Tuesday, February 09, 2021

Strangely enough, or perhaps not

Hezbollah caught up to a traitor (unless he was a double agent, in which case Israel got him):  "In Memory of Lokman Slim" (Smith). 

"Facebook’s new expert on ‘online disinformation’, Ben Nimmo, was a fantasy fiction writer. Has he really given that up?" (Klarenberg).  'Disinformation' is starting to look like a scam to hire unemployable 'journalists' to pretend to review the work of the few who still have jobs.  Still, I suppose there is some logic in hiring professional liars to suss out lies.

"The ‘Liberal World Order’ is dead, but fallout from ill-fated visit of EU’s Borrell to Moscow proves much of West still in denial" (Lukyanov).  Detailed explanation of the things that have changed, still unacknowledged and unrecognized by the west.

"Another Zionist Joins the Biden Team" (Giraldi):

"Once upon a time it was considered unwise to appoint senior officials who had personal ties to other countries lest it create a conflict of interest that would not ultimately be beneficial to either nation. In his often-cited Farewell Address of 1796, George Washington famously warned that “…permanent, inveterate antipathies against particular Nations, and passionate attachments for others should be excluded; and that in place of them just and amicable feelings towards all should be cultivated. The Nation, which indulges towards another an habitual hatred, or an habitual fondness, is in some degree a slave. It is a slave to its animosity or to its affection, either of which is sufficient to lead it astray from its duty and its interest.”

If Washington were to see the foreign policy ruined by the Israel-centric federal government that has prevailed since the time of Ronald Reagan he would surely be at a loss to understand how that could possibly have developed."


"The supporters of Neuberger are incorrect in that the contributions made in her name to AIPAC, which most in Washington regard as a front for the Israeli government, would have most definitely been relevant to her clearance process. Under normal rules, it would disqualify her from having a top level clearance, but, as should be noted, we are dealing here with Israel. Neuberger’s appointment as head of U.S. cybersecurity while donating hundreds of thousands to the lobbying arm of a foreign government that recently welcomed to great fanfare a citizen of theirs, Jonathan Pollard, who spied on the U.S., as a hero is unacceptable. One might also add that Israel is regarded as the most active “friendly” government in respect to its spying on the United States, often using sayanim American Jews as their “agents,” and its well documented history of stealing U.S. high technology is extensive. It also has highly developed cyber capabilities of its own which it has recently used against American government targets, to include the White House."

The bizarre disappearance - although you can still read it on their website, so it is a nominal disappearance to signify rejection - of the NBC AIPAC donation story on specious grounds not followed by NBC anywhere else - (((Corn)))'s Mother Jones story is still up and Mother Jones still stands by its veracity - is an amazing display of Khazar power.  The half-disappeared story now seems to not exist, so there are no grounds to raise any questions about such icky topics as 'dual' loyalty.

With the Starmer story of hiring an Israeli spy to shuffle through all Labour Party records for blackmail and cybertheft material, and now this, and many other cases (many documented by Whitney Webb), there is an increasingly aggressive Israeli campaign to get their cyberspies placed everywhere.  With Epstein retired, and the need to slaughter people and stealing their land never ceasing, they are going to need a lot more blackmail material.

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