Thursday, July 05, 2018

Strong human rights elements

"Israel is arming neo-Nazis in Ukraine" (Winstanley):
"A spokesperson for the Canadian defense department later sent a statement claiming that their “training of Ukrainian Armed Forces through Operation Unifier incorporates strong human rights elements.”

They said Canada is “strongly opposed to the glorification of Nazism and all forms of racism” but that “every country must come to grips with difficult periods in its past.”

The spokesperson, who did not provide a name, wrote that Canadian training “includes ongoing dialogue on the development of a diverse, and inclusive Ukraine.”

The statement said nothing about how alleged Canadian diversity training goes down with the Azov Battalion."
It messes up the narrative when Jew hatred is the worst thing in the world, and stopping it is the ostensible motive for numerous wars and planned wars, but the Jewish state and its lackeys arm actual neo-Nazis.

The Amesbury Mystery"(Murray):
"If it is however true that two separate attacks have been carried out with “novichok” a few miles either side of Porton Down, where “novichok” is synthesised and stored for “testing purposes”, what does Occam’s razor suggest is the source of the nerve agent? A question not one MSM journalist seems to have asked themselves tonight."
"Anti-Russian Blood Libel in the UK Again – More Fake Poisonings, This Time of Random British People" (Anglin).

"Kushner gives Israel’s military-intelligence sub-state a blank check" (Madsen). Did you notice how President Jared had his security clearance - lost for giving classified information to MbS - quietly restored right after he returned from his embassy victory trip to Israel?  The (((media))) clearly wanted to underplay this story as much as possible.

More on Trump's anti-MAGA position on Venezuela:  "‘Why can’t the US just simply invade?’ Officials say Trump pushed U.S. military overthrow in Venezuela" (Queally).  You know you've had a terrible idea when the Colombians reject it.

"Venezuelan Presidential Elections: An "on the Ground" Canadian Perspective" (pdf). Yet the official Canadian government position is the ridiculous one that is just a rubber stamp of American State Department PR.  The official Canadian government position is to always back up the positions of the Americans, as part of an understanding that this will lead to American reasonableness on things like trade.  Look how that has worked out!  "An Open Letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Venezuela" (Páez Víctor). 

It is embarrassing to do all these dick moves for your asshole master, and get fuck all in return.  "Trump Threatens Canada: “Defence” Community Remains Silent" (Engler).  "Ten Reasons Canada Should Get Out of NAFTA" (Orchard).  There are some Canadians who are just right about stuff generally:  Suzuki, Barlow, Gwyn, Hellyer.  Engler and Orchard are in that group.

There's a surprising sudden outburst of populist grassroots anti-Americanism in Canada at the moment.  People have started to go out of their way to avoid American products.

"Washington Moves Against Rafael Correa" (Roberts).  Part of The Clarification is that Trump breaks every polite understanding that hid his, and his predecessors', status as Kings of Assholia.

"The Singapore-Helsinki Express" (Shamir).  Very good until the end when he raises the bizarre idea that Trump is concerned about the plight of various head loppers and human organ eaters (aka, allies).  Woke first comment by Rational.

"Is Rudy Giuliani a terrorist?" (Alexis).  Rhetorical question.

"Yemen’s Media Blackout — the Language of War" (Shakdam).  "United Arab Emirate Soldiers Tortured, Sexually Abused Yemeni Prisoners: UN".  One thing moral people could do is refuse to fly on Emirates Airline until MbZ's head is on a pike.
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