Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Very, Very Bad News

"Honeypot: Was The Trump Camp's Meeting With Russian Lawyer All A Clinton Set-Up?" (Durden).  Interesting speculation, especially as the name Fusion GPS keeps popping up.  A lot of the weirdness around the Clinton oppo is tied to the fact that Clinton thought she was so far ahead it was not necessary to muddy the waters - especially concerning Russia, where Clinton had a sore spot in her uranium corruption - by actually using the material that was generated.

"Sorting Out the Russia Mess" (Parry).  "That Other Plot -- to Bring Down Trump" (spectacular Buchanan):
"Thus we have Free Beacon neocons, never-Trump Republicans, the Hillary Clinton campaign, the DNC, a British spy and comrades in Russian intelligence, and perhaps the FBI, all working with secret money and seedy individuals to destroy a candidate they could not defeat in a free election."

"George Papadopoulos’s Plea Deal Is Very, Very Bad News for Attorney General Jeff Sessions".  Wheeler used to have a good reputation as a smart analyst, but Putin Derangement Syndrome is a terrible disease, presenting like a variant of Alzheimer's.  The comments are brutal.

"Socialism or Amazonism" (Ford).  "How General Kelly's Attitudes Reflect the U.S. of A" (Moon).  The Americans are operating on a very strict imperial decline playbook and American officials actually believe it is not the guide to imperial decline.  It is difficult to believe, but American Exceptionalism does make you that stupid.

"The Rise of MEK/NCRI in Washington: Pay Off the Right People and You Are No Longer a Terrorist" (Giraldi).  It is misleading to blame this on MEC's lobbying fees.  MEC wouldn't get any traction in Washington if it wasn't seen as an Israeli pawn against Iran.

"Murder of Berta Caceres part of calculated plot: report".

"UK: Now is not the ‘right time’ to recognise Palestine".  Balfour Declaration anniversary, and Boris.

"Pandering to Israel Has Got to Stop" (Giraldi). 

"A top U.S. general just said 4,000 American troops are in Syria. The Pentagon says there are only 500."  Recent disastrous wars mean this kind of thing has to be kept on the dl.

The big alliance of Israeli stooges - Americans, Kurds and ISIS:  "Kurdish Peshmerga Helped ISIS Terrorists Flee Their Stronghold in Northern Iraq".  The iron law from Tel Aviv to the US and ISIS is, in the absence of the desired Yinon solution, to fuck up everything as much as possible.

"Iraq to End Semi-Independent Rule in Kurdistan" (Cockburn).  Israeli machinations lead to the unification of the somewhat fragile Iraqi state.  The Iraqis should replace the toppled Saddam monuments with monuments to Bibi.

"Canadian sues over wines labelled 'Product of Israel'".  When they straight-up lie about one aspect of food based on a comical excuse (for those sweet, sweet shekels), how can any Canadian trust any aspect of food safety?

"Chrystia Freeland: Canada doesn’t engage in “regime change”" (Engler).  "The Canada-Israel Nexus".  Related!:  "Defending History Calls on Ukraine’s President to Publicly Rebuke Senior Official for “Dog Whistle” Advocating Antisemitic Violence".

"Khazarian Cult after Rose McGowan for exposing Harvey Weinstein?" (Alexis).  "Suspiciously Timed Arrest Warrant Issued for Rose McGowan Over Felony Drug Charge".  Just like her being mysteriously kicked off Twitter.  Obvious warning to others to attempt to shut down the revelations.

Taibbi and Ames have a Harvey problem, but it was, we're told, not bro boasting about conquests but just satire. An odd subject for satire.

"House Of Cards Production Suspended After Spacey Sex Assaut Scandal" (Durden).  Spacey admitted, publicly, to committing a felony (with an alcohol excuse that wouldn't pass muster in any other sex assault trial).  Stopping a big production is a 'real money' problem.  Who will signal everything is ok by hiring him again?

"Jews and the Shiksa II: Dustin Hoffman" (Connelly).  When Shakespeare or Wilde had to make fun of somebody, they had to use lots of words and be quite witty, but it seems that half the words of Yiddish, the European language of the Khazars, deal with humiliation (and many have been appropriated by the humiliation-bereft English language). Of course, the entire State of Israel runs on the principle of humiliation.
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