Monday, May 10, 2021

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"‘Humanitarian’ agency USAID was ‘key tool’ for Washington undermining the Venezuelan government, official review reveals" (Klarenberg). It is going to get worse with Power in charge.

Categorizing the types of lies:  "Propaganda and the Media: Part 1 – Introduction" (Romanoff).  Tiananmen Square, a fictional version of which is burned into all non-Chinese brains, is a good example.

"College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) Forbids Physicians from Questioning Official Covid-19 Measures".  This is so outrageous, and so obviously outside of their legitimate remit, that I would fall over dead in amazement if these crooks didn't come up with something like this.  The concept of informed consent seems to be in the official crosshairs everywhere.  How can anyone give informed consent if the doctor is unable to discuss options other than those prescribed by the Leader of the Universe, Bill Gates, and his loyal lackey, Doug Ford?

"Antony Blinken Continues To Lecture The World on Values His Administration Aggressively Violates: Greenwald".  Also.

Yeah, there is, or was, a 'dead Navalny doctors' conspiracy theory:  tweet (Bryan MacDonald):

"The "Navalny doctor" reported as missing last night has been found alive. 

The disappearance of the Minister of Health of the Omsk Region Alexander Murakhovsky led to the usual suspects spreading conspiracy theories & disinformation on Twitter."

The Saudis are taking the withdrawal of the Assholes from the Middle East, and the lose cannon that is Turkey, seriously:  "Syria comes in from the cold: Saudi-Syria relationship warms up" (Sahiounie).

"Trump's team 'began planning Qassem Soleimani's assassination in 2017 and wanted to wipe out a 'whole list of folks that day', claims new report: Donald approved $15m extra security for Pompeo on leaving office" (Sharp).  "'Conspiracy is hard': Inside the Trump administration's secret plan to kill Qassem Soleimani" (Murphy/Dorfman).  Note the role of the Kurds and Israel, and the pointed exclusion of the CIA from the operation.  It sounds like the worst of the Trump scum will have to spend the rest of their lives looking over their shoulders.

There is something called universal jurisdiction, but I guess universal doesn't apply to French courts, which, as we seen in the Diab case, are an absolute travesty:  "French court rejects claim in landmark Agent Orange lawsuit".

Tweet (ashok):

"A love story like none other"

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