Thursday, May 20, 2021


Fucking anti-Semites!  "I don't know what to do"."  "It’s Not Fair!" (Koenig): 

"And this is the story of a 14-year-old Palestinian boy – who has successively lost his entire family, two brothers and dad – and now his mom – to Israeli war criminals. He commits suicide in despair:

Fourteen-year-old Palestinian child in Gaza committed suicide!

Hamza threw himself from the 8th floor last night.

Hamza lost his entire family in the recent wars on Gaza.

In 2009, his little brother was killed by an Israeli missile while playing football.

In the 2012, his older brother was killed.

In 2014, his father was killed.

Due to this severe trauma,

Hamza became very close to his mother,

his last surviving family member,

who was killed in an Israeli bombing this week.

Shortly after, he ended his life."

"Israeli Embassy Says China is Anti-Semitic for Saying Jews Have Powerful Lobbies" (Dunderhoff).

"Israel/Palestine Coverage Presents False Equivalency Between Occupied and Occupier" (Shupak).

Tweet (Spencer Ackerman):

"Biden is somehow getting *worse* in his statements on the Israeli slaughter in Gaza. “Expect[ing] a significant deescalation on the path to a ceasefire” is meaningless beyond “bomb fewer buildings maybe.”"

We're in that delicate part of a Khazar slaughter when Assholian politicians make statements to maximize their shekel haul by moving back and forth between 100% support for slaughter and 98% support for slaughter.  The 100% sets up the 98%, the Jewish checkbooks come out, back to 100%, and so on.  It is quite the dynamic to watch!

Tweet (Jonathan Cook):

"This picture - of Israeli brutality and impunity – has been true for decades. What's new is a few corporate journalists are giving voice to it. Colleagues will be watching to see what consequences they suffer – from Israel and its lobbyists, and from their own editors"

Tweet (Roaming Charges):

"What's morally more depraved: using civilians as human shields to prevent being killed or using the suspected presence of one or two combatants as justification for bombing an entire block of apartment buildings? (An easy question everywhere except the US State Department.)"

Tweet (ISM Palestine) ("Zim Shipping"):

"The Zim Shanghai, blocked by Durban dockworkers, is owned by Zim Lines, an Israeli state-owned shipping company previously blocked by activists in ports from the US to Tunisia."

Tweet (TrueAnon Pod):

"The CIA had offices in Building 7 which made it a legitimate military target"

Tweet (Max Blumenthal):

"These powerful interviews with @AbujomaaGaza and Al Jazeera's Safwat Kahlout –– Palestinian journalists whose Gaza media offices were destroyed by Israel –– were inexplicably removed by YouTube, but are now back online"

"Biden, Reversing Trump, Permits a Key Putin Goal: a New Russian Natural Gas Pipeline to Germany" (Greenwald).  I guess Putin has a pee tape to hold over (((Biden's teleprompter))).  Joking aside, it makes sense to back down from a called bluff before your weakness is displayed to the world.  The Germans simply weren't going to bend, and were getting mighty pissed at all the pressure, and the pipeline is going in anyway.

Ha!:  "Google Trying to Rebrand Self as Privacy Oriented, To Give Users More Power Over Personal Data" (Dunderhoff):

"Needless to say: stay the hell away from Google, Facebook and any of these other data collection companies.

Google’s search engine is virtually completely worthless at this point anyway. They’ve engaged in such extreme censorship that they’ve broken the algorithm.

For a long time they held out on censoring the main search, because they knew if they started messing with it, it would break the entire thing. But they’ve done that now, and it’s just useless. Even the most non-political thing you can think of can’t be efficiently researched using Google.

Alternative search engines include DuckDuckGo and Yandex.

Yandex also has email. I doubt it’s very secure, but it’s better than Google.

YouTube is of course also totally worthless. But Bitchute is getting better every day. (The site still looks like garbage of course, but I’m shocked at how well it works now. Anyway, you don’t need a site to look good when all you’re doing is clicking videos.)"

"Federal Government's "Domestic Extremism" Committee Is Being Run By the ADL and SPLC, Leaked Documents Show" (Striker).  The ADL was literally established to stop the conviction of a pedophile murderer whose defense was that the black guy did it!

Sailer quotes The Economist (my emphasis in red):

"… Universities say that a boom in regulations under Barack Obama’s administration increased the need to hire more bureaucrats of every kind. But one study found that for every dollar spent to comply with government rules, voluntary spending on bureaucracy totalled $2 at public universities and $3 at private ones. Robert Martin of Centre College in Kentucky, a co-author of the study, says the real reason for the growth in spending is that administrators want to hire subordinates, thereby boosting their own authority and often pay, rather than faculty, over whom they have less power. Bureaucrats outnumber faculty 2:1 at public universities and 2.5:1 at private colleges, double the ratio in the 1970s. Diversity is the top justification for these hires, says Richard Vedder of the Centre for College Affordability and Productivity, a think-tank. Of more than 1,000 bureaucrats at Ohio University in Athens, 400 are superfluous, he reckons. If let go, tuition fees could be cut by a fifth."

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