Saturday, April 21, 2018

Preparations

"First Joust" (Shamir):
"An interesting bit of data, proving that preparations for the strike were carried out before the alleged attack, has been published by the Cyprus banking community blog. They say the British air base of Akrotiri on Cyprus had its perimeter urgently strengthened (by the British company Agility) on April 5, that is before the alleged Douma gas attack. The second British air base, Dhekelia, carried out similar works on April 12, a week later, before the decision to strike had been adopted by the British government. The Dhekelia works were done with great speed and urgency, and road-constructing equipment had to be taken from the nearby villages of Xylotympou and Ormideia. The payment to the local workers had been routed via HSBC bank in Hong Kong, they say. And indeed these bases (forcibly retained by Britain) were used for the strike on Syria."
Note the suggestion that Haley and Bolton are there to serve as a kind of hazmat suit to protect Trump from Sheldon.

"Commenter Delusions" (Lang):
"The prevailing complaint about me was that I am not an anti-Semite and am just a "toy boy goy" for the The Lobby, someone who fears the Zionists will cut off my access to media money.  This is amusing since I was long ago driven from the public square by AIPAC  black list operations.  I have long opposed the illegal interference of the non-PAC AIPAC in US policy decisions but I will NEVER equate the Zionist project with American Jews as a group.

A further complaint against me is that I supposedly do not acknowledge the control over US foreign policy exercised by the "MIC" and/or a desire to seize the natural resources of sad little countries.  Well, that accusation is valid.  I do not accept either of those propositions.  Military materiel manufacturers respond to competitive government bidding processes.  They do not create such requirements.  If you wish to think they do, then you should push the idea that the manufacturers somehow participate either openly or covertly in the Quadrennial Defense Review where the structure of future defense forces is decided.

As for the seizure of resources notion, show me where.  Show me!  The Philippines? What? Pineapple?  The American Indian?  What?  Buffalo hump and hides?  Beaver pelts?  The land itself?  Yes we took that from the Indian and I am unapologetic about that. It was them or us.  Iraq?  Whoever made money in Iraq, made it from looting US funds, not Iraqi oil.  Syria?  Perhaps you can persuade yourself that the US wants the small amount of oil that Syria owns east of the Euphrates.  If you can do that, you are truly delusional.  The US is sitting on a ocean of oil and gas with yet more for sale in Canada."
I have noticed the usual Zionist tricksters trying to explain the mystery of why the British, in particular, are so involved in the current series of conspiracies (Steele, Skripal, the most recent illegal attack on Syria) by bringing up the hilarious 'War For Oil' deception.

"Macron’s Syria Game" (Kampmark).  Macron is another mystery, here explained by some unlikely nostalgia for French imperialism. It is particularly odd for Macron to be doing the same kind of Zionist-inspired warring that currently seems to have Sarko in trouble over Libya.  There was some reporting that the French didn't actually participate in the illegal Syria attack.

"The Guardian, “Russian bots” and the dehumanisation of dissent" (Knightly).  There is a history of western anti-Russia propaganda that plays on various penetrations of the body or mind, interfering with our precious bodily fluids, and bots feel like tiny machines invading our heads.  Botflies are internal parasites.

If you read some of the horror stories about Yelp, which is basically run as a protection racket (pay us or the bad reviews will pile up!), taking moral instruction on the internet from this guy is funny:  "Full transcript: Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman on Recode Decode".

"Ruling Class Operatives Say the Darndest Things: On Devils Known and Not" (Street).  These are examples of the technique of establishing the limits of possibly conceivable choices through rhetorical tricks.

Sorositis:  "Will Armenia Be The Next Victim Of Western-Backed Regime Change?" (Sellers).  So much like the disastrous mistake made by the Ukrainians.  It is a wonder there isn't some Khazar handing out cookies.

"Undermining Brazilian Democracy: the Curious Saga of Lula" (Prashad).  Brazil is the textbook case of the gross misuse of legal and political tricks to allow the 0.1% to take over a country.  The audacity of the crooks is unbelievable.

"Anti-semitic 'Jews control the weather' DC lawmaker makes a disastrous 'conciliatory' visit to the Holocaust museum which sees him DEFEND the Nazis and then leave early".  'Gated community'.  This is telling:
"New York magazine writer Jonathan Chait tweeted about the visit: 'Free advice for any pol who has to visit the Holocaust Museum to prove he's not anti-Semitic: Just assume the Nazis are the bad guys in all the exhibits.'"
Have you been watching 'Atlanta'? Glover has been doing some really innovative stuff with the concept of a half-hour 'comedy' TV show. The last four episodes, from season 2 episode 5 to season 2 episode 8, have all been pushing envelopes, particularly episode 6.

It is obvious that the Americans have no interest in regulating Facebook.  "How the EU could change the world through Data Asylum" (Robb).  I'm hoping this is satire, and not an endorsement of automated doxxing:  "Moral Warfare: Packetizing Shame" (Robb).
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