The White House gravely warned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad not to poison children. Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced Monday that U.S. intelligence indicates Assad could be preparing a chemical attack that would “likely result in the mass murder of civilians, including innocent children.” They would “pay a heavy price,” Spicer said. “You don’t ever poison innocent children without expecting to pay a heavy price.” Spicer than paused for a moment, adding “Unless Assad is in Flint, Michigan, then he could do us a solid, perhaps, if he takes the blame for that lead poisoning, all that lead in the drinking water that’s poisoning American children. That might be acceptable. That’s some pretty evil shit from Obama’s time and we still haven’t washed that stain off own conscience in this administration.”
A scathingly worded new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that within hours of General John Hyten, Commander of the US Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), outrageously claiming that Russia is “the only existential threat to the country right now”, and reports emerging that the United States is preparing its European allies to begin nuclear strikes on Russia—President Putin spoke to the entire nation warning that if attacked with nuclear weapons, Russia would not hesitate to respond in kind—with his further warning that he would, also, regard nuclear attacks on the nation’s allies as an attack on Russia, too—with his grimly detailing Russia’s ability to reduce America to nuclear ashes with its invincible new hypersonic nuclear armed Sarmat ICBM—and his replying to Washington ignoring Moscow’s previous warnings by stating: “You will listen to us now!” […]
In mid March 1955, Albert Einstein, one of the mankind’s most revered theoretical physicists, learned of the death of his lifelong friend and collaborator Michele Besso—and in writing to Besso’s family to express his condolences, wrote these now famous words: “Now he has departed from this strange world a little ahead of me. That means nothing. People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” […]
“So I was a guest in those circles and it amused me greatly to see all those naked women and the other things. It was the good life. But then at some moment, which is why I am telling you this, I was invited to participate in sacrifices abroad.”
At this point in the interview, the elite banker describes the final straw that forced him to get out and come clean — sacrificing children.
“That was the breaking point. Children.” […]