Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Stunning and brave

"U.S. Sold Ambassador's Home in Israel for $67 Million, Record Shows".  Tweet (Max Blumenthal) (I have no idea why being a CIA asset is relevant here):

"Sheldon Adelson, the top GOP donor and a documented CIA asset, appears to have personally ferried Jonathan Pollard, convicted Israeli spy, from Newark to Tel Aviv"

Tweet (Mark Ames):

"In April 1993, George Soros secretly & illegally funneled $1 million to Boris Yeltsin's team—via Switzerland—to help Yeltsin win a key referendum. Thanks to Soros, Yeltsin won the referendum & used that to justify his coup 6 months later. 

From David Hoffman's "The Oligarchs":"

"US may seek to try accused killer of journalist Daniel Pearl".

Tweet (Richard Medhurst):

"The US invaded Iraq to give it "democracy". Iraqi lawmakers unanimously voted on January 5th to expel all American troops after the assassination of Soleimani. It's been almost 12 months (never mind 17 years) and they still won't leave. We call those people occupiers."

Wait, what?!:

"Prosecutors called bullshit, saying that Ghislaine wasn’t exactly living that grimy Shawshank prison existence and that she gets plenty of perks, like 13 hours a day outside of her cell, a personal TV, and access to two computers."

"JOHN KIRIAKOU: The Dark Past of Biden’s Nominee for National Intelligence Director".  "Why Senators Must Reject Avril Haines for Intelligence" (Benjamin/Winograd).

"Senate Republicans Aggressively Cockblock Money to the Peasants, Seemingly Out of Pure Hatred" (Anglin).  This decision could cost McConnell control of the Senate if it impacts the Georgia races, which makes it all the more baffling.

"The World has Changed, but Do Not Expect the Incoming Biden Administration to Change Also" (O'Neill).

"Anon is stunning and brave" (r/greentext).

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