Saturday, May 20, 2017

By design / subtle move

"Someone Just Edited Seth Rich’s Reddit Posts".  Tasty, but needs more . . . Yinon.

"There Are No Rape Charges Against Julian Assange in Sweden. There Are Espionage Charges Against Julian Assange in the USA." (Murray).  "Sweden’s investigation into Julian Assange was a political frame-up from the outset".

People are noticing that Comey can't seem to keep the big obstruction of justice claim straight:  "Has James Comey Committed Perjury? by Publius Tacitus".  I'm hoping some Republican has Trump's back on this, and asks about the discrepancies.

"Trumped-up claims against Trump" (McGovern).

"The Kushner-Comey Connection" (my emphasis in red):
"When Trump fired Comey, he claimed that Comey had thrice told him “he” wasn’t under investigation. Even assuming Comey did, consider how Trump would understand that and how normal people would. To us, “he” would include just Trump. But to someone like Trump whose only real loyalty is to family, “he” would include his family. Including Kushner.
Trump may well think Flynn is a nice man that deserves his loyalty. More likely, though, Trump knows that Flynn could sink his son-in-law. I believe that’s why Trump had to fire Comey in an effort to undercut the Flynn investigation.
And Rod Rosenstein, the survivor, just picked a partner from the firm of Kushner and Ivanka’s lawyer Jamie Gorelick, Robert Mueller, to take over the investigation into Flynn.
Update: Sure enough, Reuters is reporting that Mueller, by design, may not be able to investigate Kushner or Paul Manafort.
Within hours of Mueller’s appointment on Wednesday, the White House began reviewing the Code of Federal Regulations, which restricts newly hired government lawyers from investigating their prior law firm’s clients for one year after their hiring, the sources said.
An executive order signed by Trump in January extended that period to two years.
Mueller’s former law firm, WilmerHale, represents Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, who met with a Russian bank executive in December, and the president’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort, who is a subject of a federal investigation.
Legal experts said the ethics rule can be waived by the Justice Department, which appointed Mueller. He did not represent Kushner or Manafort directly at his former law firm.
If the department did not grant a waiver, Mueller would be barred from investigating Kushner or Manafort, and this could greatly diminish the scope of the probe, experts said."

Wut?:  "Kushner called Lockheed CEO to get a better arms deal for Saudi Arabia".  MSAGA!

The revelations of the v-e-r-y close connections between Israel and ISIS are making some people nervous, hence:  "Intel Trump gave Russians came from Jordan, not Israel – report".  This re-storying would work better had Israel and its apologists not already freaked out about the irreparable damage to the 'special' intelligence relationship.

Sickening but useful presentation:  "Thousands of years of history wiped out by ISIS: Shocking new pictures show how the terror group has obliterated Syria's ancient treasures".  Amerika, these are your allies, the monsters you prop up for Yinon!

"Can an Accused Sexual Predator Defend Women in the Workplace?"  Ha!:
"“Somewhere along the way I went from being a hugger to being a posterchild for ‘rape culture.’ It was a very subtle move.”"
Funny, but I wouldn't have guessed Gosztola and Shadowproof would end up on rape-y side of this issue!

"The Off Ramps Never Used".  Corbyn is a shockingly wonderful candidate with shockingly good-across-the-board policies, and a wonderful, good human being who has devoted his entire life to consistent hard work for the people, and not voting for him is literally insane for 99% of the population (not to mention falling under the Khazar-Bliar-Conservative conspiracy to remove the man from British politics):
"Corbyn has been right in his life about almost everything: he was against every bad war, he was against cutting welfare, he was against privatizations, he was against bad trade deals and bailouts and so on.

More than this, he acted on that: he voted against them, spoke against, marched against them. He has not taken bribes, he has not charged the taxpayer for fancy hotels or booze. He is a man of integrity who can reasonably be expected to do what he says.

Like all men of integrity that means he won’t always tell you want to hear, but that’s the price you pay if you want an actual honest person in charge.

So, of course, Brits are going to elect May, a truly horrid woman complicit in taking away wheelchairs from the poor, and a thousand other things you can read about if you have the curiosity of a turnip and access to a search engine."
Americans were screwed out of Bernie - who isn't a tenth the man that Corbyn is but still clearly superior to anybody else on offer - by backroom DNC machinations and crimes, and the French were screwed into Macron by deft manipulation of the system (and the egos of a divided left), but the Brits have no excuse if they commit national suicide.  This is a complete no-brainer.

Some nut from years ago on the internets:  "The ontology of Osama bin Laden".

Real Old School (from here).  A short while in, you start to see a very early reference to the ongoing Israeli project of stealing American technology (and note that the Zionists posed as communists, the Hasbara method of the time).  Later on, a reference to the requisite Parson's sex magick stuff (expressly referring to Crowley).
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