Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Silly walks

A scalp for Sheldon:  "Secretary of State Tillerson out amid clashes with Trump, to be replaced by CIA Director Pompeo".

"May Declares Russia "Clearly" Responsible For Spy Poisoning: "An Unlawful Use Of Force Against UK"".  An interesting development in that it has always been a third-party - well, ha!, Khazars - who do the false flag, and in this case it is actually a part of the British government itself.  The 'woke' are making terrible fun of May, while the mainstream media, exactly as you would expect, is running with the most extreme warmongering.

"Russia won’t respond to UK ultimatum until samples of alleged chemical weapon received – Lavrov".

"Fatal Quad: Who Is Assassinating Former MI6 Assets On British Soil?" (Fomine).  In looking for patterns you could include Lesin and the long list of mysteriously dead Russian diplomats.

"Viral Apologies and Jeremy Corbyn: Espionage Claims and the Failed Tory Campaign" (Kampmark).  In retrospect, these silly allegations against Corbyn appear to have been an attempt to hamper him in countering the false flag.  If he comes out strong, they'll say he's (still) working for Putin.

"Happy Perjury Anniversary, James Clapper" (Turley).  "The CIA takeover of the Democratic Party" (Martin).

I haven't mentioned the current status of the election coming up in Ontario as it is just too amazing to grasp.  Ontario could have its first - I think it is safe to say - hashish dealer premier.

"A Divided Syria: Hezbollah Withdraws Some Forces" (Magnier).  Obviously Hezbollah is getting ready for the anticipated Israeli land-stealing attempt.  I wouldn't assume Yinon has succeeded yet, given the general success of Russian diplomacy.

"Syrian Army Finds Chemical Weapons' Workshop in Eastern Ghouta".

"Russia to deliver S-400 air defences to Turkey in 2020".  It must be a rule of geopolitics that it is tough to stay in one military alliance when your most important defensive capabilities come from an opposing military.

"Who is dealing with the biggest humanitarian crisis of our times? Who is truly fighting DAESH?" From one of those local 'life' magazines, by the Turkish ambassador to Canada, on the moral imperative of fighting the business partners of the President of Turkey and his family!  You just can't make this stuff up!

"Why Russia’s New Strategic Capabilities Come as a Shock to the US Intelligence Community" (Giraldi):
"It is no secret that organizations like the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have seen their basic missions change since 2001. An organization that used to pride itself on its ability to conduct classic espionage operations involving recruiting and running spies suddenly heard from policymakers that those skills were no longer in demand. Many officers who were made redundant or forced to retire were precisely those individuals who had cut their teeth on running operations directed against the old Soviet Union. They had the language and cultural skills necessary to collect information on Russia. With their departure, those capabilities also largely vanished.

Instead of spying, American intelligence agencies working mostly against what was broadly described as “terrorism,” used technology to locate potential targets and kill them. The CIA’s Clandestine Services, once the haven of its spies, became under President Barack Obama, a largely paramilitary operation focused on military solutions rather than espionage. This process was accelerated under Obama’s CIA Director John Brennan, who worked assiduously to reduce the influence of the former spies within the Agency. Brennan reportedly had once wanted to become a spy but was kicked out of the training program as “unsuitable.”

So, has America learned that its intelligence agencies are doing all the wrong things and that the national defense strategy is unsustainable because the Russian-American relationship is now on a new footing? Possibly, but it is perhaps more likely that Washington will avoid asking the hard questions."
"Hillary Falls Twice As Aides Scramble To Help Her Overcome Flight Of Stairs" (Durden).  I can understand slipping on worn steps, but if you look at the video it is clear she was actually trying to replicate some of John Cleese's Ministry of Silly Walks, and mad props are due for the effort.
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