Saturday, May 08, 2021


"Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem: The full story" (Arnaout).  The current day victims are actually refugees from earlier Khazar murder and land theft.  "J’lem deputy mayor to Palestinian activist: It’s a ‘pity’ you weren’t shot in the head" (Noy).

Not suspicious at all!:  "BREAKING… AZ Audit Director Ken Bennett: Dominion Refuses to Comply with Subpoena and Turn Over Password to Their Maricopa County Machines" (Hoft).  I'll bet!:  "U.S. Justice Department worried about Arizona vote recount".

"Internet Sleuths Claim Two Newly Uncovered Videos From Jan 6th Reveal Who Shot Ashli Babbitt" (revolver).  The comments point to a guy named Cedric Richmond, but cuffs and a bracelet are little to go on (but may be enough to exclude police).  He had announced his plans to resign as a Congressman and join the Biden Administration well prior to January 6, so the incident can't be the reason for his resignation, which occurred later in January.  Of course, the reason for the cover up may be that they wouldn't want a Biden Administration official to be labeled as the shooter!

Asian Dawn covers the spate of murderous attacks by blacks on Asians.

"Is This the Beginning of the End for Labour?" (Molloy).  Israel is still overjoyed with Starmer, and that is all that counts.

"History: The Kent State May 4, 1970 Shootings. New Documents Surface, Raise Serious Questions" (Hudak/Frank).  James Renner has an interesting podcast on this, which includes Renner's unsuccessful attempt to interview a man who allegedly was an agent provocateur who fired the first shot, which provoked the National Guard volleys, from the student crowd.

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