Friday, May 18, 2018

The violence did it

"Canadian doctor: Israeli soldiers shot me in both legs as I was treating injured protesters in Gaza" (Loubani).  There is an obvious break within the Khazars, even up to ordering one of their more pitiful shabbos goyim to mutter some platitudes, albeit much less tepid, and more pointed, than I would have expected (he managed not to call it a 'clash', use the passive voice - you know 'Palestinians were mysteriously struck by bullets', though apparently the cause of the problem is the 'violence' - mention Hamas, or say it was 'complicated', but he failed to mention the obvious perpetrator):  "Canada’s Trudeau calls for inquiry into Israeli Killings in Gaza" and "'Appalled' Trudeau calls for inquiry after Canadian doctor wounded in Gaza ".  The Bronfman money that pulls all of Justin's strings is embarrassed by the fact Israel is run by the guys who swing live chickens above their heads.

"Palestine: “In half of the injured we received… the bone has literally been turned into dust.”".  One of the slimy tricks of these vile people is to blame the problem on untrained young soldiers making split-second bad decisions, but the choice of ammunition comes from the top.

The Land Day Massacres have been very clarifying, as not all the powerful Khazars have a problem with settler-run Israel:  "Exclusive: The Complete Moral Collapse of Labour Friends of Israel" (Wight).

"Supporters desert Labour Friends of Israel" (Winstanley).  The price in shekels of buying these people has just gone up.

Trash, there is simply no other word for them:  "Perverse lobby parties after Gaza massacre " (Cronin).

An old guy named Stefan Halper is in the conversation as the IC mole within the Trump camp.  He's got all the hinky connections, but I find it odd he hasn't already been revealed if he is indeed the guy.

"The Shocking Truth About Russia’s Troll Campaign" (Marcetic).

"Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung fuels the campaign against Julian Assange" (Schwarz).  A big part of The Clarification is stressors that force the worst to come up out of the weeds/swamp and publicly pick sides.

"The New York Times can’t even report on the Eurovision Song Contest without resorting to Israeli propaganda" (Rothchild).  The usual from the Jew York Times (or is it the Ew! York Times, still promoting the most famous typical Khazar proclivites), but don't you find it strikingly odd that this particular selection was made in this era of increasing Khazar skepticism, in a 'contest' with a history of fraud?

"Syria - Inconsistent, Incomplete And Implausible - The OPCW Report On Saraqib Is Another Disgrace" (Moon).  I guess we shouldn't be surprised that all the 'objective' investigators chosen by the Empire are frauds.

"Sergei Skripal discharged from hospital after being poisoned by ‘deadly’ agent".

"Trump the Schlump: Iran Nuclear Deal Is Bad; North Korean Nuclear Deal Is Good" (Madsen):
"Trump’s turning back the clock on Western relations with Iran plays directly into the hands of the Israelis. While Israel’s agents-of-influence in the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) drew up primary and secondary sanctions lists against Iran, in violation of the JCPOA and, in the case of Iran’s other trading partners, the World Trade Organization, Israel continues to secretly import Iranian oil via Turkey and the Netherlands. These covert transactions are handled by the Eilat-Ashkelon Pipeline Co (EAPC) and Trans-Asiatic Oil, Ltd., which have been buying oil from Iran since the days of the Shah. Iranian oil, refined at Israeli facilities in Haifa and Ashdod, makes its way into the vehicles driven by everyday Israelis. The Israelis hide their transactions with the state-owned National Iranian Oil Company via a series of shell corporations, including Eilat Corporation, based in Panama; a holding company called APC Holdings, based in Halifax, Nova Scotia; and Fimarco Anstal, an Iranian front company based in Vaduz, Liechtenstein. In a rather typical case of “do as we say and not as we do,” the Israeli government wants sanctions on Iran to apply to every country but Israel."
and:
"Israel’s clandestine links with North Korea date back to the operations of the Israel Corporation, which controlled Israel Aircraft Industries and Zim Israel Navigation Shipping Company. Eisenberg was the first Israeli to establish trading links with the People’s Republic of China, which eventually extended to North Korea and Khmer Rouge-controlled Cambodia. Eisenberg’s chief exports to China and North Korea were weapons. In the latter part of his life, Eisenberg was found more often in Beijing, where he died in 1997, than in Tel Aviv. As with Israel’s covert oil business with Iran, Eisenberg’s weapons sales to China and North Korea were handled by a shell corporation in Panama called United Development, Inc.

On December 5, 2007, the Japanese paper “Yomiuri Shimbun” reported that Israel was conducting secret operations with North Korea in the early 1990s that involved proposed Israeli investments in a North Korean gold mine. The paper also reported, "a senior official of the Israeli Foreign Ministry received a phone call at home from a senior North Korean official, and was asked, 'Would you like to hold talks with the husband of Kim Il-sung's daughter, Kim Kyong-hui, as he is in charge of missile development?’" The son-in-law of North Korean founding father Kim Il-sung was Chang Song-taek, the first vice director of the Organization and Guidance Department of the governing Korean Worker's Party.

It was reported in 2004 by the New Zealand media that Mossad agent Zev William Barkan, alias Lev Bruckenstein, wanted by New Zealand for illegally attempting to obtain New Zealand passports, turned up in Pyongyang as a security adviser for the North Korean government. Barkan and other Mossad agents were in Pyongyang to negotiate a deal to build a West Bank-style security wall along the border with China, which was to be outfitted with Israeli-manufactured motion detectors and night vision equipment. The North Korean people, isolated for so long from other nations, are naturally suspicious of foreigners. For that reason, Mossad chose to rely on South Korean evangelical Christian agents working in the North, individuals who were better able to blend into North Korean society.

Several Israeli interlocutors in Pyongyang reportedly managed to convince Kim Jong-un’s government that Koreans, as a “Turkic people,” are one of the lost tribes of Israel."
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