Saturday, June 09, 2018

Complex and heartbreaking

Well, it is not all bad news, some things are just pure joy:  "Fox News star Charles Krauthammer reveals he has weeks to live in heartbreaking letter" (you may have to cut and paste this link as i can't get it to work from this posting).  What is the exact opposite of 'heartbreaking'?  I wondered why he hasn't been screaming recently for the violent death by the millions of the enemies of his group of supremacist monsters.

And yet more Goyim, I . . . "‘Israel has no choice’ — ‘NY Times’ columnists largely line up behind Gaza massacre" (Weiss).  "With Literal Nazis Running for Office, NYT Suggests Candidate’s Israel Criticism Is Antisemitic" (Johnson).  "Israeli military attempts to smear slain Palestinian medic with inaccurate video" ('inaccurate' is too polite).  "‘New York Times’ teams up with Israel to smear slain medic Razzan al-Najjar as ‘complex,’ not innocent" (Johnson, North, Weiss).  His name is Herbert Buchsbaum.  I often wish I wasn't such a stupid farm animal, unable to grasp the subtleties of how shooting dead an unarmed medic tending to the wounded is for her own good.

Goyim, I  . . .  "Jared Kushner 'annoyed' with Kuwait's Palestine resolution at UN".

TDS:  "Is There Really Any Doubt That Trump Is Collaborating With Russia?" (Kuns) and "We’ve Got a Problem. A Big Problem." (Marshall)!  Lunatics inspired, if you can believe it, by Trump's wise suggestion that Russia be brought back into the G-7.

Now it gets interesting:  "Senate Investigators May Have Found a Missing Piece in the Russia Probe" (Bertrand). Unified Conspiracy Theory:  "Weldon on Able Danger".  Weldon was removed from Washington as he wouldn't stop noticing the US government was monitoring Atta well before Atta was supposed to be in the US, not to mention that Atta appeared to be working for the US military.

"Still Waiting for Evidence of a Russian Hack" (McGovern). The importance of the WikiLeaks disclosure of the Marble Framework tool.

"Justin Trudeau Was Accused Of "Groping" A Reporter At A Music Festival In 2000" (Daro).  Taken from a newspaper article published in 2000, right after the alleged incident, so it is difficult to claim it is just taking advantage of Trudeau's current position (and the ironies of his 'feminist' virtue signaling).  It is difficult not to notice that 'listen to the women' is only selectively applied.

"Syria - Is The ISIS Attack On Abu Kamal Part Of A U.S. Plan?" (Moon).  Or, as Americans say, "Thank you merchant Bibi, you are my greatest ally.".
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