Thursday, March 09, 2017

A dud for now

"The NY Times Explains Why There Is So Much "Confusion" About Its "Trump Wiretapping" Story".  This is probably the single most amazing incident in the recent history of the Lügenpresse.  This turns on the distinction between the results of the Panopticon NSA surveillance, which we have to assume Barry got at least a summary of, and the parallel product of a FISA warrant, which the 'journalists'/liars are making a big deal of, claiming Barry didn't see that, which makes everything kosher.  This is some high level obfuscation!

Summary of the surveillance justifications makes a joke out of the FISA court:  "Intercepts - Help me count the ways ..."

"CIA's Dirty Cyber Tricks Exposed: "UMBRAGE" & Potential False Flag Attacks"".  E-x-t-r-e-m-e-l-y important, so the Lügenpresse will attempt to hide/downplay it, as it puts the final nail in the coffin of any possible respectable argument that anyone can know that the Russians or any other non-American actor was involved in a hacking attack.  Anyone who claims otherwise is simply a liar.

"Commentary: Wikileaks' CIA dump looks like a dud for now".  Vital background sentence:  "“Nemtsov was on every list of traitors published on the Internet and aired on state TV,” the Russian-Jewish journalist Leonid Bershidsky wrote on Bloomberg View after the murder."

"CIA-Funded Washington Post Doesn’t Think You Should Pay Attention To The CIA Leaks"!  Note the same attempt as in TPM to turn it into a double Russian conspiracy, with Kremlin asset Assange implicating the patriotic CIA in Russian skulduggery!

"Fresh Doubts about Russian ‘Hacking’" (Parry).  Repeats the definitive argument based on common sense strategizing (arguments about Russian interference depend entirely on perfect foreknowledge of a Trump win, while even well into election night the big media was calling for a certainly of a Clinton win):
". . . while it is true that many Russian officials, including President Putin, considered Clinton to be a threat to worsen the already frayed relationship between the two nuclear superpowers, the report ignores the downside for Russia trying to interfere with the U.S. election campaign and then failing to stop Clinton, which looked like the most likely outcome until Election Night.

If Russia had accessed the DNC and Podesta emails and slipped them to WikiLeaks for publication, Putin would have to think that the National Security Agency, with its exceptional ability to track electronic communications around the world, might well have detected the maneuver and would have informed Clinton.

So, on top of Clinton’s well-known hawkishness, Putin would have risked handing the expected incoming president a personal reason to take revenge on him and his country. Historically, Russia has been very careful in such situations, holding its intelligence collections for internal purposes only and not sharing them with the public."

CloudStrike has an invitation to the Russia-bashing party!  Superb background:  "From Russia, with Panic".

"The Russian Scare" (Shamir).

"An editor at the Washington Post wants a resumption of the Cold War".  If you let Traditional Enemies Of Peace run your media, you will pay for it, dearly.

Quaint reminder of how once, as difficult as it may be to believe, U.S. foreign policy was "shaped by (and for) multinational corporate interests":  "Remembering the Harken Money".

"‘The time to invest in Iran is now’".  The purest and most classic example of the beshekeling denying Americans the chance at wealth.  It is not that investment won't happen, somebody will reap the billions, it just won't be Americans, and it all utterly due to the Jews and their corrupted and controlled politicians.

"Blaming Assange".

"Canada’s Fake Posturing About Islamophobia":
"When the Canadian government presents itself as opposing Islamophobia, it is being willfully duplicitous, since Canada supports and nurtures the Saudi Arabian-style “Wahhabism” and sectarianism in Syria and beyond.  And it is this toxic ideology that creates fertile ground for Islamophobia, not the genuine Islam as taught and practiced in Syria."
"Muslim Brotherhood; CIA, Mossad, MI6; Sweden".

Evil:  "How the Jewish National Fund lobbies for war".

"The liberal roots of Islamophobia".  This is incomprehensible without knowing there is a huge and very expensive Zionist/Christian Zionist PR campaign going on to allow Jews to slaughter people and steal their land.

Another sign of Trump's underlying seriousness:  "Jon Huntsman to Be Trump’s Ambassador to Russia".

"Trump’s America “Kicked to the Curb,” Russia Takes Over World Leadership".  The supplicants now head for Moscow.

"“[Northern] Syrian War Report - March 8, 2017” - TTG".

"Lynne Stewart, Lawyer Imprisoned in Terrorism Case, Dies at 77".  Note all the shade cast in this obituary!

"But if you had to choose between living in a poor village in India and living in the Mississippi Delta or in a suburb of Milwaukee in a trailer park, I’m not sure who would have the better life."  Deaton sounds awfully smart for an economist.
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