Saturday, January 19, 2019

Dead Man's Tale

Bemused Mourners,

Seymour Hersh has outlived George HW Bush, and appears to now be free to release some information. (I'm sure there is much more.) 
Bush leaked Iran-Contra because it was impinging on his own covert operations in central America.
According to his sources former CIA director George H.W. Bush, who was then Reagan's vice president, ran his own secret operations through a special office in the Pentagon. It was led by Vice-Admiral Arthur Moreau. The office and its operations were kept outside of congressional oversight. Neither the CIA nor the Joint Chief's of Staff were aware of its doing. During some 30 different operations the Bush team used small groups of U.S. marines to effect Soviet operations in foreign countries and to get rid of unwanted foreign politicians. Bush essentially ran the prequel of the 'war on/of terror' which today is run by the CIA and the Joint Special Forces Command.
Bush disliked William Casey, who Reagan had named as new CIA director. Casey was a business man who got the job after he managed Ronald Reagan's election campaign. Bush thought that he was too incompetent to run the clandestine service.

​Here is that Hersh article, on the London Review of Books:

Here is the story of an American Army nuclear suicide bomber, who never had to do "the mission".
During the Vietnam War, the US military came up with a different idea. What if one made a slightly bigger bomb that can fit into a backpack? A soldier could carry one deep behind enemy lines, and then use it to destroy sensitive enemy facilities. Well, the military did exactly that, with one catch: the soldier was not supposed to evacuate before detonation.
"We all knew it was a one-way mission, a suicide mission," Mark Bentley, who served in the US Army at the end of the Vietnam War, told the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

​Despite American soldiers dying during a meeting in Manbij, a bombing claimed by ISIS (which seems to claim anything newsworthy) Trump says US forces are still leaving Syria.​ (Some are saying this was a false-flag attack to force Trump to keep US forces in Syria.)
The statement comes as a spokesperson for Operation Inherent Resolve said that several US servicemen had been killed in a suicide bombing in the northern Syrian town of Manbij. The Daesh* terrorist group reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack.
During a meeting with a group of Republican senators on Wednesday, President Donald Trump signalled his readiness to adhere to his plan to withdraw US troops from Syria and Afghanistan, according to Senator Rand Paul.
"Not only is he following through with his Syria policy, I really do think there will be changes in Afghanistan as well. If you look at the polling data for the American people, I think the American people are with the president and they're tired, frankly, of both parties, who are unwilling to stand up and say enough is enough", Paul said.

​Finian Cunningham brings up the false-flag angle. Why does he not mention the Mossad? ​
As always, the key question arises: who stands to benefit from the killing of the American troops? The scale of the attack suggests it was carried out with a sharp political message intended for Trump...
 It would in fact be naive to not suspect that the CIA could have pulled off such a false flag in Manbij. As in 1950s Vietnam, as told by Graham Greene in ‘The Quiet American’, the CIA have been doing such dirty tricks with bombing atrocities and assassinations for decades in order to precipitate wars in foreign countries that the agency calculates are in America’s geopolitical interests.

The first defense white paper released during the administration of South Korean President Moon Jae-in deleted a phrase about the North Korean regime and military being the “enemy” of South Korea. The white paper placed new emphasis on South and North Korea pursuing military confidence-building, meaningful arms control and incremental arms reduction.  

​Watch John Bolton, really...
​U​S President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have agreed to a second summit meeting, to be held in late February, a move that aims to rekindle what many see as an initially hopeful but now stalled dialogue process on Korean Peninsula denuclearization.
The White House announcement came after a 90-minute meeting in the Oval Office between Trump and Kim Yong-chol, a former North Korean intelligence chief who serves as Kim’s top nuclear negotiator, according to news reports.

​(I think the deep state splinter faction that backs Trump is starting to skirmish with small arms, not big guns, to increase pressure on the dominant/waning faction to negotiate and agree to a unified imperial policy. This ain't really about the wall or Pelosis' plane trip.)
The Wall Street Journal continues to counter  the  liberal mainstream media's Trump Derangement Syndrome, dropping uncomfortable truth-bombs and refusing to back off its intense pressure to get to the truth and hold those responsible, accountable (in a forum that is hard for the establishment to shrug off as 'Alt-Right' or 'Nazi' or be 'punished' by search- and social-media-giants).
And once again Kimberley Strassel  - who by now has become the focus of social media attacks for her truth-seeking reporting - does it again. Confirming what we detailed yesterday - that The Justice Department was fully aware that the notorious Steele Dossier was connected to Hillary Clinton and might be biased, a crucial detail which was omitted just weeks later from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant used to spy on the Trump campaign - Strassel makes the aggressive and correct statement that the Justice Department official’s testimony raises new doubts about the bureau’s honesty.

Stock market traders use "leverage", margin debt, to amplify their profits (and losses). Margin debt just plunged the most since the 4th quarter of 2008. What might this "deleveraging" point to?

Please meet my new pen-pal, gainfully employed, anonymous Russian propagandist for RT, and Putin-tool... Helen of des Troy!
Here are Helen's anonymous articles for RT for the week ending a week ago.

(more Helen) 1 in 5 US millennials expects to die in debt and their parents are broke, too. (Debt slavery is the business plan. They are "assets".)

Helen has the Russian-propaganda take on Hawaiian Congresswoman, Iraq war vet, and Army Reserve Major Tulsi Gabbard. Vote accordingly!
With Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) entering the 2020 presidential fray, establishment figures on both Right and Left are scrambling to smear the anti-war congresswoman with impeccable identity-politics bona fides.
Ever since her 2017 visit to Syria, Gabbard has been condemned for daring to seek firsthand accounts rather than blindly trusting the MSM narrative, so on Friday the pundits were again off to the races, with fresh accusations of Assad-sympathizing.

NASA satellite images reveal clear proof of climate engineering. (Yeah, wow, those are machine patterns, like the lines on a chalkboard my teacher used to make with that thing that held 8 pieces of chalk.)

​Bye-bye UPS Man, robo-dogs deploy from robo-van to walk up steps and deliver stuff. How many more subsistence-jobs will fall?
Continental believes that the last mile of goods delivery should be automated, it will be an integral part of future urban mobility. Driverless vehicles like the CUbE can transport multiple robot dogs that could handle the last yards of the goods and parcel delivery logistics chain.
“Industrializing the automation of goods delivery requires reliable, robust, high-performing and best-cost technology – a mix perfectly reflected in the automotive equivalent of automation. It is this very profile of expertise that has made Continental one of the industry-leading suppliers of advanced driver assistance systems and vehicle automation,” said Ralph Lauxmann, Head of Systems & Technology, Chassis & Safety division, Continental.

Approximately 500 robots will be coming to supermarkets in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia, thanks to a strategic partnership between Retail Business Services and Badger Technologies. 

Theresa May made no change to her Brexit demands in cross-Channel phone calls with European Union leaders despite her own plan being heavily defeated by MPs earlier this week, it has been reported.
The Prime Minister left EU diplomats in a state of 'disbelief' over her failure to shift her stance despite the historic defeat by a margin of 230 votes, a source said.
Mrs May's requests continued to focus around either a legally binding time-limit for the Irish backstop; a right for Britain to unilaterally withdraw, or a commitment to a trade deal finalisation before 2021 to prevent the backstop from coming into force.

​Mish Shedlock points out a maze of political impasses, all leading to paralysis, which makes "No Deal Brexit" a very likely situation at end of March.​

​Prince Philip hits a Kia and rolls his Land Rover at 97, and is again, demonstrably NOT DEAD. The royal geriatric married to The Queen of England​ gives no ground at all to famous commoner Keith Richards, who is also reported NOT DEAD this week.
​Lizard Consort​

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