Sunday, December 01, 2019

A very short Icelandic man named Steven

"Operation Condor 2.0: After Bolivia Coup, Trump Dubs Nicaragua ‘National Security Threat’ and Targets Mexico" (Norton).  I thought Abrams reaffirming his love of Guido was just Abrams embarrassing himself more, but then Trump weighed in, pulling Nicaragua back into the regime change plans, so it seems the Assholians have decided that the last hold outs to the color revolutions must be dealt with.  Sorositis in Mexico would be completely nuts, so I guess we can expect them to at least try for a coup.

"Nicaragua 1979-2019. History of the Sandinista Revolution" (Toussaint/Legrand).  You can see how ridiculous this is as these 'leftists' criticize Nicaragua for taking steps to survive the first onslaught of the Assholian/Soros attack.  Every time there is an American/Soros attack, the 'left' jumps up to claim that this would have never happened had the government been pure of Trotskyist/Leninist/Maoist spirit.

"Saudi Arabia: the Nixon Years" (Quixotic Joust) (more here):
"King Faisal bin Abdulariz was shot and killed in March 1975 by an estranged nephew, Prince Faisal bin Musaed bin Abdulaziz. By June 18 the nephew had been convicted and beheaded by Saudi leaders, who were quick to label him "deranged."

The 27-year-old assassin had lived in the United States from 1966 until 1973 while studying political science and obtaining a degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1971. He then moved to UC Berkeley for graduate studies. Called a "radical" by his Saudi countrymen, he had attempted unsuccessfully to convince Saudi Arabia to put an end to Islamic rule."
It appears the CIA got their hooks in the assassin when he was arrested for selling LSD.  Faisal had to go as he was a hard-liner on using oil as a weapon against oppression of the Palestinians, and had plans to secularize Saudi Arabia.

"Iranian opposition leader compares Supreme Leader to toppled Shah" (Rothschild).

The Poles are more moral than the French:  "Roman Polanski Cancels Lecture at Lodz Film School After Protests" (Kaplan).

"US Interventions in Canada – A Brief History" (Romanoff). This is the one that Durden fell for (keep reading - it gets crazier as you go!):  "Did A Trump Operative Taint Canadian Election With Foreign Interference?" (MacPherson).  Also not Putin:  "Researchers found evidence of Twitter troll activity in the last week of the federal election" (Rocha).

"The Anglo-American Origins of Color Revolutions & NED" (Ehret).  LaRouchianism is characterized by unnecessarily blaming the Brits for the sins of the Assholians, but you can read around it.

Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself:
  1. "In $200M battle over Brancusi sculpture, Philly arts patron fires back, citing rival’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein" (Roebuck);
  2. "Will The Epstein Story Ever be Fully Told?" (Rice, Jr.); 
  3. Bill Gates;
  4. "A Deeper Dive Into The Epstein-Dubin Wall Street Connection" (Durden) (Khazar billionaire Dubin has managed to stay under the radar); and
  5. "Epstein Tapes? Sordid Case Takes A Bizarre Turn After Mystery 'Hacker' Emerges" (Durden).
"Hunter Biden Admits It Was Poor Judgment To Be Involved With Corrupt Biden Family" (The Onion).
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