I am almost (but not yet) pitying Julian Assange lately. A Sweden's foremost feminist is after him all guns blazing. US intelligence services have spared him only for one reason: the traffic jam at the door created by all agents licensed to off him. The latest crop of documents proves to be relatively boring so far. What else could happen to make him more unhappy?
Here it comes. Veterans Today, an outfit created by conspiracy theorists for conspiracy theorists, unmasked another Zionist. Yeeha!
In one smashing article, albeit colored by overindulgence in capital letters, exclamation marks and other conspinuts' distinguishing traits, everything becomes illuminated and Assange is outed for what he is - a humble servant of Zionist/Murdoch conspiracy... why do the lambs of CIA get branded together with Murdoch is unclear, though.
In his related, more recent opus, Mr Duff takes another view on WikiLeaks activities, expecting them to release a batch of UFO-related stuff. Predictably, lede of this piece says:
(But I have already warned you about his predilection to capital letters, didn't I)
The article carries all the signs of a typical conspinut. It starts with a paragraph that includes: Rothschilds, the pro-Israel gang at the New York Times, Guardian (sic!) and Der Spiegel, Mossad, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Wayne Madsen - all in a single breath! Wow...
Now is the time to take a look at Mr Duff. What, aside of the curse of his surname ("duff" means no good, useless, broken in Queen's English, to remind you), is Mr Duff made of? Here is his skimpy bio, and I shall gladly indulge in character assassination, using his own old but tried and tested methods:
Gordon Duff is a Marine Vietnam veteran [100% disabled, according to sources, and I am sure it's from the neck up], and Senior Editor at Veterans Today [Senior Editor of a blog - wow!]. His career has included extensive experience in international banking [opened an offshore account no doubt to keep his Mossad moneys safe] along with such diverse areas as consulting on counter insurgency [slept with a hippi once], defense technologies [built a knuckle duster in his garage] or acting as diplomatic officer of UN humanitarian groups [visited Thailand on a pedo trip]. Gordon Duff's articles are published around the world and translated into a number of languages [of which Arabic translations are prevalent, but who cares?]. He is regularly on TV and radio, a popular and sometimes controversial guest [a nice distraction when a lunatic is needed].
Yeah, and he is also the guy who is so dim that he is proudly displaying on his site a quote and a link to Haaretz article that states:
It was only a matter of time before conspiracy theorists came out of the woodwork to suggest that Israel is behind the publication of the WikiLeaks trove...Talk about insatiable craving for publicity. Here is a snapshot of this dumb act:
Or is it "too duff"?