Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Rootless hair shafts

"VIDEO: Anthony Bourdain’s Last Interview".  Suicidal?  "Was Anthony Bourdain Murdered for Humanising Palestinians?"  Not crazy at all, as the Khazars have an obvious scorched-earth policy in dealing with even the slightest deviation from their supremacist orthodoxy.

Seemingly endless article documenting in minute detail how conventionally American Bourdain's opinions were (probably explaining why he was so universally beloved by Americans - he exemplified this idea that even though the American government does atrocious things, Americans themselves are actually kind and well-meaning people who just want everybody to get along):  "Anthony Bourdain’s State Department Smorgasbord".  Comment at OffGuardian by tutisicecream:
"Interesting insight into the underbelly of the MSM and it’s ever increasing ways to create the story in order take-in the population at large. To feed them a memes based diet at every turn.

This part grabbed my eye:

“According to Bourdain, one of the security personnel available to him was

a British guy who’s sort of in and out of public service, shall we say. Sometimes he’s helping film crews, other times he’s suddenly vacationing in Libya during the run up to the revolution. He was sending me emails saying, “Oh it’s awesome here. The kids are great. There’s like a Libyan anti-Gaddafi rap scene. It’s a really hopeful awesome place. You should totally come here.” So from that point on we were looking.

Someone doesn’t necessarily need to be a treasured asset of the Time Warner media empire in order to work with MI6 officers fomenting regime change, but it can’t hurt.”

Is this James LeMesurier and his private company Mayday of the White Helmets fame? Highly possible, it’s known he was working in Libya. This in and out of public service… involved with training/helping film crews… setting narratives [stories for public consumption] such as Little Bana… All reminds me of the other story creator for MI6 Christopher Steele his private company Orbis linked to many fake narratives and the Skripal affair."
"George Clooney’s Monsters: Read About the White Helmets".  The PR movie-making business is tough on everybody.

I guess somebody in the British intelligence unit that publishes the Guardian still thinks it is worthwhile to flog this dead horse:  "The Guardian mounts defence of British government lies over Skripals" (Shaoul).

"Israeli army edits video of Palestinian medic its troops shot dead to misleadingly show she was 'human shield for Hamas'" (McKernan) (also, isn't supremacism amazing?!).  It is funny (((they))) aren't more competent at lying, but (((they))) assume the (((media))) will have (((their))) backs. "NYT Carries IDF Attack on Murdered Medic–Reveals It’s a Smear in 20th Paragraph" (Johnson). Buchsbaum, again.

"Queen Maxima of the Netherlands' Sister, 33, Found Dead in Her Home of Apparent Suicide".  See!:  "Blind Item #6 - The Videographer" (CDaN).

David Koch, mysteriously retired (who retires from being an asshole?), gets epsteined and makes the gossip blinds:  "Blind Item #4 - A Birdie Blind Item" (CDaN). The lesson is that even the biggest asshole can fall into a trap set by bigger assholes.

"Documents reveal the vast influence of Koch brothers in US universities and public schools" (Simkins).

"More Than Just Russia — There’s a Strong Case for the Trump Team Colluding With Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the UAE" (Scahill).  I haven't got the time (who does?) to watch what is no doubt a lousy propaganda video, but the comments are mostly woke.  The Clintonistas, for the purposes of WWIII, and their need to avoid positive political policies, need the villain to be Putin, even as what evidence there is of hanky-panky points towards Israel and MbZ.  See also (it never ends, despite the fact the unceasing nonsense has obviously started to hurt the Democrats politically, and all the evidence thus far points directly to a Barry-Killary trick to subvert Trump's campaign using illegal means, while trying to jump-start WWIII):  "There’s actually lots of evidence of Trump-Russia collusion" (Yglesias).

Tweet (Malinka 🔸(Tanya P.)) on how Bellingcat works Twitter with his amen corner.  Niqnaq compilation of Tweets of a cat obsessed with its balls.  "Fancy Bear Exposed-the People Behind the Hacking Group" (Eliason):
"Let’s start at the end and then lets up the stakes again. The Russian Fancy Bear Hackers everyone is looking for are Ukrainian nationalists in Ukraine and the USA."
"Knesset foils efforts to end Israeli apartheid" (Cook).  The Clarification - universal human rights is 'anti-Semitic'.

"Why Does Imran Awan Work At His Clinton-Linked Attorney's Law Firm?" (Durden).  The Clintonistas are shamelessly flaunting the fact that nothing out of this scandal is going to harm them.

"Understanding Jewish Power" (Giraldi).  The best thing to come out of recent developments is that it is now comical when anybody tries to deny Khazar power.

"Maltese Professor Interacted With Institutions Known For Propaganda Peddling" (Craddick):
"In the latest revelation concerning the ‘mysterious Maltese Professor,’ Joseph Mifsud, and his involvement in the “Russiagate” saga, Disobedient Media can additionally reveal that Mifsud interacted on a number of occasions with individuals tied to think tanks known for engaging in “pay to play” behavior for the purposes of pushing specific policies on behalf of donors. The involvement of these institutes, which include the Atlantic Council, Brookings Institute and Open Society Foundation raises questions about whether or not certain private parties were involved with efforts to target Donald Trump’s presidential campaign for their own political benefit."
A tough row to hoe, given Soros' own public boasting, but it is done with elaborate strawmen (he wasn't a 'Nazi' as he wasn't in the SS, or wasn't a signed-up member of the Nazi Party):  "George Soros is not a Nazi, explained".

"Austrian Chancellor, Whose Deputy's Party Has anti-Semitic Roots, Visits Israel".  "Anti-Semitic Cartoon Removed From Far-right Austrian Vice Chancellor's Facebook Page".

Finally (sheesh! - are the Kurds just morons?):  "US-Backed Kurds Agree To "Unconditional Talks" With Syrian Government After Pentagon-Turkey Deal".

I wouldn't hope for any help there, despite the fact it is clearly the right and obligation of the Australian government to be screaming bloody murder in diplomatic protests over what is being done to an Australian citizen:  "Pressure Builds On Australian Government To Act On Assange Stalemate" (Tranter).  Have you noticed that the most vehement critics of Assange are 'journalists', no doubt embarrassed at how he constantly upstages their incompetence and toadying?  Some room for hope:  "Is The Zeitgeist Finally Shifting In Favor Of Julian Assange?" (Vos).

"The Democrats Out-Right the Right on North Korean Summit" (Baraka).  At least they are consistent!  Note we've come full circle back to the Scoop Jackson era, where the craziest neocons were Democrats.  Related:  "CNN’s Warm Welcome to Far-Right Pundit Shows No Limit to Trumpwashing" (Johnson).

"French Thought Police and the Creeping Dictatorship of Virtue" (Bricmont).

"American Christians' Vision of God Looks Suspiciously Like Elon Musk" (Hongo).

I assume actual girls will eventually stop bothering with athletics, giving them more time to further dominate boys in academics:  "Transgender sprinter, a biological male, runs as girl in state meet—and absolutely crushes the field":
"“A lot of people have asked, ‘Can you run a separate race, can you put an asterisk next to their name, do something that shows there is a standard that is different from that?'” CIAC executive director Karissa Niehoff noted to the CT Post. “When you get into that playing out, you have got civil rights issues.”"
"Air Force officer missing for 35 years found living in California":
"The Air Force said that Hughes had a "Top Secret/Single Scope Background Investigation" clearance at the time of his disappearance.
His mysterious disappearance during the Cold War spurred theories that he had been abducted by the Soviet Union or defected to what was then known as the USSR to work against the US.
In 1985 and 1986, several French and American rocket ships failed to launch properly and subsequently exploded, including the Challenger space shuttle. In the wake of those disasters, Los Angeles Times journalist Tad Szulc reported in July of 1986 that intelligence officers believed the rockets may have been sabotaged with Hughes' help.
"(Intelligence officers) see a clear link between Hughes and possible sabotage of the American and French launches," the newspaper reported then.
"He is worth his weight in gold to the Russians in terms of future 'Star Wars,' if we have them," one intelligence officer told the Times."
"NCCA Polygraph Countermeasure Course Files Leaked".

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