Friday, June 30, 2017

White elephant sitting ducks

"Who Shall Debunk The Debunkers?"  Note that the answer is more of the same credentialism that got us into the problem in the first place!  "Facebook’s Secret Censorship Rules Protect White Men from Hate Speech But Not Black Children".

"70,000 Tonnes of Hubris" (Murray).  I'd like the imperialists to build more and more and more of them, as they will just accelerate their inevitable, and highly desirable, decline.  In fact, the only current purpose for these white elephants is to serve as sitting ducks for sinking, providing an excellent casus belli for the warmongers.  Building hugely expensive things for the sole purpose of getting into wars sounds imprudent, but just what you would expect from an empire in rapid decline.

"Using plausible deniability against a systematically lying adversary" (The Saker).  Putin has cards to play.

Putin and Trump may, possibly, 'cross paths'.  'Deliverables'.  Yikes!, even a pre-meeting:  "Kissinger calls Putin-Trump meeting a chance to mend ties".

"Russia-gate Is No Watergate or Iran-Contra" (Parry).  Parry seems to have accepted the new Nixon 'evidence' which ironically/circularly seems to have been just 'discovered' - it was released to the public in 2007! - for the express purpose of providing the NYT an analogy weapon against Trump.  See “A Wilderness of Mirrors“ by James Bowman:
"Way back at the beginning of the year, when we were still living in the golden age of Good King Barack and had not yet descended into the hell-hole that America has become under his much-despised successor, The New York Times ran a curious piece by Peter Baker claiming that, after almost half a century, long-dead former President Richard M. Nixon had finally been rumbled. There it was, in black and white: the long-desired, long-anticipated Smoking Gun (to mix our metaphors) proving that the long-rumored October Surprise of the 1968 election by which Nixon had supposedly attempted to sabotage the Paris Peace talks with North Vietnam and the Viet Cong in order to boost his own presidential campaign had now been proven to be factual. So said Mr Baker anyway, doubtless in the spirit of the “truth” which the Times has lately been claiming as its exclusive property.

And what did Mr Baker and the Times suppose this fuliginous firearm to be? Why, the word “monkey wrench,” used as a transitive verb, though with only the pronoun “it” as its object. Pay close attention now. The tell-tale verb appeared in handwritten notes taken by Nixon aide H.R. Haldeman, who was to become his chief of staff in the White House and one of the chief fall-guys of Watergate, of a telephone conversation he had with candidate Nixon about then-President Johnson’s bombing halt in Vietnam. Forgive me for all this ancient history, but I’ll soon come to the point. Nixon, not implausibly, saw Johnson’s stopping of the air campaign as a gimmick — an October Surprise of his own, if you will — to boost the campaign of his, Johnson’s, vice-president, Hubert Humphrey, Nixon’s electoral rival that autumn.

Well, that’s politics, you might think. Not when it came to Nixon it wasn’t. In its context, the note and its reference to “monkey wrenching” appear to me to refer to the bombing halt, which Nixon was instructing his trusted aide to do whatever he could to expose and discredit, since it would have signaled to the enemy America’s willingness to give up the fight. But a reference in the same memorandum to Anna Chennault, who was Nixon’s back-door access to South Vietnamese President Thieu (hang on, I’m getting there; just give me another minute or two) could be interpreted as naming her as the monkey wrencher, and the act of monkey wrenching as the exertion of her influence on Thieu to resist any pressure from Johnson to come to terms with the enemy in time to give him (and, vicariously, Vice-President Humphrey) a diplomatic triumph before the election.

Phew! Never mind the irrelevance of all this convoluted reasoning to the fact that there was never the slightest prospect of a sudden peace agreement when they were still arguing over the shape of the conference table. In fact, negotiations dragged on throughout Nixon’s first four-year term. Nor did Thieu need any pressure from Anna Chennault (or anybody else) to resist what he and Nixon both would have seen as a de facto surrender to the communist enemy.

And yet, to Mr Baker and John A. Farrell, the Nixon biographer who discovered the Haldeman memo, here was proof positive that Nixon was guilty of what Johnson was said privately to have described as “treason.”"
The point being that there was no plausible chance of any kind of deal before the election, therefore nothing for Nixon to fear, and thus no reason to believe 'it' referred to the negotiations (and thus no missing file on Nixon treason).  It makes much more sense that 'it' refers to the bombing halt (that is in the underlined title to this section of the notes), which Nixon un-treasonously wanted to stop, as he would have seen this as unnecessary pandering to the commie enemies of the USA (the notes then say 'anything RN can do', with Nixon unable to do anything about the negotiations, but in a position to make phone calls around Washington - to congressmen, generals, and even Johnson - to change the bombing halt, providing further evidence that 'it' refers to the bombing halt).  The evidence is that Nixon was surprised by the Watergate break-in.  Rewriting Nixon history just to get a partisan shot at Trump, is ridiculous [Parry gives the game away when he admits "For reasons that remain unclear, it appears that the Brookings break-in never took place (nor did the fire-bombing) . . . ", though the general gist of the distinctions he is making is sound].

"Watergate And The Downing Of Nixon, Part 3".  Much smarter line of analysis.  The Nixon-Trump parallel would be that they both had sleazy subordinates which set them up to be victims of an IC attack (and Dean looks like a CIA plant).

"NYT Finally Retracts Russia-gate Canard" (Parry).  The entire thing seems to have been cobbled together by Brennan, who then got some of his IC friends to sort of sign off on it.

"Gaius Publius: An Investigation in Search of a Crime".  It is coming down to one or two people in the Trump entourage failing to file all the paperwork to register as 'foreign agents'.

"Israel plans to install Dahlan instead of Abbas".  "Is Abbas' arch-rival the answer to Gaza's problems?"  Dahlan has been the big Zionist answer for a long time, only hindered by his remarkable levels of corruption and the universal hatred for him amongst the people he is supposed to manage for the Jews.

"US Jewish leaders decry Israel's 'delegitimization' of non-Orthodox Jews".  Once you've determined that your supremacist group is better than everybody else, it is only natural to start ranking within the group.

"Stop Totalitarianism in Venezuela".  Sorositis.  "Don’t Cry For Me Venezuela".  Maduro is no Hugo Chavez - who is? - but give him full credit for keeping his nerve in the face of a massive attack by Pure Evil.

A comment by Nathan at Naked Capitalism on the possible wrongdoings of Bernie's wife.  I wonder if this goes away if Bernie agrees to retire before 2020.

"What I Learned as a Snowflake" (van Buren).  'Red hats'.

"Intersectional Jewing".

"White House Encouraged After Elephants Abstain From Climbing Trees".  "Harper: Mattis Walks Back From Syria CW Claims".  The only way to explain the disjoint is internal battles in Washington between treasonous Khazar Yinon-promoting forces, and American patriots, and all evidence points to the fact the patriots are currently winning.  Trump's instincts are isolationist and, despite all the waves of bluster, the facts on the ground tend to provide evidence for isolationism.  Pay attention to what happens, not what he says, and pay very little attention to what his minions, like the embarrassing Haley, say.

"Trump allies push White House to consider regime change in Tehran".  If you read down you'll see that a Khazar outfit is behind all this:
"FDD’s chief funders have been drawn almost entirely from American Jews who have a long history of funding pro-Israel organizations. They include Bernard Marcus, the co-founder of Home Depot, whiskey heirs Samuel and Edgar Bronfman, gambling mogul Sheldon Adelson, heiress Lynn Schusterman, Wall Street speculators Michael Steinhardt and Paul Singer, and Leonard Abramson, founder of U.S. Healthcare. As Eli Clifton has documented, from 2008 to 2011, the largest contributors were Abramson, Marcus, Adelson, and Singer, and businessman Newton Becker."
"More Reasons Have Emerged To Doubt The Official Narrative About Syria" (Johnstone, who has muscled her way into being an important writer).


"Repeated safety lapses hobble Los Alamos National Laboratory’s work on the cores of U.S. nuclear warheads".  Photo op.  Useful reminder to keep your plutonium collection well separated.

"The Oxford English Dictionary Just Added 'Woke.' It's Older Than You Might Think".  But a little off (see here):
"bug chaser (noun): a person who studies or collects insects or other bugs; an entomologist. Often somewhat depreciative."

Thursday, June 29, 2017

You might ask

Fun!:  "Is Russiagate Really Hillarygate?":
"The most under covered story of Russia Gate is the interconnection between the Clinton campaign, an unregistered foreign agent of Russia headquartered in DC (Fusion GPS), and the Christopher Steele Orbis dossier. This connection has raised the question of whether Kremlin prepared the dossier as part of a disinformation campaign to sow chaos in the US political system. If ordered and paid for by Hillary Clinton associates, Russia Gate is turned on its head as collusion between Clinton operatives (not Trump’s) and Russian intelligence. Russia Gate becomes Hillary Gate."
I like this as I like mischievous thinking, but it makes no sense whatsoever. Killary was still guaranteed to win, so why would the Russians go to all this trouble? How would they know that the Clintonistas would be so vile as to run with this ridiculous story? What is the Russian motive for fucking with American politics like this, particularly in a way which could have repercussions against Russian interests?  I would, however, like to know why Comey refused to answer questions about Fusion GPS and the Steele dossier.

I think people have forgotten just how much the experts universally concluded a Killary win was a sure thing.  She reached the point where she was insulted that it was not a 100% certainty.  "Why aren't I 50 points ahead, you might ask?"  "The basket of deplorables" - note the crowd reaction - comment was an attempt to explain why her chances weren't at 100%.  Even as the results were being released on the night of the election, the most expert of the experts were stating her percentage chances of a win were in the high 90s!

The dossier is weird as it was commissioned by Jeb! for the Republican nomination, and paid for by Republican donors, at a time when it might have been useful for Jeb! in his fight with Trump, and then, in the strange bipartisanship of anti-Trumpism, handed off by Jeb! to the Clintonistas, and funded by a Democrat 'donor' - I assume that is code for Soros, but it could be any one of a number of Khazars, or even Haim - whose name must never be said out loud, and unused as everybody assumed it wasn't needed.

"„We got a fuckin‘ problem“".  I have to say this sounds fake, as each party is a little too woke to be credible.  It sounds like a discussion on a conspiracy blog!

"Two weeks after London’s Grenfell Tower inferno, real death toll still concealed by Tory government".  People wondered at the time where everybody disappeared to.  Ha!:
"While a paltry £5 million has been allocated to the survivors of the fire, all those who have lost loved ones and their homes in the inferno received a kick in the teeth this week with the news that the queen is to receive an extra £6 million in public funds. The equivalent of an 8 percent pay increase, the queen’s annual income from the Sovereign Grant in 2018/19 rises to £82.2 million.
The amount handed over by tax payers through the Grant has nearly trebled from £31 million to £82 million in just the last six years."
To be fair, the rate of inflation on ermines and scepters and crowns is extremely high.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Buffoonery and recklessness

"Elsa".  They can see where you've gone.

"Petya ransomware variant attacks computers worldwide".  Well, at least somebody's getting some value out of the insecurely stored NSA malware.

"Trump Blasts Obama On Russia: "He Didn't 'Choke'...He Expected Clinton To Win So He Colluded Or Obstructed"".  Trump nails it.  Nobody assumed Trump had a chance (this is the yuge all-pervasive fact in recent American politics), so the Brennan lies weren't needed as anti-Trump propaganda.  I assume Barry knew they were lies, and thus releasing the lies might have helped Trump who could have turned Brennan's operation around by stating that the crooked IC was working for Killary.

"CNN Journalists Resign: Latest Example of Media Recklessness on the Russia Threat" (Greenwald).  Fine summary marred by the curious omission of what some spooked-up media outlet/IC honeypot did to the reality of a winner.  'Recklessness'.  The comments don't miss the issue.

"CNN Exposed In Undercover Sting - Producer Admits Russia Story Fake News Pushed For Ratings".  "President Trump Bashes CNN as Video Surfaces of Producer Criticizing Russia Coverage".  "John Bonifield: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know".  When O'Keefe wins the Pulitzer the universe will immediately explode.

"Bellingcat Buffoonery on Khan Sheikyoun by Publius Tacitus".  This is what you get if somebody is paid by the word for a particular answer, and if anything that somebody posts will be accepted without question by the mainstream media.

They flew the latest Assad chemical weapon attack lie up the flagpole, and everybody laughed, so will the Khazars order for it to proceed anyway?

Very important, and part of a pattern:  "Israeli victory in ’67 was manufactured in western Europe, not by ‘Jewish geniuses’ — Guy Laron at Wilson Center".  It appears the French angle was that they wanted the Israelis to test the plan to be used against the Soviets.

Dinh is shockingly woke:  "Die Lügenpresse und der Lauschangriff im Mutterland".  'Voided'.

"How Israel Manages Its Message" (Giraldi) and its comments, on hasbara.

Intersectionality, dykes and mass murdering land thieves:  "Anti-Semitism Again Rises In LGBTQ Chicago" and "Chicago Dyke March accuser A Wider Bridge has record of fabrications"!  We anxiously await the rainbow flag with a swastika.

"After US-Backed Bombing Sparks Famine in Yemen, WaPo Editor Insists ‘US Not the Problem’".

Employing more torturers than Arab speakers

"Crackpot Criminality From Abu Through Zubaydah" (Swanson) (I'm snipping most of this, as it is an amazing summary; my emphasis in red):
"Maher Abu Zubayda and Zain Abidin Mohammed Husain aka Abu Zubaydah are two completely different people. They and many other people use the name Abu Zubayda, with various spellings in English transliterations from Arabic. The Zubaydah family was evicted from a Palestinian village during the Nakba. The CIA, employing more torturers than Arab speakers, confused the two Zubaydahs. When the basic facts that the CIA had about the life of the man it imprisoned and tortured turned out to all be wrong, the CIA paid no attention.

Maher Abu Zubayda worked with al Qaeda in the 1990s with an address in San Jose, Calif., three blocks from al Qaeda spy Ali Mohammed who later pled guilty to a role in bombing U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Mohammed had “served” in the Egyptian and U.S. armies. When the U.S. Army had learned in 1987 that Mohammed was a Muslim extremist, it had removed him from “Special Forces” but kept him in the Army. In 1988 Mohammed used a leave from the U.S. Army to go to Afghanistan to fight Soviets, rejoining the U.S. Army afterwards.

Maher Abu Zubayda later lived in Montana, studying explosives and a major dam, the Fort Peck Dam. The day before the attacks of September 11, 2001, an explosion occurred on his ranch, and he fled. On September 19, 2001, he was arrested. Clueless, the CIA built a major operation to try to locate the other Abu Zubaydah in Pakistan. On March 28, 2002, the day after that other Abu Zubaydah was seized in Pakistan, this one was convicted of unlawful possession of a firearm and of immigration violations. Six months later he was deported. Ten years after that, in 2012, a man in Jordan named Mahmoud wrote to the defense team of the Abu Zubaydah by then in Guantanamo to say that an Abu Zubayda had been in a prison in Jordan in 2005. It could not have been the same man who was in Guantanamo, as he had been grabbed by the CIA in 2002 and in 2005 had been undergoing torture by the CIA in Poland. The defense team soon heard that Mahmoud had been killed by a U.S. drone.

In the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s the CIA funded Muslim extremists in Afghanistan, including the Islamic Union for the Liberation of Afghanistan, led by Abdul Rasul Sayyaf, along with six other major alliances, with the funding passed along to many smaller groups including Osama bin Laden’s Al Qaeda. Presidents Reagan, Bush the First, and Clinton referred to these groups as “freedom fighters” and “heroes.”

Zain Abidin Mohammed Husain aka Abu Zubaydah, the man kidnapped, tortured, and still imprisoned to this day in Guantanamo, joined Sayyaf’s Islamic Union, not Al Qaeda. But Sayyaf, with U.S. funding since 1973 helped to create Al Qaeda. Sayyaf met with President Reagan and received abundant U.S. funding for years, to fight the Soviets in Afghanistan, and then to train fighters in Pakistan to overthrow Gaddafi in Libya. After September 11, 2001, the U.S. labeled Sayyaf’s “Libyan Islamic Fighting Group” a terrorist organization, but the CIA went right on funding it until Gaddafi was murdered 10 years later.

In October 2000, the Able Danger operation set up by the U.S. Special Operations Command and the Defense Intelligence Agency suspected three people in the United States of planning an attack, all three members of Al Qaeda, all three having trained in Sayyaf’s camps. The Department of so-called Defense paid no attention, and the DIA destroyed almost all of the information collected by Able Danger. Sayyaf reportedly learned of the September 11, 2001, attack plans in February 2001. Immediately after those attacks, the U.S. sent him tens of millions of dollars with which to fight the Taliban, assigned him to help write a Constitution for a new Afghanistan, and got him appointed to the Afghan parliament, where he remains today with the intractable incumbency of a U.S. Congress member.

It was in 1991 that the Abu Zubaydah with the unlucky name joined the Islamic Union. In 1993 the CIA funded a group of fighters he commanded in Tajikistan. Also at this time he asked to join Al Qaeda and was rejected on the grounds that he’d had a head injury.

The CIA’s language skills failed to distinguish between two Abu Zubaydahs. The CIA also failed to properly identify training camps as belonging to the Islamic Union or Al Qaeda. In addition, it failed to distinguish between a house called The House of Martyrs and one called Martyr’s House, even though one of these houses was in Afghanistan and run by Al Qaeda, while the other was in Pakistan and run by Abu Zubaydah of the Unlucky Name.

After the attacks of September 11, 2001, Abu Zubaydah headed off to Afghanistan to fight against a U.S. invasion. He claims not to have managed to actually fight the U.S. there. The United States, without evidence, claims he did. He openly says he intended to. He then caught wind of the fact that the U.S. was conducting a major search for him. He professed bewilderment, as he was neither Taliban not Al Qaeda, much less a top Al Qaeda leader as the U.S. claimed.

That the CIA was hunting for the wrong man, while the Abu Zubayda with ties to Al Qaeda was sitting in jail in Montana, is not somehow by the transitive properties of childish thinking, a statement that this Abu Zubaydah was a pacifist or a saint. He fought against a Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and a U.S. invasion of Afghanistan. We pacifists find fault with both of those actions, while the U.S. government praises one and condemns the other beyond any possibility of redemption.

It is also possible that in 1999 this Abu Zubaydah helped to some extent with failed attacks in Jordan and the United States, referred to as “the millennium bomb plot,” which Hickman and Kiriakou blame on Hamas and Hezbollah, not Al Qaeda, citing Saudi funding funneled through the SAAR Foundation in Herndon, Virginia, run by Alamoudi, a man who publicly supported Hamas and Hezbollah while also being made a guest at the White House on several occasions before and after September 11, 2001, in addition to being a “supporter” of George W. Bush’s election campaign.

But it was not for that or any other possible offense that the CIA in February 2002 mounted a mammoth effort to raid fourteen locations in Pakistan simultaneously in hopes of capturing the wrong man. U.S. tax dollars invested in this ludicrous operation far more generously than in your children’s schools. A man identified as Abu Zubaydah was nearly killed, just barely kept alive by top U.S. doctors jetted in for that purpose, and subsequently nearly killed through extensive torture over a period of years.

The questioning of this Abu Zubaydah did not begin immediately, however, because the CIA’s “Counterterrorism” Center did not believe the right man had been seized. Once questioning did begin, “many in the CIA,” according to Hickman and Kiriakou, wondered whether they had the right person. Such doubts were not allowed to stand in the way of a good opportunity for sadistic human experimentation.

Abu Zubaydah was off on a years-long torture tour of the globe. Thus began the familiar story of the FBI’s Ali Soufan eliciting information through humane questioning, the CIA learning nothing through its brutality, and the CIA lying about those facts. The torture, always illegal, began before President George W. Bush “authorized” it. Zubaydah was treated to the full menu of “approved” (and some unapproved) torture techniques: stripped naked, shackled, hooded, slammed against concrete, confined in a small box, threatened with death, waterboarded, deprived of sleep, etc.

Only on September 6, 2006, did Abu Zubaydah arrive at Guantanamo, where the CIA torture and human experimentation continued with the use of mefloquine, extended solitary confinement, and other brutality.

Did anyone on this little planet of ours know that the Central “Intelligence” Agency had kidnapped the wrong victim? It seems likely. It also seems that such knowledge became a fatal condition. Mahmoud was reportedly killed by a drone. The man whom Abu Zubaydah called his best friend in his diary, Ibn al-Shaykh Al Libi was tortured into false statements used by President Bush Junior to justify attacking Iraq. Al Libi died in a Libyan prison cell. A few weeks later, a man kidnapped along with Abu Zubaydah, a man named Ali Abdullah Ahmed, died in a Guantanamo cell. Fifteen other men were “captured” at the same time. All are dead. Khalil Al-Deek, an associate of Abu Zubaydah, was killed — we know not how — in April 2005.

Two corpses in the pile surrounding the story of Abu Zubaydah of the Unlucky Name were Saudi princes, and one was a Pakistani air marshal. One of the CIA’s brilliant strategies for “interrogating” Abu Zubaydah was to dress up as and pretend to be Saudis. Instead of getting scared by this ploy, Abu Zubaydah appeared greatly relieved. He told the phony Saudis to call three Saudi officials. He provided their phone numbers. One of the three was Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, a nephew of the Saudi king who spent most of his time in the United States and owned the 2002 Kentucky Derby winner. A second was Chief Prince Turki Al-Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz who had in 1991 arranged for Al Qaeda training to take place in Sayyaf’s camps. The third was the Pakistani air marshal Mushaf Ali Mir. All three shortly died (“heart attack” at 43, car crash, and clear weather airplane crash).

What can we learn from all of this? Probably not the new liberal conceit that anything the CIA tells us about Russia is the gospel truth derived from super serious professionalism and about which requesting evidence constitutes a treasonous act."

There appear to have been quite the list of CIA murders just to cover up CIA incompetence!  Kiriakou was treated terribly, but it is a little difficult to feel sorry for anybody involved in this mess.

I note another Able Danger name is none other than Mohamed Atta, and critiques of this very inconvenient fact - it separates Atta from the Munich 'terror cell', the mythology on which rests the massive cycle of Wars For The Jews the cost of which has thirdworldized the United States - are circular, i.e., it couldn't be the terrorist Atta because of a contradiction with what we 'know' about him.  It also appears Curt Weldon, who wouldn't shut up about Able Danger, was punished for it by a series of corruption investigations and the loss of his 10-term seat.  Shaffer's change in story appears to be based on pressure placed on him.

Ali Mohamed.  From Ali H. Soufan with Daniel Freedman, The Black Banners (2011; unclear when the visit was, and there appears to be no information on what happened to him):
"Ali Mohamed was arrested in September 1998 when he tried to flee to Egypt after being subpoenaed for his connection to the bombings. He pled guilty in May 1999 but was never sentenced. To date he is awaiting sentencing and is being held in a secure location. Pat Fitzgerald had long been pressing for Mohamed to be tried and convicted, and when I went with Pat to debrief him in jail, the former double agent seemed shaken."

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Almost disturbing as

"Hersh’s New Syria Revelations Buried From View" (Cook):
"Hersh’s new investigation was paid for by the London Review of Books, which declined to publish it. This is almost disturbing as the events in question.

What is emerging is a media blackout so strong that even the London Review of Books is running scared. Instead, Hersh’s story appeared yesterday in a German publication, Welt am Sonntag. Welt is an award-winning newspaper, no less serious than the New Yorker or the LRB. But significantly Hersh is being forced to publish ever further from the centres of power whose misinformation his investigations are challenging."

"NYT’s New ‘Reader Center’ Already Proving a Step Backward in Accountability".

"Three CNN Employees Resign Over Retracted Story on Russia Ties".  Outrageous partisan single-source anonymous allegations are clearly not a problem for the mainstream Clintonista media, so there must be something else going on.  The scorched-earth response of CNN is suspicious and leads me to believe that the story was  essentially true, and either:

  1. the Clintonistas accidentally revealed some shenanigans of a 'donor'; or
  2. the reporting was subverted by a Trump dirty trick, intended to force premature publication in order to permanently ruin the story for any subsequent Clintonista attack on Trump in this matter.

"Sanity Emerging in Europe over Syria?"  Curious anomalous head fakes from time to time, in this case from a minor Rothschild functionary.

I suspect the shuttering of Al Jazeera will be the real price Qatar has to pay to calm Salman.  Al Jazeera keeps reminding us that it is basically a terrorism-supporting news outlet, so its loss is not all bad  "Why Macron is wrong about Assad".

"Assad may be preparing a chemical attack, says US".  Yinon not quite dead yet.  Maybe an attack along the Golan border, so the khumanitarian Israelis can rush in to 'save' everybody, and then fail to leave?

"Sold for $60: Yazidi children describe cruel life as IS slaves".  America's greatest ally.

August 2016:  "Donald Trump: I meant that Obama founded ISIS, literally".  A Google search reveals Foxnews had a story called "ISIS leader Al Baghdadi could have been killed by Team Obama before the terror group took off", which naturally appears to have been pulled.

"The mainstream media is bending over backwards to prove that al-Baghdadi is still alive and has been hiding in the desert between Raqqa and Mosul with only two of his bodyguards in a pickup truck."  The greatest American military commander since Ulysses S. Grant is dead, and the Americans, having spent years pretending to try to kill him, weren't the ones who finished the job, so it no wonder they are upset and trying to hide what happened.

"Syrian dogfight reveals F-35 stealth fighter may be toothless tiger".  "China’s claim it has ‘quantum’ radar may leave $17 billion F-35 naked".  I just can't shake the idea that the Australians don't want to be forced to buy this pos.  Things like new Russian missile defense/signal jamming, tanks and planes on the one hand, and the odd pattern of Americans building (extremely expensive) stuff based on outmoded technology and obsolete concepts (aircraft carriers, F-35, those crazy unusable destroyers) on the other.  In a weird way, it is as if American strategists wanted to create tangible symbols of American imperial decline.

"House of Saudi Cards: The Inside Story" (Escobar):
"Before the Riyadh coup, an insistent narrative had been pervading selected Middle East geopolitical circles according to which US intel, “indirectly”, stopped another coup against the young Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim al-Thani, orchestrated by Mohammad bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, with help from Blackwater/Academi's Eric Prince’s army of mercenaries in the UAE. Zayed, crucially, happens to be MBS’s mentor. 
Our source clarifies, “the events are connected. Prince is CIA, but he probably stopped any coup attempt on Qatar. The CIA blocked the coup in Qatar and the Saudis reacted by dumping the CIA selected Mohammed bin Nayef, who was to be the next King. The Saudis are scared. The monarchy is in trouble as the CIA can move the army in Saudi Arabia against the king. This was a defensive move by MBS.”  

The source adds, “MBS is failing everywhere. Yemen, Syria, Qatar, Iraq, etc. are all failures of MBS. China is also displeased with MBS as he has been stirring up trouble in Xinjiang. Russia cannot be happy that MBS was and is behind the lower oil price. Who are his allies?  He has only one and that is his father, who is hardly competent.” King Salman is virtually incapacitated by dementia."

"Lawyer who says Palestinians don’t exist sues San Francisco university":  "The goal is to make the enemy pay".  One of the most notable Khazar attributes is that their supremacism leads them to have a massive chip on their shoulder which causes them to feel their obvious superiority has been insufficiently acknowledged, resulting in actions which actually hurt their position.  Lawfare keeps backfiring, but they just can't help themselves.

Canadian Liberal/liberal virtue-signalling caused a name change to a building:  "Sir Hector-Louis Langevin, “Architect” of Residential Schools?".  Note how much cheaper this is - change a few signs - than fixing poverty or lack of clean drinking water.  I hope people are starting to realize that the liberal identity politics gestures are not in aid of progress, but in lieu of progress.  It's circuses or bread.

"Sniping, Combat and Civilian Control of the Military".  The Canadian military's gloating about the sniper murder record - something I would have thought you'd be ashamed of - caused them to reveal the secret, civilian oversight-less, murder program, not the institution building we are supposed to believe is going on.  Of course, Afghanistan descends into more and more of a hellhole with each passing year, despite all this 'help'.

"The Atlantic Meets in a Synagogue to Discuss How to Destroy the Alt-Right":
"It’s like they’re not even trying to appear as anything other than a Julius Streicher caricature at this point."

Monday, June 26, 2017


"Russia Hacking Allegations Driven By a Serial Liar".  The latest spin of the Clintonista story, the one involving Barry's supposed tribulations about what to do, what to do, with all this information - leading to the obvious question of why keeping silent ended up being the answer - was all driven by Brennan.  The further they go in trying to find some nuance that will resonate with Americans, the more they reveal their hand.

"CNN Executive Editor Demands To Review All Future Russia-Related Stories..."No Exceptions"".

"Sketchy firm behind Trump dossier is stalling investigators".  The deep mystery of which 'donor' funded the nonsense.

"Assange Outlines The Six Reasons "Why The Democratic Party Is Doomed"".  As long as the 'donor' model is intact, who cares about ever winning anything again.  Shekels are the only winning they need.

"Locked Into Al-Tanf U.S. Military Concedes It Lost The Race To Occupy South-East Syria".  I wouldn't call it a loss - the American patriots in the Pentagon won out over the treasonous neocons.  That is the only plausible explanation for the bizarre American stalling.

"Fighting intensifies in Syrian Golan Heights".  Khonquest khontinues.  In its way, this is a good sign, indicating that the habitual thieves have resigned themselves to a post-Yinon Syria where their khleptomania has to be satisfied with another small piece.

"June Notes Week Four" (West).

"Nick Turse: The Special Ops Fallacy – Throwing Elite Resources at “Winless Wars”".  Ah, the great mystery of all the losing, part of the greater mystery of why American now always lose.

"Why The Transformers Movies Are Really Stories Of Jewish Resilience and Adaptability".  #3:
"Public showings of this movie, all 148 intolerable minutes of it, should be referred to as bludgeonings . . ."

Heavy virtue signalling using identity politics covers up a multitude of sins: "Justin Trudeau’s Liberals: Objectively pro-fascist?".  Also, pipelines.

Sunday, June 25, 2017


"Trump‘s Red Line" (Hersh)!  As good as you might expect, but it bears the signs of American IC spin, making the IC look better than it should (and putting all the blame on Trump, consistent with IC attitudes towards him).  That isn't a bad thing, as it betrays an awareness that the whole Khan Sheikhoun conspiracy was a big American IC fuckup.  Added, for comic relief (Higgins must get paid extra for such a rush job!):  "Will Get Fooled Again – Seymour Hersh, Welt, and the Khan Sheikhoun Chemical Attack".

"Angry Dems Turn On Obama, Pelosi, Schumer: "Talk Less About Russia"".  It should be completely clear by now that they intend to go down with the ship (of 'donors').  Whining about Russia provides an excuse for the Killary loss (keeping Clinton 'viable' for 2020), prevents the entrenched apparatchiks from being removed, preserves the lovely, shekel-y 'donor' model, and takes up all the rhetorical space that might have to be used to preserve health care and any other mildly progressive possibilities.  What's not to like?

"Our Grand American Delusion by Publius Tacitus".

"CNN Deletes 'Fake News' Story About Russian Investment Ties To Trump".  This kind of thing, if it existed (and it may), would be the Holy Grail, but making up shit doesn't help.

"Policing ‘Truth’ to Restore ‘Trust’" (Parry).  To be read with "The Blathering Superego at the End of History".  The idea is that politics should consist of a credentialed priesthood who deliver the tablets containing the empirical facts of what must be done to the lowly populace.  It is immoral/blasphemous for any deplorable to resist.  There is a very strong element of religious mysticism in this.

"Democrats in the Dead Zone" (St. Clair).  Inauthenticity.  The Dems doubled down on every single one of their standard mistakes in an almost robotic way.

"18 Israeli Fighter Jets Landed in Saudi Arabia to Prevent Coup".  Sounds very fake, but if there is some Jew/Crypto-Jew conspiracy going on - and there are signs - this is the kind of thing that a nervous Salman might request.  It would also explain why the other royals have accepted this massive shift in power, and makes it, yes, a Khoup d'etat.

"Tensions Mount as the New Saudi Prince Takes Charge" (Margolis).  "Crises over Qatar Reaches New Levels: Assessing Implications".  You could choose to see Salman's foolishness as a very, very good thing, forcing the Turks to choose sides, putting the whole dispute over the Muslim Brotherhood on the table, and, as with all the other 'strategic' moves of the Khazars, strengthening Iran.

Salman has too much credibility invested in the slaughter of Yemen for it to be over before Salman is over.  He made the most basic mistake of statesmanship - starting a war with no defined outcome that could be declared a win followed by the end of the war.  The Americans make the same mistake in fighting Wars For The Jews - because there is no American national interest in fighting these wars, they never end, as no politician can plausibly declare that an American national interest has been met and the war can be concluded.  Witness the laughter over Bush's 'Mission Accomplished', and the current situation in Afghanistan.

"Israel's Fire Support For Its Al-Qaeda Mercenaries Started Three Years Ago".  The one thing about kleptomaniacs - or rather, Khleptomaniacs - is that you can be ready for them.  Surveillance, security guards, ink tags on the merch, S-300s, you know.  "State Fair’s ‘Swindler’ Sandwich Renamed After Being Called Anti-Semitic".

"GRENFELL TOWER: Boris Johnson Gives Millions to Fake White Helmets in Syria, Makes Savage Cuts to London Fire Service".  "VICTORIOUS SYRIA: The Axis of Resistance Confounds the Forces of Empire" (both Beeley).

"Twelfth of July Orange walk to be televised live on BBC One in Northern Ireland".  The spoils of holding the balance of power.  What could possibly go wrong?

"Athens versus Jerusalem":
"Inside of 70 years, Jerusalemites, with feverish dedication have successfully installed their peculiar brand of anarchy through the aggressive spread of divisive Identitarian Politics, tyrannical Political Correctness, ruinous Predatory Economics, vampirical Controlled Opposition, as well as a most lethal form of warmongering Jewish Power – all simultaneously and insidiously injected into Western societies.  Jerusalem has evidently delivered us nothing but endless warfare overseas and palpable instability and dystopia in our Western societies.  It has brought us a non-humanistic world.  It has given us a lowering of citizen morale and an increase in barbaric immorality where might over right is normalized.  Jerusalem has steeped us in an absurd environment where decadent perversions are permitted, but freedom of speech is curtailed.  A world where freedom of thought is punished instead of promoted."

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Mind the gap

"Commentary: How Trump can show he’s tough on anti-Semitism".  "Reuter’s (finally) realize there are Nazis in Ukraine".  So a Jew working for the Rothschild house organ tries to Jewshame Trump into taking a hard line against the neo-Nazis installed by Khazar Nudelman-Kagan working for BigJew as part of the anti-Putin campaign to block Putin's actions against Zionist colonialism?  Surely we live in interesting times!

"The Latest Escalation in Syria – What Is Really Going On?" (The Saker):
"The dynamic in Syria is not fundamentally different from the dynamic in the Ukraine: the Neocons know that they have failed to achieve their primary objective: to control the entire country. They also know that their various related financial schemes have collapsed. Finally, they are fully aware that they owe this defeat to Russia and, especially, to Vladimir Putin. So they fell back on plan B. Plan B is almost as good as Plan A (full control) because Plan B has much wider consequences. Plan B is also very simple: trigger a major crisis with Russia but stay short from a full-scale war. Ideally, Plan B should revolve around a “firm” “reaction” to the Russian “aggression” and a “defense” of the US “allies” in the region. In practical terms this simply means: get the Russians to openly send forces into Novorussia or get the Russians to take military actions against the US or its allies in Syria. Once you get this you can easily see that the latest us attacks in Syria have a minor local purpose – to scare or slow down the Syrians- and a major global purpose – to bait the Russians into using forces against the US or an ally. It bears repeating here that what the Neocons really want is what I call a “tepid” war with Russia: an escalation of tensions to levels not even seen during the Cold War, but not a full-scale “hot” WWIII either. A tepid war would finally re-grant NATO at least some kind of purpose (to protect “our European friends and allies” from the “Russian threat”): the already terminally spineless EU politicians would all be brought into an even more advanced state of subservience, the military budgets would go even higher and Trump would be able to say that he made “America” “great” again. And, who knows, maybe the Russian people would *finally* rise against Putin, you never know! (They wouldn’t – but the Neocons have never been deterred from their goofy theories by such minor and altogether irrelevant things as facts or logic)."

The reason the Jews won't get WWIII is that the Russians are pretty smart (and so is Trump in a deep way you can't always see!), and the smart includes installing a highly sophisticated missile defense system across all of Syria (not to mention Russia).

"The mukhtar DJT, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Israel".  Somebody has given Salman a can of gasoline and some matches.  Salman isn't smart.

Duh!:  "The US seems keener to strike at Syria's Assad than it does to destroy Isis" (Fisk).

The full story of the al Qaeda side of things:  "How America Armed Terrorists in Syria" (Porter).

"Shhhh! It’s TOP Secret: Fake News For Your Eyes Only".  The Golden Ticket keeps failing (the big test being that voters obviously aren't moved by it), but the IC, the Dems, and the media - all not smart - just can't help themselves.  Part of the problem with the latest salvo is that the blessed Barry must be blameless:  "Did Obama Choke On Russian Election Interference?"

"Johnny Depp Is Sorry For Making An Assassination Joke".  It is lucky Trump can afford his own security detail and doesn't have to rely on the bullet dodgers.

"You’ll Never Guess What Losing Democrats All Have in Common".  A hint for politicians - No More Wars For The Jews is a proven and guaranteed election winner.  That is, if you actually want to win rather than sit back and add to your shekel collection.

"Wasserman Schultz disputes homeland security claims about DNC hacking".  The first break in the Democrat wall of lies.  It is still utterly amazing, especially in the light of the fact that the President of the United States keeps harping on it, that the FBI has never examined those servers, and still relies on the hinky partisan Ukrainians at CrowdStrike!

"Ghost Candidates Are Not Acceptable".  "Democrats Won’t Moderate Message – Even to Win".

"Canadian Indian Gets Sentence for Torturing a Child Reduced by 70% Because His Grandparents Went to Boarding School".  This is Lamarckian Holocaust grifting applied for the benefit of goyim.  The judge?  Not smart.

"Quebec Premier Couillard, in change of tone, ties Michigan attack to Islam".  They do try.  In fact, in almost every case, multiple warnings are given by the community to officials, who ignore them (presumably so the attack can take place).  Where they don't try is the Saudi problem.  Until they reject all funding from Saudi Arabia, all extremist literature from Saudi Arabia, and unceremoniously turn away any imam funded by or trained in any way in Saudi Arabia, there will be problems.

"Some parliamentary stars shine as one loses glow: Hébert".  Note that the neo-Nazi shines.

"Deborah Lipstadt: Holocaust “deniers” are “conspiracy theorists”" (Alexis).  "Jerusalem synagogue vandalized with swastikas, holy books burned".  'Mentally unstable', just like the bomb threat teen.  But that defense only applies to Jews:  "A French Jew’s killing provides a test for the new Macron administration".

Tweet (Ben Norton):
"Smuggling eggs to get around an illegal, suffocating blockade that makes civilians go hungry is terrorism, basically"

"Creating Fake News through Omission" (Hoffman).

Some alt-right writers are quite smart:  "Architecture & Morality:  The Fall of Grenfell Tower".

"Fired WSJ Reporter Connected To Iran-Contra Arms Dealer".

"No, This Is Not A Headline From The Onion".  I think juries will continue to be disturbed by the fact that some of the victims seemed to actively pursue Cosby, in order to advance their careers, and, even more importantly, continued to pursue him after the attacks.  They are essentially victims of the patriarchy - the only way they could advance is through the sponsorship of a powerful man - but that is not Cosby's direct fault.

"Wikileaks Docs Show How the CIA Allegedly Infected Offline Computers".  "Brutal Kangaroo".

Friday, June 23, 2017

Unfairly unfair

Besides the fact that Salman is obviously a hot-headed moron with terrible judgment, who has spectacularly failed in every big decision he has made in a relatively short time, the change in the mechanics of Saudi succession is a huge deal.  As succession always went to a brother, or son of a brother, you could keep the fractious royals relatively happy as their turn could come with the next king.  Having a son succeed a father means that all the lines of the brothers are potentially now permanently squeezed out.  This kind of thing always leads to violence.

"Saudi king upends royal succession and names son Mohammed bin Salman as first heir to throne" (note that the problem is recognized, but there isn't really a Saudi constitution, just a basic law which can be altered by royal decree, so any quick 'constitutional' change could be as easily reversed):
"News of his promotion was accompanied by a constitutional change so that his son could not be king, a gesture intended to reassure other parts of Saudi Arabia’s vast royal family."

Note, from Februrary 2015:  "The frantic intrigue of Abdullah's final hours".

"Succession to the Saudi Arabian throne".  "Agnatic seniority".  Any decision might be thought to have been unfair, but at least it was fairly unfair.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

I'm in tears

"Wall Street Journal fires correspondent over ethics conflict".  The documents are alleged to have been discovered by a hack, and the enterprises involved 'ex-CIA' types, and plans for "a $725 million air-operations, surveillance and reconnaissance support contract with the United Arab Emirates that would allow planes to spy on activity inside nearby Iran", and an attempt to replace the Kuwaiti government with "a dissident member of the Kuwaiti royal family".

"Israeli Spyware Firm Embroiled in Mexico Mobile Hacking Scandal. Flynn Was Its Adviser".  An 'everything' bagel of a story.

Another country for Khazar ruination:  "Jerusalem, Nicosia and WW3" (Atxmon).

"CIA contractors busted for stealing snacks from vending machine".  This degree of expertise should have got them Contractor of the Year awards.

"Oversight Report Shows NSA Failed To Secure Its Systems Following The Snowden Leaks".  All the renting of garments over Snowden was just for show.

"Democrats, Stop With The Poll Rigging...It's Getting Embarrassing".  These are all bullshit push polls, meant to affect the result, but problems arise, as we've seen remarkably with Killary, when you believe your own lies.

"We Are Inches From A New World War, And Clintonists Are To Blame".

"The Blathering Superego at the End of History".  Another take on liberalism.

"Even Top Liberal Pundits Still Don’t Understand the Division in the Democratic Party".

You can't help but be reminded of philosophical debates over the paradoxes of utilitarianism.

"After a Dark Political Winter, Summer Is Finally Arriving" (Shamir).

"Watergate And The Downing Of Nixon, Part 2".  Dick's getting some sympathy in the era of Don.  There are obvious parallels in the IC attacks against each President.

"Vladimir Putin and Oliver Stone: The Neocons Are Dangerous to the United States" (Alexis).  The exact same unnameable perps are behind the odd behavior of the Americans in Syria, and certainly are trying to start WWIII.  As usual, they get to do this because nobody of importance dares call them out on it.

Timing:  "Iran 1953: State Department Finally Releases Updated Official History of Mosaddeq Coup".

"Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Cancel Israel Show Over 'Unexpected Change of Schedule'".  Shekelhead is still on.  The Jew-controlled media is noticeably piling on the general praise for Shekelhead.

"CNN Caught Faking News Again: Qatar Says News Agency Hacking Linked To Middle East, Not Russia".

BuzzFeed has now brought the self-sports-bagged spy into its all-encompassing Putin crime theory:  "The Secrets Of The Spy In The Bag".

BuzzFeed isn't entirely a joke.  This is something you don't see everyday (or ever) in the mainstream media:  "These Are The Civilian Victims Of The US-Led Campaign Against ISIS".

American weird unsolved crime classic:  "Half-century later, murder evidence still under wraps".

"Secret Service relaxes marijuana policy in bid to swell ranks".  Bonus:  bullet dodgers dodge even fewer bullets when they are high as a kite.  Harder to code, though.

Tweet (Gregg Carlstrom) (Jared's taking a few hours off from being investigated for high treason to solve the Israel-Palestinian crisis):
"An AP cameraman filming Kushner's arrival in Jerusalem was forced to delete the images on his memory card."


Wednesday, June 21, 2017


Saudis double down on pure insanity:  "In Historic Shakeup Saudi King Removes Crown Prince, Names Son As First Heir".  What is the over-under in months before their heads are all on pikes (as they should be)?

"Thoughts on the Disappointing Result Out of Georgia 6."  Ha! Note the early, and utterly insane, victory lap! The Clintonistas picked a pure neoliberal asshole, and threw away an inconceivably large amount of money at getting him elected (of course, as we all know, no money was lost, as the shekels flow from 'donor' pockets to 'donor'-owned media companies, and thus, in the great Khazar Circle of Life, back to 'donor' pockets, with a small amount falling to the professional political hacks), all with the intent to prove that they, and not Bernie supporters, were on the winning track.  Do you think this telling set-back will cause them to change their ways?  No.  How can they be expected to afford multi-million dollar homes without the 'donor' model of financing elections?  The insane lack of connection to reality is based firmly in the greatest and most inspiring love of all, the love of shekels.

"Cristina Fernández de Kirchner".  Another peasant revolt in the offing.

This is funny:  "FOIA Request On Susan Rice's Unmaskings Rejected Because "Records Were Moved To Obama Library"".  It reminds me of how real terrorist groups can now disappear simply with a name change.  Form over substance.

"John Helmer: Chrystia Freeland’s Family Lie Grows Bigger And Blacker– Michael Chomiak Volunteered For Hitler Before Ukraine Was Invaded and Was Hunted by the Polish Police Until the 1980s".  Note the first paragraph of the introduction.  "How, when and where can Canada's digital spies hack? Government makes some suggestions in CSE Act" (the silly new wallpaper over the IC dictatorship:  "The roses and the thorns of Canada’s new national security bill").

"U of O Holocaust scholar says he's a target of Polish 'hate' campaign".  The fact he has utterly misdescribed the 'attack' on him - a letter! - should probably raise flags about his 'scholarship'.  Which isn't to say that some Poles weren't enthusiastic about the general dekhazarization project, for simply baffling reasons.

"Where is Israel’s anti-Palestinian dark money going?"  It looks like they've arranged some system where the 'donors' fund the skulduggery directly.

"Spoiling for a Wider War in Syria".  Wars For The Jews, yet again.  Signals from the American government are decidedly mixed.  Trump's hands-off approach means individual factions of warmongers can cause mischief.  We end up with a bizarre situation where the highest reaches of the US government have to create a complicated framework to get around and manage what parts of the American military/IC are doing to Russia, all within the constraints of the Clintonista Russia phobia:  "Tillerson has a new Russia plan: Less support to neighbors, work with Russia on cybersecurity".  Schizophrenocracy.

"Self-Defense Is No Defense for US Acts of War in Syria" (Cunningham).  As Americans do dirty work for the Khazars, it is no surprise they borrow Khazar rhetorical flourishes.

"Oliver Stone: Shocked at How the CIA is Treating Trump".

"Video: Expert Breaks Down As He Tells Of Warning Of ‘Totally Avoidable’ #Grenfell Fire".  It is a straightforward, obvious, and easily prosecutable case of manslaughter up to the highest levels of government.

"Photographer Khadija Saye Dies in London Grenfell Tower Fire".

"Awful Truth About Laurie Luhn and Roger Ailes" (Alexis).  "Roger Ailes and Rachel Maddow: A Friendship Made in Heaven?" (Strether).

"Why Bernie Sanders is an Imperialist Pig" (Ford).  To be fair, he's a Khazar, and thus can't help himself.

Oh fuck, we're screwed:  "Who serves as Trump-whisperer to Justin Trudeau? Brian Mulroney, of course!".

"Canada Passes Law Criminalizing Use Of Wrong Gender Pronouns".  The new normal of insisting that others bow down and worship the crazy notions in your head now has legal protection.  I regard it as the legal sanctioning of snowflake rudeness (the general snowflake belief is that they can insist on themselves, like five-year olds), and we're seeing it everywhere (and, of course, all this started with holocaust stuff, the template for the criminalization of thought crimes).  I await compulsory veganism and the death penalty for microaggressions and, of course, 'cultural appropriation' (the current fad in Canada, ironically, the ultimate 'white people problem', with 'white' almost always referring to a Khazar-fuelled issue).

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Warm beer

"Israel Has Been Secretly Funding Syrian Rebels For Years".

"Invincible folly? - US policy and mass delusion".  I've started thinking that the confusion in just what the Americans are up to is a direct result of Trump's abdication of any civilian leadership for the Pentagon, which is now running around like a chicken with its head cut off.  The only remaining plan is to build more bases.  On balance, given the horribly Jewed-up state of American politics, no civilian leadership is a bonus.

"Stunning Footage Of American's Crumbling Infrastructure" (why you can't be truly progressive unless you are a committed 'anti-Semite'):
"Even Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba Group says, “the US wasted trillions on warfare instead of investing in infrastructure”."
"America’s Real Loss of Prestige and Leadership Abroad".  You can see why WikiLeaks in unpopular in some high American circles.

You can skip over the Canadian stuff if you want.

"Report calls for revamping of whistleblower law".

The usual bribe cheques from big telecom to the most comically corrupt of Canadian regulators - well, maybe second to the pipeline regulators - must have bounced this month:  "CRTC bans locked phones and carrier unlocking fees".

"How rival parties got their act together on pharmacare: Cohn".

"Liberals’ massive increase in defence spending is a budgetary coup".  Canada's new neo-Nazi leadership.  It's supposed to show fealty to Trump to help with NAFTA negotiations.  The good thing is that almost none of this 'spending' will ever make it to a budget.

"Finsbury Park Cover-up? PM May says ‘Lone Wolf’ – But 4 separate witnesses say THREE men were in attack van".

They are building quite the elaborate back-story in order to cover up the Israeli spying:  tweet (Alex Griswold) (secret society initiation stunt!):
"Larry Wilmore: "It’s just tough for me to have much sympathy for this guy and his crocodile tears.""

Tweet (Red T Raccoon):
"Don't call #FinsburyPark a 'revenge' terrorist attack. It insinuates the victims were involved in a previous attack.

It's just terrorism."

"Four ministers were warned about tower block fire risks".  Looks like some lowly bureaucrats on the council will have to go to jail to distract from those who should also go to jail.

Tweet (Fatima) (missing victims?):
"She's speaking the truth #GrenfellTowerFire"

Tweet (John Band):
"Oh, this is quite good."

This sounds like a big 'narrative' problem:  "Hillary Clinton Told FBI's Mueller To Deliver Uranium To Russians In 2009 "Secret Plane-Side Tarmac Meeting"".  See also:  "George Washington: Special Prosecutor Mueller Is a Political Hack".  Mueller is not an 'above the fray' legal saint, as the Clintonistas now describe him.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Financial capital and means of communications

"Syrian Archives Add New Details To Henry Kissinger’s Disastrous Middle East Record" (ur-Lobby in red; love the censorship in the American archives!):
"Kissinger’s first meeting with Assad on December 15, 1973, lasted six and a half hours. Assad astounded his guest, the first U.S. secretary of state in his capital since 1953, by agreeing to exclude his Soviet patrons from the discussions on the understanding that the U.S. alone could influence Israel. Kissinger surprised Assad with the claim that his major obstacle emanated from those who control “the financial capital and means of communications” in the U.S., not so subtle code for the Zionist lobby that had yet to achieve the influence it would wield in later years. The Syrian transcripts contain Kissinger’s numerous disparaging remarks about the lobby, but, Shaaban writes, “The U.S. record makes no mention of him citing ‘financial capital’ or ‘means of communication.’”"

Airing of grievances

"The Audacity Of Silence On Possible Iran-North Korea Nuclear Ties".  Building nukes for Iran in North Korea is also a plot point in the most recent year of the Israeli propaganda TV show 'Homeland'.  "Student in coma released by N. Korea was active in his campus Jewish community".  "2009–11 detention of American hikers by Iran" (and note how the operation backfired!).  Btw, the coma is a nice touch if you really want to deter future supremacist heroes from repeating this sort of thing.

"Saudi foreign minister says working on list of Qatar 'grievances'".  'Airing of grievances'.

Comment by Terry Flynn at Naked Capitalism on May's health:
"re. Totally anecdotal evidence about May’s performance recently.

I had a random but very interesting conversation on the train to London the other day with a senior clinician whose sister works in a ‘sensitive area of government’ (revealed to be something in the security services). This clinician thinks Theresa May’s Type 1 diabetes has been causing problems. She thinks it isn’t very well controlled and that her advisers tried to minimise stressful encounters with voters in the election and after the fire in order that her blood sugar level is kept more stable and she is less likely to experience hypo episodes….ironically what Labour front-bencher Diane Abbott was experiencing, causing her usual ‘excellent memory for figures’ to falter (and which her brother reportedly spotted straightaway, warning her to step back from the campaign) but which earned her tabloid approbrium.

Now of course, we shouldn’t be letting leaders’ medical conditions influence views, but if true, might explain behaviour and expose the continuing hypocrisy surrounding why the PM is OK to carry on with diabetes whilst a senior, but not leader, of the opposition, is fair game for ongoing criticism."

"The Toxic Movement That Brought Terror To London Bridge".  Missing any mention of who pays for all this.  Note the parallels between al Qaeda human-organ-munching units changing their names to fall off terrorism lists, and these monstrous clowns avoiding British law by doing the same thing!  In each case, western 'anti-terrorism' authorities are protecting these groups.

"Saudi Arabia and Israel Setting up Economic Relations".

"The War Nerd: This Is How The Carriers Will Die (Updated Version)".

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Mork & Mindy

"The “revolution” is being televised – & we should ask why".  "The Goyim Know" (Atzmon).  The Khazars have this 'comedy' bit involving an alien trying to pass as a human being (Mork & Mindy, etc., etc., etc.).  They find it hilarious, but it is a little too much on the money in a world where the Great Khazar Supreme Beings try to pass as lowly human beings, empathetic solely to general human plight.  Believe me, they don't give a shit about effects of austerity and other class warfare on the goy 99%, and their Kholumnists have just spent months calling Corbyn an unelectable devil Jew-hater, based mostly on his supposed 'anti-Semitism'.  They go so far over the top - due to their bizarre inability to pass as human beings or even to understand what they would have to do to be able to pass - that from time to time we have to enter a period of revisionism.  Despite reams of evidence to the contrary freely available with a quick web search, nobody ever wrote anything bad about that excellent fellow Corbyn, and austerity is (suddenly) really bad, isn't it?  (But just to be safe, let's just take a look at that anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.)

"New Democratic Bill to Establish a 'National Russian Threat Response Center', Thrusting America Deeper into Russophobia".  "Trump Cornered: White House Pushing To Weaken Russia Sanctions Bill".  If somebody had told you a year ago that the big political issue in Washington today would be evidence-less - utterly evidence-less - Russian tempering with American elections, and perhaps the human rights of a few thousand ethnic Ukrainians in Crimea, up to the point of infuriating Europe, would you have believed them?  Seriously?  It would sound like a mass attack of dementia, or perhaps mad cow disease.  The only explanation for all of this is ZOG.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Special effects

"UAE paid $3bn to finance coup attempt in Turkey: Report".  "Oliver Stone Calls Out Israeli Interference In American Presidential Election" (see also:  "Oliver Stone: Israel is more dangerous than Russia").  Note that the Jew-controlled media edited out the most interesting part of the interview.

See also:  "HuffPo Publishes Article Calling for Trump’s Execution, Pulls It After GOP Shooting".  "‘F*ck Steve Scalise’: HuffPost writer wishes ‘violent resistance’ were more ‘organized’".  "Joyce Carol Oates’s ‘A Book Of American Martyrs’ Captures The Full Devastation Of Gun Violence".

"Resistance In A Time Of Gunfire".

"The blockade of Qatar may have more to do with Palestine than we think".  The Saudi attacks parallel an anti-Qatar, anti-Hamas bill in Congress, one with Jewish fingerprints all over it.

"Real Talk on Reality".  Proposing that it wasn't the dots that caught her (but it still involved information obtained from The Intercept).

"What is the dirtiest, filthiest, and stinkiest airline in the world? Well, it is not difficult to guess".  "Adventures of riding on an Israeli occupation airline".

"Notorious Saudi Terrorist Gets Targeted by a Suicide Bomber in Idleb, Syria".

"Evidence of fakery in BBC “Saving Syria’s Children” is now undeniable".  Will they change the Oscar category to 'special effects'?

"The Forward publishes criticism of Alison Weir, but refuses to publish response".

"Labour’s Israel lobby plans to relaunch campaign against Corbyn".  Luckily for Corbyn, and Britain, and human civilization itself, the Khazars are always their own worst enemies.

Pierre is busy, what with Reality and all:  "OffG’s PayPal Account has been frozen – please cancel any recurring donations".

"Someone Is Trying to Discredit the Story of Peter Thiel’s Interest in Young Blood".  The clever Mike Judge comedy Silicon Valley recently mocked the idea.

"Leaked Files Show How the CIA Can Hack Your Router to Spy on You".  "The CIA has been rooting around in your WiFi router".  "Cherry Blossom".

Tweet (Jeffrey St. Clair):
"Trump slammed the door on US travel to & business deals with Cuba, which just might save the island from the neoliberal shock therapists"
Tweet (George Bell):
"Thom Yorke feeling awfully sorry for himself for being an imperialist scab and called out on it. Poor Thom. (No mention of Palestinians.)"
Tweet (Aaron Maté‏):
"At 7:55 of this interview, ex-Qatari PM says it was a mistake for Gulf-US to fund jihadist groups in Syria"
Tweet (Mirror Politics) (see here and here and here, with colorful comments, of course - what might have happened had the fire occurred before the election?):
"Here's the difference between Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May's visits to Grenfell Tower …"