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    Post  Carol on Fri Mar 25, 2016 10:53 am

    That's if you believe NESARA Eartheart. I've seen no evidence that Chief of Staff General Dunford is in control. There was even the rumor that both Biden and Obama retired and Paul Ryan was installed as the current US president with Chief of Staff General Dunford as VP along with Obamas administration having been moved out of the White House. Didn't happen. Sometimes I think there are two time lines running together alongside each other where NESARA folks are on one side and the rest of us are stuck here.


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Eartheart on Fri Mar 25, 2016 11:29 am


    Alloha he & Peleholo, Carol  Blushes  ,

    i posted this because of hints pointing at complications and considerations behind the scenes of clintons confinments and impeachments processings...

    As my higher form of resurrected abundance frees me from cravings for funds, i have no known correlation to Nesaragesare/RV/BaselXXX ect. as my
    work is unpaid anyhow and my services since 96 of the last centuryever...

    Partly i posted all of the dunford material here in the hope of dialog about it,   Heh heh  not for holding a battleflag...

    The multiple timelines and diverse parallel realities figting for numbers of brains and souls is factual and funny, considering the distaste of the lightbeeing realms for this kind of manipulative hording...     Lmfao

    Be shure we'll have a sudden spike of individualized godknows what for us and animals too, which forces cristallized OMNIholo-all and the dropping of all prepperXXXX from hand and earthearts    Lmao

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    Post  Carol on Fri Mar 25, 2016 1:47 pm

    I wouldn't mind having a conversation about the Dunford's Material because I don't know what to think about some of this and am curious.


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    Post  Carol on Mon Mar 28, 2016 10:10 am

    CLINTON AND HER INDICTMENT.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/02/05/2950798/

    Klein said that Comey has a choice at the end of the investigation—he could send the case to Attorney General Loretta Lynch and recommend whether Clinton should be indicted or he can bypass the Justice Department and the White House and go to a federal judge who is overseeing the case. Klein posited that when the FBI concludes its investigation, Comey may ultimately let a federal judge decide whether to indict Clinton.


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    Post  Carol on Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:54 pm

    With Hillary Clinton's Email Lies Unravelling, 147 FBI Agents Are On Her Heels
    Tyler Durden's pictureSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 03/28/2016

    Blackrock FBI FOIA Judicial Watch


    Earlier this month, conservative legal advocacy group Judicial Watch released a series of documents obtained via an FOIA request which appear to prove that Hillary Clinton knew her BlackBerry wasn’t secure when she and her staff moved into Mahogany Row (the nickname given to the set of offices reserved for senior officials in the Department of State).

    E-mail exchanges between Senior Coordinator for Security Infrastructure Donald Reid and the NSA show Clinton was intent on obtaining a secure BlackBerry that she could use in restricted areas.

    Although Clinton would of course be given a desktop computer on which she could safely conduct state business, Reid said the Secretary had become “addicted” to her BlackBerry during her ill-fated 2008 Presidential campaign. “The issue here is one of personal comfort,” an e-mail from Reid reads. “S [Secretary Clinton] does not use a personal computer so our view of someone wedded to their email (why doesn’t she use her desktop when in SCIF?) doesn’t fit this scenario … during the campaign she was urged to keep in contact with thousands via a BB … once she got the hang of it she was hooked … now everyday [sic], she feels hamstrung because she has to lock her BB up.”

    When the NSA wasn’t receptive, long-time Clinton aid and BlackRock crony Cheryl Mills tried her hand at convincing security officials to find a work around for Clinton’s BlackBerry but she too was rebuffed. “The department's designated NSA liaison, whose name was redacted from the documents, expressed concerns about security vulnerabilities inherent with using BlackBerry devices for secure communications or in secure areas,” AP recounts, adding that “Clinton began sending work-related emails through private accounts soon after, in March 2009.”

    Or so the story goes. In fact, however, Clinton may have begun using the private server housed in her basement before March. And while there’s some ambiguity, that would seem to contradict statements she made under oath.

    "Conservative legal watchdogs have discovered new emails from Hillary Clinton’s private email server dating back to the first days of her tenure as secretary of State," The Hill reports, referencing newly released messages turned up by Judicial Watch. "The previously undisclosed February 2009 emails between Clinton from her then-chief of staff, Cheryl Mills, raise new questions about the scope of emails from Clinton’s early days in office that were not handed over to the State Department for recordkeeping and may have been lost entirely." Here, for instance, is a message dated February 13 that appears to reference the meeting Mills had with the NSA:

    Just to clarify, this is a problem because Clinton's campaign has contended that she did not use the personal account prior to March and the publicly released e-mails begin on March 18.

    Again, there's some ambiguity here. “[Clinton] has previously acknowledged that she emailed with department officials before March 18, 2009, the date of the first email in the collection that former Secretary Clinton provided to the Department in December 2014," a State Department official said last week. “Former Secretary Clinton has also indicated that she does not have access to work-related emails beyond those she turned over to the Department."

    So essentially, the argument is that although there were indeed work related e-mails sent prior to March 18, Clinton could not access them to turn them over - or something. The story keeps changing. And indeed that's the whole problem. At this point it's abundantly clear that Clinton would have been far better off telling the truth from the very beginning and the fact that incremental information continues to surface certainly seems to suggest that the former First Lady fully intends to admit only what someone else can prove. That doesn't exactly inspire much trust.

    “So now we know that, contrary to her statement under oath suggesting otherwise, Hillary Clinton did not turn over all her government emails,” Tom Fitton, the head of Judicial Watch said in a statement. “We also know why Hillary Clinton falsely suggests she didn’t use clintonemail.com account prior to March, 18, 2009 — because she didn’t want Americans to know about her February 13, 2009, email that shows that she knew her Blackberry and email use was not secure.”

    While we would note that there's a bit of confirmation bias going on there (i.e. Fitton said the messages he uncovered earlier this month were proof that Clinton knew her BlackBerry wasn't secure and now he says the new e-mails are proof that that proof was indeed proof), Fitton is probably right. Clinton most likely would rather not have been forced to admit that she and Cheryl Mills essentially tried to browbeat the NSA into figuring out how to accommodate the BlackBerrys because the very fact that they had the conversation in the first place suggests Clinton and Mills knew the devices weren't secure.

    But more importantly, it seems exceedingly unlikely that Clinton couldn't have turned over the messages from February had she wanted to. That is, how is it that she had access to mail on her private sever from March 18 but not from the beginning of February? Did she permanently delete the messages? And if so, why?

    Well the FBI intends to find out, because as a new Washington Post piece (which you're encouraged to read in its entirety) details, the Bureau now has 147 agents on the case. "One hundred forty-seven FBI agents have been deployed to run down leads" WaPo writes, adding that "the FBI has accelerated the investigation because officials want to avoid the possibility of announcing any action too close to the election."

    While we can always hold out some hope that Clinton will one day be held accountable and that someone, somewhere will dispel with the notion that America's political aristocracy is above the law, we can't help but suspect that we'll never see Hillary Clinton in black and white stripes - unless it's a pantsuit.

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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUbH7htwxR0
    Focus group calls Hillary Clinton 'worst liar I think I've ever seen,' says she 'lied about lying'




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzZkclSJTI0&ebc=ANyPxKpqtqMwSGOqpM0Z6JCqkfRaYG7Hg5DvzG5GBTmSLXu5RhWmgv4pHXPRz3E6inYyP09L4SNLZLyoOeWcH8yfjEJM6XteCA

    Published on Mar 20, 2016
    March 20th, 2016 • Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton believes that the FBI will "explode" if Hillary Clinton is not indicted for the mishandling of classified emails due to political considerations from the Obama White House.
    Bolton spoke with Aaron Klein Investigative Radio.


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    The New Part-Time Job: "Get Paid $15 An Hour To Protest At The Trump Rally"
    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/30/2016
     
    For those wondering why Trump rallies tend to devolve to pugilistic matches, where even belligerent 15-year-old protesting (or perhaps "provocative" is a better word) girls end up getting pepper sprayed much to the media's fascination, the answer is Craig's List ads such as the one below, in which allegedly "I'm feelin' the Bern"-affiliated organizers provide paid positions for protesters at Trump rallies, and which provide not only shuttle buses, parking, and signs (as well as time cards) but also hand out $15/hour (as a "part-time employment") for said protest activity "due to the economic inequality."



    Well that's one way to cover the "minimum wage."

    This particular ad has since been removed by its author, although as the Daily Caller recently pointed out, this is a recurring pattern as anti-Trump protesters openly admit answering Craigslist ads and getting paid to protest at Trump rallies. This is what the DC said previously:

    The Establishment on both the left and the right, who want to disenfranchise the millions of Republican voters who support Donald Trump, have blamed the staged riots near Trump rallies on Trump or on Bernie Sanders. That’s like blaming the Russians for the Reichstag Fire. Bernie has little to do with these manufactured protests. This is a Clinton operation, a faux protest.
     
    False flag operations have long been common in politics, but these riots are poisonous to the electorate, intentionally designed to turn violent and stifle free speech.
     
    This free speech-busting goon squad operation is directed by supporters of Hillary Clinton. It is paid for mostly by George Soros and MoveOn.org and pushed by David Brock at Media Matters for America. It’s also funded by reclusive billionaire Jonathan Lewis, who was identified by the Miami New Times as a “mystery man.” He inherited roughly a billion dollars from his father Peter Lewis (founder of Progressive Insurance Company).
     
    A march and demonstration against Trump at Trump Tower essentially fizzled Saturday when only 500 “protesters” of the promised 5000 showed up. Infiltrating the crowd, I learned most were from MoveOn or the Occupy movement. Soap was definitely in short supply in this crowd. Several admitted answering a Craig’s list ad paying $16.00 an hour for protesters.
     
    Hillary understands that Trump would lose the votes of certain establishment Republicans if he were the nominee. On the other hand, it doesn’t matter, because of his crossover outreach. In Michigan, Democrats and independents who have lost their jobs because of disastrous globalist trade deals like NAFTA are lining up to vote for Donald.



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    Post  Carol on Thu Mar 31, 2016 9:34 am

    The FBI stalks Hillary while Bill Clinton trolls Obama

    The Clintons may sense a breakdown






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    Former President Bill Clinton and Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally in Iowa. (Associated press) more >

    By Monica Crowley - The Washington Times -Thursday, March 31, 2016

    ANALYSIS/OPINION:

    Do Bill and Hillary Clinton sense a breakdown in whatever deal they may have struck with President Obama to protect her presidential ambitions? Is whatever negotiation they may have been conducting over her email server problem and any inside information she may have on him now imploding? Or have the Clintons “won” the negotiation with Mr. Obama, freeing them to hit him publicly to get her elected?


    Something has happened, which has led Mr. Clinton to openly slam Mr. Obama: ” If you believe we’ve finally come to the point where we can put the awful legacy of the last eight years behind us ” he said recently. A few days later, Chelsea Clinton launched a broadside on Obamacare’s costs. A classic Clintonian one-two punch, coming just days before a report that the FBI is seeking interviews with Mrs. Clinton’s top aides, and likely Mrs. Clinton herself. Most investigations interview the target last.

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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Thu Mar 31, 2016 5:16 pm

    From Democracy To Pathocracy: The Rise Of The Political Psychopath
    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/30/2016
    Submitted by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute,

    Politicians are more likely than people in the general population to be sociopaths. I think you would find no expert in the field of sociopathy/psychopathy/antisocial personality disorder who would dispute this... That a small minority of human beings literally have no conscience was and is a bitter pill for our society to swallow — but it does explain a great many things, shamelessly deceitful political behavior being one.”—Dr. Martha Stout, clinical psychologist and former instructor at Harvard Medical School
    Twenty years ago, a newspaper headline asked the question: “What’s the difference between a politician and a psychopath?”


    The answer, then and now, remains the same: None.

    There is no difference between psychopaths and politicians.


    Nor is there much of a difference between the havoc wreaked on innocent lives by uncaring, unfeeling, selfish, irresponsible, parasitic criminals and elected officials who lie to their constituents, trade political favors for campaign contributions, turn a blind eye to the wishes of the electorate, cheat taxpayers out of hard-earned dollars, favor the corporate elite, entrench the military industrial complex, and spare little thought for the impact their thoughtless actions and hastily passed legislation might have on defenseless citizens.

    Psychopaths and politicians both have a tendency to be selfish, callous, remorseless users of others, irresponsible, pathological liars, glib, con artists, lacking in remorse and shallow.

    Charismatic politicians, like criminal psychopaths, exhibit a failure to accept responsibility for their actions, have a high sense of self-worth, are chronically unstable, have socially deviant lifestyle, need constant stimulation, have parasitic lifestyles and possess unrealistic goals.


    It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about Democrats or Republicans.

    Political psychopaths are all largely cut from the same pathological cloth, brimming with seemingly easy charm and boasting calculating minds. Such leaders eventually create pathocracies—totalitarian societies bent on power, control, and destruction of both freedom in general and those who exercise their freedoms.

    Once psychopaths gain power, the result is usually some form of totalitarian government or a pathocracy. “At that point, the government operates against the interests of its own people except for favoring certain groups,” author James G. Long notes. “We are currently witnessing deliberate polarizations of American citizens, illegal actions, and massive and needless acquisition of debt. This is typical of psychopathic systems, and very similar things happened in the Soviet Union as it overextended and collapsed.”

    In other words, electing a psychopath to public office is tantamount to national hara-kiri, the ritualized act of self-annihilation, self-destruction and suicide. It signals the demise of democratic government and lays the groundwork for a totalitarian regime that is legalistic, militaristic, inflexible, intolerant and inhuman.

    So why do we keep doing it over and over again?

    There’s no shortage of dire warnings about the devastation that could be wrought if any one of the current crop of candidates running for the White House gets elected. Yet where the doomsayers go wrong is by ignoring the damage that has already been inflicted on our nation and its citizens by a psychopathic government.

    According to investigative journalist Zack Beauchamp, “In 2012, a group of psychologists evaluated every President from Washington to Bush II using ‘psychopathy trait estimates derived from personality data completed by historical experts on each president.’ They found that presidents tended to have the psychopath’s characteristic fearlessness and low anxiety levels — traits that appear to help Presidents, but also might cause them to make reckless decisions that hurt other people’s lives.”

    The willingness to prioritize power above all else, including the welfare of their fellow human beings, ruthlessness, callousness and an utter lack of conscience are among the defining traits of the sociopath.

    When our own government no longer sees us as human beings with dignity and worth but as things to be manipulated, maneuvered, mined for data, manhandled by police, conned into believing it has our best interests at heart, mistreated, jailed if we dare step out of line, and then punished unjustly without remorse—all the while refusing to own up to its failings—we are no longer operating under a constitutional republic.

    Instead, as I point out in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, what we are experiencing is a pathocracy: tyranny at the hands of a psychopathic government, which “operates against the interests of its own people except for favoring certain groups.”

    Worse, psychopathology is not confined to those in high positions of government. It can spread like a virus among the populace. As an academic study into pathocracy concluded, “[T]yranny does not flourish because perpetuators are helpless and ignorant of their actions. It flourishes because they actively identify with those who promote vicious acts as virtuous.”

    People don’t simply line up and salute. It is through one’s own personal identification with a given leader, party or social order that they become agents of good or evil.

    Much depends on how leaders “cultivate a sense of identification with their followers,” says Professor Alex Haslam. “I mean one pretty obvious thing is that leaders talk about ‘we’ rather than ‘I,’ and actually what leadership is about is cultivating this sense of shared identity about ‘we-ness’ and then getting people to want to act in terms of that ‘we-ness,’ to promote our collective interests. . . . [We] is the single word that has increased in the inaugural addresses over the last century . . . and the other one is ‘America.’”

    The goal of the modern corporate state is obvious: to promote, cultivate, and embed a sense of shared identification among its citizens. To this end, “we the people” have become “we the police state.”

    We are fast becoming slaves in thrall to a faceless, nameless, bureaucratic totalitarian government machine that relentlessly erodes our freedoms through countless laws, statutes, and prohibitions.

    More: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-30/democracy-pathocracy-rise-political-psychopath


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Fri Apr 01, 2016 10:48 am

    "WE'RE GOING TO WAR" – OLIVER STONE FEARS THE DANGEROUS EXTREMISM OF NEOCON HILLARY CLINTON
    Published: April 1, 2016
    SOURCE: ZERO HEDGE
    BY MIKE KRIEGER VIA LIBERTY BLITZKRIEG BLOG,

    When fear becomes collective, when anger becomes collective, it’s extremely dangerous. It is overwhelming… The mass media and the military-industrial complex create a prison for us, so we continue to think, see, and act in the same way… We need the courage to express ourselves even when the majority is going in the opposite direction… because a change of direction can happen only when there is a collective awakening… Therefore, it is very important to say, ‘I am here!’ to those who share the same kind of insight.

    — Thich Nhat Hanh, Buddhist Monk, The Art of Power


    Oliver Stone has penned a powerful and emotional takedown of Hillary Clinton, focusing on her insane neocon foreign policy chops in a piece published in the Huffington Post titled, Why I’m for Bernie Sanders.

    What follows are just a few paragraphs, I suggest reading the entire thing:

    We’re going to war — either hybrid in nature to break the Russian state back to its 1990s subordination, or a hot war (which will destroy our country). Our citizens should know this, but they don’t because our media is dumbed down in its “Pravda”-like support for our “respectable,” highly aggressive government. We are being led, as C. Wright Mills said in the 1950s, by a government full of “crackpot realists: in the name of realism they’ve constructed a paranoid reality all their own.” Our media has credited Hillary Clinton with wonderful foreign policy experience, unlike Trump, without really noting the results of her power-mongering. She’s comparable to Bill Clinton’s choice of Cold War crackpot Madeleine Albright as one of the worst Secretary of States we’ve had since … Condi Rice? Albright boasted, “If we have to use force it is because we are America; we are the indispensable nation. We stand tall and we see further than other countries into the future.”

    Hillary’s record includes supporting the barbaric “contras” against the Nicaraguan people in the 1980s, supporting the NATO bombing of the former Yugoslavia, supporting the ongoing Bush-Iraq War, the ongoing Afghan mess, and as Secretary of State the destruction of the secular state of Libya, the military coup in Honduras, and the present attempt at “regime change” in Syria. Every one of these situations has resulted in more extremism, more chaos in the world, and more danger to our country. Next will be the borders of Russia, China, and Iran. Look at the viciousness of her recent AIPAC speech (don’t say you haven’t been warned). Can we really bear to watch as Clinton “takes our alliance [with Israel] to the next level”? Where is our sense of proportion? Cannot the media, at the least, call her out on this extremism? The problem, I think, is this political miasma of “correctness” that dominates American thinking (i.e. Trump is extreme, therefore Hillary is not).

    This is why I’m praying still for Bernie Sanders, because he’s the only one willing, at least in the name of fiscal sanity, to cut back on our foreign interventions, bring the troops home, and with these trillions of dollars no longer wasted on malice, try to protect the “homeland” by actually rebuilding it and putting money into its people, schools, and infrastructure.

    Albert Camus, talking about the doomed Spanish Civil War in the 1930s wrote, “Men of my generation have had Spain in our hearts. It was there that they learned … that one can be right and yet be beaten, that force can vanquish spirit, and that there are times when courage is not rewarded.” It’s true the light was extinguished for generations in Spain. America was sleeping, but it finally did the right thing and went to war against Fascism. I believe Fascism is still our greatest enemy and its face is everywhere in our so-called “democracies.” It was always about the moneyed interests that had the power. That is what Fascism is and that is the danger we are in now. Sanders talks about money, listen to him. He talks cogently about money and its power to distort. He’s the only one who has raised his voice against the corruption in our politics. Clinton has embraced this corruption.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-31/were-going-war-–-oliver-stone-fears-dangerous-extremism-neocon-hillary-clinton


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    Post  Carol on Fri Apr 01, 2016 9:51 pm


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kypl1MYuKDY
    Hillary Clinton: A Career Criminal
    Just a few (25) of the scandals, lies, and criminal activity of Hillary Clinton.


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    Post  Carol on Thu Apr 07, 2016 1:23 pm

    Hillary’s campaign behemoth built on a mountain of secret cash
    By Marisa Schultz April 7, 2016

    WASHINGTON — The big-money campaign finance system that Hillary Clinton has pledged to dismantle as president is what’s fueling her White House bid, according to a new investigation.

    The Democratic front-runner’s campaign behemoth is built on super PACs, secret cash and unlimited contributions — the very things she’s railed against on the campaign trail, according to the Center for Public Integrity.


    The center said its investigation found Clinton’s own election efforts “are largely immune from her reformist platform.”

    Clinton’s campaign committee has raised about $160 million compared to rival Bernie Sanders’ $140 million. But she’s buoyed by four pro-Clinton super PACs that have together raised at least $86 million and often work together.

    These outside groups that can raise unlimited dollars are connected to David Brock, a longtime Clinton ally.

    “She doesn’t just have a constellation, she has a galaxy — a Milky Way — of this outside funding,” said former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee, a former Democratic presidential candidate.

    Instead of denouncing super PACs — like rivals Sanders and Donald Trump — Clinton has embraced them, by “personally wooing potential PAC donors and dispatching former President Bill Clinton and campaign manager John Podesta on similar missions,” the investigation found.

    Super PAC contributors include billionaire financiers George Soros and Haim Saban.

    Super PACs are prohibited from directly coordinating with the campaign on spending strategy, but Clinton personally reached out to Saban to solicit the TV mogul’s “thoughts and recommendations” on how to counter the “boycott, divestment and sanction” movement against Israel’s presence in Palestinian territory, the investigation found.

    “I will be speaking out publicly on this issue in the weeks ahead, so I am eager to hear your perspective and advice,” Clinton last year wrote Saban — who with his wife contributed $5 million to the Priorities USA Action super PAC. “Looking forward to working with you on this,” she added in a hand-written postscript.

    More:http://nypost.com/2016/04/07/hillarys-campaign-behemoth-built-on-a-mountain-of-secret-cash/


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    Re: Hillary has been a very bad girl - PART 1

    Post  Carol on Thu Apr 07, 2016 1:53 pm

    Panama Papers Reveal Clinton’s Kremlin Connection
    John and Tony Podesta aren’t fooling anyone

    By John R. Schindler

    PITTSBURGH, PA - APRIL 06: Democratic Presidential candidate former Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally in Skibo Hall at Carnegie Mellon University on April 6, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Senator Clinton spent the day in both ends of the state campaigning for the April 26th state primary.

    The revelations of the so-called Panama Papers that are roiling the world’s political and financial elites this week include important facts about Team Clinton. This unprecedented trove of documents purloined from a shady Panama law firm that arranged tax havens, and perhaps money laundering, for the globe’s super-rich includes juicy insights into how Russia’s elite hides its ill-gotten wealth.

    Almost lost among the many revelations is the fact that Russia’s biggest bank uses The Podesta Group as its lobbyist in Washington, DC. Though hardly a household name, this firm is well known inside the Beltway, not least because its CEO is Tony Podesta, one of the best-connected Democratic machers in the country. He founded the firm in 1998 with his brother John, formerly chief of staff to President Bill Clinton, then counselor to President Barack Obama, Mr. Podesta is the very definition of a Democratic insider. Outsiders engage the Podestas and their well-connected lobbying firm to improve their image and get access to Democratic bigwigs.

    Which is exactly what Sberbank, Russia’s biggest financial institution, did this spring. As reported at the end of March, the Podesta Group registered with the U.S. Government as a lobbyist for Sberbank, as required by law, naming three Podesta Group staffers: Tony Podesta plus Stephen Rademaker and David Adams, the last two former assistant secretaries of state. It should be noted that Tony Podesta is a big-money bundler for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign while his brother John is the chairman of that campaign, the chief architect of her plans to take the White House this November.

    Sberbank (Savings Bank in Russian) engaged the Podesta Group to help its public image—leading Moscow financial institutions not exactly being known for their propriety and wholesomeness—and specifically to help lift some of the pain of sanctions placed on Russia in the aftermath of the Kremlin’s aggression against Ukraine, which has caused real pain to the country’s hard-hit financial sector.

    It’s hardly surprising that Sberbank sought the help of Democratic insiders like the Podesta Group to aid them in this difficult hour, since they clearly understand how American politics work. The question is why the Podesta Group took Sberbank’s money. That financial institution isn’t exactly hiding in the shadows—it’s the biggest bank in Russia, and its reputation leaves a lot to be desired. Nobody acquainted with Russian finance was surprised that Sberbank wound up in the Panama Papers.

    Since the brothers are destined for very high-level jobs if the Democrats triumph in November, their relationship is something they—and Clinton—need to explain.

    Although Sberbank has its origins in the nineteenth century, it was functionally reborn after the Soviet collapse, and it the 1990s it grew to be the dominant bank in the country, today controlling nearly 30 percent of Russia’s aggregate banking assets and employing a quarter-million people. The majority stockholder in Sberbank is Russia’s Central Bank. In other words, Sberbank is functionally an arm of the Kremlin, although it’s ostensibly a private institution.

    Certainly Western intelligence is well acquainted with Sberbank, noting its close relationship with Vladimir Putin and his regime. Funds moving through Sberbank are regularly used to support clandestine Russian intelligence operations, while the bank uses its offices abroad as cover for the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service or SVR. A NATO counterintelligence official explained that Sberbank, which has outposts in almost two dozen foreign countries, “functions as a sort of arm of the SVR outside Russia, especially because many of its senior employees are ‘former’ Russian intelligence officers.” Inside the country, Sberbank has an equally cosy relationship with the Federal Security Service or FSB, Russia’s powerful domestic intelligence agency.

    Ukraine has pointed a finger at Sberbank as an instrument of Russia’s aggression against their country. In 2014, Ukraine’s Security Service charged Sberbank with “financing terrorism,” noting that its branches were distributing millions of dollars in illegal aid to Russian-backed separatists fighting in eastern Ukraine. Kyiv’s conclusion, that Sberbank is a witting supporter of Russian aggression against Ukraine, is broadly supported by Western intelligence. “Sberbank is the Kremlin, they don’t do anything major without Putin’s go-ahead, and they don’t tell him ‘no’ either,” explained a retired senior U.S. intelligence official with extensive experience in Eastern Europe.

    In addition, Ukrainian intelligence has alleged that the FSB collaborated with Sberbank in the bombings of two of the bank’s branches in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, in June 2015. The attacks caused no casualties but got major coverage in Russian state media as “proof” of Ukraine’s instability and violent anti-Russian nature. Although the notion that Russian spies would plant bombs as a provocation, what the Kremlin terms provokatsiya, may sound outlandish to those unacquainted with espionage, in fact Russian spies have been doing such things since tsarist times. What I’ve termed “fake terrorism” is a longstanding Kremlin core competency, and it can only be pulled off with logistical support, including with finances.

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    [Exposed] Obama blocking Hillary investigation
    APRIL 7, 2016

    For months President Barack Obama’s administration has been maneuvering to thwart an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of potentially classified emails while secretary of state.

    Now, administration officials have just made their most public attempt yet to keep the American people from learning the truth and to keep Clinton from being held accountable.

    Just last month, Federal District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan granted the consumer watchdog group Judicial Watch permission to conduct “limited discovery” into why Clinton used a private email server at her New York home while serving as the nation’s top diplomat.

    In his ruling, which paved the way for Clinton and her top aides to face questioning under oath, Sullivan said there was evidence that the government had acted in bad faith.

    And it looks like they’re not done acting in bad faith. Because the State Department is now desperately trying to prevent the inquiry from moving forward.

    Obama’s administration lawyers — working for the State Department — have asked a federal judge to severely restrict the kinds of information Judicial Watch could ask about or learn. In fact, the State Department is trying to block any questions about the email setup from being asked at all.

    Topics the government asked to be off limits include the “employment status of a single employee; the storage, handling, transmission, or protection of classified information, including cybersecurity issues; and questions about any pending investigations.”

    While the FBI is also currently investigating Clinton’s use of private email, the constant stalling techniques have the fingerprints of Obama and the Democratic machine all over them. They’re desperate to prevent any more bombshell findings — or criminal charges — until after the November election.

    Of course, this isn’t the first time the Obama administration’s involvement in the Clinton email scandal has been scrutinized. The Horn News reported last month that critics have accused the Obama administration of all sorts of nasty tricks like concealing secret Clinton indictments, hiding nearly 100,000 Clinton emails and of hindering the FBI investigation.

    The Associated Press contributed to this article.
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    Post  Carol on Sat Apr 09, 2016 6:53 pm



    Hillary Clinton Lying for 13 Minutes Straight  I don’t usually pass things like this on, but is pretty amazing to hear her switching her story over and over again! 
     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dY77j6uBHI


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    Post  Carol on Mon Apr 11, 2016 12:33 pm



    Why Hillary Clinton Cannot Beat Donald Trump
    By Tyler Durden
    Created 02/25/2016 - 22:30
    Submitted by Tyler Durden [1] on 02/25/2016
     
    Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, [13]
    This morning, I read a fantastic article by Nathan J. Robinson in Current Affairs titled: Unless the Democrats Run Sanders, a Trump Nomination Means a Trump Presidency [14]. Several months ago, I would have disagreed with this statement, but today I think it’s entirely accurate.


    One thing Clinton supporters remain in complete denial about (other than the fact most Americans who don’t identify as Democrats find her to be somewhere in between untrustworthy and criminal), is that a significant number of Sanders supporters will never vote for Hillary.Forget the fact that I know a few personally, I’ve noticed several interviews with voters who proclaim Sanders to be their first choice but Trump their second. Are they just saying this or do they mean it? I think a lot them mean it.


    Mr. Robinson’s article is a brilliant deep dive into what a real life Trump vs. Clinton matchup would look like, not what clueless beltway wonks want it to look it. What emerges is a convincing case that the only person who could stand up to Trump and defeat him in November is Bernie Sanders. I agree.


    So without further ado, here are a few excerpts:


    Instinctively, Hillary Clinton has long seemed by far the more electable of the two Democratic candidates. She is, after all, an experienced, pragmatic moderate, whereas Sanders is a raving, arm-flapping elderly Jewish socialist from Vermont. Clinton is simply closer to the American mainstream, thus she is more attractive to a broader swath of voters. Sanders campaigners have grown used to hearing the heavy-hearted lament “I like Bernie, I just don’t think he can win.” And in typical previous American elections, this would be perfectly accurate.
     
    But this is far from a typical previous American election. And recently, everything about the electability calculus has changed, due to one simple fact: Donald Trump is likely to be the Republican nominee for President. Given this reality, every Democratic strategic question must operate not on the basis of abstract electability against a hypothetical candidate, but specific electability against the actual Republican nominee, Donald Trump.
     
    Here, a Clinton match-up is highly likely to be an unmitigated electoral disaster, whereas a Sanders candidacy stands a far better chance. Every one of Clinton’s (considerable) weaknesses plays to every one of Trump’s strengths, whereas every one of Trump’s (few) weaknesses plays to every one of Sanders’s strengths. From a purely pragmatic standpoint, running Clinton against Trump is a disastrous, suicidal proposition.
     
    Her supporters insist that she has already been “tried and tested” against all the attacks that can be thrown at her. But this is not the case; she has never been subjected to the full brunt of attacks that come in a general presidential election. Bernie Sanders has ignored most tabloid dirt, treating it as a sensationalist distraction from real issues (“Enough with the damned emails!”) But for Donald Trump, sensationalist distractions are the whole game. He will attempt to crucify her. And it is very, very likely that he will succeed.
     
    This campaigning style makes Hillary Clinton Donald Trump’s dream opponent. She gives him an endless amount to work with. The emails, Benghazi, Whitewater, Iraq, the Lewinsky scandal, Chinagate [15]Travelgate [16], the missing law firm records [17]Jeffrey Epstein [18]Kissinger [19]Marc Rich [20]Haiti [21]Clinton Foundation tax errors [22]Clinton Foundation conflicts of interest [23]“We were broke when we left the White House,” [24] Goldman Sachs [25]… There is enough material in Hillary Clinton’s background for Donald Trump to run with six times over.
     
    Even a skilled campaigner would have a very difficult time parrying such endless attacks by Trump. Even the best campaigner would find it impossible to draw attention back to actual substantive policy issues, and would spend their every moment on the defensive. But Hillary Clinton is neither the best campaigner nor even a skilled one. In fact, she is a dreadful campaigner. She may be a skilled policymaker, but on the campaign trail she makes constant missteps and never realizes things have gone wrong until it’s too late.
     
    Everyone knows this. Even among Democratic party operatives, she’s acknowledged [26] as “awkward and uninspiring on the stump,” carrying “Bill’s baggage with none of Bill’s warmth.” New York magazine described her [27] “failing to demonstrate the most elementary political skills, much less those learned at Toastmasters or Dale Carnegie.” Last year the White House was panicking [28] at her levels of electoral incompetence, her questionable decisionmaking, and her inclination for taking sleazy shortcuts. More recently, noting Sanders’s catch-up in the polls, The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin said [29] that she was a “rotten candidate” whose attacks on Sanders made no sense, and that “at some point, you cannot blame the national mood or a poor staff or a brilliant opponent for Hillary Clinton’s campaign woes.” Yet in a race against Trump, Hillary will be handicapped not only by her feeble campaigning skills, but the fact that she will have a sour national mood, a poor staff, and a brilliant opponent.
     
    Every Democrat should take some time to fairly, dispassionately examine Clinton’s track record as a campaigner. Study[30] how the ‘08 campaign was handled, and how this one has gone [31]. Assess her strengths and weaknesses with as little bias or prejudice as possible. Then picture the race against Trump, and think about how it will unfold.
     
    It’s easy to see that Trump has every single advantage. Because the Republican primary will be over, he can come at her from both right and left as he pleases. As the candidate who thundered against the Iraq War [32] at the Republican debate, he can taunt Clinton over her support for it. He will paint her as a member of the corrupt political establishment, and will even offer proof: “Well, I know you can buy politicians, because I bought Senator Clinton. I gave her money, she came to my wedding [33].” He can make it appear that Hillary Clinton can be bought, that he can’t, and that he is in charge. It’s also hard to defend against, because it appears to be partly true. Any denial looks like a lie, thus making Hillary’s situation look even worse. And then, when she stumbles, he will mock her as incompetent.
     
    Charges of misogyny against Trump won’t work. He is going to fill the press [34] with the rape and harassment allegations[35] against Bill Clinton and Hillary’s role [36] in discrediting the victims (something that made even Lena Dunham [37] deeply queasy.) He can always remind people that Hillary Clinton referred to Monica Lewinsky as a “narcissistic loony toon [38].” Furthermore, since Trump is not an anti-Planned Parenthood zealot [39] (being the only one willing to stick up for women’s health in a room full of Republicans), it will be hard for Clinton to paint him as the usual anti-feminist right-winger.
     
    Trump will capitalize on his reputation as a truth-teller, and be vicious about both Clinton’s sudden changes of position (e.g. the switch on gay marriage [40], plus the affected economic populism of her run against Sanders) and her perceived dishonesty. One can already imagine the monologue:
     
    “She lies so much. Everything she says is a lie. I’ve never seen someone who lies so much in my life. Let me tell you three lies she’s told. She made up a story [41] about how she was ducking sniper fire! There was no sniper fire. She made it up! How do you forget a thing like that? She said she was named [42] after Sir Edmund Hillary, the guy who climbed Mount Everest. He hadn’t even climbed it when she was born! Total lie! She lied about the emails [43], of course, as we all know, and is probably going to be indicted. You know she said there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq! It was a lie! Thousands of American soldiers are dead because of her. Not only does she lie, her lies kill people. That’s four lies, I said I’d give you three. You can’t even count them. You want to go on PolitiFact, see how many lies [44] she has? It takes you an hour to read them all! In fact, they ask her, she doesn’t even say she hasn’t lied. They asked her straight up [45], she says she usually tries to tell the truth! Ooooh, she tries! Come on! This is a person, every single word out of her mouth is a lie. Nobody trusts her. Check the polls, nobody trusts her. Yuge liar.”
     
    Trump will bob, weave, jab, and hook. He won’t let up. And because Clinton actually has lied, and actually did vote for the Iraq War, and actually is hyper-cosy with Wall Street, and actually does change her positions based on expediency, all she can do is issue further implausible denials, which will further embolden Trump. Nor does she have a single offensive weapon at her disposal, since every legitimate criticism of Trump’s background (inconsistent political positions, shady financial dealings, pattern of deception) is equally applicable to Clinton, and he knows how to make such things slide off him, whereas she does not.
    Here’s another example. If Hillary tries to hit Trump on his Mexican/Muslims comments, Trump can accurately point out she called inner city blacks “super predators.” [46]


    Nor are the demographics going to be as favorable to Clinton as she thinks. Trump’s populism will have [47] huge resonance among the white working class in both red and blue states; he might even peel [48] away her black support. And Trump has already proven false [49] the prediction that he would alienate Evangelicals through his vulgarity and his self-deification. Democrats are insistently repeating their belief that a Trump nomination will mobilize liberals to head to the polls like never before, but with nobody particularly enthusiastic for Clinton’s candidacy, it’s not implausible that a large number of people will find both options so unappealing that they stay home.
    Yep, many Sanders supporters will never vote for Hillary. In fact, more than a few will vote for Trump.


    Trump’s various unique methods of attack would instantly be made far less useful in a run against Sanders. All of the most personal charges (untrustworthiness, corruption, rank hypocrisy) are much more difficult to make stick. The rich history of dubious business dealings is nonexistent. None of the sleaze in which Trump traffics can be found clinging to Bernie. Trump’s standup routine just has much less obvious personal material to work with. Sanders is a fairly transparent guy; he likes the social safety net, he doesn’t like oligarchy, he’s a workaholic who sometimes takes a break to play basketball [50], and that’s pretty much all there is to it. Contrast that with the above-noted list of juicy Clinton tidbits.
     
    Trump can’t clown around nearly as much at a debate with Sanders, for the simple reason that Sanders is dead set on keeping every conversation about the plight of America’s poor under the present economic system. If Trump tells jokes and goofs off here, he looks as if he’s belittling poor people, not a magnificent idea for an Ivy League trust fund billionaire running against a working class public servant and veteran of the Civil Rights movement. Instead, Trump will be forced to do what Hillary Clinton has been forced to do during the primary, namely to make himself sound as much like Bernie Sanders as possible. For Trump, having to get serious and take the Trump Show off the air will be devastating to his unique charismatic appeal.
     
    Trump is an attention-craving parasite, and such creatures are powerful only when indulged and paid attention to. Clinton will be forced to pay attention to Trump because of his constant evocation of her scandals. She will attempt to go after [51] him. She will, in other words, feed the troll. Sanders, by contrast, will almost certainly behave as if Trump isn’t even there. He is unlikely to rise to Trump’s bait, because Sanders doesn’t even care to listen to anything that’s not about saving social security or the disappearing middle class. He will almost certainly seem as if he barely knows who Trump is. Sanders’s commercials will be similar to those he has run in the primary, featuring uplifting images of America [52], aspirational sentiments about what we can be together [53], and moving testimonies [54] from ordinary Americans. Putting such genuine dignity and good feeling against Trump’s race-baiting clownishness will be like finally pouring water on the Wicked Witch. Hillary Clinton cannot do this; with her, the campaign will inevitably descend into the gutter, and the unstoppable bloated Trump menace will continue to grow ever larger.
     
    Of course, the American people are still jittery about socialism. But they’re less jittery [55] than they used to be, and Bernie does a good job portraying socialism as being about little more than paid family leave [56] and sick days (a debatable proposition, but one beside the point.) His policies are popular [57] and appeal to the prevailing national sentiment. It’s a risk, certainly. But the Soviet Union bogeyman is long gone, and everyone [58] gets called a socialist these days no matter what their politics. It’s possible that swing voters dislike socialism more than they dislike Hillary Clinton, but in a time of economic discontent one probably shouldn’t bet on it.
     
    But even if it was correct to say that Sanders was “starting to” lose (instead of progressively losing less and less), this should only motivate all Democrats to work harder to make sure he is nominated. One’s support for Sanders should increase in direct proportion to one’s fear of Trump. 
     
    And if Trump is the nominee, Hillary Clinton should drop out of the race and throw her every ounce of energy into supporting Sanders. If this does not occur, the resulting consequences for Muslims and Mexican immigrants of a Trump presidency will be fully the responsibility of Clinton and the Democratic Party. To run a candidate who can’t win, or who is a very high-risk proposition, is to recklessly play with the lives of millions of people. So much depends on stopping Trump; a principled defeat will mean nothing to the deported, or to those being roughed up [59] by Trump’s goon squads or executed with pigs’ blood-dipped bullets [60].

    Trump vs. Clinton will appear to most Americans as a choice between something new and risky, and something old and corrupt. In 2016, who do you think the public will choose?


    If Democrats foolishly nominate Hillary Clinton, they will be the only ones to blame for a Trump Presidency.


    http://www.zerohedge.com/print/525144


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    How Hillary Helped Ruin Haiti
    Much of the blame for Haiti’s chaotic political scene can be pinned on Hillary Clinton’s State Department, whose handpicked president has only made things worse.


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    Post  Carol on Sat Apr 16, 2016 9:27 am


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkN0WS6pkfc
    Explosive! Arizona Voters Furious Over Election Rigging by Hillary Clinton -vid


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    Post  Carol on Sat Apr 16, 2016 10:43 pm

    WASHINGTON - After several seconds spent sitting motionless and glaring directly into the camera, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reportedly began Sunday’s video announcing her 2016 presidential bid by warning the nation not to XXXX this up for her.


    “Listen up, assholes, ’cause I’m only saying this once: I’ve worked way too goddamn hard to let you morons blow this thing for me,” said Clinton, repeatedly jabbing her index finger toward the viewers at home while adding that if they thought she was going to simply sit back and watch them dick her over like they did in 2008, they were out of their Xxxxxxxx minds.
     

     
    Seriously, don’t you dare even think about it. If you shitheads can just get in line, we can breeze through this whole campaign in 19 months and be done with it. Or, if you really want, we can do this the hard way. Because make no mistake, I’m not Xxxxxxxx around. Got it?
    Clinton then ended her announcement by vowing to fight for a better future for all working-class families like the one she grew up in.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-IaRympWvw

    Clinton Insider, Larry Nichols— the man who exposed numerous Clinton scandals including Monica Lewinsky, Whitewater and others—shares some of the most critical, crucial and concise information about whats about to slap America dead in the face.  Everything from an economic crisis, to election fraud, to a federal takeover, to planned martial law and it’s all coming to a terrifying end!  Take it from the man who wrote the play book, he knows whats ahead for America. 


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