1. Many people who read this site and especially those who watch Stephen Coughlin’s videos with focus on the information battle-space will recognize the following video as an unusually sharp, clear example of all of what has been said about infiltration and subversion of various law enforcement agencies. In this case, the FBI. And in fact, it explains quite well why the FBI behaves as it does.
This is, as Maj. Coughlin has said repeatedly, letting the enemy set your policies and strategies for you. Its nice to see such a clear cut example of these ideas in action, even though it is profoundly disturbing.
2. What an interesting photo this is!
4. Here is one portion of a very interesting twitter timeline:
Agenda anyone? pic.twitter.com/RXTTL9h6dT
— ?Anna? (@anna_938) January 14, 2018
How did CBC manage to get a full report about a cut piece of cloth within 45 minutes of the event? Its almost like they had it ready in advance.
5. Speaking of ready in advance…
6. Thanks to a series of tweets by UN Watch, The New York Times issued a correction on Monday to an article that appeared to minimize and mock the countries who refused to support a resolution criticizing America for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
“On Wednesday, the United States Mission to the United Nations held a cocktail reception for the nine countries that voted against the resolution in the General Assembly’’ The New York Times originally wrote, making sure to cite the names, apart from the U.S. and Israel, of “Guatemala, Honduras, Togo, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Nauru and Palau.”
The clear message: the U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley held a reception for seven ridiculous little countries, and only those would support the U.S. and Israel.
Thank you EB., M., Yucki, Xanthippa, Wrath of Khan, Malca, MissPiggy and so many more.
More to come.