Wednesday, June 12, 2019

To veil the threat of terror

The two quintessential Khazar qualities, unwavering group supremacist turbo-nepotism (which, rather than IQ or hard work, explains their recent success), and thievery (of tech and jobs), all rolled up into one story:  "How NeoCon Billionaire Paul Singer Is Driving the Outsourcing of US Tech Jobs to Israel" (Webb).  Related?:  tweet (Whitney Webb):
"Hey everyone, I wanted to make it known that myself and another person at MintPress have been made aware of recent behind the scenes smears that may go public soon against MintPress, and specifically me, from other alt media ppl and sites that used to support us. A Thread:"
"Media Paints Jihadist Commander Who Pledged Allegiance to ISIS as a Soccer Star with the Voice of an Angel" (Rubenstein).  You go into a nice restaurant, presumably in the suburbs of Toronto (thanks, Justin!), that features grilled human organs, and are pleasantly surprised when the waiters start singing songs about jihad.

"Kushner as a Colonial Administrator" (Baroud). Strikingly appropriate poem:  "“The White Man’s Burden”: Kipling’s Hymn to U.S. Imperialism".

"Israeli court finalizes Jerusalem church land sale to settler group".

"Pinterest Bans Zero Hedge By Adding To "Porn Domain Block List" Used To Target Conservatives" (Durden).  "REVEALED: Two More Google Blacklists Designed To Remove ‘Fringe Domains’ And Op-Eds From Special Search Results" (Bloom). Consortium News.

They're messing with his precious bodily fluids:  "Bolton blames foreign countries for discord in White House"!

Thanks to a valued employee:  tweet (Matt Kennard):
"Guardian's deputy editor joined state censorship D-Notice committee (run by MOD) after Snowden revelations in sop to British spooks. In board minutes, they thank him for being "instrumental in re-establishing links" between UK mil/intel and Guardian. Explains a lot"
And just when I thought the SJWs could not possibly get any stupider:  "Famed film actress Lillian Gish’s name removed from Bowling Green State University theater: The issues raised" (Walsh).

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