Monday, December 30, 2019

It's complicated

"More Holocaust Reparations for 2020: the Gift That Keeps on Giving" (Giraldi).  Read the whole thing.

"Will 2020 See the Emergence of a Nationalist Left?" (Joyce) (or here).  Read the whole thing, and see the comment by Frankie P on Soral, who has already had a profound effect on France, and is being (((suitably))) punished for it.  Nobody can say it, but the single most essential component of the new parties is Judenfrei (members and 'donors'), or else they will be immediately sabotaged from within.  It's tragically far past time to keep fooling around with the (((supremacist crazies))), especially the ((('lites'))) who will be sent in to the wreck everything.

Twitter is out of control.  Being the only major social media platform not obviously owned and controlled by Khazars - think about that for a minute - Jack seems to think he has to try harder (and the nature of Twitter means he has significantly more tricks up his sleeve in censoring).  "Twitter Scrubs Viral Trump Retweet Of Alleged Hoaxblower's Name; Blames Glitch Before Banning User" (Durden).  Tweet (Yasha Levine):
"Twitter‘s been steadily ramping up it’s censorship in all sorts of opaque ways. Everything about the process is murky. The only thing that’s clear is that it’s happening more and more."
Tweet (Mark Ames):
"Even after hundreds of million$ poured into InfoWar groups like @SecureDemocracy, @AtlanticCouncil to "protect" us from online disinformation, not a single one of these Infowarrior experts spotted just 1 of Saudi Arabia's 29 million disinformation tweets"
One of the interesting things about social media is that, even though every single major platform is seriously flawed, the 'market' has completely failed in establishing any competition for the (((major players))).  Why do you think that is?

Tweet (Wyatt Reed):
"With traditional media immediately controlled by the "sellout press," Bolivians were forced to turn to social media for real news. 1 info/humor account–Suchel–quickly gained ~10k followers But now its owner has to close it to stop the rape/death threats against her & her family. "
"Desperate to stem protests, dozens of governments shut down internet access in 2019" (Damon). We're more sophisticated in the west, with the ability to shut down specific truthtellers.

The 'correction' to the (((Bret Stephen)))'s supremacist column, which basically says put a 'not' in all sentences which don't have one, and remove the 'not' from every sentence which does have one.  Problem fixed!

Tweet (Dimitri Lascaris):
"Here's @BarackObama plugging books authored by those who advanced his imperialistic and inhumane foreign policies, including Samantha Power and Susan Rice."
Tweet (Jeremy Brier) (my emphasis in red, in case it is unclear what is going on):
"Hampstead covered in antisemitic graffiti this morning and Jewish people stabbed in New York. We crushed them at the ballot box - but we must keep fighting antisemitism wherever we see or hear it."
I'm slightly infamous for rejecting claims that Israel did 9/11, but you have to love conspiracy woke graffiti. "Something is going to have to give."

'Monsey is complicated', a tweet that has wisely been disappeared. 'Complicated' is a way of making the undeniable assertion that the Hasidic Khazars are a royal pain in the ass, unbelievably cruel and abusive in their use of lawfare to push the goyim around - Monsey is one of the places they have basically stolen - with blacks forming the most seriously affected group of their victims.  Of course, the ultimate taboo is suggesting that there might be Jewish wrongdoing, even anti-gentilism, behind legitimate and understandable gentile anger.

Note also that reaching for the white supremacy angle didn't work very well this time for the Khazars.

People who realize that it is literally a living hell to live anywhere near these people might start to reflect on the plight of the Palestinians, or even what it must have been like to live in certain places in eastern Europe in the 1930s. A living hell!  You might wonder what you might have to do to escape.

"British Democracy on Death Row" (Tru Publica). I wonder if dumping the European Convention on Human Rights is specifically about Assange.

"After U.S. Strike On Iraqi Forces Its Troops Will (Again) Have To Leave" (Moon).  Ongoing attempts to turn everything into a casus belli for a WWIII involving Iran.

"Get Ready to Fight Israel’s Next War. Asking America to do the “Dirty Work”" (Nimmo).

"Syria: Putin and Assad are Just Bombing Hospitals Because They Think It’s Funny" (Anglin).

The four ghosts in Pacman . . .  Did You Know?
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