Thursday, March 07, 2019

Seeking the protection of a sovereign

Who knew when they drew up this clever Mossad honeypot that things would go so sideways?:  "Jeffrey Epstein, Alan Dershowitz and Pals Accused of Sex Trafficking Ring" (Briquelet):
"Famed attorney Alan Dershowitz was accused of involvement in billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged sex-trafficking ring by an attorney for one of Epstein’s victims, who claimed in federal court on Wednesday that the release of sealed documents will prove it.

Paul Cassell, who represents Virginia Roberts Giuffre, told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that the testimony of other witnesses will show Dershowitz’s involvement in the alleged trafficking of “his close friend Jeffrey Epstein.”

“When all the records come out it will show that Epstein and [Epstein’s alleged madam Ghislaine] Maxwell were trafficking girls to the benefit of his friends, including Mr. Dershowitz,” Cassell said in oral arguments for a case filed by the Miami Herald to unseal a collection of court documents relating to Giuffre’s now settled lawsuit against Maxwell."
"In a political earthquake, Dems pull bill condemning anti-Semitism after split over Ilhan Omar explodes" (Deger).  The extreme hatred and disrespect the Khazars have for schwartzers is coming back to bite them in the ass.

Suddenly, out of the blue, with no possible explanation, a mysterious resolution appeared:
"Representatives Eliot L. Engel and Nita M. Lowey — both New Yorkers who lead powerful committees — and other Jewish lawmakers discussed the comment over the weekend, bringing in Ms. Pelosi and Mr. Hoyer; by Tuesday, a resolution condemning anti-Semitism was circulating on Capitol Hill, surprising lawmakers who had not heard about it."
Oh, this is good, those h-u-g-e bags of shekels are just 'seeking the protection of a sovereign'!: tweet (Seth Mandel):
"This, too, is familiar to us. Resentment against Jews for seeking the protection of a sovereign – and for the rare times that we got it – is just as much a staple of our history as the ugly tropes Omar seems incapable of refraining from using."
Tweet (Angry Arab) (also, suck on this):
"Look at the lies of Thomas Friedman? When did Omar ever mention Jewish Americans in this context? "And one issue she seems to have seized on is the alleged dual loyalty of Jews to America and Israel.""
The concept of 'dual loyalty' is a concept invented by the Khazars to give the impression that they show at least some loyalty to the United States, when we all know they only have loyalty to their stolen homeland, and in fact give every indication of actually hating and despising the United States as they leech it into despair and destruction.  Ha!:  "The Left Is Making Jews Choose: Our Progressive Values Or Ourselves" (Ungar-Sargon).  It's tough to be both progressive and a violent racist group supremacist.  Back to the real world (and real Khazar treason):  "Irony: as Pelosi backs down on ‘anti-Hate’ Resolution, Israel’s Politics Goes Peak Racist" (Cole).
 
Tweet (Alan Macleod):
". says Guaidó has "captured the heart of the nation. A vast majority of Venezuelans support him." New poll shows his party is supported by only 6% of Venezuelans. "
Tweets (Alan MacLeod):
 "Wow. Bloomberg is reporting that Juan Guaidó amassed an army of 200 soldiers to shoot his way back into Venezuela. It was only stopped by a panicked Colombian government. "
and (and note the tweet following this where the US orders Guido what to do):
"When your plan is too violent and agressive for the Colombian government and when even Bolsonaro is distancing himself from you, you know you've gone way too far."
We can't lose sight of the fact that Venezuela's big ace in the hole is that Trump has two of the biggest fuck-ups in recent world history, Abrams and Bolton - both apparently forced on him by Sheldon's shekels - running this shitshow.

"Triggered, Bolsonaro commits impeachable offense – tweets porn video" (Mier).  I wouldn't be surprised if the next assassination attempt wasn't the real thing.

"The Deep State - The Trudeau Government, Lobbyists and the Legalization of Corruption in Canada" (Donovan) (excellent piece throughout). The original legislation that led to this disaster for Injustin is amazingly crooked and outrageous, allowing politicians to side-step criminal proceedings in the courts that are interfering with the criminality of their friends.  I have to wonder if this is even constitutional.
"The Trudeau Liberal government allowed the Deep State to achieve an unprecedented level of influence. They passed Deferred Prosecution Agreements (DPAs) legislation allowing for sentencing agreements between the government and a criminal corporation, where the criminal agrees to plead guilty and pay a large fine in exchange for a “get out of jail free” pass and the ability to continue to bid on more government contracts. As a result, corporations in Canada can now be involved in criminal acts and get off if they can pay; in essence, corruption and criminality are legal. This new law was cut in the back rooms of Ottawa at the behest of SNC-Lavalin and a cabal of other lobbyists who convinced an incognizant Prime Minister, a conceited Clerk of the Privy Council, a dimwitted Minister of Finance, several obstinate cabinet ministers and a caucus of sheep to pass this DPA legislation into law. They supported it despite the fact that it would allow for transformative changes in terms of how corporate criminal fraud cases would be prosecuted under the criminal code. When the matter was raised for debate by committee members at the Justice Committee, the Liberal majority on the committee shut down reviewing the DPA legislation. A Conservative Senator also flagged it but was voted down by the Trudeau appointed “independent” senators. The government buried the bill in the bowels of a larger Omnibus Bill that that included the 2018 Federal Budget Implementation Act. The DPA section is in Division 20 in Part 6 of the 385-page document (making Deferred Prosecution Agreements a legal part of the Criminal Code, Part XXII.1, “Remediation Agreements).

Conservative finance critic and Ottawa-Carleton MP Pierre Poilievre stumbled on the provision during Committee hearings to review the Budget Bill. He questioned why such a law was being put forward which allowed criminals to avoid prosecution. Surprisingly, the Chair of the Finance Committee, Liberal MP Wayne Easter, admitted he did even not know a criminal code change (DPAs) was in the budget bill. He told the committee, “there is a huge question whether this (DPA’s) should be in a budget bill.” Hull-Aylmer Liberal MP Greg Fergus told the committee that he too was surprised to see the DPA law in the budget bill and acknowledged that he learned of it when Poilievere mentioned it. “It left an uncomfortable taste in my mouth,” Fergus added. “It seems we are letting white-collar criminals off the hook with a slap on the wrist.”

Poilievre raised the matter again in the House of Commons in May 2018, asking Finance Minister Bill Morneau why the budget bill included “a provision that would allow accused white-collar criminals charged with bribery, fraud, insider trading and other offences to have all charges dropped.” Morneau responded, “We believe that our approach to deferred prosecution agreements will enable us to pursue an approach that is functioning and doing well in other economies—one that will result in more effective continuation of business success by companies once they have paid their dues to society.” In plain terms, Morneau was saying - do the crime, pay a big fine, and business as usual.

Despite their concerns about criminality, both Wayne Easter and Greg Fergus voted in favour of the DPA legislation without changes along with every other government MP. The law to resolve corporate offences in Canada under the Criminal Code and the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (DPA) took effect on September 19, 2018.

In February 2019, Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick testified before the Justice Committee that DPA legislation had been a transparent process. He claimed all the rules were followed, asserting that the information on DPA’s were published in a February 2018 report highlighting public support for a DPA process in Canada. His presentation describing the transparency of it all was deserving of a bureaucrats gold star. In reality, DPA legislation was  cleverly crafted and passed in a way where its proponents could claim “transparency” in the process, when the exact opposite was true. The public had never been asked about them, Finance Committee MPs including the Committee Chair were not aware they had been slipped into the budget bill, the Liberal-dominated Justice Committee refused to allow discussion on them and they were never debated in an open and transparent manner in Parliament. Only lobbyists and select law firms were aware of this drastic change to the criminal code—of course, that is to be expected since these were the interested parties who drafted the content that became the basis of the new law. The Deep State hustlers for a DPA were SNC-Lavalin Chairman Kevin Lynch, SNC CEO Neil Bruce and a handful of seasoned lobbyists."
Thanks, Injustin:  "Trade War Deepens: China Bans Canadian Canola Shipments Amid Soaring Diplomatic Tensions" (Durden). This is only going to get worse.

"The Orientalism of Western Russophobia" (Parry).

"Freedom Rider: Russiagate and Democratic defeat" (Kimberley). Good news, though!

"Insofar as I am a “Neo-Nazi White Supremacist”" (Anglin).  I expect he'll eventually drop the over-the-top misogyny and racism, which seem to be ways of selling the brand to teen aged boys and those who think like teen aged boys, and stick to the Khazar skepticism, which tackles the real threat to 'his people' (and everybody else).
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