Thursday, August 11, 2016

Wikileaks Outs George Soros Email to Hillary Clinton Directing US State Department's 2011 Intervention in Albania

August 11th, 2016

Wikileaks Outs George Soros Email to Hillary Clinton Directing US State Department's 2011 Intervention in Albania

Posted by: Barry
Published on August 11th, 2016 @ 07:51:00 pm , using 1024 words,

An email from George Soros to SecState Hillary Clinton, from 2011,  seems to prove the contention that Hillary Clinton is nothing more than a globalist puppet of foreign interventionists...

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By Barry Secrest

Wikileaks has released a telling 2011 email from Globalist George Soros directing Secretary of State, at the time, Hillary Clinton, to stage an intervention in Albania due to violence between the Albanian government and riotous protestors.

In 2011 and at the time of the upheaval in Albania, the Albanian government was in the process of soliciting the EU for membership status in the Eurozone, which has been an ongoing project for George Soros in the establishment of his global New World Order.
In effect, the rioting and protests in the streets of Albania were not beneficial to Soros' goal of building the EU consortium across Europe, especially with predominantly Islamist nations, such as Albania.
In the letter, Soros, who has funded millions towards Clinton's campaign, stated the following, as published in the American Mirror:
 “Dear Hillary, 
“A serious situation has arisen in Albania which needs urgent attention at senior levels of the US government. You may know that an opposition demonstration in Tirana on Friday resulted in the deaths of three people and the destruction of property. 
“There are serious concerns about further unrest connected to a counter-demonstration to be organized by the governing party on Wednesday and a follow-up event by the opposition two days later to memorialize the victims. 
“The prospect of tens of thousands of people entering the streets in an already inflamed political environment bodes ill for the return of public order and the country’s fragile democratic process.”
Soros urges the then-Secretary of State to get the international community involved and pressure the Prime Minister to “forestall further demonstrations” and “tone down public pronouncements” as well appointing a senior European official to act as the mediator.
The left-wing billionaire also gave Clinton a list of potential nominees to appoint as mediator: Carl Bildt, Martti Ahtisaari, and Miroslav Lajcak.
The e-mail was sent from Soros’ aide to Richard Verma, then the Assistant Secretary of State for Legislative Affairs who forwarded it to several of Clinton’s top aides including Huma Abedin, Jacob Sullivan, and Philip Gordon. Sullivan forwarded it to Clinton.
Just three days after Clinton received the e-mail from Soros the EU ended up sending Soros’ suggested nominee Lajcak to mediate the civil unrest, the BBC reported."
But, while Soros seemed interested enough to quell the unrest in Albania, and return social order by intervening via protege' Hillary Clinton and her US State Department, Soros was simultaneously setting the table tor social unrest in the US, to eventually achieve the exact opposite effect he was seeking in Albania.

According to the Washington Times, Soros, who is Hillary Clinton's founding donor, in addition to Barack Obama, actually helped financed the deadly Ferguson protests which turned into riots:
"There’s a solitary man at the financial center of the Ferguson protest movement. No, it’s not victim Michael Brown or Officer Darren Wilson. It’s not even the Rev. Al Sharpton, despite his ubiquitous campaign on TV and the streets.
Rather, it’s liberal billionaire George Soros, who has built a business empire that dominates across the ocean in Europe while forging a political machine powered by nonprofit foundations that impacts American politics and policy, not unlike what he did with
Mr. Soros spurred the Ferguson protest movement through years of funding and mobilizing groups across the U.S., according to interviews with key players and financial records reviewed by The Washington Times.
In all, Mr. Soros gave at least $33 million in one year to support already-established groups that emboldened the grass-roots, on-the-ground activists in Ferguson, according to the most recent tax filings of his nonprofit Open Society Foundations."
Soros, pushing hard for his US candidate, Hillary Clinton,  to win in 2016,  more recently funded a series of ongoing US protests, with some turning violent, against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. 

George Soros donates $8 million to boost Hillary - POLITICO

According to the New York Times, Soros is funding as much as $ 15 Million dollars in order to spark an immigrant and Latino uprising against the US anti-establishment political movement, in the US, as led by Donald Trump:
"The billionaire George Soros and other liberal donors will bankroll a new $15 million campaign to mobilize Latinos and other immigrants this fall, hoping to channel outrage at the political rhetoric of Donald J. Trump and other Republicans into a surge of votes for Democratic candidates in November. 
Strategists involved said the new spending would be the largest Democratic voter-turnout effort ever devoted exclusively to Latino and immigrant voters."
As news spread far and wide in the US, of Hillary Clinton supporter George Soros' involvement in the US protests, some of which eventually turned into riots and one Black Lives Matter protest even resulting in the mass deaths of police officers, in Texas, Soros has,  at least for a time, quelled his riotous protest activities, which some legal experts have contended as being nothing if not, sedition. 
Moreover, many political experts have simultaneously likened the actions of Hillary Clinton to being as those of one under the control of a puppet master, and the Wikileaks letter from Soros to Clinton seems to have now proven the political opposition's contentions.
Their characterizations of Hillary Clinton as being under the direction of anti-American George Soros, and many others across the globe who have donated lavishly to Clinton, seem to have now been well beyond proved.

According to Donald Trump, Clinton resides deeply in the pockets of foreign interventionists into America. 
In a speech delivered on 6/22/16 ,on Hillary Clinton and her global handlers, in part, Trump stated the following:
"She ran the State Department like her own personal hedge fund – doing favors for oppressive regimes, and many others, in exchange for cash. 
Together, she and Bill made $153 million giving speeches to lobbyists, CEOs, and foreign governments in the years since 2001.
 They totally own her, and that will never change. 
We got here because we switched from a policy of Americanism – focusing on what’s good for America’s middle class – to a policy of globalism, focusing on how to make money for large corporations who can move their wealth and workers to foreign countries all to the detriment of the American worker and the American economy. 
We reward companies for offshoring, and we punish companies for doing business in America and keeping our workers employed. 
This is not a rising tide that lifts all boats. 
This is a wave of globalization that wipes out our middle class and our jobs."
Once again, it seems, Donald Trump has been proven correct.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Bomba Megaton: Donald Trump accuses Obama of being 'founder of ISIL'

White House hopeful accuses Hillary Clinton of also bearing blame for foundation of ISIL, which was formed in Iraq.

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Trump has taken flak over allegations he called for the assassination of Hillary Clinton [EPA]
Donald Trump accused President Barack Obama on Wednesday of founding the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group (ISIL, also known as ISIS) that is wreaking havoc from the Middle East to European cities.
A moment later, on another topic, he emphasised the president's full legal name: Barack Hussein Obama.
"In many respects, you know, they honor President Obama," Trump said during a raucous campaign rally outside Fort Lauderdale, Florida. "He is the founder of ISIS."
He repeated the allegation three times.
"He's the founder of ISIS, okay?" he added. "He's the founder. He founded ISIS."
Trump has long blamed Obama and his former foreign minister Hillary Clinton for pursuing Middle East policies that created a power vacuum in Iraq that was exploited by ISIL.
He has sharply criticised Obama for announcing he would pull US troops out of Iraq, a decision that many Obama critics say created the kind of instability in which groups like ISIL thrive.
The White House declined to comment on Trump's accusation.
The former property mogul and reality TV star went on to criticise Clinton, his Democratic party rival for the presidency.
"And I would say, the co-founder would be crooked Hillary Clinton," he said.
The Republican presidential nominee has in the past accused Clinton of "founding" the group.

Assassination allegations

ISIL began as Iraq's local affiliate of al-Qaeda and has carried out massive attacks against Iraq's Shia Muslim majority, fueling tensions with al-Qaeda's central leadership.
The local group's then-leader, Jordanian-born Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, was killed in 2006 in a US air strike but is still seen as its founder.
Trump's accusation - and his pointed use of the president's middle name, Hussein - echoed previous instances where he has questioned Obama's loyalties.
In June, when a gunman who claimed allegiance to ISIL killed 49 people in a Florida nightclub, Trump seemed to suggest Obama was sympathetic to the group when he said Obama "doesn't get it, or he gets it better than anybody understands”.
In the past, Trump has also falsely suggested Obama is a Muslim or was born in Kenya, where Obama's father was from.
Trump under fire for veiled threat against Clinton
Trump lobbed the allegation halfway through his rally at a sports arena, where riled-up supporters shouted obscenities about Clinton and shouted "lock her up”.
He also railed against the fact that the Orlando shooter's father, Seddique Mateen, was spotted in the crowd behind Clinton during a Monday rally in Florida, saying: "Of course he likes Hillary Clinton."
Trump has been criticised over the past week for comments he made suggesting gun rights advocates could stop Clinton from becoming president and picking new, anti-gun Supreme Court judges, by using their second amendment rights, which allow them to bear arms.
"Hillary wants to essentially abolish the Second Amendment," Trump told a rally in North Carolina.
"If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do folks," Trump said. "Although the Second Amendment people - maybe there is, I don't know."
Trump's campaign spokesman later denied allegations that the comments were advocating for Clinton to be assassinated.
Source: Agencies

International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach stopped by the Weightlifting venue at ‪#‎Rio2016‬. He got a lesson from none other than 3x Olympic Champion & USA Weightlifting Technical Director Pyrros Dimas!

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Erdogan travels to Russia to reset relations

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan meets his Russian counterpart in St Petersburg after months of diplomatic crisis

Russian President Vladimir Putin is hosting Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in their first meeting since Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet last November, sparking a deep diplomatic crisis.
Erdogan's visit to Putin's hometown of St Petersburg on Tuesday is also his first foreign trip since a failed coup attempt last month that sparked a purge of alleged coup supporters in the military, judiciary, civil service and education sector, and cast a shadow over Turkey's relations with the West.
"Your visit today, despite a very difficult situation regarding domestic politics, indicates that we all want to restart dialogue and restore relations between Russia and Turkey," Putin said as the two met.
Erdogan said that Turkey was entering a "very different period" in relations with Russia, and that solidarity between the two countries would help the resolution of regional problems.
Erdogan also thanked his Russian counterpart for a telephone call after the failed coup attempt on July 15, saying it "brought our people great happiness".
The shooting down of the Russian jet by a Turkish F-16 over the Syrian border last November saw a furious Putin slap economic sanctions on Turkey and launch a blistering war of words with Erdogan that seemed to irrevocably damage burgeoning ties.
"When the Turkish military shot down a Russian fighter jet that it said strayed from Syrian into Turkish airspace last November, Moscow's retaliation was swift," Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith, reporting from Istanbul, said.

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"Tourist charter flights to Turkey stopped, Russian visitor numbers fell by 87 percent. Turkey's exports to Russia, including food, fell by more than half to $730m in the first six months of this year."
But, in a reversal in late June, Putin accepted a personal expression of regret over the incident from Erdogan as an apology, immediately rolled back a ban on the sale of package holidays to Turkey and signalled Moscow would end measures against food imports and construction firms from the country.
Now, following the failed coup attempt, analysts say ties between the two could deepen - with Erdogan publicly making it clear he feels let down by the United States and the European Union.
"The Russian President was much quicker in his condemnation of the attempted coup than many of Turkey's Western allies and they've [the Western allies] also expressed alarm at the extent of the post-coup crackdown," said Al Jazeera's Smith. "Vladimir Putin hasn't got involved."
Syria is high on the agenda during President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Russia  [Ivan Sekretarev/Reuters]
Syria is expected to be high on the agenda during the visit. Moscow's military support for Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has been credited for helping to keep him in power.
Turkey, though, wants him gone.
"Currently Turkey cannot enter Syria, it cannot do anything in Syria because the Russian forces are there," Erhan Ersan, a Russian affairs specialist at Istanbul's Marmara University, told Al Jazeera.
"In order to solve that, they need to bring their positions closer to Russia. If you hear the messages coming from President Erdogan he's actually open to that. He wants to build a new framework of relations based on Syria with Russia as well."
The head of the opposition Syrian National Coalition welcomed the meeting.
Speaking at a press conference in Istanbul on Monday, Anas al-Abda said Erdogan’s visit could be a "positive step" for finding a solution to a ruinous war that has killed hundreds of thousands. 
“We consider the Turkish president as a key ally of the Syrian people," al-Abda told Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency. "He has a chance to propose ideas and initiatives to Russians and to explain them the current situation in Syria." 
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Source: Al Jazera

Sunday, August 7, 2016



Mother of Crying Baby at Rally Speaks Out, Defends Trump

The mother of the crying baby that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump joked about at an Ashburn, Virginia campaign rally on Tuesday has spoken out disputing the media and Clinton campaign’s smear job against Trump over the incident.

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“Trump just said he “doesn’t throw babies out” of his rallies…Let’s review the record.”
Devan Ebert first wrote an open letter to Trump on Facebook that went viral (the original appears to have been made private). Ebert then spoke to the Washington Post in an email interview that was published Saturday afternoon that largely tracked with the viral Facebook post.
Glenn Kessler, the ‘fact-checker’ for the Post who interviewed Ebert, gave Trump the ‘Geppetto Checkmark’ for being truthful when he said he did not throw the baby out of the rally.
The news media jumped ugly on Trump over his lighthearted remarks about the crying baby and made no effort to ascertain the facts of the situation. As Kessler points out, a Toronto Star reporter named Daniel Dale wrote about the incident that day and noted the woman stepped out on her own and returned to her seat later with the baby quieted by a pacifier.
…The baby was one row in front of me, three or four rows from the stage, at Trump’s event at a high school in Ashburn, Va. When it began to cry, Trump said, “Don’t worry about that baby, I love babies. I love babies. I hear that baby crying, I like it. I like it. What a baby, what a beautiful baby. Don’t worry, don’t worry. The mom’s running around — don’t worry about it.”
People applauded. One minute later, though, the baby began to cry again. This time, the mother quickly decided to take the baby out of the room. Trump, looking in our direction, appeared to notice that she was on her way to the exit.
And then he said, “Actually, I was only kidding. You can get the baby out of here. That’s all right. Don’t worry. I think she really believed me that I love having a baby crying while I’m speaking?” He cupped his hand over his eyes to watch her leave. “That’s OK, people don’t understand. That’s OK.”
A joke? Possibly. An insensitive, heartless, ordinary-person-embarrassing remark? Possibly. Trump’s tone is eternally hard to read. But, to my eyes, it certainly was not an ejection — it was an unusually barbed endorsement of the mother’s own decision to depart.
One other salient fact is missing from all the pieces on babygate. Mom and baby, very much not kicked out, came back to their seat a bit later.
The baby was sucking a pacifier, silent.”
That was published the day of the incident. The media piled on Trump as a cold, mean, woman-hating, baby-hating man. And the media wonders why Trump holds them in such contempt.
Ebert’s Facebook post in what appears to be the closest version to the original was found by ace Free Republic researcher MaggieF in a Facebook post on August 3 by Rik Bayse. (Paragraphs added.)
Please share… From lady at Trump rally when baby began to cry…
From Devan Cierra Ebert to Donald J Trump…
Hello, this message is for Donald J. Trump.
I was the mother in his rally on Tuesday, August 2nd, in Ashburn, VA, with the baby who started to cry. I would just like him to know personally that I, by no means felt I was ever “kicked out” of his rally. I excused myself and my child when he awoke from his nap and began to cry. It was only because I had to grab my child’s belongings and then make my way out of the aisle I was seated in that I wasn’t out of there sooner.
I realize Mr. Trump doesn’t know me personally, but for those that do, know that I am the first one to excuse myself and my child when he begins to cry because I personally believe it’s rude to disturb anyone else’s ability to hear what they came to see. I’ve left movies, violin recitals, and other events if I felt my child was disturbing others. It is the considerate thing to do.
I stood right outside the doors of the auditorium continuing to watch and listen to what Mr. Trump had to say. In fact, the police that were right outside in the same hallway with me, treated me with so much respect it was incredible. They were so kind and made me feel welcomed to stand with them. One officer commended me on my bravery to bring my child to Mr. Trump’s rally.
I fully support Mr. Trump. I thought he responded very graciously to my child crying and he made a lighthearted moment out of what I usually consider to be stressful. I actually was out of the auditorium before he even made his follow up comment about my child and even then, when I was informed of his comment, I laughed. I understand he says things jokingly, and I understand no one wants to speak over or struggle to listen over a crying baby.
I am in no way offended and I again reiterate, Mr. Trump NEVER kicked me or my child out of the Briar Woods High School, Trump rally. And for the record, while my child and I stood outside of the auditorium, my eleven year old stepdaughter and my Grandmother sat inside the auditorium and continued to support and listen to everything Mr. Trump had to say. We all were so excited to be able to see Mr. Trump so close to home. I didn’t have a babysitter to watch my kids and honestly, to me it was a historical moment that I am happy that my kids were there for.
I apologize for the trouble this has caused Mr.Trump. The media has severely blown this out of proportion and made it out to be something that it wasn’t and is clearly using this as political gain for the Democratic party. I hope this message sheds light to what really happened.
Thank you for your time. Best of luck! You have our vote. Trump 2016
Ebert’s comments to the Washington Post are similar to the Facebook statement.
Dale’s account is confirmed by the mother herself — Virginia resident Devan Ebert. (She spoke on the condition that we not report her town.)
“The media did in fact blow this entire situation out of proportion,” she wrote in an email. “I’m not looking to make it into anything bigger. All I’m hoping is that Trump personally is aware that I am in agreement with him and stand by the fact that I was never kicked out of the rally.”
She said that she decided to leave the auditorium on her own because “it’s the considerate thing to do for others around, trying to listen or for those presenting,” adding that “it was blatantly obvious he was joking.” She said she stood with the police officers outside the auditorium, who were very kind to her, and then returned to her seat once her child had calmed down.
“I had a wonderful time and I appreciate Trump’s graciousness during a time that is usually considered stressful,” she said. “His comic relief was a breath of fresh air.””
Probably the most hysterical smear of Trump was written by Julie Scharper and published by the Baltimore Sun the day after the ‘baby incident’ with the headline, “Trump banished the baby, humiliated the mother.”
I imagine this mother waited a long time to get into the Trump rally. She probably brought her baby because she hoped Mr. Trump would kiss her baby, pose for a photo. I’m sure she was horrified when the baby started crying, but hoped the usual tricks would calm him. I’m sure she didn’t want to leave and lose her place. I’m sure she took Mr. Trump at his word when he said, “Don’t worry.”
Instead, Mr. Trump humiliated this mother in front of the crowd. He belittled her for taking him at his word. “I think she really believed me,” he said. Strange words for someone who punctuates his speeches with, “Believe me.”
It’s a bully’s game, manipulative and mean. Lie and then taunt someone for trusting you. If Mr. Trump would sum up his campaign in a few words, perhaps they would be, “I think they really believed me.”
Will the media apologize to Trump?

It's Tirana Tony! Just weeks after the trauma of the Chilcot Inquiry Blair grins in the sun with Albania's PM as if he hasn't a care in the world

  • Tony Blair was photographed next to Albania's Prime Minister Edi Rama
  • It comes just weeks after he told of his regret over mistakes of the Iraq war
  • The pair are understood to have been in Dhermi, a village in the south 
Barely a month ago, he looked gaunt and emotional as he told of his regret at a London press conference over mistakes made after his decision to invade Iraq.
But last week, Tony Blair cut a very different figure. Wearing an open-necked shirt, designer sunglasses and statement gold cross necklace, he posed for a photo in a sun-drenched corner of southern Europe, looking as though the trauma of the Chilcot Inquiry was a long way behind him.

The former Prime Minister's trip – to Albania – came to light when the country's socialist premier Edi Rama posted the picture of the pair on Facebook. They are understood to have been in Dhermi, a village in the south, where Mr Rama was on holiday.
Tony Blair (right) was photographed sat next to the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama
Tony Blair (right) was photographed sat next to the Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama
But Mr Blair, 63, was spotted arriving in the area earlier last week in what is understood to be a military helicopter, landing – according to local reports – in a stadium in Himare, about 130 miles south of the capital Tirana.
Mr Blair has long-standing links to the country, having been named three years ago as an adviser to Mr Rama. His wife Cherie has also acted as a lawyer for the Albanian government. 
A spokeswoman for Mr Rama said Mr Blair had been making a 'short and private visit'. She added: 'Mr Blair has never been paid for anything from the Albanian government.'
Mr Blair's office said he was there for a short, private visit. 
But Mr Blair, 63, was spotted arriving in the area earlier last week in what is understood to be a military helicopter
But Mr Blair, 63, was spotted arriving in the area earlier last week in what is understood to be a military helicopter