Wednesday, April 23, 2014

A party to a falsification of data

Thierry Meyssan pulls back from his story a little bit (though the gist of it, that Poland was heavily involved operationally in the coup, is still true).

Another Kiriakou 'Letter from Loretto' on retaliation against his letters by prison officials.

"Happy Krauthammer Day"

"How the Ukrainian crisis will eventually bring down the AngloZionist Empire" (Saker). Legitimacy crisis. I think the cumulative effect of things like ZOG and the parasitical expense of ZOG and its numerous disastrous Wars For The Jews, climate change, and terrible tax policy decisions will wreck the United States before the people give up on it.

Speaking of terrible tax policy decisions:  "The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest"

"US Pursues ‘Peace’ on Israel’s Terms" by Ramzy Baroud. It is amazing. Imagine a sporting contest where all the referees and officials are chosen from the player roster of one of the teams.

"Snowden revealed a world of conspiracies I once would have scoffed at– Bryan Burrough" (Weiss). So often with conspiracy theory the stark reality of the facts overtakes the skepticism.

"The New York Times finds Russian spies in eastern Ukraine":
"Examining the grainy, low-resolution photos published by the Times, one can only conclude that eastern Ukrainian protesters wear similar helmets, ski masks, and—occasionally—beards as do Russian soldiers. Like Breedlove’s arguments, the photos prove nothing to anyone who approaches the far-right Kiev regime’s claims with an ounce of skepticism. A Reddit user who examined the pictures released by the Ukrainian regime and the lower-resolution versions used by the New York Times concluded that the men in the Russian and east Ukrainian units are in fact different people (click here for the Reddit thread). This further raises the question of whether the Times was a party to a falsification of data, in order to prove a claim for which it has no evidence. It published images without doing the same level of fact-checking that was able to be carried out by someone with a few google searches."
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