Sunday, April 22, 2018

Servers

"Gunmen shoot dead Palestinian lecturer in Malaysia".  No attempt to disguise themselves.

"How Shoddy Reporting and Anti-Russian Propaganda Coerced Ecuador to Silence Julian Assange" (McGrath/Greenwald):
"Evidence has now emerged that the cutting off of Assange’s communications with the outside world is the byproduct of serious diplomatic pressure being applied to the new Ecuadorian president, pressure that may very well lead, perhaps imminently, to Assange being expelled from the embassy altogether. The pressure is coming from the Spanish government in Madrid and its NATO allies, furious that Assange has expressed opposition to some of the repressive measures used to try to crush activists in support of Catalan independence."
"Democratic National Committee's Lawsuit Against Russians, Wikileaks And Various Trump Associates Full Of Legally Nutty Arguments".  Julian will be able to see the contents of those DNC servers the FBI didn't want to see!

 "How EU pretends not to see Israel’s calculated slaughter in Gaza" (Abunimah).  "Israel kills child and crushes bones in Gaza" (Murphy).  All this eye-averting must be hard on the eye muscles.

"Anti-Semitism and the Silencing of Debate on Palestinian Human Rights" (Corrigan).  Lawfare news.  It is funny how Shakespeare utterly nailed typical Khazar behavior in The Merchant of Venice.  The exact same form of legal manipulation was used, and is being used, in the ongoing Khazar land-theft project in the Middle East.

"Germany's Largest Public TV News Broadcaster: Syria Chemical Attack "Most Likely Staged"" (Durden).  Germans are the only people in the 'West' who get to hear the truth; the (((media))) truth barrier is up everywhere else.

"Another look at “that” Guardian article" (VT). It is symptomatic of deep problems with the Official Stories in both the UK and the US when any criticisms are turned into Russian bots, even in cases where we know the critics are real people.  It is a pure ad hominem attack, a deflection from the merits of the opinion to its possible conspiratorial source, similar to the idea, say, that the US had no race problems until Putin decided to use BLM to stir things up.  Of course, back in the day, the average human being had very little outlet for opinion, so the combination of Twitter and severely insane public policies is deadly for the bad guys.

"Doctor Death from Damascus?" (Margolis).  "Demonization of Assad and His Government. Syrians living in Syria know that President Assad is not a “Monster”" (Taliano).  Assad is very badly miscast in the 'madman' role.

"Barcelona, Roger Waters, White Helmets" (Roddis).  Waters is super-woke.

"Russia Exposes British Lies On Skripal, But Trail Leads To US" (Bhadrakumar).  Blaming McMaster is, at best, misleading.

"A Curious Incident Part XI" (Sushi).  There is a phenomenon in conspiracy theory of trying to connect all the conspiracies into one Big Conspiracy, and it is completely evidenceless speculation to try to connect Skripal to Steele.  It is possible (the connection might be Skripal's British intelligence handler), but the most likely motivation for the false-flag attack would be to implicate Putin, requiring somebody like Skripal (to give Putin an angry 'madman' motive), so it is most likely Skripal was chosen simply because he was the right kind of victim living near where the Brits keep their poisons.  Everything about this, especially including the post-attack accusations, was sloppy and lazy, demonstrating a typically British pattern of crapification.

"‘Unfair competition’: Russian foreign minister blasts US attempts to thwart Turkey S-400 deal".  They seem to be trying to force Turkey out of NATO. "Washington Forces its Allies to Accept a Bipolar World" (Meyssan).  The theory of all the oddness, in both Washington and London, is that it is symptomatic of imperial collapse.  Probably, but the real issue is allowing your country to forgo its own national interests for those of another country, through (((media))) control, and bribery and blackmail of politicians.

"Thomas Frank: Trump Could Win the 2020 Election".  The paradox of the unacceptable buffoon who gets positive results.

It is a terrible shame that there are not severe legal consequences for bureaucrats and politicians who abuse the law to cover up for their personal incompetence:  "Nova Scotia Arrests Teen Who Discovered Massive Government Data Breach".

Is Utz publishing this train wreck as a parody of the usual level of 9/11 'research'?:  "Revisiting 9/11, Betty Ong, and the Mystery of “Black Betty”" (Revusky).  Note the grudging doxxing threat apology at the beginning.

"23 Years Later: The Oklahoma City Bombing Story You Were Never Told About" (Gibson).  Another 'suicide':
"The officer’s body was found the next day in a field one mile from his abandoned vehicle.

He had been bound, repeatedly cut, strangulated, brutally tortured and killed execution style with a single bullet that entered his right temple at a 45 degree angle.

No gun was found at the scene."
"Why does an Ontario Anti-Racism Subcommittee Include Individuals Tied to an Explicitly Racist Organization?" (Engler).  Violent racist supremacists have planted themselves in all 'anti-racist' institutions for the obvious reason that they need these institutions to avoid noticing what they always do, while attacking their enemies.  As we've seen over and over again, the Khazars have always known that the sheer enormity of the atrocities they would be committing would require full control over all possible avenues of complaint (see, e.g., HRW).  This shouldn't be any kind of surprise at all. 

""White Privilege" vs. "Jewish Privilege"" (Sailer).

"Column One: Time to cut JVP down to size" (Glick).  Heavy 'dialectic' here:  burnish our false 'peace' movement by pretending to attack it.  The moron goyim won't be able to keep up!

"A Metaphor for the Planet" (Downey) or "Homo Lawyer Burns Himself to Death in Protest"(Sol)?  Perhaps we know why it is called The Baffler.
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