Tuesday, November 28, 2017

It's truly complicated

"The end is in sight in Syria" (Lang).  "Trump’s line on Syria prevails – in Washington" (Bhadrakumar).  "There’s light at the end of Syrian tunnel" (Bhadrakumar).  Despite the clouds of bellicose rhetoric that surround Trump (he seems to regard crazy talk as a necessary substitution for crazy action in the context of the American political arena), all the hard evidence still points to the fact that Trump is trying to clean things up in a sane manner.  It is interesting how much more intelligently focused Trump is immediately after he has even the slightest contact with Putin (so you can see why #Russiagate continues, despite its obvious absurdity).  It also seems clear that the American government is not entirely committed to sanity, particularly the CIA and parts of the Pentagon, but that the chain of command still, slowly and clumsily, works.

"The Raqqa Exodus: The US Coalition’s “Secret Deal” to Allow ISIS-Daesh Terrorists to Escape…" (Chossudovsky).  "Obama hoped to use Islamic State as leverage against Assad, John Kerry reveals" (Kerry:  "It's truly complicated.").  "Bin Laden's Tora Bora escape, just months after 9/11".

Israeli PR:  "Putin Is Mediating A Secret Deal Between Assad And Netanyahu, Bombshell Report Reveals".  Bibi doesn't like the fact that he is not relevant.

"Fighting Israel's Wars" (Giraldi).  Note the Pipes quote - "Victory means imposing your will on your enemy so he no longer wants to continue to fight" - which ironically is starting to apply to Khazarstan.

"Did NBC Push An Unfounded Conspiracy Theory On Behalf Of CIA?" (Madsen):
"US Senate and House computer systems and network have been vulnerable to outside penetration ever since 2002, when Foxcom Wireless, a Jerusalem-based Israeli wireless start-up firm, received a contract to install a wireless system in the US Capitol and Senate and House office buildings. Foxcom was heading into bankruptcy before landing the lucrative contract for the US Capitol complex. Foxcom Wireless moved its headquarters to Vienna, Virginia and renamed itself MobileAccess Networks. In 2011, Mobile Access, Ltd. was bought by Corning, Inc. and merged into its Corning Cable Systems subsidiary.

It was discovered after the contract with the US House that Foxcom paid $280,000 to Republican lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who was later convicted for bribery, mail fraud, and tax evasion, who helped secure the contract by lobbying members and staff of the powerful House Administration Committee, which was seen, at the time, as a corrupt congressional version of New York's infamous Tammany Hall. The powerful committee has been dubbed the "City Hall" of Capitol Hill.

There was not a single member, except for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, who voiced objections to the Foxcom contract.The deal had the personal support of House Speaker Dennis Hastert, later convicted of lying to federal investigators about details of his paying hush-money in a pedophile scandal.

The congressman who originally introduced Foxcom to the House Administration Committee was House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer. Hoyer's sister, Bernice Manocherian, once served as the executive president of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the largest Jewish influence-peddling operation in the United States. House Administration Committee members who approved the deal with the Israelis were committee chairman Bob Ney and Representatives Candice Miller, Zoe Lofgren, and Juanita Millender-McDonald. Ney was later convicted of conspiracy and making false statements in the Abramoff influence-peddling scandal.

Foxcom ensured that its "contract" to "re-wire" Congress saw no oversight from TDS technicians or employees of either the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms or House Information Resources Office. The House Information Resources Office reports to the Chief Administrative Office of the House. Today, it is convenient for the media to ignore what Abramoff's actions have since allowed the Israeli mafia – the true culprits in the 2016 DNC/DCCC hacks – to have accomplished. Many of the Trump Organization's global partners are members of this particular mafia and its various branches."
"Saudi anti-terrorism summit panned on social media".  Salman should just get it over with and proudly sport his kippah. "How Far Will the ‘Friendship’ of Israel and Saudi Arabia Go?" (Kulikov).

Phone porn:  "Trump's communications equipment outside the White House" (Electrospaces).
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