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Trump’s speech on Islam is insane in its obliviousness and in its ruthlessness.

Trump went all-in on his war on terror shtick. Rather than actually going after the sponsors of terrorism, he is arming them to the teeth and telling them they’re on his team.

The supposed “anti” terrorism organization will be headed by the two most terroristic countries: Saudi Arabia and the US. This fraud will target Shia regimes, which are Syria and Iran. It will ignore or even rebrand the continued terrorism of Saudi allies. Trump rebrands the Saudi slaughter in Yemen as against terrorism, when it is an act of great terrorism.

He claims America wants peace. No, it most certainly does not. Nothing about this sham is in the interest of peace. He is arming the most despicable terrorists in the world with high-tech weapons.

Trump then claims to the Saudis that Iran is the source of terrorism! This is a declaration of war on Iran and a wider WW3. He also wants escalation in Syria. He wants major wars, right after espousing peace a minute before! It’s a Hitler ploy.

Trump speech at 43 minutes:

 

 

 

 

I’m not on your team.

Fuck your team.

 

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I’ve waited quite a while for a zombie film that did something different. So much rides on the concept. As you may have guessed, my view is that we need more serious stories told from the perspective of younger people.

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Finally, we have an interesting divergence from the usual, and it came out of Britain. These chompers are a bit like the 28 Days Later variety, but with head fungus. There’s a fungus among us. And that’s just the start.

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I liked that the Girl was completely a wild card. The title makes sense by the end. So, no spoilers. Get the film and support a zombie.

 

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Isis faces exodus of foreign fighters as its ‘caliphate’ crumbles

Hey, guess what happens after ISISland is no more? 

Some of us have been sounding the alarm for a long, long time, only to be ignored as Al Qaeda is rebranded with new names and handed Oscars!

The US and its gang of mass murdering “allies” created the terror problem because it has a two-fold benefit (to them).

  1. They may destroy Syria (and other targeted states) on their behalf, and do the dirty work for them.
  2. If they fail, then the west can pretend it’s against terrorism again, and go in in order to stop the monsters they armed and funded.

Additional benefits for the Gulf tyrannies: they get to ship off their wild-eyed radicals to Syria so they don’t blow up shit in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

That’s not how the corporate news informs its readers though. You have to make the connections yourself.

Guardian:

Large numbers of foreign fighters and sympathisers are abandoning Islamic State and trying to enter Turkey

The paper then pretends that Turkey is trying to stop them, and that they are the good guys, ignoring years of revelations to the contrary. You can ignore the Guardian piece, as it’s mostly concerned with two Brits, and not with the realities since 2011.

Here’s how I ended my 2015 piece:

It also needs to be mentioned that German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has admitted: 760 German citizens have joined ISIS and 200 of them have returned home to Germany. Earlier this year it was reported that 100,000 fake Turkish passports had gone to ISIS fighters.

Turkey remains the headquarters and logistical center of ISIS. The west, NATO, and their Gulf tyranny partners, have opened Pandora’s Box. It still hangs wide open.

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You’re no longer allowed to be white, apparently.  Ghost in the Shell has provoked a backlash of endless whining about the specious concept of “appropriation.” If it wasn’t so tiresome and ridiculous I’d treat it seriously. It’s not. Cultures share. That’s the entire history of humanity.  Perhaps Japan can stop using Henry Ford’s good-old-American automobile concept?

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Some are gloating about “weak” box office for the film today. But is it?

The live-action adaptation of Ghost in the Shell died at the box office this weekend, bringing in $19 million in ticket sales [in the US alone] against a budget of $110 million. The film brought in $40 million internationally, although it has yet to open in Japan or China.”

So it took in half its budget in one weekend. The people who love anime the most haven’t even had a chance to go. But it’s being declared dead a bit prematurely. I’m ready to head out and see it for myself.

Two American studios financed the film. They decided on the casting. If a Japanese studio wanted to risk $110M, they could have cast whomever they liked. In the US, we have a population:

“Whites (including Hispanics who identify as White) constitute the majority, with a total of about 246,660,710, or 77.35% of the population as of 2014.”

Pure evil. We have 77% white people, and so probably should never make another movie, television show or anything else. White is evil by nature, don’t you know? Bad white people, for existing…

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“If that’s not allowed, then Darth Vader probably shouldn’t speak English, either.”

Original Ghost in the Shell director: ‘no basis’ for whitewashing anger

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Noam Chomsky and his smug, empty-headed cheerleaders have been making waves this week, apparently a full-blown conspiracy-theorist now. This is after Chomsky fucked up the US left for fifty years, denying the realities of the JFK hit and 9/11 attack, which was clearly allowed to proceed despite mountains of warnings. Noam completely ignores that the CIA knew the purported hijackers were inside the country for over a year! Where there’s smoke there’s fire.

But Noam would have none of it. Indignation and apathy were his M.O.

All that was pre-Trump, however. The rule book has been burned. Yes, Noam a false flag attack is a possibility. Of course it is. It always was. But since you had no interest in all the evidence, why should anyone care what you have to say at all? Phantom future attacks? By whom?

The people who can perpetrate a false flag attack are in intelligence, not in Trump’s parade of incompetent clowns. The intelligence apparatus has been not-too-subtly at war with Trump for months, over his Russia policy. They want Russia steamrolled back to Moscow, even risking nuclear holocaust to get there. Trump, for whatever reasons, likely corrupt business relations, didn’t want to antagonize the world’s other big nuclear power. He is out of step with the NATO encroachment agenda, and the CIA and their neocon warlords hate him for it.

So, is Chomsky simply stating the obvious?

We always live under the threat of false flag terrorism. The CIA pioneered it since the 1950s. Rulers capitalize on it, and so they are (always) motivated to get away with murder and Treason. See Operation Gladio.

That reality never changed. Only Chomsky’s (apparent) awakening is different. Like a thought leader of drones, his new affinity for the concept of false flag terror permeates through the left gatekeepers this week, those usual suspects. Sort of validates my entire critique, huh, Noam?

You ready for that debate yet?

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J. Giambrone

We are in dire straits with an all-out assault on science, evidence and reason coming out of the White House all day long, every day now. The direct attack on science is part of a much-wider trend.

Science is imperfect and the truth has no billionaire backer fighting for it. The deck is stacked in the other direction.

FUD

Fear Uncertainty Doubt:

Fear, uncertainty and doubt (often shortened to FUD) is a disinformation strategy used in sales, marketing, public relations, talk radio, politics, religious organizations, and propaganda. FUD is generally a strategy to influence perception by disseminating negative and dubious or false information and a manifestation of the appeal to fear.

…By spreading questionable information about the drawbacks of less well known products, an established company can discourage decision-makers from choosing those products over its own, regardless of the relative technical merits.

President FUD is the living embodiment of these…

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