Wednesday, June 19, 2019


Tweets (Adam H. Johnson):
"Note Iran “violates” the deal, the US simply “withdraws” from it"
"(Sanctioning Iran was a violation of the deal)"
"From coup leaders to con artists: Juan Guaidó’s gang exposed for massive humanitarian aid fraud" (Cohen).  "Massive Embezzlement Scandal Threatens Juan Guaido’s Political Future" (Rubinstein).  Good for Avendaño for publishing it!  You never see such things in the usual western (((media))), famous to sticking to the Official Story, whatever it is, like glue (an example is this very story, apparently not 'newsworthy').  "Poll Finds Maduro's Domestic Support Stronger After Coup Attempt & US Pressures" (Durden).  Actually, I suspect this poll grossly understates the relative popularity of Marduro versus Guido (the richer people with more access to technology always get over-polled, even in those extremely rare situations when pollsters are trying to be honest and competent).

"US and Canada Are Backing an Elite White Supremacist Minority in Venezuela" (Pear).  It's white supremacist Justin!  Well of course it is.

"Study Linking US Sanctions to Venezuelan Deaths Buried by Reuters for Over a Month" (Emersberger).  The common thread in the world today is for the Assholians to cause a major problem, and then purport to 'fix' the problem by 'regime change'.  This is a long-standing plan, but only used to happen from time to time.  Now it is everywhere and always.

"Declassified: The Sino-Russian Masterplan To End U.S. Dominance In Middle East" (Bodansky).  Lots of details - which are essentially unreported in the (((media))) - on the ongoing war of the Americans and their jihadist proxies against Iran and Syria (and on Iran's increasing presence in Syria, despite all the illegal Israeli attacks), but bizarrely accepts the American Official Story of the attack on the two ships.  Because of Iran's physical location, China needs to throw in its lot with Iran, and thus Russia does too.  You could say the spirit of the age is Jews Versus Geography. and geography will always win that battle.

You'd think that Modi could position India to play off China and the US, but instead he is fucking up simultaneously on both fronts:  "Modi wades into Eurasianism" (Bhadrakumar) and "India is escalating a trade fight with America. It's a high risk strategy" (Iyengar).

"Remember the Vincennes? The US’s Long History of Provoking Iran" (Washington, Jr).

Freedom gas ain't free:  "US Poised to Approve Shipping LNG by Rail for Export With No New Safety Rules" (Mikulka).

"Koch-Oil Big Lies and Ecocide Writ Large in Canada" (McMurtry). Note that the pipelines - ecological disasters, particularly directed at the indigenous population - are needed to move the hydrocarbons out of Alberta so people like the Kochs can make the big bucks processing them elsewhere.  They leave behind the permanent ecological devastation of Alberta, and the Alberta hillbillies - the closest thing Canada has to your average Assholians - are such morons they are fine with that, and are in fact militant on imposing their will, and their mistakes, on everybody else!  There's a massive pro-pipeline advertising campaign going on in Canada now.  Teh Stupid is so strong it is almost funny.

(((Munk))):  "Reporters investigated abuse and corruption at a Barrick gold mine in Tanzania. They faced threats and censorship" (Guégan/Schilis-Galleg).  The human rights abuses have been going on for years, as have the extreme efforts by Barrick to repress reporting of them.  "Barrick Gold founder Peter Munk leaves a tarnished legacy" (Saunders).  From beyond the grave, his shekels continue to fund right-wing PR.

Summary of the current state of Killarygate/Barrygate, as ironically revealed by the failed efforts involved in Russiagate:  "Exposing the Fraudulent DNC Suit Against Trump for Russian Collusion by Larry C Johnson".

"Stefan Halper To Appear At Cambridge Spy Conference In July" (Ross).  Mifsud could make a special guest appearance, to the delirious applause of the crowd.

"Trump’s Trade Threats Are Really Cold War 2.0" (Hudson):
"At stake is whether China will agree to do what Russia did in the 1990s: put a Yeltsin-like puppet of neoliberal planners in place to shift control of its economy from its government to the U.S. financial sector and its planners. So the fight really is over what kind of planning China and the rest of the world should have: by governments to raise prosperity, or by the financial sector to extract revenue and impose austerity.

U.S. diplomacy aims to make other countries dependent on its agricultural exports, its oil (or oil in countries that U.S. majors and allies control), information and military technology. This trade dependency will enable U.S. strategists to impose sanctions that would deprive economies of basic food, energy, communications and replacement parts if they resist U.S. demands.

The objective is to gain financial control of global resources and make trade “partners” pay interest, licensing fees and high prices for products in which the United States enjoys monopoly pricing “rights” for intellectual property. A trade war thus aims to make other countries dependent on U.S.-controlled food, oil, banking and finance, or high-technology goods whose disruption will cause austerity and suffering until the trade “partner” surrenders."
"All The Cyber-Attack Stories From The Past Few Days Can't Be Linked...Can They?" (Luther).  Note that the Russian story may be American intelligence disinfo, a trick to worry the Russians by making them paranoid about the security of their systems (note that Sanger is a well known American IC asset, and all the questions about this can be answered if this is an American intelligence operation), but the Clintonistas think the story is that the Pentagon, fearing that Trump would tell Putin, hid the operation from him (and not the inherent humanitarian wrongness of it, the gross hypocrisy of doing this while wailing about Russiagate, or the issues of deceiving their own Commander in Chief)!:  "Trump's Own Advisors Consider Him A Serious National Security Risk" (Madrak).

"US Cyber Attack on Russia’s Power Grid is an ‘Act of War’ (According to the US)" (Lindorff).  It seems like the height of asymmetrical war folly for the hegemon to start a fight where the opposing forces have equal if not superior capabilities, and its own systems are vulnerable, but nobody ever said the politicians and bureaucrats of the hegemon were smart.

"Putin, Xi Urge End To MAD World. Lord Russell's Spectre Frowns" (Ehret).  Just look at those evil and immoral Chinese and Russian leaders, suggesting that Wars For The Jews money be spent on human development!

"It's Back To Cold War Days Over The Baltic" (Madsen).  It is amusing to watch a group of politicians make a series of obviously highly stupid decisions against the interests of their own peoples.  What the fucking hell happened to Scandinavia, anyway?

"Dean Meredith Raimondo’s Reading List" (Quintilian).  It is growing ever more obvious, starting with, for example, the connections of Soros to antifa, that there is a planned, very high level, SJW conspiracy afoot, one that has been accelerated by the 'threat' of Trump.  One of the more interesting - some might say, inevitable - side effects of the conspiracy is that it is undermining the causes for which the SJWs purport to stand.

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Wanted, Misery Instigator

"Why the US rushed to propagate the 'naval mine' scenario to explain recent attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman" (The Unbalanced Evolution of Homo Sapiens).  When you think you are good at de-mining, everything looks like a mine.  Of course, Iran has hidden placements all along the water, and will defend itself with rockets, presumably sinking oil-carrying ships in such a way as to block the Strait, all before Americans will be able to do anything, and the World Great Depression will be on.  Trump will lose any chance of reelection, and will be extraordinarily lucky to stay out of jail.  I sure hope he enjoys Sheldon's shekels, as he may have to use them in the prison commissary.

However, Trump's not being Killary, and his being a stable genius, will mean that the most that will happen is some kind of Assholian missile attack on some Iranian military target, in the spirit of the 'gas' attacks on Syria.  This will happen, if it does (Trump does demonstrate sense from time to time), as Sheldon/Bolton will tell him he can't afford to look 'weak' (it being far better to look like a senile, blackmailed, beshekeled fool).

Some reasons for optimism:  "Trump: "I Think I Know" Who Was Behind 9/11 Attacks" (Durden), and, if he can limit himself to another rounding-error level of response "Hoax Patrol: 1,000 More Troops to the Middle East" (Anglin).

Needless to say, entirely thanks to their ((('donor'))) issue, the Democrats are hopeless. "Mike Pompeo Said Congress Doesn’t Need to Approve War with Iran. 2020 Democrats Aren’t Having It." (Lacy/Schwarz).  Despite this silly posturing, I guarantee that they will go along with any nonsense Trump comes up with on Iran, as that is what their ((('donors'))) want.  That miraculous, never-ceasing AUMF is going to last until the last shekel bribe is paid.

"‘What is Trump’s motivation to be provocative with Iran?’ Pelosi asks– and the answer is Adelson" (Weiss).  The only difference between Pelosi and Trump? - different ((('donors'))).

"Officials Worldwide Are Skeptical of Claim that Iran Attacked Tankers In Gulf of Oman" (Washington's Blog).  You have to love that the American story is so sketch that even Bellingcat took this opportunity to attempt to build a smidgen of credibility by not entirely retyping the American line!

It is interesting to watch the Anglo-American (((media))) fall entirely in line with the Official Story (despite a few quibbles early on at the sheer implausibility of the tale), while the entire rest of the world doesn't buy it.  "‘NYT’ readers call out the newspaper for abetting war against Iraq and now Iran" (North/Weiss).  Wokenness is now so common they are going to have to eliminate comments entirely, or even start jailing you for making one (((they))) don't like.  "Watch Out 8chan; FBI Search Warrant Issued For Anyone Who Commented On Poway Synagogue Shooting" (Durden).

"Outrage on Capitol Hill over ‘completely unacceptable’ US-funded scheme to shape Iran debate" (Mortazavi/Daragahi).  "Trump administration cuts funding to anti-Iran group that trolls human rights activists" (Perrone).

Rigorous: "Is The “Hate Group” Concept A Legitimate Intellectual Concept Or Nothing More Than A Weapon Of Cultural Marxist Hegemony? " (de Droevig).

"The Trust Project: Big Media and Silicon Valley’s Weaponized Algorithms Silence Dissent" (Webb).

"John Cusack Makes Anti-Semitic Tweet, Claims a Bot is Responsible" (Daily Stormer).

"The Gulf of Credibility" (Murray).  Look, we know that the attacks were not the work of the Iranian government.  We can be certain.  Iran is a theocracy, and the attack, occurring when the Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was meeting Abe, on ships involved in shipping hydrocarbons to Japan, is a direct insult to the Ayatollah. This is literally an impossible action for the Iranian government to take.  It is close to blasphemy. Of course, there are Iranian hard liners who could have done it to assert the idea that Iran doesn't have to seek concession from anybody, but you cannot blame the Iranian government for that.

""Saddam & Bin Laden Ties" Redux: Pompeo Blamed Iran For Taliban Suicide Bombing" (Durden).

"The Not So “Nice” Map of Israel" (Southlea).  In the spirit of illegally giving the Khazar donors every single fucking thing they have ever asked for:  "For Israel, Annexation of the West Bank is a Long-established Goal" (Cook).  "“Trump Heights”: Netanyahu Opens Illegal Settlement Named After Traitor American President" (Anglin):  "Yeah, who cares if his wife spent six million dollars on takeout sushi."

Tweet (David Sheen):
"Israeli journal : “The State of Israel filed in a Tel Aviv district court to request the issue of a publication ban on proceedings relating to the selling of arms and military know-how to neo-Nazi militias in the Ukraine”"
"Recruiting American Spies for Israel" (Giraldi).

"Tomgram: William Astore, The Dark Side of Air Power".  The American way of fighting wars is to bomb the shit out of civilians, and hope the government agrees to 'regime change' to stop the carnage.  This is how the big casualty numbers for American troops are avoided (no boots on the ground to die if the war is just dropping bombs).  Of course, it depends on the civil authority in the victim country caring about its civilian population.

"Egypt's Former President, Mohamed Morsi, Has Died In Court" (Durden).  Kind of a Milošević situation, with the bonus that he actually is alleged to have croaked in the courtroom!

"Say hello to the Russia-China operating system" (Escobar). Great work by Trump, hastening imperial decline while driving Russia and China closer together.

"Hassan Diab and His Supporters Demand Public Release of Segal Report and Renew Call for Public Inquiry and Reform of Canada’s Extradition Act".

And just when I think Trudeau has reached moral rock bottom, a want ad for a Misery Instigator:  "Ottawa hires Hit Man to Overthrow Venezuelan Government" (Engler).  Note that this got a bracketed line in a story over a year ago, but otherwise was not deemed to be 'news'.

Saturday, June 15, 2019

We'll be back for you Jeffery!

"Iran can be Trump’s nemesis" (Bhadrakumar).  Solid summary.

This is an odd one, as neither the usual warmongering and lying (((media outlets))), including CNN and even the turbo-Zionist AP, nor the usual lackeys (Britain being an embarrassing anomaly), have jumped in as you would normally expect to reinforce the Assholian/Zionist PR.  So this is not the usual PR war prep, but just more of the kind of strategy of destabilization and pressures with the view of leading to regime change, with the bonus of raising oil prices and damaging the visit of Abe.  Of course, Bolton, on MEK's payroll, would like an accident to spiral out of control and lead to war, but the normal signs of a War For The Jews - there are literally so many Wars For The Jews, and so much lying PR, that we can all recognize the signs! - just aren't there.

"The curious case of the tankers" (South).  The general consensus is that this was probably Saudi (the Israelis would have done a competent job at it!), and the irony is that Pompeo is basing his case on footage of the Iranians trying to help.

"US Officials Say Tanker Crew "Detained" - While Russia Thanks Iran For "Rescuing" Its Nationals" (Durden).

"Why would Iran attack two tankers near the Strait of Hormuz?" (Snow).  Another big player uninterested in this war - the Pentagon.

Moon has advise for Iran, a kind of strategy of tension for the Strait of Hormuz:  "Iran Decided To Put Maximum Pressure On Trump - Here Is How It Will Do It".  It is terrible advice, but . . .

"Trump Admin Aims To Kill Historic Talks And Strangle Iran With Evidence-Free Accusations" (Norton).

"Donald Kushner Thinks You’re Stupid Enough to Believe Iran Wants a War Because They’re Metaphysically Evil" (Anglin).

This is the way to deal with shenanigans, put a cost on it:  "Following Idiotic False Flag Hoax, China Pledges to Strengthen Ties with Iran" (Anglin).

You can see why the Clintonistas hate Solomon so much:  "Solomon: Delerious Democrats Now Accusing Team Obama Of Treason":
"If you read the newspapers, tuned into the cable TV pundits or received an email from one of the Democrats running for president, you’d swear Donald Trump was back to his treasonous ways.
All that was missing was an annoying OMG text exclamation punctuating the unfounded claims that Trump might violate the law in 2020 by accepting intelligence on a political rival from a foreign country. The inference, of course, is that it would come from a hostile power such as  Russia or North Korea or Iran.

Actually, what Trump told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos was that he’d consider taking intelligence dirt about a rival from a friendly ally. (Norway was the actual example he used.)
Sound familiar? That is EXACTLY what the Obama administration did in 2016. It’s something no one in the media or the political space grasped during the tsunami of breathless reaction that followed the interview.
In July 2016, the Obama administration accepted unsolicited information from Alexander Downer, an Australian diplomat who just happened to have helped arrange a $25 million government donation to the Clinton Foundation years before. Downer said that he had witnessed a Trump campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, bragging about some dirt that the Russians supposedly had on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Though Downer’s claim was reported two-plus months after the alleged event, and was only hearsay gathered at a London tavern, the Obama administration gave it to the FBI which, in turn, thought it was weighty enough to justify opening a counterintelligence case against the lawfully elected Republican nominee for president.
In other words, the Democratic administration accepted dirt from a foreign friendly and used it to justify investigating its GOP rival.
And then, OMG, they did it again just a few weeks later.
In October 2016, less than three weeks from Election Day, the Obama Justice Department approved a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to spy on the Trump campaign through its former adviser, Carter Page. The primary evidence supporting the warrant? A dossier written by a foreign friendly named Christopher Steele, a retired MI6 intelligence agent from Great Britain. Of course, the Justice Department and the FBI forgot to tell the courts that Steele actually was working on behalf of the Clinton campaign, but that’s a small detail for the purpose of this column.
For the second time in three months, the Obama administration took dirt on Trump from a foreign ally — this time, from one in Europe — and weaponized it for a criminal investigation.
No offense, but the media really are giving Trump way too much credit for the idea he floated on ABC News. The real scandal is that he’s just plagiarizing a playbook already used by Obama, Clinton and those 2016 Democrats."
"Orthodox Jews Threaten "Motherf***er" NY Lawmaker After Anti-Vax Law Passes" (Durden).  Note that Dinowitz is seen as one of them who is committing treason.

"Mossad role in Israel’s war against BDS confirmed" (Winstanley). Seeing as BDS is a Zionist trick, spending this much time and effort in pretending to oppose it is deep 'Dialectic'.

'Human rights' again (!), goyim, it's amazing how often the self-styled virtue leaders are the worst monsters imaginable, almost as if they hide behind a cloak of purest hypocrisy:  tweet (Christian Christensen):
"“A leading human rights campaigner and head of a prestigious London art gallery is the co-owner of an Israeli cyberweapons company whose software has allegedly been used by authoritarian regimes to spy on dissidents.”"
Wars For The Jews is also the biggest part of the climate change issue, meaning that 'anti-Semitism' is literally essential to the continuance of life on earth (I'm not even slightly kidding or exaggerating, and we'll start to see progress only when the woke combine environmentalism with anti-war with full Khazar skepticism):
"From 2001 to 2017, the Pentagon’s emissions totaled 766 million metric tons, according to a new Brown University report. That makes the U.S. military by far the world’s largest single source of CO2 emissions."

Friday, June 14, 2019

Buster Keaton outtake

"US CENTCOM releases grainy video of boat to accuse Iran of attacks".  Tweet (Julian Charles):
"Pompeo establishes Iranian responsibility with Buster Keston outtake"
Tweet (Matthew Cooper):
"Gulf of Trumpkin"
So ridiculously suspicious even CNN (!), famous, even by (((media))) standards, for its rigorous commitment to lying, can't swallow it:  "Iran FM: "Suspicious Doesn't Begin To Describe" Attack On Japanese Tanker During Abe's State Visit" (Durden).

I'm sure Bolton had a hand in this attack too:  "JOHN KIRIAKOU: Bolton’s Long Goodbye" (Kiriakou).

"Convenient "Tanker Attacks" as US Seeks War with Iran" (Cartalucci) (on one-issue-guy Haim's 'dialectic' when he's not tied up writing jokes for The Onion; my emphasis in red):
"All of this amounts to a renewed push toward a more direct conflict between the United States and Iran after years of proxy war in Syria Washington-backed forces have decisively lost.

It is also a continuation of long-standing US foreign policy regarding Iran put into motion over a decade ago and carried out by each respective presidency since.

Continued sanctions and the elimination of waivers are part of Washington's unilateral withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) or the "Iran Nuclear Deal." The deal was signed in 2015 with the US withdrawing in 2018.

While the decision is portrayed as political differences between former US President Barack Obama and current US President Donald Trump - in reality - the plan's proposal, signing, and then withdrawal from by the US was planned in detail as early as 2009 as a means of justifying long sought-after war with Iran.

In their 2009 paper, "Which Path to Persia?: Options for a New American Strategy Toward Iran" (PDF), the corporate-financier funded Brookings Institution would first admit the complications of US-led military aggression against Iran (emphasis added): 

...any military operation against Iran will likely be very unpopular around the world and require the proper international context—both to ensure the logistical support the operation would require and to minimize the blowback from it. 
The paper then lays out how the US could appear to the world as a peacemaker and depict Iran's betrayal of a "very good deal" as the pretext for an otherwise reluctant US military response (emphasis added): 
The best way to minimize international opprobrium and maximize support (however, grudging or covert) is to strike only when there is a widespread conviction that the Iranians were given but then rejected a superb offerone so good that only a regime determined to acquire nuclear weapons and acquire them for the wrong reasons would turn it down. Under those circumstances, the United States (or Israel) could portray its operations as taken in sorrow, not anger, and at least some in the international community would conclude that the Iranians “brought it on themselves” by refusing a very good deal.
And from 2009 onward, this is precisely what the United States set out to achieve. 

First with President Obama's signing of the 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal, up to and including President Trump's attempts to backtrack from it based on fabricated claims Iran failed to honor the agreement.  

The 2009 policy paper also discussed "goading" Iran into war, claiming (emphasis added):
With provocation, the international diplomatic and domestic political requirements of an invasion [of Iran] would be mitigated, and the more outrageous the Iranian provocation (and the less that the United States is seen to be goading Iran), the more these challenges would be diminished. In the absence of a sufficiently horrific provocation, meeting these requirements would be daunting.
Unmentioned directly, but also an obvious method for achieving Washington's goal of provoking war with Iran would be the US simply staging an "Iranian provocation" itself.

As the US had done in Vietnam following the Gulf of Tonkin incident, or US fabrications regardings "weapons of mass destruction" Washington claimed Iraq held in its possession, the US has a clear track record of not just simply provoking provocations, but staging them itself.

The Brookings paper even admits to the unlikelihood of Iran falling into Washington's trap, lamenting (emphasis added): is certainly the case that if Washington sought such a provocation, it could take actions that might make it more likely that Tehran would do so (although being too obvious about this could nullify the provocation). However, since it would be up to Iran to make the provocative move, which Iran has been wary of doing most times in the past, the United States would never know for sure when it would get the requisite Iranian provocation. In fact, it might never come at all.

The alleged sabotaging of oil tankers off the shore of the UAE in May and now additional "attacks" this month could be the beginning of a series of staged provocations aimed at leveraging the recent listing of the IRGC as a "terrorist organization" coupled with increased economic pressure as a result of US sanctions re-initiated after the US' own withdrawal from the Iran Deal.
The spike in oil prices caused by this sort of attack is also very helpful to the Saudis, who are struggling to make ends meet with the current per barrel price of oil.

This is very good:  "Trump Thinks US Oil Is His Strength When It's His Achilles' Heel" (Luongo).  Note that the prices that are causing the Saudis problems - and they are supposed to make the problems worse by upping production to take the place of the sanctioned oil! - are caused by the completely bank-driven over-production of shale oil (the production is now entirely to allow the banks to keep the loans as current on their books, for otherwise there is a total failure of the US banking system).  The entire Federal Reserve/shale oil scam/Sanctions For The Jews clusterfuck that Trump has created - with the bonus that Trump has broken his promises so many times that nobody trusts him any more - is inevitably going to blow up, with Trump now simply trying to stretch the inevitable long enough so the explosion occurs after the next election.

"Russia is Calling Trump’s Bluff on Iran and Syria, and Winning Big" (Erlich).  Note, above, that Putin is happy producing cheap oil, but cheap oil for the Saudis means the heads of the Saudi royals are soon on pikes.

The Houthis' aim is getting better:  "Saudis Release Dramatic Video Of "Iran-Ordered" Houthi Missile Attack On Airport Terminal" (Durden). "Houthi missile attack on Saudi Arabia's Abha airport wounds 26".  It still looks like this kind of thing is the only possible hope to stopping the psycho MbS/MbZ attacks on Yemen.

"Why Hondurans set fire to the US embassy" (Rubinstein).  Killary!

"Answering the Jewish ‘Defenses’ of Canary Mission".  "Munk School of Global Affairs feeds anti-Iran propaganda" (Engler).  "Inside Israel’s million dollar troll army" (Winstanley).  Your career awaits in the exciting new field of Khazar apologetics!

The classic lie about Assad, repeated over and over and over in Zionist (((media sources))), from a source probably funded by Qatar, and reprinted by Cole, who knows better:  "War Crimes: Syria’s Assad has Systematically Targeted Hospitals as a Battle Tactic" (Al-Ghazal). This is part of the new campaign being rolled out of the  'greatest hits' of recent Khazar anti-Syrian PR:  "US Propaganda Blitz Ahead of Idlib's Liberation " (Cartalucci).

More 'dialectic' to confuse the farm animals:  "J Street — and Bernie Sanders — are loyal to the ‘democratic and Jewish homeland’ contradiction" (Solomon).  Ironic to see this tactic criticized at Mondoweiss, where employing the tactic of sorting out pretend Khazar squabbling is its raison d'être.

India's supremacist nationalism is already leading to a series of very bad and backward-looking choices which don't portend well for its future:  "India Now Supports Israel at the UN against Palestine. Are They Allies?" (Korybko).  Also, lock-step with the Khazar PR line on 'terrorism':  "India’s Proposal For A Global “Terrorism” Conference Will Probably Backfire"  (Korybko).

What happens when the rule of a 'stable genius' is over, and the real crazies get into power (a serious question):  "What Comes After Trump – World War III?" (Pieraccini).  If you think it is bad now . . .

It's just a big metaphor for a rapidly collapsing empire: "F-35 Program Is "F***ed Up", Puts American Pilots In Severe Dogfight Disadvantage" (Durden). AlsoAnd.

"RAY McGOVERN: DOJ Bloodhounds on the Scent of John Brennan".

'Nice' anti-vaxxers in Albany.

Rough days for Trudeau, but he has some weapons not available to the Conservatives:  "Trudeau says Liberals are committed to launching a national pharmacare plan to ensure drug coverage for Canadians" (Campion-Smith/Boutilier).

I'm sure Orwell would get a laugh out of how orwellian it is that the prize for excellence in retyping various government PR releases is named after him!:  "Orwell Prize: Who Made the Cut"

"Clown World Maxes Out: Facebook Bans “Honk” Meme!" (Daily Stormer).

Thursday, June 13, 2019


Tweet (Elena Evdokimova) (characteristic lying from the (((media)))!):
"Iranians were correct in many respects, while US media reported it as the attack on US vessels! The details: Kokuka Courageous, Panamanian-flagged, but JAPANESE-owned [carrying ethanol]. The Front Altair, Marshall Islands flagged, Norwegian-owned, was carrying naphtha to JAPAN"
 So, Japanese-connected ships.  Tweet (George Galloway):
"So the Iranians attacked Japanese assets while the Prime Minister of Japan is in Tehran seeking to mediate. If you believe that I have a Bridge here in London I could sell you... "
But such a Japan-directed attack would make perfect sense from the point of view of any false-flag performing state actor - almost too inviting to pass up - hoping to simultaneously:
  1. blame Iran in a false-flag; and
  2. undermine Abe's conciliatory efforts.

And I had no idea how it got there

"Today's Attacks On Ships In The Gulf Of Oman Are Not In Iran's Interest" (Moon).  Probably directed at interfering with Abe's visit to Iran.  Trump and Abe seem to get along very well, to the extent that Abe is practically Trump's diplomat, so there is a huge danger to the (((usual suspects))) that Abe might get somewhere.  Any kind of slight rapprochement, even opening a 'dialogue', is, as we all know, The Holocaust.  The main problem for World Jewry is that they don't want an all out war (as it would seriously, possibly fatally, backfire on Israel), they just want the sanctions and the threats and the isolation, and it is a very fine line to have to walk.

"Why Didn’t Mueller Investigate Seth Rich?" (Lazare).  Ha!

"UK's MI5 Accused Of "Extraordinary & Persistent Illegality" Over Mishandling Of Bulk Data Collection" (Durden).  You may have noticed that spies aren't very smart, and, being psychos or at least on the spectrum, really don't give a fuck, so why we allow them to do what they do, so poorly and dangerously, is always a question worth pondering.  Oh, I remember, it is to protect us from al-Qaeda!

"The Wilding of Linda Fairstein" (Coulter).  "Freedom Rider: The Central Park Five and the limits of suffering" (Kimberley).  Another incident from the past that has been resurrected to attack Trump, and for the usual SJW reasons.  Coulter is right, of course, though her gratuitous and stupid inclusion of Oswald ruins the entire article (and in a mass 'wilding' attack, it was, without DNA, extremely difficult to prove individual guilt).  Those concerned with making points about police brutality would be wise to pick their battles more judiciously.  This is yet another example, in Sailer's Heirarchy of Intersectionality, where the white woman victim is at the very bottom of the pile, so to speak.  Btw, if you want a righteous case of immoral, racist prosecutors, Kamala Harris is an outstanding example, and it will be hilarious when the superdelegates, despite her middling performance/popularity on the campaign (and after Joe finally flames out and they re-shiv Bernie, and on the assumption Killary can stand to sit this one out), pick her as the Democrat nominee.

"Who Is Linda Fairstein, the Prosecutor in ‘When They See Us’?" Just as #metoo was an extremely odd attack by the shiksa's against decades of Khazar sexual attacks - and note that the (((courts))) are gradually, but inevitably, rolling it back - this is an even more bizarre case where (((Hollywood))) has allowed Black Hollywood to mount a belated attack against the Khazars involved in the prosecution (I have to assume this was allowed because Black Hollywood is currently making (((Hollywood))) beaucoup shekels).  I assume the Black-Khazar dynamic is obvious to both groups, but is supposed to be invisible to everybody else.

"At 99 years old, Robert Morgenthau lives to see justice" (Italiano):
"Morgenthau was addressing a small gathering at the Center for Jewish History last month, and he told this story.

“Mysteriously, one morning, a couple of months ago, I looked at the end of my desk . . . and there was the diary” of his great-grandfather Lazarus Morgenthau.

“And I had no idea how it got there.”

He paused for the punchline.

“But I didn’t throw it away.”

Morgenthau was there to donate the 1842 diary — a tale of privation and perseverance, written in German — to the center’s Leo Baeck Institute on West 16th Street.

The diary had last been seen at the Fifth Avenue home of Morgenthau’s grandfather, Henry, who was US ambassador to Turkey during World War I.

Henry Jr., Morgenthau’s father, would become President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s treasury secretary."
Family background!:  "Morgenthau Plan". "Let's Stop Torturing Germany - James Bacque, #405".

"The Latest: Judge awards $4.1 million in neo-Nazi case".  I can now only reach The Daily Stormer on Tor.  Isn't accusing an American comedian of being the 'mastermind' behind an English terrorist attack obviously a joke?

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

To veil the threat of terror

The two quintessential Khazar qualities, unwavering group supremacist turbo-nepotism (which, rather than IQ or hard work, explains their recent success), and thievery (of tech and jobs), all rolled up into one story:  "How NeoCon Billionaire Paul Singer Is Driving the Outsourcing of US Tech Jobs to Israel" (Webb).  Related?:  tweet (Whitney Webb):
"Hey everyone, I wanted to make it known that myself and another person at MintPress have been made aware of recent behind the scenes smears that may go public soon against MintPress, and specifically me, from other alt media ppl and sites that used to support us. A Thread:"
"Media Paints Jihadist Commander Who Pledged Allegiance to ISIS as a Soccer Star with the Voice of an Angel" (Rubenstein).  You go into a nice restaurant, presumably in the suburbs of Toronto (thanks, Justin!), that features grilled human organs, and are pleasantly surprised when the waiters start singing songs about jihad.

"Kushner as a Colonial Administrator" (Baroud). Strikingly appropriate poem:  "“The White Man’s Burden”: Kipling’s Hymn to U.S. Imperialism".

"Israeli court finalizes Jerusalem church land sale to settler group".

"Pinterest Bans Zero Hedge By Adding To "Porn Domain Block List" Used To Target Conservatives" (Durden).  "REVEALED: Two More Google Blacklists Designed To Remove ‘Fringe Domains’ And Op-Eds From Special Search Results" (Bloom). Consortium News.

They're messing with his precious bodily fluids:  "Bolton blames foreign countries for discord in White House"!

Thanks to a valued employee:  tweet (Matt Kennard):
"Guardian's deputy editor joined state censorship D-Notice committee (run by MOD) after Snowden revelations in sop to British spooks. In board minutes, they thank him for being "instrumental in re-establishing links" between UK mil/intel and Guardian. Explains a lot"
And just when I thought the SJWs could not possibly get any stupider:  "Famed film actress Lillian Gish’s name removed from Bowling Green State University theater: The issues raised" (Walsh).

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Colonial unease

"Welcome David Schenker" (Giraldi).  You can see why the alt-right has given up and sees everything in terms of Clownworld.

The Big Meeting:  "Pepe Escobar: The Unipolar Moment Is Over":
"With few illusions about what may pass at the G20 in Osaka later this month, in terms of a breakthrough in U.S.-Russia relations, intel sources told me Rosneft’s CEO Igor Sechin is prepared to send a more “realistic” message— if push eventually comes to shove.
His message to the EU, in this case, would be to cut them off, and link with China for good. That way, Russian oil would be completely redirected from the EU to China, making the EU completely dependent on the Strait of Hormuz.
Beijing for its part seems to have finally absorbed that the current Trump administration offensive is not a mere trade war, but a full fledged attack on its economic miracle, including a concerted drive to cut China off from large swathes of the world economy.
The war on Huawei – the Rosebud of China’s 5G supremacy – has been identified as an attack on thedragon’s head. The attack on Huawei means an attack not only on tech, mega-hub Shenzhen, but the whole Pearl River Delta: a $3 trillion yuan ecosystem, which supplies the nuts and bolts of the Chinese supply chain for high-tech manufacturers."
"Prime Minister of Poland Signs Global Appeal to Stop 5G" (Rose).  It remains unclear whether anti-5G activism is just anti-Chinese propaganda.  Having Poland involved makes anything look suspicious.

"Mexico Refuses To Name International Figures Bankrolling Migrant Caravans" (Durden).  Soros + Mexican drug gangs = caravans!

"Ottawa and the Worst of the Venezuelan Opposition" (Yepe).

Australia is struggling deeply, and clumsisly, with the hand-offs of power involved with the death throes of the hegemon. "Australian Federal Police raid journalists over exposures of government spying, war crimes" (Grenfell).  "Australia Is at War With Itself Over China" (Llewellyn-Smith).  Trump is so Clarifying it is difficult to keep up with the speed of the collapse.

"Pompeo’s promise to intervene against Corbyn should surprise no one" (Black).  Tweet (Jonathan Cook)
"Hmm. Hard to spin this any other way: the US secretary of state secretly promises US Jewish leaders to prevent Corbyn from becoming UK prime minister. Hard too not to suspect that the US is *already* helping to ensure Corbyn doesn't become PM"
"Sergio Moro: imperialist pawn of the DOJ" (Zero).  "Breach of Ethics" (The Intercept).  The judge in the Lula stitch-up, who is now Brazilian Minister of Justice, was actively collaborating with the prosecutor.

"Alain Soral in jail?!"  "Iraq seeks French compensation for ISIS trials and commuting death sentences" (Aldroubi).

"Is Jared Kushner Literally in Bed with the Saudis?" (Cole). This is part, and a relatively small part, of an actual treason scandal of the highest order that you won't hear about (((because))) . . .

"State Department Official Helped Christopher Steele with Business Concerns, Emails Show" (Ross).  Adding to the Democrat-Steele nexus:  "The Weird Tales of Jonathan Winer" (Felten).  You know you're in the deep weeds when Nuland tells you you are out of line!

"North Korean Leader's Assassinated Half-Brother Was A CIA Informant: WSJ" (Durden).

On the glorious embarrassing of the monster Cotler:  "Quebec Movement for Peace disrupts a Speech by Irwin Cotler on “Canada as a Human Rights Leader”" (Engler).  These old Khazar supremacists, blood pouring from their fangs, are finally starting to hear what the woke think of them.  Cotler isn't just Evil, he's strikingly over-the-top Evil (my emphasis in red):
"According to an Israel National News story, Cotler supports relocating Canada’s embassy to Jerusalem. During “Keep Jerusalem” leader Chaim Silberstein’s visit to Canada last month, Cotler reportedly “expressed enthusiasm” for moving the Canadian embassy and “promised to help promote” the idea within the Liberal party.
In response to our action activist Ron Saba shared a photo of Cotler at last year’s Jewish National Fund fundraiser in Toronto. The explicitly racist JNF excludes the 20-25% of non-Jewish Israelis from its vast landholdings mostly stolen from Palestinians in 1948. In 2017 the Canada Revenue Agency initiated an (ongoing) audit of the JNF for supporting the Israeli military in contravention of Canadian charitable law.
For his part, Masud Sheikh responded to our action by uploading a video — apparently scrubbed from the Internet after previously reaching a Canadian audience — of the Nobel Peace Prize nominee advising Israel on planning a war. Just after Israel killed 1,200 Lebanese in the summer of 2006 Cotler spoke to a conference of top Israeli military officials on the importance of managing the message in modern war.
He did something similar after an earlier Israeli invasion of its northern neighbour. In an April article retired Guelph professor Michael Keefer wrote: “In the wake of Israel’s 1982 invasion of Lebanon, in the course of which some 15,000 civilians were killed and several thousand Palestinians massacred in the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila, Cotler participated in a 1984 Jerusalem conference on Hasbara: Israel’s Public Image. Alluding to two of the lesser PR disasters of the war—the IDF’s violation of the Canadian ambassador to Lebanon’s diplomatic immunity, and a Canadian Red Cross doctor’s allegations of Israeli atrocities—Cotler recommended, not that Israel change its behaviour, but rather that it ‘make Hasbara a priority’ and enhance its capacity to offer ‘an authoritative rebuttal’ to such stories.”
In that article Keefer points out that Antony Lerman, founding editor of Antisemitism World Report, called Cotler “one of the key figures” promoting the idea of a “new antisemitism”. Since the 1970s he’s been arguing that criticism of Israel is the “new antisemitism”.
In a remarkable 2002 essay titled “Human Rights and the New Anti-Jewishness” Cotler lays out his thinking, suggesting a confrontation between the “secular religion” of human rights and Jewish “civil religion” of Zionism. He argues that criticizing Israeli human rights violations is “the contemporary analogue to the medieval indictment of the Jew as the ‘poisoner of the wells.’ In other words, in a world in which human rights has emerged as the new secular religion of our time, the portrayal of Israel as the metaphor for a human rights violator is an indictment of Israel as the ‘new anti-Christ’ — as the ‘poisoner of the international wells’ encompassing all the ‘teaching of contempt’ for the ‘Jew among the Nations,’ this new antisemitism implies.”
Cotler further argues that antisemitism has retained its consistent essence as “an assault upon whatever is the core of Jewish self-definition at any moment in time—be it the Jewish religion at the time of classical antisemitism, or the State of Israel as the ‘civil religion’ of the Jewish people under this new anti-Jewishness.” So, because most Jews identify with Israel criticizing that country’s violence or dispossession of Palestinians is anti-Semitic."
One effective cartoon that actually hits home, politically, and all political cartoons must be banned (remind me again (((who))) doesn't run everything for their group supremacist purposes?):  tweet (Carlos Latuff):
"Lesson from the Israel Lobby™: you're entitled to your opinion, writting it or drawing it, as long as you NEVER dare to criticize . Otherwise you're labeled an "anti-Semite" by the same Israel advocates."
Naturally, planned and directed from Rothschild-central, Paris:  "Global Internet Censorship Lockdown Begins In Canada" (Resurrection Europa; note how locked-down information is on this - not exactly secret, but the planning and direction has been intentionally obscured in (((mainstream sources))), and all implications are obscured by feel-good  'anti-hate').  We've reached the point where Google is now openly boasting about ruining its searches by making political decisions about the order in that results appear:  "Google is Becoming the Real Life Version of Computer Zero from the 1970s Film Rollerball" (Rogers).  "Great Moments in Google" (Sailer).

Monday, June 10, 2019

Classic Kim

"Trump Is Not Extricating Himself on Iran. He Is Being ‘Dug in’" (Crooke).  As always, I'm not so much worried about another War For The Jews.  A false flag is always a possibility, but who would do it?  The Israelis are rolling along quite nicely now, what with the beshekeled and blackmailed Trump giving them everything they could possibly want, and then some.  An attack on Iran ends these rosy days, and may replace the Khazarocracy in the aftermath of a Hezbollah regime-changey rocket attack on Israel (the extremely horrible world economic collapse will also, justly, be blamed on the Khazars, who will then finally earn the wrath of Americans).  The Saudis are always solely concerned about keeping their heads attached to their bodies, and an Iranian counterattack on Saudi oil infrastructure would be just the ticket to so wreck the country's finances that the poor suffering people of Saudi Arabia might very well start their own headlopping.

What bothers me is that Trump's 'art of the deal' shenanigans - basically 'good cop, bad cop', where his underlings soften up the other side by behaving like madmen, leaving the 'reasonable' Trump to come in and seal the deal, a deal more favorable to the American side than if he just went in cold - don't ever work (they might have worked once in some NY real estate deal, but even that is unlikely).  Unlike in commercial deals, where the shenanigans just disappear with no lasting consequences, in these cases there is never any resolution, and the sanctions, which cause real problems, up to an including death, for poorer people, continue, forever.  Trump loses face if he stops sanctioning without a 'win', and the madmen around Trump make any kind of deal impossible, so there is never a resolution, and resolutionlessness is built into the program.

"Abe’s mediatory mission to Tehran hangs in the balance" (Bhadrakumar).  Note how the (((media))), exactly as you would expect, is ahead of even Bolton, trying to make everything surrounding Iran more bellicose than it actually is, hoping, in the most quintessentially Khazar stunt imaginable, to get WWIII.  Iran remembers what happened to Libya, which fell for the same Assholian tricks:
"Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has welcomed Abe’s visit — “We will carefully listen to Abe’s views, and then will express ours in detail.” But he stressed that the US must stop its ‘economic war’. He disclosed that Tehran has already sensitised Abe in the matter. 
Importantly, the Spokesman of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has noted that the success of Abe’s visit could be guaranteed if only Japan has made efforts to “return the US to the JCOPA (2015 nuclear deal) and compensate (sic) the losses suffered by Iran (due to sanctions)” as well as to remove the US sanctions regime. 
Abe’s visit to Tehran is a milestone in Japan-Iran bilateral relations insofar as this is the first such event since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, although the two countries have kept up friendly ties all through. Tehran pins hopes that Abe can win waivers from the US to be able to buy oil from Iran. 
Quite obviously, the benchmark for the Iranian negotiators will be the remarks made by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on May 29 during an an address to a gathering of Iranian academicians, researchers and elites in Tehran. Khamenei said that the bottomline is, “We will not negotiate on the core issues of the Revolution. Negotiations on this issue imply trading; that is, they mean we give up on our defensive capabilities. We will not negotiate our military capability.” 
In general, Khamenei said the US has a history of targeting the assets of a country by pressurising it. In this, negotiation becomes a tactic to compel the interlocutor to trade its national assets. “They (US) pressure until the adversary gets tired, and then propose to negotiate. This negotiation is complementary to the pressure and aims to cash in on the pressures. They impose pressure and then propose to negotiate. This is what negotiation means to them. Their strategy is not negotiation. It is pressure. Negotiation is part of the pressure strategy.” 
That is why, Khamenei underscored, Iran has had to resort to resistance as a “countermeasure.” To quote him, “The countermeasure for us (Iran) is to use our own means of pressures to contend their (US) pressure. However, if we are deceived by their call for negotiations and consider our means of pressures unnecessary, we would slip and that equals (means) absolute defeat.” (Excerpts of Khomeini’s speech are here.)"
Lot's of praise for this piece around the internets (it's too bad for the good writers at The Intercept that it is so spooked up):  "An Iranian Activist Wrote Dozens of Articles for Right-Wing Outlets. But Is He a Real Person?" (Hussein).  Trump based his actions in getting out of the Iranian deal, and the subsequent sanctions, partly on the PR basis established by the imaginary writer who fronted for MEK.  Tweet (Tom Gara):
"This is amazing: Forbes, The Hill, the Daily Caller and The Federalist all published articles by an Iranian opposition activist who does not exist and is actually just a fake Twitter account run by a bunch of dudes in Albania"
"Trump’s Middle East ‘Deal of the Century’ and his ‘Kosher Quartet’" (Madsen). Just a smidgen less greedy, and a little less supremacist and gloaty in the comments from President Jared and 'American' 'Ambassador' Friedman, and they might have gotten away with this biggest of Khazar thefts.  As is so often the case, inter-macher rivalries - for example, the Rothschilds aren't happy about these American machers getting all the credit - are behind much of the issue and its problems (these rivalries also explain the break between American machers like Sheldon, striving for WWIII, and Israel itself, which is much cooler on the possible repercussions of an attack on Iran, and sees Iran Talk as more valuable than an actual attack on Iran)

Who could argue with any of this?: "Doug Casey on What Happens After the Next War".

Taibbi on Solomon's revelations:  "Exposé in "The Hill" challenges Mueller, media".  Of course, the (((media))) has to hide this as it fundamentally challenges any possible credibility they might have left. We're reached the point where the 'news' (((media))) has to hide real and important news as it is too embarrassing to itself to publish.  And then there's the whole issue that Mueller effectively lied in his report!

Tweet (Ian Goodrum):
""It's actually fine we and everyone else got a giant story totally wrong.""
"North Korean leader Kim Jong-un 'executes a general accused of plotting a coup by throwing him into a piranha-filled fish tank'" (Howard) (see here):
"A UK intelligence force told Daily Star: 'The use of piranha is classic Kim."
"Israel as One Man: A Theory of Jewish Power" (Guyénot).  I think it is the fundamental mistake to take the Hebrew Bible as the underpinning of Khazar group behavior (Haredi students know the Talmud upside down but are only vaguely familiar with the Torah, very sensible in that the Hebrew Bible was written by and for the people we now call Palestinians, and has fuck all connection to the Khazars, whose home-made scriptures are the Talmud), but there are interesting parts here on the essential parasitism of Israel (to the point it would be parasitic even if it didn't have to be), the importance to group supremacists of interbreeding, and the whole characteristic nepotism racket and its political uses.

Needless to say, the beshekeled are wailing about the protests against the monster Cotler:  "Yet Another Pro-Israel Circus in Canada’s Parliament" (Lascaris).

Tweet (William Owen):
"Frau Freeland, Canada's the worst and most dangerous foreign minister in Canadian history is Ukrainian is running this operation. Her granddad was a Nazi. She still is."
Justified shade cast by Cuba at the Assholian protectorate called Canada:  tweet (Anya Parampil):
"“We hope Canada will soon regain sovereignty over its foreign policy.”"

Sunday, June 09, 2019

At the top of the page

"U.S. Ambassador Says Israel Has Right to Annex Parts of West Bank" (Halbfinger).  And he's a big part of the creation of President Kushner's eliminationist plan!  "U.S. Ambassador’s Remarks on Annexing Parts of West Bank Outrage Palestinians".  "Palestine considers ICC complaint against US Ambassador Friedman".  Again, Khazar = nepotism + thievery.

"David Schenker, 'pro-Israel wonk', confirmed as top US Middle East envoy".  Maximum MIGA.  Also:  "Israeli occupation is like US occupation of Germany and Japan that people grew to like — Ambassador Dermer" (North/Weiss)!

"The Arrival of the Anti-Christ, Delayed" (Shamir).  The ongoing set of questions involving who Putin might sell out - Palestinians, Syrians, Iranians - should Israel be able to convince MIGA Trump to life sanctions against Russia.  The argument that Putin is happy with Iran's isolation by the US:  "What Is Russia’s Game in U.S.-Iran Standoff?" (Hunter).  I guess we shouldn't be surprised that this kind of analysis comes from an Assholian standpoint (see also Korybko). You could alternatively argue that Putin has done strikingly well with a principled foreign affairs stance based on the importance of fostering a multi-polar world (in contrast to a world which is run by the hegemon and its lackeys), and selling out any one part of that world would ruin his brand as a fair-trader.

"More Evidence US Armed Syria Terrorists as Trump Pleads Ceasefire" (Cunningham).  Protecting Assholia's greatest only ally!
". . . the offensive to retake Idlib comes as new evidence emerges of the massive – albeit covert – international military support given to the various terror groups during Syria’s nearly eight-year war. Syrian state media this week reported arsenals of weaponry recently recovered in Damascus countryside and further south in the Daraa area.
The arsenals included rows and rows of heavy machine-guns, sniper rifles and US-made TOW missiles. Much of the weaponry was also of Israeli-origin, according to reports.
A separate find showed tonnes of C-4 plastic explosive, which Syrian military intelligence said was “US-made”. Up to four tonnes (4,000 kgs) were recovered this time around. Half a kilo of this lethal material is enough to kill several people.
This is not, of course, the first time that such huge caches of US, Israeli and NATO-origin weaponry have been recovered from territory formerly held by terrorists in Syria. There have been numerous such finds, which also included industrial chemicals made in Germany and Saudi Arabia, capable of producing sarin and other highly toxic munitions. That implies military-grade logistics and technical knowhow."
"While the world watches Donald Trump, it’s missing what’s really going on with US foreign policy" (Fisk) (my emphasis in red):
"Take Donald Trump’s desire to furnish Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates with billions of dollars of extra weapons so that they can increase the ferocity of their war in Yemen against the Houthis – whose support from Iran, such as it is, prompts much of the international abuse against the Islamic Republic. French intelligence officers in Washington have apparently discovered that this is no routine request from Riyadh but a desperate appeal to Washington, because so promiscuous has been the Saudis’ use of US munitions against Houthi rebels (and civilians, hospitals, aid centres, schools and wedding parties) that they are running out of bombs, guided and unguided missiles, drone parts and other “precision” arms to be used on one of the poorest countries in the world.
Thus when Trump found himself confronted by congress, which wanted to halt the supplies – not least because its members are still very angry about the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi – the destination of the weapons supplies was broadened to include America’s plucky little ally, King Abdullah II of Jordan. Yes, we all missed that bit, didn’t we? We added the words “and Jordan” to the headline, but didn’t ask why. And the munitions will come not from direct sales to the Gulf, with a possible congressional cap of $25m (£19.7m), but from US government military stocks and – so the French suggest – a very large part of these weapons will go to Jordan.
Which is very odd, because Jordan is not at war with anyone right now, and is certainly not part of the Saudi “coalition” forces bombing Yemen.
So how much of the $8.1 billion worth of missiles, bombs and so on will be sent to Amman? And how much of that will be unloaded from US military aircraft and reloaded onto Saudi military aircraft once the stocks arrive in Jordan? Only one small but traditionally brave little publication, the unputdownable French weekly Le Canard enchaine picked up this story. Its Washington sources have always proved correct in the past, and the whole wretched arms transfer was summed up by the paper as: “Very smart, if not moral, [just] a few trifles for new massacres.”"
"The Geo-Port-Politics of Gwadar and Chabahar" (Sheikh):
"In a highly surprising move, Iran’s foreign minister, on an unscheduled and unannounced visit to Pakistan on Thursday (May the 23rd), announced the proposal to link Pakistan’s port of Gwadar with Iran’s Chabahar port."
"As far as the US—Iran tension is concerned, unlike India, Pakistan has already said that it will not take sides in the conflict. Pakistan’s neutrality in the on-going scenario suits Tehran far more than it does for the US, that is if it does at all.
There is also no gainsaying that Tehran’s proposal to connect the two ports couldn’t have come with prior consultation with the Chinese, who are practically running the port in Pakistan. Accordingly, before coming to Pakistan, Zarif was in China where he met his Chinese counterpart and certainly discussed this proposal, leading Chinese foreign minister to “Welcome Iran” to actively take part in the joint building of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) through Chabahar.
China also re-affirmed its support for Iran. “China firmly opposes unilateral sanctions and the so-called ‘long-arm jurisdiction’ imposed by the United States on Iran,” Wang said, pledging to maintain the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and safeguard the authority of the United Nations and basic norms governing international relations.
Chinese support’s major manifestation came a few days ago when Chinese oil tanker Pacific Bravo left the Persian Gulf with 2 million barrels of Iranian light crude, ignoring the US sanctions and practically challenging the US unilateralism.
Pacific Bravo is owned by Bank of Kunlun, a financial institution that is owned by the Chinese state oil company CNPC. Bank of Kunlun has long been the financial institution at heart of China-Iran bilateral trade—a role for which the company was sanctioned during the Obama administration. Despite already being designated, Bank of Kunlun ceased its Iran-related activities in early May when the oil waivers were revoked. But Bravo’s current moves point to a change in Chinese policy. Importantly enough, Bravo sailed from the Persian Gulf on the same day as Zarif arrived in Beijing and met Chinese foreign minister to discuss Iranian participation in BRI (through linking Gwadar and Chabahar).
With Iran now taking this fundamental shift, what is apparent is that a major foreign policy shift in Iran has taken places whereby its leadership has come to an understanding that their relations with the US are unlikely to take a positive turn for a long time and that a necessary adjustment in the foreign policy is absolutely needed. As a matter of fact, it was only a few days ago when Iran’s supreme leader criticised Iran’s foreign policy and dropped a major hint about why changing the course of foreign policy was an utmost necessity."
"Washington’s “Tiananmen” Lies Begin to Fray" (Thomas).  Same PR as used against Syria - 'brutal dictatorship' kills 'peaceful' protesters.  For more anniversary PR, see:  "What HBO Got Wrong: Chernobyl General Gives Hit Show A Reality Check" (Durden).

"US sees Turkey’s S-400 deal as fait accompli" (Bhadrakumar). "US condemns Turkey for drilling in Cyprus, foiling Israel pipeline deal".  "Cyprus signs $9bn contract with Israel to extract gas".

I've been a little suspicious of the Assange health wailing, as it won't move any of the bad guys involved, and there is no room in defending Assange to fudge the truth.  Here he looks fairly good (at the very beginning there might be some shuffling that might indicate something more serious):  "Footage Released of Julian Assange Inside Maximum Security British Prison" (Anglin).

Macron's Rothschild's goons are still hard at work.

Tweet (Wayne Madsen):
"Only a shithead would do this:"
"YouTube and the War on Truth" (Duff).  "Diversity Macht Frei Blog Banned from WordPress!" (Anglin).

Munchausen syndrome by proxy

Saturday, June 08, 2019

Cast-iron club

"Freeing Julian Assange: Part One" (Dawson).  The definitive treatment of the IC techniques being used against the 'cast-iron club' of Wikileaks (all involving rape allegations).
"These last few months I have been investigating the three cases in tandem, overlaying and analysing them. The patterns are impossible to ignore.
  • A target engaged in activity that was highly threatening to the global intelligence complex
  • Multiple accusers of rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment or sexual misconduct
  • Spurious claims that don’t qualify as any of the aforementioned
  • Retracted claims
  • Lack of criminal charges
  • Target publicly branded and smeared as a “serial rapist”
  • Massive reputational damage
  • Severe impact on the productivity of the target and their ability to perform in their professional capacity"


"Angst and Madness at the End of Empire" (Orphan).  Solid rant.  It appears the militarism/Zionism/1%ism will have to be 'solved' by climate change, which isn't much of a prospect.  There is hope outside Assholia, but the end of human life on earth kind of trumps everything else.  The biggest revelation of The Clarification is that we can't hope for salvation from 'progressives', 'leftists', SJWs or any of the liberal riffraff, who are at least as evil as the Koch Bros., and worse in a way as they pass, to the 'normies', as well meaning.

"Sovereignists of All Countries – Unite!" (The Saker) (linking to "Why I Use the Term ‘AngloZionist’, and Why It’s Important").  On the systematic destruction of all human rights in order to protect the Khazarocracy.

More traditionally, in the noamian style of attacking 'imperialism':  "North American, European Public: Finally Wake Up, Damn It!" (Vltchek). This kind of un-woke, or, hopefully, pre-woke, anger probably does more harm than good.  If you are critically inaccurate in identifying the specific source of the problem - 'imperialism' is so vague as to be useless - you are certainly not a help in fixing the problem.

"“The Price Of Mass Immigration Is Paid By The Lower Classes”—Anti-Immigrant LEFT Wins Danish Election. Why Can’t This Happen In U.S.?" (Sailer).  We keep seeing the essential contradictions in SJWism, that the policies they insist on are often (if not always) deeply damaging to most of the people they purport to represent.  When voters do the best they can and vote in 'populist' parties in an attempt to mitigate the damage, they are described as participating in creeping fascism.  It is pretty weird when Tucker Carlson is obviously far, far, far to the 'left' of Rachel Maddow.  Someday we will have to toss the concepts of 'left' and 'right', as they are just helping the bad guys.

"And now, please stand for a new message from our Imperial Overlords".  Remember it is 2% of the American population who simply assume they can set all the rules for the entire country. The sad thing is their assumption is correct.  They've got this bizarre thing going on with Trump, as he gives them everything they could possibly want, short of actually nuking Tehran, yet they continue to kvetch about him on issues they really don't care about (the 'Dialectic').  They can wash their hands of the Evil that he does while getting all the benefits.

"The Joke of the Century" (Salt).  You have to love the fact that if the Palestinians don't go along, the Assholians will 1) immediately cut them off from all sources of funding; and 2) systematically assassinate all of their leaders.  That might give you a hint of how eliminationist this deal will be to the Palestinians!

"Bipartisan bill complements Kushner’s plan to try to buy off Palestinians" (Ruebner).  'Dialogue', goyim.  This is the tiny carrot intended to bribe Palestinian businessmen into accepting President Kushner's deal.

"Key figure that Mueller report linked to Russia was a State Department intel source" (Solomon).  Mueller knew this and effectively lied by failing to make a single mention of it, making it seem that this guy's involvement with the Trump campaign was yet more evidence of Russian involvement/collusion.  This is the exact story that we see when the Clintonistas rail about Sater, an FBI informant.  When you have layers of informants/assets in the story, and obvious American IC attempts to attack Trump/Russia, not to mention an asset as important and relied upon as Kilimnik, it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that the informants/assets were being directed to participate in the IC attack.  Also:  "Mueller Caught In Another Deception; Key 'Russia Link' Exposed As Informant For US, Ukraine" (Durden):
"We learn this four days after deceptive edits were found in the Mueller report regarding a phone call between attorneys for President Trump and former national security adviser Mike Flynn designed to make it appear as though Trump was attempting to strongarm Flynn and possibly obstruct justice by shaping witness testimony.
As Solomon concludes - "A few more such errors and omissions, and Americans may begin to wonder if the Mueller report is worth the paper on which it was printed.""
"The Truth about the 2019 Wild Fires in Israel (2nd Edition)".  Semitic Controversies is a very useful website, if only to list in one place the sheer enormity of Khazar perfidy (though the title is grossly incorrect, as the Khazars certainly aren't Semites).  The gentiles are lost as they can't even comprehend that such levels of Evil are possible.