Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Greasing their palms

"UN privacy watchdog says 'little or no evidence' that mass surveillance works".  Depends what you mean by 'works'.  If it is intended as a method of political repression, it works just fine.  As a method of keeping people safe and secure, it is a complete failure.  In fact, as we've seen from the latest WikiLeaks revelations about the CIA, spy meddling has greatly increased the dangers from the internet.  You reach the point of no return when all your politicians are so blackmailed that even the worst revelations elicit no political response (with the CIA rewarded for its treason and incompetence).

"Former US Diplomats Warn Russia Hysteria Undermining US Interests".  "The Democrats’ Dangerous Diversion".

"Top brass dismisses Western media’s alleged ‘leaks’ on Russian special forces in Egypt".  This (Rothschild) story doesn't fit recent Russian standards of diplomatic and military care.

More like it:  "Russia Will Assist Egypt in Producing Nuclear Electricity".

"Soros Funded Think-Tank: Russia And Syria To Send Migrants Into Germany To Influence Election".  "Turkey Says "Migrant Deal Has Ended", May Unleash Millions Of Refugees".  The push is to increase the strength of Islamophobic parties in Europe.

"Iranian Spin On Purim: Persia Saved The Jews, Didn’t Want To Kill Them".  Comments, and the Book of Esther, agree.

"Postcard from the End of America: Ann Arbor".

More incompetent propaganda from the UN (see also):  "UN: Syria jets deliberately hit Damascus water supply".

Barry revisionism:  "Scholarly Double Standards And The American Presidency".  From mainstream news coverage you wouldn't know he falls in the bottom 20% of Presidents (I think his dragging his feet on some of the Wars For The Jews keeps him out of the bottom 10%).

"Why Saudi Arabia, China And Islamic State Are Courting The Maldives":
"Critics claim the Saudis have gone out of their way to silence opponents by greasing their palms. In one incident, journalists reporting on the potential deal were handed cash-filled envelopes during an event at the Saudi embassy in Male."
"How the Maker of TurboTax Fought Free, Simple Tax Filing".  When you send in your tax form the government just checks it against the information it already has, so it could just send you a bill.
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