Thursday, November 30, 2017

Flask

How to handle victor's 'justice'!:  "Bosnian Croat Slobodan Praljak dies on drinking poison".

More on The Clarification:  tweet (Robert Draper):
"Also at this morning's House Democratic caucus: James Clyburn compared Conyers' accusers to the child murderer Susan Smith, who initially claimed a black man had abducted her kids. Clyburn said, these are all white women who've made these charges against Conyers."
"Harassment allegations knock Dems off message".  To be fair, the enthusiasm with which Republicans continue to support Moore, a serial child molester, is also clarifying. There is the strong whiff to all of this of Jerry Lee Lewis and the Old South.

Tweets by Paul Szoldra‏ of statements over the years of American generals seeing victory just around the corner in Afghanistan!

"Roger Waters broadcasts cancelled in Germany over support for Israel boycott".  Oddly, Waters managed to take his tour through Canada with great reviews and not a peep from the usual suspects.

"Did Kushner Keep Tillerson in the Dark on Saudi-Lebanon Move?" (Perry).  "White House Denies Kushner Greenlit Saudi Actions in Hariri Episode".  Since it was such a spectacular cock-up, the PR spin from various sides in Washington is going into overdrive.

"Saudi Prince Who Wooed West Finds Few Friends in Tough Times".  "A Prince’s Uncertain Fate Deepens Mystery in Saudi Arabia" (Sorkin). When the inevitable coup occurs and the Old Guard retakes power, this failure to stand up for old friends will have consequences.

"Detained Saudi Prince Buys His Freedom For $1 Billion" (Durden).

"Israeli Defense Minister Contradicts Netanyahu: "There Is No Iranian Military Force On Syrian Land"" (Durden).  There are strong indications that the sane people in Israel do not think they will win a war against Hezbollah, and in fact it could be an 'existential' disaster.  Of course, the sane people don't run Israel.

USA to ISIS: 'I can't quit you':  "Hassan Nasrallah: the US keep supporting ISIS in every possible way".

"Barzani adviser: Kurdish secession is inevitable".  "In possible nod to Israel, two top Saudi officials visit Paris synagogue".  "The Israelis and redefining sovereignty".

"Syrian End-Game: An Albatross Around Turkish Neck?" (Sheikh).  But contrast:  "The End Of The Syrian War Is The Beginning Of A New Middle Eastern Order" (Pieraccini), where Turkey doesn't come out too badly at all (and see:  "Why Mueller Is REALLY Indicting Flynn"!):
"A NATO country is letting Russian military aircraft fly over its airspace to reach Syria, something that would have been impossible to imagine not too long ago."
"Face It, The Mighty U.S. Aircraft Carrier is Finished" (Kazianis).  American imperial decline is running through all the stereotypical symptoms as if the American functionaries are following a check list from the Roman, Byzantine and British Empires.

"Cheap and crude Mossad propaganda in Vanity Fair" (Angry Arab).

"Suddenly, I’m a ‘Russian Agent’!" (Lindorff).  "State Department Condemns* Designation Of Media As Foreign Agents (*only applies to Russia)" (Moon).  This just makes the Empire look weak.

"NSA whistleblower William Binney: Russiagate is total “crap”" (Alexis).

"Blowback: CNN Pushes Plan To "Ban The Term 'Fake News'"" (Watson).  Walking back a disastrous, backfiring, PR campaign.

"Woman’s effort to infiltrate The Washington Post dates back months".  The real story here is that the right-wing ratfuckers assume, almost correctly, that the Washington Post is so addled and incompetent that they can run a trick against it while taking almost no precautions about making the trick even slightly plausible.

"Reporters Without Borders seeks to cancel press event critical of White Helmets".  Beeleyphobia.

"Aung San Suu Kyi stripped of 'Freedom of Oxford' honour". That'll fix her!

"Myanmar accused of wiping out secret network of Rohingya reporters".  The Pope, no less, was sent to fix things, and noticeably didn't, though, to be fair, I imagine he was told that stirring things up would actually enrage the generals running things, making progress even more difficult.

"Peter Thiel May Be Looking To Buy Gawker.com".  Rich people can now buy history itself by obtaining rights of archives and removing them from internet access.

"Failure to End Use of Toxic Herbicide Glyphosate ‘Nothing Short of Scandalous’".  "Germany swings EU vote in favor of weed-killer glyphosate".

"Legatum: the Brexiteers’ Favorite Think Tank: Who is Behind Them?" It is striking how various political fractures have created such strange bed fellows, even in the vile world of the stinktanks.

"Africans are being sold at Libyan slave markets. Thanks, Hillary Clinton." (Reynolds!).

"Saudi Arabia - Budget Dilemma Escalates - Salmans Resort To Product Placement?" (Moon).  Bernhard's eagle eye.  Comment by Misa.  This is very strange.

"Today's Blind Items - Tragedy From Almost Day One" (CDaN).  Guesses (note that the linked Wikipedia article is completely slanted to the male narrative;  Two-Lane Blacktop is a splendid little movie):
"Actress: Laurie Bird
Director/films: Monte Hellman ("Two-Lane Blacktop" and "Cockfighter")
A list musicians: James Taylor and Dennis Wilson
A list mostly movie director: Woody Allen ("Annie Hall")
Significant other: Art Garfunkel"

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Gossiping

"Today's Blind Items - The Second Movie Ruined My Life" (CDaN; see also this one, guessed to be Ari Emanuel, brother of Rahm, and amongst the most powerful Hollywood agents).  The guesses:
"Actress: Mariel Hemingway
Celebrity royalty: paternal grandparents were Hadley Richardson (1891–1979) and Nobel Prize–laureate novelist Ernest Hemingway
Death and destruction: Grandfather Ernest Hemingway shot himself with his favorite shotgun; sister Margaux Hemingway died from an overdose of phenobarbital; In 2013, her younger sister Mariel revealed in the documentary "Running from Crazy" that both Margaux and their older sister Muffet had been sexually abused by their father
First movie: "Lipstick"
Second movie: "Manhattan"
Older family member: sister Margaux Hemingway (dated Robert Evans 14 years older; Warren Beatty 17 years older; Errol Weston 14 years older; Bernard Faucher
Actor: Woody Allen"
"NBC Fires Matt Lauer For "Inappropriate Sexual Behavior", Trump Gloats" (Durden). Lauer has been in the gossip blind items for years.  "Matt Lauer Fired at NBC for ‘Inappropriate Sexual Behavior’":  "Although Lack’s memo says it was the first complaint about Lauer’s behavior in the 20+ years he’s been at NBC News, Lack has “reason to believe this may not have been an isolated incident.”"!!!

"Today's Blind Items - Family Killer" (CdAN).  Guesses:
"Permanent A list musician: Richard Carpenter
Sister: Karen Carpenter ("Little Girl Blue")
Permanent A+ list mostly movie actor: Warren Beatty
A+ list producer who seemingly will seemingly never die: Robert Evans"
Richard Carpenter, Bob Evans, Warren Beatty and Roman Polanski - note how Harvey Weinstein was a big part of the Polanski rehabilitation campaign! - are all still alive.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

It's truly complicated

"The end is in sight in Syria" (Lang).  "Trump’s line on Syria prevails – in Washington" (Bhadrakumar).  "There’s light at the end of Syrian tunnel" (Bhadrakumar).  Despite the clouds of bellicose rhetoric that surround Trump (he seems to regard crazy talk as a necessary substitution for crazy action in the context of the American political arena), all the hard evidence still points to the fact that Trump is trying to clean things up in a sane manner.  It is interesting how much more intelligently focused Trump is immediately after he has even the slightest contact with Putin (so you can see why #Russiagate continues, despite its obvious absurdity).  It also seems clear that the American government is not entirely committed to sanity, particularly the CIA and parts of the Pentagon, but that the chain of command still, slowly and clumsily, works.

"The Raqqa Exodus: The US Coalition’s “Secret Deal” to Allow ISIS-Daesh Terrorists to Escape…" (Chossudovsky).  "Obama hoped to use Islamic State as leverage against Assad, John Kerry reveals" (Kerry:  "It's truly complicated.").  "Bin Laden's Tora Bora escape, just months after 9/11".

Israeli PR:  "Putin Is Mediating A Secret Deal Between Assad And Netanyahu, Bombshell Report Reveals".  Bibi doesn't like the fact that he is not relevant.

"Fighting Israel's Wars" (Giraldi).  Note the Pipes quote - "Victory means imposing your will on your enemy so he no longer wants to continue to fight" - which ironically is starting to apply to Khazarstan.

"Did NBC Push An Unfounded Conspiracy Theory On Behalf Of CIA?" (Madsen):
"US Senate and House computer systems and network have been vulnerable to outside penetration ever since 2002, when Foxcom Wireless, a Jerusalem-based Israeli wireless start-up firm, received a contract to install a wireless system in the US Capitol and Senate and House office buildings. Foxcom was heading into bankruptcy before landing the lucrative contract for the US Capitol complex. Foxcom Wireless moved its headquarters to Vienna, Virginia and renamed itself MobileAccess Networks. In 2011, Mobile Access, Ltd. was bought by Corning, Inc. and merged into its Corning Cable Systems subsidiary.

It was discovered after the contract with the US House that Foxcom paid $280,000 to Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who was later convicted for bribery, mail fraud, and tax evasion, who helped secure the contract by lobbying members and staff of the powerful House Administration Committee, which was seen, at the time, as a corrupt congressional version of New York's infamous Tammany Hall. The powerful committee has been dubbed the "City Hall" of Capitol Hill.

There was not a single member, except for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who voiced objections to the Foxcom contract.The deal had the personal support of House Speaker Dennis Hastert, later convicted of lying to federal investigators about details of his paying hush-money in a pedophile scandal.

The congressman who originally introduced Foxcom to the House Administration Committee was House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer. Hoyer's sister, Bernice Manocherian, once served as the executive president of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the largest Jewish influence-peddling operation in the United States. House Administration Committee members who approved the deal with the Israelis were committee chairman Bob Ney and Representatives Candice Miller, Zoe Lofgren, and Juanita Millender-McDonald. Ney was later convicted of conspiracy and making false statements in the Abramoff influence-peddling scandal.

Foxcom ensured that its "contract" to "re-wire" Congress saw no oversight from TDS technicians or employees of either the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms or House Information Resources Office. The House Information Resources Office reports to the Chief Administrative Office of the House. Today, it is convenient for the media to ignore what Abramoff's actions have since allowed the Israeli mafia – the true culprits in the 2016 DNC/DCCC hacks – to have accomplished. Many of the Trump Organization's global partners are members of this particular mafia and its various branches."
"Saudi anti-terrorism summit panned on social media".  Salman should just get it over with and proudly sport his kippah. "How Far Will the ‘Friendship’ of Israel and Saudi Arabia Go?" (Kulikov).

Phone porn:  "Trump's communications equipment outside the White House" (Electrospaces).

Monday, November 27, 2017

Not Happy

"What If? An Alternative Strategy for 9/12/2001" (Sjursen).  Of course, the current 9/11 is listening to those calling for a war on Iran (and Hezbollah), #Russiagate, continued war in Afghanistan, hanging around as the last guy at the party while the host turns out the lights in Syria, and numerous mini-wars in Africa and the Middle East.  The election of Trump in large part represented a mandate to stop this consistent pattern of stupidity, yet here we are.

"Jews and American Wars" (Atzmon):
"I am not critical of people who avoid wars or even escape the battlefield. I would just suggest that if you do not plan to give up your life in a war, make sure that your Lobby doesn’t push for one."
"World Chaos Diagnosis: Acute Zionist Infestation" (Butler).  "The Zionist-Wahhabis are gearing up for a new war" (Mirzaei).

Paul Jay interviews Larry Wilkerson:
 "I’m not sure Russia will be willing to step into that one, because I think that would be propitious for Putin to stand on the sidelines and watch the United States, mainly because of Israel and its commitment to Israel, and to a certain extent Saudi Arabia, get sucked into it. That’s exactly my expectation, that we are going to, as one headline had it the other day, be the Saudis’ proxy. The Saudis are going to fight Tehran to the last dead American, and the Israelis of course will fight Hezbollah to the last dead American. They’ll do a little bit better of the fighting, but that’s the way it will be. The Saudis are utterly incompetent at military operations. You’re seeing that in Yemen. They drop their bombs from so high altitude because their pilots are scared to death of getting hit by antiaircraft fire that the bombs go everywhere, schools, hospitals, churches. It is going to be, if it is going to be, an extremely brutal war.

Iran will respond probably asymmetrically. They will not exchange hardware with Saudi Arabia. They will send the Quds Force, now highly trained and highly capable, into the oil-producing regions of Saudi Arabia, where Shia mostly work, and they will stoke those Shia, and the kingdom, and Mohammad bin Salman, this consolidating of power crown prince will suddenly have a rebellion on his hands. This could really get bad. It can go bad really fast."
"Congressmen Pressed Obama To Pardon Spy Lawrence Franklin" (Smith).  Regarding an earlier iteration of the Khazar anti-Iran campaign in Washington.

"On the Kurdish Question" (Dabashi).


"How Israel is 'cleansing' Palestinians from Greater Jerusalem" (Cook).


"Israel has more legitimacy than US because the bible mentions Jerusalem, not New York — says David Harris" (Weiss).

"US Looks to Southeast Asia to Unleash its ISIS Hordes" (Cartalucci). Wandering American Salafist proxy army + color revolution (George, again!) = potential disaster.


Ben Norton tweets on Bayard Rustin.  "Is #TheResistance a CIA Front?" (Raimondo).

Jeremy Bentham goes for a spin:  "Self-Driving Cars And Deciding Who Lives And Dies - Sacrificing Your Family For The "Greater Good"".

PROFILES IN COURAGE, proving the Dems can fumble any possible issue. You get your pizza wherever you can find it:  "Ex-Clinton Foundation Official Tied To Chinese Kindergarten Embroiled In Bizarre Sexual Abuse Scandal".

Society pages:  "A Good Day in New York for a Former TV Anchor".  "Prosecutors Decline to File Rape Charges Against Police Leader’s Son".

A tweet to which someone replied:  "She's not Happy."

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Like watching a car crash in slow motion

"The U.S. Military as a Zionist Organization" and its comments.

"International Jews Found New Kurdistan Lobby" (Striker).  Axis of Goyim!  This isn't over - just look at the worthies involved in the new Jewish Coalition for Kurdistan!

"Jew Confesses After “Antisemitism” Furore in Marseille: Jewish-Owned Shops Were Tagged with the Word “Juif”".

"Library cancels anti-Islam film screening".

"Chief Liberal Party fundraiser tied to $8M loan to offshore trust in Cayman Islands".  Nobody will dive into this in any serious way, for the usual reasons.

Abu Kamal (Al-Bukamal):
  1. The last ISIS controlled city in Syria.
  2. The missing link in the transport road from Iran to Lebanon and the Syrian port of Latakia (home of the Russian Khmeimim Air Base). 
  3. Nasrallah calls the American tricks to assist ISIS in blocking this road the 'Daesh conspiracy'.
  4. The Syrian Arab Army took Abu Kamal, and then lost it:  "ISIS retakes Albukamal after Syrian Army fails to secure city".
  5. Then the Syrian Arab Army finally retook the city:  "Syria army, allies retake Albu Kamal from IS: military source" and "Syrian army, allies take back Albu Kamal from Islamic State".
  6. The Russians have accused the Americans of allowing ISIS forces to escape, on phony humanitarian grounds, presumably in part to allow them to regroup to fight in Abu Kamal:  "Abu Kamal and Raqqa: Is the US-Led Coalition Colluding With Daesh in Syria?".  Tweet (Nizar Nayouf).
  7. Needless to say, there is no conceivable American national interest in collaborating with the terrorists - this is entirely Khazar driven.
  8. The infamous 'Shi'ite crescent' has now been quietly formalized without anybody purporting to notice.
"Why doesn’t Russia defend Syria against Israeli fighter jets?" Ha!, Putin doesn't want his 'Jews' back! Can you blame him?

"Rwanda could take 10,000 refugees from Israel: Minister". Can you imagine the response if any other country publicly planned something like this?  It makes a complete mockery of laws protecting refugees.

""Trump’s Saudi Scheme Unravels" - Alastair Crooke" (Lang).

"How Will Iran, Russia And Turkey React To U.S. Decision To Stay In Syria After Defeat Of ISIS?" (Colonel Cassad blog).  The Syrian Kurds are the Khazar pressure point, but the 4 + 1 have multiple geopolitical strategic weapons to use to convince the Syrian Kurds to make the sane decision.

"Reports: SDF spox Silo defects to FSA, Turkey". "Senior official in US-backed Syria forces defects to Turkey-rebels" (another indication that Turkey is onside with Russia and Iran in general geopolitical planning):
"The officials gave no reason for move by Silo, who was the SDF spokesman, but it follows months of growing discontent by some Arab tribes with the SDF, an alliance of Kurdish and Arab forces that is dominated by the Kurdish YPG.

Many local Arab tribes in areas controlled by the SDF complain they are marginalized in decision making and blame the YPG for discrimination against them, including the forced conscription of their youths. The YPG denies these allegation.

“Silo was secretly coordinating with commanders from the FSA and when he entered areas under their control he then crossed into Turkish territory,” said Ibrahim al-Idlibi, an FSA spokesman.

Kurdish fighters, alongside Arab allies, U.S. advisers and coalition jets, have driven Islamic State from swathes of territory including its former Syrian headquarters in Raqqa city.

The Kurdish YPG militia and its political allies have carved out autonomous cantons in the north, and now control nearly a quarter of Syria. Their influence angers neighbor Turkey, which considers the YPG an extension of the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party that has fought a decades-long insurgency on Turkish soil."

"Second Hand Weapons Flying the ‘Friendly Skies’ of Germany and Ukraine" (Kamens; read the whole thing).  Remember the car crash that unveiled the Turkish 'deep state'?:
"When there was a crash near Trier, Germany, last year, involving a road transport carrying an unmarked container from the Baumholder army base, which is a weapons depot, few would have suspected that it would unmask a mechanism of weapons trafficking including both private and private airbases: Bitburg Airport (a former US military base) and the Spangdalem Air Base.

There are even allegations from locals in Germany that another base is involved, Büchel Air Base, which houses the military wing of the Luftwaffe. This is located, most conveniently, about 60km from Spangdalem. It is already a large active facility, but a field visit in early September confirmed that even more construction is planned and the security system is being upgraded/ They told this writer that he was on the right investigating the rat line of weapons, as only recently confirmed by other sources.

The fatal road accident was never reported in the international news, not because it wasn’t noteworthy but the opposite. The Americans were doing their best to keep the German authorities in the dark about what was being transported, and it would not be politically expedient on the German side to allege that both the Americans and private contractors are using at least one of the bases for less than honourable purposes, particularly when one of these facilities stockpiled nuclear weapons during much of the Cold War.

The Büchel Air Base in the Eifel region is the only place in Germany where nuclear weapons are known to have been deployed. Once they were removed however they were not destroyed but put in underground storage facilities and new weapons delivered to replace them. Following the emptying of the Ramstein arsenals, experts say it is “likely that Büchel could return as a subject of political discussion.” And that is what has happened!

Apparently, now that it does not serve its original function, the base is also being used to provide logistic support for trans-shipments of conventional weapons to Ukraine and hotspots beyond. A German source added, “The Americans think we don’t know what is going on, and by keeping German staff away from their activities they can ensure that we are not informed – let them know, the Americans, that we are not so naïve!”"

"OPEC King: How Vladimir Putin took the 'oil crown' from Saudi Arabia":
"In the past, the Saudis could impose their will on prices and punish rivals, oversaturating the market, as they did against other OPEC members in 1985-86, Venezuela in 1998-1999 and the shale oil industry in 2014-15.

But now the economy of Saudi Arabia is going through shocks, the Kingdom needs higher oil prices. On some parameters, given the breakeven point, Saudi Arabia needs higher prices than Iran or Russia, which when calculating its budget for the next year, counts oil prices at $ 40 per barrel.

The actions of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman aimed at combating corruption, including the sudden arrests of dozens of princes and billionaires, seem to have only strengthened the newfound dependence of the kingdom on Russia. "The cleaning-out has turned upside down a multi-year model that united the elite and drew the success of its ambitious economic reform program into a battle for survival," states Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Energy Aspects Ltd. in London.

"Against the backdrop of this vulnerability, we believe that the kingdom, and more importantly, Mohammed bin Salman, need high oil revenues and therefore high oil prices, which will allow him to remain in power," Sen says."
"al-ghazali would be saddened." (Lang).

"EXCLUSIVE: Trump’s 'ultimate deal' seen as ultimatum to Palestinians".  "Is Palestinian Pres. Abbas refusing to take Jared Kushner’s Phone Calls?"  Just another offer they can't possibly accept so they can be blamed for being the problem when they don't accept it.  "The PLO is better off without an office in Washington" (Kuttab).

"Trump Administration Plays Media Like Fiddle on Iran/HBO Hacking Story" (Johnson). The clumsy PR mechanics is left exposed, and the media carries on anyway.

"seventy years of NYT asslicking" (Niqnaq compilation of tweets by Abdullah Al-Arian).  Disappeared while I was making this, so see here.

The Ukrainian coup attempt in part of Novorossiya:  "3 Scenarios for the Coup in the Lugansk People's Republic" (Popov) and "Ten Ukrainian saboteurs uncovered within the ranks of Donbass officials".

"Former Secret Service Agent Threatens To Reveal Details About Bill Clinton And Epstein's "Lolita Express"". It is funny how the details of this story remain hanging around like an unexploded grenade.

"One-Third of All Navy Brass Caught in Huge Foreign Bribery Scandal".  'Fat Leonard'.

"Sudan Is Indispensable to China’s Silk Road Vision for Africa"(Korybko).  Another striking example of China at work while the US fucks around moving useless soldiers around the continent.  Just think of what the Americans could do with just a tiny fraction of the money wasted on its military.

Hilarious Sailer on Khazar group supremacism and the defining characteristic of violent racist group supremacists, that they are completely oblivious to it:  "Retconning Thanksgiving":
"It’s actually quite amusing that our national mythology has been hijacked in order to rectify the resentments people feel toward those who got to belong to Los Angeles Country Club back when great-grandpa was stuck belonging to Hillcrest Country Club, but if you aren’t Larry David this is no laughing matter, if you know what’s good for you."
and "We Need a National Holiday of Adulation and Gratitude for Jewish Immigration"!

I thought this was a particularly striking collection of images from Tom Clark.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

The Power of Anti-sectarianism

I'd like to note how important recent events in Lebanon (and Syria, and Iraq) have been.

The Khazars, and their Saudi pals, are a one-trick pony.  That trick is to manipulate people using sectarianism within Islam.

Lebanon is a sectarian minefield, and the Jared/Salman/Kissinger (?) plan was to upset the delicate applecart by producing a phony attack/kidnapping by Shi'ite Hezbollah on Hariri, a Sunni politician (with Saudi family origins). Israel planned to step in after the resulting implosion on a 'humanitarian' basis to do what Khazars do, kill people and steal their land (walking away with southern Lebanon and the waters of the Litani River which rich Khazar industrialists and farmers have always craved), and the blaming of the whole problem on Iran would provide the casus belli for an American attack on Iran, and a probable WWIII.  So stupid all around, and yet so typical.

The Lebanese have been through hell with sectarianism, and, of course, illegal genocidal attacks by the Khazars or Khazar agents, and have finally got a functioning country, and they like it.  The people of Lebanon saw right through Salman's plan, and mocked it, and Michel Aoun, the Maronite Christian leader, to his eternal credit, said 'Hell No'.  If Hariri was going to resign, he was going to have to appear in the relative sanctuary of Lebanon and resign in person, thus removing, to the extent possible, the actual physical coercion and threats of Salman.  Despite the fact Salman still has Hariri's children as hostages, Hariri fully manned up, and effectively ended the Salman/Khazar machinations (see also).

We see this over and over again.  The Khazars intended to exploit the Sunni/Shi'ite/Kurd divisions in Iraq, leading to the destruction of the country into three, relatively impotent, statelets (the Yinon plan).  Instead, Khazar overreaching in the attempt to make Greater Kurdistan led to a pulling together by the Iraqi army and various militias (and probably even some Kurds, who realized that Greater Kurdistan was going to get everybody killed), and the creation of a new pan-Iraqi nationalism.

In Syria, all we've heard for years is that Assad was an Alawite, and his support was limited to a small minority of people within Syria, so his toppling was inevitable.  This was untrue, as his support ranged across the spectrum of Syrian politics, with most people realizing that the alternative to Assad was some kind of Libyan-style hell.  Retaking the country from the human organ munchers and headloppers has created a new Syrian national identity, the exact opposite of the Khazar plans.

The latest anti-Khazar efforts of the peaceniks is to defang the Syrian Kurd situation:  "Trump Reportedly Tells Erdogan US Will Cease Arming Syrian Kurds".  Syrian Kurds deserve some reward for their brave fighting of Evil in Syria, but that reward, the only one Turkey can live with, has to be some status short of a country, a state within a Syrian federal government.  As always, the key is to create a national identity based on geography, rather than the sectarian identity the Khazars have always exploited.

The big shift within Islam to finally reject the Khazar exploitation of sectarian differences is the unnoticed end of the Khazar imperialist project.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Convenient lives

"New Footage From Inside Riyadh Ritz-Carlton Reveals Princes Swapping Assets For Freedom" (Durden).  "Alwaleed Bin Talal Reportedly Hung Upside Down And Beaten By US Mercenaries" (Durden).  To be taken with a grain of salt.  Salman is looking for ostensible American support for his plans, having been led into them by Jarred's wise counsel.

"Drums Along the Euphrates - TTG".  "Syria - This U.S. Occupation - Or "Presence" - Is Unsustainable" (Moon).  There are insurmountable technical/strategic/geographical problems with the Khazar plans for Americans in Syria.  The good news is that Putin has had a chance to explain the news to Trump; the bad news is that the US military is acting independently of Trump.

"John Kerry is still kicking Netanyahu’s butt" (Alexis).  What prompted the surprising Kerry truth bomb attack?

""They Went After The Women Who Came Forward" - Former Obama HHS Secretary Exposes The Clintons".

"US Cuts Funds for Disarming Explosives It Dropped on Cambodia" (Cartalucci).  I think it is amazing that Americans had taken any steps to clean up an American mess.

"JFK Files Reveal Bobby Kennedy And CIA Plotted False Flag War With USSR" (Durden).  Always a sensitive subject.

"The Plutocrats Are Pursuing Internet Censorship And They’re Barely Even Hiding It" (Johnstone).  "From an Open Internet, Back to the Dark Ages" (Cook).  After sputtering around for a while after the 'fake news' ploy ended in such derisive laughter (and actually backfired by identifying sources of truth), the bad guys have decided to mount the full attack on multiple fronts to make sure that the truth never again gets in the way of their plans.

"Israel’s top diplomat spouts anti-Semitic criticism of American Jews — ‘having quite convenient lives’" (also, Atzmon).  It is especially 'anti-Semitic' if it is true.  It is hilarious that the entire basis for Khazars serving in the US military is to serve as a foundation for a future political career leading Americans around by the nose (seriously, there is an entire bizarre genre of 'American' Khazar boasts about their children being in the military, albeit almost always IDF!).  There appears to be deep concern in Israel that the usually reliable 'American' Khazars are no longer pulling their political weight, reflected in the current series of failures of Israeli plans due to what is seen as insufficient American enthusiasm.

"Prof. Tony Hall wins – U. of Lethbridge backs down, does the right thing" (Barrett).  They have all these formal safeguards to protect academic independence and throw them out the window whenever this kind of false flag appears.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

His red right hand

"Sex matters in experiments on party drug — in mice".  I think they mean gender but it doesn't make quite the same headline.  You have to wonder how many scientific 'facts' are wrong as the experimenters didn't control for the right thing, or even were able to conceive of the thing they needed to control.

"Brian Eno and Roger Waters scorn Nick Cave's 'principled stand' to play in Israel".  Cave didn't just play there, he got all snooty about being criticized for it (see also, Margaret Atwood).  "Nick Cave shuns Palestinians, wins praise from Israel lobby".  Shekels do terrible things to people, and allow us to separate the wheat from the chaff.  It appears Sheldon is the man with the red right hand.

"India scraps “flagship” missile deal with Israel" (Abunimah).  I suspect there is some missing back story here.

"Hariri's "Unresignation" As Seen In A Bizarre Photo With The Iranian Ambassador" (Durden).  "How Saudi Efforts to Provoke War Were Stopped and Lebanon United. The Role of Hezbollah".  The Saudi plot - well, I assume it was an Israeli plot as Salman isn't bright enough to come up with it - went sideways when everybody in Lebanon stood up against it and put aside their usual differences.  We should give some credit to Hariri's personal courage - his children are still being held hostage by Salman and the headloppers (good name for a band!) - in standing up to Evil.

"Did The Putin/Assad Meeting Cement The End Of America's Mid-East Dominance?" (Luongo).  Portrayed as the turning point in wrecking a much larger plan.  And credit to Assad, who could easily have fled to London early on with lots of money and abandoned his country to the headloppers.  Edmund Burke (sort of, via JFK mangling):  "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.".

"Boy, Is This Stupid or What?" (Giraldi).  On protecting the headloppers, so they may fight another day as an American proxy army, and keep the Americans in the 'game' (see also:  "U.S. moves toward open-ended presence in Syria after Islamic State is routed"):
"A waggish friend of mine suggested that Mattis might be deliberately selectively releasing ISIS fighters so the U.S. will never have to leave Syria, but my own theory is somewhat different. I think that Washington, which has done so little to defeat ISIS, wants some threat to continue so it can keep its own “resistance forces” in place and active to give it a seat at the table and a voice at the upcoming Geneva discussions for a political settlement in Syria. Otherwise Washington will be outside looking in. The unspeakable Nikki Haley at the U.N. appears to endorse that line of thinking by asserting that Washington will continue “to fight for justice” in Syria no matter what the rest of the world decides to do.

Does this mean that we can expect considerable fumbling and a game with no exit strategy, something like a replay of Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya? You betcha."

"Russia In Syria - Military 'Failure' Sets Off Intense Diplomacy" (Moon).  Amusing list demonstrating the inevitability technique used by the mainstream media.  Remember the neocons all said an American attack on Iraq was inevitable, so you might as well get it over with while conditions are at their best?  This technique only works as PR if you control the whole narrative - if brave and good people stand up to you, you look like a fool.

"Zionism’s Violent Legacy"  (Neff, from 1996).  There is nothing new in the world.

"Israel’s New Ambassador to Israel Talking About Israel" (Mantiq al-Tayr).

This is hilarious, given the literally constant betrayal of the US by Israel:  "Exclusive: What Trump Really Told Kislyak After Comey Was Canned".

"Nuclear Stability, Conventional Instability: North Korea and the Lessons from Pakistan":
"The Pakistani case illustrates three things. First, the acquisition of nuclear weapons is not a silver bullet that suddenly allows states to achieve significant revisionist objectives. The logic of conventional and nuclear deterrence quickly overpowers domestic political rhetoric about reclaiming “lost” territories. Second, attempts at territorial revision are early and short-lived: they are (rarely) satisfied or (more often) thwarted and then not reattempted. Pakistan attempted the Kargil infiltration a year after it acquired nuclear weapons, failed, and then a new status quo set in. It has not attempted a repeat since. Third, limited new forms of emboldenment, such as terrorism or kidnappings, may still be pursued at subconventional levels of the conflict spectrum, where the state’s nuclear weapons deter a conventional response. States, like India, however, craft a new normal and innovate ways to prevent and respond to the low-level aggression. There is no reason to expect the dynamics between North Korea, South Korea, and the United States to be substantially different."
Nukes have been proven to be only useful as a defensive weapon, so American warmonger claims of North Korean irredentism using nukes is phony.

"Google Does Evil" (Moon). It is unclear to me whether they started with good intentions and just turned bad with the prospect of all that money, or whether they were pure evil from the start but held it in check to build a good reputation which they could then grift off of.  "What makes Google’s Eric Schmidt so afraid?" (Oberg).  "Google’s Eric Schmidt admits political censorship of search results".  "Google’s Eric Schmidt, arbiter of news, has long history with Obama & Clinton".

"Britain’s PM Defends Liberal World Order" (Butler):
"I’d list the Russian criminals safely harbored under May’s fuzzy wings, but my editor would complain of this post’s lengthiness. Here’s a short alphabetized list: Roman Abramovich (a Putin friend), Boris Berezovsky (deceased), Andrey Borodin (exiled banking crook), Mikhael Khodorovsy (my favorite Putin ousted Yukos Oil mafioso), Alexander Litvinenko (deceased spy slash non-oligarch), Vladimir Makhlai (another asylum-seeking privateer billionaire), and Alexander Perepilichny (Hermitage Capital / Magnitsky case whistleblower). Trust me, there are a hundred other prominent Russian business people propping up London with their huge investments. Truth be told, if May really does go after Russians like she says she will – London may have trouble paying the light bill. Laughable, this is what the UK Prime Minister is."
"Red Alert For Oligarchs – Did President Putin Agree With President Macron To The Arrest Of Suleiman Kerimov For Money Laundering" (Helmer). The deep base of Putin's ongoing unshakable political popularity is his unusual willingness to police mass theft from Russia.

"Unsealed Fusion GPS Bank Records Reveal $523K Payment From Russian Money Launderer" (ZeroPointNow).  Lots of Russian weirdness, just not the kind of weirdness we're told surrounds Trump.  Also "Journalist Sara Carter Destroys DOJ Attempt To Discredit FBI Informant And Stonewall Uranium One Investigation" (ZeroPontNow).  Seesions appears to be trying to protect the Clintons, just what you would expect.

The three recent Porter pieces on Zio-American trickery:
  1. "Israel’s Ploy Selling a Syrian Nuke Strike";
  2. "How Syrian-Nuke Evidence Was Faked";
  3. "Translated Doc Debunks Narrative of Al Qaeda-Iran ‘Alliance’" (as all logic would demand, Iran and al Qaeda are definitely not pals).
More on Monbiot's reputation, wrecked on the shoals of warmongering:  "The Guardian’s George Monbiot joins “fake news” campaign".

"Ignoring Washington’s Role in Yemen Carnage, 60 Minutes Paints US as Savior" (Johnson).  I imagine they have Charlie-Rose-style kompromat on all these 'journalists', but this is particularly ridiculous.  Also:  "Top Samantha Power Aide Is Now Lobbying To Undermine Opponents Of Yemen War".

The Ukrainians are up to no good, this time, unusually, with some success:  "Ukraine: Luhansk coup attempt continues as rival militias square off against each other".

"29 suspects detained in Egypt over alleged espionage for Turkey".  Timing is odd.  It looks like currying favor with Salman in the wake of the Russia-Turkey-Iran understanding.

"The Bizarre True Story of the Neighborhood Scuffle That Left Rand Paul with Six Broken Ribs".  Remarkable investigatory journalism on a topic which doesn't seem to merit it.

"John McCain’s Walking Boot Mysteriously Swaps Sides Two Weeks After Treatment For Torn Achilles Tendon" (ZeroPointNow). There appear to be different boots for different legs, left and right.  American politics is an unceasingly bizarre wonderland of the inexplicable.

"‘P Is For Palestine’ Book Sparks Protest".

"Trump nominee Kenneth Marcus seeks to undermine the very rights he’d be enforcing".  From the comments!

The very 'woke' link in the comment by Frumious is well worth the read in this world of superficial coverage of Manson and his death:  "The Tate Murders – The Psyop That Stifled a Generation" (longer pdf). Interesting negative comments on Mae Brussell, who is usually depicted as a conspiracy theory saint.  Polanski, all the military intelligence connections, the inexplicable pull that the rat-like Manson had over beautiful women, the fact that one attack effectively ended 'hippie' influence in American politics . . . it all adds up (though I'm not convinced by all the detailed photo analysis).

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Flabbergasted / Q

"Today's Blind Items - St. Charles House Of Horrors" (CDaN).  The guesses (less choice links removed):
"Super PAC donation: David Vitter (St. Charles House of Horrors)
A+ list actor: Ben Affleck or Johnny Depp
Republican backed political candidate/consolation prize: Rick Perry (14th United States Secretary of Energy)
or
Marco Rubio (re-election to Senate after he said he wouldn’t seek re-election)
Mastermind and father killed: Saudi Prince Mansour bin Muqrin SON of Muqrin bin Abdulaziz
Disgraced A+ list producer: Harvey Weinstein
A list actor/A list girlfriends raped by producer: Brad Pitt/Gwyneth Paltrow/Angelina Jolie
Movie filmed in New Orleans: "Bad Moms"
Actress with A list husband: Mila Kunis (Ashton Kutcher)
Actress with A+ list husband in the closet: Jada Pinkett Smith (Will Smith)"
Two curious stories that came up in the discussion: "Trial Lawyer Steve Mostyn, Soros Ally, 1971-2017" ("suicide") and "Helicopter pilot, 32, died in mid-air collision alongside three others after a plane ‘suddenly dropped in height’ over Rothschild’s estate".

"Monbiot Still Burying his Head in Sands of Syria" (Cook).  A lot more polite than I would be.  Monbiot's conduct is consistently monstrous.

"Laurier apologizes to teaching assistant who aired clip of gender-pronoun debate".  The universities will eventually have to close down as there won't be any permitted speech.  Note her offense was failing to complain loudly enough about a shunned thinker:  "On the recording of the meeting, Shepherd is heard tearfully defending her decision to play the clip while staff accuse her of being transphobic and liken her failure to condemn Peterson to remaining neutral on the views of Adolf Hitler."  Note also that the only reason she was saved is that she was wise enough to make a surreptitious audio tape of her savonarolas.  Finally, note that the main accuser got hoist with his own petard as he set up a 'power imbalance'!  These are our best and brightest, and they are all virtue-signaling, identity-politics, morons!

"McMaster Calls Trump an Idiot" (tnb).  Sheldon!

"The Lost Journalistic Standards of Russia-gate" (Parry):
". . . why does the Times trust the uncorroborated assertion that Mifsud told Papadopoulos about the emails — and trust the claim to such a degree that the newspaper would treat it as flat fact? Absent corroborating evidence, isn’t it just as likely (if not more likely) that Papadopoulos is telling the prosecutors what he thinks they want to hear?

If the prosecutors working for Russia-gate independent counsel Robert Mueller had direct evidence that Mifsud did tell Papadopoulos about the emails, you would assume that they would have included the proof in the criminal filing against Papadopoulos, which was made public on Oct. 30.

Further, since Papadopoulos was peppering the Trump campaign with news about his Russian outreach in 2016, you might have expected that he would include something about how helpful the Russians had been in obtaining and publicizing the Democratic emails.

But none of Papadopoulos’s many emails to Trump campaign officials about his Russian contacts (as cited by the prosecutors) mentioned the hot news about “dirt” on Clinton or the Russians possessing “thousands of emails.” This lack of back-up would normally raise serious doubts about Papadopoulos’s claim, but – since Papadopoulos was claiming something that the prosecutors and the Times wanted to believe – reasonable skepticism was swept aside.

What the Times seems to have done is to accept a bald assertion by Mueller’s prosecutors as sufficient basis for jumping to the conclusion that this disputed claim is undeniably true. But just because Papadopoulos, a confessed liar, and these self-interested prosecutors claim something is true doesn’t make it true.

Careful journalists would wonder, as Shane did, why Papadopoulos who in 2016 was boasting of his Russian contacts to make himself appear more valuable to the Trump campaign wouldn’t have informed someone about this juicy tidbit of information, that the Russians possessed “thousands of emails” on Clinton.

Yet, the prosecutors’ statement regarding Papadopoulos’s guilty plea is strikingly silent on corroborating evidence that could prove that, first, Russia did possess the Democratic emails (which Russian officials deny) and, second, the Trump campaign was at least knowledgeable about this core fact in the support of the theory about the campaign’s collusion with the Russians (which President Trump and other campaign officials deny)."

"How Turkey, Iran, Russia and India are playing the New Silk Roads" (Escobar).  The world has clearly divided up between those seeking peace and prosperity through human development, and those being led around as slaves by the Khazars.  It is crazy that it is that simple, but here we are.

After an unbelievable series of horrible political choices which have led directly to horrible human development outcomes, is India finally getting 'woke'?:  "India Scraps $500M Military Deal With Israel Amid Rising Popular Concern About India’s Complicity in Israeli Crimes".

"She Said A Powerful Congressman Harassed Her. Here’s Why You Didn’t Hear Her Story."  There should be a law that non-disclosure agreements that protect patterns or potential patterns of illegal activity - and sexual assault is, if you can believe it, illegal! - are unenforceable.  Conyers is a guy that seems to mean well, but nothing he does ever adds up to much of anything, probably explained by blackmail pressures on him due to his proclivities.  Getting rid of the highly blackmailable is part of the conspiracy theory process of leading to good governance.  Of course, the other side of it is that victims wouldn't get paid without going to court.

"Exclusive: NYT White House correspondent Glenn Thrush’s history of bad judgment around young women journalists".  Tweet (Julian Assange):
"After WikiLeaks exposed Glenn Thrush the New York Times hired him."

"Security Breach and Spilled Secrets Have Shaken the N.S.A. to Its Core" (Shadow Brokers)  (my emphasis in red!):
"One N.S.A. official who almost saw his career ended by the Shadow Brokers is at the very top of the organization: Adm. Michael S. Rogers, director of the N.S.A. and commander of its sister military organization, United States Cyber Command. President Barack Obama’s director of national intelligence, James R. Clapper Jr., and defense secretary, Ashton B. Carter, recommended removing Admiral Rogers from his post to create accountability for the breaches.

But Mr. Obama did not act on the advice, in part because Admiral Rogers’s agency was at the center of the investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. Mr. Trump, who again on Saturday disputed his intelligence agencies’ findings on Russia and the election, extended the admiral’s time in office. Some former intelligence officials say they are flabbergasted that he has been able to hold on to his job."
Mueller grazes the third rail!: "Special Counsel Mueller Now Probing Kushner's Contacts With Israeli Officials During Transition, WSJ" (Durden).

Treaty drafting porn:  "How a missing 'the' enabled Israeli occupation" (Baroud).

Tweet (Peychauds Bitters‏):
"no comment"
For conspiracy completists only, a /pol/ Q thread. "How Mueller & President Trump are Pulling the Biggest Sting in History".  Background.  "4Chan User “Q” Warned Lynn De Rothschild About Deadly Plane Crash 3 Days Before It Happened".

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Not rocket scientist

"On Brink of Extinction? Time is running out for Israel and Saudi Arabia" (Pieraccini; my emphasis in red):
"Another important aspect of MBS’s strategy involves the listing of Aramco on the NYSE together with the switch to selling oil for yuan payments. Both decisions are fundamental to the United States and China, and both bring with them a lot of friction. MBS is at this moment weak and needs all the allies and support he can get. For this reason, a decision on Aramco or the petroyuan would probably create big problems with Beijing and Washington respectively. The reason why MBS is willing to sell a small stock of Aramco relates to his efforts to gin up some money. For this reason, thanks to the raids on the accounts and assets of the people arrested by MBS, Saudi Arabia has raised over $800 billion, certainly a higher figure than any sale of Aramco shares would have brought.

This move allows MBS to postpone a decision on listing Aramco on the NYSE as well as on whether to start accepting yuan for payment of oil. Holding back on the petroyuan and Aramco’s initial public offering is a way of holding off both Beijing and Washington but without at the same time favouring one over the other. Economically, Riyadh cannot choose between selling oil for dollars on the one hand and accepting payment in another currency on the other. It is a nightmare scenario; but some day down the road, the Saudi royals will have to make a choice."

and:
"Trump’s approval of the arrests carried out by MBS is based on a number of factors. The first involves the investments in the economy that will be coming America’s way. The other, certainly less known, concerns the subterranean battle that has been occurring between the Western elites for months. Many of Clinton’s top money sources are billionaires arrested by MBS, with stock options in various major banks, insurance companies, publishing groups, and American television groups, all openly anti-Trump. In this sense, the continuation of Trump’s fight with a portion of the elite can be seen with the halting of the merger of AT&T and Time Warner involving CNN."
and:
"Trump is playing a dangerous game; but there seems to be some degree of coordination with the other giants on the international scene. The main point is, it is impossible for Washington to be an active part in any conflict in the region, or to change the course of events in a meaningful way. The “End of History” ended years ago. US influence is on the decline, and Xi Jinping and Putin have shown great interest in the future of the region. In recent months, the Russian and Iranian militaries, together with the Chinese economic grip on the region, have shown a collective intention to replace years of war, death and chaos with peace, prosperity and wealth.

MBS and Netanyahu are having a hard time dealing with this new environment that will inevitably proclaim Iran the hegemon in the region. Time is running out for Israel and Saudi Arabia, and both countries are faced with enormous internal problems while being unable to change the course of events in the region without the full intervention of their American ally, something practically impossible nowadays.

The new course of the multipolar world, together with Trump’s America First policy, seems to have hit hardest those countries that placed all their bets on the continuing economic and military dominance of the United States in the region.
Other countries like Qatar, Lebanon and Turkey have started to understand the historical change that is going on, and have slowly been making the switch, realizing in the process the benefits of a multipolar world order, which is more conducive to mutually beneficial cooperation between countries. The more Saudi Arabia and Israel push for war against Iran, the more they will isolate themselves. This will serve to push their own existence to the brink of extinction."
"Here’s why Saudi Arabia, Israel and the US are not going to invade Iran" (Garrie).  Worth a reread:  "The PowerPoint That Rocked the Pentagon".  The Power Point slide (Egypt has the only Middle Eastern Sunni coalition army that matters):
"Iraq is the tactical pivot
Saudi Arabia the strategic pivot
Egypt the prize"
Israeli PR:  "Israel Is Growing Increasingly Worried About the Trump Administration".

"#blamePutin continues to be the media’s dominant hashtag".  "New York Times publishes a fake quotation by Hassan Rouhani" (Angry Arab).

The single most striking thing in the world, the kind of thing that strikes you down dead with amazement, truth from the NYT! (parallel to the equally striking BBC account of American terrorist coddling in Raqqa):  "The Uncounted".

"Brennan and Clapper: Elder Statesmen or Serial Fabricators?" (Whitney).  Remember the overly-candid Hersh on Seth Rich and Brennan and Clapper (bold and italics removed; my emphasis in red):
"About the kid, I’ll tell you what I know. What I know comes off an FBI report. Don’t ask me how. You can figure it out, I’ve been around a long time. The kid, just, I don’t think he was murdered, I, I don’t think he was murdered because of what he knew. The kids a nice boy, 27, he was not IT expert, but he learned stuff. He was a data programmer, but he learned stuff. And so he’s living on one street, someone, in my eyes,- he’s living in a ruff neighborhood and in the exact where he’d been living, as I’m sure you know, there have been about 8 or 9 or 10 violent, uh not robberies, most of them with somebody brandishing a gun and it’s the kids hands, I’m telling you look, I’m sure you know what, his hands are marked up, the cops concluded he fought off the people, tried to run they shot him twice in the back with a 22 small caliper. And then, they, the kids that did it ran, they got scared, they didn’t take his wallet.

    
Ok. So what the cops do is this: And this is where nobody knows, what I’m telling you, and maybe you know something about it. When you have a death like that DC cops, if you’re dead, you don’t just generally go yep I know (unintelligible) you have to get in to the kids apartment and see what you can find. If he’s dead you don’t need a warrant but most cops get a warrant because they don’t know if they’ve guys has, has a, a roommate. You need a warrant. So they get a warrant. I’m just telling you, there is such a thing. They go in the house and they can’t do much with this computer. It’s (unintelligible) the cops don’t know much about it. So the DC cops they have a cyber unit in DC and they’re more sophisticated. They come and look at it. The idea is maybe he’s a series of exchanges with somebody who says I’m going to kill you motherfucker over a girl or… and they can’t get in. The cyber guys do a little better but they can’t make sense of it so they call the, they call the FBI cyber unit, the DC unit.

    
The Washington field office is a hot shit unit. The guy running the Washington field office he’s like, he’s like, you know, he’s like a three star at an army base he’s already looking for four, you know what I mean? He’s gonna go in a top job. There’s a cyber unit there that’s excellent, given. What you get in a warrant is, the public information you get in a warrant doesn’t include, uh, it does not include the affidavit underlying what, why you are you going in, what the reasons are that.. That’s almost never available, um, I, I can tell you that the existence of a warrant is a public document 99% of the time. So, um, on the same warrant, they call in the feds. The feds get through, and this is what they find. This is according to the FBI report. What they find is he makes cont- first of all this is what you have to know, you have to know some basic facts, one of the basic factors, in that there’s no DNC or Podesta emails that exist beyond May 22nd. May 21st, May 22nd is the last email from either one of those groups. And so what the reports says is that sometime in late spring, we’re talking June you know summers in June 21st, late spring would be after, I presume, I don’t know, I’d just say late spring, early summer and he makes contact with Wikileaks. That’s in his computer and he makes contact.

    
Now, I have to be careful because I, I’ve know, I, met Julian 10 or 12 years (ago?) I stay the fuck away from people like that, you know. He’s invited me, and when I’m in London I always get a message “Come see me at the Ecuadorian” but I say fuck no I’m not going there I’ve got enough trouble without getting photographed. And he’s under total surveillance by everybody but anyways. So, they found what he’d done. He had submitted a series of documents, of emails. Some juicy emails from the DNC, and you know, by the way all this shit about the DNC, um, you know, whether it was hacked or wasn’t hacked, whatever happened, the democrats themselves wrote this shit, you know what I mean? All I know is that he (Seth) offered a sample, an extensive sample, you know I’m sure dozens of email and said “I want money”. Then later Wikileaks did get the password, he had a Dropbox, a protected Dropbox, which isn’t hard to do, I mean you don’t have to be a wizard IT, you know, he was certainly not a dumb kid. They got access to the Dropbox. He also, and this is also in the FBI report, he also let people know, with whom he was dealing, and I don’t know how he dealt, I’ll tell you about Wikileaks in a second. I don’t know how he dealt with the Wikileaks and the mechanism but he also, the word was passed according to the NSA report, “I’ve also shared this box with a couple of friends so if anything happens to me it’s not going to solve your problem”. Ok. I don’t know what that means.

    
I don’t know whether you- Anyways, Wikileaks got access, and before he was killed- I can tell you right now Brennan is an asshole. Uh, I’ve known all these people for years. Clapper is sort of a better guy but not rocket scientist, the NSA guy’s a fucking moron, and they don’t- you know the trouble with all of those guys is that the only way they’re going to make it to a board or two and get hired by (?) and get some fat cat contracts is if Hillary stayed in. With Trump they’re gone, they’re done, they’re going to live on their pension, they’re not going to make it. And I gotta tell you guys, they don’t want to live on their pension, they want to be on boards.

    
I have somebody on the inside, you know I’ve been around a long time, and I write a lot of stuff. I have somebody on the inside who will go and read a file for me. This person is unbelievably accurate and careful, he’s a very high-level guy and he’ll do a favor. You’re just going to have to trust me. I have what they call in my business a long-form journalism, I have a narrative of how that whole fucking thing began, it’s a Brennan operation, it was an American disinformation and fucking the fucking President, at one point when they, they even started telling the press, they were back briefing the press, the head of the NSA was going and telling the press, fucking cock-sucker Rogers, was telling the press that we even know who in the GRU, the Russian Military Intelligence Service, who leaked it. I mean all bullshit. They were telling the studp- I worked at the New York Times for fucking years, and the trouble with the fucking New York Times is they have smart guys, but they’re totally beholden on sources. If the president or the head of the (???) to actually believe it. I was actually hired at the time to write, to go after the war in Vietnam War in 72 because they were just locked in. So that’s what the Times did. These guys run the fucking Times, and Trump’s not wrong. But I mean I wish he would calm down and had a better a better press secretary, I mean you don’t have to be so. Trump’s not wrong to think they all fucking lie about him."

Hersh's instincts about Assange are spot on, as seen in Assange's grooming attempts with Trump Jr - completely misinterpreted by the Clintonista media to fit their narrative - to advance Assange's conspiracy-destroying anarchism.

"How Modern Empire Uses "Awards" to Keep Servants Loyal" (Thomas).

Bizarre!:  "Peter Dale Scott on Enlightenment Values in the Age of Trump".

"Jack Straw hints he was sacked for wanting Hamas talks".

"Anniversaries of major events promote political interests not the public spirit" (Felton):
"There is, though, one irony to the Declaration that is worthy of note. There was one lone voice against the Declaration in David Lloyd-George’s government. It belonged to Edwin Samuel Lord Montagu, who wrote to the British Cabinet on Aug. 23, 1917, one day after the Balfour Declaration was drafted. Here is a short excerpt:

[A] religious test of citizenship seems to me to be only admitted by those who take a bigoted and narrow view of one particular epoch of the history of Palestine, and claim for the Jews a position to which they are not entitled.

 If my memory serves me right, there are three times as many Jews in the world as could possible get into Palestine if you drove out all the population that remains there now. So that only one-third will get back at the most, and what will happen to the remainder?

 … I feel that the Government are asked to be the instrument for carrying out the wishes of a Zionist organisation largely run, as my information goes, at any rate in the past, by men of enemy descent or birth, and by this means have dealt a severe blow to the liberties, position and opportunities of service of their Jewish fellow-countrymen.

Montagu was also the government’s only Jew."

"The Balfour Declaration’s many questions" (Massad).  Very thoughtful and even mentions the Khazar issue (without using that word).  Note that the 'European Jews' could not possibly have had anything to do with the death of Christ!

"Leader of Barcelona terror attack was Spanish intelligence informant" (Lantier).  Like . . .  always!

"Coup in Zimbabwe: A win-win for China – for now".  Unnecessarily anti-Chinese.

"Oy vey! Now, seven flags over Texas?"  The power overreach, and its obviousness, is getting ridiculous.

Shit just got real:  "Today's Blind Items - Long Time Coming" (CDaN) (method acting molesting!):
"One thing he said resonated with me and I asked each of the others the same question. Most responded in the affirmative. Some said they wished they could remember but it had been x number of years or others said they really didn't want to think about it too much because it triggered them.

The query was whether the "back story" of the character they were playing had molested. Their answer was yes.

One actress who responded yes, said as an adult, when she looks back, she realizes how ludicrous it was that the back story of her character would involve being molested. It doesn't make sense in the story line sense."
 Guesses (note that the comments put doubt on MJ, as he is usually described as A+++ or A++, and I think MJ would be more likely to try to protect such victims):
"Permanent A+ director: Steven Spielberg
Permanent A+ list singer: Michael Jackson
Ranch: Neverland Ranch
Helicopter actress and actor: Ariana Richards/Joseph Mazzello (in film "Bohemian Rhapsody" directed by Bryan Singer)
Movie: "The Lost World: Jurassic Park"
Steven Spielberg’s Child Actors, Ranked From Very Good to All-Time Great
Steven Spielberg/Michael Jackson friendship
Indiana Jones: Child molester?"

Monday, November 20, 2017

Helter Skelter

With the death of the greatest living American, and the CIA's most illustrious asset (I assume the flags are all at half-mast at Langley), who moves up to take his spot?:  "Charles Manson is rotting in hell".

More true crime:
  1. "DNA leads to cold case arrest in deadly stabbing of 19-year-old woman in 1976";
  2. This guy would enter into relationships with women so he could sexually attack their daughters, and then kill the whole family when they 'aged out':  "The True Identity Of Mysterious Serial Killer ‘Bob Evans’" and "Investigators release details about killer ‘Bob Evans,’ hope 1973 mugshot reveals more clues";
  3. There is a new TV series on the Zodiac, the first episode of which is promising:  "Who Is Ross Sullivan? 'The Hunt For the Zodiac Killer' Explores A Popular Theory".
"Blind Item #1 - Political Murder" (CDaN). The guesses, from the usual spot:
"Candidate: Antonio Villaraigosa (Mayor of Los Angeles 2005 - 2013) (a member of the Democratic Party, and was a national co-chairman of Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, a member of President Barack Obama's Transition Economic Advisory Board, and Chairman of the 2012 Democratic National Convention in September 2012. In November 2016, Villaraigosa announced his candidacy for Governor of California in 2018)
Murder: Ronni Chasen on November 16, 2010
Opponent: Husband of the 15 year old runaway in Don Henley blind item"
"What Really Happened the Night Hollywood Power Publicist Ronni Chasen Was Killed?" LAPD picked a patsy that nobody believes had anything to do with it, a patsy who is said to have killed himself, leading to a package so neat and tidy that a high-level conspiracy is the only possible explanation.  Tweet by Enty Lawyer, who writes CDaN.

"Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe Sidelined by Military Coup" (Dixon). 'Sidelined'?

"Double-crossed Maidan snipers on TV in Italy: Paymaster -- head of Georgian Security; Orders -- cause chaos".

"Netanyahu: It Is Time To Deport African Migrants" (by Yonah Jeremy Bob, the finest name in journalism today).  Even bearing in mind that international law doesn't apply to Khazars (because of the Holocaust), this is hilarious throughout (my emphasis in red):
"Netanyahu said he has a three-pronged policy regarding getting migrants to leave the country, with the current focus being to encourage most of them to self-deport to a third country – which reports have identified as Rwanda.

. . .

Netanyahu said that the state had already carried out the first two prongs of its strategy: stopping the flow of new migrants by building a wall and through legislation, as well as getting more than 20,000 migrants to leave.

The third stage of deporting migrants at an increased pace, he said, “can be carried out thanks to an international agreement which I obtained which allows us to deport the 40,000 remaining infiltrators against their will.”

“This is very important. This will allow us to empty the Holot Detention Center in the future and to redirect portions of the large resources we are using there,” from guarding the migrants, to other needs of the state.

Netanyahu was discussing an initiative announced last week by Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan and Interior Minister Arye Deri to close Holot, an “open” detention center where a few thousand migrants have been sent to try to convince them to self-deport.

Erdan and Deri’s idea would be to offer migrants the choice of “voluntarily” deporting to a third country or being put in regular prison indefinitely.

. . .

“The Holot detention center, an isolated prison that was meant to make asylum seekers’ lives miserable, should have been forbidden in the first place. From the words of Minister Erdan it is clear that the government was lying to the High Court when they denied that the purpose of Holot was to make asylum seekers leave Israel,” they said.

“Holot needs to be shut down immediately,” they continued, “and instead of a policy of oppression, lies to the High Court, detention and deportation, the government should fulfill the moral and legal obligations of Israel to protect asylum seekers and ensure their right to live in dignity.”

Until now, Israel was only allowed to deport migrants to third countries if they agreed to self-deportation and were not viewed as being coerced.

However, in August, the High Court of Justice both struck down a tougher state policy against migrants and implied that if the state managed to get a third country to accept migrants and passed a new law to exploit such a deal, then deportation of migrants against their will could become legal.

The High Court distinguished between deporting migrants to a third country, such as Rwanda, and to the migrants’ country of origin.

Israel is a signatory to the Convention on Refugees which prevents it and other signatories from deporting illegal migrants back to their countries of origin if they would face persecution.

There is an ongoing debate about whether Eritreans, Israel’s largest group of migrants, fled Eritrea due to persecution or to improve their economic status.

Deporting to a third country sidesteps this legal debate.
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Meanwhile, also on Sunday, the High Court ruled that the state’s policy restricting migrants from bringing most packaged food products into the Holot detention center was unconstitutional.

The High Court did however endorse the state’s policy of preventing migrants from cooking within the facility."

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