Monday, June 15, 2015

Serious turbulence

"US and Iraq: a chronology"  The neocons never wanted to leave Iraq, and now, by setting up ISIS, they get what they always wanted.

"Chilcot report into Iraq war 'unlikely to be published for another year'"  Releasing it now would politically complicate future actions in Iraq and Syria.

"Tony Blair takes on new role fighting anti-Semitism as chairman of European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation"  Of course he does.

Tweet (Joe Catron):
"Q. What do you call a "world court" that only prosecutes African leaders? A. "The International Criminal Court!" "
Tweet (Joe Catron):
"Expect the ICC to say Article 98 (), barring 's extradition, is for Western states, not African ones. "
"Iran’s Spies Tried to Recruit Me" Ridiculous clickbait headline.

"Prepare for serious turbulence in Russia"  Bizarre, but the comments are grounded in reality.  It is curious how much 'serious turbulence' there is in the United States, all just about invisible, as it is the kind of thing that 'can't happen here'.

Tweet (Ben Norton) (I've always wondered about the identity of the big-money funders of PETA, which is, along with Greenpeace, the trolliest of the self-aggrandizing 'do-gooding' organizations):
"., delete your account. Then delete your website. "
I haven't seen one of these for a while: tweet (joel rayner):
"An obvious solution "
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