Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Netanyahu's face

"Watch Netanyahu's face while Trump says he never mentioned “Israel” to the Russians".  Watch the video (Vox hopes you'll take its lying word for it).  Bibi is not 'clearly horrified' - he is trying to keep from laughing.  The Khazars rightly find their control over Americans, and the way they can so easily make the President of the United States squirm, hilarious.

"Seth Rich Plot Thickens: "DC Insider" Speaks Of "Complete Panic" At Highest Levels Of DNC".  This probably is typical /pol/ nonsense, but the DNC should be worried.  "Kim Dotcom Goes All In: 'I Knew Seth Rich... I Was Involved'".

"Environmentalists Are Ignoring the Elephant In the Room: U.S. Military Is the World’s Largest Polluter".  And WWIII would finish us off just with its climate change effects.  But lets not notice as it doesn't fit the Khazar warmongering agenda.

Speaking of climate change, and its effects on health:  "WHO spends more on travel than some major health initiatives, internal documents show".

"“Democracy Now” Runs Interference for Imperialism in Syria".  "Peace Activists Confront Amy Goodman on Biased Syria Coverage".  Goodman should be commonly recognized for the monster she is.

From April, curiously under-reported:  "Rabbi Mendel Deitsch, 64, Dies of Wounds After Attack in Ukraine" and "Chabad rabbi brutally beaten in Ukraine dies of wounds".

"At CNN, Imagining an Absurd Iranian/ISIS Alliance".

"Harvard Study Reveals Huge Extent of Anti-Trump Media Bias".  "Journalists’ brains operate at below average due to excessive booze and caffeine: study".

Further evidence of the sad, sad decline of WhoWhatWhy, with none of the discrepancies being morally or legally relevant in the least:  "Exclusive: Weiner’s “Underage” Sexting Girl Lied To Damage Clinton".  "Where else do you see journalism of this quality and value?"  ANYWHERE ELSE!

"Turkey Summons US Ambassador To Protest Brawl In Which Erdogan's Bodyguards Beat Up Protesters".  The Turks seem to have learned PR from the Khazars!

"Willful Ignorance and the Legacy of the ‘Comfort Women’ (慰安婦) in Japan".  Supremacists never feel shame as their victims are not regarded as human beings.

"Macron: An American Trojan horse in the Elysee Palace" (Madsen).  "President Emmanuel Macron" (Petras).  "All Power to the Banks! The Winners-Take-All Regime of Emmanuel Macron" (Johnstone) - a little too easy on Le Pen.

"Bannon, Priebus Return To Washington As Trump Trip Continues".  Skipping Israel.

"Preparing for War on Hizbullah".  All the Iran Talk is really about stealing land in Lebanon.

"Trump’s Saudi visit wasn’t about Islam or Iran. It’s about America First." (Bhadrakumar).  Noting that the Americans did the bare polite minimum of Iran bashing.  Billions and billions and billions of dollars doesn't buy much these days.

"Here’s why Saudi Arabia and Israel are allies in all but name".

"Syria’s crematoriums echo the Holocaust — President Trump, bomb them now"!  "New Holocaust Claims Against Assad Are Based On Old, Debunked Propaganda".  Higginsesque peering at aerial photos of the tops of buildings from the internet and deriving elaborate conclusions is ridiculous on the face of it.

"Did China Hack The CIA In Massive Intelligence Breach From 2010 To 2012?"  More big news that will go largely unnoticed.

"Do High-Level Leaks Suggest a Conspiracy?" (Giraldi) (like a counterintelligence operation where you try to determine the identity of the moles based on access to information):
"Trump’s bombast puts everyone but his most tone-deaf supporters on edge, but there are two points that he has been making repeatedly that are essential to any understanding of what is going on. First, the investigation into Russia and the Trumpsters has been a high priority at FBI and also in Congress for nearly a year. Yet so far no one has produced evidence that anyone broke any law or even that someone did something wrong. Second, and more importantly, the vilification of Trump and Russia has been driven by a series of leaks that come from the very top of the national security apparatus, leaks that appear not to have been seriously investigated.

This involvement of FBI and CIA in the campaign, whether inadvertently or by design, was particularly evident in the various reports that surfaced and were leaked to the press during the campaign and right up to the inauguration. The leaks of that type of information, to include technical intelligence and Special Access Program “codeword” material, require top-level access as well as the ability to arrange clandestine contacts with major players in the media, something far beyond the reach of most employees at CIA or the FBI.

Similar leaks have been appearing since that time. I confess to finding Monday’s detailed account of what President Trump discussed with Russian Ambassador Sergey Lavrov, which included corroborating material that likely did more damage than the information that was actually shared, highly suggestive of the possibility that something like a conspiracy is, in fact, functioning. Given the really tight-security control of that transcript after it was determined that it contained sensitive information, one might reasonably assume that the leaks to the media came directly out of Donald Trump’s own National Security Council or from the highest levels of the office of the DNI, CIA, or FBI.

Yesterday, the anonymous sources struck again, revealing that “Michael Flynn and other advisers to Donald Trump’s campaign were in contact with Russian officials and others with Kremlin ties in at least 18 calls and emails during the last seven months of the 2016 presidential race.” That sort of information had to come from the top level of the FBI and would have been accessible to only a few, but even though the leaks of what constitutes highly-classified information have been recurring for many months, no one has been fired or arrested."

"The Gaping Holes of Russia-gate" (it is nothing short of amazing that the entire massive edifice of this 'scandal' rests on IC fronts as obviously hinky as CrowdStrike and the Atlantic Council):
"But what about the “Russian hacking,” the centerpiece of the accusations about Kremlin “interference” to help Trump? Surely, we know that happened. Or do we?

On March 31, 2017, WikiLeaks released original CIA documents — almost completely ignored by the mainstream media — showing that the agency had created a program allowing it to break into computers and servers and make it look like others did it by leaving telltale signs (like Cyrillic markings, for example). The capabilities shown in what WikiLeaks calls the “Vault 7” trove of CIA documents required the creation of hundreds of millions of lines of source code. At $25 per line of code, that amounts to about $2.5 billion for each 100 million code lines. But the Deep State has that kind of money and would probably consider the expenditure a good return on investment for “proving” the Russians hacked into Democratic Party emails.

In other words, it is altogether possible that the hacking attributed to Russia was actually one of several “active measures” undertaken by a cabal consisting of the CIA, FBI, NSA and Clapper — the same agencies responsible for the lame, evidence-free report of Jan. 6.

Comey displayed considerable discomfort on March 20, explaining to the House Intelligence Committee why the FBI did not insist on getting physical access to the Democratic National Committee’s computers in order to do its own proper forensics, but chose to rely on the examination done by the DNC’s private contractor, Crowdstrike. The firm itself has conflicts of interests in its links to the pro-NATO and anti-Russia think tank, the Atlantic Council, through Dmitri Alperovitch, who is an Atlantic Council senior fellow and the co-founder of Crowdstrike.

Given the stakes involved in the Russia-gate investigation – now including a possible impeachment battle over removing the President of the United States – wouldn’t it seem logical for the FBI to insist on its own forensics for this fundamental predicate of the case? Or could Comey’s hesitancy to demand access to the DNC’s computers be explained by a fear that FBI technicians not fully briefed on CIA/NSA/FBI Deep State programs might uncover a lot more than he wanted?"
"CIA's Windows XP to Windows 10 malware: WikiLeaks reveals Athena".
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