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Saturday, May 28, 2016

Slipping The Tongue

Suddenly Revealed,

Hillary Clinton's State Department email "went commando", no underwear, not even a password for her Blackberry. This is the very beginning of details...

Considerably more details here. 
This FBI investigation is a Corruption Investigation, not merely breach-of-protocol. Benghazi... Watergate-style cover-up...


News Networks are colluding to call California primary vote for Clinton early enough to influence voting in her favor (Sound like Arizona?)
"If Matthews is to be taken at his word, is clear evidence that television networks are colluding together to call the primary for Hillary Clinton before she reaches the delegates needed to claim victory. By doing so, they will absolutely suppress the vote in the final states that will be cast ballots in the Democratic primary. Even by mentioning it now, that the networks have already set the date and time they are calling the race for Hillary."
"That date and time is 8:00 pm Eastern time, 5:00 pm Pacific time, on June 7."
"The announcement will be wrong, because the superdelegates don’t vote until the convention."

"There are two walls on the Turkey-Syria border. One is manned by Turkish border guards enforcing Turkey’s 15 month-old border closure.  The other is a wall of silence by the rest of the world, including the United Nations."  165,000 Syrians are trapped at Turkish border, as ISIS advances.

US Special Forces troops in Syria are wearing YPG uniform insignia "to blend in". "Just training and support" says the Pentagon, but they are firing anti-tank wire-guided rockets...

Silencing the United States as it Prepares for War, John Pilger
"Neither Hillary Clinton nor Bernie Sanders has mentioned any of this. There is no risk and no danger for the United States and all of us. For them, the greatest military build-up on the borders of Russia since World War Two has not happened. On May 11, Romania went “live” with a Nato “missile defence” base that aims its first-strike American missiles at the heart of Russia, the world's second nuclear power."..."Sanders, the hope of many young Americans, is not very different from Clinton in his proprietorial view of the world beyond the United States. He backed Bill Clinton's illegal bombing of Serbia. He supports Obama's terrorism by drone, the provocation of Russia and the return of special forces (death squads) to Iraq. He has nothing to say on the drumbeat of threats to China and the accelerating risk of nuclear war. He agrees that Edward Snowden should stand trial and he calls Hugo Chavez – like him, a social democrat – “a dead communist dictator”. He promises to support Clinton if she is nominated."..."The election of Trump or Clinton is the old illusion of choice that is no choice: two sides of the same coin. In scapegoating minorities and promising to “make America great again”, Trump is a far right-wing domestic populist; yet the danger of Clinton may be more lethal for the world."

"Despite U.S. assurances, the Kremlin says the missile shield's real aim is to neutralize Moscow's nuclear arsenal long enough for the United States to make a first strike on Russia in the event of war.
 "At the moment the interceptor missiles installed have a range of 500 kilometers, soon this will go up to 1000 kilometers, and worse than that, they can be rearmed with 2400km-range offensive missiles even today, and it can be done by simply switching the software, so that even the Romanians themselves won’t know."
Putin did not specify what actions Russia would take, but he insisted that it was not making the first step, only responding to moves by Washington. "We won't take any action until we see rockets in areas that neighbor us."
"We've been repeating like a mantra that we will be forced to respond... Nobody wants to hear us. Nobody wants to conduct negotiations with us."

Putin does Athens, with a big motorcade of armored limousines. "Where's Putin?" Take a guess. Why am I flashing back on that motorcade in Dallas, back in '63? Thanks Eleni.

It looks like Putin's Greek visit was productive, 12 hours behind closed doors, and no "accidents".He says Russia would like to normalize relations with Turkey, but Turkey still "has some 'splainin to do".

Is Russia about to make a warm water Pacific port on the island of Matua/Matsuwa? 
Japan used it militarily in WW-2, but no Russian military has camped there recently. (Unusually active volcano...)

How the Deadly Sin of Avarice was Rehabilitated as Self Interest:
"How this came about, you will see, is a remarkable story, one that is finally running its course in light of mounting evidence not only that people are not really all that knavish, but also that  treating citizens as if they were knaves may lead them to act is if they really were knaves!"
"The greatest challenges now facing the world—including controlling the spread of epidemics and managing climate change and governing the knowledge-based economy–arise from global social interactions that cannot adequately be governed by channeling entirely self-interested citizens to do the right thing by means of incentives and sanctions..."

The surgeon who gave his name to the simple but dramatic procedure used to rescue people from choking saved someone’s life with the Heimlich Manoeuvre for the first time this week aged 96. Henry Heimlich MD

Forced Regurgitation

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