Monday, May 12, 2014

Academi sounds like a diploma mill

If there is a referendum going on about whether a group of voters should stay with you or separate, and you threaten them with extreme violence, shoot at them, and even kill some of them, they tend to vote to separate.   My concern over the IQ of the Ukrainian ministers continues (although one unlikely theory is that they want to encourage separation as it will make the remaining country easier to govern).  "The Donbass referendum - yet another abject failure of US foreign policy"  "Ukraine: Serious Media Largely Confirm Donetsk Poll Results"

"Has Blackwater been deployed to Ukraine? Notorious U.S. mercenaries 'seen on the streets of flashpoint city' as Russia claims 300 hired guns have arrived in country"  "Ukraine: Another German "Leak" Against U.S. Policy"  "400 Blackwater Mercs Deployed In Ukraine Against Separatists, German Press Reports"  We have suffered through an awful lot of creative, if incompetent, photo analysis in the American media purporting to prove there were Russian troops in Ukraine, but I bet we won't hear much about this.

"The problem with Thomas Piketty: “Capital” destroys right-wing lies, but there’s one solution it forgets" by Thomas Frank.  Odd that a Frenchman would forget about unions.

"Munk Debate on surveillance: Glenn Greenwald, Michael Hayden trade barbs"  You may be surprised to see famous civil liberties proponent Dersh attempting to support Hayden, but you shouldn't be.  The ultra-fascist panopticon is a direct result of the Global War On Terror, created by the Jews to allow them to kill people and steal land, and is thus directly caused by violent Jewish group supremacism administered by ZOG and propagandized by the likes of Dershowitz.  We can't get rid of the problem until we acknowledge the root cause.
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