HOUSE COULD SUBPOENA TRUMP OVER TAX RETURNS AS RUSSIA PROBE LAUNCHED. HOW TO IMPEACH AND REPLACE TRUMP WITH MATTIS AND GET AMERICA BACK ON TRACK IN SIX EASY STEPS

February 23, 2017

A Republican Senator Susan Collins said the Intelligence Committee could subpoena President Donald Trump’s tax records as part of its investigation into Russian interference in last year’s election if that’s where the evidence leads.

http://www.rollcall.com/news/politics/susan-collins-intelligence-committee-subpoena-trump-tax-returns-needed

This opens the door to replacing Trump and his team with patriots like James Mattis in a few easy step.

1. Subpoena Trump for his tax returns as well as dodgy loans (George Soros), Deutsche Bank loans and his real estate deals to see if they were fronts for laundering money.

In addition, an investigation should subpoena Jared Kushner’s for his tax returns, Deutsche Bank account and real estate deals given the enormous amount of power and influence Kushner has accumulated in the Trump team.

And Shadow President Steve Bannon’s and Breitbart’s opaque finances need to be taken under the lupe.

My bet is that neither Trump nor Kushner nor Bannon will be very forthcoming since their cash flows may point to the usual suspects of George Soros, the Rothschild, Ted Turner etc

2. Offer the trio a backroom deal if they cooperate in transitioning the government from Globalist control to American control under a trusted President like James Mattis, for example. Alternative would be probe, impeachment, jail.

For example, Trump could exit by claiming to be suddenly too ill, too stressed, to continue. He is in his 70s after all. After a scam health scare, (Trump passing out at a gold course) he could resign. Mike Pence would, then, become President. Since Pence is part of the Globalist operation, he would have to go soon too. But before he goes, Pence could appoint Mattis his VP, avoiding a power vaccum under Paul Ryan or the chaos of new elections.

Since Mattis enjoys cross party support, he would be a unifying figure.

3. James Mattis becomes president and appoints a VP like Chris Christie or another trusted civilian politician for a better military and civilian balance.

4. Mattis fires Reince Priebus, Steve Bannon, Kushner and the entire current White House as well as hirelings like Dr Sebastian Gorka, and brings in fresh people.

Gorka looks like a villain out of a Tintin comic, with his Medal of Heroes, linked to a Hungarian group who collaborated with the Nazisbeard, heavy glasses.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2017/02/14/gorka-fake-news-left-media-attempts-smear-sebastian-gorka-nazi-sympathizer/

A quick questionnaire could establish what each person in the White House does and identify core tasks and functions.

Hiring 2000 random college grads currently working as barristas to carry out those functions after some training would probably lead to a vast improvement over the current chaos troop.

5. Set up a team to vet candidates to fill department positions at top speed.

Assume key military secrets may already have been leaked and change vital code words and configurations as soon as Bannon and his flakies have had their security clearances revoked.

6. Carrying out the reasonable campaign pledges of Trump such as creating more jobs, setting up tariffs, biliateral trade agreements, rebuilding the military, conducting a prudent foreign policy , investigating vaccines and autism etc to keep the voters behind the new government.

Hey presto. In six easy steps, America could be back on the road.

 


Was Geoffrey Pyatt involved in the Clinton and Russian Uranium deal?

February 23, 2017

 

Evidence is growing that the entire business model of the four times bankrupt Donald Trump is built on cash for favours, on money laundering for foreign oligarchs as well as on dodgy loans from the likes of George Soros and Deutsche Bank.

In fact, the business model of Trump and his son in law, Jared Kushner, may be, in essence, be the same as Hillary and Bill Clinton’s Foundation, which received money for a dodgy Russian money for a Uranium deal, giving Russia control of a significant amount of US Uranium.

Geoffrey Pyatt, Soros’ puppet in the Ukraine, and current ambassador to Greece, was the deputy chief of the US mission to  International Atomic Energy Agency at the time of the deal. He may even have played a role in signing off on the deal, which had to be reviewed by several agencies, including possibly the US Mission to the IAEA, which monitors world urainium production and consumption.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoffrey_R._Pyatt

The IAEA publishes a  “Red Book” on Uranium every to years, which is “a recognised world reference on uranium.”

“The report provides analyses and information from 49 uranium producing and consuming countries. The new edition provides the most recent review of world uranium market fundamentals and presents data on global uranium exploration, resources, production and reactor-related requirements. It offers updated information on established uranium production centres and mine development plans, as well as projections of nuclear generating capacity and reactor-related requirements through 2035.”

https://www.iaea.org/newscenter/pressreleases/new-edition-of-red-book-uranium-report-is-published

From the New York Times

Beyond mines in Kazakhstan that are among the most lucrative in the world, the sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States. Since uranium is considered a strategic asset, with implications for national security, the deal had to be approved by a committee composed of representatives from a number of United States government agencies. Among the agencies that eventually signed off was the State Department, then headed by Mr. Clinton’s wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
As the Russians gradually assumed control of Uranium One in three separate transactions from 2009 to 2013, Canadian records show, a flow of cash made its way to the Clinton Foundation. Uranium One’s chairman used his family foundation to make four donations totaling $2.35 million. Those contributions were not publicly disclosed by the Clintons, despite an agreement Mrs. Clinton had struck with the Obama White House to publicly identify all donors. Other people with ties to the company made donations as well.

And shortly after the Russians announced their intention to acquire a majority stake in Uranium One, Mr. Clinton received $500,000 for a Moscow speech from a Russian investment bank with links to the Kremlin that was promoting Uranium One stock.

Three days later, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rosatom completed a deal for 17 percent of Uranium One. And within a year, the Russian government substantially upped the ante, with a generous offer to shareholders that would give it a 51 percent controlling stake. But first, Uranium One had to get the American government to sign off on the deal.

 


Why is Bannon not forced to resign over Milo paedophilia scandal?

February 23, 2017

 

Steven Bannon will appear with the discredited Trump team of Reince Priebus, Mike Pence, Kellyanne Conway  at a conservative conference,  CPAC, today in spite of his role in promoting Milo Yiannopoulos, whom, it has emerged, forcefully defended paedophilia.

http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/320760-watch-live-cpac-kicks-off-its-second-day

Milo is a protege of Bannon as Milo has often said.

It is incomprehensible why Milo’s enabler Bannon has not been forced to resign over his role in giving Milo a platform. Milo with the help of Bannon has become a popular icon. Is it a coincidence? Did Bannon really have no idea that his hand picked young trendy tech editor was not entangled in tales of little boys and grown up men?

This is 2017 when child sex trafficking, snuff films, paedophilia has reached horrendous proportions. Paedophiles shouldn t be encouraged by icons like Milo.

The likes of Julian Assange have been quick to lambast liberals for being so narrow in condemning Milo.

But the former soldier turned ancient Greek philospher Socrates also condemned homosexual relations between young boys and adults. Was he a liberal too, showing the twisted logic so preferred by leftists as Milo would claim? A layabout leading a pampered existence with a jaded world view?

When Odysseus goes to Hades, he shudders when he sees the mother of Oedipus and thinks about the unatural act of how he, her son slept with his mother, albeit unknowingly. Was Odysseus, the tough Greek fighter, who sacked Troy, a liberal?

Athene (a goddess or mouthpiece of Homer) says that anyone who seduces the wife of another man when he is absent and then kills him when he returns deserves death. Was she or Homer virtue signalling leftists?

No, Plato and Homer express an ancient and universally recognized understanding that human beings need an unusually long time to develop to maturity, and they need adults as teachers, guides and role models.

Some animals are born one day and can run around the next. An average human being, by contrast, needs a year to being to walk and use a few words. For a very long period of time, children are, inevitably, dependent on the protection of adults.

But when human beings do reach emotional, physical and intellectural maturity and automony successfully, they are capable of much greater achievements like writing great epics, discovering the mathematics of the universe etc. Therefore, successful human societies like the ancient Greek society protect children and place great value marriage based on love and families as units of protection.

But broken people, who refuse to face their inner turmoil, and get help to move forwards, may well try to denigrate  anyone who rejects paedophilia as a narrow liberal.

They can do so from behind bars as far as the rest of us are concerned, Milo and Bannon.

 


IMPEACH TRUMP

February 23, 2017

Steven Bannon, the unelected advisor of Donald Trump, with the status of an advisor, whose funding is opaque and which, for all we know, could come from George Soros and Russian oligarchs, is still today, as I write this report, the most powerful man in the USA, more powerful even than Trump.

Thanks to an executive order signed by Trump, Bannon was able to assume a position on the main committee of the National Security Council. This is the key body that decides foreign policy issues that do not go to the president and which frames the choices for him, according to the New York Times.

At the same time, Bannon’s rivals were downgraded or removed from the council altogether, further increasing Bannon’s power over this pivotal council. The director of national intelligence and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff were side lined. Homeland Security and the CIA were thrown off it.

His vociferous style and tactic of apparently shouting down all critics seems aimed at establishing his absolute authority.

He has instituted a reign of terror, firing anyone who murmurs any criticism of Trump, according to reports, and even spying on council members.

Now Trump has lamely claimed, according to the New York Times, that he did not know that he was making such a substantive change. Oh, no, Trump had no idea that he had made an unprecedented transfer of power into the hands of an unelected advisor with no official status in the administration at all.

The Trump team just copied and pasted changes into an organization charge inherited from Obama. It just so happened that they resulted in Bannon assuming the power of a feudal king. How did that happen? The name Bannon must have just been accidentally been pasted into the chart where it said “enter the name of the new Fuhrer here.”

Trump says he was surprised at the blowback that resulted from his sanctioning a secret coup d etat by former Goldman Sachs banker and far right Breitbart editor Bannon of the most powerful body in the USA. That even thought two top generals turned down the position precisely because of Bannon. It was all over the media. Oh, but Trump was taken aback, amazed.

Trump blames Michael Flynn for not making him aware of the significance of the changes or how they would be perceived.

But even though now it must be clear to him that a cross party consensus has emerged that Bannon must go, Trump still has not removed him as of Thursday 23 February 2017.

His new National Security Advisor HR McMaster, an active duty officer, has to go to Trump to ask for him to be removed in spite of Trump’s promise to McMaster that he could determine the make up of the council.

So, what might be the real reason why can’t Trump let go of Bannon?

Now that Flynn is gone, Bannon is his shield, allowing Trump to plausibly deny knowing about any future key decisions, detrimental to the USA.

“But Bannon never made me aware that we had just declared nuclear war on Russia…, that we had such serious leaks…, that our computers were hacked…that all these parallel power structures Bannon (and Kushner) created would paralyze our government….that Bannon kept citing me as the basis of his authority when he declared war on China too, really I had no idea and I am surprised at the intensity of the blowback…”

The tacit implication with this approach is that if Trump had known, he would have acted differently. He is not to blame for wrong decisions. Bannon is.

It was used by Hitler in World War Two when Hitler hermetically sealed himself off in a tight inner circle. The desperate generals who went to Hitler to warn him the Eastern front was about to collapse, the Western front was about to collapse etc were left with the impression that Hitler, like Trump, would have acted differently if he had not been surrounded by so many manipulative aides.

“If Hitler only knew the fifth army is on the verge of collapse in Stalingrad, he would pull them back immediately. But that Martin Bormann is hiding it from him…”

“If Hitler only knew half of Berlin has been destroyed by air raids, he would end the war. But Bormann is hiding if from him…”

In fact, Bannon has assumed a role very similar to the role of Martin Bormann in Nazi Germany, which is Hitler’s shield and punch bag. That should not surprise us considering Bannon is a student of Nazi German history.

Bormann and other Nazis deliberately created parallel power structures to create confusion. This strengthened the hand of Bormann who could always claim to be doing the will of Hitler and basing his authority on  him, given his close relationship and access to him

Well, as of this week, Trump does know beyond any doubt that Bannon is considered a high security and risk on the council by virtually everyone. But, surprise, Trump still won’t remove him.

His bluff has been called again.

It’s time to impeach Trump.

Either he is telling the truth when says that he did not know that Bannon would be so powerful, in which case he is unfit to be president. Or he is lying through his teeth, was well aware of the implications, in which case he is also unfit to be president.

The tactic of plausible denial depends on no one being able to prove one way or another that Trump really did not know.

But let’s consider the long list of all the things Trump claims now implicitly or explicitly not to know or have known.

He didn’t know that he had signed off on 15 ambassadors  in violation of his agreement with Rex Tillerson, 15 ambassadors of the worst swamp alligator kind.

He didn’t know that Bannon’s blockages means that the Pentagon has no staff to get the budget in by the April deadline.

He didn’t know that his White House staff has been among the slowest ever to vet officials, paralyzing departments.

He didn’t know that giving another unelected official, his son in law, Jared Kushner, financed by the same consortium of George Soros and Deutsche Bank, as he himself, nebulous but in practise total control over foreign policy, would create a shadow secretary of state and confusion.

He didn’t know his federal hiring freeze would make it impossible for Tilleron to fill all the vacant posts and paralyze federal government.

He didn’t know he could fill the four seats in the Federal Reserve with people favouring low interest rates rather than keeping ringing the Fed and pleading with them, as Alex Jones implies.

He didn’t know that signing an executive order barring green card holders and visa holders could be challenged by the courts. And so end up having the opposite effect of allowing thousands of ISIS fighters pour into the country.

He didn’t know he could sign an executive mandate ending the Obamacare penalty.

He didn’t know he could repeal the federal power grab over the election infrastructure.

He didn’t know he repeal the federal grab over the internet.

He didn’t know Obamacare and tax cuts would take so long to implement. 2018? 2019?

He didn’t know that when he gave his infamous press conference, he was not naming actual achievements, just plans for future properity that could easily be reversed. Even the Mexico wall can still be stopped if he loses the midterms.

He didn’t know that when he stepped before the press, he was not addressing the American people without filters. How could he be expected to know that the mainstream media channels would edit his 77 minute long rant?

He did not know that when he praised a Never Trumper for being a good ally (unity is so important to him), he had rejected candidates presented by Tillerson and James Mattis for that same reason on the advice of Bannon.

He did not know that reports of the White House dysfunction (leaks, firing of Flynn, Priebus’s activities) were all over the alternative media, and that claiming the White House was fine tuned machine would make him look a liar among all his voters.

Oh, and he didn’t know he runs the ultimate money laundering machine and is eminently blackmailable.

He has withheld his tax returns on a whim.

Trump is not  a fool. He is a liar.

Since it is now clear that Trump  comes with a shadow government of Bannon, Kushner, Priebus and Pence, Trump must go.


Vlad, the cad?

February 22, 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin is reported to have amassed as much as 200 billion dollars from his control of oil and gas assets, says the Daily Mail.

It wouldn’t surprise me if  Putin and his band of oligarchs drain off half of all the revenue from oil and gas for their personal use. Mind you, that would be better than the nineties neocon oligarchs, who took all of it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4245106/Vladimir-Putin-196BILLION-richer-Donald-Trump.html

Russia does not have a strongly developed domestic industry and with the private Russian central bank imposing punishing interest rates of 10% plus, it is not going to ever develop one either, leaving the average Russian pretty tough life.

But at least, Vlad, the luxury loving spendthrift, does not give his people damaging vaccines, GMO foods or other soft kill weapons. He simply has too few of them left after the ravages of the neocon oligarchs may have wiped out around a third of the population.

Age-adjusted mortality in Russia rose by almost 33% between 1990 and 1994. During that period, life expectancy for Russian men and women declined dramatically from 63.8 and 74.4 years to 57.7 and 71.2 years, respectively.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9508159

Believe me when I say the Russian oligarchs and their families are a pretty nasty lot.

I know one architect in Vienna who built a gold plated palace for an oligarch only to find the oligarch refuse to pay her. She took him to court only to be warned she might not live. She took him to court anyway and won and the oligarch paid up, a pittance for him.

Another elderly teacher asked to be paid for teaching the two small children of an oligarch after six months. He took a gun out of desk and pointed it at her.  She never received her payment.

And those are just some stories…

But that does not mean to say I think an engineered world war three with Russia on behalf of George Soros and other Globalists is a good idea.

 


RUSSIAN CENTRAL BANK DOCS IMPLICATE HILARY AND PODESTA IN ILLEGAL PAYMENTS FOR FAVOURS TO RUSSIAN OLIGARCHS

February 22, 2017

Today Infowars investigative journalist Jerome Corsi met with former vice-head of Armed Services Committee and the House Homeland Security Committee, Curt Weldon, to discuss his committees’ deep research into the Clinton technology transfers to Russia in exchange for Clinton Foundation donations.  Weldon validated much that is presented in the following article, which is part one of a series of investigative articles coming out over the upcoming week based on intel by Weldon and other sources:

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congress may want to examine concrete evidence showing Russian President Vladimir Putin paying Hillary Clinton and John Podesta for a long time before the mainstream media goes even more overboard trying to fabricate a tie between Putin and President Donald Trump.
The money trail hunt begins with a document Infowars has obtained from the Russian Central Bank “Registry of Significant Control,” known generally as the “RSC Registry.”
This document traces the ownership of Metcombank, a relatively small Russian-domiciled bank located in the Russian Ural Mountains, to ownership by Viktor Vekselberg, a Russian billionaire with close ties to Putin.
As we shall see this document provides evidence of the circuitous path the Russian government has been using since Hillary Clinton was secretary of state to make large financial payments to John Podesta and to the Clinton Foundation.

http://www.infowars.com/exclusive-russian-bank-docs-show-how-putin-laundered-money-to-hillary-podesta/


Shadow globalist president Steve Bannon may be removed from national security council

February 22, 2017

 

From Foxnews

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday that if President Donald Trump’s newly appointed national security adviser wanted to remove chief strategist Steve Bannon from the National Security Council’s principals committee, the president would “take that under serious consideration.”

“The president has made clear to him he’s got full authority to structure the national security team the way he wants,” Spicer said of Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, whom Trump appointed Monday as his new national security adviser. Spicer made the remarks in the daily White House press briefing.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/02/22/trump-would-be-willing-to-remove-bannon-from-national-security-council.html