Sunday, January 05, 2020

Jesus, do we have to explain why we do these things?

One thing I'm seeing is that the Khazars have thrown off all restraint, and the blood is pouring from their fangs.  When I call them a primitive people, I'm not kidding.

Tweet (Lee Smith):
"Per Trump tweet tonight re list of 52 potential US targets in Iran, here’s a very professional list of Iranian cultural sites/legit military targets."
Blood.  Pouring.  From.  (((Their))).  Fangs.  Remember this the next time somebody insists your are supposed to feel sympathy for these (((monsters))).  Pure, unadulterated, Evil!

Tweet (Adam H. Johnson) ((((Roth)))):
"two days on and the head of "human rights" organization HRW has yet to comment on much less condemn Trump assassinating a foreign military leader though he did quote and link to an article by former Bush admin official praising Trump's execution. Love those unbiased watch dogs!"
Threatening Iranian cultural sites is the first instance that Trump has acted in a way that would clearly allow Amendment 25 to apply for his removal as unfit, but of course - shekels! - there is no chance the Clintonistas will even mention it.

Tweet (Ben Norton):
"Destroying "Iranian culture," then boasting, is a literally *genocidal* crime against humanity Trump isn't just attacking Iran; he's trying to *erase* it This is fascist and colonialist behavior, based on an urge to totally extirpate an Indigenous people"
Tweet (Arash Kamani) (I'm not sure that anybody has ever suggested that Assholia has ever had the moral high ground):
"the president of the United States is threatening to destroy historical and cultural sites in Iran that are filled with civilians and have no military significance. Everyone still preaching about the US having the moral high ground can shove it up their ass."
"Sitrep – Soleimani and Al-Muhandi’s murders" (Mizraei).  Comment by AriusArmenian:
"Soleimani is respected by the Christians of Syria for his leadership in the fight against the western backed jihadi liver eaters. He will be remembered for his great contribution to the Eastern Alliance that is turning the tables on the West that still thinks it can plow and plunder the world.
If by his death the people of the region unite to push the US out then his greatest victories are yet to come.
He will be remembered and compared to Saladin."
"America is Ruled by a Murderer" (Koenig).

 "What comes next after the US Assassination of Qassem Soleimani? The Options." (Magnier). Magnier thread. It's interesting that the really big strategic error - and incompetence is the Assholian calling card these days - was the killing of Abu Mahdi al-Muhandes.

Sure, kill a few Americans if you want - no moral person will mourn the death of Assholes - but the best, and by far the most appropriate response, is that Hezbollah mass rocket attack on Israel, driving the Khazars into the sea.  Of course, if you want to punish the guy who pulled the trigger, you wait to kill a lot of Americans in October, a nice surprise.

"The Revenge For The Assassination Of Qassem Soleimani" (Moon).

The big sin that warranted assassination was standing in the way of the creation of the Zionist Empire by thwarting Yinon:  tweet (Aaron Maté):
"I’ve noticed a trend where Iran’s critical role in defeating the US-Gulf-Turkey proxy war on Syria is ignored or distorted. That’s because it’s been fashionable to ignore or even support that war. If we want to discuss Soleimani’s murder seriously, we should follow Max’s lead:"
Tweet (Max Blumenthal):
"At deranged State Department briefing, Trump spox claimed Soleimani hatched a devious plot to bomb Cafe Milano, where Beltway elites wine and dine. When asked for evidence justifying his assassination, spox says, “Jesus, do we have to explain why we do these things?”"
JYT:  tweet (Gareth Porter):
"Illustrating big media's role in maintaining public support for aggressive US use of military power, a 5,000-word NY Times wrap-up on the Soleimani assassination avoids any critical examination of the clearly bogus rationale for that war-provoking attack."
Tweet (John son & defender of Harry Leslie Smith's Legacy):
"Nobody normalises fuckwittery like CNN. #IranWar"
There's a tremendous amount of work going on by 'journalists' trying to paste together some scenario that doesn't make Trump, and Assholia, look like pure psychos, but it is really impossible. "The threat of General Soleimani - TTG".

"Lies, the Bethlehem Doctrine, and the Illegal Murder of Soleimani" (Murray).

It is interesting to see the tacit understanding of military men, and people generally, that Soleimani is worthy of admiration because he was really, really good at what he did, a spectacular example of a career soldier, a man of honor and dignity, worthy of emulation and respect from any other professional soldier (Rommel is another guy on the 'other side' who garners this kind of appreciation).  On the other hand, the murderer has 'bone spurs', and it is literally obscene that the coward murdered the hero.

Ha ha ha ha ha! 'Figured in'!  "Many media reports suggest that Israeli interests were taken into account . . . "!  One of my theories is that the lite Zionists would be immediately transformed into the worst blood-pouring-from-the-fangs ultra-Zionists at the first hint of trouble for Israel.

"Iran: Just Like Ari Fleischer and Paul Joseph Watson Said, Iranians are Celebrating in the Streets Because of Democracy" (Anglin). Tweet (Ben Norton) (this is just the first leg of the funeral procession!):
"Iranians are gathering for one of the largest funeral processions you will ever see, to honor General Qassem Soleimani, who helped to defeat ISIS — and was then murdered in a criminal US act of war You're not gonna see this in mainstream corporate media"
Grudging acknowledgment from the Clintonistas that 46 47 is uniquely good on this issue:  "Tucker Carlson Made Sense On Iraq And The World Is Upside Down" (Worthington).  That's why he'll be 47, after what historians will call the Creepy Joe Interregnum.
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