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Want to Know Why Majority of Americans Hate Hillary? Watch this Clip

July 6, 2016 Leave a comment

The FBI director James Comey scrapped so many of the talking points that Hillary Clinton has used over and over again throughout her email scandal, including that she never emailed classified material; that information in the emails was classified retroactively; that none of the emails were marked as containing classified information; that there were definitively no security breaches; that she turned over all work-related emails to the State Department; that the set-up was driven by convenience; and that the government was merely conducting “a security review.”

While Clinton ducked a legal bullet that could have been catastrophic to her candidacy, yesterday was neither vindication nor exoneration, and it certainly will not put the matter to restInstead, Comey’s declaration that she was “extremely careless” in handling classified material and should have known better will trail her through November. Though the FBI director said “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring a criminal case against Clinton, his nearly 15-minute speech was synonymous to a political indictment. [DID]

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Watch Hillary Endorse the Trans-Pacific Partnership 24 Times Before Coming Out Against It

October 9, 2015 Leave a comment

Hillary has a record of flip-flopping on a number of issues, she simply cannot make crucial decision at critical moments; Trans Pacific Partnership is just tip of the iceberg.  She has shown herself to the world as a feckless State Department Secretary during the first term of Obama Presidency. Records show that most (if not all) of the US sanctions on Iran during the past years came from the Congress, whereas opposing administration and State Department were forced by pressure from Senate to reluctantly approve them.

Like her x-boss, Obama, Hillary has followed appeasement policy in dealing with the terrorist mullahs in Iran and on many occasions has expressed her inclination for bilateral talks with them. Furthermore at some point of her tenure she expressed her faith in criminals Mir Hussein Mousavi and Karoubi and hoped for some effort by them to take hold of the apparatus of the state.

In 2009 Iranian uprising, not only she did not help the Iranian grassroots with their struggle for reaching freedom and democracy but literally promoted the trend of brain drain in Iran by encouraging Iranian students & scholars to get out of their country and come and study in the United States. Leaving the country in the hands of terrorist mullahs and their enslaved masses.

The State Department response to North Korea’s defiance (launching multiple rockets & conducting a nuclear test) was a defensive crouch that Hillary called “strategic patience”. Her knowledge of the vulnerability of the American diplomats in Benghazi and her carelessness to do anything about it, which resulted in their death, is her pattern of indecisiveness in pivotal national matters. It was she who pushed a “reset “button on the Russian-American relationship, a gesture that has been followed by broad hostility and calculated Russian oppositions to American interests.

As with her x-boss, Hillary’s vision of America’s role in the world does not go beyond “leading from behind”, which characterizes her passivity, submissiveness, and lacking any guiding strategy. Her role as a president would even be worse than of Obama’s, if Obama is the king of inaction, which he is, she would be the queen of indecision. [DID]

Hillary Clinton was really, really behind the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal. Like, really. But then something changed. She decided to run for president again; and she needed something to distinguish herself, something distinctive — something even more distinctive than violating federal law.

So now she’s for the TPP. Saying the U.S. should embrace and modify the deal by turning “lemons into lemonade,” Clinton came out late last week in favor of the deal, on the advice of campaign advisers who think she needs a better strategy to stay in front of Bernie Sanders.

“Clinton’s main rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, Bernie Sanders — he leads her in New Hampshire and is nipping at her heels in Iowa — has called the deal ‘disastrous’ for American workers,” National Review explained Wednesday. “On Wednesday morning, he urged Clinton, who has been quiet on the TPP for months, to take a public stand.” Read more…

Obama Administration Funded Terror Network ‘for the next ten years’

June 9, 2014 Leave a comment

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US have a history of creating and supporting terrorists logistically and strategically around the world, which initially started with Ben Laden and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan and the Khomeini’s regime in Iran. The rouge state of Iran has recently benefited financially by the sanction relief through the interim agreement with U.S., they have been using the money to strengthen their bases in Syria, which has helped Assad to not only stay in power but to claim as the head of the State in Syria for the next 7 years. On the other hand U.S., after more than 3 years inaction and abandoning the genuine oppositions at the beginning of the Syrian uprising, have started providing material support for the allegedly Syrian rebels. However the long-due support for the Syrian oppositions has bought time for the Iranian mullahs’ terrorists, Al-Qaeda groups, and Islamist terrorists of almost all kinds to get the chance to merge into the conflict.

Saudi Arabia on the other hand while rebuking the America’s mideast policy decides boosting support for the Sunnis rebels fighting in Syria and of course U.S. doesn’t mind that. To let the sectarian conflict escalate and turn it into a regional war, U.S. gives American missiles to Iraq’s President, to let its Shiite-dominated forces to use them and kill Iranian mullahs’ Sunni enemies. Now there is a strong speculation that U.S. has paid cash ransom to Haqqani terrorist network operating in Afghanistan and Pakistan to get the group to free the American POW.

U.S. hegemonic strategy in the Middle East has been changed; due to the economic hardship and lack of public support it does not make use of force any longer, instead it operates on undertaking secret manipulation, colluding, and bribing among different sectional and religious fanatics in the region to turn and agitate the ongoing sectarian conflict into a regional war. In the coming months the world will witnesses an upside-down Middle East that would have inevitable drastic consequences on the global security and peace. [DID]

Reported details of the high-profile prisoner swap that freed Bowe Bergdahl over the weekend are not telling the full story, according to a high-level intelligence official involved in efforts to find and rescue the Army sergeant.

The Haqqani Network, a terrorist group operating in Afghanistan and Pakistan, freed Bergdahl on Saturday after holding him captive for five years in exchange for the release of five Guantanamo Bay prison inmates.

A senior intelligence official with intimate knowledge of the years-long effort to locate and rescue Bergdahl told the Washington Free Beacon that the details of that exchange do not add up.

The official, who requested anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the press, speculated that a cash ransom was paid to the Haqqani Network to get the group to free the prisoner. Read more…

Hillary Clinton Celebrates the Iran Sanctions That Her State Department Tried to Stop

May 18, 2014 Leave a comment

 

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During her tenure as Secretary of State besides bunch of empty rhetoric such as those of GWB’s “To Iranians freedom fighters, you are not alone,  ……. US stand with you. blah blah”, which every time ended up with more mass murder of young Iranians by the brutal IRI regime, Hillary Clinton never did anything genuine for the benefits of the oppressed people of Iran. Not only she did not help the Iranian grassroots with their struggle for reaching freedom and democracy but literally promoted the trend of brain drain in Iran by encouraging Iranian students to get out of their country and come and study in the United States. In other words, this is what she really meant: “Hey kids you are not going to have a land for living and studying for some years if not decades to come, so get ready to get out of that country!!!! See we are here to help you out!”

Like her x-boss, Obama, Hillary has followed appeasement policy in dealing with the terrorist mullahs in Iran and on many occasions has expressed her inclination for bilateral talks with them. Furthermore at some point of her tenure she expressed her faith in criminals Mir Hussein Mousavi and Karoubi and hoped for some effort by them to take hold of the apparatus of the state.

Hilary’s claim on taking credit for imposing sanctions on Iran to force mullahs to come to the negotiation table is ridiculous and just propaganda. Records show that most (if not all) of the US sanctions on Iran during the past years came from the Congress, whereas opposing administration and State Department were forced by pressure from Senate to reluctantly approve them.

As with her x-boss, Hillary’s vision of America’s role in the world does not go beyond “leading from behind”, which characterizes her passivity, submissiveness, and lacking any guiding strategy. The State Department response to North Korea’s defiance (launching multiple rockets & conducting a nuclear test) was a defensive crouch that Hillary called “strategic patience”. Her knowledge of the vulnerability of the American diplomats in Benghazi and her carelessness to do anything about it, which resulted in their death, is her pattern of indecisiveness in pivotal national matters. It was she who pushed a “reset “button on the Russian-American relationship, a gesture that has been followed by broad hostility and calculated Russian oppositions to American interests.

There are strong rumors that Hillary is getting ready for the 2016 Presidential election; she has already started to present herself as a candidate. So be careful don’t be fooled by political gesture of Hillary, she has shown herself to the world as a feckless State Department Secretary during the first term of Obama Presidency. Her role as a president would even be worse than of Obama’s, if Obama is the king of inaction she would be the queen of indecision. [DID]

The former Secretary of State claimed Wednesday she was responsible for tough sanctions on Iran. But while they were being crafted, her State Department opposed them again and again.

Hillary Clinton is now claiming to be the architect of crippling sanctions on the Iranian economy. But during her tenure as Secretary of State, her department repeatedly opposed or tried to water down an array of measures that were pushed into law by Democrats and Republicans in Congress.

Speaking at the American Jewish Committee on Wednesday, Clinton said that she and President Obama faced a “hard choice” when deciding to both reach out to Iran and increase the pressure on the Iranian government and economy, a not so subtle pitch for her upcoming memoir Hard Choices, which hits bookstores next month. She portrayed the multi-year effort to impose several increasingly tough sanctions measures against Iran as largely led by the administration. Read more…

U.S. Government Contractors Attend Iran Oil Show

May 14, 2014 Leave a comment

Obama an oil-cartel mercenary

So much about the President Obama’s pledge to ‘come down … like a ton of bricks’ on foreign firms expanding their Iran business.

That’s what is wrong with the presidency in the United States, the President of America is actually elected by the Corporate Owners, Bankers, Oil cartels, and all those within 1% reach. Without the endorsement of this group nobody (I repeat nobody) can even dream that someday he gets the chance to become the US President, simply because no one can become the US President by just the direct votes of the grassroots. This is the main difference between the European election process and the US’s, which is the key-role factor for Europeans to get a real President of the people and by the people, whereas here the president is in service of just the 1% reach.  

Looks like the oil-cartel puppeteers pulled the string on Obama, made him forget all about his Noble peace prize and let him know that it is time for payback. What did anyone expect? After all he is not a president who cares for the burdens of the oppressed people, he is a mercenary of the rich. [DID]

Companies positioning themselves for return to Iranian market.

At least five companies with U.S. government contracts were in Tehran last week to attend the Iran Oil Show, a several day conference that enables international corporations to hobnob with top Iranian officials and plan for a full return to Tehran’s lucrative energy market, according to an analysis of the 600 companies that attended the oil expo.

At least 20 of the companies in attendance at the oil show maintain a U.S. presence or have contracts with the U.S. government, eliciting concern from watchdog groups that these companies could be helping Iran breach U.S. sanctions. Read more…

Washington’s Sucker’s Deal with Mullahs Allows Bad Banks Back into the World Financial System

May 13, 2014 Leave a comment

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With a new round of talks underway this week in Vienna, American officials are brimming with optimism concerning the possibility of a nuclear deal by the summer. Worryingly, Iran appears poised to retain essential elements of its military-nuclear infrastructure. But because Tehran will provide just enough in the way of technical concessions to delay its ability to breakout to a nuclear bomb, it’s likely that the White House will unravel the complex sanctions architecture that has kept Iran’s economy on its heels.

History will judge whether the president was right to compromise with a regime that has a long track record of nuclear mendacity.  Read more…

The Slow Death of the Old Global Order

April 15, 2014 Leave a comment

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In the spring of 2012, The National Interest produced a special issue under the rubric of “The Crisis of the Old Order: The Crumbling Status Quo at Home and Abroad [3].”The thesis was that the old era of relative global stability, forged through the crucibles of the Great Depression and World War II, was coming unglued. In introducing the broad topic to readers, TNI editors wrote, “Only through a historical perspective can we fully understand the profound developments of our time and glean, perhaps only dimly, where they are taking us. One thing is clear: they are taking us into a new era. The only question is how much disruption, chaos and bloodshed will attend the transition from the Old Order to whatever emerges to replace it.” Read more…

Obama Administration has Opened the Country to Terrorists & their Sympathizers

February 11, 2014 Leave a comment

The Obama administration has eased the rules for would-be asylum-seekers, refugees and others who hope to come to the United States or stay here and who gave WPTV_Immigration_Graphic_2_20140209155608_320_240 (1)“limited” support to terrorists or terrorist groups.

The change is one of President Barack Obama’s first actions on immigration since he pledged during his State of the Union address last month to use more executive directives.

The Department of Homeland Security and the State Department now say that people considered to have provided “limited material support” to terrorists or terrorist groups are no longer automatically barred from the United States.

A post-Sept. 11 provision in immigrant law, known as terrorism related inadmissibility grounds, had affected anyone considered to have given support. With little exception, the provision has been applied rigidly to those trying to enter the U.S. and those already here but wanting to change their immigration status. Read more…

Iran, Big Power Nuclear Talks Hit Snag on Centrifuge Research

January 9, 2014 Leave a comment

UNITED NATIONS – Negotiations between Iran and six world powers on implementing a landmark November deal to freeze parts of Tehran’s nuclear program in750px-Gas_centrifuge_cascade2 exchange for easing some sanctions have run into problems over advanced centrifuge research, diplomats said.

The dispute over centrifuges highlighted the huge challenges facing Iran and the six powers in negotiating the precise terms of the November 24 interim agreement. If they succeed, they plan to start talks on a long-term deal to resolve a more than decade-long dispute over Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.

Among the issues to be resolved in political discussions due to begin in Geneva later this week is that of research and development of a new model of advanced nuclear centrifuge that Iran says it has installed, diplomats said on condition of anonymity.

Centrifuges are machines that purify uranium for use as fuel in atomic power plants or, if purified to a high level, weapons. Read more…

Iran, North Korea Secretly Developing New Long-Range Rocket Booster for ICBMs

November 28, 2013 Leave a comment

Iranian missile group delegation visited Pyongyang as Geneva nuclear talks were underway. Hasan Rouhani, Kim Yong Nam

Iranian missile technicians secretly visited North Korea as part of joint development of a new rocket booster for long-range missiles or space launchers at the same time nuclear talks took place in Geneva, according to U.S. officials.

Several groups of technicians from the Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group (SHIG), a unit in charge of building Iran’s liquid-fueled missiles, traveled to Pyongyang during the past several months, including as recently as late October, to work on the new, 80-ton rocket booster being developed by the North Koreans, according to officials familiar with intelligence reports.

The booster is believed by U.S. intelligence agencies to be intended for a new long-range missile or space launch vehicle that could be used to carry nuclear warheads, and could be exported to Iran in the future. Read more…

North Korea Threat triggers Global Backlash

February 20, 2013 Leave a comment

North Korea on Tuesday threatened to destroy South Korea and hinted at “stronger steps” after its third nuclear test last week, prompting a stern response from the Obama administration and korea_s640x458European nations.

North Korean diplomat Jon Yong-ryong lashed out at a U.N. Conference on Disarmament session in Geneva in response to threats of further international sanctions over the blast and some of South Korea’s countermeasures such as expanded military drills.

“As the saying goes, a newborn puppy knows no fear of a tiger. South Korea’s erratic behavior would only herald its final destruction,” Mr. Jon said at the conference.

European and American officials quickly denounced Mr. Jon’s threats and warned that they would only lead to further punishments for the reclusive communist regime. Read more…

Lawmakers Insisting on Justice for Benghazi Attack on Consulate

December 21, 2012 Leave a comment

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Key Republican lawmakers on Wednesday embraced the findings of the State Department’s internal inquiry into the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, even though its long-awaited report stopped short of probing questions of an Obama administration cover-up in the attack’s aftermath.

The report by the Accountability Review Board noted that senior State Department officials ignored intelligence and security warnings that might have prevented the fatal onslaught on the diplomatic mission and prompted the removal of four department officials Wednesday. Read more…