Saturday, November 18, 2017


"A ZioWahabi attack on Hezbollah and Iran?" (The Saker).  Solid analysis, both of the thwarted Zionist plans and the panicked attempt by Bibi to recover.  The (slight) push back is coming from within the Israeli leadership, fearing the severity of the Hezbollah counterattack, and within some parts of the US government, taking the view that Salman is moving too aggressively which will inevitably lead to a disastrous - for MIC interests - coup.

"Secretary Mattis Is Off Base: US Military Presence in Syria Has No Legal Grounds" (Korzun).  The Khazars have instructed their American stoogeslaves to hang around and continue to illegally occupy Syria.  The Americans aren't capable of doing anything serious, but will continue to be an irritation.

"Russia, Turkey, Iran meeting to discuss Syria strategy" (Bhadrakumar).  As usual, the real players act like adults and get shit done while the vermin just try to stick their legs in from time to time to trip things up.

"NATO apologizes for Turkey 'enemies' incident, blames civilian contractor"!

"A Shameless Shabbos-Shiksa: Priti Patel Shills for Israel" (Langdon).

"How America’s Deep State Operates to Control the Message" (Giraldi).

"Russia-gate Spreads to Europe" (Parry):
"Yet, another core problem with these “studies” is that they don’t come with any “controls,” i.e., what is used in science to test a hypothesis against some base line to determine if you are finding something unusual or just some normal occurrence.

In this case, for instance, it would be useful to find some other country that, like Russia, has a significant number of English speakers but where English is not the native language – and that has a significant interest in foreign affairs – and then see whether people from that country weigh in on social media with their opinions and perspectives about political events in the U.S., U.K., etc.

Perhaps, the U.S. government could devote some of that $160 million to, say, a study of the Twitter/Facebook behavior of Israelis and whether they jump in on U.S./U.K. controversies that might directly or indirectly affect Israel. We could see how many Twitter/Facebook accounts are “linked” to Israel; we could study whether any Israeli “trolls” harass journalists and news sites that oppose neoconservative policies and politicians in the West; we could check on whether Israel does anything to undermine candidates who are viewed as hostile to Israeli interests; if so, we could calculate how much money these “Israeli-linked” activists and bloggers invest in Facebook ads; and we could track any Twitter bots that might be reinforcing the Israeli-favored message."
"Shocking: Arch-Bugmen at Vice Accused of “Sexual Harassment” Culture" (Sol; this is typical analysis of the alt-right):
"#Jerkoffgate is collapsing the entire liberal establishment, one institution at a time. This isn’t surprising. Women accuse men of “sexual harassment” not based on any specific standard of behavior, but based on how it made them feel. If a strong, authoritative man comes on to them, they feel flattered. But if a beta-cuck bugman does the same, they’ll be grossed out and offended.

Since liberal men (not to mention Jews) are disproportionately effeminate and insecure, their creepy vibes freak women out way more than approaches by right-wing men."
Note how the liberal analysis is similar in posing the problem as being a lack of chivalry, with 'good' men just having to man up and protect women, thus effectively treating women as property without agency:  "Groping for Manhood".  Understanding that there is no difference between the liberals and the extreme right is part of The Clarification.

Also part of The Clarification is that the self-styled far left are also assholes:  "How Pseudo-leftists Explain the Failure of the ‘Syrian Revolution’".

"Bret Stephens equates anti-Zionists with white nationalists in the ‘New York Times’".  Weiss is unable to effectively counter as he fundamentally shares the Khazar group supremacism of Stephens.

"Pepe Escobar Live From Baghdad: The Secret Of Iraq's Renaissance".  We're seeing a lot of words from the Evil Doers, with the response being to just get out and do whatever is necessary to stop them.  The Khazar plot against Iraq has completely backfired and the new militias are an effective method of creating a national sense of shared purpose leading to national unity.

"Another False Flag Terror ADMISSION: Snipers In the Ukraine “Protests”" (WashingtonsBlog).  You can see why it is so important for Pre-President Zuck to repress talk of false flags.

"The world's saints and sinners, according to Canada" (Mitrovica).  Thank G-d, one of our two national crises has been averted with taxpayer money:  "National Holocaust Monument to stay open all winter".  Canadians can now worship their Khazar overlords in February!  They are working on the other one!

"The New Republic Editor as Gap Model" (more bitchy, if accurate and amusing, Sailer).  A lot of people are now seeing that the business model of running your enterprise as a harem doesn't work well.

The intersectionality is strong with this one:  "Transparent Writer and GLAAD Support Jeffrey Tambor’s Exit From the Show". Note how he managed to blow off the first accuser but died with the second, spectacularly appropriate, one.

To be fair, you can see how he might want some things to stay hidden:  "The Internet Crackdown Begins: U.S. Senator Al Franken Wants Google, Facebook and Twitter to Censor Political Speech".

"Blind Items Revealed - Revisited".  "Stallone Sex Scandal" (Aangirfan).

"Four For Friday - Raped For A Part" (CDaN).  The guesses (shame about Caine; Donen is still alive):
"Movie: "Blame It On Rio" (filmed in Rio de Janeiro in 1984) (based on the 1977 French film "Un moment d'égarement")
Lisa: Michelle Johnson (17 at the time of filming, received permission from a judge to film her nude scenes) (from January 1999 through July 2002, Johnson was married to Major League Baseball player Matt Williams, of the Phoenix-based Arizona Diamondbacks)
Barely legal actress on television (A list): Demi Moore (18) ("General Hospital")
DRS A list actor: Michael Caine ("Dirty Rotten Scoundrels")
Director: Stanley Donen (born 1924)
The Big Cheese: Larry Gelbart
Last movie/producer/writer: "Mickey"/John Grisham"
"Blind Item #10 - The Cold Case Payouts"(CDaN).  The guesses (my view is that a lot of the chum, like Spacey, being thrown to the sharks is a limited hangout to protect Geffen)
"David Geffen/Tom King ("The Operator: David Geffen Builds, Buys and Sells the New Hollywood")"
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