Wednesday, July 31, 2013


"Yellen v. Summers: What is and what should never be respectable identity politics" by Steve Sailer (my emphasis in red; it explains a lot):
". . . anybody mentioning that if either Summers or Yellen gets the post, then the 98% gentile majority of America won't have held the Fed Chairman's post from 1987 through 2018. Noticing that is simply beyond the pale, even though the Fed Chairman post is not simply a technocratic macroeconomic position, but is also a major regulator of financiers. 
I don't know much about Yellen, but Larry has been a big personality for a long time. I've written four articles defending him in the 2005 evolutionary psychology brouhaha. But, as a regulator, Larry is representative of the dominant tendency of the last generation in both parties (such as Larry's mentor Robert E. Rubin for the Democrats and Greenspan/Bernanke for the Republicans): pro-Wall Street economists or operators who tend to see attempts to regulate billionaires as at least subliminally anti-Semitic. 
There's a lot to be said for this dominant standpoint, but let's also be clear that it has been dominant, and that it might well be time to try somebody, at least for a change, who doesn't suspect effective regulation of financiers is the first step to Nazism.

But of course we can't even mention this, so forget I ever said it."
"New York Times camouflaging Jewish lock on Fed"  It is gracious of the Jews to give Americans a woman from which to choose, allowing them to take a poke at the famously misogynist Summers.  The Fed must be run by a Jew as control of the American economy is necessary for the efficient building of the Zionist Empire.

"Senate Dems Signal That Summers To Fed Is A No-Go"  Real power is when you are the 'front-runner' despite the fact everybody loathes you and thinks you are an incompetent buffoon.

"Jewish success– is it ever a story?"  Real power is when you run everything for your group supremacist purposes, but can prevent anybody mentioning what you are up to.

"Obama was one of the leakers of Summers at Fed speculation, columnist says" (Rubin pushing for Summers).  "Right now, Larry Summers is the front-runner for Fed chair" (Ezra Klein pushing for Rubin).  "The love that really dare not speak its name"

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Vaguely insulting

Reddit Ask Me Anything:  "I am Reza Aslan, scholar of religions, author of ZEALOT, and (gasp!) recent FOX news guest".  Aslan is now famous for the disastrous interview of him by the third runner-up in the Miss America pageant of 1985, an attempted hatchet-job so incompetent that it served to emphasize (and self-parody) the official Islamophobia in the United States (transcript of some of the best parts here). As Aslan says:  "When you are a brown Muslim man from Iran talking about Jesus you must always remain calm :)".  Jesus is a huge problem for the Jew-imposed Islamophobia as He unites the Jesus-lovers, Christians and Muslims, against the Jesus-haters, Jews.

Via Cryptome, bizarre Steven Aftergood:  "Did Justice Roberts Reshape the FISA Court?":
"Under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, appointments to the Court are made by the Chief Justice of the United States. An analysis of the Court’s membership by the New York Times found that during the tenure of Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., a higher number of Republican judges had been appointed than in the past — 10 of the current 11 members, compared to 66% under previous Chief Justices — as well as a higher number of judges who had once worked for the federal government — 50% versus 39% in the past. See “Roberts’s Picks Reshaping Secret Surveillance Court” by Charlie Savage, New York Times, July 25.

The premise of the story is that Chief Justice Roberts’s selection pattern is not merely a statistical curiosity but that it has altered the performance of the court, or “reshaped” it, to favor the executive branch.  The Times does not directly embrace this view, but attributes it to “critics,” including Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), who is proposing legislation to change the way the Court’s members are appointed.

“Viewing this data, people with responsibility for national security ought to be very concerned about the impression and appearance, if not the reality, of bias — for favoring the executive branch in its applications for warrants and other action,” Senator Blumenthal told the Times.

But the claim that Chief Justice Roberts’s appointments have “reshaped” the Court to favor the executive branch in applications for warrants does not withstand a moment’s scrutiny.  That’s because the Court’s approval rate has always hovered near 100% — both before and after the Roberts era. No discernable reshaping has occurred."
You'd think he was being sarcastic here - no discernable change due to the 100% rubber stamp! - but, sadly, no:
"Whether that has actually happened is impossible to ascertain since most of the Court’s opinions, including those that the Court itself has deemed “significant legal interpretations,” remain classified and unavailable.

But the notion that the behavior of FISA Court judges can be reliably inferred from the political party of the President that appointed them, or from their past service in the executive branch, is cynical and vaguely insulting."
I've always wondered about Aftergood.

"What the Ashcroft “Hospital Showdown” on NSA spying was all about"  You can get some idea of how bad things are, and how fast they are deteriorating, by the simple fact that John Fucking Ashcroft is too much of a raging pinko fag to even be considered for Barry's cabinet.

"More Bullshit from The Reelz Channel" The 50th anniversary is approaching, and we're going to have to wade through an enormous river of bullshit.

"Syrian government forces take control of Homs neighborhood in blow to rebels"  Aleppo is the only major place left to be freed of oppression.  It should now be crystal clear that the American plan is to allow the Syrian army enough time to finish the job, while supporting various jihadist groups in the hinterland for a long-term weakening program - for purely Zionist interests - of the Assad government.

'Langley' provides helpful advice to deal with the predictable and inevitable consequences of his previous helpful advice on Libya:  "All Hell Breaks Loose in Libya".  See the comment by JTMcPhee.  Once you wreck a country - and 'Langley' enthusiastically encouraged Libya to be wrecked - it stays wrecked for generations, and no amount of School of the Americas training is going to fix it.

"The Boycott of Israel Eight Years In"  "Animals’ Eric Burdon flies in for on again Israel show"  Burdon appears to be party to an anti-BDS hasbara trick.

"US Government Protection of Al-Qaeda Terrorists and the US-Saudi Black Hole"  I would have thought that Scott of all people would pick up on the fact that part of the wider conspiracy was to frame the Saudi government.  The frame-up follows the same pattern as was used in the abandoned attempt to frame Cuba for the JFK assassination.  If you don't see this, you fall into the trap of accepting the entire misleading frame of reference set up by the conspiracy plotters.

"The Assassination of Julian Assange" by Jonathan Cook

"America: the powerful and the powerless"  by Mahboob A Khawaja

"In Defense of Hezbollah, a “Terrorist” Organization" by Ahmad Barqawi

Monday, July 29, 2013

Holder as a comic-book villain

"United States of Hypocrisy" (Dupree)  "A Shameful Day to Be a US Citizen" (Lindorff)  "Snowden Case Reveals Obama's Personal Arrogance" (Moon of Alabama)

"Holder’s desperate letter proves Mr. Snowden is in grave danger"

". . . one can get a letter from the Attorney General, written in plain language, and not have any idea what it means."

"Media Disinformation: The Role of Powerful Political Lobbies and Moneyed Interests in America" (Parenti)

"Mission Creep: When Everything Is Terrorism" (Schneier)  Note that this can be read as a complaint that 'terrorism' should be confined to what God intended, acts of violence blamed on Muslims.

"Our One-Sided War on Terror" (Walt)

"Ex-CIA chief: What Edward Snowden did"  (some clown off his meds).  "Michael Hayden on the Effects of Snowden's Whistleblowing" (Schneier)

"NSA says there are three different PRISMs"  The NSA's clever trick is to give all its illegal and unconstitutional programs the same acronym.

It has taken a l-o-n-g time, but the real story is finally starting to emerge:  "Glenn Greenwald: Low-Level NSA Analysts Have ‘Powerful and Invasive’ Search Tool" (". . . with no need to go to a court, with no need to even get supervisor approval on the part of the analyst").  If the Snowden story is a CIA long con, you have to wonder if it has played out the way it was planned.

"Lawmakers Who Upheld NSA Phone Spying Received Double the Defense Industry Cash"  Money is the usual motivator for treason.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Barnaby Jack

"Shock as famed hacker Barnaby Jack dies young":
"Barnaby Jack, a celebrated computer hacker who could force a bank ATM to spit out cash and sparked safety improvements in medical devices, has died in San Francisco.

A police spokesman said that he was was found dead on Thursday evening by “a loved one” at an apartment on Nob Hill and that foul play had been ruled out. The San Francisco Medical Examiner’s Office said it was conducting an autopsy, though it could be a month before the cause of death was determined.

His sister Amberleigh Jack, who lives in New Zealand, told Reuters he was 35. She declined to comment further, saying she needed time to grieve.

Jack was due to appear at the Black Hat hacking convention in Las Vegas next week, demonstrating techniques for remotely attacking implanted heart devices. He said he could kill a man from 30 feet away."
"Barnaby Jack Could Hack Your Pacemaker and Make Your Heart Explode"

""Broken Hearts": How plausible was the Homeland pacemaker hack?" by Barnaby Jack.

Friday, July 26, 2013

We Gotta Get out of This Place

"How Entertainers Are Bullied Into Not Performing In Israel" by some Simon Wiesenthal Center hasbara-ites. "No evidence of “threats” that prompted The Animals’ Eric Burdon to cancel Israel gig". 'Bullied' means 'encouraged to listen to your conscience', but we really can't blame the Jews for being unable to understand this.

Alicia Keys' band members received the usual Jewish supremacist racist welcome.

"Remember the Torture at Abu Ghraib?"  Credit where credit is due.

"Water company replaces Israeli-made meter from woman's home after she objected to 'repression of Palestine'"

"How we are impoverished, gentrified and silenced - and what to do about it" by John Pilger:
"Momentous change almost always begins with the courage of people taking back their own lives against the odds. There is no other way now. Direct action. Civil disobedience. Unerring. Read Percy Shelley - "Ye are many; they are few". And do it."
Sadly, the mass drugging of the populace seems to have removed all appetite for resistance of any kind.

"How Nancy Pelosi Saved the NSA Surveillance Program"  The vote was shockingly close, and I never, ever want to hear another word about Pelosi being in any way, shape or form 'progressive'.  She's a traitor.

"STRATFOR: 'One function of the U.S. presence in Benghazi, Libya, was to help facilitate the flow of Libyan arms to Syrian rebels'".  The analysis here is at a Stratfor level of stupidity:
"From the American point of view, sending weapons to Syria not only helps the rebels there, but every SA-7b shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile sent to Syria to be fired at a regime helicopter or MiG fighter is one less missile that can find its way into the hands of militants in the region. Promoting the flow of weapons out of Libya to Syria also makes weapons in Libya much more expensive, and can therefore reduce the ability of local militia groups -- or regional militant groups such as al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb or Boko Haram -- to procure weapons from Libya."

"Raghead The Fiendly Neighborhood Terrorist: Chemical Reaction"

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Thursday, July 25, 2013

"Trayvon and White Madness" and "Obama Supports the Racial Surveillance That Killed Trayvon" by Glen Ford

"Family Saved by George Zimmerman Afraid to Be ‘Associated’ With Him".  Note:
  1. the police are on a campaign to rehabilitate Zimmerman (does the police department fear a lawsuit by the family based on the fact the police allow this kind of vigilantism to go on, and almost encourage it?);
  2. Zimmerman is still working that police scanner and still playing cop;
  3. comment by artemissed:
    "Am I missing something? Their vehicle overturned, and pulling them out of it saved their lives? Is that how it works? If they had been in danger, surely the initial accident, itself, would have posed the only risk, no?

    They survived the initial crash, and so George Zimmerman, ever the vigilant, thought it would be wise to move them away from the car before emergency services arrived to bring them to the hospital. If anything, that is dangerous because you risk worsening a potential internal injury before medical care is there to treat it. If anything, Zimmerman endangered these people by leaping into action, as he is wont to do.

    It's not as though the car was ready to explode any moment, like in movies. That doesn't happen.

    I wonder if he asked the 911 dispatcher what to do (if he indeed called) and then promptly ignored their advice.

    Don't get me wrong, I am sure he had noble intentions and his willingness to thrust himself into what most would consider dangerous is commendable, but it's not as though he single-handedly lifted a car off this family."
"Huma Abedin and the Perils of Marrying a Narcissist" Huma wouldn't demean herself this much to become first lady of New York City.  The plan is for Weiner - a blood-pouring-from-the-fangs Zionist - to become the first Jewish President, playing on the idea he is the only one willing and able to defend the middle class from the predations of Wall Street.  Huma has learned from Hillary that enabling these freaks gives you enormous power.

"Is Saudi Arabia Targeting Hezbollah?"  Yes, but there is an American line of thinking that the very rational Hezbollah is better than any of its alternatives.

"The Story of Bahrain" by As'ad AbuKhalil

"Want to know how abysmal Larry Summers would be as Fed chair?"

"DOJ/FBI Admit They May Have Abused Hair Analysis To Convict Hundreds To Thousands Of Innocent People"  Forensic 'science' is largely horseshit.

"Sharin’ Morningstar Keenan’s alleged murderer vanished 30 years ago — now police may have found Dennis Melvyn Howe"

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

The conspiracy behind the the remubarakization of Egypt

All the tiny details of the remubarakization of Egypt planned by the UAE and Bandar Bush (a must read, just for the details of the coup-plotting template):  "The Grand Scam: Spinning Egypt’s Military Coup" by Esam Al Amin.  Note that the coup was Plan B; the preferred Plan A was simply to assassinate Morsi.

"Egypt’s unfolding Mubarakist coup"

"Sudden Improvements in Egypt Suggest a Campaign to Undermine Morsi":
"Working behind the scenes, members of the old establishment, some of them close to Mr. Mubarak and the country’s top generals, also helped finance, advise and organize those determined to topple the Islamist leadership, including Naguib Sawiris, a billionaire and an outspoken foe of the Brotherhood; Tahani el-Gebali, a former judge on the Supreme Constitutional Court who is close to the ruling generals; and Shawki al-Sayed, a legal adviser to Ahmed Shafik, Mr. Mubarak’s last prime minister, who lost the presidential race to Mr. Morsi."

The biggest protest in world history?  “A bottom-up, grassroots effort and not directed by political opposition leaders"?  Exactly How Many Millions Were We, My General?"

"People, power, or propaganda? Unraveling the Egyptian opposition" by Max Blumenthal:
"From what source did the claim of 17 million demonstrators originate? Apparently, it was a single anonymous military official."

Or from Naguib Sawiris himself. The claim of twenty million signatures has also never been independently confirmed.

"Naguib Sawiris Transfers $28 Million USD to Tamarod Organizers"  "Naguib Sawiris – Saves 1 Billion USD from Morsi Overthrow"  "Billionaire Naguib Sawiris Says He'll Increase His Investment In Egypt"  "Egypt's Bloomberg Outlasts His Islamist Enemies"

The media campaign:  "Unpacking Anti-Muslim Brotherhood Discourse"

"The World Without Qatar" by Thierry Meyssan 

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Iron Wall

There is an interesting discussion at Mondoweiss on the e-x-t-r-e-m-e-l-y limited - and already under attack in Germany - EU decision on the settlements, with links to the two relevant Jabotinsky essays forming the blueprint of Jewish behavior:
  1. "The Iron Wall (We and the Arabs)"; and
  2. "The Ethics Of The Iron Wall".
From the first essay:
". . . we cannot promise anything to the Arabs of the Land of Israel or the Arab countries. Their voluntary agreement is out of the question. Hence those who hold that an agreement with the natives is an essential condition for Zionism can now say “no” and depart from Zionism. Zionist colonization, even the most restricted, must either be terminated or carried out in defiance of the will of the native population. This colonization can, therefore, continue and develop only under the protection of a force independent of the local population – an iron wall which the native population cannot break through. This is, in toto, our policy towards the Arabs. To formulate it any other way would only be hypocrisy."
The 'ethics' of the second essay, which attempts to justify Zionist actions, consists of the argument that the Arabs have land and the Jews don't, so the Jews should have the right to steal some land from the Arabs, together with the assertion that somehow the occupying Arabs have 'seized' land from the displaced Jews (hence the appearance today, or whenever the issue arises, of bogus archaeological claims to create a phony Jewish claim to the land of the Palestinians).

From the comment by irishmoses (determining the placement of the 'iron wall'):
"Incidentally, Jabotinsky’s idea of Eretz Israel was the entire, original Palestine Mandate, including then Trans Jordan. No compromises allowed. In my view, Jabotinsky is the patron saint of Likud, Netanyahu, his father, and the others. "
Also note the link provided to: "The Iron Wall: Israel and the Arab World since 1948" by Avi Shlaim. The 'iron wall' is dominant Jewish - or other colonialist - military force used against the Arabs.  Jabotinsky wanted to negotiate some kind of political structure with the Arabs, after they have been completely dominated and defeated, but I see no evidence that the current Likudniks have any such ideas.

Monday, July 22, 2013

The two sides of Kerry's mouth

"Analysis: How Netanyahu averted coalition crisis":
"Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu succeeded in preventing his governing coalition from unraveling over the weekend following the announcement of forthcoming negotiations with the Palestinian Authority.
Netanyahu kept Bayit Yehudi leader Naftali Bennett satisfied by receiving a commitment from the Americans that they would not say the talks would be based on pre-1967 borders."
"Palestinian officials say Kerry gave guarantees that '67 borders are basis for talks"

Kerry simultaneously, and semi-publicly, promised the Palestinians the 'negotiations' would be based on the pre-'67 borders, and promised the Israelis the 'negotiations' would not be based on the pre-'67 borders (aka, the ‘Auschwitz Borders’).

Like clockwork, any possible challenge to Jewish land theft is preceded by a big dose of Biblical 'archaeology': "Israeli archaeologists say they have discovered King David's palace, drawing skepticism"

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Lynching in the 21st century

"New Accusations Against Zimmerman Jurors As Sheriffs Office Admits It Allowed Unsupervised Access" (my emphasis in red; you have to love those entrepreneurial Americans who will turn anything into a way to profit):
"And, it turns out, there is evidence to find that jury tampering did happen, as Juror B37 discussed in her aborted book deal:
The potential book was always intended to be a respectful observation of the trial from my and my husband’s perspectives…
Her husband holding a perspective strong enough to write a book on the subject, given unsupervised access during the trial to his wife on the jury. Juror B37 has also admitted that the decision was reached with information not presented at the trial itself.
This is a siren bell warning of jury tampering. And this is but one juror, how much was discussed with the other jurors. The failure to supervise has now resulted in a potential legal nightmare for the state of Florida, which can be held liable for failing to properly ensure an untampered jury. Add to it the money that juror B37 could anticipate from such a book deal, which would be worth far more if given a not-guilty verdict than otherwise, and we are looking at a potential post-trial jury payoff negotiated through the husband.
And the concerns over Juror B37 are far older than that apparent after the trial. In watching her jury interview, one finds a very concerning pattern. As discussed by legal expert Gail Brashers-Krug, a former federal prosecutor and law professor and who is currently a criminal defense attorney in Iowa:
She really wants to be a juror. She seems to be going out of her way to minimize the disruptive effect of a multiweek trial on her life. Jurors rarely do that. She is also taking pains to avoid saying anything particularly sympathetic to either side. Both sides tend to be very skeptical of jurors who are particularly eager to serve on high-profile cases. Often they have their own agendas, or are attention-seekers.
We find a juror with their own agenda, who managed to sneak her way onto the jury, with unsupervised access to an element harboring their own viewpoint and opinion, and who aimed to profit off of a non-guilty verdict. She had the means, by having access to her husband unsupervised. She had the motive, by profiting off of a book deal. And she had the opportunity by being on the jury in the first place."
The Twitter rumors: "Juror B37 's Husband who is an Attorney Knows Mark O' Mara (Zimmerman's Defense Lawyer)" (and knows him from law school!).

Despite all this, the verdict appears to be correct based on the application of Florida law in place for the protection of racist psychopaths.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Hastings Endgame?

"Murder Mystery(?) Michael Hastings and a CyberSecurity Firm Called Endgame"  An NSA connection?

Denial of the urn quote (but the gist could still be true).

Friday, July 19, 2013

Game changers?

"Hague court 'expected' Nigeria to arrest Sudan's Bashir. It didn't. (+video)"  The International Criminal Court is just an embarrassing stooge of Zionism.

Funny:  "UK Foreign Secretary Supports Prosecution of War Crimes" by Felicity Arbuthnot.

"China, Russia block UN condemnation of Iran missile tests"  Hopefully, the start of a trend caused by the world's disgust at Zionist-American imperialism.

"US Navy successfully lands advanced unmanned drone on aircraft carrier, the future of warfare is here"  The technology of mass murder.

"EU takes tougher stance on Israeli settlements"  The pusillanimous Eurotrash never do anything like this, so I'm wondering if it has something to so with European agribusiness worried about the unfair competition from Israeli businesses operating on stolen land.

"Fox News Warns Al-Qaeda Could 'Hack Your Car & Crash It'"  The usual Islamophobic nonsense, but unfortunate timing when people are thinking about the Hastings crash.

"Foxman helped mobilize wealthy AIPAC board member to obtain Clinton pardon of Marc Rich"  Unusual view of the political corruption behind the outrageous Rich pardon.

"Pro-Israel blog removes photo of Alicia Keys meeting soldiers’ supporter"  It was supposed to be about peace and love and the international language of music, or some such crap, and this doesn't fit the narrative.

In contrast:  "Stevie Wonder Is Done With Florida Until They Get Rid Of Its Stand-Your-Ground Law"  Worth it for the Twitter feed alone.

Atwood's $1 million signature:  "Margaret Atwood signs on to Canadian letter opposing Palestinian evictions"  Most of the comments are good.  This transfer will be an enormous crime.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Michael Hastings crash

Kimberly Dvorak, a brave woman, is investigating the Michael Hastings crash, and doesn't believe it was simply a single-car accident with no foul play:
  1. "Police, Firefighters Ordered Not To Speak About Michael Hastings Crash" (video);
  2. "URGENT: Investigate Michael Hastings' Death" (video);
  3. "Michael Hastings Cremated, Family Never Requested; Wife Hires Private . . . " (video; coroner cremated body, destroying evidence, without asking the family);
  4. "Investigation into Michael Hastings accident continues".
The LAPD is refusing to release any information (similar:  "FBI blocks release of Ibragim Todashev autopsy report").

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

New sphinx

"Crypto-Gram Newsletter - July 15, 2013" by Bruce Schneier, particularly:
  1. "Evidence that the NSA Is Storing Voice Content, Not Just Metadata" (also:  "The crux of the NSA story in one phrase: 'collect it all'" by Glenn Greenwald) - this is the real story that various spins of the limited hangout are intended to obscure;
  2.  "Blowback from the NSA Surveillance" - obviously, the Americans can't be trusted with the internet;
  3. "How the NSA Eavesdrops on Americans" (also, the crucial shift in the FISA court:  "Former FISC Judge Quit Over Warrantless Wiretapping, Now Argues FISC Is Out Of Control")

"Trayvon Martin and the Irony of American Justice"  "Burden and Quantum of Proof as to Self-Defense"  If you are handy in a fight and don't mind taking a bit of a beating - to establish the evidence that 'self-defense' was an issue - anybody can use the weird American concept of self defense to get away with murder.  You initiate a violent encounter sufficient to ensure your victim will instinctively take steps to defend himself, claim you then feared for your own life, and execute the victim using the weapon you are carrying.  It helps a lot that the main witness, your victim, is dead, and the onus is on the prosecution to establish that your fear was phony.  For some reason (incompetence?), the prosecution in the Zimmerman case expressly conceded all the parts of the defense, meaning that Zimmerman did not even have to testify.

"Unique Egyptian sphinx unearthed in north Israel"  I don't think they have fully thought through the implications for the Exodus mythology.

"Up Against The Wall, America! Sen. Schumer Touts NYPD Chief Kelly For Next Head Of Homeland Security"  They should call it what it is:  the Department of Islamophobia.  Funny Sailer:  "Janet Napolitano & UC's 'powerful coterie of lesbians'"

Monday, July 15, 2013

'Improving' the lies

"RT source: Israeli strike on Syria was carried out from Turkish base"  "Turkish FM denies Israel used Turkish base in Syria attack"  This is a superb Russian dirty trick, taking the original Israeli propaganda nonsense and elaborating on it in a way that embarrasses both Israel and the Turkish government.  Since the Israelis have already 'improved' the original Mossad propaganda, they are hardly in a position to quibble about yet another 'improvement'.

"American-Arab group calls on MLB to fire Jonathan Mael for smearing Jets’ Oday Aboushi"  It is extremely minor league of Major League Baseball to be waiting around hoping that the slurring will blow over so they don't have to fire Mael.  I can't fathom how he can ever be effective for them as a 'media coordinator' when his first act was to become part of a big, dirty, embarrassing story.

"Anyone But Larry Summers . . ."  Summers is the quintessential example of the incompetent second generation of Jewish Americans who succeeded solely by riding the connections of the extremely competent first generation.  We're on to the third generation, and things are getting very grim indeed.

"“Russian” Oligarchs Mostly Zionist Supremacists, says Israeli Media"

"Surveillance dystopia looms"

"Only 1 Percent of “Terrorists” Caught By the FBI are Real"  And that 1% is never caught through the operations of the Panopticon.

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Under pressure

Just at the time that even the contemptible and traitorous Jewslaves in Congress are having cold feet at assisting the lung-eaters, the neocons at the Washington Post call for even more American intervention in Syria!  Bizarre, but an indication that the battle between the Soroscons and the neocons continues over which group of Jews is entitled to instruct the Americans on how to destroy themselves.

The incomprehensible is an indication that pressure is mounting:
  1. "NY Jets' Oday Aboushi unfairly compared to alleged murderer Aaron Hernandez by employee on Twitter";
  2. "New York Jets’ Oday Aboushi faces anti-Palestinian smears" (on the tiny chance that the motivation isn't clear, note that Mael had been an AIPAC intern);
  3. "MLB new media coordinator compares Palestinian NFL player to Aaron Hernandez";
  4. "The Slandering of NY Jet Oday Aboushi";
  5. "‘Poor journalism’: NBC’s Mohyeldin calls out ‘NYT’ for refusing to name 3 writers who smeared Oday Aboushi"
How is it even possible that Jonathan Mael still has a job?  I'm serious.  Does major League Baseball condone this kind of behavior?  It is not like he sells hot dogs.  He is a 'new media coordinator'.  His tweets are MLB tweets.

Pressure seems to be the only explanation for both Pincusgate and the evisceration of the original story:
  1. "Washington Post's WikiLeaks/Snowden/Greenwald Conspiracy Theory"
  2. "What the Snowden Affair Reveals About US Journalism"
  3. "The real story in the NSA scandal is the collapse of journalism"

"Mohammed Attar Interviews Noam Chomsky" Note how Noam gets through the entire interview without actually saying anything except for smearing Assad.

Israel, incapable of coming to a decision on what to do, is reduced to taking credit for things others have done (if, in fact, anything was done at all):  "Report: Israeli submarine strike hit Syrian arms depot"

"No Evidence for Charge Iran Linked to JFK Terror Plot"  There never is any real evidence linking either Iran or Hezbollah to any terror plot.

"CIA whistleblower's advice to Snowden"  "John Kiriakou Letter 16 June 2013"

Friday, July 12, 2013

The Official Story is the least likely explanation

"Questions surrounding 2011 triple murder point to government cover-up in Boston Marathon bombing":
"There has been no serious attempt to explain these staggering contradictions and anomalies. Instead, the same red herring used to cover up the role of US intelligence agencies in allowing the 9/11 attacks to take place—failure to “connect the dots” or “communicate”—has been trundled out once again before an incredulous public.

The official story—upheld by the Times—is the least likely explanation for the Boston bombing, an event that became the pretext for an unprecedented military-police lockdown of a major American city.

The most plausible explanation is that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a US intelligence asset working with the FBI and/or other agencies. He was protected because he was deemed useful, perhaps in furthering US covert operations in the North Caucasus or other criminal US imperialist operations. Chechen Islamist terrorists make up a significant contingent of the foreign forces funneled by the CIA into Syria to help wage the current US-backed war for regime-change."
This CBC report is coherent only if you strip away the American propaganda assumptions and realize that both Tamerlan Tsarnaev and William Plotnikov were working for the CIA, probably with the dual purpose of investigating Islamist networks and causing trouble in Russia.  Todashev was murdered and his girlfriend is being quickly deported to cover up their knowledge of Tamerlan's government connections, the Waltham murders were given no real police investigation as Tamerlan was under CIA protection, the Russian repeated warnings about Tamerlan were ignored as Tamerlan was working for the Americans, and Tamerlan's trip to Dagestan and the Boston bombing were both official American government operations.  Nothing else makes any sense.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Saudi subtlety

"Gulf States Embrace Post-Brotherhood Egypt"  $8 billion isn't subtle.

"Sudden Improvements in Egypt Suggest a Campaign to Undermine Morsi"  "Did the “Deep State” Sabotage Morsi?"  The role of the Egyptian 1%.

"Merkel Rejects NSA Comparison With Communist East German Stasi"  She would know.  "Frau Bankster"

"Oligarch Valley: How Beverly Hills billionaire farmers Lynda and Stewart Resnick profit from the Iran sanctions they lobbied for"  These Jewish billionaires are so evil in so many ways they almost sound like an anti-Semitic caricature.

"NSA PRISM UPSTREAM Slides Differ"  How could that happen?

"Intelligence panels cut off aid to Syrian rebels by restricting funds"  Note how the Egyptian coup had the Jewish billionaires instruct the same Jewslaves to do a 180 degree turn.  The advantage of the Saudi approach to the Middle East over the Qatari approach is that the Saudi promotion of the lung-eaters is so obviously insane that it even scares the Jewish billionaires.

"Did Israel Attack Syria?"  An attack on Silverstein's bizarre Israeli propaganda.

"The journalistic practices of the Washington Post and Walter Pincus"  "Washington Post Makes Bizarre, Factually Incorrect Claims About Glenn Greenwald, Can't Figure Out How To Update" Comment by Anonymous Coward (and photo further down from Rikuo):
"Here's why it takes so long for an 80-year-old to correct a mistake: Do you know how long it takes to find a bottle of Wite-Out these days?"

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Lots of stories today, some true

"The Looting of Asia"  Japanese stole a lot of gold from Asia, and buried it.  Americans dug it up and used it to fund CIA operations.

"The US Fears the World will Discover its Big Nuclear Secret"

"So Much For Middle East Democracy" by Eric Margolis.  "A Gift From the United States to Mideast Zealots" by Robert Scheer.  Both of these are oddly Noamian, ascribing far too much agency to the Americans, who were as clueless about this regime change as they were about the regime change that removed Mubarak. The American government was quick to shout 'us too' after the fact to try to maintain the illusion that they are still running things.  You have to wonder how much the super-abundance of surveillance information is gumming up their ability to do proper geopolitical analysis.

"The Lac-Mégantic Tragedy and American Capitalism"  Mass murder by deregulation.

"Cameras Catch Mystery Break-In at Whistleblower's Law Firm".  Nixonian.

"Europe's New 'Time Bomb' Is Ticking in Syria"  It would be nice, if just once, Europeans held their politicians accountable for this crap.

"Israel Destroyed Syrian Weapons Depot Containing Advanced Russian Arms"  More Mossad propaganda from Silverstein (the comments are funny).

"Explosion rocks Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut"  This, however, could very well be an Israeli warning for Hezbollah to stay out of Syria.  The massive car bomb is standard Israeli operating procedure in Lebanon.

"Shrewdly positioned as Syrian interventionist, Samantha Power has neocon backing"  The Soroscons are indistinguishable from the neocons.

"Egypt Prompts Buyer's Remorse for Bush Doctrine Advocates"   It is funny that people still believe that the neocons ever actually cared about democracy.

"Zionist Veteran Admits: “We Razed Arab Villages”"

"After the Shooting In Cairo" Note the agents provocateurs who drew the fire and caused the massacre.

"The Quiet Coup: No, Not Egypt. Here."  The United States has a deep state too.

" . . . Britain may be functionally a one-party state . . . "  Not just Britain.

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

The Snowden Effect

"Questions for Snowden" by Walter Pincus.  Pincus isn't your typical 'journalist'/toady asshole, but here he is trying to slur Snowden by suggesting that Snowden is just part of some Wikileaks stunt (the assumption being that all Americans will assume Assange is the devil).  If Pinkus is willing to wreck his stellar reputation, official Washington must indeed be terrified.

"snowden just keeps getting weirder"  Joking or . . . ?  Even if he is joking, this is exactly why mass surveillance is the antithesis of democracy.  What do you have if all your elected representatives are puppets on strings controlled by blackmail?

"Snowden: NSA lying, collecting all communications into and out of US"  The real story.

"New insights into the PRISM program"  Analysis of the four 'new' slides - you know, the ones that suddenly appeared after we were told it would be illegal to release them (!) - together with a comment by Barton Gellman.

"Google's internal spy system was Chinese hacker target"  If you are so stupid you are willing to trust Google and the American government with all your secrets, are you equally willing to trust the Chinese government?

Cryptome's title for this (pdf) is:  "First Booz Allen Casualty of Snowden Affair?"

"NSA Rejecting Every FOIA Request Made by U.S. Citizens"

"Secret FISA Court Widens Power Of NSA To Spy On Us All"  Given the blanket rubber-stamp surveillance approvals, and the fact the NSA doesn't think it needs court approval anyway, it might just be time to retire the idea that 'judicial scrutiny' makes everything OK.

"Michael Hastings Contacted WikiLeaks Before His Death"

"Julian Assange Isn't WikiLeaks"  Even faux hipsters think there is money to be made in the Assange slurring business.  Given the fact that Wikileaks was infiltrated by forces attempting  to destroy it, I think it is fair to say that Assange is Wikileaks.

"The Snowden Effect: definition and examples"

Monday, July 08, 2013

Prince Bandar must be bushed

It has been a busy few weeks for the Saudis, and Bandar Bush could probably use a vacation.  They:
  1. replaced the emir of Qatar with his inexperienced and apparently more malleable son;
  2. supported the coup in Egypt by agreeing to financially backstop the moves of the Egyptian army;
  3. replaced the leader of the Syrian resistance with one of their stooges;
  4. using their Salafis in Egypt, vetoed the appointment of Mohamed ElBaradei as interim Prime Minister;
  5. weakened Hamas - whose sin was being too close to the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood - by using the Egyptian army to attack the people of Gaza.
The goal of the Saudi plan is self-preservation of the Saudi royals against the perceived threat of the 'Arab spring'. The paradox is that the goal is to be achieved by radicalizing the opposition in each country. Radicalizing the opposition allows it to be portrayed as part of radical Islam, thus marginalizing it in the eyes of the West and allowing it to be portrayed as a suitable target of the 'war on terror'.  The Egyptian army's violent attacks on the Muslim Brotherhood are intended to radicalize the Muslim Brotherhood, as that kind of conservative mainstream political Islam is regarded as the biggest real threat to Saudi royal privileges.

Prince Bandar is running circles around the Americans, who are late to the game and intellectually outmatched (not to mention made to look quite silly).  World Jewry likes the short-term strategic direction of having Muslims kill each other, but is worried about what happens if the lung-eaters actually form a government somewhere (you could get Morsi to play along, and Assad is no threat, but some of the lung-eaters are serious about hating Zionism).  The Muslim Brotherhood was so intent and focused on its goal of using the ballot box to create a very specific kind of Islamic state that it completely missed the signs of impending doom.

Creating an opposition that is entirely made up of lung-eaters is a dangerous and desperate and evil plan that may well backfire on the Saudis, but the fear of a more moderate political opposition to the Saudi royals is so profound that Prince Bandar is rolling the dice on the entire Middle East.

Sunday, July 07, 2013


"Have We All Been Fooled By Edward Snowden?" (via Tuesday Night Buzz).  Snowden has been consistently ultra-libertarian, but acceptance of - indeed, promotion of - extreme government intrusion under Bush suddenly did a 180 when Obama became President.  Of course, if this is just a CIA long-con, Snowden's internet presence may have been coached all along.  Who knows what he really thinks.

"EU to vote to suspend U.S. data sharing agreements, passenger records amid NSA spying scandal"  "PRISM fallout could cost US cloud industry billions, warns Europe's digital chief"

"Ad-Blocker Ghostery Actually Helps Advertisers, If You “Support” It"  "Ad Blocking Tool Ghostery Sends Data To The Ad Industry"

"Google is accused of paying Adblock Plus to show Google ads"  "How to disable ‘Acceptable Ads’ whitelist in Adblock Plus [Guide]"

"Android uses code written by NSA"  "NSA Has Legitimate Code Running in Linux Kernel and Android"  Does 'open source' protect us?  A Reddit discussion, referring to the Underhanded C Contest.

"Lockdown"  I wonder if the end of Google Reader is a page-view issue, somehow affecting Google revenues.

Saturday, July 06, 2013

Coup, what coup?

The Saudi role in the Egyptian coup was to promise the army that it would replace American funding of Egypt - which is actually just more funding of Israel, as the money is a bribe to keep Egypt from interfering with Zionist colonialism - should the Americans decide that they had to stop Egyptian funding as the forced removal of the elected government of Egypt was a 'coup' under American law.  Due to the Jewish influence over Washington, there was almost no chance that Obama would obey clear American law and stop the funding, but the consequences to the Egyptian 1% of a sudden cut-off were regarded as so extreme that the army needed the Saudi assurances to get rid of Morsi.  There is not a shred of evidence of American involvement in any of this, and the American Egyptian embassy is so incompetently run that it appears the Americans were as astonished by the coup as they were by the removal of Mubarak.

It may well be that Qatar has been completely removed from the geopolitical picture in the Middle East, along with the idea that the Arab Spring can be managed through the use of establishment conservative Islam (e.g., the Muslim Brotherhood).  It would be nice if Americans were to come to the realization that Bandar Bush's alternative, rule by the lung-eaters and their ilk, isn't good for real American interests.

"Inverted colonialism"  It is long past time for Europeans to start wearing brown paper bags over their heads out of the sheer embarrassment.

"US Ambassador to Austria Reportedly Responsible for False Claim Snowden Was on Bolivian Leader’s Plane"  The American tendency of appointing ambassadors based on the amount of money delivered to the sitting President is, again, paying off:
"Eacho was one of Obama’s biggest campaign fundraisers, and he helped raise over $500,000."
To be fair, the idiot American ambassador to Egypt is a career diplomat.

Alicia Keys makes the gossip pages (the comments are funny).

"On The Jewish Question"  This appears to have been written under the influence of drugs and is completely devoid of evidence of any editing assistance, but the fact it is so explicit and appears in Counterpunch is interesting.

Friday, July 05, 2013

I’m not a crook.

"They are SO FUCKING PARANOID.":  "I’m not a crook."

"John Pilger: Forcing Down Evo Morales's Plane Was an Act of Air Piracy"  "Bolivia’s Morales Dissed and Pissed as France, Portugal, and Austria Violate Diplomatic Immunity"  "Faced with U.S. aggression against Bolivian President Evo Morales, UNASUR and ALBA hold emergency meetings"  "Evo Morales threatens to close US embassy in Bolivia as Latin American leaders weigh in"  Nice job at losing South America, Barry!

"Alleged Ecuadorian Embassy Bug Is A Decoy (where are other 3?)"

"What Caused the Fallout between Snowden & Guardian-Greenwald, and Why?"  Assange has had a rather bitter personal lesson of the duplicity of the Guardian.

"Saudi role in the coup"

"The Dancing Israelis Docs"

"Alicia Keys bares her heart and soul for Tel Aviv"

"The July 1988 Shooting Down of Iran Air Flight 655"

"Not a Sparrow Falls":
"Does anyone seriously believe that Obama will ensure the chancellor and her interior minister that the American authorities will respect the rights of German citizens in the future? Only Europe can break the American fantasy of omnipotence. One option would be for Europe to build its own system of networks to prevent American surveillance. Journalist Frank Schirrmacher of the respected Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper recommended that over the weekend. "It would require subsidies and a vision as big as the moon landing," he argues.

A simpler approach would be to just force American firms to respect European laws. The European Commission has the ability to do that. The draft for a new data privacy directive has already been presented. It just has to be implemented. Once that happens, American secret services might still be able to walk all over European law, but if US Internet giants like Google, Apple, Microsoft and Facebook want to continue making money off of a half-billion Europeans, then they will have to abide by our laws. Under the new law, companies caught passing on data in ways not permitted are forced to pay fines. You can be sure that these companies would in turn apply pressure to their own government. The proposal envisions setting that fine at 2 percent of a company's worldwide revenues."

"Presidents Surveillance Program of 14 September 2001":
"On September 14, 2001 the NSA initiated a program on eavesdropping of all or the  telephone and internet traffic of all U.S. Citizens, and concealed this quite unlawful program under many layers of secrecy, not because it as in the interests of national security, but rather to hide the violation of the Fourth Amendment. "
"Assange on Securitization, Politics, and the Survival of Wikileaks"

Thursday, July 04, 2013

The coup in Egypt

The Angry Arab on Egypt:  "A coup, not a revolution":
"It is quite a show to watch Egyptian liberals and some leftists cheering a reactionary military coup by the man, Sisi, who has been in charge of Egyptian-Israeli military-intelligence cooperation.  Sisi is the man who tightened the siege of Gaza and who serviced Israel more than it was serviced in Mubarak's days.  This is a man who killed Egyptians and Palestinians to win US and Israeli approval.  I understand that the AUC crowd is happy and that some of them have classist contempt for the Islamists and think of them as uncouth and backward, but how can one not see a coup when one is taking place on TV screens?  No one has more detestation than the Ikhwan but Sisi and his other henchmen have less legitimacy than even the lousy Morsi.  Any popular legitimacy that is lent to Sisi can permit him in the future to overthrow a different elected government, perhaps a progressive government.  The battle against the Ikhwan should proceed side-by-side with a battle against the military dictators of Egypt who serve US-Israeli alliance.  Lastly, I wish to point out that the Likudnik House of Saud media, like Ash-Sharq Al-Awsat (mouthpiece of Prince Salman and his sons) are very pleased with Sisi.  That should be indicative."

There is a summary of the most recent Egyptian election results in Wikipedia. Although a lot of people opposed to the Muslim Brotherhood didn't vote in protest, the will of the people is quite clear. Unless the army actually bars the Muslim Brotherhood, I imagine the next set of results will be similar, and the anger at army involvement may actually increase support for the Muslim Brotherhood.  Of course, it is arguable that the election was fixed by the vast amounts of Qatari money that poured into the MB party coffers.

"Saudi king congratulates Egypt's new interim president"

"Insight: Smooth Qatar handover rooted in turbulent past of 'Father Emir'"  "Qatar's emir congratulates Egypt's new interim leader - QNA"  Did the Egyptian coup have to await the Qatari transfer of power?

"President al-Assad in interview to al-Thawra newspaper: What is  happening in Egypt is fall of so-called "Political Islam""  "Morsi role at Syria rally seen as tipping point for Egypt army"  "What would the fall of Morsi mean to the Islamists?"  Is the Egyptian army's move part of a bigger plan to remove the Muslim Brotherhood from the political equation across the Middle East, leaving the battle between the secularists and the lung-eaters?

Some rhetorical flourishes notwithstanding, World Jewry was quite happy with Morsi, and all indications were that Morsi was assisting in every was possible with Jewish 'security' concerns and the usual Jewish killing and land stealing.  It may be that Morsi's remarkable misreading of the seriousness of the situation reflects his view that his playing so nicely with the Jews meant that the Americans would never allow the Egyptian army to remove him.

"Guest Post: Egyptians Love Us For Our Freedom"

Wednesday, July 03, 2013


The arrogance of the Americans and the servility of the Europeans:  "Bolivian minister: Evo Morales’ plane rerouted on suspicion Snowden on board"

"Will climate change make Florida uninsurable?"  The government will eventually have to set up a public insurance scheme, at massive, massive, massive cost to everybody in the country.

"Clapper: I gave 'erroneous' answer because I forgot about Patriot Act"  "James Clapper is still lying to America"  "James Clapper Admits He Lied To Congress; His Punishment Will Likely Be A High Paying Private Sector Job"  The arrogance is so extreme that he still can't be bothered to come up with an excuse that isn't insulting to the American people.

"Shaping us into robots:  Honesty is now beyond the range of acceptable human behavior" by John Kaminski .  You know that both propositions, that these are honest whistleblowers and that there is government manipulation of the concept of whistleblowing, can be true.

"Claim:  Paula Deen blamed "Jew executives" for her firing from the Food Network"  Isn't it curious that Deen was fired, not for being a racist, but for disclosing the continued existence of racism in the United States?  The context was that she was admitting her past mistakes, so the lesson learned is that you had better not do that, and keep the racism under wraps.

Never fear, there is still a place where people are proud and unapologetic of their racism:  "Attack in Tel Aviv: ‘Jewish girls do not go out with Blacks!’"  "There will be no refugees in Israel: Asylum seekers to be deported to unnamed African country"

Tuesday, July 02, 2013


"Potential witness must be jailed until leaving US":
"An immigration judge has ordered a potential witness in the investigation into the fatal shooting of a Chechen man by an FBI agent last month to leave the United States no later than July 1, and to remain in jail until she departs, raising an outcry from a civil rights group seeking a full accounting of the man’s death.

Federal immigration officials arrested Tatiana Igorevna Gruzdeva, a 19-year-old aspiring foreign language teacher from Russia, on May 16 for overstaying her visa. They discovered the violation when the FBI and other law enforcement officials began investigating Ibragim Todashev, her roommate in Orlando, about his ties to the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.

Six days later, a Boston FBI agent shot and killed 27-year-old Todashev in their apartment.

Officials with the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Florida, which is conducting its own review of the shooting, said they wanted to talk to Gruzdeva about the FBI’s actions in the days and weeks leading to Todashev’s death. Council leaders are concerned that federal officials are sweeping her out of the country before she could provide information to them and law enforcement officials."
Cover-up story:  "Cover Story: How the NSA Targets Germany and Europe" (worried that NSA employees might get terminal cases of carpal tunnel syndrome):
"SPIEGEL has decided not to publish details it has seen about secret operations that could endanger the lives of NSA workers."
"The Guardian Revealed An NSA 'Scoop' Then Deleted It From The Website"  "British Paper Duped into Fake NSA Scoop by Obama-Is-Gay Crank"  The large ad hominem argument seems to be intended to obscure the fact that the underlying story is true.

The court oversight amounts to "a bulk collection order for internet metadata 'every 90 days'".

Hasbara is expensive: "Americans give $274 million to aid Israeli settlements - new report"

Oh-oh:  "Jewish ex-Argentina gov’t official to be probed in AMIA bombing":
"The Jewish ex-interior minister of Argentina will be investigated for his ties to the AMIA Jewish center bombing.

The Buenos Aires Federal Appeals Court last week ordered the probe of Carlos Vladimir Corach in connection with an illegal payment of $400,000 to Carlos Telleldin, an auto mechanic who was among those charged in the 1994 attack that left 85 dead and hundreds wounded."

Monday, July 01, 2013

Evil seems to be the theme, as always

"The 'Promised Land' Is Not A 'Place'; Intimidated By 'Jews'"

"Jewish before democratic"

"History of the Theft of Palestine and the Jewish Invention of Modern Terrorism"

"Smearing Alice Walker" by Jeffrey Blankfort.  "Alicia Keys Girl On Fire Video"  I'm afraid that Alicia Keyes' career is too dependent on the goodwill of Jewish billionaires for her to do the only right thing.  It is too bad, as this visit will define her entire career, and life.

"Obama's Feed the Future for Monsanto Initiative"  "The World Food Prize, Brought to You by Monsanto"

"Obama Administration, Congress Intensify Opposition To Global Generic Drug Industry"

"Newly Leaked NSA Slides On PRISM Add To Confusion, Rather Than Clear It Up"

"State complicity in Myanmar pogroms"

"Chinese media blames Syrian rebels for Xinjiang violence"  Same pool of riffraff, anyway.

"Washington’s World: July 1st – July 7th, 2013"  'Political dynamics' is a new term for 'Jews'.