“I can state with complete confidence that information this important would not be released in this way,” [Paul] Roberts said. “If this was released by the State Department which I doubt, it is so unprofessional; it would mean that the State Department is trying to spread propaganda about Russia on social media …. The US government has been desperate to produce information to back up its claims. It would not release information in this way,” he said, adding that anyone can spread information on social media.
Paul Craig Roberts, columnist and head of the Institute for Political Economy […]
The only person that got booed that night was Hillary. It was a slaughter.
On the day Trump was to go down in flames after a tape with his naughty language was leaked to the Washington Post, after a mass defection of Republican pussies scrambled to the media to bask in self-righteousness, everyone expected a night of Trump apologies and feminist beat downs. Instead, we saw a slaughter, the most stunning display of psychological warfare seen since the Iraq war. […]
As an example of this, if an individual is beaten, and is told during the entirety of the beating that he must obey certain officials, he will, in the future, feel the beginnings of the pain the moment he begins to disobey. The installed pain itself reacts as a policeman, for the experience of the individual demonstrates to him that he cannot combat, and will receive pain from, certain officials. […]