents. You may disagree with some of his conclusions, but a serious person should appreciate the work of people who are challenging what Irving calls “the traditional enemy of the truth.” “The conformist historian,” says Irving, “don’t like me because they just rely on second-hand sources or third hand sources, which you can get away with…It has an incestuous quality.”
For example, when asked the question, “What did Adolf Hitler know about the Holocaust?,” conformist historians, says Irving, have never been able to produce serious evidence. “They have been quoting each other like dogs running around in a circle,” declares Irving, but no one has ever been able to come up with reliable evidence for the so-called Holocaust. These people, Irving concludes, “are not going back to primary sources.”
Contrast that to what is happening to our culture. Now just about any mush-head can write a silly book, get published, and become a New York Times bestseller. It doesn’t matter whether the book will look ridiculous within five or ten years. Truth is not the intended goal. Money and popularity are the criteria for many.
Remember Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code? Remember how he literally forged his theories? Remember how he began his book by saying that “All descriptions of artwork, architecture, documents, and secret rituals in this novel are accurate”?
Well, Dan Brown goofed. And this time goofing means screwing people who really thought that “All descriptions and documents” were accurate. People plunked down the money to buy The Da Vinci Code but later realized that Brown tricked them in order to make millions of dollars. It is estimated that Brown made $250 million from The Da Vinci Codealone.