Saturday, July 28, 2018

Something wicked this way comes

"The West’s Fury and Bitterness About Russia’s Successes" (Cloughley).  "Bill Maher Leads Attack on Larry Wilkerson over Trump Meeting with Putin".  If somebody had told me ten years ago that the American 'left' would be freaking out over peace summits with Russia based on wild unproven conspiracy theories promulgated by Ukrainian intelligence, I'd have told them they were crazy.

Related warmongering by the (((media))):  "How the Media Wove a Narrative of North Korean Nuclear Deception" (Porter).

"The Jewish Ethnic Nexus of Bill Browder’ Financial Operations" (MacDonald) (see also the on-point amazing Shamir article which lists the Jewish matrix in which Browder and his ilk operate; note how Browder's business partners all end up dead in mysterious circumstances).  Tweet (Kevin MacDonald):
"What makes Browder so powerful? He invests in politicians. This is probably a uniquely Jewish quality: Jews outspend everybody in contributions to political figures."
"Guardians of the Magnitsky Myth" (Parry, from the archives):
". . . we’re fed a steady diet of the frothy myth whipped up by hedge-fund investor William Browder and sold to the U.S. and European governments as the basis for sanctioning Russian officials. For years now, Browder has been given a free hand to spin his dog-ate-my-homework explanation about how some of his firms got involved a $230 million tax fraud in Russia.
Browder insists that some “corrupt” Russian police officers stole his companies’ corporate seals and masterminded a convoluted conspiracy. But why anyone would trust a hedge-fund operator who got rich exploiting Russia’s loose business standards is hard to comprehend.
The answer is that Browder has used his money and political influence to scare off and silence anyone who dares point to the glaring contradictions and logical gaps in his elaborate confection.
So, the hedge-fund guy who renounced his U.S. citizenship in favor of a British passport gets the royal treatment whenever he runs to Congress. His narrative just fits so neatly into the demonization of Russia and the frenzy over stopping “Russian propaganda and disinformation” by whatever means necessary.
This summer, Browder testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee and argued that people involved in arranging the one-time showing of Nekrasov’s documentary should be prosecuted for violating the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA), which carries a five-year prison term.
Meanwhile, the U.S. mainstream media helps reinforce Browder’s dubious tale by smearing anyone who dares question it as a “Moscow stooge” or a “useful idiot.”
The Magnitsky controversy now has merged with the Russia-gate affair because Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, who traveled to America to challenge Browder’s account, arranged a meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and other Trump campaign advisers in June 2016 to present this other side of the story.
Though nothing apparently came from that meeting, The New York Times, which always treats Browder’s account as flat fact, led its Saturday editions with a breathless story entitled, “A Kremlin Link to a Memo Taken to Trump Tower,” citing similarities between Veselnitskaya’s memo on the Magnitsky case and an account prepared by “one of Russia’s most powerful officials, the prosecutor general Yuri Y. Chaika.” Cue the spooky music as the Times challenges Veselnitskaya’s honesty.
Yet, the Times article bows to Browder as the ultimate truth-teller, including repetition of his assertion that Sergei Magnitsky was a whistleblowing “tax lawyer,” rather than one of Browder’s accountants implicated in the tax fraud.
While Magnitsky’s profession may seem like a small detail, it gets to the heart of the mainstream media’s acceptance of Browder’s depiction of Magnitsky – as a crusading lawyer who died of medical neglect in a Russian prison – despite overwhelming evidence that Magnitsky was really a clever accountant caught up in the scheme.
The “lawyer” falsehood – so eagerly swallowed by the Times and other mainstream outlets – also bears on Browder’s overall credibility: If he is lying about Magnitsky’s profession, why should anyone believe his other self-serving claims?"
The utter moral and journalistic decline of Who.What.Why.:  "Putin’s Indecent Proposal" (Schechtman).  'Journalism' in the United States now is interviewing gangsters and taking all their already disproved self-serving allegations as fact, with nary a question.  Shameful!

"Important insight into Assholian regime change operations: "U.S. government plays games with top Venezuelan officials" (Ordoñez):
"The decision not to sanction Cabello for more than a year while others around him suffered penalites mystified officials in Washington and Venezuela. And some began to wonder whether Cabello was talking to the United States, or even acting as a CIA agent."
They are quite proud of themselves over how clever they are, but the bottom line is that their trickery didn't work.

"Can Iran Circumvent U.S. Sanctions?" (Meliksetian).  A rather pointed shift in China to replace American oil with Iranian.

The classic Khazar (((media))) technique of announcing what it wants to happen as a fait accompli, then using news reports to attempt to change the facts on the ground:  "Syria - For The Third Time Israel Falsely Claims Iran Pull-Back Deal With Russia" (Moon).  "Assad: “Israel Has exhausted Our Patience and Iran Will Stay in Syria as Long as Is Needed”" (Magnier).  "Breaking: The Hunt for Assad Begins, as Israel Presses War Crime Charges".

"Syria: The White Helmets' Final Performance" (Cartalucci).  Having Israel exfiltrate them is a little too on point, don't you think?  "White Helmets coming ‘home’: West & Israel provide ‘exceptional’ rescue strategy for NATO's ghosts" (Beeley).  "White Helmets: Something wicked is coming our way" (Stilwater).  I can't wait for the first human organ restaurant to open in the suburbs of Toronto.

"Why Russia Wouldn’t Offer Iran to Israel & the US" (Sheikh).  Russia, a country which has recently suffered a serious terrorist war on its own territory and which is still subject to numerous terrorist attacks, regards terrorism as an existential threat, and ISIS as the point of that threat, and, unlike the Americans, who use terrorists as proxy armies, takes the War On Terror seriously, and not just a cover for Zionist machinations.

The underlying assumptions are all Zionist:  "The World According to Ben Rhodes: Hypocrisy in Obama’s Foreign Policy" (Angry Arab).

"Why the poet Dareen Tatour was convicted of incitement" (Haifawi).  This would be an amazing tale of the War On Poetry if it were anywhere else than Khazaria, where it's just another day.

"After military failure, Saudi ant allies resort to diplomacy on Yemen’s Hudaydah".  They were supposed to have just rolled into Yemen and taken over, but those Houthis can really fight.  "Houthi fighters attack Saudi ship off Yemen's coast" (history repeats).  The 'liberal' American 'news'!:  "ACTION ALERT: It’s Been Over a Year Since MSNBC Has Mentioned US War in Yemen" (Johnson):
"What seems most likely is MSNBC has found that attacking Russia from the right on matters of foreign policy is the most elegant way to preserve its “progressive” image while still serving traditional centers of power—namely, the Democratic Party establishment, corporate sponsors, and their own revolving door of ex-spook and military contractor-funded talking heads (3/26/18). After all, Obama backed the war on Yemen—though not nearly as aggressively as Trump has—and it’s difficult to make a coherent left-wing, anti-war criticism when the current Republican in office is simply carrying out your guy’s policy, but on steroids."
"Washington Post Jewess Ruth Marcus Confirms That the Daily Stormer is “Big Time” Media" (Rogers).
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