Response to Haaretz: Trump Officially Hands Syria Over To Russia And Iran… And That’s A Good Thing
In a recent piece over at Haaretz, Zvi Bar’el can be seen kvetching about Donald Trump delivering on his promise to put America First. The kvetching is hot and heavy and starts almost immediately. Globalist foreign policy thinkers are quite upset that Assad has slipped through their fingers since the election of Donald Trump. For the time being, it seems that Assad and the Syrian people have escaped the neoconservative crosshairs. It seems that the Syrian people lucked out and will not have the piss bombed out of them in order to bring them American-style “democracy”. Why is spreading “democracy” such a pertinent cause that globalists and Zionists push? Well, let’s refer back to one of my personal favorite thought criminals, Ezra Pound.
Naturally, globalists and Zionists are upset that Syria is being handed over to the Russians and Iranians. Actually, Shlomo, it is being handed over to the Syrian people. Regardless of what you may think of Bashar Al-Assad, he is the rightful leader of the Syrian people – not ISIS, not the Free Syrian Army, not the Kurds and certainly, not (((you))). We all know that Syria is not about stopping genocide or spreading democracy. It is actually part of a Zionist geopolitical initiative cooked up by neoconservatives in the 1990s called A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm. Anyone who has ever read Kevin MacDonald knows that neoconservatism is a political-intellectual movement aimed at advancing the interests of Jews at the expense of other ethno-cultural groups.
It should be no surprise that the Assad-Iran-Russia-Hezbollah axis is deemed to be public enemy number one of the globalists. They represent a resistance to what we in the Alt-Right refer to as globalism (or liberalism). They have formed a counter-hegemon against the United States which is currently Hellbent on creating a unipolar world i.e. a world under the domination of American hegemony. Regardless of what we in the Alt-Right may personally think about Assad, Hezbollah, Putin or Iran, we know that it is none of our business to intervene overseas. This is why the Alt-Right stood in opposition to Donald Trump over his missile strike in Syria. We believe in a non-interventionist foreign policy and we believe in a multipolar world.
Neocons, globalists and Zionists are finding allies to be fewer and far between these days. At the height of their power, it would have been inconceivable for a Republican of any kind to put forth an America First foreign policy. However, nowadays, Americans have war fatigue and Donald Trump destroyed the last shred of credibility the neoconservatives had during the 2016 GOP Republican Primary. Recently, former GOP presidential candidate, Patrick Buchanan, even asked, “Are America’s Wars Just and Moral?” Not only are Americans sick of the wars but they are even beginning to question the morality of such conflicts overseas. More and more Americans are arriving at the same conclusion that the Alt-Right has and that is that our wars overseas are immoral and unjust. Even many leftists, like Hawaiian Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, agree with the Alt-Right. Millions have died and millions more have lost their homes due to reckless neoconservative foreign policy adventures in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Egypt, and Yemen. This invade the world, invite the world policy is also fueling the displacement of Whites all over the world. Is the world better off now than it was prior to these conflicts? I don’t believe it is. Even if you do believe the world is better off, it is still not our place to reconstruct the world to fit our image of what the world should look like. The United States, under the influence of the Israel lobby, has brought about an immense amount of death and destruction to the world. Americans should reconsider the role the United States is to play in the world – and that means looking away from neoconservatives and the Israel lobby and looking to the Alt-Right for answers. With that said, I leave you with words of wisdom from Charles Lindbergh, spokesperson of the America First Committee: