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The Huawei Who We?

As if Canada realized that it has been beaten in the game,

it now sounds out the trumpet to call on its big brothers.

A very unwise decision.

This will make matters worse.

What could the others do to influence China?

Impose sanctions on Huawei?

These would easily be countermanded.

Or that company be re-structured and modified.

Canada again does not realize what it is up against.

It has yet to realize

that the US is using Canada as a cannon fodder.

And that efforts to release those Canadians

under Chinese detention are useless.

There is no cause for Meng Wangzhou to be extradited.

They should have known that by now.

But there are valid reasons

why the Canadians should be detained in China.

And if my guess is right,

these reasons are related

to the complete denuclearization of Korea

as was promised by Kim Jong Un.

Perhaps the Canadian News media should stop spinning

and start listening to some other comments.

They don’t put their brains on the noise they make.

(Use Your Heads, think till it hurts)

 

 

The Huawei Test case Continues

And so the Meng Wanzhou case continues

with explicable consequences

like a new intelligence gathering by abductions.

Canada detains Meng without possession of

valid American extradition papers,

China detains two Canadian citizens,

and Russia enters the scene by abducting Whalen.

These abductions would be more pleasant

should they intend to use vodka, or rice wine, or cognac

instead of water for boarding; in which case the confessions

would be more sufferable and confounded merely

by a few hiccups here and there.

But all kidding aside, this is a test of

how effective the much-vaunted American sanctions can go.

now, it thus appear that American sanctions are effective only

if the countries cooperate in ganging up on the sanctioned party.

Otherwise, like in this instance, only Canada will cooperate in applying

American sanctions.

This is but natural for Canada to cooperate because this is one

country that keeps its word as regards agreements

and treaties which someone we know just breaks with a whim.

American sanctions are not punishable by detentions

and the rest of the world know this.

it is , however, open season for Canadian citizens for abductions.

Sad it is but this is true.

This country knows no enemies.

As a consequence, it has now become a whipping boy

for the rest of the world.

The ugly part of it is that Canada does not fight back.

It has even deferred itself from building

military grade weapons for its own defense.

But iof Canada really wants to end this test case

it should force the Americans to provide papers

to start the extradition trial of Meng Wangzhou.

Remember also that the more the extradition trial is delayed

the more money the lawyers concerned earn in fees

and this for just doing nothing but wait on their haunches.

How much more problems will the Justice Ministry

subject the country to?

Even the Federal Courts are troublesome!

And grandstanding, too.

I give you my first quotable quip—

You take-a my toy top,

I take-a your toy yoyo.

You give me back my toy top,

I think of giving your toy yoyo.

 

 

 

 

Saudi Arabia

This is the comedy show

that Netflix was forced to take off the air.

Saudi Arabia

The Retreat

Erdogan pauses from his trumpeting call

to the world to investigate

Mohammed Bs for

 dismembering  Khashoggi.

Trump recalls his troops from Syria.

Mattis quits.

Turkey moves troops towards Syria.

The Kurds feel abandoned.

Russia starts military maneuvers.

Syria is relieved of foreign mercenaries

supplied and funded by the United States.

Assad prepares to repatriate Syrians.

And pay them for coming back.

Wait till Trump changes his mind!

Third Canadian Detained By China

(This post is a new twist

and should twist your minds,

although I assure you that it did not come from a twisted mind!)

Chinese intelligence detains a third Canadian.

Her cell phone number must have been reflected

in any or both of the phones of the other two.

Either this, or she must have been taking pictures

of some sensitive storage sites.

It would be detrimental to the plight of those

now under detention

for the Americans to intervene

because by doing so may remove doubts that

the prisoners are actually working for the

US Intelligence.

The best thing that the Americans could do

is to cancel the request for extradition.

That is, if the Chinese National Security

has not yet been seriously compromised.

In any case, the success of the

US – North Korea Agreement is included in the ante.

(It should not take a great deal of intelligence

to figure out how Intelligence Departments work!)

(EH?)

China Keeps Its Heavy Word

China does not issue idle threats.

It only trumpets a heavy word.

And now it has kept it.

A warning was first issued

after Meng Wangzhou was detained in what apeears to be

an arrest without evidence to warrant that arrest,

only confidence that the requesting party

has its wown proof to warrant the arrest.

Kovrig  who once worked fore the Canadian government

was detained by Chinese authorities without a warrant with

but the reason that his employer was not registered.

Afterwards, Spavor who  is mostly connected with North Korea,

was detained with no possible charge but

a national security risk .

An announcement is then made by the Chinese authorities

that  these arrests are  not connected  to

the impending extradition of Meng Wangzhou.

Clearly the Chinese have something heavier than extraditions.

Something that is not commercial, financial,

cultural, political, or whatever.

This would be something that is related to information

regarding the extent of the relationship between the countries

of China and North Korea.

For China now,

I believe that Kovrig and Spavor

are in a very,very serious situation

and the complete release of Meng Wanzhou

will not affect it nonetheless.

Where are these two now?

They are in a Chinese prison,

a close inference of which may be spelled as

L-I-M-B-O

 

Freeland on Extradition.mp4

 

Unbridled Truth in All These

 

In all the news obtaining

here is the unbridled truth.

If Crimea is Russian

then the waters from its shore

is Russian territory

and therefore the Ukrainian ships

were violating international law

and Russia was correct in using force,

which again makes the West gang up on it.

There is no need to declare martial law in Ukraine.

This incident is not internal

and there is no internal trouble in Ukraine

to make martial law necessary.

Somebody is grandstanding again to attract attention.

General Motors  shuts down several auto assembly plants.

If this is a business decision

there is nothing much that can be done about it.

Unless the company gets a huge bailout

which is what the owners were banking on

when the shutdown was made so sudden.

Khashoggi  was  simply  advocating  different priorities

for the industrialization of Saudi Arabia.

The economic development of Saudi Arabia would be screwed

should it again come out with the deplorable state

of it not being able to produce its own food.

Subduing Khashoggi

They say that it took four people to bring down Khashoggi.

I say it needed Five.

One guy to clamp his arm around Khashoggi’s neck

and force him to bend backwards.

A second guy to pin the left arm.

A third guy to pin the right arm.

A fourth guy to bind his struggling legs.

A fifth guy to stick the needle on to the only area that is open—-

THE  NECK.

 

Where is Khashoggi’s Body Parts?

A lot of guesses have been made

by well-meaning people.

The last guess was the parts were dissolved in acid.

This can’t be!

The choice of acid would have been caustic soda.

But this is used primarily in textile manufacturing

companies which are nowhere within the area of the consulate.

Besides, gallons of this has to be procured

enough to fill a bath tub.

Handling this will also be difficult.

Disposing the parts around a wooded area

would not be a good idea because the parts would stink.

Burying them would have a freshly dug earth conspicuous.

My guess is still the most plausible.

The parts are under sea water.

Perhaps thrown under a bridge or jettisoned somewhere.

Cremated?

Which crematorium?

Also not a Muslim custom.

A dead body will float after a while.

But not if it were dismembered.

And gorged over by the fish.

The suitcases nay float, though.

That was were I missed my guess.

I thought tbe parts would be in 15 suitcases

Reports say there were only 5.

Which one of the 5 contains the head?

To Bill Or Not To Bill

That is the question

poised on the Canadians

regarding the sale

of military equipment to Saudi Arabia.

half the people would say no to spite the Saudis

for running slaughterhouses

in their consulates.

The other half would say yes to recover

money spent on the building of the equipment.

There might be some choices to satisfy both sides.

One is to sell it to Iran.

Another is to sell it to Saudi Arabia at double the price.

The profits go to the Yemenis.

Premeditated Murder of Khashoggi?

Of course it was!

by Mohammed the bs?

Of course it is.

Will he get away with it?

Of course he will?

WHY?
Again I say,

read about Thomas Becket’s murder….

“Erdogan knows, but he has yet to get what he wants before he squeaks…”

Mohammed bs

And so the global boycott against Saudi Arabia

is started due to the inability

of the Saudi king to control his kingdom.

This boycott is directed mostly on

the heir apparent

Mohammed the bs

and that the critical news info

against him and this boycott

will stop only if

Mohammed the bs

is removed from power.

A newer more aggressive form of boycott

should be directed against what Saudi Arabia

stands for in the Islamic world—-

and that this place is the object of

the Pilgrimage—-

which is the crux of the worship

of the prophet Mohammed.

Travel restrictions to Saudi Arabia should do it.

Thicker Smokescreen

It is getting funnier

as the Western Foreign Policies

keep getting setback after setbacks.

The Brexit problem,

the WMD Mea Culpa of Tony Blair,

the Novichok affair,

the impending elimination of American influence

in the Middle East,

the uncontrolled exodus of immigrants

to Europe,

the North Korean stalemate,

the backfiring of the tariffs,

Ukraine not joining Europe,

the effort to debunk the US currency,

the neutralization of the effects of American sanctions,

and the cold shoulder treatment of the

American approach to negotiations,

all but make the smokescreen darker.

The Western coalition is in a panic mode

as the West try to divert attention

from their problems.

The West is still convinced

that the world thinks Russia is the enemy.

But what else can they blame Russia for now?

The snowfall?

Come to think of it……

I do suspect that Putin has given instructions

to the GRU to lace the snow

falling on the West

with  mind-numbing chemicals

like VODKA.

(hooray, hic)

The Same Trick…

And so the US changes its tune again…

instead of issuing a warning not to attack IDLIB,

(presumably to prevent the discovery

of the huge munitions cache

and the stockpile of chemical weapons

that the foreign mercenaries use

regularly in Syria to put the blame on Assad),

the US now warns against the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Now the chemical weapons is on the rebel side, remember?

Now how can the Syrian army use this.

Besides, has anybody ever realized that the Syrian army is winning?

Why would they use chemical weapons and have the world

blame them on this.

But as I said, Trump telegraphs his punches

and broadcasts his low blows

This is another of this low blows.

I surmise that there will be a report

of another chemical attack as the Syrian army

gets closer to the city.

And then of course the Syrian army will be blamed for it.

You know,

just like the Buk missile bringing down the MH17

so as to have the Ukrainians blamed for it?

Those foreign mercenaries are really crafty.

(street-to-street fighting only with snipers used against tow missile gunners)

The WMD Cache

Trump issues a warning

not to attack the last Syrian rebel stronghold

of IDLIB,  stating humanitarian reasons why.

This is contrary to what he would caution

his Saudi Arabian lackeys to do

against the towns of Yemen.

If I read him correctly,

since he is one to telegraph his punches

and broadcast his low blows,

the downfall of IDLIB would spell grave consequences

against the American enterprise.

A determined envelopment of the town would yield

a huge cache of munitions

and THE STOCKPILE

of chemical weapons,

plus the complement of top rebel leaders

and their mercenary advisers.

Thusly the town’s fall would initiate

the last of American regional influence

outside of Israel.

(Strafe outside defenses only, don’t use bombs)

“I Will Guarantee Security”

Correct me if I am wrong.

But from Vladimir Putin is heard publicly

that he will guarantee security

at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

We will see if trump can top that!

SPIEF2.mp4

Sergey Lavrov

Arguably the best, most capable diplomat today

even if to consider all the aspects

of Foreign Relations

is Russia’s Sergey Lavrov.

Lavrov.mp4

Uruguay Vs. Portugal

Uruguay Vs. Portugal.mp4

Offense is still the best defense.

Belgium Vs. England

Belgium Vs. England.mp4

This time England

fields football players

with tender feet!

And does its own FREXIT

to the FIFA World Cup

with a 1-0 loss to Belgium. 

Brazil Vs. Serbia

Brazil Vs. Servia.mp4

Brazil recovers its classy

hustle-bustle play.

South Korea Vs. Germany

South Korea Vs. Germany.mp4

Germany just keeps missing the target.

Argentina Vs. Nigeria

Argentina Vs. Nigeria.mp4

The Argentinian players are speedy and good ballhandlers,

but they seem to hold on to the ball a bit too long.

Portugal Vs. Iran

Portugal Vs. Iran.mp4

Recap Spain Vs. Morroco.mp4

Recap FIFA June 25

FIFA June 25 Recap.mp4

Saudi Arabia 2  Egypt 1.mp4

Andi’s Recap June 25.mp4

Recap Germany Vs. sweden

Germany Vs. Sweden.mp4

Germany 2  Sweden 1.mp4

full recording 2 hours

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