Friday, September 11, 2015

Anniversary

"4 reasons why Jeremy Corbyn could still lose the Labour leadership election"  This looks like a way to cover up the vote fraud if the obvious winner doesn't win.

"Jonathan King; Murdered Kids"

"New York Times Jew-tracking graphic: A terrible way to cover a legitimate Iran deal topic. – Joshua Keating/Slate"  "Influential Pro-Israel Group Suffers Stinging Political Defeat"  Note that the AIPAC reaction may be to become more radical and more obviously partisan.

"CIA Kept U.S. Agencies in Dark about Investigation into Possible Diversion of Uranium from U.S. to Israel"

"Visas for Al-Qaeda, Part 2: Treachery"  "Visas for Al-Qaeda, Part 3: Backstabbing"

"Angry Mobs Torch Kurdish Offices, Shops As Turkey Descends Into Chaos" Centrally directed sectarian violence, Kristallnacht-ish.

"Turkey and the misfortune of the Kurds":
"For decades, “progressive” forces, especially in North America and Europe, have taken up the cause of the Palestinians but remained silent about the far more numerous Kurds – silence all the more ironic given Israel’s serious but rejected offers for Palestinian statehood. Meanwhile Muslim and Arab states with large Kurdish populations remain hostile to the very idea of Kurdish statehood.

Reflecting on this disparity, the New Republic once said that the Kurds would have received the international attention they deserved if the Jews had been their enemies. The misfortune of the Kurds, it added, was that the Jews were not."
For decades, “progressive” forces, especially in North America and Europe, have taken up the cause of the Palestinians but remained silent about the far more numerous Kurds – silence all the more ironic given Israel’s serious but rejected offers for Palestinian statehood. Meanwhile Muslim and Arab states with large Kurdish populations remain hostile to the very idea of Kurdish statehood. 
Reflecting on this disparity, the New Republic once said that the Kurds would have received the international attention they deserved if the Jews had been their enemies. The misfortune of the Kurds, it added, was that the Jews were not.
- See more at: http://www.cjnews.com/?q=node/143172#sthash.wdF1p7BT.dpuf"

"Report: Majority of Israeli oil imported from Kurdistan"

"9/11 Analysis: The Claim that ‘Able Danger’ Failed to Identify Mohamed Atta’s Probable Presence in the US in January 2000" 'Able Danger' is still the strongest attack to the Official Story of 9/11.
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