Friday, January 22, 2021

at least it's not trump

Tweet (Joe Catron).

Tweet (Dennis Anderson) (on the Bernie coat-mitts meme, which has been photoshopped by local businesses in front of their establishments all over my Instagram feed):

"We love that meme because we have some sick twisted unfounded belief that Bernie could have/ would have been able to turn this dying empire into a something more humane within the current system. 

If only he wasn’t so cheated and misunderstood."

The Dems are in a bit of a spot now, as Bernie actually has some power, making it much more difficult to hide the fact he makes a lot of noise but never really accomplishes anything.

"Israeli war crimes in Syria – the Trump/Biden strategy" (beeley):

"I will update with any new information as I receive it but it is clear that Biden has no intention of withdrawing from Syria or of lifting sanctions. The deluded “left” are celebrating Trump’s departure but with little appreciation of the Hell they have now unleashed upon this country. The old adage “be careful what you wish for” comes to mind, the Syrian people do not thank America for believing in the mirage of democracy and two party politics – I hope, with all my heart, they wake up to the psychopathic, sadistic, predator class that truly rules them before it is too late for all of us but most of all for the Syrian people who have already endured too much. "

Ha ha ha ha!!!: "If Joe Biden Moves Left, You Can Thank the Left" (Featherstone).  Classic Jacobin (why I almost never link to it).  Except for the completely expected performative identity politics bullshit, and the reversal of a few of the most ridiculous of Trump's last-minute moves (yes, the start of Pompeo's 2024 campaign), Biden has been remarkably unapologetic about how ultra-right-wing he is.  I thought he might throw in just one tiny bit of concrete material benefits to start his regime - that's what it is called when the election is stolen, right? - on the right foot, but no.  Not a sliver, and a repetition and reinforcement of all the worst aspects of Trump's Zionist foreign policies.  Watch for PR outfits like Jacobin to continue to distract from the upcoming Wars For The Jews with this kind of crap.

Tweet (@amuse) (the technical term is 'hitting the ground with a giant bag of shekels'):
"BREAKING: President Biden is considering reversing Trump's drawdown in Iraq by adding thousands of troops to combat growing terror threats in the region as evidenced by Thursday's attack near the US embassy."
Michael Tracey continues with his baffling faith in the integrity of the last election, and is easily shot down by King Baeksu and Bronze Age Kodkod. I am seriously going to have to reconsider Tracey as a reliable narrator, as this is simply ridiculous.

"Biden To Keep Up Trump's Venezuela Regime-Change Policy" (Durden).  There is not even the tiniest of justifications for this nonsense.  (((Blinken))) wants the people of Venezuela to 'really feel the pain', which apparently was the real problem with that softy Trump and his murderous sanctions.

"Biden’s secretary of state praises Trump’s achievements on Israel" (Weiss).

"About Suffering: A Massacre of the Innocents in Yemen" (Kelly).  Well written essay!

Silliness has been proven to never be a problem for warmongering propaganda.  I can't list all the times I have read some utterly ridiculous bilge, just when (((they))) run it up the flagpole, and thinking that it will never fly, and a few months later there's a new War For The Jews based on it.  "The Number Of Uyghurs Has Tripled - The U.S. Calls It A Genocide - Propaganda Fails To Explain It" (Moon).

"The ‘humanitarian’ left still ignores the lessons of Iraq, Libya and Syria to cheer on more war" (Cook).
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