Saturday, December 22, 2018


"“Throw Them All Out!” The Yellow Vests Uprising in France" (Marlière).  Leaderless, unmediated democracy makes everybody nervous.  There is an accepted standard-bearer group for each political persuasion, and it is understood that any political uprisings of that type will be taken over and herded by the appropriate leaders, so any enthusiasms won't lead to any real problems.

Tweet (Louis Allday):
"In many cases, the people who are now bemoaning the potential withdrawal of US military forces from Syria are the very same people who spent years pretending they weren't there, that the US "hadn't intervened" and slandering anyone who pointed out that it had on a massive scale."
Tweet (Joe Catron):
"I don't think critics of Trump's withdrawal from Syria and reduction of forces in Afghanistan are simply shameless political opportunists, as some do. I think they're genuinely pro-war and horrified by any steps, however modest, to limit the United States' imperial footprint."
Tweet (Hillary Clinton), and its responses!:
"Actions have consequences, and whether we’re in Syria or not, the people who want to harm us are there & at war. Isolationism is weakness. Empowering ISIS is dangerous. Playing into Russia & Iran’s hands is foolish. This President is putting our national security at grave risk."
"Facebook Censoring Images Of Starving Children In Yemen".

"“Canadian Terror Patsies” Walk Free… but Media Cover-up Begins re “TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE”" (Greencrow).  The Canadian courts have consistently been appalling in allowing  entrapment by government-paid agents in railroading Muslims for supposed terrorist planning.  The first time a court gets it right the (((media))) has nothing to say about it, because it doesn't fit the (((narrative))).  It is true that these entrapment cases become false-flags if they are allowed to run to their conclusion, whether intentionally or, like in Oklahoma City, through police incompetence.

"The Other Gulf State That Is Manipulating U.S. Mideast Policy" (Beam/Low).  MbZ.  Much more dangerous than MbS, as MbZ is not an idiot.

"Ex-Diplomat: US Elites Alarmed That Trump May Accomplish Promised Foreign Policy". Despite Trump being captured by Sheldon's shekels, the never-Trumpers - like Kristol - have always been motivated by the fear that Trump would eventually do what he campaigned on.

"Trump made the right decision to quit Syrian conflict" (Bhadrakumar):
"The alliance with the Kurdish militia in Syria has severely damaged US-Turkish relations. Turkey will never allow the creation of a Kurdish homeland on its borders, and it has a congruence of interests with Iraq and Iran – and even Syria – in this regard.

On the other hand, without a strong partnership with Turkey, a “swing” state overlooking several regions, American strategies not only in the Greater Middle East but also in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Balkans, the Black Sea and the Caucasus will be at a serious disadvantage. Now, is that something the US can afford?

The US has done a great injustice to the Kurds by giving them false hopes. Leave them alone. They will reconcile with Damascus, availing of the good offices of Russians who have dealt with them from time immemorial.

Plainly put, the Pentagon’s trainers and Special Forces “embedded” with Kurdish men and women fighters helped develop romantic notions of creating an independent country for their partners. This should never have happened. "
"British Government Covert Anti-Russian Propaganda and the Skripal Case" (Murray).  Possible evidence that the wonderfully-named Integrity Initiative ran/runs the Skripal false-flag.

"White Helmets Engaged in Looting, Human Organ Trafficking in Syria – Watchdog".  Luckily, Justin has solved Canada's illegal organ shortage.

This is part of the convoluted Khazar campaign to get Sarsour - treif, as she has Kevin Bacon thing going on with Farrakhan - removed from the Resistance:  "Women’s March in Washington State Disbands Citing Farrakhan Ties to National Leadership".
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