Langley and Hit List
Tax money at work thanks to Joe
So then we have U.S. citizens on a hit list of a US ally and this hosted by U.S. government.
Ah the times we're living in together are so crazy quilt that the most extraordinary truth is that Joe Biden's government is designed to do maximum damage and both political parties dance the Polka pretending November elections are not going to be as fraudulent as two years ago.
Mockery can do nothing. Mass media has usurped it. The political class is too busy ensuring the catastrophe arising from their arson benefits them. The public quietly angry participates in the catastrophic outcome by not being as enraged as they need to be to stop the madness. In a way the American spirit is the smoked cigarette burned down to the asbestos filter and the American citizen assenting to practically every insanity a tourist in the wreck of a nation.
How inevitable. How easy it is to shrug and blame the “gubmint” and go about the life of consumer. Since winning WW2 this is the way of life in a long emergency. Work, spend, buy fun, tolerate bad government and then die. No one expects to die from a hit list hosted by the CIA. No one expects the recently released killer to kill again after the two month stint and ankle monitor. No one in our pundit class goes very deep into the managed insanity of collapsed collapse of the Empire. And no one wants to bell the cat.
Just a coincidence, right?
Under Public Law 117-128, the U.S. Congress is funding an organization called Ukrainian Center for Countering Disinformation (CCD), whose professed purpose, according to its website, is to “counter Russian disinformation.” But its real purpose may be to create the equivalent of a “fatwah list” of alleged traitors whom patriotic Americans and/or Ukrainians will feel they have a green light to assassinate.
The fatwah list includes such “traitors” as writers Chris Hedges and Glenn Greenwald, political scientist John Mearsheimer, Pink Floyd singer Roger Waters, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), former presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, conservative military analyst Edward Luttwak who was placed on the list for suggesting that referendums should be held in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions concerning their relations to Ukraine, and Henry Kissinger, who is worried about the prospects of a war between the U.S. and Russia.