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.

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