by Jonathan Azaziah
Fuck Jeremy Corbyn. And if anyone is still rocking with this mealy-mouthed fraudster after this, then trust, FUCK YOU TOO. Because when it comes to Syria (Our Backbone), your two-faced non-messiah is no different than any other liberal Zio-Imperialist piece of dog shit in any Western ZOG of your choosing. He personifies the Shabbos-Goy-In-Anti-Zionist-Clothing. Continue reading When It Comes To Syria, The “Antiwar” Jeremy Corbyn Is No Different Than Any Other Liberal Zio-Imperialist
by Jonathan Azaziah
I can’t for the life of me understand how American Muslims are “fearing for their lives” in the wake of Donald Trump ascending to the presidency. My brothers and sisters… Chill out and get a damn grip on yourselves. Seriously. What the hell is wrong with you? Y’all aren’t just being completely delusional and totally Judaized but an excessive combination of both. You know when it was bad? Like… STUPID bad? Like… Blood-spilling-in-the-streets bad? After Mossad and its allied criminal network of Jewish supremacists in New York City knocked down the Twin Towers. THAT was a scary time. The neocon-run Bush regime had all types of Americans ***actually*** believing that every Muslim was in league with “Al-Qaeda” and there were beatings, robberies, aggressions, mass arrests and even killings–in other words, REAL hate crimes–all over the country. Hard to find a Muslim in the United Snakes of IsraHELL who didn’t deal with some form of sanguinary Islamophobia, including myself. Continue reading A Message For American Muslims, Especially Those SJW, Anti-Trump “Progressives”: Stop Acting Like Jews
by Jonathan Azaziah
I’m not going to say I don’t have the intention of pissing on everybody’s parade because that’s exactly what I’m trying to do so let me just get on with it. Slain British MP Jo Cox is NOT a martyr. Okay? She’s not. She’s not a “martyr in the fight against resurgent Hitlerian fascism” as some idiotic “leftists” who are probably on the payroll of MI5 happen to be saying–a “resurgent Hitlerian fascism” mind you that doesn’t exist. She’s not a “martyr for European unity” either–a “European unity” mind you that means the preservation of the Zionist-dominated, absolutely hegemonic, totally dictatorial, insanely bureaucratic, multinational-corporation-adored, sovereignty-eroding European Union. And she’s not a “martyr for BDS” as some maddeningly moronic “Palestine Solidarity Movement” activists are referring to her as–a “BDS” mind you that does not target Jewish-Zionist-owned corporations outside of the ‘Israeli’ tumor which represent pillars of Global Zionism or even ‘Israeli’ individuals who live on stolen land, only ‘Israeli’ companies and ‘Israeli’-linked companies in the West that fall under the strict guidelines of the increasingly toothless BDS Movement. Not under any circumstances, not in ANY definition of the word, not in ANY applicable situation vis-a-vis our Mouqawamist-Liberationist discourse which we use to extricate our peoples and homies from mainstream Zio-controlled narratives is this rank, stank, putrid British Imperialist a “martyr”. Continue reading Jo Cox Ain’t No Martyr; She Was A Syria-Hating Imperialist Killed In A Likely False Flag
by Alexander Dugin, Theory Talks
IR has long been regarded as an Anglo-American social science. Recently, the discipline has started to look beyond America and England, to China ( Theory Talk #51 , Theory Talk #45 ), India ( Theory Talk #63 , Theory Talk #42 ), Africa (Theory Talk #57, Theory Talk #10 ) and elsewhere for non-Western perspectives on international affairs and IR theory. However, IR theorists have paid little attention to Russian perspectives on the discipline and practice of international relations. We offer an exciting peek into Russian geopolitical theory through an interview with the controversial Russian geopolitical thinker Alexander Dugin, founder of the International Eurasian Movement and allegedly an important influence on Putin’s foreign policy. In this Talk, Dugin—among others—discusses his Theory of a Multipolar World, offers a staunch critique of western and liberal IR, and lays out Russia’s unique contribution to the landscape of IR theory.
What, according to you, is the central challenge or principle debate within IR and what would be your position within this debate or towards that challenge?
The field of IR is extremely interesting and multidimensional. In general, the discipline is much more promising than many think. I think that there is a stereometry today in IR, in which we can distinguish a few axes right away. Continue reading Alexander Dugin On Eurasianism, Multipolarity and The 1984-Like Danger Of George Soros