Saturday, January 06, 2018

Gorilla channel

"New Video Emerges Of ISIS Convoys Leaving Raqqa Under US Coalition Watch" (Fadel).  Cell-phone video - from Kurds and other riff-raff members of the US-stooge Syrian Democratic Forces - confirmation of the story from the BBC, an amazing story in itself about the care and nurturing of terrorist proxy armies by the US, and that it came from the no-truth desert of the BBC.

"Pro-Israel editor’s joke about Iran-Iraq War provokes response".

"Pepe Escobar: Why There Won't Be A Revolution In Iran".  Contrast with CIA-asset Cole, who calls the basij "street thugs loyal to the ayatollahs (the paramilitary ‘basij’)".  You can feel the CIA fury that the spirit of the Islamic revolution lives on.  The big problem with this Zionist nonsense is that it prevents actual Iranian reforms, as protesters back down specifically for the reason that they saw exactly what the Ziowahhabicans did to Syria starting with manipulating street protests.  Of course, the Ziowahhabicans don't want the reforms they espouse for fear reforms would strengthen the Iranian government,.

"Western Arrogant Doublethink on Iran":
"The irony of Western doublethink is rich. Over the past year, there has been a recurring theme among Western governments and media of “foreign interference” allegedly in their political affairs. Russia has been the focus of these allegations, even though there is no evidence to support such claims. The ever-so pious Western governments and media have no such reservations about “foreign meddling” when it comes to their brazen rush to pile into Iran’s internal politics as shown this week. Or in the forthcoming Russian presidential elections.

Western interference is not just limited to pejorative statements on Iran’s protests. The US State Department has openly admitted that it is communicating via social media with anti-government protesters. This active involvement by Washington is a repeat of similar outside agitation during the so-called Green Movement disturbances in Iran back in 2009. As mentioned above, one can imagine the hue and cry in Western capitals if Iran, or Russia, or some other foreign state, was agitating anti-austerity demonstrations in Washington, London and Paris.

Iranian authorities have sound reason to suspect that Western interference may be even more sinister. The protests – while largely peaceful – have included what appears to be an organized violent element. At least one police officer was reportedly shot dead and police stations have come under armed attack. The rapid escalation of violence and burning of public property suggest a subversive agenda. Comparisons have been made to the way protests in Syria in 2011 were exploited by Western powers for an agenda of regime change which led to all-out war in that country."
"Chaos Strikes As 1.4 Million Afghans Have 30 Days To Leave Pakistan" (Durden).  "A foreign leader — Netanyahu — set Trump’s agenda in Middle East, Michael Wolff book says" (Weiss). Even more interesting if you think, as I do, that the Wolff book is basically Trump PR, a sort of SOS ("Several of his sources, he says, were definitely lying to him, while some offered accounts that flatly contradicted those of others.").  Jared is a very costly mistake for the US.

"Judge Rules Fusion GPS Must Turn Over Bank Records" (Durden).  "Devin Nunes Demands Remaining 9,500 Strzok Text Messages, Expands Investigation Of Russia Probe" (Durden).  "GOP Senators Ask For Criminal Probe Of British Spy Who Wrote "Trump Dossier"" (Durden).  Finally, the Republicans are dealing with #Russiagate by turning it around on the Clinton campaign and the IC.  You have to assume the Republicans will back off once the Clintonistas raise the white flag and back off trying to start WWIII.

"Four Years of Ukraine and the Myths of Maidan" (Cohen):
". . . the day before Yanukovych was forced to flee the country by an armed street mob, he signed an agreement, brokered by three EU foreign ministers, to end the crisis peacefully by forming a coalition government with opposition leaders and agreeing to an early presidential election. That is, a democratic resolution of the crisis, privately endorsed by President Putin and President Obama, was in hand. Why none of the Western parties defended their own agreement, insisting that it be honored, remains uncertain, though perhaps not a mystery."

"Haaretz smears the Tamimi family to counter worldwide solidarity with 16-year-old Ahed" (Litvin).

"Unproduced Woody Allen Project Would Have Had Him Play a Porn Director Hitting on a Younger Woman".

"Canadian officials wondered if Cuba staff imagined symptoms from mysterious attacks".

"'Gorilla channel' warfare: Parody book excerpt fools Trump trashers".
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