Friday, April 14, 2017

Bomb, Bomb, BOOM

More Bombs Gone Bad.

The US led forces have now bombed their own rebel chemical weapons depot and accidentally killed hundreds of civilians, even a dozen moderate-rebels. 
It's not like what Syria did though; not the same at all.

That lying Ophthalmologist!  :-o
Speaking with the BBC earlier this morning, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the U.S. account of the recent chemical weapons 'attack' in Syria was a "100% fabrication" which can only lead him to the conclusion that the West must be working "hand and glove with the terrorists."

How come chemical weapons attacks happen a month or two after John McCains secret visits to moderate terrorists in Syria? (Yeah, it's only twice; prob'ly nothing to it. Thanks anyway, Eleni.)

Oh, yeah... McCain points out that Russia and Syria did it again, same as last time.

Uh, oh... An MIT professor analyzes the White House proof of Syrian chemical weapon attack from the air, finds the same crater, already on Google Earth, and points out from the White House photos that a 122 mm artillery rocket of stuff had to be put on the bottom of that old crater, with explosive on top of it, to create what is shown in the pictures. Oh, my,... have we made some kind of mistake?
Image result for syrian sarin gas crater image

You may recall this from a couple of days ago:
“We’re not going into Syria,” Trump said. “Our policy is the same — it hasn’t changed. We’re not going into Syria.” “We’re not exactly on the same wavelength with Russia, to put it mildly” — again called the nuclear deal with Iran “the single worst deal ever,” and said of the worsening nuclear situation with North Korea: “I knew I was left a mess, but it’s worse than I thought.” Trump also damns Steve Bannon with very faint praise. (Neocons/Neoliberals appear to hold most face-cards again.)

Now there's this:
It appears that Mike Cernovich, who earlier this week wrote that Trump's national security advisor, Gen. H.R.McMaster, was planning on sending as many as 150,000 troops to Syria, may have been right again. According to Bloomberg commentator Eli Lake, who has now made a habit of confirming Cernovich "conspiracy theories" (he did so previously with the Susan Rice scoop), Trump may be on the verge of escalating the proxy war in Syria by sending anywhere between 10,000 and 50,000 troops on the ground, and - if Cernovich is indeed correct - as much as three times more.

North Korea opens a new street in Pyongyang, the "Big Event" journalists were told to prepare for, and forbidden to bring cellphones to. Kim Jong Un appeared outside and in public (An open target! That's why journalists were forbidden to carry position-sending cellphones. I suspect he will not be an open target Saturday when they underground test that nuke.)

Nuke ready to detonate on Granddad's 105th birthday. Happy Birthday Kim il Sung!

Trying to get ahead of the news-cycle again, the US might resume massive bombing of North Koreans after a 63 year pause, to prevent an underground nuclear test, which could kill hundreds of millions of Americans or something.
The U.S. Navy has positioned two destroyers capable of shooting Tomahawk cruise missiles in the region, one just 300 miles from the North Korean nuclear test site. Additionally, American heavy bombers are also positioned in Guam to attack North Korea should it be necessary, and earlier this week, the Pentagon announced that the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group was being diverted to the area.

One day after the Trump administration demonstratively used the GBU-43/B Massive Ordinance Air Blast bomb (MOAB, also known as Mother Of All Bombs) the most powerful non-nuclear bomb in the US arsenal in Afghanistan, in a clear show of force meant to send a signal to North Korea, it released a video of the explosion.
(It's been sitting there for so long, and we couldn't just let it get past it's shelf life, so we had to use it, and it helps legitimize our new president.)

There is a bipartisan move in Congress to resist presidential commitment of American troops to help slaughter starving peasants in Yemen, to benefit our good friends, the royal house of Saud.

German Finance Minister and deep-state Sith-Lord, "Wolfie" Schaeuble goes all Trumpish on Islamic wetbacks! 
"Such migrants who do not accept Europe's way of living should be told "you have made the wrong decision", Schaeuble said during a round table discussion in Berlin. "There are better places in the world to live under Islamic law than Europe," he added."

CIA Director Pompeo declares Wikileaks to be "a hostile intelligence service", which should justify anything, anything at all... [Forget the nice things we said last year before we joined the Borg!]

Futile Existence

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