Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Nazidar

"Sen. Lindsey Graham 'Didn't Know' About Niger? He Should Read More Nick Turse and TomDispatch".  "US Soldiers in Niger: A Hidden Global Mission" (Kampmark).

Ha!:  "whose brother happened to chair Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign".  "Uranium Deal Turns Spotlight on Hillary Clinton But Not the Way She Wanted".  "Mueller Investigating Podesta Group In Connection With Russia Probe".

"Will Media and Mafioso Breadcrumbs Crumble Russiagate?" (Butler).  Anatomy of one American anti-Russian PR stunt, involving 'Putin's chef' and a Wikipedia contributor called Kap677-2.

"UVA’s Miller Center Plans Three Days of Russophobia" (Swanson).

"If You Want To Understand The Next 10 Years, Study Spain" (Krieger).

"Mutual Assured Destruction" (Giraldi).  A little weird as it was the Ploughshares Fund that khazared Plame for linking to Giraldi!

"US Mercenaries, Iraqi Highways and the Mystery of the Never-Ending ISIS Hordes" (Gunnar).  Terrorist ratlines.

"Myanmar shows off its Israeli weapons" (Abunimah).

"Korea's Alt-Right, and How to Fight the Ones at Home". Korean kek.

"India, China, and the USA: the Situation around Mauritius" (Bokarev):
". . . in this case, the question arises as to why the USA voted against submitting the Chagos Islands issue to the International Court if India is its ally and will preserve the base on Diego Garcia. Perhaps, because the US prefers to deal with allies that depend on it, but not with those on which it depends. America wishes to be the head in any alliance, and the transfer of Chagos Islands to Mauritius may result in its falling under the influence of India. This would lead to the strengthening of India’s position in the America-India relations and the weakening of the US role."

"Trump plays up to the neocons and Netanyahu for some establishment support" (Weiss).  I think it fair to say that the shekeling - the politician buying required for Wars For The Jews - is a little more visible this time round.

"Trump Trashes Iran Deal to Satisfy Netanyahu" (Porter).  John Podhoretz has Nazidar:  "JPod Can Identify Filthy Anti-Semites Just from Their Filthy Anti-Semitic Faces" (Sailer).

"Where the New York Times Fails to Understand War" (Swanson).  I think they understand it all too well.  Irving Kristol (Bill's dad):
"Senator McGovern is very sincere when he says that he will try to cut the military budget by 30%. And this is to drive a knife in the heart of Israel... Jews don't like big military budgets. But it is now an interest of the Jews to have a large and powerful military establishment in the United States... American Jews who care about the survival of the state of Israel have to say, no, we don't want to cut the military budget, it is important to keep that military budget big, so that we can defend Israel."
and Norman Podhoretz (father of John):
"There was, to be sure, one thing that many of even the most passionately committed American Zionists were reluctant to do, and that was to face up to the fact that continued American support for Israel depended upon continued American involvement in international affairs– from which it followed that an American withdrawal into the kind of isolationist mood that prevailed most recently between the two world wars, and that now looked as though it might soon prevail again, represented a direct threat to the security of Israel."

"Guardian Sells False Image of an Open Jerusalem" (Cook).

"Groveling 4 Shekels; Racists Trying 2 Ban Gilad Atzmon from Speaking" (Bacon).  Atzmon goes undercover!

"Phoenix 2.0 - CIA's Vietnam War Terror Campaign Unleashed Upon Afghanistan" (Moon).

Putin at Valdai uses questions to take the opportunity address Europe on Ukraine.  Of course, the absolute last thing the Zionists and elderly American Cold Warriors want is a Ukraine that is friendly towards Russia.  Transcript.  Also:
"Sabine Fischer: Sabine Fischer, Science and Politics Foundation, Berlin.

Mr President, you were very critical about the West’s policy regarding its relations with Russia. Indeed, many aspects that you have touched upon call for an in-depth critical discussion. At the same time, we know that in any relationship – whether between countries or between people – both sides make mistakes. So I have a question. What political mistakes, in your opinion, has Russia made in its relations with the West over the past 15 years and what needs to be done, what conclusions need to be drawn for the future of these relations?

Vladimir Putin:
Our most serious mistake in relations with the West is that we trusted you too much. And your mistake is that you took that trust as weakness and abused it. It is therefore necessary to put this behind us, turn the page and move on, building our relations on the basis of mutual respect and treating each other as equal partners of equal value."

"Enter the Dragon, Exit the Turkey (Formerly American Eagle)" (Cunningham).

"Russia-China Tandem Changes the World" (Doctorow).  Lots of content here.

"A Soft Landing in the Middle East?" (Shamir).  Big overview of the state of play.  Iran and Russia doing well while making wise choices, Israel and the US, not so much.

"Hassan Diab Still in Legal Limbo as He Approaches His Fourth Year in a French Prison".  Every round of official investigation ends with the investigators saying this guy has an iron-clad alibi.

"The Casting Crib" (Goad).

"Why are these popular prescription opioids branded for a company that no longer exists?"  Needless to say, Teva is Israeli.
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