Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

One of the most obvious problems about the Dershowitz hiring is the possibility of blackmail.  Assange is still sitting on thousands of cables on Israel and the Middle East.  Dershowitz could maneuver himself into a position where he can claim the only way to save Assange's life is to agree to withhold these cables from release.  The Tunisia releases helped inspire the Tunisian revolution, which led to Egypt, which is now setting the entire Middle East on fire.  Violent racist Jewish supremacists must hate Assange, and would do anything to put a stop to the revolutions.  Dershowitz representing Assange is a staggering conflict of interest.

The über-Zionism of the Canadian government is starting to come out, this time as outright fraud:  "Oda admits she had CIDA document altered" (her earlier story was, er, different).  In the absence of Zionism, a cabinet minister outright lying to a parliamentary committee - not to mention lying to cover up her own fraud - would result in immediate firing. The scandal turns on defunding an aid organization for the simple and sole reason that it wanted to give aid to the Palestinians.  Related is the vicious Conservative attack on Rights and Democracy and its deceased former president Rémy Beauregard, again because they were seen as being too friendly to the Palestinians (a problem fixed by loading the board with the blood-dripping-from-the-fangs crowd), leading to a forensic audit which was suppressed as it cleared Beauregard.  Also:  "Canada's position on Egypt linked to Israel".

"Panel Review Questions FBI Theory in Anthrax Attacks After 9/11"  Nobody believes Ivins did it.

Trying to salvage something out of the Egypt debacle, the Jew-controlled media is desperately trying to turn a few hundred or a few thousand Iranian protesters into a new revolution.  The big difference of course is that the President of Iran was recently elected in a landslide in largely fair elections.  Wikileaks:  the Americans weren't surprised when he won.
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