Sunday, June 03, 2018

Angelicide

Doubts!:  ""Real" Assassin Arrested In Staged Kiev Hit Linked To Ukrainian Intelligence As Official Story Unravels" (Durden):
"The Ukrainian government's staged assassination of anti-Putin journalist Arkady Babachenko has taken an even stranger turn, as evidence has emerged that his would-be "Russia-ordered" assassin and the man who supposedly hired him, both say they worked for Ukrainian counterintelligence, casting serious doubt on the official story."
"Babchenko’s Non-murder Shares Parallels with the Killing of Gongadze" (Cockburn).  Given a lot of what we've seen from #Russiagate, Ukrainian intelligence is very active, very aggressive, but not particularly intelligent or competent.

"Ukraine - The Babchenko Hoax Was Part Of A Corporate Raid" (Moon).  I don't know if this is true, but it is not uncommon for intelligence operatives to plan their conspiracies based partly on personal gain, and in fact that is the aspect which often trips up the operation.  Ukraine is in shambolic free fall, and the whole place seems to be run so each crook can extract as much loot before the whole thing collapses.

"Babchenko Stunt Torpedoes Western Media" (Cartalucci).  Applebaum!!!:  ". . . they had finally made the Russians look stupid and themselves look smart."

"FBI Spying On Trump Started In London, Earlier Than Thought, New Texts Implicate Obama White House" (Durden):
"“The revelation of purposeful contact initiated by alleged confidential human sources prior to any FBI investigation is troublesome,” Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), an ally of President Trump and chairman of a House subcommittee that’s taking an increasingly aggressive oversight role in the scandal, told me. “This new information begs the questions: Who were the informants working for, who were they reporting to and why has the [Department of Justice] and FBI gone to such great lengths to hide these contacts?
Retired assistant FBI director for intelligence Kevin Brock also has questions. Brock supervised an agency update to their longstanding bureau rules governing the use of sources while working under then-director Robert Mueller. These rules prohibit the FBI from directing a human source to perform espionage on an American until a formal investigation has been opened - paperwork and all. 
Brock sees oddities in how the Russia case began. “These types of investigations aren’t normally run by assistant directors and deputy directors at headquarters,” he told me. “All that happens normally in a field office, but that isn’t the case here and so it becomes a red flag. Congress would have legitimate oversight interests in the conditions and timing of the targeting of a confidential human source against a U.S. person.” -The Hill"
The Clinonista Official Story is that this was some run-of-the-mill investigation by IC officers just doing their normal jobs, following up credible leads on a possible American security threat from an unfriendly foreign government, yet there is all this evidence appearing of a guiding hand from far above, and you have to be squinting awfully hard to continue to not see it.

"Joy Reid Apologizes for Running Alt-Right Blog, Ditches Claims of Hacking" (Anglin).  "MSNBC Refuses To Fire Joy Reid Despite Anti-Semitic Blog Posts And 2017 Endorsement Of Nazi Website" (Durden).  Apparently, you can survive dissing Teh Gays in today's (((media))), but can you survive being woke?  The AIPAC/Blitzer truths would normally be an instant death sentence.

"Trump moves to protect ISIS, al-Qaeda enclave in Syria" (Chovanec).  More Yinon, in this case an ISIS 'buffer zone' for Israel, protected by the United States.  While the Americans are blustering, there seems to be a distinct lack of enthusiasm in following through, perhaps because Trump has got it is his mind that the US should not be actively supporting ISIS.

"Heralded by Palestinians as ‘angel’ and ‘merciful martyr,’ Razan Al-Najjar is an afterthought in western press" (North).  It is hilarious that somebody might think there was even the slightest possibility that the (((media))) would cover this murder (the (((media))) news-hiding has seemingly been very successful:  "Mainstream media gets it wrong on Gaza AGAIN" and "Israel deliberately provoked the latest violence in Gaza, but you won’t learn that in the ‘NY Times’", but you have to wonder if people are indeed fooled).  The sniper is an 'American' - as if any Khazar can possibly be subject to any state other than Israel - woman.  Of course she was:  "Gaza medic killed by Israel was shot in the back" (Abunimah).  The victim looks like an angel, and was performing angelic acts when murdered.  You can see why it was so important for (((them))) to control the (((media))), and continue to insist how successful (((they))) are at getting (((their))) lies through.

"Under Trump, the Israel Lobby is a Hydra with Many Heads" (Cook).  Surprisingly, this is a confused mess (Cook seems to be desperate to avoid being called an 'anti-Semite'), though it is fair to say that the Lobby has never had more control over the US than it does now.  The 'many heads' serve as a way of protecting the only head that counts.  What we're seeing, in fact, is the parasite failing to notice that it has so weakened the host that it is time to move to a new host, but individual machers can't let go as they are too addicted to their own power over this host.

"Nikki Haley: The Smirking Face of the American Dream and A Nightmare for The Real World" (Garrie).  ""We're taking names..." Ambassador Nikki Haley" (Lang).  There is nothing new in the diplomatic acts, but as part of The Clarification she discards all semblance of diplomatic sugar coating.  It is as if she has a big box on her UN desk marked 'shekels', and after every remark some guy named Schlomo rushes down and throws handfuls into the box.  It is both funny and pathetic.

"Democrats conflicted over how hard to hit Trump on Iran" (Bolton).  Ha!  'Conflicted'!

"Ken O’Keefe - “Why aren’t we allowed to talk about the Jews”". The video appears to have been shoahed by JewTube, but I think the ultra-woke O'Keefe is still available, for now, on Twitter.

"Bill Browder Escapes Again" (Giraldi):
"One of many Jewish profiteers who descended on Russia, his current role is symptomatic of why the United States government is so poorly informed about overseas developments as he appears before Congress frequently and is the source of much of the “testimony” contributing to the current bad international climate. He has somehow emerged as a trusted source in spite of the fact that he has considerable interest in cultivating a certain outcome favorable to himself. Also ignored is his renunciation of American citizenship in 1998, reportedly to avoid taxes. He is now a British citizen."
You have to wonder if Browder thought he was safe in Spain under the corrupt conservative government, but got caught up as that government was in the process of collapsing.  Rather severe problems with the warrant seem not to cause the slightest problem in the case of Assange, where the line is consistently that the police just have to execute the paper work, and let the courts deal with the legal technicalities.

"US funding elite units implicated in executions":
"As I read this, I could not help but see parallels to the US involvement in El Salvador's bloody civil war.   The Salvadoran security forces, then and now, were willing to tell their American funders that they took human rights seriously but they were also fighting a battle against a common enemy.   Then the common enemy was communism, today the enemy is MS-13.   Elite units of the security forces, then called "Atlacatl" and today called "Jaguars"  act with impunity.   And the Salvadoran commanders of security forces know that the US government might talk about human rights, but if the enemy is communists, or terrorists, or MS-13, it's just talk."
"Golden State Killer Suspect Arrest Opens Floodgates for Law Enforcement Use of DNA Websites" (Horn).  The problem with all these cases is that the natural desire of most people to see dirtbags arrested leads to a lack of concern over the real civil rights issues.  "What can Toronto police learn from the Golden State Killer case?" (Gillis) (I'm also curious about the part highlighted in red - it is likely that the story has been massaged to make police actions seem less intrusive):
"Gallant says he hasn’t yet heard back from the investigators involved in DeAngelo’s arrest — he anticipates they have been contacted by multiple police agencies — but he’s keen to learn more about their tactics.

In particular, he’d like to understand how they were able to provide DNA from a historic crime scene in a form that’s compatible with the DNA samples typically obtained by genealogy websites. A DNA profile is filed in a criminal database using a specific number of genetic markers, which Gallant believes is likely incompatible with the genealogical sites.

“You’re looking at apples and oranges,” he said.

If investigators do find a way to submit DNA to an ancestry site, it may not be as simple as creating an online profile.

In a statement to the Star this week, Ontario’s information and privacy commissioner said that because it has the potential to reveal “a great deal about an individual,” genetic information ordinarily attracts a reasonable expectation of privacy.

“As a general rule, we would therefore expect the police to obtain court authorization when seeking such information from, for example, a genealogy service provider,” Brian Beamish said.

Valerie Lawton, with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, said that although DNA profiles can solve cold cases and bring emotional closure to victims and families, “their collection and retention must respect the highest possible standards of fair balance between security and privacy.”

She notes that Canada’s DNA Identification Act, which governs the National DNA Data Bank, does not allow for familial searching, meaning a Golden State Killer-like connection through a distant relative cannot be made."
"Why is Nuclear Israel Afraid? NATO says won’t defend Israel in case of Iran attack".  We don't know when that time will be, but some day the Khazars will start another illegal war, will turn around expecting the Americans and American lackeys to fight the war, and the stooges will be nowhere to be found.
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