Friday, March 22, 2019

Replacement theory

Ruining American foreign policy for a chance at helping crooked Bibi's reelection (the Orgy Island Mossad blackmail of Trump, or perhaps a series of other blackmail schemes, is paying off):  "Trump's Mideast Bombshell: US Must Back Israeli Sovereignty Over Golan Heights" (Durden).

Tweets (Khaled Elgindy):
"If you imagine that Trump's statement on the is not a big deal or somehow does not affect Israel/Palestine track, think again. Thread..."
"MIGA Agenda in Action! Trump Hands Over Golan Heights to Israel" (Batty).

So I have to assume the sanctions on Russia ostensibly for the annexation of Crimea will be immediately ended.

"HARPER: PRESIDENT TRUMP NEEDS A GOOD PLUMBER".  Good summary of the Boltonization of Trump's Presidency.  Also:  "Yet Another Victor Cha’s Attempt to Stall US-DPRK Talks, or was it John Bolton’s?" (Asmolov).

"16 Years After Iraq, the US Has Become a Nation of Passive Neocons" (Webb).

"Don’t Spy for Me Argentina" (Madsen).

The Pentagon can't find two nickles to rub together.  "Whose Blood, Whose Treasure?" (Astore). "Bloomberg’s Armsmaker-Funded Columnist Wants You to Know: Military Spending Is Woke" (Johnson).  "No, the Left Should Not ‘Learn to Love’ the Military-Industrial Complex" (Levitz).  Tweet (Ben Norton):
"Some other instant classics recently written by Bloomberg Opinion columnist , "Henry Kissinger Distinguished Professor" at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (a notorious pipeline to the US government) Now this is some tasty propaganda!"
"Pompeo Arrives at Western Wall With Netanyahu, a First Visit of U.S. Diplomat With Israeli Official" (Landau) (also):
"U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived on Thursday afternoon for a visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall, where he was accompanied by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. 
This is the first-ever visit of a top U.S. diplomat to the Western Wall with an accompaniment of an Israeli official.
In the past, most American officials avoided visiting the site because it is considered by the majority of the international community to be situated in a disputed territory that is not under Israeli sovereignty."
Tweets (V. Judah Khaykin) ["Why does Mark Potok, senior fellow at the SPLC, keep a list on his wall of the non-hispanic white population by the decade?"]:
"Replacement theory is really important to understand as it is one of the central pillars of White Nationalism. Unfortunately, this piece by fails to identify a central factor of replacement theory: who is responsible. THREAD"
"Yellow Vests Apocalypse: Military Units Deployed, Police Head Wants to Use Live Rounds" (weev).

"Antisemitic Graffiti in France: Whatcha Doin’ Mr. Asylum Director?" (Diversity Macht Frei).

Birthright leader attempts to increase the number of Khazar births:  "Michael Steinhardt, a Leader in Jewish Philanthropy, Is Accused of a Pattern of Sexual Harassment" (Otterman/Dreyfus).

"After Bleeding Thailand Dry, Soros is Going in for the Kill" (Perier).  "US and Soros Take Stab at Thai Elections" (Cartalucci). And HRW.

Tweets by Trevor Sumner:  "The Best Analysis Of What Really Happened To The Boeing 737 Max From A Pilot & Software Engineer" (Durden).  "Pilot Who Hitched a Ride Saved Lion Air 737 Day Before Deadly Crash" (Levin/Suhartono).  Safety was an option:  "Doomed Boeing 737s Lacked 'Optional Safety Features'; Ethiopian Air Captain Skipped Training" (Durden).

"A New Book Claims Jared Kushner Didn’t Think Karlie Kloss Was Good Enough To Marry His Brother" (Kristian).

"New Zealand mosque attacks: Wrong person listed as a victim".

"Canada’s SNC-Lavalin Affair: The Site C Dam Project and Bulk Water Export" (Nelson). An excellent conspiracy reason for Trudeau to be so particularly solicitous of the obvious crooks at SNC-Lavalin.

"Former ICTY Lawyer Comments on the Karadzic Verdict" (Black).

"On Ilhan Omar, Assad Fetishism, and the Danger of Red-Brown “Anti-Imperialism”" (Draitser).  Crap tweet by Omar - a rare misstep - and super-crap commentary, part of the obvious deterioration of Counterpunch.  There's a pattern forming of this odious monster-protecting crap:  "Day of Wrath" (Steppling).  Wokenness is breaking out all over, and some people are worried.

"Exclusive: How Iran fuel oil exports beat U.S. sanctions in tanker odyssey to Asia" (Rothschilds).  "Empire Of Chaos Crumbles As Iran Outflanks US In Iraq & Beyond" (Luongo).

"Facebook Stored Millions of Passwords in Plaintext—Change Yours Now" (Newman).  "Porn and the state: when size really does matter" (Ramanauskas):
"What looks set to happen is that members of the public will have to provide their personal information to a company which will then not only know that the person watches pornography, but also the specific type. Given that some firms have a woeful track record of protecting customer data, this could risk getting into the wrong hands. For example, criminals may decide to blackmail users by threatening to reveal that they have viewed pornography. Or, the data, no matter how encrypted it is, may just be leaked, thereby revealing the private viewing habits of millions of people.

This could lead to public humiliation, family breakdown, a loss of employment, ostracisation from social groups, and even suicide. Again, it will be LGBTQ+ people who will be most at risk from this. They may not have chosen to reveal their sexuality to others, only to find out that the whole world now knows. Although the country is now a much more tolerant and accepting place, that’s still not the case everywhere in the UK – and it could even result in some people facing violence.

Of course, a person could get past this by simply going down to their local newsagent. However, place yourself in that person’s shoes. Imagine just how embarrassing it would be: “Hello. I’ll take this newspaper, the pint of milk, 20 Lambert and Butler, and… er… one of those 18-plus internet passes.” Not only would that person be humiliated, but they’d also have to show their ID. The risk of blackmail would, therefore, remain.
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