Yesterday, Josh Earnest, outgoing Obama White House spokesperson, had the effrontery at a press conference to accuse the few survivors and their generations of families and WWII vets to get over their being ‘embittered’ over the Japanese sneak attack that resulted in 2,117 dead and 960 missing and presumed dead on the morning of Sunday, […]
About Jerry Gordon
Jerry Gordon is Sr. Vice President of World Encounter Institute and Sr. Editor for the New English Review. He is a former Army Intelligence officer who served during the Vietnam era. Mr. Gordon has published widely in such outlets as: FrontPageMagazine, The American Thinker, WorldNetDaily, ChronWatch, New English Review and its blog The Iconoclast, Israpundit and others.
He has been a frequent guest discussing Middle East issues on radio in both the U.S. and Canada. He is co-host of the Middle East Roundtable series on Northwest Florida talk radio 1330 - AM WEBY in Pensacola.
He is a graduate of both Boston and Columbia Universities. He holds an MBA in Finance from the Columbia University Graduate School of Finance. He ended his investment banking career in Manhattan as Vice President and Director BMO Capital – a US subsidiary of the Bank of Montreal, where he developed a cross border merger and acquisition and private financing practice involving clients in Canada, the US, UK and Israel.
He is the author of a collection of interviews with notable personalities in the counter-jihad movements in Canada, the US, titled The West Speaks.
Entries by Jerry Gordon
Just after the election of President-elect Donald Trump, Dr. Walid Phares, his principal advisor on Middle East Affairs, spoke before a group of American Sudanese Nuba émigrés in Washington, DC. Eric Reeves of Amnesty International wrote in a November 15, 2016 column in the Sudan Times about Phares’ statement. He speculated on what the Trump Administration […]
Dr. Walid Phares is American of Lebanese origins, a noted scholar and author with a clear vision of the dynamics of the Middle East. He is also a friend of Israel of longstanding. Earlier today we posted on an emerging jihad in the Sudan that Dr. Phares had spoken of in his capacity as a […]
The Trump Administration faces compelling issues in the roiling Middle East upon inauguration on January 21, 2017. Many of these involve allies in the region like Israel, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the Gulf emirates. They are compounded by Putin’s actions in Syria, Iran and its proxy Hezbollah in the Syrian conflict. In addition there is […]
My memories of Fidel was as a young U.S. Army Intelligence officer having my Infantry Officer Basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia disrupted by the Missiles of October 1962 when the world teetered on the brink of a possible nuclear holocaust. This is until President Kennedy and his Excomm debated what to do and wisely […]
Ira and Rod are joined once again by Jerry Gordon, former Intelligence Office and National Security expert. Jerry shares his perspective on the outcome of the election, and how some of the potential cabinet picks might affect Israel. Beyond The Matrix 22Nov – PODCAST
Geert Wilders’ biased political show trial culminated today with his final statement to the panel of judges requesting that he be acquitted of all charges. Wilders’ and his Freedom Party (PVV) has a commanding lead in the latest political polls in the Netherlands ahead of the March 2017 general election. The daunting problem he faces […]
The Weekend edition of The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), November 12-13, 2016 presented the latest in a series of articles on The Great Unraveling. Formerly Democratic rust belt counties, devastated by economic and social decline that swung the electoral victory for President-elect Donald Trump, “The Places that Made Trump President.” The WSJ characterized these areas as: […]
Geert Wilders is enmeshed in yet another political trial. This time brought by the Hague Prosecutors based on 6,400 petitions filed over his 2014 Campaign remarks about “fewer Moroccans” – a reference to the record of criminality by Dutch Moroccans. This Kafkaesque second trial brought on criminal charges of hate speech is being heard before […]
The Times of Israel reports that U.S. voters in Israel polled as the U.S. election nears now favor Trump over Clinton by 49 to 44 per cent of those responding. One reason may be this Joint Statement from Jason Dov Greenblatt and David Friedman co-chairs of the Israel Advisory Committee. It presents a solid program […]
The UN estimates that more than 300,000 have been killed during the 13-year genocide in the Darfur region of the Sudan and more than 2.5 million have been displaced. The notorious Janjaweed Islamist militia and National Army of the Arab Republic of the Sudan have conducted a deliberate program of “ethnic cleansing.” They have been recruiting […]
The US–led coalition launched a major campaign to reclaim Mosul on October 17, 2016 with 30,000 Iraqi national troops, Shi’ite militias and Kurdish Peshmerga forces, assisted by 5,000 US and foreign advisers with air and heavy artillery support. Mosul was conquered by rampaging fighters of the Islamic State in June 2014, when Iraqi national army […]
SkyNews reported that Geert Wilders will stand trial on criminal charges of violating the Dutch hate speech laws,”Geert Wilders hate speech charges upheld in court.” His counsel had filed a motion with the Hague court to dismiss the charges. The case against Wilders arose from petitions filed with the Hague prosecutors by Dutch Muslims and […]
I have a secret to admit. I never knew what the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry was about until a late member of B’nai Israel Synagogue here in Pensacola, Jon Davies, and a Past Master at Escambia #15 told me. It had to do with the architect of King Solomon’s Temple, Hiram Abiff, and the mystery […]
Yesterday, I reached out to DHS whistle blower Phil Haney, author of best seller “See Something, Say Nothing” while he was on the road heading to a speaking engagement in Santa Monica, California. I texted him a message: “Like to talk to you [about] how the Port of Newark CBP (Customs Border Protection) gave Rahami […]