Monday, July 30, 2018

Precedented nefariousness

"What do they know? Mystery as Russia LIQUIDATED almost ALL of its holdings in US Treasury securities during run up to Helsinki summit, in move labeled 'unprecedented' by experts".  "Trump's goal to keep China from using 'nuclear option' of dumping US debt – Max Keiser".

"I traced missile casings in Syria back to their original sellers, so it’s time for the west to reveal who they sell arms to" (Fisk).  "Robert Fisk: "I Traced Al-Qaeda Missile Casings In Syria Back To Their Original Sellers"" (Durden).  "Islamic State Drone Program Study Reveals NATO Ratlines" (Gunnar).

"British Assassination Campaign Targeting Russian Exiles?" (Cunningham):  ""Such a nefarious British program is by no means unprecedented".

"Three Good Reasons to Liquidate Our Empire" (Johnson).  But what about Khazaria?  What about the shekels?

"This great liberal switch from skepticism to sanctimony about the most powerful arms of the Establishment is matched by a viral fear of Russia that reminds me of the John Birch Society pamphlets I’d come across now and then when I was young. Somehow, instinct told me then that they were crazy, exaggerating the cunning of the enemy, the depravity of the collaborators, and the vulnerability of America. The liberal comedians who lampooned such claims on shows such as Laugh-In were my idols. They dared to speak the most radical truth of all in a time of panic and paranoia: the sneakiest adversary is the mind. The Cold War was real, of course, and deadly serious, as are the tensions with Putin’s Russia, but my liberal heroes of the Seventies discerned other dangers that were closer to home. Rigidity. Stridency. Shrillness. Self-righteousness. One way they answered the period’s harsh conservatism was to hang loose, not get uptight. Love, not war. Remember?"

"20 Things to Remember About Russia’s Takeover of the USA…" (Fikre).

"La santé publique de Montréal réclame à son tour la décriminalisation de toutes les drogues".  Curious, as Montreal is the base for most multinational drug companies in Canada, and their lobbyists, who are of course vehemently opposed to the competition posed by legalization.  "TOWHEY: Toronto’s Medical Officer doctors up support for legal drugs" (from the comical tabloid, The Sun).  "Is Canada on the Verge of Decriminalizing Drugs?" (Vember)  There is a fear that marijuana legalization is going to have terrible effect on the oxy market, a holocaust for Sackler profits.

"Palestinians celebrate release of Ahed Tamimi".
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