Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Fertilizer

"This Fertilizer King Funneled Cuomo $1 Million—and Got a New York Health-Care Empire" (Bredderman).  Truly a classic of the genre!  Vague Putin references, "Ukrainian-born", but nary a mention of the crux of the matter - not to mention the basis of the real Cuomo scandal which #metoo is hiding - yes, he's an (((Early Lifer))).

Nice little war crimes history:  "On 10th Anniversary of the U.S.-NATO Attack on Libya: Powerful Perpetrators Have Yet To Face Justice" (Kuzmanov).  The currency reason:  "The Reason Why NATO Demolished Libya Ten Years Ago" (Dinucci).

Tweet (Tariq Nasheed):

"Many ppl believe that the NYPD is orchestrating these random attacks on Asian using Black people who are paid "assets"..I'm not sure how true this theory is..But when suspects dressed like Blaxploitation characters, using "jive turkey" 70's dialog like this, it seems questionable"

Thread by Anita Distraction on cluelessness of Canadian officials on a supposedly more dangerous variant.  If we have to rely on Canadian bureaucrats we're all as good as dead.  The consent of the governed is built entirely on the competence of those who govern, and they have broken that pact repeatedly on this one issue.  

"Starters or Main Course" (Shamir).

"Myanmar Military Seizes George Soros Organization’s Bank Accounts, Announces Arrest Warrants After Coup" (Pappert).  It is always a comfort to find somebody who knows what is really going on.

Tweet (Andrew Perez):
"Jen Psaki just disclosed doing crisis comms for AnyVision, a facial recognition firm that reportedly helped Israel surveil Palestinians in the West Bank. https://dailyposter.com/p/biden-aides-disclose-their-corporate… 
Read the original report on AnyVision from
@oliviasolon https://nbcnews.com/news/all/why-did-microsoft-fund-israeli-firm-surveils-west-bank-palestinians-n1072116"
"Justice still delayed in El Mozote case" (El Salvador Perspectives).

"What Is Necropolitics? The Political Calculation of Life and Death" (Verghese).

"The most invasive apps: which apps are sharing your personal data?" (Dimitrov).
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