Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Squirmish

"Sarah Palin questions whether military attack was a 'squirmish'" Give the Queen Malaprop her due - 'squirmish' is a perfect term for the Obama civilian slaughter or any other war that you can't explain and obviously feel uncomfortable about.

"Gaddafi forces recapture Ras Lanuf"  Note the pattern.  NATO air cover, Gaddafi army withdraws, rebels walk in and capture territory.  NATO air cover withdraws, Gaddafi army advances and retakes the lost territory as if there was no rebel army.  The rebel army can't capture or hold territory without NATO air cover.  This isn't promising for the American war.

Dersh's old research assistant won her Jewish Film Award under false pretenses.

"Cryptanalysts: Part 2: Help Solve an Open Murder Case"

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The only good thing about Obama's speech - and btw, is Obama paid by the word? - is that it will make entertaining reading the next time the Jews decide to make another unprovoked military attack on innocent civilians and the United States does nothing.  The new 'weapons of mass destruction' is dubious reports of possible civilian deaths and possible future civilian massacres committed by the Libyan government (reports of massacres and atrocities by the rebels don't count, and don't even think about the civilian deaths caused by the Americans and their allies).  Americans will lap up any war as long as it is accompanied by homilies about the unique morality of American slaughtering.

"Shifting Sands":
"The gap between American rhetoric and American actions has widened to the point where it no longer is bridgeable.  America as the beacon of democracy rings hollows after our string of equivocations, half steps, selectivity and cynical calculation.  American diplomacy thereby has lost an asset.  A candid reversion to realism has its own liabilities.  The American public is deeply attached to the idealistic notion of the U.S. as a principled country that acts in the cause of virtue, enlightenment and morality.  If Washington is widely seen as abandoning its native idealism, domestic political support for the inescapable hard policy choices that lie ahead will be unpredictable."
The rest of the world can see the gap clearly, but I doubt that there is any hypocrisy that can't be hidden from Americans behind the usual bullshit.

"Canadian Militarism and Libya"  Harper's got some massively overpriced,  unusable jets he wants to buy.  The bribes must be enormous.

"Assad's fall could deliver Lebanon to Iran and Hezbollah"   I doubt reports that the Jews are behind the uprisings.

"Corporate media erase U.S. role in Hamas-Fatah split" Elliott Abrams has the longest set of fangs yet recorded on someone claiming to be a human being.

Monday, March 28, 2011

The counter-revolution

It is funny that I am in favor of a revolution to replace a despot with democracy but against imperialist armed intervention, and in both cases am in complete opposition to the views held by the official 'left'.  No wonder everything is so fucked up.

The UN mandate was for 'humanitarian intervention' to protect civilians in Libya.  The British are flying up and down the coast dropping bombs in order to assist one side in a civil war to capture land.  Just how was this approved by the Security Council?  You will see that there is nothing even remotely close to supporting what the British are doing, which makes such actions a clear breach of international law.

Scroll down for the Dennis Kucinich conspiracy theory, that the actions over Libya are part of a live war game, part of the brand new (November 2, 2010) mutual defense treaty between France and Great Britain which contemplated the current military action under the name "Southern Mistral" (the war game has been suspended due to the war reality).

"The Saudi-US counter-revolution (with Aljazeera on board)" It is clear that there is a planned counter-revolutionary program in operation across the Middle East and North Africa to put a cork in the Arab revolutions before they undermine the despots in the Gulf States.

"Human Rights Watch really hearts NATO war crimes: look at this insane argument" Progressives For Mass Murder.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Clarification

'Responsibility to protect', in an ideal world, might work.  In the real world, run by Americans under deep and heavy ZOG, it will always be a disaster (as many have noted, the concept never seems to come up in places where it might actually work).  I guarantee that there will be more dead civilians in Libya after the US/NATO intervention than there would have been had Libya been left to its own devices.  Yet the next time somebody suggests 'responsibility to protect', the 'left' will, again, fall all over itself promoting mass murder.  I don't know if it is covert love of imperialism, or simply utter stupidity.

The reason for the intervention was to stop the dominoes from falling, to preserve some form of the current Libyan government, in other words, the exact opposite of what we've been told.

No-fly zones have almost no effect on the conduct of a government on the ground.  Saddam was able to operate for years under a no-fly zone.

Obama had no intention of getting involved in Libya until the Jewish Billionaires who finance him put their jackboots on his neck.   All the talk about the three women behind the decision, and their supposed humanitarian motives, is bullshit.

The attack on Libya has nothing to do with the oil, obviously (!), but that won't stop the usual Zionist operatives from wheeling out their favorite confusion.

Whenever you hear anybody mentioning 'al Qaeda', you know you are being lied to by a liar.  'Al Qaeda' is a term of art, meaning anybody the Empire under ZOG disapproves of.  Which isn't to say that the liars don't believe their own lies (and the official conspiracy 'left' is proving to be a remarkably useful tool of the Empire).  Assad will pretty much get to do what he wants in Syria as the Americans are afraid his opposition is actually Muslim Brotherhood.  The Israelis don't like Assad, but he is relatively safe and better than any possible replacement.  The main issue to to keep dominoes from falling, and the main fear is an entire Middle East/North Africa under democracy.

Friday, March 25, 2011

End game in Libya

Note that NATO 'taking over' the Purim civilian slaughter in Libya will mean that Obama no longer needs an 'exit strategy', i.e., the killing of Gaddafi.  The Eurotrash states of NATO can pick up the mass civilian murder until they stop to drop out, one by one, over local pressures over the atrocities.  At the end Libya will be left with:
  1. The valve himself, Gaddafi, or possibly some face-saving replacement (the plagiarist?), running a state on the oil moneys; and
  2. Unless Gaddafi prevails in the next few weeks, a rump state of the rebels, without any oil or any other means of support, which will ironically have to turn to drug and African smuggling to Europe to make ends meet.
Nice job!

Friday, March 25, 2011

"Standard Operating Procedure?"  The strong suggestion is that 'false flag' dirty tricks are standard operating procedure for backroom Republican operatives.

In the debate whether Counterpunch fronts for the CIA or the Pentagon, I think in the case of Libya it is clearly the Pentagon.  The Joint Chiefs of Staff didn't want an attack on Libya.  Counterpunch is over-the-top in portraying the Libyan rebels as al Qaeda Islamist radicals who like to smuggle Africans (not to mention drugs).  Never forget that Libya is the bottlecap of Africa, with Gaddafi a kind of valve which allows oil through to Europeans but not Africans.  We've already been through this exact same kind of slurring of the opposition in Tunisia and Egypt.  The slurring is working in Libya as the Western 'humanitarian'  intervention never made any imperial, military or even humanitarian sense (lefties are gradually waking up to the fact that all they are doing is killing civilians, leading us ever back to the definition of insanity:  doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results).

Billionaire watch.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

"Meanwhile, massive bombing continues in Tripoli, including at Gaddafi's headquarters and in the port. Considering that this mission is supposedly about "protecting civilians" who are in the eastern part of the country, and establishing a "no-fly" zone to prevent harm to them, why is bombing needed in Tripoli? Was Gaddafi planning to bomb Tripoli so that the U.S. needs to establish a no-fly zone over that city? Do anti-aircraft guns in Tripoli reach as far as Benghazi? (Yes, these are rhetorical questions)."

"Shock and Awe in Libya"  History, hypocrisy.

"Marines Face Questions About Rescue of Officers in Libya"  Killing the village to save the village.

"The Stoner Arms Dealers"  "Sit-com writers, Ten-Hut!"

"Presidential Aide Valerie Jarrett Discloses Her Jewish Roots":
 "Speaking on behalf of the administration at the annual plenum of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, Jarrett, who is African-American, told the story of the first Passover seder she attended as a child.

“Many, many years ago, my parents hosted a seder for a group of our Jewish friends, and it was here that my father first told me that my great-grandfather was Jewish. What a wonderful surprise for our friends, and for me! So Passover has always been a special holiday for me.”"
"Religion may become extinct in nine nations, study says" People will have to choose between religion and civilization.  It looks like we'll be seeing a sort of Mad Max world, with religion, and a few enclaves of human dignity, without.

"Undercover cop violated code of conduct" The upshot of the police agents provocateurs at the North American Leaders’ Summit in Quebec in 2007.  Not nearly enough punishment, but at least an official recognition of fascism.

Banksy tag update: "Just 'saving the heritage'"

Monday, March 21, 2011

Monday, March 21, 2011

Ah, the famous shabbos goy/Nazi/Marxist-Leninist/Zionist phenomenon:  "Un Jean-Louis Roux chez les sionistes"

Barack Reagan: "LIBYA: Journalists survey damage at Kadafi's compound"  Given the history of Reagan trying to assassinate Gaddafi by bombing his compound, this is amazingly stupid even by American standards of stupidity.

Amr Moussa: "What is happening in Libya differs from the aim of imposing a no-fly zone, and what we want is the protection of civilians and not the bombardment of more civilians." But the Zionists and American 'progressives' love it!

"Following Itamar killings, village of Awarta faced mass arrests, violence and massive destruction during five days of curfew" Is it true that in protest over these killings, the Jews are going to establish a new settlement in . . . Thailand?

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Libyan contradictions

"Breaking News: Libyan Hospitals Attacked. Libyan Source: Three French Jets Downed"  Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya aspires to be the new Sasha Faal, although maybe not as credible.

David Neiwert, strenuously self-proclaimed American 'progressive', outs himself as the bastard love child of Max Boot and Richard Pearl.  USA, USA, USA!  Tomorrow he'll be wondering again why the Republicans have fucked things up in the United States so badly.

Ted Rall gets it.

"Bahrain hospitals under siege as soldiers maintain Manama crackdown" While the Americans micromanage the slaughter of civilians in Bahrain, they air bomb civilians on the pretext of protecting civilians in Libya. It all kinda makes sense. I gleefully await the rationalizations of why a no-fly zone is inappropriate the next time Israel decides to slaughter some more civilians using air attacks. Actually, Gaza could use a no-fly zone right now.

Speaking of glee, isn't it wonderful how the American-Zionist attack on the civilians of Libya is described by almost everybody as an operation to remove Gaddafi, when actually nothing could more ensure his continued power than an obvious outside attack by Zionists using something as ineffectual as a no-fly zone.  The Americans carefully waited until he was in control of all the oil fields and pipelines and ports, then gave him the perfect rallying cry for the people of Libya, united against a common enemy (particularly potent in Libya given its suffering under years of Italian occupation).  Gaddafi's ace-in-the-whole was when he managed to convince the Americans that the rebels were actually radical Islamists, making Gaddafi the obvious choice to manage the oil.  Nobody ever said Gaddafi was dumb (or that the Americans were smart).  Crazy maybe, but not dumb.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Saturday, March 19, 2011

"Bid to 'Protect Assets' Slowed Reactor Fight" There needs to be a lot of political/legal reform in Japan, and quite a few people need to go to jail.

"Saudi king disappoints reformists" Funny how he was too ill for Hil: "Saudi king “too ill” to meet Hillary" The Saudis are still mad about the American approach to Egypt.

The U. S. celebrated the 'Raymond Davis' settlement by starting the drone war again: "U.S. Kills as many as 80 people in Pakistan" This is an obvious intentional attack against civilians, and constitutes a big 'fuck you' from the CIA to Pakistan for daring to make an issue out of 'Davis'. It looks like the settlement was a pure bribe, with the pay-off money going directly into the pockets of the generals. The outrageousness of the deal will further weaken the government.

More on Libya later, but you can't help but notice how the U. S. dragged things out until Gaddafi had retaken control of all the oil fields and installations.  In fact, the much discussed international action comes exactly at the time when it is moot.  This is a big win for everybody (Jews, U. S. government, Gaddafi, Arab despots, European governments, big oil) except, of course, the revolutionaries, who are completely screwed.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Thursday, March 17, 2011

"Egyptian gas supply resumes to Jordan but not to Israel" The Israelis keep telling us, and themselves, that the problems are 'technical'.

"Libya and the World Left" (via the Angry Arab). Spot on. Frankly, Gaddafi could be the kindest, nicest, most progressive dictator in the world, but he is still a dictator - I think recent events have put paid to any thoughts to the contrary - and the Arab people want to be free of dictators.

My favorite story of the week: "'Gaddafi funded Sarkozy's election bid'" Sarko is an ingrate with lousy intelligence (betting on the wrong horse).

Note how they picked a secret service agent so huge that he completely shields Hillary.  Also note how far away the Egyptians are (she must be waiving to another U. S. government official, or at least the cameraman).

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Slave mentality

The first black President suffers from a slave mentality, always hypersensitive to his perception of the desires of massah: "2012 on his mind – Obama’s Security Council veto" Barack must have nightmares about Jewish slave-traders.

"Neocons Write Nice Letter Asking Obama for War in Libya"

"Pakistan court acquits CIA contractor of double murder" Sharia law saves the day for the Americans! I wonder what favors Pakistan got in return. The end of the drone war in Pakistan?

When you are deep under ZOG, with the Jewish jackboot on your necks, no good deed goes unpunished.

"Feltman in Bahrain"

"Tomgram: Nick Turse, The Pentagon and Murder in Bahrain "

"More Than a "Personal Error of Judgment": Seif Gaddafi and the London School of Economics" If his father wins, will Seif get to keep his degree?

"Clearing up myths and misconceptions about Gaddafi and the Libyan uprising "

"Washington Post survey of Middle East protests leaves out Palestine" Sometimes invisible, sometimes exaggerated coverage - it all depends on what is 'good for the Jews'. The NYT/Washington Post coverage of the Middle East is always a joke.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

This crossed my mind (the killing of a settler family makes no sense as an act of national liberation):
"An Asian worker is suspected of the murder of the Fogel family, a settler family from Itamar settlement near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, according to Palestinian press sources.
Quds Net news quoted local residents from the area that he was infuriated with an Israeli settler for not paying him his wages carried out the killing of the settler’s family in Itamar, Palestinian press sources reported.
Quds Net news agency on Monday quoted a Palestinian family from Awarta village next to the settlement as saying that Mr. Fogel refused to pay 10,000 shekels in wages which he owed an Asian worker he hired. The worker threatened to kill the settler and his family.
The worker is suspected of committing the crime after midnight Friday using a knife then fleeing the scene to nearby Palestinian villages, the report added.It noted that the Israeli army knows of the information leading to the suspect  but refuse to announce or deal with it for political as well as security reasons."
"Unbelievable racism, hate-talk, from Prime Minister Sharon’s son":  "The only thing that needs to be added is that recently, the young Sharon has joined Kadima – a supposedly center-left party led by Tzipi Livni."

"5 Somali pirates get life for attack on Nicholas" Now pirates will have to kill all possible witnesses.

So, were the Saudis doing what Gates told them to do, or using the opportunity of his visit to make it look like they were doing what he told them to do? The latter seems uncharacteristically clever of them.

"The 'Democracy Council' And The 'Green Movement'"  The smoking-gun memo proving that the Americans are actively supporting the Green Movement in Iran.  Much more on the sloppy Democracy Council here.  Of course, the Green Movement is so spectacularly unsuccessful because Iranians know who is behind it.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Monday, March 14, 2011

"Crowley resigns over Manning remarks" Obama must have been mad. They didn't even wait a decent interval to allow the excuse that Crowley was resigning for 'personal reasons' unrelated to his having a soul. No, Obama wanted to emphasize that the U. S. government is a no-soul zone. Also - don't ever, ever, ever say anything that reminds voters of the contradictions between what Obama says, and what he does.

Notice how the Americans are dragging out the no-fly zone decision on Libya long enough so the issue becomes moot? The Old American Establishment really doesn't want another War For The Jews, but ZOG has such a stranglehold that the U. S. government doesn't dare come out and directly deny the fangers their blood. The secret is that the no-fly zone was supposed to help Gaddafi (and keep the dominoes from continuing to fall), but it now appears Gaddafi didn't need any help.  The Libyan scenario reminds me of what happened in Sri Lanka, where any hope of negotiated settlement was over once the central government realized its military could prevail over the Tamil resistance.

"Military Intervention in Libya: for a categorical rejection of NATO/Saudi intervention"

"Glossy 'Jihad Cosmo' combines beauty tips with suicide bombing advice" Jewish false-flaggery is getting silly.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Rashômon in Egypt.

"Contemporary history is being re-written before our eyes" It is funny to watch how easily they rewrite the history of only a couple of weeks ago.  How stupid do they think we are?

Speaking of stupid, here's a sentence by Steve Sailer, who appears to think of himself as a really smart guy, on the IRA's Islamophobic investigation (while the real terrorists are Steve Sailer's audience, white knuckle-draggers hoping to use a bastardized version of evolutionary biology to feel better about themselves):
"The King hearings send the perfectly appropriate message to Muslims in America that we are tired of their losers trying to (and sometimes succeeding at) at killing Americans and that they need to do something about it."
"White Nationalist Professor Calls for "Deal" with Israeli Far Right"  This type of thinking has been limited to Europe.  Kevin MacDonald turns out to be another covert Zionist.

"State Department Spokesman Says Wikileaks Whistleblower Is Being ‘Mistreated’ By U.S." Despite all appearances to the contrary, Mr Crowley has a soul (expect him to be fired after a decent interval as he embarrassed the boss).

"Revolution Not on the Cards in Iran"  The hugely publicized protests were a piffle.

Friday, March 11, 2011

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Thursday, March 10, 2011

"A response to Michael Ignatieff on his statement about Israeli Apartheid Week":
"If you continue to condemning critique of the genocide happening in Palestine, you and the party you lead are complicit in that genocide. This makes you an active and powerful accomplice in a human rights tragedy, perhaps the biggest human rights tragedy of my generation. Many have brought this to your attention, including leading Canadian scholars and activists who will be speaking publicly this week at Israeli Apartheid Week in Toronto. You have every opportunity to educate yourself. Therefore, history will not permit you the defence of ignorance or innocence."
Ignatieff is an irredeemable neocon sack of shit who I hope will be permanently out of Canadian politics after the next Canadian election.  Canadians will then gleefully put him in a box addressed to Harvard University with a lot of stamps (we sure don't want him coming back for insufficient postage), and send him back to that organized crime gang where he belongs.

"Catherine Chatterley: A history of Israeli Apartheid Week" from the world's worst newspaper, the Zionist Post.  The Zionist Post commissions many authors to publish versions of this same piece dozens of times a year.  Obviously, Israeli Apartheid Week is working.

"WikiLeaks analysis suggests hundreds of thousands of unrecorded Iraqi deaths" And yet the fangs cry out for more in Libya.

More on the corruption behind the Assange persecution in Sweden.  I don't know about Sweden, but officials can go to jail for pulling this kind of stunt in most civilized countries.

Fracking in Arkansas: "Earthquake Swarm" and "Recent Earthquakes in Central US" and "Are Arkansas Earthquakes Related to Fracking?"

In Canada:
  1. "Does shale-gas industry have a future in Quebec following ban on fracking?"(actually it is a moratorium pending study; I love the quote by the fracking fracker:  "crushing the dreams and hopes and aspirations of the producers to provide for the people of Quebec");
  2. "N.B. hydro-fracking will go ahead: company"
  3. "BC ignores Quebec's lead"
"Before Banksy, that “Elephant” tank was a man’s home"

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Avaaz.org is running a campaign in favor of the no-fly zone over Libya.  So much for them.  The correct side on this issue isn't even debatable, so why are they on the wrong side? Another Zionist front?

"Libya and the Return of Humanitarian Imperialism" by Jean Bricmont.

"How the Swedes Set Up Julian Assange" When you read the gory details, Sweden looks like shit.  There is no possible way to examine the facts and see anything but police-state corruption in aid of the American Empire (with some bonus power grabbing by the professional man haters).

"Kissinger asks Obama to release spy for Israel" It has taken decades, but Henry the K finally settles the question of his true loyalties.

"Israel may ask U.S. for $20 billion more in security aid, Barak says" Obama is Willie Wonka, the United States is the chocolate factory, and the Jews just wander through, taking what they want.  Of course, terrible fates await greedy children.

"Roseanne Barr Takes Charlie Sheen’s Side Against ‘Big Drunk’ Chuck Lorre"

Monday, March 07, 2011

Monday, March 7, 2011

"British FM: Libyan Rebels Release Captured SAS Troops" It is difficult to believe that the British used to be good at this kind of stuff.  The rebels really don't want foreign meddling.

"A Liberal Is a Villager Who’s Been Screwed By a Mortgage Servicer"  The main problem with 'journalism' in the United States is that 'journalists' are paid too much and only identify with the class interests of the rich.  The United States need a 95% top marginal tax rate for 'journalists'.

Harvard University looks less like a university and more like a (Jewish) organized crime gang.

"Venezuela and Libya: An Interview with Gregory Wilpert"  A more nuanced view of Hugo Chavez and Libya (though I still think Chavez really stepped in it).

Where's Abe Foxman when you need him?:  Jewish designer fired by Nazi fashion conglomerate.  Note how they used music to further insult their victim.  It is starting to get ridiculous.

"Argentina: Image of the day"

Saturday, March 05, 2011

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Unusual common sense on Libya.  Remember the Jews are demanding another War For The Jews as they think they can stop the falling dominoes by stopping Libya.  Talking about an oil grab is just intended to cause confusion (an oil grab is unnecessary, and in fact extremely counterproductive, if there is any kind of stable government).  Always reflect on the hilarity that it is impermissible ('anti-Semitic') to state what is really going on.

More cures for aching fangs (or how to make lemonade out of the Stuxnet lemon).

The truth will out:  "Rape? Women? Stripped? What really happened to Lara Logan?"

From the Funny Arab:
"I can see Queen Rania tweeting her way to the every end.  I can imagine her last tweet: I am in a dark place. It may be the trunk of a car.  I have not seen my idiot husband who brought us to this.  I am told he was dangling from an electricity pole somewhere in Amman.  I think that the people of Davos will miss me.  I wonder if I look glamorous in the trunk of this car.  Where are you Oprah to save me?"

Friday, March 04, 2011

Friday, March 4, 2011

"Lee Smith on Linkage: 'Central Plank of Mubarakism Was the Peace Treaty'"  Unusual honesty from a neocon:  Egypt has to can the peace treaty with Israel as the money associated with it has ruined Egypt with corruption.

"Want to Boycott the Koch Brothers' Products? Here's Where to Start"

I couldn't help but note that the comments on the Galliano firing were riddled with homophobic slurs.  In other words, it wasn't hatred that was the issue, it was hatred directed in a specific direction, at the powerful.  Galliano was guilty of the usual crime, lèse majesté.

"Watch This: Christian Dior's Nazi Past Revealed":
"It's been revealed that Dior and his family had ties to the Nazi party. And after Galliano's "I love Hitler!" remark, that's the last thing the brand needs out in the open right now.

Before starting his own fashion line, the designer is said to have dressed the wives of Nazi officers from 1942 to the end of World War II.

And his niece, Francoise Dior, married English Nazi Colin Jordan six years after Dior's death in 1957, and was at one point quoted saying, "All I want is little Nazi children!""
"Internet Sleuths Prove Qaddafi’s Son Plagiarized His PhD Thesis" The director of the LSE had to resign. I assume it wasn't for taking Gaddafi money or even selling a LSE PhD. His problem was selling it for too low a price. Other University leaders will tell him the obvious: make your money from the Jews by cancelling legitimate anti-Zionist speakers. Then your pockets can jingle with shekels with no fear of losing your job.

"Hillary Clinton Says Al Jazeera Is Putting American Media To Shame"  Ha!

"CNN Anchor Interviews Al Jazeera Anchor Who Interviewed Libyan Rebels"  This parody can't be true as CNN executives would never take even the tiniest risk of broadcasting something that was true.

Charlie Sheen was lambasted by the usual suspects for using Chuck Lorre's real name.  Did they consider that Charlie Sheen is an Hispanic actor who uses an Anglo name for presumably the same reason as Chuck Lorre, because he thought he could make more money with a non-ethnic name (Charlie Sheen was born Carlos Irwin Estévez, Anglicized his first name, and took the last name, Sheen, used by his father Martin Sheen, born Ramon Antonio Gerard Estévez)?  It would not surprise me if 'Charlie' and 'Chuck' had some interesting conversations about ethnic identity.

Sheen Family Circus

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Thursday, March 3, 2011

"Whom do The New York Times and The Guardian work for?"  It is taking a while, but I think Assange may finally be starting to figure it out.  The sheer enormity and brazenness - brazen as most of the deception can be checked against original cables! - of the outright lying by both the Guardian and the New York Times requires some kind of explanation.

"How the Hell is Anti-Semitism Having a 'Moment'?"  Answer:  the Jew-controlled media has decided to create a crisis by creating a noticeable number of anti-Semitic incidents, mostly out of nothing, or incidents too unimportant to mention.  Now the hurting Jews can go and assuage their pain by killing Arabs and stealing their land.  Incidents in the Middle East and North Africa show they haven't got much more time to kill and steal.

"This is just the start and it never fucking ends" The continuing efforts to explain the inexplicable mystery of how Thomas Friedman's inane columns are still published.

Reminder?  Jeez.  2002!  I was in fact the first to write sceptically about this incident.

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

"Gaddafi son 'plagiarised his degree thesis' at LSE"  This is more of an accounting exercise than an academic one: the LSE has to determine how much of the loot they can keep if they revoke his degree.

"Wall Street Journal Reporter Responds to Hoffman's charges"

"US Paid Millions For Bogus (Patented) Intelligence Software; Now Trying To Cover It Up Claiming 'National Security'"  An old story come back to life.

Natalie Portman is strongly against drunken repartee, but is a strong supporter of child ass rape.  Note that Jewish-run Dior fired Galliano, but won't support their supposed principles and cancel his upcoming show (there's money to be made).  Do you think it is a coincidence that this slew of 'anti-Semite' charges is occurring as the Arab world makes profound anti-Zionist changes?

"Assassin's Lawyer Says Sirhan Sirhan Was Brainwashed"  I've never seen any evidence that this kind of 'brainwashing' is possible (not for want of CIA research).  In this case, all they had to do was feed him enough barbiturates to make him a walking zombie, lead him to a specific spot, and put a gun in his hand.  Someone else did the shooting, and he was there with the gun, ready to be the patsy.