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Murder in the SunMorgue
by Denis O'Brien, PhD

Who killed hundreds of Syrian children in Ghouta, Aug21|2013? How, and why?

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News (that) Bites
from Around the World

Sep03|2016


Logophere's under-reported news stories for
the week of Aug 27-Sep02, 2016

1
Oliveria, Brazil:  Asteriod QA2 just missed us. But if you missed it, 
that's OK, it's coming back. As you prepare for its return, 
don't forget to stock up on adult diapers.

Why the hell is nobody talking about this?? This space rock just flew by us a whole lot closer than the moon -- one of the closest misses in decades -- and the MSM has not said a word. Were I not an addict of the low-life Daily Fail, I would not now be bringing this important space-news to your attention. 

But what is not being discussed in even the few reports I can find is that this rock is now in orbit around the sun and its solar year has been calculated to be 350 earth-days. Space.com  Note that our solar year is 365.25 earth-days. That can only mean that this time next year we're going to be in very nearly the same positions, only 15 days difference. Will that 15 days mean that QA2 will be closer or farther away when we encounter it next year at (nearly the) same place, same time?


2
USDC, SDFL:   Why is this defendant called "Wasserman Schultz"?  

Surely just because Obama's administration has made an art of the double-tap method for killing civilian Afghanis with drones, that doesn't mean that Democrat politicians are entitled to double-tap surnames. Debbie, if you want both names pushed into the public's face, you gotta' hyphenate them. I mean even Hillary Rodham Clinton is almost always called "Hillary Clinton," at least when she's not being called "idiot" or worse.

The link above is to Wall Street on Parade and is a pretty good discussion of the reasons Debbie Schultz has been sued by over 1000 plaintiffs in-waiting.  And here's WSOP on the high-end Jews sitting in Schultz's hot-tub. 

I previously noted that Bill Moyers previously noted that this toxic Jew from Miami has "opened the floodgates for Big Money, brought lobbyists into the inner circle and oiled all the moving parts of the revolving door that twirls between government service and cushy jobs in the world of corporate influence."  IOW Schultz acts like the AIPAC operative she is. She exemplifies everything that is busted in American politics today. A more accurate brand employing a double-tap surname would be "Debbie Yisrael-firster Schultz." Maybe that's a triple-tap.


3
NY, NY:   Clinton-whiner Andrew Napolitano, who once had all the answers on Clinton 
and her prosecution, now has no answers at all

Where is the grand jury indictment of Hil that "Judge Nap" so forcefully predicted?  Where is the Saturday Night Massacre and retaliatory leaks from FBI agents now that the indictment didn't happen, which Nap also preditcted

In his most recent call-in to FOX pandering eunuch Stuart Varney, link at number above, Nap finally answers a FOX anchor's questions about Hil truthfully: essentially he says "you're guess is as good as mine."  Yes, that has been true since the scandal broke and Nap began pontificating on it: Napolitano has never known anymore about it than anyone else.  At least now he's admitting that. 

Interesting, isn't it, how Napolitano so rarely appears in person during his FOX interviews since he has been outed as an utter buffoon by James Comey's refusal to seek indictment of Hil? It is an embarrassment to FOX that Stuart Varney even goes to the trouble to get him on the hook. 


4
Long Beach, CA:  Did the West Coast dockworkers just cancel Christmas?

Members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union out on the West Coast do OK, with lower annual incomes in the $100,000 range and $300,000 or more for upper level people -- and a whole lot of perks for everybody.  The base pay for unloading ships is more than a lot of doctors and lawyers make. But because last year was one of those having 4 digits, the longshoremen thought they were entitled to even more money, and by slowing down unloading ships just before Christmas, they got it in spite of shipping dropping off considerably in the last few years.

On Wednesday this week the giant South Korean shipping company Hanjin -- one of many shipping companies that pay those dock workers -- gave up its efforts to restructure its debt.  They announced bankruptcy and all hell quietly broke loose. Half a million shipping containers full of Christmas inventory are floating around the Pacific rim in various stages of limbo. And it's not just that the inventory in those containers that is of concern, the containers themselves are needed to ship more inventory. Retailers and shippers alike are going to have to scramble to keep the flow of bling and plastic moving across the Pacific. On Aug20|16 Jackie Northam at npr reported on the downturn in shipping and how shipping rates have "plummeted" over last year. But over the last few days trans-Pacific shipping rates have exploded 3x over last year.

Of course, Hanjin is only one of many shipping companies working the Pacific who face decreased traffic and increased costs, such as increased salaries of ILWU members. So the flow-on effect may be more serious than just 500,000 containers taken out of circulation. A sense of panic is percolating in some of the reports on this problem. Sandra Kennedy, president of the Retail Industry Leaders Assoc. has asked the White House to step in before globalization and the ILWU punch a hole in the US economy and turn Black Friday very, very red. 

Thomas Friedman unavailable for comment.

More:  MorningStar ~ Vancouver Sun ~ National Post  


5
Tel Aviv, Israel:  Ben Gurion's megalomaniac plans for 
Yisrael are still destroying the Middle East

Haganah was one of a number of Jewish terrorist organizations that participated in the rape of Palestine in the early 20th century. It's leader at the time was David Ben Gurion, who became the first president of Yisrael.  On May24|1948, a few days after Yisrael declared its "independence" (from whom?), Ben Gurion addressed Haganah leaders and ordered them to destroy the Middle East in the name of Yisrael. 

Haaretz has recently published an English translation of part of that speech, link above.  Here is part of what Ben Gurion ordered his generals to do. Eliyahu, Maklef, Yigal Allon referred to in the quote were all bloody Haganah terrorist-leaders.

We must organize Eliyahu’s brigade to direct it against Jenin in preparation for the Jordan Valley. ... Maklef needs to receive reinforcements and his role is the conquest of southern Lebanon, with the aid of bombing Tyre, Sidon and Beirut. ... Yigal Allon must attack in Syria from the east and from the north. ... We must establish a Christian state whose southern border will be the Litani [River]. We will forge an alliance with it. When we break the strength of the [Arab] Legion and bomb Amman we will eliminate Transjordan too, and then Syria falls. And if Egypt still dares to fight, we will bomb Port Said, Alexandria and Cairo.

Yisrael had no air force at the time.  The references to "bombing" are references to terrorist actions against government that were in the Middle East long before the Ashkenazi Jews like Ben Gurion started swarming in from Russia and Poland. "Transjordan," which Ben Gurion wanted eliminated, is today the West Bank; that objective hasn't changed one whit. Neither has the objective of destroying Syria, which is why US Special Forces and Air Force operations are now engaging Syria's defenders.

If  US taxpayers took the time and the trouble to understand how Palestine was destroyed -- and is being destroyed -- by institutionalized Yisraeli terrorism, perhaps those taxpayers would not be so complacent about the billions and billions of their tax dollars being sent to support the apartheid regime of Yisrael. 

Go to If Americans Knew for the historical facts.  


Denis R. O'Brien, PhD/Esq.
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