Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Backtrack

There seems to be a behind-the-scenes debate in Israel over how insane the Jews should be, leading to some weirdness:  "'This is not a declaration of war': Israel seeks to reassure Syria over airstrikes that reportedly killed at least 42":
"The Israeli government has not formally confirmed involvement in strikes on Syria, which the latter country described as a “declaration of war”, though some members of Israel’s political elite have reportedly sought to persuade the Syrian government that the attacks were not designed to weaken President Bashar al-Assad’s position.

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Syrian claims of Israeli warmongering were yesterday denied by Tzachi Hanegbi, a member of the Knesset. He said that if there was an increase in tensions, “it is only against Hezbollah, not against the Syrian regime”."
Most of us have forgotten about this, but some Israeli officials still feel a need to churn out another explanation: "‘Prisoner X’ sabotaged spy mission to recover bodies: report"

The Cable is reliably pathetic:  "U.N. investigator on Syria: Out over her skis yet again?"

"The cost of hand-to-mouth living"  The basis of the idea of the middle class is that people who aren't rich might have a small amount of at least limited economic security.  The 1% have come to believe that there is no need to waste money on that bosh.

"Gerald Posner is in trouble again. This one is unbelievable."  Stealing from an icon is never wise.

"Coincidence: Alleged Bomber’s Widow Is Granddaughter of Skull & Bones Member"  I thought they were going with the 'self-radicalization' tale, so I'm a little surprised they've started to go after the wife.

"Hollywood conservative unmasked as notorious Holocaust revisionist"  "Hollywood Conservative Leader Turns Out to Be Holocaust Revisionist"  Were I a conspiracy theorist I might wonder why Jews are so greatly over-represented amongst the number of neo-Nazis, holocaust deniers, etc.


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