Sunday, October 16, 2016


It is still difficult for me to believe that something this so batshit crazy, so backasswards, can be published in what used to be a respected American magazine:  "Putin, Syria, And Why Moscow Has Gone War-Crazy".  Of course, ((())).  This is pure neocon warmongering propaganda.

"Here Are Hillary Clinton's Three Speeches To Goldman Sachs For Which She Was Paid $675,000".  From here under the attachments tab at the top.

She really is shameless:  "Clinton Wanted Political Benefits Of Supporting ‘fight For 15’ Without Backing $15 Wages".

The consistent covert anti-progressive - or, better, progressive-undermining - pattern:  "Hillary Clinton Campaign Avoided Helping Single-Payer Ballot Measure, Emails Show".

Happy Birthday, Bill!;  "Hacked Emails Raise Possibility of Clinton Foundation Ethics Breach".  ("Reuters could not rule out the possibility the $1 million was intended as a birthday present for Clinton personally, not for the foundation.")

"Roaming Charges: a Wikileak is a Terrible Thing to Waste" by Jeffrey St. Clair.  Nixon took it much more personally - it is all business for the clinical Clintonistas - but the effect is the same.

"Podesta to Tom Steyer in leaked email: ‘I didn’t expect to get f---ed by you’".

"The Clinton Foundation left a toxic legacy in Colombia":
"Many of the Colombian “success stories” touted on the foundation’s website – the ones specific enough for us to track down – were critical about the foundation’s effect on their lives. Labor leaders and progressive activists say foundation programs caused environmental harm, displaced indigenous people, and that it concentrated a larger share of Colombia’s oil and natural gas reserves in the hands of Giustra, who was involved in a now bankrupt oil company that worked closely with the Clinton Foundation and which used the Colombian military a 1984-style surveillance program to smash a strike by its workers.

It was a shocking record that belies the progressive principles on which the Clintons have based their political dynasty and philanthropy, embodied in the Clinton Foundation’s advertising copy: “Everyone deserves a chance to succeed.”"

Tweet (Ben Norton):
"US Air Force couldn't explain to @kenklippenstein why it refueled Saudi planes the day after the funeral massacre, but not the day of"
"Hiding US Role in Yemen Slaughter So Bombing Can Be Sold as ‘Self-Defense’".

Comment by Mark John in Naked Capitalism:
"This article also gives an interesting look inside the bubble. I find it rather fascinating/sad that HRC does not seem to directly communicate with WJC."
"Gaius Publius: Considering the Coming Megadrought in the American Southwest".  The revolution will occur the day after there is noting left for which to revolt.

"Ecuador's Legal Battle With Chevron Foreshadows Global Corporate Coup D'état".

"The Middle East and the Next Administration".
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