Does anyone really believe that Anthony Bourdain hung himself in this quaint little French hotel without leaving a single warning or clue? He gave no indication whatsoever of committing an act of suicide. Most significantly, he just was not the type to take such a radical leap that was so contrary to his nature.
What is especially suspicious about this Illuminati hit is that “CNN said Bourdain was in Strasbourg filming an upcoming segment in his series “Parts Unknown”. When was the last time someone so engaged with and enthusiastic about their work killed him or herself ON THE JOB.
Like so many other so-called suicides, this one just doesn’t add up. What does make sense is that Anthony made a bunch of VIP enemies and showed no signs of slacking off in this regard. Moreover, it’s as though he got bit by the truth bug and he was going to expose it however he could.
Feud with Hillary
Then there is this tweet by Hillary Clinton’s former campaign spokesman, Brian Fallon. He tells Anthony Bourdain to “Go eat a scorpion or something.”
The following screenshot details more of the back story of what was really a rapidly exploding public feud.
Anthony was going the way of Kanye West and Elon Musk
Infowars also has an important perspective on this murderous affair as follows. Alex Jones provides critical insights into the awakening that Bourdain was quickly experiencing and then sharing with the world via his high platform at CNN.
It’s quite true that the Illuminati can no longer control their countless pawns who populate the societal landscape. Virtually every cultural icon, corporate titan and so-called “star” is a creation of the Illuminati-conceived, CIA MK-Ultra mind-control program. However, many of these folks are now leaving the Pedogate plantation.
The Hollywood, Music and Pro Athlete ‘stars’ are especially experiencing breakdowns in their programming. Several MSM talking heads and print reporters are now displaying lapses in the strict control that the CIA typically exerts on all major networks and news outlets. As a consequence, cultural influencers such as Kanye West and Elon Musk and Anthony Bourdain are speaking truth to power like never before.
Whether you agree with his politics or not, when a powerhouse like Anthony Bourdain escapes from this plantation, it sends a signal to many others looking to bust out. More and more we see the brave slaves to the SYSTEM taking back their power, standing in their own truth and speaking that truth to power. Anthony Bourdain was essentially setting himself up to be the “Spartacus” of the Third Millennium.
If there’s a silver lining in this dark cloud it is this: the naked assassination of an emerging hero like Anthony Bourdain will inevitably elevate him to a kind of cultural martyr status. After all, he knew exactly what he was getting himself into. And that takes an inordinate degree of courage because you never know when or where or how they will take you out.
Hence, quite unwittingly the elites have provided another rare role model for the rest of humanity to emulate. And all that needs to copied is raw courage and true grit that Anthony was increasingly exhibiting by the week. See: The ‘Nuclear Bomb’ that really took out Anthony Bourdain
Anthony’s girlfriend and #MeToo movement leader Asia Argento recently tore ’em up at Cannes
There’s no question that this duo — Anthony & Asia — had completely left the reservation of political correctness. Not only had Asia already gone totally rogue on the Hollywood Pedogate scandal, she has shown more fang in the establishment forums than anyone else in the #MeToo movement. View this video in order to really understand just how deep into the swamp Asia had gone.
The screenshot below offers crucial insights on Anthony Bourdain’s girlfriend — Asia Argento — a #MeToo firebrand of the highest order.
Now here’s Anthony Bourdain’s reaction to Asia Argento’s speech at Cannes. It ought to be obvious that Anthony greatly empowered his girlfriend to take on the Hollywood elites… right on their own turf. This has NEVER happened before…and will probably never happen again now that the Hollywood mob has murdered Anthony.
Now here’s the real kicker, as if the foregoing list of grave offenses against the establishment was not serious enough.
The scuttlebutt on the street is that, during Anthony Bourdain historic visit to Armenia, the locals took advantage of his ardent interest in history and revealed the truth about the Armenian Genocide. Given Turkey’s central role in that holocaust, he would undoubtedly incur the wrath of the current government in Ankara. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan won’t even entertain the remote possibility that Turkey was the main culprit in the first genocide of the 20th century. See: Syrian Holocaust: Turkey Copies The Armenian Genocide Game Plan
KEY POINT: The plight of the Palestinians is also an integral piece of the ongoing genocide being carried throughout the Levant. It’s all about sufficiently terrorizing the indigenous peoples so that they will either depart from their ancestral lands or be forced to leave by the unrelenting wars. Anthony Bourdain was very much in sympathy with the Palestinian predicament. ANTHONY BOURDAIN: Assassinated For Being A Friend of the Palestinians
So taken in by the true story of the outright genocide of the Armenian people during the second decade of the last century, Anthony had talked about a made-for-TV production exposing the facts as they have never been disclosed before–by the Armenian people themselves.
The reason why such a production would be so problematic (and radioactive) is because the Syrian War, which has occurred exactly 100 years later, was actually modeled after the Armenian Genocide. It has also been perpetrated by the very same state actors—Turkey, Saudi Arabia, United States, United Kingdom, as well as various elements within the worldwide Zionist movement. See: How the Syrian War and Ensuing Exodus were Modeled after the Armenian Genocide
The crucial point here is that Anthony Bourdain had made one too many enemies, and on so many fronts that the power elite felt genuinely threatened. The Illuminati will never hesitate to take out anyone who crosses their red lines. It appears that the courageous Bourdain crossed many just this year alone.
Side Note: What even Anthony Bourdain’s closest associates were totally unaware of is that he was only now coming into his own. Being a world famous chef, travel documentarian, TV producer, director, and writer, as well as a prolific author were but a preparation for the next stage of his life. As Anthony approached 62 years old, he set himself on a new life’s mission of truth-telling which put him in direct opposition to the power elite. Because he enjoyed such a high platform in the mainstream media (CNN), the elites would not allow an awakening soul to exert the powerful influence on society of which he was capable.
This meticulously planned murder of Anthony Bourdain was designed to do one thing more than anything else. It’s purpose was to send a strong message to every other famous TV personality and Hollywood star that going rogue WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.
It was quite obvious to everyone who knew Anthony that he would never take his own life. This is precisely why the authorities concocted such a ridiculous and implausible suicide story; they knew that everyone who needed to hear it would get the message. Of course, his girlfriend Asia got the Illuminati warning loud and clear.
Just like they hospitalized Kanye West (in a psychiatric ward) after he let loose with some hard truths from the stage, and the media has been going after Elon Musk with a vengeance after his searing criticisms of the perilous AI takeover of the planet, the Illuminati has shown that they will not permit any disobedience.
Bottom Line: Deep State will never permit any high-powered journalist to use their MSM platform to disseminate a truthful narrative. The C.I.A. closely monitors every reporter in their Mockingbird Media and will not brook any deviation from the party line. The highly incriminating factual accounts being underwritten and promoted by Anthony Bourdain undoubtedly triggered his death warrant. See: Anthony Bourdain and the RED HOT BUTTON issues that got him killed
It appears that the Illuminati henchmen can no longer get away with suiciding their victims with 3 bullets to the back of the head. It just a tad too suspicious and puts local law enforcement in a very difficult position. Now these ‘ace’ hitmen are hanging even their very tall prey with bath robes in French hotels notorious for their low ceilings. Only a French investigator like Inspector Jacques Clouseau could explain such an extraordinary suicidal feat.
The entire staff at The Millennium Report expresses their deepest condolences to the family and friends of Anthony Bourdain. He’s a real American hero who can be looked up to for his exemplary courage by people everywhere. Thank you, Anthony, for lighting your torch so that the rest of us can light our torches and pick up our pitchforks.
For years, smartphone users have been growing increasingly suspicious that their devices are listening to them to feed them advertisements and to “enhance their experience” on third-party apps. Companies like Google and Facebook have consistently denied these claims, saying that targeted ads and messages are merely a coincidence, and that data for these services are taken in other ways.
However, earlier this year during the Cambridge Analytica scandal we began to see some of the first hints that our phones may actually be listening to us.
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie says that they have probably been listening all along. During an appearance before the UK parliament, Wylie said, “There’s audio that could be useful just in terms of, are you in an office environment, are you outside, are you watching TV, what are you doing right now?”
Since the scandal, experts who have studied this possibility began revealing their surprising results.
In a recent interview with Vice, Dr. Peter Hannay, the senior security consultant for the cybersecurity firm Asterisk, explained how third-party apps exploit a loophole to gather the voice data from your phone.
Hannay said that while your microphone is always on, your voice data is only sent out to other parties if you say specific trigger words such as “Hey Siri” or “OK Google,” but there is a catch. Third-party apps often ask to gain access to voice data in their user agreements to “enhance the experience” of their products.
“From time to time, snippets of audio do go back to [other apps like Facebook’s] servers but there’s no official understanding what the triggers for that are. Whether it’s timing or location-based or usage of certain functions, [apps] are certainly pulling those microphone permissions and using those periodically. All the internals of the applications send this data in encrypted form, so it’s very difficult to define the exact trigger,” Hannay said.
While this process is becoming more obvious by the day, many tech companies continue to deny that they are engaged with this practice, and since all of the outgoing information is encrypted there is no way of telling exactly which information they are getting and how they are using it.
“Seeing Google are open about it, I would personally assume the other companies are doing the same. Really, there’s no reason they wouldn’t be. It makes good sense from a marketing standpoint, and their end-user agreements and the law both allow it, so I would assume they’re doing it, but there’s no way to be sure.” Hannay said.
Vice reporters then conducted their own experiment, saying random phrases into their phones and then seeing advertisements affiliated with those terms pop up in their news feeds. You can try this experiment at home yourself, and it is highly likely that you have experienced results like this by accident.
In April, I experienced something like this when a friend visited my house from the west coast. I picked him up from the Baltimore-Washington airport and during a conversation about his flight, he told me that he had a layover in Charlotte, North Carolina, and mentioned that they had a nice airport.
The following morning I woke up with these messages on my phone:
Oddly enough, I have never been to Charlotte, North Carolina, never really thought about the place, and have never typed anything about that place into Google or Facebook. But sure enough, after having a conversation about the airport in Charlotte, my phone thought I was interested.
As of right now, there is no way to avoid this spying, aside from being extremely careful about the apps that you sign up for, and actually reading their user agreements—or getting rid of your cell phone altogether, which could be counterproductive if you use it for business.
Elon Musk’s list of people responsible for Tesla’s shortcomings – now inclusive of the NTSB, internet trolls and the financial media – and notably not inclusive of Elon Musk, continues to grow. Today’s addition? The conspirators running the big oil companies.
It appears that billionaire CEO Elon Musk is convinced that big oil executives have taken time out of their perversely cash generative work days to pin the financial media against him and his cash incinerating company.
The latest surprising, yet oddly not surprising, news from the world of the Tesla media relations dumpster fire comes courtesy of Elon Musk once again taking to Twitter and raging about the powers that be who are holding Tesla back from its inevitable glorious zenith as the green energy company that will save the world.
In his latest installment of Tweets, Musk seems to have gone from agitated to full on nervous break down as he took to Twitter this afternoon in order to do several things, none of which had anything to do with addressing Tesla’s capital needs or bottlenecked Model 3 production.
As an apertif, he addressed the “holier than thou hypocrisy of big media”:
Then, as an entree, he lashed out at the media, suggesting that there was some type of conspiracy fueled by big oil companies to lop negative press on Tesla because they need to “get max clicks & earn advertising dollars” from fossil fuel companies.
Then, as a digestif, Musk pitched yet another business idea – as if SpaceX, The Boring Company, his new proposed Buffett-trolling candy venture, oh and Tesla, weren’t occupying enough of his time – he suggested the idea of starting a company that would be used to rate the credibility of journalists, that he would call Pravda.
Here, one alert Twitter reader noted that “one of Musk’s agents” had actually “incorporated Pravda Corp in California” in October of 2017.
And what better way to mainline some positive reinforcement to your cognitive dissonance than to poll your followers as to whether or not it’s a good idea, which Musk also promptly did, only winning over 88% of those following him.
Musk’s shots at the media are an ironic alignment of gripes with the Trump campaign, who Musk has notably stated publicly he does not support, and who also has disparaged the media for negative coverage. In a delightful twist of irony, Donald Trump Jr. seemed to “feel” Elon’s pain:
Of course, we continue to believe that Elon should notice the three fingers pointing back to him every time he points the blame at somebody else. It isn’t the big oil companies, nor is it the financial media, that is preventing the Model 3 from rolling off the assembly line as promised by Musk. And it isn’t big oil or the mainstream media that is preventing Tesla from turning a profit. If Elon Musk really wants to get angry and assess blame to an entity that is painting a bleak picture of Tesla’s future, maybe he should just get off Twitter for a few days and take an unbiased look in the mirror: he would be delighted with the results.
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In 2013, Professor Lance Dehaven-Smith—in a peer-reviewed book published by the University of Texas Press—showed that the term “conspiracy theory” was developed by the CIA as a means of undercutting critics of the Warren Commission’s report that President Kennedy was killed by Oswald. The use of this term was heavily promoted in the media by the CIA. And—up until recently—it has served its purpose.
Now, however, in 2017, those who were once called “conspiracy theorists” are being vindicated as they watched instance after instance get exposed all year long. To be clear, we are not talking about outlandish, unprovable, and off the wall theories that completely lack evidence. We are talking about well-researched cases that were deliberately dismissed and ridiculed by the mainstream as a means of oppressing the information and protecting the establishment.
Ironically enough, 2017 is the year the conspiracy theorists were proven right as the mainstream media and government began pushing wild conspiracy theories without evidence to back them up.
To show just how vindicated the well-informed are, below is a list of the top 10 conspiracy theories that were proven as real in 2017.
1. Hollywood and the political elite have been exposed for their rampant and horrifying sex abuse against men, women, and children alike
Just last year, as good people tried to point out that although Pizzagate may not have taken place in some restaurant in DC, the idea of sex abuse among the elite was no laughing matter. However, anyone who mentioned sex abuse among the elite was scoffed at and ridiculed by those in the mainstream.
This ridicule was in spite of the fact that the former speaker of the house admitted to raping multiple little boys and was sentenced to prison last year. This ridicule was also in spite of the fact that whistleblowers have been shouting from the mountain tops about the rampant abuse—for decades—only to have their cries fall on deaf ears.
This year, however, it was different. With Harvey Weinstein as the catalyst, former victims came forward and began publicly naming their abusers and even getting the police involved. The American people also learned that their ostensible representation in D.C. was spending millions to silence the victims of their apparent uncontrollable sex abuse.
No longer will companies like Disney be able to hire convicted pedophiles as the world looks the other way—nor will sicko politicians be allowed the immunity to rape and pillage as they see fit. 2017 will be known as the year the victims fought back.
2. Weather modification just jumped from “chemtrail” conspiracy theory into mainstream reality, as Congress began holding hearings on geoengineering
Geoengineering is finally going mainstream as the U.S. House Subcommittee on Environment and Subcommittee on Energy Hearing, in November, held the first House hearing about the science that until now has generally been considered a “conspiracy theory” and relegated to the fringe’s of society by the Praetorian Guard mainstream media — controlled by the ruling power-elite oligarchy.
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The controversial subject of climate engineering or weather modification – which was popularized, and oversimplified with the term “chem-trails” – is stepping from the shadows and into the light of public scrutiny for the first time.
During the first hearing, the potential need to set up a regulatory structure within which experiments would be allowed, at a set scale, was discussed. Now, those who deny the fact that government is involved in geoengineering will be the conspiracy theorists.
3. 20,000 documents were released in August proving the EPA conspired with chemical companies to unleash deadly toxic substances on the public
Highly toxic chemical compounds made by Dow, Monsanto, DuPont and other companies were being developed and marketed in ever greater quantities, and federal agencies were rubber-stamping their approval based on fraudulent safety testing.
The Poison Papers reveal that, instead of acting to protect the public and reassess the chemicals, EPA held a secret meeting with chemical companies to assure them that their products would continue being sold.
The secret meeting between EPA and chemical companies is the most poignant example of a long history of collusion at the expense of human and environmental health.
4. US media giant Sally Quinn admitted she practiced the occult to murder people—and she was praised for it
Although her husband Ben Bradlee died in 2014—who was good friends with former President John F. Kennedy, and executive editor of the Washington Post from 1968 to 1991—Quinn has since taken the time to give insight into the glamorous life lived by the media’s royal couple. Some of the practices she describes are ones that would normally be written off as crazy conspiracy theories by outlets such as their beloved Washington Post.
In her latest publication titled, “Finding Magic: A Spiritual Memoir,” Quinn reveals that she believes she has killed at least three people in her lifetime. She claims that while she did not harm anyone physically, she believes strongly in the occult, and has used hexes on people who got on her bad side.
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The BBC has uncovered details of a secret deal that let hundreds of Islamic State fighters and their families escape from Raqqa, under the gaze of the US and British-led coalition and Kurdish-led forces who control the city. A convoy included some of IS’s most notorious members and – despite reassurances – dozens of foreign fighters. Some of those have spread out across Syria, even making it as far as Turkey.
Then in December, an investigation concluded that 97 percent of the weapons used by the Islamic State were supplied illegally by the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.
The weapons and ammunition were originally purchased by the United States and Saudi Arabia and then distributed to rebel groups. While the U.S. claimed to be fighting ISIS, the fact is that ISIS was one of the Syrian rebel groups opposing Assad, and as the report noted,nearly all of their weapons came from those purchased by the U.S. and Saudi Arabia.
6. The Federal Reserve bank was exposed in June to be a working arm of US Intelligence
Confidential accounts within the Federal Reserve have been used by the U.S. Treasury and other departments “several times a year to analyze the asset holdings of the central banks of Russia, China, Iraq, Turkey, Yemen, Libya and others,” according to a report from Reuters that cites more than a dozen current and former senior U.S. officials.
“The U.S. central bank keeps a tight lid on information contained in these accounts. But according to the officials interviewed by Reuters, U.S. authorities regularly use a ‘need to know’ confidentiality exception in the Fed’s service contracts with foreign central banks.”
7. Declassified document proved the conspiracy that the CIA planned and carried out the 1953 Iranian Coup
A memorandum from Director of Central Intelligence Allen Dulles to President Eisenhower, dated March 1, 1953, serves as a reminder that internally, “the elimination of Mossadeq by assassination or otherwise,” was used as a method in repairing ties with Iran, restoring oil negotiations, and stopping a “Communist takeover.”
8. Billionaire elitists openly admit to Ingesting the blood of young children
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As Vanity Fair reports, Ambrosia, which buys its blood from blood banks, now has about 100 paying customers. Some are Silicon Valley technologists—like Peter Thiel, the billionaire co-founder of PayPal and adviser to Donald Trump.
9. CIA drug trafficking conspiracy was blown wide open in an explosive History Channel series
A&E Networks addressed the government’s role in the drug war in a four-part documentary series on the History Channel, titled, “America’s War on Drugs.”
“America’s War on Drugs” is an immersive trip through the last five decades, uncovering how the CIA, obsessed with keeping America safe in the fight against communism, allied itself with the mafia and foreign drug traffickers. In exchange for support against foreign enemies, the groups were allowed to grow their drug trade in the United States.
10. Mainstream science showed Vitamin C’s ability to fight cancer
According to researchers from the University of Iowa, ascorbate, derived from Vitamin C, was successfully observed increasing hydrogen peroxide levels in cancer cells, which in turn had a toxic result with cancer cells, killing the cancer cells in lab rats yet not damaging normal cells in the process. The researchers concluded that Vitamin C might, indeed, be lethal to some cancers.
According to the scientists, “These results indicate that an in vivo measurement of catalase activity in tumors may predict which cancers will respond to pharmacological ascorbate therapy.” Once the exact cancers are identified, which are killed by vitamin C, the researchers concluded, “this information can also be used in finding combination therapies that may increase the efficacy of treatment for those tumors with higher catalase activities.” In other words, extremely high doses of the Vitamin C derivative may potentially be added to conventional cancer therapies to help kill more cancer cells.
In 2017, the world has learned that truth is indeed stranger than fiction as the light continues to shine into the darkness. With all the proven conspiracies in 2017, we can’t help but remain optimistic for 2018 to become the year the world begins to wake up.
All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
Conspiracy theories – the belief that events are secretly manipulated behind the scenes by powerful groups – have a long history and are more prominent than ever before. Opinion polls show that most people believe that the official versions of events like the assassination of JFK and 9/11 cannot be trusted.
Their significance has increased to the extent where conspiracy theories are being referenced by governments and politicians, yet the study of these theories is still in its infancy. The COST Action COMPACT – Comparative Analysis of Conspiracy Theories – is addressing the issue by uniting researchers and academics from across Europe.
“The aim of this Action is to provide a comparative analysis of conspiracy theory,” says Dr Stef Aupers, chair of COMPACT’s dissemination subcommittee. “It looks at different causes, manifestations and effects across countries, cultures, time periods, political systems and media regimes. We’re developing recommendations and strategies for stakeholders confronted by the challenges that conspiracy theories present.”Pulling together the disparate strands of research into the subject is central to COMPACT’s work, as Vice-Chair Dr Michael Butter elaborates.
“Synthesis is really needed, because conspiracy theory research is done in quite a number of disciplines. These disciplines often don’t talk to each other, or they employ very different methodologies, so they arrive at very different results.”
COMPACT is doing this by working with stakeholders like journalists, teachers and policy makers at a series of workshops across Europe.
Leaving a legacy is also an important facet of COMPACT’s work, with Dr Butter revealing it will produce what he calls “a definitive handbook of conspiracy theory research – a huge encyclopaedia with entries by country, different types of theories and different periods.”
Conspiracy theories are often localised to particular countries, but COMPACT is helping improve understanding by putting a diverse array of interested parties into the same room to share ideas and working methods.
“Given the fact that research on conspiracy theories is generally local and, primarily, focussed on the US, the main goal of the Action is to compare and contextualize conspiracy theory in Europe,” adds Dr Aupers. “COMPACT has helped to unite an emergent, by and large fragmented field of research. International scholars from different countries and disciplines – political science, sociology, media studies, cultural studies, history, social psychology and philosophy – are now recognizing that they are part of a bigger picture.”
Many years ago I read Conspiracy by Anthony Summers, the book which I still consider the best single book written about the assassination in 1963 of US President John F. Kennedy.
I remember that I decided after reading this book that Lee Harvey Oswald almost certainly was Kennedy’s murderer and that he most probably acted alone (Summers took a different view) and that the key to the solving the many mysteries about the murder lay with him.
I say this because I did not think then and I do not think now that the evidence patiently assembled by Summers and by so many others like him of a conspiracy to murder Kennedy by the CIA, or by a rogue group within the CIA, or by the mafia, or by the Cubans or by the Russians was in the end convincing.
I also thought the most popular theory – that Kennedy was murdered by the CIA or the US ‘Deep State’ because it was unhappy about his recently announced policy of rapprochement with Russia – rested on a fundamental error: that on foreign policy and security policy specifically on the question of relations with the USSR Kennedy was some sort of foreign policy dove.
On the contrary Kennedy was a militant anti-Communist who had been a close friend and political ally of Senator McCarthy’s. His aggressive anti-Communist, anti-Russian and anti-Cuban policies had brought the superpowers closer to a nuclear war during the so-called Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962 than has ever been the case both before and since.
The entire thesis that Kennedy was some sort of foreign policy dove rests on a single speech Kennedy delivered on 10th June 1963 at American University in Washington.
This speech – obviously made in order to calm public and international fears following the Cuban Missile Crisis which Kennedy had largely provoked through his extreme belligerence – attracted far more interest in Russia than it did in the US, where it went largely unnoticed.
This by the way is a consistent feature of US-Russian relations, with the Russians always far more interested in the possibility of a lasting rapprochement between Russia and the US than the Americans ever are.
Given President Kennedy’s previous record it is doubtful that many people in the US foreign policy, intelligence and defence bureaucracy took the speech especially seriously. It is only hindsight – formed following Kennedy’s murder – that has accorded the speech the importance popular mythology attributes to it today.
I would add in passing that I share the skepticism of those who doubt Kennedy’s long-term commitment to his October 1963 decision to begin withdrawing US troops from Vietnam – the other Kennedy decision which is sometimes taken as proof that he had become a dove.
That decision was conditional on US Defense Secretary McNamara’s and US General Maxwell Taylor’s
….judgment that the major part of the US military task can be completed by the end of 1965 …,’ [and] that ‘the long term program to replace US personnel with trained Vietnamese [could go forward] without impairment of the war effort.
(bold italics added)
Once it became clear that the “major part of the US military task” in Vietnam was not being completed by 1965 or by any other date – as would inevitably have been the case – I have no doubt that President Kennedy would have reversed his decision and would have sent US troops back to Vietnam.
In my opinion President Kennedy was no more willing to let “South Vietnam go Communist” than Lyndon Johnson was or than any other conceivable US President in the early or mid 1960s would have been.
I would add that Kennedy’s approach to the war in Vietnam in 1963 was essentially the same ‘stop-go’ approach we have seen more recently from Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump in relation to the war in Afghanistan. This amounts to make successive announcements of “mission accomplished”, with the numbers of US troops being drawn down on the back of them, only for the decisions to be reversed and for the troops to be sent back when it turns out that the mission has not been accomplished after all.
Overall my opinion of both President Kennedy’s American University speech and of his October 1963 Vietnam withdrawal decision is that they were intended to help President Kennedy win what many expected would be a difficult election in 1964. I doubt that they had any more significance than that or that anyone in the US government at the time thought that they did.
It follows from this that the hardliners in the CIA or the US Deep State had no reason in October 1963 to want to kill President Kennedy, and given the colossal risks involved in doing so I am sure that they had no plan to do so, and no part in his actual killing.
I would add that if hardliners in the CIA and the Deep State really had wanted to oust President Kennedy from the Presidency, nothing would have been easier, and they would have had no need to arrange his murder in order to do it.
Publication of the details of President Kennedy’s baroque sex life involving prostitutes and multiple mistresses – including a woman who was also the mistress of a Chicago gangster and a woman who was suspected of being an East German spy – together with disclosure of his chronic ill-health, would have shattered the Camelot illusion, and would have guaranteed his defeat in the 1964 election.
That nothing like that ever happened, so that the truth about Kennedy’s sex life, his ill-health and his chronic dependence on drugs only became public knowledge decades after his death despite being common knowledge within the US bureaucracy at the time shows that there was no plot within the CIA or the Deep State to get rid of him.
The same also applies to the other the three parties often assumed to have had some role in Kennedy’s death: the mafia, the Cubans and the Russians.
Whilst it is certainly true that the mafia and the Kennedy brothers were in conflict with each other at the time of Kennedy’s death, the mafia has no history in the US of murdering federal politicians(Leon Jordan – in whose 1970 killing the mafia may have had a hand – was a Representative in the Missouri House of Representatives, not a federal politician). It beggars belief that if the mafia ever were to start killing US federal politicians that they would begin by murdering the President. Besides it is impossible to see what advantage killing Kennedy would have conferred on the mafia anyway that would have outweighed the enormous risks for them if they had been caught.
The suspicion of mafia involvement in Kennedy’s killing seems to stem from the fact that Jack Ruby – the man who murdered Oswald – seems to have had at least some mafia connections and may at some point in his career have met with the notorious Florida mafia boss Santo Trafficante.
However the actual extent of Ruby’s dealings with the mafia are open to doubt, whilst there is no evidence that before killing Oswald Ruby had ever killed anyone. What is known about Ruby suggests that he was never anything more than a manager of nightclubs, strip-clubs and dance halls, a fact which makes it extremely unlikely – to put it mildly – that the mafia would have chosen him to murder Oswald. Besides it has never been made clear what the mafia could have offered Ruby in order to induce him to kill Oswald in the extremely public way that he did.
I would add that I place no credence in the claim made by an airport manager to US investigators and disclosed for the first time in the papers which have just been released that he saw Oswald and Ruby in the same group of young people who flew to Cuba together and that they therefore knew each other. That sort of sensational story is all but certain to appear in the aftermath of a sensational murder like those of Kennedy and Oswald, and I am pretty sure the airport manager either imagined his story or made it up, and I am sure the investigators who spoke with him thought so as well.
All the facts in fact point to Ruby’s murder of Oswald being the sort of spontaneous act of an unremarkable man desperate to gain fame and attention, which are all too common in the sort of highly charged atmosphere which events like Kennedy’s murder create, and which Ruby – along with many other incoherent things – said that it was.
As for the Cubans, Lyndon Johnson and (possibly) Richard Nixon apparently believed that Fidel Castro ordered Kennedy’s killing in retaliation for the CIA’s multiple attempts – ordered by the Kennedy brothers – to kill him.
No evidence for that has however ever come to light, and all the known facts actually argue strongly against it.
Oswald does appear to have had left wing sympathies, and did visit the Cuban consulate in Mexico City shortly before he killed Kennedy. He also seems to have had some contacts with an anti-Castro Cuban dissident group based in Mexico City during his trip there. This group was apparently heavily infiltrated by Cuban intelligence so it is possible that some of the things he told them – which may have included a statement that he intended to kill Kennedy – might have got passed back to Havana.
However Oswald’s dealings with the Cuban officials at their consulate – from whom he sought a visa to travel to Cuba on his way back to the USSR – appear to have been heated and acrimonious, with the Cubans initially refusing him a visa but eventually granting him one only to discover that by then he had returned to the US.
Kennedy’s murder came almost exactly a year after the Cuban Missile Crisis during which Fidel Castro would have learnt the limits of Soviet support for him. By October 1963 he would have been under no doubt that the USSR would not risk a nuclear war with the US on his and Cuba’s behalf.
It beggars belief that Fidel Castro – an extremely well-educated and highly intelligent man – knowing this would have nonetheless gone ahead and ordered the murder of the President of the United States when he would have known that the result when his role in the murder was discovered – as it was bound to be – would be a US invasion of Cuba and his own death. It was not after all as if there were not already plenty of people in the US in 1963 who were already itching to do just that.
Needless to say if Fidel Castro had nonetheless decided to do such a crazy and reckless thing it is all but inconceivable that Cuban intelligence would have recruited someone as obviously unbalanced as Oswald – with whom the Cubans had previously had only minimal dealings – to do it.
Though the cache of papers that has just been released shows that one or two lower ranking Cuban officials were pleased when they heard the news of Kennedy’s murder (just as some lower ranking Iraqi officials were pleased when they heard the news of 9/11) reliable eyewitness accounts of Fidel Castro’s own reaction say that he was shocked when he heard of Kennedy’s murder and was filled with deep foreboding, being worried that he would be blamed for it.
This is logical, and since it is inconceivable that any Cuban official would have ordered Kennedy’s murder without first obtaining Fidel Castro’s permission, the theory of Cuban involvement in Kennedy’s murder – for which there is no evidence – is unsustainable and must be rejected.
As for the Russians, Oswald did ‘defect’ to the USSR in 1959 and did live for a time there. He was also attempting to return to the USSR shortly before he killed Kennedy, and was bombarding Soviet diplomatic missions in Mexico City and the US with requests to be allowed to return there.
They were happy to let him go when he told them he wanted to leave the USSR and go back home, and they showed no enthusiasm in 1963 when he told them that he wanted to come back.
Of claims that Oswald received some sort of special training whilst he was in the USSR there is no evidence, and again it beggars belief that if the Russians had hatched a lunatic plot to murder the President of the United States – risking a nuclear war with the US in the process – that they would have selected an erratic and melodramatic individual with a history of a public defection to the USSR like Oswald to do it for them.
It is in fact all but inconceivable that the Russians would have wanted in 1963 Kennedy killed. Not only would the risks involved in murdering the President of the United States have been wholly out of proportion to any possible gains, but despite my own cynicism about Kennedy’s American University speech (see above) the Russians were obviously tantalised by it, with the Soviet media publishing it in full in the USSR unamended.
All the evidence points to the Russians hoping that President Kennedy’s American University speech would mark the start of a genuine rapprochement between the USSR and the US, which must in turn mean that the Russians so far from wanting Kennedy dead not wanted him alive but in 1963 but wanted him re-elected in 1964.
The papers which have just been released in fact show that the Russians were horrified and panicked by Kennedy’s murder and by the fact that Oswald, his murderer, had lived for a time in the USSR.
They seem to have genuinely feared that in the confusion and hysteria caused by the murder some paranoid US general would – Dr. Strangelove style – take it on himself to launch a nuclear attack on the USSR.
In their dismay the Russians seem to have clutched at various wild conspiracy theories of their own, with Soviet Premier Khrushchev and the KGB apparently believing that Kennedy was killed as a result of a right wing coup, with Moscow swirling with fantastic rumours – some of them apparently believed in by Premier Khrushchev himself, and passed on by the Russians to the US – including a particularly bizarre one that President Kennedy was killed as a result of a plot involving the Dallas Police Department.
These wild theories should be taken as a sign of the confusion and panic in Moscow following the murder. They are not evidence of how the murder was actually carried out. In 1963 the Russians would have had no means to find out the truth about a murder like the one of Kennedy which was carried out on US soil since they would have had no means to carry out an investigation of a murder carried out in the US. Their various theories about the murder should be treated as no more than the wild guesses that they obviously were.
One particular factoid (as opposed to fact) which has come to light in the recently published papers and which is attracting a disproportionate amount of media attention is that over the course his dealings with the Soviet consulate in Mexico City in the month before the murder Oswald at some point met the Soviet consul, who was an official called Valery Kostikov.
The US papers identify Kostikov as a KGB officer working for the KGB’s “13th Department” (actually the 13th Department of the KGB’s First Chief Directorate) which supposedly was responsible for “assassinations and sabotage”. This has inevitably led to some excited commentary about Oswald having supposedly met a “KGB assassinations expert” or even a “KGB assassin” in Mexico City a month before he killed Kennedy.
In fact Kostikov’s meeting with Oswald was simply chance, caused by Oswald’s increasingly frantic efforts to get himself a Soviet visa, which caused him to have multiple contacts with Soviet diplomatic missions both in Mexico and the US. Since Kostikov headed the Soviet consulate in Mexico City, it is not surprising that an increasingly agitated and desperate Oswald somehow managed to meet with him.
The reason the US found out about the meeting between Kostikov and Oswald was because on 1st October 1963 – three days after the meeting supposedly took place – Oswald telephoned the consulate on an open line and demanded news about the progress of his visa application. He seems to have mentioned his meeting with Kostikov in order to get the official who took his call to pay attention to him.
It beggars belief that if Oswald really was a Soviet agent involved in a dangerous plot to murder the President of the United States that he would have been engaging in open contacts of this sort with people like Kostikov, or that he would have been blabbing about meeting Kostikov on an open line given that both he and the Russians would have known that phone calls to the consulate were being monitored.
As it happens the Soviet government took a formal decision in 1959 to prohibit the KGB from assassinating enemies of the USSR on foreign territory (the last person to have been assassinated by the KGB on foreign territory – immediately before the prohibition was put in place – was the Ukrainian fascist leader Stepan Bandera).
It is generally acknowledged that for the rest of the Cold War the KGB abided by this prohibition, though it took some time before the West became aware of the fact. That means that whatever Kostikov was before 1959, he cannot have been an “assassinations expert” or indeed a “KGB assassin” in 1963.
If there was no conspiracy by the CIA, the mafia, the Cubans or the Russians to murder President Kennedy, was there a conspiracy by someone else?
The papers which have just been released do not provide a definite answer to that question. Whilst such a thing is therefore possible, I have to say that I think it is unlikely.
The two things that come across to me most strongly from the papers are (1) Oswald’s unbalanced personality and (2) the widespread knowledge of him on the part of the US intelligence and security agencies.
The arc of Oswald’s life in fact bears out the Russian assessment of him as an individual suffering from a severe personality disorder.
Like many such people he seems to have suffered from delusions of grandeur, which he struggled to reconcile with the mundane reality of his existence. The result – very common with such people – was to make him extremely angry and disruptive as his life came to centre on an increasingly desperate quest to attract attention.
Thus Oswald’s ‘defection’ to the USSR, his suicide attempt whilst he was there, his decision to return to the US, his increasingly chaotic and restless life following his return to the US, his frantic attempts to go to Cuba and to return to the USSR, and eventually – when everything else failed – his decision to kill Kennedy.
It is inherently unlikely that such a person could have carried out a complex plot to murder Kennedy along with other people.
No wholly convincing evidence for such a plot has ever come to light.
Though the FBI very properly took this information extremely seriously, it seems unlikely that it actually had anything to do with Kennedy’s murder.
The suggestion that the newspaper call the US embassy suggests that (assuming the call was not a hoax call, of which newspapers receive many) the caller was giving a tip-off about other news which he or she was expecting to come out of the US but which would not make immediate headlines as the murder of the President of the United States certainly would.
If the call was about President Kennedy then one possibility must be that it was about Ellen Rometsch – the alleged East German call girl who had apparently slept with Kennedy and who was suspected of being an East German agent – who had recently been deported from the US.
There are some reasons to think that in November 1963 the scandal about Rometsch was about to break, only to be swept away by the news of President Kennedy’s death. If so then it is possible that the tip-off to the British newspaper was about that.
It must be said however that the British newspaper in question – the Cambridge News – is a purely local paper and hardly seems an obvious newspaper for someone intent on giving an anonymous tip-off about “big news” coming out of the US to call.
The reporter who claimed to have taken the call was said to be a “sound and loyal person with no security record”. However it must be possible that he simply made the whole story of the call up in order to give himself importance and to involve himself if only fictitiously in the gigantic news story of the moment, which was Kennedy’s murder. That sort of reaction following an event like Kennedy’s murder is unfortunately only too common.
As for the various other claims concerning evidence of a conspiracy which have become such a staple of the literature – the eyewitness claims of a second gunman behind the grassy knoll etc – all I will say here about them is that I have never been at all convinced by them.
Taken together with what is known about Oswald’s personality, the lack of convincing evidence of a conspiracy to murder Kennedy makes me doubt that there was one, and makes me think that the official view that he acted alone is right
Unsurprisingly an individual as unbalanced and melodramatic as Oswald with his multiple contacts with the Russians and his ‘defection’ to the USSR could not fail to attract the attention of the US’s massive intelligence and security apparatus, and it seems in fact that he was being kept under continuous surveillance from at least the time of his first contacts with the Russians in 1959.
Given Oswald’s increasingly erratic behaviour and the increasingly wild threats he was making – including a threat in a handwritten letter to the FBI to blow up the FBI office in Dallas – the situation obviously called for action to put him and those he might put in danger out of harm’s way.
Instead nothing was done, with the US’s various intelligence and security agencies failing to share information about Oswald with each other, and failing to take any action to stop him before disaster struck. It was this inactivity – which in the circumstances amounts to gross negligence – which was the single most important cause of President Kennedy’s death.
What followed was the most sinister part of the whole affair.
Instead of making a clean breast of what had happened and assisting the Warren Commission to carry out a proper investigation of the murder, the US intelligence and security community closed ranks to covered up the evidence of its own negligence.
The result was that evidence was destroyed – including Oswald’s letter in which he threatened to blow up the FBI’s Dallas office – whilst intercepts of Oswald’s communications with the Russians were not disclosed, and the extent of the US intelligence community’s knowledge of Oswald was kept from the Warren Commission and the American people.
It did not help matters that the Dallas Police Department seems also to have botched its investigation of Kennedy’s death and disregarded warnings from the FBI that Oswald needed to be kept secure.
To say that there were no conspiracies connected to Kennedy’s murder is therefore wrong. A conspiracy did happen, though it is not the one that is most widely suspected. It was not a conspiracy to murder Kennedy, but a conspiracy to conceal from the American people the incompetence of the intelligence and security agencies which caused his death.
It was the existence of this conspiracy which has ever since led to the theories about the others. Coming across evidence of this conspiracy the countless numbers of researchers who have studied the murder have naturally seen in this evidence proof of a conspiracy to murder rather than a conspiracy to conceal the incompetence of the intelligence and security agencies who failed to protect him.
Along the way the researchers also discovered many ghastly truths about the many other bad things the US intelligence and security agencies had been up to, such as the CIA’s plots to murder Fidel Castro, and its attempts to enlist the help of the mafia in order to do it. Needless to say, on the principle that people who habitually do bad things are capable of any crime, that made many people even more convinced that President Kennedy was killed because of some plot by the US’s own intelligence and security agencies.
Rumours of this plot continue to run rife to this day, and the US intelligence and security community appears to have learnt nothing from this. Incredibly, fifty years after President Kennedy was killed, they have pressured President Trump into blocking publication of hundreds of documents relating to the murder.
It is all but inconceivable that publication of these documents today could have any national security implications. Today these documents are purely historic. Almost certainly their concealment reflects the continued wish of the US intelligence and security bureaucracy to hide the evidence of their own incompetence. However by doing so they simply feed the rumours which publication of the documents was supposed to suppress.
The other consequence of the conspiracy to conceal the truth about the incompetence of the US intelligence and security community is that no senior US official was ever punished for its negligence or paid the price of losing his job. The result was that a culture of impunity took hold which continues to this day, as has been made all too obvious by the serial leaking which has taken place over the course of the Russiagate scandal.
Meanwhile the same incompetent officials who were running the US intelligence and security agencies before President Kennedy was killed continued to do so after. It was these people who went on to botch the US intelligence effort during the Vietnam war, which they largely authored. Moreover since it is their direct lineal successors who run the US intelligence and security agencies to this day their malign legacy continues still and is the cause of the US’s other repeated intelligence disasters, such as 9/11 and the claims about WMD in Iraq.
The American people have paid a heavy price for this self-protection of people who supposedly work to protect them. With hindsight it was in 1963 that the US intelligence and security community began to make itself unaccountable. That was the key moment when the culture of impunity and lawlessness took hold which persists to this day.
In a sense it was on that day – 22nd November 1963, when President Kennedy met his death – that the US “Deep State” began.
Speculation that there are mysterious pyramids at the bottom of the Atlantic is circulating online.
Conspiracy theorists have been debating whether a video posted to YouTube shows two ancient structures off the coast of The Bahamas.
Believers argue that they are proof of inhabitance of the region by an ancient race of people, similar to the Aztec culture of South America.
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Speculation that there are mysterious pyramids at the bottom of the Atlantic is circulating online. Conspiracy theorists have been debating whether a video posted to YouTube shows two strange shapes that believers say are ancient structures
The video was posted by SecureTeam10’s YouTube account, which has become a household name in UFO and paranormal circles.
Scott Waring, who created the UFO Sightings Daily website, is a regular contributor to the channel.
He was using Google Earth to scour the ocean floor for anomalies, when he came across the strange shapes.
Speaking in the SecureTeam10 video, Mr Waring said: ‘I found these two pyramids on the ocean floor near New Providence island, it is not far from Florida.
‘The lines on the pyramids are easy to make out and are proof that the nearby island was once inhabited by an ancient man or Aztec-like people.’
Narrator Tyler Glockner agrees with Mr Waring’s assessment, adding: ‘I have to say these do look like pyramids, obviously ancient pyramids that would have some weathering over the years.
‘One thing about the ocean is that it actually preserves things much better, because you’re not out there in the open air where things can rust and deteriorate.
‘If these are pyramids, they could be much much older than, say, the ruins found on Earth that are barely still there and have nearly crumbled to dust.’
The pair point out that the two pyramids are not the same, with one appearing to be a perfect three sided structure, like the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The video was posted by SecureTeam10’s YouTube account by UFO enthusiast Scott Waring, who was using Google Earth to scour the ocean floor for anomalies, when he came across the strange shapes
The other has a step-like design, which they compare this the famous Mayan temples, like Chichen Itza.
The reaction from viewers of the video on YouTube has been mixed, with some buying into the elaborate explanation on offer.
Referencing a theory about an ancient alien race, Bartofilms said: ‘Do these underwater pyramids intersect one of the lay lines?
‘There are these lines that intersect the the great pyramids in Giza, as well as the Inca and Maya pyramids.
‘Some think the Pyramids may have been navigation waypoints for the Annunaki’
Others took a more cynical view.
They are located at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean, just off the coast of The Bahamas, at coordinates 24°56’26.50’N 77°19’39.35’W
The video points out that the two pyramids are not the same, with one appearing to be a perfect three sided structure, like the Great Pyramid of Giza (left), while the other has a step-like design similar to famous Mayan temples, like Chichen Itza (right)
Lo Value said: ‘IF they were pyramids that WOULD be proof.
‘Someone get down there and prove it then.’
Wolfscross added: ‘It’s a rock formation.’
This is not the first time that pyramid-like structures have been claimed to be seen in the region, which is part of the mythical Bermuda Triangle.
Reports circulating online in 2012 suggested that a scientist, called Dr Meyer Verlag, discovered a crystal pyramid, which was ‘three times the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza,’ 6,500 feet (2,000 metres) below the sea.
Conspiracy theorists believe that the crystal pyramid is to blame for the disappearance of several planes and ships in the area.
The theory re-emerged in October 2016, when reports on the Before It’s News website claimed that Dr Verlag presented her findings at a press conference held in the Bahamas, where she revealed the exact coordinates of the pyramids.
Despite these claims, there is no evidence that Dr Verlag exists, and no record of the coordinates she is claimed to have announced.
On the other side of the continent, deep below the Pacific Ocean lies what one Martian researcher has deemed ‘a perfect pyramid’.
In 2012, a strange conspiracy theory emerged, suggesting that a huge crystal pyramid lies 2,000 metres below the Bermuda Triangle. It re-emerged in October 2016, due to a report on the Before It’s News website
Conspiracy theorists believe that the crystal pyramid is to blame for the disappearance of several planes and ships in the mythical area
Using Google Earth, the massive structure appears to be 8.5 miles (13.7 km) across and some say it could be a UFO parked underwater or an enormous alien base.
Marcelo Igazusta, a researcher in Argentina, was the first to lay eyes on the mysterious underwater structure, which was discovered in May 2016.
Using the coordinates 12 ° 8’1.49 ‘N 119 ° 35’26.39’ W, Mr Igazusta claims to have spotted a beam of light shining from the darkness of the Pacific Ocean just west of Mexico, leading him to this ‘monumental discovery’.
Scott Waring, of UFO Sightings Daily, claimed at the time that the structure is a parked UFO or massive alien base.
Mr Waring said that this ‘perfect pyramid’ is adjacent to the ancient Mayan and Aztec pyramids in Mexico.
Although the ancient pyramids were constructed by humans, Mr Waring says ‘Only aliens could accomplish makings such a massive structure’.
On the other side of the continent, deep below the Pacific Ocean lies what one Martian researcher has deemed ‘a perfect pyramid’
Using Google Earth, the massive structure appears to be 8.5 miles (13.7 km) across and some say it could be a UFO parked underwater or an enormous alien base
We have truly reached the point in American history where criminal indictments need to be immediately leveled against James Comey, Loretta Lynch, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Robert Mueller and a dozen other high-ranking officials who are now known to have been complicit in one of the most treasonous criminal cover-ups in American history.
Although the entire left-wing media is running a campaign of complete silence on this story, the rest of the media is now widely reporting that, under President Obama, the FBI had documented an exhaustive trail of corruption, bribery and treason that involved Hillary Clinton, State Department corruption and Russia-linked mining companies that acquired rights to U.S. uranium supplies. This truth was described in great detail in the book Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer, and now evidence is emerging that further confirms the depth of collusion, corruption, money laundering and treason that Hillary Clinton actively pursued to collect $145 million from Russia-linked sources.
Before the Obama administration approved a controversial deal in 2010 giving Moscow control of a large swath of American uranium, the FBI had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States, according to government documents and interviews.
They also obtained an eyewitness account — backed by documents — indicating Russian nuclear officials had routed millions of dollars to the U.S. designed to benefit former President Bill Clinton’s charitable foundation during the time Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served on a government body that provided a favorable decision to Moscow, sources told The Hill.
Former President Barack Obama oversaw this criminal racketeering scheme, according to multiple sources. “It turns out the Obama administration knew the Russians were engaged in bribery, kickbacks and extortion in order to gain control of US atomic resources — yet still OK’d that 2010 deal to give Moscow control of one-fifth of America’s uranium,” writes the New York Post. “Hillary Clinton, again, sat on a key government body that had to approve the deal — though she now claims she had no role in a deal with profound national security implications, and during the campaign called the payments a coincidence.”
“…[T]he State Department under Clinton and other agencies on the Committee on Foreign Investment approved unanimously the sale of Uranium One, a Canadian mining company, to Russia’s state nuclear company Rosatom, which gave Moscow control over 20 percent of U.S. strategic reserves,” reports NewsTarget.
Robert Mueller ran the FBI as this criminal racket was taking place
What’s even more astonishing about all this is that Robert Mueller, now running a partisan special counsel investigation into the fake conspiracy theory that falsely claims Trump colluded with the Russians to steal the election, was the head of the FBI while this Uranium One treason was taking place.
“Until September 2013, the FBI director was Robert Mueller — who’s now the special counsel probing Russian meddling in the 2016 election. It’s hard to see how he can be trusted in that job unless he explains what he knew about this Obama-era cover-up,” writes the NY Post.
“The connections to the current Russia case are many. The Mikerin probe began in 2009 when Robert Mueller, now the special counsel in charge of the Trump case, was still FBI director. And it ended in late 2015 under the direction of then-FBI Director James Comey, whom Trump fired earlier this year,” adds The Hill.
Mueller, who like James Comey appears to be a political lackey for the Clinton crime cartel, is just one of many shadowing players in this rapidly unraveling story of corruption and lies. Bill Clinton, wouldn’t you know it, is also implicated. As The Hill explains:
Peter Schweitzer and The New York Times documented how Bill Clinton collected hundreds of thousands of dollars in Russian speaking fees and his charitable foundation collected millions in donations from parties interested in the deal while Hillary Clinton presided on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.
U.S. Senate investigation launched to uncover the truth about this treason, corruption and collusion
As The Hill writes, this morning the Senate has launched an official probe into this astonishing criminal cartel that was operating right under the nose of Barack Obama:
The Senate Judiciary Committee has launched a probe into a Russian nuclear bribery case, demanding several federal agencies disclose whether they knew the FBI had uncovered the corruption before the Obama administration in 2010 approved a controversial uranium deal with Moscow.
…[T]he FBI had uncovered evidence showing Russian nuclear officials were engaged in a racketeering scheme involving bribes, kickbacks and money laundering designed to expand Russian President Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business on U.S. soil.
As Sean Hannity rightly explains:
HANNITY: “Tonight, with this new evidence, what we have discovered is that the evidence against the Clintons is overwhelming, it is incontrovertible. Hillary Clinton and her husband sold out America to the Russians while millions of dollars flowed to their family foundation. And in the process, Clinton created a massive national security risk for every man, woman, and child — giving Vladimir Putin control over American uranium.”
It’s time to start arresting, indicting and prosecuting top Obama officials
Had Hillary Clinton become president, her administration would have covered up all these crimes. That was the entire plan, of course: Fake the polls, run a fake news media blitz and steal the election by convincing people that Clinton’s victory was inevitable. From there, Obama would pass the baton to Clinton, where the criminal collusion of both of them would be forever buried under a web of complicit FBI directors and media lackeys who have abandoned real journalism.
But Trump’s victory threw the plan into disarray, and now the true depth of the collusion and corruption of the Obama-Clinton crime machine is finally coming to light. With this new evidence emerging that proves the Obama administration covered up Hillary Clinton’s pay-to-play corruption, President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions must pursue criminal prosecutions against all the top officials who were involved. This list includes Robert Mueller himself, as well as James Comey, Loretta Lynch, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton and a long list of other complicit co-conspirators.
These people conspired to sell out America’s uranium supply — a strategic resource needed for national defense — to one of America’s most dangerous enemies, all in exchange for over $100 million that got funneled into the Clinton Foundation. The facts of what went down are, themselves, an indictment of Obama regime officials who were fully aware of what was happening but allowed it to take place anyway. “The Trump administration doesn’t need another special counsel,” writes the National Sentinel. “All that needs to happen is for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to use the evidence the FBI already has and start issuing arrest warrants. He can begin with the most corrupt, criminally investigated presidential contender in U.S. history: Hillary Clinton.”
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