Sunday, February 18, 2018

Hot dogs - #Balancetonporc

"Former CIA Chief Admits US Meddling In Foreign Elections "For Their Own Good"" (Durden).  Good for a laugh.  "Canada to Check Hint of Meddling By C.I.A. in '62-63" (didn't go very far as the guy doing the checking was the guy who was installed).  "Heavy meddle: Did the US interfere in Australia’s 1975 election?".  You could argue that the current 'crisis' in world affairs - Trump/Russiagate/Corbyn/Brexit - is just a reflection of the CIA's loss of ability to meddle (partly general imperial decline, and partly specific CIA incompetence).

"Why Israel is so worried about Qatari outreach to American Jews" (Plitnick).  The world is upside down when it is the Khazars taking the bribes.

"Are Jared and Ivanka Kushner's Mounting Debts a 'Threat to National Security'?"  I hardly need mention they are referring to the national security of Israel, though Rubin pretends the problem is American (who gives a fuck about the national security of the US?).  You'd think the Khazar billionaires would just pass around the kippah and take care of this.  One of the big problems is that there appears to be a real issue whether President Jared is in it for the settlements, or just in it for President Jared.  Keeping him financially exposed keeps him on the True Khazar Path.

"The boomerang effect: How Netanyahu made Israel an American issue, and lost" (Baroud).  All this comes down to the fine art of gentile herding, which involves the techniques and - mostly - pace at which people are killed and their land stolen.  There are clear factions within the Khazar billionaires on whether Bibi is managing the gentiles properly.  If Bibi doesn't survive the usual corruption problems of an Israeli politician, it will be a sign that he has been voted incompetent at steering the Americans.

"The ‘Divide and Conquer’ Campaign Being Waged Against Palestinian Resistance ~ Robert Inlakesh".  This is largely the cooption of resistance by various lite Zionist groups.  Even the most committed activists still want to be invited to the swanky conferences, and be accepted as a respectable peer by the academic elites.  If we look at other successful revolutions, the leaders always end up despised by the total consensus of contemporary elite opinion (e.g., note how Atzmon is treated, but also note that he is almost unique in the way he is treated).

"Top 10 Curious Circumstances That Led to the Rise of ISIS" (Bridge).  This is an excellent top 10 on the Ziowahhabican proxy army.

"How France Became the Front Line of Salafists’ Expansionism" (Shakdam).  The plan, clearly, is to establish a permanent and safe extremist Islamicist base of operations for various proxy armies, including organizing, funding, and staffing.  A large part of modern history is pondering how Europeans can be the most sophisticated group of modern people in the world, who consistently do the most stupid, evil, and self-destructive things.

"Purge of ethnic mafia in Dagestan" (Humor).  "Graham Fuller, Uncle Ruslan, the CIA and the Boston Bombings" (Engdahl).

"REVEALED: Temple Mount Movement’s Goal to Build ‘Third Temple’ on Ruins of Al Aqsa" (Gadzo).  Extremely Khazar, you could call it incremental extremism, the same way they kill people and steal land to build their stolen homeland.

"What Did Mueller Achieve with the Internet Research Agency Indictment?"  emptywheel extols the gourmet virtues of Mueller's shit sandwich, as Russiagate become Trollfarmgate.  Maybe we have to give Mueller credit - this is so pathetic he may be trying to extract himself from Russiagate without falling into the Clintonista trap of destroying the country.  Hotdogstandgate:  "Yevgeny Prigozhin, Russian Oligarch Indicted by U.S., Is Known as ‘Putin’s Cook’".

The 'loose ends' (Lang)!

Definitive analysis:  "Mueller Indictment - The "Russian Influence" Is A Commercial Marketing Scheme" (Moon). They have the cart before the horse - pro-Bernie or anti-Clinton postings weren't promoted for political influencing purposes, but rather because these sentiments were extremely popular amongst large segments of the American population, thus prompting the desired clicks.  Killary was clickbait.  Trump wasn't even in the political picture - except as an hilarious long-shot potential nominee - when this operation started.

'Like' If You Want Jesus To Win.

"Uranium One: The Real ‘Russiagate’ Belongs to the Clintons" (Vivaldelli).  The biggest irony is that there is a real, very serious, case of corrupt Russian meddling in American politics hanging around the periphery of the entire Russiagate nonsense.

"Liberals today" (Blum).  Johnson, like emptywheel, is an expert at dark mutterings about Trump - if you only knew the secrets I can't tell you . . .

"The Incarceration of Tariq Ramadan, a Travesty of Justice" (Muzaffar).  "Rape-accused Tariq Ramadan hospitalised in Paris".  "How the Tariq Ramadan Scandal Derailed the #Balancetonporc Movement in France" (Shatz).  Oddly like the Assange case, and we've just seen, from the travesty of the Diab case, how corrupt the French judicial system is in a ultra-Zionist slant.  On the other hand, he is the kind of accommodater who might very well be on the payroll of the bad guys.

"The Making of a Sociopathic Killer: A List of Risk Factors for School Shooters. The FBI’s Deadly, Deceptive Blind Spot)" (Kohls).  Older piece on mass murders and psychiatric drugs.

"WATCH: Students Report Multiple Shooters & Mass Shooting Drill at Florida High School".  In so many of these cases the death toll would be unbelievable for even a professional assassin working alone.  On the other hand, other than a general strategy of tension (which you can never discount), I have trouble understanding what the point of a conspiratorial attack would be.  Since both American political parties make big bank off 'gun control' - the Republicans take bribes from the gun lobby, and the Democrats take large donations from 'liberals' for pretending to oppose the gun lobby - there is no obvious gun-related incentive for another attack.

"There Is No Justice in Our World" (Margolis):
"If this war crime was being properly litigated, Washington would likely end up being assessed something like $100 billion in damages just to replace physical infrastructure destroyed in the two wars, never mind the deaths of so many Iraqi civilians. Iran would also have a claim against Iraq’s western and Arab backers for Baghdad’s 1980-1988 war of aggression against Iran that caused an estimated one million Iranian casualties."
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