Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Horrifying secret

"False Flaggots".

The Zionist view (prepare to see it everywhere):  "The inconvenient Kurds".

"Referendum Blues: The Issue of an Independent Kurdistan".

"Israel is struggling to adapt to the end of the Syrian conflict".  Plan: utter devastation of Lebanon and WWIII started through Kurdistan.  We have to stop these monsters.

"The "Russian Influence" Story Falls Apart - A New Fairy Tale Is Needed" (Moon).  "MY SIDES! Those 3,000 ‘Russian Troll Farm’ Facebook Ads ‘Showed Support for Clinton’".  Facebook background:  "Facebook Adds Fuel to the Fire of Anti-Russian Frenzy".  "Leaked Descriptions Of Infamous "Russia Ads" Derail Collusion Narrative "They Showed Support For Clinton"".  "WPost Pushes More Dubious Russia-bashing".  It appears that the entire story is that the Russian embassy, well before the election, took some petty cash and ran some random experiments with what they could buy from Facebook.

"More on Imran Awan" (Giraldi).

"Analysis by Analogy: Myanmar is not Syria" (Cartalucci):
"In essence, the primary difference between Myanmar and Syria is that while in Syria the US is fueling militancy to topple a government beyond its reach and influence, in Myanmar, the US is manipulating the entire nation via two vectors its controls entirely – a militancy it is growing on one side, and a political establishment it has created from whole-cloth on the other."
"Pseudo-left groups push identity politics on seventh day of St. Louis protests".  "Rainbow Coalition or Class War?".

"Ukraine’s Chief Military Psychiatrist Fired After Uncovering Horrifying Secret".

"Very dangerous escalation in Syria" (The Saker).  "Inquiry Into Death of Russian Lt. Gen. Asapov Shows Data Leaks to Daesh – Source".  The idea is that Russian-American battlefield cooperation consists of each telling the other where their people are, so they won't accidentally kill each other, and the Americans then turn the info over to their ally ISIS so it can hit valuable targets.
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