Monday, April 27, 2015


"The “War on Cash” in 10 Spine-Chilling Quotes"  So much money is made by laundering illegal drug money that it is impossible to see how this will play out.  The value of the Panopticon versus the value of the war on drugs is one of the contradictions of capitalism.

"Shurat HaDin Launches Campaign to Change Rules of War"  As I keep pointing out, international law doesn't apply to Jews.  "Israel's twist on international law"

More contradictions:  "Florida Frat Accused Of Spitting At Veterans And Stealing Their Flags"  I love how this story is consistently reported without mentioning that Zeta Beta Tau stands for "Zion Bemishpat Tipadeh".  It is a Jewish frat, and this represents what the Jewish leaders of tomorrow really think about the cannon fodder who fight Wars For The Jews.

More contradictions:  "‘Israel First’– for gay couple who hosted Ted Cruz"

"Where’s the Wikileaks outrage?"

"Watertown police chief on the FBI and the Waltham murder investigation that wasn't"

"Krautmas came two weeks early this year"

"David Headley confesses in memoir: 'LeT prepared me for Mumbai attacks'"  "The Hidden Intelligence Breakdowns Behind the Mumbai Attacks"  The Headley story only makes sense if Headley was working for a western intelligence agency.

"The Asshole Factory"  Starts well, but degenerates into sappy crap at the end.  Still, it is interesting to consider that in the 'first world' capitalism really doesn't make anything of value any more, and almost all economic activity consists of measuring (inaccurately), monitoring, and shuffling papers as part of doing dodgy financial deals.  It is amazing how much of an economy can be built on nothing.

"The Barrett Brown Review of Arts and Letters and Jail: A Sign of Things to Come"
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