Tuesday, March 03, 2020

It's never too early

"Afghan peace deal shows cracks after Trump puts politics ahead of process to take credit for ending US’ longest conflict" (Ritter). Trump plans to campaign, bigly, on the idea he got out of a war that Barry couldn't.  Pompeo originally refused any agreement, but Trump apparently strong-armed him (you have to read the (((media))) carefully, as always, picking through the lies, but it is clear Trump made a big deal out of ordering him to attend), and he seems to have registered his displeasure by not signing the agreement (thus saving his Rapture Face with the devil he worships), as it is the world's biggest tragedy to end a War For The Jews, particularly the one that got the infinite series of Wars For The Jews rolling.

"Israel Sends Condolences for Turkish “Martyrs”. Erdogan Expands War to Hezbollah, Iran" (Marjanović).

"Leaked evidence shows that Assange arrest came after Wikileaks publisher refused to name sources" (Haddad/Klarenberg).  Dotcom + Fairbanks sounds conclusive to me.  Of course, Trump, and thus Rohrabacher, would have to deny it.

French philosophers on Assange:  "ASSANGE EXTRADITION: Can a French Touch Pierce a Neo-Orwellian Farce?" (Escobar).  I don't think French asylum is remotely possible as neither Johnson nor Macron can afford to defy the CIA.  The big philosophical points about the historical importance of Assange pale against the reality of the persecution, which is just revenge by the CIA.

Well, duh!:  "Legal experts say injunctions not effective in Indigenous-led land disputes" (McKenzie-Sutter).

"Cognitive Dissonance Propaganda and Public Health " (Madsen):
"In 1997, a researcher from the State University of Iowa successfully extracted genetic material from the corpse of an obese thirty-something female who died from the Spanish flu in Alaska in 1918. She, along with 85 percent of Brevig Mission (called Teller Mission in 1918) died in a single week. The Spanish Flu pandemic killed at least 50 million people around the world.
Once the genetic material was obtained from the lungs, spleen, liver, and heart of the Inuit woman’s corpse, scientists, in a scene reminiscent of the fictional movie “Jurassic Park” – in which genetic material from extinct dinosaurs is used to bring the creatures back to life – recreated the long-since dead 1918 Spanish flu in a U.S.-government funded laboratory. The woman’s organs were cut into one-inch cubes and shipped to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Rockville, Maryland, and the virus’s genetic RNA material was identified and the 1918 Spanish flu was again thriving after its long disappearance. Other teams of U.S. scientists arrived in Longyearbyen in the remote Norwegian Arctic island of Svalbard to dig up the graves of miners who died from the 1918 Spanish flu.
Perhaps Senator Cotton and Mr. Bannon need not look any further than U.S. government military laboratories in Maryland, including the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) in Fort Detrick, Maryland, to discover the real Dr. Frankensteins who play around with dangerous pathogens.
Some of the Spanish flu genetic material was allegedly re-engineered to synthetically create what is now known as the A/H1N1 virus, or as the CDC calls it, the “novel flu.” The A/H1N1 influenza, which contains genetic material from two strains of swine flu, two strains of human flu, and a single strain of avian flu, killed as many as 579,000 people when the pandemic swept the world in 2009."
The blood-pouring-from-the-fangs Khazar monsters are gloating over what they perceive as Biden beating Sanders.  See:  "Hate vs. Peace and Harmony" (Atzmon).  People are still struggling with the fact that these 'nice' doctors and accountants and 'journalists' and vulture fund managers are a primitive people, who all think alike in a way that is incomprehensible to farm animals.

Tweet (Donald J. Trump):
"The biggest loser tonight, by far, is Mini Mike Bloomberg. His “political” consultants took him for a ride. $700 million washed down the drain, and he got nothing for it but the nickname Mini Mike, and the complete destruction of his reputation. Way to go Mike!"
Although the entire political class is still well shekeled and blackmailed, there is some law still in Canada:  tweet (Dimitri Lascaris):
"As @norabf reported for @intifada, my client @SaiaYork demanded last year that far-right hate-group The Jewish Defence League be banned from @yorkuniversity's campus: electronicintifada.net/blogs/nora-bar… Today, the JDL revealed that its boss Meir Weinstein has been banned from York's campus."
If Assholians think things are shitty now, it is only going to get worse, much worse:  "'It's never too early': Tom Cotton headed to New Hampshire to put toe in 2024 waters" (Drucker).  I've always found it curious that Assholians will vote for people like Paul Ryan and Cotton, guys who look, and act, like creepy undertakers in a horror movie.

"Wahhabism, Freemasonry and the Muslim Brotherhood, Turkey’s Eurasianist Movement" (Erimtan). Some background on what's driving the seemingly crazy Erdoğan.  There's a link in the comments to this:  "Turkish crypto jew President Erdogan destroying Europe".

"Interview with Diana Johnstone by the Saker Italia":
"After two major twentieth century wars that ruined all the major powers, the United States moved in and occupied the power vacuum.  Educated to consider America morally superior to the “old world”, U.S. leaders easily considered their new supremacy to be natural, inevitable and eternal.  They are psychologically ill-equipped to think in Putin’s terms of “a world of equals”.
This attitude has been very successfully exploited by Israel’s champions, whether the neoconservative policy elite, Hollywood or AIPAC.  They have managed to identify Israel as a little America, land of those who escaped wicked European persecution to create a free nation in the wilderness and who must forever fend off the enemies of democracy.  The Israeli influence has had a very negative effect on both the American ideology and American methods, from targeted assassinations of political enemies to methods of crowd control.
I would not call Iran a “new player”.  The United States holds an old grudge against the Islamic Republic dating back to the 1979 embassy hostage crisis. Saudi Arabia and especially Israel exploit this to portray their own most powerful regional adversary as a threat to the United States, when in reality Iran only seeks peaceful relations with the West.
The “new players” that could make a difference would be Western European countries whose leaders would manage to free themselves from the military and ideological occupation by the United States that has lasted over seventy years.  But so far, Europe’s irresponsible obedience provides the decisive support to U.S. worldwide pretensions."
"The EU is indeed a bureaucratic rather than a political or cultural entity. Still worse, its treaties lock its member States into neoliberal economic policies and bind its defense to NATO.  In short, the EU is the most advanced experiment in U.S.-dominated globalization.
In this context, neither the EU itself nor its member states can pursue their own foreign policy.  That is why they are flailing about helplessly as they recognize that following the United States is leading them off the cliff.
French President has been widely quoted for remarking that NATO is “brain dead”.  I just read an interview with Alain de Benoist who rightly observed that it is the European Union which is brain dead, whereas NATO is flourishing. That is all too true.  NATO is actually making Europe’s foreign policy through its military buildup against Russia, and they all go along, although only Poland and the little Baltic States really approve.
The EU’s domestic policies are widely unpopular, and the foreign policy is dictated by NATO.  Yet the EU persists because populations have been indoctrinated for generations that only these particular supranational structures preserve Europe from war – even as Europe has been being dragged into wars in Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria… and what comes next?"
and (on Ukraine):
". . . the way out was clear enough almost from the beginning, when leaders from France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine met in 2014 during commemorations of the D-Day Normandy landings in an attempt to work towards a solution. The outlines of a solution have been obvious from the beginning: a decentralized Ukraine, perhaps a federation on the German model, which would enable the regions to enjoy self-government. Only the Americans have an interest in the ongoing Ukrainian civil war, as a thorn in the side of Russia. The United States made it clear during the Yugoslav crisis of the 1990s that it could not stand back and allow Europeans to solve their own problems.  Ukraine is a critical test of that control."
Haim is on fire!:  "U.S. Worried About Living Up To Netanyahu Campaign Promises".
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