Thursday, October 31, 2019

The 'local population'

""Jeffrey Epstein Was Strangulated", Famous Forensic Expert Says" (Durden).  Barr is supposed to be investigating this, and the whole Barry/Clinton/IC/Ukrainian attacks on Trump, but since he's Deep State himself, nothing will come of it (except maybe some symbolic actions against a few of the worst FBI coup plotters).

"The Oil Mystery Undermining An Aramco IPO" (Bobb):
". . . Saudi Aramco has not submitted to an independent audit of its reserves since 1980. Stated reserves have barely budged since 1998 according to the most recent BP Statistical Review of World Energy despite enormous production. One would think that 20 years of robust production would have had some downward effect on reserve numbers.
But even if reserves have in reality held steady, what’s left of the total oil resources under Saudi Arabia has been declining. (Resources are typically defined as original oil in place, a rather vague estimate. Reserves are defined as oil which can be extracted profitably at today’s prices using current technology from proven deposits. Reserves are only a tiny fraction of resources though reserves may be expanded through exploration and sufficient drilling.)
Why might investors be skittish about Aramco’s oil reserve claims? Back in 2011 diplomatic cables leaked by Wikileaks revealed that the company might not have the reserves it is claiming, though the diplomats misstated how much lower those reserves might be. But perhaps the biggest reason for the skittishness is that the company seems unwilling to make full disclosure about its reserves. That is almost certainly one of the reasons why the IPO will not be appearing on the New York Stock Exchange which has standards of disclosure that would require an independent audit of reserves."
"Saudi Arabia is $3.4B behind on its payments for Canadian LAVs" (Sevunts).  Canada is not only providing, but paying for, the tools of Saudi repression of its own people and the illegal war on Yemen!

The Blumenthal arrest: "Weaponizing Venezuela’s ex-ruling elite" (Levine).

"PATRICK LAWRENCE: A Sudden-Seeming Power Shift in the Middle East".  The Americans can't do diplomacy, and so have no answer to any diplomatic solutions other than more violence.

"Chilean Protests: A Revolt against Neoliberalism the Media Refuses to Acknowledge" (MacLeod) (my emphasis in red; we can use American (((media ))) coverage, or lack thereof, and the amount of lies involved to easily distinguish real revolutions from color revolutions):
"There has been comparatively little coverage of the massive movement in Chile. And much of it obscures what the protests are for, and crucially, what they are. Neoliberalism is largely absent in mainstream reporting of the protests; there has been no mention of the word or its derivatives in any reporting on Chile from CNN, MSNBC or Fox News, for example. Meanwhile Slate amended the title of an article originally titled “Chile’s People Have Had Enough of Neoliberalism” so the headline read simply “Chile’s People Have Had Enough”, removing all mention of the word from their reporting
The real driver in all this, according to a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, was not crony capitalism, but the socialist governments of Cuba and Venezuela, who are “playing a key role” in directing the movement. Piñera, it explains, was “forced to declare a state of emergency” to “protect property and life” from the “left-wing terrorists savaging Santiago and cities around the country.” Only a fool would believe these protests are organic, it explains. After all, “market policies have been successful” in Chile, so why would anyone be unhappy? The United States, however, sees a Russian hand directing the protest. Trump-appointed Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs Michael Kozak claimed that the Kremlin has penetrated Chilean social networks and was circulating fake news in order to inflame tensions."
and:
"Meanwhile Human Rights Watch, always quick to condemn leftist Latin American governments like Bolivia, Venezuela or Nicaragua for their transgressions, called for the swift prosecution…of the protestors. Its Director of the Americas, José Miguel Vivanco, stating, “Prosecutors should also carry out prompt, thorough, and impartial investigations into serious crimes committed by demonstrators in recent days.” The full-scale crackdown and the suspension of the most basic civil liberties merely had Vivanco “worried” that “there has been an excess of force” from the government."
"US intensifies geopolitical struggle over Syria" (Bhadrakumar) (the Yinon-driven oil fields theft gambit is inevitably going to lead to further serious distancing between Turkey and the US, which is why it is not a sustainable MAGA plan, despite the massive shekeling of the last few days):
"Suffice to say, Trump’s plans for the oil-rich Euphrates Basin will seriously undermine the scope for any serious Turkish-American rapprochement. Turkey can only become more beholden to Russia and Iran in the making of post-war Syria. 
The noted scholar and author on Russia and Eurasian studies  Michael A. Reynolds at the Princeton University concluded an utterly fascinating essay recently entitled TURKEY AND RUSSIA: A REMARKABLE RAPPROCHEMENT:
“The inability, or unwillingness, of American policymakers to craft policies that take into account the fundamental security concerns and sensitivities of a country that has, for decades, been a key partner of the United States in the Middle East, the Balkans, the Black Sea, the Caucasus, and Eurasia must be central to any explanation of the current turn in Turkish-Russian relations. The mutual willingness of Washington and Ankara to rebuild their ties will be the key determinant of the future of the Turkish-Russian relationship.” "
Trump's current position is so ridiculous that even the stupidest normie is going to be able to see that this mess is entirely (((donor))) driven.

Despite all The Intercept material, Bolsonaro appears to be largely bullet-proof, but this particular murder seems to be causing him real concern:  "Supreme Court may investigate involvement of Jair Bolsonaro in Marielle Franco’s murder".

"The Failed FBI Plot to Paint Trump Doing Deals with Putin by Larry C Johnson".  (((Marshall))) was beside himself with joy in early misuse of Sater as a weapon against Trump until it turned out he was an FBI CI and the standard slurring of him as a Russian agent became too ridiculous.

"A Window into Jewish Guilt" (Atzmon).  "Hoax Alert: The Trump Swastika of Yale (2019)" (Semitic Controversies).  Guilt is a problem that psychopaths don't have.

Excellent, detailed discussion on the current state of lawfare in its birthplace:  "Israel’s new moves to ‘legalize’ the occupation" (Cook).  The 'local population'!  This kind of lawfare chutzpah is what got Shylock in trouble, and it is the main calling card of Khazars throughout history, and probably the single most important factor in why the often find themselves in trouble.  Letting them have an actual fucking state is sheer insanity, and must be corrected asap!

Hello, Newman!:  "U.S. Universities Bow to Pressure" (Giraldi).

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

He died like a dog

The Nazi behind the curve (I should really stop using Nazi as a pejorative, even though with Freeland it is a 100% accurate description, and though her consistent impulses come not from her profound Nazi heritage but from her Cecil Rhodes/globalist indoctrination, and LaRouchians aren't wrong, at least with respect to Freeland).  "Canada calls for new vote after disputed Bolivian election" (Dyer).  "Open Letter Calling on the Canadian Government to Stop Backing a Corrupt, Repressive and Illegitimate Haitian President" (Engler) (also here and here).  "Canadian imperialism in Haiti in the spotlight" (Engler).  "A Progressive Surge Is Brewing Across Latin America" (Madsen).  "Elections and Uprisings: Is Latin America Once Again Liberating Itself From The U.S.?" (Antonopoulos). Canada is behind serious recent attacks on the peoples of Haiti, Honduras, Bolivia, Cuba, Brazil and, of course, Venezuela, and The Nazi doesn't even bother to hide it!

"We Now Have Mass Public Unrest In France, Spain, Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon, Egypt, Hong Kong, Venezuela, Chile, Ecuador And Bolivia" (Every).  Anti-Globalist Revolutions versus false flag Pro-Globalist Revolutions.

"Colonel Testifying Against Trump in Hoax Impeachment Fiasco is a Jewish Refugee From The Ukraine" (Rogers).  Every, single, time!  The Democrat 'impeachment' show trial consists of a series of secret, but, of course, leaked, testimonies from a variety of 'worthies' consisting of their personal interpretations of the talk which Trump has already released the gist of, and which any American can read for his or her self.  No added value in any of these testimonies, just Clintonista PR.  In this case, we have confirmation from a Ukrainian intelligence asset of the basic story created by Ukrainian intelligence!

"Can Ukraine Create a Rift between Russia and Turkey" (Henry).  The Ukes are utterly useless at everything except one thing, which is intelligence-driven political ratfucking, at which they are world experts.

"Russian Diplomacy Threatens Western Imperialism in Africa" (Ulson). The Assholes only have a chance because leaders in corrupt countries can always be bribed to make spectacularly bad choices.

"Russian MoD Doubts Trump’s Announcement of Killing ISIS Chief al-Baghdadi" (a very, very odd place for CIA Employee of the Month for the last five years to hole up!):
"Moscow pointed out that it recorded no US coalition airstrikes in the Idlib area in northwest Syria on Saturday when the raid was held.

It also rejected Trump’s claims that Russian forces opened up the airspace under its control in Syria to American planes to facilitate the operation against the IS leader.

The ministry questioned the very possibility of al-Baghdadi’s presence in Idlib as the area is held by Al-Qaeda offshoot, Jabhat al-Nusra, who have always been mortal enemies of Islamic State."
"Caliph closure: ‘He died like a dog’" (Escobar):
"A crack forensic team carrying samples of the fake caliph’s DNA apparently does its job in record time. The remains of the self-exploded target – then sealed in plastic bags – confirm it: it’s Baghdadi. In the dead of night, it’s time for the commando unit to go back to Irbil, a 70-minute flight over northeast Syria and northwest Iraq. Cut to Trump’s presser. Mission accomplished. Roll credits.
This all happened at a compound only 300 meters away from the village of Barisha, in Idlib, rural northwest Syria, only 5km from the Syria-Turkish border. The compound is no more:  it was turned to rubble so it would not become a (Syrian) shrine for a renegade Iraqi.
The caliph was already on the run, and arrived at this rural back of beyond only 48 hours before the raid, according to Turkish intelligence. A serious question is what he was doing in northwest Syria, in Idlib – a de facto cauldron-like Donbass in 2014 – which the Syrian army and Russian airpower are just waiting for the right moment to extinguish.
There are virtually no ISIS/Daesh jihadis in Irbil, but lots of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, as in al-Qaeda in Syria, known inside the Beltway as “moderate rebels,” including hardcore Turkmen brigades previously weaponized by Turkish intel. The only rational explanation is that the Caliph might have identified this Idlib backwater near Barisha, away from the war zone, as the ideal under-the-radar passport to cross to Turkey.
The plot thickens when we examine Trump’s long list of “thank yous” for the successful raid. Russia came first, followed by Syria – presumably Syrian Kurds, not Damascus – Turkey and Iraq. In fact, Syrian Kurds were only credited with “certain support,” in Trump’s words. Their commander Mazloum Abdi, though, preferred to extol the raid as a “historic operation” with essential Syrian Kurd intel input.
In Trump’s press conference, expanding somewhat on the thank yous, Russia again came first (“great” collaboration) and Iraq was “excellent”: the Iraqi National Intelligence Service later commented on the break it had gotten, via a Syrian who had smuggled the wives of two of Baghdadi’s brothers, Ahmad and Jumah, to Idlib via Turkey.
There’s no way US Special Forces could have pulled this off without complex, combined Turkish, Iraqi and Syrian Kurd intel. Additionally, President Erdogan accomplishes one more tactical masterpiece, juggling between performing the role of dutiful, major NATO ally while still allowing al-Qaeda remnants their safe haven in Idlib under the watchful eye of the Turkish military.
Significantly, Trump said, about Moscow: “We told them, ‘We’re coming in’ … and they said, ‘Thank you for telling us.’” But, “they did not know the mission.”
They definitely didn’t. In fact, the Russian Defense Ministry, via spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov, said it had “no reliable information about US servicemen conducting an operation to ‘yet another’ elimination of the former Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the Turkish-controlled part of the Idlib de-escalation zone.”
And on Trump’s “we told them,” the Russian Defense Ministry was emphatic: “We know nothing about any assistance to the flight of US aircraft to the Idlib de-escalation zone’s airspace in the course of this operation.”
According to ground sources in Syria, a prevalent rumor in Idlib is that the “dead dog” in Barisha could be Abu Mohammad Salama, the leader of Haras al-Din, a minor sub-group of al-Qaeda in Syria. Haras al-Din has not issued any statement about it.
ISIS/Daesh anyway has already named a successor: Abdullah Qardash, aka Hajji Abdullah al-Afari, also Iraqi and also a former Saddam Hussein military officer. There’s a strong possibility that ISIS/Daesh and myriad subgroups and variations of al-Qaeda in Syria will now re-merge, after their split in 2014.
There’s no plausible explanation whatsoever for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, for years, enjoying the freedom of shuttling back and forth between Syria and Iraq, always evading the formidable surveillance capabilities of the US government.
Well, there’s also no plausible explanation for that famous convoy of 53 brand new, white Toyota Hi-Luxes crossing the desert from Syria to Iraq in 2014 crammed with flag-waving ISIS/Daesh jihadis on their way to capture Mosul, also evading the cornucopia of US satellites covering the Middle East 24/7.
And there’s no way to bury the 2012 US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)  leaked memo that explicitly named “the West, Gulf monarchies, and Turkey” as seeking a “Salafist principality” in Syria (opposed, significantly, by Russia, China and Iran – the key poles of Eurasia integration).
That was way before ISIS/Daesh’s irresistible ascension. The DIA memo was unmistakable: “If the situation unravels there is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran).
True, the fake caliph has been proclaimed definitely dead at least five times, starting in December 2016. Yet the timing, now, could not be more convenient.
The facts on the ground, after the latest ground-breaking Russia-brokered deal between the Turks and the Syrian Kurds, graphically spell out the slow but sure restoration of Syria’s territorial integrity. There will be no balkanization of Syria. The last remaining pocket to be cleared of jihadis is Irbil.
And then, there’s the oil question. The “died as a dog” movie literally buries – at least for now – an extremely embarrassing story: the Pentagon deploying tanks to “protect” Syrian oilfields. This is as illegal, by any possible interpretation of international law, as is, for that matter, the very presence in Syria of US troops, which were never invited by the government in Damascus."
 "More Holes in Trump’s Claims About Alleged Killing of ISIS Leader Al-Baghdadi" (Lendman).

"Al-Baghadi and the U.S. Special Ops Raid. Hurras al-Din Regrouping of Islamic State in Syria’s Idlib?" (Sadiq) (yes, it is worth noting, but is hardly even mentioned!):
"It’s worth noting that rather than fighting the Islamic State, the purpose of continued presence of the US forces at al-Tanf military base is to address Israel’s concerns regarding the expansion of Iran’s influence in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon."
Trump couldn't even be bothered to have the Chief Conspiracy Script Writer at the CIA write a new story:  "Hasty "Burial At Sea" & Other Baghdadi Raid Details Eerily Parallel To Bin Laden Death Mythology" (Durden).  "The Hero Dog’s Name is Still Classified!" (Anglin).

"WaPo Changes Al-Baghdadi Headline Several Times Amid 'Religious Scholar' Debacle" (Durden).

It appears that American authorities have decided to polish Blumenthal's reputation: "Will phony assault charge intimidate Grayzone editor? Unlikely." (Wilson).

"An Imperfect Bit of Statecraft" (Giraldi).  Essentially describing the Great Shekel Airlift of 2019.

"Slide In Life Expectancy For American Men Continues Amid Spike In "Deaths Of Despair"" (Durden).

"The communications equipment in Trump's Situation Room photo" (Electrospaces.net).  Even if you are not into phone porn, read through to the section 'Was the photo staged?', which connects directly to the fraudulence of the 'kill'.

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Mass insecurity

American 'protection' from terrorism inevitably brings more terrorism:  "Russia-Africa "Shared Vision 2030": Alternative To Neo-Colonial Pillage" (Ehret) (the first sentence is messed up, but you get the drift):
"It is no secret that just as China began outpacing the Americans in African investment in 2007. Rather than acting intelligently to increase genuine infrastructure funding as the Chinese had done, the US Deep State not only continued its outdated debt-slavery practices, but created AFRICOM as a military arm across the continent. Ironically AFRICOM’s presence coincided with a doubling of militant Islamist activities since 2010 with 24 groups now identified (up from only 5 in 2010) and a 960% increase in violent attacks from 2009-2018. Just as western lending has caused a pandemic of slavery, so too has western security forces only spread mass insecurity."
"China 'Welcomes' Russia's Call for Persian Gulf Coalition as U.S. and Iran Back Rival Plans" (O'Connor).  "Collective Security in Persian Gulf: Can It Fly?" (Afrasiabi).  The Saudis are in a holding pattern right now (or worse), stuck as long as MbS's ego is on the line, but after the King dies will be ready for some sanity.

"Saudi visit signals Putin's growing Middle East influence" (Rothschilds).  But did Putin get to touch The Orb?

Monday, October 28, 2019

Thanks, Bashar!

"Harper: Truth About Syrian Oil" (my emphasis in red):
"As is usually the case in theaters of combat, reality on the ground differs widely from the sharp and clear lines that are presented to uninformed outside observers.  Good case in point is the state of Syrian oil.  I am told by a well-informed source that the Syrian Democratic Forces led by the Kurds have been selling much of the oil in northeast Syrian territory they controlled until recently to the Syrian National Oil Company--the Assad government.

Some of that oil has also been sold to the Turks, who may be in turn shipping it by tanker truck to Iran and the Iranian are shipping it on to North Korea.
"
and (he didn't have to put Syria on the list and it is a very striking inclusion):
"Noteworthy that President Trump thanked Russia, the Syrian Government, Turkey and Iraq for their help in the tracking and killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.  Questions:  What was the nature of the help?  Who gave overflight permission for the U.S. teams sent in to kill or capture al-Baghdadi.  Likely answers to these questions will remain classified for some time.  But again, it's worthwhile as a thought exercise to think through the operational requirements and details of this successful mission.  Was there a link between the Turkish assistance or silence and the lifting of sanctions announced just prior to the al-Baghdadi mission?"
See also: "Here's Why Trump's "Secure Syria's Oil" Plan Will Prove Practically Impossible". Trump's boast was just a Mega Group blackmail/bribery feint, as the Khazars are furious and he needed some raw meat to throw to them.

"US Tries to Reverse Syrian Fortunes with "Baghdadi Raid"" (Cartalucci).  Theater.

"Al-Baghdadi Raid is the US Empire “Creating Reality”" (Knightly) linking to "GOT HIM: ISIS Reports Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is Dead Following US Airstrikes" (Ford).  "UPDATE: Al Baghdadi has now been Killed THREE Times! What is this guy, a cat?" (Bacon).

"Turkey: Al Baghdadi and The Fly Theory" (Manaz).

Saturday, October 26, 2019

The faking of provenance

You have to wonder if it is a coincidence that this happens as the Pure Evil Khazar Mossad agent who ran the US Office of Sanctions For The Jews is leaving:  "US Eases Regulations On Iran Food & Medicine Sales To Help "The Iranian People"" (Durden).  Of course, there will be no real practical improvement out of this, as (((they))) in the Office of Sanctions For The Jews will block it, somehow.

"The Neoliberal Ghost of Pinochet Is Finally Being Exorcised from Chile" (Antonopoulos).  Having fuck all else left in their quiver, the Assholians continue to use color revolutions as their main method of regime change, most recently in Bolivia and Lebanon, but the problem is that the general idea of mass mobilization to improve the life of actual human beings, an idea originally from the real left before it was appropriated by phony Assholian 'activists' (yeah, I should say ((('activists'))), because that's who it is), has now reminded the real left that it can be used for real social change.  I think the Assholians are going to wish they didn't bring it up.

"Liberating Assange: A Woeful Lack of Leadership" (Burke).  I don't know if Assange is in on this - he might be, as a continuation of his plan to use the reaction to the leaking of secrets to weaken the hegemon, with the ultimate expression being the tensions created by the holding of Assange's body! - but it is clear that the e-x-t-r-e-m-e passivity of what passes for the Assange defense must be an actual strategy, one intended to have him sent to Assholia.  You might argue that the final result is inevitable given the extreme corruption in the British 'judicial' system - the judges themselves are so aware of it they can't even be bothered to hide their prejudice! - but it is surprising what good lawyering can achieve if it is applied mercilessly (note the many successes against impossible odds of American lawyers working to free the wrongly convicted).  Assange needs a bulldog like Kathleen Zellner rather than all these pantywaists.  All the talk about how sick he is, and the 'torture' he is receiving, seems to be part of this (and the whole thing seems to have been turned into a fund-raising program for WikiLeaks), but you know I'd really prefer to see some actual concrete legal steps taken in lieu of all the bloviating.

The CIA seemed to have been happy to leave Assange in the embassy, secure that he would be rendered irrelevant, until the relatively late release of the Vault 7 material drove them absolutely mad.  That material is still vitally important for understanding the PR wars of the hegemon, as it described the mechanics of how the CIA conducted electronic false-flag operations (vitally important, for example, in considering any 'evidence' proffered on supposed Russian interference, all of which is of course worthless as real evidence if you understand the true purport of Vault 7, which is all about the faking of provenance).

Friday, October 25, 2019

Damage control

"US to deploy more troops to eastern Syrian to secure oil fields".  "New War for Oil? Trump to Occupy Oil-Rich Syrian Province with Tank Corps, Asks for Kurdish Displacement There" (Cole).  Well, the shekels arrived in Washington (massive emergency airlift).  Still, the damage has been done, and this is just Khazar damage control and an attempt at reasserting dominance.  Some very good things were established:
  1. The Kurds have, hopefully, finally learned that their only future is in a Syrian state (if they head to the oil fields - very unlikely, but they've shown not a smidgen of sense in the past - they're fucked, and should be utterly wiped off the map immediately and without mercy);
  2. Erdoğan has proven he's not trying to create the New Ottoman Empire, will listen to reason, and appears to only want to safeguard his legitimate state interests;
  3. Putin has forcefully underlined the importance of the principle of complete Syrian state sovereignty, while demonstrating a world-leading flair for complex diplomacy;
  4. Trump has shown he still remembers what MAGA is, and that he will have to stop backtracking before the election if he wants any chance of winning (I think he'll have to vacate Syria, Iran, and Afghanistan completely to keep his 'base' voters, who have demonstrated again that they are paying attention to MAGA); and
  5. the Israelis have been effectively squeezed out of any decision-making process, and no longer call all the shots in the Middle East (the new irrelevancy of the Khazars is the big change).

Thursday, October 24, 2019

The Theory of Relative Zionist Corruption

There's a Theory of Relative Zionist Corruption which holds that the parties corrupted by Zionism, but less so, like Russia and Turkey (and of course, the completely uncorrupted China), will eventually prevail over the countries completely corrupted by Zionism, like Assholia and other Western countries.  Winning requires some big gambles, like letting the Turks temporarily overrun Syria to take out the Kurds, who are a traditional Zionist playing piece, but it is clear the Russians had an overarching Syrian sovereignty plan, and executed the diplomacy perfectly.

The Theory of Relative Zionist Corruption is connected to the Crooke theory that the Khazar-domination of Israel is now being used as a hostage to push the hegemon around.  The Assholians are now on their back foot, having to make all plans contingent on protecting the Khazar domination (the Mega Group blackmail and bribery is still in full force and effect, proven by the failure to do anything but stall on Epstein and stall on apprehending any other pedo-conspirators, especially Maxwell).

Trump, by facilitating the Russian plan, has come out of this rather well, with the proviso that the blackmail/bribery has made him equivocate on the main MAGA goal of removing all American troops (and just assuming they could move to Iraq is Peak Asshole, don't you think?).

"Russia and Turkey Struck a Game-Changing Deal on Syria and Beyond" (Kulikov).

"Mission creep" (Robinson).  Comments much stronger than the article.

"Trump seeks grand bargain with Erdogan" (Bhadrakumar).  I'm afraid this is way too optimistic, and any negotiations would be, of course, hijacked by the Israelis and their baffling (well, shekel bribes to Kurdish leaders) influence on the hapless Kurds.  It is amusing to continue to tally up the cases of the Assholians taking credit for an improvement they have just finished moving heaven and earth to attempt to thwart!

I'm not saying the Syrian government is all sweetness and light, but The Guardian continues to be a parody of a media outlet, taking the very time of a huge Zionist/Assholian loss to remind us of a rehash of fraudulent 'journalism' from 2013:  "Syrian regime inflicts 72 forms of torture on prisoners, report finds" (Safi).

I look forward to players like Russia and China continuing to exploit the American weakness caused by the Mega Group corruption.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Real deal of the century

Will that rascal Putin ever stop being such a rascal?:  "Lira Jumps On Reports Of Turkish Deal With Russia Over Northern Syria "Safe Zone"" (Durden).

"2019 Canadian Federal Election Results*".  Each one of the little jigsaw pieces is a Canadian 'riding', or seat in Parliament, and this depiction removes the issues in understanding caused by the massive differences in population density across the country (basically, Canadians all live in a little band pressed up against the American border, and most of the vast land mass is essentially uninhabited).  See how many little squares are in City of Toronto and Greater Toronto?  The Liberals basically cleared the table around Toronto, and that's how they won.  The main reason they did so well is that the current Conservative premier of Ontario, Doug Ford, is the most hated man in the province, and the Liberals correctly noted that the federal Conservatives planned to destroy the entire country in the same way that Ford has destroyed Ontario (all to gather tax 'savings' to form the PR basis for a massive tax cut for the 1%, again exactly like the federal Conservatives planned to do - did I mention that the entire Conservative platform was a steaming pile of shit that no sane person in the 99% could possibly have voted for?).  They knew this would be a problem, and had Ford prorogue the Ontario legislature six months before the federal election so Ontarians would have forgotten about him, but it didn't work (still, the Conservatives got more votes in total across the country than the Liberals).

Another thing about Assange.  Leaving aside the fact that this whole tottering edifice of American overreach is based on a CIA asset setting up a phony 'rape' which could be fed into the almost completely corrupt Swedish judicial system, the deepest wrongdoing is that Moreno had no right to 'revoke' the diplomatic asylum (he did so for what amounts to the bribe of an IMF loan, and God knows what personal bribes, and seems to have acknowledged the problem by coming up with the feces on the wall story), and therefore the British police who seized him had no right to do so, and that alone should, in a non-corrupt system, buy you a writ of habeas corpus from a Court of Equity.

Results

The (((media))) have consistently been telling us that Morales was going to lose, not win in what amounts to a landslide (followed by the ubiquitous color revolution whinging):  "Bolivia's election sparks protest as rivals clash over results" (Rothschild).

Best possible result in Canada, a Liberal minority.  A nudge for the Liberals to the left (as they will need the NDP to pass legislation), a slap on the wrist for too-full-of-himself Justin, all while keeping the Conservatives - their leader Sheer literally spent the whole campaign lying, while his plotters pulled out every dirty trick imaginable, and the Conservative policies were across-the-board reprehensible - far away from power.  Yet another beautiful example of what you can achieve with first-past-the-post voting.  Btw, the election was decided in the Liberals almost sweeping all the seats in and around Toronto.

I don't understand the Assange travesty.  The US is as usual illegally attempting to give its laws universal application around the world through aggressive over-charging and extremely aggressive use of extradition laws (in the long run, if this aggression doesn't stop, countries are going to have to back out of all extradition laws with the US).  All these extradition laws have a 'political' exception, which clearly applies here, but it appears the understanding is that the entire British judiciary is so utterly corrupt that the actual wording of the British law is irrelevant. If the Yanks want him the Yanks shall have him, British law be damned.  Assange and his council appear to be waiting to be ground up by the extradition meat-grinding machine.  If this were happening in the US, I'm sure aggressive counsel would be immediately heading to another judge, thought to be less corrupt and more aware of the law, for a writ of habeus corpus directed at Assange's jailer (once granted, bum rush the jail, writ in hand, grab him with threats of contempt of court to anyone who ties to interfere, and get him on a private plane before anybody can react).  If British judges are all hopeless, there is still a European Court of Justice and a European Court of Human Rights.  If this extreme passivity of the defense is a strategy, I don't agree with it, as the Americans will yoink him off immediately once the corrupt judge signs off, leaving no chance for more aggressive lawyering.

Monday, October 21, 2019

Perpetual enemies

"The Tory Parliamentary Struggle to Preserve English National Identity, 1753–1858, Parts I and II" (Bardemu).

It is globo-homo-Rothschild-o versus the British people, (((Letwin))) on Saturday, (((Bercow))) on Monday (not to mention all the Labour (((traitors))) who have gelded Corbyn with their 'anti-Semitism' campaign):  "UK Parliament Speaker Bercow Blocks New Vote On Johnson's Brexit Deal" (Durden).

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption

Paid-off pieces of shit win another one:  tweet (Scott Ritter) (of course, imperial decline of this rapidity will be littered with examples of the empire unable to obtain factual information on which to make smart decisions due to its own agents running interference):
"Professor Postol first appeared on my radar in 1992, when he questioned the performance of the Patriot missile during the Gulf War. He was right to challenge conventional wisdom then, as he is right to do so about Syria today. This is a sad day for those who search for truth."
I'm always surprised when the truth breaks out, if only for a moment.  "‘Queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption’: Tulsi Gabbard DRAGS Hillary Clinton after ‘Russian asset’ claim".  "Twitter War Breaks Out Between "Russian Asset" Tulsi Gabbard And "Warmongering Queen" Hillary Clinton" (Durden).  "Hillary Clinton slanders Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Green Party candidate Jill Stein as Russian spies" (Damon).  The Tweet.  The latest Clintonista fear is that Tulsi will make a third-party run allowing Trump to win as she drains all the non-psychopath/non-retard Democrat votes from Her Majesty Herself (it's looking increasingly likely that Clinton will enter the race to save the world from Trump and the discouraging crop of front-running Democrat nominees, with some already noting that Warren is a terrible candidate to put up against Trump).  Just when you thought the Clintonistas couldn't possible be more evil and stupid:  "Tulsi Fires Back And Proves Hillary Clinton's Tweet Correct" (Belle).

"No Inquest for Dawn Sturgess" (Murray).

This could be a earth-shattering day in the history of democracy, or not.  "Why the Letwin amendment kills Boris Johnson's momentum" (McGee).  Every single fucking time!:  ((("Oliver Letwin"))).  Britain actually has a relatively tiny population of Khazars, but you wouldn't know it given all the damage they cause.

"Trump’s Syria withdrawal is ‘disaster’ for Israel, leaving it on its own against Iran, supporters say" (Weiss).  This actually has no effect on the relative safety of the Jews - they just have to stifle their desire to kill people and steal land enough not to trigger a defensive reaction from Hezbollah (oh, and what do you know, Lebanon has a color revolution!).  What's important is that this is the first time in years any American President has attempted to throw off the shackles of Khazar oppression, parasitism and enslavement, and apparently, with the help of clever Russian diplomacy, has gotten away with it.  What happens if the goyim start taking freedom from parasitism as a precedent?

Added: tweets by Kevin Gosztola; tweet (Zaid Jilani):
"If you're wondering why Hillary Clinton decided to start a news cycle based off of seemingly irrelevant 2016 beefs, there might just be a story she was trying to distract from"

Friday, October 18, 2019

Looney-tunes conspiracy theory

Marshall 'unpacks' what he thinks is the looney-tunes conspiracy theory held by the deplorables:
". . . the Seth Rich/DNC Server conspiracy theory which holds the following …

Not only did Donald Trump not collude with Russia during the 2016 campaign. Russia didn’t even interfere in the election at all. Both were framed by a conspiracy between Ukraine and the DNC. The server is the DNC server that the Russians hacked. It’s ‘missing’, so the conspiracy theory goes, because a cybersecurity firm called Crowdstrike was part of the conspiracy and they made it look like the Russians had hacked the servers when in fact it was an inside job by a disgruntled DNC employee. And which employee? Seth Rich.

You probably know this whole story, Russian propaganda channels and Wikileaks latched on to the idea that Rich, who all evidence suggests died the victim of a random street crime, was the disgruntled leaker and that he was later murdered by Democrats or people associated with the Clintons as part of the conspiracy.

That is what this is about: Russia and Trump were framed. The real election interference was a conspiracy between the DNC and Ukraine. That was why the White House held up military aid. And if there’s any question that this was an offhand remark by Mulvaney, remember: Trump explicitly invoked the “Crowdstrike server” in his call with Zelensky. That is what this is about."
The striking thing is that this 'conspiracy theory' is true, and the big issues aren't even debatable (I don't know where the Clinton server is, or how Trump got the idea it was in Ukraine, but its location is not an important part of the story).  The earliest attacks on Trump, going back to the formulation of the pee tape, originated with Ukrainian intelligence, and later additions to the anti-Trump conspiracy were spread with the help of CrowdStrike and the Chalupa sisters and the Atlantic Council, all with strong Ukrainian and anti-Russian/Putin connections.  All the overseas actors in this farce on both sides are either Ukrainian or from some non-Russia part of the USSR, all likely to be anti-Russian, yet all are invariably described by the Clintonistas and the (((media))) as 'Russians'.  Even better, every player is a Khazar, and is either an out-and-out gangster, or very close to organized crime.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Facts on the ground

"New Developments in the Skripal Case Reveal it for the Sham it Always Was." (O'Neill).  "Skripal Update – English Coroner Runs out of Legal Camouflage, and Genuine Evidence, for Postponing Inquest into Dawn Sturgess Death; Spokesman Attempts Lying to Press" (Helmer).  When you reflect on the fact the coroner's hearing would have been entirely crooked, and fixed, you really have to wonder how terrified they must be of the contradictions in the Official Story.

"Trump Talks To Putin. But How?" (The Automatic Earth).  Of course he doesn't talk to Putin.  As we know, any such conversation would be heard by any number of traitors, who would immediately leak it (the only time he can freely talk to Putin is when he can meet him in those rare international conferences when he can clear the room of Khazar and Deep State spies).  The beauty of the Syrian gambit is that he did not have to talk to Putin.  If he remained true to MAGA and to the actual national interests of the United States, and talked to Erdoğan (who has obviously been talking to Putin), everything would just fall into place.

The whole key to the fine art of Khazar management is to establish 'facts on the ground' which can't be reversed.  In this case, it was the Turkish invasion of Syria.  At that point, the shrieks and wails of every Khazar in the world, crying for Yinon - that's the dreadful noise you are hearing! - are pointless, and wonderful things can start to happen.  Diplomats should bear this in mind for future world improving.  While the Mega Group blackmail and bribery of Western politicians and bureaucrats - and even the complete capture by actual Mossad agents of key parts of the American government bureaucracy - makes things look hopeless, there are clever workarounds available.

It is fun to laugh, but there is something of vital importance here:  "Wanna see how fast the US forces ran from northern Syria?" (The Saker). Had Trump given any heads-up to the Pentagon, even a hint, the calls would have been made to the head office in Tel Aviv, the (((media))) would have been mobilized, and the whole MAGA plan scuppered.

Ha!:  "Russia, Damascus Ensure Safe Pullout of Foreign Troops From Syria's North-East".

Trump reacted badly to the Zio-traitors, basically all of official Washington, who really demonstrated, yet again how much they love those sweet, sweet shekels (and/or, not being outed as the worst kind of perverts).

"And now, a message from our wannabe masters about Syria" (The Saker).

"Winners and Losers in the Turkish attack on Kurds in Syria (part 1of 3)" and "Winners and Losers in the Turkish attack on Kurds in Syria? Part 2 of 3" (Magnier).

"Docs Show Navy Got 'UFO' Patent Granted By Warning Of Similar Chinese Tech Advances" (Tingley/Rogoway).  Have you noticed we are suddenly in another spurt of 'UFO' reports, and discussion of 'aliens' (not to mention the bizarre 'Area 51' stunt)?  This is because the Americans suddenly realized that both China and Russia have leapfrogged over not only the current generation of American procurement - utterly corrupt, explaining the incompetence - but the next generation as well.  Sudden Pentagon panic means increasing need for testing, and these tests, which are sometimes seen by civilians, have traditionally, going back to Cold War testing, been covered over by the Pentagon with little green men.

This is quite something, even by the standards of panicked Khazars and their (((media))):  tweet (Carpe Donktum) (see also)!:
"Yesterday @ABC said that the following was a "mistake" - Using footage from a Kentucky Gun Range - Digitally stabilizing the video - Applying an exposure filter to make it darker - Cropping out the American spectators - Applying a Grain filter to make it seem lower quality"
Even by the smelly standards of stinktanks and corrupt officials, the Atlantic Council and the Biden family are remarkably fragrant: "DC’s Atlantic Council Raked in Funding from Hunter Biden’s Corruption-Stained Ukrainian Employer While Courting His VP Father" (Blumenthal).

More good news! - Labour is finally (!) starting to take out the trash:  "Local parties move against two Labour Friends of Israel MPs" (Winstanley). One way or another, the only way to avoid disaster is a Judenfrei, shekel-free, party!  (((They))) brought this on themselves (as always).  It may be too late, with the fatal Khazar damage already done (they seem to have driven the decent Corbyn stark raving mad), for if Boris somehow manages to force Brexit by the globalists, he will go down as one of the greatest British politicians in history, and will deserve reelection.

"Today's Blind Items - Piecing It Together" (CDaN).  Musk is strategically important, so Jizzlaine got her hooks in.  It is nothing short of a miracle that he has not moved all operations to Israel.  Btw, where is she?  Maybe she is shacked up with the similarly mysteriously missing - and impossible to find! - Misfud.

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Holiday diplomacy

"It’s curtains for US in Syria. Russia, Iran owe big thanks to Erdogan" (Bhadrakumar).

"The Russian Masterpiece in Syria: Everyone Wins" (Pieraccini).

I forgot to mention the vital importance of doing this diplomacy before and through the Jewish holidays, with the Khazar over-confidence leading them to believe they could leave the farm animals un-herded for a few days.  Big mistake!

You have to love the fact that the set-up was so complete there are actually Russian troops on the ground, ensuring there won't be any accidental contact between the Turks and the SAA that might get out of hand.  The seamless transfer of control from the Americans to the Russians proves that Trump was in on the whole plan.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Severed head of a cat

"These Scrubbed Reports Reveal New Secrets Into the Prince Andrew-Jeffrey Epstein Relationship" (Webb).  The 'journalists' who write about the Royals in Britain have a peculiar job, in some cases being more honest than you would think they would be as they appear to be sending warnings directly to the Queen about what her crazy family might be doing behind her back.  They were completely on top of what was really going on almost ten years before anybody in the States could be bothered to notice (it is funny that Epstein seems to have been involved in the Sisyphean enterprise of getting Fergie out of her financial difficulties).  See also how Epstein was called a 'property developer' before his legend was amended to simply make him a 'financial genius':
"Another article in the Evening Standard refers to Epstein as a “property mogul.” Several other articles — such as a 2000 article from Australia’s Sunday Mail, a 1995 article from Australia’s Sun Herald, and a 1995 article from the U.K.’s Mail on Sunday — also refer to Epstein as chiefly a “property developer.” Interestingly, references to Epstein as a property developer continued to occur (though less frequently) after his first arrest in 2007 and then again after his recent arrest this past July, yet oddly only in non-U.S. newspapers. Another article states that Ghislaine Maxwell had sold property on Epstein’s behalf and was also involved in the New York real estate market.
While several articles in the early 2000s describe Epstein as both “property developer” and “financier,” even earlier articles about Epstein refer to him exclusively as a “property developer.” For instance, the 1992 article in the Mail on Sunday cited above referred to Epstein as “a shadowy, almost maverick New York property developer” and noted that, even then, Epstein appeared “to have an inexhaustible supply of money and yet no one seems able to answer the question of precisely what the source.”
As will be revealed in an upcoming MintPress investigative series, these references allude to Epstein’s shady business activities in the New York and Palm Beach real estate markets from the mid-1980s to the late-1990s that were used to launder massive amounts of money for organized crime and intelligence. It is likely for this reason that Epstein’s real estate activities during this period have been so deliberately ignored by the U.S. press, even though other aspects of his financial activities were heavily scrutinized in recent months.
Indeed, in examining Epstein’s involvement in real estate markets, particularly in New York, it becomes clear that those activities have no shortage of controversial tie-ins to the current U.S. presidential administration as well as major New York power players involved in suspect financial activity immediately prior to the September 11 attacks as well as the 2008 financial crisis. All of those connections and more will be explored in MintPress’ upcoming investigative series on the financial crimes of Jeffrey Epstein and their broader implications."
Tweet (Felix Salmon) (also):
"Nothing to see here, just Jes Staley, Bill Gates, and @LHSummers palling around with Jeffrey Epstein at Epstein’s mansion post-conviction nytimes.com/2019/10/12/bus"
"Bill Gates Was Much Closer To Jeffrey Epstein Than He Initially Let On" (Durden).
 
"Jeffrey Epstein’s history of Jewish giving" (Spiro). Those institutions which take the dirty money claiming that money is just money don't take into account the fact that people like Epstein use the power of philanthropy to enable their crimes.  In fact, a large part of the Epstein legend was manufactured by the Mossad using just such donations, which allowed him admission or re-admission into the social circles which gave him access to the men he needed to blackmail.

"The Epstein scandal at MIT shows the moral bankruptcy of techno-elites" (Morozov).  "The Moral Rot of the MIT Media Lab" (Peters).

"Jeffrey Epstein, My Very, Very Sick Pal" (Nally).  Bizarre, repetitious interview with Stuart Pivar, who appears to have the standard Khazar view of the situation (see also, Dersh), consenting trollops, but problematic at an 'industrial scale'. It is rare to see somebody admitting that Epstein was no 'genius', and that it was obvious to everybody, even to his brainiac pals who still can't stop gushing over how smart he was/is.

"Jeffrey Epstein and Steven Pinker" (Alexis).

"A Dead Cat, A Lawyer's Call And A 5-Figure Donation: How Media Fell Short On Epstein" (Folkenflik).  Donations to charities close to 'journalists', bullets and cat heads, a call from Dersh, thus was derailed American journalism on Epstein.  Is a call from Dersh more or less frightening than a severed cat head?  "When retiring Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter pretended he was Jewish".

Getting to here from there

An American President can't order the withdrawal of US troops from a place that it to be Yinonized.  He just can't.  It does not matter how great it would make America.  Trump has tried and the bureaucracy and (((media))) ignore him.  If he decided to be brave and bluster through, the Mega Group would remind him of the blackmail material, and that would be the end of that.

He needs help.  He needs something that he can tell the ((('donors'))) was beyond his control.  Enter Erdoğan, and that rascal Putin.  Erdoğan insists to Trump that the Syrian Kurds represent an 'existential threat' to Turkey, and he has to remove them, and no threat Trump can possibly make will shake his resolve.  Thus, Trump can either say no, and have the hegemon embarrassed when
Erdoğan invades anyway (leading to the loss of Turkey from NATO, and the loss of that airforce base, and perhaps even those nukes!), or agree, as the gracious hegemon, to 'allow' Turkey to do what it wants.

Once it happens, the Khazars explode, with Trump explaining that he had no choice, and the Khazars insisting on ridiculous Sanctions For The Jews in order to try to reassert some of the standard Khazar control on the Presidency.

In the background, of course, is that rascal Putin, and his crack team of super-diplomats.  He wants to get to a place where Turkey is still great friends with Russia, the Assholes have retreated from Syria, Syria has all its territorial integrity - the Russian promise of that to Syria is part of the Russian brand of always being a straight-shooter and honest ally, something for other potential and current Russian allies to see - and the Kurds give up their dangerous plans for statehood (which would mess with Syria, Iran, Iraq and Turkey).  Thus, a convoluted plan:
  1. Turkish invasion;
  2. Kurds finally scared into negotiating with Syria, something they should have done years ago, but which required an actual Turkish invasion to achieve;
  3. Syrian army moves immediately (as they knew this was coming!) into Syian Kurdistan;
  4. Americans leave, agreeing in effect to being replaced by Syrian Arab Army, and even assisting in the transition (this is Holocaust-level rebellion by the American slaves against their Khazar masters)!!!;
  5. presumably, after some feints and minor conflict, Turkey withdraws leaving SAA in control;
  6. leaving the issue of just how much ethnic cleansing - the term is tricky, as the Kurds have themselves been guilty of a lot of ethnic cleansing the other way to obtain their 'homeland' - the Turks are allowed to get away with in replacing Kurds with Sunni refugees now being stored in Turkey (Europe will want to see this, as otherwise Erdoğan will send them to Europe, and many of them are crazed Islamist terrorists of the worst kind).
Diplomacy in the age of Mega Group blackmail is like a (((Rube Goldberg))) machine, as you can never get here directly from there.

Sunday, October 13, 2019

MAGA

Tweet (Face The Nation):
"BREAKING: .@EsperDOD confirms that roughly 1,000 U.S. troops will be evacuating from northern Syria after latest Trump policy announcement in a "deliberate withdrawal.""
Tweet (Ragıp Soylu):
"Pro-Assad regime media report says Assad forces will enter Syria’s Manbij and Kobani in 48 hours. This is in line with SecDef Esper’s statement today that SDF/YPG is cutting deal with Assad and Iran to protect themselves"

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Deterring further warfare since 1776

More optimism:  "A Turkish-Russian entente cordiale in the making" (Bhadrakumar):
"In a little-noticed development last Tuesday — precisely, during the 36-hour interregnum between Trump’s announcement of troop withdrawal from Syria and the Turkish incursion into northern Syria — the Russian Finance Ministry announced that Moscow and Ankara have inked an agreement on using Russian rubles and Turkish lira in mutual payments and settlements. The RT reported that the agreement aims for “further expansion and strengthening of interbank interaction, as well as ensuring uninterrupted payments between business entities of the two countries.” 
Plainly put, Moscow and Ankara have created a firewall against possible US and/or Western sanctions against Turkey in future. 
The RT explained that the new Turkish-Russian payment system will connect Turkish banks and companies to the Russian analogue of the SWIFT payment network, “while enhancing the infrastructure in Turkey that would allow using Russian MIR payment cards, designed by Moscow as an alternative to MasterCard and VISA.” 
The report underlined, “The new agreement is part of the two nations’ push to cut their reliance on the US dollar… Erdogan announced last year plans to end the US dollar monopoly via a new policy that is aimed at non-dollar trading with the country’s international partners.” 
The agreement with Turkey becomes the newest template in President Putin’s ambitious project to get rid of the US dollar in Russia’s foreign trade."
As usual, thanks to the Mega Group blackmail and the Deep State, Trump's noble attempt, yet again, to get out of a War For The Jews didn't happen, and as punishment for dissing their Khazar masters the Assholes had to send a bunch more troops to Saudi Arabia, where I guess they will wait around hoping to be killed by a stray missile that Pompeo can lie about and say was Iranian:  "2,000 More American Troops to Saudi to Defend Saudi Arabia’s Democracy or Whatever"(Anglin) and "Trump Brings Troops Back Home To Saudi Arabia" (Moon).

Apparently not only did Trump not get to remove American troops, he was even prohibited by his Khazar masters from moving them out of harm's way:  "Turkey Shells position of US Special Forces in Syria, almost Provokes Firefight" (Cole). The only way out of the vicious Khazar yoke is the end of Israel itself.  "And now, a short message from our wannabe masters".

"Is Trump’s Syria Withdrawal Gambit an Anti-Impeachment Card? How Trump Uses This to Win in 2020" (Flores) (but it is not at all clear that Trump wants the Democrats to stop, especially as they continue to effectively take down Biden):
"This is far from a mere distraction, and has a far deeper meaning, motivation, and possible outcome. At least two times during Trump’s presidency, he has announced some curtailment of the US efforts in Syria, declaring that the US had succeeded in defeating the real threat of ISIS.
This threat of ISIS, incidentally, was the stated aim of the US involvement in Syria under the Obama administration. It was only after a few years by way of the slippery-slope of mission creep that this involvement began to openly declare the overthrow of the decidedly anti-terrorist administration of Bashar al-Assad as its ‘real’ primary aim. Trump’s move to ‘declare victory and go home’, a declaration that was in reality made possible by the Russian aerial campaign, was nevertheless met with some significant push-back.
And this push-back, both times, came in the form of moves from House Democrats to start impeachment proceedings. These calls for impeachment, for various and apparently random ‘whatevers’, all long before the final findings of Mueller which seem to have exonerated Trump, had their intended effect.
Yes, both times Trump was forced to continue the US misadventure in Syria, and after he reversed his de facto position on the matter, both times indeed, impeachment proceedings magically disappeared.
To wit, after the 2017 Shayrat missile strike which Trump ordered to ward of impeachment threats, the infamously anti-Trump CNN declared that Trump was finally acting like a real US president [Insert wise comment here that in America, being presidential has to involve bombing people or things in the eyes of liberal establishment media].
Trump doesn’t forget those times he had his nose rubbed in it, as Democrats threatened to work with never-Trump Republicans in the pockets of AIPAC and the Military Industrial Complex, and the so-called intelligence community [something something deep state ], to frustrate his proposed policy changes. Along with appeasing these directly through his de-facto reversal on Syria withdrawal, he ramped up sanctions on Iran to appease AIPAC and even moved to out-do his predecessor on military funding – all within a geopolitical environment that sees Trump calling on European partners to ‘finally’ do their part to finance NATO."
"NEWSWEEK: White Child's Rightful Nobel Peace Prize Was Corruptly Given Instead To An African Leader Who Merely, You Know, Made Peace" (Sailer).

Tweet (Haliburton Dinner Jacket) (note that The Clarification, the simple fact that Assholia has always behaved like assholes, even, if you can believe it, before Trump clarified things, is completely lost on most Assholians, who still think all they do is bring sweetness and light to the world):
"The US Empire. Deterring further warfare since 1776."
I think Warren has got one of those things going on that often happens to people who grew up under extreme abuse, where they create a much better fantasy world for themselves, and completely believe it to be true.  This seems quite common in politicians, and explains how she can unabashedly make statements which are completely bonkers on the face of it.  It's a kind of mental illness.  "Elizabeth Warren Information".  Of course, the entire Pretendian grift was highly calculated for career advancement, but she seems to honestly believe all the lies she has told.

"Massachusetts activists defeated an unconstitutional anti-BDS bill last year. It’s back anyway." (Arria).  Haven't we yet noticed that the Khazars never give up, and keep pounding away until they get everything they want?  See also this amazing story: "Reality Check: Chris Williamson WON his legal challenge" (Knightly).

Tweet (The Full Brexit):
"As early as the 1980s, Tony Benn could see how EU membership was destroying representative democracy. This slow-burning crisis led to Brexit. Now democracy hangs in the balance. #ForTheManyNotTheEU"
As with #Russiagate, #Ukrainegate is essentially #KhazarGangsterGate, but you won't see that referenced in any of the (((media))).

"Bret Stephens Backs Out of Bedbug Debate" (Feinberg):
"New York Times opinion columnist and man who thinks it’s deeply important to engage in open debate Bret Stephens has backed out of an upcoming scheduled event at George Washington University, where he was set to discuss civil discourse online with professor Dave Karpf. The discussion would have put a bow on a highly public back-and-forth Stephens instigated a month and a half ago, but at the last minute, Stephens insisted that the event be closed to the public. When Karpf disagreed, Stephens pulled out entirely."

Friday, October 11, 2019

The Equivalence

"An Expansionist State? Did Israel ever have any intention of honoring either the 1947 Partition Plan or 1967 borders?" (Suárez) (read the whole thing, as it is a completely damning indictment of the Khazars, point by point, and explains everything, including the oddity that the Khazars have currently painted themselves into a corner through their inability to accept anything less than everything they originally intended to steal):
"Jerusalem remained Israel’s most urgent concern. Whereas land under “Arab” rule could eventually be usurped, a Jerusalem administered by the UN might not. And so when UN Mediator Count Folke Bernadotte composed a new plan for peace in the autumn of 1948, the terror gang Lehi warned him against a “non-Jewish administration” there. However, Bernadotte kept Resolution 181’s international zone, and the next day Lehi, under future Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, assassinated him."
"Why Trump Is Facing Impeachment" (Harris):
"Upon occupying the Oval Office, Trump not unexpectedly threw the working class under the bus with his tax cut for the rich and similar actions, which must have won him some brownie points from the owning class. But to date he has failed to start a new war. The last US president with a similar failing was the one-term Jimmy Carter. And now Trump is showing insufficient enthusiasm for continuing the war in Syria and possibly even a closet aversion to starting World War III with nuclear-armed Russia. These may be impeachable offenses in the estimation of parts of the ruling class.
David R. Sanger, writing in the October 7 New York Times, represents “liberal” establishment views in support of US imperialism: “Mr. Trump’s sudden abandonment of the Kurds was another example of the independent, parallel foreign policy he has run from the White House, which has largely abandoned the elaborate systems created since President Harry Truman’s day to think ahead about the potential costs and benefits of presidential decisions.”
There you have it. Trump is accused of having an “independent” foreign policy, emanating out of his office of all places, even though he is the elected President of the US and the one charged with executing foreign policy.
Who is Trump “independent” from? It’s not the US citizenry according to the Times. As the article points out: “Mr. Trump sensed that many Americans share his view – and polls show he is right… Mr. Trump has correctly read the American people who, after Iraq and Afghanistan, also have a deep distaste for forever wars.”
So, who might Trump have betrayed? According to the article, it’s “circumventing the American generals and diplomats who sing the praises of maintaining the traditional American forward presence around the world.” This is whom his alleged crime of independence is against. They fear Trump could “abandon” the post-war imperial consensus.
Note that the Times, as reflective of current ruling class ideology, no longer bothers to justify the dictates of the world’s sole hegemon as a crusade against the current evil, be it communism or terrorism. Simply, the imperial state must be supported. Hence, Trump’s view that “acting as the world’s policeman was too expensive” or his tweet, “time for us to get out,” have become grounds for impeachment."
"CIA "Whistleblower" Said To Have Worked With Biden When He Was VP" (Durden):
"So, to clarify, a registered Democrat on the CIA payroll, who previously worked with VP Joe Biden, went to Adam Schiff's committee, who referred him to a Democratic operative attorney, who helped him file a whistleblower complaint about Trump attempting to uncover Biden's corruption, on a form which was altered to allow second-hand information."
"Former US-Backed Rebel Leader Now Spearheading Attack On US-Backed Syrian Kurds":
"The Turkish-backed Syrian National Army (SNA), comprised of former 'Free Syrian Army' (FSA) and Syrian al-Qaeda linked militants (and likely former ISIS members) — now spearheading the ground invasion  have reportedly captured at least two towns after pushing south from the Turkish border.
Underscoring the absurd contractions of Washington's Syria policy over the course of the past seven years of proxy war, the pro-Turkish Syrian National Army rebels are actually led by Salim Idris (among two other top commanders), the former Chief of Staff of the Supreme Military Council of the FSA. 

During the early years of the conflict in Syria, when the US was supporting an anti-Assad insurgency in pursuit of regime change, Idris was the "US man in Syria" among other top FSA leaders.
This means America's former top "rebel" leader is now leading an invasion force against America's current Kurdish partners (the SDF) with NATO ally Turkey's support."
Comment by vot tak - robust, i.e., honest, use of vocabulary, the kind of thing we should see everywhere! - to the anodyne South Front analysis of the Turkish attack (this may explain why Putin is rather relaxed about this, and Netanyahu is not, and Trump's rhetoric is pointedly against Wars For The Jews):
"Useful report, but should be considered a very partial analysis. Cursory.
“and facilitate return of Syrian refugees to their homes.”
Actually, Turkey plans to build many new towns and villages for the Syrian refugees currently in Turkey in this border zone they are pushing the kurd proxies from. Both RT and Sputnik have covered this. The Turks are planning to spend some $27 billion on this massive infrastructure development, according to what I read from those 2 news sources.
This is very interesting and curious Turk undertaking. Turkey keeps saying they respect Syrian territorial integrity, they have been very consistent in that. Now they are occupying parts of Idlib and soon a 20k wide section of Syria. Contradictory, no?
Let’s look at the reaction to the Turkish invasion. Russia and Iran are rather laid back and calm, they are not particularly upset. Syria condemns it, as they do all Turk moves.
But what about the zionazified “west”? Pretty much all very hostile to Turkey. The israeli colonial trump likudites/neocons are not happy and getting ready to list Turkey as part of their “axis of evil” faggotry.
I don’t expect israel will allow Turkey to remain in nato very much longer. :-D
This is what I think is going down. The Turks are the best force to use to erradicate zionazi-nazi control zones in Syria, north Syria, anyway. Would usa/nato attack a fellow nato member? Not hardly. The israelis might, in desperation, but I think they will instead work to expell Turkey from nato. First.
Syria, Russia, Iran and Turkey worked out a strategy. The safe zone, and Turk infrastructure building can work to help Syria and Turkey both. Turkey wants a buffer between Kurds in Turkey and to move Syrian refugees back to Syria. I bet most of those refugees are not Kurdish. Turkey also owes a substantial debt to Syria for their role in destabilizing the country. Actually, it is in Syria’s interest to separate the Syrian Kurds away from the Turkish Kurds, as neither country wants their territory carved off for a kurdistan. Iran and Iraq, as well.
The israeli’s pindo and other nato colonies are left the choice of attacking a fellow nato member, or withdrawaling. This leaves their kurd proxies rather naked, and empowers those among their ranks of less quisling mores to push for Syrian unification and neutralization of the zionazi loyalists.
Once the zionazi element is neutralised, I think Turkey will withdraw from the Syrian territory."
One problem is that a lot of these 'refugees' in Turkey are just crazed Sunni terrorists that Turkey has been stockpiling to do mischief.  It remains to be seen if they are even capable of living in Syria in a civilized manner, or if they are just a time bomb of problems.

Syria and Ukraine:  tweets by Ollie Richardson.

More optimism:  "On the Geo-Politics of Turkish Incursion into Syria" (Sheikh).

This is stupid even by the degraded standards of CounterPunch:  "On the TrumpenLeft and False Equivalence" (Street).  It is perfectly reasonable, living in the real world, to think that not being in WWIII is better than being in WWIII (WWIII versus no WWIII is not a 'false equivalency'). Trump is not a particularly bad Republican President, nor would he have been a particularly bad Democrat President (and a lot of the claims that Trump is racist is just fairly obvious class hate of the 'deplorables').  The Clarification, which apparently isn't clarifying enough for some people, was all about emphasizing that Trump is the purest manifestation of the exemplar of an American President.  Not only is it untrue to suggest that he is so outside the norms that 'he doesn't represent us', he represents you so well you can't even bear to look at it (honestly, his main flaw as President as he allow his own personal morality to sometimes drift into the conversation, not something that you would ever see from Barry, except as a big phony - I'm serious!).  The American 'left' is so completely lost that this crap is what passes for wisdom.