Friday, June 08, 2007

Friday, June 8, 2007

Friday, June 8, 2007:



  1. Debka.com lied (so what else is new) and reported that 50,000 Turkish troops had entered Iraq (Debka has now backed down a bit, but note that the alarmism is still coming from the completely Zionist New York Sun).  Needless to say, the American press reported the lie without question, although it soon appeared to be a complete fabrication.  What was the purpose of the Debka, i. e.,  Mossad, lie?  Was it intended to put pressure on the Americans to rein in Turkey in order to protect the Israel ally of Kurdistan?  Or is it just part of the Zionist campaign to put Turkey in the ‘Islamofascist’ camp?  Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan pointed out that a war would require legislative approval (too bad the American Constitution wasn’t like that . . . oh, wait!).

  2. It’s happy family time in Washington.  Kenneth Krieg, the defense undersecretary for acquisition, technology and logistics (i. e., the head procurement man for the Pentagon), is resigning his position “in order to spend more time with his family”. 

  3. The neocons, seeing power slip away with the new American distaste for war, are desperate to restart the Cold War by provoking Russia.  As already noted, extreme American militarism is regarded by the Zionists as a necessary precondition of the Zionist Empire.  Thus, the patently obvious bullshit that the European missile shield is intended to stop missiles from ‘rogue states’ such as Iran.  The Russians know that the Americans know that a nuclear attack isn’t coming from Iran.  The shield is really supposed to stop Russia’s ability to respond to an American nuclear attack, and thus is clearly intended to start a new arms race.  Putin has called the American/Zionist bluff by offering to participate in the shield.  Since that won’t do the Zionists any good, don’t expect to see any American agreement to the Putin suggestion.

  4. It was Bandar Bush who got the BAE Systems kickbacks, and thus Bandar Bush who Blair has been protecting (as well as his own government who approved the kickback scheme).  With recent revelations that it was Bandar behind the Abrams/Zionist scheme to provoke Sunni-Shi’ite wars in places like Lebanon (this report, considered to be non-credible at the time, now makes perfect sense), you have to wonder how long the bifurcated Saudi posture – one side encouraging dialogue with Iran while the other side, promoted by Bandar, effectively encouraging proxy wars against the Shi’ites - will continue.  The Saudis can now look on the results of their scheme, with the Lebanese army murdering Sunni refugees.  Remember how Bandar suddenly, and mysteriously resigned as ambassador to the United States?  His successor, Prince Turki, apparently resigned in a huff because Bandar continued to act as de facto ambassador to the U. S. behind Prince Turki’s back.  Bandar was, and is, effectively the Saudi Ambassador to the neocons.

  5. “The Case for Bombing Iran” by Norman Podhoretz, reads like a parody of neocon influence in Washington, complete with lies about Iran, ‘Islamofascism’, comparisons to Neville Chamberlain, denigration of diplomacy, and prayers for nuclear annihilation.  It is the Jewish Thrill Kill Cult in a nutshell.  One of the characteristics of the Washington neocons – and I can’t put this nicely – is that they are, to a man, extremely unpleasant people.  There is something oppressive about them, with their monomania towards the Zionist Empire leading to calls for death and destruction.  All of this caused by the omnipresent ScareJew.  The Americans, basically optimists of a sunny disposition, are getting sick and tired of it.  The flirtation with Jewish nihilism is finally clearing.

  6. The essay, “Understanding Jewish Influence III:  Neoconservatism as a Jewish Movement” by Kevin MacDonald, will be ignored as it is published in a racist journal (at least, that is what it looks like to me, in the form of the new ‘pro-White’ racism), but it is really good, particularly in explaining the relationship between Jewish neocons and their non-Jewish fellow travelers, an issue which continues to be used to confuse people as to the real Zionist-Empire-building motivation behind manipulation of the American government.

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