Thursday, October 22, 2015

Belling the Bellingcat

"The Killing of Serena Shim & the ‘Suicide’ of Former BBC Journalist Jackie Sutton…"  The problem with this is that Sutton, unlike Shim, wasn't operating as a journalist, and the Turks had nothing to fear from her reporting.  Whatever Sutton was murdered for, it wasn't that she was going to release embarrassing information.  It almost certainly had more to do with what her employer, Institute of War and Peace Reporting, is really up to. Of course, Shim and Sutton, and the many assassinations of journalists in Turkey, tell us a lot about the Turkish government.

"Erdoğan's legacy and the Kurds (by CP)"

Worth reading together:  "Turkish Whistleblowers Corroborate Seymour Hersh Report of False Flag Sarin Gas Attack in Syria" and "What Do We Really Know About Osama bin Laden’s Death?" and "MH-17 Case: ‘Old’ Journalism vs. ‘New’".

"Dr. Strangelove is naked" (Escobar)

"The lynching and the cover-up"

"Five Palestinians Die Within 12 Hours: The NY Times Goes Mum"

"Canada and the Anti-Austerity Movement"  Harper was on the way out, as he was just too universally hated.  Anti-austerity is why the Liberals replaced him, and not the NDP.  Phony-socialist Mulcair is personally responsible for this.

Crude attempt to turn a monster into a victim:  "Wikileaks Doxxes CIA Chief’s Wife and Daughters".  Sloppiness with handling classified materials is the just criticism of Clinton, but apparently doesn't apply to the head of the CIA!  More is yet to be revealed, but there is already some moderately good stuff:  "CIA Chief Brennan Admitted in 2007 Paper Agency Operated Within US".  It is worth considering that this may be a phony leak, part of the campaign for Barry to control the internet to protect Americans from these 'dangerous' hackers.

"JFK Assassination Plot Mirrored In 1961 France: Part 3"

"Hot off the Press; Netanyahu Is a History Revisionist" (Atzmon)
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