Thursday, January 02, 2014


"Debunked: the claim that As’ad AbuKhalil worked for the CIA"  A weird internet mash-up promoted by the usual suspects.  He should take it as a compliment that they are so desperate to smear him.  Watch 'Brown Moses' slowly back out of the room.

The terrorist explosions in Russia are being blamed on the madman, Bandar Bush, but they could also be false flags intended, like the 9/11 lawsuits against the Saudi government and the new interest in the Saudi role in 9/11, to put pressure on the Saudis to stop interfering in Syria and Iraq and upsetting the delicate balance in the Middle East.  Similar pressure is being placed on Erdoğan through the reemergence of Gülen, resident of Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania, a town in that unlikeliest of places in North-Western Pennsylvania that has long been a hotbed of right-wing extremism  (Eastern European, ultra-Catholic with deep fascist intelligence connections).  See:
  1. "Saucers, Secrets and Shickshinny Knoghts" (Lumpen takes me back to the old days of getting your conspiracies from zines)
  2. enormous thread:  "At last: Shickshinny Knights of Malta linked to the Draper/Vonsiatsky Condon ManCand crowds"
  3. "Sovereign Order Of Saint John Of Jerusalem"
  4. Saylorsburg to Shickshinny.
"Credit and Debit Cards Are Junk"

Facebook, after the public offering. You'll remember that Facebook rose as Myspace became uncool, largely because white teenagers thought Myspace was too 'urban'.

The usual lies of the usual people in the usual form for the usual reasons:  "France may ban black comedian for anti-Semitic jibes".  The reality:  "The Bête Noire of the French Establishment"  "Anti-Semitism: Why Does It Exist? And Why Does it Persist?"
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