Sunday, April 23, 2017

Cause and cure

Rothschild, the cause of, and apparently the solution to, all of France's problems.  All the trickery and maneuvering worked.

Bipolar

"Louise Mensch Has A List Of Suspected Russian Agents".  Stark raving mad.  Not coincidentally, a big source of 'truth' for the Clintonistas.  I'm predicting a 'crisis' in the near future, requiring hospitalization and a big adjustment of her meds.

The 'what could possibly go wrong?' department:  tweet (Yasha Levine):
"Translation: Tor still gets 85-90% of its funding from America's spooky NatSec apparatus."
May is following in the footsteps of Clinton, half-assing it as the polls have told her she's so far ahead she can afford to take the voters for granted, while spending her time sucking up to donors.  Tweet (Nadem Ahmed):
"Theresa May is refusing 2 defend her record in head to head TV debates I thought this election was about leadership #GE2017 #GeneralElection"
From late 2012: "Sources: U.S. helping underwrite Syrian rebel training on securing chemical weapons".

"Moscow demands OPCW explain how White Helmets emerged unharmed in Syrian sarin attack".

""THE URGENT NEED FOR BORIS JOHNSON TO CLARIFY ... " by Habakkuk"

"Kidnapped Qatari hunting party of 26 freed in Iraq after 16 months".  Read well down and note how this was tied to the evacuation that was subject to the terrorist bus bombing.  The deep politics here are intriguing.  "Don't be fooled by reports that al-Qaeda and Nusra have split for the good of the suffering Syrian people" and "We finally know what Hillary Clinton knew all along – US allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding Isis".

"Breaking: Israeli Air Force Missile Strikes Syrian Army Positions, Israel Comes to the Rescue of Al Qaeda Terrorists".  "Russia Ready to Prioritize Air Defense Systems Deliveries to Syria".

Mélenchon's non-scary economics:  "The Mélenchon Economy". "An Earthquake in the Making".  Literally the only sane vote for anybody in the 99%, and another test of whether the modern push polling works for the 1%.  This election is one of the clearest examples of the conspiratorial machinations of the 0.1% to try to arrange things to keep Le Pen out (and Mélenchon snuck in while there were preoccupied with their tricks).

"Iran’s presidential election takes predictable turn" (Bhadrakumar).

"Iranian-American State Department official demoted after Breitbart questions loyalty to US".

"Why is Venezuela in Crisis Again?"  Enormous amount of money being spent on this, but the 1%/Americans aren't getting anywhere as they lack support in either the population or the military.

"Donald Trump, North Korea, And The Case Of The Phantom Armada".  Conclusive evidence that a war on North Korea is entirely a Trump bluff.  Pence is just a prop.


Saturday, April 22, 2017

Because it's her turn

"How did al-Qaeda know in advance about the Syrian air strike?"  Syria to Russia to the United States, and thus directly to al Qaeda/White Helmets, probably through their CIA handlers.

"US defense secretary targets Syria with chemical weapons allegation".  Directly from Israel, a crime posing as a country with illegal massive quantities of both chemical weapons and nukes.  From 2014, certified by Ahmet Üzümcü, the head of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the same Turk who is now alleging a Syrian government Sarin attack:  "Last of Syria's chemical weapons shipped out".

"Russia Casts More Doubt on the West's Syria Chemical Attack Narrative".  "False Flag Attack: Ex-CIA Officer Unravels Idlib Chemical Incident".

"NATO’s Emerging Outsourced Eastern Flank" (Madsen).  The kind of buried thing that one day turns out to be very important.

As hilarious as it may be, this doesn't look good for Bannon:  "Rebekah Mercer" by Ted Cruz (!). Canadian shark Ted, with his excellent nose for the grift, smells blood money in the water, meaning the Mercer money that would have gone to Trump is up for grabs.

"Bannon Down, Pentagon Up, Neocons In?"  Adelson shekels forcing out Mercer dollars.

"The President Formerly Known as Hitler".  There are a lot of well-meaning Americans who will go to their early graves thinking they still have the luxury of lying about the real nature of the problem:  "and, no, I’m not referring to “the Jews,” I’m referring to the global capitalist establishment and the armies they employ to keep them in power".

"How a Handwritten Note Gave Erdogan an Uncheckable Election Win".  A laughable list of 'problems'.

It remains amazing that these lovable people have been unfairly subject to so much completely unwarranted hatred over the millennia:  "Far-Right Israeli Activists Hold BBQ To Taunt Hunger Striking Palestinians".

"Man charged with making threatening calls to Jewish centers".  Finally getting around to American charges involving the usual false-flag problem.

"Why voting for Trump was the right thing to do (7 reasons)".  One of the obvious things about Trump is that the ratio of hot air to actually doing something stupid is remarkably high.  It will be a big positive thing if he gets through two terms without actually doing anything.

Tweet (Shadi Hamid):
"Good God"

Friday, April 21, 2017

Swindled

"Sorry, No War in North Korea".  I think this is a given, except that it is only American exceptionalism which would lead anybody to conclude that the North Korean regime would be replaced.  The North Korean strategy over decades has been to dig in and survive just long enough that it can inflict enough damage on South Korea and Japan that the Americans would have to back off before trillions of dollars of the world economy disappears.

"Background on USS Carl Vinson – Saga by LeDahu".

"Today’s Blind Items – Quick Hits".  #2 is about Jason Chaffetz, the Jew who passes as a Mormon to hold a seat in Utah (!), and who disappeared in a flash.  Mensch!  DNC!!

"Paris attack could strengthen Le Pen heading into Sunday vote".  "Champs-Elysees attack: Perfect timing, for some".  Maybe, but there are way too many moving pieces for anybody to be confident of how this may play out.  For example, this could improve the chances of a Le Pen-Mélenchon run off that Mélenchon would win, the exact opposite of what the rich fascists would want.

"RASHIDEEN MASSACRE: Children Lured to their Slaughter by NATO State Terrorists".  The ignored massacre, except when the Jew-controlled media insinuates Assad did it!

"Russia Stands Firmly by Syria, Will Boost Ties With Lebanon".  The American shabbos goyim have yet to come to grips with the stark reality that Putin has no wiggle room on this - Sunni-stan is an existential threat to Russia.

"Trump is Like the Weather: Wait a Day and His Foreign Policy Position Will Change".  The Dilbert guy will no doubt write volumes about how clever this is (he seems to be using his Trump-predicting notoriety to sell some product), but I imagine American allies are nervous that one of these bluffs might blow up with unintended consequences.

"Unnamed Sources Tell CNN Fake News: U.S. Officials Preparing Charges Against Julian Assange".  The Americans have always pretended that Assange's problems turned entirely on the Swedish legal system, but after the American stooge lost in Ecuador, it may be they are fearing:

  1. Swedish cold feet over the cumulative effect of the massive national embarrassment caused by this persecution; and/or
  2. possible legal ramifications, post-Brexit, of the imprisonment system they have fashioned using the EU.
On the other hand, Trump wouldn't be President were it not for WikiLeaks, and such a betrayal would ruin his brand.

"Tillerson’s Vague Plan for Syria has Serious Flaws".  There is still only one choice - either you let the Syrian government and its allies de-terrorize Syria, or you effectively promote an ISIS state.  The Jews still demand Sunni-stan, which explains the lingering American support of ISIS in Syria and elsewhere, despite what Trump sometimes claims:  "Trump’s Indonesian Allies In Bed With Isis-Backed Militia Seeking To Oust Elected President".  Of course, Trump is just following long-standing American policy of messing with Indonesia.

"Israel is mad and sad because Western leaders have yet to start World War III in Syria" (Alexis).

"Why Not a Probe of ‘Israel-gate’?" (Parry).  Parry is so good, and consequently somewhat marginalized despite the historical importance of his reporting, as he has always been willing to write the inconvenient truth.  This column is a keeper.

"How Israel Swindled Its Way to an Atomic Bomb".

"Russia questions watchdog’s swift identification of sarin in Syria chemical incident".  "Chlorine, Not Sarin, Was Used In The Khan Sheikhun Incident".  No proper chain of custody as the al-Qaeda-controlled site is too dangerous for outsiders to visit.  You would think that international 'experts' would refuse to sanction tainted test results which ruin their reputation as scientists, but anybody can be bought.

Shekel news:  "Tillerson and Haley’s trash-talk on Iran was brought to you by Sheldon Adelson".  Still, the swagger and bluster doesn't hide the fact that Trump has in fact backed down from his most ridiculous campaign positions on Iran.  It seems clear that World Jewry has retreated to its 'red line' position that Iran must be limited in its sway over de-terrorized Syria.

"A Sad Day for Turkey".  The main problem is that this creates a problem that will have to be fixed, and the only way to fix it is yet another coup d'etat.  Another issue is that the vote appeared to become a big 'fuck you' from Islamists to the West (see what victims of Islamophobia think), yet the result was exactly what the leaders of the West wanted.

"Yikes! New Behind-the-Scenes Book Brutalizes the Clinton Campaign" (Taibbi).  "Hillary's 2016 Strategy Against Trump in Michigan: Don't Mention the Election!" (Sailer).  Two things:

  1. the false economies which loom so large in the places where she lost - a problem which continues, though now for the purely anti-progressive motives of the DNC - come out of Killary's belief that she lost to Obama due to improper marshalling of resources; and
  2. her excuse of email ditziness in defending her hiding her emails while Secretary of State is utter rubbish, as she had issued sophisticated email-related orders over finding the supposed traitors in her 2008 nomination loss.
Tweet (Bradd Jaffy):
"Trump picks Scott Brown as U.S. ambassador to New Zealand

This was the headline in New Zealand's largest newspaper when rumors first leaked"
Tweet (WikiLeaks):
"Obama just 'endorsed' Macron. Previously ordered CIA hack French presidential candidates & steal their strategies: https://wikileaks.org/cia-france-elections-2012/ …"

Tweet (William Huw) (I removed mangled internal link):
"https://twitter.com/LabourEoin/status/855101674108719104LabourEoinRT … Otto_English: How political hackery works. Two tweets just 20 minutes apart."
I assume everybody is 'woke' to the fact that May's snap election is just part of the campaign of World Jewry to replace Corbyn.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Fake sugar

"The Oklahoma City Bombing After 22 Years".

"The Watergate Style Break In That Covered Up Shocking Wave Of Clinton State Department Scandals".  Theft of some computers, leaving other valuables behind, from a small law office that just happened to be representing a State Department whistle blower when Killary was Secretary of State.

"Maxine Waters Loses Her Mind to “Anti-Russia Dementia” – Like the Rest of the Black Caucus".  "It's time for Democrats to drop the Russia 'shtick'".

"Erdogan’s Neo-Fascist Turkish Allies".

"Who's coming to dinner in New Zealand?".

"The Mélenchon Factor".  Voters are striking out against the power structure all over the West, and the key is giving them a decent anti-establishment choice.  Americans had a similar chance, but lost it when the Clintonistas shivved Bernie.  Mélenchon is a shockingly good candidate, a 'skeptic' who wants to pull out of NATO.

"Experts Warn That Trump's Lies About North Korea Hurt America's Credibility".  The failed Trump bluff shows he was never serious about North Korea.

"West does not want to investigate incident in Idlib, Russian diplomat says".

"US, Iraq Trying to Quash Coverage of ISIS Chemical Attacks".  "Head games? ISIS touts chemical weapons attacks, but Iraqis, US play it down".

"The Story of How Fake Sugar Got Approved is Scary As Hell":
"Aspartame was discovered at GD Searle, a Chicago drug company, in the 1960s. The FDA first approved it in 1974, but an FDA scientist at the time, Adrian Gross, discovered that there were serious shortcomings in all 15 long-term studies that Searle submitted for review. For example, some rats in the studies died but were not autopsied after to discern the cause; in other cases, the aspartame was not mixed well enough into the feed and the rats were eating around it. There was also evidence of brain tumors in the rats in several studies.

Gross's findings, along with pressure from other scientists, resulted in a public board of inquiry in early 1980 consisting of three independent scientists who reviewed the data and voted to withhold approval because they "did not believe Searle's studies conclusively showed aspartame did not cause brain tumors." 

At the time, Donald Rumsfeld was the CEO of Searle. He was also on the transition team for Ronald Reagan, who was inaugurated in 1981. After the inauguration, Searle re-applied to the FDA for approval, at which point Reagan fired the FDA commissioner and replaced him with Arthur Hayes Hull, Jr., who re-approved aspartame for dry products.

Aspartame quickly flooded the market, and two years later was also approved for use in liquids. Soon after, Hull left the FDA and took a job with Burson Marsteller, the PR firm for Searle. Meanwhile, Searle (which Monsanto purchased in 1985) made billions and Rumsfeld, of course, later became the Secretary of Defense under George W. Bush. (For more on this history, check out the 60 Minutes segment from 1996 and the Times article from 2006.)

Many of those Searle studies that Gross questioned are now lumped into the data that says aspartame is safe. And though the question of aspartame causing brain tumors has largely been dismissed over the years, there hasn't been much new data on the subject. In fact, a 1987 General Accounting Office report states that 28 out of 69 scientists said more research was needed in the areas of "neurological functions, brain tumors, seizures, headaches, and adverse effects on children and pregnant women." Nonetheless, the report added, research was ongoing in all areas except brain tumors. What's more, the FDA dissuaded the National Toxicology Program (NTP) from doing further cancer research on aspartame. As the founder of the NTP, David Rall, put it, "It's a wonderful way to ensure that it isn't tested—discourage the testing group from testing it and then say it's safe.""

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Mockery

The snowflake/Clintonista propaganda machine is now mocking Trump allegations that anti-Trump protesters are paid.  "The Soros Subversion Machine on a Platter".  "Look Who Funds The Group Behind The Call To Arms At Milo’s Berkeley Event."  Note the Tax March partners.

"The Left’s Descent to Fascism".  More specifically, Ziofascism.  The only real progressive politics is fundamentally 'anti-Semitic'.  The set backs for The Narrative are bringing out the essential contradictions.

The NYT has had to take note, and mock, the attacks on the ridiculous false-flag on Khan Sheikhoun:  "NYT Mocks Skepticism on Syria-Sarin Claims" (Parry, who has been on a roll).

Latest Postol: "The Nerve Agent Attack that Did Not Occur: Analysis of the Times and Locations of Critical Events in the Alleged Nerve Agent Attack at 7 AM on April 4, 2017 in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria".

The cloud of noxious gas is starting to arrive from the expected lapdogs in Britain, and Turkey (!).

Mocking is dangerous, a last-ditch strategy, as it alerts people to the material otherwise completely and utterly hidden by the Jew-controlled media.

The other kind of mockery is like shooting fish in a barrel (watch the video):  "Ignorance is Strength by Publius Tacitus".

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Tradecraft of the counter-spooks

"MIT expert claims latest chemical weapons attack in Syria was staged".  Strikingly odd to see this anywhere in the Lügenpresse ('Leadership';  connections to weird religious sects, just not the usual weird religious sect!).  Flipping through the comments, they appear to be well over 90% skeptical of the Official Story.

"Snowden's Box".  Why, when he is so paranoid, did Snowden put that dangerous address on it?  Well written, and worth the read for a modern spy story.

An old spy story:  "How a spy betrayed the KGB and was double-crossed by an RCMP cop".

"Goodbye Turkey".  "A Turkey Divided by Erdogan Will Become Prey for the Country’s Enemies".

"Donald Goes to Canossa".  There's way too many people in Europe and Japan, and Donald has the solution.

"Bill Kristol celebrates ‘normal’ foreign policy — with Russia replacing Iraq in the new ‘axis of evil’".  The funniest thing about this thing we must not mention is that there is not the tiniest attempt to hide it.

"Will the Mossad Assassinate Iranian president Hassan Rouhani?" (Alexis).

New low for BBC:  "BBC: Moderate Syrian Unicorns Would NEVER Blow up Children".  Attempts to 'false-flag' the bus bombing.

"This evacuation was attacked by AQ terrorists, not ISIS".

"Dear Washington: the era of the false flag attack is now over".  Although the woke aren't fooled any longer, the false flag still serves as something to be served up by the Lügenpresse as the basis for the talking points of the political class.

"Boston Marathon Bombing Cover-Up: A Conversation With Michele Mcphee":
"Another fact that should have everyone in the country startled is the federal government has said on the record: during Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial and since after his trial that the Tsarnaev brothers did not build those bombs. Well, the immediate response to that should be from everyone in the nation, then who did? Why aren’t you looking for them? That’s another one of the mysteries that is tackled in the book, about this very bizarre robbery that took place ten minutes before the MIT police officer Sean Collier was executed and during that 7/11 robbery, there was a former MIT employee who has been identified as that robber, still not arrested but in June of 2013 was arrested for a different crime altogether when he threatened his mother and said I’ve done something that I’m going to have to answer God for. His mother told police that her son had been friends with Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Police execute a search warrant in his home and find every single component of the bombs that were detonated at the Boston Marathon, including ball bearings that were signature to the bombs that detonated at the finish line. Strangely and inexplicably, that man, Daniel Morley, was not prosecuted for the bombmaking material he had in his home or the threats he made against his mother or never even questioned in connection with the 7/11 robbery which his own family members have identified him as a suspect. Instead, he was put in a mental institution in Massachusetts for two years. Many people believe he was cooperating with the federal government in a different case regarding anarchists and anonymous and now he’s free, driving a bus full of senior citizens when there are a lot of people in Massachusetts who truly believe that he is the true bomb builder."
and:
"In the end, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was not found by law enforcement and a lot of people believe that’s because the FBI – I know this to be true – when Dzhokhar escaped that wild bomb and bullet in Watertown, he was bleeding. He abandoned that stolen Mercedes and he staggered up a tree, leaving bloody handprints and a blood trail behind. At the time, I was in Watertown like so many other reporters and I was getting text messages from sources saying we’re going to get him, we have a blood trail and then those same sources were told to back off, it was an FBI scene and so the Boston Police Homicide Squad, the state police that had dogs, they were told to back off and we all know that in the end, who found Dzhokhar? A civilian who was going out for a cigarette. The top on his boat was strew and he went to investigate. A civilian! Despite the National Guard doing door to door searches and cops in riot gear without a warrant going into people’s homes, in the end, it was a civilian who found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and when that boat was surrounded, there was a sniper from the NEMLEC Swat Team who was on the second floor of that civilian’s home and he heard Dzhokhar say over again, “The FBI is going to kill me, the FBI is going to kill me.” I don’t think that’s the case whatsoever, but it is incredibly strange that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was bleeding profusely, he leaves these bloody handprints up and down the street where he jumped out of that vehicle and yet they didn’t find him for nearly an entire day. I think it raises a whole new spectrum of questions. Then of course, there’s the question of what they were doing in Watertown in the first place. There is a police report that is referenced in Maximum Harm about Dzhokhar Tsarnaev emerging from 89 Dexter Avenue, which is right around where the shootout took place. There was a story in Saudi Arabia about a student who lived in that house, who had been pulled out of that place by the FBI and arrested but you never heard another word about that guy again, you never heard about 89 Dexter Ave again. Nobody knows where the bombs were built. At the very least, I think there should be some concerns about who else worked with those brothers, who built the bombs and why are we not all that concerned about finding those people?"
"Tamerlan Tsarnaev: Terrorist. Murderer. Federal Informant?":
"On January 21, 2012, Tamerlan departed from Boston’s Logan Airport and connected at JFK for a flight to Moscow. By then he was on two different terrorist watch lists, though that fact never slowed him down.

The first was the Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment (TIDE) database, which is the repository of all international terrorist identifier information shared by the FBI, CIA, and an alphabet soup of U.S. intelligence agencies. The National Counterterrorism Center maintains it by adding biographical or biometric identifiers. The second watch list was TECS, which is not an acronym but takes its name from an outdated system of identification checks from a now-defunct federal agency. TECS, aimed at flagging potential terror suspects as they cross borders, is a system allowing customs agents to file reports about any “encounter with a traveler, a memorable event, or noteworthy item of information particularly when they observe behavior that may be indicative of intelligence gathering or preoperational planning related to terrorism, criminal, or other illicit intention,” according to the DHS. Despite Tamerlan’s being on both of those lists, he still left Logan without a hitch.

Nearly six months later, upon arrival in the United States after spending time overseas in a terrorist hot spot, he faced little to no resistance from U.S. Customs. The purpose of the FBI’s and CIA’s placing Tamerlan on the watch lists was to create an alert any time he traveled. But inexplicably, that never happened.

Then there was the question of his passport, which Tamerlan had reported stolen—or at least that’s what he told his ex-wife, Katherine Russell. The last valid passport that Tamerlan possessed came from Kyrgyzstan, where he had grown up, and was slated to expire on November 16, 2012. Tamerlan applied for a Russian passport to replace the one issued in Kyrgyzstan that he had used to gain entry into the United States as a political refugee in 2002. But, as congressional investigators would discover, he left Russia without ever collecting the new passport.

Still, when Tamerlan landed at Logan on July 17, 2012, he had no problem whatsoever. A customs agent “scanned Tsarnaev’s Alien Registration Card into the computer system used during primary inspection. The card was valid, and as a result, CBP [Customs and Border Protection] took Tsarnaev’s picture, collected his fingerprints, confirmed his identity, and admitted him into the country based on his LPR [legal permanent resident] status,” according to the OIG. However, the report states, the Customs and Border Protection officer who processed Tamerlan told investigators he “could not recall” processing Tamerlan or if he alerted the FBI regarding Tamerlan’s return to the United States without a passport. He did explain to the inspectors that officers like him communicate with the FBI about potential terrorist watch list suspects’ travel with “email, orally, or via ‘sticky note.’”

Stranger still was the testimony from then–Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on immigration policy on April 23, 2013—just days after Tamerlan died—that the name on his airline ticket did not match the name on his green card, saying, “there was a mismatch.” She publicly declined to elaborate.

Surely to stop Tamerlan at the airport for additional screening based on his physical profile alone—he was a Muslim male with a long beard—or because he was leaving a terrorist hotbed would have been insensitive racial profiling. But the idea that a man whose name was on two terrorist watch lists somehow managed to clear customs because, government officials claimed, his name was misspelled on those lists, is inconceivable. This is especially true given the multimillion-dollar computer program the DHS had purchased to prevent that very sort of thing from occurring. Even after the Russians had inexplicably notified the United States in writing about his radicalization in 2011, and despite being on multiple terror watch lists, Tamerlan was allowed to travel to a terrorist hot spot and return without being questioned.

All of this looks strange—even stupendously negligent—to the casual observer. But to the trained eye, it might look like something else entirely. Former Somerville Police Chief Tom Pasquarello, a longtime DEA agent who has supervised his own confidential informants, had noticed similarities between Tamerlan’s case and his own use of so-called CIs during multiple takedowns all over the world. As a longtime law enforcement official, he says, the seeming coincidences cannot be ignored. They make no sense—not Tamerlan’s trip to Russia, nor his return without a passport while on two separate terror watch lists. Unless, that is, Tamerlan was trying to lure like-minded radicals in an effort to collect information and report back to U.S. law enforcement. “You pull a string on Tamerlan’s life,” Pasquarello said, “and all you get is unanswered questions.”"
and (my emphasis in red):
"U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, pushed Napolitano for more answers and was told to wait for a classified—secret—briefing. Senator Charles Grassley asked Napolitano how a misspelling could have caused problems in 2012 when the Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007 had amended certain sections of the Immigration and Naturalization Act pertaining to the control of foreign nationals’ travel. The 2007 law reiterated the need for exit data and required that such data be collected on all foreign nationals who entered the United States under the visa waiver program with the provision that air carriers are required to “collect and electronically transmit” passenger “arrival and departure” data to “the automated entry and exit control system” developed by the federal government. Clearly, according to Napolitano’s testimony, that didn’t happen. Inexplicably, once again she was only willing to answer behind closed doors. It would be better, Napolitano told the senators at the hearing, if they could discuss the matter in a classified setting.

Whatever information Tamerlan’s immigration records contained, the DHS secretary was not at liberty to talk. It was a staggering admission, especially since DHS would eventually be forced to release Tamerlan’s alien file pursuant to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by multiple news organizations, including the Boston Globe, in February 2016. Though dozens of pages were completely redacted, including the names of federal agencies that requested Tamerlan receive U.S. citizenship (and waive any fees for the application process), the U.S. Customs file still contained troubling information.

First, Tamerlan had multiple names and dates of birth that he had used. Then there were the two State Department Medical Examination for Immigration or Refugee Applicant forms, which had startling discrepancies. In one, the attached picture was of an unidentified older-looking man wearing a black-collared polo shirt and contained a passport number. In the second, the picture was of a teenage Tamerlan wearing an identical shirt, and the passport number had been redacted.

Another troubling form seemed innocuous at first glance: a notification instructing Tamerlan to report to 170 Portland Street in Boston on October 16, 2012, so he could finally take the official oath and become an American citizen. Even though Tamerlan was legally ineligible, somehow his naturalization application had been reopened on August 28, 2012. Among other things, the October ceremony would have meant an impossibly short turnaround for an application opened just months earlier. It remains unclear whether Tamerlan showed up at 170 Portland Street and what happened if he did show up. But the document suggests that someone was pulling strings to help him obtain the very thing he had been craving so desperately for years.

Tamerlan did not become a citizen on that October day, though the DHS will not say whether he attended. What is clear, however, is that in the weeks after that scheduled appearance, the FBI continued to email immigration officials, prodding them to approve Tamerlan’s citizenship application, according to the Office of the Inspector General’s report. Janet Napolitano, though, would not stick around to answer questions. She quit her job at the DHS months after the Boston Marathon bombings, right around the same time FBI Director Robert Mueller retired, as did the Boston FBI special agent in charge, Richard DesLauriers.

On October 22, 2012—days after the scheduled oath ceremony for Tamerlan was somehow scuttled—an immigration services officer emailed the FBI’s CT Agent saying that Tamerlan’s name had popped up on a terrorist watch list and asking if he “represented a national security concern.” The next day, the CT Agent, who investigated the initial Russian FSB warning in 2011, assured immigration officials in writing that Tamerlan was not a risk if he gained full citizenship: “There is no national security concern related to [Tamerlan Tsarnaev] and nothing that I know of that should preclude issuance of whatever is being applied for,” he wrote. The CT Agent would tell officials that he did not remember whether he searched Tamerlan’s file or public sources before he replied to the immigration official. To this day, the FBI insists that Tamerlan’s case file was closed after the CT Agent’s initial investigation in 2011, and was only reopened after the Boston Marathon attack.

On January 23, 2013, Tamerlan made a second attempt to become a U.S. citizen. He had an interview with Customs officials to discuss documentation related to his arrest for domestic violence and fully expected to walk away with his citizenship. Instead, the officer wrote, the paperwork relating to the dismissal of charges in his domestic violence arrest did not arrive and his status was delayed.

Again.

Two weeks later, on February 6, 2013, an angry Tamerlan walked into Phantom Fireworks in Seabrook, New Hampshire, and asked for the “biggest and loudest” pyrotechnics in the store."
Tweet (Walid):
"The "impartial" & "non political" #WhiteHelmets join pro-rebel demo in Mare' today protesting the 4 towns deal. Detestable hypocrites #Syria"

Tweet (Eamon Murphy):
"khrushchev saved us from nuclear war by backing down, exhibiting what might be called "basic sanity""
Tweet (POLITICO) (Trump is more than a bit of a dick):
"A kid asks Trump to sign his hat at the White House Easter Egg Roll. The president signs ... and then tosses the hat into the crowd."
The have found just the filter to identify the least competent ones!: "The FBI Says It Can Finally Find Hackers Who Don’t Smoke Weed"

Monday, April 17, 2017

Whodunit?

"Carter Page Went to Moscow With a Tape of Donald Trump Offering Treason For Hacking".  So far out there Mensch doesn't seem to have been able to find a paper with low enough standards to publish it, but it is generating some excitement amongst the Clintonistas.  What does 'sources with links to the intelligence community' and 'sources close to the intelligence community' even mean?

Related (Jewesses for WWIII):  "Rachel Maddow Is Lost in Her Cold War Conspiracies".  The Traditional Enemies Of Peace  carefully built an intellectual framework for future wars:  "What Russia-gate Has Wrought" (Parry).

The usual from the Jew-controlled media:  "Al-Qaeda Suicide Attack Kills 100+ Children, Women - Whodunit?".  Hiccup.

"Syria: Horrific Onslaught on Aramaic Christian Community of Ma’aloula at Hands of Western Backed “Moderate” Terrorists".

"Another "curveball"?"

Turkish gas? (also good criticism of Zuesse, who I refuse to link to since that unforgivable misrepresentation of Hersh):  "Calling Out Corbett Report".

"Syria: Neocons Get Almost Giddy".  I'm starting to wonder, given the 180 degree turn, and Donald's bizarre Easter speech about Passover, if Ivanka wasn't the only Trump who converted to Judaism.

"" ... the end of Turkey as we know it" The Guardian".  Country-dwelling Islamists won the vote, assuming it wasn't just fraud.

"Trump’s Political Suicide Pushes China, Iran and Russia Closer".

Sunday, April 16, 2017

'High confidence' / Ted Bundy

"How to bring down the elephant in the room".  Kumbaya solution at the end isn't helpful.  I say be as 'stiff-necked' as the Evil Ones, and always tell the truth, no matter what anyone will tell you about clever tactics.  Their entire hoary mechanism of repression revolves around truth suppression, so my faith in truth telling isn't just mysticism.  The real solution is almost Zen - you have to find ways to exploit the divisions within the monsters, divisions which almost always involve the intellectual fog caused by violent racist supremacism, and turn them against themselves.  Supremacists always break up into factions, with each group thinking it is the supreme amongst supremes, with conflicting strategies to define their own mini-group's superiority (typical is that the 'left-wing' Jews and 'right-wing' Jews are now hilariously pretending to fight over BDS, all turning on the vital issue of which group is more authentically 'Jewish'!).

"Meet The Lawyer Who's Suing Saudi Arabia For Financing The 9/11 Attacks".  The lawfare ambulance chasers are portrayed by the mainstream media, naturally, as heroes.  There are lots of excellent reasons to utterly despise the Saudis, but the fact they were framed for this American operation isn't one of them.  One of the oddities about lawfare is that it was created at a time when World Jewry saw the Gulf States as opponents of Zionism!

"US claims of Syria nerve gas attack: The anatomy of a lie" (Martin).  One thing to remember is that the Americans could not possibly have had sufficient evidence to draw any kind of valid conclusion before they made their attack (an attack utterly illegal under international law even if the Trump story was 100% true, and, needless to say, completely unconstitutional under American law).  Once the attack is made, the structural forces against admitting to a mistake make it impossible to accept any further research done by the killers or their agents.

World Jewry is treating this nonsense as an important part of their usual general murdering and land stealing effort, and we should see this as a sign of weakness and fear that their unimaginably evil aims are being rebuffed by the Syrian people:  "“Experts” coming to Bashar al-Assad’s rescue".  As I noted, it is impossible to conceive of a more on-the-point expert on this issue than Postol (it is telling that they will quibble about Postol's established expertise, but Bellingcat, peering from his basement at photos from the internet, is a world expert on everything).  Of course, no intelligence experts or agencies with a reputation to lose are willing to put their names on the American government lies.

One of our secret advantages is that the Evil Ones assume we are morons.  To be fair, there is much evidence for that, most notably amongst the American exceptionalists.  The cause for optimism is that as the monsters and their shabbos goyim continue to lazily pile on with the same kind of tricks (it is difficult not to notice an unimaginative regurgitation of Ghouta, and the false flags are coming so fast these days - evidence of desperation, not strength - even the most moronic are starting to gasp at the chutzpah), people are catching on.  The general revulsion of the 'silent majority' American people to the latest outrage is proof of that, and something we have to build on.

Remember that false flags are popular with supremacists in part because the fooling establishes their supremacism.  They can't resist over reliance on false flags as they are addicted to the rush of getting one over on the untermenschen.

"Trump Walks Into Syria Trap Via Fake ‘Intelligence’":
"Trump, we are told by gloating NeverTrumpers, has no principles. But so what? His followers do, and they are now an army of dovish “deplorables” whom we are happy to welcome into the anti-interventionist movement. Many are now readers of – and contributors to – this site, and with the War Party on the march, we expect many more to follow in their wake.

The antiwar movement is no longer the preserve of coastal elites, Chomskyite professors, and obnoxious “social justice warriors,” who kept it marginalized, brain-dead, and impotent. The Trump phenomenon, and the subsequent betrayal by a President who was elected on the strength of his resolve to avoid the mistakes of the past, has introduced some much needed ideological diversity into the ranks of anti-interventionists. As my mentor Murray Rothbard proclaimed way back in the early 1990s, “The Old Right is back!”"

"Did Al Qaeda Fool the White House Again?"  The term 'high confidence' is a joke, and means 'we're bluffing and have no confidence at all'.  It is funny how often we see the technique in the Lügenpresse of establishing a lie (like Ghouta), and then repeat the lie years later to give credibility to the most recent lie, even though the first lie had subsequently been disproven!  It reminds me of - you know - using yellowcake to improve your credibility on aluminum tubes!  Of course, one of the main Jew-controlled media techniques is 'proof' through repetition and ubiquity.  Supremacists lack all shame - once they need to pin the next al Qaeda/Turkish gas attack on Assad, they will no doubt use both Ghouta and Khan Shaykun as proof of a pattern!!!

"Australian academics witch-hunted for challenging US lies on Syria attack".  Murdoch.

Calling somebody who questions the Official Story an Assad-lover or a Putin-lover is also telling, as it is all they've got in their quiver, and it is completely circular as the only evidence for this alleged love is questioning the extraordinarily thin American story.  All the evidence for the Official Story comes from al Qaeda (!), and from the Oscar-winning White Helmets!  It is genuinely odd that the witness pool is thin as al Qaeda kills or ransoms any non-allies or even independent journalists found in its territory, yet the hero White Helmets wander around with impunity.

It has been noted by many, as it is obvious, that Assad had no motive for a gas attack, and absolutely no reason to risk the possible repercussions for absolutely no gain.  Posh say the liars, he's a madman just like Saddam, and Gaddafi, and Milošević, and Kim Jong-un, and so on (it is funny how all American enemies happen to have the same mental problems), and is clinically incapable of resisting his psychopathic urges to gas babies and tweak the nose of the American Empire, even if he ends up bayoneted in the rectum for his insanity.  The madman explanation is the only thing that gives the Official Story even the slightest hope of credibility. This mild-mannered ophthalmology student living and studying in London, who unwillingly took the President job due to the unexpected death of his brother, turns out, like all the others, to be just another Ted Bundy!  What a set of psychopath coincidences all around the world!  It sure is lucky that the United States and Israel and Saudi Arabia completely lack this madman problem!

Saturday, April 15, 2017

#SyriaHoax

"Video: Tampering with "Evidence" of Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack" (also here).  Credentials:
"By Theodore A. Postol, professor emeritus of science, technology, and national security policy at MIT.  Postol’s main expertise is in ballistic missiles. He has a substantial background in air dispersal, including how toxic plumes move in the air. Postol has taught courses on weapons of mass destruction – including chemical and biological threats – at MIT.  Before joining MIT, Postol worked as an analyst at the Office of Technology Assessment, as a science and policy adviser to the chief of naval operations, and as a researcher at Argonne National Laboratory.  He also helped build a program at Stanford University to train mid-career scientists to study weapons technology in relation to defense and arms control policy. Postol is a highly-decorated scientist, receiving the Leo Szilard Prize from the American Physical Society, the Hilliard Roderick Prize from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the Richard L. Garwin Award from the Federation of American Scientists."
"Pompeo Declines to Offer Proof that Assad Gassed His Own People, Say Putin is a Liar":  "there are things that were used to form the base of our conclusions that we can't reveal."

"Russia Says Evidence Growing Syria Chemical Attack Was Staged" - striking break from the complete and utter censorship in the Jew-controlled media of obvious alternative views.

#SyriaHoax!

Tweet (Lee Fang):
"watched 3 hours of cable news coverage of the MOAB: every channel agrees there are no details of impact & yet a stunning success"

"'Shadow Brokers' dump of NSA tools includes new Windows exploits".  "Leaked NSA Malware Threatens Windows Users Around The World".  "Latest "Shadow Brokers" Leak Reveals NSA Hacked Most Windows Platforms; SWIFT Banks".  "Protecting customers and evaluating risk". You'll no doubt note that these exploits were used to infiltrate Middle Eastern banks, i.e., as always, you can blame your insecurity on Zionist control of the United States ('war on terror').  Tweet (Edward Snowden):
"Smoking-gun evidence that NSA could have prevented today's Windows security disaster, but chose not to. Microsoft needs to take real action."

"What's particularly curious is that four of the exploits -- EternalBlue, EternalChampion, EternalRomance and EternalSynergy -- were fixed in an update just last month, on March 14th. Because "The Shadow Brokers" listed what tools they had in January, it seemed like the NSA had to know this release could happen. If someone tipped off Microsoft about the flaws, then it's unclear who. Despite a long list of acknowledgments for security issues discovered and fixed in the March 2017 update, as @thegrugq points out, there's no name listed for the MS17-010 patch that fixed these.".

"Rabbis Urge President Trump To “Act Decisively” In Syria".  From 2013:  "AIPAC to Deploy Hundreds of Lobbyists to Push for Syria Action".  Yinon and its advocates.

"If You're Wondering Why Trump Can Just Bomb Countries; Ask Obama, Bush, & Clinton".  American exceptionalism, accepted as a given by the vast majority of Americans, including those on the 'left', makes the USA the undisputed asshole country.

"Piece of Cake: New Normal of Trump's Foreign Policy" (Escobar).

"Sean Spicer, Hitler and Jewish Power".  To do list:  #1) phone Sheldon to grovel.

"Why Trump’s Lawyer Was Sued Over $350,000 He Says He Doesn’t Remember Cashing".  Ha!  This is the kind of thing which usually results in disbarment or criminal charges, but the mafia component seems to have kept the victims quiet.

"As Public Trust Dives, Trump White House Moves to Hide Visitor Logs":
"Public Citizen president Robert Weissman said, "The only reason to keep secret the White House visitor logs is to hide from the American public the corporate influence-peddlers who are seeking favors and gifts from the White House. More secrecy equals more cronyism, more insider dealing, and more corruption.""

This obvious nonsense, as Trump would boast about such contacts, not try to hide them. What kind of influence would Trump want to hide?

"Soros Sued by Fellow Billionaire in $10 Billion Mine Brawl".

If there is anything wrong with the New York Times, it is that insufficient blood pours from its fangs:  "With Bret Stephens Hire, New York Times Fills Long-Empty Pro-Israel Void on Columnist Roster"!!!  Ha!:  "Bret Stephens’s greatest hits".  Also, from February:  "New York Times hires No. 2 editor from The Wall Street Journal".

"Alt-Right Ringleader Mike Cernovich Threatens to Drop ‘Motherlode’ If Steve Bannon Is Ousted".  "If Trump Fired Bannon, Would He Seek Revenge?".  Cernovich may be the sole remaining true journalist in America.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Demons

"CONFIRMED: US sharply cuts air operations in Syria fearing Russian missiles":
". . . what this episode shows is the huge leverage the presence of the S-400 and S-300VM Antey-2500 missiles in Syria is giving the Russians.

The Russians do not need to make threats or fire missiles at the US or do any other reckless or dangerous things to make their point and to limit US air operations in Syria.  Despite all the brave talk of Russia being under pressure in Syria, the reality is that the Russians can achieve the same result simply by turning off the telephone.  That is what they have done, and it the reason for the tough negotiations between Tillerson and the Russians in Moscow."
"Trump May Send Up To 50,000 Troops To Syria".  "Syria: Watching the Jordanian Border". Trump has so many balls in the air right now that it is impossible to tell which ones are real and which ones a distraction, but Yinon through blackmail is always a good guess.  The extreme unpredictability of North Korea's reaction to any Trump hijinx, and the extreme potential damage of such a defensive reaction (nuking Seoul and Japan would cause a world-wide depression), means that Korea is almost certainly a distraction.

"H.R. McMaster’s Ties To Soros-Supported Think Tank Raise Questions".  Backdoored by the shabbos goy!

"A smart professor (yes, they DO exist) explains North Korea".  The North Koreans correctly see the United States as an unpredictable psychopathic monster that can only be handled by creating defensive deterrence to irrational monstrous attacks.  Gaddafi didn't have a bayonet up his ass until he gave up his WMDs.

"Migrants are being sold at open slave markets in Libya".  Thanks Obama (and Hillary)!

"Secstate Tillerson’s Chief Of Staff Margaret Peterlin Has Been Managing US Cyber Warfare Operations Against Russia For Years".  We had a misplaced hope that Tillerson, as an outsider, might bring some common sense to the Trump Administration, but he has just surrounded himself with the swamp and is allowing himself to be dragged down by it.  My guess is that being a lowly valet for World Jewry is going to quickly grow old, and Tillerson will soon find something else better to do with his time.

"Tillerson in Moscow: False dawn in US-Russia ties?"  I think Tillerson was there solely for the purposes of telling Putin that Trump would continue to have to use Russia as a punching bag for domestic political reasons, and Putin would have to put up with it.

"CIA Director Mike Pompeo Goes Insane, Refers To Julian Assange And His Followers As “Demons”".  "Pompeo: WikiLeaks is a 'hostile intelligence service'".  "CIA Director Smears Wikileaks After Tweeting Them During 2016 Election".  "Pompeo Likens Wikileaks’ Release Of Cia’s Hacking Tools To Philip Agee".  "WikiLeaks ‘hostile intel,’ Assange & his followers ‘demons’: CIA chief goes ballistic".  Pompeo, hiding in the closet for the last week so he couldn't be asked about the latest Syrian gas false-flag, emerges in a bizarre attack against WikiLeaks.  Of course, Pompeo wouldn't have his job had WikiLeaks not provided the information about backroom Democratic Party perfidy that helped to lead to the Killary loss (in large part due to natural Democrat voters staying home as they couldn't tolerate the Clinton stench).  I have to assume that this is part of the general Trump mania - striking out simultaneously everywhere to change the subject and take the traditional American exceptionalist positions - caused by the blackmail threats against him.

Tweet (WikiLeaks):
"Those tunnels the U.S is bombing in Afghanistan? They were built by the CIA http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/11/magazine/lost-at-tora-bora.html … (via @GabiElenaDohm)"

Some of the deplorables are wondering if all that money spend on building things and then blowing them up might be better spent elsewhere.

"An Entire Generation is Likely to See Its Standard of Living Regress".

"MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Sees A “Russia Connection” Lurking Around Every Corner".

"Piecing Together More Details on Trump and Russia".  Note that the GCHQ spying on Trump, at one point treated as the height of silly attempted Trumpian deflection from his own treason, is now accepted as a given!  "British spies were first to spot Trump team's links with Russia".  "Report: British Intelligence Agencies, In Addition to Six Other Nations, Were All Spying on Trump".  "CNN Confirms Fox's Napolitano - British Intelligence Passed On Trump Surveillance To US Spy Agency".  This is amazing - Napolitano was 100% right all along, and the only nonsense was GCHQ calling Napolitano's allegations 'nonsense'.

"Will Russiagate Become Obamagate?":
"The arguments that President Obama and former National Security Advisor Susan Rice have been making, asserting that they knew nothing about politically charged and highly sensitive FBI investigations are, of course, nonsense. Rice’s request for the identities of Americans appearing on transcripts of communications intercepts reveals that there was very much a heightened sense of the political dimensions of what was taking place. And she would have undoubtedly conveyed as much to her boss, suggesting yet again that the latest chapter in Russiagate may turn out to be Obamagate after all."

"The Russians Are Leaving // Why Members of the 'Putin Aliyah' Are Abandoning Israel".

"New Book Claims FBI Obstructed Justice In Boston Bombing" (sounds like the CIA handler, cleaning up loose ends, was allowed to escape):
"The book also contains some revelations about the night Tamerlan was killed in a shootout with police that beg for further investigation. For one, many of the cops who engaged the brothers in a shootout on Laurel Street in Watertown, Massachusetts, swear they saw two different muzzle flashes, indicating they were being shot at with two different firearms. However, only one firearm was ever recovered.

Watertown cop Jeffrey Pugliese encountered a still unknown individual in the backyard of one of the houses next to the shootout who appeared to be fleeing the scene. He did not pursue the mystery man at the time because he was focused on neutralizing the shooters. Is it possible this individual was the source of the second muzzle flash? Despite FBI pronouncements to the contrary, it appears possible, even likely, the Tsarnaevs had at least one accomplice.
Also, carjacking victim Dun Meng told investigators he first saw Dzhokhar emerge from 89 Dexter Avenue, a house around the corner from the scene of the shootout and an area the Tsarnaevs would return to repeatedly that night. After loading their stockpile of bombs into the back of Meng’s Mercedes SUV on Dexter Avenue, the brothers headed back to Cambridge to get gas, at a station where Meng made his escape.

According to McPhee, some cops suspect that members of a larger cell who may have helped the Tsarnaev brothers lived at 89 Dexter Avenue. When McPhee interviewed the owner of the property days after the shootout, he warned her to watch what she said because “the place is bugged by the FBI,” he said.

Strangest of all, according to McPhee, two of the residents of 89 Dexter have an uncanny resemblance to both Tamerlan and Dzhokhar. McPhee claims the now infamous “Naked Man,” who many still believe was actually Tamerlan Tsarnaev, but who police claim was just an innocent bystander, lived in the apartment. The other was a Saudi national who looked so much like Dzhokhar that he was taken into custody and questioned for hours. To this day, no one else has been named a suspect."

"What Everybody Needs to Know About Venezuela Protest Deaths".

"Tennessee Could Give Taxpayers America's Fastest Internet For Free, But It Will Give Comcast and AT&T $45 Million Instead". To be fair, these politicians/crooks have managed to fight off the only important issue for the people of Tennessee, sharia law!

On a lighter note:  "Clinton campaign plagued by bickering".  "Israel’s first trans officer helps with ethnic cleansing".

Thursday, April 13, 2017

That Trump 180

Is this the blackmail (note Qatar)?:  "Twitter Rumor: German and British Intel caught Trump kids on tape committing criminal acts".  The only kind of thing that might push this off the news is a nuclear attack on North Korea, and the ensuing self-defensive annihilation of Seoul and parts of Japan.

In honour of this day

"Ted Postol Updated Assessment of U.S. Gov Claims Regarding the Khan Shaykhun, Syria Attack".

"The Malleable Bi-Partisan Utility of Poison Gas".

"Mother of All Bombs joy: A pure Culture of Lickpittle moment".

Tweet (Murad Gazdiev):
"America essentially just used a WMD.

#Trump's bomb has a kill radius of ~1.6km. An 8km² kill-zone.

Pic: if it were dropped on Manhattan."

"An Interview with Edward Burtynsky" (the Canadian photographer who takes photos made into huge prints of the big footprints of humans on the world):
"How was the Nigeria experience versus some of the other countries you have ventured to?

Well Nigeria is scary as shit, whereas Bangladesh was never scary. People were really friendly in Bangladesh. In Nigeria, you had to be careful.

Nigeria was scary for what? Kidnapping?

Yeah, kidnapping.

I heard that.

People kidnap, because you’re worth about 250k. There’s a price. You can actually buy kidnapping insurance.

You had that?

No, I looked at it, but I didn’t buy it. It would have cost $2,000. If you’re a backpacker with a grubby beard, and dreads, I don’t think they will be thinking, oh I can get $250,000 from you. But if you’re a director, and there’s drones and equipment, and you have an entourage, they might see you as someone of value. You have to be careful. For pilots, you’re always in a compound. You’re never allowed to go out by yourself on the streets in Nigeria because if you get nabbed, the oil company pays. The ransom is $250,000. You give them $250,000, and they let you go. It’s like a deal. That seems to be the number. So I didn’t choose to buy it, but I paid close to $30,000 for security.

Bangladesh was nicer?

Well, the people were friendlier. I mean I’ve worked a lot in Muslim countries that they will give you their shirt off their back. They’re the friendliest people. They will invite you to their house, and give you whatever they’ve got.

You’re “the guest”.

Yes, and they are happy to share their food. So, I have nothing but say but good things about Bangladesh.

Finally, I really enjoyed your series of shooting ships being broken down. That’s a fascinating subject.

Yeah. It was the craziest thing I ever saw."
Tweet (FuzzyWuzzy):
"In honour of this day, "How to Roll a Joint", with legendary Canadian historian and bon vivant, Pierre Berton. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z-IgxrBIVw …  #CBC"

Pretty much

"The New Ten Commandents".

Chocolate cake / silent coup / destabilize

Tweet (a Traditional Enemy Of Peace, blood pouring from his fangs, linking to Bellingcat!!!):
"Do those who still insist Syrian govt didn't drop chemical weapons have any idea how much evidence they are denying?"
The 'evidence' they are denying:

  1. "Exclusive: Top Missile and Chemical Weapons Expert Debunks Trump’s Claims About Syrian Chemical Weapons" ("Postol believes this provides circumstantial evidence that the chemical was released from the ground, and that the perpetrator intentionally waited for a calm day to set it off.");
  2. "White House claims on Syria chemical attack ‘obviously false’ – MIT professor";
  3. "A Quick Turnaround Assessment of the White House Intelligence Report Issued on April 11, 2017  About the Nerve Agent Attack in Khan Shaykhun, Syria." (also here);
  4. "Intelligence and Military Sources Who Warned About Weapons Lies Before Iraq War Now Say that Assad Did NOT Launch Chemical Weapon Attack";
  5. "UK-trained doctor hailed a hero for treating gas attack victims in Syria stood trial on terror offences ‘and belonged to the group that kidnapped British reporter John Cantlie’";
  6. "Questioning The Narrative Around Alleged Chemical Attack In Syria Is Not Fringe";
  7. "Trump Withholds Syria-Sarin Evidence" (Parry):  ". . . it remains a mystery why this intelligence assessment is not coming directly from President Trump’s intelligence chiefs as is normally the case, either with an official Intelligence Estimate or a report issued by the Director of National Intelligence.";
  8. "Media’s Double Standards on Conspiracy Theories #NotNormal".
Trump seems to be in some kind of tragic final death spiral, accelerated - I know politicians lie, but I can say I've never seen such a 180 degree turn in such a short time! - within a 24-hour period (what does World Jewry have on him? - this looks like a silent BigJew/IC coup d'etat):

  1. "Trump says NATO no longer 'obsolete'";
  2. "Trump Reverses On NATO: "It's No Longer Obsolete"";
  3. "Right now, we’re not getting along with Russia at all. We may be at an all-time low in terms of relationship with Russia. This has built for a long period of time, but we’ll see what happens.", though Trump did back off a bit on the Lügenpresse fantasy of Russian pre-knowledge or even involvement in the al Qaeda gas attack (see also);
  4. "Petraeus and McMaster have Taken Over the NSC, Want Massive Ground War with Syria" (Cernovich);
  5. "Trump Flips On Five Core Campaign Promises In Under 24 Hours" (note that a lot of these turn directly on finding the money to fight Wars For The Jews, up to and including WWIII);
  6. "Trump just made some very strange comments about Stephen Bannon".
What would Mercer think about wasting all this sweet 0.1% money on another War For The Jews?

"Swedish NGO's Head Receives Threats After Claiming White Helmets' Video Fake".

"While Apologizing For Hitler Fiasco, Spicer Says Trump Trying To “Destabilize” Middle East".  For a press secretary, Spicer is not good on his feet, and he is most certainly grasping for words here by parroting the instructions he has overheard from BigJew to the Trump Administration.  Destabilize.

"The Case for Neo Isolationism".  It will always amuse me that Americans think they can afford the luxury of Wars For The Jews, although it is even more hilarious that anybody might still propose the USA as a positive example of anything!

"Why Is Trump Fighting ISIS in Syria?" by Thomas L. Friedman.  One of the most amazing things I've ever read, expressly advocating Yinon by supporting the head loppers:
"America’s goal in Syria is to create enough pressure on Assad, Russia, Iran and Hezbollah so they will negotiate a power-sharing accord with moderate Sunni Muslims that would also ease Assad out of power. One way to do that would be for NATO to create a no-fly safe zone around Idlib Province, where many of the anti-Assad rebels have gathered and where Assad recently dropped his poison gas on civilians. But Congress and the U.S. public are clearly wary of that.

So what else could we do? We could dramatically increase our military aid to anti-Assad rebels, giving them sufficient anti-tank and antiaircraft missiles to threaten Russian, Iranian, Hezbollah and Syrian helicopters and fighter jets and make them bleed, maybe enough to want to open negotiations. Fine with me.

What else? We could simply back off fighting territorial ISIS in Syria and make it entirely a problem for Iran, Russia, Hezbollah and Assad. After all, they’re the ones overextended in Syria, not us. Make them fight a two-front war — the moderate rebels on one side and ISIS on the other. If we defeat territorial ISIS in Syria now, we will only reduce the pressure on Assad, Iran, Russia and Hezbollah and enable them to devote all their resources to crushing the last moderate rebels in Idlib, not sharing power with them."

World Jewry has clearly decided that their 'red line' is Syrian territorial integrity achieved with Iranian help, help which will give Iran even more influence throughout the Shi'ite Crescent, and are prepared to stake everything, and use all blackmail, shekeling, and media control, to block it, and Yinonize Syria.

"Trillary’s Victory".  Interesting bit at the end on Churchill's civilian bombing strategy.  Tweet (Jeffrey Kaye):
"The US firebombing of North Korea was so intense it even sickened Gen. McArthur. 630,000 tons of bombs, mostly napalm dropped by the US"

Watch out for this evil pos Mother Jones writer!

"An Analysis of the Trump-Bartiromo Exchange Which Involved President XI, Chocolate Cake and Missile Strikes".  Tweet (Daniel Dale):
"Here, side by side, is the information provided by the American president and the Chinese president about the same phone call."

Tweet (Ben Norton):
"This call for World War III was tweeted from 7-year-old Bana Alabed's Twitter account, then later deleted.
Now she has a major book deal."

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

I'm sorry, but this is madness

"Elliott Abrams: Step one is getting rid of Steve Bannon".  In case what is going on isn't obvious enough.

"Trump Exclusive: We're Not Going Into Syria".  "Trump: ‘We’re not going into Syria’".  I gather that the blackmail he is facing isn't quite enough to override the screams from his 'base', but note that he leaves open the possibility of escalation based on the planned next false-flag attack.

"Trump Should Rethink Syria Escalation".

"Intelligence and Military Sources Who Warned About Weapons Lies Before Iraq War Now Say that Assad Did NOT Launch Chemical Weapon Attack".  It remains striking that the issue of what actually went on at Khan Sheikhoun remains completely uninteresting to the Lügenpresse, still cheering on an attack made before any possible casus belli could be established.

"No Pause: Syrian Fight Against Terrorism Goes on With Full Force".

"Who's Playing The Long Game--and What's Their Game Plan?"  Incoherent - you sometimes have to pause and ask yourself if these writers are actually retarded - as it misses the elephant in the room.  The long game relates to building imperial strength, but it is clearly not American imperial strength, which collapses with each passing day and each horrible decision.  Come on, this isn't difficult!  The latest instructions are to continue with Yinon in Syria, and certainly reduce or end Iranian influence in Syria and Iraq.

"I'm sorry, but this is madness."

"While Apologizing For Hitler Fiasco, Spicer Says Trump Trying To "Destabilize" Middle East".  "Sean Spicer Apologizes for Distracting from Trump’s Attempt to Destabilize Middle East".  "Nancy Pelosi & Various Jews Demand Firing of Sean Spicer for Hilarious Gassing Comments" ("his own people", "Holocaust centers"!):
"I think when you come to sarin gas, he was not using the gas on his own people the same way that Assad is doing … He brought them into the Holocaust centers, I understand that."

Gilding the lily (who would do such a thing?):  "That Viral Sean Spicer Apology About 'Fellow Germans' Is Totally Fake".

"Le Pen attacked for denying French role in wartime roundup of Jews".  A risky strategy (she may have non-lying polling data).

"Sarin gas delivered to Al-Nusra from Turkey".  Turkey is the obvious culprit, for geographic, ideological and strategic reasons.

"McMaster and Russia by Willy B".

"The Left’s Neocons".  Much as I approve of Gabbard, we have to consider the role of Hindu group supremacism in Islamophobia (we're starting to see this in Canada, mixed with Christian Islamophobia, and it turns on India/Pakistan).

This won't end well:  "Sudanese official defends decision to have CIA office in Khartoum".  It's all fun and games until you get a bayonet up the butt.

"Navalny promised protesters 10k Euro".  When taking the Soros money, always get paid in advance!

I noticed this too:  "Fake News at Work in Spam Kingpin’s Arrest?".  Also:  "Fake News AP article claims “anonymous” source says Russia “knew in advance about Syria chemical attack”".  The liars seem to be experimenting with what they can get away with while creating an atmosphere of anti-Russian hysteria.

Trudeau, after taking some care in the initial response, got his shekels:  "Russia partly to blame for Syria attack, solution can’t include Assad: Trudeau".

Medvedev's horrible decision not to protect the people of Libya from the predations of the wicked witch Killary - a decision opposed by Putin - is still the governing factor in the failure of World Jewry to separate Russia from its allies.

"Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Run for President One More Time".  Not exactly:  "Mahmoud Ahmadinejad registers to run for president".

"Symantec Attributes 40 Cyber Attacks To CIA-Linked Hacking Tools".

"The coming constitutional convention train-wreck".  The collapse of the Democratic Party at the state level is so consistent that it is difficult to see it as anything other than a Koch conspiracy. The payoff to the 0.1%, at the expense of everybody else, will be huge.