Sunday, January 12, 2020

The blue checkmark compradors

"I Was Harassed, Wrongfully Detained, Then Had "Evidence" Planted On Me At the Airport" (Striker).  It seems they keep pen caps available as their 'throw down', to be found if somebody challenges them on their pretending to find bullets as their crooked rationale for detention.  Clever, as if somebody did an investigation they'd just find innocent pen caps, not difficult-to-explain bullets.  Too clever for the goons who do these inspections to figure out for themselves.

Tweet (Elijah J. Magnier):
"Instagram and its parent company Facebook are removing posts that voice support for slain Iranian commander #Qassem Soleimani to comply with #US sanctions and democratic principle."
"PayPal blocks donations to The Grayzone that mention Iran" (Norton).

"Boston area professor fired after anti-Trump Facebook posting" (Conway).  And the joke was a play on how completely outrageous Trump's cultural destruction tweet was!

Hello, Newman!:  tweet (Abby Martin):
"After I was scheduled to give keynote speech at an upcoming @GeorgiaSouthern
conference, organizers said I must comply w/ Georgia’s anti-BDS law & sign a contractual pledge to not boycott Israel. I refused & my talk was canceled. The event fell apart after colleagues supported me"
The USA has rather rapidly turned into a complete Khazar police state, with total censorship and deplatforming (or simply not reporting inconvenient news in the (((media)))), arbitrary detentions of wrongthinkers, and very Orwellian forced disavowals of freedom of speech as a condition of speaking in public.  It is simply amazing what shekels will buy!

"Report: US Drone Strike Kills 60 Afghan Civilians, Taliban Commander" (Wilkins). News in Afghanistan, not-news in the US (except for the Tea Party), as it might confuse The Narrative for the goyim.

It is at least incompetence, and probably corruption, for any government to hold any accounts in the US or Britain, but this demonstrates the lengths to which Americans will go to earn those precious, precious shekels:  tweet (Paul Beckett):
"WSJ SCOOP: U.S. officials warned Iraq that it risks losing access to its account at the New York Fed, where international oil sale revenue is kept, if it moves to expel U.S. troops"
Tweet (Whitney Webb):
"For those asking, this is not even remotely true. I have several reports coming out for Mintpress this week. An absurd smear campaign inventing its own victory lap. Can't make this stuff up."
Remember that Hopsicker's unique work in Florida, documenting vague 'hijacker' connections to the American IC, which seemed important at the time, just had the effect of reinforcing the Official Story about 9/11. It is kind of him to own up to the fact so many years later, albeit in this bizarre fixation with Webb and Mintpress.

Trump is now well into Don Adams 'would you believe' territory, the liar's tactic of telling increasingly improbable tales as each former lie falls apart:  "Trump Now Says Soleimani Plotted Bomb Attacks On 4 US Embassies; Intel Senators Balk" (Durden).  Of course, the peace mission Soleimani was tricked into going on puts the lie to any and all claims of 'imminent attack'.  Tweet (Robert Mackey):
"I cross-checked a Pentagon casualty database with obituaries and not 1 of the 9 American servicemen killed fighting in Iraq since 2011 died at the hands of militias backed by Suleimani. His assassination was about revenge and provocation, not self-defense."
"Savage. Brutal. After the Assassination of Soleimani, Can We Just Admit that the United States Has No Morality at All?" (Abele).

"Russia, the Eurasian Triangle, and the Soleiman Assassination" (Hahn).  China-Russia-Europe.  Yet rather than admit the Khazar blackmail, the Assholians assure us Trump has a clever plan.

"US and Israel escalate Middle East tensions in wake of Suleimani assassination" (Van Auken) (the full Khazar 'clean the tables' operation):
"Meanwhile, with administration officials providing unconvincing and mutually contradictory claims backed by no evidence that the assassination of Suleimani was carried out in the face of an “imminent” threat of attack, the Washington Post reported Friday that US security forces had attempted on the same day to assassinate in Yemen another of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force senior commanders.
According to US officials who spoke to the Post, the US aimed a strike against Adel Reza Shahlai, who was in charge of organizing the limited assistance that Iran has given to Houthi rebels fighting against the Saudi-led assault on the country that has killed nearly 100,000 people and left more than 8 million on the brink of starvation. The US has provided the arms and logistical support for this slaughter.
As the Post reported, the unsuccessful US operation in Yemen raised “questions about whether last week’s assassination of Suleimani” was part of a “broader operation than previously explained, raising questions about whether the mission was designed to cripple the leadership of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps or solely to prevent an imminent attack on Americans as originally stated.”
The report quoted an unnamed senior US official as stating, “If we had killed him, we’d be bragging about it the same night.”"
Tweet (Matt Taibbi):
"Under the UN charter, military action must be undertaken either in self-defense or with UN authorization. The US (from Bush through Obama to now) believes it is engaged in an ongoing non-international armed conflict, allowing it to eschew the self-defense analysis in each case."
Tweet (Scott Ritter) (also) (the CIA is trying to restore Sorositis to Iran trough the Ukrainian plane shoot-down):
"I’m just pointing out that she is a cog in the wheel of a CIA-funded regime change operation in Iran that draws upon her social media profile to disseminate propaganda materials. She appears to be a strong, independent woman. She also appears to be a CIA asset."
Tweet (Sima Rahmani):
"As the plane crash quickly erased the story of the missile attack, watch as the memorial to the accidental victims of a justifiably paranoid state gives way to the (now seemingly monthly) Iran protest porn media cycle--all courtesy of the blue checkmark compradors"
The blue checkmark compradors also showed up in attacking the real journalists who reported honestly on the war of the Syrian government against American proxy terrorists.

Priorities:  "Nancy Pelosi said 'I'll call him back' when Mike Pence called to tell her about Iranian missile attacks in revenge for Qassem Soleimani's death - then she went to a restaurant opening after speaking to him" (Goodin).

Also:  "Admitting to downing Ukraine jetliner will cost Iran regime dearly" (Dyer). Although any rational person would see that 100% of the blame for this obviously falls on the blackmailed Assholian politicians and their Khazar blackmailers.

"Empire Games and Ghouls" (Taxi).  Pax Judaica.

Ha ha ha ha ha!:  "Canada's response to Iran crash a '180-degree shift' from Air India disaster, experts say" (Harris). The difference is that the Canadian government was - and is, which came out in Trudeau's disastrous 'costume' official visit to India - e-x-t-r-e-m-e-l-y close to Sikh terrorist separatists, and thus had absolutely no interest whatsoever in looking closely at a Sikh terrorist attack.  On the other hand, pretending to be upset about the Ukrainian plane, and continuing to demand an 'investigation' when the Iranians took all the wind out of those sails with a full confession, is free shekels for any crooked Canadian politician.

You need the bribery and blackmail, of course, but the Khazar schemes are always underpinned by well-funded stinktank work:  "Will This Billionaire-Funded Think Tank Get Its War With Iran?" (Carden).

'Anti-war' Khazars, a simple impossibility, throughout time and space.  "Bernie Sanders says “some wars are necessary”" (Hall).  He might be the best possible candidate, but don't expect him to end the Wars For The Jews.

"Ivanka Trump Secures Prestigious Shabbos Goy Award from Adelson Crime Family!" (Batty).
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