Friday, July 05, 2019

Bowdlerizing Browder

"‘Canada Adopts America First Foreign Policy,’ US State Dept boasted in 2017, with appointment of FM Chrystia Freeland" (Norton).  Back in the days long past when Canada could make a plausible claim to being a slightly moral country, this kind of memo would have created a political scandal in Canada.  Note that the Nazi is a life-long Rothschild employee/propagandist.

Despite the silly virtue signalling and identity politics, the woke can clearly see that Trudeau and his cabinet are basically the Ku Klux Klan:  "Does Justin Trudeau hate Palestinians?" (Engler).

The Nazi and the Hunt: Tweet (Kim Dotcom) ("Here's why people can't stop calling Jeremy Hunt the C-word"):
"This is like a child rapist hosting a conference against pedophilia 🤯 If you’re serious about “protecting journalists so they can hold people in power to account” then you must release Julian Assange who has done exactly that. "
"Leftists Claim “Great Replacement” Is A “Conspiracy Theory” …Unless They’re Bragging About It" (Kirkpatrick).

Tweet (David Sheen):
"Like Benjamin Netanyahu — with whom he shares his #1 funder, the Falic Family — anti-miscegenation agitator and street gang leader Bentzi Gopstein has a long rap sheet that state prosecutors constantly claim they'll imminently indict him over, but never do"
I assume this is medium-term planning, requiring the Jews to have been previously pushed into the sea (otherwise they will just blow the rail line up): "Iran to Reach the Mediterranean Through the Proposed Iran-Iraq-Syria Railway Corridor" (Souri).

'Our national history'!:  "Why are there so many Zionist Jews on Trump’s Middle East team?" (Weiss).  Shekels and blackmail.

"Maybe, When It Comes to anti-Semitism, No 'Different Germany' Exists?" (Blatman). Good, but he backs away from the truth abyss of Zionist responsibility for the Holocaust.

Tweet (Matt Kennard) (everybody is suffering under the JQ):
"Owen Jones says Chris Williamson "causes relentless immense damage to the left" and should be expelled. When Corbyn was under concerted attack before 2017 election, this is what OJ and CW were saying. Is it any surprise the grassroots are behind CW as he endures smear campaign?"
"Trump is finished with the Afghan war" (Bhadrakumar):
"The Americans know that Iran can escalate in Afghanistan anytime it wishes. Afghanistan falls within the domain of the elite Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, commanded by the legendary general Qassem Soleimani who was the bête noire of the US and Israel in Iraq and Syria. Of course, if Soleimani creates a hopeless situation like in Vietnam (which forced the US into a humiliating retreat from the rooftop of the American embassy in Saigon), that will be highly damaging for Trump politically in the midst of his campaign for the 2020 election. And that is precisely why Trump is impatient to cut loose and get out from Afghanistan without even waiting for the implementation of any peace agreement with Taliban."
Various outright lies in the Mueller Report, intended to mischaracterize the Trump Tower Meeting, while de(((browder)))izing it to hide the actions of (((Browder))) and the (((Ziff brothers))):  "Mueller Report Gets the Trump Tower Meeting Wrong; Promotes Browder Hoax" (Komisar) (my emphasis in red - note that the (((Goldstone))) lies to entice the Trump campaign to the meeting are still one of the clearest examples of manipulation to create Russiagate, and stem from (((Browder)))'s extreme hatred of Russia, but the kicker is that Veselnitskaya didn't discuss the 'Hillary thing', but rather the (((Browder-Ziff))) breaching of American laws, all of which makes perfect sense if her goal was to remove the Magnitsky Act by pointing out that (((Browder))) is a crook):
". . . the report itself lies about the issue the meeting addressed.

It wasn’t to provide dirt on Hillary Clinton, which the Russian lawyer did not have and never produced. That was a ploy by Robert Goldstone, a British music publicist whose job is to get what his clients want, in this case, a meeting. So, recklessly, he invented the idea of Clinton dirt as a bait-and-switch to get Trump’s people to come to it. He got the lawyer the meeting for her to lobby a potentially incoming administration against the Magnitsky Act, which is why she was in the United States in the first place.

The Magnitsky Act is a 2012 U.S. law that was promoted by William Browder, an American-born British citizen and hedge fund investor, who claimed his “lawyer” Sergei Magnitsky had been imprisoned and murdered because he uncovered a scheme by Russian officials to steal $230 million from the Russian Treasury. It sanctioned Russians he said were involved or benefitted from Magnitsky’s death. It has since been used by the U.S. to put sanctions on other Russians and nationals from other countries.

The lawyer lobbying against the act, Natalia Veselnitskaya, told Trump Jr., Kushner and Manafort that Browder’s story was fake, a smokescreen to block the Russians from going after him for multi-millions in tax evasion. She argued the Magnitsky Act was built on this fraud. Manafort’s notes, included in the Mueller Report, trace what she said.

The Trump people did nothing illegal to meet with her. Their problem was the exaggerating communications Goldstone sent them about Veselnitskaya having “dirt” on Clinton. (While U.S. election laws says it’s illegal for a campaign to receive “a thing of value” from a foreign source, it’s never been established by a court that opposition research fits that description, the Mueller Report admits.) Veselnitskaya testified to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee in November 2017 that Browder’s major American client, the Ziff brothers, had cheated on American and Russian taxes and contributed the “dirty money” to the Democrats.
The Mueller investigators appear not to have looked into her charges. The report promotes Browder’s fabrications, citing “the Magnitsky Act, which imposed financial sanctions and travel restrictions on Russian officials and which was named for a Russian tax specialist who exposed a fraud and later died in a Russian prison.”

But instead of his “lawyer” Magnitsky exposing Russian fraud, for which he was jailed and killed in prison, Magnitsky was actually Browder’s accountant who was detained under investigation for his part in Browder’s tax evasion and died of natural causes in prison, as Magnitsky’s own mother admits to filmmaker Andrei Nekrasov in the film “The Magnitsky Act: Behind the Scenes.”

Mueller’s investigators might have started with documents filed in U.S. federal court in the case of Veselnitskaya’s client, Prevezon, a Russian holding company that settled a civil-forfeiture claim by the U.S. government that linked it, without proof, to the tax fraud.

The documents include a deposition where Browder admits that the alleged “lawyer” Magnitsky did not go to law school nor have a law degree. Magnitsky’s own testimony file identifies him as an “auditor.”

Why does that matter? Because it was Browder’s red herring. Magnitsky had worked as Browder’s accountant since 1997, fiddling on Browder’s taxes on profits from sales of shares held by Russian shell companies run by his Hermitage Fund. He was not an attorney hired in 2007 to investigate and then expose a tax fraud against the Russian Treasury.

That fraud was exposed by Rimma Starova, the Russian nominee director of a British Virgin Islands shell company that held Hermitage’s reregistered companies and who gave testimony to Russian police on April 9 and July 10, 2008. It was reported by The New York Times and  Vedomosti on July 24, 2008, months before Magnitsky mentioned it in an Oct. 7 interrogation.

The Mueller Report says Veselnitskaya promised dirt on Hillary Clinton as “part of Russia and its government support for Trump.”  Two days before the meeting, Goldstone emailed Trump Jr. and said “the Russian government attorney” was flying in from Moscow. She had not been a government attorney since 2001, 15 years earlier.

I interviewed Veselnitskaya in New York in November 2016. She explained what she later told the Trump group, that Browder’s clients the Ziff Brothers had invested in Russian shares in a way that routed the money through loans so that they could evade U.S. taxes. [“Not invest – loans” in Manafort’s notes.]

The report says, “Natalia Veselnitskaya had previously worked for the Russian government and maintained a relationship with that government throughout this period of time.” Later it says that from 1998 to 2001, she had worked as a prosecutor for the “Central Administrative District” of the Russian Prosecutor’s office. “And continued to perform government-related work and maintain ties to the Russian government following her departure.” We are meant to presume, with no evidence, as the media does – that means “a Kremlin-connected lawyer.”

When Trump Jr asked for evidence, how the payments could be tied to the Clinton campaign, she said she couldn’t trace them, according to the Mueller Report.

Then she turned to the Magnitsky Act. The report repeats earlier fakery: “She lobbied and testified about the Magnitsky Act, which imposed financial sanctions and travel restrictions on Russian officials and which was named for a Russian tax specialist who exposed a fraud and later died in a Russian prison.” Magnitsky did not expose a fraud. Rimma Starova did.

A footnote in the report said: “Browder hired Magnitsky to investigate tax fraud by Russian officials, and Magnitsky was charged with helping Browder embezzle money.” Browder did not hire Magnitsky to investigate the fraud. Magnitsky had been the accountant in charge of Hermitage since 1997, 10 years before the fraud.  Embezzlement refers to Browder shifting assets out of Russia without paying taxes.

But the investigation’s focus was not on Browder’s fakery — the substance of the Trump Tower meeting — but on the communications organizing the event. The section on obstruction says Trump became aware of “emails setting up the June 9, 2016 meeting between senior campaign officials and Russians who offered derogatory information on Hillary Clinton as ‘part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.’”
That would have been inflated Goldstone’s promises.
The report says “at the meeting the Russian attorney claimed that funds derived from illegal activities in Russia were provided to Hillary Clinton and other Democrats.” Trump Jr. told a White House press officer that “they started with some Hillary thing, which was bs and some other nonsense, which we shot down fast.”
As Veselnitskaya told me, she knew the Ziffs made contributions to Democrats. She probably started with that. Manafort’s notes don’t report a “Hillary thing,” but are about Browder and the Ziffs.
On the issue of Browder, the Magnitsky story and the essence of the Trump Tower meeting, the Mueller Report is a deception intended to keep the myth of collusion in the air while dismissing that any collusion took place."
More Mueller deception: "Russian oligarch's story could spell trouble for Team Mueller" (Solomon):
"In a wide-ranging interview with me, Deripaska confirmed a story told to me more than a year ago by law enforcement sources: He was indeed interviewed by FBI agents in September 2016 during the early Russia probe, and he told them he strongly doubted the bureau’s theory that the Trump campaign, through Manafort, was colluding with Moscow to hijack the 2016 election.
“I told them straightforward, ‘Look, I am not a friend with him [Manafort]. Apparently not, because I started a court case [against him] six or nine months before … . But since I’m Russian I would be very surprised that anyone from Russia would try to approach him for any reason, and wouldn’t come and ask me my opinion,' ” he said, recounting exactly what he says he told the FBI agents that day.
“I told them straightforward, I just don’t believe that he would represent any Russian interest. And knowing what he’s doing on Ukraine for the last, what, seven or eight years.”
OK, so why should you care if a Russian denied Trump campaign collusion with Russia during the election?
First, Deripaska wasn’t just any Russian. He was closely aligned with Putin and had been helpful to the FBI as far back as 2009. So he had earned some trust with the agents.
Most importantly, Deripaska’s interview with the FBI reportedly was never provided by Team Mueller to Manafort’s lawyers, even though it was potential proof of innocence, according to Manafort defense lawyer Kevin Downing. Manafort, initially investigated for collusion, was convicted on tax and lobbying violations unrelated to the Russia case.
That omission opens a possible door for appeal for what is known as a Brady violation, for hiding exculpatory information from a defendant."
Tweets by Abby Martin on the Democrat candidates dancing for shekels.  Even Gabbard is an embarrassment.

"How the Third Temple Movement in Israel Rebranded Theocracy as “Civil Rights”" (Webb).  It should be no surprise, in a world of crooked organizations like HRW, Amnesty and Avaaz, that the Zionists have found yet another way to weaponize 'human rights', up to making it a Khazar human right to kill people and steal their land to build a temple to a religion that isn't even theirs, in a place that isn't even the historically correct place.  As usual, the Khazars have hidden this background very well, including hiding the fact that the 'extremists' are actually very mainstream, and supported at the highest levels in Israel.

"Daughter of Jewish Whoremaster Accuses Ann Widdecombe of “White Privilege” for Using Slave Metaphor" (Frei). Gets better the further you read.  (((White slavers))) are self-appointed experts on the fine nuances of farm animals discussing slavery.

"Missing Manic Street Preachers rock star Richey Edwards still alive, new book proposes" (Satherley).
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