Friday, September 23, 2016

Drafting error

"The Case for Trump: Jewish Donors Abandon Trump".  Trump has broken the biggest Jewish scam of all, the idea that politicians have to spend billions at Jew-owned media outlets to have any chance of winning.  Trump's ongoing attempts to pander to the Jews by saying crazy things about Iran and hiring neocon advisers isn't working, as Big Jew has to defeat him to keep its massive political funding/spending scam going.  If he beats Clinton while spending a thirtieth (!!!) of what she is spending Big Jew's vile stranglehold over Americans is over.  This issue is indubitably the single most important issue of this campaign, so you won't read about it anywhere.  Think about how awful this is - the assumption is that all issues are irrelevant as long as you have more money to spend.

"EXCLUSIVE: The REAL Syria Civil Defence Expose Nato’s ‘White Helmets’ as Terrorist-Linked Imposters".  "White Helmets Deceive “Right Livelihood” and CodePink".

"Most Dangerous Person On the Planet Today: Hillary Clinton".  No contest.

"Why Hillary Clinton hasn't been able to leave Donald Trump in the Dust".  Marshall, still striving to be appointed Assistant Vice Under-Secretary of Goebbelian Operations in the Clinton Administration, tries to spin the fact that everybody hates her as minor problems in messaging (including her recent defense of Wells Fargo!).

"How Hillary Helped Ruin Haiti".

"Lula lambastes judge who ordered his trial".  The traitors have to find some way to remove Lula from politics and keep him away from voters or all the chicanery will be for nought.

Ban picked up his last delivery of shekels, the end of an extraordinarily embarrassing term as Secretary-General:  "Ban Ki-moon condemns ‘apparently deliberate’ Syria aid convoy attack".  Then somebody at the UN actually looked at the evidence:  "Syria: Attack on Aid Convoy Kills Twenty, Destroys Aid …".  A very hard sentence to find using search engines (I found it with Bing):  "But the U.N. revised a statement to remove the phrase "air strikes" and replace it with references to unspecified "attacks". U.N. humanitarian spokesman Jens Laerke said the original reference to air strikes was probably a drafting error, saying the U.N. was not in a position to determine if they were air strikes but was sure the convoy was "attacked."  Again, pure common sense - it makes zero sense for either the Syrians or Russians to gift the Americans with a distraction from the most recent American wrongdoing serving as the ISIS airforce. "Attack on Humanitarian Convoy in Syria ‘Provocation Aimed to Distract Attention’".
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