|To: ggersh who wrote (63055)||11/20/2019 11:36:44 AM|
|From: Litore Lapis|
|Yep, the circus is nearly in full swing. I met quite a few Tory voters though... They are focused on Brexit. |
I would describe the situation as fluid... and can change even in the last few days.
I like to use the BBC's review of the facts ... we know which way they are skewed.
Does not look to be a Tory landslide at the moment. -g-
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|To: Litore Lapis who wrote (63056)||11/20/2019 12:32:05 PM|
|I'm hoping the people get it right |
Last night watching the "Crown" being the anglophile
I am and it was during 1964 when Wilson became PM
and the rumors were that he was a "Russian" spy...ROFL
how they used Russian not Soviet.......Hmmmmmm
subtle propaganda everywhere
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|From: ggersh||11/20/2019 2:51:51 PM|
Trump Notifies Congress More Troops Headed To Saudi Arabia As Carrier Enters Hormuz
Tags: COVER-UP/DECEPTIONS/PROPAGANDA CURRENT EVENTS DICTATORSHIP IRAN ISRAEL MIDDLE EAST SYRIA TURKEY WAR/DRAFT/VETERAN AFFAIRS
So much for drawing down in the Middle East. President Trump notified Congress on Tuesday that more American troops are en route to Saudi Arabia, which will bring their overall numbers to about 3,000 in the kingdom.
"These personnel will remain deployed as long as their presence is required to fulfill the missions described above," the president said in a letter.
The official White House notification of Congressional members described the American military presence there as essential in countering Iran's influence in the region.
"En Route" means, having been formally deployed, and on the way.
The only question left is, how soon they will arrive, or how many of these 3,000 troops have already reported for duty?
But to be honest, the timing of this increase in the US military presence in Saudi Arabia concerns me greatly.
Very few celebrations are more iconically American than is Thanksgiving, happening next week, with Americans chowing down on the traditional Thanksgiving meal, and watching football in rapt attention.
One has to wonder if the IDF doesn't have a "false flag" scheduled for right around this holiday, to be blamed, of course, on Iran and Syria, and off we go.....
I hope I am completely wrong on this but, when it comes to geopolitical ploys, timing...is everything.
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|To: Litore Lapis who wrote (63061)||11/22/2019 4:30:52 PM|
|Caitlin nails it!|
This is the same Guardian which published a ludicrous report about Assange potentially receiving documents as part of a strange Nigel Farage/Donald Trump/Russia conspiracy, a claim based primarily on vague analysis by a single anonymous source described as a “highly placed contact with links to US intelligence”. The same Guardian which just flushed standard journalistic protocol down the toilet by reporting on Assange’s “ties to the Kremlin” ( not a thing) without even bothering to use the word “alleged”, not once, but twice. The same Guardian which has been advancing many more virulent smears as documented in this article by The Canary titled “Guilty by innuendo: the Guardian campaign against Julian Assange that breaks all the rules”.
A look at how sleazeball journalists at the Guardian tried to 'Russiagate' Assange t.co
— Defend Assange Campaign (@DefendAssange) March 25, 2019
You can see, then, how ridiculous it is for an outlet like The Guardian to now attempt to wash its hands of Assange’s plight with a self-righteous denunciation of the Trump administration’s extradition request from its editorial board. This outlet has actively and forcefully paved the road to the situation in which Assange now finds himself by manufacturing consent for an agenda which the public would otherwise have found appalling and ferociously objectionable. Guardian editors don’t get to pretend that they are in some way separate from what’s being done to Assange. They created what’s being done to Assange.
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