Monthly Archives: June 2019

USG’s Bizarre Change of Position in the Roger Stone Case by Larry C Johnson

There is zero forensic evidence in the public arena that supports the US Government’s assertion that the Russian Government hacked the DNC. In fact, the forensic computer evidence that is available indicates that the emails from the DNC were downloaded … Continue reading

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Open Thread 29 June 2019


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“Hasta la victoria siempre!” Che Guevare (and De Blasio)


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RUSSIAN FEDERATION SITREP 27 JUNE 2019 by Patrick Armstrong

PUTIN DIRECT LINE. (Eng) (Rus) Deep in the weeds, this one: trash (apparently piling up since Soviet times), healthcare, maternity and child care issues, farming, corruption (declining said Putin, it's the inevitability of punishment that matters), over-zealous inspectors, protecting Russia's … Continue reading

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The Myth of Russian Media Influence by Larry C Johnson

Republicans and Democrats, along with almost all of the media, have accepted the lie that the Russians engaged in unprecedented “interference” in the 2016 Presidential election. It is a ridiculous proposition and is based on a presumption rather than actual … Continue reading

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How the OPCW’s investigation of the Douma incident was nobbled – Working Group on Syria

Paul McKeigue, David Miller, Jake Mason, Piers Robinson Members of Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media 25 June 2019 1 Summary 2 Introduction 3 The Fact-Finding Mission in Syria 4 The boss: Sébastien Braha 5 The Team Leader: Sami … Continue reading

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"The great Bilderberg secret of 2019 had to do with why, suddenly, the Trump administration has decided that it wants to talk to Iran `with no preconditions.' "It all has to do with the Strait of Hormuz. Blocking the Strait … Continue reading

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The gathering of the knuckledraggers (my people)

I have to be careful in my choice of words with you pilgrims and assorted fellow travelers.   In my narrow world a "knuckledragger" may be heavy handed but is not necessarily without virtue. I am more and more convinced that … Continue reading

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The IC and the Civil Service laws.

There have been a number of comments on SST on the subject of  a general purge of people from the national agencies.  From the comments I understand that the commenters know nothing of the Civil Service laws of the US.  … Continue reading

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Is the Iranian nuke weapons program an illusion?

There is so much rubbish said about the supposed Iranian nuclear weapons program that it is a good idea to "review the bidding." about this. Iran does have a nuclear power program, but: "In 2012, sixteen U.S. intelligence agencies, including … Continue reading

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