Saturday, September 26, 2020

Treason insurance

As a university administrator you have but one job, amass the largest collection of shekels possible:  "It is unfortunate that a resolution before the group tonight was designed to force students who oppose efforts to divest from Israel to also vote against support for the Black Lives Matter movement."  Ha ha ha!  See tweet by d rose.

"Why the Middle East “peace agreements” will fail to achieve their purpose" (Mirzaei).  I have never seen a more obvious example of legitimacy-free regimes attempting to gain legitimacy by creating an imaginary enemy.  They can then turn around and make a big show of defending their people from the imaginary threat (while also hugely enriching themselves with the big kickbacks which they get from the arms they claim to need to buy, though in any real war with a Iran they would all be crushed like a bug in literally minutes).  These imaginary enemies are the Spirit of Empire:  "Enemies Lists on Display at the United Nations" (Giraldi).

"America Is Finished" (John Quincy Adams).

"Eurasian Geopolitics: US’ Hybrid War on Russian Energy Targets Germany, Belarus, and Bulgaria" (Korybko).

"Leaked docs expose massive Syria propaganda operation waged by Western govt contractors and media" (Norton).  "Hack Reveals UK’s Propaganda Campaign to Drive Syrian Regime Change" (Ross).  We are supposed to assume that all these 'popular uprisings' are organic, coming from the grassroots, but they all are the product of expensive western PR campaigns, often these days run out of Britain, and employing 'journalists' as tools of deception. 

This PR assault applies to domestic Assholian politics as well, with Ginsburg's adulation a product of the usual Khazar self-promotion industry, in this case in support of a remarkably mediocre judge.  "The Fear Surrounding the Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is Unhealthy" (Studebaker).

Privacy yoinking is great capitalism, as a guy like Bezos can reach into your wallet and take money from you that you know you now lack, and miss, but he can simultaneously steal your privacy and you probably don't even know:  "What Does Privacy Really Mean Under Surveillance Capitalism?" (Véliz).

I didn't know you could buy insurance in case you are caught committing treason.  "New Documents Further Unveil Obama's Anti-Trump Campaign" (Moon).  "“Get Trump” was the Dominant Theme of Special Counsel Mueller’s Crossfire Hurricane “All-Star Team”" (Shipwreckedcrew).  "Bombshell–FBI Special Agent Barnett Blows the lid Off of the Coup Against Trump by Larry C Johnson."

Bad faith actor

"US: UAE will not get F-35 jets for up to 7 years, despite Israel peace deal".  "Trump Admin Tells Sudan: Normalize Ties With Israel Or Else Stay On Terrorism List" (Durden).  "Are You Feeling Safer? ‘War of the Worlds’ Pits U.S. and Israel Against Everyone Else" (Giraldi):
"Last week an important vote in the United Nations General Assembly went heavily against the United States. It was regarding a non-binding resolution that sought to suspend all economic sanctions worldwide while the coronavirus cases continue to increase. It called for “intensified international cooperation and solidarity to contain, mitigate and overcome the pandemic and its consequences.” It was a humanitarian gesture to help overwhelmed governments and health care systems cope with the pandemic by having a free hand to import food and medicines.

The final tally was 169 to 2, with only Israel and the United States voting against. Both governments apparently viewed the U.N. resolution as problematical because they fully support the unilateral economic warfare that they have been waging to bring about regime change in countries like Iran, Syria and Venezuela. Sanctions imposed on those countries are designed to punish the people more than the governments in the expectation that there will be an uprising to bring about regime change. This, of course, has never actually happened as a consequence of sanctions and all that is really delivered is suffering. When they cast their ballots, some delegates at the U.N. might even have been recalling former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s claim that the death of 500,000 Iraqi children due to U.S. imposed sanctions had been “worth it.” 
Clearly, a huge majority of the world’s governments, to include the closest U.S. allies, no longer buy the American big lie when it claims to be the leader of the free world, a promoter of liberal democracy and a force for good. The vote prompted one observer, John Whitbeck, a former international lawyer based in Paris, to comment how “On almost every significant issue facing mankind and the planet, it is Israel and the United States against mankind and the planet.”"
Completely damning account of the vile Guardian: "The Guardian’s deceit-riddled new statement betrays both Julian Assange and journalism" (Cook).

"AOC withdraws from Yitzhak Rabin commemoration after criticism".

"The World Has Gone Absolutely Insane!" (The Saker).  On point comment by vot tak:
"“What is especially amazing to me is that these EU imbeciles apparently don’t care that without North Stream 2 they will have to purchase US gas, at much higher prices, which will make the EU economy less effective than the US one.”
Shutting down NS2 is not to force europe to buy american gas. Besides the cost increase, there is not the infrastructure needed to handle the importation of such large amounts lpg. Besides that, the current american gas and oil surplus will not last long and is already in decline. By the time such infrastructure could be built in europe to handle the shipping of american gas, there wont be any american surplus gas to ship.
NS2 is to allow europe to bypass the ukraine freakshow when purchasing Russian gas. If zionazia successfully blocks NS2, the situation in the short term will remain as it is right now, with much of european access to Russian gas being controlled by zionazia through their ukraine colony.
The long term zionazi plan consists of several convergent strategies. The eastern Mediterranean is full of oil and gas resources and the israelis plan to take control of these. This is part of their overall “greater” israel strategy. Once they do, they plan to make europe reliant on these east Med. resources.
The zionazi control of europe’s access to Russian oil and gas, through ukraine, is part of the zpc/nwo strategy of controlling Russia through controlling the Russian access to those who want to purchase their resources. When the planned israeli controlled east Med. resource base gets going, zionazia will replace european Russian energy imports with their own. This is one reason why they want to maintain their stranglehold on european access to Russian resources.
As saker mentioned, much of european industry depends on cheap Russian energy imports. The zionazis can’t simply shut this access down over night. The euros might rebel and seek some independence within the zpc/nwo hierarchy. Equally important, zionazia is intimately intertwined within the european capitalists and kneecapping them with much higher energy costs would see a huge decline in their profitability. The idea is to wean europe off of Russian connections and bottle Russia, not destroy europe economically."

Friday, September 25, 2020

The orphan-crushing machine

Tweet (Anosognosiogenesis):
"Every heartwarming human interest story in america is like "he raised $20,000 to keep 200 orphans from being crushed in the orphan-crushing machine" and then never asks why an orphan-crushing machine exists or why you'd need to pay to prevent it from being used."
"Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 16" (Murray):
"The plan of the US Government throughout has been to limit the information available to the public and limit the effective access to a wider public of what information is available. Thus we have seen the extreme restrictions on both physical and video access. A complicit mainstream media has ensured those of us who know what is happening are very few in the wider population.
Even my blog has never been so systematically subject to shadowbanning from Twitter and Facebook as now. Normally about 50% of my blog readers arrive from Twitter and 40% from Facebook. During the trial it has been 3% from Twitter and 9% from Facebook. That is a fall from 90% to 12%. In the February hearings Facebook and Twitter were between them sending me over 200,000 readers a day. Now they are between them sending me 3,000 readers a day. To be plain that is very much less than my normal daily traffic from them just in ordinary times. It is the insidious nature of this censorship that is especially sinister – people believe they have successfully shared my articles on Twitter and Facebook, while those corporations hide from them that in fact it went into nobody’s timeline. My own family have not been getting their notifications of my posts on either platform."
and (!):
"I should say more about Lewis, who is a strange character. Privately very affable, he adopts a tasteless and impolite aggression in cross-examination that looks very unusual indeed. He adopts peculiar postures. After asking aggressive questions, he strikes poses of theatrical pugilism. For example he puts arms akimbo, thrusts out his chin, and bounces himself up on his feet to the extent that his heels actually leave the floor, while looking round at the courtroom in apparent triumph, his gaze pausing to fix that of the judge occasionally. These gestures almost always involve throwing back one or both front panels of his jacket.

I think this is some kind of unconscious alpha male signalling in progress, and all these psychiatrists around might link it to his lack of height. It is display behaviour but not really very successful. Lewis has grown a full set during lockdown and he appears strikingly like a chorus matelot in a small town production of HMS Pinafore."
"FINAL REPORT: ASSANGE HEARING DAY THIRTEEN–Prosecution Witness Tries to Play Judge; Leaves Out Reason Why Assange Was Sent to Belmarsh Medical Ward" (Lauria).

"Assange lawyers expose politically biased medical evidence" (Scripps/Tiernan).

Gosztola day 14.

"The Chickens Have Come Home to Roost" (Karganovic):  "Since justices with professional integrity are a thing of the past . . ."

"Diversity for Thee But Not for We at the New York Times" (Sailer).

Two tweets on AOC officially taking the shekels and becoming a real Assholian politician..

"The Next Bob Woodward Could Be Muzzled by the Assange Verdict" (Timm).  Amongst the many differences between Woodward and Assange are 1) Assange is literate, and 2) Assange doesn't work for the CIA.

Pictures of Durham always make it look like he's sucking on a lemon:  "John Durham Investigating FBI Handling Of Clinton Foundation Pay-To-Play Allegations" (Durden/Carter).  "FBI Agent Who Uncovered Weiner Laptop with Hillary’s Emails says FBI Leadership Told Him to Erase All of His Findings" (Hoft).  Tweet (Charles):
"BREAKING: Fusion GPS, funded by the DNC & Clinton campaign, was colluding (primary sub-source) w/ a suspected Russian agent to overthrow the victor of the 2016 election. Durham brought info to Barr. US Atty Durham's criminal investigation is ongoing. See:"
"Secret Report Exposes CIA's Brennan Overruled Dissenting Analysts Who Concluded Russia Favored Hillary" (Sperry).

"Meet Norm Eisen: Legal Hatchet Man and Central Operative in the “Color Revolution” Against President Trump"

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Esoteric writing

Esoteric writing:  "Harvey’s Homies: The Weinstein Scandal as Paradigm of Collectivist Jewish Predation on Atomized Gentiles" (Langdon):
"Like Woltz in The Godfather, Weinstein was a Jewish wolf preying on shiksa starlets. When the hounds of goyish law were on his trail, Weinstein called on the help of Jewish foxes at an Israeli spy-agency called Black Cube. And it was the former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak who brought Weinstein and Black Cube together. (p. 12)
And here’s what one Black Cube agent says to another agent of his highly unethical work for Weinstein: “To me, this is like doing a mitzvah. I’m doing something good for Israel.” (pp. 331-2) In that context, a mitzvah means “a divinely approved deed for a fellow Jew or to serve Jewish interests.” And presumably the Guardian journalist Seth Freedman, also working for Black Cube and Weinstein, thought he was performing a mitzvah and doing good for Israel. Freedman had been a “London stockbroker, then moved to Israel and served in the Israel Defence Forces – IDF – for fifteen months in the 2000s.” (p. 310) Then he began working for the fiercely feminist and anti-rape Guardian. This didn’t stop Freedman spying on female victims of the Jewish rapist Harvey Weinstein and trying to help Weinstein evade justice.h
The feminist credentials of the Jewish lawyer Lisa Bloom didn’t stop her working for Weinstein either. Ronan Farrow had trusted Bloom and “expressed astonishment” that she had betrayed his confidences to Weinstein’s “people.” Bloom replied: “I am his people.” (p. 237) The reply can be read in two ways, of course. Bloom was one of Weinstein’s employees, but she was also one of Weinstein’s  ethnic group. Bloom might not have consciously meant to convey both meanings, but Farrow’s reporting of her words fits a pattern of “metaphor, irony, and insinuation” in his book."
One of the most convincing endorsements of Trump I've seen: "Joe Biden endorsed, Trump excoriated by nearly 500 retired top military, national security officials" (Vanden Brook).

"The End Of The 'Rules Based International Order'" (Moon).  An order constructed by, and for the benefit of, the Empire, and now chucked out as the Empire implodes.

Gosztola, day 13.  In the complete absence of the (((media))), he's also compiled a list of sources.

"Sarkozy loses legal challenge over claims he accepted Libyan cash".



"Will Michele Flournoy Be the Angel of Death for the American Empire?" (Benjamin/Davies).  Yes.  It is not even a slight exaggeration to say she is stark raving mad.

Trust the new TDS-afflicted CounterPunch to find a clever but convoluted and backasswards way to dis Cohen:  "The Tragedy of Stephen F. Cohen and the Bolshevik Revolution" (Stewart).

"The American deep state revives its tired allegations of Russian interference in November’s presidential elections" (Ritter).

"Freedom Rider: The Democrats’ supreme failure" (Kimberley).

"Hunter Biden received $3.5M wire transfer from Russian billionaire: Senate report" (Jacobs).  "Betrayal. Infuriating, Betrayal" (Whitney).  Tweet (Henry Rogers):
"Wtf... Parked Uhaul packed with supplies and signs for the rioters."
Peaceful:  "Innocent Until Proven Trump Supporter" (Coulter).  His cause of death appears to be tranny bathrooms, or lack thereof.

"Nations Should Begin Removing Facebook, Twitter, and Google from Their Information Space" (Cartalucci).

"YouTube, Zoom and Facebook censor Leila Khaled for Israel" (Barrows-Friedman).  Censorship For/By The Jews.  Also, Gloating By The Jews.

"US Tells Kenya to Publicly Support Israel or Forget Free Trade Deal" (Mutambo).

"Does Canadian Left Icon Stephen Lewis want Palestine to Disappear?" (Engler).  Yes.  He's Khazar.  QED.  We're in desperate need of 'icons' who aren't murderous thieves.

"Jewish Settler Chief: ‘Palestinians have no right to a state, Bible says Israel for the Jews’".

"Netanyahus said to bring suitcases of laundry from Israel to wash at White House".

"Exiled Saudi dissidents launch opposition party".

"Four Winds, 1,000 Pieces" (Littlefair).  International law against organized crime, versus the CIA.

"Today's Blind Items - That Is A Big Payday" (CDaN).  The road to mandatory chipping.

Tweet (Richard M. Nixon):
"Do you ever think about death?"

Wednesday, September 23, 2020


TIP:  "And Then What? – We Daren’t Not Look Into the Abyss" (Crooke).  The Manicheanism is standard Assholian politics (the same kinds of things said about Trump were said about Nixon), perhaps exacerbated by Trump, but the pre-coup planning by the Democrats is new.

"Sinophobia, Lies and Hybrid War" (Escobar).  In the last 48 hours, Assholia has been even more aggressive than usual in moving against, or threatening, the enemies the Khazars have chosen for it.

"Clashed Visions at the 2020 UN General Assembly: The Speeches of Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping" (Korybko).  "Venezuela Denounces New Aggressions from the US".

Bad faith actor

Tweet (John Pilger):
"Today, at the Julian #Assange trial, the prosecutor James Lewis (ex SAS) stooped low. In denigrating the expert evidence of Professor Michael Kopelman, he suggested Julian was exaggerating a suicidal despair should Lewis, America's man, succeed in getting him to Trump's hell."
"US Prosecution Accuses Assange of Exaggerating Symptoms of Depression" (Gosztola).

"The US Is Using the Guardian to Justify Jailing Assange for Life. Why Is the Paper So Silent?" (Cook) (with lots of embarrassing tweets from 'journalists'):
"The corporate media’s indifference to Assange’s trial hints at the fact that it is actually doing very little of the sort of journalism that threatens corporate and state interests and that challenges real power. It won’t suffer Assange’s fate because, as we shall see, it doesn’t attempt to do the kind of journalism Assange and his Wikileaks organisation specialise in. 
The indifference suggests rather starkly that the primary role of the corporate media – aside from its roles in selling us advertising and keeping us pacified through entertainment and consumerism – is to serve as an arena in which rival centres of power within the establishment fight for their narrow interests, settling scores with each other, reinforcing narratives that benefit them, and spreading disinformation against their competitors. On this battlefield, the public are mostly spectators, with our interests only marginally affected by the outcome."
"The undeclared role of the corporate media, dependent on corporate owners and corporate advertising, is to serve as gatekeeper, deciding which truths should be revealed in the “public interest”, and which whistleblowers will be allowed to disseminate which secrets in their possession. The Wikileaks model threatened to expose that gatekeeping role, and make clearer that the criterion used by corporate media for publication was less “public interest” than “corporate interest”."
"So how to explain the Guardian’s silence?
The book by Leigh and Harding, WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy, made a lot of money for the Guardian and its authors by hurriedly cashing in on the early notoriety around Assange and Wikileaks. But the problem today is that the Guardian has precisely no interest in drawing attention to the book outside the confines of a repressive courtroom. Indeed, were the book to be subjected to any serious scrutiny, it might now look like an embarrassing, journalistic fraud.
The two authors used the book not only to vent their personal animosity towards Assange – in part because he refused to let them write his official biography – but also to divulge a complex password entrusted to Leigh by Assange that provided access to an online cache of encrypted documents. That egregious mistake by the Guardian opened the door for every security service in the world to break into the file, as well as other files once they could crack Assange’s sophisticated formula for devising passwords.
Much of the furore about Assange’s supposed failure to protect names in the leaked documents published by Assange – now at the heart of the extradition case – stems from Leigh’s much-obscured role in sabotaging Wikileaks’ work. Assange was forced into a damage limitation operation because of Leigh’s incompetence, forcing him to hurriedly publish files so that anyone worried they had been named in the documents could know before hostile security services identified them."
In case you were wondering if ((())) are involved:  "Explosive Evidence from Trump Insider: Assange Dragged from Embassy “on the Orders of the President”" (Tiernan/Scripps) (on Schwartz):
"Fairbanks’ testimony provides insight into the criminal underworld surrounding the White House. After Trump fires National Security Adviser John Bolton and Grenell’s name is floated as a replacement, Fairbanks tweets about his involvement in Assange’s arrest, which elicits a “frantic” call from Schwartz.
“He was ranting and raving that he could go to jail and that I was tweeting ‘classified information’… Schwartz informed me that in coordinating for Assange to be removed from the embassy, Grenell had done so on ‘direct orders from the president’” and that “other persons who Schwartz said might also be affected included individuals who he described as ‘lifelong friends’.” 
These individuals included Grenell and Las Vegas Sands boss and long-time Trump ally Sheldon Adelson."
Gosztola day 12.

Max Blumenthal tweets on the conflict of interest of 'journalists' who thus show an extreme disinterest in the CIA spying on Assange.

"“Justice” Department Fighting to Hide Records of FBI’s Protection of Epstein" (Daily Stormer).

"After protest, Zoom will not host S.F. State event featuring Leila Khaled" (Greschler).  That's (((protest))).  Essentially, more Khancel Khulture.  The Lawfare mob is making it explicit:
"“[A]ll communications platforms have been put on notice: block terrorism and cancel anti-Semitism, or you will be canceled,” read a statement from the Lawfare Project, a New York-based legal fund that helped organize the protest. “Today, we see the power of minority communities standing together.” 
The main organizer, End Jew Hatred, which describes itself as “a grassroots movement centering on Jewish liberation,” brought together a number of national Jewish groups for support, including the Lawfare Project, San Diego-based antisemitism educational nonprofit Shield of David and the network of pro-Israel youth groups Club Z."

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Andre Vltchek, RIP

"Turkey probes death of American journalist Andre Vltchek".  "US journalist Andre Vltchek dies suspiciously in İstanbul".

He wrote very negatively about a lot of places, so there are many potential suspects.

The weird times

"Extrajudicial Executions Portrayed as “An Instrument of Peace”. Trump Wanted to “Take Out” Syria’s President Assad…" (Chossudovsky).  The weird times are those few years in which the extrajudicial execution of the President of Syria isn't being plotted.

"Neoliberal Death Knell for Indian Agriculture" (Todhunter):
"Both ongoing and proposed ‘reforms’ are ultimately about ‘liberalising’ agriculture to further ease the entrance of foreign agribusiness interests and serve the needs of India’s home-grown billionaires. The Modi government is predictably facilitating what could eventually lead to a trillion-dollar (value of the Indian economy according to Modi’s former associates at APCO Worldwide) corporate hijack of India three steps closer with the ‘ordinances’.

By bringing the full force of liberalisation to the farm economy and in the process fundamentally restructuring Indian society (around 60% of the population still rely on agriculture for their livelihoods), any remnants of economic sovereignty and sovereign state status will be hollowed out and India will become a fully incorporated subsidiary of global capitalism and its fundamentally flawed and exploitative food regime.

Of course, many millions have already been displaced from the Indian countryside and have had to seek work in the cities. And if the coronavirus lockdown has indicated anything, it is that many of these ‘migrant workers’ have failed to gain a secure foothold and were compelled to return ‘home’ to their villages. Their lives are defined by low pay, insecurity and callous treatment by the government. 
It raises the question: what does the future hold for the hundreds of millions of others who will be victims of the dispossessive policies of neoliberal capitalism?"
Some blowback: "Treating American Empire" (Shade).

"Millennials and the Holocaust" (Atzmon):
"The Forward reports that two-thirds of young Americans didn’t know how many died in the Holocaust. For some peculiar reason it is very important to most Jewish institutions that everyone parrots the ‘six figure.’ This is peculiar, as the notion of a genocide is within the realm of the categorical rather than the numerical. But if these institutions insist upon reducing the holocaust into a materialist quantified figure I am inclined to ask how many Jews know the exact number of Ukranians who were starved to death in the Holodomor? How many Jews have even heard of the Holodomor? Which Jews know about Stalin’s Jews as Israeli leading columnist Sever Phlocker identifies them. Do contemporary Jews know about the impact of the Yiddish Speaking Spanish International Brigade on Catholic Spain in 1936? How many Iraqis died in the Neocon ‘war against terror’? I ask because Haaretz Writer Ari Shavit wrote in 2003 that “the war in Iraq was conceived by 25 neoconservative intellectuals, most of them Jewish.” If Jewish institutions want everyone else to understand the holocaust in numerical terms, maybe it would be reasonable to expect Jews to know the numbers of colossal crimes against humanity perpetrated largely or partially by Jews.
The Forward is upset by the fact that nearly half of millennial Goyim couldn’t name a single death camp. In return I ask how many Jewish millennials know about Deir Yassin or can name a single Zionist massacre in Palestine in 1948 or before? How many Jewish millennials know about the Sabra and Shatila massacre? Or the Kefar Qana Massacre? What do they know about the malnutrition in Gaza caused directly by years of blockade imposed by the Jewish State?"
This is pretty grim, as Biden either won't, or can't, take any of the steps:  "If Biden Loses, This Will be Why" (Rall).  The comments - and Unz comments are 99% Republican - don't care for this analysis at all.

Are Google employees retarded?  It is a serious question.  "Google, nobody asked for a new Blogger interface" (ClassicHasClass). 

Time management

"Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 14" (Murray):
"I am very concerned about the obvious collusion of the prosecution and the judge to close this case down. The extraordinary conflation of “time management” and excluding evidence which the US Government does not want heard in public is plainly illegitimate. The continual chivvying and interruption of defence counsel in examination when prosecution counsel are allowed endless repetition amounting to harassment and bullying is illegitimate. Some extraordinarily long prosecution cross-examinations, such as that of Carey Shenkman the lawyer, have every appearance of deliberate time wasting and distraction.
Tuesday’s witness is Professor Michael Kopelman, the eminent psychiatrist, and the prosecution have indicated they wish to cross-examine him for an extraordinary four hours, which Baraitser agreed against defence objections. Her obsession with time management is distinctly subjective."
Day 11, Consortium News and Gosztola.

Tweet (Glenn Greenwald):
"Some US journalists are drowning in such extreme jingoism & American exceptionalism that they believe non-US-citizens can be “traitors” to the US — as though every human being on the planet owes supreme moral and legal loyalty to the US Government."
"How do Democrats and Republicans Differ on Palestine and Israel? " (Baroud).  Not a shekel's-width of distance between them.

"Xi: No nation should act like boss of the world" (Baijie).  'Win-win', instead of the Asshole 'begger thy neighbor' strategy, is why China is destined to succeed, while Assholia, fittingly, circles the bowl.

"Silence reigns on the US-backed coup against Evo Morales in Bolivia" (Weisbrot).  Every failed regime change is an orphan which nobody wants to admit to.

"The U.S. Needs To Abandon Its Dead-End Venezuela Policy" (Larison).  Although this seems to be accepting of the concept and righteousness of Assholian regime change, just quibbling about the tactics.

"Gangster capitalism and the American theft of Chinese innovation" (Crichton):
"So what are we left with here in the U.S. and increasingly Europe? A narrow-minded policy of blocking external tech innovation to ensure that our sclerotic and entrenched incumbents don’t have to compete with the best in the world. If that isn’t a recipe for economic disaster, I don’t know what is."

Monday, September 21, 2020

Integrity and impartiality

How to write a screenplay:  "The War on Populism: the Final Act" (Hopkins).

You'd think imprisoning somebody for life for journalism would be of interest to journalists, but the Clintonistas think Assange is the devil and want him punished regardless of consequences, and 99.9999999% of Assholian 'journalists' have no worries that they would ever uncover anything that would garner government attention:  "Glenn Greenwald Shocks With Explanation On Why Mainstream Media Is Ignoring Assange Trial" (Durden).

"Canadian Judicial Council urged to investigate judge accused of blocking senior U of T appointment" (Fine).  The Canadian Tax Court doesn't look to be a hotbed of blood-pouring-from-the-fangers (I'm guessing Khazar tax lawyers don't want to give up the big bucks to serve somebody else's country), but there must be one.
"Leslie Green, a law professor at Queen’s University, wrote a letter of complaint to the judicial council on Thursday. He said it is irrelevant whether external influence caused the school to change course. What matters, he said in his letter to the council, is whether a judge attempted to influence a university appointment. It would be “very troubling,” he said, if the attempted influence were related to Dr. Azarova’s research on Israeli occupation.

“It would put the integrity and impartiality of the Court in jeopardy,” he wrote. “Any party or lawyer before it who is Palestinian, Arab, or Muslim could reasonably fear bias.” 
The judicial council told The Globe it cannot undertake an investigation into a complaint unless it has the name of the judge in question. Prof. Green did not name the Tax Court judge, but said in an e-mail to The Globe and Mail that it would astonish him if the CJC felt it had no obligation to investigate allegations that impugn the integrity of a judge, when the court has been named."
I'm afraid there is nothing astonishing about the depths of Khazar Evil and privilege.

David E. Spiro (just saying, it might be somebody else).

American capitalism drifts firmly into the protection racket:  "TikTok, Sing a Song of Sixpence, A pocket Full of Rye, Four and Twenty Blackbirds Baked in an American Pie" (Bhadrakumar).

Utterly ignored

The Young Turks/Jacobin circle are monsters.  But you knew that.

Ha ha ha!  "Pro-Women’s Rights Supreme Court Judge Ruth Ginsburg Utterly Ignored Palestinian Genocide" (Polya).  Sailer is gleefully pointing out that, for a hero of the 'Resistance', she had some definite group supremacist ideas about Shvartzers:  "Conquest's First Law And RBG: "Everyone Is Conservative About What He Knows Best"" and "Just How Black Was RBG's One Black Clerk?".

"‘Green’ billionaires behind professional activist network that led suppression of ‘Planet of the Humans’ documentary" (Blumenthal).  Everything is a 'play' these days, some kind of arbitrage opportunity, and much of the 'green' stuff is a combo of free government cheese, and an attempt to offload environmental issues from the West to places like China which have to bear the environmental burden of manufacturing the 'green' equipment.  Then there is the usual cluster of liberal grifters hanging on to whatever the PR program of the moment is today.  Also:  tweet (Ben Norton):
"An important part of @MaxBlumenthal's deep investigation into how billionaires and US intelligence-linked foundations have co-opted the environmentalist movement is his damning section on Naomi Klein, which needs to get more attention (thread below)"
Gosztola tweets. "LIVE UPDATES: ASSANGE HEARING DAY TEN—Court Is in Session".  It's Cryptome!  Murray on the previous day.  I don't think it is possible to 'get through' to this 'judge' - she's upset as her inevitable verdict will make her look even worse if some of the defence testimony lands.

Tweet (Ali AlAhmed) (and right after he passes on President Jared's 'peace' deal!):
"Breaking: I am receiving reports that #Saudi @KingSalman is in critical condition. The 85 year old despot was a life-long smoker, Parliament & red Marlboro cigarettes & consumer of P&G whisky among other things. He remains at his palace. I am waiting 4 more info as of his death"

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Hiding due to illness

"Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg’s Death and Trump’s Emerging “Legal” Coup d’Etat. Unprecedented Political Crisis." (Rasmus).  Rasmus is one of the best writers out there, but this is complete nonsense.  The Republicans doing what they are constitutionally permitted to do is not a 'coup'.  On the other hand, Democrats are musing out loud about shutting the country down if the votes don't go their way.  That's a 'coup'.  The whole system is set up to be a disaster - a fixed day on which the issue is supposed to be decided,  with centuries of expectations and understandings, with a mail voting system added on which has been set up so the votes by mail can't possibly be counted on time, and a big expected discrepancy between the results of in-person voting and mail-in voting.  This is asking for trouble.  A court of any stripe might very well consider the instability caused by the uncertainty of piles of votes sitting around, uncounted.

I'm still quite taken with the growing parallels between the Clinton and Biden campaigns.  Both candidates ended up as nominees solely because it was their 'turn', but both suffer from debilitating health problems, Clinton with her neurology, and Biden with late-state Alzheimer's (no arguing, it's obvious, and what more appropriate President of Assholia than someone whose brain doesn't work!).  Both with seemingly huge, insurmountable leads over Trump - Biden's lead disturbingly less strong, particularly as Trump can probably be credited with at least 100,000 excess Asssholian deaths, and the consequent complete economic collapse, which you would think might count for something.  The big leads allow Biden and Clinton to fail to properly campaign.  In each case, the lack of campaigning is required by the illness (the main concern of campaign strategists is to hide the illness from voters), but the candidates fall back on the excuse they are going to win easily anyway.  The problems are grounded in the inability of the Democrats to pick a viable, functioning, candidate.

Saturday, September 19, 2020


"Supreme Court Fight Exposes Bipartisan Hypocrisy" (Moon).  "Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death" (Welsh).  A bit unfair to Ginsberg, who is often described as 'selfish' for not standing down when a Democrat could appoint her replacement.  Remember 'demographics'?  At the time Barry summoned her, the Dems were working on the assumption that there would never be a Republican President, ever again.  As far as Ginsberg was concerned, she had lots of time, as President Clinton or some other Democrat would be picking her replacement.  Everybody knew Barry, being Barry, would pick a horrible centrist, and why settle for that when you can get somebody more to the left?  Her decision to stay was rational, based on the horribly flawed assumptions all Democrats were making (and still make).

Did you know Canada has 'conservative; and 'liberal' Supreme Court judges too, and somehow they get appointed with almost no drama?

Somebody important died

Somebody important died, a real loss:  "Stephen F. Cohen, Influential Historian of Russia, Dies at 81" (McFadden).  If Biden wins, and tries to head, as he will, directly to WWIII, this loss will prove to be even more tragic.

Popcorn time!

Popcorn time!:  "Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court’s Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87" (Greenhouse).  It was getting to be a bit like Abe Vigoda.

Friday, September 18, 2020

Khancel Khulture

"Scandal-hit U of T law school internal emails contradict dean’s new email to staff over key hiring decision" (Paradkar).  Well, somebody is lying.  If it is the Dean, he must go, otherwise the entire law school becomes a joke.  We also need to know the name of the (((judge/'donor'))), who may also need to go.

"New Documents Reveal Secret British Efforts To Arm, Assist And Propagandize 'Moderate Rebels' In Syria" (Moon).  It is obvious that the Empire has delegated to the Brits most of the warmongering PR grunt work for the various Wars For The Jews.  The joke is that, these days, the Brits aren't much good at anything, including lying.

"French Rapper Slammed for 'F**k the Holocaust' Lyrics, Faces Probe for 'Unspeakable' Anti-Semitism" (Ekimenko).  Impunity must end, goyim.  "Miscellaneous – Justice | Anti-Semitic lyrics: rapper Freeze Corleone dropped by his label" (see also, on Khazar khancelling:  "Nick Cannon and Public Enemy’s Professor Griff were both called antisemitic. Only one recovered.").  This one is a real stretch, as the 'anti-Semitism' is buried in a few phrases scattered here and there throughout multiple songs, and seems to reflect a bigger, conspiratorial, view of the world.  ""Rien à foutre de la Shoah" : voyage dans l'antisémitisme obsessionnel du rappeur Freeze Corleone" (Didier):
"L’antisémitisme de Freeze Corleone semble prendre sa source aux mêmes eaux qui ont conduit Dieudonné à passer de l’humoriste le plus brillant de sa génération à un idéologue négationniste et plus drôle du tout : la sensation que l’accent mis sur les souffrances des Juifs dans l’histoire, et au XXe siècle en particulier, neutraliserait la reconnaissance des crimes de l’esclavage ou de la colonisation en Afrique."
If the Khazars soak up all the sympathy with forced Shoah worship, what is left for BLM?  This cuts both ways - it is why Big Jews are vehemently anti-BLM.

"How the west lost" (Lieven).  Imperial overreach.  Oddly, the author wears the same blinkers vis-à-vis China as Assholia has towards the entire world.

"Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 12" (Murray).  The CIA has apparently instructed the 'judge' to tone down her obvious bias against Assange.  Amusingly addled Clintonista spin:  "U.S. Admits Rohrabacher Offered Pardon To Cover Up Russian Hack" (RedStateRachel).

It is a bit of an issue when you continue to boast about the things you should be ashamed of:  tweet (Eli Valley):
"Portrait of @BarackObama."


"Bolivian interim President Anez withdraws from election race".  "Bolivia: Interim President Añez Withdraws from October Elections".  This is a little encouraging as it seems that the coup plotters are treating the election seriously, which isn't to say they wouldn't organize a new coup when they lose.  "Coups and Neo-Coups in Latin America" (Paz y Miño).

"Search for new director of U of T law faculty’s International Human Rights Program leads to resignations, allegations of interference" (Paradkar).  'Interference' is code for shekels!  Are there more corrupt people in the universe than university officials?  No, goyim, no there are not.  I wonder who the ((('sitting judge'/'major donor'))) is?  The Star could tell us, but presumably has (((reasons))) for omitting the key fact.  Also, what's with the ridiculous picture?

Gosztola has been doing such a good job at reporting that the CIA found a way to exclude him from the courtroom (the Brits have already done a bang-up job at establishing technical incompetence at running the court, so it is easy to fit this in as another bungle).  Somehow, Richard Medhurst got in.

"Putin Critic Navalny Releases "Evidence" Of Novichok Poisoning" (Durden).  The false-flag would have been easier with a swapped and planted bottle of water, than with a coup of tea, which raises logistical difficulties.  It might also explain why nobody else was in contact with the poison.  Still, I suspect there was no 'attack', and NATO-influenced Germans are lying.  One reason for extreme skepticism is that this supposedly deadly poison seems to have a hell of a time killing people.  Another is the conveniently shifting stories in response to criticism of implausibilities in earlier tales, which we also saw in the Skripal fiasco.

"Russia demands answers from Washington on whether the US is facilitating terrorist attacks in Crimea, after NBC report".  Bountygate backfires!

"How China is Unwinding the US’ Middle East Supremacy" (Sheikh).  No drama, just buy a lot of Iranian and Iraqi oil and let everything fall into place.

Thursday, September 17, 2020


From Strether at Naked Capitalism on the recent uptick of COVID cases:
"Pretty soon those upticks are gonna turn into a third wave. If that happens, Trump will look pretty toasty, (colorable) vaccine or no. (The savage irony would then be that the crème de la crème of America’s Professional Managerial Class — the gatekeepers of the meritocracy — failed, given months of time to prepare, to understand that their “customers” party. Or they did, and collected the tuition and housing fees anyhow. And Trump would take the hit! It’s beautiful, in its own way.)"
Not doing the 'work' of retail campaigning, which Trump and his people do and Biden doesn't, is becoming eerily similar to the Clinton campaign, and for the same reason of over-confidence based on polls.

Polish irredentism is becoming a problem:  "Covert Action Props Up U.S.-Polish Axis Against Belarus: A Deep Dive into Far-Right Regime-Change Activists and Their Backers" (FOIA Research).  "Poland and Lithuania Are Ready to ‘Take Back’ Belorussian Lands (Anna Sochina)".  Poland would also like Galicia when Ukraine breaks up.

"Michael Hudson: How an “Act of God” Pandemic Is Destroying the West: The U.S. Is Saving the Financial Sector, Not the Economy":
"A socialist government such as China’s can keep its industry going simply by simply writing down debts when they can’t be paid without forcing a closedown and bankruptcy and loss of assets and employment. The world thus has two options: a basically productive public financial system in China, or a predatory financial system in the United States.

China can recover financially and fiscally from the virus disruption because most debts ultimately are owned to the government-based banking system. Money can be created to finance the material economy, labor and industry, construction and agriculture. When a company is unable to pay its bills and rent, the government doesn’t stand by and let it be closed down and sold at a distressed price to a vulture investor.

China has an option that Western economies do not: It is in a position to do what Hammurabi and other ancient Near Eastern palatial economies did for thousands of years: write down debts so as to keep the economy resilient and functioning. It can suspend scheduled debt service, taxes, rents and public fees from having to be paid by troubled areas of its economy, because China’s government is the ultimate creditor. It need not contend with politically powerful bankers who insist that the economy at large must lose, not themselves. The government can write down the debt to keep companies in business, and also their employees. That’s what socialist governments do.

The underlying problem is finance capitalism. Its roots lie at the heart of Western civilization itself, rejecting the “circular time” permitting economic renewal by Clean Slates in favor of “linear time” in which debts are permanent and irreversible, without public oversight to manage finance and credit in the economy’s overall long-term interest.

It often is easier to get rich in such times of disaster and need than in times of normal prosperity. While the U.S. economy polarizes between creditors and debtors, the stock market anticipates fortunes being made quickly from the insolvency of business with assets and property to be grabbed. Coupled with the Federal Reserve’s credit creation to support the financial and real estate markets, asset prices are soaring (as of June 2020) for companies that expect to get even richer from the widespread distress to come in autumn 2020 when evictions and foreclosures ae scheduled to begin again. 
In that respect, the coronavirus’ effect has been to help defeat the financial sector’s enemy, governments strong enough to regulate it. The fiscal squeeze resulting from widespread unemployment, business closedowns, rent and tax arrears is being seized upon as a means of dismantling and privatizing government at the federal, state and local levels, at the expense of the citizenry at large."
"Chris Selley: Universal basic income is not coming to Canada (no matter what the Liberals say)":
"What the Trudeau Liberals could and might propose is giving poorer people more money, and in a way that doesn’t punish them for moving up the economic ladder — a perfectly fine idea. University of Manitoba economists Wayne Simpson and Harvey Stevens have proposed converting some $80 billion in non-refundable tax credits, which are of no use to the lowest-income Canadians, to refundable ones. In 2015, they calculated that the income of the poorest families — those not even halfway to the poverty line — could be jacked up nearly 30 per cent at a cost of less than $7 billion."
A good outcome would be something like this, pharmacare, and something else mildly progressive (say, federal child care on the model Quebec already has).  This would barely pull Canada up to the level of its 'peers', and is doable and hardly radical (progress in Canada always sticks on the lousy example to the south, and recalcitrant conservative Premiers).


"Myths and Lies About Poverty in America" (Jesse Jackson).

+972 is one of the slightly less horrible of the Zionist PR outlets, but they often display their true colors:  "Why are ‘anti-imperialists’ defending dictators?" (Joseph B.).  Obviously, this kind of crap sheds a true light on the lite Zionism of the rest of the site.  What really bothers them is that Israel falls on the wrong side of the righteously moral line drawn by the 'tankies':
"On domestic issues such as the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States, tankies tend to take progressive positions. This makes their politics on peripheral countries all the more confusing, especially for those of us on the receiving end of our governments’ brutalities. Tankies would thus condemn American cops yet praise Hong Kong cops, or condemn the Israeli military while praising the Russian army."
Leaving out that Woodward has always been pure CIA:  "Why Bob Woodward’s ‘Rage’ is a lie built on a lie, and what Trump vs ‘Military Messiah Syndrome’ really is about" (Ritter) (my emphasis in red):
"It is Trump’s tortured relationship with the military that stands out the most, especially as told through the eyes of former Secretary of Defense Jim ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis, a retired marine general. It is clear that Bob Woodward spent hours speaking with Mattis – the insights, emotions and internal voice captured in the book show a level of intimacy that could only be reached through in-depth interviews, and Woodward has a well-earned reputation for getting people to speak to him.

The book makes it clear that Mattis viewed Trump as a threat to the US’ standing as the defender of a rules-based order – built on the back of decades-old alliances – that had been in place since the end of the Second World War.

It also makes it clear that Mattis and the military officers he oversaw placed defending this order above implementing the will of the American people, as expressed through the free and fair election that elevated Donald Trump to the position of commander-in-chief. In short, Mattis and his coterie of generals knew best, and when the president dared issue an order or instruction that conflicted with their vision of how the world should work, they would do their best to undermine this order, all the while confirming to the president that it was being followed.

This trend was on display in Woodward’s telling of Trump’s efforts to forge better relations with North Korea. At every turn, Mattis and his military commanders sought to isolate the president from the reality on the ground, briefing him only on what they thought he needed to know, and keeping him in the dark about what was really going on.

In a telling passage, Woodward takes us into the mind of Jim Mattis as he contemplates the horrors of a nuclear war with North Korea, and the responsibility he believed he shouldered when it came to making the hard decision as to whether nuclear weapons should be used or not. Constitutionally, the decision was the president’s alone to make, something Mattis begrudgingly acknowledges. But in Mattis’ world, he, as secretary of defense, would be the one who influenced that decision.

Mattis, along with the other general officers described by Woodward, is clearly gripped with what can only be described as the ‘Military Messiah Syndrome’.

What defines this ‘syndrome’ is perhaps best captured in the words of Emma Sky, the female peace activist-turned adviser to General Ray Odierno, the one-time commander of US forces in Iraq. In a frank give-and-take captured by Ms. Sky in her book ‘The Unravelling’, Odierno spoke of the value he placed on the military’s willingness to defend “freedom” anywhere in the world. “There is,” he said, “no one who understands more the importance of liberty and freedom in all its forms than those who travel the world to defend it.”

Ms. Sky responded in typically direct fashion: “One day, I will have you admit that the [Iraq] war was a bad idea, that the administration was led by a radical neocon program, that the US’s standing in the world has gone down greatly, and that we are far less safe than we were before 9/11.”

Odierno would have nothing of it. “It will never happen while I’m the commander of soldiers in Iraq.”

“To lead soldiers in battle,” Ms. Sky noted, “a commander had to believe in the cause.” Left unsaid was the obvious: even if the cause was morally and intellectually unsound.

This, more than anything, is the most dangerous thing about the ‘Military Messiah Syndrome’ as captured by Bob Woodward – the fact that the military is trapped in an inherited reality divorced from the present, driven by precepts which have nothing to with what is, but rather by what the military commanders believe should be. The unyielding notion that the US military is a force for good becomes little more than meaningless drivel when juxtaposed with the reality that the mission being executed is inherently wrong. 
The ‘Military Messiah Syndrome’ lends itself to dishonesty and, worse, to self-delusion. It is one thing to lie; it is another altogether to believe the lie as truth."
and (on Trump's missile attack on Syria which was triggered by the White Helmets false flag 'chemical' attack):
". . . the President should have been outraged by the processes behind the attack, where military commanders, fully afflicted by ‘Military Messiah Syndrome’, offered up solutions that solved nothing for problems that did not exist. Not a single general (or admiral) had the courage to tell the president that the allegations against Syria were a hoax, and that a military response was not only not needed, but would be singularly counterproductive.

But that’s not how generals and admirals – or colonels and lieutenant colonels – are wired. That kind of introspective honesty cannot happen while they are in command. 
Bob Woodward knows this truth, but he chose not to give it a voice in his book, because to do so would disrupt the pre-scripted narrative that he had constructed, around which he bent and twisted the words of those he interviewed – including the president and Jim Mattis. As such, ‘Rage’ is, in effect, a lie built on a lie. It is one thing for politicians and those in power to manipulate the truth to their advantage. It’s something altogether different for journalists to report something as true that they know to be a lie."
Day Eight with Gosztola.  Today is on redaction, which the Assholes claim, unfairly, Assange didn't do, and the history of the Espionage Act.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020


Gosztola Day Seven.  Goetz and Ellsberg.

"Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 10" (Murray).  The defence is establishing everything it wants.  Shame about the 'judge' and the fix being already in.

"US attempting to block Spanish investigation into CIA spying on Assange" (Grenfell).

"Abraham Accords: The War Pact Among Jim Crow States of the Middle East" (Cole).  "How a British policeman helped normalise torture in a Gulf monarchy" ('Andullah').  Perfect 'peace' partner for Khazaria.

"Trump Vs The Military-Industrial-Complex: Coup Concerns Escalate" (Ehret).  Some recent coups and coup attempts.

"Troubled Times at The Intercept" (Reichard).  Starts out well but then devolves into the usual recent CounterPunch Russiagate drivel.

Only 11% know the truth.  It's fucking outrageous:  "Nearly two-thirds of US young adults unaware 6m Jews killed in the Holocaust" (Sherwood).

Did its job

"Treason" (Whitney) (also).  This is the formal teeth of Soros, part of his color revolution against the American people, and makes his otherwise seemingly counterproductive - at least, for Biden - promotion of mass rioting seem to be part of a bigger, semi-coherent plan.  It is a shame to see Wilkerson is a traitor.  Brooks is Deep, Deep Swamp (though the daughter of Barbara Ehrenreich!).  She was Counselor to Michèle Flournoy during the Barry years, and Flournoy is almost certainly going to be appointed Secretary of Wars For The Jews during the Harris Administration.

Tweet (Glenn Greenwald):
"When the pro-war Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee in July joined with Liz Cheney and her warmonger-GOP faction to block WH troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, they constantly cited the Russia bounty story to justify it. So this did its job:"
Your next leader, Assholia!: tweet (Juanita Broaddrick) (the replies point out it has been edited, but still . . . ):
"This is Biden on The View unable you form coherent sentences. Look at the ladies reaction. Priceless."
At the very least, any voter for Biden is really voting for a backroom collection of ((('donors'))) who will call all the shots.

"People worry that 'moderate' Democrats like Joe Biden are the same as Republicans. Our study suggests they may be right" (Singer/Rockenbach).

"Venezuela Arrests ‘CIA Spy’ on Oil Refinery ‘Stakeout’" (Dobson) (also).  The Fat Fuck keeps trying, and it is difficult to escape the idea that some atrocity against the people of Venezuela is part of Trump's reelection plan for Florida votes.

"One American Wrote Most of Scots Wikipedia. And They Got It All Wrong." (Mason)!  Not speaking the language did not deter him from trying!

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Throw things up into the air

"The Left’s extreme behavior is solidifying support for Trump; it’s as if BLM has been invented by the Republicans" (Bruk).  "Why the US left loses: they can’t support Kyle Rittenhouse & Kenosha’s Jacob Blake" (Mazaheri).

""Liberalism's future now rests on a single question"" (interview with William Davies):
"One of the difficulties that liberals had (and still have) in understanding what happened over the period I'm discussing is that their own political assumptions and ideas about the world stopped working. It was taken for granted that people vote in favour of higher GDP growth, consensus, social peace. But what if they don't? What if they have a desire to throw things up into the air, and what if they might have good reasons for that? In many ways this is a repeat of what was seen economically in 2008, when basic explanatory principles of liberal economics stopped working."
"Intelligence Gathering at Protests, by J.D.".  Soros runs a tight, well organized, ship, including a full counter-intelligence operation.

Solid piece on the Black Dahlia murder:  "The Black Dahlia" (Corwin).

Danny Casolaro's medal

"Unipolar Spin: Why Imperial Leftists Vilify Russia’s Social Democracy" (Flores).

"Assange Trial Week 1: The Flaw at the Heart of the Prosecution Case" (Rees).

Tweet (Max Blumenthal):
"There it is. The US regime is neutralizing adversarial journalism by making an example of Assange."
"Your Man in the Public Gallery: Assange Hearing Day 9" (Murray). I hope the CIA isn't paying very much for James Lewis QC (corrected), as his skill level for his job is comically low, though, of course, as the fix is in, it doesn't matter.  Simply expressing fury and hectoring witnesses does not make for good cross examination.

Gosztola day six.

"The truth behind Netanyahu's admission that police killing was a cover-up" (Cook):
"The only reason the prime minister decided to break with Israel’s decades-old policy of dissembling to ensure its security services enjoy impunity over the deaths of Palestinians was to help himself out of a jam. It certainly was not because he cared about a glaring injustice, or about Abu al-Qiyan’s vilification and the family’s suffering - both of which he very much contributed to.

Netanyahu’s goal was not to clear Abu al-Qiyan’s name, but to tarnish the reputation of Israel’s police and prosecution service - and for all the wrong reasons. The police force and prosecutors involved in the killing of Abu al-Qiyan, and the cover-up of that crime, are the same police force and prosecution service that will be acting against Netanyahu in December, when his corruption trial begins in earnest.

Netanyahu faces a string of charges that he committed bribery, fraud and breach of trust. His political survival now depends on his ability to breathe life into a narrative that the Israeli police and legal system are themselves corrupt and waging an anti-democratic war to bring him down.  
This is the story he is trying to craft: if police and prosecutors could deceive even Israel’s prime minister for three years over the killing of an Israeli citizen, are they not also capable of deceiving the public by accusing Netanyahu himself of being corrupt?"
Well, as they say, duh!: "America’s War on Terror is the True Cause of Europe’s Refugee Crisis" (Cockburn).

"Democrats Go All-Out for Israel" (Giraldi).  Harris opened the wallets of a large number of ((('donors'))) who were sitting on the fence watching the 'good for the Jews' sweepstakes known as an Assholian Presidential election.

Danny Casolaro's medal.  "The Danny Casolaro Primer: 13 reasons to doubt the official narrative surrounding his death" (Best).

Monday, September 14, 2020

Hack narrative

"Dark Web Voter Database Report Casts New Doubts on Russian Election Hack Narrative" (Porter).  Not the Russian government, but hackers looking for data to sell.

"Maintaining Pretence Over Reality: ‘Simply Put, the Iranians Outfoxed the U.S. Defence Systems’" (Crooke).  More white elephants as targets for asymmetric warfare.  Iran remains blessed by the stupidity of its enemies.

"Reconsidering the Presidential Election" (The Saker):
"The US of 2020 in so many ways reminds me of Russia in February 1917: the ruling classes were drunk on their ideological dogmas and never realized that the revolution they so much wanted would end up killing most of them. This is exactly what the US ruling classes are doing: they are acting like a parasite who cannot understand that by killing its host it will also kill itself. The likes of Pelosi very much remind me of Kerensky, the man who first destroyed the 1000 year old Russian monarchy and who then proceeded to replace it with kind of totally dysfunctional “masonic democracy” which only lasted 8 months until the Bolsheviks finally seized power and restored law and order (albeit in a viciously ruthless manner)."
"Gullible Trump was manipulated by Netanyahu’s Deep Fake Video of Mahmoud Abbas to Cut off Palestinians" (Cole).  "Iran considering plot to assassinate US ambassador to South Africa is Bullshit" (Salam).

"The CIA Book Publishing Operations" (Price).

"Declaring Elections Illegitimate - By Rejecting To Send Observers" (Moon).  The weaponization of elections where the Fat Fuck doesn't like the winner keeps getting worse and worse.

Stress position

"High Crimes Against Journalism and Decency: Jeffrey Goldberg's Insane 'Trump Called Troops Suckers' Piece Is a New Low" (Rall).  Back with a twin:  "Alexander Vindman: Trump Is Putin’s ‘Useful Idiot’" (concentration camp guard).  I have to say we all owe Shifty a real debt of gratitude for parading all those Russiaphobic State Department worthies spewing literally insane bullshit during the impeachment, hoping to lead to WWIII, as it demonstrated just how bad things really are.  What the people running Assholia truly believe is completely unbelievable!  If the concentration camp guard keeps up the pace of supremacist lying Americans are going to feel like Palestinian prisoners by the time the election rolls around.  Goldberg is just the latest 'stress position'.

"Election Reporting" (Robinson).  Another incident to throw in the 'Putin/Russia is doomed' filing cabinet.

"Trump and the Gordian Knot, Year Three" (Armstrong):
"German-American relations provide an observation point. There are four demands the Trump Administration makes of its allies – Huawei, Iran, Nord Stream 2 and defence spending – and all four converge on Germany. Germany is one of the most important American allies; it is probably the second-most important NATO member; it is the economic engine of the European Union. Should it truly defy Washington on these issues, there would be fundamental damage to the U.S. imperium. (And, if George Friedman is correct in stating that preventing a Germany-Russia coalition is the “primordial interest” of the USA, the damage could be greater still.) And yet that is what we are looking at: on several issues Berlin is defying Washington."
"And so we can see that the Trump Administration is stamping around the room, smashing the furniture, brusquely ordering its allies to do as they’re told or else. One could hardly find a better exponent of this in-your-face style than “we lied, we cheated, we stole” Mike Pompeo. If your object were to outrage allies so much that they quit themselves, he’s ideal. Washington’s demands, stripped of the highfalutin accompanying rhetoric of freedom, are: join its sanctions against China and Iran; buy its gas; buy its weapons; if not, risk being declared “adversaries” in a sanctions war. Germany is defiant on Huawei, Iran, Nord Stream and weaponry; much of Europe is as well and Berlin’s example will have much effect on the others."
Thread by Michael Dougan on the Brexit adventures of Boris.  Unify Ireland (some kind of loose federal state), put Eire+ in the EU, and the problem disappears.

The Fat Fuck fired the Assholian Ambassador to China for being too good at his job:  "Terry Branstad Unexpectedly Quits As US Ambassador To Beijing" (Durden).

Gosztola Day Five.  The legal perils of over-caffeination.

"PLO: Normalisation prepares for formation of military alliances led by Israel".  Bahrain isn't really a country, just a vassal of Saudi Arabia, so having Bahrain sign on to President Kushner's supremacist bandwagon is just a way for the Saudis to participate in the Khazar love-fest without being seen by the 'street' to have betrayed the Palestinians.

Burn belt

Tweets by Hamza Shaban on the vile role of The Intercept in serving as a US intelligence cut out/honey pot to entrap whistleblowers, including Reality Winner (interesting, as Shaban is in an even more intelligence-agency-compromised outlet than the JYT).

Tweet (Brittany Winner, PhD):"
"She trusted them, but the Intercept didn't protect my sister, #RealityWinner. #FreeRealityWinner"
Astonishing, very late treatment from the JYT: "The Intercept Promised to Reveal Everything. Then Its Own Scandal Hit." (White). Astonishing because the JYT is in the same intelligence agency protecting/promoting racket as The Intercept, so usually won't rock that particular boat.  The real reason for a general attack on The Intercept is that Russiagate is back, even more important to the Never Trumpers as the election approaches, and Greenwald is a powerful opponent of The Narrative, and thus needs to be taken down.  Unfortunately, Greenwald tends to lash out furiously at any critics, and refuses to acknowledge how deeply wrong it is for a supposed whistleblower outlet to immediately effectively out whistleblowers who turn to it.

The single good thing to come out of this is that The Intercept has been displayed for what it really is, and hopefully no more whistleblowers are taken it by its trickery.  The JYT article is, of course, a basic lie, as it describes the events as a 'mistake', when The Intercept is without question an asset of the National Security State.  You won't read about it in the JYT, even where they discuss other recent stories, but this is a pattern of behavior:  "Another Whistleblower Bites the Dust as The Intercept Adds a Third Notch to Its Burn Belt" (Webb).

I wonder if Scahill and Cole have those secret CIA medals we keep hearing about, or are they just happy with the bounty.

In the same seamless mix of 'journalism' and Swamp, note that Richard Esposito is now the top spokesman for the New York Police Department.