Thursday, May 27, 2021

A sense of decency

"British schoolchildren face punishment for wearing Palestine flags and keffiyehs" (Ullah). 

"Beijing, the Five Eyes or Something Else? Who’s to Blame for the COVID Pandemic?" (Ehret).  In the absence of hard evidence, who is the most likely virus spreading culprit, China or Assholia?

"Tanks and Think Tanks: How Taiwanese Cash is Funding the Push to War with China" (MacLeod).

"Giant Killers Tackle Google" (Shamir):

"In the recent plot against Belarus President Lukashenko, there is a curious detail totally missing in press reports. The trump evidence of the plot is a tape purporting to be a recording of a conversation between a Belarusian general and the chief plotter, lawyer Yuri Zenkovich, who has Belarusian and American citizenships. In Belarus, Zenkovich was an opposition activist, a well-known member of the Belarusian Popular Front. He left for the US in the mid-2000’s, where he began to build his career as a lawyer, said the US Embassy. The general apparently was used to trap the lawyer, who actively looked for potential accomplices in the Belarus Army. In the tape (5:05), the lawyer tries to convince the general to join the plotters by saying: “I am supported by US Jewish capital. I have excellent relations with the American Jewish Committee. This is an NGO headed by three hundred of the wealthiest Jewish families of America. It is the Jewish Lobby of America”."

Book talk distracts serial killers:  "How Being a Self-Educated Street Intellectual May Have Saved My Life" (Lerro).

"Why paedophiles love the gender revolution" (ripx4nutmeg - aka Graham Linehan).

"The Best Thing Jimmy Carter Ever Did" (Cockburn/Cockburn):

"On the other hand, the following year Carter had an opportunity to remind the Israelis, in his turn, of some other realities of the relationship, such as the fact that Israeli wars require US endorsement. In March 1978, in response to a Palestinian attack inside Israel that killed 37 civilians, the IDF lunged into Southern Lebanon in what the Israelis called Operation Litani. An estimated 2,000 people were killed, most of them civilians. Carter insisted that the Israelis obey a United Nations resolution calling on them to withdrawal. Though they eventually agreed to do so, the IDF continued to dally in its new holdings south of the Litani River in Lebanon. The US government reiterated its demand. Finally, the Israelis reported that all their forces and equipment were back across the border. Carter knew from satellite photographs that they were lying and sent Begin a letter stating that unless Israel did what it had promised within 24 hours, he would move to cut off all aid.

Richard Viets, the Deputy Chief of Mission of the US embassy in Tel Aviv, had the task of delivering the letter directly to Begin. He found the premier at home. “As he read the letter very slowly, he went white,” recalls Viets. “Then he went over to the sideboard and poured two large whiskeys. He took a gulp and then said, ‘Mr. Viets, you win.'” Begin had been uncomfortably reminded for a moment that Carter could be tough when he wanted."

So it can be done.  Biden, or (((Biden's teleprompter))), could have insisted on an immediate stop to the slaughter by Israel.  Of course, after Carter did the right thing, the Khazars then made sure Carter wasn't reelected.

""King of Kings" (1927) and the Origins of Jewish Cultural Censorship" (Joyce).  "Facebook, Social Media Giants Admit to Silencing Palestinian Voices Online" (Buxbaum).  "Big Tech censors Palestinian advocacy around the world, while fostering surge in Jewish extremism in Israel" (Kunzl).  "Facebook to fact-check and suppress individual users" (Parker).

"Rich Guy Asks Around To Find Out Who The New Jeffrey Epstein Is" (The Onion).

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