Sunday, March 22, 2020


"The Economics Of Cruise Ships (& Why They Don't Deserve A Bailout)" (Crockett).  Of course, Trump will bail them out.  It's just part of the Full Khazar Protection Package that the MEGA Group obtained with its Epstein blackmail racket.  You have to read the comments to see what totally oppressed group was forced by anti-Semitism into dominating this business.

This MEGA Group blackmail is becoming simply essential to any understanding of Assholian politics:  "As Iran Hits 20,000 Cases, US Says 'Coronavirus Won't Save You From Sanctions'" (Durden).  This degree of psychopathic behavior, also literally insanely self-destructive due to the world-wide risk caused by an out of control pandemic in Iran, can only be explained due to Khazar blackmail/shekeling.

"Coronavirus Crackdown – Beware “the new normal”" (Knightly).  "'Oh Hell No': DOJ Using Coronavirus Crisis to Push for Expansive Emergency Powers" (Higgins).  It's funny how whenever we witness sheer incompetence (or worse) which causes a huge problem, the responsible parties respond by asking for more power to fix the issues that are entirely their fault.  This should be a hard no, and fuck you all.

"Last Man Standing" (Roberts).  Note the Facebook posting (I wonder how long it will be up!).

Tweet (Stacy Mitchell) (the real secret to getting rich is having absolutely no shame in asking everybody for money):
"I can’t even process this… Amazon — you know, the one run by the richest man, the one whose sales have shot up during a pandemic — is doing an online fundraiser. Asking all of us to donate to support its warehouse temps & flex drivers hit by Covid."
"Stop the Coronavirus Corporate Coup" (Stoller):
"I hope I’m wrong, but the list of what lobbyists are asking for is long, and ugly, and often the requests for money or legislative favors are done to cover up mistakes made before the coronavirus hit. 
Take Boeing. The aerospace giant of course wants a $60 billion bailout. Financial problems for this corporation predated the crisis, with the mismanagement that led to the 737 Max as well as defense and space products that don't work (I noted last July a bailout was coming). The corporation paid out $65 billion in stock buybacks and dividends over the last ten years, and it was drawing down credit lines before this crisis hit. It is highly politically connected; the board of the corporation includes Caroline Kennedy, Ronald Reagan’s Chief of Staff Ken Duberstein, three Fortune 100 CEOs, a former US Trade Representative, and two Admirals, one of whom is the board’s only engineer. Using the excuse of the coronavirus, Boeing is trying to get the taxpayer to foot the bill for its errors, so it can go back to making more of them.  
But that's not all. Defense contractors want their payments sped up, and I've heard they want to widen a giant loophole called 'other transaction authority' to get around restrictions on profiteering. Elon Musk and Jeff Bezo want "$5 billion in grants or loans to keep commercial space company employees on the job and launch facilities open." They also want the IRS to give them cash for R&D tax credits.   
CNBC reported that hotels want $150 billion, restaurants want $145 billion, and manufacturers wants $1.4 trillion. And the International Council of Shopping Centers wants a guarantee of up to $1 trillion. The beer industry wants $5B. Candy industry wants $500M. The New York Times reported that "Adidas is seeking support for a long-sought provision allowing people to use pretax money to pay for gym memberships and fitness equipment." Gyms are of course closed. Meatpackers want special visas so they can undercut wages of their workers, and importers want to stop paying duties they incurred for harming domestic industries for illegally dumping products into the U.S."
Might explain how the consistently incompetent Giuliani has his hooks so deeply set into Trump:  "Michael Collins Piper (Mysteriously deceased): Rudy G: Godfather of the Russian Mob?".

Fisk has fun with American euphemisms for 'running way with your tail between your legs':  "The Middle East doesn’t deserve Trump and his troop ‘repositioning’ – at least have the guts to call it a retreat".

Americans are watching New York City spiral into an Italian-style disaster, and might wonder why all American troops aren't repatriated from whichever War For The Jews they are engaged in, given a change in legal status (to get around the Posse Comitatus Act), and deployed in assisting in fighting the virus, rather than helping Khazars build an Empire on stolen lands.
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