Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Complexities

"NEO – The Fatal Flaw in Washington’s New Energy Strategy" (Engdahl) (needless to say, Engdahl consistently and obviously wrongly portrays Wars For The Jews as Wars For Oil, which is why I hardly ever cite his flawed work, and how does this jibe with the carbonite thesis? - it's complicated, as clearly seen in the conflicting policy moves vis-à-vis Qatar):
"If we view the often confusing Trump Administration policy aims through the special prism of global domination of natural gas and strategic denial of same for other rivals, a clear strategy is now visible. One key cornerstone of the Trump strategy is the attempt to make Poland a European hub for US shale gas via support of the Three Seas Initiative.

A second cornerstone of the new Washington strategy is to sabotage an emerging Qatar-Iran-Syria-Turkey natural gas alliance to bring the world’s largest natural gas reserves in the shared gas field in the Persian Gulf straddling both Iranian and Qatari territorial waters.

That sabotage was launched between Saudi Arabia and Washington during Trump’s recent visit to Riyadh where among other issues Trump encouraged a Saudi-led Sunni “Arab NATO.” The result was the bizarre Saudi-led sanctions against Qatar for ties to Iran and support of Muslim Brotherhood terrorism. Bizarre because as most of the observant world knows, Saudi Arabia today is the world’s leading sponsor and financier of terrorism along with Washington and has been since at least the support for Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda Mujahideen in Afghanistan after 1979."
and:
"The most serious fatal flaw however on the Trump USA shale export domination plan is the stability of shale gas production itself. Because of the geology of unconventional shale gas, the well production has a relatively high beginning flow rate. However, as repeated tests have shown, shale gas wells experience a hyperbolic decline in volume after about 4-5 years. tests indicate that gas volume can decline by some 80% after 7-8 years.

This means that perhaps 80% of the profit of a shale well comes only in the first 5-7 years before dropping dramatically. This means that to continue the levels of gas output far more wells must be drilled at a far higher cost in terms of gas price to the end users as well as costs to the environment."
"Wars for Millionaires and Billionaires".  But Bernie's a Khazar, and thus has to be a warmonger.  End of story, and end of the otherwise well-meaning Bernie as an alternative.  "Are Non-Jews Human?" (Shamir).

"Warplane faces 'tech problems and cost blowout'".

"Gulf Crisis: US Admits Fake News of Russian Hacking" (Cunningham).  They must think we have very short attention spans!

"Trump shows realism toward Iran" (Bhadrakumar).  Trump treats the whole world like it is Art of the Deal.  What is always described as lying is actually more like bluffing.

"Can Washington Prevent The Death Of The Gulf States?" (Moon).  So when they make wonderful new batteries which need some weird element only found in one odd place, will that place become the new Saudi Arabia?

"Woof! Woof! (What? Mice don't woof?)" (Lang).  The Khazars woke up one day only to find that the world had changed (at least temporarily).  "Netanyahu Pushes Trump Toward Wider Wars" (Parry).  As usual, watch what Trump does rather than what he says.  It is good to see the Khazar warmongering so clearly defined.

"Whose freedom does Radiohead support?"  Guess who is against BDS?:  "EXCLUSIVE: Gilad Atzmon on politics in music, Roger Waters, Palestine and humanitarianism".  I half agree:  BDS is indeed a Zionist trick, but insofar as it decreases Zionist political legitimacy, and based on the general principle that the current generation of Jews aren't as clever as they think they are, and constantly outwit themselves, I think it is a useful part of the necessary anti-Khazar weaponry.

"With New D.C. Policy Group, Dems Continue to Rehabilitate and Unify With Bush-Era Neocons" (Greenwald).  It is another good sign of positive Trumpian influence - forcing hidden cards on the table to be turned face up.  Shekels are bipartisan.  Tweet (Mark Ames) ('Dan Quayle's Brain'):
"Dan Quayle's Brain will save American democracy from the Russian menace. This is some serious Decline & Fall shit http://securingdemocracy.gmfus.org/team/advisory-"
Related:  "The Pathetic Rehabilitation Of Max Boot" (Tracey).

"Watergate and the Downing of Nixon, Part 4" (Baker) (a shame we can't see this level of analysis on the attack by the same IC on Trump; my emphasis in red):
"In fact, though the burglars were ostensibly seeking records while on a covert mission, they did not act like people who wished to avoid discovery. In addition to smashing the windows and prying open the front door with a crowbar, the burglars proceeded to vandalize the office, scattering papers, pills, and files across the floor. The result was to ensure the generation of a crime report, establishing a record of the burglary. The break-in would not become public knowledge until John Dean dramatically revealed it two years later — and implicitly tied Nixon to it by citing the involvement of Egil Krogh, the man in charge of Nixon’s so-called Plumbers unit.

Dean and his lawyers showed far greater enthusiasm for pursuing the Beverly Hills break-in than even the prosecutors. As Renata Adler wrote in the New Yorker: “Dean’s attorney, Charles Shaffer, practically had to spell it out to [the prosecutors] that they would be taking part in an obstruction of justice themselves if they did not pass the information on.”

Like Watergate, the Fielding office break-in was on its face a very bad idea that was not approved by Nixon but certain to deeply embarrass him and damage his public standing when it was disclosed. The principal accomplishment of the break-in was to portray Nixon as a man who had no decency at all — purportedly even stooping to obtain private psychiatric records of a supposed foe. This was almost guaranteed to provoke public revulsion.

The notion that a group surrounding the president could be working to do him in might sound preposterous to most of us. But not to veterans of America’s clandestine operations, where the goal abroad has often been to do just that.

And Nixon was a perfect target: solitary, taciturn, with few friends, and not many more people he trusted. Because of this, he had to hire virtual strangers in the White House, and as a result, the place was teeming with schemers. Nixon was too distrustful, and yet not distrustful enough. It was supremely ironic."
"Bob Woodward on Trump-Watergate comparisons: ‘Let’s see what the evidence is’".  It's Bernstein, supposedly the professional reporter rather than a planted intelligence asset, who has been much harder on Trump in the last six months!

"Leaked State Department Emails Reveal Connection To Donald Jr. Meeting".  Almost too good to be true - Browder, no less! - as evidence of machinations to involve Jr. in a sting.

"Pussy Riot Founder Says American Liberals Scapegoat Putin To Distract From Democrats' Problems". I assume she is reading off a Soros script.  The Soros-Adelson tiff is coming to a head in, of all places, Hungary:  "Analysis Why Netanyahu Hates George Soros So Much".  See also:  "Soros-Sponsored Immigration Network Exposed In Italy".

"Hungary: Paradise for liberals".  "The Unspeakable Crime Of Viktor Orban".  Orban is another one who acts completely differently than what he says.

"Separatists proclaim new state to replace Ukraine".  To replace the whole country! #Malorussia

""Zero Day" for Violent Regime Change in Venezuela" (Moon).  "Venezuela opposition calls strike, Trump threatens 'actions'".  It is striking how much the bad guys don't want the real referendum to take place.  Note the clear shameless bias of the CBC!:  "Venezuela referendum shows strong opposition to Maduro's constitution plan".

"Edward Snowden’s ‘guardian angels’ seek fast-track refugee claim to Canada".  I'm sure they'd get it too, but everybody in Ottawa is walking on eggshells worried about Trump and NAFTA.

"Toronto hotel dumps Trump’s name".  Bad for business.

"Has a Civil Rights Stalwart Lost Its Way?"  It is only the extreme right that has been pointing out for years what a scam the SPLC really is.

Has anybody else noticed that the Opera browser - still the only browser for real power users - is step by inevitable step becoming completely unusable?  Is the conspiracy to keep us from doing research by making sure there is no functioning browser?  Firefox is supposed to be coming out with a usable browser by disabling much of its functionality.  Chrome is a joke (I see steam come out of my computer when I try to open a tab, and fire if I try to open multiple tabs!).  Edge is like somebody's interpretation of a toy browser.  I'm experimenting with Vivaldi and Pale Moon.

Tweet, one of the greatest ever (Thomas Lopez-Pierre):
"After discussions with my Jewish supporters, I have agreed to NO longer use the words: "Greedy Jewish Landlords"."
"An overdose, a young companion, drug-fueled parties: The secret life of USC med school dean".  Based on this evidence, this is by far - by far! - the most moral and competent university administrator in the United States.  We should not give a shit about how he spends his spare time.  Isn't that the real message of the victory of Donald 'Grab Her By The Pussy' Trump?  Ignore the obvious distractions!
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