Thursday, March 22, 2018

A monkey for a son

You have to find it funny that the Cambridge Analytica investigation was supposed to be an attack on Trump but immediately backfired and took out the Democrat's man, the vile and crooked monster Zuck. 

"Edward Snowden: Facebook Is A Surveillance Company Rebranded As "Social Media"" (Durden).  "Face it: Cambridge Analytica story proves Facebook doesn’t give a toss about privacy or democracy" (Ryan).  "The Ultimate Guide To Freeing Yourself From Facebook And Keeping All of Your Data".

The more we find out, the more spectacular the backfiring of Russiagate.  "Funny, When Obama Harvested Facebook Data On Millions Of Users To Win In 2012, Everyone Cheered". ""It Wasn't Russia," It Was Obama-Based Social Media Mining That Beat Hillary" (Lapinski)

"What did the Salisbury physician mean by “no patients have experienced symptoms of nerve agent poisoning”?" We've got this constant tension between making the alleged attack as bad as possible - to get to WWIII - and not scaring the civilians too much by leaving the idea that their government is incapable, or unwilling, to protect them.

I'm guessing you won't see pictures and videos and mass phony wailing in the asshole pro-terrorist media about this attack (or, most likely, if you do it will be blamed on the Syrian government!):  "Syrian "Rebels" Massacre Civilians In Rocket Attack Days After Assad Drives Himself To Ghouta".  Of course, we're told the Syrians have to exercise restraint and leave the terrorists be so they can advance Zionist goals.

"Ahed Tamimi, 17, to serve 8 months in prison for slapping soldier in occupied village" (Patel).  "Israeli town halts property sales after realizing most buyers were Palestinians" (Nassar).  "Chief rabbi cites racist comparisons between 'negroes' and monkeys" (in response to the usual anti-Semitic whining, he points out that he is just commenting on actual Jewish religious texts on the vital issue of how many trees to bless, so it's ok then):
"The halachic question revolves around whether to bless one tree or at least two and in this context, Rabbi Yosef offered examples of other blessings, for example the blessing of "strange creatures" that evoke attention or repulsion, rather than aesthetic pleasure.

“Someone who sees strange creatures blesses them,” he said. “You see a negro, bless him as an exceptional creature. Which negro? When his father and mother are white and he comes out black.” The rabbi emphasized that “not every negro needs to be blessed” and that it only applied to a black person who was born to white parents.

Elaborating on the halachic matter, Rabbi Yosef continued: “You go around in the streets of America, every five minutes you will see a negro. Do you bless him as an ‘exceptional creature?’ However, he should be a negro whose father and mother are white.

“We don’t say a blessing for every negro … He needs to be a negro whose father and mother are white … if you know, they had a monkey for a son, they had a son like that,” Rabbi Yosef continued. "So what will you say, that there needs to be two negroes? No, but this an example that the Gemorah (commentary on the Mishnah, the Oral Torah) gave. So the same applies to trees.”"
"American actor attacked for supporting BDS.  Dersh's long memory (the long vindictive memory is one of the reasons the Khazars are universally loved wherever they go).  The incumbent governor who she's trying to primary is simply spectacularly awful:  "It's not all that crazy to think Cynthia Nixon could be the next New York governor".

The mystery of the Jew York Times and Wars For The Jews: "Tomgram: Andrew Bacevich, A Memo to the Publisher of the New York Times" (Bacevich).
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