Friday, April 20, 2018

Lost control

"Hasbara memo: “When Israelis murder Palestinians, it’s a tragedy — for Israelis.”" (Hugus).  Golda Meir:
"“We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children. We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us.”"
"Saudi, UAE recruiting 1000s of African mercenaries: Report". This is why I like Bolton's plan for Syria. They are going to replace crazed enthusiastic mercenary Saudi-proxy armies with an unenthusiastic mercenary Saudi-proxy army.

"Exclusive Emails Show How The White Helmets Tried To Recruit Roger Waters With Saudi Money" (Blumenthal). I think it is a given that everybody who speaks kindly about the Jews or their land theft project either has a personal supremacist connection, or is being paid off, or perhaps blackmailed.

"Will boycotting Israel become a crime in Germany?" (Groth).  It is interesting how the usual sub rosa protection for Khazar supremacism is now starting everywhere to be codified into laws to be used in lawfare.  The old ways - denying access to venues or the (((media))), or just general slurring of critics of atrocity - were discrete and didn't necessarily point to Khazar corruption of the entire political process.  More reliance on lawfare is a sign of desperation, the idea that the goyim can't be managed in any other way.

"Israel and its Democratic Party friends complain — Trump gave Syria to Russia ‘on a silver platter’" (Weiss). It is true (((they))) didn't get what they paid and blackmailed for.  Luckily, there are still some shekels (and Cohen) left in the khoffer:  "After Syria strikes, drumbeat grows for wider US war" (Morrow).

"Syria, Iran and ‘Chaos in International Relations’" (Escobar).  The stooge Americans have no more tools to use for Israel in Syria except Turkey, and Turkey currently hates the Americans, leaving all the pressure points to disruption of the Iran nuclear deal (and even the Eurotrash aren't onside with such stupidity).

"Public Radio’s McCarthyite Smear of Black Activists Shows Danger of Russia Panic" (Johnson).  The general line across the official American political spectrum is that the US wouldn't have a racial prejudice problem if it wasn't for that rascal Putin using social media, Russian-controlled media outlets, and bots to deceive Americans and stir black people up.  See, from August 2016 (I note that BLM has subsequently pretty much been driven out of operation due to negative (((media))) coverage):  "Black Lives Matter must rescind anti-Israel declaration" (Dershowitz).  From May 2016:  "Dershowitz: ‘Black Lives Matter Is Endangering the Fairness of Our Legal System’".  "Alan Dershowitz Thinks ‘Black Lives Matter’ Is Anti-Semitic, Sticks Up For Steve Bannon".  Dersh identified BLM as a problem for the Khazar land-theft project.

"Natalie Portman says, Enough!" (Weiss).  Part of the hilarious Weiss series trying to convince the goyim there are 'Good Jews', who will fix the problem if only the anti-Semites would get off their backs.  Portman did the research copying for the infamous Dershowitz plagiarism project.  This has to do with dissent within Zionism over the speed and tactics of the land theft, coupled with some Khazar racism over the purity of the settler movement (too 'Russian').

"Blind Item #8 - A Reader Blind Item" (CDaN).  This refers to the October 2016 alleged robbery from as Paris hotel room from Kim Kardashian, and Assange's 'October Surprise'.  I think that 'robbery' was hinky as hell, but a lot more details are needed for this gossip to make any sense at all.

"I'm not REALLY a friend of George Soros says judge in Michael Cohen case - even though she officiated billionaire Democratic mega-donor's third wedding".  Protesting too much.

"SKRIPAL AFFAIR: Nikki Haley Already Back-Tracking on Russian ‘Novichok’ Case":  "lost control".  "The Skripal Case: 20 New Questions That Journalists Might Like to Start Asking" (Slane).

"British propaganda and disinformation: An imperial and colonial tradition" (Madsen):
"The Trump Doctrine can best be explained as follows: A nation will be subject to a US military attack depending on whether Trump is facing a severe political or sex scandal at home."
"The many deceptions of Mark Zuckerberg" (Hurst).  His appearance before Congress was just a well-paid-for advertising/PR campaign.

"Andrew Coyne: Three points on the GST, to end poverty? Guaranteed income sounds like a good deal":
"So we are looking at a net cost, based on this model, of something on the order of $23 billion: roughly one per cent of GDP, or about three additional points on the federal GST. What would that buy? The income guarantee in the Ontario Basic Income Pilot, the province notes, is set at 75 per cent of Statistics Canada’s Low Income Measure; combined with “other broadly available tax credits and benefits,” it would be enough to pay for basic household needs. Indeed, it is not far off the low income thresholds defined by StatsCan’s Market Basket Measure. Three points on the GST, to end poverty. I can’t think of a better way to spend public funds."
I consider not doing this, and a whole host of other things, to be due to a combination of laziness and corruption amongst the feckless political classes, who somehow manage to do everything except the one thing they are paid for, proper governing.  Another stellar example of sheer incompetence:  "Trudeau government rejects Liberal MPs’ call for decriminalization of all drugs".  They would like us to believe they are making solidly thought out policy choices, but they are just lazy, stupid and bought off.
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