Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Gentle Path - numpty - grabees

Reddit goes Facebook:  "your personalization preferences have been updated".  Discussion.

On the current/upcoming pogrom/holocaust:  "Threatening Jewish Prosperity" (Sailer).

"Records of Jerusalem Deeds Found in Ottoman Archives: The Deeds Prove that Palestine Belongs to Palestinians." (Safak).

"Advocating for Israel pays well: Salaries of nonprofit heads" (If Americans Knew).

"France’s Macron and Saudi Prince in Artful Deception" (Cunningham).

Jordan has supported the Zio-American imperialists in every possible way for decades, got an embarrassing bupkus for it, and now will be punished by Salman for not taking the ultra-Zionist line of the Saudis:  "Is Jordan paying the price for Jerusalem criticism?".

"A Wreck of a Week for Pro-US Allies, A Hell of a Week for Iran" (Anastasov).

"European Union Gives Benjamin Netanyahu the Finger" (Alexis).

Turns out the good people of Alabama aren't into the child sex stuff as much as we thought.  The creeper at the mall story was the most choice!

"Russia-gate’s Litany of Corrections" (Parry). The best part of all this is that if there is any wrongdoing it is all from Obama and Clinton.  I think they resurrected the 'grabees' partly to help in Alabama, but mostly because the #Russiagate line of attack is starting to backfire.

"Public Enemy No. 1: Walls Closing In On Peter Strzok As Questions Arise Over His Involvement In FISA Application" (Durden):
". . . that brings us back to the key question surrounding Peter Strzok...why exactly was he fired from the Trump investigation?

As it turns out, Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) has an interesting theory on that question which he shared during his questioning of FBI Director Chris Wray last week.  To summarize, Jordan's theory is that Strzok received the controversial "Trump Dossier" from the Clinton campaign then went to the FISA courts where he passed it off as a legitimate piece of intelligence in an effort to obtain the warrants necessary to effectively spy on the Trump campaign."

"McCabe Cancels Testimony, Something "Far More Sinister" With Fusion GPS" (Durden).  Things are getting tight around the collar for the Clintonista conspirators.  McCabe - Ohr - Strzok.

"The Litvinenko inquiry – a legal critique and alternative view" (Mercouris).  I like when the institutional PR set-up lumbers on to its inevitable conclusion years after everybody has forgotten what the propaganda was for.

"What everybody got wrong about that viral video of a starving polar bear".  Headline is, of course, very misleading.

"The Nuke ‘Treaty That Ended the Cold War’ is Unraveling" (Ritter).

More anti-imperialist nuance noticing:  "Rohingya refugee crisis: It’s not Muslims versus Buddhists, says writer Bertil Lintner":
"Although Myanmar had fair elections in 2015, the military is still in the driving seat with three important ministries in its hands. What is happening is completely out of her hands. So, she really cannot do much in terms of ordering anyone. The military takes orders from its commander-in-chief, not from any elected leader.

She has to tread a really delicate balance. Let’s say she came out for the Rohingyas. It would be political suicide. It is clear where most of her electorate stands on the matter. If she came out in support of the hardline Arakan National Party, she would get flak from the Western press. If she does not do anything, she would get flak too, as she has. It is an extremely delicate situation for her.

The only thing she could have done but has not is that she could have gone to Sittwe [the capital of Rakhine state] and met some elected politicians. She does not like the leaders of the Arakan National Party, so she will not do that. But she had to just show that there is a civilian space in Rakhine too. She did not have to say anything, she could have gone to a hospital, met people from all communities. In the process, she could have widened a very limited civilian space."

RT, under great pressure, keeps upping its game:  "I spent a week reading the Guardian, so you didn’t have to" (MacDonald) (it pays to increase your word power: numpty):
"After a week, you quickly learn the Guardian’s worldview: Donald Trump, straight men, Christmas, and Brexit are all considered to be really bad. Meanwhile, Vladimir Putin and Russia are opprobrious, malevolent and reprehensible. Good things include unfettered immigration, mixed-sex toilets, and Tony Blair."
"Dustin Hoffman assaulted a young actress on a nightly basis during a Broadway run".

The concept of sex addiction was invented so male celebrities could be 'cured' of it by having sex with children:  "Today's Blind Items - The Church" (CDaN).  Guesses (links removed, but they are referring to this):
"Church: Gentle Path at The Meadows, Wickenburg, AZ
Secretive religion: Fundamental Church of Latter Day Saints (Warren Jeff's Church)
A+ mogul: David Geffen"
CDaN has been crazy lately, with long blinds on Old Hollywood, and a massive posting on Hugh Heffner's sex tape collection (here, nsfw, with guesses including Henry Kissinger and George Stephanopoulos)!
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