Tuesday, February 11, 2020


Tweet (Tamara Nassar) (Yang must have a (((donor))) problem - his health care stance is also pure shit):
"Imagine how outrageous it would be if Yang said this about any other group of people. It would sound like this:

I believe that indigenous people "should have a say in their future," but I don't believe that they have a right to claim that which is enshrined in international law."
"Russian-Belarusian energy talks fail as Minsk moves closer to the US, NATO" (Weiss). You'd think the cautionary tale of Ukraine, right next door, might scare anybody away from making the same mistake, but bribery is big in Belarus.

There's another 49 states to go, and all this Clintonista malarkey is going to be exhausting:  "Despite Iowa Caucus Fiasco, Nevada Democrats Plan to Use New Software “Tool”" (Webb).

An explanation of the layers of authority in the Wet'suwet'en that allows the Canadian government to get some kind of 'consent' without really getting agreement.

"Documents: Inside the Us Army’s Massive $2 Million Propaganda Campaign for ‘Independence Day’ Sequel" (Secker).  Just a small example of an ongoing program with (((Hollywood))).

"Netanyahu's Likud Leaks Names, Addresses & Other Private Info Of Nearly 7 Million Israeli Voters" (Durden).

Another example of the PR industry's attempts to portray the necessary de-terrorization - i.e., removal of Assholian-Zionist proxy armies of monsters so evil we can't even comprehend them - in Syria as somehow being the fault of the Syrian government:  "And the Oscar Goes to… A Simplified Story of Syria’s Civil War" (Worth) and "Oscar nominee 'For Sama' is a propagandumentary that pushes Al Qaeda's narrative in Aleppo" (Beeley).  By some miracle, this attempt didn't win one of the Jewish Film Awards given out on Sunday.  Also:  tweet (Max Blumenthal):
"Production of #Oscars-nominated Syria regime change propaganda vehicle "The Cave" was backed by foreign ministries of Sweden, Denmark & Norway via International Media Support. These same govts gave $10s of millions to the White Helmets & opposition orgs. mediasupport.org/from-idea-to-t"
"The “Low-yield” Nuclear Warhead: A Dangerous Weapon Based on Bad Strategic Thinking" (Facini). The pathetic Pentagon, unable to match the impressive technological advances of either China or Russia due to the staggering corruption in its procurement processes, tapes a couple of old weapons together and pretends it's got something special.

"US Deploys ‘Mini-Nukes’ in Deplorable Threat to World Peace" (my emphasis in red):
"The official US reassurance is not the view of the US-based Bulletin of Atomic Scientists who said the deployment of such weapons actually increases the risk of an eventual nuclear war. This is because the lower-yield W76-2 launched from US Ohio-class submarines will be indistinguishable from the existing Trident warheads. Therefore the danger of escalation to all-out nuclear war is increased."
An interesting question (there was a huge change when deliveries, which used to be rare for non-business consumers - well, before it was common to have milk and bread delivery - have become a daily occurrence for many people, including the delivery of those ridiculous boxes of food in enormous piles of plastic packaging):  "What’s more climate friendly, shopping online or in store?" (De Chant).

The ongoing problem of trying to analyze something when there is no reliable source of information, everyone has reasons to lie and manipulate, and the Americans are playing multiple levels of delegitimization strategies (and the complete collapse of journalism as a profession doesn't help):  "Coronavirus: finding the ambiguous reality behind the fear porn headlines" (Black).

"Irish Elections: Republicans Sinn Féin in Surprise Win, Edging Out Centre-Right Parties".  Three things:
  • 'terrorists' becoming responsible statesmen
  • people voting 'wrong' when given the chance (part of the trend)
  • heading towards Irish unification.
Another example of the Khazars being so full of themselves, so powerful, and so safe, that they now admit everything to get the group supremacist accolades, despite the fact that the admissions are utterly outrageous:  tweet (Lara Friedman) (also):
"This Lowey statement is remarkable for its honesty. And remarkable for fact that if a critic of Israeli policy or of US aid to Israel had alleged the exact same thing Lowey is stating with pride, they’d have been accused of being anti-Israel and antisemitic."
Except, needless to say, in matters involving Khazar supremacism, Bernie, like Corbyn, has been woke forever: tweet (Lily Lynch):
"in the aftermath of Sinn Féin's historic victory, a reminder that Bernie Sanders wrote Margaret Thatcher a letter demanding an end to the "humiliation and degrading treatment” of Irish prisoners on hunger strike in 1981"


"Is Pete Buttigieg the Israel Lobby Choice?" (Giraldi).

I'm sure all these incidents are scripted to make Biden look interesting: tweet (h. jon benjamin):
"Biden talking to new hampshire voter"
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