USS Cole is billed by some Us Veterans as USS Liberty 2 it is a story replete with Mossad operatives and Mossad Patsies a familiar cast of characters and an even more familiar Plot Line.
We might Then fast forward through, Sudan, Bosnia, Kosovo the 90’s Stuff, and even just have a little check back to the eighties Stuff, Iran Contra and all of that just to establish there are no0 Black and White Hats in this story , merely Grey Space onto which the forces of Propaganda project their nefarious narratives.
So after Iraq and Libya, not forgetting, of course, Ukraine and Syria, What about Iran, Perhaps this,.
As The Slog predicted last week, the Syrian crisis has only just begun. Benjamin Netanyahu is teeing up an attack on Iran, and ‘somebody’ attacked Syrian bases last Sunday night. Little by little, the lava of Western lies is flowing hotter and more freely….but the old media cabal is studiously ignoring it. Is the internet Resistance too little too late?
Bear with me, this is not a bzzzzz deviation: it is a sure sign of the decline in our civilisation that, not only is Piers Morgan a free man facing no charges of any kind, he still has a job. It’s not much of a job mind you – presenting Good Morning Britain for ITV with three attractive young women – but it does give him free rein to strut his stuff.
In truth, Piers doesn’t strut, he romps. One of my few claims to minor fame is…
Now that I have your attention, I regret to inform you that he didn’t have one. On several occasions recently, sometimes in conversations about censorship, I have heard people say that Chaucer used the word “cunt.” Indeed, Wikipedia says, “The word appears several times in Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales (c. 1390) in bawdy contexts, but it does not appear to be considered obscene at this point, since it is used openly.” Similarly, RationalWiki proclaims that “Chaucer used the word unblushingly in his Canterbury Tales.”
Oddly, these statements are followed by quotes from The Canterbury Tales that belie them, for the word that Chaucer uses is not “cunt,” but “queynte.” “Queint,” as a noun, literally means “a clever or curious device or ornament” (Middle English Dictionary) or an “elegant, pleasing thing” (Riverside Chaucer). When used to refer to a woman’s genitalia, it is both…