Jonas E. Alexis — Veterans Today March 3, 2014
Perceptive observers have been somewhat shocked to see how the U.S. has continued to create panic in countries such as Ukraine. It has been reported that the CIA has been doing covert operation in that region.
Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and now Syria are not enough. Neo-Bolsheviks have to jump around from one country to the next, looking for fresh blood.
What’s more interesting is that the United States can tell Russia that intervening in Ukraine would be a “grave mistake,” but the United States, in the words of Paul Craig Roberts, is covertly destabilizing Ukraine.
Neocon Jonathan S. Tobin of Commentary declared that:
“The Obama administration still has the opportunity to send a strong message to Russian President Vladimir Putin to punish Moscow for this aggression in response to the ouster of one of their stooge in Kiev by a popular uprising.”
Other neocons such Max Boot are saying that Russia is being aggressive; Boot even likens Vladimir Putin’s policy to that of Hitler’s!
Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard wants Obama to “isolate the Putin regime diplomatically, politically, and economically” because, to Kristol, Putin has crossed the neocon red line.
Putin had already stirred the Zionist pot by putting the Pussy Riot in jail for a short time. For the Zionist state, that was one of Putin’s bad moves.
What actually did not get reported in the Zionist media was that in their attempt to ridicule Russian elections, members of the Pussy Riot were also performing literal sex orgies in public places, most superficially at the Moscow Zoological Museum. As the Moscow-based newspaper The eXile (a sort Russian version of the Rolling Stone) put it, they literally:
“stripped off their clothes and started fucking in the middle of Moscow’s Biology Museum in an act they called ‘Fuck For Medvedev!’
“They managed to gather a few photographers and a banner, popped a bunch of Viagra, and fucked on the floor for about 10 minutes before getting thrown out.”
Many of those pictures are too graphic to be put on display here, so we only have two shots. But if readers want to understand the political herpes that the neo-Bolsheviks in America were supporting and why the Pussy Riot were literal “art terrorists,” to use the Guardian’s own words, the pictures can be viewed online.
Some of the members were part of a group called “Voina,” which means “war” in Russian, and they ended up “painting a 60-metre penis on St Petersburg’s Liteiny Bridge just in time for it to be raised in mocking glory over the town’s FSB (ex-KGB) headquarters. Entitled Dick Captured By the SFB, it remained in raised position for hours.”
Voina was founded by two young Jewish revolutionaries Oleg Vasilyev and his wife Natalia Sokol. Vasilyev is a philosophy graduate from Moscow State University. Voina’s model was the Bolshevik revolution, and it was inevitable that they would promote literal anarchy to get things done.
“On 1 May 2007, Voina staged a celebration of International Worker’s Day, entitled Mordovian Hour, by throwing live cats over the counters at the McDonald’s restaurant at Serpukhovskaya, Moscow, ‘to break up the drudgery of workers’ routine day…’
“On 6 May 2008 Voina activists, entered a small police station in Bolshevo near Moscow. They hung a portrait of Dmitri Medvedev on the prison bars, and hung posters with phrases such as ‘Kill the immigrants’ and ‘Abandon hope all ye who enter here.’ They then formed a human pyramid, and recited Prigov poems.
“On 3 July 2008 Oleg Vorotnikov wore the robe of a Russian Orthodox priest and the hat of a police officer, entered a supermarket, then left without paying for a full cart of groceries, to demonstrate the ‘invulnerability’ of these groups.
“On the night of 6–7 November 2008, Voina gained access to a room in the attic of the Hotel Ukraina, across from the Russian White House building, seat of the Government of the Russian Federation. Using subterfuge, they brought an enormous laser projector into the hotel.
“They became trapped with the projector in an elevator, but broke through the ceiling, and disabled its door mechanism. The equipment was used to project a skull and crossbones, 12 stories tall, onto the facade of the White House building. Meanwhile, other activists staged a “storming” of the building, by scaling the 8-meter iron gates in front of it.
“On 28 December 2008, members of Voina welded shut the entrance doors of the restaurant Oprichnik, using an acetylene torch and metal sheets. A message was left at the scene: “For the security of our citizens, the doors of the elite club Oprichnik have been reinforced.
“In May 2009, Voina members interrupted a courtroom hearing for the director of the Andrei Sakharov Museum and Public Center, which was being held in Moscow.
“They billed themselves as a punk band called ‘Dick in the Ass’ and performed a song, ‘All Cops are Bаstards, Remember This,’ using instruments and a small amplifier which they had smuggled into the courtroom.
“At the Verkhovna Rada building, house of the Ukrainian Parliament, [Alexander] Volodarsky [a member of the group] and his girlfriend were arrested for stripping naked and simulating public sex.
“During the night of 14 June 2010, Voina painted a giant 65 m long phallus on the surface of the Liteyny drawbridge leading to the Bolshoy Dom, headquarters of the Federal Security Service in Saint Petersburg. This painting was entitled Giant Galactic Space Penis.
“On 20 July 2010, Voina staged one of their more notorious actions in the Nakhodka supermarket in St. Petersburg.
“A female Voina activist nicknamed ‘Vacuous Cunt With Inconceivably Huge Tits’ removed a chicken from the refrigerated section of the supermarket, then laboriously stuffed the entire chicken into her own vagina, while being filmed by other Voina members.
“She then shoplifted the chicken by leaving the supermarket without paying, with the chicken still inserted, and rejoined protesters outside the store.
“The activists held signs spelling out the word ‘bezblyadno,’ which translates roughly as ‘without whoring,’ a reference to the group’s rejection of paid employment and preference for stealing food, and a pun on the word besplatno, ‘free (of charge).’
“On 20 September 2010, members of Voina overturned a police car by rocking it from side to side, on the pretext of retrieving a football for Vorotnikov and Sokol’s son Kasper.
“In a more drastic and destructive turn of events, on 31 December 2011, Voina committed an arson attack in St. Petersburg, in which a police paddy wagon vehicle was destroyed.”
The list is almost endless. Yet this is the kind of sexual and political anarchy that the neo-Bolsheviks in American and elsewhere were supporting.
When Vasilyev (or Vorotnikov) was arrested, the British street artist Bansky donated at least ten thousand dollars for his release. And what was the message that Vorotnikov wanted people to hear? Listen to him:
“Voina is waging a relentless struggle against the current Russian authorities.”
It was no accident, then, that members of the Pussy Riot were Trotskyites. And it was no accident that the neoconservatives were supporting them in an implicit way. In their song “Virgin Mary, Put Putin Away,” they sang in part:
“The head of the KGB, their chief saint,
Leads protesters to prison under escort
In order not to offend His Holiness
Women must give birth and love
Shit, shit, the Lord’s shit!
Shit, shit, the Lord’s shit!
Virgin Mary, Mother of God, become a feminist
Become a feminist, become a feminist
The Church’s praise of rotten dictators
The cross-bearer procession of black limousines
A teacher-preacher will meet you at school
Go to class – bring him money!
Patriarch Gundyaev believes in Putin
Bitch, better believe in God instead
The belt of the Virgin can’t replace mass-meetings
Mary, Mother of God, is with us in protest!
Virgin Mary, Mother of God, put Putin away
Рut Putin away, put Putin away
They could not perform their incantation in their private homes, but instead they had to break into a Russian cathedral and insult the authorities. What was even more heart-broken was that much of the Western world blamed Putin for placing those rebels behind bars.
And get this: in February of last year, the New York Times called Iran, Russia, and the Vatican “the Axis of Evil.” In the same month, the Times of Israel labeled Russia, Iran, North Korea, China, among other countries, the “axis of evil.”
Back in 2012, Robert Mackey of the New York Times wrote an article entitled, “Putin Jokes About Orgies to Case Pussy Riot Protesters as Degenerates.” Mackey seemed to leave the impression that Putin was wrongly accusing the Pussy Riot group.
If having sex with a dead chicken at a supermarket—a public place!—is not degeneracy, what is?
What we are seeing here is that the Zionists and neo-Bolsheviks are really desperate. They will support any movement that seems to ally with their revolutionary ideology. They would have made a stronger point had they distanced themselves from the Pussy Riot and Voina.
And by supporting the Pussy Riot, the neoconservatives/neo-Bolsheviks indirectly ended up saying that sexual degeneracy and—quite frankly, pornography—can be used as a weapon to combat perceived enemies.
For example, Bill Kristol’s mother was Gertrude Himmelfarb, an expert on literature. Let us assume that Himmelfarb read Euripides’ The Bacchae, and let us further assume that she actually read it to her son Bill. Let us once again presuppose that Bill understood it very clearly.
If those assumptions turn out to be true, then Bill knows very well the lesson of Pentheus: no country can survive when sexual debauchery becomes the norm. Even Pentheus, who was supposed to be a model for morality, ended up losing his own life due to unbridled sexual lust.
Let us suppose that Bill has never read The Bacchae. But surely he must have read Freud or Reich, who would agree with Pentheus.
Is that one reason why the neoconservatives supported the Pussy Riot? Once again, why did they fail to tell us that the Pussy Riot actually performed sex orgies and acts of violence in public places?
Moreover, aren’t we repeating history here? Didn’t we see this sexual invasion in the 1920s in Weimar Germany? Didn’t that cause a violent reaction?
If Putin is to be on equal footing with Nazi Germany, then surely Boot and other neocons should not be upset when former neocon Francis Fukuyama placed the neoconservative movement on the same platform with Stalin and Trotsky. Why?
Because the end result of Stalin’s ideology was the killing of innocent lives. And the end result of the neoconservative ideology in the Middle East and elsewhere is the killing of innocent lives.
After all, it was Irving Kristol, the godfather of the neoconservative movement, who bragged that the
“honor I most prized was the fact that I was a member in good standing of the [Trotskyist] Young People’s Socialist League (Fourth International).”
Kristol, in an implicit way, continued to say that neoconservatism and Trotskyism are basically two sides of the same coin. He wrote that revolutionaries like himself
“did not forsake their Jewish heritage to replace it with another form of cultural identity or ethnic belonging. What they sought can best be described as an abstract and futuristic idealism of assimilation qua emancipation in a denationalized and secularized democratic society, ideally of universal scope.
“Leaving the world of their childhood did not necessarily imply its total abandonment in one act of irreversible forgetfulness. For many this departure under the sacred halo of socialism was the next best solution to their own existential problems—a solution that was enormously attractive since it also held out the utopian promise of the ‘genuine emancipation’ of all Jews in a socialist republic of universal brotherhood devoid of national, religious, and social discrimination or even distinctions.”
President Obama even had the audacity to say that Putin’s action was a “breach of international law, including Russia’s obligations under the UN Charter, and of its 1997 military basing agreement with Ukraine.” Kerry declared almost the same thing, moving on to say that “all options” were “on the table” with respect to Russia.
President Obama is currently trying to get Western powers behind him to isolate Russia. Some of the leading Republican and Democratic representatives support him.
Can the president be serious? As Andranik Migranyan of the National Interest himself points out,
“should mass clashes and bloodletting happen in the East, the South and Crimea, the Russian Black Sea Fleet and Russia itself cannot just watch impartially from the sidelines.
“Ukraine is home to millions of Russians and to the relatives of millions in Russia itself. The Russian government will be under immense pressure to act to protect its own people.
“Moscow has always recognized, and continues to do so, the territorial integrity of Ukraine, and despite the many opportunities to intervene and destabilize the young state since the fall of the USSR, it never once acted to do so.”
Isn’t the United States violating international law by supporting terrorist groups such as the Syrian rebels at this present moment? Why do neo-Bolsheviks impose a law upon a foreign nation and at the same time absolve themselves from the same law? How is that possible?
Well, in the Zionist world, one needn’t be rational. You can live in contradiction and expect the entire world to take you seriously.
Which brings us to a vital point: the current situation in Ukraine and Russia is pregnant with historical meaning. The most accurate way to understand the root of this problem is to trace it back to its historical context.
What we are currently seeing in Ukraine is that Zionism is one of those subversive movements that has grabbed the West by the hair of its head and cut its moral anchor from every possible angle.
But Zionism, though powerful and wicked, is just a branch on a tree. Zionism had its root in the nineteenth century, and we had something more frightening prior to that period.
We need to go back to the first and third centuries in order to get a full picture of current events. This will be our focus in the next article.
 Will Stewart, “Missing Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych has been smuggled out of the country by the CIA, claims Russian government,” Daily Mail, February 26, 2014.
 “U.S. Warns Russia: Intervening In Ukraine Would Be ‘Grave Mistake,’” Huffington Post, February 28, 2014.
 Jonathan S. Tobin, “Obama, Ukraine and the Price of Weakness,” Commentary, March 1, 2014.
 Max Boot, “Russian Aggression Merits a Response,” Commentary, February 28, 2014.
 William Kristol, “Putin Acts, Obama Affirms,” Weekly Standard, March 1, 2014.
 Nick Sturdee, “Don’t Raise the Bridge: Voina, Russia’s Art Terrorists,” Guardian, April 12, 2011.
 Nick Sturdee, “Don’t Raise the Bridge: Voina, Russia’s Art Terrorists,” Guardian, April 12, 2011.
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voina; The Washington Post and the LA Times also did short reports on this. Kriston Capps, “Russian Art Group Voina Uses Often-Illegal Means to Spread Anti-State Message,” Washington Post, April 1, 2011; Russian documentary captures anti-Putin pranksters in action,” LA Times, March 4, 2012.
 Sergey Chernov, “Waging War: Now in hiding, the award-winning, politically minded Voina art group is preparing a new stunt,” St. Petersburg Times (Russia), July 27, 2011.
 Kriston Capps, “Russian Art Group Voina Uses Often-Illegal Means to Spread Anti-State Message,” Washington Post, April 1, 2011.
 “Interview with Pussy Riot Leader: ‘I Love Russia, But I Hate Putin,’” Spiegel International, September 3, 2012.
 See E. Michael Jones, “Americanism Implodes: The End of the World as we Know it,” Culture Wars, February 2014.
 “Israel and the Axis of Evil,” Times of Israel, February 13, 2013.
 Francis Fukuyama, “After Neoconservatism,” NY Times, February 19, 2006.
 Quoted in Stephen Halper and Jonathan Clarke, America Alone: The Neo-Conservatives and the Global Order (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 43.
 Quoted in Jones, Jewish Revolutionary Spirit, 749.
 Quoted in Philip Ewing, “Odds Slim for U.S. Military Action in Ukraine,” Politico, March 2, 2014.
 Peter Baker, “Pressure Rising as Obama Works to Rein In Russia,” NY Times, March 2, 2014.
 Andranik Migranyan, “Moscow Doesn’t Want to Intervene, But…,” National Interest, February 28, 2014.
 Stephen F. Cohen, Distorting Russia: How the American Media Misrepresent Putin, Sochi and Ukraine,” The Nation, February 11, 2014.
 Anne Gearan, “In recording of U.S. diplomat, blunt talk on Ukraine,” Washington Post, February 6, 2014.