Monday, May 28, 2018

Tools and patsies

The James Bond who conspired with Brennan to start Russiagate 'resigned' days before Trump's inauguration: tweet (GCHQ)"
"We're sorry to announce that Robert Hannigan, our Director since 2014, has decided to step down as head of GCHQ https://www.gchq.gov.uk/news-article/director-hannigan-gchq-step-down …"
I know it's Steyn, but he has a pretty good timeline, although he goes characteristically off the road towards the end, as the real target throughout was never Trump (and I'm shocked he mentions the Israeli involvement in the plot!): "Tinker, Tailor, Clapper, Carter, Downer, Halper, Spy".  One of the main parts of The Clarification is that the traditional American 'left', who don't usually miss a trick, particularly an IC trick, are completely oblivious (or pretend to be) to these wild and breathtakingly obvious manipulations.  "The Dummies Guide To The Russia Collusion Hoax: Who, What, Where, When, & Why" (Kimball).  Somebody needs to set up an actual day-by-day timeline showing how various assets pushed the Trump campaign pieces around.  One of the keys of the conspiracy is getting the FISA warrants based on Brennan/Clapper-organized machinations which started months before (and were performed in cahoots with British and Israeli and Australian assistance).  One big hint is that the 'bait' was always Russian control of the cache of Killary emails, as the point throughout was to leave a trail that pointed back to that rascal Putin.  Essentially, all these Easter eggs were planted by Brennan-Clapper and their pals, and every day the 'left' shouts with glee as it uncovers a new one.  The plot might have worked much better had the Trump campaign staff been even slightly competent!

"The FBI uses "confidential informants?" So did the Cheka." (Lang).  "Solzhenitsyn breaks last taboo of the revolution " (Walsh).

"Carter Page Speaks Out: This Is How The FBI Ruined My Life" (Durden) (I'm guessing that "wealthy donors from California and New York" is code for something, what could it be?):
"Caputo noted that Senate Intelligence Committee members are working together and contributing to the "swamp," pointing to the fact that a former Senate Intelligence staffer to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) - Daniel Jones, was one of two sources in a recent McClatchy report about Michael Cohen, Trump's personal attorney whose office, home and hotel room were raided last month at special counsel Robert Mueller's request.

“But who is McClatchy’s second source? It couldn’t be Dan; he was the first source ... So who could it be — perhaps one of his former Senate Intelligence colleagues? I mean, you’re all in this together. You’re the swamp.”

Jones, a former FBI investigator who was previously one of Feinstein's top aides, is conducting an ongoing, private investigation into Trump-Russia claims using $50 million supplied by George Soros and a group of 7-10 wealthy donors from California and New York. Jones is working with opposition research firm Fusion GPS - and Christopher Steele, the former UK spy Fusion commissioned to create the infamous "Steele Dossier" which former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe said was instrumental to the Trump-Russia investigation."
The Soros/Bliar/ Remain conspiracy continues.  Comment at Naked Capitalism by Ed:
"“New polling analysis reveals that a second referendum would swing to Remain Prospect”

You are going to see a lot of these headlines. Its worth keeping in mind that during the actual referendum in 2015, Remain was leading in the polls throughout the campaign. It would never have been called otherwise."
"RFK Jr. doesn’t believe the ‘official story’ that Sirhan Sirhan shot his father alone — and wants a new investigation" (Brigham).  "The Blatant Conspiracy behind Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s Assassination" (Curtin).  "'The girl in the polka dot dress'".  This is the sloppiest of the big American conspiracies (shot from behind by a guy standing in front of him, who didn't have enough bullets for all the shots fired, jeez!), with an Official Story that contradicts itself and makes even less sense than usual.

There's this connection between the far right and conspiracy theory, where the Deep State uses marginal far right operatives as tools and patsies, which seems to pop up in all the big conspiracies.  I'll just leave these here (Houghton - 'Raoul'?! - was supposedly assassinated in 1967, but no body was found, and a government informant/operative might have gone into witsec):

  1. "Re: Troy Houghton: The Minuteman";
  2. "Troy Houghton and the Minutemen" (note!:  "Pastor Dennis P. Mower");
  3. "Troy Houghton: The Minuteman";
  4. "Troy Houghton aka Haughton"; and
  5. "The Minutemen".

Hey, where else will you find this good 'old school' stuff?

"Hamas’ disastrous schemes make this the right moment to show solidarity with Israel" (particularly strong requisite DiManno warning! - The Star should be required by law to give out mandatory barf bags with every column).  "Let’s talk about Mohammad Tamimi’s 2nd detention".  "Children in Israeli detention suffer scars for life" (Verbeek).  "How I became an anti-Semite without hating Jews" (Larudee).

"Guatemala minister: Sheldon Adelson flew officials to Israel".

"Israel Owns U.S. Foreign Policy" (Giraldi).

The closer the Syrians get to the Khazar bag of booty, the more delicate the de-terrorization operation becomes:  "Syria - U.S. Moves To Protect Al-Qaeda And ISIS in Daraa" (Moon).  Meanwhile, the Americans are probably killing Russian soldiers, and actively assisting their ally ISIS, at Deir ez-Zor:  "Russia Releases Photos Showing US Special Ops At ISIS Positions In Syria" (Durden).

"How a Bernie Sanders resolution is normalising the war on terror" (Davis):
". . . while Sanders' resolution would curtail the more direct forms of support for these hostilities, it would allow the other US war in Yemen to continue. In fact, it makes sure that the proposal is not construed as limiting it, providing an exemption for "United States armed forces engaged in operations directed at al-Qaeda or associated forces".
If Sanders' resolution had been passed on January 20, 2016, that language would mean that every raid and drone attack in Yemen that Trump has authorised since would have happened anyway. US cluster bombs will continue to fall on Yemen, so long as it is part of a war on terror."
"Swift Injustice: The "Terrifying" Case Of Tommy Robinson" (Bawer).  Look, the guy's a racist asshole acting like a racist asshole, but this suppression of speech is Orwellian by any standards.

"Russia And Turkey Reach Deal On "Southern Stream" Gas Pipeline, Infuriate Washington" (Durden).  "Bulgarian Government Thinks that Reviving the South Stream Pipeline Will Make It More Strategic" (Korybko).  It like a big world party, and the US is off in the corner, farting, constantly farting, big clouds of farts everywhere, while the rest of the world pretends to ignore the smell and tries to enjoy itself.

"How the Enlightenment Ends" (Kissinger's gentle version of Kurtzweil's 'singularity' con).  Tweet (josh androsky):
"happy 95th birthday to henry kissinger, the velvet underground of war criminals. not everyone listened to him, but everyone who did started their own atrocity."
Bearing in mind that blaming Henry the K for everything is a big part of the 'dialectic' (and why Hitchens decided to focus on Kissinger).
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