Thursday, August 30, 2012

Bonus wars

"NATO Terrorists Target Syria & Algeria" by Tony Cartalucci (my emphasis in red):
"NATO, with full knowledge of the consequences is literally carving out of North Africa and the Middle East, the so-called "Caliphate" Western leaders had held over their impressionable people's heads as the impetus to perpetually wage global war. Torn from the pages of Orwell's 1984, an artificial war has been created to carry forward corporate-financier machinations both abroad and domestically. The so-called threat to Western civilization is in fact a foreign legion of Western corporate-financier interests, executing Wall Street and London's foreign policy on a global scale where and in a manner traditional Western forces cannot.

NATO's terrorist blitzkrieg across the Arab World will not end in Syria. It will continue, if allowed, into Iran, through the Caucasus Mountains and into Russia, across China's western borders, and even across Southeast Asia. The price for ignorance, apathy, and complicity in supporting the West's so-called "War on Terror" will ironically reap all the horrors and then some in reality, that were promised to us if we didn't fight this "Long War.""
A Jewish neocon trying to sell a Zionist Plan for the Middle East to a group of American paleocons might have a difficult time explaining how the Plan to build a Jewish Empire could possibly be in the interests of the United States.  The promise that the Plan will create a standing army of disaffected and not very smart radical Sunni terrorists who could then be tricked to be deployed against the traditional paleocon enemies of China and Russia would be an excellent selling point.  You can see why the Chinese and Russians might want to put a stop to this.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Stage 10

"Saudi Arabia: The Neocons’ Once and Future Target"  Sniegoski, excellent as always, on stage 10 of the Zionist plan for the Middle East.  Note how many of the ten parts have been accomplished or are well underway!  Note that stage 3 is the most important thing on the to-do list!  If you look up idiot in the dictionary there is a group portrait of Bandar Bush and the Saudi royals he has convinced to do the heavy lifting for the neocons.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Heck of a job, Barry

Heck of a job, Barry:  "State Dept to Americans: Don’t go to Libya"

"Leader of Army Plot to Assassinate Obama Apparently Attended the 2008 Republican Convention as a Page"  I am wondering about the timing of the prosecution to coincide with the Republican National Convention.

"Why We Don't Spend As Much Time Denouncing Republicans As We Do Democrats"  Well put.

"Evidence in Delhi Embassy Bombing Suggests Journalist Was Framed"  The only evidence is a confession which, given Indian police general practice, would have been coerced.

"State Department advisor defends fired Guardian columnist Joshua Treviño who wanted Israel to kill Americans"  Publicly calling for mass slaughter of peaceful protesters is 'free speech', at least in the State Department.

"The Secret Scheme To Sabotage Mumia’s Appeal Rights"  The danger of missing a secret filing deadline.

Little Face Mitt

Monday, August 27, 2012

We're always under attack

"An Assassination of International Proportions 27 June 1980 and A Cover-Up by NATO"

"Unicredit 'in US Iran sanctions breach investigation'"  There has always been an understanding that big corporations could profit out of evading the various and numerous Sanctions For The Jews as long as they were discrete about it (remember Cheney and Halliburton in Iraq?).  World Jewry is so full of itself these days that the understanding has ended, and Americans are pursuing extraterritorial application of American laws using as blackmail the ability to prohibit the victim corporations from doing business in the United States.  Standard Chartered was the first example. It is just a small part of the world-wide war by the Jews against everybody else.

"Guardian fires Treviño"  The Guardian had to fire this guy as they could hardly employ someone who advocated mass murder of peaceful protesters (such employment might actually breach the terms of the trust that owns The Guardian, though consistent over-the-top lying about what is going on in Syria is apparently ok). Their big problem was that they could not fire somebody for advocating mass murder of peaceful protesters who were protesting against Zionism.  Lucky for them, there was another, highly convoluted, phony reason to fire him.

Speaking of really stretching to find an excuse to get rid of somebody (whose real crime is a consistent real progressivism which, of course, involves 'anti-Semitism') . . .

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Conned and judymillered

That most aptly named writer, Con Coughlin, does the full Judy Miller:
"According to Western intelligence officials. . . "
to spread some Israeli propaganda.  Note that he actually quotes from the imaginary document, no doubt written in the purest Hebrew.

Living in the Conspiracy

"Living in the Middle Ages"

"Todd Akin: The man who said too much"

"'Rape can't cause pregnancy': A brief history of Todd Akin's bogus theory"

Akin was surprised by the reaction, as he naturally assumed the people he was talking to would see nothing controversial in what he was saying.  His mistake was that this type of comment is supposed to be limited to discussions with the like-minded, and not on a television interview that anybody can see.  Being a Republican is like being a habitual liar:  it is damn hard to keep your stories straight.

Part of this conspiracy is the enormous number of anti-scientific beliefs held by a large portion - 10-20% - of the American population.  Another part of the conspiracy is that the existence of this belief system is largely hidden (and we are shocked when some of it slips out, as we can't conceive that such a large number of people can be so stupid).  Finally, the most important part of the conspiracy is that these beliefs aren't part of some natural native folklore.  No, they are created in think tanks funded by the plutocrats with specific political purposes in mind, in this case as part of the anti-abortion/phallocracy program, which is itself part of the culture wars intended to provide support for political policies which are against the class interests of almost all voters.  The collection of anti-scientific beliefs denigrates education which just fosters sinful fact-based 'lies' (and thus is self-reinforcing), and always - not a coincidence - backs up extreme right-wing politics (e.g., global warming is a myth).

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

'Nice election campaign you got there; wouldn't want anything to happen to it.'

The actions of the governments of the UK and Sweden conform in no way to what they say they are doing.

"Companies that paid over $1 million to stop GMO labels on foods"

"The massacre at El Calabozo"

Monday, August 20, 2012

Monday, August 20, 2012

"US intends to chase Assange, cables show"

"This Former Marine Was Picked Up By The FBI Over Facebook Posts About 9/11"  "Facebook Terrorism? Ex-Marine arrested, 9-11 conspiracy posts 'terrorist in nature'"

"US, Mexican Officials Brokering Deals with Drug “Cartels,” WikiLeaks Documents Show" (also read the last two paragraphs):
"A high-ranking Sinaloa narco-trafficking organization member’s claim that US officials have struck a deal with the leadership of the Mexican “cartel” appears to be corroborated in large part by the statements of a Mexican diplomat in email correspondence made public recently by the nonprofit media group WikiLeaks.
The Mexican diplomat’s assessment of the US and Mexican strategy in the war on drugs, as revealed by the email trail, paints a picture of a “simulated war” in which the Mexican and US governments are willing to show favor to a dominant narco-trafficking organization in order to minimize the violence and business disruption in the major drug plazas, or markets."
"The sham “terrorism expert” industry" There's something missing from this analysis, the point of the 'war on terror' and who is behind it.

"How Malcolm Gladwell Shilled for the Health Care Lobby … and Got Away with It"

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Sunday, August 19, 2012

"Ayalon Predicts Syria’s Fragmentation and for Lebanon to Suffer Same Fate"  Yinon.

"Riot Grrrls and Followers Ride the Bernays Highway" "Russian "Punkers" Get 2 Years Jail for US State Department Stunt"  "Criticism Of The Pussy Riot Sentence Stinks Of Hypocrisy"  The US is of course the world leader in putting people in jail for long stretches for things that shouldn't even be crimes, and the concern about freedom of expression is particularly rank at the time of the Manning/Assange persecutions.

Well, there's blasphemy which is 'freedom of expression', and there's blasphemy which isn't:  "Alexander Aan petition falls short"

"Britain’s Assange overreach" "Former UK Diplomat on Threat to Ecuador: 'Oops'" So the next time there is a dispute between Britain and some other country, here's what the other country should do:
  1. revoke the status of the British embassy;
  2. stand by while some 'students' or 'rebels' enter the embassy and seize all the senior diplomats;
  3. stand by while all the diplomats are hanged on the front lawn of the embassy;
  4. when the Brits complain cite the Assange case as providing all the British legal precedent required.
"Barak’s Blunder"  Note how 1) Iran can use this to strengthen its security weaknesses, and 2) Israel can no longer be trusted not to misuse American raw intelligence.

"Richard Silverstein Has Been Had - Again"  "The Left Eats Itself"  Silverstein describes exactly how to set up an intelligence operation to use a friendly journalist to provide credibility to a phony story, or series of phony stories.

"Extreme metrics"

"Trapwire is watching you in Ottawa"

Saturday, August 18, 2012

The state of Bibi's sanity

Bibi's obsessing about Iran at the end of a US Presidential campaign seems dumb, or even insane, unless he really doesn't care about Iran at all, and is just using the mythical Iranian nuclear program and the mythical ability of Israel to do anything about it as a distraction from what he is really worried about.  The distraction theory makes a lot of sense, particularly when you consider the problem that any kind of international recognition for the Palestinians would cause for the Jews.  But can it work?  Can he raise enough noise about Iran that everybody forgets about the Palestinians?  The treasonous American Jewish Likudniks have been avoiding this story.  If this is really an anti-Palestinian conspiracy, I would expect that to change soon.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Warming

"Drought Maps"

"Current U.S. Drought Monitor"

"2012 Drought Disaster"

"The Mississippi River Is Drying Up"

"Will Nothing Slay the Ethanol Dragon?"

There is a bizarre bi-partisan - for the most part, and I assume by agreement - plan in current American politics to deal with the problem of global warming by simply not talking about it (the old plan of dealing with it by denying all the science and obvious facts on the ground became too silly even for politicians).  Global warming simply does not exist as an issue in American political life, despite the immense effect it is having on the fly-over Americans.

Americans have been doing lots of really, really awful things recently, with no obvious effect on the lives of average Americans (although, believe me, the repercussions are coming).  The fact that by ignoring global warming they are going to truly and deeply fuck themselves within a few years is almost heartwarming.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

The good slave

A good slave does his master's bidding without having to be asked.

Remember, irritating to reveal truth is part of Assange's job

The spectacle of the UK threatening to shred the international law that protects its own diplomats, all so it can kowtow sufficiently for its American masters, is one the people of the UK should never forget, as embarrassing as it may be.  Can you imagine this crazed need to extradite occurring in any other case?

"US, UK Betray Basic Values To Get Assange At Any Cost"

"Julian Assange asylum: Ecuador is right to stand up to the US":
"Why is this case so significant? It is probably the first time that a citizen fleeing political persecution by the US has been granted political asylum by a democratic government seeking to uphold international human rights conventions. This is a pretty big deal, because for more than 60 years the US has portrayed itself as a proponent of human rights internationally – especially during the cold war. And many people have sought and received asylum in the US."
Countries like Ecuador and Venezuela and Russia and China now carry the moral weight of looking after human rights, the old champions of human rights having being revealed as hypocrites and monsters.

Blackmailing Barry

The current bout of 'Iran talk' is the silliest yet, with stories that the Jews are about to attack Iran themselves (impossible), or somehow force Obama into either starting an American attack now, or agreeing to one in 2013 (by threatening a suicidal Israeli attack now, sort of like the guy who holds a gun to his head and says 'don't come closer or I'll shoot').

Obama is sailing to an easy reelection victory, something which should really be impossible given the state of the American economy.  The hapless and brain-damaged Mitt seems to be channeling Bob Dole's campaign, and many are even starting to suggest that the Republicans are intentionally throwing the election, based on the fact that the plutocrats correctly believe that Obama will be more successful at forcing through their 19th century economic agenda (it also helps Obama a lot that he controls the Justice Department, making the inevitable Republican vote fraud shenanigans a lot more difficult and risky).

The only thing that could snatch victory from Obama is a trauma to the American economy in October.  Something like . . . gas prices going up by three, five or ten times.  Exactly what would happen when the Iranian Revolutionary Guard sinks an oil tanker to two in the Persian Gulf, and effectively shuts off a large portion of the world's oil.  There is absolutely no way - no fucking way - that Obama will agree to any kind of War For The Jews against Iran now.  After the election, Jewish Billionaire money will no longer be necessary, and the Jews will lose much of their leverage over him.  Thus the current, and silly, Jewish panic.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Almost the first thing Paul Ryan did after being chosen as Mitt's VP nominee was to head to Las Vegas for a secret ass-kissing of Sheldon Adelson.  Priorities.

"Is the USDA a wholly-owned subsidiary of Monsanto?"

"Correa: Assange asylum rumors false, no decision yet"  It appears they are weighing how to deal with Hillary's revenge.  It is funny how everybody in the world now naturally assumes that the Swedes are lying and corrupt.

"Why The Washington Post Is In Decline"  Russian military base on the Mediterranean is kinda important.

Werewolves of (South) London.

"Is This the Most Offensive Pro-Israel Ad in History?"  Jews going apeshit both in Israel and the U. S.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

"What terrorist threat?"  An even more interesting area of discussion now that 'al Qaeda' is an official American ally, thanks to Sir Barry, Slayer of bin Laden.

"Treasury sanctions Hezbollah … again"  In the absence of new Wars For The Jews - at least on a level of bloodiness sufficient to satisfy insatiable Jewish fangs - reminders of Sanctions For The Jews will have to do.

"Putting An End To The Biggest Lie On The Internet"  Shaming the TOS over-reachers.

"Our Man in Havana, Stratfor-Style" by Israel Shamir.  You can't really blame Stratfor if people are stupid enough to pay for their crap.

Monday, August 13, 2012

Monday, August 13, 2012

"Mitt Romney’s Coma"  Brain damage.  What is it about Republicans and vehicular homicide, anyway?

"It is rather interesting that the most prominent unsolved murders of a spook was blamed–at around the time the StuxNet people were working on Gauss"  With the usual cautions about believing everything - or, for that matter, anything - you read about Stuxnet, etc.

The most advanced thinking seems to be that the current changes in Egypt are a coup d'etat within the Egyptian military, and change nothing about the real power structure.

"The Yinon Thesis Vindicated: Neocons, Israel, and the Fragmentation of Syria"  "Yinon and Gelb on Iraq"  The current Zionist plan for Syria is fragmentation.  No need for boots on the ground, no-fly zone (not possible), or a complete jihadist victory (also, not possible).

The Saudis ought not to forget that Yinon applies to them too:  "Repression Begets Rebellion in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province"

"'End of capitalism': Bolivia to expel Coca-Cola in wake of 2012 Mayan 'apocalypse'"

S.H.A.M.E.:  Malcolm Gladwell

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Are you angry yet, and why not?

Margolis (my emphasis in red):
"How have so many Syrian T-72 tanks and other armored vehicles been knocked out? Not by amateur street fighters. Powerful antitank weapons—likely French, American or Turkish—have been used extensively. You don’t blow up a modern T-72 tank with light, handheld RPG rockets. Powerful antitank weapons, like the U.S. TOW or French Milan, require professional, trained crews. The use of these weapons suggests that outside forces are involved in the fighting, as they were in Libya.

Now come reports that the rebels are receiving small numbers of man-portable antiaircraft missiles. If properly used, they would threaten the Assad regime’s armed helicopters. Yet using such missiles requires a good deal of training. I saw in Afghanistan in the 1980s how long it took the mujahidin to learn this skill from CIA instructors—and then how quickly the Red Air Force was denied air superiority.

If Syria’s rebels are being trained, it is probably happening in Turkey (which makes the deadly U.S. Stinger AA missile under license). However, the United States has a major campaign under way to prevent jihadist groups from acquiring such man-portable missiles. If the Taliban received effective antiaircraft missiles, U.S. military operations in Afghanistan would be seriously threatened."
Blum:
"So, if you want to understand this thing called United States foreign policy ... forget about the War on Terrorism, forget about September 11, forget about democracy, forget about freedom, forget about human rights, forget about religion, forget about the people of Libya and Syria ... keep your eyes on the prize ... Whatever advances American global domination. Whatever suits their goals at the moment. There is no moral factor built into the DNA of US foreign policy."
I think it is the complete nonchalance of Obama's flaunting of American hypocrisy - not to mention the fact that the official American alliance with 'al Qaeda' has passed completely unnoticed by all the rabid Islamophobe proponents of the 'war on terror' - that is fuelling all the anger.

"Always Wrong: Predicting Iranian War and Weapons"  Another list of the history of scaremongering about the mythical Iranian nuclear program.

Escobar (and never forget that Israel has as much capability of attacking Iran as it has of attacking Alpha Centauri, making this Dada on a number of levels):
""The notion that Iran is a threat to Israel springs up from a Dadaist manifesto. Israel is an actual - undeclared - nuclear power (it never subscribed to the NPT); Iran (which subscribes to the NPT) is not.
As John Glaser at Antiwar.com succinctly summarized, "the US has Iran militarily surrounded, has conducted covert ops along with Israel, constantly threatens Iran with preemptive military strike, and is heaping harsh economic sanctions." [6] Threat? Who's threatening who here?

Yet what is extraordinary is how Tel Aviv manages to strike one fabulous PR coup after another - at least in terms of brainwashing American public opinion - by just changing the red line. [7]""
"US-Israel Nuclear Front’s Accountability Drives Fall Apart"  The Jews set up a nuclear material processing facility for the sole purpose of stealing American nuclear material to start the Israeli nuclear bomb program.  Needless to say - needless to say - tiny matters like the polluting of nearby Gentiles, or the sloppy handling practices which led to an epidemic of cancer in the employees, was not a concern to the Jews.

I love the title to this Niqnaq posting:  "surveillance at all times, except when anything is actually happening".  See also:  "WIKILEAKS: Surveillance Cameras Around The Country Are Being Used In A Huge Spy Network"

"Sikh Temple Massacre: Wage Page an FBI Informant? Security Cameras Off?"  The most likely scenario in so many of these incidents is that the perp is a triple agent, an infiltrator sent in by the FBI who fooled the FBI into thinking he was working for them, while his sympathies remained with the infiltrated organization.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Friday, August 10, 2012

"Amnesty International: An Instrument of War Propaganda?"  by Felicity Arbuthnot.  Amnesty and Human Rights Watch seem to be in a kind of contest to see which one can be more deplorable.

"Turkey's nightmare"  I wonder how inhabitants of the mini rump state of what is left of Turkey will look back on current Turkish leadership?

"US Officials: "We still believe that Israelis lie & that Iran is not on the verge of having a nuclear weapon""  The lie:  "Barak: New U.S. intelligence report raises urgency over Iran's nuclear program"

"Justice Department Won’t Prosecute Goldman. Discuss"

Inevitable:  "Don’t Turn Drone Operators Into Heroes"  I await the first Purple Heart given for a sore button-pushing finger.

"Gore Vidal and the Jewish Question"  The list of people with 'failed minds' is far, far more impressive than the list of Jewslaves.

Thursday, August 09, 2012

A lot of anger surfacing

Pussy Riot revisionism.  It is more than a little odd when you consider the type of people who have apparently suddenly become punk rock fans.

I think it is unfortunate that the Olympics passed on the opportunity to hold a minute of silence for all the victims of Jewish false-flag attacks.  To which we can add recent attacks in the Sinai, by people 'dressed as' Bedouins.  Suddenly, the Gaza-Egypt border is re-closed.  Now who benefits from that?

"American (jihadi) Idol"  American hypocrisy has gone off the charts.

"The Dispossessed Majority"  Anger from a formerly hard-core Republican.

"How to Reply to a BBC World Service Request"  Since these cut-and-pasters can in no way be described as journalists, the usual courtesies given to real journalists don't apply.

"NYS Order on Standard Chartered’s Iran Transfers Opens Up US, UK Regulatory Pig Fight"  "Standard Chartered Makes Empty Threat to Sue New York Regulator Over Iran Money Laundering"  Note the acceptance of the Official Story that federal regulators are outraged by this rogue state regulator hurting the good reputation of the US of A.  You have to be to be on some really good crack if you don't see this as part of the Jewish plot against the innocent civilians of Iran (and against those 'anti-Semitic' furriners who try to provide wiggle room to the Iranians for a little profit).

Satanic set theory (no, not from The Onion).

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Tuesday, August 8, 2012

More on Mitt's autism.

"Ethiopian Dictator Goes MIA"  Don't you hate it when one of your dictators goes missing?

I suspect Assad will be President of Syria long after Hillary is just a very bad memory in the State Department.

"A Rubashkin Encounter"  "Jack Shafer Points Out a Flaw in Ahmadinejad's Thinking"  "Zionist Crimes: Iran Scientist Assassins Trained in Israel"

There always lots of sell-outs, and a few good people to try to keep them honest:  "Burroughs to Capote: You Have Placed Your Services at the Disposal of Interests Who Are Turning America Into a Police State"

S.H.A.M.E.

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

The golden age of neoconservatism

"Syrian PM "Defection" Another PR Stunt"  He was planning to defect before he was appointed, and will receive a big check from Qatar for his scheme.

"Defection Highlights Sectarian Divide in Syrian Government ":
"The prime minister's position was largely symbolic, with most authority concentrated in the president's hands. The former prime minister was not part of Syria's powerful security apparatus dominated by Mr. Assad's family and Alawite supporters who have stood by the president.

Aram Nerguizian, a Syria expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Mr. Assad also has been able to keep other Sunnis in senior government posts.

"You're going to see the Assad regime continue to try to populate some of these positions with minority groups like Orthodox Christians, but also critically with the Sunni community so that [the regime] maintains at least the impression if not the illusion of cross-confessional representation within the Cabinet," said Nerguizian.

Assad moved swiftly to replace Mr. Hijab, appointing another Sunni, Omar Ibrahim Ghalawanji, as caretaker prime minister. Ghalawanji was born in Tartus and served as a city councilman in Latakia - two coastal regions with significant Alawite communities loyal to Assad. Prior to Ghalawanji's new appointment, he served as a minister for local government.

Reached by phone in Beirut, Nerguizian said the Syrian president's actions show that he has developed an ability to survive internal crises. "As far back as March of last year, the Assad regime has learned and implemented all of the 'best lessons' of authoritarianism, in terms of how to repress, how to divide, and how to weaken opponents," he said.

Nerguizian said the Sunni defections also have hardened the position of Assad's Alawite generals, making them more concerned about survival than anything else. "I would not be surprised if the Assad regime looked at [Hijab's defection] and dismissed it outright, given the fact that individuals like him will not be viewed necessarily as life threatening.""

Scarily prescient Hersh from 2007: "The Redirection".  Barry's just following pure neocon policies from the Bush Administration (in fact, he's free to do things that would have been considered too crazy if they had been suggested by the neocons).  We're right back to Charlie Wilson's War, Americans formally allying themselves with Sunni jihadists for wider geopolitical purposes.

Sunday, August 05, 2012

Why the Syrian army might have to shell a Palestinian refugee camp

Why the Syrian army might have to shell a Palestinian refugee camp:
  1.  "using civilians as human shields";
  2.  "Here, the New York Times admits that gangs of the FSA sneak into the Yarmuk refugee camp"
Of course, this just shows how clever the insurgents are. In other contexts, the same actions are 'barbarity'.

Friday, August 03, 2012

Don't tell Mel's dad

Don't tell Mel's dad - he's mad enough already! - but isn't it an interesting coincidence that it was 'conversos' who were behind Vatican II?  Note the extremely strained scriptural interpretation required to complete the conspiracy.