Monday, October 19, 2020

It is all one story

"FBI 'Has To Come Clean' About Corruption Evidence, Potential Child Porn On Hunter Biden's Laptop: Sen. Johnson":

"Host Maria Bartiromo brought up a salient point - that the FBI was allegedly in possession of Hunter Biden's laptop which contains apparent evidence of pay-for-play corruption in Ukraine, at the same time Congressional Democrats were impeaching President Trump for asking Ukraine to investigate exactly that."

"Steve Bannon Behind 'Roll-Out Plan' For Hunter Biden Emails, Says 'Multiple Stories From Multiple Media Sources' About To Hit" (Trump would be wise to get Bannon away from this story, as his presence just provides talking points for the Dems):
"Mr. Bannon: Joe Biden is a liar, a fraud, and compromised by Chinese cash. In short, he is a national security crisis. The hard drive combines emails and text messages that show a massive involvement with companies controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. Also, there are 25,000 images that show a drug-addled, depraved lifestyle — one that decent hardworking Americans will not want near the White House.

Revolver: The FBI has been holding onto the hard drive for almost a year? Any sense of why? Was there any indication that they were seriously interested in a criminal case, assuming that there is, in fact, illegal material on there? If not, why would the FBI simply hold onto information like that?

Mr. Bannon: The President must confront the director of the FBI on why the information housed on this hard drive was not moved on immediately. If the content of the hard drive had been released when received in November 2019, there would have been no impeachment of Trump, and Bernie Sanders would be the Democratic Party nominee. This confrontation should take place this weekend in the Oval Office. If Wray doesn’t have a bulletproof reason he should be fired in the room."
"Does This Explain Why Facebook Was So Quick To Suppress Hunter Biden Revelations?" (Widburg).  The word for this is 'corruption'.

What is it? - irony? - that Russiagate was all about Trump posing national security risks due to his having been compromised, financially and by sexual blackmail, by Putin, when we now receive platinum evidence that it is Biden that poses the national security risk due to his being hopelessly compromised by Chinese money, and possibly by sexual blackmail against his pedoson.

I'm taking my blogging life in my hands trusting the genius Google programmers with 3 links in a row to ZeroHedge.  Please send your prayers to the hyperlinking chances of the New Blogger (it is telling that they removed the 'test this link' capacity from the interface, probably hoping that the blogger would not know the links would not work, thus shadow banned in a way). 

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Delete the tweets

 "The UAE-Israeli Connection: Who Benefits from All This?" (Mikhin).  Watching the Iron Dome spectacularly fail, again, while Iran reduces the UAE into a pile of rubble, would be very entertaining.

"‘It’s been so, so surreal.’ Critics of Sweden’s lax pandemic policies face fierce backlash" (Vogel) (note that they have quietly come around without admitting they did anything wrong).  "COVID-19: The Case Against Herd Immunity" (Ferrada de Noli).

"Gov. Andrew Cuomo plays a dangerous double game with New York Jews" (Braunstein).  The problem, goy, is entirely 'anti-Semitism', and not, of course, complete lack of compliance with the law by scofflaw Khazars.

The FBI is no more and no less than a PR division of the Democrats, and have consistently behaved accordingly:  "Senate Homeland Committee Demands Answers From FBI Over Hunter Biden Laptop" (Durden) (link:  "" - it seems that the genius programmers at Google finally lifted the ZeroHedge censorship).  Had the repair guy not contacted Giuliani, nobody would have ever heard about the laptops.

"Before the Bidens ‘Did’ Ukraine, There Was Iraq – and Serbia" (Jatras).  What Assholes have to look forward to.

Biden has (mostly) kept his vile intentions quiet (no reason to scare off voters if he doesn't have to):  tweet (tim anderson):

"More aggressive than you: #Biden again attacks Trump from the right, accuses him of helping #Venezuela and #Maduro through deportations."

Tweet (Mark Ames):

"The most USian-Left response to Hunter Biden siphoning millions out of Europe’s poorest country while his Ukraine Viceroy daddy imposes devastating austerity programs backed by neofascist muscle—policies continued by Trump— is, “we must feel Hunter Biden’s pain”."

"Top 50 U.S. Think Tanks Receive over $1Billion from US Government and Defense Contractors" (Boland).  "RAND and the Malevolent Encirclement of Russia" (Engdahl).  "Creeping Plutocracy after ‘Citizens United’: How US Election Spending skyrocketed to the GDP of some whole Countries" (Horncastle).

"Twitter Refuses To Unlock NYPost Account Unless Paper Deletes Tweets About Hunter Biden" (Durden) (link:  They have to delete the tweets that nobody can see!  It seems to be back.

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Hack and leak

 "Facebook and Twitter's Intervention Highlights Dangerous New Double Standard" (Taibbi):

"The optics of a former Democratic Party spokesman suddenly donning a Facebook official’s hat to announce a ban of a story damaging to Democrats couldn’t be worse. Moreover, the Orwellian construct described in papers like the Times suggests that for tech executives, pundits, and Democratic Party officials alike, the lines between fake news and bad news, between actual misinformation and information that is merely politically adverse, have been blurred. It’s no longer clear that some of these people see a meaningful distinction between the two ideas. 

The public can’t help but see this. While papers like the Times denounce the true Podesta emails as “misinformation,” and Facebook says the New York Post story must be kept out of sight until verified, the standard for, say, the Steele dossier was and is opposite. In that case, we were told “raw intelligence” should be published so that “Americans can make up their own minds” about information that, while “salacious and unverified,” may still be freely read on Twitter and Facebook, reported on in the New York Times and Washington Post, and talked about on NBC, so long as it has not been completely “disproven.”

As Erik Wemple of the Washington Post points out, even that last point is no longer true, but the Steele dossier and plenty of other products of what Axios calls “hack and leak” journalism continue to be embraced and freely distributed. The obvious double-standard guarantees that the tech platforms will henceforth be viewed by a huge portion of the population as political censors instead of standards enforcers, and moreover that mainstream press pronouncements about such controversies will be deemed automatically untrustworthy by that same population."

"Yes, The Hunter Biden Emails Are Authentic by Larry C Johnson".  More details on the mechanics of the story.  Crackheads like Hunter tend to be sloppy with their lives, and with their stuff.

Remember Mohamed Atta was working for the government, training wannabe jihadists in New Jersey around 2000, the time he was supposed to be a student in Hamburg?  We've seen a long list of young Muslim men entrapped through confidential informants working for the FBI.  Well, the Assholian government is still up to the same tricks, this time with the gullible being wannabe revolutionaries, and it is not at all clear whether they are 'Nazis' or 'Antifa' (though, of course, to fit The Narrative, they will always be called 'Nazis').  "Secret recordings of neo-Nazi terror network The Base 'show the group actively recruiting US military members as they prepare for the "impending collapse" of US society and the coming race war'" (Fruen).  I'd be shocked if Rinaldo Nazzaro wasn't on some government payroll.

"How Yelp Scams Photographers (and Other Business Owners)" (St Louis) (original link:  "").

"Japan to release Fukushima contaminated water into sea: Reports".

Totally false

 "Jonathan Turley: Hunter Biden's laptop and the Facebook, Twitter censorship scandal – watch these 3 things".  If you ignore the efforts of Dems desperately trying to change the subject to Russia (again!), there's considerable reason to take the contents of the laptop at face value.  The Dems must be having nightmare flashbacks - campaign way, way ahead, Trump seemingly floundering, and suddenly what should appear, with no warning, a bunch of communications which demonstrate Biden Crime Family criminality, lying about criminality, and influence peddling?  Not again!  No effort at dealing with the substance, just spout crazed rumors about Putin (as Turley notes, an innocent Biden family would be making all sorts of other objections, and hasn't said any of the obvious things the innocent might say).  The single advantage Biden has is the fact he, very much unlike Killary, doesn't have a reputation as an absolute crook.  The Clinton emails just confirmed what everybody already knew, while the Biden material might be explained as a product of a very troubled son.

Given the fact this material had been sitting around for months, and went through Giuliani, I think we can confirm that this, and not an attack on Iran or some other atrocity out of line with Trump's isolationist brand, is the October Surprise.

"Hunter Biden Business Associate Flips From Prison, Releases Emails Detailing China Influence-Peddling Operation" (Durden) (ZeroHedge lonk:  "").

"You Should Absolutely NOT Read The Disgusting, Totally False Story About Joe Biden's Son That We've Linked To In This Article".

Friday, October 16, 2020

A bagman op

This thing has been creeping around in the far-right undergrowth, and it is good to see somebody call it out for what it is:  "The Great Barrington Declaration: A manifesto of death" (Damon).

"Facebook and Twitter Cross a Line Far More Dangerous Than What They Censor" (Greenwald).  The fact that the failson - a cliché in Assholian Presidential politics is some feckless semi-criminal relative of a candidate or President, often with substance abuse issues - peddles influence (in between the whores and crack), the influence being his corrupt father, isn't anywhere near as interesting - in fact, a reasonable person could accept the whole story and still reasonably vote for Biden - as the efforts by the social media to cover up for their preferred candidate.  They have far too much power, and obviously are now so full of themselves they can't even muster the slightest self-restraint in exercising it.  Zero fear of any regulation.

"American Coup d’états" (Monaco).  "Fact-Checking the Liars: the Record of U.S. Imperial War and Plunder" (Mackler).  "The U.S. Did Not Defeat Fascism in WWII, It Discretely Internationalized It" (Rockhill).

"POTUS Punk vs. Dem Dementia" (Escobar):

"Now let’s Follow The Money. 

That’s a slam dunk. For Republicans, the top bagman is casino schemer Sheldon Adelson – who literally bought Congress for a paltry $150 million. For Democrats, it’s Haim Saban – who owns his own think tank and is Hillary’s go-to moneyman. The Dem dementia is essentially a bagman op.

To make it even more digestible, both Adelson and Saban are rabid Israeli-firsters. A dissident Beltway intel op cuts all corners: “The Mafia front man Sheldon Adelson financed Trump for Israeli insurance even though Israel was for Hillary.”"

I wonder if Khazars hate Armenians so much - the (((Dönmeh))) did the Armenian genocide in Turkey, and now this - because the Armenians are living in part of what should be the real Khazar homeland:  "Jews Are Enabling Genocide Against Armenian Christians In Nagorno-Karabakh" (Striker):

"The Azeri military’s war crimes against Armenian Christians have not attracted much in the way of bad publicity in the English-speaking world, likely due to the country’s close ties to international Jewry.

Last week, Azerbaijan deliberately bombed the centuries old Ghazanchetsots Cathedral. When Russian journalists arrived to report on the damage, the Azeri military launched another barrage of shells, critically injuring one. Scores of civilians have also been targeted and killed on the Armenian side.

Turkey is singled out as being the primary regional instigator in this Caucus war, but Israel’s support for Azerbaijan is arguably more substantial. The state of Israel provides 60% of Azerbaijan’s weapons, and its high tech arms, such as IAI Harops (“suicide drones”), have given the Azeri military a unique strategic edge that the Armenians have no counter to.

International investigators have also uncovered evidence that the Azeri’s are using Israeli M095 DPICM cluster munitions — which are illegal under international law — to kill and maim non-combatants.

An Israeli court recently struck down a lawsuit supported by the country’s small Armenian community, complaining that weapons manufactured in Israel were implicated in crimes against humanity. Lawyers provided evidence showing that Israel was secretly airlifting weapons to Azerbaijan just days before the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict erupted, a shocking revelation left out of most Western reporting on the subject. The Zionist regime has vowed to continue selling billions of dollars in arms to the Azerbaijan government.

The Trump administration has shown more interest in supporting Azerbaijan than any government before it, largely as a passive act of harassment against Iran. So far, $100 million dollars in aid have been dispatched to the country, but Washington has not been deeply involved in the current unfolding conflict.

The Azeri government’s lobbying tactic in the run up to this war has been to directly curry favor with American Jewry. In March, it became the first Muslim country to give a speech at AIPAC.

Last July, Armenians in Los Angeles protesting against Azerbaijan’s aggression were selectively charged with “hate crimes.” Hate crimes charges in America are generally reserved for politically disfavored ethnic groups who clash with favored ones.

Last week, Azeri ambassador Elin Suleymanov met with the Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) in an attempt to get Washington to increase support for his country’s war effort."

"Bolivian coup officials and supporters stalk international election observers, launch violent incitement campaign" (Norton).  The coup plotters are getting ready for when they lose, or, alternatively, for when they steal the election and need to explain away the reports of international monitors.

All faked

Here's another Clintonista attempt at sarcastic deflection from the laptop with its scary emails and prostitutes and crack.  Tweet thread (Dan Sloan).  Of course, they want to claim the stories from the computer guy and Giuliani are an unlikely stories, while simultaneously telling us that the real story is that somehow that rascal Putin got wind of the laptop and planted damaging emails on it (intending to help the reelection of his slave, Trump), all of which emails seem (mostly) to track what we know of the facts involving Joe and Hunter.

The computer guy naturally doesn't want to be sethriched.

"WaPo Exposes Rudy Giuliani as a Russian Agent" (Anglin).

"‘Russian hacking’! Media reverts to form in responding to Hunter Biden/Burisma report" (Malic):

"Actual journalists would have at least asked why these Hunter Biden emails are being released now, if “Russia” supposedly got them in January – at the peak of the Democrats’ attempt to impeach President Trump. After all, their principal argument was that Trump was “soliciting foreign interference” in the US election (!) by telling Ukraine it should investigate Hunter Biden’s dealings with Burisma and the circumstances of the firing of a state prosecutor reportedly looking into it. Mind you, this is with Joe Biden on the record boasting about getting the prosecutor fired. 

What was the FBI doing for the past year, just sitting on evidence that a Burisma official literally asked Hunter to “use your influence to convey a message/signal” to protect the company from the government in Kiev? It sure seemed pertinent to the whole impeachment business. 

You won’t hear these questions asked by the mainstream US media, though. They are literally insisting it’s all false, there’s nothing to see here, move along. Russia!"

"Shhh! Don’t Talk About Hunter Biden" (Dreher).  "The New York Post Gets the AmRen Treatment" (Hood).

The bigger issue:  "DC’s Atlantic Council raked in funding from Hunter Biden’s corruption-stained employer while courting his VP father" (Blumenthal).

Another reason to like Trump:  tweet (Jake Tapper):

"The president was asked last night by @SavannahGuthrie about his sharing of the insane lie that the heroes of SEAL Team Six didn’t actually kill OBL, that it was all faked — empirically a smear of brave servicemembers and a deranged claim."

"Former French President Sarkozy charged over Libyan financing".

This is a huge solve of a notorious case, including a wrongfully railroaded man who was only released due to DNA, in Canada:  "How DNA and a genealogy website helped lead to the killer of Christine Jessop" (Gillis/Hasham).

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Oops!...I Did It Again

 After Jack's apology for censorship - described as a communications problem! - he immediately turns around and does it again!:  "Senate Judiciary To Subpoena Jack Dorsey After Twitter Suspends Trump Campaign, House GOP Accounts Over Biden Scandal" (Durden) (ZeroHedge link, for if you are going to bury a link for partisan political purposes, this is the one Google would pick to bury:  "").  This is a guy who knows for certain there will be no consequences.  The good part is that something like the Streisand Effect means that this issue, which would have been buried by the (((media))), now has some life.

""I Wanted It Out Of My Shop" - Computer Repairman Shares Why He Gave Laptop With Hunter Biden's Emails To The FBI" (Durden) (ZeroHedge link:  It looks very much like the FBI would have buried this, too, part of the big Comey cover-up of Barry-Killary-Biden wrongdoing, had not the shop owner reached out to Giuliani's attorney.

"Running Out of Time… October Surprise Redux?" (Giraldi).  The problem for the Republicans is that the Barry Coup is enough of an 'inside the beltway' story that the (((media))) can bury it on the basis that nobody would care.

"Media Again Falsely Claim That Joe Biden's Intervention In Ukraine Was Innocent" (Moon).

The pathetic attempts at sarcasm by the Clintonistas, with the inevitable 'foreign interference' conspiracy theory, evidence a real concern about this laptop, which is starting to look like the Rosetta Stone to the whole Biden Crime Family:  "Details Emerge On Giuliani-Post Story, And The Obvious Frame-up Looks Clearly Like Russian Propaganda" (Sumner).

Added: tweet (Matt Taibbi):

"So a laptop with video of the candidate’s son smoking crack while having sex was left for repairs, but after that someone uploaded fake correspondence on the device?"

Foreign Intelligence Operation

 "A New Book Warns of the Imminent Danger of a Kamala Harris Presidency" (Parry).  Leaving aside the outrage of taking a gratuitous shot at Heidegger, one of the most important thinkers in world history, we get (this is getting back to a. nolen territory):  Marcuse+CIA -> 'critical theory' -> New Left -> movement of socialism from shop floor to academia, where it dies in a deadly explosion of identity politics -> Clintonista zombie anti-progressive monster in President-To-Be Harris.

"As it happens, the relationship between the CIA and the New Left’s intellectuals goes back to its origins. One of the most prominent idealogues of the Frankfurt School, Herbert Marcuse — often referred to as the “father of the New Left” — spent almost a full decade during the 1940s working for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the precursor to the CIA, and as an anti-Soviet intelligence analyst in the U.S. State Department. This was not just during wartime but continued well after WWII was over in West Germany until 1951 when Marcuse immigrated to the United States to work as a professor at universities on the east coast, the same year that the CCF was founded. However, one interesting fact that Maupin overlooks is that while Kamala Harris was growing up in Oakland in the 1960s, Marcuse relocated his teaching career out to the west coast at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), where his work continued to be cited as an influence by the middle-class student activists and radicals of the counterculture as the left drifted further away from the socialist countries and the working class."

This is probably the single most outrageous incident to date of pure partisan political interference by social media companies:  "Twitter BLOCKS sharing links to NYPost’s Hunter Biden emails story, invoking ‘HACKED MATERIALS’ policy for first time ever" and "Twitter Blocks NEW YORK POST Scoop On Hunter Biden" (Sailer):
"Isn’t visiting websites directly how the Internet used to work back in say, 2000? There were a lot of different websites and you clicked on the one you wanted to go to.

Why was it a good idea to set up a handful of zillionaire monopolists as the intermediaries between individuals and web content they want to access?"
Original story:  "Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad" (Morris/Fonrouge) (original link:  "").  This outrageous partisan political interference has given the story wings, leading to more juicy details:  "Latest Cache Of Emails Detail How Hunter Biden Earned Millions In China "For Introductions"" (ZeroHedge link, for the usual Blogger reasons: "")

Amongst other things, Biden straight up lied about the introduction in question not having happened.

"Understanding Hunter Biden's Crazy Email Laptop Scandal In 30 Seconds" (Seaman).  I knew this was going to be good when the Dems instantly came up with a big list of possible problems with the original story, to be used as talking points by the usual liars.  Even by Clintonista standards, this is remarkably foul (note the reincarnation of Russiagate!!!):  "Foreign Operatives and Rudy Try to Bail out Trump Again" (Marshall):
"As I noted above this is obviously yet another foreign intelligence operation in which Giuliani has involved himself. The only question is whether it is of the 2016 variety – a caper originated by a foreign state like Russia or whether it’s someone from one of the Gulf Emirates doing the work at Trump and Giuliani’s bidding."

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

So commercialized

 "Of Amazon We Should Be Afraid, Very Afraid!" (Wilds) (ZeroHedge link: "").  Tweet (Emo Philips):

"#PrimeDayhas gotten so commercialized"
Tweet (Mark Ames):
""White Lives Matter" + EU flags march in Ukraine. 
Today Ukraine officially honors its WWII Nazi collaborators OUN-UPA, whose members participated in the Holocaust & murdered 100,000 ethnic Poles. It's illegal in Ukraine to "disrespect" its Nazi collabos."
Tweet (@zei_squirrel):
"the guardian obituary of david graeber contains zero mentions of one of his primary areas of focus over the past 5 years: supporting corbyn and exposing the smear campaign against him. why? bc as david pointed out the guardian played a crucial role in this. it's his pinned tweet!"
"Nayib Bukele's war on quality investigative journalism" (El Salvador Prespectives),  On the bright side, at least they have investigative journalism.

I always find the American nationalists interesting because of all the philosophy they churn through:  "Hook, Line, & Sinker: Steve Bannon & the Usual Suspects" (O'Meara).

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

You are my soldiers. We are at war.

"What Did Billionaire Leon Black of Apollo Get for >$50 Million in Fees to Jeffrey Epstein?" (Smith).  "Why Did Leon Black Pay Jeffrey Epstein $50 Million?" (Durden) (Zerohedge link for when Blogger censors it:  (((Black))) seems to have taken over from (((Wexner))) as the (((macher funder))) of the blackmail scheme.  What he got is simple - Wars For The Jews from politicians over a pedo-blackmail barrel.

"Bolivia: Leftist Parliamentary Candidate Brenda Segovia Arrested".

"Organizer of Brooklyn Orthodox Jewish anti-lockdown protest arrested, charged with ‘inciting to riot’".  "Hasidic counter-protester critically injured in Borough Park Cuomo-de Blasio protest, now in stable condition" (Boigon).  "In Borough Park, an anti-shutdown protest turns into a pro-Trump rally — and a journalist is assaulted" (Feldman/Chizhik-Goldschmidt/Chernikoff):

"Most of Tischler’s neighbors are Hasidic, but he is not. He does not wear the community’s uniform for men of black and white clothing, or curled sidelocks.

He works as an “expediter,” who facilitates official permits and other paperwork for construction professionals, but he also runs a weekly call-in show on YouTube and Facebook. After studying in yeshiva, he served time in prison for immigration fraud. He ran for City Council, but got only 4% of the votes.

Yet since the summer, when he gained wide attention among Orthodox Jews for taking bolt cutters to the chains around playgrounds in Hasidic neighborhoods, his profile has been rising.

“I don’t understand, why only the Jews?” Tischler said in an interview Wednesday, expressing the widespread Orthodox conviction that Cuomo’s rules unfairly single out their communities. “We contribute to this country more than anybody else, so you will respect us.”"

"Take pity on Britain because it is approaching catastrophe" (Cloughley).  Always remember to thank your local Khazar, who is 100% responsible for Boris due to untreated and out of control kleptomania.

"The Fukushima Daiichi NPP and its Radioactive Water Problem" (Asmolov).

The face of the Stupid/Evil that is the quintessence of Assholia:  "Colonel Alexander Vindman's Revenge" (Giraldi):

"It is very easy to despise what passes for foreign policy in the Trump White House, but the alternative of rule by agenda-driven bureaucrats like Colonel Alexander Vindman is even more unpalatable from a constitutional point of view. His original testimony before Congress, wrapped in an air of sanctimoniousness and a uniform, should be regarded as little more than the conventional thinking that has produced foreign policy failure after failure in the past twenty years. Russia the perpetual enemy requiring “friends” like Ukraine with little regard for the actual threat level or the potential consequences. The fact that Vindman is how exploiting a bully pulpit on the largely discredited New York Times while also getting into bed with the scoundrel Jeffrey Goldberg should tell one all that is necessary to know. Trump is right about ending America’s love affair with foreign wars, even though it is a subject that neither he nor Joe Biden will be discussing. Vindman is little more than an apologist for why those useless wars are promoted and are continuing."

Sphere cuck:  "Sean Ono Lennon: Why Was a Lincoln Statue Toppled in Portland?" (Sailer).

Monday, October 12, 2020

Rural illuminations

Tweet (Seth Mandel) (gloating fun from a blood-pouring-from-the-fangs Zionist):

"Wishing a very special and meaningful Indigenous Peoples Day to our brothers and sisters in Israel."

Tweet (Rania Khalek):
"Thanks google for correcting my bad thoughts."
"The Barbarians Are Threatening Us!" (Crooke).

"An Arrest in Canada Casts a Shadow on a New York Times Star, and The Times" (Smith).  Caption to photo of 'journalist' in question:  "Rukmini Callimachi is, in many ways, the new model of a New York Times reporter.".  This is starting to enter Jayson Blair territory.  Tweet (Ali Abunimah):
"What does it say that @nytimes keeps getting huge stories wrong? What has been learned since Judith Miller? Since Russiagate and the Mueller report? Perhaps the whole mission of NYT is really to “credibly” launder US state propaganda as “news” without getting caught."
Tweet (Mark Ames):
"This @nytimes ritualistic sacrifice of Rukmini Callimachi to protect the paper's credibility b/c she may have sensationalized a Canuck ISIS dweeb—looks like a giant deflection from addressing the Times' far more damaging Russiagate conspiracist campaign."

Sunday, October 11, 2020

Vast Hoard of Lucre

"How The DNC Hired CrowdStrike To Frame Russia For The Hack: Excerpt" (Farnan) (it seems to be ZeroHedge that Blogger refuses to link to, presumably for political reasons:  "").  "Pelosis Take a Big Stake in CrowdStrike, Democrat-Connected Linchpin of Russia Probe" (Maté).

"'White Supremacist' Narrative Unravels: Whitmer Kidnap Suspect Attended BLM Rally, Another Called Trump A 'Tyrant'" (Durden) (ZeroHedge link:  "").  "Two Types of Terror in Michigan" (Bovard).

"Navalny’s ‘Novichok’ Hoax: Who are the Instigators?" (Watzal).  "“I Am Russia” — Navalny Story Collapses in Self-Contradiction" (Helmer).

"Did the SPLC's 2019 Scandals Sap Its Vast Hoard of Lucre?" (Sailer).  "French Court Sentenced Alain Soral to Pay Jewish Organization $158,500 for Re-Releasing 128-Year-Old Book" (Durocher).

"No 2nd stimulus? Time to admit both parties want to destroy the average American" (Mazaheri):

"It’s incredibly devilish, but just to achieve their short-term goal of winning the November elections both parties have proven that the ruin of Main Street is a perfectly acceptable price to paid.

Republican intransigence at least has an ideological component, albeit a terrible one: the largest pillar of neoliberal ideology is to slash the size of government at all levels – this explains why they refuse to concede to the Democrats’ intelligent call for hundreds of billions in stimulus funding for state and local governments.

Yet Republicans’ don’t seem to understand that their beloved “democracy with American characteristics” does have a flaw or two: the US is a federal system – the fundamental structure of this type of government is to empower local government and to reduce the power of the central government. Therefore, in any type of crisis the federal government is handicapped from the very start – US citizens are forced to depend on local governments. Yet a crisis like this – which saps local funding and tax revenue – makes a federal/national response the difference between life or death.

Democratic intransigence is harder to understand: why did they go months without even mouthing condemnation towards anarchic situations in places like Portland and Minneapolis, or against cases of violent looting which topples far more small-business households than corporate insurance companies? Why do they refuse President Trump’s call for a stand-alone stimulus package consisting of another $1,200 check to households? Everyone reading this is aware of the general statistics: as recently as two weeks ago 42% of all US households said they have endured job losses or reductions in wages – more aid is urgently, urgently needed and has been for months.

It is irresponsible to not objectively consider the widespread claim over here: Democrats are sowing as much disorder and suffering as possible in order to oust the incumbent because – of course – how can an incumbent possibly survive this catastrophe? Democrats have history on their side (if perhaps not the popular vote): the only one-term presidents in the past 50 years – Jimmy Carter and George Bush I – were doomed by recessions far, far more minor than this one.

So it seems as if Republicans are fine with – on an ideological level – the social chaos necessarily caused by a people without a government. It seems that Democrats are fine with – on a practical level – months and months of hellish social and individual suffering if it means they can win back the presidency."

"The Lancet censors Gaza health letter after pro-Israel pressure" (Karmi).  People consistently underestimate the sheer depths of depravity of Khazars:  tweet (Johnathan Cook):

"Why would the Lancet fold on reporting Gaza's suffering? Maybe because editor Richard Horton had an earlier run-in with the Israel lobby. It included a boycott against the publication, his wife was verbally attacked and his daughter told by classmates her father was an antisemite"

Saturday, October 10, 2020

It isn’t a barometer, it’s a mirror.

Soros false-flag pseudo-kidnapping?:  tweet (Undercover Huber):

"A BLM supporter and Trump hater tried to kidnap Whitmer really wrecks the intended narrative so you can expect this story to disappear"

This is quite something!: "Why the Dems Can’t Have Nice Things (Like the White House)" (Van Buren).  Yet, they could sweep everything, because Trump's weird family dynamics means one day in February he had to listen to President Jared tell him he couldn't disturb the profits of the (((hedge-fund managers))).

Assholes!  I know people are evil all over the world, with a particular nod to Khazars, but Assholes are on a planet of their own.  "Where Is My Final Assange Report?" (Murray).  "Following US Pressure, Aid to Yemen Falls to Just 25 Cents Per Day" (MacLeod).

"The OPCW join the Navalny “poison” cocktail party" (beeley).  "Germany, France to sanction Russia over Navalny’s alleged poisoning" (Weiss).

"Israel lobby will face blowback, eventually" (Engler) (John Clark is a Very Good Man) (see last paragraph of this posting - I just can't get Blogger to follow this link so you'll have to find it yourself at ""):
"The Israel lobby is a unique political force. Rooted in European colonialism and the US empire’s regional interests, it is backed by many zealous billionaires and a substantial portion of a generally influential ethnic/religious community. It also crassly exploits victimhood. As John Clark, a well known organizer with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, recently posted on Facebook, “Zionism is the only political ideology I know of that claims that disagreement with it is a hate crime.”"
"More on the Anti-Semitism Scam: Jewish Students Get Protected Status" (Giraldi). "Despite Ambiguity in International Law, Palestinians are Winning the ‘Legitimacy War’" (Baroud).

"Facing Down Israel’s Stooges at the Heart of Our Parliament" (Littlewood).  "Non-Aligned Movement Demands Israel Withdraw to 1967 Borders With Syria" (Tsukanov).

The new Blogger interface is a treat.  It arbitrarily changes links to unknown pages on the blog itself, and then refuses to be updated.  Wonderful work, Google!  This is feeling jump-the-shark-ish for the entirety of Google.  If executives could give a pass to such obvious crapification, what else are they up to?

Imagine there's no CIA

 "Why America’s Economic War on China is Failing" (Prashad/Ross):

"After Trump announced the tariffs against a wide range of Chinese imports, the Chinese government formally took up the matter through the WTO’s dispute mechanism. After considerable study, the WTO came back with a verdict. On September 15, 2020, a three-person WTO panel found that the U.S. had violated the provisions of the 1994 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the treaty that established the WTO. This was a serious defeat for the United States; the Trump administration has 60 days to file an appeal.

The United States government does not like to lose. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer released a statement condemning the ruling. “This panel report,” Lighthizer said, “confirms what the Trump administration has been saying for four years: The WTO is completely inadequate to stop China’s harmful technology practices.” The U.S. has paralyzed the WTO’s ability to hand down a final binding verdict, as the WTO’s appeals court is currently no longer functioning because of Washington’s refusal to accept new members for it.

In 1994, the U.S. pushed for the creation of the WTO, wrote many of its rules, and brought China into the WTO in 2001. Because the U.S. felt in command of the world, the WTO worked to advance its interests; now that China’s economy has grown in strength, the U.S. finds the rules of the WTO to be burdensome. Free trade is only useful to governments such as the U.S. when it is beneficial to its companies; the principle of free trade is otherwise easily rejected."


"As a result of China’s much more dynamic economic recovery, China’s trade is recovering much more rapidly than that of the United States. This is clear for imports—which for other countries are their exports. In July, the last month for which there is data for both the U.S. and China, China’s imports had almost regained pre-pandemic levels—being only about 1 percent lower than a year previously. In contrast, U.S. imports were still about 11 percent below a year previously.

The result of these trends is that China will be the center of world economic recovery from the COVID-19 recession—while the U.S. will contribute almost nothing to it.

The latest global projections of the IMF indicate that in 2020-2021, China will account for the absolute majority, 51 percent, of world growth, and the U.S. for only 3 percent—and the latest IMF predictions for the U.S. indicates that this may be an exaggeration of its growth. Most of the other contributors to world growth according to the IMF analysis will be Asian economies who have strong trading relations with China—South Korea, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Malaysia."
"Can and Should Russia Stop the War in the Caucasus?" (The Saker).

"Europe And The New Sanctions On Iran" (Moon).  It's like the Assholes are trying to help China and Russia make more money by trading with Iran.

"Yelp Is Now Placing "Business Accused Of Racist Behavior" Alerts On Company Pages" (Durden).  Yelp is infamous for forcing businesses to pay them protection money to remove negative reviews, and they've found another profit center.

"British Government Threatens to Cut Funding for Universities Unless They Suppress Goyspeech" (Frei).  This creeping enforced ultra-Zionist definition of 'anti-Semitism' is a textbook example of how the Khazars operate, and why various societies from time to time have had to react to clean up the nonsense, just out of pure self-defense.

Tweet (John O. Brennan) (reply by Mark Ames, Scott Ritter, Henry "Heinz57" Kissinger):
"Imagine prospects for world peace, prosperity, & security if Joe Biden were President of the United States & Alexei Navalny the President of Russia. We’ll soon be halfway there.
“Imagine all the people Living life in peace You, you may say I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one”"

Friday, October 09, 2020


 "The United States has Intensified the Process of Forming Coalitions against its Adversaries" (Odintsov).  "‘Asian NATO’ plan stillborn at Tokyo Quad meet" (Bhurtel).

"Thought Control American Style: the Social Justice Warriors Will Destroy Our Basic Freedoms" (Giraldi).  'Critical theory' is now a necessary component of being a 'genius'.  This is interesting as it seems to have been invented to allow 'special' people, not smart enough for traditional university work, to pass as academics.

"Russia’s Strategic Intervention in Syria Five Years On – An ‘Unpardonable Blow’ to U.S. Empire".  There was a time when Yinon was regarded as inevitable.

Pretty deep for a joke:  "Man With 20 Rifles Can’t Remember If His Goal To Start Or Stop Violent Overthrow Of Government".

Thursday, October 08, 2020


"Turmoil in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, & Ukraine shows that, three decades on, the Soviet Union’s still collapsing" (Robinson).  Very little mention of the key factor, outside interference, which is odd as outside interference is everywhere.  The State Department is on steroids, and Soros too.

"FAREWELL …… BUT HOPEFULLY NOT FOREVER" (Desertpeace).  Is this, along with the recent Blogger debacle, part of the platform conspiracy based in controlling and eliminating wrongthink?

"Why U.S. Elections Do Not Change Its Foreign Policies" (Moon).  I disagree.  Biden is going to be much, much worse.  I'm actually starting to think a Biden win is inevitable, based solely on the Principle of Assholian Degeneracy, the idea that Assholia is doomed to sink as far as possible as quickly as possible and at an accelerating rate.  Since Biden's new series of Wars For The Jews is the fastest way to achieve complete destruction, Biden will win.

"A State Within (NY) State" (Atzmon).  The usual.

Mostly on the stupidity of the Euro-trash and the slavish following of Assholian diktats, under the PR cover of the 'rules-based world order': "Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s remarks and answers to questions during the meeting with members of the Association of European Businesses in Russia, Moscow, October 5, 2020":
"As I mentioned earlier, the current international relations system is collapsing under the banner of the “rules-based world order.” It became part of the political vocabulary, or narrative, in modern parlance, about three to four years ago. We took note of it immediately. When we began to talk about this term which was proposed to be included in the declarations of international forums, we were told that “this is the same as international law.” When we proposed replacing this term with “respect for international law,” we were told, by hook or by crook, that “we need to use some fresh language.” And then everything that I was talking about came to the surface.

Two parallel processes are underway that are directly related to the erosion of the system that was created after World War II, which suited everyone, made it possible to avoid another world war and, as we all hoped, would be ridding itself of confrontational components after the Cold War ended. We have already talked about the Berlin Wall and everything that followed and what we are witnessing now.

There are two obvious areas where this system is being eroded. The first is the privatisation of the existing international organisations’ secretariats. The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which is based on the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC), is a case in point. It was adopted unanimously (any convention can only be adopted unanimously) and is binding exclusively for the countries that have ratified this Convention, 193 in all. The OPCW is one of the most universal organisations. The Convention can only be amended by way of talks, and the language must be agreed upon by a consensus, after which the amendments are adopted and ratified. Under the convention, the OPCW Technical Secretariat (TC) has the competence to conduct a probe in response to an inquiry by any CWC member country. This should be done by an onsite visit by the experts to a location designated by the corresponding party to take samples that are then taken to certified labs. Then, a report is compiled which says whether a substance prohibited by the special lists attached to the CWC was found in these samples. That’s all there is to it. The OPCW Secretariat began to grossly violate the Convention. For example, in Syria, they were making decisions and compiling reports without onsite visits. They just said that they managed to get samples from, say, Great Britain or France (there was such an episode in Khan Shaykhun), since it was “unsafe” for them to go there. We insisted that, under the Convention, they must go there themselves. The answer was “it’s unsafe.” Then, we asked the British and the French, since they were able to obtain the samples in unsafe circumstances, to use their contacts to ensure the safety of the OPCW inspectors so that they comply with the convention. We were told there was nothing they could do, and it’s “classified.” The Syrian government was accused of airstrikes using bombs filled with toxic agents. This “classified” information was used to conclude that a poisonous agent was used in Khan Shaykhun. End of story. Nobody knows who took these samples, or who took them to which laboratory, because it’s “classified.”

There are many questions. When we started asking them and stopped accepting such reports in the UN Security Council (only the UNSC can decide who is right and who is wrong under international law and the UN Charter), our Western colleagues at the OPCW convened an extraordinary session of all parties to the Convention. They put to the vote a proposal that, in addition to what is allowed for the OPCW Technical Secretariat under the Convention (to determine whether a prohibited poisonous agent was used or not), it should also be authorised to identify the perpetrators and to carry out the attribution. Less than half of the countries members of the convention voted in favour of the proposal. The rest voted against it or abstained. However, according to the rules of procedure, the decision was declared adopted. Thus, instead of an international law instrument, which any universal convention is, we got an instrument of the “rules-based order.” Of course, we will not be paying for the portion of the Secretariat’s activities that focuses on these purposes. China and a number of other countries are doing the same, but that doesn’t make the problem disappear. This is an outright privatisation of the Secretariat, which can now be seen in the way the senior officials of this body (Western countries hold the posts of Director-General and his “right hand”) react to our inquiries on many issues (Syria, Navalny, etc.). Concurrently, privatisation is carried out in less aggressive forms, when the Western employees of the respective secretariats conduct blatantly one-sided policies at the UN organisations.

The second area is about the propensity to move “inconvenient” matters outside the UN system. In my opening remarks, I mentioned that our French colleagues had created the International Partnership against Impunity for the Use of Chemical Weapons. We asked why we can’t discuss this at the UN or the OPCW, which they are trying to manipulate. Why do this somewhere else? We were told that this is just a “group of like-minded people.” Today, I spoke on the phone with my French colleague, Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian, and asked him why they were not responding to a request filed by the General Prosecutor’s Office of Russia regarding Alexey Navalny’s tests. Mr Le Drian told me they were waiting for the OPCW to respond. The OPCW has not yet responded (today is October 5). However, already on September 24, our French colleagues initiated the distribution, among their closest partners at the very same organisation in The Hague, of a draft statement by the countries participating in the International Partnership against Impunity for the Use of Chemical Weapons. The draft of this statement is already saying that, as confirmed by the OPCW Secretariat, Mr Navalny was poisoned with Novichok. The Secretariat has not confirmed or said anything. We have an official letter from the OPCW Director General Fernando Arias Gonzalez saying that the process is still underway. 
This “privatisation,” as we call it, creates quite serious problems in other areas of the universal institutions’ work as well. Instead of once again provoking scandals at the conferences of the parties to the relevant universal conventions, they are now making decisions in a narrow circle of “like-minded people” and then present this as an example of multilateralism. This approach forms the basis of the Franco-German initiative for a new multilateralism, which they are promoting and which was proclaimed not so long ago. It was stated that the EU is an example of multilateralism. We asked again why multilateralism is being considered outside the framework of the UN multilateral organisation. There’s no answer, but we know it. There will be more cases like this. Along with this International Partnership against Impunity for the Use of Chemical Weapons, the French have created a similar partnership on the freedom of journalism and information in cyberspace."

Slightly repetitive

"UK COVID-19 cases triple in a fortnight" (Stevens).  Tweet (Jim Edwards):
"UK coronavirus cases. Yikes."
Don't forget to thank your local Khazar for ensuring that the country got the wise guidance of Boris rather than that 'anti-Semitic' (i.e., prejudiced against murder and land theft) nut Jeremy, who no doubt would have done much, much, much worse.

The Asshole State Department snuck in another one:  "Opposition parties seize power in Kyrgyzstan amid growing geopolitical rivalry in the region" (Melanovski/Weiss).

"Bolivian MAS candidate warns coup regime is threatening military force to stop it winning" (Chacko).

It would be hilarious if the revenge of MbZ for being made to look like a clownish fool by the Khazars would be to buy far, far, far superior weapons from the Russians and Chinese rather than the corruption-riddled pilot-killing crap turned out by the Asshole MIC:  "Gulf Sheikhs resent subaltern role" (Bhadrakumar).

The actual reporting of Weiss continues to be excellent, and completely undermines the PR message of his blog!:  "Worshiping the state of Israel on Yom Kippur, in a leading NY synagogue".

Not their worst problem:  "Jihadist regime forbids philosophy in Syria’s Idlib" (al-Kanj).  When you think about it, this is the same spirit that informs the lack of support for Assange.  "“None Of It Reported”: How Corporate Media Buried The Assange Trial" (Media Lens) (this piece is superbly documented).

"Somerton Man brought back to life in new animation by Star Trek special effects artist".

Wednesday, October 07, 2020


Tweet (FOX News intern with three Phds):
"Thread on why the Ukraine 2014 Euromaidan Revolution is probably going to end up the defining event of the century"
"The modern "color revolutionary" strategy is to organize an MLK-style group of "peaceful protestors" to march for justice, while also organizing a violent force that stops just short of being an armed paramilitary (ie throwing rocks, committing arson, firebombings, etc)"
"When the security forces inevitably crack down on the insurrectionists, the US can muddy the waters and present the propaganda image of an authoritarian government massacring innocent protestors. This will then be used to convince military leadership to support regime change"
"Most of the discussions in these documents consist of Soros chatting with US diplomats and Ukrainian leaders about which sectors of Ukrainian civil service need to be purged of influence from the old regime. This process was called "lustration" ."
"Dems planning to color revolution Trump here in the US seem to be pursuing the idea of lustration as well (illustrated here by an excerpt from the Transition Integrity Project's "war game")"
"So you have the World's Most Infamous International Jew, State Department radlibs, and neo-Nazis all marching hand in hand - a strange coalition. Its also interesting to note the parallel of the simultaneous rise of neo-Nazism in the US and one can wonder if this is related."

Frowns upon

Tweet (CrimeLine):
"Senior District Judge Emma Louise Arbuthnot appointed as a High Court Judge"
For services rendered to a grateful Queen and CIA.  "It is time to prosecute Julian’s persecutors – The Belmarsh Tribunal" (Varoufakis).

"New ‘Licence to Kill’ bill shows UK is happy to let its spies break the law – while lecturing other countries how to behave" (Fowdy).

Monbiot is The Devil (((The Devil))):  "George Monbiot’s Excuses for Not Speaking out Loudly in Defence of Assange Simply Won’t Wash" (Cook).  I used to wonder why a decent paper would hire (((The Devil))), but now I see he just fits in perfectly.  Closely related:  "Video: Ex-OPCW Chief Jose Bustani Reads Syria Testimony that US, UK Blocked at UN" (Maté) (a reminder that the OPCW wasn't always a lying, corrupt pile of shit) and "The Grayzone’s Aaron Maté Testifies at UN on OPCW Syria Cover-up" and "Is Syria’s Idlib the Next Gaza Strip?" (Cockburn) (late-stage Yinon is ugly).

"Britain is Once Again on the Ropes" (Surin).

Tweet (Stella Morris):
"Julian's extradition case, which should have been thrown out before it even reached the court room, is one of the main reasons the UK has dropped several places in @RSF_inter's World Press Freedom index."
Due to the virus, Canada is having a 'virtual' Parliament, with some MPs present in person, and some connected electronically, so some MPs are pulling stunts: tweet (David Akin):
"#CPC MP ⁦@ScotDavidsonMP delivers an #so31 to the #HOC wearing a jacket, tie - and hip waders knee deep in a pond - asking for govt help to clean Lake Simcoe. That’s a first!"
"Grapefruit Is One of the Weirdest Fruits on the Planet" (Nosowitz).  I once had a pharmacist caution me about taking grapefruit juice with some drug, then he laughed and said it probably didn't matter.

The big conspiracy theory is that Turkey is helping to fight Armenia as part of a big conspiracy to force Armenia to seek protection, especially after a nasty military defeat, by splitting from the Russian orbit and getting closer to NATO.  That would make Euro-trash complaints about Turkey obfuscation in order to hide the fact that Europe is fully on board with what Turkey is doing.  Separating Armenia from both Russian and Iranian alliances is also why Israel is involved.

More from the giant brains in the State Department, the pure genius we saw on full display at the impeachment hearings:  "Western Lockdown to Shut Down China" (Johnson).

"The ruling is a historic departure for post-war liberalism, which traditionally frowns upon putting members of parliament in prison for their beliefs."

Did MbZ ever get Rolled By The Jews!:  "Bipartisan Bill Would Give Israel a Veto on Middle East Arms Sales" (Kampeas) ("Most of the sponsors are Democrats").  Any political scientist from Mars looking at this would have to conclude Assholia is not a sovereign country.

What could possibly go wrong?:  "Israel sets its sights on the Red Sea and Bab El-Mandeb".

Stalingrad-Aleppo:  "Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad on the “Role of Russia” in Syria War":
". . . we have to recognize that Trump has an important merit, which is exposing the American regime.  For us, it was already exposed, but it was hiding behind some pretty masks – like democracy, human rights, and other similar things.  Trump is frank.  He says, “this is what we do.”  So even if Trump doesn’t say it, we must know that it is part of their policy and part of their thinking.  The United States does not accept partners in the world, and consequently does not accept independent states, including in the West.  The West is a satellite of the United States, not its partner.  They are not independent.  The Americans do not accept an independent individual or an independent state.  They do not even accept Russia, which is a superpower, to be independent.  They do not accept you even in history; they even deny your role in eliminating Nazism, as if Russia had no role in that.
So, if they haven’t accepted Russia in the past, why would they accept it in the present?  And if they haven’t accepted the large Russian state as independent, would they accept Syria, a smaller country, as an independent state?  This is the problem with the Americans: they do not accept any individual who acts in the best interest of his country, any individual who respects himself, or maintains an independent national decision."

Tuesday, October 06, 2020


Tweet (Tulsi Gabbard):
"Brave whistleblowers exposing lies & illegal actions in our government must be protected. 
Join me and urge Congress: Pass my bipartisan legislation (HRes1162, HRes1175, HR8452) calling for charges against @snowden & Assange to be dropped & to reform the Espionage Act. 
Moon on Trump's possible election gambit (tough to know as we really don't know what is going on, even if Trump is ill): "Why Trump Returned To The White House".

"Did President Trump Stage Photos While Being Treated for COVID-19?" (Murabayashi).

"Israel founders were ‘thieves’, Israeli historian says".  Impossible for a political compromise with the victims of your thieving if your genes are larcenous.

"David Friedman campaigns against Biden in apparent violation of federal law" (Weiss).  No gentile law applies to Khazars.

"Neom: Ancient Saudi tribe in danger of ‘disappearing off face of the earth’ to make way for vanity project" (Daragahi/Trew).

"List of Jihadist and Other Groups Whose Members Have Been Reported to Have Been Deployed by Turkey to Fight in Karabakh" (Saradzhyan).

"Ginsburg's Nightmare: The Democratic Plan To Destroy The Supreme Court Of The United States" (Turley).  Abortion rights are a terrible albatross around the necks of the Democrats and the country as a whole (but are irresistible for both parties as they both fund raise extensively off abortion).  The entire focus is placed on one issue, and that allows all kinds of corporate-friendly judges to sneak in, who then never touch abortion rights but spend every waking moment damaging the 99% through ridiculously corporate-friendly decisions.  Stacking judges ruins the integrity of the court, and leads to an arm's race with every new government increasing the size to get its desired majority.  All of this nonsense stems directly from this focus on one issue, and the Clintonista inability to accept that, yes, she lost, and all the consequences thereof.