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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:

 

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James Phillips
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How did support for adversaries like Russia, Iran and Syria, and opposition to Israel, come to be regarded as rightwing?

jaye VBellis
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I wish that this was the case that Americans particularly in the South and Midwest were red pilled about the JQ and strongly opposed foreign wars for foreign/israeli interests. My feeling is that there is a bit less excitement for these Neo Con job foreign wars, but it’s still a gut reaction of Amurikuns to support the military, spread American style FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY and strongly oppose the latest Hitler, first it was Saddam, then it’s been Vladimir Putin with sometimes substitution of Syria’s Assad who is supposedly…. GASSING LITTLE CHILDREN- maybe even 6 MILLION. I saw all this in… Read more »
WR_the_realist
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We in the alt right are more pro-peace than any of the leftists.

McSwag
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I wouldn’t be celebrating too soon. Iran is still a target. And then there’s China and Russia. America’s warmongering lunacy will not be ending any time soon(ever).

WR_the_realist
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Yes, Trump is wildly inconsistent. He blames Iran for all the terrorism when the Sunni extremists in al Qaeda and al Nusra are inspired by the Wahabi doctrine from Saudi Arabia, and al Nusra has been funded by Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile Iran backed Hezbollah is fighting against the Sunni terrorists. Yet Trump thinks Saudi Arabia is our friend.

McSwag
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But can he(or anyone else) really believe that? There must be other factors at work(AIPAC,along with Saudi money)

Pareto
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I’m always surpised Old Ez doesn’t get more love from the Alt Right. I took some of my first redpills from Eustace Mullins/Ezra Pound.

Josh Zeidner
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Once again the author takes the reader on a trip through his anti-Israel paranoia and failed attempt at constructing a plausible world view.

Pareto
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Oh gawd all of this goyim knowing is getting out of hand. Better shut it down. Have you made plans for Aliyah yet? I would do it while you still can.

Yehudah Finkelstein
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Shalom L’Chaim Joshua!

Cascadia
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🇸🇾🔪🇮🇱➡️😍😁🎉✌🏻

Orlando
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I am from and live in Central America. I totally agree in AltRight views of a strong, independent U.S. And I dispise libs immigration policies and their enticement to do so. For decades Mexico and Central American governments have served their own interests and encouraged mass migration of their poor to U.S., with no need to improve their people’s welfare. Trump is the first one in decades who has started to put real pressure to their lucrative game.

unpaidpundit
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I’m pleased that Trump has decided to end the CIA’s program of arming Syrian rebels. There are no good guys in Syria. It is folly for the U.S. to be in the business of nation building and social engineering in foreign, non-Western, cultures. The cultures of the Middle East are especially alien to us. Western Civilization and Islamic Civilization mix like oil and water. I’m still concerned by the fact that Trump’s rhetoric favors the Arabs over the Iranians, when we can probably find it easier to work with the Shia Persians than the Sunni Arabs. Trump’s decision to withdraw… Read more »
VindenVänder
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Charles Lindbergh — a magnificient Swedish-American pioneer, inventor and multifaceted genius.

One of his numerous brilliant remarks that should be inscripted in red (pilled) ink on each and every right arm of our European political leaders, reads as follows:

“Our civilization depends on peace among Western (i.e. White) nations … and therefore on united strength, for Peace is a virgin who dare not show her face without Strength, her father, for protection.”

Ajudeo
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Why are the Neocons going Insane over President Trump banning Transgenders from the Military??

WEIRD……

http://www.mediaite.com/online/bill-kristol-slams-trump-over-transgender-military-ban-he-thinks-its-a-dictatorship/

http://www.mediaite.com/tv/krauthammer-ridicules-trump-over-really-bizarre-transgender-ban-not-how-you-run-a-railroad/

President Trump really pisses the Jews off……….Left and Right…..

MAGA!!

Ha!!

Crud Bonemeal
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Neo-cons, liberal interventionists, etc., love the idea of the United States Military as a “global force for good”

And by a global force for good they mean “a global force for poz”

Albionic American
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Because Neocons and other Happy Merchants want to use transgenders to humiliate and trash traditionally male and efficient institutions.

You have to understand the unified theory of degeneracy, subversion and dispossession here. All the the groups forced on us at gunpoint – blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, feminists and people with broken sexuality – serve no other purpose than to make ordinary, functional white people’s lives worse.

Yehudah Finkelstein
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Like Dick Spencer says, They need us and we don’t need them.

kamenetz
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Vlad can have Syria. After all it’s much closer to Russia, so let him handle the “threat”. We need our military on OUR border, protecting it and serving our country!

silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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 I agree with the rest of your article, but I think you’re overstating your case here. In virtue of what exactly is Assad the “rightful leader of the Syrian people”? We might not be particularly fond of them (for good reason), but 75% of Syrians are Sunnis, and they’re rightfully (I think) pissed off at having so little say in how their country is run. Now okay, this is the Alt… Read more »
Orlando
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There are tons on videos and pictures that show most anti-Assad fighters are foreigners, especially gulf states.

silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

How do you know they’re foreigners from just looking at them?

Crud Bonemeal
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It’s hard to know for sure what people think, but it’s worth keeping in mind that Assad’s army is heavily Sunni, including many higher ups and that his policy in the years prior to the civil war had been a move AWAY from Alawite supremacism and towards conciliation with the Sunnis, even going so far as to force his Alawites to start superficially adopting more Sunni-like customs and taking a Sunni QT wife. If it was a purely sectarian conflict it would have gone much worse for him, I don’t think Alawites are superior enough to take on 75% of… Read more »
silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

I never claimed it was Alawites alone, rather an alliance (of sorts) between the 25% that is not Sunni Arab and the Sunni Arabs who, for whatever ideological reason, preferred the Assad’s (eg Baathists, Syrian nationalists).

Johnny Fascismo
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Finally a white pill from the Trump administration.

Someone
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What are all the pill colors and what do they represent?

Jotunn Dovregubben
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..comment image

Orlando
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Man, I know a lot of those Blue Pill people, Barca jersey and all. Jeez!

Johnny Fascismo
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Red Pill = Enlightened, you see through the lies, the world how it really is (Like in the Matrix)
Blue Pill = Living the Lie (Like in the Matrix)
Black Pill = Nihilism, no hope, no future
White Pill = Glimmer of Light, hope for the future
Iron Pill = Ubermensch

Someone
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Thanks

Johnny Fascismo
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No problemo.

Ajudeo
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True…..

Crud Bonemeal
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Didn’t anyone over at zionist neo-con HQ think of the possibility that installing a Shiite dominated democracy in Iraq might end up empowering Iran… the Shiite power in the region?

jaye VBellis
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Israeli policie to the Arab/Kurd/Persian nations, communities, tribal areas is very similar to Roman policies to German tribes after the Roman’s pulled out of Germany after their legions were slaughtered in the Tutenborg Forrest.

The Romans made alliance with border German tribes, use them as mercenaries and generally tried to stir up lots of German tribe vs German tribe fights. The Israelis do the same, backing one side, then the next, just wanting constant war and conflict so Israel’s neighbors don’t unite and march on Israel, or back back Palestinian Intafatas

Cascadia
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I think maybe that wasn’t even the point, it just sounded better than “we’re gonna fuck shit up in the ME cause if the Arabs are at each other’s throats they won’t care about Palestine anymore”.

jaye VBellis
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Yep. It’s the same with the Jew devil TV in all American living rooms. The program is to just cause degeneracy, disrespect and chaos.

We did a Farstar cartoon with this subject

http://www.occidentaldissent.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/TV-Devil.jpg

Orlando
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It also baffles me how no one foresaw the loss of Crimea when they pushed for regime change in Ukraine.

le Père Mersenne
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Putin would have been deposed if he had allowed Sevastopol to became a ZATO port. He really had no choice once the ‘color coup’ succeeded. Any idiot could have predicted the Russian reaction to a Ukraine aligned with ZATO.

Yehudah Finkelstein
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Like I said, Hubris. The Neocons are not that smart.

Ajudeo
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Like Most Dorks……

They seem Really Smart……

But, lack Common Sense……

Yehudah Finkelstein
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Occam’s Razor. There is no massive, secret Jew plot. Neocon Jews thought they could just overthrow Saddam and set up an American-Israeli satrap in Iraq. The hubris of neocon Jews was off the charts following the Cold War and exploded 6 million fold after 9-11.

orbit
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Yeah Occam’s Razor is good. Unfortunately I’m getting disenfranchised with this movement.. it used to be a bit more cerebral (ie race realist libertarians) but everyone’s getting really fucking dumb… buying into any stupid conspiracy theory that fits their narrative – whether it’s about the Middle East or WW2/Holocaust denial.. oh God don’t get me started on the unironic Nazi spergs too. Before everyone laughed at signalling but now they do the same shit. Count the amount of TRS memes in this article alone. Everything has to be black and white, absolutist retardation .. and whats worse they paint it… Read more »
Yehudah Finkelstein
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There’s nothing cerebral about libertarians and they are the spergiest absolutists out there.

orbit
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I’m kidding I don’t really know what libertarians are. I mean apolitical internet savy huwhyte males who suddenly switched on after 9/11. The same people who thought the flag waving was stupid and primitive and politics was a scam.

Micene
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Conspiracy theories? Do you believe arabs did 9/11?

orbit
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Yeah didn’t we get the memo? We’re not saying Bush did it since 2016.. now it’s all about using it as an example of a major high casualty Muslim terror attack in the US.

unpaidpundit
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I think the neocon “intellectuals” really believed that the overthrow of Saddam Hussein would lead to the outbreak of love, hope, joy, peace, democracy and capitalism in Iraq.

jaye VBellis
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Nah, the Jews like religious, tribal, racial chaos in areas next to them. They do the same thing here in the USA promoting open borders mass 3rd world immigration invasions of everyone and anyone include Islamists and also incite Blacks to hate White people, hate the police – when it’s constant tribal chaos regular folks can focus on the fact that the Jews dominate the media mafia, own the Fed Reserve pack the Supreme Court With Jews from Harvard Law school who insists it’s the law of the land that Whites must be constantly insulted and attacked and dispossessed.

Yehudah Finkelstein
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The first generation of neocons like Norman Podhoretz and Irving Kristol were actual intellectuals who could engage our figures like Sam Francis and Pat Buchanan in debate.

What followed were there doofus sons like Bill Kristol and John Podhoretz who achieved easy sinecures and never had to put forth any cogent arguments. Even the best 2nd generation neocon argument, “The End of History” meme following the Cold War, was from the Japanese Francis Fukuyama and not one of these losers living off their dad’s reputation.

Crud Bonemeal
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That’s what I view as the most likely explanation.

It relates to the limitations of high verbal IQ. They were able to make an entire nation dance to their tune, but they couldn’t really predict the consequences of what they made us do.

silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

It wouldn’t surprise me if that was precisely the point. I think they viewed Saddam as a bumbling, keystone cops dictator, while Iran was long seen as a serious threat. Establishing a Shiite power base in Iraq would make the U.S. more likely to attack Iran, so they were trying to kill two birds with one stone. Well, I think all this is a possibility anyway, even if it sounds a bit “conspiratorial.”

orbit
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Uh, I presume you know the Iranian Revolutionion happened in 1979? And everyone was pissed? So that documentary wasn’t made in a vaacum…

silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

Yeah, no kidding. I never claimed Jews had it in for Iran without reason!

Orlando
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It is impossible to view Shiites as an invading force. They are more isolationists than anything else. Wahabbis on the other hand, are bent on world domination.

silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

Yeah, I’m not particularly worried about Shiites (though of course I don’t want any around me either). When I’ve asked Lebanese Christians which brand of muzzies they prefer, they’ve usually said Shiites.

ɱØяñιηg$ʇðя ©™
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Was it the one narrated by Orson Welles?

silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ

No, it was narrated by Australian actor John Waters. See here The footage is unfortunately cropped, but watchable. The segment on the future begins around 1:04:00.

Crud Bonemeal
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It’s possible.

Sometimes they seem to have enormous capacity for foresight, other times they just seem like short term thinking con-men whose cons eventually catch up with them.

Were the neo-cons proper merely pawns to be thrown away after accomplishing one objective? Or did they really think we’d still like Bill Kristol right now?

The other question is to what extent they intended to cause the refugee crisis and to what extent it was an accident, happy or otherwise.

silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
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silviosilver ✓ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ ˢᵘᵖᵖᵒʳᵗᵉʳ
The other question is to what extent they intended to cause the refugee crisis and to what extent it was an accident, happy or otherwise. That’s a good question. I’m not really sure. On the one hand, foreseeing that a war would create refugees isn’t rocket science. But to foresee this many ‘refugees’? And to foresee that western leaders would be this pusillanimous in the face of the tidal wave (as opposed to growing more ethnocentric)? I think that would take some uncommon foresight. My suspicion is they merely regard it as a fortuitous byproduct which not only dilutes Europe… Read more »
tz1
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The fundamental error of the NeoCons was never to actually win any war, but only to push it enough to get a quagmire. Bush created two, they are pushing for Syria, and they turned Libya in to a mess, and now refugees are flooding Europe, and while news there is all but censored, we see stories about the rapefugees, riots, etc.

I don’t think they will be listened to until we get out of what is left of Iraq and Afghanistan. Even if it is a pretense of victory like we did in Vietnam.

Bob
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Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Egypt, and Yemen… what did these Nation have that the Deep State wanted? Their National Banks … its about the Babylon world financial control ….

Bob
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