Saturday, October 03, 2015

Details

Immediately after someone actually decided to remove the terrorist state stooge of the Zio-Americans, Zio-Americans developed a sense of morality about bombing civilians.  People thought this concern was a remarkable example of hypocrisy.  "Afghan air strike: Kunduz MSF clinic workers killed" "Death toll rises in suspected US airstrike on Afghan hospital"  Tweet (Jacob Appelbaum):
""The strike may have resulted in collateral damage to a nearby medical facility." http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-34432471  What a phrase!"

Médecins Sans Frontières is one of the very, very few NGOs that isn't just a revolting Zionist propaganda outlet, and is thus a worthy target for monsters.  Speaking of which . . . tweet (Kenneth Roth):
"As Iran sends troops to join Russia bombers, will anyone stop Assad barrel bombing civilians? http://bit.ly/1QPbgru"
"The Propaganda War against Syria Led by Avaaz and the White Helmets"  "Internet activists should be careful what they wish for in Libya"  "Avaaz: Pro-Democracy Group Or Facade For American Imperialism In The Middle East?"

"NY Times readers protest anti-Putin editorial"

France is distinguishing itself in embarrassment by talking like the Russians aren't there.  I wonder why?  "“The Lobby-That-Doesn’t-Exist”: Politicians and Pundits on Jewish Influence in France"

"US and ISIS camps in Syria"  The two striking things about the Russian operation are the level of detail provided by Russian officials (unlike the Americans, who try to hide everything as they are rightfully ashamed of the outrages they commit for World Jewry), and the ease with which the Russians are accomplishing military goals which were seemingly beyond the imagination of the great American military machine.  How utterly embarrassing to be an American!  "Russia inflicted more damage on ISIS in one day than the most powerful and expensive army in the world did in a year"

"Sun blocked from exposing Jimmy Savile before his death, court hears"
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