Wednesday, August 30, 2017

On the tracks

"Russia Slowly but Surely Putting an End to the American Empire".  China even more so.  Americans have forgotten how to do diplomacy.  Other than threatening annihilation, or actual war, the American government has no tools whatsoever with which to deal with other countries.  Competent diplomacy is eating the American Empire alive.

"Russia, China Join Together In Space Exploration Effort".

"Tillerson Caves, Will Appoint Special Anti-Semitism Envoy Who Monitors Criticism of Israel" (Weir).  I'd like to see a real attack on anti-Semitism, attacks on those who are actually attacking Semites.  People would probably be surprised to find the identity of the worst anti-Semites.

"Netanyahu uses fake “ancient” coin to justify settlements in West Bank".  I'm surprised it didn't have an inscription on it it Polish.

"Why is the media promoting Antifa?"  Blaming Trump and Bannon (!) for this is the kind of wackiness that continues to hold back the WSWS.

"Liberal Media Continues To Turn Against 'AntiFa': "This Is Food For The Adversary"".  The Atlantic?  Seriously?  There is obviously a civil war within World Jewry between Soros and his opponents.  I'll be curious to see if those on the 'left' who have asserted in no uncertain terms that antifa is a Nazi myth will walk back their claims.

"No End to Coverups" (Roberts).  Could Oklahoma City be part of the Boys on the Tracks cover-up, a cover-up which was extensive, went on for years, and involved a surprising number of murdered witnesses?

"More Misleading Russia-gate Propaganda" (Parry).  On the nothingburger that is Satergate.  These efforts to take down Trump are so laughably weak that I'm starting to wonder if there is some kind of conspiracy to protect Trump.  The guy's been a semi-sleazy New York City real estate developer for decades and this is the best you can come up with?

"A Sinister War on Our Right to Hold Cash" (Engdahl).  Besides the social control aspects, it appears the disinclination of the financial elites to pay interest to non-elites, and the desirability of a bigger pool from which to extract fees and negative interest, means that they require a way to force people to place money with them.
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