Saturday, February 16, 2019

Mysterious high-pitched scream

Tweet (Charles Shoebridge):
"Although his ‘sick and tired of rebels and activists using dead children’ tweet was tweeted in anger and suggested he knew such staging happened a lot. He soon deleted his tweet, later claiming he’d been referring only to one specific dead child’s pose"
Tweet (Afshin Rattansi):
"Not only US Cruise Missile Attacks for lies about WMD..but UK attacks ordered by backed by MPs 1/1"
"BBC Producer Comes Forward and Admits Assad Gassing was Fake" (Batty). It is not uncommon to have an admission of a false flag years after the fact, often as a kind of boasting of how well they tricked us, but a devastating admission of 'journalistic' lying is rare within a year of the incident.

Tweet (Mark Curtis):
"With Venezuela regime change, fabricated stories about Assange, platforming for MI5, campaign against Corbyn, no coverage of UK support for Egypt/Israel etc etc, we have to legitimately ask: who are the forces behind the Guardian?"
"Canadian Media boosts Trudeau’s Popularity Over Venezuela" (Engler).  Note the full-spectrum political, and 'journalism', support for the atrocities against both Libya and Venezuela.

"‘Progressive’ Trudeau Government Attacks Venezuela" (Clarke).  Clarke has a lifetime of working in the trenches as a real socialist.

"Venezuela & The Mighty Wurlitzer" (Nelson).  I think the verb that should be used to describe doing 'journalism' is 'committing', as in committing a crime.

Tweet (Don Foreman) (it's a 'journalist's' technique, something like a limited hangout, to pretend to care about the details you've mangled in order to protect the bigger lies):
"Canadian News gives almost an apology for spreading fake news on and helping the manufacturer consent for a military invasion. "
 Tweet (venezuelanalysis.com):
"Seems like a great piece of business. First you grab over $1 billion in gold that does not belong to you, then send $8 million in "aid""
"The Deep Hurt: Lessons From American Coups" (Welton). History of American 'benevolence'.

"NPR misleads public in report on AIPAC vs Ilhan Omar" (Weir). "Meddling, anyone? Pro-Israel groups spent $22 million on lobbying & campaign contributions in 2018".  These are the public benjamins, but we mustn't forget the hard toil of Shlomo schlepping those quiet bags to people like Trump.

Gas The Kikes for the 21st century.

"The 'Disappearing Democrat' Scandal - Part 1" (Donner) (part two).  A lot of the ridiculous allegations against Trump are a (successful) attempt to change the subject.

Tweet (annie fofani) (worth bearing in mind when considering that the dim Weiss was hired, and the brilliant Norton unhired, simultaneously):
"like bari weiss's father is literally a member of the AIPAC National Council. getting young lobby up n comers into influential placement (preferably lifetime) in prominent media positions (as if they were neutral!) is a goal. the next generation is upon us"
Holocaust denial.  With the express call for war on Iran, and this, Bibi had quite the electioneering week.

"Warsaw summit was a failure for Trump - but a win for Netanyahu" (Parsi).  "Trump’s Attempt to Strongarm Europe on Iran Crashes and Burns" (Cole).

Speaking of false flags:  "Ahval reveals a top secret EU report: ''AKP commissioned ISIS for Ankara Massacre''".  Remember that Erdoğan and his family were (are?) very close to ISIS.

"Four For Friday - The First One" (CDaN).  Kilgallen.

"Hottest New Stormer Forced Meme: The Anti-Semitic Canard!" (Anglin).

Tweet (DPRK News Service):
"US Florida province veterinarians inundated with calls to treat anxiety in dogs, as mysterious high-pitched scream bombards state for third day."
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