Friday, April 30, 2021

For all the wrong reasons

"One Month Later CNN Finally Admits What Revolver Reported All Along: No Bear Spray Stream in NYT Sicknick Video" (revolver).  With a detailed deconstruction of the long series of spectacular (((media))) lies.

"Capitol rioter Ashli Babbitt's family to seek $10 million from USCP in lawsuit" (Breuinger).

"Biden Erased Decades Of Historic Crimes In His Speech To Congress" (Greenwald/Hashmi).

"Portland: Anarchist "Collective" Announces Plan to Escalate Violence In War with Mayor Ted Wheeler" (Striker).  Soros doxxes Wheeler.  The transition of cucked politicians trying to transition back to preserving the cities will be wild to watch.

Tweet (professional hog groomer) (Jacobin is an obvious (((trap))):

"PSA for new leftists:

The role of “left wing” publications like Jacobin is to placate you into believing you’re consuming a radical subversive message that threatens capital supremacy & power of the state by taking a very critical line on domestic issues. But this is a trick..."

The Democrats have really taken over the ideological positions of extreme right-wing Republicans, and it is both amusing and sickening to watch:  "Matt Taibbi: Congressional Democrats heroic fight to save the rich":

"The effort by the “SALT caucus” to hold a $2 trillion relief bill hostage in order to help what they’re calling “struggling families” in the “middle class” is just the latest development in a years-long saga revealing Congress at its phoniest and most shameless.

This issue that “means so much to the American people,” according to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is really a niche matter concerning a sliver of the most well-off Americans in a handful of blue states, who were made the target of a political prank of sorts by the Trump administration in 2017.

There are a lot of people who own homes in blue states, could use the deduction, probably don’t think of themselves as rich, and would balk at the idea that repealing the cap would be a luxury giveaway. The story has been framed in the press as more of an everyman issue, and the fact that most of the money at stake involves people at the very top of the curve has been obscured.

The start of this story was classic Trump. Looking for ways to help pay for his own monster tax break at the end of 2017, the Donald decided to poke Democrats with a long stick, via the cap on the unlimited state and local tax deduction.

“He did it for all the wrong reasons,” says David Sirota of The Daily Poster, “but it was the one progressive thing he ever did.”"

Tweet (Glenn Greenwald) (remember when (((they))) attacked Corbyn for that mural, which nobody thought referred to Jews until (((they))) brought it up?):

"If you're a member of Congress like@RepJerryNadler and you don't like an article: fine. But demanding it be "taken down" is obnoxious & abusive: issuing such decrees is not your role as a powerful Congressman. 

And there's nothing remotely "anti-Semitic" about @mtaibbi's article"

Not sarcasm:  tweet (Seth Mandel) (another tragedy):

"Solid pick. Her support for Ukraine was especially praiseworthy."

"War Is Peace, Peace Is War" (Engelhardt).  I always chuckle to myself when I see valiant efforts to explain this insanity while failing to mention the JQ.  You can't.  Add the Maxwell operation, the shekels, and the (((media))), and you can instantly see that all the insane wars are inevitable.  In other words, a trivial puzzle is impossible to solve if you refuse to use the tools in front of you.

"Ukrainian far-right nationalists stage march in center of Kiev to mark 77th anniversary of WWII Nazi military division SS Galicia" (Tickle).

"Zarif-Gate Leak Causes Shake-Up In Iran's Presidential Office As FM Expresses 'Regret'" (Durden).  It seems certain Zarif is gone after the next election, which is too bad, as he seems to have skills.

There is no Iran deal coming:  "Blinken meets Israel spy chief about Iran concerns: Report":

"“Any return to the JCPOA would require sanctions relief, but we are considering removing only those sanctions that are inconsistent with the JCPOA,” State Department spokesman Ned Price said on Wednesday. “Even if we rejoin the JCPOA – which remains a hypothetical – we would retain and continue to implement sanctions on Iran for activities not covered by the JCPOA, including Iran’s missile proliferation, support for terrorism, and human rights abuses.”"

Tweet (Elijah J. Magnier) (remember Abbas lost the last election he participated in, and just stayed in office anyway!):

"Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas delayed the first elections planned in 15 years as expected because he was definitely expected to lose. Abbas is
@netanyahu's best choice."
I'm not sure if we're going to get out of this without violence, and we don't seem to be up for violence, so we are probably all going to die in various horrible ways just to preserve the stealings of the billionaires:  "Deleting The Reset: The Imminent Struggle Ahead" (Smith).
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