Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Bananas

"Has Chiquita Banana been murdering people?" by Jon Rappoport

"Brazil Passed On Boeing For $4.5 Billion Fighter Jet Deal Because Of Concerns Over NSA Surveillance"

"Conservatives Ponder Sterling Trutherism: Did Magic Set Him Up?"  If Magic ends up as part of the ownership group I think we can confidently say this passes from conspiracy theory to conspiracy fact.

"The Fool, the Demagogue and the Former KGB Colonel" by Edward S. Herman

"Kerry Grovels over Israeli ‘Apartheid’"  None of these 'mistakes' are actually mistakes.  They are carefully scripted messages which only look odd in the context of the United States under ZOG.  Americans are trapped, and are desperately sending out what amounts to messages in bottles.

"Why is Putin in Washington’s Crosshairs?" by Mike Whitney.  A truly vile attempt to shield World Jewry from its latest attack on everybody else, tantamount to those who tried to portray the attack on Iraq as a war for oil.  There is no good American reason for any of this.  Why are American shifting minor numbers of troops and planes around that they know will have no deterrent effect?  Why are they making laughably hypocritical statements about Russia?  Why do they keep escalating extraordinary minor sanctions that the Russians have a good laugh over?  Everything the American do makes them look weak and unprepared.  Putin was never in Washington's crosshairs.  Putin was in Victoria Nuland's crosshairs, acting solely as an agent of World Jewry.  As always, the ridiculousness of the analysis forced by the inability to acknowledge the only possible true explanation is hilarious, and tragic (as it enables this dangerous and violent nonsense to continue).

"New Data Raise Further Doubt on Official View of August 21 Gas Attack in Syria"  Porter on the false-flag attack.

"Real Journalism"

Eastern Ukrainian independence is now a fait accompli, and the only thing left is to determine the legal framework.
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