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Trump impeachment stunt, Ukraine, Qatar
#21
Wilbur, Corona, Invesco, Facebook

Why oh why would President Donald push anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine as a cure for the far from fatal “novel” coronavirus?!? Some say it’s because Trump owns a stake in French pharma giant Sanofi, which manufacturers hydroxychloroquine!

Maybe more interesting is that Sanofi's largest shareholders include Fisher Asset Management, the investment company of major Trump donor Ken Fisher.

But then again Trump isn’t the most interesting crook in the Trump administration - that would be long-time Rothschild banker Donald’s Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, who once chaired Invesco (check for Invesco!).
Invesco owns a stake in both Sanofi and Mylan (that also produces hydroxychloroquine): https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/busine...18801.html


Wilbur’s Invesco was also a business partner of none other than Donald’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. In March 2017, it was reported that Kushner Companies, RFR Realty and LIVWRK are buying out their partner Invesco in Dumbo Heights in a $600 million deal.
In 2013, Kushner, RFR, LIVWRK and Invesco partnered in buying the former Jehovah’s Witnesses buildings for $375 million. Reportedly Invesco owned 90% of the equity stake at the time: https://therealdeal.com/2017/03/30/kushn...o-heights/


It looks like just about all of the good blogs get deleted by Wordpress.
Earlier this year, Dean Henderson’s hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com was (also) deleted…


I guess it’s possible that this had something to do with the less flattering information he posted on President Donald and his handler, British Crown agent Wilbur Ross.

In 2006, WL Ross & Co. became a subsidiary of Invesco, Ltd and Wilbur Ross was chosen as Invesco CEO.
Invesco was owned by the London-based Britannia Arrow, which also controlled Montagu Investment Management of prominent Zionist banker Samuel Montagu.
In 2007, Invesco moved its headquarters to Atlanta and began buying up investment funds including Morgan Stanley’s retail business, Van Kampen Investments, Guggenheim Investments, and Oppenheimer Funds.

In 2012, Invesco acquired NBNK and Wilbur became its Chairman. NBNK was founded in 2010 by City of London insiders including Lord Peter Levene. Levene chairs Starr Underwriting Agents Ltd. and sits on the boards of General Dynamics UK, China Construction Bank, Eurotunnel and Haymarket Media Group.
In 2012, NBNK vice-chair became Sir David Walker, former chairman at Reuters, Morgan Stanley and Barclays. Walker had previously been assistant UK Treasury Secretary, chair of the Securities & Investment Board and executive director for finance and industry at the Bank of England. Walker was deputy chairman at Lloyd’s Bank and in 1994 joined the Rockefeller Foundation-created Group of Thirty in Washington DC.

Walker was also on the Board at the UK IP Institute (the UK equivalent of the US Patent Office).
A fellow UK IP Institute board member was Sir Robin B. Nicholson who founded SERCO with Sir Geoffrey E. Pattie.

NBNK funnelled money from Goldman Sachs and the British nobility into the Facebook IPO, which went public in May 2012: http://web.archive.org/web/2020010319052...lbur-ross/


It was Brit-American Soviet born “Sir” Len Blavatnik’s Accel, former business partner of Skull & Bones member Steve Mnuchin, who won the most money in the Facebook IPO: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtop...5303#p5303


In November 2017, Ross confirmed in writing that he had divested everything he promised, but... he was lying.
Ross still held more than $10 million worth of stock in financial firm Invesco and call options in the Sun Bancorp bank, but only the next month Ross got rid of his interests in both. Invesco stock rose during this period: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtop...5984#p5984
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#22
Trump fans are really happy with the following news.

The Justice Department is dropping the criminal case against President Donald Trump's first resigned national security adviser, Michael Flynn.
Never mind that Flynn has pleaded guilty, after he lied to the FBI about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Kislyak, in which Flynn asked Russia not to retaliate against the U.S. for the sanctions.

Since Trump selected the crooked lawyer William Barr for Attorney General, Barr has been busy covering up for the corrupt Trump associates.
Barr appointed US Attorney Jeff Jensen of St. Louis to investigate cover-up Flynn’s case. Not surprisingly, Jensen formally recommended dropped the case against Flynn, which Barr happily did.

In February, Barr overruled prosecutors in the case of long-time Trump adviser Roger Stone for a more lenient sentence: http://archive.is/we3On


On 17 April 2020, it was reported that Michael Cohen was suddenly released from the prison in Otisville, NY for home confinement for the remainder of his sentence. Because Otisville has a reported 21 “confirmed” COVID-19 cases: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtop...=30#p59197
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#23
We all know that Bill Clinton was a terrible crook, who pardoned criminals.
President Donald doesn’t let it come that far as he has assigned William Barr as Attorney General to release Trump cronies, without Donald himself having to issue pardons!

After it was reported that Michael Cohen would be released from jail, the charges against Michael Flynn were dropped.
Michael Cohen has still not been released...

Now Paul Manafort has been released after he was sentenced to 7.5 years in prison in March 2019. He had been in prison since the summer of 2018, when the judge denied him bail.
Manafort was released over his supposed “high risk” for corona. Even though there are no “confirmed coronavirus” cases at FCI Loretto (where he was jailed). So while corona gets Trump cronies a get out jail free card, it has effectively locked the rest us of up in a form of “martial law”!

Paul Manafort is of course Donald Trump’s one-time presidential campaign chairman, who once hired the Podesta group to lobby on behalf of the Ukraine.
The criminal sentence of Manafort’s long-time deputy, Rick Gates, who would spend 45 days in jail, was also “suspended indefinitely”.

Trump’s long-time adviser Roger Stone has for some reason had his 40 month sentence on charges including lying to congress and witness tampering delayed for 30 days.

Even Michael Avenatti, who advised Clare Bronfman (who still hasn’t spent a single day in prison) and represented Stormy Daniels, was also released over the threat of COVID-19 exposure.

In March and April, Attorney General William Barr ordered the Bureau of Prisons to release eligible criminals (at risk for the non-fatal COVID-19).
It is not clear based on what criteria the Bureau of Prisons releases criminals from jail, but as far as I can tell white board criminals get preferential treatment: http://archive.is/1xGQd
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#24
Maybe you’ve heard about the supposed fight between “twitter president” Donald Trump and Twitter. Much to do about nothing, but it did lead to a new presidential Executive Order.

Our wonderful media have reported that it’s either about protecting free speech or censorship.
In the Executive Order this is described as follows:
Quote:Websites of any size should lose all Section 230 protections if they don’t follow their terms of service or provide sufficient notice when removing content
As the EO is aimed at “any website or application that allows users to create and share content or engage in social networking, or any general search engine”, it could be used against the small forums that go “too” far in allowing “free speech”, which is the opposite as what President Donald claims (protecting free speech).

First a draft EO was leaked, but the final Executive Order was substantially altered and includes the following troubling policy proposals:
Quote:The Attorney General should judge whether any websites receiving advertising money from the government are “problematic vehicles for government speech” because of “viewpoint discrimination”
The Federal Trade Commission should investigate websites for deceptive advertising based on their terms of service
This could very well be the main reason for this EO, as this gives Donald’s AG William Barr the authority to decide which websites will receive money from the government. This could be especially important in an election year!

It will take another 60 days before the Secretary of Commerce (Wilbur Ross) with Attorney General (Bill Barr) will ask the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to propose regulations. Congress can still veto this proposal and a court could also strike it down: https://www.theverge.com/2020/5/29/21273...lysis-bias


I’m more surprised that it took so long (in the third year of Donald’s presidency) than that this was done.
I’ve posted on the connections from the Trump/Kushner crime syndicate to steel barons that make less profit because of some silly environmental concerns before.

On 4 June, President Donald signed an Executive Order (EO) that allows federal agencies to ignore regulations from the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act on new large infrastructure projects.
At the same time, Donald’s Environmental Protection Agency is proposing a new rule that would circumvent the Clean Air Act so they can ignore public health in their cost-benefit analyses.

President Donald’s 4 June EO could be used to approve new pipelines, highways and mines.
President Donald is using an “emergency” declaration to help those “poor” owners of (amongst others) mines through the COVID-19 “pandemic”. Maybe this is another reason to keep the “pandemic” going for as long as Donald can...

Some argue that poor communities (including non-whites) will disproportionally become the victim of bypassing regulation like this. There are more stories on the environmental damage that this will cause than criticism of the Trump administration and their obvious conflict of interests.
Lauren Pagel of Earthworks Policy commented:
Quote:President Trump is exploiting a global pandemic to further marginalize voices calling for a more just and equitable society. Today's Executive Order is another example in far too long a list of how this Administration runs roughshod over our basic values: an attempt to deliberately silence people in decisions that immediately impact their lives.
https://www.npr.org/2020/06/04/870098279...-emergency
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#25
After Rick Perry became Donald’s Energy Secretary, he had to resign on 1 December 2019. This looks to be (again) about the Ukraine: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rick_Perry


Perry attended Volodymyr Zelenskiy's May 2019 inauguration as the new Ukraine president.
In a meeting during that trip, Perry handed president Zelenskiy a list of 4 people he recommended as energy advisers. One of the 4 names was his long-time backer Michael Bleyzer. Rick Perry told Zelenskiy that he was close to him…
The recommendation was made when Zelensky was trying to get $400 million in U.S. military aid.

A week later, Bleyzer and his partner Alex Cranberg offered $53 million to drill for oil and gas at the large government-controlled site Varvynska. The competing bidder, UkrGasVydobuvannya (UGV) offered more than $60 million.
But Bleyzer’s and Cranberg’s newly created joint venture, Ukrainian Energy, was awarded the lucrative 50-year contract anyway only a month after Perry had visited the Ukraine.

Bleyzer and Perry’s ties go back at least a decade. In 2009, as governor of Texas, Perry appointed Bleyzer to serve on a Texas state advisory board overseeing state funding to emerging technology ventures.
In 2010, Bleyzer donated $30,000 to Perry’s campaign for Texas governor.

In 2008, Bleyzer’s company hired Rudy Giuliani’s then Houston-based Bracewell & Giuliani, for assistance in acquiring cable holdings in 16 Ukrainian cities.
In 2008, Bleyzer also donated $2,300 to Giuliani’s presidential campaign.

In November 2018, before Zelenskiy, at an energy industry conference in Kyiv, Rick Perry spoke highly of Cranberg’s expertise.
Both Cranberg and Bleyzer were in the room, along with several American and Ukrainian energy industry officials.

Cranberg is a large Republican donor, who provided Perry the use of a corporate jet during his failed 2012 presidential bid. In 2011, Governor Perry appointed Cranberg to serve 6 years on the state university system’s board of regents.
Cranberg and his wife each donated $50,000 April 2019 to Trump Victory: https://apnews.com/6d8ae551fb884371a2a592ed85a74426
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#26
For some reason, Joe’s son Hunter Biden’s board membership on the Ukrainian Burisma is the Ukraine story that gets the most attention from our wonderful media.


Rick Perry on his May 2019 visit to the Ukraine for Zelensky’s inauguration was joined by a delegation that included Gordon Sondland, Kurt Volker and Sen. Ron Johnson.

Gordon Sondland testified that President Donald Trump conditioned his visit to Ukraine’s president on the condition that he would get something in return a “quid pro quo” (like a nice gas/oil deal?). Those terms were “no secret” in the Trump administration, people who knew included Rick Perry, Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney.

Sondland also assumes that $391 million in military aid to Ukraine was frozen, so that Trump would get something in return and then the “hold on military aid would be lifted” (The Art of the deal?): http://archive.is/TzdqZ
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#27
Rick Perry was instructed by President Donald to work with Rudy Giuliani on the Ukraine.

Perry negotiated with Ukrainian-American Michael Bleyzer to tell president Zelensky that “corruption” is the reason that U.S. investments and energy development in Ukraine are blocked.
Perry pressed Zelensky for reforms in Ukraine’s energy industry and that state-owned energy company Naftogaz was the primary source of corruption and should be broken up.

Perry denied the media reports, that he had tried to get Amos Hochstein, an Obama administration diplomat who had worked closely with Joe Biden, fired from the board of Naftogaz.
Perry did admit that he recommended “well-known energy experts who might be useful to” Naftogaz.

Naftogaz was also a target for 2 associates of Giuliani, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman: http://archive.is/vSJfo
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#28
As Governor of Texas, Rick Perry already showed his entanglement with corporate cronyism (what is pay to play?).
In one of those strange coincidences, Perry’s former campaign manager Jeff Miller is now a lobbyist for Alex Cranberg’s company and visited Perry’s Energy Department more than 10 times.

Governor Perry always treated his donors kindly.
By 2010, 20 of the 55 companies that received grants from Perry’s Texas Enterprise Fund had donated to his campaign or his Republican Governors Association. Those companies had donated (only) $2.2 million but received a windfall of $175 million in taxpayer money.
One $30 million grant even went to an energy group that never existed.

In 2011, Texas billionaire Harold Simmons, who had donated $1.2 million to Perry, got his radioactive waste dump approved, even though some staffers strongly objected.

Of the almost 4,000 appointees by Governor Perry, more than a quarter were political donors. From 2001 to 2010, those 921 appointees (some got multiple jobs) gave Perry more than $17 million, about 20% of the total Perry’s campaigns raised since 2001: https://www.texasobserver.org/rick-perry...o-ukraine/
(http://archive.is/oD8px)
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#29
Is it strange that Rick Perry was both in business with energy and with big pharma corporations?
Or is this not more than logical as the same elite that control energy control health care?!?

In February 2007, Rick Perry (as Governor of Texas) issued an executive order mandating that Texas girls get poisoned with the HPV vaccine starting in September 2008, even though there isn’t a shred of evidence that the human papilloma virus causes cervical cancer (or any other form of cancer), let alone evidence that HPV vaccines prevent cancer…
In May 2007, the Texas Legislature passed a bill undoing the order.

Some opponents were quick to point out that Rick Perry has strong ties to pharmaceutical giant, vaccine pusher Merck & Co. – producer of the best known HPV vaccine Gardasil.
The Merck PAC donated $28,500 to Perry from 2001 to 2007.

Possibly an even more interesting tie to Merck is that Perry’s former chief of staff, Mike Toomey, was a lobbyist for Merck when Perry signed the Gardasil executive order in 2007. Toomey is also a co-founder of the pro-Perry super PAC Make Us Great Again, which can solicit unlimited funds: http://archive.is/zHjC


Perry’s (new) Chief of staff Deirdre Delisi met Mike Toomey at least 3 times in the 6 months before Rick Perry signed the Gardasil Executive Order.
Delisi even met with Merck lobbyists the same day Merck donated $5,000 to Perry and another $5,000 total to 8 state representatives.

Merck mainly used Women in Government to funnel money to corrupt politicians (also to sponsor legislation in other states that would make Gardasil mandatory for schoolgirls).
In one of those strange coincidences, Deirdre Delisi's mother-in-law, Dianne White Delisi was a state representative in 2007: https://web.archive.org/web/201107161338...perry.html


I’ve earlier posted on the horrors of HPV vaccines (including causing cervical cancer and infertility in women) here: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtop...1121#p4373
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
#30
(06-10-2020, 04:16 PM)Firestarter Wrote: First a draft EO was leaked, but the final Executive Order was substantially altered and includes the following troubling policy proposals:
Quote:The Attorney General should judge whether any websites receiving advertising money from the government are “problematic vehicles for government speech” because of “viewpoint discrimination”
The Federal Trade Commission should investigate websites for deceptive advertising based on their terms of service
This could very well be the main reason for this EO, as this gives Donald’s AG William Barr the authority to decide which websites will receive money from the government. This could be especially important in an election year!
This appears to be THE main part of the bill (new legislation to be entered into Section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934)...
Quote: ‘’(3) GOOD FAITH.—For the purposes of this subsection, a provider of an interactive computer service—
‘‘(A) acts in good faith if the provider acts with an honest belief and purpose, observes fair dealing standards, and acts without fraudulent intent; and

‘‘(B) does not act in good faith if the provider takes an action that includes—
‘‘(i) the intentionally selective enforcement of the terms of service of the interactive computer service, including the intentionally selective enforcement of policies of the provider relating to restricting access to or availability of material;
‘‘(ii) enforcing the terms of service of the interactive computer service, including enforcing policies of the provider to restrict access to or availability of material, against a user by employing an algorithm that selectively enforces those terms, if the provider knows, or acts in reckless disregard of the fact, that the algorithm selectively enforces those terms;

‘‘(iii) the intentional failure to honor a public or private promise made by, or on behalf of, the provider; or
‘‘(iv) any other intentional action taken by the provider without an honest belief and purpose, without observing fair dealing standards, or with fraudulent intent.’’;
https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_a...ns_Act.pdf

So now the crooked courts can decide when Donald Trump is “selectively” insulted…


On Friday, Attorney General Bill Barr unexpectedly announced that Geoffrey S. Berman, US attorney for the Southern District of New York was stepping down to be replaced by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton.
After Geoffrey Berman publicly refused to step down, today Barr sent him a letter that he was fired by President Donald because you have “chosen public spectacle over public service.
Because you have declared that you have no intention of resigning, I have asked the President to remove you as of today, and he has done so.

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After this letter, Berman stepped down...
Donald Trump has denied that he was involved in firing Berman.

Berman, who contributed to Donald´s election campaign, has worked for the same law firm as Rudy Giuliani before being appointed by then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions in January 2018, months after U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara was fired.

Geoffrey Berman appears to have been fired for investigating Trump cronies a little too serious...
Berman has prosecuted or brought charges against: 1) Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen; 2) Rudy Giuliani associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman. Berman also investigated Giuliani himself.
Berman's office also brought charges against Michael Avenatti, the lawyer who is best known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels but has also advised the notorious Clare Bronfman.

It was also Geoffrey Berman, who charged Trump’s paedophile buddy Jeffrey Epstein, who was then arrested and died in prison of a supposed suicide under the responsibility of AG William Barr.
Maybe the most damaging is that Berman continued the investigation after Epstein was suicide and declared that Epstein’s close friend Prince Andrew had “provided zero co-operation” in his investigation (despite promising to do so). His office even formally requested that the US Department of Justice would ask the British Home Office so Randy Andy could be questioned as a witness: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article...erman.html


For more on Jeffrey Epstein and Bronfman: https://forums.richieallen.co.uk/showthr...p?tid=1369
Donald Trump is very cozy with the Rothschild crime syndicate: www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1038&start=40#p4587
  
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