more jewish shit

Pindostan imposes sanctions on alleged Syrians
Joel Schectman, Cynthia Osterman, Reuters, Feb 23 2017

The Treasury Dept on Thursday placed two alleged leaders of Jabhat al-Nusra on its sanctions blacklist. They said the two men, Iyad Nazmi Salih Khalil and Bassam Ahmad al-Hasri, helped oversee Nusra’s operations in Syria. Their action orders Pindo companies to cut off all ties with the men and freeze any assets. As of last year, Khalil was the group’s #3 man, strengthened its security and intelligence operations responsible for assassinations and ran prisons notorious for torture, they said. Though it controls less territory and manpower than Daesh, they view Nusra as a continuing threat. It now calls itself Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, since severing its ties with AQ last year. Separately, they blacklisted a Syria-based company, Mechanical Construction Factory, for its alleged ties to a Syrian government agency that produced alleged ‘non-conventional weapons’.

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yours is the real fascism, jew global overclass

penalties for reporting that trump was right on sweden

Banned HuffPo Contributor: Trump “Must Go Through Hell Every Day If This Is How The Press Is Behaving”
ZeroPointNow, Zero Hedge, Feb 23 2017

What happens when a prolific progressive Huffington Post contributor deviates from the narrative and publishes an article admitting Donald Trump was correct about something? HuffPo deletes the article and bans the guy, of course! Norwegian journalist, author, and world traveler René Zografos had the audacity to suggest that Donald Trump was telling the truth about Sweden’s ongoing nightmare related to the violent tidal wave of predominantly North African refugees. Zografos wrote:

It’s well known for Scandinavians and other Europeans that liberal immigration comes with drugs, rapes, gang wars, robbery and violence. Additional to that we see the respective nations cultures fading away, for good and for bad.

Hours after publication, the article was gone and Zografos’ access to the HuffPost was revoked.

When reached for comment, Zografos’ told iBankCoin:

I just think this it’s a silly behavior, and actually a bit scary, because free press is crucial in our world. I don’t always agree with Trump, but he must go through hell everyday if this is how the press is behaving.

For the liberal media to actively ignore, suppress, and lie about what’s going on in Sweden (which now has a grenade problem of all things, which did not exist prior to 2012) is beyond the pale. Between no-go zones, riots, news crews being assaulted, and a recently earned reputation as the “rape capital of Europe,” all of which have been vehemently denied by the MSM and the hypocritical Swedish government, the level of propaganda and cover-up is astounding. In the meantime, Mr Zografos granted iBankCoin permission to republish his now-deleted article in its entirety:

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Sweden has huge problems because of liberal immigration policy

Many journalists around the world are eager to condemn Donald Trump no matter what. When he tweeted about immigration in Sweden few days ago, the social media exploded. Most of the opponent said that Trump had made up the immigration problem Sweden are having. They are wrong. Only hours later, there was a riot of violence and destruction by immigrants in the capitol of Sweden, Stockholm. The police were forced to use live fire to put and end to it. In Malmö, in the south of Sweden, they have struggled with gang violence and lawlessness for years. So when Trump talks about Sweden having an immigration problem, he is actually spot-on. It’s well known to Scandinavians and other Europeans that liberal immigration comes with drugs, rapes, gang wars, robbery and violence. Additional to that we see the respective nations’ cultures fading away, for good and for bad. But the immigration problem is not only a Swedish predicament. The truth is, that several European cities have huge immigration problems where even the police force is afraid to interfere in some locations in these cities. UK, France and several other European countries are changing rapidly with extreme quantities of immigration. I’m not saying immigration is only bad, but a lot of problems come with poor immigration policy: as consequences we get violence, terror and gangs. The fact is that the press here in Europe hasn’t been doing their job properly. There is this fear among journalists of reporting the basic truth, which is that Europe has enormous problems that come from liberal immigration politics, as we now can see in Sweden, and also in Norway. But it’s not politically correct for journalists to say or write that immigration in Europe is unsuccessful. When that is said, most of the people that come from other countries are behaving flawlessly and are a gift to our society, but then again, to report that everything is all good is simply wrong, and these journalists should find another job, because they do not have enough of the integrity that is required to be decent journalists. – renezografos.com

lisa goldman’s scum, with uncle tom ellison at the head of them

Demagog National Committee convenes to pick a new leader
Niles Niemuth, WSWS, Feb 24 2017

The 447 members of the Demagog National Committee are gathering this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia to pick the next leader of the Demagog Party’s official governing body. The Demagogs have been debating how best to appeal to those who voted for Trump in the next round of elections as they choose a new DNC leader. The discussion has been almost entirely technical and mechanical, paying more attention to rural areas or Appalachia or the Midwest. The candidates all act as though the mass alienation from the Demagog Party among working people had nothing to do with its embrace of right-wing anti-working class policies: attacks on public education, savage budget cuts at the local, state and federal level, cover-up for police violence, promotion of militarism and war. They have nothing to say about the fact that Obama’s was the first Pindo administration to be at war every day for eight years. What mainly concerns the Demagogs, as loyal political servants of big business, is how to head off and derail the social opposition which has erupted in nearly daily protests against the Trump administration’s reactionary policies and at raucous congressional town hall meetings across the country. For that reason, all the candidates have postured as “left” opponents of the Trump administration, claiming to advocate intransigent resistance even while the Demagogs in Congress prepare to collaborate with the new administration. All of the candidates embrace the anti-Russian campaign being waged by sections of the military-intelligence apparatus, with the backing of congressional Demagogs, some congressional Thugs, and the bulk of the corporate media, portraying Trump as the puppet of Putin. The political purpose of this campaign is to hijack the popular opposition to Trump and turn it in a reactionary, pro-war direction.

The next chairperson of the DNC will be responsible for raising money for Demagog election campaigns as well as overseeing the party’s presidential primary process. The previous chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, resigned after emails showed that the DNC had intervened in the 2016 primaries to assist Clinton against Sanders. The race to succeed Donna Brazile, who replaced Schultz on an interim basis last July, initially attracted nearly a dozen candidates, seemingly one for every subgroup which the Demagog Party addresses through the medium of identity politics: a gay man, a black woman, a black Muslim man, a white woman from a “red” state, a Hispanic immigrant etc. But the race has narrowed considerably. Minnesota Representative Keith Ellison and Tom Perez, the secretary of labor in the Obama administration, lead a field of four candidates who qualified for the final vote by winning the support of at least 20 members of the DNC. Both claim the upper hand going into the weekend and both have received endorsements from leading Demagog Party leaders as well as the trade unions. A survey of DNC members by The Hill published on Wednesday found that Ellison had the advantage with 105 committed supporters to Perez’s 57. Another survey found Perez with a slight lead. Perez received a late boost when the likely third-place candidate, Jaime Harrison, chairman of the South Carolina Demagog Party, with the claimed support of 27 members of the DNC, dropped out and endorsed the former labor secretary. Harrison’s withdrawal means that only two other candidates will appear on the ballot besides Ellison and Perez. Pete Buttigieg, the 35-year-old mayor South Bend, Indiana, received the endorsement of former DNC chairman Howard Dean on Wednesday. In the candidates’ debates and forums, Buttigieg boasted of his service in the Navy, having served a tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2014, as well as the fact that he is the first openly gay executive in a Midwestern state dominated by the Thug Party. Also running is Sally Boynton Brown, chair of the Idaho Demagog Party, and the only woman to qualify for the ballot. If, as expected, no candidate receives the necessary 224 votes to win on a first ballot, balloting will continue until one candidate achieves a simple majority, with the lowest-placed candidate being eliminated in each round of balloting after the second.

Ellison has been endorsed by Sanders and Warren. He has also been backed in his bid to lead the DNC by the AFL-CIO, UAW, Unite Here, United Steelworkers, and Locals 1199 and 32BJ of the SEIU. He has also been endorsed by a number of “left” organizations in the orbit of the Demagog Party including the Demagogic Socialists of Pindostan, the Progressive Demagogs of Pindostan, and the Working Families Party. Perez on the other hand has received the backing of the bulk of his former colleagues in the Obama administration, having been all but endorsed by Obama in January. He has been endorsed by Joe Sixpack, Eric Holder and Valerie Jarrett. As Obama’s Labor Secretary, Perez worked with the unions to smother social opposition. For these services he has received the endorsement of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, the United Farm Workers and the United Food and Commercial Workers. While media reports generally describe Ellison as the “progressive” candidate and Perez as the “establishment” candidate, there is almost no difference between them on policy. Nor does their contest reproduce exactly the lines of the Sanders-Clinton contest for the presidential nomination last year. Ellison, as a sitting member of the House of Representatives, has more support among congressional Democrats, including Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer and former Senate Minority leader Harry Reid, both of whom backed Clinton. Perez has the support of nearly all the Demagogs who served with him in the Obama administration. The campaign itself has drawn little popular interest or even notice outside of the core of Demagog Party functionaries and operatives. At a friendly debate style event Wednesday night hosted by CNN and at regional forums over the last several weeks the Demagogs have displayed their demoralization in the wake of Trump’s victory and amazement over the wave of protests.

anglo-jewish bullying & intimidation (lisa goldman without the telepathy)

How UK’s Jewish Labour Movement tries to intimidate journalists
Ali Abunimah, Electronic Intifada, Feb 24 2017

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Jewish Labour Movement chair Jeremy Newmark apparently wants people to believe he is unconcerned by EI’s reporting on his organization’s pro-Israel advocacy within the UK’s opposition Labour Party. While he feigns nonchalance in public, Newmark’s organization had its lawyers send a “private and confidential” letter to my colleague Asa Winstanley in a blatant attempt to intimidate him and EI from doing our work as journalists. But before I get to that, let’s look at what Newmark says in public. On Feb 21, EI published Winstanley’s article “How the Israel Lobby is using Owen Jones.” It argues that the Jewish Labour Movement’s invitation to Jones, a prominent ‘left-wing’ Guardian columnist, to keynote one of the group’s events, is part of a bigger strategy backed by Israel to drive a wedge into the Palestine solidarity movement. The strategy, articulated among others by the influential Israeli Reut Institute, calls for pro-Israel groups to attempt to co-opt so-called soft critics of the state to separate them from “hardcore” critics, meaning principally supporters of the BDS movement. Winstanley argues that Jones, who opposes the Palestinian civil society call for boycott of Israeli academic and cultural institutions complicit in rights violations, will perform the role of soft critic at the Jewish Labour Movement event. In an exchange on Twitter after the publication of the article, Newmark denied an accusation by a Twitter user that the Jewish Labour Movement receives Israeli government funding. I intervened in the exchange to emphasize that Winstanley’s report had never made such an allegation.

Newmark publicly claimed that he doesn’t have time to contest all the alleged errors in EI’s reporting, but just a week before his tweet, the Jewish Labour Movement’s lawyers took the trouble to send a warning letter to Winstanley when he was working on another story related to the group. That story, headlined “Jewish Labour Movement director investigated for violent threat,” was published on Feb 15. The previous day, Winstanley sent an email asking for comment to Newmark, the Jewish Labour Movement chair, and to the group’s director Ella Rose. The following morning, Winstanley received an email from a general Jewish Labour Movement address stating:

Dear Asa, Thank you for your email. JLM will be responding shortly.

When no further reply came, EI proceeded with publishing the article, which mentioned:

Rose did not reply to a request for comment. The Jewish Labour Movement said it would issue a response, but it was not forthcoming by time of publication.

Then, within minutes of the article being published, Winstanley received an email from the London law firm Taylor Wessing with a letter attached. The letter attempts to spin the circumstances under which Labour Party officials investigated Rose over comments she made that were recorded by an undercover Al Jazeera reporter as part of its series The Lobby. The lawyers claim that the “suggestions” Winstanley made in his email requesting comment from Rose were “false and defamatory.”

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The Jewish Labour Movement has not contested EI’s published reporting on the Labour Party investigation, which stemmed from a complaint by several members over comments Rose made that she would be able to physically “take” fellow Labour Party activist Jackie Walker using Krav Maga, an Israeli army hand-to-hand fighting technique. Walker is a Jewish anti-Zionist and anti-racism activist. Rose expressed the hope that her critics and perceived enemies would “die in a hole.” Rose is a former head of the Israeli government-funded Union of Jewish Students. From there she went on to a job at the Israeli embassy, where she worked directly with Shai Masot, the senior political officer revealed by Al Jazeera to have been plotting to “take down” a senior UK government minister critical of Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. Following her time at the embassy, Rose went on to her current position as director of the Jewish Labour Movement. Rose is now standing as a Labour Party candidate in local government elections in May:

It was EI’s public exposure last September of Rose’s embassy role that sparked her foul-mouthed outburst that was filmed by Al Jazeera’s undercover reporter. Using expletives, she called her critics “anti-Semites, the lot of them.” Speaking to the reporter, who she knew as pro-Israel activist “Robin,” Rose lashed out in vulgar terms at Winstanley, the author of the article exposing her embassy role. As EI reported, Iain McNicol, the Labour Party’s general secretary, closed the investigation without taking action against Rose. However, he conceded:

Some of the language which Ms Rose is filmed using does fall below the standards expected of Labour Party members.

One of the complainants called McNicol’s investigation a “whitewash.” Jeremy Newmark has a history of being economical with the truth. He became leader of the Jewish Labour Movement in Feb 2016. But what most Labour Party members may not know is that he has long been a leader in the UK’s Israel lobby. In 2013, an employment tribunal dismissed as false evidence Newmark gave about alleged anti-Semitism at the University and College Union as it discussed a potential academic boycott of Israel. The academic staff union had been the target of a long-running lawsuit alleging “institutional anti-Semitism.” The case was dismissed on all counts. The employment tribunal ruled that the lawsuit was “an impermissible attempt to achieve a political end by litigious means.” Newmark was a key witness against the union. The tribunal judges rejected as “preposterous” his claim in an answer to a lawyer’s suggestion that he had tried to force his way into a union congress, that a “pushy Jew” stereotype was being applied to him. The tribunal judges wrote that they had “rejected as untrue” evidence that Newmark gave on the witness stand. The judges also rejected as “utterly unfounded” testimony by another witness that Newmark had been “Jew-baited.” As the judges found, Newmark was not allowed to enter the closed meeting because he was not a member of the union. The real reason for the lawsuit was that union activists had called for debate of the Palestinian call to boycott Israeli academic institutions. Newmark’s campaign against unions that dare express solidarity with Palestine continued in 2013. In his capacity as director of the British Jewish Leadership Council, he said his organization was “liaising closely with the government of Israel” in a similar failed lawsuit against public sector union Unison. Speaking at the Big Tent For Israel conference in 2011, Newmark encouraged pro-Israel activists to join unions to be “a voice for Israel” and combat boycott motions, saying:

If you’re not in a trade union and you’re able to join one, join one! When you see these resolutions appear, speak out!

Newmark stated in 2010 that under his direction, the Jewish Leadership Council “contributed heavily to the compilation” of a report by the Reut Institute that set out a strategy for Israel to sabotage and attack the Palestine solidarity movement. Jeremy Newmark has a history of making false accusations of anti-Jewish bigotry as part of his efforts to silence and discredit the UK Palestine solidarity movement. It is clear that EI’s reporting is hampering the Jewish Labour Movement’s effort to obscure its role as a pro-Israel lobby group within the Labour Party. Letters from lawyers and other intimidation tactics will not deter us from pursuing our work.

ahem bitchslaps yeah

That was from the comments to this when it reappeared at Zero Hedge:

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How you know you picked the right candidate:

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i’ve substituted ‘mccabe’ for ‘anonymous source’ throughout

FBI refused White House request to knock down recent Trump-Russia stories
Jim Sciutto, Evan Perez, Shimon Prokupecz, Manu Raju, Pamela Brown, CNN, Feb 24 2017

FASCHINGSTEIN – The FBI rejected a recent White House request to publicly knock down media reports about communications between Donald Trump’s associates and Russians known to them during the 2016 presidential campaign, Deputy Director A McCabe claims to CNN. But the White House said late Thursday that the request was only made after the FBI indicated to the White House it did not believe the reporting to be accurate. The White House sought the help of the FBI to say that the reports were wrong and that there had been no contacts. The reports (on trhe contacts) were first published by the NYT and CNN on Feb 14. The direct communications between the White House and the FBI were unusual because of supposed ‘decade-old restrictions’ on such contacts, said MCCabe, and such a request from the White House is a violation of procedures that limit communications with the FBI on pending investigations. The discussions between the White House and the FBI began with McCabe and Priebus on the sidelines of a separate White House meeting the day after the stories were published, said McCabe. The White House initially disputed that account, saying that McCabe called Priebus early that morning and said the NYT story vastly overstates what the FBI knows about the contacts. But the White House later corrected their version of events to confirm what McCabe had said. The White House said that Priebus later reached out again to McCabe and Comey, asking for the FBI to at least talk to reporters on background to dispute the stories. McCabe says he didn’t discuss aspects of the case, but wouldn’t say exactly what he told Priebus. Comey rejected the request for the FBI to comment on the stories, claimed McCabe, because the alleged communications are the subject of an ongoing investigation. The White House did issue its own denial (on Feb 14), with Priebus calling the NYT story “complete garbage.” Preibus said on Fox News Sunday last weekend:

The NYT put out an article with no direct named sources that said that the Trump campaign had constant contacts with Russian spies, basically, you know, some treasonous type of accusations. We have now all kinds of people looking into this. I can assure you, and I have been approved to say this, that the top levels of the intelligence community have assured me that that story is not only inaccurate, but it’s grossly overstated and it was wrong. And there’s nothing to it.

CNN has previously reported that there was constant communication between high-level advisers to Trump, Russian officials and other Russians known to US intelligence during the summer of 2016. Several members of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees tell CNN that the congressional investigations are continuing into those alleged Russian contacts with the Trump campaign, despite Priebus’ assertion that there is nothing to those reports. It is uncertain what the committees will eventually find and whether any of the information will ever be declassified and publicly released. But the push to investigate further shows that Capitol Hill is digging deeper into areas that may not be comfortable for the White House. The Trump administration’s efforts to press Comey run contrary to DoJ ‘procedure memos’ issued in 2007 and 2009 that limit direct communications on pending investigations between the White House and the FBI. The 2009 memo reads:

Initial communications between the [DoJ] and the White House concerning pending or contemplated criminal investigations or cases will involve only the Attorney General or the Deputy Attorney General, from the side of the Department, and the Counsel to the President, the Principal Deputy Counsel to the President, the President, or the Vice President from the side of the White House.

The memos say the communication should only happen when it is important for the President’s duties and where appropriate from a law enforcement perspective. A DoJ spox said Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reviewing the memos and that “the Department is following the guidelines in its communications with the White House.” The White House and the FBI declined to comment publicly for this story. The effort to refute the CNN and NYT stories came as increasing numbers of congressional members were voicing concern about Russia’s efforts to influence individuals with ties to Trump. On Feb 17, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence held a briefing with Comey. It’s unclear what was said, but senators suggested there was new information discussed about Russia. Sen James Lankford of Oklahoma, a member of the committee:

Every briefing we go through we gain new information.

Lankford declined to be more specific about the briefing. Sen Angus King of Maine also declined to reveal what was discussed during the Comey briefing. In response to a question on Priebus’ strong denial of the claims, King said he was “surprised” that Priebus would be “that categorical.” Rep Eric Swalwell of California, a Demagog member of the House Intelligence Committee, said the goal of his panel’s inquiry is to follow “leads wherever they go even if they may be uncomfortable to Republicans.” Swalwell said:

The Pindo sheeple will want to know if the President had personal or financial ties to the Russian government.

how could anybody vote for a stinking old corrupt whore like pelosi?

degeneracy

Orgy Enthusiast Bill Maher Defends Statutory Rape
ZeroPointNow, Zero Hedge, Feb 23 2017

What an interesting turn of events. Days after outspoken Trump supporter Milo Yiannopoulos appeared on Bill Maher’s panel of idiots, where he was subject to a liberal hit job, the left decided to execute operation McMuffin; a collaboration between liberals and former CIA “never-Trumper” Evan McMullin to strategically release dredged-up, flippant remarks Milo made about homosexual grooming, which led to a canceled book deal and his resignation as tech editor for Breitbart. With over 1500 sex trafficking and child exploitation arrests in the first month of Trump’s presidency, this was clearly the left’s desperate attempt to try and insinuate some sort of hypocrisy on the right concerning pedophilia. The MSM wasted no time attacking Milo, executing a strategy which surely can’t backfire:

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Salon even deleted a pro-pedophilia article so they wouldn’t look like total hypocrites when they ran an story quoting Bill Maher, who took credit for kicking off the Milo smear campaign:

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Hours later, thanks to 4chan and Reddit, the tides are turning and Bill Maher’s about to get blown the fuck out. The 61-year-old host of HBO Real Time attends a $75k/yr elite LA sex club and is a huge fan of pedophilia, as long as the abuser is a woman, as he told Playboy in 2007:

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This isn’t the first time Maher has defended statutory rape. While the official DSM definition of pedophilia has an age cut-off of 13, the HBO host vehemently defended former teacher and convicted statutory child rapist Mary Kay Letourneau for having a sexual relationship with one of her students which began when the boy was 12, firmly putting Maher’s advocacy for the relationship into pedophile territory. Notice how Henry Rollins is completely on point:

Karma Bill, karma. Oh, and about that sex club mentioned earlier, it appears Maher is into some Eyes Wide Shut shit. While normally I wouldn’t care, the hypocrisy of his ivory tower judgment of a gay conservative, and the fact that he piled on and took credit for kicking off Milo’s “downfall” for the exact same practice he’s advocated several times, makes it fair game to point out that the HBO host loves him some expensive orgies. The sex club also has an interesting initiation:

At a swanky party in a Beverly Hills mansion last Saturday, I spot Bill Maher in a sea of beautiful young women and make my approach. “Are you a Leo?” I ask the host of HBO Real Time, eyeing a lion pendant around his neck. “No, they make me wear this stupid thing because I’m a member,” he replies, stroking the back of his date, a pretty younger woman in a short black leather dress. Single men pay $1,85 or $1,500 if they come with a female partner. For the erotic elite, there’s an annual Dominus membership for $75k which includes admission to all parties, a sterling silver necklace with a lion pendant, private rooms at parties, and access to Lawner’s network of sex experts. Dominus members sign a “blood oath” involving blood and a paper document to join, but Lawner won’t go into details.

The crickets are warming up for yet another prolonged silence from the MSM. AIDS tests are in the back of the store at the pharmacy counter, Bill.