Does Al have a crush on Eva? Don’t ask me. I haven’t a clue about his preferences, although one might argue that preferences and fixations are totally separate things. It’s peculiar, is all I’m saying. Interwoven in a rambling piece that makes many reasonable points about Venezuelan bureaucracy and Libyan wildman Muammar Gaddafi, there are some extended, might we even say, screeching attacks on Golinger, coupled with some new but predictable complaints about Belarus and Telesur (guess Venezuela’s Information Ministry won’t bother with Narco News‘s j-school this year) and the usual infomercial about how nobody but Narco News knows how to do anything at all. And then, this little embarrassing bit:
“…what could NATO possibly do to the Libyan people that Gaddafi isn’t already doing?”
Oh, quite a lot, I imagine.
Still and all, it’s a piece that will please Al’s ICNC sponsors. See you in Madrid!
Hat tip to Eva Golinger…sometimes the news just doesn’t get any better than this. It seems that Machetera’s secret admirer, Ernesto Hernández Busto, is hitting the talking heads circuit now for who else but his other American idol, George W. Bush.
W, whose latest vanity project is something called the George W. Bush Institute (whatever happened to the good old days of disgraced presidents quietly slithering off to San Clemente?) has hired James Glassman to run the shop and put on silly dog and pony shows like the one EHB will be joining on April 19 in Dallas. The “Conference on Cyber-Dissidents,” co-sponsored by NED beneficiary Freedom House will also feature Al Giordano’s new best friend Peter Ackerman, and a raft of other guests linked to U.S. intelligence. Continue reading
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