"Unconscionable". Note the wild story that Time fabricated, and the excuses for it, and blame cast only on the natural response to it!
"Trump’s vow to move embassy to Jerusalem is now a ‘decision-making process’". Evidence that Trump is capable of listening to wise counsel, despite Sheldon's shekeling.
"This Is Who You Really Are". You would think, if there are in fact 'good Jews' anywhere, that one of them would out Canary Mission.
"Jewish writer Daniel Sugarman: Richard Nixon was an anti-Semite".
Ha!: "A Jewish wanderer moving from place to place in hopes of repairing the world".
"Syria - "Rebel" Infighting And Turkish Losses Help the Government And Its Allies".
"Alleged U.S., Russian Cooperation Called Into Question – Is Trump Also Hostile To Assad?" There is always an obvious sane thing to do, and Jewish thing to do, and Presidents walk a tightrope. See also: "Trump’s “Syria Minus Iran” Overture to Putin and Assad".
"I can't believe how low the Independent newspaper of UK has stooped". The taunting of sore losers.
"Status of Women Minister Maryam Monsef skipped march against Trump".
Comment by Jess at Naked Capitalism on California voting.
"Will Trump Hop on an American Silk Road?" (Escobar; note that the cost of Wars For The Jews is obvious to the world, only Americans have been educated by their mainstream media not to see it):
"Ma said, “In the past 30 years, companies like IBM, Cisco and Microsoft made tons of money.” The problem was how the US spent the wealth: “In the past 30 years, America has had 13 wars at a cost of US$14.2 trillion.” So what if the US “had spent part of that money on building up their infrastructure, helping white-collar and blue-collar workers? You’re supposed to spend money on your own people. It’s not that other countries steal American jobs. It is your strategy – that you did not distribute the money in a proper way.”
In the meantime, something quite extraordinary happened at the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong, one day before Xi’s Davos speech. China Investment Corporation (CIC) chairman Ding Xuedong, referring to Trump’s much-vaunted US$1 trillion infrastructure building plan, said that created fabulous investment opportunities for China and his US$800 billion sovereign fund.
According to Ding, Washington will need at least an astonishing US$8 trillion to fund the infrastructure spectacular. Federal government and US private investors are not enough: “They have to rely on foreign investors.” And CIC is ready for it – focusing already on “alternative investments in the US”.""Obama’s “Pathological Legacy”: Heartless War Crimes, “Saving the Victims”. “Political Munchausen Syndrome” by Proxy" (Petras).