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9 hours ago, Cliff Varnell said:

We’re all students of hidden history here.

I actually pulled one off.

My legacy will stand when the names of my detractors are but dust in the mouths of the dead.

The Wikileaks project established a radical non-violent direct action platform designed to level the playing field between the people at large and self-serving elite interests. It has been, in other words, a rather “punk rock” activity. Wikileaks detractors and now persecutors represent exactly these self-serving elites, with an attendant track record of lies and mendacity. It is therefore disappointing that you have, by choosing to endorse the narratives of Assange’s persecutors,  allied yourself with such retrograde evidence-free positions.

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Hey Jeff,  I remember Jim use to scold the forum by saying " I can't believe no one here has even said anything about"-- something that was happening like Alex Jones getting kicked off of Facebook!

So Jeff,  I'm wondering if you're slipping. How come you haven't  mentioned anything  about Kevin Clinesmith pleading guilty to making false statements? I can imagine that story spread like a wild fire throughout every nook and cranny of Canada,  from the Yukon Gold country to the tundra town of Yellowknife!  At least for now, it looks like the contagion of the American "Deep State" is being temporarily held in check. I can only imagine an horrendous weight taken off the shoulders of you and your countryman. Right?

Please share your thoughts!!!

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2 hours ago, Ron Bulman said:

Not to deride BLM or Michelle in any shape form or fashion but I thought Bernie and Kasich stole the show as far as powerful messages.  Multiple moving statements from common people.  Jmo for the few people who might have watched.

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On 8/15/2020 at 12:17 PM, Jeff Carter said:

There is no "proven collusion" and this continues to stand as a pathetic smear. Assange is being slowly killed in prison because he helped reveal serious war crimes during his practice of an admittedly radical journalistic practice. Other senior Wikileaks personnel are now also being targeted. Any pretence to progressive or enlightened standing by CV has been cancelled due to his repeated citation of this key Russiagate lie.

A primary purpose of the Russiagate hoax was to steer domestic opposition towards exactly the sort of lame centrist Democrat ticket seen today. This after Trump’s election kicked open the biggest opportunity for true progressive change in the Party seen in decades. An opportunity completely squandered after the energies were redirected into a phoney “meddling” and “collusion” narrative.

Next up will be an intensification of censorship and surveillance directed at true progressives and other political opposition, based on false or exaggerated allegations, as proposed in the UK but reflecting the stance of Congressional Democrats and supported by the legacy media in the US.

“It calls expressly and repeatedly for the security services to be actively involved in “policing the democratic space” and castigates the security services for their unwillingness to interfere in democratic process. It calls for tough government action against social media companies who refuse to censor and remove from the internet material it believes to be inspired by foreign states.”

The Russian Interference Report, Without Laughing

https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/08/the-russian-interference-report-without-laughing/

Geez, Jeff,  let's see how you spin this one...

(I'll get some popcorn.)   🤥

 

Trump’s 2016 campaign chair was a ‘grave counterintelligence threat,’ had repeated contact with Russian intelligence, Senate panel finds

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/senate-intelligence-trump-russia-report/2020/08/18/62a7573e-e093-11ea-b69b-64f7b0477ed4_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-high_intel-11am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory-ans

 

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Wonder where Biden and Harris stand on Edward Snowden?

Regard's Trump's wag the dog announcement dangle of a possible pardon for Snowden, I wondered if maybe Putin got word to Trump that they were tired of paying Snowden's living and security expenses?

Donaldsky malyshka, please, save us some rubles and get this nakhlebnik out of our hair.

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5 hours ago, W. Niederhut said:

Geez, Jeff,  let's see how you spin this one...

(I'll get some popcorn.)   🤥

 

Trump’s 2016 campaign chair was a ‘grave counterintelligence threat,’ had repeated contact with Russian intelligence, Senate panel finds

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national-security/senate-intelligence-trump-russia-report/2020/08/18/62a7573e-e093-11ea-b69b-64f7b0477ed4_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-high_intel-11am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory-ans

 

First, this is the wrong thread.

Second, the sensationalist headline does not accurately reflect the article’s collection of conflicting partisan opinions.

Third, the Committee appears to have portrayed both the FBI and CIA as hopelessly and utterly inept and incompetent, which seems a far greater scandal than the alleged Russian meddling.

I believe the information will prove current circa 2018, but long since eclipsed and/or revised.

Take this to the Zaid thread if you wish.

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1 hour ago, Jeff Carter said:

First, this is the wrong thread.

Second, the sensationalist headline does not accurately reflect the article’s collection of conflicting partisan opinions.

Third, the Committee appears to have portrayed both the FBI and CIA as hopelessly and utterly inept and incompetent, which seems a far greater scandal than the alleged Russian meddling.

I believe the information will prove current circa 2018, but long since eclipsed and/or revised.

Take this to the Zaid thread if you wish.

With all due respect, Jeff, you were just reiterating your "no collusion" Russia-gate spiel on this very thread.

As for our debates on the Mark Zaid thread, you claimed that Konstantin Kilimnik was not a GRU agent.

The Senate concluded that he is, indeed, GRU.

The Manafort-Kilimnik relationship seems to be central to the "collusion" issue, and Manafort stonewalled Mueller to the bitter end on it.

As for claiming that this is a "partisan" Report, nonsense.  Richard Burr and the GOP controlled the Senate Intel Committee from start to finish.

My only suspicion about this Report is that it is being released now, before the election.  Not sure why the Republicans did that.

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2 hours ago, Joe Bauer said:

Wonder where Biden and Harris stand on Edward Snowden?

Regard's Trump's wag the dog announcement dangle of a possible pardon for Snowden, I wondered if maybe Putin got word to Trump that they were tired of paying this Snowden's living and security expenses?

Donaldsky malyshka, please, save us some rubles and get this nakhlebnik out of our hair.

Even if pardoned, I doubt Snowden will ever return to the US.

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36 minutes ago, W. Niederhut said:

With all due respect, Jeff, you were just reiterating your "no collusion" Russia-gate spiel on this very thread.

As for our debates on the Mark Zaid thread, you claimed that Konstantin Kilimnik was not a GRU agent.

The Senate concluded that he is, indeed, GRU.

The Manafort-Kilimnik relationship seems to be central to the "collusion" issue, and Manafort stonewalled Mueller to the bitter end on it.

As for claiming that this is a "partisan" Report, nonsense.  Richard Burr and the GOP controlled the Senate Intel Committee from start to finish.

My only suspicion about this Report is that it is being released now, before the election.  Not sure why the Republicans did that.

enjoy a triumphalist victory dance on the Zaid thread and I’ll provide the popcorn fodder there

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So the world meet's Kamala tomorrow.  Don't know if anyone else watch tonight.  A mixed bag.  The nominating process was unique to say the least but kind of cool, hearing Bernie getting votes.  With that and his speech last night it may persuade a few.  Bill's getting old, losing his voice.  Kerry was surprisingly strong.   So was Powell and Mrs. McCain.  The diversity and personal stories were the high points to me.  

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17 hours ago, Ron Bulman said:

So the world meet's Kamala tomorrow.  Don't know if anyone else watch tonight.  A mixed bag.  The nominating process was unique to say the least but kind of cool, hearing Bernie getting votes.  With that and his speech last night it may persuade a few.  Bill's getting old, losing his voice.  Kerry was surprisingly strong.   So was Powell and Mrs. McCain.  The diversity and personal stories were the high points to me.  

I thought this was the high point of the evening. Leave the guns. Take the calamari. 😀

https://www.boston.com/news/politics/2020/08/19/rhode-island-calamari-dnc-video

 

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