Thursday, March 17, 2016


"The Heckler's Veto" and the comment by fnn.

"Is Steve Cohen Back To His Criminal Ways" and its comments.  It appears that Cohen is writing the script for season two of Billions.

"How the 'New York Times' Sandbagged Bernie Sanders"  Sometimes a mistake in the initial editing process is corrected with additional editing.

"The Breitbart Defections: Was it all about Jewish hostility toward Trump?" Extremely odd story, inexplicable without a supremacist key.

"Russia's "Mission Accomplished" Moment in Syria"  The biggest problem with Russian actions from the point of view of World Jewry is that Putin has reinforced the old-fashioned concept of establishing an achievable and limited and openly stated goal, applying the minimum military commitment to achieving that goal, and immediately withdrawing when the goal is completed.  You don't see that with any of the Wars For The Jews - which never end, or keep recurring - as the unstated and unstateable goal is furthering the hopeless task of building a Zionist Empire in the Middle East.

"Syria: The Guardian View on…Things they Just Made Up"  Comment by passerby:
"From the comments in The Grauniad:
“If Putin walked on water the Guardian would attack him for his inability to swim.”"

"You don't need me to show the way":
"Nearly all the polls said Clinton had Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio, although a couple of outliers suggested Sanders could take Missouri and was within breathing distance in Illinois and Ohio, but Clinton took them all. Results in Florida were right in line with polling predictions, coming in at 64.5%-33.3%. Much the same was true in Illinois with 50.5%-48.7%. In North Carolina, the result was exactly the RCP average of 54.6%-40.8%. Same again with Ohio's 56.5%-42.7% and with the razor-thin 49.6%-49.4% in Missouri. Uncanny, isn't it?"
"Another Indigenous Activist Is Assassinated, Urging Calls for Clinton to Come Clean on Role in Honduran Coup"

"NATO’s Most Censored Story"  The sarin false flag.
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