Monday, 7 October 2019

Fighting Fake News with REAL8/10/19; Betrayal of the Kurds Bret McGurk once Trump's special envoy on ISIS replies; Meanwhile Bolt asks us to choose;


  Tombs of Syrian Kurds fighting against IS assisting the US. 11,000 were killed

  Trump gives green light to the Turkish invasion of Syria, abandoning Kurdish allies | The Independent

Perhaps the harshest criticism of Mr Trump’s decision came from Brett McGurk, who resigned last year as the Trump administration’s special envoy on Isis, following a hastily announced troop withdrawal. 
“Donald Trump is not a commander-in-chief. He makes impulsive decisions with no knowledge or deliberation. He sends military personnel into harm’s way with no backing. He blusters and then leaves our allies exposed when adversaries call his bluff, or he confronts a hard phone call,” Mr McGurk said on Twitter. 
He added that the White House statement “demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of anything happening on the ground. The ‘United States’ is not holding any Isis detainees. They are all being held by the SDF, which Trump just served up to Turkey.”

The Russians signed a treaty with Poland broke it allowing Germany to Invade. Trump didn't even notify the coalition allies of his decision and Morisson agreed to have this guy's back under all circumstances. So can Australia really rely on America with a President like Trump in charge?

As I have stated strongly before, and just to reiterate, if Turkey does anything that I, in my great and unmatched wisdom, consider to be off limits, I will totally destroy and obliterate the Economy of Turkey (I’ve done before!). They must, with Europe and others, watch over...
2:38 AM · Oct 8, 2019Twitter for iPhone

  'Much of the media is white and we're not all white': ABC chair Ita Buttrose

'Much of the media is white and we're not all white': ABC chair Ita Buttros

More representative of this country than Sky News

 Image result for Lying Andrew Bolt with egg on his face


Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren has made a career out of playing the victim. First, she claimed to be a Cherokee Indian. Now she claims she lost a teaching job because she became "visibly pregnant". But that's not what she said in an interview in 2008. What's worse in a potential president: lying or being addicted to poor-me victimhood? 

 If Andrew Bolt had written these comments about an Australian, he'd be back in court facing Mordecai Bromberg again. But because its an accusation about an American he feels safe and even safer because its about a woman. As for the question what's worse a President lying some 13,000 times since taking office, running a business, playing golf and watching TV and extorting foreign assistance to help him win the next election well the answer is a laydown misere, particularly when that President has the worlds largest fake media organization supporting every false move he makes.

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