Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Some catching up

"Mark Ames: The Left’s Big Sellout – How the ACLU and Human Rights Groups Quietly Exterminated Labor Rights"  As we've also seen in their laughably biased coverage of the Middle East, Amnesty and Human Rights Watch are just fronts for imperialism and corporate rule.

"California’s Bioterror Mystery"  Similar attacks on economically important crops would be easy and impossible to detect.

"Facts About The “Nazi” Salute and a Double Standard"  Although I think the pictures are unfair angles of waving (picking out individual big donors and waving at them from the stage is the style of today's politics), this is yet another good example of attempted Jewish appropriation of sympathy for the totality of human suffering, sympathy which they bank to protect themselves from justified criticisms of their own moral outrages.

"Ukraine: Jewish Supremacists Object to Being Named as Responsible for Manmade Famine"

Much as I like the Angry Arab, he simply cannot stop embarrassing himself with this completely gratuitous political correctness, thus playing right into the hands of the Jewish propagandists (with friends like these, the Palestinians don't need enemies).  What could possibly be wrong with Lamb's very carefully worded sentence?  The Angry Arab and his ilk provide the cover to enable the Jews to do what they do.  For shame!

"Candidate challenging black legislator takes this strategy with voters: I'm a Jew, you're a Jew so vote for me. Oy vey!"  Usually a bit less explicit.

"The Missing Jewish Millionaire’s Connection to Israeli Intelligence"  "Mystery of missing multi-millionaire after his motorboat sails into Florida harbor intact... with no one on board"  "Missing boat millionaire 'was told by wife she wanted a divorce' hours before he vanished at sea"

"A Con Man Who Lives Between Truth and Fiction"

"J. Ezra Merkin’s Clients To Get $405 Million Settlement In Madoff Fraud"  Read the last sentence.

Product endorsement.

"Goldman Sachs Hires Single Morally Decent Human Being To Work In Separate, Enclosed Cubicle"

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