Thursday, November 26, 2020

No, not us

 Julian and Rupert:  "Phone Hacking & Julian Assange" (Brown).

"Maradona: the fragile god of the Global South" (Escobar).  So many of these guys pull themselves up out of poverty and suddenly decide they are right-wingers, but Maradona always remained true to his roots.  Tweet (Anya Parampil):

"Maradona following a coaching win in April 2019 

“I want to dedicate this victory to Nicolas Maduro & all Venezuelans, who are suffering. These Yankees, the sheriffs of the world, think just because they have the world’s biggest bomb they can push us around. But no, not us.”"
Most strikingly, unlike the lower-than-whale-shit scum who surround us, he never took the shekels.  "'In my heart, I am Palestinian': How Maradona is mourned in the Middle East" (Allouche).  Good people are so fucking rare we should celebrate them.

"Dominion’s Dr. Coomer Explains How to Bypass Security on Voting Machines" (Anglin).

"People Are Rising Up Against The Elites, So Should We" (Flowers).

"Meet the Censored: Ford Fischer" (Taibbi).  When they can't come up with a coherent reason, they just make one up ('unusual').

"Coming Soon From Joe and Kamala: Hooray for the Revolution!" (Giraldi).

"How Many Syrians Did You Vote to Kill?" (Bovard).  "Will Trump Release The Files Exposing The Cunning Plot To Kill Kennedy?" (Hornberger).  Trump recently managed to avoid releasing 9/11 files, wanted by those accusing the Saudis, who of course had nothing to do with 9/11.
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