Friday, June 22, 2018

Rare earth

I know this blog can be mighty gloomy, but some days are filled with pure joy.

"US Leaves UNHRC: Big Step to Isolation" (Savitsky).  Just to make a point about abject fealty to Israel, which, once made, is immediately forgotten.  Now the Council can do its thing without improper inside interference. Tweets (David Kaye).  "US not superpower, operates as colony of Israel: Author".  It is not a good look to pull out in a huff from an organization that you used to deftly use as a tool of your imperial dominance.

"Israel’s solution to global condemnation of war crimes? Punish anyone who documents them" (Johnson).

Tweet (Alex Emmons):
"Haim Saban emailed six Senators directly to reprimand them for speaking out on the humanitarian crisis in Gaza: “Do your homework, unless you have chosen to blindly follow Senator Sander’s ill advised, misinformed, simplistic, and ignorant lead.""
France, toatally cucked to the Zionists, straight-up lied to the Canadian government in the Diab case about not having exculpatory evidence, while the entire basis of extradition applications is that the extraditing government can completely rely on the statements of the applying government:  "France told Canada key evidence did not exist in Hassan Diab terrorism case".  Canada has decided to have the fuckwits who made the mistake - and let's stop to remember that this was a horrible, simply unforgivable, mistake - examine whether any mistake was made!:  "Internal review of Hassan Diab's extradition tainted by conflict of interest, says lawyer".

How could the most lovable people on earth uniquely keep facing this irrational hatred all over the world and all through time?:  "‘Ali is on the grill!’ Israeli settlers celebrate burning of Palestinian baby" (Ofir).

"The Israeli former minister spying for Iran: much bigger than Elie Cohen of Damascus" (Angry Arab).

"Colonial feminism".

"Was It All Just Pilot Error? IG Report Says No Political Bias Found in FBI Investigation of Clinton Email" (Van Buren).  Perhaps not in the way they intended!  Their bumbling incompetence is one of the reasons, besides the obvious constitutional problems, they shouldn't even try to meddle.

"The big money, lobbyists and Blairites behind Stop Brexit outfits" (Hughes). Part of the bigger Zionist attack on Corbyn.

"Sexy metal: the missing element in the Korean puzzle" (Escobar).

"Pity The Russophobe Journos Whom No One Believes" (Moon).   A repeat of the insane coverage of the Olympics, but in the era of #Russiagate, so even more ridiculous.

Ha!:  "Raised eyebrows as Madeleine Albright & Bana Alabed to be honored for ‘defending freedom’".  They seem to have missed the fact that combining them brings out the deep rottenness of each.

"Yemen: Al-Hudaydah Airport Still Remains Contested" (South Front).  More evidence that you simply can't rely on the (((media))) to tell you what is really going on.

Tweet (Thomas Juneau):
"An Arab country (Morocco) losing a soccer game against Iran because of an own goal tells you everything you need to know about Middle East politics: Iran plays defense, doesn't do much, wins."
"Internment Camps for Child Migrants" (Ahthion).  History of the root cause for all these immigrants.

Speaking of which:  "Violence flares up in Nicaragua after suspension of peace talks". What to do if you are aware enough to know you're in a color revolution sponsored by the Americans but you still want to see reforms?:  "The Students of Nicaragua’s April Uprising" (Hanson/Gomez).  The US withdrawal from the UNHRC, 'colonial feminism', and the uprising in Nicaragua, all the same story.

"USA’s ‘soft coup’ in Ethiopia" (Mountain).

MbS and MbZ are almost like Bond villains:  ""Qatar Island": Saudis Launch Massive Canal Project To Cut Off Neighbor" (Durden):  "It almost sounds too insane to be believed . . . ".

"UAE collaboration with Israel dates back to 1990s" (Nassar).

The imperialism of secrecy:  "Assange and Truth: the Deeper (Harder) Issue" (Babbitt).  "The Long Captivity of Julian Assange" (Shamir).

Using familial DNA to identify unidentified bodies:  "Finding Jane Doe's real name: Local DNA sleuth is on the case ".

"2 Investigates reignites interest in 'The Doodler' serial killer case from the 1970s".  They've 'identified' a suspect (although they are quibbling about the term 'identified') (see also). I imagine it is the same suspect they've always had, but couldn't prosecute as witnesses were afraid to 'out' themselves at the time.  Excellent background:  "The Untold Story of the Doodler Murders" (Green).
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