Thursday, March 25, 2021

We are still living in fear

""We are still living in fear."".  These are the monsters that the Khazars themselves consider to be the pinnacle of being Jewish, and I, for one, believe them. 

"The Nakba of Sheikh Jarrah: How Israel Uses ‘the Law’ to Ethnically Cleanse East Jerusalem" (Baroud).  

"Israel election: The triumph of Kahanism" (Silverstein).  The entire Israeli electoral system, including the role of the corrupt Bibi, is now a machine to produce constant elections, with each one kosherizing crazier and crazier parties, culminating in the election of those who recently were considered to be unelectable terrorists.  Essentially, if you want a functioning government, you have to keep voting for parties more and more to the right.  It is not a bug, but a feature.

"U.S., NATO plan to recruit India into global alliance against China and Russia" (Rozoff).  India is now in the North Atlantic, right beside Israel.  You could argue that the greatest geopolitical mistake of the last fifty years was the failure to roll up NATO the minute it no longer had a purpose.

Speaking of NATO, long Aaron Maté thread on Bellingcat and his associates/protectors, specifically on producing PR for the debunked Syrian pronouncements of the OPCW.

"Murray Found Guilty of Contempt" (Lauria).  I'm not really sympathetic about outing complainants, particularly when the court orders specifically against it.  This is really a manifestation of the problems with Scottish nationalism, and the recent revelations that the complainants in the Salmond case may have been put up to it by Sturgeon as part of a power play, which particularly upset Murray, who then presumably felt justified in outing these political players who he thought were using #metoo as a political weapon.  Nothing in this story reflects well on anybody.

"The U.S. Intelligence Community, Flouting Laws, is Increasingly Involving Itself in Domestic Politics" (Greenwald).  Formalizing the concept of an intelligence 'consensus', even around the vaguest unprovable notions, with presumably the increased credibility that comes with multiple agencies saying the same thing, especially to be used when there is in fact no consensus.

The woke news is a trip:  "When The Narrative Replaces The News" (Sullivan).

"Krasner’s stance on Mumia won’t cost him re-election. But it will stain his reputation as a reformer." (Washington, Jr./Lindorff).  Can't they just make an administrative decision to let him out on the basis of the virus, and thus step around all the police crap?

Tweet: (Liliana Segura):

"Virginia just abolished the death penalty. Congratulations to everyone who fought for this for so long."

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