Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
It looks like a done deal. Trump is in. Let's hope he'll do what he says he will. Watch Obama now. The next 3 months or so are crucial. He may yet move to pardon some very shady people. He may try and push some things through that are detrimental.
Nigel Farage says this is parallel to what happened in the UK: the citizens have woken up. They don't want warmongers and criminals running government. They don't want the country sold out to globalists and international bankers via the TPP, TAA and other supra-national treaties, and they don't want to answer to supra-national, unelected bodies that don't have the country's interests at heart. Also, they don't necessarily want to buy from overseas what they can grow or build themselves.
If the USA can get the globalists out of their hair and regain some sovereignty and productivity; if they can avoid wars like Clinton was ready to drag them into with Russia (just Google it) they may have a good enough run that they can be a blessing instead of a curse to other countries in the world.
The USA just got to first base. Now they need to 'drain the swamp'. Trump should talk to Putin, who has paid off Russia's debts to global bankers and asked them to leave Russia. Russia has taken a hammering for it, but at least they are free as a nation now to rebuild themselves. Putin recognises the real enemy, and it's not the USA. Let's hope Trump sees as clearly.
Monday, November 7, 2016
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange believes the same officials could have funded both the Clinton Foundation and Isis.
Wealthy officials from Qatar and Saudi Arabia who donated money to Hillary Clinton’s 'charitable' (my emphasis) foundation also provided financial support to Isis, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has claimed.
In an extended interview at the Ecuadorian embassy in London with documentary maker John Pilger (http://johnpilger.com/) for RT, Mr Assange said the same Saudi and Qatari officials could be seen to be supporting both the Clinton Foundation – founded by Mrs Clinton’s husband Bill – and funding the activities of Isis.
Mr Pilger asked if Mr Assange believed that “this notorious jihadist group, called Isil or Isis, is created largely with money from people who are giving money to the Clinton Foundation”
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“Yes,” Mr Assange replied.
The WikiLeaks founder pointed to an email exchange between presidential hopeful Ms Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta, leaked by his organisation last month, which he believes “is the most significant email in the whole collection”.
In the email sent on August 17 2014, Ms Clinton asked Mr Podesta, who at that time worked under president Barack Obama, to help put “pressure” on Qatar and Saudi Arabia regarding the countries’ alleged support for the terrorist group Isis.
“We need to use our diplomatic and more traditional intelligence assets to bring pressure on the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to Isil and other radical Sunni groups in the region,” Ms Clinton wrote.
Mr Assange noted the US government had never acknowledged governments of Middle East nations had financially supported Isis, instead arguing such support was isolated to “some rogue princes using their cut of the oil money to do whatever they like, although the government disapproves”, according to the WikiLeaks founder.
The portion of an email from 17 August, which Mr Assange believes is ‘most significant’ (WikiLeaks)
According to the Clinton Foundation, the Saudi Arabian government has donated between $10m (£8m) and $25million since the foundation was set up in 1997. Last month it was reported the government of Qatar offered to donate $1m to the foundation in celebration of Bill Clinton’s birthday.
Representatives from the Clinton Foundation have repeatedly denied accusations Ms Clinton has solicited funds and used donations to boost her campaign. There were no donations from Saudi Arabia while she was acting as secretary of state between 2009 and 2013.
Mr Assange also used the interview to dismiss the prospect of a Donald Trump victory in next week’s election, which the polls show will be close.
Saturday, November 5, 2016
Friday, November 4, 2016
I guess this is pretty much what we'd expect from Nikil and Hilary Clinton and their camp. per usual, US As reporters have a lot of passing, but the meat is there. https://youtu.be/f-geaiReiu0
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
Finally some people in the mainstream media are talking more honestly about the goings on. It's pretty hard to ignore hard evidence when tens of thousands of emails are leaked, many from the Clinton's private server, with damning content https://youtu.be/N_KsV7JtnqU. Once again, I'm not saying Trump is the solution, but that Hilary Clinton is dangerous and will not work in the interest of the American people. The Clinton family are essentially a crime family from way back.