"WaPo: Everybody who is anybody loves Stanley Fischer" (Sailer, and there are many more recent Sailer postings on Fischer, e. g., "Macroeconomic wizardry v. conflicts of interest", where we see that the latest, and not at all inappropriate, euphemism for 'Jew' is 'macroeconomist'):
"A "decent interval" between his two jobs ... Nobody can say Obama is appointing Israel's central banker; they have to say he is appointing a former central banker for Israel. That could have been decades ago, right? You might almost think that Fischer's decision to resign early from his Israeli job was because he was tipped off about getting the American job, but that would be a conspiracy theory, so it's wrong. To posit a conspiracy theory, you'd have to believe that Stanley Fischer, Ben Bernanke, Janet Yellen, and Larry Summers are all friends.""How to fight academic bigotry" First time I've agreed with this guy, but I think those gentiles who accept Jewmoney for treason, e. g., university presidents and politicians, should also wear the yellow star, with its size commensurate with the amount of Jewmoney they take. We're reaching the logical conclusion of the abuse of the term 'anti-Semitism'. If the Jews insist that 'anti-Semitim' = Jew-hatred, and the actions of the 'anti-Semites' are obviously the epitome of morality to every decent human being, then it follows of necessity that Jew-hatred is also the epitome of morality. If Jews don't like that conclusion they have nobody to blame but themselves.
"How the South Sudan was manufactured"
"Glenn Greenwald Gets It Wrong" Greenwald participates in the comments, but is very unconvincing, so much so that you have to wonder if he is up to something. There is a very tenuous conspiracy theory that Snowden's revelations were all about giving Israel some propaganda tools, tools that World Jewry is currently using in its latest pathetic attempt to spring Pollard.
"The passing of Ariel Sharon (1928-2014)" by Jennifer Rubin. That title plus that writer equals comedy gold.