Friday, March 08, 2019

Pretty OK

"US Envoy Tried to Freeze Made-Up Venezuelan Accounts in Swiss Banks in Prank" (buried the lede) (see also):
"The pranksters also held one more conversation with Abrams in March, according to Russia 24, where the Special Representative told them that the US is not planning military intervention in Venezuela, but would like to “make the Venezuelan military nervous,” regarding possible guarantees ruling out military threats from the US to be “a tactical mistake.” However, according to the phone call, Abrams said that the main sources of leverage against the Venezuelan government are still financial, economic and diplomatic pressure."
"Venezuela: Broad Support for Guaidó Reveals Stark Contempt for International Law" (Quinn).

Tweet (Alan MacLeod):
"This article from an 🇦🇷Argentina is pretty 🔥🔥🔥 It reveals: 1. Guaidó managed to convince Mike Pence half the military would join him 2. Pence somehow believed him 3. 0.1% of the Venezuelan army has joined Guaidó 4. Pence is furious at Guaidó"
I'm not sold on this, as I doubt Pence is listening to Guido, but he may very well be furious at the CIA for their typical horrendous intelligence work.  Of course, this may just be setting up Trump throwing Guido under the bus on the basis that he lied to Pence.

"Pure: Ten Points I Just Can’t Believe About the Official Skripal Narrative" (Murray):
"The very first person to discover the Skripals ill on a park bench in Salisbury just happened to be the Chief Nurse of the British Army, who chanced to be walking past them on her way back from a birthday party. How lucky was that? The odds are about the same as the chance of my vacuum cleaner breaking down just before James Dyson knocks at my door to ask for directions. There are very few people indeed in the UK trained to give nursing care to victims of chemical weapon attack, and of all the people who might have walked past, it just happened to be the most senior of them!"
"The MSM just realised the “Integrity Initiative” is a thing" (Knightly) (for more background on the scalliwags involved, see also tweets by Tim Hayward). The (((media))) kept the entire Integrity Initiative scandal under wraps until they needed it for another evidence-less Russian hacking claim!

Greenwald versus MI6.  "Michael Cohen Scooped by Julian Assange" (Garrison).  This whole mess started when Stone, trying to get hired by the Trump campaign, claimed he had privileged access to Assange, and thus Clinton emails. He didn't have such access - his friend Credico may have had it - but Stone's self-advertising has grown into a monster in the hands of the Clintonistas.

The American government is going after Assange again through pressure on Manning (and through the usual American abuse of the IMF):  "With Ecuador’s Cooperation Bought by IMF Loans, Washington Waxes Optimistic on Assange Extradition" (Webb).

 Tweet (WikiLeaks):
"Trump losing the meme war to 2020 upstart already? Internet memers flock to 's campaign centered around AI driven mass job loss and universal basic income (UBI). See "
"Man who witnessed rape by UAE-linked fighters in Yemen found dead":
"Protesters have rallied in Yemen's port city of Aden for a fourth day, angry at the killing of a man who testified against four Emirati-backed fighters accused of raping a seven-year-old boy."
Tweet (Asa Winstanley):
"Dov Hikind was a member of the terrorist group JDL in the 1970s -- Meir Kahane's group which bombed Palestinian, Arab and Soviet civilian targets in the US."
Tweet (Dan Cohen):
".@MeghanMcCain is a Christian Zionist – an ideology that sees Jewish immigration to “Israel” as a precursor to the rapture, in which Jews who don’t accept Jesus burn in hell for eternity. Her teary-eyed display of philo-semitism is actually anti-semitic."
"While she doesn’t have Jewish family, she began to tear up as she described former Sen. Joe Lieberman and his wife Hadassah as her family." Omar's still got it!  I tear up when I think of Lieberman too.

"LILLEY: Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes' cryptic message".  Also some shade cast by the prosecutors who Justin was trying desperately to circumvent.

Tweet (Canada Middle East Progress):
"You were pretty ok with Palestinian Journalists being shot by the IDF in Gaza."
Speaking of Nazis:  "Deputized As Election Monitors, Ukrainian Ultranationalists 'Ready To Punch' Violators". This is strange coming from Radio Free Europe, which would normally be singing hosannas at these CIA assets.

Tweet (Seth Mandel) (the first President to take the shekels, and in return recognized the Khazar land theft against all the advice of his own experts):
"Nothing but respect for MY president"
Rahm went as a volunteer to assist the IDF in its mass murdering, literally the definition of 'dual loyalty' (see also the concentration camp guard, and the Goldman guy at the JTY who runs their Trump-collusion racket)!:  "I’ve Faced the Charge of Dual Loyalty".  Rahm wanted to run again for mayor of Chicago, but couldn't as the people of Chicago despise him too much.

Note that Pelosi's silly omnibus anti-hate resolution offends the first principle of Khazar indoctrination of the silly goyim, which is that there is no other suffering on a moral plane with Khazar suffering.  "Speaking from the House floor on Thursday, Engel said he supports the resolution, but that he wished the resolution would single out just anti-Semitism."

"Shock & horror: Anti-Semitism spreads to China" (The Irish Savant):
". . . a new best-seller called Currency Wars has really set the cat among the pigeons. The book’s author, Song Hongbing, claims that behind world-changing events like the battle of Waterloo, Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, President Kennedy’s assassination, and the deep recession in Asia during the 1990s stood an intricate conspiracy aimed at increasing Jews’ wealth and influence. In fact he claims that almost every defining historical moment has been instigated by Jewish bankers, and mainly the Rothschild family, which Song says dominates the global banking system, including the US Federal Reserve System."
"French resist effort to censor criticism of Zionism" (Abunimah).  Resistance to the Khazarocracy is breaking out all over.

Note that they'll put up with just about anything except pissing off Soros:  "The end of Germany’s Orbán affair" (Karnitschnig).

"Trump Move on US Troops In Syria Does Not Bode Well For US-Turkey Relations" (Jay).

"Garamendi resolves to repeal broad military authorization act" (Keys).

"Facing 1000s Of Lawsuits, Oxycontin Maker Purdue Weighs Bankruptcy Filing" (Durden).

"Embassy Staffers Say Jared Kushner Shut Them Out of Saudi Meetings" (Banco).

The standard wide range of opinion in American high-level 'journalism', from blood-pouring-from-the-fangs Zionist, all the way over to blood-pouring-from-the-fangs Zionist.

"North Korea as a Small Great Power" (Korhonen/Mori):
"Addendum: March 1, 2019
The text of the article was finalized in February 2019, about a week before the Hanoi summit of 27-28 February. The fact that President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un ended their meeting without an agreement does not appear to us as a big surprise. There is still a gap in the American perception of North Korea, especially on the point of steadfastly maintaining the full array of international sanctions, which for North Korea are not only an economic issue, but also an issue of prestige and an indication of the existing level of confidence, which they appear to deem to be too low still. However, this gap also seems to be closing little by little. Both leaders treated each other with cordial respect, and the comments from both sides after the summit allowed ample leeway for further negotiations. As Rüdiger Frank suggests, we should view the summit not as a failure, but as a step along the process whereby US-North Korean relations are developing from infancy to maturity ‘US-North Korea Relations: From Infancy to Maturity’, 38North. A sensible historical precedent for this meeting would probably be the 1986 summit between President Ronald Reagan and General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev in Reykyavik, Iceland. Also at that time the talks collapsed and the leaders parted without an agreement, but both parties then knew much better the essential points of each other’s positions and the array of domestic pressures they were facing, leading a year later to a positive breakthrough in their relations. This is also completely possible in the US-North Korean negotiations."
Tweet (John Clarke):
" "This is the greatest success of the ’s hasbara: Say one critical word about and you’re labeled an . And labeled an anti-Semite, your fate is obvious. has to break this cursed cycle.""
Tweet (Ben Kling):
"I know it's cliche to say so, but this hospital charging parents "$39.95" to hold their newborn baby is a REALLY tight microcosm of capitalism."
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