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'.
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