Saturday, April 22, 2017

Because it's her turn

"How did al-Qaeda know in advance about the Syrian air strike?"  Syria to Russia to the United States, and thus directly to al Qaeda/White Helmets, probably through their CIA handlers.

"US defense secretary targets Syria with chemical weapons allegation".  Directly from Israel, a crime posing as a country with illegal massive quantities of both chemical weapons and nukes.  From 2014, certified by Ahmet Üzümcü, the head of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the same Turk who is now alleging a Syrian government Sarin attack:  "Last of Syria's chemical weapons shipped out".

"Russia Casts More Doubt on the West's Syria Chemical Attack Narrative".  "False Flag Attack: Ex-CIA Officer Unravels Idlib Chemical Incident".

"NATO’s Emerging Outsourced Eastern Flank" (Madsen).  The kind of buried thing that one day turns out to be very important.

As hilarious as it may be, this doesn't look good for Bannon:  "Rebekah Mercer" by Ted Cruz (!). Canadian shark Ted, with his excellent nose for the grift, smells blood money in the water, meaning the Mercer money that would have gone to Trump is up for grabs.

"Bannon Down, Pentagon Up, Neocons In?"  Adelson shekels forcing out Mercer dollars.

"The President Formerly Known as Hitler".  There are a lot of well-meaning Americans who will go to their early graves thinking they still have the luxury of lying about the real nature of the problem:  "and, no, I’m not referring to “the Jews,” I’m referring to the global capitalist establishment and the armies they employ to keep them in power".

"How a Handwritten Note Gave Erdogan an Uncheckable Election Win".  A laughable list of 'problems'.

It remains amazing that these lovable people have been unfairly subject to so much completely unwarranted hatred over the millennia:  "Far-Right Israeli Activists Hold BBQ To Taunt Hunger Striking Palestinians".

"Man charged with making threatening calls to Jewish centers".  Finally getting around to American charges involving the usual false-flag problem.

"Why voting for Trump was the right thing to do (7 reasons)".  One of the obvious things about Trump is that the ratio of hot air to actually doing something stupid is remarkably high.  It will be a big positive thing if he gets through two terms without actually doing anything.

Tweet (Shadi Hamid):
"Good God"
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