Thursday, March 15, 2018

Ship of Fate

"The Novichok Story Is Indeed Another Iraqi WMD Scam" (Murray).  Definitive debunking.

The British 'response' was betwixt and between, not nearly serious enough if they believed their own bullshit.

"May blatantly misleads Parliament about Russian “terrorist” law".  May's statement is bizarre on the face of it, requiring us to believe that the Russian legislature is nuts.

From 2016:  "Britain’s secret assassinations programme and extended kill list".

"Lawyer Who Served as Christopher Steele's Back-Channel to Senator Mark Warner Reveals His Belief That Steele Was Being Funded by George Soros and Silicon Valley Tech Billionaires " (Ace of Spades HQ).

"“She Tortured Just for the Sake of Torture”: CIA Whistleblower on Trump’s New CIA Pick Gina Haspel".  Short video clip.  Sorry about the awful Goodman, but the interview is with John Kiriakou.  'Bloody Gina', whose sin is loving her work a bit too much. On the other hand, why not have a bloody-hands torturer running the CIA as part of The Clarification, reminding Americans of who they really, truly are?

"Gina Haspel Lied Us Into Iraq War II" (Horton).  Her paraphilia is expensive.  I note that it is Haspel's over-enthusiasm in the use of torture as an evidence-creating tactic that has screwed up the prosecution of 9/11 defendants, arguably indicating incompetence.

"What Critics Get Wrong About Kim Meeting Trump" (Van Buren).  If Trump pulls this off they should give him Barry's tarnished Nobel.  I'm serious.

"Realities On-the-ground in East Ghouta, Syria: We’ve Seen This All Before. US Supported Terrorists Use Chemical Weapons" (Taliano).  The story of the saintly human organ eaters using civilians as human shields, with their British Intelligence PR division fooling the stupid normies.

"Intel Committee Rejects Basic Underpinning of Russiagate" (McGovern):
"Here’s the key ICA judgment with which the House committee does not concur: “We assess Putin, his advisers, and the Russian Government developed a clear preference for President-elect Trump over Secretary Clinton.” Not to be picky, but if House investigators have been unable to find enough persuasive evidence to convince them that “Putin’s supposed preference” was Trump, there is little reason to take seriously the ICA’s adolescent observations — like Putin held a “grudge” against Clinton because she called him nasty names — and other tortured reasoning in an Intelligence Community Assessment that, frankly, is an embarrassment to the profession of intelligence analysis.

I recall reading the ICA as soon as it was published. I concluded that no special expertise in intelligence analysis was needed to see how the assessment had been cobbled together around the “given” that Putin had a distinct preference for Trump. That was a premise with which I always had serious trouble, since it assumed that a Russian President would prefer to have an unpredictable, mercurial, lash-out-at-any-grievance-real-or-perceived President with his fingers on the nuclear codes. This – not name-calling – is precisely what Russian leaders fear the most.

Be that as it may, the ICA’s evidence adduced to demonstrate Russian “interference” to help Trump win the election never passed the smell test. Worse still, it was not difficult to see powerful political agendas in play. While those agendas, together with the media which shared them, conferred on the ICA the status of Holy Writ, it had clearly been “writ” to promote those agendas and, as such, amounted to rank corruption of intelligence by those analysts “handpicked” by National Intelligence Director James Clapper to come up with the “right” answer."

"Maidan Icon Faces Arrest For Admitting Current Ukraine Officials "Led Snipers To Central Kiev"" (Durden).  The false-flag Maidan snipers.

"Nikki Haley’s syphilitic insanity is a threat to world peace: #EscortWhoreOutTheDoor" (Poindexter).  The Huffington Post piece appears to have been shoahed, but see:  "Nikki Haley Affair Rumors Resurface As Blogger Alleges Steamy Encounter In New ‘Tome Of Love’".  "White House Blames Russia For "Abhorrent" Attack, As Haley Warns Of Russian Chemical Weapons In New York" (Durden).  The general thinking is that she is highly blackmailable by any group desiring war.

"What does Mike Pompeo as secretary of state mean for Israel and the Jews?" (Kampeas).  "Say Goodbye to America As We Know It" (Taxi).

"John Bolton seen more frequently around the White House" (Madsen).  For what it is worth, but with funny details on Bolton.

"Roundup: Jagmeet Singh’s past catches up with him".  The NDP had two excellent real socialists - truly superb life-long committed socialists - to choose from when they replaced the asshole Mulcair, so they, of course, decided to go the identity politics route and pick the terrorist instead!

"Art and history paid for to shape opinions about military" (Engler).  "St. Louis – Ship of Fate"!
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