Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thursday, November 24, 2011

I don't think people are giving enough credit to the Morris/Thompson mini-documentary.  Neither is an idiot, and the Umbrella Man story is preposterous.  What conclusion can we draw from that?  Aren't all the Official Stories preposterous?  There are a number of short summaries of the final Official Story of the September 11 attacks that sound like a comedy routine.  Preposterousness seems to be part of the methodology of building a story that the Powers That Be think they can get away with, and they seem to be correct.

"Occupy Wall Street Calls Off Its Egyptian Expedition" (via the Angry Arab; my emphasis in red):
"After a tough week for protesters both in New York and in Cairo, Occupy Wall Street has stalled in planning their trip to Egypt, citing logistical roadblocks and safety concerns. A group of 20 delegates had already secured funding through a proposal passed by the General Assembly nearly two weeks ago and was excited to leave for Egypt on November 25, just in time for the country's parliamentary elections. But after being evicted from Zuccotti Park and scattered around the city, Kobi Skolnick, a 30-year-old Israeli-American and one of the main organizers of the two-month trip — for which the protest movement had funded with  $29,000 — says that they just didn't have time to get a plan together."
Hint:  there is no such thing as an Israeli-American (btw, how did the 'Israeli-American' issue even come up?).  There are Americans, and there are violent racist Jewish supremacists who attempt to pass as Americans for the purposes of running various supremacist schemes (and spring is definitely not in the air:  "Arab Spring is moving the Middle East backward, charges Netanyahu").  When Occupy Wall Street fails, we'll know why.  One of the deals you get if you play along with Jewish supremacism is assistance in surveillance (it may be politically difficult to spy on your own people) and in the repression of political dissent.

"Violence Goes to College"  "Mark Ames: How UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi Brought Oppression Back To Greece’s Universities"  Why are university presidents so consistently evil?
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