Saturday, June 15, 2019

We'll be back for you Jeffery!

"Iran can be Trump’s nemesis" (Bhadrakumar).  Solid summary.

This is an odd one, as neither the usual warmongering and lying (((media outlets))), including CNN and even the turbo-Zionist AP, nor the usual lackeys (Britain being an embarrassing anomaly), have jumped in as you would normally expect to reinforce the Assholian/Zionist PR.  So this is not the usual PR war prep, but just more of the kind of strategy of destabilization and pressures with the view of leading to regime change, with the bonus of raising oil prices and damaging the visit of Abe.  Of course, Bolton, on MEK's payroll, would like an accident to spiral out of control and lead to war, but the normal signs of a War For The Jews - there are literally so many Wars For The Jews, and so much lying PR, that we can all recognize the signs! - just aren't there.

"The curious case of the tankers" (South).  The general consensus is that this was probably Saudi (the Israelis would have done a competent job at it!), and the irony is that Pompeo is basing his case on footage of the Iranians trying to help.

"US Officials Say Tanker Crew "Detained" - While Russia Thanks Iran For "Rescuing" Its Nationals" (Durden).

"Why would Iran attack two tankers near the Strait of Hormuz?" (Snow).  Another big player uninterested in this war - the Pentagon.

Moon has advise for Iran, a kind of strategy of tension for the Strait of Hormuz:  "Iran Decided To Put Maximum Pressure On Trump - Here Is How It Will Do It".  It is terrible advice, but . . .

"Trump Admin Aims To Kill Historic Talks And Strangle Iran With Evidence-Free Accusations" (Norton).

"Donald Kushner Thinks You’re Stupid Enough to Believe Iran Wants a War Because They’re Metaphysically Evil" (Anglin).

This is the way to deal with shenanigans, put a cost on it:  "Following Idiotic False Flag Hoax, China Pledges to Strengthen Ties with Iran" (Anglin).

You can see why the Clintonistas hate Solomon so much:  "Solomon: Delerious Democrats Now Accusing Team Obama Of Treason":
"If you read the newspapers, tuned into the cable TV pundits or received an email from one of the Democrats running for president, you’d swear Donald Trump was back to his treasonous ways.
All that was missing was an annoying OMG text exclamation punctuating the unfounded claims that Trump might violate the law in 2020 by accepting intelligence on a political rival from a foreign country. The inference, of course, is that it would come from a hostile power such as  Russia or North Korea or Iran.

Actually, what Trump told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos was that he’d consider taking intelligence dirt about a rival from a friendly ally. (Norway was the actual example he used.)
Sound familiar? That is EXACTLY what the Obama administration did in 2016. It’s something no one in the media or the political space grasped during the tsunami of breathless reaction that followed the interview.
In July 2016, the Obama administration accepted unsolicited information from Alexander Downer, an Australian diplomat who just happened to have helped arrange a $25 million government donation to the Clinton Foundation years before. Downer said that he had witnessed a Trump campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, bragging about some dirt that the Russians supposedly had on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Though Downer’s claim was reported two-plus months after the alleged event, and was only hearsay gathered at a London tavern, the Obama administration gave it to the FBI which, in turn, thought it was weighty enough to justify opening a counterintelligence case against the lawfully elected Republican nominee for president.
In other words, the Democratic administration accepted dirt from a foreign friendly and used it to justify investigating its GOP rival.
And then, OMG, they did it again just a few weeks later.
In October 2016, less than three weeks from Election Day, the Obama Justice Department approved a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant to spy on the Trump campaign through its former adviser, Carter Page. The primary evidence supporting the warrant? A dossier written by a foreign friendly named Christopher Steele, a retired MI6 intelligence agent from Great Britain. Of course, the Justice Department and the FBI forgot to tell the courts that Steele actually was working on behalf of the Clinton campaign, but that’s a small detail for the purpose of this column.
For the second time in three months, the Obama administration took dirt on Trump from a foreign ally — this time, from one in Europe — and weaponized it for a criminal investigation.
No offense, but the media really are giving Trump way too much credit for the idea he floated on ABC News. The real scandal is that he’s just plagiarizing a playbook already used by Obama, Clinton and those 2016 Democrats."
"Orthodox Jews Threaten "Motherf***er" NY Lawmaker After Anti-Vax Law Passes" (Durden).  Note that Dinowitz is seen as one of them who is committing treason.

"Mossad role in Israel’s war against BDS confirmed" (Winstanley). Seeing as BDS is a Zionist trick, spending this much time and effort in pretending to oppose it is deep 'Dialectic'.

'Human rights' again (!), goyim, it's amazing how often the self-styled virtue leaders are the worst monsters imaginable, almost as if they hide behind a cloak of purest hypocrisy:  tweet (Christian Christensen):
"“A leading human rights campaigner and head of a prestigious London art gallery is the co-owner of an Israeli cyberweapons company whose software has allegedly been used by authoritarian regimes to spy on dissidents.”"
Wars For The Jews is also the biggest part of the climate change issue, meaning that 'anti-Semitism' is literally essential to the continuance of life on earth (I'm not even slightly kidding or exaggerating, and we'll start to see progress only when the woke combine environmentalism with anti-war with full Khazar skepticism):
"From 2001 to 2017, the Pentagon’s emissions totaled 766 million metric tons, according to a new Brown University report. That makes the U.S. military by far the world’s largest single source of CO2 emissions."
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