"Syria: It's Not a Civil War and it Never Was" A thousand times yes!
"Syrian Journalist Who Reported on ISIS Massacres Killed in Turkey" Erdoğan.
"U.S. sees bearable costs, key goals met for Russia in Syria so far" Anonymous sources (like Hersh's source), living in Tel Aviv-controlled Washington, unable to speak obvious truths out loud, but trying to be heard, as if they've fallen down a deep well.
"Clinton, Sanders, and the “Progressive Give-Up” Formula (with Clinton’s Warning of a “Grand Bargain” to Come)" See also: "Deep State? Or Shallow Focus?" and its comments. It is ironic that a writer who likes the term 'kayfabe' so much engages in it so much. I've been through this before. The unbelievable (incomprehensible) cost of all the Wars For The Jews means that the United States has to function like a third-world country for the vast majority of its citizens, but you are just a 'hater' if you point this out, thus all the weird political machinations between the political parties. It is a collective effort, including the critics of the system, to hide the real reason for the political dysfunction, which is based on structural failings of the American political process and political manipulation by a tiny group of supremacists with single-minded goals ('one-issue' guys). This isn't conspiracy theory - the perps actually boast about it (!) -but you can't say it out loud under penalty of complete loss of credibility, or worse. (Similar: "What Really Caused the Implosion of the Occupy Movement—An Insider’s View": I'd also look to supremacist group analysis for the collapse of Occupy, as others have managed resistance without all the hand-wringing and emotional turmoil.)
Adam Shatz assures you that Orientalist depictions of Arabs are rather accurate and true: he found a group of natives who told him that over dinner, damn it - "I had dinner with a group of Algerian intellectuals who grew up in socialist Algeria, under the rule of Colonel Houari Boumédiène, and who told me that Sa...
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