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."

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