Sea Sami, Selkies, Bog Butter, Dogmen, Sea Wolves, Sickness

In his book on the seal people, Gaelic historian John MacAulay puts forward an interesting theory, that the Selkie stories are actually a very old form of oral history. He suggests that for thousands of years, Eskimo type kayakers in sealskin canoes have been travelling down to Scotland from remote Arctic Norway. The Sea Sami, now extinct, were a nomadic tribe of hunter-gatherers that used Eskimo kayaks and technology to hunt and fish.

http://www.elisabethgifford.com/blog/2014/5/3/the-secret-history-hidden-in-the-selkie-story

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https://youtu.be/E-jS4e3zacI

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Ancient denizens of what is now Ireland and Scotland buried stashes of so-called “bog butter” in peat bogs, presumably to stave off spoilage. Thanks to the unique chemistry of those bogs, the stashes have survived for thousands of years. Now, scientists at University College Dublin have conducted chemical analysis and radiocarbon dating of several bog butters recovered from archaeological sites in Ireland. They found that the practice was a remarkably long-lived tradition, spanning at least 3,500 years, according to their new paper in Nature: Scientific Reports.

The researchers also uncovered the first conclusive evidence that Irish bog butters are derived from dairy fat as opposed to being meat-based. According to bioarchaeologist Kristina Killgrove, writing in Forbes, “Previous attempts at analyzing bog butter have come up short, because even though the butter is known to have an animal origin, techniques were unable to distinguish between adipose tissue where lipids or fats are stored and milk fats from ruminants like cows and sheep, particularly on an archaeological time-depth.”

https://arstechnica.com/science/2019/03/study-finds-people-in-ireland-and-scotland-made-bog-butter-for-millennia/

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Alexander Belov, whose book on the wreck, Ship 17: a Baris from Thonis-Heracleion, is published this month, suggests that the wreck’s nautical architecture is so close to Herodotus’s description, it could have been made in the very shipyard that he visited. Word-by-word analysis of his text demonstrates that almost every detail corresponds “exactly to the evidence”.

Ship 17 is the 17th of more than 70 vessels dating from the 8th to the 2nd century BC, discovered by Franck Goddio and a team – including Belov – from the European Institute for Underwater Archaeology during excavations in Aboukir bay, with which the Oxford Centre is involved.

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/mar/17/nile-shipwreck-herodotus-archaeologists-thonis-heraclion

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The problem with evaluating your life based on “joy-sparking” is it’s not a fair judgement, it is only taking into account one thing – happiness. It doesn’t ask if it is the right thing to do, or the necessary thing to do.  If I used this method I would never do laundry again! When people forgo parenthood because they don’t think having children would “spark joy,” they are using happiness as the judge, and who made “happiness” the best judge of life? “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;  A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace” Ecclesiastes 3:1-3. Life must be seen for all its complexity and should not be reduced to happy or unhappy.

Happiness is Not the Standard

Underneath our judgments of life is an underlying belief that life is “supposed to be happy”.  A school of philosophers called Existentialists reject this view of the world. Instead they remind us of the intrinsic difficulty of life.  Jordan Peterson is an existentialist – like Kierkegaard and Dostoevsky before him. Growing up in the military, I traveled the world and saw that poverty and hardship were commonplace. Life seemed so arbitrary and unfair.  When I was a teenager I read The Brothers Karamazov. Dostoevsky portrays suffering as intrinsic to the story of human experience. However, he shows that as we accept the fragility of life we can live life more fully.  

https://philosophyofmotherhood.com/2019/02/22/happiness-is-destroying-parenthood/?fbclid=IwAR0TSX_sohBJ0z278Lw9HTI5o434JKJZow46sK3ByHBcJStFHgMlKb3emwM

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Narrative really is that powerful. You see it in the behavior of social media users, you see it in the behavior of governments, you see it in religions, and you see it in abusive relationships which continue because of the narrative “He’s a good guy underneath it all and he really loves me” even though the facts say “He beats you and cheats on you all the time.” If you can control the stories that people tell themselves about a given situation, then you control those people on all matters pertaining to that situation. Regardless of facts.

Which is why the plutocratic class funnels so much money into buying up media influence, funding think tanks, and other means of narrative control: if you can control the narrative, no amount of facts will deter the mainstream public from going along with your agendas. This is why the behaviors of governments so consistently move in alignment with the interests of this same media-buying, think tank-funding, politician-owning plutocratic class. Whoever controls the narrative controls the world.

https://medium.com/@caityjohnstone/responses-to-this-tweet-show-how-people-fixate-on-narrative-over-fact-b43925719952

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In addition to the long-term stability of the major component of the Anatolian ancestry, the researchers also found a pattern of interactions with their neighbors. By the time that farming had taken hold in Anatolia between 8,300-7,800 BCE, the researchers found that the local population had about a 10 percent genetic contribution from populations related to those living in what is today Iran and the neighboring Caucasus, with almost the entire remaining 90 percent coming from Anatolian hunter-gatherers. By about 7000-6000 BCE, however, the Anatolian farmers derived about 20 percent of their ancestry from populations related to those living in the Levant region.

“There are some large gaps, both in time and geography, in the genomes we currently have available for study,” explains Johannes Krause of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, senior author on the study. “This makes it difficult to say how these more subtle genetic interactions took place—whether it was through short-term large movements of people, or more frequent but low-level interactions.” The researchers hope that further research in this and neighboring regions could help to answer these questions.

https://phys.org/news/2019-03-anatolian-farmers-local-hunter-gatherers-agriculture.html#jCp

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Another account of telepathy and Dogmen was given to the site Week in Weird by a witness calling himself “Zay,” who claimed that he was in regular telepathic contact with Dogmen in the forests of rural Pennsylvania, in the United States. Similarly to the previous report, Zay has said that these creatures are not violent or malevolent in any way, and that although they are frustrated and displeased with humankind, they hold no ill-will or hatred for us. Zay explained of these beings:

https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/04/bizarre-encounters-with-telepathic-dogmen/

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Genesis – Chaos and Order

https://www.jordanbpeterson.com/podcast/episode-19/

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The iconic cover illustration of The New Yorker’s March 29, 1976, issue depicted a “view of the world from 9th Avenue,” starring a massive Manhattan that dwarfed not only other U.S. cities but entire countries, reducing the Pacific Ocean to a band of water not much wider across than the Hudson River.

But New Yorkers aren’t the only ones with a skewed perception of scale or an idiosyncratic sense of geography and place. Humans and other animals behave in ways that suggest they’re mapping out their “view of the world” by emphasizing the information they find valuable.

Two studies appearing in Science today show how deep that bias runs. Both research teams observed how the neurons that compile mental maps of physical space reprogram themselves to better reflect our experiences, activities and priorities. The findings also offer evidence for a link that other scientists have started to uncover: The brain’s way of encoding positional information may extend to the way it organizes volumes of other information to be navigated, including varieties of sounds and abstract concepts like social hierarchies.

https://www.quantamagazine.org/goals-and-rewards-redraw-the-brains-map-of-the-world-20190328/?utm_source=Quanta+Magazine&utm_campaign=c8cf578e59-RSS_Daily_Abstractions_Blog&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f0cb61321c-c8cf578e59-389872809&mc_cid=c8cf578e59&mc_eid=0e1b012064

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For some clues, we should turn to an Old Germanic language called Old Saxon. Its speakers were, quite obviously, related to the people who invaded Britain in the fifth century (compare the term “Anglo-Saxon England”), but the texts from the Saxons who remained on the continent go back to the second half of the ninth century. The main of them, a poem modern scholars call Heliand “The Savior,” is a magnificent retelling of the Gospels. In that poem, the word drōm appears multiple times and has three senses.

https://blog.oup.com/2019/03/perchance-dream-part-one/?utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzRss&utm_campaign=oupblogoxfordetymologist

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From the standpoint of fossils, the hypothesis of our species’ African origin has rested mainly on the discovery there of the oldest remains attributable to Homo sapiens. These include the Herto and Omo skulls from Ethiopia, which are between 160,000 and 180,000 years old. The Qafzeh and Skhul sites in the Near East have provided an important collection of fossils also attributed to our species, which are between 90,000 and 120,000 years old. And yet, the “Out of Africa” hypothesis holds that our species was not able to enter Europe and Asia until some 50,000 years ago, so the presence of Homo sapiens in Israel was not considered dispersion or “exodus” as such.

Over the last decade, however, a significant number of fossils brings the 50,000-year date into question. These include the teeth and jaw found in Daoxian (Fuyan Cave) and Zhirendong, in South China, and the finger bone discovered in Al-Wusta (Saudi Arabia), which place our species outside Africa at least 80,000 years ago, although their presence may even be earlier than 100,000 years ago. With the discovery at a dig in Misliya (Israel) of a human jawbone dating from around 190,000 years ago—this is as old as the oldest African fossils attributable to Homo sapiens—it is becoming increasingly clear that our species was able to adapt to other territories earlier than we thought, although the debate is still open. Arguably, genetic evidence continues to suggest that modern humanity comes mainly from a process of dispersion that took place around 50,000 years ago. That does not, however, rule out earlier forays that may not have left any mark on modern humans—or perhaps we have simply not detected them yet. When we limit ourselves to maps with arrows representing the spread of humans, we may easily forget that hominins do not migrate in linear, directional ways, as if they were on an excursion or march with a predetermined destination or purpose. Like any other animal’s, human migration should be understood as the expansion or broadening of an area of occupation by a group when a lack of barriers (ecological or climactic, for example) and the presence of favorable demographic conditions allow them to increase their territory. The “Out of Africa” migration was probably not a single event or voyage, but rather a more or less continuous flow of variable volume. There may have been various “Out of Africa” movements, and also several “Into Africa,” reentries that are not technically returns, because hominins do not “go home.” Instead, they expanded the diameter of their territory whenever nothing kept them from doing so.

 

https://www.bbvaopenmind.com/en/articles/anthropology-what-we-have-learned-over-the-last-decade/

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They move like ghosts along the shorelines of Canada’s Vancouver Island, so elusive that people rarely see them lurking in the mossy forests.

British filmmaker Bertie Gregory was one of the lucky ones: He saw coastal wolves—also known as sea wolves—in 2011.

“There is something about being in the presence of a coastal wolf—they just have this magic and aura around them,” he says.

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/08/sea-oceans-wolves-animals-science/?utm_source=reddit.com

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I have been rather ill for sometime. Spectre of Eternity surrounds me. Maybe my health is picking up, maybe not, I don’t want to tempt Fate.

For those who are curious to see, here is a long long thesis that I have enjoyed, upon the topic of Lake Ladies. It  holds many secrets within mysteries and mysteries within secrets. Numerous levels or layers of meaning unfolding simultaneously.

http://e.bangor.ac.uk/4123/2/307244.pdf

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684 Responses to Sea Sami, Selkies, Bog Butter, Dogmen, Sea Wolves, Sickness

  1. ulvfugl says:

    The engineering assessment confirms our earlier conclusion. The whole scene as depicted by ‘rebels’ and propaganda organs was staged. The more than 34 dead on the scene were murdered elsewhere under unknown circumstances.

    In its discussion of the OPCW engineering assessment and its suppression by the OPCW management, the Working Group states:

    The new information we have removes all doubt that the organization has been hijacked at the top by France, UK and the US. We have no doubt that most OPCW staff continue to do their jobs professionally, and that some who are uneasy about the direction that the organization has taken nevertheless wish to protect its reputation. However what is at stake here is more than the reputation of the organization: the staged incident in Douma provoked a missile attack by the US, UK and France on 14 April 2018 that could have led to all-out war.

    The cover-up of evidence that the Douma incident was staged is not merely misconduct. As the staging of the Douma incident entailed mass murder of civilians, those in OPCW who have suppressed the evidence of staging are, unwittingly or otherwise, colluding with mass murder.

    https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/05/syria-opcw-engineering-assessment-the-douma-chemical-weapon-incident-was-staged.html#comments

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    The insistence that Hizbullah, Hamas and the IRGC are terrorist groups that may not be maintained or supported is a direct challenge to Iranian sovereignty. As I have previously written, the terrorist designation of these groups makes them legal targets for military action under the US AUMF. Add to these things, the effort to reduce Iranian oil exports to zero and you may well have a situation in which the Iranians decide that they must hit back or accept that they are not the men they thought they were. pl

    https://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2019/05/newt-gingrich-once-explained-to-me-the-basis-against-which-japan-decided-to-go-to-war-against-the-united-states-had-much-to-d.html

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    Despite now near daily anti-Iran bluster coming out of Washington, fueling rising US-Iran tensions, and now with a major “incident” involving the reported “sabotage” attack on Saudi and UAE-docked oil tankers from an unknown perpetrator, leaders in Tehran do not see war on the horizon. Interestingly, the incident involving the Saudi tankers at the Emirates’ port of Fujairah on Sunday came a mere days after the US warned that “Iran or its proxies” could attack commercial vessels in the region — though there’s yet to be blame officially cast over the latest mysterious incident.

    Instead, Iran does see possible desperate attempts at a Psyop in the works: “The US military forces’ deployment in the Persian Gulf is more of the nature of psychological warfare. They are not ready for a war, specially when Israel is within our range,” Iranian Parliament’s Vice-Speaker Ali Motahhari said on Sunday after a closed door session with MPs, according to FARS news agency.

    But the specific mention of Israel as being “within our range” marks a significant counter-threat which could easily make war a reality, now also given the Persian Gulf region is on edge after Saudi Arabia said overnight that two of its oil tankers were attacked while headed near the Strait of Hormuz. Meanwhile the US Department of Energy says it’s “monitoring the oil markets, and is confident they remain well-supplied” amid fears there are efforts to “disrupt shipping,” according to Bloomberg.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-13/sabotage-attacks-saudi-tankers-stoke-fears-war-accident

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    Of course, Iran would have to be utterly irrational to provoke such a sequence of events that culminates with a US campaign against it; so irrational in fact, as to be on par with the false flag chemical attacks staged by the “democratic powers” in Syria on various occasions, whose only purpose was to provoke the Trump administration into launching what were ultimately unsuccessful “regime change” air strikes.

    That said, at this point we would urge readers to go long Brent call spreads, or outright calls, as it now appears that the Trump administration is fully intent on launching a “limited” military confrontation with Iran. Which, considering that Iran’s biggest geopolitical backers are China and Russian, will be anything but limited.

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    Despite now near daily anti-Iran bluster coming out of Washington, fueling rising US-Iran tensions, and now with a major “incident” involving the reported “sabotage” attack on Saudi and UAE-docked oil tankers from an unknown perpetrator, leaders in Tehran do not see war on the horizon. Interestingly, the incident involving the Saudi tankers at the Emirates’ port of Fujairah on Sunday came a mere days after the US warned that “Iran or its proxies” could attack commercial vessels in the region — though there’s yet to be blame officially cast over the latest mysterious incident.

    Instead, Iran does see possible desperate attempts at a Psyop in the works: “The US military forces’ deployment in the Persian Gulf is more of the nature of psychological warfare. They are not ready for a war, specially when Israel is within our range,” Iranian Parliament’s Vice-Speaker Ali Motahhari said on Sunday after a closed door session with MPs, according to FARS news agency.

    But the specific mention of Israel as being “within our range” marks a significant counter-threat which could easily make war a reality, now also given the Persian Gulf region is on edge after Saudi Arabia said overnight that two of its oil tankers were attacked while headed near the Strait of Hormuz. Meanwhile the US Department of Energy says it’s “monitoring the oil markets, and is confident they remain well-supplied” amid fears there are efforts to “disrupt shipping,” according to Bloomberg.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-13/sabotage-attacks-saudi-tankers-stoke-fears-war-accident

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    The boss of an organised crime gang that flooded Swansea with heroin and cocaine bombarded customers who owed him money with terrifying messages.

    Paul Hickman, the man behind the drug peddling operation which ferried “wholesale quantities” of class A drugs to Swansea , was jailed for 12 years on Friday.

    His second-in-command, Joseph Jones, was also jailed for eight years for his involvement after being caught in North Wales with a quarter of a kilo of high purity cocaine and half a kilo of Benzocaine last May.

    The Liverpool Echo has revealed the disturbing text messages Hickman, of Aigburth, Liverpool, sent to his Welsh customers who owed him money.

    https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/drugs-swansea-liverpool-paul-hickman-16269388

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    From Monika Schaefer’s blog:

    “Over a year ago, before being kept for 10 months in Germany as a political prisoner, I had started to gather these passages out of some of my correspondences.

    They are responses to questions or concerns from friends and relatives about the difficult and controversial subject of our (falsely-taught) history. Although these are older conversations, they are completely relevant still, and so I am finally publishing these extracts. Names have been removed to respect privacy.

    One extract:

    “And then there is the holocaust of the German women and children in cities such as Dresden, Hamburg, Cologne, and hundreds more. Dresden was really really bad. It was perhaps one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe, and had not a single military installation.

    It had been spared for most of the war, and hence it was full of refugees, the injured, the old, and women and children. The people believed it would continue to be spared because they could not imagine that anyone, even in wartime, would be so depraved as to target a city of such beauty, with zero military.

    Then on Feb 11, 1945, the Allies, (or ALL Lies as some call them), unleashed a firestorm on Dresden. It was pure hatred and revenge. The Allies knew that Dresden was full of civilians, and they set the city on fire. Then they paused, to allow survivors who hadn’t been boiled alive to emerge from bunkers, and then they unleashed another round of firebombing, watching as the fleeing people got stuck in molten asphalt and spontaneously erupted into flames.

    […snip…] I would guess that some of the British soldiers doing those bombings committed suicide, after seeing what they had just done.”

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    Dear ______,

    Your take on 9/11 sounds pretty much identical to gate-keeper Noam Chomsky. Maybe he is your hero. He was my hero too and I had many of his books. It took me months to come to terms with his role as a major collaborator in the cover-up of what actually happened on 9/11.

    I kept on thinking that maybe he is just senile. A little piece of information on him: he comes out of Tavistock. In short, that is a place that specializes in mind-control and how to induce masses of people into support for going to war [or other agendas].

    We citizens are apparently too stupid to figure anything out, without having a phD.

    [According to you] we can put aside our own abilities to look at something and ask ourselves how much sense something makes, etc. because we are not physicists, so we should not trust our observational and analytical skills either. Okay fine, let’s just talk about coincidences.

    – The fact that such steel-building collapses like the three that happened on 9/11 never happened before or since, unless they were, in fact, controlled demolitions. But three happened that day.

    – The fact that the BBC announced that WTC7 had collapsed, 20 minutes before it actually collapsed. Oops. Wrong timing on the script?

    – The fact that Ehud Barak happened to be in the BBC studios in London while 9/11 was happening, and planted the narrative about Osama Bin Laden, and that America should go to war in Afghanistan. Ehud Barak just happened to be a top-dog in Israel’s military, and he had been Prime Minister of Israel. Just coincidence that he was there?

    – The fact that drills were taking place the day of 9/11, simulating pretty much the same scene that then went live.

    There are quite a few more coincidences, but I could just ask: are you a “coincidence theorist”?

    (please note: the Katana17 blog that Monika links to above has already been suspended by WordPress.

    And just in the last 48 hours, WordPress has banned two other dissident blogs: Chateau Heartiste (probably banned for anti-semitism) and The Ugly Truth, an alternative blog founded by Mark Glenn, was banned because it focused on exposing Zionist crimes across the world, in history and the present time.

    read more:

    https://freespeechmonika.wordpress.com/2019/01/15/letters-to-friends-family/#more-3956

    Posted by: Free Speech Monika | May 12, 2019 9:46:40 PM | 77

    Not rumor but first hand experience. I was in Baghdad in the run up to the 2003 bombing with an antiwar group that Scahill and his colleague at the time, Jackie, were part of. The group was repeatedly told not to randomly photograph without a minders permission, as Iraq security could be threatened. All agreed to comply. At that time, Iraq was still under heavy intl sanctions and the city shut down after dark. No cars, no public transport, no music or partying by the Tigris. So dead quiet at night that coyotes would run down the deserted streets howling. Totally eery. But what did Scahill do? One night a couple weeks before US troops invaded, Scahill and an “ex- US Army photographer” Joel Preston Smith, snuck out in the dead of night with cameras, tripods and lights to take ‘tourist shots’. Muckbarat caught them after the midnight hours outside filming the Oil Ministry, Baath Party HQ, Republican Guards bases, the Information Ministry and other “routine tourist sites.” Rather than jail them and risk an intl incident, the Iraq govt expelled them as spies. Scahill gave those pix to whom? What the hell was he doing?? I said to a fellow peacenik: “Jeremy just assured himself Big career success once he gets back to the states. Look for him to shoot to the top.” Funny he got a contract soon after to do an expose on Blackwater. How? After Abu Ghraib, the pressure was on to investigate the perps who tortured and interrogated alot of those prisoners. Having Arabic language skills and Palestinian ‘experience’, alot of the brutal sessions were executed by Israeli exIDF /Mossad working for Israel contractors CACI & Titan. They needed to divert attention off Israel’s crimes in Ghraib. So Blackwater became the lightning rod instead, with Jeremy contracted to do the book. Was Scahill told of his obfuscatory role for Israel? I doubt it, probably just offered it as a great book deal and didnt know how he was used. But in Baghdad? He well knew exactly what he did.
    None of Scahill’s career as phony opposition has relieved the impression that he is an agent. His treatment of Mother Agnes and Syria clinched the deal. Scahill is a fraud and probably worse. Only a fool would trust this snake with his life. Which is what these naive whistleblowers did. How unfortunate honest whistleblowers ended up in jail because of this opportunist.

    Posted by: K2 | May 13, 2019 2:00:31 PM | 82

    Posted by: K2 | May 13, 2019 2:00:31 PM | 82

    I checked the part of your story I could check and that part was disinformation.

    CACI and TITAN have certainly ties to the Israeli military complex the way all of the US military complex have but they are US American. The torture was US American.

    Main thing: Contractors played a role but not the leading role – that role was played by US military intelligence.

    And the US are known to have used Arab secret services for torture – rendition was not done via Israel.

    Egypt has always been the worst. If Abu Ghraib torture was similar to anything it was to what was known from Egypt – including the dogs.

    So whatever the Blackwater book was intended to deflect from, it was not Israel.

    For the rest of your story, I am intrigued how people highly critical of main stream media believe anonymous posters if it suits their prejudice.

    Posted by: somebody | May 14, 2019 5:39:44 AM | 86

    https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/05/us-government-indicts-another-intercept-source.html#c6a00d8341c640e53ef0240a486c863200d

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    Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels carried out drone attacks on two Aramco pipeline booster stations, a strike that was intended to disrupt world oil supplies, according to Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih.
    Al-Falih told Saudi-funded news agency Al-Arabiya that the attacks targeted two pipeline booster stations between the Eastern province and the city of Yanbu.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-14/houthi-drones-attack-aramco-pipeline-booster-stations

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    “It is hard to overstate the significance of this revelation,” tweets former British MP George Galloway of a new report by the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media (WGSPM).

    “The war-machine has now been caught red-handed in a staged chemical weapons attack for the purposes of deceiving our democracies into what could have turned into a full-scale war amongst the great-powers.”

    “An important #Douma #Syria ‘Assad chemical weapon attack’ development and yet more evidence to suggest the ‘attack’ was staged, as it’s now revealed that @OPCW suppressed expert engineers report that found the cylinders were likely not dropped from the air,” tweets former Scotland Yard detective and counterterrorism intelligence officer Charles Shoebridge.

    “The engineering assessment confirms our earlier conclusion,” the excellent Moon of Alabama blog writes.

    “The whole scene as depicted by ‘rebels’ and propaganda organs was staged. The more than 34 dead on the scene were murdered elsewhere under unknown circumstances.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-14/leaked-document-pokes-more-holes-establishment-syria-narrative

    We are being lied to about Syria. Anyone who believes unproven assertions about governments targeted for toppling by the US-centralized empire has failed to learn the lessons of history. The Syrian government had literally nothing to gain strategically from using chemical weapons in Douma, a battle it had already won, and knew full well that doing so would provoke an attack from the empire. Douma was occupied by the Al Qaeda-linked Jaysh Al-Islam, who had at that point nothing to lose and everything to gain by staging a false flag attack in a last-ditch attempt to get NATO powers to function as its air force.

    If you still believe at this point that the Syrian government dropped poison gas on Douma last year, then I’ve got some Iraqi WMDs to sell you.

    But Isaac did not commit suicide. It is clear from the growing body of testimony that Isaac was murdered in the USA child trafficking capital of Arizona by opportunists who seized his last testimony as grounds for another ‘two bullets to the back of the head’ scenario.

    https://fionabarnett.org/2019/05/16/fiona-barnetts-eulogy-to-isaac-kappy/

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