Tuesday, May 28, 2019


You just type your PR on a piece of paper, call it a 'dossier', and the paper of record, the infamous JYT, retypes it and confirms the validity of whatever warmongering nonsense you are peddling:  "NYT Parrots US Propaganda on Hezbollah in Venezuela" (Koerner/Vaz).

"Latest ‘dodgy dossier’ not even original in context" (Madsen).  The Brits now have a Dossier Centre, an assembly line for the mass production of warmongering dossiers.  The Republic of New Afrika!  Of course, it is racist Assholia we're talking about here, so a large part of the Russiagate frenzy concerned imaginary efforts by Putin to stir up otherwise completely happy American blacks, who have not a thing to complain about, into race war.

"New York Times Supports False Trump Claims About An "Iranian Nuclear Weapons Program" That Does Not Exist" (Moon).  Gets silly at the end in convoluted attempts to avoid stating the real reason for war, but we're used to that!  Try this as an invigorating palate cleanser:  "Netanyahu to blame for US warmongering against Iran: American officials".  Or, six million!:  "Netanyahu Warns Putin That Iran Wants to Destroy 6 Million Jews".  "How Israel is Providing the Pretext to Trigger US-led War on Iran" (Porter).

"Israel's Role In 9/11" (Giraldi).  Good summary of the state of Israeli spying in America just prior to 9/11.  It is the act of celebrating which is the problem for the Khazars, celebration which contradicts the PR line that Israel and the US are friends and allies jointly fighting their common enemy, Islamist terrorism, and the unseemly celebration is why most of this material has been hidden.

"The US is Buying Venezuelan Oil Again (Zakharova)".  First MRGA, now MVGA, but always MIGA!

ZOG, ziggity ZOG!:  "Bipartisan thirst for more war: 75% of Congress calls on Trump to boost intervention in Syria, to ‘pressure’ Iran and Russia" (Norton).

There are a number of pieces commenting on this internet incident (see also):  "U.S. Army: 0 — Internet: 1" (Swanson).  The hollow cost.

"General defends use of live fire in Gaza, says less-lethal weapons ineffective" (Gross):
"Attempts to import an American-made system known as the Active Denial System, which uses microwaves to heat the skin of those in its path and forces them back, were blocked by the United States as the weapon was found to have not been sufficiently tested on human subjects."
Long list: "Abuses show Assange Case was Never About Law" (Cook) (also).  The fact that the woman who spearheaded the 'legal' attack on Assange has strong ties to the CIA has been somehow lost.  Must be a coincidence.

A worthwhile read as an example of the techniques used by the Assholians to put the blame for failure of a negotiated peace agreement on the side the Assholians wanted to attack:  "How Madeleine Albright Got the War the U.S. Wanted" (Elich).  (((Albright))) should be in jail.

"An Indiana Man Who Vandalized A Synagogue With Nazi Symbols Admitted How Far-Right Figures Radicalized Him" (Koerner).  Guy who thought the Jews have too much political power got three years for a spray painting crime, and will now surely understand the error in his thinking!  He was 'radicalized' by his teen-aged wife, who was heavily under the influence of the gentile Breitbart News and the gentile Ben Shapiro (oh, wait!).  For once, at least, the painter wasn't Jewish.

"New Green MP Paul Manly denies links to 9/11 truther movement after comments resurface" (Zussman). "Ken Pereira, union whistleblower turned conspiracy theorist, joins forces with Maxime Bernier" (Harris).  Bernier is unsuccessfully trying to create a Bannon-influenced right-wing populist party in Canada.

Tweets by Christian Centurian Big Eagle.  "Problems began when indigenous people who had ties to non-Native leftist groups were allowed membership into indigenous groups."

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