Wednesday, July 17, 2019

'The Limited' hangout

Tweets - "S-400s, a story" - by Ragıp Soylu on the psychology of the Turks and the S-400s.  The US lost Turkey through a series of diplomatic blunders, centered on the hegemon's tin ear at detecting the concerns of the Turks.

"Hassan Diab calls for release of report on extradition that sent him to French prison" (Cochrane).

"Hypocrisy Taints UK’s Media Freedom Conference" and "Newspeak at the Media Freedom Conference" (Knightly).  'Freedom of the press' under the rule of Banderites.  "UK government holds “media freedom” conference while imprisoning Assange" (Grenfell).

"Does the Oct. 21 federal election date trample on Orthodox Jewish rights? It’s now in a judge’s hands" (Potter). 

"Teaching Holocaust" (Giraldi).  Sorry, but in the game of life in America, the 'being right' card, and even the 'black' card, are always going to lose to the only Khard that counts.

"Gay, Black, HIV-Positive, And Lied About It: A Hero for Our Times" (Sailer):  "From the New York Times (and no, I’m not making this up, even though this article reads like a parody product of my analysis of where the conventional wisdom has been headed)".

Tweets by Mark Ames on the arming of the Italian neo-Nazis, and the 'journalism' that was committed, and then disappeared.

"Sic Transit Gloria Mueller" (McGovern).  Mueller's attempted frame-up of 'Russians' is facing problems in the courts.

"Former Ecuadorian President Correa Claims Assange Meddled in US Elections From London Embassy".  Didn't see that coming.  Assange would have a lot more friends if it wasn't Trump who benefited from his truths about Killary.

Bachelet is a real tool.  "Xinjiang Update" (Roberts). "Liberals Use ‘Human Rights’ to Push Coup in Venezuela" (Engler).  "Venezuela: The Bachelet Lie" (Koenig).  These South American 'socialists' who the Americans have systematically replaced aren't as great as we'd like to think they are.  Still better than the alternative, though.

It remains impossible to imagine how these 'nice people' keep finding themselves in such trouble:  "How the Goliath of the Jerusalem settler movement persuaded the world it’s really David" (Cook).

"Liberals Use ‘Human Rights’ to Push Coup in Venezuela" (Engler):
"Even those inclined to believe some of the more extreme criticisms leveled against the Venezuelan government should support the protesters, not our government. The likely result of Canada succeeding in its current path is a civil war in Venezuela. Moreover, it would set a bad precedent if Canada were to succeed in its brazen coup mongering. (In a further sign of the brashness of their campaign, the Professional Association of Foreign Service Officers gave Patricia Atkinson, Head of the Venezuela Task Force at Global Affairs Canada, its Foreign Service Officers award last month. The write up explained, “Patricia, and the superb team she assembled and led, supported the Minister’s engagement and played key roles in the substance and organization of 11 meetings of the 13 country Lima group which coordinates action on Venezuela. She assisted in developing three rounds of sanctions against the regime.”)

Whatever one thinks of Maduro, Canada’s interference in Venezuela’s internal affairs and unilateral sanctions contravene the “rules-based international order” Trudeau, Freeland and Bachelet claim Ottawa upholds. But, Parliament and the media largely play along so it’s only through grassroots activism that we can hope to pry open the discussion and rein in our government."
"Alex Acosta let the cat out of the bag: the Justice Department knew all about the Jeffrey Epstein Florida plea deal" (Willmann).  'Hollywood' likes to make war movies about the extraction of 'left behind' soldiers.  I'd like to see 'Saving Mossad Asset Epstein', depicting the brave efforts of various 'justice' officials to protect Jeffrey and his johns, and further screw over the victims.

'The Limited' hangout:  "Victoria's Secret Boss Wexner Swears He Didn't Know About Epstein Penchant For Pedophilia" (Durden).  He 'searched his soul', which must not have taken long.
"Yet, Epstein portrayed himself as a way for young models to perform sexual favors in exchange for a backdoor into Victoria's Secret. According to a former Manhattan-based modeling agent cited by the New York Post, "Some of those girls got in.
"It was still significant cash for a young model doing the catalog," an agent told the Post. "They weren’t making hundreds of thousands but they could make about $5,000 a week modeling for the campaigns or the catalog. Not all the girls sent to him got jobs, but a lot of them did."
In short, Wexner had an extremely close business relationship with Epstein - who allegedly engaged in sexual favors with girls, some of whom later worked for Wexner, yet the 81-year-old knew nothing of Epstein's proclivities."
Tweets by Martin Varsavsky:
"Just landed in Madrid flying from San Francisco and traveling around the USA where I lived for 20 years and I frequently work. The San Francisco vs Madrid change makes me wonder."
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