Thursday, May 09, 2013

Attempted lies

"Stephen Hawking Joins Boycott Against Israel":
"'Never has a scientist of this stature boycotted Israel,' said Yigal Palmor, the spokesman for Israel’s Foreign Ministry."
Note how Cambridge University immediately tried to lie about the boycott aspect, claiming Hawking was not attending due to health reasons.  Note how the Jews tried to spin this as Hawking retracting his initial explanation (the attempt at message manipulation by Cambridge University backfired in a big way).

"Did YU's Harry Ostrer Cook The Genetic Books To Support False Findings Of Ashkenazi Jews Origins?"  Khazars.  The first comment is a meta-joke.  Also note the comment by Sarek:
"I have a question:
If kohanim in both Ashkenazi and Sephardic populations have the same gene on their Y chromosomes that supposedly descended from Aaron, then how can Ashkenazi kohanim be descended from a totally different population?
I would have to conclude that multiple earlier kohanim men intermarried with Khazar women.
Any PhD's in genetics out there?"
Answer here (the comments are very good reading).  This whole subject is interesting only because the Jews use a heap of lies about genetics to try to provide a basis for their land thieving.

"CIA's New Chief Spy Outed on Twitter"  "Chief of CIA's 'Global Jihad Unit' Revealed Online"

"Did Putin warn Netanyahu?"  Putin may very well have yelled at Bibi, but Debka's constant position is that somebody is supplying horrible arms to Israel's enemies, so I would rule that part out.

"Kerry retreats from U.S. stance that Assad must go"  Immediately retracted, but Kerry's main diplomatic trick is to say what he means and then claim he 'mispoke'.  He is getting a lot of mileage from appearing to be a bumbler.

"Expanding the Legal Paradigm for Palestine: An International Law Conference at Birzeit University"  International law has always assumed that nobody could possibly be as evil as the Jews have been, leaving international law insufficient for the Palestinians.
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