Lizard Does SPOT ON Impersonation of Hillary Clinton at DNC Convention!

by Scott Creighton

It’s PERFECT. How could a lizard have seen her performance? How could he have recreated it with such finely tuned perfection to detail? Maybe she’s a lizard? Inquiring minds want to know. All I know is, that ridiculous sycophant playing Killary on SNL has NOTHING on this lizard! He nailed it.


Iraqi “Federal Police” Death Squads Steal Tents and Water from Refugee Families from Mosul – Leave them Exposed and Thirsty in the Desert

by Scott Creighton

People walk past an empty ground that used to house tents at a camp for for displaced people in the village of Tinah

Walking past plots that used to house 175 of the 200 tents set up there for the refugee families, people spoke of the families being in the tents when the Iraqi Federal Police units moved in and stole them.

Talk about being on the wrong side of history… again.

Just outside Mosul in al-Tinah Iraq, there is a refugee camp set up for displaced families fleeing the violence taking place just a few miles away. Oxfam is providing wash basins and blankets to the hundreds of families forced to live there. Last week the UN delivered truck loads of bottled water to these families in an effort to keep them from dying from dehydration. Apparently everyone knows just how dangerous exposure and dehydration is to young children.

So what does the US Coalition partner Iraq do to help these families? They send in the Federal Police Rapid Response Unit to steal the tents and the water from the families so they can ship that stuff back to a coalition base, QWest, in the nearby town of Qayyarah.

“But when The Telegraph visited a camp in the town of Tinah, near Qayyarah in northern Iraq, this week it was told by local Iraqi police guarding the site that soldiers had come and loaded the tents on to their trucks and left.

They were coming from Baghdad, they said they were the rapid response unit,” said one officer who did not wish to be named to protect his identity.“They said they needed them as they didn’t have enough at their base.

“I begged them not to take them as the refugees here have nothing, but they ignored me and I couldn’t stop them.”

The troops took around 175 of the 200 tents, which were provided by the Iraqi ministry of displacement and migration, and sent them on to the QWest base they share with US troops in the nearby town of Qayyarah.” The Telegraph

The report states that the tents were occupied, many with the families physically inside them, when the Iraq Federal Police units came in and stole them. They also stole the large water bins that literally mean life or death for the refugee families.

Some of the families were thrown out of their tents while they were still in them,” said one refugee at the camp.

“Children were left without homes, again. They have had to move in with others and it is very cramped.”

The troops also took eight Unicef water tanks serving the some 300 families at the site, all of whom have recently fled fighting in their home towns and villages around Isil’s stronghold of Mosul. The Telegraph

Iraqi Federal Police units came to this refugee camp and stole the water and the shelter from families leaving them to suffer and die in the desert. And these are the assholes we are helping in Iraq? Are you kidding me?

Most of the tents were already empty but some 30 families still living here are now staying in 26 tents

Children playing where their tents used to be

This is sickening… but it gets worse.

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What is Going On with Wikileaks? Assange MIA, MacFadyen Dead and the CIA Honeypot Trying to Tank the Clinton Campaign? What Gives?

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE 10/25/16: Cryptome Deletes Tweets from Our Conversation Yesterday After I Mention Founder’s Lifelong Association with CIA: @Cryptomeorg is a CIA Honeypot

UPDATE: Please see UPDATE at end of article which details Cass Sunstein’s involvement in the creation of Wikileaks. Then read about Sunstein and his work on the cognitive infiltration of the alternative dissident movements.

I’ve been asked on several occasions about what I think is going on with Wikileaks and all these document dumps they are releasing trying to derail the Hillary train, at least in terms of appearances, when in fact we all know that Wikileaks is a CIA honeypot designed to:

  1. aid various regime change propaganda as needed by influencing the more left-wing of the alternative media outlets
  2. serve as a black hole for real leaks from real whistle-blowers when they make the mistake of trusting Wikileaks and sending something to them

Wikileaks was established in 2006 at a time when real whistle-blowers like William Binney, Russ Tice, Mark Klein (Room 641A ) and a few others were starting to make things really difficult for our glorious leaders who had a totally different world in mind for us to live in. You may also recall in 2004 the story of Abu Ghraib broke complete with leaked photos depicting horrific torture being conducted by our troops who were running the detention center.

So in 2006 something needed to be done in order to keep real whistle-blowers from getting their stories on the front pages of every news paper and website in the country and thus, Wikileaks was born. The idea of a honeypot was hatched.

They got Julian Assange to act as it’s front-man. A sleazy character, who, like most other assets they procure for such operations, had a long history of criminal behavior and a strange history of being forgiven for it.

“As a teenager in Melbourne, he (Assange) belonged to a hacker collective called the International Subversives. He eventually pled guilty to 24 counts of breaking into Australian government and commercial websites to test their security gaps, but was released on bond for good behavior. His official bio describes him as “Australia’s most famous ethical hacker.” In the years that followed, Assange helped write a book about his exploits in the online underground and says he went on to become an investigative journalist for Australian and British newspapers.” Mother Jones, 2010

In 1987, part of the folklore of Julian Assange has him hacking the Pentagon at the tender age of 16. Four years later in 1991, he was caught hacking an Australian multinational telecom company and arrested. He was charge with 31 major hacking crimes and later, in 1996, he pled guilty to 25 of those. 25 felony charges. He was released for “good behavior”

What was that “good behavior” you ask?

In 1993 Assange gave technical advice to the Victoria Police Child Exploitation Unit and assisted with prosecutions.[37] In the same year he was involved in starting one of the first public Internet service providers in Australia, Suburbia Public Access Network

That’s right. He got his mind right and helped the system bust other criminals.

It should also be noted that when Wikileaks first started up, they openly admitted they were run by a bunch of Chinese dissident “hackers”. These are the same types of “hacktivists” who work for groups like USAID and the Soros’ Open Society Foundation who work to promote regime change in various countries on behalf of the CIA and the masters of the universe. Julian Assange describes his ideology as being in support of market libertarianism. Yeah, free market neoliberalism.

I am certainly not the only one out here who sees Wikileaks and Assange for what they really are.

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US-led coalition strike killed dozens of civilian mourners 30km from Kirkuk – Russian MoD

(I’ve been hearing reports all evening that “ISIS” attacked someone just outside Kirkuk as a “distraction” from Mosul. I thought “a distraction? what would that do for them?” Turns out… ah…)

from RT

The Russian Ministry of Defense says that the US-led coalition is responsible for striking mourners in the Iraqi city of Daquq on Friday, killing dozens of civilians, including women and children.

The coalition jets apparently identified the mourning procession as Islamic State terrorists, said General Igor Konashenkov, spokesperson for the Russian Defense Ministry.

“Judging by the eyewitness accounts, the mourning procession was mistaken for terrorists by the coalition aviation. Dozens of Iraqi civilians died, including women and children,” Konashenkov said.

“Russian reconnaissance pinpointed two jets conducting airstrikes on Daquq, located 30 kilometers to the south of Kirkuk, where, according to our data, there are no ISIS fighters,” he added.

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Joe Biden, Doing His Best Rainmaker Act, Says Our Fascist Oligarchy is Based on “Trust” and Trump is Going to Spoil Everything

by Scott Creighton

VP Joe Biden, a Clinton campaign surrogate, is angry that someone would DARE insinuate that our election system is rigged and that we don’t actually live in a democracy. He says it detracts from the “good news” we should be reading like our high school graduation rate increasing to the highest it’s been in history (that’s because all those for-profit charter schools mass produce idiots and rubber stamp them as “graduates” with students barely knowing how to read, much less teaching them how to think for themselves).

According to Biden, there is a sacred “trust” that Donald Trump is undermining when he suggests the election system, and the whole system in general, is rigged against the will of the people. He delivered his little speech with that phony, slimy pedophilesque “deep emotional passion” that better befits a rainmaker or a faith healer than it does a Vice President of the United States.

“its a threat to the democratic process which is based on (clasp hands together and look pleadingly to audience) TRUST. No democratic process can be sustained without a sense of TRUST”

You have to TRUST us and the oligarchs of this country that everything is fine and that the will of the people will be done. That’s what he is saying.

And no, we don’t.

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Clinton Journalist Has Meltdown After His Russian Conspiracy Theory Is Debunked

from the Observer  (emphasis is mine)

In August 2016, Politico reported top Democrats held a conference call discussing damage control surrounding future releases from WikiLeaks, apparently deciding to collectively allege the leaks will include fabricated content. In a desperate and sloppy attempt to create a link between Russia and Donald Trump, Newsweek writer Kurt Eichenwald wrote an article titled “Dear Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, I am not Sidney Blumenthal.” The article claimed the publication Sputnik and Trump coordinated an attack on Hillary Clinton.

In reality, Sputnik news editor and Georgetown graduate Bill Moran rushed to publish a story about a WikiLeaks email in which Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal copy and pasted an Eichenwald article about Benghazi and sent it to Clinton campaign chair John Podesta. Moran misidentified the writer of the piece as Blumenthal, and quickly wrote and published a story about it. Trump tweeted the article, and cited it during a speech at a rally in Pennsylvania.

Once Sputnik became aware the article had misinterpreted the email, they removed it. Eichenwald, without researching what had happened, claimed Trump citing the article was proof of a conspiracy between Trump and Russia. Eichenwald’s article was used by Clinton partisans as evidence WikiLeaks had released fake documents.

Moran attempted to reach out to Eichenwald to correct his story. Eichenwald blocked him on Twitter, and the two engaged in bizarre correspondence via email, which was later published by Paste Magazine and confirmed as legitimate by Eichenwald.

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DNC Lawyers Argue No Liability: Neutrality Is Merely ‘Political Rhetoric’

UPDATE: You know what Bernie does as a result of this betrayal from the DNC? He runs around raising millions of dollars for them. I guess he had to something for that new cottage by the lake he bought. His supporters should sue Bernie as well.

(Let me see if I got this straight: you have a woman running for president who is extremely unpopular because she is a proven habitual liar. You have that same candidate pulling ahead with the female vote because 9 other women came forward just recently and lied about decades old interactions with the other candidate. And you have Debbie Wasserman Schultz who lied to the entire party and all the party faithful when she and the DNC claimed they would give the other candidates for the nomination a fair shot at winning and they now claim we can’t hold them accountable because all those Bernie supporters KNEW she would lie and steal the nomination for her friend Hillary Clinton. All of that and the MSM is out there lying on an hourly basis about Trump doing whatever they can to ensure that lying woman candidate becomes president. Does that about sum it up? It’s a real shame and embarrassment that this woman is going to go down in history as our first female president. Just look at what it took to usher her into office. When she is sworn in, historically speaking, it will truly be a bad day for the better half of our species.)

from the Observer

Democratic National Committee (DNC) lawyers responded on October 14 in support of their motion to dismiss the class action lawsuit against the DNC and former chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, maintaining that a fair and balanced Democratic primary is just a “political promise.”

“Courts have uniformly rejected attempts to litigate on the basis of purported political promises, including ‘statements of principle and intent in the political realm’” wrote the DNC lawyers. “These decisions have not always been explicit in their reasoning, but they reflect the long-standing judicial understanding that, because they inherently raise serious questions of justiciability and threaten core First Amendment rights of political speech and association, “[p]olitical squabbles are not as easily resolved in federal courts as are some other disputes.” Wymbs v. Republican State Exec. Comm. of Fla., 719 F.2d 1072, 1077 (11th Cir. 1983) (citing Baker v. Carr, 369 U.S. 186, 281-85 (1962)); see also Berg, 574 F. Supp. 2d at 529 (“[V]oters are free to vote out of office those politicians seen to have breached campaign promises,” but “[f]ederal courts … are not and cannot be in the business of enforcing political rhetoric”); Dornan v. U.S. Sec’y of Def., 676 F. Supp. 6, 7 (D.D.C. 1987) (holding action based in part on political promise nonjusticiable); see also O’Brien v. Brown, 409 U.S. 1, 4-5 (1972); Irish v. Democratic Farmer-Labor Party of Minn., 399 F.2d 119, 120-21 (8th Cir. 1968)”

The DNC lawyers’ argument here is that the charter’s demand that the chair and DNC staff remain neutral throughout the Democratic primary is a political promise, similar to policy proposals made in campaign platforms that aren’t fulfilled when in office. The lawyers cite an argument made in another court case stating that voters are free to vote out politicians. In their initial motion to dismiss the lawsuit, DNC lawyers argued Bernie Sanders supporters were aware the DNC and Wasserman Schultz were biased against their candidate. Now their argument is a neutral DNC and DNC chair are just political promises, leaving voters susceptible to the deception that the DNC would treat Clinton and Sanders equally. The lawyers argue liability only applies to consumer-merchant relationships.

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(Pardon me for asking, but doesn’t a party member’s donation to the DNC fall under that category of “consumer-merchant relationships“? and therefore, wouldn’t that argument in and of itself set up the DNC for another lawsuit filed on behalf of Bernie voters who donated to the Democratic National Committee? Just a thought.)