Hillary Clinton IS The Guardian 982

Hillary Clinton is American, owned by financial interests to whom she is completely in thrall, a rabid neo-conservative warmonger, completely uncritical of Israel and focused for any claim to be progressive entirely on identity politics. Which is also a precise description of today’s Guardian newspaper. The once august and intellectual title is now a shrill cheerleader for far right Blairites and wealthy American feminists.

The Guardian is as unabashed in its support for Clinton as in its support for the Blairites. The stream of “feminist” articles about why it would advance the cause of women to have a deeply corrupt right winger in the White House is steadily growing into a torrent. It is a perfect example of what I wrote of a month ago, the cause of feminism being hijacked to neo-conservative ends.

Bernie Sanders is not perfect – nobody is. But he understands that obscene and still burgeoning wealth inequality is the greatest problem of western society, and that the state framework supporting crazed banking structures is the root cause of this. The support for him is a sign of the inevitable popular reaction to the extreme inequality of society. Sanders is channelling that reaction effectively.

The establishment therefore circles its wagons around Hillary Clinton. The hope is that women can be persuaded it is an act of misogyny simply to stand in her way. The other great establishment hope is that the Democrat party machinery is so strong in black communities, that black Americans can be in effect ordered to vote for a woman who epitomises the system which disadvantages them, rather than an apostle of genuine change in the economic order. I retain hope the establishment may find that black Americans are cleverer than that.

The machinery used to manipulate identity politics – racial and gender – is all that Clinton has. If Clinton beats Sanders, it will be the perfect demonstration of the fact that identity politics has become the enemy of progress in society.

In the field of identity, Bernie Sanders would be the first non-Christian President of the United States. Would that not be wonderful in a country whose politicians feel the need to genuflect to swarms of religious evolution-denying nutters who believe foreign wars are good because they presage the Rapture?

And would it not be great if the first President since Carter not in thrall to Israel were Jewish?

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  • Habbabkuk (Are you a person of interest?)

    “MH-17 (which now the Dutch now concede was brought down by the regular Ukrainian forces)”

    Any source(s) for that, Tony M ? (not Voltairenet or Globalresearch, please).

  • Ba'al Zevul

    It’s your eyes or reading comprehension RobG. If you cannot follow without reduction to buzzwords, catchphrases, slogans and bullet points to make it easy for you…(continues uninterruptedly for 23 lines)

    Paragraph breaks are helpful, though, and if you can’t write without hitting the Enter key,blahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblah and you risk losing the readers attention.

  • Macky

    @JSD, no need to make a distinction between intellectual leadership and political leadership, General Public Opinion on any issue is as the term implies open to influences generally, not just to those seeking votes. I’m not saying that you have to be a “nasty piece of work” or that you need to abandon intellectual honesty, quite the opposite, but just to not turn the other cheek, people perceive this as weakness & a negative trait, whereas returning justifiable retribution is admired & appreciated. Political Correctness has become yet another tool for the right-wingers, they pay lip-service to it but indulge in very unPC behaviour themselves, but even worse is that they use it to censer & shut-up opponents; words have power because correctly used they portray reality, so to call a MP who supported the recent wars in the ME, a “blood stained war monger”, is not acting like a “nasty piece of work”, yet such words & accurate expressions are called “ungentlemanly” or “inflammatory” or “controversial” etc as a pretext for suppressing criticism. Again this is mirrored here, blatant resident trolls complain about being called as such, yet a spade is a spade is a spade, and things needs to called-out for that they are, otherwise we all end-up inhabiting a reality-detachment fantasy world cushioned against the real world, as has happen to the House of Commons.

    Funny that you try to portray Galloway as not successful (!), his record of electoral successes is matched only by very few others, and this was mostly achieved despite the constant vilification of the MSM & the Establishment. It’s beyond dispute that if it was Corbyn who had had to face the US Senate Committee on corruption charges, his career would have ended there & then, simply because meekly answering yes & no, and making polite sentences would not have convinced anybody !

    @Resident Dissident, nice of you to identify yourself to the newer members here ! 😀

  • Ba'al Zevul

    Hmmm… I like a socialist who looks like a socialist.


    * Iranian state-owned Press TV weekly news show (£1,650 per hourly programme) – £100,650

    * Beirut-based Al-Mayadeen TV (£3,000 per 90-minute programme) – £96,000*

    * Russia Today TV (£1,600 per two-hour programme) – £62,400

    Well, of course it’s to reach a wider audience, and nothing to do with being paid by states inimical to UK policy to assist their equally nasty causes. But where? Is his target audience of London voters permanently glued to RT and PTV? Because I don’t think the swing voters he needs are reading anything more challenging than the Sun. (We can take it that Mail readers are hardly going to swing)

    Still, we’re now assured that The Killing$ of Tony Blair, his magnum opus, is complete and ready for general release in a multiplex near you. The London mayoral election is on May 5th. Mystic Ba’al guesses TKoTB will hit the screen in the last week of April, in the hope that it will demolish Blairism so thoroughly as to pull in some Labour voters. Although that would imply that there is an ulterior motive: that Galloway has effectively crowdfunded his election campaign. Perish the thought.

    Will any major distributor extend a cautious bargepole to touch TKoTB, anyway?

    Will Galloway seduce the Corbynite Tendency from Corbyn’s supporter, Sadiq Khan, who was Britain’s first Muslim cabinet member (and is no Blairite)?

    * I acknowledge his support for the Palestinian cause. But that’s remarkably nice beans all the same.

  • Chris Rogers


    You points, as ever are most valid, and as I hoped I’ve pointed out I was one of those who sought to get Corbyn elected Labour’s leader, if only to put an end to Blairism that had undermined both internal democracy within Labour and defanged its PLP by having nice folk elected as MP’s without any fire in their bellies. Being nice does not equate to being up to the job as Parliamentary democrat is highly confrontational like it or not.

    The UK media is having a field day about Corbyn failing to land punches on Cameron, they portray him as weak and ineffectual, despite compared to many Parliamentary peers he really is a man of principle, as is David Davis despite being a Tory. Our media mocked Miliband, and now they mock Corbyn and whilst it is most unfair, regrettably we do not inhabit a fair world. Hence, my preference for bruisers, who can not only give as good as they get but are able to do so with a passion. Again lets look at Nye Bevin as a classic example, whom far from turning voters away from Labour managed to attract many to the cause and cause havoc within Tory ranks, as he did within Labour’s too.

    Lets face facts, the Tories were able to blame Labour after September 2008 for a global recession that originated in the USA and Labour failed to address this complete fabrication, quite the reverse after 2010 they too embraced austerity, which as my good friend Prof. Steve Keen details was the last thing our country needed. Could you for an instant imagine Nye Bevin allowing the Tories to get away with such a whopper and talking politely about it?

    Of course not, for here was a man who called it out as it was, hence his famed ‘lower than vermin’ attitude to the Tories. Sometimes to reclaim the working class vote back its necessary to talk the language of the working class, which is not as sensitive as those souls who are very much middle class.

    Now, despite a nice middle-class university education I remain loyal to my roots and have no issue with utilising language of my working class peers – indeed, I first came across Chomsky for his work on linguistics and not for his attacks on the US political system and its imperialism.

  • nevermind, it might be interesting

    The principal participants in the Peace conference in Vienna want to achieve a cease fire within a weeks time, that is to say that Russia and the US do not want to stall their bombing during the cease fire, but they would like to call it a cease fire on the ground.

    What a load of sophistry.

    PS If Ms. Benghazi Clinton is to loose another pre selection battler to the tune of 38% to 60% plus for Sanders, she will be toast. We will see a bit of money coming behind Sanders, as it stands at present she has the combined MSM/internet and social network operators eating out of their hands.
    Just an example, our minuscule taxpayer Google comes up with a positive Clinton link in first place, if one googled the word ‘Bernie’.

    I mean that’s like looking up the word coffee in a dictionary and end up looking at the word spoon or sugar.
    Sanders has a mountain to climb, but if he trounces her once more in a state that she would/should have won, she’s toast.

  • Ba'al Zevul

    Sometimes to reclaim the working class vote back its necessary to talk the language of the working class…

    I think the definition, if there is one, of ‘working class’ has shifted somewhat since Bevin. Most of our heavy lifting nowadays is done by recent immigrants earning a grubstake, and machinery. We have next to no heavy industry, and the ‘bluecollar’ (for want of a better term) mass-production workforce has had its attitudes Japanesised. Deference rules. The enormous lower-managerial ‘class’ aspires only to climb the grade ladder. The unions have been castrated, and their focus has had to shift from making work fairer to retaining jobs under any conditions possible. If workers get uppity, production is shifted abroad.

    Who, exactly, are you seeking to convince? And with what social consensus, in terms not easily ridiculed by the professional ridiculers and sultans of spin, will you replace the now-pervasive notion that greed is good? The bastards won that one. It’s a different battle now.

    I’m all for straight talking. But what we’re up against is illustrated every day in PMQ’s. Straight talking doesn’t stand a chance against oily PR’s serving up plates of half-truth and evasion, recipes devised by government psychiatrists and heavily loaded with political sugar and saturated corporate fat.

  • Chris Rogers


    Would you kindly like to elucidate on these ‘debating rules’ you have raised. Try as i must, i can find no reference to any ‘rules’ on CM’s Blog, which means its an open forum for posters to hopefully reflect on topics CM has raised himself.

    Further, and with reference to “Comment is Free” on The Guardian, I think you’ll find The Guardian has ‘rules and advice’ for posters to adhere too, but these seem to change with the censorship whims of the Moderators, who allegedly are the arbiters of all that is correct and just. However, one most occasions CIF certainly is not free of blatant censorship and continual moving goal posts, particularly when readers point out how compromised it is with its advertisers. As way of an example I and about thirty other fellow posters were banned, not ‘moderated’ but banned for politely pointing out on articles about Apple how biased and advetorial these seemed.

    Indeed, when it comes to the papers coverage of Israel we see the papers true colours when poster object to its biased and inaccurate reports.

    So, prey tell do instruct what these rules are and if you are the person who decides posters are in breach of said rules, despite no rules actually existing.

    Tis not too much to ask is it SIR?

  • Dave Lawton

    @RobG “If anyone wants a debate, I would venture that this is just more BS…”

    Gravity waves detected as predicted by Einstein ? Not true its a myth. They were predicted by
    Oliver Heaviside in 1893. I say give credit to were credits due.

    The First gravity wave detectors built by Dr Joseph Weber showed gravitational signals, and the experiment had become a worldwide sensation by 1969,but turned out to be some other anomaly.
    I do know a little about this as I was Dr Peter Aplin`s assistant who was the inventor of the split
    bar gravitational wave detector.

  • Tony M

    Ba’al Zevul wrote: (for he did and it is he) I wonder if you might care to qualify
    “Well, of course it’s to reach a wider audience, and nothing to do with being paid by states inimical to UK policy to assist their equally nasty causes.”

    with the addition of the word ‘neo-cons’ between ‘UK’ and ‘policy’.

    And query just what the Russian state, Lebanon’s and Iran’s (or these broadcasters) ‘nasty causes’ are and are they relative to those opposing them really as nasty as our putative friends ones are? The nasty policies of the permanently ensconced in power UK neo-cons, I can guess at. The many and most nasty causes the BBC for example promotes, few Britons would support and would justifiably wish to distance themselves from.

    For most people there seems to be one defining issue about which there can be no slippage, no shades of grey, no prisoners -for me it was and is the issue of Scotland’s independence, Galloway failed utterly, revealed his inner opportunist streak, is already yesterday’s man for this monumental abandonment of all principle, he made a wrong choice, not rashly, it was his considered opinion and decision, a process from which facts, logic, justice and consistency were absent, even to the extent of campaigning for a NO vote (with a series of appearances which had the scant audiences laughing at, not with him). His overland supply run to Gaza across north Africa, though probably coincidentally, left ‘Arab Spring’ Islamist takeover in its wake along his route.

    It is hard to pigeon-hole Galloway still, but it is advisable to find one that fits.

  • Macky

    @Ba’al; As night follows day here you are with some more Galloway bashing ! Amusing in an ironic way that the two people you seem to be fixated about are arch enemy nemesis of each other !


    Ba’al; “that Galloway has effectively crowdfunded his election campaign”

    Have you the courage of your convictions enough to accused Galloway directly of this insinuation ? 🙂

    Ba’al; “Will Galloway seduce the Corbynite Tendency from Corbyn’s supporter, Sadiq Khan, who was Britain’s first Muslim cabinet member (and is no Blairite)?”

    This really is a bit of astonishing reality detachment; I suggest you look into Mr Khan political hue, you will find that there is a reason why he recently stated “I’ll campaign with Cameron but not Corbyn” !

    Ba’al; “I acknowledge his support for the Palestinian cause. But that’s remarkably nice beans all the same.”

    That’s mighty big & generous of you, just hope that the Palestinians are sufficiently humbly grateful enough for you ! 🙂

    BTW I leave you with News that means that you will soon be glued to the radio most Friday evenings, and don’t pretend otherwise !;


    BTW 2 if I may a word of friendly advise, I would drop the Mystic Ba’al bit as it’s eerily reminiscent of a certain other clown here, who is always making daft predictions, that mostly just turn out to be self-inflicted custard pies to the face !

  • Chris Rogers

    @Ba’al Zevul,

    Anyone who’s a paycheque away from poverty is in my book working class, despite holding jobs that a generation ago would have been termed middle class occupations. As for ‘aspiration’ and the ‘aspirations’ of those who are but a paycheque away from poverty, i.e., the majority of those up to their necks in debt and mortgages, they too recognises that they can go from ‘strivers’ to ‘skivers’ quite rapidly. And despite a massive increase in higher education provision, once a route to social mobility, many now find they can ill afford to send their sons and daughters away to study – indeed, many who once would have left home to attend a University of their choice are forced to stay at home and attend a University if they are lucking enough to have one in close proximity to the parental home, so middle class perks that were once taken for granted, among them a decent and free education are vanishing. Something to do with growing inequality that our masters seem determined to increase further, despite all the alleged howls one hears at DAVOS and the like.

    In a nutshell we still live in a class-based society and the differences that that once existed between blue collar workers and white collars workers are disappearing rapidly, much of which is driven by deindustrialisation, technological innovation and the offshoring of jobs – at the end of the day many are in the same, mny struggle and many realise full well that should the worst happen and they lose their jobs they are fucked.

    However, some of us just don’t make it up, I happen to keep a close eye on all votes cast in both GE and local elections within Wales and like to know the composition of the electorate in said constituencies – hence my horror at the rise of the UKIP vote in South Wales and tories ability to take Welsh seats in an election that was Labour’s to win at least in Wales. But what do you expect from a Party that can have Kinnock’s son, who’s life has progressed via nepotism, represent one of the poorest constituencies in the nation and allegedly have some understanding of said constituents plight, despite being married himself to an actual Prime Minister of another nation.

    For my family at least, nepotism mean’t the steel works if you were lucky, or an apprenticeship if you could get one. Education too offered a way out, but I cannot say that today, particularly when I see graduates with First Class Degrees forced to stack shelves or work as teaching assistants, despite being more qualified than the teachers they themselves are assisting.

    Once the middle class really start howling change will come, in the meantime Labour still needs to maintain its core working class constituency, if if I utilise the term working class more loosely than a Marxist definition – in my book the biggest divide is ‘paid education’ or Public School education which really does give an unfair advantage to most lucky to receive it, despite actual outcomes at a university level not being greater than their peers from state schools. And for the record less than 9% of Labour’s PLP has claim to working class roots, despite Labour being a working class movement when all is said and done. Strange that!

  • YouKnowMyName

    @Nevermind 10:30 am
    Yes, confirmed. my Google bubble does bring up Hillary as first link on searching for “bernie” – even tho’ I’m not a registered US voter.

    When I tried a more meta-search engine


    IXQUICK first 4 items were hits for movies with “bernie” in the title, then at 5 we start to get Wikipedia for the US senator for Vermont, then his campaign page at number 6. Very different from the Google results!

  • Tony_0pmoc

    So who’s telling The Truth?

    The Russians or The Americans?

    It shouldn’t be too hard to work out.

    “Most interesting statement of Major General Igor Konashenkov (MUST SEE!)

    The interesting stuff begins at marker point 4:15. This is quite an amazing statement. I don’t think I have ever heard before a senior Russian officer so openly express his disgust and contempt for his US “colleagues”. Listen for yourself:” (it has English subtitles in Youtube (press cc))


  • Habbabkuk (Are you a person of interest?)

    “..indeed, I first came across Chomsky for his work on linguistics and not for his attacks on the US political system and its imperialism.”

    Chomsky was indeed a path-finder in the field of linguistics. Many feel, however, that he should never have left that field.

    As I have often said on here, genius in one field does not automatically imply genius in others.

    Modern history is full of such examples.

  • Chris Rogers


    And dare I say it CM himself, may I encourage you all to visit the following Blog, which like Crig’s is highly damning of the neoliberals and neoconservatives, SIC SEMPER TYRANNIS concerns itself with geopolitics and military matters from a US perspective, the Blog host, like CM, was once an insider who’s now blackballed by the powers that be, this despite being and officer in Vietnam and both and analysis and advisor on Middle East Issues, by nature this is a RUPUBLICAN Blog as in real Republican and not your neocon/neoliberal sorts – today that are discussing Syria again and the lies of the BORG – Please read and do comment.

    Here’s the link and i trust its okay to provide said link: http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/2016/02/in-re-syria.html#comments

  • mike

    RT today: “NATO may join anti-IS coalition – US Defense Secretary”

    Looks like the Empire of Chaos is determined to push Russia to the brink.

    Anyway, this week’s ceasefire will give Erdogan time to sneak some of his people out of Aleppo and back to Turkey before the SAA and YPG seal the border. Just leave the oil behind, chaps.

  • Chris Rogers

    @Habbabkuk (A Person of Non-Interest,

    Typical that, what we giveth with one hand we taketh with the other. You are not George Osborne by any chance, for like you, he likes to give the impression of giving whilst kicking most in the balls?

  • fedup

    Gravity waves detected as predicted by Einstein ? Not true its a myth. They were predicted by
    Oliver Heaviside in 1893. I say give credit to were credits due.

    Thanks Dave for highlighting the original chap who predicted the gravity waves. Sometimes the myths are pushed as reality that in effect stifles any further development as these myths lead to dead ends!


    In the other news;

    The Supermarkets stopped handing out plastic bags and are now charging for the very cheap bags a five pence premium that is a huge profit margin on the said product. The environment is safe now as people are not offered free bags and they have to help bolster the profit margins of the big supermarkets that effectively formed a cartel and through a “be kind to environment” legislation and en mass stopped handing out bags and started to charge for these bags.

    Although no one talks about the cases of Salmonella poisoning resulting from the “shopping bags” that are used over and again and pick up all manner of nasties in due process of use.

    Now there is a move for a new legislation coming down the pike as the “news” in the state propaganda organ bullshit bunkum corporation and oligarch owned media convey!!! Evidently buy two for one or three offer prices are making people to buy more!!!!!! So our kind government is going to save us from buying more by passing a new legislation and put an end to discounting in the super markets.

    Fact that our government is so concerned about our welfare and is intent on stopping the super markets taking our money from us is a good old poly to shaft we the people for the benefit of the shareholders returns by levelling the playing field for all the super markets and stopping them from discounting!

    This of course is based on the projections that by 2019 most people would have moved away form the super markets buying their grocery from discount stores such a Lidl Aldi etc. This is in line with keeping the profits roiling in by forming a legal cartel to fleece we the people quite legally, as in the case of the plastic bags. Environment saved and we the people saved from ourselves.

    Can you see how tirelessly these miscreants are working twenty four seven to screw we the people? If these swine only had the good of we the people on their minds for a couple of seconds in every twenty four hour cycle someone would have been blowing the whistle, as it stands; all is quiet on the Western front!!!

    Needless to work out why the MPs are debating the need to increase security and assign security details to each of them, in a sort of a royal way, albeit a minor royal way. In fact as it stands some of them are pretty royal in following their fathers into the HoC in a kind of hereditary “Selection” process.

  • Habbabkuk (Are you a person of interest?)

    I have never commented, nor attempted to comment, on The Guardian’s “Comment is Free” site and so cannot speak with any authority on what policies it might have regarding moderation and the banning of prospective commenters.

    However, having read Chris Roberts’s comments with considerable attention, I wonder whether he – and others – have not been disinvited from CiF simply because of the sheer volume of comments – always on the same theme or limited number of themes – they send to the website?

    To suggest an analogy: most MPs have to deal with a few constituents who bombard them incesssantly with one particular obsession or other. The result is that after a while, letters from those constituents are filed vertically on sight.

    Perhaps The Guardian’s moderators work on the same principle?

  • Chris Rogers


    The link I’ve supplied in my previous post gives a solid account of what is happening in Allepo presently and the strategic reasoning for present R-^ military tactics. far from Allepo actually ever been captured in its entirety by anti-Assad/IS supporters, the City has actually been divided, although the government controlled area cut off from the legitimate Syrian government. Presently an exit hole has been left in the city’s encirclement to allow ISIS/Rebel forces to leave with their families and make their way to Turkey – any replenishment efforts by the Rebels via convoy have been destroyed via Russian aircraft attacks.

    The SST blog is better than me in explaining, but like many the Blog owner and most posters are appalled at the biased-MSM reportage – it’s not The Saker, although a few posters also post on The Saker, as well as Naked capitalism.

    They too hate Clinton and her neoconservative rabble, but for military matters, its a good one and the Blog owner no way biased to DC or the Beltway.

  • Habbabkuk (Are you a person of interest?)

    I mean, if the volume of comments he sent off to The Guardian is anything like the volume of posts to his credit since joining CM then I have a certain sympathy for the position adopted by The Guardian’s moderators.

    Perhaps fewer but more focussed, rational posts would work wonders?

  • Chris Rogers

    Habbakuk- (A Person of Non-Interest)

    For the record one has never written to my Constituency MP, although I have formally dealt with many a Parliamentarian and the Treasury Select Committee, as well as the Cabinet Office and Civil Service PA’s to the Chancellor, be it Brown or Gideon.

    As for the Guardian, in ten years one built up 10,000 posts on a huge variety of subject areas, among them IT, Finance, Monetary Policy, Risk, Governance, Compliance, Auditing, Israel, Palestine, Education, Defence and a host of other topics of interest.

    As for the USA, one formally deals with the Treasury Department, State Department, Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the SEC – hosting key officials from time to time up to Dr. Janet Yellen. I also deal with Congress on finance and regulatory issues and have liaised extensively with Senator Warren’s office.

    I also deal with the EU Commission, EU Parliament, European Central Bank, together with key regulatory agencies across all EU member states.

    I’ve even dealt with the Israeli Central Bank, but who gives a fuck for evidently one has no idea whatsoever he’s talking about. Oh, and I know George Ackerlof, who so happens to be married to the Chair of the Fed, his one economics paper for which he was awarded a Not the Nobel Prize Nobel Prize being influential in the circles I play in.

    Now off you go little boy and do play elsewhere – must be lonely in your garden.

    I’m off to play Left4Dead now to drown my sorrows, which are numerous, but being a bullshitter is not one of them.

  • Chris Rogers


    And in further news from The Guardian Website, that’s the UK version and not the US or Australian version, they lead with Hunt is a Liar headline and no, yes its true, no anti-Corbyn news, which is storage, so perhaps they are keeping it back for the weekend editions. As for the Opinion section, low and behold more Sanders bashing, this time penned by Lucia Grey. No doubt Sauders pubic hair being of interest, for evidently his policies are of little concern as he’s not a woman, a feminist or a transgender person of interest.

    Yes, Clinton is The Guardian and The Guardian is Clinton. Thank god for Clinton is all I can say for without her my daughters future would be lost, no doubt in a nuclear firestorm courtesy of one HRC!!!

  • Habbabkuk (Are you a person of interest?)

    Chris Rogers

    “You are not George Osborne by any chance..”


  • Chris Rogers

    Habbakuk (Not a Person of Interest),

    Before I finally toddle off and play L4d whilst downloading some TV, I shall of course be actually watching last nights thrilling episode of a “Person of Interest”, which in my mind is one of the best US shows one can watch – conspiracy, conspiracy everywhere and they even have a CABAL, although not sure if the Zionist Cabal of The Guardian are members of that one, but its EVIL nonetheless!

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