Monday, March 12, 2018

Wet naps

"Theresa May To Blame Russia For Nerve Gas Attack; "Full Spectrum" Of Sanctions To Follow" (Durden).  "UK to Roll Out Its Version of Magnitsky Act Amid Ex-Russian Spy’s Case – Reports".  Brits lack subtlety.  The cumulative effect of all these sanctions is to weaken the local economy, while forcing the Russians to be more creative, thus strengthening Russia in the long term while having no effect on Russian plans and strategy.  It's hilarious.

Not surprisingly, vague and sloppy with the Official Story:  "The Skripal Incident-Another Anti-Russian Provocation" (Black) and "Still no facts in UK/Russia double agent poisoning case" (Stevens) and "The Skripal Case: an open thread".

They needed to increase the perceived danger to the general public for PR purposes, but without causing a mass panic, so . . . wet naps, the 'duck and cover' of sarin/VR.

"Beware of Saudis bearing mega-city projects" (Madsen).  The lastest Palestinian mass transfer plan.  See also:  "Egypt moves $15 billion closer to Israel" (Karmi).

"" ... we have no idea, because we aren’t even seeking answers." Christopher Mellon" (Lang).  UFOs stopped appearing once video cameras in phones became ubiquitous.  Since they were a myth to cover military testing, actual evidence, or lack thereof, became a problem.

"George Nader, Cooperating Witness In Mueller Probe, Was Arrested For Child Pornography In The 1980s" (Grim/Swisher).  CDaN.

The perils of pretendianism when you are trying to run an identity politics scam:  "Warren: No to White House bid, DNA test; says heritage 'part of who I am'".

The Rothschilds turn on the uppity slum lords who are trying to take all the Zionist glory (note the illustration!):  "Jared Kushner appears to be in trouble".
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