Thursday, April 17, 2014

Ain't buying it. No sale.

Only a fool would take this story at face value...
World leaders and Jewish groups condemned a leaflet handed out in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk in which Jews were told to "register" with the pro-Russian militants who have taken over a government office in an attempt to make Ukraine part of Russia, according to Ukrainian and Israeli media.

Jews emerging from a synagogue say they were handed leaflets that ordered the city's Jews to provide a list of property they own and pay a registration fee "or else have their citizenship revoked, face deportation and see their assets confiscated," reported Ynet News, Israel's largest news website, and Ukraine's Donbass news agency.
It's a leaflet. A leaflet.

Anyone can print a leaflet. Hell, we see deceptive leaflets all the time here in America -- especially during elections.

If there were an actual "register the Jews" policy in place, you'd see more evidence of it than this one leaflet.

Remember the "mystery snipers" that set events into motion in Ukraine? The initial news reports all presumed that the snipers were working for Yanukovych (the pro-Russian former leader of Ukraine who was subsequently toppled). We now have good reason to believe that the snipers did their evil work to benefit not Yanukovych but those who wanted him gone.

And the trick worked.

Think about it. Is there any compelling reason for the pro-Russian forces to issue a leaflet saying "We're going to register the Jews"? Would they really do such a thing now, after Putin has endlessly hammered home the accusation (a true accusation, as it happens) that neo-Nazis played a huge role in the recent Ukrainian revolution?

Let's look at it this way. Suppose Clem and Clyde are running for Mayor in Happyville, a town where half the population is black. Suppose someone hands out a leaflet at a church, and the leaflet reads: "Howdy folks! My name is Clem, and I think all black people should be KILLED! So vote for me, Clem, if you want to see 'em all swingin' from the trees!"

Who really wrote that leaflet -- Clem or Clyde?

Come on. Grow up. It's not even a question.
Comments:
My thought when I saw that leaflet mentioned on twitter was the same as yours, "Why would pro-Russians do this? They have nothing to gain by it."

My second thought was that CIA director Brennan visited Ukraine last weekend to "help" Kiev stop the "terrorism" in the eastern part of the country.

Looks like a typical CIA "dirty tricks" campaign to me.
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I asked the SFC to take this down.

http://www.haaretz.com/news/world/.premium-1.586174
 
->
https://news.yahoo.com/russian-spy-planes-u-skies-025817534--politics.html

 
Long experience debating liars on the internet has showed me that a favorite technique of their is "flipping". If they're lying blatantly, they will falsely accuse you of lying blatantly so as to create confusion among the readers.
In the same way, if your "revolution" is allied with Nazis, the flippers will try to create the impression that the opposition is Nazis.
 
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