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Julian Assange’s mother caused excitement on Twitter, saying an ex-DNC worker leaked the Clinton emails. Christine Assange deleted her post after followers concluded that she meant Seth Rich, who was killed in 2016. The story unfolded after Christine responded to a tweet claiming Julian Assange had given the then presidential candidate Donald Trump the “upper hand” by leaking the Clinton emails.
After the Michael Cohen guilty plea. his attorney Lanny Davis began pitching a claim that the longtime Trump loyalist/lawyer had information Trump knew of the Russian hacking of Democratic emails ahead of time.
However, in an interview with the Washington Post this weekend, Mr Davis not only walked back that claim, he entirely retreated from it.
This follows on the heels of Mr. Davis also walking back his prior claim that candidate Trump knew of the Trump Tower meeting.
FUSAG was a fictitious (paper command) Allied Army Group in World War II prior to D-Day, part of Operation Quicksilver, created to deceive the Germans about where the Allies would land in France. To attract Axis attention, prominent US general George S. Patton was placed in command of the fabricated formation.
Quicksilver was subdivided into six subplans numbered I through VI:
Quicksilver I was the basic "story" for Fortitude: the First United States Army Group, based in the southeast of England, was to land in Pas-de-Calais after German reserves were committed to Normandy.
Quicksilver II was the radio deception plan of Quicksilver, involving the apparent movement of units from their true locations to southeastern England.
Agents infiltrated by Germany into the United Kingdom who became double agents acting for Britain in the Double Cross System played a vital role in persuading the Germans that FUSAG was real.
Copperhead was a small decoy operation within the scope of Bodyguard, suggested by Clarke and planned by 'A' Force.
The deception, undertaken just prior to D-Day, was intended to mislead German intelligence as to the whereabouts of Montgomery. It was theorised that, as a well known battle commander, Montgomery's presence outside of England would signal to the German's that an invasion was not imminent. The actor M.E. Clifton James, who bore a strong resemblance to the general, made public appearances in Gibraltar and north Africa. The Allies hoped it would indicate a forthcoming invasion via the Mediterranean.
originally posted by: XAnarchistX
and someone put together this list, it is missing some things though...
A non-comprehensive timeline of Q's failed predictions and mistakes and a list of tactics he uses to hook and drag followers.
We make love with the Earth through our senses. We celebrate our E-spots. We are very dirty.”
In seeing the Earth as a lover ecosexuals hope that they will be able to help in the fight against climate change,
Ecosexuality isn’t just a hobby, according to the manifesto, it is an identity equal to being gay or bisexual.
Ecosexuality isn’t just about having sex with the earth (although there is plenty of that too), ecosexuals can even get married to the sun, the moon, the earth or the stars. In fact, Sprinkle and Stephens themselves got married to the dirt in a ‘Marry The Soil’ ceremony in 2014
“people have to slip a condom over their finger before they stroke the flowers” in order to stop interfering with pollination.
The Young Democratic Socialists of America organization is urging socialists to “take jobs as teachers” in order to exploit the “political, economic, and social potential the industry holds.” “Why Socialists Should Become Teachers,” an 11-page pamphlet crafted jointly by YDSA and the Democratic Socialist Labor Commission, contends that education is “a strategic industry to organize,” and offers prospective socialist educators “a basic roadmap for how to get a job in education.” “Socialists have a long history of involvement in the workplace,” the booklet asserts, noting that while existing labor unions are imperfect from a socialist perspective, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) organization believes it is now “in a position to develop a concerted, coordinated presence in unions, to help shape the militancy and political ideology of those unions, and ultimately to play a role in building working class power.” Acknowledging that there are other industries in which “workers are far more oppressed,” the document contends that education is nonetheless a “strategic” sector because it is so pervasive and heavily unionized that it can impact the “political and economic demands for the working class as a whole.” In addition, it argues that teachers can leverage their relationships with students and their families to engage in “campaigns around police brutality, immigrant rights, and environmental justice.”