Monday, September 07, 2015

Superior people

"Police 'betray' CSA survivor by referring his son to social services"  An excellent way to staunch the flow of victim testimony before somebody really important and alive gets named.

"Europe Invaded Mostly by “Regime Change” Refugees" You have to laugh - or perhaps revolt? - when governments simultaneously whine about the refugee disaster and claim that the solution for it is more 'regime change' (a polite term for Wars For The Jews).

Lots of important Jewish holidays this time of year, September 11, Yom Kippur, Aluminum Tubes Day and:  "happy anniversary, Jeff Goldberg".

"Russia will Never Abandon Syria: 10 Points"

"Harper's Canada has more than one refugee death on its hands"  They've set the entire system up so that it is practically impossible to make a refugee claim.

"Slaughtering the Truth and the False Choice of War on Iran"  I love when people's names reflect their occupation.

"Exodus of Syrians Highlights Political Failure of the West – Ann Barnard/The New York Times"  Ann Barnard?!  I'm waiting for Hitler's op-ed decrying the evils of anti-Semitism.  I like how she somehow managed to find a selected group of rich refugees (of course, the rich ones are the ones who have the wherewithal to get out, and tend to assimilate extremely well in the country they end up in).

People claim to be honestly wondering why any refugee would leave these luxurious refugee camps:  "In Pictures: Syrian Refugees Are Freezing to Death as Snow Blankets the Region"

"Massive Protest Held in Moldova Over $1 Billion That Mysteriously Vanished" Cleverly written without a single mention of who stole the money.

Supremacism:  "The Doctrine of ‘Superior People’: The Bond between Israel and World Zionism" by James Petras
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