Friday, October 30, 2015

She then laughed and clapped her hands

"Putin’s Question and the Ambassador’s Answer"  A lot of good here but it also perpetuates the grievously dangerous myth about military spending and lobbying.  This myth protects the real warmongers (and is bizarre as there are other lobbyists and politicians know all about the relative job-creating merits of different kinds of spending).  Note that the American missile shield is about as useless as the Iron Dome.

"The Fall of Filat: Moldova’s Crisis Deepens"  Almost all reporting on this is quite scrupulous in avoiding the cause of the problem!  Another loss of a rapidly collapsing empire.

"Hillary Clinton’s Failed Libya ‘Doctrine’" (the link is to a video of a psychopath):
". . . when Gaddafi abandoned Tripoli that day, President Obama seized the moment to make a triumphant announcement. Clinton’s opportunity to highlight her joy at the Libyan “regime change” had to wait until Oct. 20, 2011, when Gaddafi was captured, tortured and murdered.

In a TV interview, Clinton celebrated the news when it appeared on her cell phone and even paraphrased Julius Caesar’s famous line after Roman forces achieved a resounding victory in 46 B.C. and he declared, “veni, vidi, vici” – “I came, I saw, I conquered.” Clinton’s reprise of Caesar’s boast went: “We came; we saw; he died.” She then laughed and clapped her hands.

Presumably, the “Clinton Doctrine” would have been a policy of “liberal interventionism” to achieve “regime change” in countries where there is some crisis in which the leader seeks to put down an internal security threat and where the United States objects to the action.

Of course, the Clinton Doctrine would be selective. It would not apply to brutal security crackdowns by U.S.-favored governments, say, Israel attacking Gaza or the Kiev regime in Ukraine slaughtering ethnic Russians in the east. But it’s likely, given the continuing bloodshed in Libya, that Hillary Clinton won’t be touting the “Clinton Doctrine” in her presidential campaign."
"U.S. Stopped Syria Air Strikes While Nusra And IS Prepared Attack On Government Supply Route"  "The Caliph at the gates of Vienna"  Zio-American Empire's efforts to help its only real remaining ally in the world, Islamist terrorists.

"NATO is the American occupation of Poland and Europe – Mateusz Piskorski/"

"Top royals in Saudi power struggle"  Who knows?  Comments are on fleek.  Note the inherently unstable way the power has been set up between family factions.

"The Syria War is all about Saudi Arabia"  "How do you know that the Saudi regime has "liberated" a city in the Arab world? Easy. Check the status of women there"  "Are you surprised that Western journalists based in Beirut have not covered the story of the Saudi prince with 2 tons of drugs?"

"Russia in Syria: Air Strikes Pose Twin Threat to Turkey by Keeping Assad in Power and Strengthening Kurdish Threat"  Patrick Cockburn is almost the sole mainstream journalist with anything interesting to say, but there is always something 'off' about his pieces.

"The New Moscowteers" by Bernard-Henri Lévy (comments are good).  Never forget that Nudelman's attack on Putin using Ukraine was an attempt by World Jewry to block exactly what Putin is doing now to de-terrorize the Middle East.  This is Geopolitical Analysis 101.

"J.K. Rowling appeases angry readers after showdown with BDS – Yaniv Halily/Ynetnews"

"Casey: The CIA - Ferrum College connection"

"Why so much Jewish fear and loathing of Donald Trump?" by Kevin MacDonald.  There is still no evidence that Trump is anything but a trick to ensure ultra-Zionist Clinton faces no serious opposition.  White nationalists, who like to talk about IQ so much, aren't demonstrating much IQ.

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