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It’s official. The Syrian Army assisted by Russian air support is closing in on the last major pocket of terrorists remaining in the country in the province of Idlib near Aleppo. The United States, which has trained and armed some of the trapped gunmen and even as recently as a year ago described the province as “al-Qaeda’s largest safe haven since 9/11,” has perhaps predictably warned Syria off. The White House initially threatened a harsh reaction if the Bashar al-Assad government were to employ any chemical weapons in its final attack, setting the stage for the terrorists themselves to carry out a false flag operation blamed on Damascus that would bring with it a brutal response against the regime and its armed forces by the U.S., Britain and France.

In support of the claims relating to chemical weapons use, the Trump Administration, which is itself illegally occupying part of Syria, is as usual creating a bogus casus belli. U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said in a news conference that “This is a tragic situation, and if they [Russia and Iran] want to continue to go the route of taking over Syria, they can do that. But they cannot do it with chemical weapons. They can’t do it assaulting their people and we’re not going to fall for it. If there are chemical weapons that are used, we know exactly who’s going to use them.” As with all Haley commentary, the appropriate response should be expressing wonderment at her ability to predict who will do something before it occurs followed by “Not quite Nikki.” She should familiarize herself with her own State Department’s travel warning on Syria which states explicitly that “tactics of ISIS, [al-Qaeda affiliate in Idlib] Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, and other violent extremist groups include the use of…chemical weapons.”

Setting the stage for a false flag provoked attack on a country that does not threaten the United States was bad enough, but now Washington has apparently hardened its line, indicating that any use of the Syrian Army to clear the province of rebels will “…not be tolerated. Period.” Haley again spoke out at the United Nations, saying “…an offensive against Idlib would be a reckless escalation. The regime and its backers must stop their military campaign in all its forms.” In support of its inflexible stance, the White House has been citing the presence of a large civilian population also trapped in the pocket even though there is no evidence whatsoever that anyone in Washington actually cares about Syrian civilian casualties.

And there is always Iran just waiting to get kicked around, when all else fails. Haley, always blissfully ignorant but never quiet, commented while preparing to take over the presidency of the U.N. Security Council last Friday, that Russia and Syria “want to bomb schools, hospitals, and homes” before launching into a tirade about Iran, saying that “President Trump is very adamant that we have to start making sure that Iran is falling in line with international order. If you continue to look at the spread Iran has had in supporting terrorism, if you continue to look at the ballistic missile testing that they are doing, if you continue to look at the sales of weapons we see with the Huthis in Yemen — these are all violations of security council resolution. These are all threats to the region, and these are all things that the international community needs to talk about.”

And there is the usual hypocrisy over long term objectives. President Donald Trump said in April that “it’s time” to bring American troops home from Syria -once the jihadists of Islamic State have been definitively defeated. But now that that objective is in sight, there has to be some question about who is actually determining the policies that come out of the White House, which is reported to be in more than usual disarray due to the appearance last week of the New York Times anonymous op-ed describing a “resistance” movement within the West Wing that has been deliberately undermining and sometimes ignoring the president to further Establishment/Deep State friendly policies. The op-ed, perhaps by no coincidence whatsoever, appeared one week before the release of the new book by Bob Woodward Fear: Trump in the White House, which has a similar tale to tell and came out on Amazon today.

The book and op-ed mesh nicely in describing how Donald Trump is a walking disaster who is deliberately circumvented by his staff. One section of the op-ed is particularly telling and suggestive of neocon foreign policy, describing how the White House staff has succeeded in “[calling out] countries like Russia…for meddling and [having them] punished accordingly” in spite of the president’s desire for détente. It then goes on to elaborate on Russia and Trump, describing how “…the president was reluctant to expel so many of Mr. Putin’s spies as punishment for the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain. He complained for weeks about senior staff members letting him get boxed into further confrontation with Russia, and he expressed frustration that the United States continued to impose sanctions on the country for its malign behavior. But the national security team knew better – such actions had to be taken to hold Moscow accountable.”

If the op-ed and Woodward book are in any way accurate, one has to ask “Whose policy? An elected president or a cabal of disgruntled staffers who might well identify as neoconservatives?” Be that as it may, the White House is desperately pushing back while at the same time searching for the traitor, which suggests to many in Washington that it will right the sinking ship prior to November elections by the time honored and approved method used by politicians worldwide, which means starting a war to rally the nation behind the government.

As North Korea is nuclear armed, the obvious targets for a new or upgraded war would be Iran and Syria. As Iran might actually fight back effectively and the Pentagon always prefers an enemy that is easy to defeat, one suspects that some kind of expansion of the current effort in Syria would be preferable. It would be desirable, one presumes, to avoid an open conflict with Russia, which would be unpredictable, but an attack on Syrian government forces that would produce a quick result which could plausibly be described as a victory would certainly be worth considering.

By all appearances, the preparation of the public for an attack on Syria is already well underway. The mainstream media has been deluged with descriptions of tyrant Bashar al-Assad, who allegedly has killed hundreds of thousands of his own people. The rhetoric coming out of the usual government sources is remarkable for its truculence, particularly when one considers that Damascus is trying to regain control over what is indisputably its own sovereign territory from groups that everyone agrees are at least in large part terrorists.

Last week, the Trump White House approved the new U.S. plan for Syria, which, unlike the old plan of withdrawal, envisions something like a permanent presence in the country. It includes a continued occupation of the country’s northeast, which is the Kurdish region; forcing Iran plus its proxies including Hezbollah to leave the country completely; and continued pressure on Damascus to bring about regime change.

Washington has also shifted its perception of who is trapped in Idlib, with newly appointed U.S. Special Representative for Syria James Jeffrey arguing that “. . . they’re not terrorists, but people fighting a civil war against a brutal dictator.” Jeffrey, it should be noted, was pulled out of retirement where he was a fellow with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), an American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) spin off. On his recent trip to the Middle East he stopped off in Israel nine days ago to meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The change in policy, which is totally in line with Israeli demands, would suggest that Jeffrey received his instructions during the visit.

Israel is indeed upping its involvement in Syria. It has bombed the country 200 times in the past 18 months and is now threatening to extend the war by attacking Iranians in neighboring Iraq. It has also been providing arms to the terrorist groups operating inside Syria.

And Netanyahu also appears to be preparing his followers for a bit of bloodshed. In a recent ceremony, he boasted that “the weak are slaughtered” while “the strong” survive — “for good or ill.” Commentators in Israel noted that the words were very close to those used by Adolf Hitler in Mein Kampf in a chapter describing the historical inevitability of domination by the Aryan race. They also observed that Netanyahu, like Trump, also needs a war to free himself from his legal problems.

Taking the president, the U.N. Ambassador, the Israeli Prime Minister and the U.S. Special Representative for Syria at their words, it would appear that the Washington Establishment and its Israeli manipulators have narrowed the options for dealing with Syria and its regional supporter Iran to either war or war. Add to that the closing time window for doing something to ameliorate the Trump Administration’s panic over the impending midterm election, and it would seem that there is a certain inevitability regarding the process whereby the United States military will again be on the march in the Middle East.

Philip M. Giraldi, Ph.D., is Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest, a 501(c)3 tax deductible educational foundation that seeks a more interests-based U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Website is www.councilforthenationalinterest.org, address is P.O. Box 2157, Purcellville VA 20134 and its email is [email protected].

 
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  1. Orwell’s 1984 featured perpetual wars and changes of fronts aided by memory holes. While Stalinism, itself went by the boards, as Orwell sort of predicted, the same tactics became characteristic of Oceania, his name for the anglophone world in the novel. Now we have a threatened possible nuclear war to defend the same raghead elements credited with the 9/11 attacks. In seventeen years we have gone from perpetual war against the raghead element to perpetual war, up to and including extinction, to be engaged in on behalf of the same barbarous elements. If we survive this, historians, or at least those independent of the international “Oceania” deep state structure, will marvel that we came so close to extinction by fighting for the same barbarians which were the rationale of starting perpetual war in the first place.

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  2. By the way, I think that Russia should act against the threats against the moves to liquidate the Idlib barbarians by cutting off all air resupply to the yankee garrison in Afghanistan. An embarrassing defeat there would make it more difficult for the yankees to maintain their siege on behalf of the jihadi elements in Syria. This would be a classic asymetrical response, and would be one that averts nuclear war. If the yankees mount any kind of an attack on Syria, then Hamas ought to send missiles to blow up the Dimona nuclear installation in Israel. This would create Fukushima-like conditions there and perhaps neutralize to some extent the core of the neocon initiative.

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  3. Without thinking it through, wouldn’t starting an unpopular war in Syria and then blaming it on Trump suit a lot of people?

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  4. Respect says:

    https://www.hispantv.com/noticias/china/387857/desplegar-soldados-ofensiva-idlib-terroristas

    According to an iranian news agency at least 3.500 chineses soldiers will help Siria in the battle of Idlib .

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  5. Another great article by Mr. Giraldi. If Trump can’t get the neocons out of the government, who possibly can?

    In liberals derangement over Trump, and willingness to support anything that challenges his 2016 America First (anti-interventionist) campaign, they’re willing to support the old order for fear of an “isolationist,” or realist one, taking its place. If there’s a large scale intervention, it’ll be interesting to see what kind of left-liberal/dissident-right anti-war movement emerges, and if that furthers the deformation of the normative “liberal” “conservative” divide.

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  6. Greg Bacon says: • Website

    The United States, which has trained and armed some of the trapped gunmen and even as recently as a year ago described the province as “al-Qaeda’s largest safe haven since 9/11

    Since we’ve been told a gazillion times al Qaeda did 9/11 and now, the Pentagon is using it’s resources to fund, equip, train and protect al Qaeda and their CIA-created spin-off groups, the White House needs to answer this question:

    Since the US is now supporting the terrorist outfit we’ve been told did 9/11, that means that either al Qaeda didn’t do 9/11 and we’ve been lied to ever since or the USG is now officially a terrorist regime, since we support–in endless ways–the group that you said attacked the US on 9/11, al Qaeda.

    They can only choose one answer.

    Did Ynet make a mistake and accidentally release the pre-written PR too early?

    BREAKING NEWS
    Report: Chlorine gas attacks in Idlib
    Ynet|Published: 09.10.18 , 10:36

    Syrian president Bashar Assad used chlorine gas in his attacks on the rebels last stronghold in Idlib, reported an American source to the Wall Street Journal.

    It has further been reported that US president Donald Trump threatened “a massive attack” against Assad’s regime if he commits a massacre in Idlib.

    https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-5346705,00.html

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  7. Brewer says:
    @Colin Wright

    Study the History. The Neo-cons always opt for the win or spin strategy.

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  8. From a 2015 interview with the head of the Syrian Catholic Church:

    ‘The patriarch accused Western governments of wanting to “perpetuate the endless conflict in Syria” and of having “betrayed the Christians of the East. We explained from the beginning that our situation was different from that of other nations in the region, they were not listened to. And now we mourn deaths over the past five years.”’

    There was a time when the West went to war in the Levant to defend Christianity. Nowadays, the leaders of the Judaized West dutifully betray Christians.

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  9. @Respect

    #Fakenews

    No boubt a lot of people would love China to step in and save the day, but Chinese are far too timid and risk-averse to get involved in something like that.

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  10. Realist says:
    @AlbionRevisited

    Another great article by Mr. Giraldi. If Trump can’t get the neocons out of the government, who possibly can?

    If you believe Trump is trying to remove neocons(Deep State) from the government, explain Bolton and many other Deep State denizens Trump has appointed.

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  11. As shown in this article, one major American company has taken steps to ensure that the world doesn’t hear Syria’s viewpoint on the final push of the Syrian civil war:

    https://viableopposition.blogspot.com/2018/09/censoring-syria-videocracy-and-cyberwar.html

    History has shown that conquering forces almost always try to control the media as a key part of taking over a nation.

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  12. What this illustrates, yet again, is that Putin is irreversibly bogged down in Syria. All he can do is sit there and take whatever the US dishes up to him.

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  13. @AlbionRevisited

    AlbionRevisted said: “If Trump can’t get the neocons out of the government, who possibly can?”
    Hey AlbionRevisited!
    … A question, re; above.
    … Given Jewish Lobby & Netanyahu-approved President Trump welcomed Neoconservatives into his administration, why do you suppose that he now might want to get them out?
    … It is the Democrat left-wing Neoconservatives who want Trump “out of government.”
    … Thank you.

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  14. Tyrion 2 says:

    Target Syria
    Will a new war be the October Surprise

    No. Don’t you get bored of being wrong? Have any of your predictions come true? America and allies are quite at peace with how Syria is unfolding. If you don’t get that, you don’t get anything.

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  15. Trump either has the brain of a fruit fly or is a Zio-con controlled entity of Americas greatest enemy, Israel. Either way this will not end well for any of us and could well lead to the spark that starts the third in Albert Pike’s series of three world wars. Sad thing is stupid Americans will buy it all or even worse, just don’t give a shit.

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  16. From the pen of one of the true Christian ministers left in America. Christian Zionism is a cancer and will see America destroyed. It is far past time for you Trumptards to wake up and smell the coffee. Trump and Zionism are both lies and will have us all slaughtered on the alter of Israhell.

    https://chuckbaldwinlive.com/Articles/tabid/109/ID/3783/Prophets-To-Ahab-And-Evangelicals-To-Trump-Go-Up-Attack-Syria.aspx

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  17. Aussie6 says:

    “The US Admits AlQaeda Runs Idlib And That They Want To Protect It”


    This is out of Nikky Haley’s own big mouth!

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  18. The Zionist and Zionist controlled deep state attack on 911 was used as a fraudulent excuse to attack Iraq and Afghanistan and the attack was the result of the plan of the Zionists to benefit Israel and the Zionist goal of a NWO.

    Then this plan for the destruction of the Mideast was used to include Libya and Syria in their diabolical scheme and so Libya was destroyed and Syria was next on the Zionist chopping block and so AL CIADA aka ISIS and all the branches of this demonic cabal were armed and funded by the U.S./ISRAEL/BRITAIN and NATO and unleashed on Syria.

    Then Syria on the brink of defeat requested the help of Russia and with the help of Russia the tide was turned and the whole scheme of the unholy trinity of the U.S./ISRAEL/BRITAIN was exposed and shown to the world to be entirely a Zionist plan for destruction of not only Syria but the Mideast.

    Thank God for Putin and Russia and Assad and Syria for standing up against the Zionist NWO and defending Christians in Syria.

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  19. annamaria says:
    @exiled off mainstreet

    Agree, we live in the Orwellian world of the forever war.
    There is also a particular factor of the “eternal victimhood,” superior morality,” and other profiteering Holo-biz memes that have been employed to create a fig leaf on the genocidal policies of the Jewish Power:
    “The Israeli lobby in Western capitals, including Washington, is so big that they assess the situation in the Middle East from Israel’s point of view, acting in the interests of this and not in theirs. They have spent billions of dollars to overthrow the Bashar Assad government but have never achieved the goal and are now paying for their blind pro-Israel policy.” https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/09/blunder-the-west-has-made-a-strategic-mistake-in-syria/
    – This is a pretty precise outline of the role of Israel in the mass slaughter of civilians in Syria (and in the Middle East at large).

    On the day of commemoration of the 9/11, the US and its bosses in Israel and AIPAC found themselves as being the strongest supporters and weaponizers of Al Qaeda.
    The same pro-Israel forces in the US and the Jewish State have been arming and politically supporting the neo-Nazi in Ukraine. No wonder that the EU and US are under the Jewish Power’ pressure to get rid of the freedom of information and the freedom of speech. People are jailed for mentioning the Israeli cooperation with the Al Qaeda and neo-Nazis, since mentioning the facts uncomfortable for the Jewish Power is now qualified as anti-semitism.

    The Jewish Bolshevik power is back:
    Joseph Stalin: “In the U.S.S.R. anti-semitism is punishable with the utmost severity of the law… Under U.S.S.R. law, active anti-semites are liable to the death penalty.” https://stalinsmoustache.org/2015/04/04/stalins-anti-semitism/

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  20. @DESERT FOX

    That’s it, as they say, in a nutshell.

    Good article.

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  21. American concern for the folks in Idlib would be a bit more convincing if Uncle Sam hadn’t bombed Mosul and Raqqa to powder while killing thousands of civilians. And what about the Saudi bombing of the Yemen using US weapons and US refueling a/c in which just recently 40 school kids were killed? Looking a bit further back, there were the 500,000 kids the US starved in Iraq which Madeline Albright stated was “worth in” to keep Saddam in his box? Yeah, we really have a great concern for Arab civilians; what a bunch of lies!

    What this is all about is trying to reverse Assad’s victory in the civil war in his own country in which the terrorists were funded and armed by the US and its allies. It’s all about bring chaos and disaster to another Arab country for Israel’s benefit. Regime change is a joke; the Israel Firsters dominating our foreign policy didn’t care a wit what American intervention brought to Iraq and Libya; creating failed states was quite enough.

    The danger here, of course, is that the Russians have a formal alliance with Syria and an attack on Syria is bound to kill Russians and could lead to WW3. Only Israel’s friends here care enough about who runs Syria to risk WW3. Most of the rest of us couldn’t care less who governs Syria and would prefer to let the Syrians sort things out. But Israel’s supporters here have a different agenda which puts us all at risk. And it sure looks like once again we are going to attack one of Israel’s enemies for Israel’s benefit.

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  22. annamaria says:
    @Greg Bacon

    “Since the US is now supporting the terrorist outfit we’ve been told did 9/11, that means that either al Qaeda didn’t do 9/11 and we’ve been lied to ever since or the US Government is now officially a terrorist regime, since we support the group that you said attacked the US on 9/11, al Qaeda.”
    — This is an excellent Q for the ADL, AIPAC, White House, State Department, satanic Pompeo, “patriotic” Cheney (the greatest traitor to the USA citizenry), and the richly decorated US brass serving the Jewish Power, financiers, and mega war-profiteers.

    2017: “… 20 veterans a day commit suicide. The numbers come from the largest study undertaken of veterans’ records by the VA…” https://www.cbsnews.com/news/suicide-among-veterans-higher-states/

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  23. Moi says:
    @Johnnie Walker Read

    “Trump either has the brain of a fruit fly or is a Zio-con controlled entity of Americas greatest enemy, Israel.”

    Our lout is both.

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  24. annamaria says:
    @Michael Kenny

    Read carefully:
    “From a 2015 interview with the head of the Syrian Catholic Church:
    ‘The patriarch accused Western governments of wanting to “perpetuate the endless conflict in Syria” and of having “betrayed the Christians of the East. We explained from the beginning that our situation was different from that of other nations in the region, they were not listened to. And now we mourn deaths over the past five years.”’
    There was a time when the West went to war in the Levant to defend Christianity. Nowadays, the leaders of the Judaized West dutifully betray Christians.”
    That was a reposting of post No 8.

    Share your Jewish Bolshevick hatred with the ADL: “Rights Groups Demand Israel Stop Arming neo-Nazis in Ukraine./b https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/rights-groups-demand-israel-stop-arming-neo-nazis-in-the-ukraine-1.6248727
    “The Azov militia’s members use the Nazi salute and carry swastikas and SS insignias. Moreover, some of them openly admit they have neo-Nazi sentiments…”
    Go to lecture your “most victimized” in Knesset and AIPAC; they have lost any human decency long time ago, anyway.

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  25. annamaria says:
    @Tyrion 2

    Tyrion 2 s: “… America and allies are quite at peace with how Syria is unfolding…”
    – Sure. Nothing pleases the Jewish Power more than the ongoing mass slaughter in Libya and Syria. Zionists are so “humanitarian” when the human flesh of the neighbors of Jewish State is concerned.

    https://new-power.org/2013/12/21/bloodshed-settlements-hike-pressure-on-mideast-talks/

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  26. annamaria says:
    @Tyrion 2

    “Staged Filming of False Flag ‘Chemical Attacks’ Has Begun in Idlib:” https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-11/russian-defense-ministry-says-filming-mock-chemical-attack-has-begun-idlib

    From the comment section:

    1. “The only way for Syria and Iran and Russia to defend Syria is to clearly tell Washington, London, Paris (the main ZOGs) and Israel that attacks on Syria will be responded to by attacks on Israeli military and intel sites. The introduction of any nuclear device of any size will result in a full-scale nuclear response.
    That is the only play otherwise Syria simply bleeds to death as the Jews get their puppets to keep fomenting terror and dropping bombs on SAA efforts to fight those terrorists. … We come to the moment when Russia either defends Syria by hitting Israel or it decides to accept the Long Death of Anglo-Zionist megalomania.”

    2. “I really do wish Russia would just instantly bomb Israel. That would be the best way to separate us from that satanic rope around our necks.”

    3. “I call everyone in the military to disobey orders for attacking anything in Syria except Isis. Need to spread this on social media. Don’t be mercenaries of Israel.”

    — Your “most victimized” have squandered all and any sympathy for your “incomparable sufferings” by promoting the ongoing slaughter in the Middle East. The Jewish State and its subordinate zionized US have become the gravest danger to humanity.

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  27. Greg Bacon says: • Website
    @Realist

    If you believe Trump is trying to remove neocons(Deep State) from the government, explain Bolton and many other Deep State denizens Trump has appointed.

    Agreed.

    Drain the Swamp? Trump and his sidekick Jared K inhabit the murkiest depths of that Swamp. But people will say Tubby’s being forced into a corner and just has to appoint neoCON psychopaths like Bolton. Then explain Trump appointing Nutty Nikki to the UN, at the start of his presidency? Israeli PM wanted Nutty in that job and after watching her unhinged performances in the UNGA, I see why; she’s a Shabbos Goy, more than willing to do anything Israel asks, and BTW, keep me in mind for that POTUS opening, OK guys?

    MAGA was Trump’s ‘Hope and Change’ mantra that many bought.

    Trump made and lost four multi-billion dollar fortunes while using NYC as his home base. Then made another multi-billion dollar fortune. One doesn’t do that in NYC unless you’re in bed with the same gangsters that have been looting this nation for decades, those TBTF Wall Street banks that us peasants are forced to bail-out every 10 or so years.

    Trump was bought and paid for a long time ago, now he’s paying off his helpers by doing their dirty work around the word while the ‘marks,’ us Americans, get our pockets picked.

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  28. Realist says:
    @Greg Bacon

    Excellent.

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  29. c matt says:

    If there are chemical weapons that are used, we know exactly who’s going to use them.

    Finally, Haley the Whore speaks some truth! We will know because we will be the ones who use them!

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  30. c matt says:
    @Respect

    I would find it surprising. The Chinese seem too smart and too patient to entangle themselves in something that is already effectively weakening their main rivals. If anything screamed to the Chinese to adopt a “let’s you and him fight” position, Syria is it.

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    @annamaria

    The US and British Special Forces who are helping Nusra Front in Idlib have been crucifying civilians!

    ***Warning Graphic****

    https://www.patreon.com/posts/moderate-rebels-21338595 

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  32. bj says:
    @Felix Keverich

    The Chinese special forces in Syria are there to make sure the Uyghur head choppers die in place.

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    Sorry some trailing characters got embedded in that link. Try this (should end with 20338595 OR you can remove the trailing characters all the way back to the last ’5′ and refresh):

    https://www.patreon.com/posts/moderate-rebels-21338595

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  34. Tyrion 2 says:
    @annamaria

    I get it. You’re Palestinian. You’re aggrieved. Every single year for 70 years your guys have refused to come to a deal and every single year your hand has gotten weaker. That must be hugely frustrating.

    But best for you that you live in the real world. 3 random comments from you on an interesting but minor and consistently prognosticatarily incorrect site is not the real world.

    Israel doesn’t want Iran in Syria long-term. Everyone else but hardline elements of the Iranian state agree, so they have now been pushed.

    That is the end of the matter, along with some reasonable autonomy for the Kurds. It’d be lovely for them to have a proper sovereign country over all of the areas they’d like to lay claim to, but the Kurds appreciate their position and play with the hand they are dealt.

    Also, making up phrases and putting them in quotes as if I have ever said them is strikingly dishonest.

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  35. @bj

    It’s total BS. Where did you get this from?

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  36. Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @Colin Wright

    Absolutely. Trump is being led by the nose into WW3. It’s only a matter of time, unfortunately.

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  37. This whole issue is so surrealistic. The last time the OPCW didn’t confirm their accusations, but now they know who is going to commit a chemical attack right now, and they don’t even wait for the actual events to be cocksure about it. Apparently they want a nuclear Mexican standoff. This is the problem that last time maybe Russia wasn’t convincingly committed to a nuclear war, and so they are trying to explore this perceived weakness. It will get to a point where the US will call Russia’s “bluff” which will turn out not to have been a bluff.

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    @Moi

    You’re being very unkind to fruit flies.

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  39. anonymous[251] • Disclaimer says:

    All Trump has to do to get rid of the Op Ed guy is to fire all those who want to go to war withRussia. That would leave him with no staff.

    But Trump is not fooling me. You do not make a campaign promise to cooperate with Russia, and then hire all these people who want to go to war with Russia.
    It tells me that Trump was lying during his campaign.

    He told us Iraq was the wrong decision, and now he has bombed Syria twice and is ready to bomb them again; he told us that he wants out of the mid-east; he told us he wanted to cooperate with Russia.

    So I voted for him, but he was lying. I already found out he is a brazen liar. He took those Clinton women to his debate to humiliate Hillary and Bill Clinton, when all the while he was doing the same thing with women. That is what I call a brazen liar.

    He is a pawn of the State of Israel,nothing more and nothing less. They probably told him to hire Bolton and all the other war-mongers around him. He’s not surrounded by the enemy. He is surrounded by his friends.

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  40. Herald says:
    @Tyrion 2

    I get it, you’re a rabid Zio, nothing more needs to be said.

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  41. El Dato says:
    @AlbionRevisited

    In liberals derangement over Trump, and willingness to support anything that challenges his 2016 America First (anti-interventionist) campaign, they’re willing to support the old order for fear of an “isolationist,” or realist one, taking its place.

    Dude. Liberals ARE the Old Order.

    There never has been a war abroad, or Big State emworsening at home that they didn’t support.

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  42. Herald says:
    @Felix Keverich

    Possibly bj is fantasising about the Chinese in Syria but at least his/her heart is in the right place.

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  43. El Dato says:
    @c matt

    So, the Whore of Babylon and the Red Heifer are aligned.

    What’s missing?

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  44. The biggest mystery of this whole presidency is why the guy who went to battle against the GOP foreign policy establishment turned over those policy positions to them, instead of putting people into office who actually looked favorably on him and shared areas of agreement with him (paleocons, realists, non-interventionists, etc.). The only foreign policy promise he’s kept is the one that happened to align with the neocon preferences: backing out of the Iran deal.

    I guess it must come down to Jared Kushner and his close ties with Israel and the Gulf Arabs, but still find it bizarre that Trump never reached out to Pat Buchanan, Rand Paul, Steve Bannon, etc., in selecting foreign policy officials.

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  45. @Anonymous

    The issue is that, while most likely there will be no ww3 after this newest crisis, just as there was no nuclear war after the April crisis, we never know exactly how close we are to a nuclear war, because previously both parties tried to stay clear of such situations. How many times can the US illegally strike at Syrian targets without it leading to some Russian response which would in turn lead to some US response and so on, until we’ll face some kind of situation where the sweating, nervous and sleep-deprived leadership of one of these nuclear superpowers will in an underground bunker rightly or wrongly contemplate the possibility that if they don’t use their nukes in 20 minutes, they’ll lose most of them..? Since we’ve rarely been in such situations, we don’t really know what the margin of error is, nor what could lead to the use of nuclear weapons. We have no idea.

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  46. tac says:
    @annamaria

    FSB arrests ISIS member ‘who planned murder of a Donbass leader on behalf of Ukraine’

    The Russian security service, the FSB, says it has arrested an Islamic State operative who was planning to murder one of the leaders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR) on behalf of the Ukrainian authorities.
    The suspected terrorist was identified as Mejid Magomedov, who was born in 1988 in Russia’s southern Dagestan republic. He was arrested on Sunday in Russia’s Smolensk region in the west of the country.

    https://www.rt.com/news/438028-fsb-isis-member-ukraine/

    Explosive Skripal allegations may blow up in Syria – George Galloway

    Today’s latest offering is that the ‘Russians’ in the ‘mugshots’ released last week are ‘already dead’ having been ‘executed by Putin’ to stop them talking, forever. Which neatly avoids the British state asking Russia for help in identifying them. London’s failure to do so was already arousing suspicion amongst a cynical public. There is now no point, the would-be assassins are now six-feet below the permafrost of Anglo-Russian relations.

    The media here have completely ignored the statement of the head of the anti-terrorist squad of Scotland Yard that he had “No” evidence of Russian state involvement in the crime in Salisbury, preferring instead the cheap barroom brawling of the British prime minister on the floor of the House of Commons cheered on by the vulgar popular press and their more refined elder sisters in the upmarket papers and on the BBC.

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/438157-skripal-syria-allegations-russia/

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  47. @Herald

    Yes, I’ve been seeing that a lot.

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  48. annamaria says:
    @Tyrion 2

    Tyrion 2 complains and makes accusations: “… making up phrases and putting them in quotes as if I have ever said them is strikingly dishonest.”

    — Tyrion 2, you cannot even honestly refute anything See your own post:
    Tyrion 2 says:
    September 11, 2018 at 12:24 pm GMT
    “…America and allies are quite at peace with how Syria is unfolding. … ”

    More amazing statements from Tyrian 2: “I get it. You’re Palestinian. You’re aggrieved.”

    – I am quite distant genetically and geographically from the Palestinians. The Jewish Power has become a menace not just for the natives of Palestine but for the whole world. And the more your tribe whines on the holo-biz themes and the more vicious are the attacks on the freedom of speech and freedom of information from the Jewish Power, the more miserable your tribe becomes.

    Either the honest and intelligent Jews stand up to the menace of the aggressive and zionist Jewish Power, or the archival documents on the Jewish Bolshevik Revolution and the facts of the ongoing slaughter in the Middle East (fomented and hatched by the Jewish Power in the US/EU/Israel) will finally crystallize into an image of a heartless, thieving, dishonest, and parasitic Jewish tribe.

    A sample: An Azov militiaman – an openly neo-Nazi group – holding an Israeli Tavor rifle.

    The Jewish State arms the neo-Nazi in Ukraine. Guess, the weaponizing of neo-Nazi is in honor of the holo-biz.

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  49. @AlbionRevisited

    “If Trump can’t get the neocons out of the government, who possibly can? “

    Perhaps someone who wants to?

    “In liberals derangement over Trump, and willingness to support anything that challenges his 2016 America First (anti-interventionist) campaign, they’re willing to support the old order for fear of an “isolationist,” or realist one, taking its place.”

    Based on most of what he’s said and quite a bit of what he’s done, it seems to me that Trump himself is one of the “liberals” who are deranged by, well, Trump. And I agree that sometimes, during the 2016 campaign, Trump talked a bit of non-interventionism. Other times, it was “Oh, we’re going to build the biggest-est, best-est, most awesome-est military in history.” Why you need that if you’re not planning to operate a global empire, I can’t imagine. In any case, to the extent that Big Orange can be deciphered at all, there seems to be Good Trump and Bad Trump. And Bad Trump seems quite prominent among the Trump Derangement Syndrome crowd.

    Which is weird. But then, we live in very stupid times.

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  50. Who knows ?
    But here in the Netherlands the opposite, politicians, stupid or pretending to be stupid, now are indignant that the Netherlands gave for € 90 million vehicles etc. to Muslim rebels who fought, or still fight, against Assad.
    Stoltenberg warned Netanyahu that if he begins a war against Iran NATO will not support Israel.
    The EU does not support Trump canceling the nuclear deal with Iran.
    EU enterprises made huge investments in Iran.
    Then there is the growing Russian military presence in and around Iran.
    What Erdogan would do, completely unpredictable.
    So I wonder if Trump will open this Pandora’s Box.
    On top of all this, the EU will surely disintegrate if there is a new mass wave of immigrants.
    See the Swedish election results

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  51. annamaria says:
    @tac

    …”the statement of the head of the anti-terrorist squad of Scotland Yard that he had “No” evidence of Russian state involvement in the crime in Salisbury…”

    Yes. The UK government has lost its marbles in the pursuit of power & money. They suffer the same disease as their Israeli and US counterparts — the loss of the life-saving integrity and intelligence and the triumph of the life-threatening stupidity.
    The western governments have become incompetent due to the lack of the populace’ supervision. For any living organism, no feedback means no protective actions ensuring the survival of the organism.
    The Cheneys and Bibis and Blairs of the world are not intelligent enough even to envision the future for their immediate progeny, nevermind grandkids. These stupid elders are covered in the blood of the innocent.

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  52. mr meener says:
    @Felix Keverich

    they weren’t to timid in Korea

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  53. @annamaria

    The Cheneys and Bibis and Blairs

    Cheney was a draft dodger as was Bolton who was a “conscientious objector”. As was most of US political class who got to power in 1990s on.

    Bibi for them sure as hell looks like a war hero. There is a method to US “elites” being enamored with IDF military history. Apart, of course, from being in the pockets of Israeli Lobby. Their war-mongering is a way of compensation.

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  54. annamaria says:

    The zionized MSM went on a presstituting rampage: “Filming of staged chemical attack in Syrian Idlib begins” https://www.rt.com/news/438158-staged-chemical-attack-idlib/

    Meanwhile, a real patriot in the US Congress has something to say about the chemical attack, which the zionizd media and the zionized US Congress do not want to hear: “British intelligence planning fake chemical attack in Syria – US Senator” https://www.rt.com/uk/438063-chemical-attack-british-intelligence/
    “Virginia State Senator Richard Black has claimed UK intelligence was planning a chemical attack in Syria, which they would then blame on the Syrian government.”

    Comment section: “The same people who destroyed Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, and created a mess in many other parts of the world are still respected guests at talk shows, shamelessly offering their ‘valuable’ opinion on places like Syria, another chaos they created. Such is the state of the ‘free Western world’ we live in.” — Let the warmongers and their families meet the same fate that the warmongers have “arranged” for the hundreds of thousands of innocent families in the Middle East.

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  55. mr meener says:

    nimrata Randhawa alias nuki haley says she has intelligence that Putin and Assad were seen in wal mart with a shopping cart full of Clorox bleach which indicates a chemical attack for sure. she also said when the US bombed Syria because of the last chemical attack Putins passport was found in the rubble

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  56. mr meener says:
    @Johnnie Walker Read

    the jews have inducted the evan-genitals into their death cult

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  57. mr meener says:
    @annamaria

    satan controls this world and that is why the devils spawn the jews never lose and the most powerful ones live to 100 years old. the jews have put 100′s of millions into hell

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  58. mr meener says:
    @Tyrion 2

    who the f#@k is Israel to tell Syria who can be in there country. would you like it if Syria said the Israelis shouldn’t be in the palestinians country?

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  59. bjondo says:
    @El Dato

    When the Red Whore is immolated,
    tranny Moshiach/Satan appears.
    All the faithful will receive a copy of the Torah,
    then
    they die.
    The End.

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  60. virgile says:

    The neocons are only a few and their names are=is known to everybody. It is then easy to neutralize them once for all. As they call for violence and murders then it is clear how they would want to be dealt with.

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  61. Miro23 says:
    @annamaria

    The western governments have become incompetent due to the lack of the populace’ supervision. For any living organism, no feedback means no protective actions ensuring the survival of the organism.

    I wouldn’t call western governments (politicians) incompetent. They deal with a lazy disconnected public who only criticize vs. special interests who are very friendly and give them money, help with their offices, entertain them and generally do their logistics and take care of their social lives + actively help them get re-elected.

    A few moral compromises are required, but the media won’t call them out on it.

    The alternative is an active low level citizen democracy with local taxation and spending and balanced citizen research and debate on an issue by issue basis. The US has not experienced this since the 18th Century, and it’s also forgotten in western Europe with the odd exception such as Switzerland.

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  62. Tom Welsh says:

    “It would be desirable, one presumes, to avoid an open conflict with Russia, which would be unpredictable…”

    Quite wrong, and very dangerous. In fact an “open conflict” (or, as we say in English, a war) against Russia would – very predictably indeed – have one of two possible outcomes:

    1. A catastrophic and decisive defeat for the USA;

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    2. The destruction of all human life.

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  63. Greg Bacon says: • Website
    @El Dato

    So, the Whore of Babylon and the Red Heifer are aligned. What’s missing?

    The Golden Calf the Hebrews molted out of all that gold they stole from Egypt, then started worshiping.

    As for the Red Heifer, it’s a GM one, but what God in his/her/its right mind would dare to say that is a fraud and doesn’t count to the self-chosen Masters of the Universe?

    After all, when you brag about one of your Rabbis debating G-d and G-d losing the debate, putting G-d back in his/her/its place, you know your race/religion is very special! Must be that GOYIM DNA G-d had that made the entity get uppity and try to win an argument with Chosen One.

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  64. Tom Welsh says:
    @annamaria

    Hardly surprising to any student of history. After all, virtually every aspect of Nazi strategy and tactics was directly copied from Jewish examples – usually as documented in the Old Testament. Master race – blitzkrieg – extermination of people whose land one wants to take – pride in “pure blood” – prohibition against fraternisation and miscegenation – permissibility (and even approval) of all forms of deceit and trickery when practiced against “subhumans”…

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  65. @DESERT FOX

    U.S./ISRAEL/BRITAIN and NATO and unleashed on Syria.

    You forgot KSA.

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  66. Tom Welsh says:
    @Admiral Assbar

    “The biggest mystery of this whole presidency is why the guy who went to battle against the GOP foreign policy establishment turned over those policy positions to them…”

    It seems fairly clear that, whenever a new President is sworn in, he immediately receives a “pep talk” in which he is informed what he will and will not say and do, and what will happen to him, his family, their pets, and everyone they have ever spoken to if he disobeys. Probably this “offer that he can’t refuse” is concluded by words along the lines of: “…and if you want to get what the Kennedys got, just try stepping out of line”.

    J. Edgar Hoover used to do something of the kind when he was head of the FBI, but that was relatively benign – just a threat of blackmail accompanied by kindly advice never to fight the FBI.

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  67. Greg Bacon says: • Website

    A senior WH source has confirmed that it was actually Putin and not Vince McMahon that presidential candidate Trump shaved.

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  68. annamaria says:
    @Andrei Martyanov

    “Their war-mongering is a way of compensation..”

    There are too many “compensators” in the DC: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-11/buchanan-trump-going-neocon-syria

    “In an editorial Friday, the [Washngton] Post goaded Trump, calling his response to Assad’s ruthless [?] recapture of his country “pathetically weak.” To stand by and let the Syrian army annihilate the rebels in Idlib, said the Post, would be “another damaging abdication of U.S. leadership.”

    – Very clear. The WP is heavily zionized. The Al Qaeda (euphemistically called by the WP “compensators” the “rebels in Idlib”) is a great asset for the dreamers about Eretz Israel. The authors of the editorial are cowards of zionist persuasion, who would never ever stand for the US interests and for such western values as the freedom of information. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQbYCY9Cr7o

    – Here is the presstituting Martin Baron, Executive Editor at The Washington Post. “Baron was born to a Jewish family. His parents immigrated from Israel.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Baron — And Israel is a place where Martin Baron’s heart belongs to. It would be great if his body and his whole family also belong to the Land of Dancing Israelis, instead of using the resources of the US citizenry in propping the warmongering and supremacist Jewish State.

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  69. pensword says:
    @exiled off mainstreet

    Hamas ought to send missiles to blow up the Dimona nuclear installation in Israel

    You mean the bottle rockets occasionally lobbed over the ever-shifting “border” fence? The ones that usually land in the middle of some fallow field?

    I’m not sure what you imagine Hamas has at its disposal, but they certainly don’t have the capability to do what you imagine.

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  70. Agent76 says:

    Jun 16, 2017 Syria has survived dozens of empires

    Video by the Ministry of Tourism in The Syrian Arab Republic

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  71. Tom Welsh says:
    @Tyrion 2

    “I get it. You’re Palestinian. You’re aggrieved. Every single year for 70 years your guys have refused to come to a deal and every single year your hand has gotten weaker. That must be hugely frustrating”.

    In other words, as the Athenian spokesman told the Melians 2434 years ago,

    “For ourselves, we shall not trouble you with specious pretences – either of how we have a right to our empire… or are now attacking you because of wrong that you have done us – and make a long speech which would not be believed; and in return we hope that you, instead of thinking to influence us by saying that… that you have done us no wrong, will aim at what is feasible, holding in view the real sentiments of us both; since you know as well as we do that right, as the world goes, is only in question between equals in power, while the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must…”

    The founders of the state of Israel took the land which it now claims from its real owners by unlimited violence, simply killing everyone who resisted. If, for 70 years, the Palestinians have “refused to come to a deal”, it is for the same reasons that the victims of murder and robbery do not agree to “a deal” with the criminals who murdered their families and robbed them of their ancestral possessions.

    Remind me, what is the statute of limitations on murder, robbery and genocide? Are Israelis to be forgiven sooner than Nazis who committed identical crimes?

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  72. Pretty clear: nutty Haley is a whore who will say anything she’s told. So Mr Trump, is anyone ever fired in your admin?
    I am seeing clear signs Trump is a puppet or incompetent

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  73. Tom Welsh says:
    @Michael Kenny

    “What this illustrates, yet again, is that Putin is irreversibly bogged down in Syria”.

    I don’t call entering the war in 2015 and more or less finishing it in Syria’s favour within three years being “irreversibly bogged down”. I call it a swift knock-out.

    “All he can do is sit there and take whatever the US dishes up to him”.

    Isn’t that a fairly accurate description of any decent, honest, Christian person faced by a vile, dishonourable criminal who is willing to stoop to the most disgraceful methods to achieve his ends?

    “Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?

    “Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven”.

    But this text should not be taken as a cast iron guarantee that Mr Putin will never strike a blow in return. It’s one thing when “my brother” sins against me – quite another when he sins against my whole people, or against helpless civilians.

    For the people who do such things, quite coldly and deliberately in pursuit of money and power, the Bible has slightly different advice.

    “It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones”.

    Washington should remember that everyone has a limit, and also that Russians are not accustomed to bragging, threatening or bluffing. If they strike back – or, rather, if Washington continues to push them, when they strike back – it will be a stunning, completely unexpected blow to which there will be no possible response.

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  74. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @annamaria

    Mr. Black is not in the US Congress. None of them has the guts to make any such statement.

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  75. Tom Welsh says:
    @Colin Wright

    “Without thinking it through, wouldn’t starting an unpopular war in Syria and then blaming it on Trump suit a lot of people?”

    I think that even Americans realize that the war was started by Obama, not by Trump. (And, of course, it was planned as long ago as the 1950s).

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  76. @Realist

    I was referring to the campaign he ran in which most of the neocons opposed him.

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  77. @ChuckOrloski

    I was referring to the campaign, of course we’re in a different situation now. It’s amazing the way in which they were able to co-oped his administration.

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  78. @El Dato

    I was thinking of the crowd that would have previously opposed wars in the middle east, left liberals you might say. People like Elizabeth Warren are most comfortable with foreign wars than “isolationism.”

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  79. @Reactionary Utopian

    I think on the campaign trail when Trump was speaking from the heart, or shooting from the hip, he seemed genuinely opposed to foreign interventions. But, ya, we live in clown world.

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  80. Iris says:
    @Agent76

    What a magnificent country Syria is.

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  81. RVBlake says:
    @annamaria

    Cheney stated he had “other things to do” during the Vietnam War. Bolton stated he had no intention of dying in a war that was already lost. Ironic, given the eagerness with which both chickenhawks send young Americans to their bloody end in desert wars.

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  82. Iris says:

    The “Battle of Idlib” will be judged as the landmark struggle that sealed the fate of all the Middle-East, not just that of Syria. It is History unfolding under our eyes.

    Regional alliances have gone through such an incredible upheaval that this battle could be won by the Syrian government with limited military involvement, pulling the rug off the feet of the Anglo-Zionist warmongers and defeating their chemical attack scenarios. This will be another testimony to President Putin’s political genius.

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  83. Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @reiner Tor

    The biggest tragedy here is that the (((people))) in control of the US/UK/France want a war against Iran/Russia/China. Their speciality is goyim-on-goyim slaughter and the WW3 is actually necessary for their messianic ambitions. Their plan is to watch it from underground bunkers and rule over whatever is left afterwards.

    That’s why I said “it’s only a matter of time”. They will never stop on their own.

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  84. Respect says:

    A french proverb says that ” nobody can fart higher than his asshole ” ( personne ne peut peter plus haut que son cul ) , but many keep on trying .

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  85. Respect says:
    @Anonymous

    the FUKUS countries , France , UK , US .

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  86. Realist says:
    @AlbionRevisited

    I was referring to the campaign he ran in which most of the neocons opposed him.

    Or appeared to.

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  87. @AlbionRevisited

    AlbionRevisted wrote: “It’s amazing the way in which they (Neoconservatives) were able to co-oped his (Trump)
    administration.”
    … Greetings AlbionRevisited!
    … Many were disappointed with Trump and that might even include a percentage of the voting bloc known as “Deplorables.”
    … Nonetheless, after honing into candidate Donald Trump’s awful 2017 homage to AIPAC, it becomes dramatically less amazing how Neoconservatives crept into the White House.
    … Recall how rabid leftist Neoconservatives wanted Hillary, and how suddenly the naysayer, Extra-Octane Neoconservative, John Bolton, stuck with the phoney populist, “America First-After-Israeli-Interests,” talkin’ Donald J. Trump?
    … The essence of American presidential campaigns/elections boil down to powerful international Jewry needs & timing, and disemboweled citizens must take-it or leave-it. Uh, support the immoral wars and pay the bill!
    … Thanks, AlbionRevisted.

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  88. @pensword

    you guys are so cute when your panick is obvious, did you know there is an entire jootoobe channel on this site with Nasrallah`s speeches? Do YOU remember 2006? I DO

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  89. annamaria says:
    @RVBlake

    Yes, the American veterans, who put their lives on the line for the US, are urging POTUS to think carefully over the situation in Syria: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-11/intel-veterans-urge-president-trump-step-back-brink-syria, whereas the chickenhawks (the majority of them in the zionists’ pockets) and the Israel-firsters cannot wait to see more slaughter in Syria.

    An excerpt from the letter by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity:
    “The Israelis, Saudis, and others who want unrest to endure are egging on the insurgents, assuring them that you, Mr. President, will use US forces to protect the insurgents in Idlib, and perhaps also rain hell down on Damascus. We believe that your senior advisers are encouraging the insurgents to think in those terms, and that your most senior aides are taking credit for your recent policy shift from troop withdrawal from Syria to indefinite war.”
    — It is obvious that the “senior advisers” and “senior aides” are opportunists and traitors whose children (with their elders) should be sent to Idlib ASAP to get a shot of reality.

    Amazing that the Veterans’ letter was sent on the 9/11 in protest to the US government support for Al Qaeda.

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  90. While it would be more reassuring if Trump formally disavowed the neocons (better if he deported the Jewish ones to Israel and put the Christian ones in labor camps), it needs to be remembered, this show has been on before and no bombs have dropped yet.

    First, it’s obvious the Americans won’t risk war with Russia, or any other opponent who can actually fight back. Second, the conflict here isn’t so much over Syria, but between the Western oligarchs and populist opposition (in the US and Europe). Trump is trying to straddle the line here ahead of the midterm elections. He’ll try to appeal to brain-dead, Team America Republicans while not alienating his non-interventionist bass, and hopefully keeping the intelligence apparatus and media mouthpieces mollified.

    Bottom line: expect a replay of April, a few ineffectual missile strikes (pre-cleared with the Russians), and the final liberation of the long-suffering Syrian people.

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  91. Iris says:
    @pensword

    Hezbollah has flown dozens of undetected drones over Israel, and have done so for years.

    So stop bragging, and thank God not everybody is as demented as Israelis are.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/israel-bases-were-filmed-by-drone-8254981.html

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  92. Anonymous[299] • Disclaimer says:
    @Respect

    Haha. That’s a bad omen, if you ask me.

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  94. Corvinus says:

    “Will a new war be the October Surprise?”

    No. Next question.

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  95. Iris says:

    ” Ex-deputy Mossad chief: IDF didn’t fully stop new Hezbollah rocket tech.”

    The IDF’s many successful attacks on the transfer of improved rocket technology to Hezbollah missed significant transfers, former deputy Mossad chief Naftali Granot said on Thursday.

    Speaking at the International Institute for Counter- Terrorism’s 18th annual world summit at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Granot said that Hezbollah “recently received small numbers of GPS precision- guided systems that will help it to convert some heavy rockets into accurate missiles.”

    https://www.jpost.com/Arab-Israeli-Conflict/Ex-deputy-Mossad-chief-IDF-failed-to-stop-Hezbollahs-rocket-tech-gains-566762

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  96. @Corvinus

    Yes, you’re a cuck. Next question.

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  97. Agent76 says:
    @Iris

    Thanks for viewing and kind response. We cannot believe the American Pravda for one second that is run by the CIA as noted in the Church commitee in the 1970′s located on ‘CSPAN’ for to viewing at anytime.

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  98. Pontius says:
    @Johnnie Walker Read

    I wonder if the evangelicals would be so gung-ho to start shit if they didn’t believe they had a get out jail card, i.e. the insane fixation on being raptured before the SHTF.

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  99. Agent76 says:

    Sep 11, 2011 General Wesley Clark: Wars Were Planned – Seven Countries In Five Years

    “This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.” I said, “Is it classified?” He said, “Yes, sir.” I said, “Well, don’t show it to me.” And I saw him a year or so ago, and I said, “You remember that?” He said, “Sir, I didn’t show you that memo! I didn’t show it to you!”

    July 23, 2006 Secret 2001 Pentagon Plan to Attack Lebanon

    Bush’s Plan for “Serial War” revealed by General Wesley Clark. “[The] Five-year campaign plan [includes]… a total of seven countries, beginning with Iraq, then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Iran, Somalia and Sudan” (Pentagon official quoted by General Wesley Clark) According to General Wesley Clark–the Pentagon, by late 2001.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/secret-2001-pentagon-plan-to-attack-lebanon/2797

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  100. @Johnny Rottenborough

    Nowadays, the leaders of the Judaized West dutifully betray Christians.

    Betrayal is routine; they even betray their own useful idiots, and I cannot wait for the day that the Zio-trolls get that through their thick (though supposedly “high” IQ skulls.

    Here’s on of my favorite betrayal quotes related to the crackpot actions of the goons who control us.:

    CAIRO, Egypt, May 27,—The last hope of 30,000,000 Arabs to win freedom for their race without further bloodshed vanished when cables from Washington announced that the United States had concluded an agreement with Great Britain… The Arabs came into the war on the side of the allies against their Turkish co-religionists in- response to the allies’ promise of freedom…The Arab support” was determined and effective.”

    Newspaper article by Junius B. Wood on the American recognition of Britain’s mandate in Palestine, Chicago Daily News,27 May 1922 (also The Sunday Star, Washington)

    http://dcollections.oberlin.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/kingcrane/id/1686/rec/18

    And another.

    Certain big money thugs do not give a hoot for “their own,” even…

    On the contrary, there is evidence that the internationalists behind the British empire policy are willing to sacrifice the “little Jews” in order to protect their financial racket in other parts of the empire. The Sassoons’ control of India, the privately-owned Suez canal “racket” of the Rothschilds, the far-flung “empire” of the Monteflores in Australia, all are threatened. These powerful privateers will not hesitate to throw to the wolves a mere 400,000 Jews in Palestine if by a diplomatic double-cross they can court favor with the Mohammedans in Turkey and India…

    The Jews, smarting under the injustice of Great Britain’s doublecross—sold out once more, as they have been so often in the past, by the powerful privateers of their own race —may now be counted upon to blame Prime Minister Chamberlain for the. mistakes of Balfour. Led by Winston Churchill, and other fronts of the “Tony” Eden faction, these spokesmen will attack the government’s Palestine policy in an effort to oust Chamberlain and so make way for War Secretary HoreBelisha to become the next Disraeli of England.

    Leader of Zionists Signs Young Jews to Fight in Palestine
    Social Justice, May 29, 1939, p. 8

    http://www.unz.org/Pub/SocialJustice-1939may29-00008

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  101. Lot says:
    @pensword

    Gilardi’s idiot Putinbot fanboys don’t know the difference between Hamas and Hezbollah.

    When you throw in with the enemies of the United States, those are the followers you end up with, with fantasies of American defeat in Afghanistan and bombing of nuclear reactors in Israel.

    I do share with Gilardi and Putin a desire to see Assad win his civil war. Not because he is good, but because he is the least evil of the possible options. With Arabs, you have to grade on a very generous curve.

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  102. Lot says:
    @RVBlake

    And Cotton and Pompeo and many others served the USA with valor.

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  103. @Greg Bacon

    Trump is vulnerable in the extreme.

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  104. @Tyrion 2

    That is the end of the matter…

    Yeah, if you say so. Dream on, dupe.

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  105. @Tom Welsh

    Are Israelis to be forgiven sooner than Nazis who committed identical crimes?

    Apparently they are. Just like the crimes of the Commies have long ago gone down the memory sewer.

    PS: Any crimes of the Nazis likely paled in comparison to what the Reds had been up to for decades prior. And compared to what Churchill and FDR did. Maybe it’s time to ditch corny, goofy old war propaganda; huh?

    You protest, and with justice, every time Hitler jails an opponent; but you forget that Stalin and company have jailed and murdered a thousand times as many. It seems to me, and indeed the evidence is plain, that compared to the Moscow brigands and assassins, Hitler is hardly more than a common Ku Kluxer and Mussolini almost a philanthropist. If you will denounce the orgy of sadistic fury that has gone on in Russia in terms at least as violent as those you have applied to your political opponents for years past, then I’ll be glad to print your denunciation, and to hail you with joy as a convert to fair play.
    - H. L. MENCKEN Baltimore, letter to Sinclair Lewis, 1936

    The American Mercury, Vol 38, No. 150, June 1936, THE OPEN FORUM, pp vi- vii.

    http://www.unz.org/Pub/AmMercury-1936jun:4?Period=1936&Text=protest+with+justice&HitList=03548a2b519d922a1e0d1f871c9fa8c4

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  106. ”The Roman Empire stretched from North Africa, Syria and the Mediterranean Sea to Germania and Britannia in the north. It ended at Scotland.”

    http://www.sath.org.uk/edscot/www.educationscotland.gov.uk/scotlandshistory/caledonianspictsromans/romansinscotland/index.html

    ”The Roman Empire – particularly the military – declined largely as a result of an influx of Germanic mercenaries into the ranks of the legions.”

    Arther Ferrill, The Fall of the Roman Empire: The Military Explanation

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  107. bjondo says:
    @Lot

    Cotton served Israel not US. Still does.
    Regarding Pompeo, served but not as some unknown has fabricated.

    https://qz.com/1258418/mike-pompeos-gulf-war-service-lie-started-on-wikipedia/

    “Many others” would not include the chicken-warrior Jewcons. Maybe one. At a synagogue car detailing – removing vins, etc.

    The invasion of Syria by outside rat thugs/thug rats not a civil war.

    Now, if rats invade Israel that would be a civil war. Rats eating rats.

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  108. @Lot

    What? Tel Aviv Tom? Are you kidding?

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  109. @Lot

    There must be something to help you with your stigmata.

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  110. bj says:
    @Felix Keverich

    At this point Washington is becoming more than a little desperate to bring the genie back in the bottle that their clumsy 2014 Coup d’etat in Ukraine caused to get out. That coup forced Russia to take more seriously its potential strategic alliances in Eurasia and catalyzed present Russia-China cooperation as well as the Russian engagement with key Eurasian neighbor states in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

    http://www.williamengdahl.com/englishNEO11Sep2018.php

    If you think the Chinese or Russians will allow Anglo/Zionist trained and controlled head choppers to survive the Idlib cauldron and return home, you are naive about the realities of geopolitics and war. What do you think Russia is doing in Syria. They are killing the head choppers in place!

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  111. Taras77 says:
    @exiled off mainstreet

    Endless wars-zio cons’ handiwork:

    Twenty American military veterans commit suicide on average every day, according to a recent report from the US Department of Veteran Affairs.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_military_veteran_suicide

    Just saying.

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  112. @Tyrion 2

    ‘…Israel doesn’t want Iran in Syria long-term…’

    If so, then we have another example of the Israelis figuring out how to cleverly screw themselves.

    Of course secular dictator Assad would never have invited Islamic Republic of Iran troops into Syria — not in a month of sundays.

    …not until Israel engineered the transformation of the ‘Arab Spring’ in Syria into a prolonged and bloody civil war in which a desperate Assad would take whatever help he could get — like Islamic Republic of Iran troops.

    Now Israel’s got Iranians in Syria. And of course they made a bitter enemy out of Iran in the first place with their campaign of assassinations and terrorist bombings in Iran.

    This is even better than Israel’s creation of Hezbollah and sponsorship of Hamas. It would appear that all we have to do is sit back and let the Zionists scheme themselves into total defeat. I wonder what their next stroke of genius is going to be?

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  113. anonymous[819] • Disclaimer says:
    @mr meener

    devils spawn the jews

    No, no, no, no, no…!!!

    Don’t you see, it is the “glorious” pagan polytheist White evil race as a whole which are the spawn of Satan. There may be some of you virtue signalling “saints,” who may truly hurt at the evil of your kind, but clearly those are in the minority.

    Just look at the images above of those little ones… A POX ON WHITE EVIL!!!!

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  114. CalDre says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    And it sure looks like once again we are going to attack one of Israel’s enemies for Israel’s benefit.

    The whole world is Israel’s enemy, because Israel is the darkness onto the world.

    Now that they have their third red heifer, these Jew supremacists will try to rebuild the third temple so they can rule the world from there. That is their gameplan and you don’t even need to read the Protocols to see that, though of course they are incredibly prescient.

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  115. Herald says:
    @Tom Welsh

    I am not convinced that Trump started out with good intentions but quickly bowed to threats. Trump was never a principled person and it seems much more likely that he was always a stooge for the Israel lobby and the MIC.

    I used to think that things would have been worse under Hillary but these days I’m even beginning to have doubts on that score.

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  116. Herald says:
    @Colin Wright

    Their “next stroke of genius” will likely be WW3, the way things are going.

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  117. @Lot

    And Cotton and Pompeo and many others served the USA with valor.

    Valor?

    Another Zio-dupe useful idiot troll sputters again. You, girl, have a Lot to learn.

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  118. @Tom Welsh

    After all, virtually every aspect of Nazi strategy and tactics was directly copied from Jewish examples

    At least that’s what we’re told was Nazi “strategy.” Zio-Commies typically blame others for what they themselves are planning and doing and what their forebears had been doing for millennia.

    It’s clear to me that the Nazis, Japanese and others were impressed by what happened, for example, to the American Indians, the South, and Mother Russia and were desperately trying to avoid a similar fate.

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  119. @Admiral Assbar

    The biggest mystery of this whole presidency is why the guy who went to battle against the GOP foreign policy establishment turned over those policy positions to them…

    No mystery at all. It was all campaign rhetoric like the Shrub’s promises of “a humble foreign policy” and “compassionate conservatism,” O-bomba-’s “hope and change”and Woody ‘n Frankies promises to keep the US out of war.

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  120. @Ilyana_Rozumova

    There must be something to help you with your stigmata.

    Probably not; the scars left by neurosyphilis are probably permanent even if not progressive.

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  121. KenH says:

    Trump is now becoming more “patriotic” by the day with his willingness to get us into another no-win, forever war in Syria for Israel. I say we air drop John Brennan into Idlib so he can fight and die like a real man.

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  122. @Herald

    Hey Herald, hark!
    Please refer to report below & see how the ZUSA is itching for any excuse to attack Iran.

    https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/09/12/573888/US-Iran-Iraq-Basra-consulate

    Thank you.

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  123. annamaria says:
    @KenH

    More on patriotism and loyalty. — To what country?
    https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/09/the-plot-against-trump-to-capture-the-white-house-netanyahus-design-part-iii/ by Ronald Thomas West.

    “Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you” – Chuck Schumer. … maybe Schumer’s protective scare-mongering goes to a deeper matter; the matter of the most powerful intelligence agency operating in the USA is MOSSAD, an entity which has penetrated every aspect of American governance.
    … AIPAC is one of MOSSAD’s favorite playgrounds…

    Did Sanders’ people challenge ‘the Russians did it’ propaganda line, demand the DNC servers be examined by forensic specialists and investigate Crowdstrike? No.
    … no U.S. intelligence agency has performed its own forensic analysis on the [Clinton's] hacked servers. Instead, the bureau and other agencies have relied on analysis done by the third-party security firm CrowdStrike… [Dm. Alperovitch, of the CrowdStrike fame, is a vicious Russophobe and loyal zionist fed and cared for by the ziocon Atlantic Council.] … In actuality we know it was the assassinated Seth Rich took the DNC emails with a thumbdrive. …

    Vladimir Putin, the man standing in the way of Syria’s breakup and working to keep the Iran agreement intact and avert a war, must be demonized to realize Bibi Netanyahu’s goals. In fact, Israel’s intelligence services focus has historically prioritized Russia, first, and the USA second…”

    – The Jewish Bolsheviks are in arms against Russia and the US because this is what the Jewish Bolsheviks are best for — at the destruction of functioning human societies.

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  124. APilgrim says:
    @annamaria

    Jews undermined and destroyed their own society, as routinely as they undermine Western Civilization. The OT reveals the historic pattern of Hebraic self-destruction, and depravity; which was repeated in the 1st Century, and chronicled by Josephus.

    Jews are not as problematic, as the Muhammadans.

    So, 1st things 1st.

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  125. Miggle says:
    @JoaoAlfaiate

    Very well put, Joao.

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  126. Re, P.G.’s, “Target Syria.”
    Greetings from Scranton, Phil!
    … Below, concrete evidence that Iran is become the first preferred-ZUSA target for attack.
    … Syria’s turn will quickly follow, of course, as “Mission Creep” perhaps simultaneously to Iran

    https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-iran-us-aviation/united-states-issues-fresh-warning-to-airlines-about-using-iranian-airspace-idUKKCN1LR06T

    Regrets, buy I intuit even top commenters here are in denial as darkness blooms. Thank you.

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  127. annamaria says:
    @APilgrim

    “Jews are not as problematic, as the Muhammadans.’
    – Not for the western civilization. The obnoxious and idiotic Jewish Power has been rooting for the destruction of mankind.

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  128. @Colin Wright

    I voted for him to stand just against such nonsense.

    I am not sure I have any irons left to uncrease the folds. I keep thinking at some point he is going to call the bluff and stand.

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/u-s-again-cries-chemical-attack-in-syria-russia-assad-idlib/comment-page-1/#comment-8669195

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  129. annamaria says:
    @APilgrim

    The ziocon-supported “rebels” of A Qaeda (see Washington Post editorial written by Israel firsters) are preparing a children sacrifice for the glory of the the mythical Eretz Israel: https://www.rt.com/news/438282-white-helmets-film-chemical-attacks/

    “The militants have selected 22 children and their parents from several villages in the Aleppo governorate who will play parts in staging fake chemical weapon attacks.
    Another group of children is comprised of orphans kidnapped from refugee camps, who are meant to be used for the footage of death scenes. It is currently kept in one of the buildings of the Ikab prison controlled by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist group.
    Signs of activities to prepare staged chemical weapon attacks were reported in Kafir-Zait, the military claims, also naming two villages where toxic chemicals have been delivered to stage provocations.”

    — Not a peep from the “humanitarian” Jewish State that has been waiting impatiently a resumption of the slaughter of civilians in the sovereign State of Syria. Nothing pleases the Jewish State more than the death of kids in Syria, Iraq, Libya, and Iran. This is your tribeswoman:

    “…Paul Joseph Watson reported that at least 29 different Syrian rebel groups are pledging allegiance to the Nusra Front, an al-Qaeda affiliate group responsible for killing American troops in Iraq.
    “Syrian rebels have been responsible for a plethora of atrocities, from terrorist attacks and massacres, to forcing people to become suicide bombers, to attacks on Christian churches and making children carry out grisly beheadings of unarmed prisoners,” Watson wrote.
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has even admitted to BBC that these Syrian rebels on the same side as the U.S. in Syria are terrorist groups…
    President Obama has been openly supporting the Syrian rebels …”

    Jeffrey Sachs from Columbia University told the MSNBC panel:https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-10/how-explain-causes-syrian-war-2-minutes
    “We know they sent in the CIA to overthrow Assad. The CIA and Saudi Arabia together in covert operations tried to overthrow Assad. It was a disaster.
    Eventually, it brought in both ISIS as a splinter group to the jihadists that went in, it also brought in Russia.
    So we have been digging deeper and deeper and deeper. What we should do now is get out, and not continue to throw missiles, not have a confrontation with Russia.”

    Why? — Because of the pressure from the Jewish Power: http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/49245.htm
    “Syria is only part of a much larger problem. It is remarkable the extent to which Israeli concerns dominate those of the United States, which now has a foreign policy that often is not even remotely connected to actual U.S. interests. Congress and the Special Counsel are investigating Russia’s alleged interference in America’s political system while looking the other way when Israel operates aggressively in the open and does much more damage. Netanyahu and his crew of unsavory cutthroats are hardly ever cited for their malignant influence over America’s political class and media. Bomb Syria? Sure. After all, it’s good for Israel.”

    — The bloody, murderous, perfidious Jewish Power is guilty of the rivers of blood and mounds of human flesh in Syria. Close your holo-biz museums already.

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  130. APilgrim says:
    @annamaria

    The more dead Muhammadans, the better we like it.

    The methods employed, are quite irrelevant. The executioners are equally a matter of indifference. We don’t need your O&G, & we certainly don’t enjoy your company.

    Israel, Assad’s-Secular-Baathists, Russians, NATO, Local-Christians, USA military, Drones, CIA … don’t care.

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  131. @EliteCommInc.

    EliteComminc said: “I keep thinking at some point he (PreZident Trump) is going to call the bluff and stand.”
    Greetings EliteComminc!
    … Please look at VT Gordon Duff’s article including video, down below?
    … Unless what is vowed within pressTV’s video is “bluff,” the Trump regime will continue its “stand” for all Israeli M.E. demands.

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/09/12/the-us-can-expect-a-military-response-yes-our-ships-will-be-sunk-duff-on-press-tv/

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  132. @pensword

    You seem to have stimulated a couple of very silly replies with your simple factual comment. On my one visit to Israel I saw an array of rusting missile remains which we were told had come from Gaza. Enough to make life occasionally uncomfortable, even dangerous, but not remotely suggesting an attack on Dimona was possible.

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  133. Anon[436] • Disclaimer says:
    @steinbergfeldwitzcohen

    In answer to your rhetoric Trump/his admin has fired quite a few as I am sure you will remember if you think about oppp but it.

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  134. @APilgrim

    The methods employed, are quite irrelevant. The executioners are equally a matter of indifference.

    They may be matters of indifference to you, but who are you? And who cares? And don’t think for a split second that you’ve convinced anyone with a brain of the validity of your opinion.

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  135. @Michael Kenny

    If you say so.

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  136. annamaria says:
    @APilgrim

    “The methods employed, are quite irrelevant. The executioners are equally a matter of indifference.”

    – May I suggest that you lack the ability to look a little bit forward.
    The ZUSA’ actions in the Middle East have resulted in a flood of refugees and migrants. It does not matter where you live, APilgrim, the consequence of the ongoing radicalization of the large masses of people will endanger all civilians in the EU. http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/09/a-few-items-related-to-syria.html#comments

    From the comment section:
    “Is supporting terrorists who kill domestic citizens still a crime in any of the Western countries or is this over-ruled by some Patriot Act, as worthy sacrifices for the interests of Israel?”

    The questions are coming back to the pernicious Jewish Power. If you, APilgrim, try to think a little bit forward, you could see the dead civilians of all ages and denominations, including Jews (mostly innocent) murdered and maimed in revenge for the Jewish Power’ role in bringing the fast-approaching WWIII upon humanity.

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  137. Presidential poseur Trump is apparently doing just what he was selected to do.

    I believe that the office of president of the U.S. – and by extension, whichever man holds the office, e.g. Trump – is what the Prophet John of Patmos referred to as the beast from the earth or second beast of Rev 13:11.

    And as anyone paying attention can see, the second beast is a political puppet ruler who takes orders from the first beast (Rev 13:14).

    Since Trump’s illegal, immoral and unconstitutional war crimes have gone politically and legally unchallenged, it seems that the U.S. government, having lost all moral and constitutional legitimacy, now exists solely to do the dirty work of the (first) beast, having thus become what the prophet described as an “image of the beast” (Rev 14:14).

    I hope I’m wrong, but I predict that Trump will bring America to ruin.

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  138. annamaria says:
    @APilgrim

    “The methods employed, are quite irrelevant.”

    – Only for some. For the decent Americans, Israeli financial and military support for the Al Qaeda (on a par with the Israeli support for neo-Nazi in Ukraine) is highly irritating. The US has spent (wasted?) $7 trillion on “fighting” the “perpetrators of the 9/11,” aka Al Qaeda, while Israel has been cheerleading for more loss of American lives and resources.

    “Inside Israel’s Secret Program to Back Syrian Rebels:” https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/09/06/in-secret-program-israel-armed-and-funded-rebel-groups-in-southern-syria/

    The documented cooperation between the Mossad-controlled CIA, Knesset, and such a beacon of democracy as the Saudi despotic state (remember the 9/11 highjackers?) is more than irritating for many in the US.
    The greedy puppets Cheney & Bush made good money on the illegal wars of aggression in the Middle East. Cheney (Five-Deferments-Coward) was particularly well remunerated for his efforts at initiating the slaughter in the Middle East.
    As for the ziocon puppeteers, they have been exposing themselves non-stop, beginning with PNAC and Wolfowitz doctrine and up to the current waling “Assad must go.”
    The ongoing slaughter in the Middle East fits the Oded Yinon plan too well to forget about the zionists’ role in the massive war crimes.

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  139. RobinG says:
    @exiled off mainstreet

    CALL THE WHITE HOUSE: 202.456.1111 – Say “Hands Off Syria!!!” | PLEASE RETWEET THIS |

    (And there’s currently an 8+ minute wait, a sign of what, idk.)

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  140. RobinG says:
    @Greg Bacon

    Garbage in, garbage out. Trump makes bad decisions based on bad advice and phony intel.

    CALL THE WHITE HOUSE:

    202.456.1111 –

    Say “HANDS OFF SYRIA!!!”

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  141. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot

    “I do share with Gilardi and Putin a desire to see Assad win his civil war. Not because he is good, but because he is the least evil of the possible options. With Arabs, you have to grade on a very generous curve.”

    You can apply those very words about Assad to any leaders anywhere in western hemisphere .and apply to the voters who elect them .

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  142. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @APilgrim

    A pathetic rattle snake head can keep on biting his own tail after severance from the body . It seems that what has happened to you. You keep on munching on your excrement. Enjoy and share with your immediate family .

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  143. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @jacques sheete

    His family deeply cares about him He brings morsel of intelligence from different orifices of his body.

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  144. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot

    “Manliness and mastery required regeneration through violence, and by the 1890s, { Theodore} Roosevelt was spoiling for a fight: “I should welcome almost any war, for I think this country needs one,” he wrote. Any opponent would do, but “the most ultimately righteous of all wars is a war with savages.”

    – Jackson Lears (“How the US Began Its Empire,” NYRB 2018)

    after watching the worshiping of McCain by luminaries from all kinds of divides , seeing Kissinger free and advising Bush and Trump and being aware of the behaviors of LBJ Truman , Bush jr one can safely be sure that Assad or any ME tyrant is million times better than any of these guys in many ways .

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  145. @jilles dykstra

    EU enterprises made huge investments in Iran.

    Excellent point. It reminds me that Iran [Persia] **was attempting to modernize about a century ago and got tired of the Russians and Brits holding them back, so they called in an American financial team to help get things in order but the Americans were kicked out by the Russkies and Brits.

    Iran then turned to Germany for help and they were happy to oblige. Unfortunately some of the old crew were eager to “unoblige” them.

    In 1912, when Amerika was still somewhat respected, Shuster* said,

    “Persia has suffered in many ways from the foreigner during
    the past thirty years.”

    W. Morgan Shuster, The Strangling of Persia, 1912, pg 315 (print edition)

    https://archive.org/details/stranglingofpers001925mbp

    Now we can add another century+ to that.

    *Shuster was the leader of a group of Americans who, at the request of the Persians (Iranians) went there to help modernize the country. After 8 months he and the rest were booted out of Persia by the Russians and Brits.

    ** For the Zio-dupes, and similar ignoramuses, Iran is a modern term for what was previously commonly referred to as Persia.

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  146. @anon

    His family deeply cares about him He brings morsel of intelligence from different orifices of his body.

    I doubt he has one but if he does, they’d surely disown him if they had a grain of sense.

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  147. @annamaria

    “The methods employed, are quite irrelevant.”

    – Only for some. For the decent Americans…

    You must provide a definition of the word, “decent.” Preferably you can also provide a simple explanation of the definition with “picchers” and examples because otherwise that troll won’t have a clue about what yer saying.

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  148. @Respect

    The report came from DEBKA file, an Israeli media outlet, not Iranian.

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  149. @ChuckOrloski

    Hmmmm,

    What I meant by call the bluff is that Pres. Trump asks for the case , upon examining what they present — he rejects it in total. Says, we will either invade Syria in a total war scenario or stay out and negotiate a peaceful means on inclusion or escape for former rebels.

    But we are not going to be inciting regime change — unless we do a full scale invasion and that he should reject out of hand as unwarranted.

    Calling the bluff would be alienating even those inside the WH who want war or a rebuff to Russia — at the risk of all out war against him –

    That’s the president I voted for and have not seen.

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  150. @anonymous

    “You do not make a campaign promise to cooperate with Russia, and then hire all these people who want to go to war with Russia. It tells me that Trump was lying during his campaign.”

    No. I don’t think that is the case. I think the president was sincere. I think he thought once he won the election — that was it. His staff would follow his lead.

    Despite being warned, he has misread how Washington feels about him. He misread how deeply he challenged the consensus and his staff choices were in fact dismaying based on their opposition to him.

    I think he failed to grasp the moment. His desire for strong leadership types over road his good sense in selecting readers with his point of view or were at least willing to give it a whirl.

    it takes some chutzpah to hire outside the washington bubble, and he wanted to engage in some appeasement — it was in my view an error, as opposed to willful misleading.

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  151. anon[107] • Disclaimer says:
    @Iris

    pulling the rug off the feet of the Anglo-Zionist warmongers

    — just a guess: Your English is very good, but not your native language.
    In American English, that phrase would be “pulling the rug out from under the feet . . .”

    Whichever.

    I hope you are right.

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  152. Anonymous[266] • Disclaimer says:
    @annamaria

    As Ron Unz laid out in his piece on the oddities of the Jews, they literally prayer to Satan and are singularly motivated by hatred of Jesus Christ. What more needs to be said? And the Askenazim, who are the real problem, are genetically European. The only thing they have in common with the Jews of the Bible, particularly the New Testament, is the denial of Christ.

    Read E. Michael Jones book The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit.

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  153. anon[115] • Disclaimer says:

    The only deal the Palestinians have ever been offered is – shut your mouths while we steal your country, land, water and homes, set up a racist apartheid state where the dogs have more rights than you do, while we shoot your kids with dum dum bullets for the fun of it with Jews holding picnics and barbecues to watch all the fun, while Zionist politicians, newspapers and rabid rabbis and settlers threaten to exterminate the Palestinian people whilst simultaneously wallowing in self pity over how “anti semitic” everybody is.

    The only reason Iran and Hezbollah are in Syria (by invitation from the legitimate elected government of Syria) is to destroy the head chopping takfiri throat slitters who have been armed, bankrolled and orchestrated by the Zionist Regime from the outset. Sort of like being hoist by your own petard.

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  154. Great article, as always.
    The tyrants are censoring alt media right now as we speak. Won’t be long now folks. Say what you want about Alex Jones, but he did expose false flags. Now they’ve started banning Syrian media. Anything that goes against MSM narrative is coming up. Terrorist ADL is helping censor youtube, the usual suspects.

    Youtube Bans Media Supporting Syria’s Liberating Struggle

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-12/youtube-bans-media-supporting-syrias-liberating-struggle

    Ahead of what may be the mother of all battles to liberate US-supported terrorists in Syria’s Idlib province, YouTube banned Damascus state-run and other pro-government channels – including the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), channels belonging to the country’s presidency and Defense Ministry, each closure accompanied by one of these shameful statements saying:

    Banning Syrian media on YouTube is all about silencing information conflicting with US anti-Syria propaganda – likely knowing a false flag CW attack is imminent.

    Look at this open in your face treason bill, pretty much 100% bi-partisan support, try getting congress to agree to anything helping Americans like this….while Americans can’t afford basic healthcare or put any money in savings, there is no cutting back on Israeli welfare. Its enough to make you sick to the stomach.

    United States-Israel Security Assistance Authorization Act of 2018

    US Military Aid to Israel Set to Exceed $3.8B, or $23,000 Per Year for Every Jewish Family Living in Israel

    The massive funding for Israel’s military is the result of the 2016 U.S.-Israel Memorandum of Understanding on security assistance between the Israeli and U.S. governments, which called for annual funding of $3.8 billion — or $23,000 per year for every Jewish family living in Israel — for the next 10 years.

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/us-military-aid-to-israel-set-to-exceed-3-8b-or-23000-per-year-for-every-jewish-family-living-in-israel/246996/

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  155. @Tom Welsh

    Eloquent. And a fair question.

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  156. @EliteCommInc.

    That’s the president I voted for and have not seen.

    Trump voters seem like fine folk (in contrast to the Hillary freaks) but Trump never was the Messiah. Here’s why.:

    If any foreign minister begins to defend to the death a “peace conference,” you can be sure his government has already placed its orders for new battleships and aeroplanes.

    -იოსებ სტალინი, aka Josef Stalin, Speech “The Elections in St. Petersburg” (January 1913)

    http://marx2mao.com/Stalin/ESP13.html

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  157. @Anonymous

    The only thing they have in common with the Jews of the Bible, particularly the New Testament, is the denial of Christ.

    Actually, they have a lot in common. Try this, for one.:

    John 8:44

    “You are of your father the devil, and you want to do the desires of your father He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth because there is no truth in him Whenever he speaks a lie, he speaks from his own nature, for he is a liar and the father of lies.”

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  158. anon[209] • Disclaimer says:
    @annamaria

    Pics of Israel’s vision of the future are worth 1000 x 1000 words.

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  159. @EliteCommInc.

    “No. I don’t think that is the case. I think the president was sincere. I think he thought once he won the election — that was it. His staff would follow his lead.”

    That’s laughably absurd nonsense.

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  160. annamaria says:
    @redmudhooch

    We are being CIA-ed by Google.
    Sergey Brin, a self-avowed “refugee” from Russia, is “deeply offen[ded]” by the election of Trump) and expresses his belief in his unique understanding of what s “right” for the US: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-12/panic-and-dismay-leaked-video-reveals-distraught-google-execs-grappling-hillary

    Americans still have a very dim understanding of the ways the Jewish economic migrants from the former USSR have been speculating on their “most victimized” life in Russia. Brin is a typical dishonest Jewish whiner. Who would believe that the “victimized” Brin’s Jewish parents, Yevgenia and Mikhail Brin, both are “graduates of [prestigious] Moscow State University. His father is a mathematics professor at the University of Maryland, and his mother a researcher at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin
    – They cannot help but expose themselves as the Russophobes and whiners. See another vicious Russophobe, Dm. Alperovitch of CrowdStrike fame… Boh Brin and Akperovich have been in the service of the CIA: “Julian Assange — ‘Google is Not What it Seems’ — They ‘Do Things the CIA Cannot’

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-08-28/how-cia-made-google

    “They will tell you that open-mindedness is a virtue, but all perspectives that challenge the exceptionalist drive at the heart of American foreign policy will remain invisible to them,” Assange wrote in When Google Met Wikileaks. “This is the impenetrable banality of ‘don’t be evil.’ They believe that they are doing good. And that is a problem. … Google is getting WH [White House] and State Dept support and air cover. In reality, they are doing things the CIA cannot do.”

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  161. @jacques sheete

    Exactly. Jews are the spiritual heirs of the Pharisees, and from John 8:44 we know that spirit is Satanic.

    And when you consider that John of Patmos apparently wrote the Book of Revelation during the reign of Emperor Domitian (81 to 96 AD), by which time the Pharisees were defunct, this sheds some light on Rev 17:8:

    “The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition: and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is.”

    Apparently the angel speaking to John is here referring to the continuity of the (Satanic) spirit of the Pharisees – which still exists (circa 95 AD), even though the Pharisees themselves were no more – which would re-emerge in the world in the end times beast from the sea of Rev 13.

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  162. annamaria says:
    @Lot

    Surprisingly, you did not include the late Tokyo Rose.

    The honorable “others” have some words of truth and wisdom for the opportunists in the US Government: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-11/intel-veterans-urge-president-trump-step-back-brink-syria

    But the stupid ones are in arms (on a cue from Israel).
    A sample: “In 2013, Cotton introduced legislative language to prohibit trade with relatives of individuals subject to U.S. sanctions against Iran. According to Cotton, this would include “a spouse and any relative to the third degree,” such as, “parents, children, aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, grandparents, great grandparents, grandkids, great grandkids.”
    — Is this warrior has something to say about Cheney, Bush, Obama, and their illegal wars of aggression? — No. He loves, loves, like a true US Christian, to solve problems by bombing people abroad: “Cotton is decidedly hawkish toward every country among America’s primary “headline” relations: China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia. Cotton is perhaps most hawkish on Iran–United States relations…
    Cotton is a member of the United Methodist Church” [similar to Bush the lesser]. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Cotton

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  163. @Herald

    ‘Their “next stroke of genius” will likely be WW3, the way things are going.’

    That’s probably the best practical — as opposed to moral — argument for wrapping up the Zionist experiment.

    Every year Israel is left in being is another year she’s likely to stage armageddon. It’s like playing Russian roulette — only on a gigantic scale.

    The plug needs to be pulled, Jewish emigration from Palestine emphatically encouraged, and the whole thing brought to die with a whimper before it ends with a bang.

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  164. @annamaria

    “…In 2013, Cotton introduced legislative language to prohibit trade with…”

    These people make me ill. I can extend a certain limited understanding towards those less mentally- and ethically endowed Jews who support Israel. It’s a certain idiot tribalism not exactly unknown among the various flavors of gentile. I don’t agree, but it doesn’t mean I see Jewish Zionists as fiends incarnate.

    …just wrong, as it happens. However, I sincerely hope there is a hell, if only so gentiles like Cotton can burn in it.

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  165. @Harold Smith

    Yup. But don’t tell anyone; we goyim are not supposed to know.

    BTW, the Zion-trolls lack of presence here seems curious. Usually, they’re out in full force with their mindless drivel attacking PG’s superb works.

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  166. U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said in a news conference that “This is a tragic situation, and if they [Russia and Iran] want to continue to go the route of taking over Syria, they can do that.

    The real question is: Who Is The U.S. Fighting For In Syria?

    By Scott Taylor

    {Excerpts, emphasis added}

    “Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Nikki Haley, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, have been leading the charge, insisting that Assad will have no place in a political solution on the future of Syria.”

    “What we are not hearing, and have not heard since the uprising to overthrow Assad began in Syria in the spring of 2011, is who is going to have a place in the political leadership of a future Syria?”

    “Surely the U.S. cannot have forgotten the massive mistake they made in Libya in 2011. Canada may have nominally led the NATO charge against Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi, but it was the U.S, France and U.K. that were pulling the strings. Backed by NATO’s air armada, a polyglot collection of anti-Gadhafi rebel groups finally captured and killed the Libyan president in October 2011 after eight bloody months of civil war.”

    “However, it was only after Gadhafi’s murder that everyone woke up to the fact that the rebels we had supported included Islamic extremists, murderers, criminals and unruly thugs. We had focused solely on the evil madman we were fighting against and, as such, failed to see the even more dangerous elements that we were fighting for. Libya was plunged into a state of violent anarchy and has since devolved into a failed state”.

    http://espritdecorps.ca/on-target-4/on-target-who-is-the-us-fighting-for-in-syria?rq=syria

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  167. RobinG says:
    @annamaria

    And ..

    Leaked Clips from Censored Documentary on Israel Lobby Reveal Attacks on US Activists

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  168. @Harold Smith

    It could be as you say.

    prove it.

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  169. gsjackson says:
    @Beefcake the Mighty

    But what seems to be different is that American soldiers have been deployed as human shields for the remaining terrorist nest, and aren’t going anyplace despite repeated warnings from Russia/Syria that an attack is imminent. Somebody has got to either back down or call the other’s bluff, and imagine how difficult it will be to get the Zio-media horse back in the stable if American soldiers start coming back in body bags.

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  170. Will a new war be the October Surprise? Maybe, but the October surprise may be a stock market crash – https://is.gd/Trump_Crash

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  171. Erebus says:
    @Köçekçe

    U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said in a news conference that “This is a tragic situation, and if they [Russia and Iran] want to continue to go the route of taking over Syria, they can do that.

    The real question is: Who Is The U.S. Fighting For In Syria?

    I submit that the real question is why Haley and her handlers believe they alone are in a position to decide who Syria should be ruled by. What rules of nationhood, unspoken but understood by Washington’s elite as theirs to create and enforce, govern the life of nations?

    Haley’s, Jeffrey’s, Pompeo’s, Mattis’, et al’s words are sincere, and therein lies their danger. Their words are grounded in the sincerely held belief that the rules that govern the behaviour, indeed the existence of nations are written at the pleasure of “the West”, and enforced at the pleasure of the USA wielding the destructive power of the USM. They know no other world, and are unimaginative enough to imagine no other.

    In their world, Assad’s perseverance in the face of the forces marshalled against Syria and Russia’s intervention on his behalf are direct assaults on the established order of things. An order which is clearly natural and good, and whose weakening would bring unspeakable chaos and night on civilization itself. They understand themselves to be in the front line, responsible for keeping the forces of chaos and night at bay. That is the Weltanschauung in which they’ve spent their careers, if not their entire lives, and they will take, or attempt to take whatever action they think will defend that Weltanschauung against the forces that they imagine would undermine it.

    In their minds, that is the Greater Truth that their lies, propaganda, and mendacity serve. They aren’t “whores” or “liars” as much as deep inhalers of what Nietzsche called “the cold, dry air of madness”. That’s why we are where we are, but how to get of here is an open question.

    For myself, I’m on the verge of going full PCR if the next attack goes off the script established by the last 2 missile strikes.

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  172. @Aunty Semite

    Really interesting! Particularly the prophecy. The pitched tent of the king. Nobody came to help.
    Crash date??

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  173. @EliteCommInc.

    “It could be as you say.”

    Well let’s think about this for a minute.

    The candidate who campaigned on a platform of fighting terrorists and cooperating with Russia, is now instead cooperating with terrorists and fighting Russia. The man who promised to “make America great again,” the man who proclaimed to an attentive world “[o]ur goal is peace and prosperity, not war and destruction,” has instead wasted no time in bringing America closer to nuclear war with Russia than at any time since the Cuban missile crisis (according to Prof. Stephen Cohen).

    And yet you claim, in essence, that these dramatic reversals – which now threaten all life on earth – happened merely because somebody whispered something in Trump’s ear?

    Please explain, is Trump now fully on board with the concept of risking planetary extinction for the sake of removing Assad from power? Or does he sit in a corner and pout while his subordinates plan and carry out their potentially world-ending anti-American treachery?

    “[P]rove it.”

    LOL! The “proof” is all around you; if it were water you’d be drowning in it. So why do I need to “prove” what is already painfully self-evident to any reasonable person paying attention?

    Being that you apparently don’t believe the information that your own eyes and ears are providing to you, I don’t think there’s anything I can say or do to help you understand.

    What kind of proof would I need to provide? Can you give some specific examples, e.g., a public admission of guilt, signed confession, etc.?

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  174. Brewer says:
    @anon

    The only reason Iran and Hezbollah are in Syria (by invitation from the legitimate elected government of Syria) is to destroy the head chopping takfiri throat slitters who have been armed, bankrolled and orchestrated by the Zionist Regime from the outset.

    Yes. Most Westerners don’t have the first clue as to who are the good guys.

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  175. Brewer says:

    One of the best websites for honest reporting/analysis of Syria and the British scene is:

    https://21stcenturywire.com/

    Try out their latest podcast for Professor Piers Robinson discussing the latest developments surrounding the Salisbury “Novichok” poisonings, the British government naming of two suspects and the corporate media coverage of these events, and in the second hour by guests Vanessa Beeley, live from Syria as the cleansing of Idlib continues and Basil Valentine for his take on the Labour Party “anti-semitism” row and Tony Blair’s efforts to create a new “centrist” political party.

    https://21stcenturywire.com/2018/09/09/episode-248-novichok-to-idlib-poisoning-the-truth-with-guests-piers-robinson-vanessa-beeley-and-basil-valentine/

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  176. El Dato says:
    @gsjackson

    Nope the Americans are manly occupying in the southeast corner, while this show is in the northeast.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/interactive/2015/05/syria-country-divided-150529144229467.html

    I guess any US forces outside of their allowed areas would need to be clearly identified according to the UN mandate for Coalition Forces of Syria. Oops, that mandate doesn’t exist.

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  177. El Dato says:

    RT digs out gaslighting on a level that is Satanic (praise be), as they are wont to do:

    Beyond Orwellian: Myth of UK’s ‘non-intervention’ in Syria

    What do you understand by the term ‘non-intervention’? Not intervening in something, I presume? It’s clear that the Foreign Affairs committee has another definition which is the complete opposite. In their ‘Through the Looking Glass’ world, ‘non-intervention’ actually means ‘intervention’. Bombing the country in question, funding, supplying and training ‘rebel’ groups to attack government forces, imposing sanctions and doing everything possible to keep the conflict going, are all examples of ‘inaction’, it seems.

    And thus:

    Global Britain: The Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention

    (Does “Global Britain” evoke anything other than LULZ in 2018? More like “Glubal Bruddon” amirite? Yeah, start to re-learn how to build nuclear reactors first…)

    In the wake of these airstrikes [14 April 2018 in Douma [where] it was reported that 75 people, including children, were killed and there were up to 500 casualties] the Committee decided to carry out an inquiry considering the legal basis for such interventions, whether more could be done to protect civilian populations at an earlier point in violent conflicts, and the impact of decisions taken in relation to Syria. Specifically, the inquiry focussed on the concepts of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and humanitarian intervention and their effectiveness in protecting civilians. The inquiry did not consider the Government’s efforts regarding counter-terrorism in the region. In addition to receiving written evidence, the Committee heard from two expert panels which included Syrians impacted by the conflict, legal experts, academics and civil society practitioners. The Committee also took evidence from Alistair Burt MP, Minister of State for the Middle East, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister of State for the Commonwealth and the UN, and Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) officials.

    Click down:

    Global Britain: The Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention: The price of inaction: The price of inaction within Syria

    It has become clear through our inquiry that the price of inaction in the case of Syria has been unacceptably high. Starting as a peaceful protest in March 2011 the Syrian conflict has subsequently claimed an estimated 400,000 lives, and led to eleven million people, half the Syrian population, being forced to leave their homes. The conflict is characterised by what our predecessor Committee report described as “extraordinary complexity” with “thousands of fighting forces in various coalitions and umbrella organisations, with unclear aspirations and shifting alliances.” In oral evidence we heard some of the challenges facing the Syria Civil Defence, or ‘White Helmets’ as they are commonly known, from Dr Farouq al Habib, a Director at the Mayday Rescue Foundation, who works closely with them:

    “The main challenges that the White Helmets face are related, first, to the deliberate targeting of medical teams in general, and the White Helmets in particular, through double-tap attacks, when the regime bombs the same area again and again when rescue workers arrive. There is also the disinformation campaign, led mainly by Russian propaganda, to undermine the credibility and legitimacy of the White Helmets and all civil society groups proposing a different narrative in Syria.”

    ….

    Chair: Would I be right in saying that the cost of doing nothing is most immediately obvious in Syria, and among the murdered in Syria, but actually it fundamentally undermines the security position of the British people and is a fundamental threat to the rules that we have relied on for 70 years to keep us safe?

    Dr [Farouq] al Habib [Director of White Helmet Support Group]: Yes.

    Laila Alodaat [Laila Alodaat is a Syrian human rights lawyer and a trainer of international humanitarian law. She currently work in a human rights law firm in London]: It is fair to say that, yes.

    Haid Haid [Haid Haid is associate fellow of the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House. A Syrian columnist and researcher....]: Yes.

    Yeah… those rules… I’m sure many people could say something about those if they weren’t so dead.

    What strikes is that this “rule based” bullshit to “keep us safe” is definitely US political cant. Wasn’t the UK more about realpolitik once. Yet another legacy of Blair Inc.

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  178. @Taras77

    Its a volunteer army; they signed up for Iraq.

    The war was a crock of shit to begin with. It was going to end with a power vacuum and anarchy but morons believe that you can “air strike” other countries into some functional vassal state.

    Most of the Americans who supported the war had never been OUT OF THE US. Or for that matter out of Podunk towns in the US interior.

    Its all laid on Jews but in point of fact Jews voted for Al Gore, who would have had no interest in Iraq. That was a George Bush beef and it was not Jews but oil companies that stood to gain…which of course they didn’t and by the time the war ended gasoline prices were up through the roof.

    You could not possibly instate a draft. College-bound kids bound for Ivy League institutions would erupt in protest. Nobody REALLY cares about Iran or Syria.

    Jews sort of ended the US draft because they organized protests in the Vietnam Era. I don’t entirely buy that Kissinger wanted fellow Jews like Hoffman to organize draft-resistance.

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  179. geokat62 says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Your comment was looking pretty good until you came to this part:

    Its all laid on Jews but in point of fact Jews voted for Al Gore, who would have had no interest in Iraq…

    LOL. That’s a good one. I’ve never seen that one before. Just for your edification, The Lobby prides itself on being a bipartisan enterprise. Its primary objective is ensuring the appearance that there’s no daylight between Isreal’s interests and those of the US, no matter which party controls the WH, Senate, and HofR.

    Do yourself a favour and read Stephen Sniegoski’s The Transparent Cabal and M&W’s The Israel Lobby if you’re truly interested in the truth… it could save you from future embarrassment.

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  180. @geokat62

    Hey geokat,
    … Noble of you to intervene with Jeff Stryker & possibly save him from “future embarrassment”!
    … You will be interested in the article linked below suggesting “legal” ZUSA censorship action (reopened) & taken to disable criticism of Israeli war crimes.

    https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/education/2018/09/12/case-against-rutgers-university-alleging-atmosphere-anti-semitism-reopened/1276968002/

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  181. annamaria says:
    @RobinG

    Happy 9/11 from Israel-firsters: https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/09/israel-did-9-11-not-muslims-and-anyone-who-thinks-otherwise-17-years-on-is-an-idiot/

    1. Benjamin Netanyahu (real name: Mileikowsky) – 24 hours after the 9/11 attacks, he said that they were “very good” then said later that, “We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attack on the Twin Towers and Pentagon, and the American struggle in Iraq.” Godfather of GWOT with his think tank, the Jonathan Institute, and his book, “Terrorism: How the West Can Win”. Inaugurated the 100-year war against what he called “militant Islam” and revealed as much in June 2012. Previously worked in a nuclear smuggling ring called Project Pinto. War criminal.

    2. Ehud Barak (real name: Brog) – Traveled to the United States and spent about 6 months preceding 9/11 as a chief consultant for Electronic Data Systems and SCP Partners, a shadowy Mossad-run company that does big business with firms that created advanced niche specialty metals and complex metal products for defense industries in the fields of energy, aerospace, infrastructure and chemicals. Among these products are nano-composite explosives laced with thermite, used to blow up the Twin Towers. Barak was on the BBC minutes after American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175 hit the WTC to literally announce the “clash of civilizations” and call for attacks on Iraq, Iran, Libya and Afghanistan. War criminal.

    3. Ehud Olmert – Was in New York the very night before the attacks to make the final preparations. Connected to Menachem Atzmon of ICTS. War criminal.

    4. & 5. Menachem Atzmon and Ezra Harel – Owners of International Consultants on Targeted Security (ICTS), which ran the security at the Boston and Newark airports as well as “all the international aviation gateways in the USA” according to its own website. Affiliated with Shin Bet, Mossad and Aman.

    6. Shimon Peres (real name: Szymon Perski) – Godfather of the usurping Zionist entity’s illegal nuclear program, arms industry, spy services and false flag operations (he was numero uno in the Lavon Affair aka Operation Susannah). Pioneered the facility at the illegitimate ‘Israeli’ regime’s WMD base at Dimona on occupied Palestinian land in Al-Naqab that produces the thermite used in the 9/11 horror. SPC Partners is the distributor, and it was Peres who brought the transaction to Barak. War criminal.

    7. Isser Harel (real name: Halperin) – Founder of the Mossad. Masterminded the operation with his old students Avraham Bendor and Peter Zvi Malkin, as well as ‘Israeli’ tycoon and Mossad-connected arms peddler Shaul Eisenberg, to obtain the blueprints for the WTC in an exchange facilitated by Port Authority Executive Director Stephen Berger.

    8. Mordechai “Motti” Hod (real name: Fein) – ‘Israeli’ occupation Air Force Major General and architect of the USS Liberty Massacre. From “Kibbutz Degania”, built on ethnically cleansed Palestinian village Umm Jouniyeh, where his friend Moshe Dayan, the notorious one-eyed genocidal maniac, also called “home”. Using his connections at ‘Israeli’ airline El Al (a known front for Zionist intelligence operatives) and ‘Israel’ Aerospace Industries (IAI)–where he was chief for years–as well as his experience in executing false flags and attacking aircraft filled with innocent people (Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 114), he was the military point man for Peres as well as Mossad and Shin Bet on 9/11. War criminal.

    9. Michael Chertoff – Second Secretary of Homeland Security and prior to that, chief of the criminal division of the Justice Department from 2001-2003. Patriot Act author. Son of Rabbi Gershon Baruch Chertoff, the final rabbinical scholar in a long line from Russia, and Livia Eisen, protege of Isser Harel, first hostess of El Al and founding female operative of Mossad. Orchestrated the capture of more than 1,100 Muslim citizens, tourists and immigrants, falsely labeling them as suspects connected to the September 11th attacks, while blocking the efforts of the FBI to investigate the hundreds of Mossad spies detained in relation to the event, specifically one Special Agent Michael Dick who was digging into ‘Israeli’-owned ZIM; supervising the destruction and confiscation of evidence that would have linked ‘Israel’ and the US to the attacks like videotapes, eyewitness accounts, written testimonies and debris from Ground Zero; and quietly killing every last charge against all of the ‘Israelis’ in custody before sending them back to the Zio-Tumor. Would later found the Chertoff Group and lead consulting efforts for a company called Rapiscan and make hundreds of millions of dollars from ‘Israeli’-occupation-style, unhealthy, irradiating body scanning at US airports.

    10-14. Yaron Shmuel, Omer Marmari, Sivan and Paul Kurzberg, and Oded Ellner – Mossad spies who have come to be known as “the five dancing ‘Israelis’”. After being detained on the fateful September day and having their bodies as well as their van testing positive for explosives, they shockingly proclaimed that “We’re here to document the event.”

    15. Dominick Otto Suter – Mossadnik owner of ‘Israeli’ intelligence front Urban Moving Systems where the five dancing ‘Israelis’ worked. He was their overseer and the chief of a Mossad operation to gather intelligence on various Arab organizations in the Tri-State Area.

    16. Morris Kahn – ‘Israeli’ owner and founder of Amdocs, which collects processing data for 90% of the phone calls, emails and text messages in America, including several agencies of the US ZOG. A close confidant of Isser Harel. At least 60 Israeli spies, all of whom were operatives in the fields of military intelligence and explosive ordinance were detained on 9/11, and more than 140 Israeli spies were detained shortly before the events. A large swathe of them worked at Amdocs.

    17. Kenneth Bialkin – Head of the America-‘Israel’ Friendship League (tied to Aman) and well-known member of the ADL and the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Senior partner of devilish, mega-influential law firm Skadden Arps that controlled all 9/11-related litigation.

    18. Sheila Birnbaum – The special mediator for the aforementioned litigation and old-time partner in Skadden Arps who reports to none other than Bialkin.

    19. Alvin Hellerstein – The judge on all of the cases run by Skadden Arps and a fanatical Zionist who attends the same temple as Birnbaum and Bialkin.

    20. Amnon Shoham – Co-founder of Cedar Fund, which poured tons of cash into Guardium, a “data security” company that worked closely with B’nai B’rith operative Michael Goff at P-Tech and “chosenite” CIA stalwart James Schlesinger’s MITRE to subvert various American security apparatuses on 9/11. A Talipon of substantial influence with his hands in at least a dozen different start-ups having a global impact, Shoham worked at–WHERE ELSE BUT–Skadden Arps on public offerings, mergers and acquisitions involving high technology companies prior to his venture capitalist endeavors.

    21. Gal Israely – Cedar Fund’s other co-founder. Also a Talpion connected to a plethora of high-tech start-ups. Prior to partnering up with Amnon Shoham and pouring cash into ‘Israeli’ intelligence assets like Guardium, he was Managing Director in the High Tech Investment Banking group of Bear Stearns–which was involved in a gigantic put options scam with AIG CEO Maurice Greenberg, Swiss Re Insurance and Michael Bloomberg (who became mayor of NY following the 9/11 attacks). Cozy, ain’t it?

    22. Yuval Cohen – Founder and senior partner of Stage One Ventures, the second funder of Guardium. Was recruited into the Tapliot program at the usurping Zionist entity’s Hebrew University.

    23. Yadin Kaufman – Founding partner of Veritas Ventures Partners, the third and final funder of Guardium. Not only a Talpion but a Mossadnik with deep ties to the Interdisciplinary Center of Mossad in “Herzliya” and well-connected in New York City where he is a member of the bar and a frequenter of events held by Skadden Arps and the other high-powered 9/11 (il)legal player, Stroock Stroock Lavan.

    24. Kenneth Feinberg – Set up the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund and forced the 9/11 victims’ families to wave their right to sue the government for criminal negligence in exchange for a little over a million shekels–I mean dollars– apiece. Holofraud swindler. Kennedy assassination profiteer. His wife, Dede, is the former president of the Jewish Federation in DC and a major bankroller of Jewish causes through Congregation Beth El of Montgomery County in Bethesda, Maryland, dropping monies on everything from ‘Israeli’ bonds to ‘Israeli’ charities (ethnic cleansing fronts) to ‘Israeli’ start-ups (Talpiot). Worked hand-in-glove with Birnbaum, Bialkin and Hellerstein to put the litigation to bed.

    25. “Lucky” Larry Silverstein – Mr. Pull It. Friend of every last ‘Israeli’ premier of the last three decades who has phone conversations with Netanyahu every Sunday. United Jewish Appeal bigwig. Co-owned the Twin Towers with Haganah terrorist and IOF Golani Brigades commando Frank Lowy. His buddies Lewis Eisenberg and Ronald Lauder, prominent Jewish Lobby chieftains themselves, privatized the WTC for the first time in history and helped him get the lease. Collected 7 billion dollars from the insurance settlement thanks to his other tribalist pal Michael Mukasey, who would help Chertoff save the ‘Israeli’ spies and later become the Bush regime’s Attorney General, solidifying in court that everything was “kosher”.

    26. Rabbi Dov Zakheim – Pentagon Comptroller who disappeared $3.3 trillion and sent it to the usurping Zionist entity to pay for new warplanes that would be used in the slaughter of Palestinian and Lebanese innocents. Head honcho of Systems Planning Corporation (SPC) that manufactured the FTS (flight termination system) equipped under the fuselages of the planes that hit the WTC. Co-author of Rebuilding America’s Defenses, the mission statement of the neocon cabal that wanted a “New Pearl Harbor”, ran the Bush White House and called itself PNAC–where, for the record, every policy wonk involved in the barbaric wars launched in the name of 9/11 gathered and became signatories to Zakheim’s ravings. His Tridata Corporation covered up the domineering ‘Israeli’ role in the WTC false flag of ’93, which was considered to be a test run for the “real thing” 8 years alter. War criminal and arguably the architect of the whole September 11th shebang.

    Know what all these people have in common? And I do mean ALL of them. Figure it out yet? Yeah. They ain’t Muslims.”

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  182. annamaria says:
    @El Dato

    Know your presstitutes and opportunists working for war criminals by face: http://www.syriauk.org/2018/07/foreign-affairs-committee-inquiry-on.html

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  183. annamaria says:
    @geokat62

    “The Lobby prides itself on being a bipartisan enterprise. Its primary objective is ensuring the appearance that there’s no daylight between Isreal’s interests and those of the US, no matter which party controls the WH, Senate, and HofR.”
    – Correct.

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  184. annamaria says:
    @Tyrion 2

    “The US Is Blind To Evidence That Syrian Opposition Has Chemical Weapons” — even when provided with evidence: https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/09/us-is-blind-to-evidence-that-syrian-opposition-has-chemical-weapons/
    “On September 11, the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria reported that, according to information received from the inhabitants of the jihadist-held province of Idlib, in the village of Jisr al Shugur, recordings of a staged provocation on the alleged use of chemical weapons by the army against the civilian population.
    … a group of 30 members of the Al-Qaeda affiliated White Helmets organization came to Idlib from Turkey to prepare the assembly.
    On September 8, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported that the terrorists agreed to a plan to carry out chemical attacks at four sites in Syria.”
    – But the thoroughly zionized US media does not want to hear about the evidence implicating the precious Al Qaeda (the 9/11 anybody?). Instead, the zionized MSM is cheerleading for the war against the sovereign state of Syria because this is what the Jewish State wants — the mass murder of civilians and Syrian military conducted on the US/EU dime. Even if the backlash with Russians in Syria can provoke the WWIII, the chosenites want the destruction of Syria, by any means.
    The chosenites were elated with the destruction of Iraq and Libya, and they — the Israel-firsters — cannot wait to see more slaughter in the Middle East.
    Close your holo-museums already.

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  185. annamaria says:
    @Tyrion 2

    PS: Published on: Sep 12, 2018 @ 18:06 – “The Russian Aerospace Force will support Syrian troops if the Western coalition decides to launch attacks against Syria due to the provocation of the “chemical attacks” in Idlib province.” https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/09/all-options-on-the-table-russian-air-force-support-for-syrian-troops-if-western-coalition-attacks/
    — No wonder that the alternative media is filled with the suggestions to send the first ‘response’ from the Russian Aerospace Force directly to Israel, this festering wound of rotten immorality infecting the western world.

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  186. @geokat62

    Morning, geo!
    … Maybe you saw article (below) focused upon Adam Milstein activities?
    … Always necessity to keep batteries charged in our Personal-Protection-Equipment (P.P.E.) “Deception Meters.”

    https://electronicintifada.net/content/censored-film-names-adam-milstein-canary-mission-funder/25356

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  187. @Harold Smith

    I have one short response.

    That is not proof of a lie or even multiple lies.

    It may be proof of needing an ironing service from having multiple creases in one’s suit from repeatedly bowing to the pressures of others or even changing one’s mind

    But that is not poof of a lie. It might be proof of compromise to attain other goals or even compromise to salvage one’s career. But they don’t amount up to lies as understand the term lie.

    a. brink of nuclear war — nonsense. We were in the Ukraine, Syria, Irag, Afghanistan, Libya, threatening Iran, North Korea before he came in office and the break points were far more pressured than they are today.

    b. once you get in office, the view gets cloudier, based on the information provided by one’s insiders. I may disagree with those insiders — but they have influence, and they have the leverage — once the president signed on to that intel report — he signed on a barrel full on agendas. It was a mistake to have done so — that does not mean now that he lied previously. He intended to do one thing and now in light of — well whatever — he is doing something else. If I tell you I am going to market but get sidetracked enroute and never get there — that does not mean by definition, I was lieing.

    c. I am not convinced that the president is fully on board with anything you suggest. And if he were, that would not amount to a proof of a lie.

    d. It’s a very difficult to demonstrate that someone lied. even if they did not do what they said they would —

    The observations you have made concerning the president’s choices contrary to the agenda for which I voted are clear. Whether they are the result of a changed mind, political influence, drug use, eating too many guava seeds, or anything else, say as simple as political survival or something else are far more likley than he just so and so lied. People end up in jail all the time based on your kind of reasoning — but such reasoning is tantamount to proving another lied.

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  188. @Harold Smith

    two days ago I was responding to a poster. And I decided to delete my direct response and place it in the general. i did so for very specific reasons. Despite deleting the comment it still ended up where I deliberately wanted to avoid.

    Now whether or not someone deliberately edited my comment b y blocking the delete or whether it was just a glitch is unknown to me. I don’t have evidence of any intent, just the discrepency —

    you have evidence of a discrepancy (somewhat as you mischaracterize several positions) but you don’t have evidence of a lie.

    The tactic you use is very common — but its accuracy is another matter.

    dare i say — context matters. .

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  189. annamaria says:

    Meanwhile, in Yemen, American government’s best friends and comrades-in-arms the Saudis have bombed another bus with kids: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-12/another-coalition-strike-yemen-civilian-bus-same-day-us-affirms-it-stands-saudis
    “First video shows the aftermath of #Saudi led coalition airstrikes on a bus station in #Hodeidah City. #Yemen.
    20 were killed and 25 injured including children.
    (Warning graphic content).”

    – Clearly, Pompeo and Haley like the smell of burning children on the morning. Guess their Christian faith leads them in their very “special” love for children.
    The Nuky Haley, of course, “describes herself as pro-life and has supported legislation to restrict abortion rights.” But she seems has some notable aversion towards the living children.

    The very-very Christian Pompeo “spoke out in favor of the CIA’s use of torture”(guess, Jesus told him). Pompeo is also “against abortion even in cases of rape and incest.” Similar to Nuky Haley, Pompeo is not fond of the living children in Syria and Yemen.
    Pompeo serves as a local church deacon and teaches Sunday school.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_Pompeo
    – Who would want this promoter of torture and murder to be near the living children?

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  190. Never underestimate Russians. Their actions are aligned with seasons.
    Winter is coming! US is will be alone. If NATO will join US, Russia will shut off gas to Europe.
    (And Germans know that.)

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  191. gsjackson says:
    @El Dato

    My understanding — and it could be wrong — is that a couple hundred American troops have been embedded with the rebels/terrorist in Idlib for “training” purposes. When Centcom was warned by Russia that an attack was coming they put 100 more in.

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  192. annamaria says:
    @gsjackson

    “My understanding — and it could be wrong — is that a couple hundred American troops have been embedded with the rebels/terrorist in Idlib for “training” purposes.”

    — The zionized US is not alone: the zionized UK has been preparing the sacrifice of the Brits along with the usual sacrifice of Syrian children (the favorite act of the zionized M16 of Golden Shower fame): http://www.voltairenet.org/article202717.html

    “The United Kingdom relaunched the project against Syria by preparing a false flag operation in Kafr Zita. For this purpose, specialists from the Olive company were sent to the area, and chemical weapons were moved to the governorate of Idlib. The White Helmets abducted 44 children, whom MI6 planned to sacrifice and blame their murder on a chemical attack by the Syrian Arab Army against the «rebels» [a WaPo-promoted euphemism for Al Qaeda -- happy 9/11, Israel firsters!].

    MI6 organised the dissemination of this fake news in advance via the false witness testimony of a small child, Hala. They created a Twitter account in her name on 29 July, and about thirty media immediately joined up, waiting for the signal (operation « Eyes on Idlib »). Among them are the BBC, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, BuzzFeed, and The Huffington Post – these are media which knowingly participate in British war propaganda.” [Don't these zionized presstituting sources enjoy the smell of small children's' burning flesh on the morning...]

    Simultaneously, the Pentagon deployed in the Gulf the destroyer USS The Sullivans (DDG-68) with 56 cruise missiles on board, and a В-1В strategic bomber carrying 24 AGM-158 JASSM air-ground cruise missiles on the air base of Al-Udeid in Qatar.

    While the responsibility of British Prime Minister Theresa May is clearly established concerning the actions of MI6, we do not know who ordered the US military deployment. ” — The Jewish Lobby or Bibi himself?

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  193. annamaria says:
    @gsjackson

    Blackwater returns to Iraq in the name of Olive, based in the UAE: https://search4dinar.wordpress.com/2017/06/30/blackwater-mercenaries-return-to-iraq-with-uae-copy-baghdad/

    “Blackwater, a US-based security services company, came out of Iraq by parliamentary decree because of what was known as the “Nisour Square Massacre” in Baghdad in mid-September 2007, when the company’s elements opened fire on civilian vehicles carrying Iraqi families, which led to the deaths of 41 civilians between the dead and wounded, including children.
    But the company has returned to Iraq … this time under a different name and another address, the company “Olive” security services or “Zaytouna for security services,” and owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi, and is currently managed the same founder of “Blackwater,” former US Army officer…”

    — Currently, the “specialists from the Olive company” are in Idlib helping the “rebels” (Al Qaeda “freedom fighters”), on the UK pence, in their fight against the sovereign state of Syria. : https://rusreality.com/2018/08/29/pmc-of-the-uk-olive-group-charged-with-preparing-a-chemical-attack-in-syria-who-are-they/

    http://www.voltairenet.org/article202717.html

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  194. @Harold Smith

    The “proof” is all around you

    Exactly.

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  195. @Jeff Stryker

    Its all laid on Jews but in point of fact Jews voted for Al Gore, who would have had no interest in Iraq. That was a George Bush beef and it was not Jews but oil companies that stood to gain…

    You’re kidding, right?
    Besides it’s not all laid on Jews, but lots of it is laid on Zionists.

    And of course we all know who owns and controls large swaths of the oil industry, don’t we? Don’t we?

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  196. @EliteCommInc.

    “That is not proof of a lie or even multiple lies.”

    Let’s start with the meaning of the word “proof.” I have clearly shown by at least a “preponderance of the evidence” that the Trump presidency is a scam; i.e., that Trump’s campaign was a calculated bait and switch fraud from the beginning. IOW I have presented an argument which is more credible and convincing than your “argument” (to the extent your hand-waving and dismissive rhetoric rise to the level of an “argument”).

    “It may be proof of needing an ironing service from having multiple creases in one’s suit from repeatedly bowing to the pressures of others or even changing one’s mind”

    Nonsense. He reversed himself on the critically important foreign policy issues that got him elected; he betrayed his election mandate – and he did so almost immediately upon being inaugurated. That’s pure bad faith on display there, and no amount of your hand-waving and dismissive rhetoric can change that.

    Moreover, he went out of his way to make sure the world and especially Russia knew that he was a lying, no good bastard; e.g., he added his own personal insult to the diplomatic war against Russia by giving the Russian diplomatic staff only 48 hours to vacate their property in San Francisco. Sorry but this was obviously a calculated maleficent act, which was intended to send a message, not the act of someone “bowing to the pressure of others” or merely “changing one’s mind.”

    “But that is not poof of a lie. It might be proof of compromise to attain other goals or even compromise to salvage one’s career. But they don’t amount up to lies as understand the term lie.”

    It is “proof” of a lie by at least the standard of “preponderance of the evidence.” That is, I have shown that it is more probable than not (vis-a-vis your contrary bare assertions) that Trump is a fraudster.

    “a. brink of nuclear war — nonsense. We were in the Ukraine, Syria, Irag, Afghanistan, Libya, threatening Iran, North Korea before he came in office and the break points were far more pressured than they are today.”

    First, I said: “[Trump] wasted no time in bringing America closer to nuclear war with Russia than at any time since the Cuban missile crisis.” I was paraphrasing the opinion of the Stephen Cohen, the acclaimed professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton university and NYU.

    So in your opinion Cohen is full of it? Your opinion of the situation carries more weight than his?

    https://www.antiwar.com/blog/2018/04/12/professor-stephen-cohen-im-more-afraid-of-nuclear-war-than-anytime-since-cuban-missile-crisis/

    BTW contrary to your implication that because a shooting war with Russia hasn’t happened *yet* it therefore can’t happen, Prof. Cohen seems to think there may be a looming “first time.” He seems to be laboring under the assumption that there may be some limit to Russian patience, and that we may be approaching it. But of course you know better than that, right?

    “b. once you get in office, the view gets cloudier, based on the information provided by one’s insiders. I may disagree with those insiders — but they have influence, and they have the leverage — once the president signed on to that intel report — he signed on a barrel full on agendas. ”

    LOL! Of course you ignore the damning chronology of events. Trump started sabotaging his own stated agenda literally within days of being inaugurated. He immediately appoints a rabid Russophobe as UN ambassador and demands Russia give back Crimea, and you tell me it’s because of the influence of “insiders”?

    I don’t think I’m going to waste any more time arguing absurdities with you.

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  197. @annamaria

    Nice work there. Very nice!

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  198. RobinG says:
    @Erebus

    deep inhalers of … “the cold, dry air of madness”

    Indeed. Intent on Armageddon. Maniacal.

    This is What Happened When Tulsi Gabbard Tried to Stop Congress From Authorizing War With Iran

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  199. annamaria says:

    Meanwhile, in the Kaganat of Nuland (former Ukraine) the neo-Nazi battalions (the ziocons’ best hope) have been “winning the minds and hearts” of the ordinary Ukrainians: http://thesaker.is/ukraines-pending-disaster-escalating-in-lugansk-and-donetsk/

    “The Ukrainian Diaspora volunteer battalions like Donbass, Kiev1, Dniepr, Azov, etc, almost immediately turned to rob, raping, murder, and torture in the towns and villages they came across. …
    The majority of Ukrainians know exactly what’s going on inside their country today. … Most don’t see differences between themselves and the people of Donbass, they want the war to end.”

    Comment section: ” Had the coup never occurred, many thousands of people would still be alive. All that blood’s on Obama and Clinton’s hands as well as other American fascists.”

    – Is not it amazing how cordial the relationships are between the US zionists, Ukrainian neo-Nazis, and the Canadian progeny of banderists and Nazi collaborators. Finally, the kindred spirits found each other in the Jewish Lebensraum movement in the ravaged Ukraine: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volodymyr_Groysman

    https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/03/02/nazi-skeleton-in-family-closet.html

    “Throughout the crisis [the Jewish/neo-Nazi Revolution in Kiev in 2014] American politicians visited Maidan, as both Republicans and Democrats, such as Senators John McCain, R-Arizona, and Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut. stirred up the crowds.
    … the real center of American influence in the Kiev demonstrations was with Ambassador Pyatt and Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs Victoria Nuland. Her husband is Robert Kagan, who worked as a State Department propagandist on the Central American wars in the 1980s and was the co-founder of the Project for the New American Century in the 1990s, the group that organized political and media pressure for the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003.”

    – The “holocaust survivors” have joined their efforts with the neo-Nazi to enslave Ukraine and to attack, again, Russia.

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  200. RobinG says:
    @geokat62

    Hi Geo,

    You were one of the first to contact Torstein Grude to get a copy of The Magnitsky Act: Behind the Scenes, which he sent to you in an email. I never did that because I was able to view it on YouTube before it was taken down. (And for those who didn’t follow, it was actually Torstein who requested that YouTube remove those, not because of Browder, but because of contracts with some 3rd party vendors.)

    However, I’ve asked Torstein (three times) about availability of a DVD, and clarification about showing it, privately or publicly. He has not responded. What’s up with that? Is it an oversight (which I doubt) or could it be the sophisticated way of saying, “You’re on your own,” ? IMO, we should be taking matters into our own hands, doing underground screenings.

    Regarding your copy that he sent you, was that a one shot deal, or are you able to replay indefinitely? Would you be able to project from your laptop onto a screen? As it happens, I know people who have burned it onto a disc (iirc, from YouTube) and showed it to groups of friends. Could you make a disc(s) from your email copy?

    In case anyone wonders how this relates to Syria, (yeah, lots of obtuseness out there!) we’re trying to stave off an October not-too-surprising, and the debunking of Russiagate is a tool in the box.

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  201. @annamaria

    Great post, annamaria!

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  202. Iris says:
    @annamaria

    Thank you for your much valuable comments; each is worth an article.

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  203. @Harold Smith

    Good grief,

    I don’t think you know the meaning of the word lie. I certainly think that the current president has told some lies. Whether or not Syria his admonitions about getting out of the Syrian mess was a lie is another matter.

    A. Stop pretending that I am ignoring your examples, that would be false. i accept and certainly am aware that the pres initial position is was to get out of Syria and yet he has pound excuse to remain. Whether or not he never intended to get out is another matter.

    B. Reversal is not a lie by definition — I said several weeks ago, no more seven half hour sessions of exercise — yet I have continued to exercise seven times a week — in view my having not my stated shift would be a lie.

    While I think the executive has lied about several issues — the policy on Syria is not clearly one of them.

    c. Your preponderance of evidence is misused here. The evidence has to go to the cause for the change, not the change itself — We both acknowledge the change — whether said change is a lie is another matter. I would agree that the president will sell out a position for political expediency — i agree that he is not as strong as I would have hoped.

    d. he did not immediately do anything of the kind. He bought into the silly chemical weapons ploy in Syria. He did not immediately send troops. And has only gradually allow that slip and slide game to play out. That does not mean he hasn’t sought a way out or still doesn’t intend to do so. Several weeks ago I said, no more dell, because they break down quickly and I am tired of repairing them. yet, in the problems in getting replacements brought me to a place of repairing the one i had — in your view my choice or reversing my position makes me a liar. This kind of loose application of what constitutes a lie is easy to make any discrepancy one of intent —

    d. you have jumped the shark here. The reason Ambassador Haily was selected were because she was a woman and she was vehemently pro Israel –

    I have already stated my position on his appointments. That were based on hardliners, but if one is going to negotiate from strength — that is neither astounding nor shocking choice.

    The weak defense here is not the hardliners — but those that openly opposed his candidacy and his person — that level of appeasement was problematic.

    Under the current environment, I am unprepared to call the president’s choices as to Syria a lie.

    But then, i am not prone to use the term lie or liar with anyone on any formal manner because , the term has powerful implications. Even when someone such as yourself, places my comments in to written statements that are not reflective of the original conversation — I note it, but am cautious to impugn your motives without clear evidence that motive was in some manner ill intended.

    At the moment, I tend to this of this executive as weaker than i thought, distracted and easily intimidated by those in his circle. And most importantly, now he has hemmed himself in by his agreement with intel assessment. i hate to break it you, but agreeing to that assessment essentially means the US is going to be in a hostile if not war posture with russia.

    The implications of that assent is just overwhelmingly against him.

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  204. @Harold Smith

    The implications of that assent is just overwhelmingly against him making nice with the Russians. But if there was a lie on this question it goes to his assent to the intel report of Russian interference that I don’t believe he actually thinks occurred. And I don’t think he has the courage to go back and reject it as a mistake.

    That lie is already costing him more than he intended and when he will stop paying the costs — unknown.

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  205. @Harold Smith

    And I disagree that we are closer to a nuclear exchange. Your play here is a stretch . . . There is no indication that the stage set prior to president trumps election brings us any closer than before. In fact, given the rhetoric prior to the election — the very election of president Trump has slowed the matter considerably.

    I am sure if you take a look at the context here Dr. Cohen is talking about the bombing campaign. The problem is that the concern has existed prior the election of the current executive. Sure any hot exchanges that involve the US and russia could escalate, but that has little to do with president Trump who has been slower to side with actions in Syria.

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-proxy-war-over-trumps-foreign-policy/

    but more importantly, Dr. Cohen’s concerns are not with President Trump, but the agenda I referenced previously:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_xbECML9Bs

    (note: Trump or somebody) It’s the agenda. But we have been so engaged in Syria prior to president. I don’t think we are any closer. You are overplaying Dr. Cohen’s comments to your line of rationale — one problem — that rationale is not supported by Dr. Cohen — even by your own cite reference — Now i could come out and say you are a liar — but i am not clear your motive was ill will.

    Whether you respond to me any further is inconsequential to me. But I would caution getting into discussions about who and what constitutes a lie with people who actually know what a lie is and the class of those who engage the practice.

    The only new topic I will respond to is the issue of shooting war. The US has been in a shooting war via proxy since Iraq, In my view, sadly, russia as represented by Pres. Putin has been the voice or reason, and has repeatedly outmaneuvered our politicians.

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  206. it’s Thursday and i have already rowed four times this week . . .

    i wonder if i will engage in another lie by or before week’s end by rowing three more times.

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  207. @Harold Smith

    I don’t think I’m going to waste any more time arguing absurdities with you.

    You, sir, appear to have made a very wise decision.

    In my view, you cannot reason with either a Zionist whether Jew, JINO, or “Christian”, a Commie, or a statist of any form. I think the most that can be done with them is to treat them to their own medicine and mock them.

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  208. annamaria says:

    The land of Jimmy Savile and Blair the Pious has suddenly decided to show a fake moulage of British moral certitude by accusing Russians in bad behavior.

    No concrete evidence against the Russian has been provided, still: https://www.rt.com/uk/438362-skripal-salisbury-foreign-office/
    In comparison, when the multitude of concrete evidence demonstrated, unequivocally, the criminality of Jimmy Savile and Blair the Pious, the UK government feigned total blindness and deafness.

    “BBC Scandal Exposes Cover-Up of Host Jimmy Savile’s Pedophilia:” https://www.democracynow.org/2012/11/13/bbc_scandal_exposes_cover_up_of

    “Tony Blair and the business of covering up war crimes:” https://electronicintifada.net/content/tony-blair-and-business-covering-war-crimes/8487

    The same perfidy is on a display with the UK’ training of Al Qaeda in Syria.
    It seems that the UK government has become a political subsidiary up of White Helmets, whereas M16 the White helmets’ secret service branch.

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  209. RobinG says:
    @Iris

    Agreed.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7A8VuRFGmQ&feature=youtu.be

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  210. Iris says:
    @RobinG

    Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is one fine and brave lady. God bless her.

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  211. @EliteCommInc.

    “Stop pretending that I am ignoring your examples, that would be false.”

    Stop pretending that I’m pretending that you’re ignoring my examples.

    “i accept and certainly am aware that the pres initial position is was to get out of Syria and yet he has pound excuse to remain. Whether or not he never intended to get out is another matter.”

    At issue is your laughably absurd statement: “I think the president was sincere [during the campaign]. I think he thought once he won the election — that was it. His staff would follow his lead.”

    And Syria is an example that proves Trump’s whole campaign was a fraud. You see it’s not that Trump just refused to get out of Syria; it’s clear that he’s SUPPORTING TERRORISTS and opposing Russia in Syria. What Trump is doing in Syria in toto PROVES (to any reasonable person) that his whole campaign was a fraud.

    Trump said:

    “I’d like to talk today about how to develop a new foreign policy direction for our country, one that replaces randomness with purpose, ideology with strategy, and *chaos with peace.*”

    A self-evident LIE.

    “My foreign policy will always put the interests of the American people and American security above all else. It has to be first. Has to be.”

    A self-evident LIE.

    “‘We’ desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Russia and China.”

    A self-evident LIE.

    “Our goal is peace and prosperity, not war and destruction. The best way to achieve those goals is through a disciplined, deliberate and consistent foreign policy. With President Obama and Secretary Clinton we’ve had the exact opposite — a reckless, rudderless and aimless foreign policy, one that has blazed the path of destruction in its wake.

    After losing thousands of lives and spending trillions of dollars, we are in far worst shape in the Middle East than ever, ever before. I challenge anyone to explain the strategic foreign policy vision of Obama/Clinton. It has been a complete and total disaster.

    A self-evident LIE.

    “I will seek a foreign policy that all Americans, whatever their party, can support, so important, and which our friends and allies will respect and totally welcome. The world must know that we do not go abroad in search of enemies…”

    A self-evident LIE.

    And on and on ad nauseum.

    “Reversal is not a lie by definition — I said several weeks ago, no more seven half hour sessions of exercise — yet I have continued to exercise seven times a week — in view my having not my stated shift would be a lie.”

    “lie
    noun \ ˈlī \
    Definition of lie
    1 a : an assertion of something known or believed by the speaker or writer to be untrue with intent to deceive He told a lie to avoid punishment.
    b : an untrue or inaccurate statement that may or may not be believed true by the speaker or writer the lies we tell ourselves to feel better historical records containing numerous lies
    2 : something that misleads or deceives His show of remorse was a lie.
    3 : a charge of lying (see 3lie)”

    The essence if a lie is the intent to deceive. If you had no intent to deceive anyone then it wasn’t technically a lie; sorry if that concept is over your head.

    “Your preponderance of evidence is misused here. The evidence has to go to the cause for the change, not the change itself — We both acknowledge the change — whether said change is a lie is another matter.”

    I didn’t misuse anything. I have facts and an argument in support of my view that Trump’s whole campaign was a fraud, and you have no counter-argument other than baseless contrariness. Thus I have proven by preponderance of the evidence that your absurd statement is incorrect.

    “he did not immediately do anything of the kind.”

    Yes he did. He almost immediately after inauguration appointed Haley as UN ambassador and he almost immediately took the position that Russia had to give back Crimea.

    “He bought into the silly chemical weapons ploy in Syria.”

    Bullshit. He obviously knew it was a hoax. If he was acting in good faith why would he attack the Shayrat Airbase which was allegedly involved in the attacks at the risk of releasing more toxins stored there and killing civilians in the area? It makes no sense.

    “He did not immediately send troops. And has only gradually allow that slip and slide game to play out.”

    Upon being inaugurated, he also almost immediately began expanding the military footprint in Syria.

    “d. you have jumped the shark here. The reason Ambassador Haily was selected were because she was a woman and she was vehemently pro Israel”

    That’s irrelevant. She’s a rabid Russophobe who began her appointment at the UN by bashing Russia. What does her pro-Israel sentiment have to do with Russia giving back Crimea? That Trump appointed her almost immediately after being inaugurated and that she immediately began sabotaging relations with Russia proves that he had no intention of cooperating with Russia in any context. Haley’s appointment by itself proves Trump’s campaign was a fraud.

    Your original statement is indefensibly wrong; acccept it.

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  212. geokat62 says:
    @RobinG

    Regarding your copy that he sent you…?

    was that a one shot deal, or are you able to replay indefinitely? AFAIK, I can play it indefinitely.

    Would you be able to project from your laptop onto a screen? I don’t see why not.

    Could you make a disc(s) from your email copy? I could, but the only reservation I’d have is the watermark (a unique number continually displayed that is tied to each copy that was distributed). If the watermark could somehow be blurred, I’d have no issue sharing my copy.

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  213. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    Maybe you saw article (below) focused upon Adam Milstein activities?

    I did, indeed, Chuck. I’m sure Milstein was asking his wife if she too felt a draft, because he started feeling a little exposed.

    One can only hope the Al Jazeera documentary – The Lobby— USA – will see the light of day, because as Steve Rosen explained, “a Lobby is like a night flower… it thrives in the dark and dies in the light.”

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  214. Iris says:
    @anon

    ” I hope you are right.”

    Analysis from some well-informed Syria observers are rather optimistic.

    According to them, during the Helsinki summit, Presidents Trump and Putin came to an agreement, the latter agreeing that Russian natural gas supplies will not compete with US shale gas supplies to Southern Europe for the coming 5 years. In return, the US would “less actively” oppose Russia during the coming battle of Idlib.

    The main force overtly supporting the terrorists cornered in Idlib is Turkey. Turkey is using as much as she can her control over Al Nusra (A Qaeda) as a bargaining power, with many end goals at stake: keeping hold of parts of the Syrian territory it currently occupies, the oil it illegally extracts, the containment of the Kurds…

    But Turkey did play the military confrontation game already in Aleppo, genuinely and foolishly believing it could win against the Syria-Russia-Iran coalition. We know how it ended.
    Erdogan is now playing the blackmail card, appealing to Europeans to intervene in Idlib to avoid a flood of refugees with disgruntled terrorists hidden amongst them. This blackmail only shows his desperation.

    It is likely that there will be fierce fighting in Idlib: there are hardened terrorists who will not surrender. Also, among foreign fighters, Uighurs and Turkmen will fight to death because neither Turkey would give them refuge, nor will their native countries take them back.

    But the point is that the coalition around Russia will have mainly Turkey and Al Nusra to confront:
    - President Trump seems more interested in US economic interests. The US are exerting nuisance, but only loosely and indirectly via proxy terrorists.
    - Israel are cowards who will not budge without the US taking the hit for them.

    Here is Al Nusra shooting demonstrators in Idlib because they want the terrorists out of their town:

    Thanks for clarifying the “pulling the carpet” phrase; at least, its meaning is clear :-) In my native French, we use a more bizarre phrase which goes as “cutting the grass under somebody’s feet” .

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  215. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    … You will be interested in the article linked below suggesting “legal” ZUSA censorship action (reopened) & taken to disable criticism of Israeli war crimes.

    Thanks for sharing, Chuck. With Trump at the kiddie wheel helm of the Zionist bus (pretending to drive it for the sake of appearances for The Dumb Goy), it appears The Lobby is willing to take another crack at losing cases that had no hope in hell of, otherwise, succeeding.

    Excerpts from, U.S. Department of Education reopens case against Rutgers alleging anti-Semitism:

    The U.S. Department of Education has reopened a seven-year old complaint against Rutgers University alleging Jewish students were subject to a hostile environment – a move that comes as the department’s assistant secretary for civil rights adopts a broader definition of anti-Semitism that includes criticisms of Israel.

    During the Obama administration, the Office of Civil Rights said it could not substantiate the claims and dismissed the complaint in 2014.

    At the time, Rutgers disputed ZOA’s allegations as “factually inaccurate and significantly distorted.”

    In reopening the Rutgers probe, Marcus indicated he will use a new “working definition” of anti-Semitism that is already in use by the State Department. It includes types of anti-Israel activity and speech, but civil rights groups say it’s so broad that it would target criticism of Israel as anti-Semitic.

    “The way it looks, they’re really trying to bully colleges into stopping Palestinian organizations as a whole on campus by using government resources,” said Habehh, of Hackensack, who graduated in May. “We believe eventually colleges that don’t get enough funding might start to toughen up on these groups.

    “Of course it may be tough,” he added, “but we’re students — we’ll persist. We will continue our work.”

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  216. @Iris

    Yep – I would vote for her as prez.

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  217. RobinG says:
    @Cloak And Dagger

    If she runs. In the meantime, I’ve been sticking up for Trump, when appropriate. But geez … why does he do absurd, petty things like refusing to acknowledge the hurricane death toll in Puerto Rico? Makes it harder to rebut his most looney critics. Kind of the opposite of this skit… Have you seen it?

    Stop Making Me Defend Donald Trump! | We The Internet TV

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  218. bjondo says:
    @Jeff Stryker

    Oil companies already had the oil. Saddam was ready to agree to most any terms. None expressed a desire for war. Many did express preference for no war.

    Maybe it was glass companies desiring Iraqi sand that pushed, planned, lied US into war? Iraq sand best in world for plate glass, vacuum tubes and basketball backboards.

    Have to admire the glass companies for coming up with the anthrax “icing”. Truly devious. If we didnt know better, blame would’ve fallen hard and fast on DC Jew.

    Seriously though, it was Jew that wanted Iraq physically, culturally destroyed. Because … Jew is Jew and Jew wants every particle of Palestine and a whole lot more. Iraq just early step.

    The towers were wired and the plans set. Gore was surrounded by handlers similar to W’s. Not much would have been different. Bush dumber so easier to handle.

    W’s “beef” not organic but whispered into his ear. Never talked about Saddam, Iraq before being made president and puppet.

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  219. bjondo says:

    Gabbard is a lot of nice words. Like weak-weasel Bernie.

    She might win Hawaii.

    Trump is revolutionary

    This world is going to change. Wont be easy. One man against an entrenched, monstrous machine that spans North America and Europe.

    One against the world.

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  220. @EliteCommInc.

    Trump only lied only about skeletons in his closet. And those are actually not really lies but denials.
    MSM is blowing up these basically innocent lies to infinity. MSM is ridiculous.

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  221. @Harold Smith

    You are a hypocrite! and not very bright one if I may say so.

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  222. @RobinG

    LOL! That’s funny!

    I do know what you mean about Trump – I didn’t vote for him: I voted against Hillary. I wish he wouldn’t keep tweeting stupid shit or making so damn many pro-Israeli comments. It is possible that I am a complete idiot for continuing to hope that he may do something really good.

    He says really stupid things, but when you analyze deeply, you can’t help but wonder if all his rhetoric is just a smoke screen that allows him to move under the radar and play a long game. He hasn’t pulled us out of all the wars, but he hasn’t started any new ones despite his loud mouth. I note that Putin isn’t reacting – in fact he seems to be plain ignoring him and his many threats. It is entirely possible that he and Putin agreed to let him shoot his mouth off about Syria and Russia, so long as he didn’t really interfere in the mop up there.

    I guess he has to say crazy things to keep the zios from killing him – although they seem to be wising up.

    https://www.haaretz.com/opinion/six-reasons-trump-would-be-disaster-1.5398204

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  223. @Harold Smith

    Well,

    I think you have made my point —

    the intent to deceive. That is the rick pony you have repeatedly failed at demonstrating. You can believe that, you can contend as much — but making that case on Syria or Russia is a very tough – call.

    I have made it very clear where i think he lied on the matter of foreign policy. At least lied in such a manner as to have profound consequences.

    Since you continue to press the Ambassador Hailey issue — President Trump has continually acted in a manner that was generally considerate of Russia, despite opposition at home. I am aware of the sanctions, and the follow through on previous policy.

    But it has been the embrace of the intel report – which had challenged for nearly two years — successfully — that embrace now has him bound and tied to a position which is going to be antagonistic towards a state he now agrees attempted to overthrow a US election or in some manner actively sabotage the matter.

    That turn by near definition means, he must now confront the Russians in p-laces in which we formerly had no business. He has further signed on to a position that Pres Putin ordered the murder and or attempted murder of British citizens — an act of war against an ally. Frankly, I think he out maneuvered himself in a position he had no intention of binding himself — active antagonism against russia, wherever they engaged in opposition to the US –

    It’s referred to as the cold war — one that could have been squelched had he not lied about what bhe really thinks about the Russian interference.

    Up until that point, I think he was playing a hand of homeland diplomacy. All that is now gone — and that is too bad.

    Again, Despite the politics, I don’t see a strong case that he intentionally misled supporters about his positions.

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  224. @Köçekçe

    Ghadaffi evil madman? Lybians had it good under this evil man. Vain and eccentric yes, but evil no ?

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  225. @Sergey Krieger

    As I do see it now Libya was of no importance to anybody. Libya was only a test run.
    It was test run particularly for CIA mercenaries aka jihadists. Syria was the real target always.

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  226. I make no arguments that the Russians did not interfere. They may very well have. Country’s spy and meddle —

    But to date the evidence is just there to make that case. That’s what is find troubling, given the massive attack claimed, the scope and depth, and the players, including election boards —-

    that there is no evidence is a very big problem.

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  227. @Ilyana_Rozumova

    “You are a hypocrite! and not very bright one if I may say so.”

    Silly you; you’re supposed to be looking at your monitor, not your mirror, as you type your infantile drivel.

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  228. @EliteCommInc.

    “I think you have made my point —

    the intent to deceive. That is the rick pony you have repeatedly failed at demonstrating. You can believe that, you can contend as much — but making that case on Syria or Russia is a very tough – call.”

    Aw c’mon Mr. Elite Communist Troll, you’re being so silly.

    Anonymous said:

    “You do not make a campaign promise to cooperate with Russia, and then hire all these people who want to go to war with Russia. It tells me that Trump was lying during his campaign.”

    To which Mr. Elite Communist Troll responded:

    “No. I don’t think that is the case. I think the president was sincere. I think he thought once he won the election — that was it. His staff would follow his lead.”

    There are many lines of reasoning that prove Mr. Elite Communist Troll wrong (i.e., that prove by a preponderance of the evidence that Trump’s campaign was a fraud).

    Here is one of my favorites:

    Trump said: “We desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Russia and China.”

    But then, shortly after the election, Trump announced the appointment of the overzealous Russophobe Nikki Haley as UN ambassador, and Ms. Haley immediately took the position that Russia has to give Crimea back to Ukraine; something that the whole world well understands that Russia will not and can not do under any circumstances.

    Did Trump fire her for that? No. Clearly, Nikki Haley’s position on Crimea is Trump’s position. Just a few weeks into his term, Trump deliberately sabotaged relations with Russia.

    And this alone proves by a preponderance of evidence that Trump was lying during the campaign. Trump’s whole campaign was obviously a calculated bait and switch fraud from the beginning.

    Mr. Elite Communist Troll lost the argument right there. Anonymous was correct in his assessment, and Mr. Elite Communist Troll was wrong, as usual.

    Why can’t Mr. Elite Communist Troll just accept that he’s wrong, as usual, and move on to his next losing argument?

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  229. @EliteCommInc.

    What if during the campaign Mr Trump said: “We desire to live peacefully and in friendship with Israel.”

    And then, shortly after being elected, Mr Trump appointed David Duke as UN ambassador, and David Duke immediately proclaimed to the world assembled at the UN that Israel has to give back all the land that it stole from the Palestinians, and that there will be sanctions on Israel until it complies.

    Would Mr. Elite Communist Troll and the rest of the Jewish community accept that? Would they not believe that Trump lied about a desire “to live peacefully and in friendship with Israel”?

    I think they would vehemently criticize Trump for appointing David Duke and accuse him of lying during the campaign.

    How about if Trump said the only reason he appointed David Duke was because David Duke agreed with his position on trade with China? Would that make everything alright? Does that somehow change an obvious lie into “truth”?

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  230. annamaria says:
    @Harold Smith

    War profiteers love shouting “Support the troops!!!!” And then the zionized war profiteers do the profitable arming of both the Al Qaeda in Syria and neo-Nazis in Ukraine, while “working hard” on sending the young Americans (other peoples’ children) to the Middle East and Ukraine, to die and become maimed.

    https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/09/major-russia-promised-to-attack-us-forces-in-syria-u-s-escalation-likely-after-hurricane-florence/

    “The eight days of drills ended this week at the US military outpost in Tanf … said Colonel Muhanad al Talaa, the commander of the US-backed militant group, Maghawir al Thawra. Thawra claimed the drills were meant to send what he described as “a strong message to Russia and Iran” that the Americans and the militants intended to stay and confront any threats to their presence.
    He told Reuters the war games were the first such exercises with live-fire air and ground assault, involving hundreds of US troops and militants operating against the government of President Bashar al-Assad.”

    “Maghawir al-Thawra is mostly made up of fighters native to the Syrian province of Deir Ezzor who prior to their expulsion by ISIS from the province had facilitated the operations of the terrorist group’s jihadist predecessor in eastern Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra (the Syrian branch of Al-Qaeda, which later merged into ISIS in that region of Syria due to ideological and strategic commonality): https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/us-special-forces-southern-syria-establish-new-base/

    – The US Army veterans and the parents of the young Americans killed and maimed during the “war on terra” should come en masse to Bolton’s residence to slap hard the dodger Bolton (and then proceed with visiting other profiteering armchair generals).
    “John Bolton is A Draft Dodger Big Time:” http://themoderatevoice.com/john-bolton-is-not-a-hawk-hes-a-draft-dodger-big-time/

    A question: What kind of American would sacrifice the American military men and women for the mythical Eretz Israel? — An answer: The profiteering kind that festers at the American Enterprise Institute (and similar stink tanks filled with the useful idiots and the morally challenged).

    “Bolton is married to Gretchen Smith Bolton, a financial planner with AXA Advisors. Together they have a daughter, Jennifer, and reside in Bethesda, Maryland. Bolton is a Lutheran.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_R._Bolton
    – Why did not Bolton insist that his precious daughter serve in the Middle East?
    And what kind of Christians have been tolerating the war criminal and warmonger among the parishioners?

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  231. @Harold Smith

    I have no issues admitting error — when the evidence suggests that is the case.

    As for what is obvious verses what is easy verses what the obvious evidence indicates — there is no easy case for fraud on the issue of Syria.

    You might want to take note that the sentiments you notes as President Trumps have been expressed by nearly, if not to everyone, prior to the current executives tenure. And most if not all have engaged in the use of force to that express goal.

    This morning I did my sixth exercise routine. Chances are I will exercise tomorrow in complete contradiction to my stated goal of widdling it down to a manageable/livable standard that i would live with life long. We have been meddling for nearly twenty years, i would that this president engage simply saying no more. But i am keenly aware that trying to stop this train, for gravy, for security, for power, for ego or merely because it is habitual and the advocates are scared of the unknown if they stop.

    This week I really splurged, so, breaking my exercise routine seems a mistake

    But in your view my failure to fulfill my goal is a lie, despite the fact that you have no evidence that I never intended to reduction.

    I have no issues acknowledging where I think this president lied and made my case based on the evidence before and after — nothing speculative, much, he said this and without a change in the data, the environment, or the players singing the same tune — but the president has changed his position for the sake of political expediency. And it is going to cost.

    Those parameters are simply not the case with Syria.

    I was in error when I thought you fin bally came to grips with what actually constitutes a lie.

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  232. @annamaria

    “A question: What kind of American would sacrifice the American military men and women for the mythical Eretz Israel? — An answer: The profiteering kind that festers at the American Enterprise Institute (and similar stink tanks filled with the useful idiots and the morally challenged).”

    Unfortunately I think we’re way past the point where any kind of “worldly” explanation will suffice for the madness of the corrupt “West.” IOW what good will all their profits be when their countries are reduced to a pile of smoking nuclear ash?

    I would say these people are “demon-possessed” i.e. they do what they do because they’re evil.

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  233. And this is another reason I would vote for her if she ran:

    https://www.facebook.com/RepTulsiGabbard/videos/244331266284574/

    Speaking on the House floor on September 13, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard accused the Trump administration of protecting al-Qaeda terrorists in Idlib. According to the congresswoman, this amounts to the betrayal of the American people and victims of al-Qaeda’s 9/11 attacks in the US.

    “Two days ago, President Trump and Vice President Pence delivered solemn speeches about the attacks on 9/11, talking about how much they care about the victims of al-Qaeda’s attack on our country. But, they are now standing up to protect the 20,000 to 40,000 al-Qaeda and other jihadist forces in Syria, and threatening Russia, Syria, and Iran, with military force if they dare attack these terrorists,” the congresswoman stressed.

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  234. Iris says:

    Secret documents warn: Israel is unprepared for war.

    ” The Israeli army’s ombudsman, Maj. Gen. (res.) Yitzhak Brick, has written a new report harshly criticizing the army’s readiness for war. [..]

    Brick went public with his criticism of the IDF’s preparedness for war in June, when he presented the ombudsman’s annual report at a press conference. The report did not include a direct reference to the state of readiness, but Brick hinted that his criticism related to training, to training exercises and the state of the weaponry used by the ground forces. Since then, he has issued two detailed letters to Defense Minister Lieberman, to the generals and to the Knesset committee, in which he focused mainly on the IDF’s manpower policies, describing a serious crisis that he said could have implications relating to the capabilities of the entire IDF — particularly the ground forces — to fight a war. ”

    https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/security-aviation/.premium-secret-idf-dossier-warns-that-the-army-is-unprepared-for-war-1.6469841


    Not able to confront Hezbollah, then, let alone the Syrian or Iranian armies.
    Yesterday in Gaza, the IDF has demonstrated its usual level of bravery and competence by injuring dozens of unarmed demonstrators and killing 4, including a 14-year child.

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  235. Iris says:

    Preparing the battle of Idlib and leading from the front:

    Today, Syrian General Chief of Staff Ali Ayub has reviewd contingents of the Syrian Army posted on the front lines of the fight with Al Qaeda, in the provinces of Idlib, Hama and Lattaquie.

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  236. Anonymous[386] • Disclaimer says:

    Wrong. Read Alex Christoforou’s excellent article “Partitioning of Syria is drawing China into the theater of war.”

    http://theduran.com/partitioning-of-syria-is-drawing-china-into-the-theater-of-war-video/

    Think impossible? Coincidence China and Russia have just held a massive joint military exercise? Nope.

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  237. annamaria says:

    The Jewish State attacked Damascus International Airport: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-15/air-strikes-target-damascus-syrian-officials-say-israeli-missile-attack-thwarted
    “During the moments the [Israei] air strikes took place, a major event called the International Fair of Damascus was being held in the vicinity of the airport.”
    – The supremacist warriors cannot help themselves but kill other human beings.

    Here is an influential Jewish Bolshevik guilty of hundreds of thousands of deaths due to his inventive policies in GULAG (a network of Soviet death camps): “Of all those who helped devise and perfect the slave labor system of the Gulag, special mention must be made of Naftaly Frenkel:” https://www.revolvy.com/topic/Naftaly%20Frenkel&item_type=topic

    And here is an intellectually challenged yet murderous progeny of the Frenkel family (now living in Israel): “Bloody Monday: Grandnephew of GULAG organizer stabbed the Echo of Moscow editor” http://thesaker.is/bloody-monday-grandnephew-of-gulag-organizer-stabbed-the-echo-of-moscow-editor/
    The tragicomical story has inadvertently flashed out the main activists of Fifth Column in Russia. None of the noisy activists (mostly of Jewish kind) exhibited any signs of intellectual brilliance.

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  238. Antisemitism is a RESPONSE TO antiGentilism, it always has been.
    All of these wars that mysteriously happen to benefit Israel and all of the interference in our lawmakers, including Trump via AIPAC, generate vast amounts of justifiable loathing of this vicious tribe.

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  239. OTOH/IMHO says:

    Imagine the British Prime Minister lecturing the Union during the bombardment of Charleston during the American Civil War to realize what a ridiculous warmongering harpy Haley really is. Ask her to explain the presence of American troops in Syria- what amounts to an illegal deployment of troops in an undeclared war (at least the British did not try that during the Civil War)- and ask her, too, if captured, why would they expect to enjoy the protections given to POW’s under the Geneva Convention, any more than John McCain did in North Vietnam, where he was regarded as a bandit?
    And then forward this to your Congressman.

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  240. I woke up in some soreness this morning,

    then I realized — I exercised my seventh time last night.

    I am such a liar. Darn.

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  241. @EliteCommInc.

    “I woke up in some soreness this morning,”

    Perhaps your boyfriend was a little rough on you last night?

    “then I realized — I exercised my seventh time last night.”

    See what happens when you go off your meds, chumpy? Your psychosis flares up again.

    “I am such a liar. Darn.”

    Finally some truth from you; I appreciate your candor.

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  242. annamaria says:

    On a topic of chemical/biological warfare: “Human blood and pathogens as diplomatic cargo to the US Embassy in Georgia” https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-16/us-diplomats-involved-trafficking-human-blood-and-pathogens-secret-military-program

    “The US-funded Lugar Center in Tbilisi may have been involved in illegal experiments on Georgian citizens, the country’s former security minister Igor Giorgadze has claimed, citing leaked documents he obtained. He said he managed to acquire over 100,000 pages of documents about the research done at the Richard Lugar Center. …

    The Pentagon scientists have also performed experiments involving tropical mosquitos and ticks in Georgia. In 2016, 21 590 ticks were collected for a DNA database for future studies at The Lugar Center under the Pentagon project “Assessing the Seroprevalence and Genetic Diversity of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Virus (CCHFV) and Hantaviruses in Georgia”. The Pentagon projects involving ticks coincided with an inexplicable outbreak of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF) which is caused by infection through a tick-borne virus. In 2014 34 people became infected (amongst which a 4-year old child). A total of 60 cases with 9 fatalities have been registered in Georgia since 2009. …

    The Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), which runs the US military program at the Lugar Center in Georgia, is alleged to have already performed field tests with an unknown substance in Chechnya, Russia. In June 2017 local citizens reported on a drone disseminating white powder close to the Russian border with Georgia…. The activities, related to this project have been outsourced to a private American company – Parsons Government Services International. Parsons has been awarded a $17.7 million contract under the Pentagon border security project in Georgia. DTRA has previously contracted Parsons for similar border security projects in Lebanon, Jordan, Libya and Syria…

    The inventor of the drone for the releasing of toxic mosquitoes S. Mill Calvert has patented 42 similar military inventions for the US Army and Special forces, including stroke-inducing bullets ,in a span of just two years from 2013 to 2015. A person with such a name however does not exist in the US citizens registry. The US patent Lawyer, Louis Ventre, who filed the application, declined to comment if this name was a pseudonym and who his client actually was.”

    — This is not some hysterical squealing by the presstituting MSM about the amusing Skripals’ case. This is a well-documented case of mass poisonings, which lists dead people and a lot of sick people that have a misfortune of living next to the US “humanitarian” outpost the Lugar Center. This “humanitarian” outpost in Georgia has the same status as Porton Down in Salisbury, UK.

    Dilyana Gaytandzhieva [author of a report on the illegal and harmful activities of the US personnel in Georgia]
    @dgaytandzhieva
    “How I was locked up in the bedroom of my rented flat in Tbilisi while investigating a US military program including a pilot study with 100 death cases reports.
    Firefighters came down from the roof and saved me. Thank you to the Georgian Emergency service for the quick reaction.
    The police have no answer as to who had broken into the flat, locked me up and why, given that nothing had been stolen. Probably someone does not want journalists to investigate what chemicals are secretly burnt at night in the Pentagon-funded laboratory…”

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  243. what if the October war was an armes intervention in Venezuela? The OAS secretary has already floated the idea… https://www.dw.com/en/oas-chief-military-intervention-in-venezuela-cannot-be-ruled-out/a-45496823

    It would allow the US military to avoid a confrontation with battle hardened Syrian army, Russian casualties and it would be the kind of war where the US have been most successful i.e. steamrolling a helpless Latin American country

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  244. @Harold Smith

    Laughing.

    Good grief, LOL.

    Of course I am referring to how many times I exercised compared to my expressed intention to cut back from seven as previously discussed.

    I should have known you would try to manipulate my sarcasm as some manner serious admission.

    Apparently you are as sloppy with concepts as irony, sarcasm as you are about what constitutes a lie. It is hard to imagine how you survive in a world in which every term must be explicated from a dictionary and then p-laced in its proper context for you to grasp text, subtext, and circumstance. Where every conversation must by definition to your comprehension is a classroom instruction.

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  245. @Harold Smith

    To the bizarre comments about my person.

    I am single.

    I am heterosexual – always.

    I am celibate.

    The last meds I took were for infection after being hit by a car while riding. It has been more than thirty years since I have even taken an aspirin .

    The soreness which you have so crudely turned into a sexual escape from your lost post position so as to save face had nothing to do with having same sex relations — but from rowing. Rowing the very exercise routine which I have yet to modify and by your standard would constitute a lie – but isn’t as per the discussion about what constitutes a lie.

    I have no idea why I would have expected something more mature from you. For the second time in our exchange, I have to admit I was wrong.

    — wrong, about your level of maturity.

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  246. @Andrei Martyanov

    Bolton who was a “conscientious objector”.

    No, he wasn’t. He joined the Maryland National Guard in 1970 and later transferred to a reserve unit.

    He was a coward who joined the Guard so he would not be drafted.

    He has been quoted as saying:

    “I confess I had no desire to die in a Southeast Asian rice paddy. I considered the war in Vietnam already lost.”

    and

    “by the time I was about to graduate in 1970, it was clear to me that opponents of the Vietnam War had made it certain we could not prevail, and that I had no great interest in going there to have Teddy Kennedy give it back to the people I might die to take it away from.”

    A CO might have been a man of honor. Bolton is just a run of the mill gutless chickenhawk.

    He didn’t care about better men being killed in vain, but his pampered butt wasn’t going to be on the line.

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  247. @Chris Mallory

    You also had to pull strings to get into guard or reserve units because they were well known to be get out of vietnam options

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  248. @EliteCommInc.

    “To the bizarre comments about my person.”

    I’m actually not interested in the details of your “life” (yes I know, I use the term loosely here), e.g. your alleged “soreness.”

    But being that you broached the subject, being that you’re obviously dishonest, and having no reason to believe that there are any limits to your perversions, I merely suggested a plausible etiological alternative for your condition, that’s all. No big deal, chumpy.

    Now, why don’t you run along and get back to painting swastikas on your front door, or defrauding your insurance company or whatever it is you do for amusement when you’re not making an ass out of yourself online.

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  249. @Philip Giraldi

    Yes, Phil! Reserves and National Guard a well known option to get out of “Vietnam options.
    … Fyi, below is an extremely important article written by Jonas E. Alexis, and which bluntly names America’s only option but to give Israel an ultimatum, the jig’s up, it’s over!
    … You will appreciate the article’s satiric depiction of Benjamin Netanyahu’s grinning as the ZU.S caesaro-papist monarch. Uh, did I use the correct analogy?

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/09/17/the-west-should-send-israel-an-ultimatum/

    … Thank you, am anxious to read your next one tomorrow, in (dethroning) succession!

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  250. @Harold Smith

    You are encouraged to look up the term sarcasm, plausibility, . . . the subject as it was, pertained to whether Pres. Trump lied or engaged in a “bait and switch” rhetorical device to defraud.

    That was the breech to the issue of whether or not my failure to amend my stated exercise goals from seven days to something less than seven times a week, amounted telling a falsehood. It had been a small/slight running theme since i introduced it. your suggestion is entirely implausible based on the content of the discussion, something revealing about your genuine intent on discussing the issue at hand. Because at the end of the day, you have leaned on personal attacks as opposed to the elements of the proposition at hand. In which the only real, slight of hand seems to have been engaged by you with respect to the application of my position more than once to new positions staked out as nonsequitors to the issues stated previously.

    Again, Pres. trump’s position on Syria is n o more a lie by the evidence than my not cutting back on my stated goals of reducing my exercising routine from seven times a week to something more in line with my overall living standards . . . I think I referenced three times a week.

    B e that as it may, the only person to make the rather peculiar personal attacks has been you and those have been based on nothing in context — or “out of the blue” is the reference and therefore — highly implausible.

    I don’t think there is any evidence that supports the president lied about Syria anymore than their is evidence that I lied about my

    exercise reduction

    choice of relational attraction

    celibacy

    drug taking

    or anything else out the kitchen sink you have thrown into the milleu.

    The about face on the key issue of Russian interference of the US election is a clear act of deception/lie.

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  251. RVBlake says:
    @Philip Giraldi

    I believe Dan Quayle, of “potato” and “Murphy Brown” fame, kept Indiana free of Viet Cong incursions by enlisting in that state’s National Guard during the War.

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  252. geokat62 says:
    @ChuckOrloski

    … You will appreciate the article’s satiric depiction of Benjamin Netanyahu’s grinning as the ZU.S caesaro-papist monarch.

    A picture’s worth a thousand words, Chuck:

    Excellent article. I especially enjoyed the Max Boot quote. Thx for sharing

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  253. @Harold Smith

    good grief — to be clear

    “choice of relational attraction”

    that means i am a heterosexual . . . l’est you go dancing into wonderland once against

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  254. gsjackson says:
    @Philip Giraldi

    Yes, all but the Marine Reserves, where my young, draft-avoiding butt ended up. You could get right into the Marines (circa 1971), but all other Guard and Reserve units had waiting lists (unless you were connected, like GW Bush). It was common back then for Major League baseball players to miss two weeks during the season for Reserve requirements.

    It’s a wonder now that people felt so confident that the Reserves wouldn’t be called up during Vietnam. They were for Korea.

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  255. @EliteCommInc.

    Anonymous said:

    “You do not make a campaign promise to cooperate with Russia, and then hire all these people who want to go to war with Russia. It tells me that Trump was lying during his campaign.”

    To which Elite Communist Troll replied:

    “No. I don’t think that is the case. I think the president was sincere. I think he thought once he won the election — that was it. His staff would follow his lead.”

    Elite communist Troll’s Comment in reply to Anonymous is perhaps the most idiotic comment I’ve yet seen on this site.

    If Trump was sincere during the campaign, e.g., all his talk about wanting to “bring peace to the world,” he would not have appointed Nikki Haley as UN ambassador in the first place.

    If Trump’s campaign statements were sincere, he would’ve fired Haley for her relentless vilification and traducement of Russia at the UN.

    Clearly, Trump’s appointment of Haley and his subsequent refusal to fire her prove by a preponderance of evidence that Trump was not sincere during the campaign.

    Another example which proves Trump’s dishonesty is Trump’s public reprimand of Rex Tillerson for his “conciliatory tone” with North Korea.

    During the campaign, Trump said: “You cannot have a foreign policy without diplomacy. A superpower understands that caution and restraint are really truly signs of strength.”

    Yet when Tillerson tried to do just that with North Korea, he was rebuffed by Trump.

    Trump has expanded the illegal U.S. military deployment in Syria; he’s escalated the war against Afghanistan (rather than withdraw); he’s aiding Saudi Arabia’s genocidal war against Yemen; he’s expanded drone strikes in Yemen, Afghanistan and Somalia and loosened Obama era rules of engagement that were adopted to minimize civilian casualties; and he’s arming Ukraine.

    EVERY SINGLE THING Trump’s done in the realm of foreign policy since being inaugurated has gone against the word and spirit of what he said during the campaign. And you’re going to say he was sincere? And then you expect to be taken seriously, goofball?

    BTW another damning example of Trump’s dishonesty and hypocrisy would be his post-nomination acceptance of Sheldon Adelson’s campaign money after he: (1) mocked Marco Rubio for seeking Adelson’s support, and (2) told the Republican Jewish Coalition that he didn’t want their money.

    In Oct 2015 Trump tweeted: “Sheldon Adelson is looking to give big dollars to Rubio because he feels he can mold him into his perfect little puppet. I agree!”

    In Dec 2015 during a speech to the Republican Jewish Coalition Trump said: “I don’t want your money. You want to control your politicians; that’s fine. …I do want your support, but I don’t want your money.”

    And then after being nominated, contrary to what he said previously, the dishonest hypocritical scum bag Trump accepted millions of dollars from Adelson.

    Obviously, Trump is dishonest. Trump is a liar. Trump is a mass murderer. Trump is a fraud. And I’ve just proven by a preponderance of evidence that Trump was not sincere during his campaign. I’ve proven you wrong. Accept it, knucklehead.

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  256. @geokat62

    Morning, geo.
    You will awaken to grim news about France having launched sea-to-ground missiles at Syria target & the downing of a Russian recon plane. Fifteen Russian airman killed,
    Russia holding Israel accountable! Have an… (Ugh) interesting week!

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  257. @ChuckOrloski

    Story is still developing but it appeared that Israeli jets bombed inside Syria and only gave Russia one minute warning that they were coming. Plane was unable to clear area and was shot down by Syrian air defenses. We shall see how this story goes but Russia is unlikely to take this without some response. Good for them – hope they take out some Israeli planes next time around!

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  258. @Philip Giraldi

    Thanks for accurate update, Phil. Am leaving now on my morning Scranton school bus driving mission. Will stay tuned, listen to N.P.R. spin on the grim incident.

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  259. geokat62 says:
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    Key excerpt from Russia: Syrian missiles shot down Russian aircraft in crossfire:

    The Russian military said Israel did not warn it of its operation over Latakia province until one minute before the strike, which did not give the Russian plane enough time to escape.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/09/russia-military-jet-vanishes-radar-syria-14-aboard-180918045210361.html

    It looks as though Israel gave the same kind of last minute warning in this incident as they did on 9/11 – i.e., before the attack but too late to do anything with it.

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  261. RUSSIAN MILITARY: IL-20 WAS SHOT DOWN BY SYRIAN S-200 BECAUSE OF ISRAELI F-16S USED IT AS COVER

    https://southfront.org/russian-military-il-20-was-shot-down-by-syrian-s-200-because-of-israeli-f-16s-used-it-as-cover/

    Some of the blame for this falls on Putin. He should’ve put a stop to this murderous Israeli treachery a long time ago.

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  262. @ChuckOrloski

    Chuck and others – this is the most detailed explanation of what took place in Syria that I have seen. I hope Russia retaliates against the bastards!

    http://www.moonofalabama.org/2018/09/syria-israel-provocation-kills-russian-soldiers-russia-will-take-political-revenge.html#more

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  263. So now everybody and their brother (e.g. France) are over there launching missiles at Syria?

    Apparently the only reason France is getting in on the action is to make Putin look bad; a la look Mom, even the inherently cowardly French aren’t afraid of Russia…

    I wonder who’s next to get involved, maybe Costa Rica?

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  264. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Philip Giraldi

    https://twitter.com/Partisangirl

    will Russia show the courage?

    If this goes unpunished, next would be 911 on Kremlin Sq and would be denied by both ( Russia and Israel )

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  265. geokat62 says:
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    I hope Russia retaliates against the bastards!

    Based on this latest communication released by TIP, retaliation looks unlikely:

    IDF: Syrian Forces “Indiscriminately” Firing Anti-Aircraft Weapons Downed Russian Plane

    The IDF took the rare step of acknowledging airstrikes in Syria following the downing of a Russian plane, which it attributed to Syrian forces firing “indiscriminately,” The Jerusalem Post reported Tuesday.

    “Israel expresses its regret over the death of the crew members of the Russian plane that was downed tonight due to Syrian anti-aircraft fire,” a statement from the IDF’s Spokesperson Brig.-Gen. Ronen Manelis said.

    “Israel holds the Assad regime, whose military shot down the Russian plane fully responsible for this incident. Israel also holds Iran and the Hezbollah terror organization accountable for this unfortunate incident.”

    Russian President Vladimir Putin later said that Israel was not responsible for shooting down the plane, but that the plane was hit as a result of a “chain of tragic accidental circumstances.”

    The IDF’s response had been prompted by official Russian statements blaming Israel for the downing of the plane.

    Earlier, an official from Russia’s Defense Ministry told the TASS news agency that the plane, identified as an IL-20 reconnaissance aircraft, disappeared from radar as Israeli F-16 fighters fired on targets in the western Syrian province of Latakia. The Russian Defense Ministry accused Israel of using the plane as cover for its attacks on Syria.

    The IDF statement was summarized in a series of tweets. While the IDF expressed sorrow over the deaths of the Russian personnel, it charged that the plane had been struck by “Syrian anti-aircraft fire,” and that the IDF “holds the Assad regime … responsible” for the incident.

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  266. @geokat62

    Hey geo!
    … Figured would be interesting to see how Matt Drudge reports the murder today. Fyi, was, Syria shot down a Russian craft during an Israeli strike.
    … The ICC key staff eyes must roll and go “zzzZigh.”

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  267. prusmc says: • Website
    @gsjackson

    As I understand it the JCS in 1965 demanded that LBJ mobilize the Reserve. Supposedly, they even planned to resign en masse if he refused, but blatant careerism and
    the comfort of power caused them to back down. Johnson thought that mobilization would cause concerted political disruptions in key Congressional districts and states. Much better to draft a few from each district each month so the political impact would be spread out.

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  268. annamaria says:

    Meanwhile, in Lybia (the former gem of North Africa), there is a living monument to the sanctimonious Condi Rice and the “holocaust survivors” from the US stink tanks: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-18/norway-officials-admit-they-knew-nothing-about-libya-joined-regime-change-efforts
    “According to a CNN report last year, open air slave markets have since come into existence as Libya remains largely lawless and as a once stable national infrastructure and economy has crumbled.

    Norway’s former Center Party leader Liv Signe Navarsete said of the final report: “When you look at what happened next, with Libya becoming a hotspot of terrorism, this is not a decision to be proud of.”

    The war had been sold to the European public on “humanitarian” grounds and included sensational atrocity stories, many which were later proven false, painting Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi as an irrational homicidal maniac.

    One notable story explicitly promoted by the State Department as well as US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice was the Viagra-fueled mass rape story, which claimed that Gaddafi had supposedly supplied his troops with Viagra in order to unleash sexual terrorism on the civilian population. Amnesty International and other human rights investigators later the proved the story completely false.”

    The French scoundrels that were happy to bomb Libya and to kill hundreds of thousands of Libyans are now in Midditerenain ready to attack Syria:

    https://consortiumnews.com/2016/10/06/the-forgotten-libyan-lessons-and-the-syrian-war/

    “The report cited an April 2, 2011 email to Secretary of State Clinton from her unofficial adviser Sidney Blumenthal explaining what French intelligence officers were saying privately about French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s real motives for pushing for the military intervention in Libya:
    “a. A desire to gain a greater share of Libya oil production,
    b. Increase French influence in North Africa,
    c. Improve his internal political situation in France, d. Provide the French military with an opportunity to reassert its position in the world,
    e. Address the concern of his advisors over Qaddafi’s long term plans to supplant France as the dominant power in Francophone Africa.”

    Regarding France’s “humanitarian” public rationale, the U.K. report quoted then-French Foreign Minister Alain Juppé as warning the U.N. about the imminence of Gaddafi engaging in a mass slaughter of civilians: “We have very little time left — perhaps only a matter of hours.”
    But the report added, “Subsequent analysis suggested that the immediate threat to civilians was being publicly overstated and that [Gaddafi’s] reconquest of cities had not resulted in mass civilian casualties.”

    The criminal Norway government: https://consortiumnews.com/2016/10/06/the-forgotten-libyan-lessons-and-the-syrian-war/

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  269. geokat62 says:
    @annamaria

    “The report cited an April 2, 2011 email to Secretary of State Clinton from her unofficial adviser Sidney Blumenthal explaining what French intelligence officers were saying privately about French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s real motives for pushing for the military intervention in Libya:

    With all due respect to Mssr. Blumenthal, this AIPAC guidebook provides the real explanation for “pushing for the military intervention in Libya”:

    Excerpt from, AIPAC’s Regional Threats Proliferation, Terrorism and Extremism:

    Libya
    Libya has used much of its growing oil wealth to accelerate its ballistic missile program and negotiate new arms contracts with Russian and European suppliers. Foreign experts from a range of countries — including Iran — have been assisting its ballistic missile programs. Col. Qaddaffi’s current arsenal of Scud missiles is outdated and its homegrown “Al-Fatah” missile program was slowed by international sanctions. The end of Libyan sanctions, however, is likely to reinvigorate Tripoli’s quest for a means to threaten the region.

    Western intelligence assessments indicate that Tripoli is seeking to acquire technology related to the North Korean Nodong missile program, and may purchase the Iranian Shahab-3 intermediate-range missile. This would give Libya the ability to strike Israel directly for the first time, as well as place a wide arc of southern Europe in danger. In 2000, North Korean missile components were intercepted en route to Tripoli, a discovery that confirmed suspicions about Libyan activities. Additionally, Libya is seeking a wide range of spare parts for its aging Soviet-supplied arsenal, as well as state-of-the-art Russian air defense missile systems.

    If left unchecked, Libyan leader Qaddafi will be able to target southern NATO allies and Israel with poison gas or germ-tipped rockets, or provide such weapons of mass destruction to terrorist groups. Libya possesses the region’s largest chemical weapons production facility. Additionally, Libya is thought to have cooperated with Iraq to manufacture biological weapons. These weapons, when combined with Libya’s growing ballistic missile capability, create the potential for serious threats, especially given Quaddafi’s erratic nature.

    Libya is a state sponsor of terrorist organizations. The January 2001 verdict finding a Libyan intelligence agent guilty of the bombing of Pan Am 103 in 1988, confirmed what has been widely-known for decades: The government of Libya and its intelligence agencies have directly supported and carried out deadly terrorist attacks throughout the world, particularly targeted at Americans. As a result, Libya remains on the State Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism and the United States maintains tough economic sanctions.

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  270. wraith67 says:

    You would have to define what you consider to be a large operation, we’re not currently prepping a lot of troops for deployment outside of the standard rotations at the moment and tanks, APCs and AFVs can’t be moved quickly anywhere outside of CONUS. While air strikes are always an option, I don’t believe we’re ready to push Putin into reacting – I don’t think many people want to test the SA300s and SA400s – which limits the importance of any potential targets.

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  271. annamaria says:
    @geokat62

    Thank you for the reference.
    The bloody Aipackers have destroyed the lives of millions of innocent people. There is no Yom Kippur that can absolve the war criminals of their monumental sins against humanity. The tribe is coursed.

    Interesting that the last paragraph in the quote, which was a lie at the time of publication, becomes factually truthful in an abridged form where “Libya” is replaced with the “Jewish State:”

    “The Jewish State is a state sponsor of terrorist organizations. … The government of the Jewish State and its intelligence agencies have directly supported and carried out deadly terrorist attacks throughout the world, particularly targeted at Americans.”

    – We should add that the Jewish State and its intelligence agencies have been directly involved in the Wars for Israel in the Middle East and that the Jewish State has been involved in the revival of neo-Nazism in Ukraine. Currently, the Jewish State is carrying out deadly terrorist attacks against Syria and Russia.

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  272. densa says:
    @annamaria

    Impressive. Chertoff, amazing how the money to fight the GWOT (blessed be its name) was also immediately appropriated. And that’s just some of the 9-11 stuff. There was the investigation of the ‘Russian’ mob and Wall St. that was never heard from again. There was Enron, anyone remember that? The Wall St. casino was saved with the measure taken to prop up the market.

    Before that there was John (?) Lehman who piratized defense when Reagan gave away that store and the creation of endless government-private siphons, the cycling of dollars through charities out through New York and back in fraudulent loans in L.A. to double dip tax evasion… on and on they go without a peep out of ‘our’ government, defense, intelligence and media. How bout that.

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  273. @annamaria

    Damn, yer good!

    No wonder few trolls venture to counter your comments and the fools who do, prove how unwise they
    are.

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    I said you were good. That was an understatement.

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  275. geokat62 says:

    Here’s the latest excerpt to leak from the documentary, The Lobby – USA. It shows the Trump administration’s top civil rights enforcer at the US Department of Education, Kenneth Marcus, speaking to an undercover reporter.

    Excerpts from, Trump official wants students prosecuted for Israel protests:

    At the time, Marcus was director of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, an Israel lobby group unaffiliated with Brandeis University. The Brandeis Center specializes in lawfare – the use of legal proceedings to harass and silence Israel’s critics.

    In that role, Marcus spearheaded the Israel lobby strategy of filing complaints to the Department of Education under Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, claiming that universities fail to protect Jewish students by not cracking down on Palestine solidarity activism.

    In June, Marcus was confirmed as the director of the Office for Civil Rights at the US Department of Education. This means he is now in charge of investigating alleged violations of the civil rights law. [i.e., the fox is guarding the hen house]

    He has quickly fulfilled the worst fears of civil liberties defenders by reopening a bogus complaint against Rutgers University made by the Zionist Organization of America.

    That complaint was thrown out by the Office for Civil Rights in 2014 for lack of evidence.

    Marcus also informed the ZOA by letter that he has decided to enforce an official definition of anti-Semitism that conflates criticism of Israel and Zionism with anti-Jewish bigotry.

    The move, made without public discussion or congressional notice, could have a profoundly chilling effect on academic freedom and free speech.

    https://electronicintifada.net/content/trump-official-wants-students-prosecuted-israel-protests/25526

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  276. annamaria says:
    @geokat62

    “The Jewish Power is in arms against the basic human right such as the freedom of speech and freedom of information.”

    Same in Europe: http://www.voltairenet.org/article202998.html
    “In Europe, the citizens are seeking their sovereignty, in Syria, they are fighting for their independence.”
    — The ziocons are on the march against democracy in the sovereign state of Syria: “From the Western side, ambassador James Jeffrey and Colonel Joel Rayburn led the US delegation, while the ambassador and ex-director of the Exterior Intelligence Service (DGSE 2012-16), François Sénémaud, presided the French delegation.”

    The context: https://www.infowars.com/obama-concedes-to-putin-after-natos-support-of-isis-exposed/
    “… multiple news reports revealed how NATO and its allies have spent years supporting Islamic jihadists to try and topple Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.

    “The US support for ISIS:” https://www.veteranstoday.com/2017/06/12/the-us-support-of-isis-is-becoming-obvious/

    “How America Armed Terrorists in Syria:” https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-america-armed-terrorists-in-syria/

    “A military coalition led by Saudi Arabia and backed by the United States has cut secret deals with al-Qaida fighters”… : https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/08/07/us-israel-and-saudi-arabia-reunite-with-their-bros-al-qaida-fighters/

    Happy 9/11, the zionized US army!

    “Israel is still arming Al Qaeda:”

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  277. @densa

    Not to compete with but a supplement to annamaria’s consistently informative comments, here’s a brief exposition of Zio-mafia crimes and what we’re up against.

    Israel’s Worldwide Role in Repression

    https://israelglobalrepression.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/israels-worldwide-role-in-repression-footnotes-finalized.pdf

    It’s pretty apparent that goons have completely co-opted any truly benevolent plans many of the originators of the Zionist project may have ever entertained.

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  278. Morning Jacques Sheete!
    … As you’re aware, I suggest we are cooperating & not competing with annamaria indispensable comments.
    … At any rate, linked below is another example of “Zio-mafia crimes and what we’re up against.”
    … Fyi, the article covers PreZident Trump’s recent formation of the Iran Action Group that provides “smokescreen” for those behind the adminiZtration’s sickening Anti-Iran policy!

    https://www.veteranstoday.com/2018/09/05/iag-providing-smokescreen-for-people-behind-trumps-anti-iran-policy/

    … Thanks, Jacques and Annamaria.

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  279. annamaria says:

    The Jewish Bolsheviks are irredeemable: http://thesaker.is/we-cant-forgive-israel-for-downing-the-il-20-and-killing-russians-by-ruslan-ostashko/

    Comment section :
    “Announced on Tuesday by Svetlana Petrenko, an official representative of the Russian Federation’s SC:
    “The main military investigation department of the Criminal Investigation Service of Russia instituted a criminal investigation into the crash of the Il-20 aircraft over the Mediterranean Sea, and investigators and criminologists of the SC of Russia are working together with representatives of the Russian Defense Ministry,” Petrenko said.”

    – The Israeli pilot and his immediate superior must be court-marshaled for treachery, the war crime against the sovereign state of Syria, and for the criminal attempt at initiating the WWIII.

    The Jewish State cannot be trusted under any circumstances.

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  280. Miro23 says:
    @geokat62

    Here’s the latest excerpt to leak from the documentary, The Lobby – USA. It shows the Trump administration’s top civil rights enforcer at the US Department of Education, Kenneth Marcus, speaking to an undercover reporter.

    This is useful information.

    The whole key to radical Ziocon power in the US (and the Anglo-sphere in general), is hidden networking aimed at appropriating political power. Officially they become Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Secretaries of the Treasury, Supreme Court Justices, Director of the Office for Civil Rights etc. and use these vehicles to further Jewish/Israeli interests. Supreme Court Justice Brandeis was the classic example with his secret oath of allegiance to the Parushim.

    A member swearing allegiance to the Parushim felt something of the spirit of commitment to a secret military fellowship. At the initiation ceremony the head of the Order informed him:

    You are about to take a step which will bind you to a single cause for all your life. You will for one year be subject to an absolute duty whose call you will be impelled to heed at any time, in any place, and at any cost. And ever after, until our purpose shall be accomplished, you will be fellow of a brotherhood whose bond you will regard as greater than any other in your life-dearer than that of family, of school, of nation. By entering this brotherhood, you become a self-dedicated soldier in the army of Zion. Your obligation to Zion becomes your paramount obligation… It is the wish of your heart and of your own free will to join our fellowship, to share its duties, its tasks, and its necessary sacrifices.

    The initiate responded by swearing:

    Before this council, in the name of all that I hold dear and holy, I hereby vow myself, my life, my fortune, and my honor to the restoration of the Jewish nation, -to its restoration as a free and autonomous state, by its laws perfect in justice, by its life enriching and preserving the historic speech, the culture, and the ideals of the Jewish people.
    To this end I dedicate myself in behalf of the Jews, my people, and in behalf of all mankind.
    To this end I enroll myself in the fellowship of the Parushim. I pledge myself utterly to guard and to obey and to keep secret the laws and the labor of the fellowship, its existence and its aims. Amen.

    Brandeis was supposedly an American given supreme authority to defend the Constitution and the American people.

    What the internet and the digital flow of information is revealing, is rather, something like the script of Carpenter’s film “They Live”.

    https://www.amazon.com/They-Live-Roddy-Piper/dp/B0000AOX0F

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  281. annamaria says:

    “Brandeis was supposedly an American given supreme authority to defend the Constitution and the American people.”

    — Time for the Brandeis University to install a memorial plack with the following inscription: “I [Louis Dembitz Brandeis] hereby vow myself, my life, my fortune, and my honor to the restoration of the Jewish nation.” — Nothing about Americans

    The comment section for “Putin, Israel and the downed Il-20″ http://thesaker.is/putin-israel-and-the-downed-il-20/
    “I know this thread is about Israel but surely France and Britain are a far more serious issue. For the RAF and a French gunboat to simultaneously attack Syria without provocation or warning is an act of naked aggression. France and UK are the two principal Zio-Capitalist countries, where sit French Baron Rothschild and English Lord Rothschild, respectively. Unless these two countries are summoned promptly by the UN to stand before the bar of world opinion and be disciplined for disturbing world peace, F & UK will be emboldened to summon their big dumb dog U$A, and yesterday’s little sneak attack will grow into tomorrow’s big Resource War _ad majorem gloriam Rothschildiensis_.”

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  282. JC says:
    @geokat62

    russia rejected the zio regime claims…it has been stated elsewhere that the zios hid by the russia plane when they were painted….the zios are 100% to blame and should have thier air force destroyed they have illegaly been bombid syria for years…while thier control of US media blames assad and iran and who ever else doesnt like the invading khazars

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  283. @Philip Giraldi

    Sorry to contradict you. Russians do not work that way (emotional response).
    Russians have certain plans and goals,and you can bet your but that they will be achieved, regardless of side distractions.

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  284. anonymous[253] • Disclaimer says:

    @ annamaria

    “France and UK are the two principal Zio-Capitalist countries…”

    No doubt about that, but what you don’t understand or you don’t want to accept is that another member (more important than France and UK) of “zio capitalist countries ” is…Russia.

    There is no way that France /Uk could attack Syria if Russia was really an independent country and she was really in Syria to fight against terrorism.

    What is Russia doing in Syria ? I don’t really know and doubt the Russia “experts” know.

    Putin and his best friend- Bibi, the king of USRAEL, do know.

    My guess is that Russia is in Syria -with Israel’s authorization- because that is very good business for western MIC and Russia MIC. Syria is being used as a training center…

    Only fools believe that Russia will react when its master (Israel) kill Russian soldiers.

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  285. Iris says:
    @anonymous

    “No doubt about that, but what you don’t understand or you don’t want to accept is that another member (more important than France and UK) of “zio capitalist countries ” is…Russia.”

    We all understand very well who protects Israel: it is the countries who, at the United Nations, systematically veto any sanction against the war crimes committed in broad daylight by Israel in Gaza: US, UK, FR. Never Russia, never China.

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  286. annamaria says:
    @anonymous

    “What is Russia doing in Syria?
    – Procure a geographic map and look at the southern border of the Russian Federation. Read the names of the countries and check their dominating religion.

    Next, read about the birth of A Qaeda in Afghanistan (specifically, about who was both a midwife and the main provider of nurturance, training, and weaponry). Also, there is a lot of material in the alternative media about the rise of ISIS and why and how that rise happened.

    Next, read Oded Yinon plan for Eretz Israel and try to connect the plan to the current sorry state of Libya (the former gem of North Africa), to the bombed-out Iraq, and to the suffering but surviving Syria.

    A food for thought: Russia wants to gain strength and survive as a nation.

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  287. anonymous[253] • Disclaimer says:
    @annamaria

    What you say is completely irrelevant to what I was trying to make you understand.

    Of course you understand. But you are a believer.

    Yes, sure “France and UK are the two principal Zio-Capitalist countries…”

    One should add, w/o France and UK, Russia would have defeated terrorism in Syria.

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  288. anonymous[253] • Disclaimer says:
    @Iris

    “We all understand very well who protects Israel : US, UK, FR.”

    That’s true. Another very important country that protects Israel is Russia….

    If you try to go beyond propaganda – Alt-Media propaganda brought to you by Russia “experts” – and just stick to facts you will understand that Russia does indeed protect Israel.

    It isn’t just a coincidence that Russia (soviet union) was the first country to recognize that mafia state.
    It isn’t coincidence that Putin’s best friend is the king of Israel.
    It isn’t coincidence that Russia never reacts even when a weak state like France/UK attack Syria or lie about Syria using chemical weapons.

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  289. Iris says:

    “It isn’t coincidence that Russia never reacts even when a weak state like France/UK attack Syria or lie about Syria using chemical weapons.”

    This is just basic sophism: Russia does not react to avoid an escalation that she may not be able to control. It is Russian military personnel, no matter what their primary mission is, who are dying on Syrian soil, protecting Syrian sovereignty. It is Russia, with her UN veto, who has preserved the very existence of the Syrian state.

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  290. annamaria says:
    @Iris

    Agree.

    Meanwhile, the Jewish State and the zionized US/NATO military have been playing the deadly games in the Mediterranean region: http://thesaker.is/naval-eastern-med-after-sept-17-sitrep/
    The horrifying problem is, the US government has been carefully screened by ziocons for the honest, competent and patriotic Americans. These honest, competent and patriotic Americans were replaced with the opportunistic kind favored by zionists.
    The same problem is systematic for the governments of Western Europe and the UK.

    Exhibit one: the UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson. This opportunistic dude is a former fireplace salesman with zero (0) military experience. However, Gavin loves politicking and he is very deferential toward the demands of zionists and weaponry producers. This blatantly incompetent mediocrity has been selected by the Friends of Israel for his “understanding” of the zionists’ and war-profiteers’ interests.

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  291. Iris says:
    @annamaria

    Hi annamaria;

    Everything you say about how France and the UK are controlled by Israel is absolutely correct.
    If anything, the situation is even worst than in the US, because the Israeli agenda is often passed onto through US diktat, or through EU regulations, which act as further smokescreens.

    This is true for all other European countries: why did peaceful Norway get involved in the bombing and the destruction of Libya? Did Norwegians even know that Libya existed?

    Anybody with common sense has to acknowledge this: the psychopathic Zionists are almost in control of our planet, through the control of US military might and of US dollar-based international banking. Opposing them involves risking destruction. No wonder Russia treads carefully in Syria. With regards.

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