Thursday, July 30, 2020

Halos

"Trump's Federal Intervention In America's Liberal Dystopian Cities Is Long Overdue" (Korybko).  We're in a strange period where Trump wants to be seen as doing something, taking the role of the paternal figure guarding his country, while not doing so much that the riots are completely suppressed, as that would remove the perceived danger - as seen from the white suburbs - and thus the narrative that Biden is too dangerous to be trusted to lead the country.  Watching this play out between Soros and Trump is like watching two scorpions fight.

They're getting desperate!:  "Minneapolis police say 'Umbrella Man' was a white supremacist trying to incite George Floyd rioting" (Jany).

"How Bad is the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act?" (Pierson).  It's nice to see political priorities so clearly defined.

Tweet (David Sheen) (on the obscenity of Rogan pretending to be shocked at finding out there were Palestinians living on the Khazar-stolen land):
"Seth Rogen blocked me on Twitter 6 years ago when I tweeted out this article by Katie Halper, criticising his support for Israel’s 2014 assault on Gaza. Didn’t even tag him in the tweet! 🙃"
"Clash of Civilizations, Revisited" (Escobar).  On the Dugin-BHL debate.

"Beautiful Hagia Sophia: Between the Sacred and the Profane; Turkey Is Condemned, While Israel Gets a Pass" (Halaby).  "Israel turning mosques into synagogues, bars".

"Hagia Sophia: Clash Of Civilizations Or Reassertion Of Civilizational Identity?" (Korybko):
"There will, however, inevitably be far-reaching consequences after what happened, the most obvious of which is that India and "Israel" might exploit it to justify superficially similar moves pertaining to the Babri Masjid and Al Aqsa mosques respectively. In addition, it can be expected that certain forces in the West (whether institutional, organizational, or grassroots) will revive the "Clash of Civilizations" narrative, which could contribute to further dividing and ruling the Eastern Hemisphere on an identity basis and thus eroding the multipolar integrational progress of the past decade in ways that suit American grand strategic goals. That scenario isn't inevitable though since the reciprocal reassertion of Christian civilizational identity wouldn't necessarily be a divisive development the same as its Muslim iteration doesn't have to be either. 
For instance, Russia, Poland, and Hungary have been moving along this trajectory in recent years, though not at the expense of Muslims (despite how it's perceived by some abroad) but for the benefit of the vast majority of their largely Christian state-forming people. That process has occurred in parallel with the one that's sweeping the Mideast, and both of them can be said to have resulted from the decreasing appeal of US-led "liberalism" during that time. No value judgement is being made about either of them since all that's being done is pointing out objective observations. Ideally, the reassertion of civilizational identities can lead to a "Convergence of Civilizations" rather than a "Clash of Civilizations" via the flagship project of China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), and its expansion across Eurasia as CPEC+."
"Pressure for Sanctions Against Turkey Increases as Tensions with Greece Grow" (Antonopoulos).  Just recently, Erdoğan has lost his characteristic caution (his actions have always been in marked contrast to his constant bombastic words), and has gone off full barreled in all directions.

"Freedom Rider: Let the movement be radical" (Kimberley).  This is shockingly wrong, from a usually reliable writer.  Once Soros is done with his political meddling to get rid of Trump, he'll just stop funding the thugs, and the whole thing will disappear, taking BLM with it.  Just watch!  Oddly, as the white nationalists gleefully keep pointing out, this keeps happening, with the original civil rights protests and the first iteration of BLM having been taken down for the same reasons (a combination of the unrest having served Khazar purposes, and black leaders speaking too candidly about the JQ.

"Soros'd - The Chicago Tribune Union’s Depraved Assault On John Kass" (Glennon).

"Nicholas Kristof: Who Are You Gonna Believe? The NYT Or Your Lying Eyes?" (Sailer).

Tweet (Josh Marshall) (I guess I'm always going to be shocked at the Clintonistas trying to turn critical diplomacy into a bad thing - it's why Trump, as bad as he is, is still the only possible choice when faced with Biden):
"Trump appears to be speaking with President Putin about every 2 weeks this year. At least since March. Completely unheard of aside from with an ally during some sort of on going crisis."
Abrams seems to have reached out to Maduro, but doesn't want anybody to know.

"What happened —and didn’t happen— at the Israel-Lebanon border?" (Hasan).

Sanctions For The Jews news:  tweet (Max Blumenthal):'
"Alternate headline: “US escalates its war”"
"Founder of Foundation behind White Helmets Admits Fraud" (van Es/Stoffelen).

"JOHN KIRIAKOU: Hold the Halos".  I don't believe anybody thinks well of Horowitz - he's Deep Swamp.  Everybody's waiting for the Durham report in the hopes it reverses some of the damage done by the Horowitz cover-up.  Who the hell thought Horowitz would be an appropriate speaker?

Tweet (Justin Giovannetti) (no idea where they got the lettuce thing, but the fork use is right on, and not something that is usually noticed):
"This is a fantastic FOIA: The US guide to Canada.So many small, odd details are right. A few of them are very wrong. "All Canadians speak English"🤔 And I have no idea about this whole don't cut your lettuce thing."

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