Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Empathy and joy

"Clintons Vacationed Extensively At Epstein's New Mexico 'Baby-Making Ranch': Report" (Durden).

It's good to laugh!:  tweet (Jennifer Rubin):
 "If empathy and joy determined presidential elections Harris would lap the field."
  1. we have Tulsi to thank for this wonderful development (it appears likely that Harris was the initial pick of the Democrat establishment, until Tulsi took her out with surgical precision); and
  2. I find these withdrawal speeches to be most enlightening, as the candidates try to talk around the fact that the real reason they have to withdraw is that the billionaires who 'invested' in the candidate - expecting a huge return in graft when the candidate wins - have decided to move their 'investment' money elsewhere, as there is no plausible path to the White House for the withdrawing candidate.
"No More Nice Dems" (O'Neill).  On the strategies of real progressives to re-take control of the Democrats.  If this makes any further progress, look for the Khazars to infiltrate it and make sure it is sabotaged.

"When Republicans Sound Just Like Putin" (Langum).  It is worth it to read the comments to dreck like this to get an idea of how profoundly crazy the Clintonistas actually are.  See "The Lessons of Russia’s Syrian Intervention for Washington and Brussels" (Hahn).

"Going to the ICJ: Myanmar, Genocide and Aung San Suu Kyi’s Gamble" (Kampmark).  The ICJ was never intended to protect Muslims!

"Russia-China Cooperation, The Power of Siberia Project, Strategic Gas Pipelines" (Souri).  "Russian Gas Mega-Pipeline To China Goes Online As Putin & Xi Hail Closer Ties" (Durden).  Almost every day we see a major development by the rest of the world, while the Americans struggle to see how many Wars For The Jews they can fight at once.  You'd think there would be some clamoring from Americans at the singular lack of basic competence from their 'leaders' (the speed of deterioration of the hegemon is something to see), but as long as the Wars For The Jews keep on piling up there isn't a peep.

"A Different Kind of War Wound Afflicts America" (Isaacs).  These moral wounds appeared when Wars For The Jews were forced on militaries, with the soldiers realizing that they were acting in a profoundly immoral way, with the sole purpose of their immorality to allow the Khazars to kill people and steal their land.  The old justifications/rationalizations for wars just don't work any longer (although the woke now realize that both WWII and WWI were also Wars For The Jews, and were also completely immoral and unnecessary).

"How the UK military and intelligence establishment is working to stop Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister" (Kennard). This kind of manipulation is done much more openly - almost proudly - in Britain than in other places.  Kennard is doing outstanding work.

"After His Mysterious Death, the Media Scrambles to Get its Story Straight About White Helmets Founder James Le Mesurier" (Beeley).

"Turkey Declares Ownership On Half Of Eastern Mediterranean Waters" (Durden).  Note the Libyan angle. If Haftar is still CIA, this puts the Turks on yet another collision course with the hegemon.

So he was in a position to murder the SJWs because the SJWs invited him to attend their conference (presumably as an example of a 'wrongfully persecuted' Sunni terrorist)?!:  "Terror Returns to Europe".  This is too good to be true!

"Narco-Socialist Cartel: Morales, the Pope and the Chaos in Bolivia" (Ó Colmáin).  The usually ignored narco aspects of the coup.  Lots of good details but too hard on Morales, seemingly based in the usual 'drugs are bad' morality.

This is important, and almost never mentioned (and here's Madsen on the same groups on climate change, based on their fruitcake 'dominionism', although Madsen can also be quite ridiculous):  "The rise of the militant religious right in Latin America" (Madsen):
"The narco-traffickers have been buoyed by the Christo-fascist takeover of Bolivia. Interim President Áñez is married to Héctor Hernando Hincapié Carvajal of the Colombian Conservative Party, an ally of the narco-terrorist-backed Duque administration and its political puppet masters, former President Uribe and his financiers in the Medellin-based Ochoa clan drug cartel. Ever since Morales legalized in Bolivia the production of coca leaves, used in traditional Aymara medicines and as a tea refreshment, Latin American drug cartels have seen their profits go into a tailspin. Bolivia was competing with the Colombian cartels as a source for legally grown coca leaves. The Christo-fascists may believe in the Bible, but they also understand that their religious movements can be supported by cash from the narco-trade."
"The One Insurmountable Obstacle to Peace in Syria" (Whitney).  Very good!  The obstacle being American occupation, i.e., Yinon.

It's good to laugh:  "How did we get to the point where a former senior military officer calls for the removal of a duly elected president because he doesn’t stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the Rohingyas?"

An excellent reason why Trump deserves to be reelected is that he often disbelieves professional liars:  "Former official says Trump often refused to believe his intelligence briefings" (Gaouette/Atwood).

Khazars are doing little victory dances over the chaos and deaths in Iran (though it appears that Iran will be the first country to survive this spate of color revolutions):  "Iran in flames and ‘experts’ didn’t foresee it due to Trump-hate blindness" (Leibovitz).

(((They))) never stop giving us outstanding reasons to hate (((them))):  "French vote one step closer to anti-Zionism ban" (Mazaheri).

Some HK guy notices that the neo-Nazi winners of the color revolution in Ukraine are visiting the identical HK protests as 'Soros tourists', then gets mad when real progressives - called 'tankies' -  notice his noticing.
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