Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Usually done with clowns

Tweet (Edward Dutton):

"The Woke left are now storm troopers of the powerful to such an extent that it is 'right wing' to seize the wealth of the greedy and give it to to the poor." 

Wiles is a nut, but he's advocating a 'Jesus program' of redistribution for the Republican Party!

I don't usually recommend videos, but this one is pretty good:  "Lavrov’s Scathing Assessment of the EU: A “Party Committee” Run by Buffoons" (Mercouris).  There comes a point when the unelected Euro-trash aren't even worthy of contempt.

Tweet (Q. Anthony (FKA Andray Domise)):
"A fun exercise for the Very Concerned China Watchers is to check their tweet history for "Haiti" and just watch the blank screen come up."
"How Ottawa's mistakes ensured you'll likely be vaccinated six months later than everyone else" (Hopper). The biggest public policy failure in Canadian history. Why? Because Canada decided to fight the War For The Jews against Iran by kidnapping Meng Wanzhou.  I sure hope Trudeau enjoys his shiny new shekels.  On the bright side, most of the country won't be vaccinated before the side effects kill off the rest of the world.

A comment by anti_republocrat to a vaccination skepticism article by Mike Whitney, responding to another comment wondering why politicians would want a mass culling of their populations (PCR is Paul Craig Roberts) (see also this mind control comment to an Atzmon article):
"In answer to points 3 and 4, you might want to consider the words of Maurice Strong when interviewed by Donald Gibson for his book Environmentalism: ideology and power (pg. 95):

What if a small group of world leaders were to conclude that the principal risk to the Earth comes from the actions of the rich countries? And if the world is to survive, those rich countries would have to sign an agreement reducing their impact on the environment. Will they do it? The group’s conclusion is ‘no’. The rich countries won’t do it. They won’t change. So, in order to save the planet, the group decides: Isn’t the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?

And on Sept. 1, 1997, Strong wrote in National Review,

If we don’t change, our species will not survive… Frankly, we may get to the point where the only way of saving the world will be for industrial civilization to collapse.

Regarding PCR, he just today sent me an email linking to this very article by Mike Whitney.

Your complacency and minimization is one of the frightening things about 2020-2021.,an%20agreement%20reducing%20their%20impact%20on%20the%20environment."

"‘NY Times’ finally investigates Dan Gertler, Israeli businessman who drained 100s of millions from DR Congo" (North):
"The front page of today’s New York Times has a long, valuable investigative report that explains how days before the end of Donald Trump’s term, U.S. Treasury Department economic sanctions that had hampered Gertler were mysteriously lifted. The report shows how celebrity lawyer Alan Dershowitz, along with “high-powered connections in Israel,” helped get the stiff sanctions rolled back for a year, which gave Gertler “access to money frozen in U.S. banks and allowed him once again to do business with financial institutions worldwide.” 

The Times quoted high U.S. government officials, even from the Trump administration, who were angered and stunned by the last-minute move. J. Peter Pham, who had a prominent post in Trump’s State Department, said that DR Congo is “one of the most poverty-stricken nations, with a population that has suffered incredibly over the last several decades, and we have worked to turn that around, so why do this?”

Back in 2017, the U.S. Treasury explained that it imposed tough sanctions because Dan Gertler:

is an international businessman and billionaire who has amassed his fortune through hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of opaque and corrupt mining and oil deals in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). . . As a result, between 2010 and 2012 alone, the DRC reportedly lost over $1.36 billion in revenues. . .”

Today’s Times exposé includes some new tantalizing details. The paper found that Gertler had connections in Israel to “people with ties to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu,” including a prominent lawyer named Boaz Ben Zur, “whose client list also includes Mr. Netanyahu.”

Alan Dershowitz’s role in the scandal is not new. Back in 2018, the celebrity pro-Israel lawyer had officially registered to lobby the U.S. government on Gertler’s behalf, and called the corrupt mine owner “a very good person.”

The Times reported that Dershowitz slyly insinuated that Gertler should get a reprieve because he “had been of value to U.S. intelligence agencies.” Pham, the former State Department official, retorted: “The only value to national security that Gertler has comes from him being placed in the box that he was put into with the sanctions.”"
Tweet (Alan MacLeod) (there is also a bizarre 'These materials may have been obtained through hacking' Twitter warning!):
"This is not a joke. Twitter has deleted dozens of account for the crime of "undermining faith in the NATO alliance"."
Usually done with clowns.
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