Thursday, March 25, 2010

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Things are changing quickly: the New York Times (!) publishes its first slightly truthful column - albeit a blog column - ever about Anti Assimilation Land (complete with a righteously snarky postscript about the fanger Goldberg and an update easily brushing aside some lies from that vile fuckwit Gary Bauer). It is so weird to read something on Israel in the NYT meeting even the lowest of journalistic standards that I simply can't believe it.

It is completely obvious that the large number of Israeli provocations together with an increase in IDF violence is part of an official Israeli government plan to spark the third intifada. Jews need to be able to spin themselves as victims.

"The US government does not want it known that it was using chemicals on human beings in a country whose leader it overthrew ostensibly because he retained the capacity to do the same thing."

Chinese researchers at the Institute of Systems Engineering of Dalian University of Technology published a paper on how to attack a small U.S. power grid sub-network in a way that would cause a cascading failure of the entire U.S.” Well, sort of.

The Simpsons prepares to jump the shark in an orgy of Jewish self-congratulations (with no reference whatsoever to 'politics'). On the hasbara bandwagon, making mosters look like human beings.

"30th anniversary of Romero's assassination" (good audio piece at the BBC link) - didn't work out so well for the right (unlike the American assassinations by the American right, which changed everything).

The comments to a posting on Tom Shales' ill-advised Judeocentric criticisms of Christiane Amanpour are hilarious ("Wait a minute. The WP page says this dude is the style columnist? You've got to be kidding. Looks like he writes his columns at The Cheesecake Factory.").

Why is this news when we've know it for decades: " . . . documents dating to the 1960s, which were leaked last week to the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, show that Gehlen, who worked as a CIA agent after 1945, was aware of his officers’ Nazi past, as were his American counterparts."

"Art of the Steal: On the Trail of World’s Most Ingenious Thief"

Some conspiracy theories are true, even if you hear about them from Glenn Beck (although the issue predates Obama).
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