#RedNationRising News Alert On #TedCruz #GOPDebate And #Hillary2016 Mrs.Lying Clinton #DemDebate Hillary Clinton’s Orders to Rig an Award for David Rockefeller


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TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s Orders to Rig an Award for David Rockefeller

From the released Hillary Clinton emails (via Wikileaks). She writes:

David Rockefeller Sr has asked to see me. I’d like to do when I’m in NY or if there is a State Dept award we could give him for his citizen diplomacy esp in Latin America–could you run traps on that idea?

And this:

 Have you heard from Carlos Slim about a date for a mtg?…

 The Putin conf about tigers in Vladivostock 9/11-19

The Emails Hillary Clinton’s Top Adviser Sent to Hillary About Gaddafi’s Gold Holdings

This is damn fascinating.

Of the 3,000 emails released from Hillary Clinton’s private email server in late December 2015, nearly a third were from her close confidante Sidney Blumenthal, the Clinton aide who gained notoriety when he testified against Monica Lewinsky. One of these emails, dated April 2, 2011, reads in part:

Qaddafi’s government holds 143 tons of gold, and a similar amount in silver . . . . This gold was accumulated prior to the current rebellion and was intended to be used to establish a pan-African currency based on the Libyan golden Dinar. This plan was designed to provide the Francophone African Countries with an alternative to the French franc (CFA).

 In a “source comment,” the original declassified email adds:

According to knowledgeable individuals this quantity of gold and silver is valued at more than $7 billion. French intelligence officers discovered this plan shortly after the current rebellion began, and this was one of the factors that influenced President Nicolas Sarkozy’s decision to commit France to the attack on Libya. According to these individuals Sarkozy’s plans are driven by the following issues:

  1. A desire to gain a greater share of Libya oil production,
  1. Increase French influence in North Africa,
  1. Improve his internal political situation in France,
  1. Provide the French military with an opportunity to reassert its position in the world,
  1. Address the concern of his advisors over Gaddafi’s long term plans to supplant France as the dominant power in Francophone Africa

 Hilary Clinton’s emails shed light on another enigma remarked on by early commentators. Why, within weeks of initiating fighting, did the rebels set up their own central bank? Robert Wenzel wrote in The Economic Policy Journal in 2011:

This suggests we have a bit more than a rag tag bunch of rebels running around and that there are some pretty sophisticated influences. I have never before heard of a central bank being created in just a matter of weeks out of a popular uprising.

Conspicuously absent [from Blumenthal’s emails] is any mention of humanitarian concerns. The objectives are money, power and

How Interested Was Hillary in Qaddafi’s Gold?

Yesterday, I reported on the email sent to Hillary Clinton by her closest adviser, Sidney Blumenthal: The Emails Hillary Clinton’s Top Adviser Sent to Hillary About Qaddafi’s Gold Holdings.

How interested was Hillary in Qaddafi’s gold?

The recently released Hillary emails inform us. This is the email she sent out after receiving the Blumenthal email:

 UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05785507 Date: 01/07/2016

RELEASE IN PART B6

From: H <hrod17@clintonemail.com>

Sent: Monday, April 4, 2011 8:41 PM

To: ‘JilotyLC@state.gov’

Subject Fw: H: France’s client & Q’s gold. Sid Attachments:

hrc memo France’s client & Q’s gold 040211.doa

Please print.

#TheLiesOfHillaryClinton  She Should Never Be President Of Any Country

UPDATE

Huma, Hillary’s, ahem, close  aide was also keeping up-to-date on  Qaddafi’s gold and provided Hillary with an update (The dash appears to be replace an active Hillary email address):

UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2014-20439 Doc No. C05782541

Date: 09/30/2015  RELEASE IN FULL

From: Abedin, Huma <AbedinH@state.gov >

Sent: Thursday, September 8, 2011 7:56 AM

To: _

Subject: Fw: Cash-strapped Gadhafi sold gold to pay salaries (AP)

From: OpsNewsTicker Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2011 07:10 AM

To: NEWS-Mahogany  Cc: SES-0 Subject: Cash-strappedGadhafi soldgoldtopaysalaries(AP)

TRIPOLI (AP) – The new governor of Libya’s central bank says the former regime sold about 20 percent of the country’s gold reserves to cover salaries amid the uprising that ousted Moammar Gadhafi. Qassim Azzuz told reporters Thursday that Gadhafi’s regime sold 29 tons of gold to local traders in April,  netting about 1.7 billion dinars ($1.4 billion) for the then-embattled regime which was under U.N. sanctions.

Libya is believed to have about 145 tons of gold reserves. Azzuz also said the none of the bank’s assets were “missing or were stolen” during the uprising, including  about $90 billion held abroad and another $20 billion locally. He said the figures did not include still unknown sums of money accumulated by Gadhafi and his family, which were held outside the local banking sector.  News Tickers alert senior Department officials to breaking news. This item appears as it did in its original publication and does not contain analysis or commentary by Department sources.

 

The Kiss-Ass Emails to Hillary Clinton From a Former Goldman Sachs Bankster

Gary Gensler

Gary Gensler (the “smartest kid in his class” at Wharton) served as the 11th chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission under President Obama from May 2009 to January 2014. He also worked at Treasury during part of the Bill Clinton administration and was co-head of finance at Goldman Sachs.

He is currently the chief financial officer for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

In the last batch of Hillary Clinton emails released,  a bit of the relationship between Clinton and Gensler is revealed.

WSJ reports:

Gary Gensler’s warm relationship with Hillary Clinton was on display in late 2012, a month after President Barack Obama won re-election.

Mr. Gensler turned to Mrs. Clinton for advice on how he could continue to serve the White House as he was entering the final year of his term as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

“If we might be able to find a moment to chat, I would love to share my thoughts on possible new challenges and opportunities within the Administration,” he wrote in a Dec. 9, 2012 email.

The request is included in nearly a dozen emails between Mr. Gensler and Mrs. Clinton during the latter’s time as the secretary of  state. Mr. Gensler has longstanding ties to the Clintons, having served as a top Treasury Department official in Bill Clinton‘s administration and as an adviser to Mrs. Clinton’s first presidential bid in 2008…

Notably, Mr. Gensler was among a relatively small group of government officials who communicated directly with Mrs. Clinton during her tenure at the State Department. In addition to turning to her for career advice, he briefed her on economic and regulatory matters or simply praised her televised interviews.

“You sounded and looked wonderful tonight,” he wrote on Jan. 27, 2013, hours after an interview on CBS’s “60 Minutes.”..

A month earlier, the CFTC chairman wrote to wish Mrs. Clinton a speedy recovery after she fainted and sustained a concussion.

“I just heard that you have been under the weather,” he wrote. “My thoughts are with you as you recover. Don’t hesitate if I can do anything for you. My mom always recommended a bit of chicken noodle soup.”

At times, Mr. Gensler kept Mrs. Clinton apprised of European economic matters, including a March 2012 assessment of the cloudy outlook for the continent.

“I fear that the less competitive parts of Europe are likely to be shackled with high unemployment rates for many years and be challenged by attendant social and political unrest,” he wrote.

TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2016

BREAKING U.S. Subpoenas Former Goldman Sachs Bankster; Major Scandal Brewing

This is big.

The U.S. has subpoenaed ex-Goldman Sachs bankster Tim Leissner, in relation to the probe of Malaysia’s 1MDB fund, according to WSJ.

As I have previously reported, Leissner left Goldman Sachs in January.

The bank is clearly trying to distance itself from the scandal surrounding Malaysia’s prime minister and the firm 1MDB, which is the country’s troubled state investment fund.

Leissner was the driving force behind Goldman’s involvement in a series of controversial bond deals for the fund. He took personal leave in January, now he is gone rom thefirm.

According to FT,  Leissner spent more than a decade of his 18-year career with the bank in Asia, taking a series of jobs in Singapore and Hong Kong and ultimately being named chairman of the bank’s Southeast Asia division in July 2014.

His close relationships with power brokers in Kuala Lumpur, including Malaysia’s prime minister, Najib Razak, who chairs 1MDB’s advisory board, produced what one close observer has described as a “golden period” for Goldman.

Najib’s critics allege, according to FT, that more than $680 million paid into his personal bank account was linked to 1MDB. Both  Najib and 1MDB deny they are guilty of any crimes.
Malaysia:

FT reports that Goldman earned unusually large fees underwriting a series of bonds in 2012 and 2013 for the investment fund. The biggest deal was worth $3bn and earned the bank $300m — a fee many times the standard rate.

Last Year, Did Rachel Maddow Stumble Across a Key Piece of Evidence of Hush Money Paid in the #CruzSexScandal?

There is speculation that a Ted Cruz related SuperPAC may have paid hush money last year to the Carly Fiorina campaign to keep it from disclosing a Cruz sex scandal.

The speculation is the result of a just released National Enquirer story on alleged multiple sexual trysts of Ted Cruz outside his marriage.

Although National Enquirer blurred the pictures of the women allegedly involved, internet sleuths have been at work attempting to identify them.  One name emerging is Amanda Carpenter, though, she has denied any sexual involvement with Cruz.

However, a curious payment of $500,000 was made to the Fiorina campaign by a Cruz SuperPAC. There is now speculation that it may have been hush money to keep the Fiorina campaign from blowing open the Cruz sex scandal since Carpenter was employed at the Fiorina campaign at the time of the payment.

How curious was the payment? Last August, Rachel Maddow devoted an entire segment to reporting on the odd payment. Could she have stumbled on to a key piece of hush money evidence?

Watch for yourself, this is truly remarkable.

http://player.theplatform.com/p/7wvmTC/MSNBCEmbeddedOffSite?guid=n_maddow_mystery_150807

It appears that after the Maddow report the FEC opened up an investigation, and the Maddow team reiterated the curious nature of the payment at the time news of the investigation emerged.

Steve Benen wrote at the Maddow Blog:

Back in early August, Rachel flagged a curious campaign-finance move that I still don’t understand. It has to do with one presidential candidate’s super PAC writing a generous check to support a rival candidate – a move that’s since drawn interest from the Federal Election Commission. To briefly recap, Ted Cruz has a super PAC called Keep the Promise that exists, naturally, because it supports Cruz’s national ambitions. That’s the point of a super PAC – to raise money to bolster the candidate that the group and its donors want to see win. But in a campaign-finance filing, amid Keep the Promise’s routine expenditures, there’s a $500,000 payment to CARLY for America. And if CARLY for America sounds familiar, that’s because it’s the name of the super PAC that’s backing Carly Fiorina, one of Ted Cruz’s many rivals for the Republican presidential nomination. And that’s pretty odd. Why would one candidate’s super PAC write a six-figure check in support of another candidate? The Washington Post reports that the Federal Election Commission is wondering the same thing.

People were left scratching their heads in July when Keep the Promise 1, one of a conglomerate of super PACs funded by deep-pocketed Cruz supporters (the others are cleverly named Keep the Promise PAC, Keep the Promise II and Keep the Promise III; don’t strain yourself, guys), revealed in its financial disclosures a $500,000 donation to Fiorina’s campaign. Keep the Promise 1 had a healthy $10 million on hand from an $11 million donation from hedge fund CEO Robert Mercer as of the end of June. But it only spent $536,169. A little for legal services. A little for surveys. And a whole lot for Fiorina. Even the Federal Election Commission is perplexed. […] So, the FEC, as it does, sent a letter Wednesday asking for “a brief statement or description of why each disbursement was made.”

The letter appears to have gone out this week, and the super PAC did not respond to the Washington Post’s request for comment.

UPDATE
Also see:
Is There a #CruzSexScandal Video?

 The Markets The War On Cash Are You Ready America

Why You Need to Be Very Concerned About the War on Cash

Louis James, the editor of International Speculator, sat down with Doug Casey to discuss the ongoing “War on Cash.”
Doug reveals what people looking to protect their money should do.
As the War on Cash has gone into overdrive lately, this is a timely discussion that you’ll find below.
–Nick Giambruno, Senior Editor, International Man
Louis James: There have been a lot of government moves recently, making it harder for people to do business in cash. What do you think, are the days of anonymous paper money numbered?
Doug Casey: It’s funny. First, there was a war on gold. Now, there is definitely a war on cash. It was inevitable. It’s part of a long-standing trend toward more state control of people’s finances. In modern times, this started back in 1970 with the so-called Bank Secrecy Act, which required U.S. persons to report the existence of any foreign bank or brokerage accounts. Of course, in those days, bank secrecy still existed, so many Americans simply violated the law.
That was followed by the Money Laundering Control Act of 1986. “Money laundering” is an artificial, arbitrary, made-up crime. This law opened the door to everyone having to explain where their money came from. In a free society, the only crimes considered real are those that involve aggression against another person or his property.
L: Actual harm.
Doug: Right. But the average person today has been programmed to think it’s a crime to move money around. Anyway, the screws were further tightened with the Orwellian “Patriot Act” in 2001, which torqued both of these measures up.
But things started getting really serious with the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act of 2010 (FATCA). That made it mandatory, in effect, for all foreign financial institutions to report Americans who have bank or brokerage accounts. Of course, OECD countries and others had to jump on the bandwagon, making FATCA a global phenomenon.
In several countries, they’ve

passed laws outlawing cash transactions above X dollars. It’s €1,000 in France. It’s $5,000 in Uruguay, which used to be the Switzerland of South America. In other countries, including Sweden, Norway, Denmark, India, and Israel, there have been calls to ban cash entirely. Just try withdrawing a large amount of cash from a U.S. or Canadian bank these days. You’re in for an unpleasant experience.

L: And it’s not just governments.
Doug: Large corporations, too. They are all members of the Deep State; they work hand-in-glove with the government. They dislike cash for their own reasons—mainly convenience, and to prevent theft and pilfering by employees. Many large companies have started banning the use of cash. Airlines are one example; they won’t take cash for drinks or meals on board anymore. Chase recently banned the use of cash for certain transactions.
L: But governments invented paper money and passed laws forcing people to use it instead of gold and silver. Why would they want to abolish it now?
Doug: If you can’t use cash, everything has to go through the banking system. Everything that goes through the banking system, of course, is extremely easy for the state to track.
The rationale they will use is obvious; it will supposedly make it impossible for drug cartels, terrorist organizations and other real or imagined bad guys to “launder” their “dirty” money. Of course, abolishing the use of cash will also make tax collection easier. It enables them to track everything you buy and sell, and, effectively, everything you own.
L: Though they’ll say it will be more “fair” because everyone will finally be forced to pay their full share.
Doug: I’m reminded of a ridiculous Bloomberg article I read the other day, saying that cash was a physically dirty, expensive, potentially criminal, and obsolete 19th-century technology. It’s a full court press attack against cash. Statists have always hated the idea of money in general, actually. Money represents freedom for the individual. It gives you the independence to be, do, and have what you want, without asking anyone’s permission. That’s why money shouldn’t have anything to do with the State.
L: All bricks in the wall. But aside from destroying financial privacy, why is this a problem? I mean, if I’m not a criminal, why should I care about hiding my finances?
Doug: If they succeed, and all your money has to be in banks or some part of the financial system governments have complete access to, they can freeze your accounts—all your activity. You’re completely under their control. So be a good little lamb.
Once again, it’s not just a matter of financial privacy. The average chimpanzee no longer really cares about that, or privacy, in general. They post everything about themselves on Facebook. They disclose everything to the IRS or their bank. Privacy is a dead concept. And that’s a cause for real pessimism. There was zero privacy in tribal times, nor much in any time until the modern era. I don’t like the idea of reverting to a primitive era. Privacy is a major way the individual can protect himself from the mob. Privacy in all regards, not just financial, is actually critical to civilization itself.
L: But there’s a bigger picture here…
Doug: Yes. Pushing people out of cash, combined with the zero interest rate policy (so-called ZIRP) and the money-printing that’s called “quantitative easing” (QE) today, has created a huge bond super bubble, plus stock and property bubbles. That also makes this a war on savers. In the EU, Japan, and several other countries, putting money in the bank guarantees a loss.
But the real issue is that the State everywhere wants to be able to control all economic and financial activity. All of it.
L: Making it all the more dangerous when they mismanage these things.
Doug: Exactly. Because you don’t get the best and brightest people going to work for the government. You get the most rapacious and morally flawed. People who want to control other people.
Once the average citizen believes the State should be somehow responsible for economic stability and prosperity—a crazy notion, since the State is the cause of most instability and is the enemy of prosperity—anything can happen. The individual, even millions of them, can be sacrificed to some fictional common good. Which really means the good of the State and the major corporations around it.
One recent example is the infamous “bail-in” that happened in Cyprus. Anyone who had more than €100,000 in a Cypriot bank had most of it confiscated in 2013. This blatant theft is being discussed as a policy option around the world in case of crisis, as though it were a normal thing.
In my mind, all of this is clear evidence that the global financial system is on the edge of collapse. But this isn’t an economic or financial issue nearly so much as a freedom issue.
L: When might that collapse happen?
Doug: I’ve said it before, but this is worth repeating many times because people don’t take it as seriously as they should. We entered a gigantic financial hurricane in 2007. We’ve been in the eye of the hurricane since 2010. It’s a large eye, yes, but that’s in proportion to the huge size of the hurricane. I admit: I’ve been early on this, since the degree of what governments have been doing—with ZIRP, QE, and now the War Against Cash, is unprecedented. But we’re exiting the eye of the storm and going to its trailing edge. The global economy will be engulfed in the trailing edge of the storm before this year is over. There are many indications that this is starting right now, as we speak. And the second half of the storm is going to be much worse, much different, and last much longer than what we saw in 2008 and 2009.
L: Which was no picnic. But how can you be sure? Is there no way around the storm?
Doug: I don’t see one. I think they’ve already pulled out all the stops. I mean, I thought it was metaphysically impossible to have negative interest rates. I didn’t think anyone could be that stupid. But here we are with negative interest rates spreading around the world.
L: Your war on savers.
Doug: It’s part of the Keynesian view, in which spending and consumption drive the economy. This isn’t just wrong, it’s the exact opposite of what’s true. It’s production and saving that drive an economy. You have to save to build capital, and capital is necessary for… everything. What these people are doing is destructive of civilization itself. And when we go into the next crisis, governments will use the disastrous results of their own policies as excuses to enact even more destructive versions of the same things. As the sociopathic mayor of Chicago said, they never want to let a serious crisis go to waste. These people really believe that they should have more, perhaps even unlimited, power.
We are truly on the edge of a precipice.
Editor’s Note: As we frequently discuss, the government wants to know every detail of your financial life. That’s why it’s declared a War on Cash. And if you don’t take action soon, you could lose control of your life savings. We recently put together a report that shows you how to protect yourself. You can download the PDF by clicking here.
 

Barons of the Beltway: Inside the Princely World of Our Washington Elite–and How to Overthrow Them

by Michelle Fields, 272 Pages
Publisher: Crown Forum, June 21. 2016

Barons of the BeltwayBarons of the Beltway: Inside the Princely World of Our Washington Elite–and How to Overthrow Them

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