Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Watching and prowling

"Hillary’s ‘Sure’ Victory Explains Most Everything" (Hanson).  Hanson is a reliably terrible writer but he is absolutely right about this.  All the apparatchiks were lining their resumes with anti-Trump, pro-Clinton activities, not to actually attack Trump, but to receive their rewards after the anticipated Clinton landslide.

"Second Trump-Russia dossier being assessed by FBI".  Dossier production was a minor industry amongst Democrat ratfuckers.  When everybody lined up at Clinton's post-election trough, having a dossier was going to be a golden ticket.

"Ukraine’s new heroes: Anti-Semites and murderers of Jews".  "Polish MPs vote to criminalize Ukrainian nationalist ideology".  "Israel embarrassed by its Holocaust-denying allies in Poland" (Abunimah).  "Polish government seeks to criminalize mention of Polish crimes during the Holocaust" (Weiss).  It's good to laugh.

"Is the Night Watcher ALSO the Wimbledon Prowler? Police spot disturbing similarities between 'highly professional ex-soldier' and burglar responsible for 200 raids in south London".

"Hamas Founder Linked To Iran Dies After Mysterious "Accidental" Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound" (Durden).

"Oliver Stone leads tributes to Robert Parry as shady US lobbyists PropOrNot dance on his grave" (MacDonald).  It is a tribute that the 'journalists' and 'fake news' professionals are threatened and embarrassed by Parry.

"Declassified Docs Expose UK's Secret Cold War Plan To Nuke Mid-East Oil Fields" (Slav).

"Daniel Ellsberg says nuclear winter is a very real possibility, unless we act now".  The timing - when Trump's isolationism means the risks are greatly lessened - is highly suspect.  One could be forgiven for thinking certain groups are trying to build fear to break the isolationism.

Ditto:  "The media’s guilty silence on Hawaii nuclear war alert" (Van Auken):
"Among other reports, carried only in the local Hawaiian press, a state lawmaker who asked for release of surveillance footage from inside the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency headquarters was told that no such footage exists and no security cameras were in place in one of the most critical security sites in the state. “If there are no tapes, why would there be no tapes, and what can we do to make sure we have transparency?” demanded State Representative Gene Ward.
Finally, the Hawaiian media noted that Governor David Ige in his state of the state address last Monday mouthed platitudes about “the most beautiful place on earth” but failed to mention the single most momentous event of his one term in office—the broadcasting of a message to all of his constituents telling them they faced imminent death.
The only clarification of the incident offered by Ige thus far is his claim that the agonizingly protracted gap between the issuing of the alert and the announcement that it was a false alarm was due to his own inability to remember the password to his Twitter account!
With the silence of the media, the refusal of government officials to provide substantive information and the preposterous character of the explanations given thus far, questions as to the real source and motives underlying the false nuclear war alarm become all the more pressing.
Who was responsible for the “human error”? The lone employee who allegedly clicked on the wrong link—twice—ordering a missile alert rather than a test of a missile alert has never been named. Now the public is told that he is refusing to cooperate with federal investigators. Does such an individual even exist, or was the “error” invented in order to cover up for a more deliberate and planned action?
What were the Pentagon and the CIA up to during the 38 minutes of sheer terror inflicted on the people of Hawaii? Were they monitoring the population’s reaction, gathering intelligence on how the public would behave in the event of a real nuclear exchange?
There is no question that after the alert was issued, the US military and intelligence agencies were carefully observing the response of governments and militaries in the countries that Washington has branded as “revisionist powers”—Russia and China—and “rogue states”—North Korea and Iran. Any one of them, and North Korea in particular, would have had to interpret the phony missile alert in Hawaii as a potential provocation aimed at preparing a US nuclear first strike against them.
American spy satellites, the electronic snoops at the National Security Agency and other US military and intelligence assets were given a golden opportunity to watch what “lit up” in terms of command-and-control and radar and missile sites, amassing information that would prove valuable in preparing a real first strike."
"Quiksilver CEO is missing: His boat washed up in France, empty".

"Exclusive: Tests link Syrian government stockpile to largest sarin attack - sources". Seriously, still at it?!  The Yinon plan of President Kushner:  "U.S. ‘Plan B’ for the Middle East. The Occupation of One Third of Syria’s Territory" (Ferrada de Noli).

"A Jewish ‘sickness’: Israeli journalist explains young American Jews’ support for Palestinians" (Weiss).  'Intersectionality' is now being employed as part of the general outrageous lie that American Khazars support the Palestinians.  The real problem is that non-white American minorities support the Palestinians, as wokenness leads to grasping the essential white supremacism of Khazar murdering and land theft.  See also:  "Seinfeld boosts Israel’s “shoot to kill” fantasy tours" (Sheen).  Ironically posted at Mondoweiss!:  "Zionists should be excluded from left-oriented protests" (Salaita).

"US Color Revolution Begins in Thailand as Proxy War with China Continues" (Cartalucci).  Sorositis is a fatal disease you catch only when you are unaware you are catching it.

Is this the break-up of the MbS/MbZ bromance?:  "Breaking: Yemeni separatists conquer the city of Aden from Saudi-backed forces after two-day battle".

"Opus Dei’s and Erik Prince’s emerging secret army in the Middle East" (Madsen):
"Together with MBZ and MBS, Prince is also helping to carry out the new “strategy” for the Middle East crafted by Trump’s son-in-law and Middle East special envoy Jared Kushner and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s government. Kushner has personally hammered out the new strategy during all-night sessions with MBS in Riyadh. Prince has added influence with the Trump administration through his sister, Betsy DeVos, Trump’s Secretary of Education. DeVos is a convert from the Dutch Reformed Church to Mormonism. She is the wife of Amway co-founder Richard DeVos’s son, Dick DeVos. Erik Prince converted from Dutch Reformed to Roman Catholicism at the same time he joined Opus Dei. Prince and Betsy DeVos are both heirs to an automobile parts corporate fortune created by their right-wing industrialist father, Edgar Prince.

Prince was a major supporter of Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. On January 11, 2017, a little over a week from Trump’s inauguration, Prince and MBZ arranged a clandestine meeting with a Russian government envoy in Seychelles. Prince, representing the Trump transition team, offered Russia a deal that would have seen Russia curtail its support for Syria and Iran in exchange for a lessening of Western sanctions against Russia. The previous month, MBZ met with key Trump transition figures, including Kushner and Stephen Bannon in New York. The Seychelles and Manhattan meetings, as well as the Trump-Kazakhstan connection, are among many issues being investigated by Justice Department Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team of prosecutors and FBI agents."

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Protecting the bomb makers

There is some spectacular material out there on the human condition if you peer into the abyss of supremacists:  "Israeli poet apologizes for comparing Ahed Tamimi to Anne Frank" (Ofir) and "Caitlyn Jenner Is A Champion For Israel — And Jewish Values" (Boteach)!

"Washington Widens the War in Syria by Provoking Turkey" (Whitney):  "A five-year-old child could have figured out that Turkey wasn’t going to sit-back and let the US establish a Kurdish state on its border without putting up a fight."  This is pure President Jared working Yinon, and he doesn't give a shit about trading in Turkey as an ally for some rag-tag collection of Kurds who are going to get crushed.

"US blinks under Turkish pressure in Syria" (Bhadrakumar).  Unfortunately, due to the stranglehold that President Jared has over Trump (because Ivanka), the American acknowledgment of the stark realities of the situation is going to be delayed until much more damage is done.

"Miscalculations in Israel Could Pave Way to Wider War" (Crooke).  If you wanted to analyze it, the Israelis are placing increasingly high-risk bets, and piling one such bet on top of others, a mark of desperation that will certainly eventually lead to disaster for the Khazars.

Cough, cough:  "Syria - Neo-Conservatives Demand "Action" - Hope For A Larger War" (Moon).

"Modern Asia’s “Win-Win” Model Has Averted War Between Turkey, Iran and Russia" (Garrie).  The Chinese model is not 'good for the Jews', or any of the Ziowahhabicans.  The Zionist model involves:
  1. tricking your enemies into fighting each other;
  2. false-flags;
  3. Yinonization through driving wedges between groups within countries; and
  4. proxy armies.
None of these tricks and manipulations work if all parties are trying to cooperate for greater collective prosperity.

"Remembering Investigative Journalist Robert Parry" (Soloman).  A reminder of just how awful - seriously, unbelievably, awful - 99.9% of the professional liars who call themselves 'journalists' really are.

"Why Is the FBI Ignoring Bomb-Maker Connected to Tsarnaevs?" (Henry).  Orders of sophistication more than something made in 'the kitchen of your Mom'.  On Daniel Morley (miraculously, McPhee is a journalist without scare quotes):
"Recently, Newsweek published an article with the provocative headline: “Whoever Built the Boston Marathon Bombs Is Still on the Loose, Able to Kill Again.” In it, Boston-based investigative journalist Michele McPhee reviews a perplexing case involving bomb-making materials discovered two months after the Marathon bombing. This case was brought against a former Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) employee, Daniel Morley, only to be subsequently dismissed.

What’s perplexing is that there were a number of suggestive similarities between the bomb-making materials found in Morley’s bedroom and the materials used to construct the bombs that exploded at the Boston Marathon finish line. And this was not the only “coincidental” connection between Morley and the Tsarnaevs.

The Newsweek article expands on previous reporting McPhee did for her book about the marathon bombing, Maximum Harm: The Tsarnaev Brothers, the FBI, and the Road to the Marathon bombing. Among other startling revelations, McPhee’s book reports a significant strain of skepticism among Boston’s local law enforcement that the feds revealed all they know about the backstory of Tamerlan Tsarnaev.

And, as McPhee documents throughout the Newsweek article, multiple local law enforcement officers who were involved in the Morley case before the FBI came in remain baffled as to why the charges against Morley weren’t pursued further.

Less than two months after the bombing, police responded to a domestic disturbance in the small suburb of Topsfield outside of Boston, according to a police report reviewed by McPhee. Morley, 27 years old at the time, had allegedly attacked his mother and her boyfriend — both of whom then fled the house and called the police. Morley’s mother, Glenda Duckworth, told the police her son was acting erratically — behavior that had been building over the previous eight weeks, according to McPhee.

After a tense four-hour standoff in which Morley threatened to burn the house down and hijack an airplane, police finally coaxed him out of the house and sent him off to a mental health facility for treatment.

But when police searched Morley’s bedroom, they found something startling: “His room was a well-stocked bomb-making facility, and it had several components identical to those in the explosive devices used at the Boston Marathon,” McPhee writes in Newsweek.

There was “a staggering cache of explosive materials: metallic BBs, electrical wires, batteries, cell phone parts, circuit boards … buckets of aluminum foil, bags of powdery rice flour, tubs of chemicals, hobby fuse and wires … [and] fire starters.” He also had various firearms, ammunition and knives. A shed on the property that his mother described as a “work area” contained even more “known elements in homemade bombs.”

Most chillingly, he had a six-quart Fagor pressure cooker just like the ones that had exploded among marathon spectators only weeks before. Police also found an even bigger 24-quart pressure cooker in a closet next to a bag of fertilizer commonly used to make explosives.

Is it possible that Morley was just a copycat inspired by the Marathon bombing? McPhee told WhoWhatWhy in an email that the Topsfield police report indicates Morley was in possession of the materials “before the Boston Marathon [bombing].”

According to a state trooper McPhee spoke with, FBI agents showed up on scene without having been called. The FBI ultimately seized the evidence that Topsfield police had collected — only to return it months later with the terse and vague statement “we didn’t find anything,” a Topsfield police commander told Newsweek.

Morley was initially charged by the Essex County prosecutor “with two counts of assault and battery, making a bomb/hijack threat and a threat to commit a crime.”

But the charges were ultimately dropped. The prosecutor did not explain the decision other than to issue a statement through his spokesperson: “Mr. Morley must comply with Department of Health, including medications, and not abuse his family.” The Essex County spokesperson referred all questions to the FBI.

The Bureau refused to answer any of Newsweek’s questions related to Morley. WhoWhatWhy reached out to the FBI requesting comment on the Newsweek article, but did not receive a response.

The FBI’s handling of Morley’s case is especially curious when one considers the way the Bureau has dealt with other individuals suffering from psychological problems who have engaged in any kind of activity associated with terrorism.

The FBI has ensnared dozens of individuals with mental health problems in elaborate terrorism “stings.” In many cases, paid undercover informants lured these individuals into a terroristic plot in an effort to see if they’d take the bait — even going so far as to provide the person of interest with the means to carry out a bogus attack (See here, here, here and here).

In the Morley case, the FBI failed to prosecute an individual who had allegedly amassed all the materials needed to carry out a real attack like the one that caused so much death and destruction at the Boston Marathon.

Ultimately, Morley was held at three different mental health facilities for about two years, then released about a month after Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial concluded. One local cop remarked to McPhee: “That’s a good way to keep someone out of sight until the trial is over.”"
"According to McPhee, “investigators” — it’s not clear which investigators — “suspect Morley also knew Tamerlan — they were in the same criminal justice class at Bunker Hill community college in 2008 and were both devotees of mixed martial arts.”"
Of course, the same FBI has just been caught red-handed in plotting a coup d'état by treasonously subverting an American election (and all we hear about is that rascal Putin, and Facebook!).

"The Mexican Border-Crossing App That Suddenly Disappeared" (Anderson). Either alt-right trolling or somebody's idea of performance art.

I am 100% certain that somebody is blackmailing Lindsay:  "Authoritarianism expert: Russia hacked Lindsey Graham’s personal emails so Trump may be blackmailing him". 100%!

"Let's Keep Donald Trump" (Giraldi).  It has always been obvious that Pence is there to protect Trump from what the bullet dodgers of the Secret Service won't do.

"Trump Refuses To Impose New Sanctions On Russia" (Durden).  Note the spin from traitors:  "Trump Refuses To Impose Congress-Mandated Russian Sanctions" (Kuns).

Note also how moving the doomsday clock hands, while Trump is doing all he can to prevent WWIII while his enemies continue to warmonger, is conclusive proof that the 'scientists' care not a whit about nuclear war, with the 'clock' just another Zionist propaganda operation.

Cough, cough:  "‘Is whistleblowing worth prison or a life in exile?’: Edward Snowden talks to Daniel Ellsberg".

Cough:  "Denying the Obvious: Leftists and Crimestop" (Curtin):
"There are two famous left-wing American intellectuals, one dead and one living, who are often intoned to support this work of propaganda by omission: Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn, both of whom dismissed the killing of JFK and the attacks of September 11 as inconsequential and not worthy of their attention."
You know what they say - once you see it, you can't unsee it.

Monday, January 29, 2018

Control the world

"Trump’s Foreign Policy Is In Service to Israel" (Roberts).  "Ankara warns US spec ops to Abandon Kurds or risk Turkish Attacks".  "Do the Jews control the world?" (Dershowitz).

"FBI Releases Docs Claiming RT Founder Beat Himself To Death In His Hotel Room" (Agorist).  A comment reminds us of the death of Kenneth Michael Trentadue.

"North Korea War Plan: Chrystia Freeland is more dangerous than Tony Blair" (Pike).  Fortunately, the Koreans seem to have at long last decided between themselves that this issue is too important to be left to the tender mercies of the professional warmongers.  I'm still unclear on why having an actual Nazi as foreign minister seems like a good idea.

Tweet (Julian Assange):
"Council on Foreign Relations links to major media holdings Full graphic here: …"
"Robert Parry’s Legacy and the Future of Consortiumnews" (Nat Parry). He died with his boots on, having had a lot to do with the collapse and reversal of the #Russiagate narrative  (not to mention being the rarest of rarities, a real American journalist, without need of scare quotes).  In fact, #Russiagate may have killed him in what amounts to one of those Old West gunfighter fast draw duels where both shooters die.  He even looks like Doc Holliday (who died with his boots off).

"New Year, New Turmoil as US Targets Thailand" (Thomas):
"It is curious to note, however, that terrorist attacks targeting a downtown Bangkok shrine popular with Chinese tourists and bombings targeting other tourist destinations around Thailand followed the US and European media's failed campaign to sabotage Thailand's tourism industry."
"Cambodia is Turning Towards Russia" (Bokarev).  "Sanctions, Subversion, and Color Revolutions: US Meddling in Cambodian Elections" (Cartalucci).  "America’s Awkward “Pivot” to Asia: US-Cambodia Confrontation Widens" (Thomas).

"US Furious over Russia’s Arms Supplies to Myanmar: The Pot Calling the Kettle Black" (Gorka).

"In the New York Times a democratically elected leader who is a leftist gets worse coverage than the Saudi despot" (Angry Arab).  Morales has consistently been the most spectacularly successful politician of our time, so of course the NYT hates him!

"ISIS survives because the US will not unite with Russia to destroy it" (Mercouris).

"Who is using chlorine as a chemical weapon in Syria?" (Shoebridge). Here we go, again!

"Assassination in Kosovo: The Killing of Oliver Ivanović" (Kampmark).

"John Kerry In Secret Communications With Palestine For "Alternative Initiative" Circumventing Trump" (Durden).  Plan B, should President Jared fail in breaking the Palestinians.  Whatever Yochanan Kohn proposes will look good in comparison.

"Unmasking Propornot- Exposing Deep State Crimes" (Eliason).  Wider scope than the title.  Atlantic Council plus a lot of Ukrainians.

"PayPal freezes out Palestine activists in France" (Abunimah).

"Erdogan’s Appropriation of the Palestinian Cause" (Jegić).  "O Palestine! Modi is coming" (Bhadrakumar).

"A Review of “Revolutionary Yiddishland: A History of Jewish Radicalism” — PART 2" (Sanderson).  "By Rejecting Jews, Intersectionality Betrays Itself" (Nazarian).

"Andrew Anglin's Lawyer Visited The Elusive Nazi’s Hometown And Madness Ensued" (O'Brien).  "UK: Kook Who Said Russia is Ready to Invade and Slaughter Thousands Also in the News for Affair" (Anglin).

"47 years later, Sacramento’s nurse murder remains unsolved".

"U.S. Marshals need help identifying man who stole Tulsa boy's identity, lived under it for 24 years".  Chandler.

Sunday, January 28, 2018


"FBI Mulled Special Counsel For Hillary Email Probe But Feared Her Wrath, New Texts Reveal" (Durden).  This actually makes the FBI look a little better as it demonstrates that the motivation for covering up for Killary's crimes wasn't some anti-Trump, anti-democratic, conspiracy, but justified terror at ending up on Killary's death list, a turbo-charged list when she is a sitting President, as everybody assumed was inevitable.

Everything is going to look quite different for Trump and the Republicans when the big economic crashes occur in the US.

"#NotMeToo: Clinton Ignored Staffers' Sexual Harassment Allegations During 2008 Campaign" (Durden).  "Hillary Clinton Refuses To Apologize For Not Firing Adviser Accused Of Harassment" (Durden).  Bonus:  the 'faith adviser' to her campaign!  'Activist bitches supporting bitches'.

No fan of May, but this might be getting out of hand:  "Three former Green Party staffers accuse Elizabeth May of workplace bullying". #Metoo is pretty much a rich people/celebutard phenomenon at the moment, having little or nothing to do with the 99%, and actually making the lives of the entitled less wonderful.  How is that going to play out?

"US promises Turkey to stop arming Syrian Kurds – media".  "Breaking: U.S. and Turkey Agreed on the Assassination of Kurdish Politicians and Field Commanders".  "Turkish FM: We have no plans to attack Syrian government soldiers".  Ha!:  "Kurdish Leaders Implore Assad To Defend Afrin From The Turks" (Fadel) and "In blow to Trump, Syrian Kurds call on al-Assad to Save them from Turkey" (Cole).

"U.S. says planned Russian pipeline would threaten European energy security".

"Qatar turns to Israel to escape Saudi squeeze" (Nassar).  With President Jared in power everybody has to get in line to suck up to our Khazar masters.  On the other hand, the new alliances of President Jared are forcing the Americans out of the game:  "America’s Syrian humiliation is worse than it looks".

Slumlord news:  "Judge rejects secrecy in suit over Kushner-owned apartments".

The subtleties of the American sanction wars:  "The Rich Also Cry" (Shamir).  The Deal.

"New Orleans repeals human rights resolution to shield Israel" (Barrows-Friedman).  Disappointing, but all races enjoy shekels.

"Vegas mogul Steve Wynn to face reviews after report alleges sexual misconduct":  "The idea that I ever assaulted any woman is preposterous".

"Why Is the Israeli Army Suddenly Concerned About Gaza?" (Cook).

"WE TOLD YOU SO: Explosive Proof of World-Wide Jewish Assassination Plots" (Batty).

"Lobbying commissioner drops investigation into Barry Sherman over Liberal fundraiser".

"Canada Should Follow Germany’s Example and Halt Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia".  Some serious morality out of Germany.

The 'self-defense' buffer zone needs a buffer zone, and that buffer zone needs a buffer zone, and that buffer zone needs a buffer zone, and  . . . . :  "Israel’s “Safe Zone” Is Creeping Farther Into Syria" (Samaha).

First they came for the minstrels, but I was not a minstrel . . . . :  "Reflections on the Chabloz Case" (Kollerstrom).

White flour.

Saturday, January 27, 2018

Flipped photos

Things are much worse than you can imagine - the police and politicians, they took the shekels!:  "Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, police say" (laughing emphasis in red):
"“I believe they were targeted,” Det.-Sgt. Gomes told reporters packed into a news conference at police headquarters. Police have readily obtained some electronic and other information but are having difficulty retrieving everything they want from the Apotex head office."
It's good to laugh:
"The veteran detective would not reveal any information about suspects, persons of interest, or possible motives. She did reiterate that there was no sign of forced entry into their home, information consistent with what police said in the hours after the bodies were found. The house was for sale in December and police are in the process of speaking to anyone who had access to the home. It is no longer for sale.

“We haven’t developed any suspects, outside of understanding that people are outstanding for — or a person is outstanding for — this offence.”"
An excellent sign in an investigation is when the 'victim's' own company refuses to cooperate - that's how you know you are on the right track!:
"But police have been stymied in some situations where they have sought warrants.

“Legal complexities in some executions have been challenging given the litigious nature of Barry Sherman’s businesses, in particular the search and seizure of electronics in Barry Sherman’s workspace at Apotex,” Gomes added."
"CEO of Barry Sherman-founded Apotex resigns 'to pursue other opportunities'':
"Desai has been caught up in a legal dispute with Apotex competitor Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. over trade secrets that his romantic partner, then-Teva employee Barinder Sandhu, allegedly leaked to him, allegations that have not been proven in court and that Apotex has filed a motion to dismiss. The case is currently in the pre-trial discovery phase.

Israel-based Teva filed the complaint in July, claiming Sandhu had been improperly using cloud storage, USB keys and other methods to transfer confidential documents from her work computer to Desai.

Teva alleges those documents included a communication from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about Product X, a generic drug it was developing. Teva alleges Desai and other Apotex employees circulated the document and discussed how to use it to improve sales of a competing product."
Teva.  Now I'm thinking it was a Mossad hit, but the Mossad wouldn't have been quite so gothic in the murder scene setting!  Your real options are:
  1. random, experienced, psychopath (fits, but extremely unlikely);
  2. professional hit man hired by enraged family members or enraged competitors or enraged family members of child victim of Apotex medical testing (fits the lack of forensic evidence, but definitely does not fit the crime scene);
  3. crazed attack by justifiably enraged family member (fits the crime scene but not the lack of forensics);
  4. murder-suicide by real sicko who is in the medical-legal textbooks as a Mengele-level example of what not to do in experiments on children (fits everything to a tee!).
Basically, the Toronto police got it right, until the shekels flew, and they had to embarrass themselves.

"The not-so-secret life of Mathilde Krim" (Weiss):
"Mathilde Krim was a person of depth, intrigue and compassion. Born Mathilde Galland in 1926 in Italy to parents of Swiss, Italian and Austrian background, she moved with her family to Switzerland as a girl and went on to be a brilliant student, earning a Ph. D. in genetics from the University of Geneva.

When she learned about the Holocaust as a teenager, Krim identified with Jews. She felt as she did for AIDS victims 40 years on, a need to protect them against bigotry, abandonment, and rejection from the wider community.

These feelings led Krim to support Zionist militants during and after the war.
So, basically, 'depth, intrigue and compassion' means that she fucked Lyndon Johnson while Lady Byrd had a 'headache' so that Johnson would look the other way while Khazars killed people and stole their lands.  I'm starting to think I give Weiss far, far too much credit (though he does link Cobban).  The sympathy for this bizarre monster - "Krim saw him as a “dashing and heroic figure” dedicated to a noble cause that had used terrorism to achieve its ends" - makes the whole piece reek of violent, racist group supremacism.  I give Weiss credit for noticing the conspiracy angles of the Kennedy-Johnson situation, with Johnson installed by the Zionists as protection from the Khazar-skeptical Kennedy (this is the origin of the Mossad conspiracy theories about the JFK assassination, with Johnson, for example, immediately allowing the Israeli nuclear program).

Time, again, for the cartoon.

"What Happens When Jews are Placed in Charge of WW II Civilians" (Bacon).

There's a theme today:  "Israel lobbyists caught in Presidents Club sexual harassment scandal" (Aked).

""British-Israelism to Christian Identity & the Palestine Campaign:  How Jewish Behavior Alienates its most Fervent Supporters" (V. de Camp).  American white nationalist view of Christian Identity.

"Senior Israeli Official Mocked for Bizarre Claim That Detained Palestinian Teen Is a Paid Actor" (Mackey).  Note the first comment, linking here.  The comments are a fascinating compendium of hasbara agents and 'woke' people.

Friday, January 26, 2018


"Devin Nunes Refuses Senators' Request To Examine Bombshell FISA Memo" (Durden).  You would have to think they are doing this dance of the seven veils to create more interest in the material when they do release it, or alternatively, they can't release it due to the blackmail-rich environment of the Senate with the FBI having huge J. Edgar files on all these characters.

"The Presidents Club - Here Comes the Israeli Connection" (Atzmon).  The untold - but you might have guessed! - story of groperama.

"Patrick Brown’s downfall an affront to fairness" (DiManno).  Brown, no doubt after a heart-to-heart with his 'donors', was going to tough it out (just like Franken), but when his four chief political advisers found out the facts, they immediately resigned en masse!  I'm going to take a wild guess that the story told by the predictably awful DiManno is the tip of some sordid iceberg, a 'limited hangout' concocted in some Conservative backroom.

"How the New York Times phrases Israeli orders to kill Arab civilians" (Angry Arab).

"Killing Yasser Arafat: Mossad propaganda in the New York Times" (Angry Arab).  "Israel had plan to shoot down passenger plane to kill Arafat, book claims".

We're reached Peak Jared:  "‘We’re going to have nothing to do with (peace process) any longer’ — Trump threatens Palestinians" (Weiss).  "Trump kicked the Islamic world in the teeth today, and loved doing it." (Lang).  "Lucky Pence" (Atzmon):  "cut the goy in the middle".

"Turkey Accuses White House Of Lying In Trump-Erdogan Readout" (Durden).  A striking sign of loss of imperial power when your vassals won't quietly tolerate your bullshit.

"Turkey Re-Enters Syrian Endgame with ‘Smart Power’" (Bhadrakumar) (the Khazars sent their traitor-in-place to try to get Syria re-Yinonized):
"Interestingly, the Turkish national security council’s announcement recasting the raison d’etre of the military operation took into account discussions in Ankara earlier in the day with a visiting US delegation comprising military and intelligence officials and led by Deputy Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Jonathan Cohen."
"Syria’s Kurds are Now Sharing the Sorry Fate of Most Washington’s Allies" (Berger).  So obvious at this point that there just has to be blackmail money flowing in large quantities to Kurdish 'leaders'.  Nobody can be that stupid.  Evidence that there are rifts in the Kurds:  "Assad says government armed Kurdish group in Syria’s north".

"Ex-President Lula’s Corruption Conviction Is Upheld by Brazilian Appeals Court. Now What?" (Demori, Fishman). "Undeterred by failed appeal, Brazil’s Lula vows to run in presidential election".

"3 Alcatraz inmates survived 1962 escape, swam to land, letter suggests".  Brazil (from 2015):  "EXCLUSIVE: Alcatraz escapees 'had wives and children in Brazil', their family claims - and they want their sentences commuted so they can 'come home' after 53 years".

"13 Years After Ray Gricer's Disappearance, the District Attorney's Case Is Still a Mystery".

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Secret society

Wow!:  "Patrick Brown resigns as PC leader amid sexual misconduct allegations".  It was looking like he was going to be the next premier of Ontario in four months, which would have been a disaster. 

"The politics behind Turkey's Afrin operation" (Dalay):
"The fact that the US held onto and further deepened its alliance with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the backbone of which is formed by the YPG, in the post-IS period has dispelled any expectation in Ankara for a US change of heart vis a vis the Syrian Kurds.

Ankara has seen this US–Syrian Kurdish partnership evolving into a more strategic alliance rather than being just a marriage of convenience.

Turkey sees the recent open-ended commitment of the US to maintain a military force in Syria and desire to create a 30,000-strong border force (a significant chunk of which is projected to come from the Kurdish YPG) in this light.

Rather than trying to convince Americans to deal with the Syrian Kurds, this has led Turkey to explore other options, particularly with Russia, much more vigorously. Turkey's ongoing Afrin operation is a case in point.

This operation was, therefore, unlikely to be undertaken without a green light from Moscow. Russia effectively controls Afrin's airspace. Therefore, without Russian permission, Turkish jet would not have been able to undertake the aerial bombardment of Afrin province.

The question then is what motivated Russian acquiescence to the operation? Multiple factors seem to have played a role in the Russian stance. First, Russia, Turkey and Iran started a parallel process to ongoing peace talks in Geneva with the aim of finding a settlement to the Syrian crisis through talks in Astana, which are soon expected to give way to the Sochi congress.

While the Astana talks were designed to deal primarily with the military aspects of the Syrian crisis, the Sochi congress is projected to deal with the political process in Syria.

Turkey's participation is crucial for this process to move forward. In fact, given that both Russia and Iran have been steadfast supporters of the Assad regime, it is the participation of Turkey as a main backer of the opposition that gave legitimacy and credibility to this Russian-led parallel processes.

Thus, it is crucial for Russia to keep Turkey in the game, particularly for the upcoming Sochi meeting. Second, by allowing Turkey to hit the US's primary partner in Syria, Russia wants to embarrass the United States. The language of the Russian officials since the start of the operation clearly suggests that this is the goal.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov very much put the blame for this recent crisis on the shoulders of the US – and especially for their projection of staying in Syria for the long-term and of creating a border force in SDF-held areas, which Russia sees as a clear attempt by the US to create an alternative form of authority in Syria.

Third, through this operation, Russia seems to be extracting concessions both from the PYD and Turkey on behalf of the Syrian government. A weakened PYD in the northwestern part of Syria will be more amenable to the Russian preference for allowing the government to take control of Afrin and its surrounding areas.

In fact, many high-ranking PYD–YPG officials have already said publicly that Russia has asked them to hand over the control of these areas to the government – an offer which they refused.

On the other hand, the mechanism behind this recent operation is partially reminiscent of Turkey's previous Euphrates Shield operation. Given that Turkey's return to the Syrian scene was very much contingent upon its patching up relations with Moscow after Turkey shot down a Russian jet in November 2015, the nature and limits of Turkey's Euphrates Shield Operation was very much shaped by Russian preferences.

The price that Turkey had to pay for this operation was its tacit consent to the fall of Aleppo to government forces. This dynamic seems to be repeating itself in this latest operation as well. The price of the Afrin operation appears to be acquiescing to the Russian and the Syrian government design for eastern Idlib."
It would be helpful if analysts could at least mention that the baffling American policies are due to President Jared enforcing Yinon.

"When it comes to Davos, it’s inequality, stupid" (Escobar).  The one thing they can't seriously discuss.

No Peruvians or people over 6'8" were cited in the article on Greenwald.  Oh, and #Russiagate is real, but it's a secret which Americans will learn about just as soon as Mueller gets around to it.  "All Glenn Greenwald’s Women" (Wheeler).  Trump/Putin Derangement Syndrome is a much more serious disease than we thought.

"Dark Money, Not Russia, May Be the Best Way to Explain Trump's Win" (Taylor).  This, unlike the link above, is smart and not at all alzheimer-y, but still maintains the political consultant line that money paid to political operators is essential to win (remember that Khazar donations fed back through Khazar-owned media outlets is the mathematics of Zionist control over the US).  Of course, off-the-books payments in politics that don't have anything to do with winning used to be called bribes.

"Iran seizes bombs, explosives in Saudi terror plot". People who live in glass houses . . . just sayin'.

"Meet the spies injecting Israeli propaganda into your news feed" (Winstanley).  Remember that BDS is itself an ultra-Zionist scam, so this whole operation is intended to promote BDS.  Added background (choice links, almost impossible to find with a Google search):
  1. "Is the BDS Movement hijacked by Liberal Zionists?" (Watzal);
  2. "BDS: Can you spot the difference?" (Eisen);
  3. "BDS Changed its Goal Statement Once Again" (Atzmon).

"Whistleblower Confirms "Secret Society" Meetings Between FBI And DOJ To Undermine Trump" (Durden).  The 'secret society' revelation is concerning, to some:  "You Need To Watch This" (Marshall).

"Comey, Rosenstein, McCabe All Named In FISA Memo, According To First Leak".  We probably shouldn't forget that this is a Republican in-house memo containing allegations, not evidence of anything, but both parties are doing a strange dance around it.

"WaPo Editor Blames Lack of US Leadership for Famine Caused by US Leadership" (Johnson).  Are these Washington imperialist 'journalists' so deranged that they actually believe their own bullshit, or do they think they are fooling anybody?

"US Relations with World’s Nations Are Collapsing" (Madsen).  This is oddly off from Madsen, the contentless shrieking I'd expect from the American mainstream media.

"We’re in for Another Kosher Super Bowl" (Dunphy).  Very Sailer-esque combination of racism and statistics.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Truth! and Fiction!

"Evidence of FBI Conspiracy Grows by Publius Tacitus".  Comment by blue peacock:
"These text messages are also critical evidence around the appointment of Mueller as special counsel which happened in May 2017. There is a back story there that these "missing" text messages would shed light on. Note that both Peter Strzok and Lisa Page were senior members of Mueller's staff until some of their text messages were released by DOJ IG Horowitz. Strzok was the person that interviewed Flynn in the White House and set him up for the perjury charge.

The current batch of released text messages show that Bill Priestap, head of CI at the FBI removed the reference that Hillary emailed Obama from her unsecure server. Obama had previously denied that.

There is much more evidence piling up as the Congressional committees continue their investigation. Nunes already knows a lot and his summary memo will likely be released soon to the public. Additionally, many of these people at the FBI & DOJ including Strzok, Page, Priestap, Baker, etc will be testifying under oath to Congress soon as Rosenstein has already agreed to that. Admiral Rogers will also likely provide testimony after he retires from the NSA in couple months.

IMO, the critical piece of evidence is the now declassified FISC ruling. Nunes has seen the unredacted version."
 and Greco reply on the 'Shadow Government' at the State Department.

"Russsia-Gate Implodes" (Raimondo).

"Democrats Demand Twitter, Facebook Crackdown On #ReleaseTheMemo "Russian Bots", There Is Just One Problem..." (Durden).

The Nation, like Mother Jones, is famous for being a truth-free zone, but vanden Heuvel is married to Cohen, so they've made an exception for #Russiagate:  "Why Are the Media Ignoring Crucial Parts of the Simpson Testimony?" (Carden).  Browder doesn't seem to like paying taxes, anywhere.  Shamir on Browder, from 2016.

Here's Browder being served.

"How Trump is accelerating Israel’s loss of support" (Abunimah).  "Antisemitsm-  Reality or Merely Statistics?" (Atzmon).

Oddly 'woke' Cole (of course, this is another CIA attack on the Pentagon):  "Countering Turkish Propaganda, Pentagon reports 150 ISIL Killed in Airstrikes".

"A history of Western rewards for Arabs: Nobel Prizes" (Angry Arab).

"Another false flag in Syria?" (Alexis). "Opinion // The West's Leftist Male 'Intellectuals' Who Traffic in Genocide Denial, From Srebrenica to Syria" (Katerji)!

"Pro-Autonomy Hungarians in Romania’s “Szeklerland” Might Spark a “Slovak Crisis” that Destabilizes “New Europe’s” “Three Seas”" (Korybko).

"A Portentous Assassination Rocks the Balkans" (Karganovic).

"Slovenia to recognize Palestinian state next month — TV report".

"One generation later, another war crime" (Murphy).

"Spain On High Alert To Prevent Puigdemont From Sneaking Back "In The Boot Of A Car"" (Durden).

"NAFTA and US-Canada Relations: How the Americans Could Save Us from Ourselves on Free Trade" (Orchard).  The problem is that the bribed traitors negotiating for Canada will give up everything, just as they did when NAFTA was created.

The Sherman murder-suicide has made it to CDaN in a spectacularly messy and ridiculous blind, with elaborate hints at a racist AIDS-drug conspiracy in Africa (or, possibly, Manitoba!), the Clinton Foundation, Justin Trudeau, and the 'Church' (i.e., Geffen):  "Today's Blind Items - We Can't Let You Talk - The Church". Guesses (links removed):
"Company owner: Bernard Sherman (and wife Honey found dead)
Home country: Canada
Company: Apotex (products)
F: Bill Clinton
Product: Apo-triAvir (generic HIV/AIDS drug)".
See also:
  1. "Frank Forensics: Who Killed Barry and Honey Sherman?";
  2. "Frank Forensics: The Sherman Murders, Part Deux";
  3. "Tidbit: An Article Related To The Murders Of Barry Sherman, Canadian ..."  (another 'suicide' by knife:  "New York surgeon who treated Bono found dead in Park Avenue apartment in suspected suicide" and "Dr. Dean Lorich, Who Exposed Clinton Foundation Haiti Response, Found Dead-Truth! and Fiction!").
Of course, professional hit men don't stage elaborate and grotesque crime scenes - they use a handgun, and drop it at the scene.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Traumatic memories

An unfortunate and dangerous situation where a government has absolutely no legitimacy, no prospect of improving the lives of its people, and actually no prospect of reducing the rate of acceleration of the complete destruction that the country is careening toward, with the only option being a distracting war which they are doomed to lose unless it turns into WWIII and everybody loses:  "A Coming Russia-Ukraine War?" (Doctorow):
". . . this past Thursday came a wholly new development – a draft law passed by the Ukrainian Parliament that could effectively end Kiev’s participation in the conflict resolution process known as the Minsk Accords. Although observers in the United States and Western Europe may have missed it, many Russians believe this development amounts to a declaration of war.

Dmitri Kiselyov, head of all Russian television and radio news services, offered a sober analysis of the emotionally charged development on his Sunday evening news wrap-up today.

According to Kiselyov, the new law, which awaits Poroshenko’s signature, makes preparations for war and includes language indicating a bellicose new approach to the conflict. The mission in Donbass is no longer described as an “anti-terrorist operation.” Rather, the mission now is to send armed forces against “military formations of the Russian Federation” in Donbass.

Military headquarters are established to coordinate the operation to be waged in Donbass. While up until now the self-declared republics of Donetsk and Lugansk were considered under the Minsk Accords as negotiating parties, now there are only “occupation administrations” of the Russian Federation on these territories, with Russia identified as an “aggressor.”

“This makes it all the more convenient for Ukraine to start a war,” Kiselyov says, noting that it could have the added benefit of enabling Ukraine not to pay its foreign debts and to ensure Poroshenko’s continued grip on power."
"No longer ATO, not yet a war. Ukraine adopts controversial “Donbas reintegration” bill".

"Russia hysterical about Ukraine’s Donbas law, says Kyiv "preparing for new war"" :
""In fact, Kyiv is trying to absolve itself of all responsibility for the destruction and suffering that is brought upon the people by unreasonable actions of the Ukrainian authorities, and put the blame on Russia," the Russian Foreign Ministry claimed, adding that the bill completely contradicts Minsk agreements.

"One can not help but notice that the adoption of the law in an amazing manner coincided with the announcement in Washington of the U.S. readiness to supply lethal weapons to Ukraine. Unfortunately, we are witnessing the emergence of a situation fraught with a dangerous escalation in Ukraine with unpredictable consequences for universal peace and security," the document says."
Temporary outbreak of sanity: "Opposition blocks signing of draft law on Donbas reintegration".

"Destroying Syria" (Giraldi).

"The most dangerous thing Donald Trump has done yet" (Kahn).  But, "Its military is culpable for the war in Afghanistan."???

"Devin Nunes Will Do Anything to Protect Donald Trump" (Marshall):
"Over the last week there’s been a huge campaign on the right to “release the memo”. That campaign has also been supported by Russian intelligence backed social media accounts." (!)
""Jaw-dropping" Text Message By FBI Agent Suggests No Trump Collusion With Russia" (Durden).

"Major ad firm Outfront Media censors “free Ahed Tamimi” billboard" (Abunimah).

"anti-semitic lunatic".

"Voici les enfants qu’Israël a tués en 2017".

Imagine my shock and surprise when it turned out they were trying to steal the stuff!:  "Iraqi-Jewish archive triggers 'traumatic memories'".

"One Of Canada’s Most Iconic WWI Images Was Staged For A British Propaganda Film".

"Will Jackson served as Riel’s secretary".

Monday, January 22, 2018

Russia shop

"The CIA Bull In Glenn Simpson’s Russia Shop" (Helmer).  This is very good, clear in a way you don't normally see.  Note that, just as you would expect, Trump is getting no help at all from his Republican colleagues in the IC attacks on him, with obvious questions passed up (and related is the strange disinclination to release even parts of the FISA memo).  Everybody is afraid of the IC.

Simpson had trouble marketing his Russia-bashing product until Trump came along.

"Was Lynch coordinating with Comey in the Clinton investigation?"  Note how Strzok directly connects the necessity of clearing Killary of her email problems to the Trump ascendancy!

Trump created all kinds of strange rifts in the American power structure, and we're finding out about this due to ongoing turf wars between the NSA, CIA, and FBI.  In particular, CIA attacks on the NSA/Pentagon, using various owned 'journalists', has revealed a lot of shit.

"Does This Man Know More Than Robert Mueller?"  It's complicated.  I see Greenwald, the Intercept, and Snowden as CIA (sometimes disguised by mild attacks on the CIA), which means they oppose the New Cold War/WWIII, not for reasons of sanity or pacifism, but as the liberal side of the CIA perceives the New Cold War as a strengthening of the Pentagon at the expense of the CIA.  Everything is a turf war, and sanity sometimes creeps in between the cracks.

Cleft stick

"FEATURE: Why it is laughable the Kurds blame Russia for the predicament they find themselves in northern Syria" (Antonopoulos).  The conspiracy theory that Russia and Turkey cooked something up after the Kurds refused to listen to reason (the headline is the opposite of the content).  Everybody counts on the fact that the Americans will commit just enough to cause problems, but not enough to solve them.

"WAIT, WHAT?! Kurdish forces choose to stand alone, then blames Russia for the Turkish invasion of Afrin" (Antonopoulos).  The Kurds had a clear choice, Russia-Iran-Syria or the Ziowahhabicans, and they chose wrong, no doubt whatsoever because their leaders have been bribed and blackmailed, as usual.

"US caught in a cleft stick in northern Syria" (Bhadrakumar).  Russia-Iran-Syria simply ride out the geopolitical realities to success, while the US, under the wise leadership of slumlord President Kushner and the help of some bribed Kurds, bets the farm on hopeless Yinonization.

Do the Kurds in Syria seriously think there is the slightest possibility that the Turks will permit a Yinon-style Kurdish statelet next door to Kurdish areas of Turkey, where it will serve as a constant provocation towards the creation of Greater Kurdistan and the consequent destruction of Turkey?  The Kurds have fought so bravely and are now being betrayed by crooked political leadership, just like in Iraq.

"Is A “Great War” on Israel’s Horizon?" (Salt).  Unless you believe in some weird mystical shit, the Khazar murder and land theft project in the Middle East is so preposterous that it has to blow up at some time, and that time is approaching.

"Manhattan DA raids Newsweek headquarters".  Jang.

"Palestine, Israel, the US, and How the South Pacific Countries Are Selling Their Votes" (Vitchek).  Canada is known as the Palau of the North.  We write that on the paper bags we all wear on our heads to hide our embarrassment at our beshekeled 'leaders'.

Wtf?:  "Teachers who commit certain forms of sexual abuse allowed to keep their licences".  Very Canadian to protect the 'rights' of the kinder, gentler, poetic pedos.

We've reached the clumsy cover-up stage of 'it's not the crime, it's the cover-up':  "FBI "Loses" Five Months Of Text Messages Between Anti-Trump Agents".

It's Trump's day-to-day work in the Koch trenches that ensure he won't be impeached:  "Trump Sets Records for Seating Federal Judges".  This is also the direct result of the tragic and evil Democrat decision to try to force Killary to a Presidency.

"Four For Friday - It's About "Time" - A Himmmm Blind Item"  (CDaN).  This is about the most notorious of the alleged Hollywood pedos, Dan Schneider of Nickelodeon, a constant figure in the gossip blinds for preying on under-aged female actors in children's programming, but interestingly pulls Summer Redstone into the story to explain why he is so bafflingly untouchable.

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Sincere Regrets

"FBI Whistleblower on Pierre Omidyar and His Campaign to Neuter Wikileaks" (Webb).  Omidyar, Greenwald, Snowden, and censorship through 'curation'.  It is not a coincidence that no actual, normal, human beings end up being sheltered by this paternalistic protection, but only the lowest-of-the-low institutions and operators for these institutions.

"How the Establishment Undermines American Democracy" (Giraldi):
"There is a growing consensus among many observers in Washington that the national security agencies have become completely politicized over the past seventeen years and are now pursuing selfish agendas that actually endanger what remains of American democracy. Up until recently it has been habitual to refer to such activity as the Deep State, which is perhaps equivalent to the Establishment in that it includes financial services, the media, major foundations and constituencies, as well as lobbying groups, but we are now witnessing an evolutionary process in which the national security regime is exercising power independently.

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Raimondo believes that something like a civil war is coming, with the war party Establishment fighting to defend its privileged global order while many other Americans seek a return to normal nationhood with all that implies. If true, the next few years will see a major internal conflict that will determine what kind of country the United States will be."

"NSA "Sincerely Regrets" Deleting All Bush-Era Surveillance Data It Was Ordered To Preserve" (Durden).

"The FISA Memo Is All The Ammo Trump Needs To Take On The CIA" (Luongo).  It would be nice to see some push-back, but tragically mistaken post-9/11 increases to the power of the IC mean that everybody is too terrified of the power they wield, putting them beyond any possible Constitutional control, meaning that the United States is literally beyond hope.   A dying dictatorship ruled by psychopaths, fortunately, for the rest of the world, incompetent psychopaths.  It doesn't help that one of the two major parties is fully along for the ride.

"US caught in a cleft stick in northern Syria" (Bhadrakumar).  Other than the big mistake of shooting down that Russian plane, Erdoğan has proven to be quite cautious and crafty, while consistently talking like a madman.  By attacking an isolated Syrian-Kurdish town isolated from the main traditional Kurdish areas, he makes his point to the Kurds without actually having to directly confront any major power, especially the Americans.  It is difficult not to see some kind of Turkish-Russian-Iranian plan at work.  I worry that Syrian Kurdish leaders are too blackmailed and bribed by the Americans and Khazars to get the obvious message.  As always, the only possible stable solution to keep everybody moderately happy and alive is an integral un-Yinonized Syrian state, with some kind of minor federal powers for the Kurds (control over education, language rights, that sort of thing).  As long as slumlord/settler President Jared is in power, and paid-off Kurdish leaders make dumb choices, that is not going to happen.

I see a considerable amount of cleverness and flexibility amongst the anti-imperialists outside the Empire, but literally no hope for those trapped within the Empire.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Massive headache

"Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, sources say".  If they get away with this comical nonsense it will be an excellent demonstration of how corrupt Canadian politicians and police actually are.

"False report about a Muslim woman in hijab being attacked in Canada?" (Angry Arab).  Doubt?  The family has profusely apologized for the whole mess.  She's eleven years old.  What are you going to do?  This isn't like the ubiquitous story of rabbis spray painting swastikas on synagogues, or the Mossad arranging for phony death threats to Jews, both false-flags in order to get more government money and sympathy for murder and land theft in the Middle East.  I'm guessing she decided to take the thing off, got caught by somebody who could tell her parents, and made up an extemporaneous story to explain herself without realizing how far, in the current virtue-signalling climate, this sort of thing can go with politicians and 'journalists'.

"Canada to reconsider Extradition Act in wake of Diab case" (with details of the filthy, filthy role of Conservative minister Rob Nicholson, who I hope is enjoying his shekels):
"Some countries Canada extradites citizens to do not return the favour.

Canada has extradition treaties with more than 30 countries, including Cuba. But those that will not extradite their own citizens include Austria, France, the Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland. Canada allows extradition to each.

(France, in but one example, has for four decades refused to extradite film director Roman Polanski to the U.S., although he pleaded guilty to an unlawful sex act with a minor in California, and then fled the country to evade punishment.)

The low bar for a requesting state, and high bar for an accused, leaves Canadian courts with their hands tied once the extradition ball starts rolling.

Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Maranger, who granted France's extradition request in 2011, was blunt in his assessment of France's case, saying it was "very problematic" and drew "suspect conclusions."

"The prospects of conviction in the context of a fair trial seem unlikely," Maranger predicted."
and (!; my emphasis in red):
"Nicholson's letter also dismissed the fact that Diab's passport did not show travel to France at the time of the bombing. The French, he pointed out, alleged that the bombers travelled on false passports, "thus making Mr Diab's 1980 passport corroborative of France's allegations against him."

In other words, the lack of any evidence in Diab's passport showing he was in France, helped prove he had been there at the time. French judges ultimately determined that "consistent evidence" backed Diab's claim that he was in Lebanon sitting exams at the time of the bombing."
Two simple rules:  1) no extradiction to any country, like France, with a completely corrupted (or beshekeled) judicial system, and 2) no extradiction to any country that refuses to extradite back (the 'Polankski rule').

"SYRIA: Tillerson’s Schizophrenia and Neocon-Approved “Assad Must Go” Policy" (McAdams).

""You Are Now Entering the American Sector" (Will Syria Be Partitioned?)" (Shamir):
"Americans never leave voluntarily. Whenever they come, they try and stay forever. They came to Philippines in 1898, and they are still there, despite many demands to get out. They came to Cuba in 1898, and they still stay there, despite many promises to leave blood-soaked Guantanamo. In 1945, they occupied Germany and Japan, and they are still there, only their puppets change. They came to South Korea, and they still stay there. They conquered Afghanistan in 2001, and they are still there.

Among many colonial powers, the US is the exceptional one by its stubborn stickiness. It is easier to get rid of a chewing gum that got stuck to your sole than the American presence.

It is difficult, but not impossible. The Vietnamese did it. It took them many years, five million of their own dead, fifty thousand dead American soldiers, ruination of their economy, destruction of forests, cities bombed, My Lai burned and raped, but they succeeded in dispatching the Yanks home.

The Lebanese did it. Just one successful suicide driver had got through the gate of the Marines’ encampment, and killed over two hundred Marines. The US gunboats bombarded unprotected Lebanese villages in the mountains, but afterwards the Yanks sailed home.

The Somalis did it. They downed a couple of Black Hawk helicopters and in a single day-long battle killed two dozen of America’s best. Afterwards, the Americans went home.

The question is how many dead bodies will Trump need in order to understand that there is no place like home, and that American presence in Syria is unwelcome. The Israelis will be upset if the Yanks leave. From the Israeli point of view there is nothing as good as an American military presence in Syria next door. But President Trump was elected by the Americans, and he has to make the right choice, the sooner the better."

"Trump versus Wolfowitz" (Stryker).  Not mentioning that this policy was ginned together not for American national interests, but purely for Zionist (Khazar-supremacist) interests.

"US military to maintain open-ended presence in Syria, Tillerson says".  "Tillerson denies US plans to form Syria border force". President Jared keeps ordering Rex to say stupid anti-MAGA settler-slumlord things, which Rex then tries to walk back, leaving American policy indeterminate.

"Drifting sands: America's strategy in Syria" (Bahzad).  The problem, as always, is that it is impossible to have a 'proper strategy' if you keep fighting wars, not for your national interests, but because your crooked politicians are bribed and blackmailed by Khazars.

We're now in opposite land, where Republicans are outraged at the IC abuses of the FISA court, and Democrats say it is no big deal:  ""Explosive", "Shocking" And "Alarming" FISA Memo Set To Rock DC, "End Mueller Investigation"" (Durden).  More of The Clarification.

Wow!:  "The less-mentioned lives of Mrs. Krim" (Cobban):
"Mrs. Johnson, meanwhile, was suffering from what was described as a massive headache, and stayed in Texas."
"A Foreign Policy of Sticks and Stones" (Feffer).  The best thing I've read on this issue.

"Chinese Engineer's Mysterious Disappearance Suddenly Takes On Geopolitical Significance" (Dorsey).  Tens of billions of dollars turning on whether the ISI will phone up their terrorist pals and get this guy back!

"Bret Stephens in NYT: “A Modest Immigration Proposal: Ban Jews”" (Sailer).

"Swiss Town Denies Passport To Dutch Vegan For Being "Too Annoying"" (Durden).

Thursday, January 18, 2018


"UK Government Denies Failing To Protect Nuclear Scientist Stabbed To Death In Suspected Kremlin Hit".  "The Man Who Knew Too Much".

If you didn't suffer from Putin Derangement Syndrome - connected directly to those warmongering for WWIII - one immediate question would pop to mind - if Putin is going around killing all these people, why is British intelligence and the British establishment going so far out of its way to cover up all these deaths?  Think about it - the scientist who identified the polonium that allegedly killed Litvinenko was immediately sent on an unrelated (?) task at the same Russian faculty that they claim was the source of the polonium, then came home and almost immediately suicided himself in a suspicious way.  All these deaths look exactly like MI6 cleaning up its own messes (which completely explains all the cover-ups).

If you read the second piece carefully it appears Puncher became aware he had erred in the frame-up of Russia for Litvinenko, thus requiring MI6 to remove him from the picture before he talked. That makes him just another honest scientist, like David Kelly, killed by British intelligence to remove a dangerous loose end.  They've now even got BuzzFeed to false-flag it!

Also don't forget all the dead Russian diplomats.

Looked and sounded classy

"US Policy Toward the Levant, Kurds and Turkey" by Joshua Landis.  Perfectly sensible advice but it doesn't advance Yinon so President Jared won't go for it.

The best thing about all this is that President Jared just isn't very smart, so all his clever ideas directly from the settlers are going to backfire:  "‘He wants to kill us’— Gazans fear for the worst as Trump severs aid to Palestinian refugees" (Kabariti).

"Trump Admin Commits to Forever War in Syria against Iran" (Cole).  The specific orders from Tel Aviv to President Jared on the blue and white hotline would be to block perceived Iranian influence in Syria by whatever means are still available, no matter how insane.

"The US-Assisted Evacuation of IS Militants from Syria – a Rerun of Operation ODESSA" (Minin).  Excellent analogy.

"In words and deeds: the genesis of Israeli violence" (Baroud).  The Khazars have been remarkably consistent over time.

Tweets by Esha on simply the most progressive man who has ever lived, the sainted Barry.  Also:
"You mean the good old days under Obama who dropped 26,171 bombs on 7 countries in a single year and nobody really gave a damn because he looked and sounded classy while doing it?"
"Inspector General: Awans Used "Unauthorized Access" To Transfer Congress' Data To Stolen Server" (Durden).  You have to love that they physically stole the server in the middle of the 'investigation'.

"What If Bannon Is The Architect Of The Whole Bannon-Trump Fight?"  "Steve Bannon refuses lawmakers' questions under 'White House instructions'".  "Bannon in the Chair" (Marshall).  'Flubbed'?

"The Literati’s Scourge of Putin and Trump" (Sniegoski).  Gessen has one problem with Putin, her perception that he is too close to traditional Russian religious leaders and thus has the wrong attitude on gay rights, but that issue wouldn't get her any traction, particularly in the United States, so she has constructed an entirely mythological view of Putin as dangerous imperialist totalitarian.

"KAL 007: What the U.S. Knew and When it Knew it" (Husseini).  Note the ad for 'Zero Net Migration'!

The worst!:  "The Cotton Doctrine: More Wars, Less Security" (Preble).

Predictable spin on Hello, Newman news:  "Senior Democratic Staffer: ‘We Do Not Care About Anti-Semitism’".

"Photographer starts petition against OxyContin billionaires".