Sunday, November 04, 2018

Extraordinary Turn of Events

"NYT: US Soldiers Enlist to Die for Israel, Not Defend Our Borders" (Sol).  "How Dare Trump Defend the Border Instead of Fighting in the Middle East?" (Sailer).  The Clarification.

"Canada has the tools to fight back against hatred and racism. We should use them" (Scheininger).  The Clarification.
". . . Canada would be in a unique position with its values, history and experience to provide global leadership to combat expressions of bigotry and racism, assuming the further appropriate steps, as noted, are also taken. It is clear that the scourge of neo-nationalistic hatred is an international problem requiring co-ordination and co-operation among countries. We no longer have borders, let alone walls, when it comes to communications. The challenges are great, but Canada has now established its credentials of being ahead of the pack on a number of new, progressive and creative movements and initiatives. This is a natural area for Canada to be in the forefront in providing effective leadership in dealing with this monumental, universal problem."
It is striking how much real interference with freedom of speech has happened in just the last year, even the last few weeks (with much more to come), with almost no official notice (Trump occasionally mentions it, but nothing is done), almost all of it turning on the supremacist interests of the usual tiny group.

"Israel stooges freak out over Baroness Jenny’s remarks – again" (Littlewood).

"33 Trillion More Reasons Why The New York Times Gets it Wrong on Russia-gate" (Porter).  (Consortium News, having far, far too many readers, is attempting to fix the problem with an illegible steampunk website):
"To put the 33 trillion figure over two years in perspective, the 80,000 Russian-origin Facebook posts represented just .0000000024 of total Facebook content in that time.

Shane and Mazzetti did not report the 33 trillion number even though The New York Times’ own coverage of that 2017 Stretch testimony explicitly stated, “Facebook cautioned that the Russia-linked posts represented a minuscule amount of content compared with the billions of posts that flow through users’ News Feeds everyday.”

The Times‘ touting of the bogus 126 million out 137 million voters, while not reporting the 33 trillion figure, should vie in the annals of journalism as one of the most spectacularly misleading uses of statistics of all time. "
"Trudeau won’t stop $12bn of arms sales to Saudi after Khashoggi’s death because money always wins over murder" (Fisk).

Toxic interstiality!:  "Classic Example of NYT Burying Inconvenient Fact Toward End of Article: Synagogue Graffiti Offender Was Black" and "Extraordinary Turn of Events in Synagogue Anti-Semitic Graffiti Case: Accused Is Black, Gay, AND A Democratic Activist" and "James Polite's Facebook: The Gay, Black Intern Accused Of Synagogue Vandalism...And Arson!" (Sailer) (also).

"The New U.S. Strategy in Syria is Bound to Fail" (Samuri) (shockingly, the new American policy, while bearing no possible connection to real American national interests, is exactly what the Jews have been whining for, if you can believe such a wild coincidence!):
"According to Stratfor, an American geopolitical intelligence platform and publisher, the U.S. is focused on the full withdrawal of the Iranian military and their proxies from Syria, as well as on changing the current Syrian government."
"Saudi Prince Khaled bin Talal freed from detention".

"Evangelicals Meet Prince Mohammed" (Aangirfan).

"Black Sun Over Kiev" (Penner).  Good summary of the stark contrast between (((media))) reporting on Ukraine and what actually happened/is happening.  The reporting, as always, is just a series of outright lies (based, of course, on the fact that Putin is interfering with the construction of the Zionist Empire).

"The CIA's communications suffered a catastrophic compromise. It started in Iran." (at least there is still some use for Google search):
"At the CIA, there was “shock and awe” about the simplicity of the technique the Iranians used to successfully compromise the system, said one former official.

In fact, the Iranians used Google to identify the website the CIA was using to communicate with agents. Because Google is continuously scraping the internet for information about all the world’s websites, it can function as a tremendous investigative tool — even for counter-espionage purposes. And Google’s search functions allow users to employ advanced operators — like “AND,” “OR,” and other, much more sophisticated ones — that weed out and isolate websites and online data with extreme specificity.

According to the former intelligence official, once the Iranian double agent showed Iranian intelligence the website used to communicate with his or her CIA handlers, they began to scour the internet for websites with similar digital signifiers or components — eventually hitting on the right string of advanced search terms to locate other secret CIA websites. From there, Iranian intelligence tracked who was visiting these sites, and from where, and began to unravel the wider CIA network. "
Read on to see how they arranged for the firing of the whistle blower in lieu of fixing the problem!
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