Wednesday, February 12, 2014

and at sites of longstanding ongoing gangsterism...,

ICH |  US Assistant Secretary of State for Europe, Nuland said: “Since the declaration of Ukrainian independence in 1991, the United States supported the Ukrainians in the development of democratic institutions and skills in promoting civil society and a good form of government - all that is necessary to achieve the objectives of Ukraine’s European. We have invested more than 5 billion dollars to help Ukraine to achieve these and other goals. ” Nuland said the United States will continue to “promote Ukraine to the future it deserves.”

We don't know who actually tapped and leaked Nuland's private call to the US ambassador in Kiev, Geoffrey Pyatt. It could have been the Ukrainian or Russian secret services, but, regardless, it was an inspired move to reveal it. For the disclosure, which has been posted on the internet, lays bare the subversive meddling agenda of Washington in Ukrainian internal affairs. Up to now, the Americans have been piously pretending that their involvement is one of a bystander supporting democracy from afar. 
But, thanks to the Nuland's foul-mouthed indiscretion, the truth is out. Washington, from her own admission, is acting like an agent provocateur in Ukraine's political turmoil. That is an illegal breach of international rules of sovereignty. Nuland finishes her phone call like a gangster ordering a hit on a rival, referring to incompetent European interference in Ukraine with disdain - "F...k the EU."
What we are witnessing here is the real, ugly face of American government and its uncouth contempt for international law and norms.

Next up is Wendy Sherman, the Under Secretary for Political Affairs, who is also Washington's top negotiator in the P5+1 nuclear talks with Iran. Sherman is another flinty-eyed female specimen of the American political class, who, like Nuland, seems to have a block of ice for a heart and a frozen Popsicle for a brain.

Again, like Nuland, Sherman aims to excel in her political career by sounding even more macho, morose and moronic than her male American peers.

Last week, Sherman was giving testimony before the US Senate foreign affairs committee on the upcoming negotiations with Iran over the interim nuclear agreement. The panel was chaired by the warmongering Democrat Senator Robert Menendez, who wants to immediately ramp up more sanctions on Iran, as well as back the Israeli regime in any preemptive military strike on the Islamic Republic.

Sherman's performance was a craven display of someone who has been brainwashed to mouth a mantra of falsehoods with no apparent ability to think for herself. It's scary that such people comprise the government of the most nuclear-armed-and-dangerous state in the world. 
Programmed Sherman accused Iran of harboring ambitions to build nuclear weapons. "We share the same goal [as the warmonger Menendez] to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon." And she went on to repeat threadbare, risible allegations that Iran is supporting international terrorism. That is a disturbing indication of the low level of political intelligence possessed by the US chief negotiator.
"Iran also continues to arm and train militants in Lebanon, Gaza, Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, and Bahrain. And Iran and Lebanese Hezbollah continue," asserted Sherman without citing an iota of proof and instead relying on a stale-old propaganda narrative.

The number three in the US State Department went on to say of the interim nuclear deal with Iran: "What is also important to understand is that we remain in control over whether to accept the terms of a final deal or not. We have made it clear to Iran that, if it fails to live up to its commitments, or if we are unable to reach agreement on a comprehensive solution, we would ask the Congress to ramp up new sanctions."

Remember that Sherman and her State Department boss John Kerry are considered "soft on Iran" by the likes of Menendez, John McCain, Lyndsey Graham, Mark Kirk, and the other political psychopaths in Washington. So, we can tell from Sherman's callous words and mean-minded logic that the scope for genuine rapprochement between the US and Iran is extremely limited.
 Sherman finished her performance before the Senate panel with the obligatory illegal threat of war that Washington continually issues against Iran: "We retain all options to ensure that Iran cannot obtain a nuclear weapon."


Vic78 said...

What the hell is up with them and their damn phones? Speak in code or use smoke signals. If you don't have the sense to know your phones aren't secure, there are other careers out there.

BigDonOne said...

What God hath created...?? ...and the Banging is getting Bigger as we speak...

Vic78 said...

Another thing that sucks is that the 4 billion "aid" they get from the US is military. I can't remember but I believe they're made in Pennsylvania. You know what that means; no adjustments can really be made because of jobs making excess weapons the Egyptians don't need. If you try to add a few dollars you're going to hear bitching from all corners. So, the Egyptians are on their own at this point. The US could help clandestinely if they wanted to. That should be something worth looking into.

CNu said...

Help what clandestinely Vic? Feed and subsidize the cost of gasoline for Egyptians?

That's not gonna happen. These busters don't want to subsidize domestic agriculture and feed folk who've lost their seat in musical chairs on the deck of the titanic here at home! That said, shipping some weapons feeds the warsocialist make-work industry in the U.S., and, until hot war breaks out here, there and everywhere to fully adjust the surplus labor pool, there's no solution in sight anywhere.

Tom said...

I watched the whole thing. It's interesting. I don't find it dumb.

It could definitely be better. As it passes the 1-hour point the conclusions start to overreach the evidence presented. A few of the points made aren't so. And by that point in the film dissenting opinions have also disappeared, so nobody points these things out. All this, when it is not simply a case of stating a clear theory to experts -- it is a presentation to the general public. None of those things increase my confidence.

But it does make me want to read up on this stuff sometime.

John Kurman said...

Unless they want this info out there. Call me paranoid - and I am - but this strikes me as a shiny. I don't know what the real issue is, but I do know the real issue is rarely publicized so easily.

Vic78 said...

Could be finding excuses to clean some offices out.

CNu said...

I have no idea how Big Bang talk intrudes into a conversation about the theory of evolution. It sounds "sciencey", and like the 2nd law of thermodynamics, the creation psi-ence element seizes on it as part of its Gish Gallop to sound more impressive.

Interesting Big Bang talk should be reserved for the precincts of theoretical and experimental high-energy physics. F'zample

Could RHIC Strangelets Spawn Doomsday?

Constructive_Feedback said...

Brother CNu:

What is your level of interest in the tragic situation that is happening in the Central Africa Republic?

CNu said...


Like Afghanistan. It's a vast piece of land, sparsely populated with some natural resource wealth.

Let Gawd sort out the natural law victors, and let me know when American equitorial Africom marines can come in and police the resource extraction.


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