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).

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