Friday, October 05, 2018


"Mattis Says Russian GRU Caught Red-Handed Hacking OPCW, Vows Cyber Support To Allies" (Durden).  If true, they parked a car near the office and listened in due to the essentially non-existent security of the OPCW.  It is like your neighbor stealing your wifi using your password (which is 'password'). Mattis should have been complaining that he pays these goofs all this money and they still can't manage even rudimentary security (it is possible they were instructed to have no security so Mattis could blame the Russians for breaking in).  Understandable spying, since the NATO-corrupted OPCW is clearly one of the sharp points being used in the PR battle against Russia.

"Bellingcat’s Very Obviously Fake Chepiga Photo" (Murray).

"MI6 Will Be So Proud: Urban & Harding Continue The Ludicrous Skripal Narrative" (Kurley).  Urban's curious, and unique, access.

Just four, and maybe obsolete versions, the classic Russian diplomatic caution, essentially a warning to Israel that more could be sent, if needed:  "S-300s and Other Military Hardware for Syria" (The Saker):
"During the past year the Israelis informed the Russians about their planned airstrikes in Syria via their deconfliction line only in 10% of the cases. For the remaining 90% they did not even bother, in spite of having promised to do so in their agreement with Russia. In sharp contrast, the Russians always informed the Israelis of their operations, as did the Americans towards the Russians. But the Israelis simply think that they don’t have to abide by any kind of norms of behavior. That kind of contempt for agreements (and for non-Jews in general) is typical of the Israeli mindset and it will eventually bring the downfall of the last openly racist regime on the planet."

"Tomgram: Ben Freeman, The Saudi Lobby Juggernaut".  Not losing sight of the fact that it is relatively wasted money, and the (((media))) has another master.  As stinktanks go, the Center for International Policy isn't obviously Evil.  Also:  "President Trump Exposes Truth of US Relationship with Saudi Arabia – Kevork Almassian Analysis".  Example of the messaging incompetence:  "Saudi Embassy Video Claims Al-Qaeda Likes Iran But Proves The Opposite" (Moon).

"Is Saudi Arabia the Middle East’s Next Failed State?" (Lazare).

Sometimes these big changes occur, the most interesting aspect of which is that nobody notices:  "BRIBERY (Patrick Armstrong)".  More to the point:  "Best government money can buy" (Giraldi).  Or, to summarize in one single word, shekels.  It is bad enough to be bribed by your own ruling elite, but what happens when your political leadership is bribed by the ruling elite of a foreign country?

"US cancels 1955 Treaty of Amity with Iran after UN court ruling".  "Iran Sanctions - U.S. Responds To Court Order By Canceling Treaty That Gave The Court Jurisdiction" (Moon).  It is actually shocking how much of the legal and institutional structure behind American hegemony is being suddenly, and irreversibly, dismantled, all for shekels.

"Wikileaks: To Weaken Iran, US Undermined Democratic Elements of Syrian Opposition to Empower Radical Groups" (Webb).

"France points finger at Iran over bomb plot, seizes assets" (The Rothschild Family).  Funny that nobody asks why France was hosting a conference on 'regime change'

"Imran Khan: “American Drone Strikes in Pakistan Must Stop. It’s Butchery, and the True Horror of It Is Hidden From the West”" (Drone Warfare).

"Netanyahu Bans Publication of Archive Materials on Deir Yassin Massacre".  Shut It Down.

"Russia Disrupted NATO’s Victory in Macedonia by Voter Apathy – We Are Waiting for New Sanctions" (Kornilov). Yet another example of wrongvoting, or rather in this case, wrongnotvoting.  There's a good reason why voting opportunities and systems are set up in such an elaborate manner to preclude the possibility of the people expressing an opinion on their oppression.

"Police Respond To Incident At Turkish Cleric Gulen's Poconos Compound" (Durden).  Whatever else you might say about Erdoğan, he's sure got some balls on him, testing the security of the CIA!

"Russia Says Space Station Hole Was Deliberate Sabotage After Formal Investigation" (Durden).  Shamir!

Tweet (alex thomson) (David Kelly?) (see various tweets assembled by niqnaq):
"A court in London was told today that MI5 agents are  authorised to commit serious crimes, on British soil, without informing prosecutors, under a secretive MI5 policy..."
"Jerusalem: Israel settlers occupy buildings near Al-Aqsa Mosque".  Typical Khazar ratcheting.  One day they'll just storm the place, and the Israeli government will claim they can't possibly be dislodged due to the danger of loss of human life.

"Canary Mission Blacklist Is Secretly Bankrolled By Major Jewish Federation".  Changing the subject?:  "Censored film names Adam Milstein as Canary Mission funder" (Winstanley/Abunimah).

"Trump's telephones in the Treaty Room" (Electrospaces).

"Robert Crowley; CIA Plots; Shastri Murder" (Aangirfan).
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