Author-turned Eurasian guest of honour E. Michael Jones completely failed at trying to dismiss last month the claim that he is a KGB asset aiding the demise of the West.
“Someone is now spreading this ridiculous, preposterous claim that I am a KGB agent because I was in a room with Aleksandr Dugin,” Jones declared. He went on, “I am in the unfortunate position of being unable to prove a negative. I cannot prove that I am not a KGB agent, so the burden of proof lies on these people, these character assassinations (sic) who are launching this in the first place. I was at a conference in Tehran with Dugin…he gave a speech about multi-polarity. I offered an objection to that that speech saying we lived in some sense a uni-polar world, even if it’s not the United States of America that’s head of it. That was the extent of our discussion. This Internet breeds character assassination and this is one example of it.”
First off, Sloan’s article in no way based his claim merely on the fact that Jones was in the same room with Dugin (on multiple occasions, by the way). Jones then follows his strawman argument with a challenge of burden of proof, which Sloan did thoroughly provide. Jones addressed none of the many, many pieces of evidence written by Sloan. Did he even read it or is he deceiving his audience about the breadth of evidence?
Jones then claims he offered an objection to Dugin’s speech about multi-polarity. But he didn’t really offer an objection, though. He merely stated what he perceives as the current world geopolitical reality—that it is unipolar. Furthermore, Jones completely fails to discern (deliberately?) Dugin’s meaning of multi-polarity, which is really just jargonous deception to distract from the fact that Dugin wants his Eurasian union to rule the world as a unipolar, neo-Bolshevik empire (world government). To achieve this, the Eurasianists have to break the West’s seemingly unipolar rule using an appeal to the West’s enemies to engage in multi-polarism (divesting from the West) and embracing the East (Eurasianism, Belt and Road initiative). If Jones genuinely can’t understand this, then he is unfit to be a geopolitical analyst, especially as a self-appointed representative of the Catholic Church and the United States of America. Even Glenn Beck’s audience have a better understanding of Dugin’s deceptive language than does Jones, and Beck’s audience could be classified as “normies”.
At worst, Sloan is correct and Jones is a KGB asset wittingly distorting the evidence. Either way, Jones is carrying out the neo-Soviet Eurasianists’ objective of distorting the East’s true intentions as well as blaming the West for what is really Eastern subversion of it. While Jones does seem free, in his apparent KGB mission, to criticize world Jewry, he flat out denies Jewry’s subdivisions: subversion by freemasonry and Soviet communist threat.
“…communism was never a threat, in general.” —Jones
This is in addition to Jones being a race denialist (except when non-whites are he subject), denial of communism as a still-present threat, soft on Vatican II and its “popes”, outright heretical statements concerning Islam, propping up of Putin as an anti-globalist renegade, and associations with numerous Eurasianists and socialists, like Israel Shamir and Dugin—all Soviet-friendly narratives.
Jones has become so blatant with his agenda, I have had to create a dossier just to catalogue it all. The guy smacks of shill. It’s becoming more and more plain.