Saturday, September 29, 2018


"US-Delisted MEK Terrorists Still Openly Committed to Violence" (Thomas).

"US Intel Officials Publicly Contradict Netanyahu's UN Speech On "New" Iran Atomic Facility" (Durden).  Note that the anonymous American official was revealed by the Rothschild house organ, indicating that Bibi's S-300/no fly zone shenanigans have angered the super-machers.

"Dina Porat, Netanyahu’s secret agent in his war on the ‘new anti-Semitism’" (Mack).  The Khazars are worried that they are giving up the old Holocaust-based 'anti-Semitism' - tried and true method of leading the goyim around by the nose - simply to get embassies moved to Jerusalem.

"The Facebook Security Meltdown Exposes Way More Sites Than Facebook".  Shut.  It.  Down.

"It’s time to end the charade and walk away from NAFTA"  (Walkom).  This is basic, and obvious.  Sadly, the traitors 'negotiating' for Canada work directly for American multinationals, so an agreement which binds Canada and Mexico but not the United States is exactly what they have been ordered to provide.

"Canada strips Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi of honorary citizenship".  This is hilarious.  Canada grants the honorary citizenship to promote the interests of the American Empire, who wanted to use her to open up Burma for colonialization, thought to be blocked by the evil generals.  Essentially, she didn't deliver fast enough, so though she hasn't changed, they are now using the effects of the Saudi campaign against the Rohingya as an excuse to dump the whole problem on her.  Just remember that Canadian 'honorary citizenship' is always a huge insult.

"“Chepiga” and “Boshirov” – what does Bellingcat actually tell us?" (Catte).  "British Intelligence Throws More Novi-Fog™ To Hide The Holes In Its Skripal File" (Moon).  As is so often the case, the comments are an order of magnitude smarter than the article:  "Peddling certainty" (Robinson).  Bellingcat isn't even really trying any longer (I get the impression that Bellingcat's particularly sloppy efforts here are embarrassing some of his usual high-level supporters/clients, but it doesn't matter as the material is intended for the lowest ranks of the (((media)))), and people are still pretending to be fooled:  "Take the Bellingcat Facial Recognition Quiz!" (McCarty).  See tweet by Murray.  NATO could have taken a photo of the patsy, reverse-aged it using proper crime victim aging software, planted it with a Russian source, and then provided that material to Bellingcat, but everybody is so lazy, and certain of the support of fools (or assets) like Robinson, that they don't even bother to put in the effort.

The underlying problem, that the British Official Story is ludicrous, remains:  "William of Ockham Lends His Razor to the Skripal Case" (Slane).

And what, do you ask, is George Soros up to?:  "Serbian President Accuses West Of "Brutal Meddling" In Bosnia-Herzegovina's Elections" (Pavic).

"Is Trump Eyeing A Coup In Venezuela?" (Cunningham).  There have been a series of spectacularly failed American coup attempts on Venezuela, with the general problem being that the CIA keeps falling for the statements of various ne'er-do-wells that they have enough general backing to pull the thing off.  Little 'foam party' Mario is hard at work:  "Apply Logan Act against South Florida, not John Kerry" (Madsen).
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