Saturday, November 16, 2019

Questions

Thea Riofrancos thread on the 'lithium coup'.  As we've seen so often with Wars For The Jews, stealing a specific resource is almost never the reason for attempts at regime change, although it is often used as the imaginary benefit the neocons hold out to fool the goyim.  See also Trump's insistence on stealing the oil from Syria - likely just repeating something that Sheldon said in his threatening phone call insisting on Yinon - a theft which is practically problematic.  We don't need any explanations other that Morales was the most successful progressive politician in the world today, and was setting a terrible example.

"AP sources: Epstein jail guards had been offered plea deal".  Which they refused.

'Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself':  Assad!  "Gentleman Assad Absolutely DUNKS On Jeffrey Epstein Suicide Story" (Batty).  "Assad Goes Red Pill In Interview: Epstein, Bin Laden & Baghdadi 'Liquidated' As "They Knew Vital Secrets"" (Durden).  Makes perfect sense to remove witnesses who might want to share stories inconsistent with the Official Story.

"Who Was the Founder of the White Helmets? Was He Killed by the Islamic State (ISIS-Daesh)?" (Sadiq). Though the theory that Le Mesurier  was killed by ISIS for revealing the location of Baghdadi is inconsistent with the theory that Turkey always knew where he was, and revealed his location in return for Trump's agreeing to the Turkish invasion of Syria.

Tweet (trapdinawrpool):
"Freeland drives this government's foreign policy which has seen it not only offer support for right wing coups but at times be an active participant instead of the media calling this out they call for her to become deputy PM and opine that she is Trudeau's natural replacement"
"Canada, under the heavy influence of Zionist interest groups, is known to regularly draft an anti-Iran resolution every year."

"As Lula Emerges From Prison, US Media Ignore How Washington Helped Put Him There" (Mier). It's hilarious - and baffling - that the (((media))) has any credibility at all.

"The Worst-case Scenario In Lebanon: Civil War" (Magnier).  The saving grace for Lebanon from a color revolution coup is that any such action promoted by outside Zionist forces would only strengthen Hezbollah, exactly the opposite of what (((they))) want.

"Fireworks Erupt As Schiff Shields Questions Over Biden And Burisma" (Durden).  Note Solomon's fifteen questions at the end.  More questions:  "Impeachment Witness Questions" (Van Buren).

Tweet (Glenn Greenwald) (and Maté):
"It's complete bullshit to assert that the January, 2017 @politico article on DNC election cooperation/collusion with Ukraine is vague or poorly sourced. Everyone knows who the DNC agents were working with Ukrainian officials to get dirt on Trump and Manafort. And it worked:"
"The Brennan Dossier: All About a Prime Mover of Russiagate" (Maté).

"Trump Slams "Biggest Double Standard In History" After Roger Stone Found Guilty Of Lying" (Durden).  The convictions only work if you accept that Stone in fact had no privileged communication with WikiLeaks, and no access to the emails.  He was lying to give the Trump campaign some reason to pay for his services, and then, for reasons I don't understand (perhaps not willing to admit he lies to make himself more marketable), continued the lying when he was officially questioned.  I think that's why the usual gloating of the Clintonistas over his fate is a little muffled - his conviction is not consistent with the overarching Clintonista narrative of Russian meddling and that Assange stole the election from Killary for Trump.
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