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Hello, Ello! What you need to know about the new social network stealing users from Facebook Meet Ello: The advertisement-free, fake-name-friendly, alternative social network
Ello is an invite-only social network created by Paul Budnitz, along with graphic designers Todd Berger and Lucian Föhr, and creative engineers from Mode Set. By the creators’ own description, Ello is a “simple, beautiful, and ad-free social network.” - pepsi
Salon pretends to be a Change Agent, but all they do here is point you to another Jew owned data mining racket. - pepsi
Paul Budnitz great-great-grandmother’s cousin looks like Nosferatu. - Chu_
:) - Todd
Seems that Amal Alamuddin is despised by hollywood zio trolls. check out the comments. geez. - Chu_
Leo's Side Piece: @Nikki: So What screw the jews - JustTheFactsPlease
Americans Continue to Say a Third Political Party Is Needed
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PRINCETON, NJ -- A majority of U.S. adults, 58%, say a third U.S. political party is needed because the Republican and Democratic parties "do such a poor job" representing the American people. These views are little changed from last year's high. Since 2007, a majority has typically called for a third party. - Chu_
Chu, you mentioned a Tea Party 2.0. which may be a good idea, but I'm not very hopeful that having an additional party or parties will effect significant changes. Once elected, what will prevent those from a third party from succumbing to greed and graft like the others? imo, elected officials are our employees, paid with our tax dollars, $174,000-$223,500 per year /each, to represent... more... - weareone
Congress approval is dismal. 13% approval! But the media talk about ISIS instead of these charlatans. - Chu_
This is grounds for revolution, yet the media are on their side. - Chu_
American gov't and Media don't serve the masses. They serve the money. It's so obvious. I need to listen to Sean Hannity to get my wild ideas back on track. - Chu_
' imo, the electorate must take responsibility for causing the problem because we were not attentive. ' I agree in a sense, but the media is a corporation. Once you get some alternate media (that is not coopted) you can get the masses thinking clearer. Most people in the US (and the world) moreoften consider their own situation ~ meaning nightly news (5pm etc). They couldn't place Syria on a map if they tried. - Chu_
Well, if the approval rate is 13%, I wonder why they continue to vote the same people into office? 68% of Americans would like a national issue referendum, 75% are in favor of term limits, 63% are in favor of absolving the Electoral College and 79% support limits on campaign funding.<<Americans... more... - weareone
yeah. I think with Israel, Americans have to ask the question: 'What do they do for us?' I've yet to hear a zionist make a good case that Israel is an asset to American interests. That's why discussion about Israel is taboo. Because they'll lose the debate in the town square. - Chu_
"Because they'll lose the debate in the town square"--for sure. Sean Hannity...funny. - weareone
In my regular life, I am often asked about current events, such as the bombings ongoing in Iraq and Syria, because people know I read widely. When I provide an update and interpretation (which I've learnt to do fairly succintly, believe it or not) people seem to nod, sometimes asking a few questions, sometimes just lamenting the state of affairs. This is Fox news country and it is clear... more... - Danaa
Unfortunately, when it is pointed out that third parties already exist and garner few of the votes, no one has an answer as to how that can be changed. So yes, again agreeing with wearone, political reality requires attention, and it isn't there. Why, I ask? probably because most people are not sufficiently suffering. And that is not political reality. It is human condition reality. - Danaa
Hi Danaa. Yes, third parties are not new and over the years I've voted for a few third party candidates, but if there's interest in forming an alternative party that attracts larger numbers, I wonder how many are willing to do the grassroots organizational work that this requires. I also wonder if this is the most efficient use of time and energy. With regard to suffering, I agree with... more... - weareone
PS Chu made most of the comments about the media. :) - weareone
What is to be done about a world where everything is for sale? » The Spectator -
What is to be done about a world where everything is for sale? » The Spectator
"They say Brits will do anything for money, but the rest of the Western world is just as bad. Just look at how a tiny Gulf nation of 250,000 goatherds managed to land the World Cup in 2022. To call the bribes Qatar must have paid to Fifa delegates colossal would be an understatement. - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
"But forget the 50-degree-Celsius heat and that football is unplayable in that hellhole, the scandal of modern-day slavery as practised by the Qataris is a far bigger depravity, overlooked by the West. In fact, calling foreign workers indentured servants is a euphemism; they are modern-day slaves. - ChasMark
"Foreign workers do not enjoy a minimum wage in Qatar, nor do they have any rights. They are not allowed to change jobs, however feudal the conditions, get a driving licence, rent a room or open a checking account unless they have their employer’s permission. Thousands have died while working in appalling conditions (hundreds of Nepalese alone), which provoked an investigation by the... more... - ChasMark
". . .In cahoots with the Saudis and the Kuwaitis, the Qatari ruling family allowed various so-called private businessmen to raise money for jihad. Saudi money funnelled through Islamic charities has been funding terrorism since the 1980s. Ditto the Kuwaitis. These private fund-raisers are an obvious charade. It’s the Kuwaiti, Saudi and Qatari ruling family’s money that ends up in terrorist hands. It’s called protection money. - ChasMark
"All three ruling ‘monarchies’ are basically illegitimate, and their power derives not from the people but from their oil and gas wealth and their ability to bribe Uncle Sam and other Western powers to keep them as heads. - ChasMark
"The three desert satrapies had a falling out after the military overthrew the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. The Saudis stuck with Sisi, the Qataris and Kuwaitis stuck with the Brotherhood. Qatar allowed the Taleban to open an office, and openly finances the bloodthirsty Islamic State. - ChasMark
"No matter how bloodthirsty and extreme the IS murderers became, Qatar chose to keep on paying and will do so unless the US Marines land and force the head towel to Guantanamo, where he belongs. - ChasMark
"How have we come to this? Big oil had a lot to do with the First Gulf War. Saddam was our friend and ally yet we chased him out of Kuwait, which was sort of a province of Iraq when it was still Mesopotamia. - ChasMark
"The Israeli lobby ‘ordered’ the Second Gulf War — no ifs or buts about it — and Israel is enjoying the slaughter going on in Syria and Iraq almost as much as it enjoyed crushing Gaza. (Only 6 per cent of Israelis were against the invasion and subsequent killing of innocent people.)" - ChasMark
In a world where nothing counts but money you end up living in bombed out rubble and burning your money in a fire pit to stay warm. - American
Chas, Qatar is historically a fishing culture (throw in the odd pirate here and there) - it's insulting to shepherds to call Qataris "goatherds'. But do indeed heap all the insults you can muster upon the Qataris. It's just that I have a soft spot for sheep and goat shepherds. - Taxi
Thanks Taxi. Recently I asked an Iranian friend if Iranians still 'farmed' pearls. My friend is a professor of physics -- he didn't know anything about pearl diving in the Persian gulf. I guess it's a notion that I picked up from reading too many old books. I share your fondness for sheep & shepherds. Don't know if my Mother had sheep on her village farm in Italy but she did talk about the goats grazing on the thatched roof of the shed built into the hillside. - ChasMark
Pear diving is an ancient industry in Dubai, which lies in the Persian Gulf - it used to be the main source of their economy in the olden days. Today Dubai is a financial skyscraper hub - my how the world turns. Qatar had a pearl diving culture too: Re your mum's (bless her) story of goats grazing on thatched roof is hilarious - thanks for that! - Taxi
Hey btw how do I keep track of my posts on ff - I seem to be spending a lot of time trying to locate them and that's just too much of a drag for me. Any helpful tips, anyone? - Taxi
I don't think FF archives posts, but you can click on the MY Discussions tab to look for your posts. You probably know that, though. - Todd
Thanks Todd - no, actually I didn't know that LOL! EXTREMELY helpful tip for an impatient one-eyed searcher like me. - Taxi
Taxi, also useful is groups at upper right side of page. Add a group and then use it as a corridor/bommerang to other FF sites. There are other FF worlds out there! And last the FF icon in the upper left corner.> press that and it will show you the latest comments on various feeds your subscribed to. So if you add Chas to your feed, or MWFF, or GFTG you'll see who posted what most recently. - Chu_
Thanks Chu - getting to better grips with ff all thanks to you and a bit to Todd. - Taxi
anything for you taxi...btw what happened to potsherd? he was banned from MW (he said on FF a few years ago) and he didn't say anything offensive, I thought. We should get more people here, since this site is good - cause there's no moderation. - Chu_
Yeah I was shocked that they banned pots - couldn't believe it - a few intelligent posters like pots got banned too - just didn't make sense - and just as well I was kinda behaving myself at the time cuz my head was on the block too but was removed last minute by phil. Yeah it be cool if mw's old timers were here too. - Taxi
I tried to direct message him last week on FF, but couldn't. Remeber the guy on MW who was gay and a big Israel critic? I can't remember his name, but I am not sure if he was banned or gave up because of the moderation wait times. He was like Cliff. - Chu_
Chaos. You're talking about my old pal, Chaos - both of us got banned from Huffington Post at the same time heh heh heh - at the time there was like 5 pro Palestinian posters on the Huff and 5000 zionist mothefucking LIARS and our little team of dynamite sticks blew up some big holes in the shitholes arguments - they weren't used to it - they'd had five decades of dumb Americans and... more... - Taxi
Is Kathleen still at MW? - pepsi
Chaos!!! That guy was great. I remember talking to him about Huff Post. I think he has the pic of HAL2000 and did the Q&A? I could be confusing him though. I wonder where he went? kalithea is pretty good too. Lot of vinegar from her. Check out these antisemitism police on huff post. Guess these guys are doing their daily mitzvah. - Chu_
Kathleen is still there. - Chu_
The Secret Recordings of Carmen Segarra SEP 26, 2014
An unprecedented look inside one of the most powerful, secretive institutions in the country. The NY Federal Reserve is supposed to monitor big banks. But when Carmen Segarra was hired, what she witnessed inside the Fed was so alarming that she got a tiny recorder, and started secretly taping. - Chu_
"Goldman is known for having close ties with the New York Fed, its primary regulator. The current president of the New York Fed, William Dudley, is a former Goldman partner. One of his New York Fed predecessors, E. Gerald Corrigan, is currently a top executive at Goldman. At the time of Segarra’s firing, Stephen Friedman, a former chairman of the New York Fed, was head of the risk committee for Goldman’s board of directors." - pepsi
True believer Ohio treasurer pledges to support Israel as 'beacon of American values' -- Any comment, Maggie Sager? -
True believer Ohio treasurer pledges to support Israel as 'beacon of American values' -- Any comment, Maggie Sager?
"Israel Bonds have not only been a strong investment for Ohio taxpayers, but these investments also send the message that as American policy leaders, we recognize Israel as our friend, ally and beacon of American values in the Middle East." - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
Sickening isnt it. - American
good Seafoid comment "Mandel is a type of nut in German, of course." This tool must be a poly-sci major. - Chu_
I assume Joshie is Jewish. Strange that we need to watch out for the new generation of Pro Israelites. You'd think they'd finally go under after all the Holocaust people kick the bucket, but it seems (as Todd always says) these 'plucky' Israelites always show up to the party. Fuck em. Fuck Shumer to. - Chu_
"Mandel enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, where he served eight years. His first tour was from February to November 2004, during which he was attached to a light armored reconnaissance battalion. He left for his second tour in September 2007. Attached to an infantry battalion, Mandel served in the city of Haditha.[5]" [Religion Judaism] Service/branch United States Marine Corps Reserve seal Marine Corps Reserve - Chu_
UK’s home secretary urged to act on Zionist threat
Galloway urged British Home Secretary Theresa May to do so in a letter on Tuesday, saying the same measures used against terrorists must be applied to Zionist extremists. - Chu_
The British lawmaker wrote the letter after a firebomb attack last week on Rabbi Ahron Cohen, an active campaigner against Zionism, outside his home in Salford, a metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester. Cohen’s car was destroyed after it was set on fire following a failed attempt to explode the fuel tank. Nobody was hurt in the attack. - Chu_
Cohen responded to the attack by saying that “If everybody resorted to violent activity, the world would be a very terrible place to live in. People are entitled to discuss their views but it has to be done in a civilized manner.” In a separate incident last week, Galloway received on September 17 a mail death threat at the houses of the British parliament. - Chu_
I want Zionist and Zionism declared to be a terrorist group .... or at minimum a 'subversive movement' within nations just as communism and similiars were viewed.. - American
The communists, eh the frankfurt school marxists have won - JustTheFactsPlease
Barack Obama Says Too Many Israelis Ready To Dump Peace Bid Departs From Prepared Text To Plead for 'Reflection' Read more:
Alert, Alert, goy off script! goy off script! - pepsi
“The violence engulfing the region today has made too many Israelis ready to abandon the hard work of peace,” Obama said. Then, departing from printed remarks made available to reporters beforehand, he added: “And that’s something worthy of reflection within Israel.” “Because let’s be clear: the status quo in the West Bank and Gaza is not sustainable. We cannot afford to turn away from... more... - pepsi
AaronBear · 33 minutes ago "Obama once again proves he is not Israel's friend and shows his total incompetence in the foreign policy arena." - pepsi
friends don't let friends drive sober. - pepsi
Bernhard Rosenberg · 2 hours ago "Another holocaust is possible. If it happened once it can happen again. Thank G-d we have Israel. We need to do everything possible to keep Israel militarily strong. Jews get out of Europe. There can be no compromise regarding Israel nor can we depend on the good will of others." - pepsi
With that attitude, Bernhard Rosenberg should be forced to move to Israel, and everyone should question having to support Israel or a diaspora community. That man's only concern is Jews and Israel, and anyone like him should be forced to relocate. That's the world they want, and that's the world they should get. What good is their presence for others? He even has the nerve to speak of the lack of good will from others. Screw him and his whole tribe. - Todd
Sean McBride
Israel’s Mossad Recruits New Spy Generation With Website, Video - Businessweek -
"Israel’s legendary Mossad agency is courting a new generation of spies through social media, a Homeland-derived video and an 18-page application to be filled out by hand." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"The 83-second clip presents a blond agent resembling actress Claire Danes who leaves her son on the beach with a radio-controlled drone toy while she penetrates the computer network room in a nearby Tel Aviv office tower. “It’s not child’s play,” she intones. “It opens doors.”" - Sean McBride
"Viewers are invited to click on the Mossad home page in Hebrew, English, French, Russian and Arabic. Links carry labels such as “Engineering Management,” “Overseas,” “Farsi,” “Satellites” and “Thinking outside the box.” Each leads to the same form and a separate 8-page questionnaire for one’s spouse." - Sean McBride
Are they serious or is this just a way of collecting info on people who go to the site? If its for real they are crazier than usual--advertising for people to join Mossad and spy or commit treason against the countries they are living in for Israel. - American
Sounds like recruiting is down. Mossad needs an array of foreign troops who can help Mossad in different parts of the world. Victor Ostrovsky made this point. Maybe once Pollard gets out he can assist Mossad classes, provide a few pointers on how to avoid detection. - Chu_
Former Senator Jim Webb for President, 2016 ?? | Video | -
"SEPTEMBER 23, 2014 Former Senator James Webb on Economic Fairness and Foreign Policy Former Senator James Webb (D-VA) talked about economic fairness, foreign policy, and the balance of power between Congress and the president at a National Press Club luncheon. Afterward, he answered questions from the audience." - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
"What is it that unites Americans rather than divides them? Where is our common ground when the centrifugal forces of social cohesion are spinning so out-of-control that the people at the top are existing in a distant outer orbit, completely separated in their homes, their schools and associations from those of us who are even in the middle, and completely disconnected from those who exist paycheck to paycheck ...?" - ChasMark
I remember Webb. I thought he would have more of an impact for democrats, but still seems like a good guy. I recall he went to work on the prison systems after he was disillusioned with washington beltway politics. - Chu_
I could get excited about a Webb for President campaign. He seems authentic. Could he beat a Clinton-Warren ticket? He has gravitas that makes Cruz look like the sleaze ball he is, and that might make even Rand Paul look too opportunistic. What position would Webb take on I lobby? Ignore them? Would that be a net positive in a US campaign where people are becoming aware and are fed up?... more... - ChasMark
Webb might not be able to get Jewish money but would that be a problem? Adelson poured millions into Romney but that didn't produce success. Maybe rejecting Jewish money would be the best tactic one could take. - ChasMark
I think Webb could be a contender---of course every time I say that about someone they prove me wrong. - American
BUT......the Irish-Americans ( and I hate doing the 'hyphen'-American thing really) are the second largest group in the population after German-American ,so if you could get the Irish stirred up and behind Webb like they were for Kennedy it might be possible. - American
All of the beltway is tainted. Webb could win but you gotta get the money to stay affloat. That's when your candidacy potentially gets corrupted. - Chu_ from Android
You were right about Walter Jones, American. - ChasMark
hey American, What's going on w/ McBride? - ChasMark
I dont know, I think he is expanding his views some and also narrowing in on the cores of zionism with more politco-ethno approach instead of ethno-religo approach. Can you not access his feed? I tired to get him to not do the banning stuff but to no avail. Taxi contacted me by mail and is over at Sean's, I told her to also sign on here, I;ll remind her to do it. Taxi is into history of ME as you are into history of Germany/Europe so you could have some interesting conversations. - American
"all we see right now coming out of Syria and Iraq are these beheadings … that just captures the public. of course we’re going to associate that with the Muslim religion and Islam in general." -- Susan Crabtree, Washington Examiner
~14:30 --- "“congress was briefed behind closed doors, came out with wide eyes, this the greatest threat to the homeland since after 9/11. diane feinstein said …. - ChasMark
“John Kerry says they are not Islamic they are the spawn from hell. that’s unusual; john kerry is a diplomat and he knows what it means to say that. - ChasMark
That being said, how are americans and other westerners supposed to take this, all we see right now coming out of Syria and Iraq are these beheadings … that just captures the public. of course we’re going to associate that with the Muslim religion and Islam in general. So it’s something that I think the Muslims need to consider and they need to start taking greater 15:19 stands to denounce this. - ChasMark
but honestly, these groups, if you look at them, they are more interested in holding power and holding territory, it seems to me, then talking about their religion — all religions are supposed to be aspiring to help other people, and this is not something that —- i just think that if you look at what people on capital hill are saying that these are thugs and they’re more interested in holding power and territory than they are in their religion.” - ChasMark
Do a few substitutions -- cross out "beheadings" -- which were few & staged, and insert Israeli brutalization of Gazans. Would this picture "capture the imagination of the American public," and would they then "associate that with the Jewish religion and Jews in general?" If so, how, then, would the US government respond -- would they undertake a propaganda campaign to demand that Jewish leaders denounce the "barbaric" acts of Israel? - ChasMark
I really didn't need to see that picture, Chas, though I know what you mean. What can you call what Israel and the U.S. are doing in the ME other than evil? What can you call the people who support the evil or do the gate-keeping for evil? I don't really believe average Americans are responsible, though it's getting to the point where it's impossible to claim that you don't know what's... more... - Todd
Gay Party Organizers Use ISIS Imagery in Ads By Sigal Samuel Read more: - pepsi
wanna goto a gay party ? - JustTheFactsPlease
comment: "Why would anybody be surprised? And "Drek" what an appropriate name. But the gays at CBST in NYC ,headed by rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum are staunchly on the side of the terrorists. During the Gaza war the read the names of terrorist under the age of 18 who were killed in combat from the bimah with Kleinbaum's blessing. The organized a food (potato) drive for Gaza (which went right... more... - ChasMark
@ Todd -- "I really didn't need to see that picture, Chas" -- I understand. McBride banned me from his FF, which has caused me no end of deep distress ion and depression. /s Pictures are powerful. This morning Jay Solomon of Wall Street Journal was on C Span. He said the beheadings were the "galvanizing event," "turned the tide" of US public opinion re going to war again in ME. In a... more... - ChasMark
Somehow, Israelis pouring gasoline into a 16-year old Palestinian and reducing him to the corpse that so repulsed you; and Israelis murdering 2000 Palestinians with hi-tech weapons and destroying their homes & civilian infrastructure, is NOT "galvanizing" and does NOT "tell us all we need to know" about Israel. - ChasMark
So I'm sorry if I caused you distress by linking to the image of Muhammad Abu Ghdeir. If I had my way, I would print a million copies of that horrible picture and wallpaper the US Congress with them. - ChasMark
the fuel that killed Muhammad Abu Ghdeir (cartoon) - Chu_
And where are his kidnappers? I recall they were going to go for the mental insanity defense. 'The indictment said that the three went on “a human hunt,” during which they “cruelly kidnapped and murdered the minor Muhammed Abu Khdeir simply for being an Arab.” - Chu_
Sean McBride
Tony Karon: Weekly Standard reports that US Evangelicals are losing their affection for Israel - that would be huge...
When you can see woman and child blown to bits in a prison camp like Gaza, any self-respecting Christian would have to question their devotion to Israel. But don't CZ's really desire for the second coming and pray the Jews will convert en masse when Christ comes back to earth? - Chu_
Sean McBride
Mossad’s Greatest Female Assassin: An Excerpt From ‘Sylvia Rafael’ - The Daily Beast -
Mossad’s Greatest Female Assassin: An Excerpt From ‘Sylvia Rafael’ - The Daily Beast
"Sylvia Rafael: The Life and Death of a Mossad Spy is the story of a young, dedicated Mossad agent as told by Moti Kfir, the man who trained her, and Ram Oren, a journalist and author. Drawing on extensive research and interviews, they tell the story of Rafael's rise to prominence within the Mossad and her intelligence work trying to locate Ali Hassan Salameh--the leader of Palestine's Black September organization and the mastermind behind the murder of 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympic Games. Her team's misidentification of their mark would eventually lead to her arrest and imprisonment for murder and espionage." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
007? No, 00Bitch! - Taxi
China and Iran to Conduct Joint Naval Exercises in the Persian Gulf - -
"TEHRAN — Two Chinese warships have docked at Iran’s principal naval port for the first time in history, Iranian admirals told state television on Sunday, adding that both countries would conduct four days of joint naval exercises. On Sunday, Xinhua, the official Chinese news agency, reported that Chinese Navy ships involved in protecting shipping in the Gulf of Aden stopped at an Iranian port on Saturday for a “friendly visit.” One of the vessels was the Changchun, a guided-missile destroyer, the report said. The news agency posted images of one of the destroyers docking in the port of Bandar Abbas, where it was given a military welcome." - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
It's like perhaps the internet was invented just in the nick of time to help stop a Jewish global conquest that would have steamrolled the rest of the world if it only had another 10-20 years without the internet, and widespread knowledge of their scams and their M.O. - pepsi
Sean McBride
The Strange Case of "Amerisrael" (billmon)
"The imperial politics of the "special relationship" make it especially hard to tell where one country ends and another begin" - Sean McBride
Billmon "In effect, old "duel loyalty" charge is obsolete. There is only 1 loyalty now: to a consolidated Israeli-American national security state" - Chu_
This is an unprecedented historical situation: a tiny client state has acquired total control over an imperial power. And the politicians of that imperial power are completely oblivious to what has happened. - Sean McBride
'a tiny client state has acquired total control over an imperial power. ' That's the entire enchilada. to quote 'First you get the money, then you get the power...' - Chu_
The truth is that the Israeli government and the Israel lobby have run circles around the opposition -- outplayed and overwhelmed every other power bloc in American politics. - Sean McBride
At every point along the way in the development of this destructive situation, responsible American leaders could have queried the Israeli government and the Israel lobby -- does anything you say make any sense? But they didn't. The easier course was to go along. - Sean McBride
yeah, but by hook or by crook. You have to have some morality and integrity, otherwise you destroy the entire ship. Israel and their wood-worm AIPAC agents are ruining the US for their pork-pie Israel. Israel has NO value to most Americans. - Chu_
Those few independent minds who did raise questions were crushed. - Sean McBride
# presidents who have tried to challenge the Israel lobby 1. John F. Kennedy 2. Gerald Ford 3. Jimmy Carter 4. George H.W. Bush 5. Bill Clinton 6. Barack Obama - Sean McBride
Greater Israelists have easily rolled over all of them. - Sean McBride
Their self interest (i.e. we eat first) is why they are eating our collective lunch. I think the conflict with them vs others brings this innate sense of 'we need to grab it first'. - Chu_
Well boys I'll tell you something....not that I am particularly smart, but in my 60 years I've batted 100% in being able to read where a situation I am observing or involved in would end up. And this Israel takeover of the US superpower is eventually going to blow up and literally 'rock the world". I guarantee it. Its only a matter of time. - American
"'The truth is that the Israeli government and the Israel lobby have run circles around the opposition"...Sean).....The truth is they had very little opposition during their 65 yr campaign in the US until just recently. but now we can see that even rag tag grassroots peace,BDS and I/P orgs have them in panic mode. They know that if and when public opinion ever gets to a certain level they are done--they will start losing their grip on DC. - American
Dont put your money on Jews or Zionist "being smart" you will lose it. For decades they were able to operate and achieve their goals simply because very few were watching or cared. Now they are being watched and their inherent stupidity is shining thru.....they arent being night flowers any more....all their dirty and mafia tactics are on display....which they also stupidly try to... more... - American
They are aggressively going after the leaders of these movements, using a wide variety of methods, both conventional and unconventional. - Sean McBride
hopefully so. Their con game and Israel land grabs are all being documented en masse on social media, etc. The numbers are piling up and I don't know if they are too far into the con to realize it. People of the USA are not their friends, they are just a bank account & armory to steal from while constructing Zionism and their 'third temple' fantasies. - Chu_
'' They are aggressively going after the leaders of these movements, using a wide variety of methods, both conventional and unconventional'...sean) Yea and every time they do go after people even if they succeed in their firing or whatever -- it backfires on them--it brings more people out of the wood work against them every time----in academia it turns more academics against... more... - American
Over the long haul, the pattern of aggressive attacks on Americans and Europeans by pro-Israel activists is likely to backfire -- to blow up big time. A tipping point will be reached -- then expect an explosive avalanche of pushback. - Sean McBride
A tipping point will be reached -- then expect an explosive avalanche of pushback. - Sean McBride)......Yep. And the longer this goes on the bigger the blowup. The most important thing anyone can become expert on is 'human nature' . That should be a mandatory course in every university in the world. - American
Last night Israeli superspy and nuclear technology smuggler Arnon Milchan was onstage accepting the Oscar for 12 Years a Slave.
"His New Regency Pictures partnered with Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment to produce 12 Years a Slave, the brutal film about slavery from British director Steve McQueen. Last night the movie walked away with the biggest award of the night: Best Picture. Milchan recently admitted that he had been a spy for Israel (something that was always rumored in Hollywood). It’s unlikely the admission will affect his standing in the film industry." - pepsi
Billionaire Winners of the '14 Oscars - pepsi
Milchan is "close friends" with Martin Scorsese, while Tarantino is Harvey Weinstein's boy. Scorsese pretends his movies like Wolf of Wall Street don't glamorize debased destructive behavior like scamming, swindling, bullying, killing, or other sociopathic behavior. Not to mention drug abuse. There's a clear hidden motivation for trying to turn the world into wannabe wiseguys or... more... - pepsi
You are exactly right about The Wolf of Wall Street, Pepsi. That movie did nothing but glamorize the situation and paint a sympathetic picture of Belfort. There was also a message of Jewish supremacy. And the Club Fed scene at the end was nothing but rubbing everyone's nose in the fact that these people are essentially above the law. - Todd
I happen to read this article on Amy Chau and her jewish husband the other day. I noticed it because I had read Chau's "World on Fire" and it had some good points about ethnic minority economic domination and global economics. - American
In this article Chau's ethnic superiority complex is shown (taken from her other book about tiger moms). Basically she makes the case that Jews and other minorities excell because they 'geared for success' culutrally. And that white Americans (gentiles, anglos) fail becuase they are only or most interested in ''freedom and happiness'' which to her mind is simple minded. I considered... more... - American
Does it make sense to flood our country with people like Chua and her husband? At what point do we really consider the risks of importing problems, and the impact it has on most Americans. I saw the same condescending attitudes and willingness to do anything to get ahead (often outright cheating and lying) by my Vietnamese boat people neighbors and their friends. - Todd
Todd, I'm reminded of when you wrote, "The elites have no sense of a common good." That seems to apply. Regarding 12 Years a Slave, anyone got any idea what was so evil about Birth of a Nation and Passion of the Christ? I thought the complaint was that they stirred racial/ethnic contempt. I don't think I'll ever see 12 Years a Slave so maybe I'm wrong to judge it but this sure sounds like very evil hatemongering with the elites congratulating themselves for it. What is in their heads? - Berthe
"very evil hate mongering," Berthe? It was a true story, an autobiography, adapted for film. - MRW_8
You don't know that an autobiography or a biography is a true story.. If I wrote one about myself, I could make myself the hero or the victim of everything that I've ever seen or heard. Not a dozen years ago they were doing TV discussions and opinion pieces about how horrible Passion of the Christ was because it would cause people to hold the death of Jesus against all Jews. And now this. - Berthe
The Wolf of Wall Street: why London's bankers love real-life fraudster Jordan Belfort City boys are flocking to private screenings of Scorsese’s hit film about a Wall Street fraudster. As a new anti-hero emerges, Joshi Herrmann reports on why London’s bankers love Jordan Belfort - pepsi
with films like Facebook and Wolf of Wall Street, it does seem like the big powers are trying to caste a new 'anti' hero. - Chu_
I'm surprised that those films are successful. They're not blockbusters, certainly. - Berthe
I started reading more of Chua. At first glance she seems to have an ethnic penchant for minority rule. Her parents, were ethnic Chinese in the Philippines, she married her Jewish Husband and raised two daughters and raised them Jewish. I think her thesis of why minority groups are better bred to success is based on her own world view, but many minorities, like Muslims or Filipinos are not rising to the top of the hill in the USA. - Chu_
"Scorsese pretends his movies like Wolf of Wall Street don't glamorize debased destructive behavior like scamming, swindling, bullying, killing, or other sociopathic behavior. Not to mention drug abuse. There's a clear hidden motivation for trying to turn the world into wannabe wiseguys or banksters. It makes people want to sell out to the ruling mafia, and/or crush others for a taste... more... - Chu_
The switch to a Chinese person as shabas goy is something of a relief. Italians have been entirely debased, prostituting their talent to "make it" by sucking ziodick. Frank Capra, Scorsese, Tarantino, Daniel Silva -- they all sold out to Jews and now denigrate their own people to worship at the altar of Jewish supremacism. Jews must laugh up their sleeves at these pathetic creatures.... more... - ChasMark
I don't know if you remember this black zionist. Richard Silverstein called her an uncle tom and the Zionists tried to take him to the wood shed for this. Although it's more than true what he says. Chloe Valdary - Chu_
Chas, check out Wolf Wall Street if you haven't. It's one you have to see and pepsi accurately says how it glamorizes debased destructive behavior and makes people want to sell out to the ruling mafia. Scorsese if better than Tarantino here, he is more revealing this corrupt underbelly, where Tarantino is more oddball. Well, I only watched 1 hour of the film so far, but it's showed me enough info so far. - Chu_
France is a mess, and Europe is worried: If economic woes overwhelm Hollande's government and buoy the far right, the whole eurozone could feel the impact
"Valls has warned a Le Pen victory would be a disaster for France and a possible death knell for European unity. Still he and Renzi have, so far, failed to persuade Merkel to relax the euro zone’s budgetary straight jacket." - pepsi
"Only Germany is holding together as separatists threaten to rip Europe apart The increasing predilection for fragmentation across the continent will result in Teutonic political hegemony - if we're lucky" - pepsi
Germany: "Living well is the best revenge." - ChasMark
The additional thing German leaders need to do is shut up about anti semitism and Israel. Just not say anything. Or they will fracture their own society with over the top defense of Israel and Jews. - American
I agree, American. But the German elites are just crazy about backing Israel and not being called anti-semites or racists. I saw the most ridiculous piece on Deutsche Welle last night about racism and anti-semitism in Germany and Europe. Europe also has a real immigration problem, whether anyone wants to recognize that or not. - Todd
Sweden Election Results Offer Uncertain Future For Austerity - pepsi
Why Are So Many French Jews Voting for Front National? Numbers Soaring for Far-Right Party, Survey Finds Read more: - pepsi
MW should change its name from "The War of Ideas in the Middle East" to "Jewish Food-fight" It's not about the Middle East, it's about East side/coast Jews vs. Florida Jews vs West side/coast Jews and their varying degrees of narcissism.
Food fight is the right term. There is no civil war. - Todd
how about the 'minyan of ideas' - Chu_
"By way of deception, we shall blog." How about that? - Todd
Where does Annie into the minyan? - Todd
it's a liberal minyan, annie can join! I - Chu_
Todd nailed it. - ChasMark
I bet they all believe in Leo Frank's innocence. Except for maybe one or two like Citizen - pepsi
Phil Weiss, how is the Jewish family fight going?: 16:30 - pepsi
what a bunch of freaks. - pepsi
International Criminal Court Prosecutor: 'Palestine' Can Join Rome Statute Membership Enables Filing War Crimes Charges Against Israel Read more:
Abbas needs to be kicked in the a@@ all the way to the ICC....if he doesn't do it he should be removed by the palestines. - American
Note that Palestine is in quotes. - pepsi
Sean McBride
Top NSA Whistleblower: We Need a New 9/11 Investigation Into the Destruction of the World Trade Center | Global Research -
"Bill Binney is the NSA’s former senior technical director, 32-year NSA veteran widely regarded as a “legend” within the agency, one of the world’s top crypto-mathematicians, who managed thousands of employees at the agency. Binney was the original NSA whistleblower, and one of two NSA veterans whose example inspired Edward Snowden." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"Two days ago, Binney said in an interview that speaking with physicists and controlled demolition experts convinced him that the investigations to date have – at best - been incompetent, and failed to address the observable facts:" - Sean McBride
"It appears to be connected with his comments about Israel because the guy was shouting about the Holocaust. George is badly bruised but OK. He has bruising to his head and face and is in pretty bad shape."
George Galoway: ‘We reject this illegal, barbarous, savage state that calls itself Israel – and you have to do the same. Read more: - Chu_
No doubt it's some JDL (Kahane) attacker. Will ADL condemn this? - Chu_
Will this be treated as 'hate crime'? would be if a jew was attacked. - American
The banalisation of tear gas | Arms Control Law -
The banalisation of tear gas | Arms Control Law
(Image: mapping global tear gas use in 2013) "Over the past few years, the intensity with which such agents have been used has increased markedly, to the point that whole sections of cities now routinely become saturated with the toxic chemicals." - ChasMark from Bookmarklet
"Alas, if a riot control agent is used as a tool for law enforcement or domestic riot control purposes, then the Chemical Weapons Convention does not consider it as a chemical weapon and therefore falls outside its scope of application." - ChasMark
Sean McBride
billmon: The mindless repetition of talking points is the calling card of stupid authoritarian/totalitarian hacks everywhere.
Sean McBride
Holocaust Honor From Israel Is Sent Back After Gaza Deaths - -
Holocaust Honor From Israel Is Sent Back After Gaza Deaths -
"In 1943, Henk Zanoli took a dangerous train trip, slipping past Nazi guards and checkpoints to smuggle a Jewish boy from Amsterdam to the Dutch village of Eemnes. There, the Zanoli family, already under suspicion for resisting Nazi occupation, hid the boy in their home for two years. The boy would be the only member of his family to survive the Holocaust." - Sean McBride from Bookmarklet
"Seventy-one years later, on July 20, an Israeli airstrike flattened a house in the Gaza Strip, killing six of Mr. Zanoli’s relatives by marriage. His grandniece, a Dutch diplomat, is married to a Palestinian economist, Ismail Ziadah, who lost three brothers, a sister-in-law, a nephew and his father’s first wife in the attack." - Sean McBride
"On Thursday, Mr. Zanoli, 91, whose father died in a Nazi camp, went to the Israeli Embassy in The Hague and returned a medal he received honoring him as one of the Righteous Among the Nations — non-Jews honored by Israel for saving Jews during the Holocaust. In an anguished letter to the Israeli ambassador to the Netherlands, he described the terrible price his family had paid for opposing Nazi tyranny." - Sean McBride
No comments permitted on this article at the New York Times? - Sean McBride
Live from Ferguson, MO - pepsi
watch right now! - pepsi
it looks like Israel/Palestine. - pepsi
Trained in Israel, rubber bullets, tear gas, sound machines - pepsi
Why are they screaming that they want justice? What do they mean by "justice"? There's going to be an investigation, so why are they rioting and confronting the police? The larger community makes it seem that the cops may have been right about the individual, which is sure to influence a jury. At least wait until after the trial to riot and threaten to murder the cops. - Todd
That was crazy. Not sure if you saw the riot police just start shooting rubber bullets and tear gas at the crowd of protestors with their hands in the air. - pepsi
Oh, I thought that was live. - pepsi
Huffington Post Reporter Arrested In Ferguson - pepsi
Rubber bullets and tear gas is mild compared to what police used in the 60s riots in places like Detroit and Newark. If the reports I've read about those events are accurate, then urban warfare is what took place. - Todd
Missouri is never in the news until something good happens.... - JustTheFactsPlease
I don't like the idea of israelified police departments - pepsi
^Somebody post that youtube vid jtfp posted to mondoweiss - pepsi
police in this country out of control imo....the US should not be fucking israel or gaza....check out these pictures to see how" militarized" domestic police departments have become...... - American
REPORT: St. Louis County Police To Be Removed From Duty In Ferguson - pepsi
Philip Weiss August 3, 2014 at 8:10 pm with 1 replies "I agree that Jewish exceptionalism is a problem; but societies all have their elites, they rise and fall, and this one improved on the wasps in some ways, fell back in others. We could talk about Vietnam and the best and the brightest. Another awful elite" - pepsi
I'd like to know what Jews have done that is a net positive for the nation. Civil rights? No effing way! The cynical pitting of different groups against one another for the benefit of the tribe doesn't count. I'd say that the Jewish activism and dishonesty on the issue of race has poisoned race relations beyond repair for the foreseeable future-- and Israeli-style policing isn't going to solve a damn thing. - Todd
If Brown is the man in the photos, he wasn't the non-violent type that he is portrayed as being. I'd like to see the injuries the officer supposedly sustained. - Todd
If this photo is real, then Brown isn't wearing the same clothes as the person in the robbery video above. The video from the store is good enough for anyone who knew Brown to identify him, though. - Todd
HOLY CRAP...Obama halts hellfire missiles to Israel
"The last straw for many U.S. diplomats came on Aug. 2 when they say Israeli officials leaked to the media that Mr. Netanyahu had told the U.S. ambassador to Israel, Dan Shapiro, that the Obama administration was "not to ever second-guess me again" about how to deal with Hamas." - pepsi
"-Netanyahu took a draft proposal from Kerry that was meant for him to look and relay back to Kerry what he disagreed with and brought it directly to a vote to his cabinet. They all voted it down and bad mouthed Kerry in press. This was a tipping point for the WH." - pepsi
White House in the dark over arms supplies to Israel: report - pepsi
fight back courageous black president - JustTheFactsPlease
Hell hath no fury like Obama deeply concerned. - pepsi
The only reason that I pulled for Obama over Romney is that I believed that Obama would be more likely to stand up to the Israel lobby. He really hasn't done much, but it's still better than WWIII. - Todd too. - American
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NPR Is Laundering CIA Talking Points to Make You Scared of NSA Reporting -
###The new headquarters for National Public Radio (NPR) on North Capitol Street in Washington (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) On August 1, NPR’s Morning Edition broadcast a story by NPR national security reporter Dina Temple-Raston touting explosive claims from what she called “a tech firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.” That firm, Recorded Future, worked together with “a cyber expert, Mario Vuksan, the CEO of ReversingLabs,” to produce a new report that purported to vindicate the repeated Read more The post NPR Is Laundering CIA Talking Points to Make You Scared of NSA Reporting appeared first on The Intercept.
Barack Obama Says 'Hard To See' Benjamin Netanyahu Making Tough Peace Compromises Tells Tom Friedman Israel Must Take 'Long View' Read more:
I didnt read this but let me guess.....our community organizer in chief thinks he can hint around at Israelis replacing Netanyahu and then the next leader will make peace. ..gawd! what a nit wit. 86% of Israel is as bat shit crazy as netanyahu is. - American
"The possibility of a war crimes investigation into the conduct of Israeli forces in Gaza, until recently unthinkable, has grown after the Palestinians said this week they wanted to become a party to the International Criminal Court." Can Israel Claim Self-Defense Against the Territory It Occupies? Int’l Jurist John Dugard Says No '' John Dugard, former U.N. special rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories and emeritus professor of international law at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. "Given... more... - American
If a country 'provokes' a assault it is NOT self defense. FINALLY someone states the actual law in inter law. - American
I thought MW has a resident international lawyer. Did he never make the point of self defense? I'd go a step beyond, and say that all of Palestine is occupied. - Todd
America is occupied too, come to think of it - JustTheFactsPlease
I'd say so too, JTFP. - Todd
'you see were just defending ourselves' - Chu_
Lately and watching FOX news. Hamas tunnels are always called 'terror' tunnels. - Chu_
"This is what Hollywood's old-school Jewish philanthropy looks like: 900 Jews worried about anti-Semitism sitting inside the International Hall of the Beverly Hilton. Holocaust survivors sit side-by-side with some of entertainment's biggest big shots."
"And others, like David Selznick, wanted nothing to do with Jewish causes regardless of how they were framed. "I am not interested in Jewish political problems," Selznick told screenwriter Ben Hecht, according to Hecht's memoir "A Child of the Century," when he was raising money for Jews in Palestine during World War II. "I'm an American and not a Jew. I'm interested in this war as an American. It would be silly of me to pretend suddenly that I'm a Jew, with some sort of full-blown Jewish psychology." - pepsi
"Jack Warner demanded that his Jewish employees donate a percentage of their salary to the United Jewish Welfare Fund," Neil Gabler wrote in "An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood. "During a fundraising drive, he would call them into the studio commissary." - pepsi
"Everybody's gonna double his contribution here and now -- or else!" The rubber truncheon crashed on the table again as everyone present reached for our checkbooks.'" - pepsi
"The AJC reported that last fall's dinner brought in $1.5 million for the national organization. A lot of that is thanks to having a name like Meyer's, the chairman and CEO of Warner Bros., on the program. This is an advantage of being a household name in Hollywood: Your involvement with charities doesn't so much demand that you dig into your pocket as it creates the expectation you'll inspire others to reach into theirs." - pepsi OSCAR 2013 - Ted And Mark Wahlberg Jokes Really Were Bad For Jews (Polemic Video) - pepsi
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