Thursday, July 23, 2015

Indoctrination Game

"Persia's approaching gold rush"  You should read this - and everything else - while noting the tension between the national interests of various countries and the efforts of World Jewry to build its empire across the Middle East.

"Bill Kristol on Iran Deal: 'Its Munich!'"

"China feared CIA worked with Sheldon Adelson's Macau casinos to snare officials"

"Syriza-led government learns to "love Israel""

"The Indoctrination Game, Part 1: Constructing Alan Turing as Jewish Proxy"

"The Guy Who Got Caught"  It is interesting that the American far right does not worship the troops in the way we are supposed to believe they do.  Decades of Wars For The Jews have greatly tarnished the American military.

By the way, American white supremacists are completely taken with Trump.  Odd, as it seems so clear that he is part of a Hillary conspiracy to mess with the Republican Party.

A Hillary conspiracy to mess with any possible Democrat rivals: "The Democratic nomenklatura and #BlackLivesMatter"

"Diary" by Tariq Ali"
"Greece, in fact, has a lot of tanks, because the German and French arms industries, eager to get rid of surplus hardware in a world where wars are fought by bombers and drones, bribed the politicians. During the first decade of this century Greece was among the top five importers of weapons, mainly from the German companies Ferrostaal, Rheinmetall and Daimler-Benz. In 2009, the year after the crash, Greece spent €8 billion – 3.5 per cent of GDP – on defence. The then Greek defence minister, Akis Tsochatzopoulos, who accepted huge bribes from these companies, was convicted of corruption by a Greek court in 2013. Prison for the Greek; small fines for the German bosses. None of this has been mentioned by the financial press in recent weeks. It didn’t quite tally with the need to portray Greece as the sole transgressor. Yet a Greek court has been provided with conclusive evidence that the largest tax avoider in the country is Hochtief, the giant German construction company that runs Athens airport. It has not paid VAT for twenty years, and owes 500 million euros in VAT arrears alone. Nor has it paid the contributions due to social security. Estimates suggest that Hochtief’s total debt to the exchequer could top one billion euros."
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