Saturday, April 01, 2017

Hurt feelings

"Michael Ignatieff’s looming battle with Hungary".  Not just any writer.  A lot to unpack here for the cognoscenti.

"'Russiagate' Is Failing And Its Supporters Are Getting Concerned".  "Putin Paranoia".  "Senate committee hearing blames Russian “information warfare” for social discontent in the US".  The 'hacking' of democracy has turned into Putin's hurting the feelings of the snowflakes.

"Evelyn Farkas: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know".  Snopes attempts to deflect the problem with a fine reading of timing (there is enough ambiguity that even ultra-ultra-partisan Snopes doesn't follow its usual practice of declaring Hillary/Barry utterly vindicated/exonerated):  "Did Evelyn Farkas Just Leak Information Confirming President Obama Spied on President Trump?"  But "NBC Confirms Obama Administration Officials Saved Trump-Russia Probe Docs".

This curious piece, from February 14, can't be taken back:  "Trump Campaign Aides Had Repeated Contacts With Russian Intelligence".  The general Democrat position is to talk loudly about what they know and then claim there is nothing wrong or suspicious in how they know it.

There was a collection of material gathered and actually curated by the Obama administration, pre-inauguration, and probably circulated amongst a wide circle of Democrat apparatchiks.  You really have to wonder if the hesitation in not using this material pre-election was due to a combination of 1) certainty of the Hillary win, and 2) fear that it would raise questions about the origins of the material.  They are now trying to have it both ways - relying on the material while hoping nobody will ask how Barry got his mitts on it - and may have obtained the worst possible result, with no real damning content but everybody wondering how they got it.

"WikiLeaks Reveals "Marble": Proof CIA Disguises Their Hacks As Russian, Chinese, Arabic...".  "Marble Framework".  So anybody claiming they can prove the origin of a hack is full of shit.

The slumlord's slums.

"McCain Furious At Rex Tillerson For Saying Assad Can Stay".  More accurately, McCain is furious - and McCain being furious is hardly newsworthy! - that it is a stated American government position that the people who live in a country, at least in Syria and at least at this time, have a say in the picking of their leader.  What an outrage!

"Russia and China Catch Security Council in a Devastating Lie".

"Extent of the Damage in Palmyra Gets Documented".  The civilized world thanks the Ziowahabbicans for their efforts.

Irony:  "Brazil Coup Architect Eduardo Cunha Sentenced to 15 Years for Corruption".  I'll bet a lot of the very clever people who thought this coup was a very clever idea are wondering what it will be like when they are all in jail and Lula is back in power.

"Behind Michael Flynn's Turkish Lobbying Controversy, An Israeli Gas Pipeline".  This may be the power behind Flynn's immunity bluff - there are certain things ZOG can't have said out loud.  The Gülen rendition may be just the cover story to hide the real machinations.

"NAFTA Kills: Who will Speak for the Working Class?" by Murray Dobbin.

"The Bin Ladens, the Bushes and 9/11: A Former US President Meets Osama’s Brother, Not Subject to Anti-terrorism Legislation".
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