The muddled and dangerous nugget at the center of the War on Terror

From the Guardian here:

His comments drew immediate criticism from the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, with Sir Michael Fallon, the defence secretary, accusing Corbyn of “very muddled and dangerous thinking” that implied blame on Britain for somehow bringing the Manchester terror attack on itself.

The idea that you can invade countries in the Middle East, conduct drone operations and special operations missions and people of those countries will never fight back in whatever way they can is muddled and dangerous.



Finally a politician admits the West is stimulating terrorist attacks

From the Guardian here:

“Many experts, including professionals in our intelligence and security services, have pointed to the connections between wars our government has supported or fought in other countries and terrorism here at home,” he said.

Jeremy Corbyn, UK politician!

Wall St. admitting it rallied on Trump con job?

From CNBC here:

“There might have been too much optimism as to what the hard data will deliver,” said Ed Yardeni, head of Yardeni Research. “After the election … nobody wanted to bet against (Trump’s) predictions that his policies could revive economic growth to 3 or 4 percent. I think it’s looking more and more like a stretch, if nothing else (because) his policies aren’t going to be implemented anytime soon.”

Once again we see the power of hot air.

And for those keeping score at home, this giant rally based on nothing but an Orange Haired Idiot’s pronouncements has made real money for those at the top, and an awful lot of it.

Score another for those in charge — no money from increased jobs or wages for the little guy and mo mo money for the folks at the top.

Quelle surprise.