Friday 12th of August 2022

war in her veins in vain...


Lost in the furore whipped up in the Western media over Donald Trump in response to the release of the now infamous audio tape, during which he is heard making obscene comments about women, is the fact that his opponent in the race for the White House, Hillary Clinton, appears intent on going to war against Syria and Russia, if elected.

This is the only conclusion to be drawn from the second US presidential debate between both candidates, when during the part of the debate focused on Syria, the former secretary of state said: "Well, the situation in Syria is catastrophic. And every day that goes by, we see the results of the regime by Assad, in partnership with the Iranians on the ground, the Russians in the air, bombarding places, in particular Aleppo, where there are hundreds of thousands of people, probably about 250,000 still left. And there is a determined effort by the Russian air force to destroy Aleppo in order to eliminate the last of the Syrian rebels who are really holding out against the Assad regime." This qualifies as a monstrous distortion of the facts when it comes to the ongoing conflict in Aleppo. Firstly, the putative next president, a politician whose foreign policy experience and knowledge is considered by her supporters to be her strongest suit, has either willfully or ignorantly abstracted the existence of the 1.5 million civilians who are living in government-controlled western Aleppo. The 250,000 she refers to are those civilians still living in eastern Aleppo, which remains occupied by the Nusra Front, now known as Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, a terrorist organization that differs from Daesh in name only, and assorted so-called moderate terrorists, the kind that film themselves beheading 12-year-old boys.

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leaking about incontinents...

Hillary Clinton’s campaign has dubbed WikiLeaks “Russian propaganda,” accusing it of supporting Republican candidate Donald Trump. The comments came after a cache of leaked emails from the campaign’s chairman were published by the whistleblowing website.

Addressing the site from his Twitter account on Monday, Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon said: “You are no media organization. You are a propaganda arm of the Russian govt, running interference for their pet candidate, Trump."

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and god said...

John Piper, founder of Desiring God and chancellor of Bethlehem College and Seminary, believes that both major party nominees should withdraw from the presidential race.

The United States is a few weeks away from deciding their next president, with the two most likely to win being Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.

In a message posted to Twitter on Tuesday, Piper stated that he believed both Clinton and Trump should step down from their campaigns.

"Of course, Trump should step down as Olasky and Grudem say. So should Hillary. That is what 'unqualified' means. It's never been a question," tweeted Piper.




Sometimes the best attacks are the most subtle.


Tony Abbott's defence of US presidential candidate Donald Trump has elicited a snarky response from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who cast doubt on whether his predecessor was familiar with all of Mr Trump's policies.

The former prime minister came to the aid of the Republican nominee on Thursday, telling conservative broadcaster Paul Murray that Mr Trump's policies were "reasonable enough" and his supporters "decent people".

most likely crook radars...

Last week, the Pentagon began a new military campaign in Yemen, ostensibly in retaliation for attempted attacks on the USS Mason in the Red Sea. But new reports suggest that the American naval vessel may have suffered from a radar malfunction.

Last Thursday, the United States launched strikes on three radar sites in Yemen, "officially" entering the conflict in the Middle Eastern nation. According to Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook, the action was necessary in light of recent missile attacks on US ships operating in international waters.

US Military Strikes in Yemen Not Part of Broader Conflict - Pentagon None of these alleged attacks struck their targets. But Navy officials have now expressed doubt that American vessels were ever in danger, suggesting that reports of incoming missiles may have been the result of faulty radar systems.

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no more blank cheques?...

Could the Clinton Foundation's prodigious fundraising ability suffer a similar fate as Hillary Clinton's dashed political ambitions? 

During her bid for the White House, the nonprofit bearing the names of Clinton, the former president and their daughter came under withering scrutiny for its fundraising and management practices. The foundation, which operates a range of philanthropic projects around the world and pulled in more than $200 million in revenue in 2014, has raised around $2 billion since its founding—but that money has come with a cost. 

Despite scoring relatively high in accountability and transparency by nonprofit watchdogs, the foundation nonetheless became a flash-point in the 2016 election. It was dogged by accusations of influence peddling and conflicts of interests due in large part to hefty contributions from foreign governments and other influential donors. Since the organization's inception, tens of millions from big donors have flowed to the organization, according to the Foundation's public database. 

As emails disclosed by WikiLeaks laid bare internal concerns about how the Clinton Foundation's funding might impact the former Secretary of State's run for the Oval Office, former President Bill Clinton announced in August that the nonprofit would reject corporate and foreign donations if Hillary Clinton prevailed in her campaign. 

Yet as the country prepares to inaugurate President-elect Donald Trump, the point may be moot at best, philanthropy experts told CNBC recently. That is because neither Clinton will occupy a prominent role in government in the immediate future—curtailing the willingness of at least some big donors to try and curry favor with the foundation by writing large checks. 

Because Hillary Clinton is no longer seen as a president in waiting, contributors may look elsewhere and the foundation may have to rethink its scope and priorities, these experts say.

The foundation did not respond to numerous requests for comment from CNBC. 

"I would expect there will be much greater difficulties in fundraising for the organization," Leslie Lenkowsky, a professor with Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, told CNBC in an interview. 

Hillary Clinton "technically has no political prospects ahead of her. They're both important people, but dealing with a past president and future president were attractive to a number of donors," Lenkowsky said. Some of the largest checks came from a range of influential donors like the governments of Norway, Australia and Kuwait. 

"Some of that goodwill will disappear, [and] they will have to raise money the old fashioned way, which is proving they deserve it," he added. 

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sued for telling the truth...

WikiLeaks is taking the fight to the Democratic National Committee, accusing the party of an unprecedented assault on the First Amendment in a legal filing that underlined both the absurdity and the overreach of its lawsuit.

Prosecuting WikiLeaks for publishing “truthful information of public interest” would have a disastrous effect on press freedom, opening the door to prosecution of any and all media organizations that dare to speak truth to power, the embattled publishers wrote.

“All that would remain would be a shell of the First Amendment practiced by a cowed and self-censoring media intimidated by fear of lawsuits designed to deprive the public of its right to information about powerful public figures and entities.”

The DNC filed an ambitious lawsuit against WikiLeaks, the Trump campaign, and the entire country of Russia in April, alleging they all conspired to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. Claiming the publication of the leaked campaign emails was part of a calculated operation to “undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency,” the suit went on to claim the emails contained “trade secrets” whose publication harmed the DNC’s “business” – meaning compensation is in order.


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bitter as ever...

Hillary Clinton appeared on TV proposing China illegally hack into President Donald Trump’s tax returns, prompting Twitter users to question both her ability to move on from her presidential election defeat, and her sanity.

Clinton made the call on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow show Wednesday night, suggesting Democratic 2020 presidential candidates should seek out the help of the “only other adversary of ours, who’s anywhere near as good as the Russians” to hack Trump’s tax returns. 

Ignoring the outcome of the Mueller Report and doubling down on her years of unfounded accusations that Russia colluded with election rival Donald Trump, Clinton said: “Since Russia is clearly backing Republicans, why don’t we ask China to back us?”

“And not only that, China, if you’re listening, why don’t you get Trump’s tax returns?” Clinton continued, echoing comments by Trump in Florida during the 2016 campaign in which he asked if Russia might find Clinton’s deleted emails, but did not outright call for her to be hacked.

READ MORE: ‘Mind-bendingly bizarre’: Barr hearing shows ‘Russiagate’ still has hold on US politics

The fact that Clinton is still peddling a three-year-old ‘Russiagate’ conspiracy theory after it was debunked by the Mueller report, and calling for a foreign power to hack the US president, did not go unnoticed by Twitter commenters, including Kim Dotcom, who called the former secretary of state “salty.”

It appears Hillary was toeing the Clinton family line, as the comments come days after her husband and former US President Bill Clinton questioned how it would be received if a Democratic presidential candidate asked China to hack opponents during the 2020 election.


The main stuff is that Hillary is furious that Trump has enacted her exact program of world conquest after having got elected by promising not to do such a thing — elected on a platform of making friends with Russia. This was shot down in flame quickly: Without Russia as an enemy, the USA is lost at sea. Trump has now learned the "Make America Great Again" means continuing farting/pissing/crapping in the world pool. With Pompeo and Bolton he cannot be out-hawked by the Democrats own hawks. It's likely that Hillary was making a joke of the whole thing on TV, but it shows she is the bitter bitch as ever... And the Democrats CANNOT outgun Trump on policies (so far we have only seen anti-Trumpism from them, nothing else) because the Dems have similar policies, with a bit more pseudo-social dust in them, thus they keep pushing the Russian interference which did not happen. Dems? Get a life... Vote for Bernie.


Meanwhile why not get the CIA and/or the FBI to pass on the Trump Tax Return to Wikileaks? This would be sweeter than sweet revenge, wouldn't it be?...


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