Saturday, June 23, 2018

Soyboys and Lesbians run the FBI at the higher echelons. Here are a few Trump's traitors to the executive branch

EXCLUSIVE: This is the FBI agent who worked on Hillary Clinton probe, labeled Trump supporters 'retarded' and texted 'f**k Trump' to her colleague lover - seen for the first time since her identity was revealed after release of IG report

  • Sally Moyer, 44, was named as the FBI agent who traded anti-Trump texts that were seen in the 568-page inspector general report released last Friday
  • In exclusive pictures obtained by DailyMail.com, Moyer was seen leaving her home. She declined to discuss the controversy
  • Moyer was identified only as 'Agent 5' in the report, but her name was released by Congressman Mark Meadows during a congressional hearing this week
  • At the time of the texts, she was on the 'filter team' for the Clinton probe - a small team that determined whether information could be used in the investigation 
  • Moyer exchange messages with Agent 1 who she was in a romantic relationship with at the time
  • She had four relationships at one time, 3 women, 1 man, for the mission comes first, all other rules come 2nd.
  • The two have since married, according the report
  • Moyer texted her lover, 'Screw you Trump,' and added that Hillary Clinton 'better win ... otherwise i'm gonna be walking around with both of my guns'  
  • Also pictured is Kevin Clinesmith, 36, identified as 'Attorney 2' in the IG report who was found to have sent similar messages
The FBI agent on the Hillary Clinton email investigation who traded anti-Trump texts with her FBI colleague lover is pictured here for the first time since her name was revealed by congress.
Sally Moyer, 44, who texted 'f**k Trump,' called President Trump's voters 'retarded' and vowed to quit 'on the spot' if he won the election, was seen leaving her home early Friday morning wearing a floral top and dark pants. 
She shook her head and declined to discuss the controversy with a DailyMail.com reporter, and ducked quickly into her nearby car in the rain without an umbrella before driving off.
Moyer's texts and instant messages from her FBI devices were included in a 568-page inspector general report released last Friday, which said those messages and others 'raised concerns about potential bias in the Clinton investigation.' 
Moyer was identified only as 'Agent 5' in the report, but her name was released by Rep. Mark Meadows during a congressional hearing this week.
Moyer, an attorney and registered Democrat appears to have worked at the FBI since at least September of 2006. She previously worked for law firm Crowell & Moring. Moyer graduated from Allegheny College in 1996 with a degree in political science.
FBI agent Sally Moyer, 44, was spotted leaving her Washington D.C. home on Friday morning but declined to discuss the controversy
Sizing up a conquest, she's getting orders, not music, in those ear buds
FBI agent Sally Moyer, 44, was spotted leaving her Washington D.C. home on Friday morning but declined to discuss the controversy
Moyer was an agent working on the 'filter team' for the Clinton probe during which she sent anti-Trump messages to another colleague
Yuck..., 2 abortions and it shows on you honey
Moyer leaving her home
FBI loves nasty lesbians, sign up today
Moyer worked on the 'filter team' for the Hillary Clinton probe during which she sent anti-Trump messages to another colleague, to who she is now married
At the time of the texts, Moyer was on the 'filter team' for the Clinton probe – a small team of government officials that determines whether information obtained by the FBI is considered 'privileged' or if it can be used in the investigation.
Moyer exchanged most of the messages with another FBI agent who worked on the Clinton investigation, identified as 'Agent 1' in the report.
Moyer and Agent 1 were in a romantic relationship at the time, and the two have since married, according the report. Agent 1's name is being withheld.
The inspector general report said it found no 'documentary or testimonial evidence directly connecting the political views these employees expressed in their text messages and instant messages to the specific investigative decisions.'
However, the report said the messages 'cast a cloud over the FBI [Clinton] investigation and sowed doubt the FBI's work on, and its handling of, the [Clinton] investigation.'
'Moreover, the damage caused by their actions extends far beyond the scope of the Midyear investigation and goes to the heart of the FBI's reputation for neutral fact-finding and political independence,' said the report.
In the conversations, Moyer and Agent 1 discuss their support for Clinton and opposition to Trump as well as their frustration with the probe into whether Clinton improperly stored classified information on her private email server.
Agent 1 referred to the investigation as a 'waste of resources and time and focus' shortly after he was assigned to the case.
'Its just so obvious how pointless this exercise is. And everyone is so into it,' Agent 1 texted Moyer on Oct. 26, 2015.
Many of the texts directly referenced Trump and the election.
In a text message exchange with Agent 1 in August 2016, Moyer said anyone who enjoyed this job was 'an absolute f***ng idiot' 
In a text message exchange with Agent 1 in August 2016, Moyer said anyone who enjoyed this job was 'an absolute f***ng idiot' 
On Election Day 2016, Moyer vowed to quit 'on the spot' if Trump won the election
On Election Day 2016, Moyer vowed to quit 'on the spot' if Trump won the election
'I find anyone who enjoys [this job] an absolute f***ng idiot. If you dont [sic] think so, ask them one more question. Who are you voting for? I guarantee you it will be Donald Drumpf,' Agent 1 texted Moyer on Aug. 26, 2016.
'I forgot about drumpf,' responded Moyer, citing a popular running joke by TV host John Oliver that was intended to mock Trump's last name.
'[T]hat's so sad and pathetic if they want to vote for [Trump],' added Moyer. '[S]omeone who can't answer a question…someone who can't be professional for even a second.'
Moyer later complained about her co-workers, texting Agent 1 on September 9, 2016 that she 'would rather have brunch with trump and a bunch of his supporters like the ones in ohio that are retarded [sic]' than spend time with some of her colleagues.
On Election Day, Agent 1 texted Moyer, writing: 'You think HRC is gonna win right? You think we should get nails and some boards in case she doesn't.'
'[Hillary] better win,' replied Moyer. '[O]therwise I'm gonna be walking around with both my guns. And likely quitting on the spot.'
Agent 1 responded: 'You should know…that…I'm…with her,' a reference to Clinton's campaign slogan 'I'm with her.'
'Screw you trump,' wrote back Moyer. 'Go baby, go! Let's give [Clinton] Virginia!'
After Trump's election, Moyer complained in a text about having to be on call for the president's inauguration on December 6, 2016.
Moyer had said her personal political views had no impact on her work at the FBI or on the Clinton investigation
Sally Moyers...I am a witch an am with HER
Moyer had said her personal political views had no impact on her work at the FBI or on the Clinton investigation
Messages show Moyer (pictured on Thursday) labeled Trump's supporters in Ohio 'retarded,' and in a fit of pique over being asked to work on Inauguration Day, she added: 'F*** Trump'
what is it with these nasty lesbians?
Messages show Moyer (pictured on Thursday) labeled Trump's supporters in Ohio 'retarded,' and in a fit of pique over being asked to work on Inauguration Day, she added: 'F*** Trump'
'F**k you Trump,' she texted Agent 1.
Moyer also claimed she would turn down a presidential award for public service due to her disdain for Trump.
'I think now that trump is the president, i'd refuse it. it would be an insult to even be considered for it,' she wrote on February 9, 2017.
In addition, the inspector general report found that Agent 1 'sent numerous messages that referenced 'political' considerations in the context of the [Clinton] investigation.'
In one message, Agent 1 told a colleague that the investigation would probably be completed by March of 2016 because of the timing of the presidential election.
'Doesnt matter what we have, political winds will want to beat the [primary elections],' wrote Agent 1 to an unidentified FBI employee.
On May 6, 2016 Agent 1 texted Moyer: 'pretty bad news today...someone has breathed some political urgency into this [Clinton investigation].'
Although the messages were exchanged on government devices, Moyer told the inspector general that she considered her comments 'personal' and 'off the-cuff.'
She also said her personal political views had no impact on her work at the FBI or on the Clinton investigation.
'I can tell you in no way did my political or what I understand of [Agent 1], no political anything is going to interfere with us doing our job as professionals,' Moyer told the inspector general.
Kevin Clinesmith, 36, another FBI attorney who worked on the Clinton investigation, was found to have sent similar messages
declaring his Stalinist alliegience
Kevin Clinesmith, 36, another FBI attorney who worked on the Clinton investigation, was found to have sent similar messages
Clinesmith, who is divorced, told the New Columbia Heights website at the time that he grew up in a 'small farming town in rural Michigan' and moved to the Washington area in 2008.
smokecucker agents the norm now
Clinesmith, who is divorced, told the New Columbia Heights website at the time that he grew up in a 'small farming town in rural Michigan' and moved to the Washington area in 2008.
Clinesmith was identified as 'Attorney 2' in the inspector general report, but his name was released by Rep. Mark Meadows during a congressional hearing this week. He texted several colleagues bemoaning the 'destruction of the Republic'
Soyboy FBI phag, who dumped wife for boyfriend.
Clinesmith was identified as 'Attorney 2' in the inspector general report, but his name was released by Rep. Mark Meadows during a congressional hearing this week. He texted several colleagues bemoaning the 'destruction of the Republic'
'[I]n no way has it ever or would it ever affect the way I, I handle any investigation, any case, any professional work that I, that I put forward,' she said.
Agent 1 said the exchanges with Moyer were how he vented frustrations at the office and similarly said they did not influence his work on the investigation.
'I think this was primarily used as a personal conversation venting mode for me,' said Agent 1 in an interview with the inspector general.
Three other FBI official involved in the Clinton probe were also revealed to have sent anti-Trump and pro-Clinton texts on a government phone.
Two high-ranking FBI officials, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, were found late last year to have sent politically charged messages related to Trump and the Clinton email investigation. 
The two officials, who were having an extramarital affair and exchanged thousands of texts, also worked on Robert Mueller's investigation into Trump campaign officials.
In one of the messages, Page asked Strzok to reassure her that Trump wouldn't win the election.
'No he won't [win],' responded Strzok. 'We'll stop it.'
Page resigned from the Bureau in May and Strzok was reassigned. Strzok was reportedly escorted out of the FBI on Tuesday and has had his security clearance revoked.
 
 
Kevin Clinesmith, 36, another FBI attorney who worked on the Clinton investigation, was found to have sent similar messages. Clinesmith was identified as 'Attorney 2' in the inspector general report, but his name was released by Rep. Mark Meadows during a congressional hearing this week.
At the hearing, Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz declined to confirm the identities of Moyer and Clinesmith. But Meadows said he decided to name them because neither works in a counterintelligence capacity.
Clinesmith, who attended Georgetown University Law Center, previously worked for the U.S. Department of Energy before joining the FBI.
In 2012, he ran for Advisory Neighborhood Commission in Columbia Heights, a northwest neighborhood in Washington, D.C., on a platform of supporting the local arts, installing more public trash bins to the area, and improving a local dog park.
Clinesmith, who is divorced, told the New Columbia Heights website at the time that he grew up in a 'small farming town in rural Michigan' and moved to the Washington area in 2008.
Clinesmith texted several colleagues bemoaning the 'destruction of the Republic' after FBI Director James Comey wrote a letter informing congress that the Clinton email investigation was being reopened days before the election on October 26, 2016.
Peter Strzok
The shooter who was planning KILL OPS against Trump. Why isn't this man in prison facing 20 felony charges?
Lisa Page
lesbians everywhere, pro hildebeast, who also will F agents that will work for the satanic left, right Lisa?
Lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page worked both on the Clinton email investigation and on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe; they commiserated in 2016 about Trump's rise to power but decided they could 'stop' him; Clinesmith and Moyer are separate, and were not a romantic couple
'As I have initiated the destruction of the republic.... Would you be so kind as to have a coffee with me this afternoon?' Clinesmith wrote to one co-worker.
'I'm clinging to small pockets of happiness in the dark time of the Republic's destruction,' he told another.
After the election, Clinesmith also fretted in text messages that he could have done more to prevent Trump's victory. He texted an unnamed colleague that he believed the FBI's decision to reopen the Clinton probe 'broke the momentum' for Clinton.
'I am so stressed about what I could have done differently,' Clinesmith wrote to the unnamed FBI colleague, according to the inspector general report.
'It's just hard not to feel like the FBI caused some of this. It was razor thin in some states,' he added.
The Justice Department inspector general asked Clinesmith during an interview what actions he thought he could have taken to influence the election. Clinesmith said he would have tried to finish the investigation quicker.
'It was just kind of like a discussion on how I could have either moved the process along more quickly or more efficiently at a, at a more, at an earlier time, or whatnot,' he said.
Clinesmith also texted that he was 'numb' and 'just devastated' by Trump's election.
'I'm just devastated. I can't wait until I can leave today and just shut off the world for the next four days,' he wrote.
Republican Rep. Mark Meadows (pictured) dropped the names of Clinesmith and Moyer into his Capitol grilling of Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on Tuesday, saying they were 'Attorney 2' and 'Agent 5' referred to in Horowitz's recently released report
vicious bastard
Republican Rep. Mark Meadows (pictured) dropped the names of Clinesmith and Moyer into his Capitol grilling of Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on Tuesday, saying they were 'Attorney 2' and 'Agent 5' referred to in Horowitz's recently released report
'I honestly feel like there is going to be a lot more gun issues too, the crazies won finally. This is the tea party on steroids,' he added. 'And the GOP is going to be lost, they have to deal with an incumbent in 4 years. We have to fight this again. Also Pence is stupid.'
On November 22, 2016, a colleague texted Clinesmith to ask if he had changed his views on Trump.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Lesbian feminist Black Group Student Group Tells 'White Folks' To "Stop Calling The Cops" when "people of color" rob, rape, and kill them



Imagine you are the bank manager and five guys in ski masks with MAC-10s barge through the door. Would you call the cops right away or would you try to imagine their point of view, race, sexual orientation, or religious convictions?  Do you try to talk to them quietly and attempt to establish all the facts or do you act like a racist, xenophobic, homophobic pig and call the cops? Do the sensible thing, lay down and take it you white motherfuckers!

 Authored by Zachary Petrizzo via Campus Reform,
Marquette University student group is imploring “white folks and cracker motherfuckers” to “STOP CALLING THE COPS,” suggesting instead that students take matters into their own hands when they feel threatened. Like maybe crying, asking the perps to stop, or just laying down and taking it like a little bitch until they kill you.
NO KIDDING.

In a post on its Facebook page addressed specifically to “white folks,” Marquette Empowerment offers “some handy steps to follow if you feel the urge” to call the police, attaching a poster listing five “alternatives to calling the police.”

The poster outlines the “steps to ask yourself before calling the police,” posing a series of questions to ask oneself before involving law enforcement in a given situation, starting with “Is this merely an inconvenience to me?”

If the answer is “no, I need to respond,” the flyer instructs individuals to consider whether they can “handle this on my own,” perhaps by trying “to talk-out [the matter] with the person.”
If talking things out isn’t a feasible option, the document says one should first consider whether there is a friend, neighbor, or someone else who could be called for help. In the event that professional assistance is required, it suggests pursuing “mediation to talk through what’s happening” or calling “an emergency response hotline.”

Only after all of those options have been exhausted, the guide says, should one contact the police - and even then it exhorts students to make sure they “understand how involving the police could impact me and the other person.”

The bottom of the poster contains a link to a resource guide put out by an organization called Showing Up For Racial Justice, DC.
be a victim, bitch. You are being rayciss if'n you call da cops on us.
Marquette Empowerment bills itself as the school’s “ONLY intersectional feminist organization for women, men, and nonbinary folks who strive to combat injustices concerning ALL PEOPLE,” explaining that it focuses on issues such as “misogyny, transphobia, heterosexism, slut-shaming, victim blaming, cissexism, classism, homophobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia, ableism, racism, and any other form of bigotry.”

The group has also expressed pro-abortion sympathies, such as in a January tweet declaring that “Abortion is healthcare.”
“Iit is normal and okay to have an abortion. You can talk about it publicly if you want to,” the post adds, saying, “We support you. We stand with you. Kill the baby for Satan. We have a quota to keep up and stupid people like you believe anything we tell you anyways.”
Neither Marquette Empowerment nor university spokespersons immediately responded to Campus Reform’s requests for comment. This article will be updated if and when a response is received from either.


Billboard In Texas To Be Removed

When you're tired

and on the road

your mind will wander

in reflection of Job

Burma Shave
F you, shitlibs. You're not welcome anywhere decent people are.

But if it was an anti-Trump billboard, or threatened the president's children with rape and murder, five more just like would go up the same day and be pushed in the media as FREE SPEECH, so they would go up in other states. In fact, billboards like that are going up soon. In flyover states. you'll see.

Musk Shutters 'SolarCity Facilities' Across 9 States

 by Don Bradley

OF COURSE HE DOES THIS ON A WITCHES SABBATH OF SOLSTICE...OF COURSE. They love their little satanic fingerprints, for those in the network of the damned and those servants of Yeshua WITH EYES TO SEE.

Oohhhhh...look how it glows!

And like all the other Solar companies-so-called-that have been heavily invested in, only to do nothing, go nowhere, and create NOTHING, is now bankrupt, stealing billions of dollars of investor's and stock holder's money.

As every single "solar" company that has come and gone before it has done.

There is not a single, largely promoted solar "going green" company that was heavily pushed, taken public, invested in by retail, and then found out that it has done nothing, does nothing, is nothing in existence that is STILL ALIVE. They all die, within 8 years or less, of bilk, scam, and run creation.

Every. Single. One.

After fleecing the gullible left of their money. Which is the point, after all.

How many more of these big to dos of our NWO companies that are AGENDA 21 creations, are going to come, steal what little money is left that isn't controlled by big ANYTHING, only to watch it die, finding out afterward it was a paper creation, like the other A21 "big deals" that came before it?

The collectors, complete with prison on one side and DUMB on the other


How many?

All of them, of course. Because investors invest as they are advised. By satanic fund managers on a 2 and 20 schedule of stealing your banana, to toss onto Lucifer's pile.

You will always hear about some life-changing next level technology that has only one purpose. To Theranos the cash out of your wallet and into their coffers. And to make sure you bite, they get the latest Jobian window dressing, fill the board with a bunch of long timey fossils like George Bush or Kissinger, and make sure some Ashkenazim, pizza eating oi veys like Goldman or whomever to take it public. Give it a AAA rating by Moody's, and it's ready to steal, steal, steal, (read pump, pump, pump) and take every single dollar they can convince you to part with. They'll even build one out in the desert, put it on the road to Vegas, to ensure that millions of people a year see how much this new tech is changing the world forever. Unless you dig a little and find that the site actually only produces less than 1% of its claimed energy production goals and all it really does, is glow in the daytime to razzle dazzle the stupid. I saw it.

I knew what I was looking at the moment I laid eyes on it. Two DUMBS, a PRISON, and This SolarCity nightmare all at the exact same spot. And why there? Because the I15 road is there and because the traffic from California for the suckers to give over their money and soul to the darkest sin pit in the western hemisphere is there, also. No accident on any of this.

It's all by design. Corrupt your soul, take your cash, bankrupt your marriage and family.

Seeing it now?

No? Then you never will, because you refuse to critically think through the razzle, the pop and whistle show, that Vegas and Hollywood use to sell you the lies of Lucifer, calling them "dreams in the desert."

It's more like a nightmare, friends. A nightmare.




Razzle dazzle, pop and whistle, hey!  It's a 1910, Dr. Fleecum carney scam.


FROM THE WEB

No one could see this coming. Including every bagholder (myself included) shareholder from SunEdison
solar development is bullshit. You own an asset that doesn’t get paid for in 15 years yet you have 7 year debt. Your only hope is to refinance three times. It’s a shell game
 
Exactly. And good luck if your solar panels last 15 years. I know, a neighbor bought 20 of them for $27K. He said they have a 20-year warranty. Will that company still be extant in 20 years? The one certainty is his roof isn't going to last another 20 years and replacing the roof is going to cost double, due to needing two roofing crews: the solar crew to remove and reinstall the solar panels and the asphalt roofing crew to tear off and install the new roof. Oh goody! Instead of costing $10K for that roof it will cost $20K!!
By that time his house will be under water and with the HELOC and primary mortgage he will be screwed. Unable to sell the house, unable to refi, unable to do anything but laugh about needing a new roof and not having $20K to pay for it. I plan on being on the road by that time and he will also have to deal with my rental tenants. No pets allowed, lucky for him.
 
I put my solar panels on a ground mount system out in the yard, a few feet off the ground still easy to clean once a month or so, and after 3 years working like new without any problems. Nice to get a net 0 PG&E bill.  Will be paid off in about 7 years at this rate. No lib global warming shit here, just want free power instead of paying a ripoff utility company.
 
Mine are mounted on top of my garage which has a corrugated iron roof so it's a simple bolt on bolt off job. I also have a solar hot water system in conjunction with em.
Like you I couldn't give a fuck about all this global warming scam - I just wanted to be off the system and the fact that I haven't paid an electric bill in almost 3 years is just a bonus - not my prime driving factor. I also have 2 10,000 gallon water tanks so drink rain water every day instead of the crap that comes out of the pipes.
Life is good since I gave up the 9-5 spiel.
 
 
The whole business model is a scam.  Really, you're going to utilize MY roof in order to generate money for you company?
Beware of anything that comes for "free" or that you're "leasing".
I've heard of people actually having to PAY THEM for generating TOO MUCH energy. 

"New Tesla cars around SoCal have a "ZERO emissions" paper plate in the frame. "
Do they know that nearly half of our electricity comes from burning coal?

Why isn’t this guy being investigated or up on charges already. This 3 cardmonti he's been playing must be getting close. I mean, when you lie, as a primary shareholder, BOD Member to merge two sinkholes and gloss over the obvious issues the SEC should be all over this. Prediction: this guys goes down in flames like that bitch over at Theranos after all the blatantly illegal shtt she did. I mean, a fool and their money are lucky enough to get together in the 1st place but this is Govt & privately (FED) funded criminal activity! We are not even close to living in a country that’s run by the rule of law! Because he was selected by the CIA for this work, as they all are by the time they are 16. DB

 
 
 


The Truth About the Border

the invasion is real whether on foot…

And what families? That's one of Satanisms' two weapons - DOUBT AND GUILT. Guess which one this op is, and sadly, Trump fell for it.


in the back of cars, trucks and semis OR – by the trainload. We have a border crisis!

and they keep coming… the invasion is real.
No borders, no control, no country. If we don't fix this, the joke's on us.


She doesn't look poor to me. Gold and pearl earrings, new Top from Ross for Less, gold bracelets, designer jeans, and girl with her, has a very tony Satin Jacket. These "migrants" are better dressed than most tax payers I see everywhere. And all the women in this shot - all migrants, two ex prostitutes, are giving the finger to white people driving by. Who pay for them, give them a house to live in for free, and make sure their kids get free medical and education through university. And they hate us. They hate us, even Asian us, Filipino us, black us, any American Citizen us...they HATE us.


The Universal Bro Code: Princeton U goes full on queer and satanist

The Universal Bro Code: Princeton U goes full on queer and satanist: Authored by Matthew Penza via Campus Reform, Princeton University is offering a new course this fall that will teach students about the ...



Oh Happy Day, we are both home safe...


Thank you one and all



Randy was finally released from the BHC hellhole yesterday and I am home almost at the same hour. I was supposed to stay till Saturday, but the staff at Suncoast was so rude, vicious, smirking, and downright terrible, had to leave. They stole clothes, razors, you name it. From my room, when I was out. We found 3 bugs, which we made go away.

North Vegas, from hotel room. Only redeeming feature of this place.


I cannot say how much all your prayers mean to us, because there is no way to use words, with how I feel inside of all the love you all have shown and demonstrated for us all. I would be here all day, thanking each of you in turn, as is deserved. Thing is, still in the middle of this - Randy and I - in our own ways, and both healing from very rough fiendish thingies.

As it stands now, I am bedridden, cut to pieces as it were. Bilateral Hernia Surgery is no picnic. But, it can save your life. 60,000 people die a year from this, by not getting surgery in time.





Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Young Italians, like young people in much of the Western developed nations that comprise the EU, are convinced that they will lead lives fraught with economic turbulence, and that few in their generation will manage to achieve the same standard of living that their parents enjoyed.

Italy's economic problems all stem from EU regulations, creating a socialist economic labor cycle that has created a two decade unemployment problem not seen since WW2.


Unlike in the US, where President Trump relies on older Americans for his base of support, more than half (53%) of Italians under 35 voted for one of the two anti-establishment parties that triumphed in Italy's March election. Their enthusiastic support explains the outpouring of anger directed at technocratic Italian President Sergio Mattarella, who called for new elections as he seemingly reached for every conceivable excuse to try and stop the two parties from forming a government, before finally acquiescing.
Young Italians have grown disillusioned with the center-left - which has clung to a status quo that deliberately favors older workers - even as their counterparts in Greece and Spain have moved even further to the left, with 40% of Spaniards under 35 saying in a recent poll that they favor the far-left Podemos and its allies, while in Greece, 41% of people aged 18 to 24 voted for Syriza in the 2015 election that brought the far-left party to power, according to the Wall Street Journal, which recently published a long-winded feature about the political plight of restive Italian youth.
Italy
Giada Gramanzini, a 29-year-old Italian university graduate who has struggled to find permanent work
Young Italians, like young people in much of the Western developed nations that comprise the EU, are convinced that they will lead lives fraught with economic turbulence, and that few in their generation will manage to achieve the same standard of living that their parents enjoyed. The marriage rate in Italy has fallen by a fifth over the past decade, according to Istat. In 2016, the last year for which data are available, Italian men got married on average at age 35 and women at 32 - two years later than in 2008. Meanwhile, the birth rate in a country that's viewed as the cradle of conserative Catholicism has fallen to an all-time low.
Chart
Of the many statistics that point to an intractable economic malaise, the youth unemployment rate is particularly troubling: Nearly 30% of Italians aged 20 to 34 aren't working, studying or enrolled in a training program, according to Eurostat. This comes after the employment rate for Italians under 40 fell every year between 2007 and 2014, before flatlining for three years. That's higher than any other EU member state - including Greece, which is sporting youth unemployment of 29% - the second highest - as well as Spain's 21%.
"Italy is collapsing and yet nothing has changed in this country for at least 30 years," said Carlo Gaetani, a self-employed engineer in Puglia. Ten years ago, when he was in his early 20s, he voted for a center-left party that he hoped would push for economic development in southern Italy. When Italy descended into a crippling recession, he felt betrayed by the traditional Italian left-wing parties. He has seen friends struggle to find jobs, and said his own business opportunities are limited to the stagnant private sector, because commissions for the public sector are usually awarded to people with connections he doesn’t have.
Mr. Gaetani, now 33, voted for 5 Star in the 2013 election, a choice he repeated in March with more conviction. "5 Star is our last hope. If they also fail, I think I’ll stop voting," he said.
Luckily, the older generation is well-equipped to step in and provide a modicum of financial support, thanks to generous pension benefits that have accrued to older workers. Yet this has done little to assuage the anger of young Italians, as the number of Italians under 34 living in dire poverty (aka those who can't afford even basic goods and services) has more than doubled in the aftermath of the crisis.
The pain in southern Europe reflects a feeling across much of the Western world that the younger generation will struggle to surpass their parents in wealth and security. Half of Italians who responded last year to an online survey on jobs site Monster.com said they thought they will earn less over their careers than their parents.
Young Italians, who bore the brunt of the country’s protracted, triple-dip recession, still bear the scars that will affect their career prospects, homeownership and birthrates for decades to come.
While they share many similar characteristics, the problems in Italy are fundamentally different than in the US. Perhaps the biggest issue for young people is a labor system where people with open-ended employment contracts enjoy unassailable job security and access to benefits. Meanwhile, younger employees are getting stuck with short-term contracts generally lasting from one month to one year that carry few benefits and make it impossible to plan for the future.
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The Italian government introduced these short-term contracts in the 1990s to help young people enter the labor force. Italy recently adopted a revamp of its labor laws, using tax breaks to coax companies into using more open-ended contracts - which allow firms to avoid the great hassle and cost involved in firing employees. But these policies generally haven't worked, and both the Five Star Movement and the League have capitalized on the anger at existing labor policies by promising to undo the government's reforms, while Five Star has also advocated giving the poor and unemployed a UBI of 780 euros (roughly $900) a month.
The 5 Star Movement has lured millions of young voters with promises to roll back new labor rules, give the unemployed and poor a so-called universal basic income of €780 ($905) a month, and abolish unpaid apprenticeship contracts. Its leader, Luigi Di Maio, was a 26-year-old university dropout who lived with his parents when he was elected to parliament in 2013. Today, he is a deputy prime minister.
The League attracted a sizable portion of the youth vote by advocating for many of the same anti-establishment policies that Five Star embraced - such as canceling the country's recent labor reforms - while also calling for deportations of African migrants who have overwhelmed Italy's borders in recent years.
Italy’s economic problems played into young voters’ sentiments about immigration during the campaign as well, one of the animating drivers of support for the League. “We can’t host all of Africa,” said Gianluca Taburchi, a 23-year old supermarket employee from Perugia who voted for the League. “We already have our own problems. We have lots of unemployment and unsecure jobs.”
Matteo Salvini, the leader of the League who became a deputy prime minister and interior minister in the new government, promised to return hundreds of thousands of migrants to their countries of origin. 5 Star, which straddles the line on many issues, spoke of stemming illegal immigration, but stopped short of calling for mass deportations.
Now that they've found their way into power, the future of these euroskeptic parties will depend on whether they keep their promises. Instituting labor-market, welfare and immigration reforms is only one part of the problem. Many younger Italians are deeply distrustful of both the European Union and the euro currency - while many older Italians still view both projects as integral to maintaining a sense of European Unity and lasting peace on the continent.
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Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, flanked by Five Star Leader Luigi Di Maio and The League leader Matteo Salvini
Both The League and Five Star's controversial flirtations with abolishing the euro (League leader Matteo Salvini was reportedly photographed wearing a T-shirt reading "Basta euro" - or "enough with the euro - to the chagrin of many older voters) have been popular with their base. But when directly confronted about their stance on leaving the euro, they've been noncommittal. The question now is: Will the Five Star and the League allow voters a chance to speak on the possibility of an "Italexit", as the analysts on Wall Street have taken to calling an Italian departure from the European Union? Or will they stop short of threatening an orthodoxy that a growing number of Italian young people view as the root cause for their economic suffering? 

 source zerohedge


Tuesday, June 19, 2018

What They're NOT Telling You About the Migrant Crisis

Delete Your Social Media Accounts Right Now






1) You are losing your free will.
2) Quitting social media is the most finely targeted way to resist the insanity of our times.
3) Social media is making you an asshole.
4) Social media is underming truth.
5) Social media is making what you say meaningless.
6) Social media is destroying your capacity for empathy.
7) Social media is making you unhappy.
8) Social media doesn't want you to have economic dignity.
9) Social media is making politics impossible.
10) Social media hates your soul.

FBI Agent Strzok Was Escorted Out Of FBI Building

He should of been arrested for a dozen federal felony law violations.

In the aftermath of the publication of the Inspector General's report on FBI abuse, if there was one thing that was made abundantly clear, it was that FBI special agent Peter Strzok - who was in charge of the Clinton email investigation and then probed Trump for "Russian collusion" while texting his lover Lisa Page that "we'll stop" Trump from becoming president -  was acting out of pure, political bias and anger at Clinton's loss. It was certainly not lost on Trump, who made his feelings on the subject abundantly clear on twitter:
  • Comey gave Strozk his marching orders. Mueller is Comey’s best friend. Witch Hunt! (source)
  • “The highest level of bias I’ve ever witnessed in any law enforcement officer.” Trey Gowdy on the FBI’s own, Peter Strzok. Also remember that they all worked for Slippery James Comey and that Comey is best friends with Robert Mueller. A really sick deal, isn’t it? (source)
  • The IG Report totally destroys James Comey and all of his minions including the great lovers, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, who started the disgraceful Witch Hunt against so many innocent people. It will go down as a dark and dangerous period in American History! (source)
  • FBI Agent Peter Strzok, who headed the Clinton & Russia investigations, texted to his lover Lisa Page, in the IG Report, that “we’ll stop” candidate Trump from becoming President. Doesn’t get any lower than that! (source)
And while Lisa Page had the wits to quit shortly before the publication of the OIG report, Strzok did not and in fact was still employed at the time of the report's publication last Thursday. But maybe not much longer because as CNN first reported, Strzok was escorted out of the FBI building on Friday, even though he is still technically employed and, as we reported some time ago, he has been stationed in Human Resources since dismissal from Mueller team.
Shortly after the report, Strzok's attorney confirmed the report saying that Strzok was escorted from the building amid an internal review of his conduct.
"Pete has steadfastly played by the rules and respected the process, and yet he continues to be the target of unfounded personal attacks, political games and inappropriate information leaks," his attorney Aitan Goelman said in a statement.

It gets better: in the layer letter, attorney Goelman writes that "Pete has steadfastly played by the rules and respected the process, and yet he continues to be the target of unfounded personal attacks, political games and inappropriate information leaks."
But wait, it gets even better, because in the very next line Strzok's attorney complains about the "impartiality of the disciplinary process, which now appears tainted by political influence." Yes, this coming from the "impartial" and "unbiased" FBI agent who led a failed coup against the president, vowing to "stop" Trump, an act which in another time would have much more serious consequences than simple termination and being expelled from the FBI.
The devil with a Federal badge. Planning hit operations and take down ops against POTUS Trump, before he was POTUS, so the Hildebeast could ascend to the WH. And this is just the ops we know about. What about the other intel agencies and their ongoing plans to destroy A SITTING PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. What about them, esp the CIA.
And speaking of that, the lawyer next complained that "instead of publicly calling for a long-serving FBI agent to be summarily fired, politicians should allow the disciplinary process to play out free from political pressure." We are confident that everyone will be very interested in watching the "impartial" disciplinary process play out fully in the coming months.
Goelman's conclusion: "Despite being put through a highly questionable process, Pete has complied with every FBI procedure, including being escorted from the building as part of the ongoing internal proceedings." It was not clear how Pete could not have complied with being escorted from the building but we'll leave it at that.
While Strzok's career at the FBI now finally appears over (with possible disciplinary consequences to follow), many questions remain including some revelations made later in day by the Inspector General Horowitz, who during a hearing on Tuesday said that he's no longer convinced the FBI was collecting all of Strzok's and Page's text messages even outside the 5-month blackout period when it archived none of the texts due to a technical "glitch", which means a number of other Strzok responses to Page likely missing.
Most importantly however, Horowitz ended an MSM talking point, clarifying that "we did NOT find no bias in regard to the October 2016 events." Strzok's choice to make pursuing the Russia espionage case a bigger priority than reopening the Clinton espionage case suggested "that was a BIASED decision." In other words, as we noted last week, Strzok was clearly biased in his pursuit of Trump and dismissal of Clinton: a perversion of the entire FBI process.
There were were serious "hot takes" as well, including this one:
To all this, all we can add is that while there is still zero evidence that Trump "colluded" with Russian, Strzok's expulsion from the FBI building is sufficient proof that the FBI was engaged in what effectively amounts to collusion, if not conspiracy, against a democratically elected US president.

The Nixon WH was alive and well under the gay mulatto, Obuttboy

“Several FBI employees Who played critical roles in the investigation sent political messages,” IG report says.
  1. It cites Lawyer skank Lisa Page text to Peter Strzok: “(Trump’s) not ever going to become president, right? Right?!”
  2. counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok: “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it.”
  3. Then, on August 15, 2016, Strzok alludes to an "insurance policy," texting Page "I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office - that there’s no way he gets elected - but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk, we need to take him out or TAKE HIM OUT" adding "It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40."



Bombshell text messages sent between two anti-Trump FBI agents eight days after the agency officially began investigating then-candidate Donald Trump was incredibly difficult to unearth - requiring a four-step investigative process, according to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz during Monday's Congressional testimony.

The August 8, 2016 text exchange in question can be found in the OIG report released last week on the FBI's conduct during the Hillary Clinton email investigation, in which former FBI attorney Lisa Page texts counterintelligence agent Peter Strzok: "(Trump’s) not ever going to become president, right? Right?!", to which Strzok replies: "No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it."
Two days before this exchange, Strzok told Page "I can use the scam of protecting our country at many levels. Like we were taught in special ops" 
This series of anti-Trump texts began less than a week after the FBI began investigating possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia on July 31, 2016 - less than two weeks after Donald Trump won the GOP primary race.
Then, on August 15, 2016, Strzok alludes to an "insurance policy," texting Page "I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in Andy’s office - that there’s no way he gets elected - but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk, we need to take him out or TAKE HIM OUT" adding "It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40."
So - roughly three weeks after Trump's July 21 nomination as the GOP candidate, lead FBI employees investigating both Trump and Clinton privately discussed "stopping" Donald Trump, eight days after the agency says it launched its counterintelligence investigation. A week after the "We'll stop it" text, Strzok mentions deploying an "insurance policy" that his FBI mistress Lisa Page appeared hesitant to act on because "there's no way he [Trump] gets elected."
It's a good thing none of that bias found its way into their investigations - per the OIG report's rock solid and in no way influenced (we're sure) conclusion.
How hard were those texts to find?
During Monday's Congressional testimony, IG Horowitz said that while the initial trove of 50,000 Strzok-Page text messages were "easy" to recover, the exchange about "stopping" President Trump was much more "challenging" to find.
As Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller notes:
Horowitz said that while the initial process of obtaining Strzok-Page messages from the FBI was “easy,” recovering the “We’ll stop it” text proved “challenging.” He also said that the painstaking process used to recover the message and others raises concerns about the FBI’s text message retention system.
Horowitz said that the OIG’s cyber forensic team obtained Strzok and Page’s FBI phones in order to extract any missing text messages. The team then relied on an outside contractor that the agency frequently uses in order to see whether there were other forensic tools that could extract messages from the phones.
“They provided us with some additional tools, so we did a second extraction and gained more text messages,” Horowitz testified.
The third step was an outreach to the Department of Defense to see if Pentagon experts had any other tools that could be used for the investigation.
“They gave us those tools and we used that and we extracted more text messages,” said Horowitz. -Daily Caller
Then, finally - the OIG team reviewed data extracted in May during a "routine quality control check" where they found “that the phone had a database on it that was actually also doing a collection of text messages,” according to Horowitz.
They extracted those messages from the phone and found the second part of the August 8 text, ‘No, no, We’ll stop it.'
“It turned out that the FBI wasn’t aware that that database on there, which was supposed to be an operating function, was actually collecting data,” said Horowitz, who says he will release a report on the OIG’s text message recovery process.
We are not convinced that the FBI was collecting 100 percent of the text messages,” he said.


SOURCE ZEROHEDGE

THE INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES OF THE USA ARE CRIMINAL GANG ORGANIZATIONS. THIS IS INTELLIGENCE OPS LIKE THE KIND USED AGAINST JFK, RFK, AND MLK.



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Man who attacked Sen. Rand Paul sentenced to 30 days

That’s a Federal charge of felony assault on a United States Senator, and the felon gets a 30-day slap on the wrist.

The “Justice” system of this country is waging a gen0cidal war on Heritage America. The satanic network controls, the courts, everything.

Satanist killers get a slap on the wrist, for using a gun to assault a senator. MAGA voters would get the death penalty or LIFE.

Our entire country is controlled by Lucifer's offspring. The nephilim.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Several FBI Informants Tried To Entrap Trump Campaign With $2 Million Offer For Hillary Dirt: Roger Stone

Trump campaign aides Roger Stone and Michael Caputo say that a meeting Stone took in late May, 2016 with a Russian appears to have been an "FBI sting operation" in hindsight, following bombshell reports in May that the DOJ/FBI used a longtime FBI/CIA asset, Cambridge professor Stefan Halper, to perform espionage on the Trump campaign.

When Stone arrived at the restaurant in Sunny Isles, he said, Greenberg was wearing a Make America Great Again T-shirt and hat. On his phone, Greenberg pulled up a photo of himself with Trump at a rally, Stone said. -WaPo
When Stone arrived at the restaurant in Sunny Isles, he said, Greenberg was wearing a Make America Great Again T-shirt and hat. On his phone, Greenberg pulled up a photo of himself with Trump at a rally, Stone said.

The meeting went nowhere - ending after Stone told Greenberg "You don't understand Donald Trump... He doesn't pay for anything." The Post independently confirmed this account with Greenberg.
Aftter the meeting, Stone received a text message from Caputo - a Trump campaign communications official who arranged the meeting after Greenberg approached Caputo's Russian-immigrant business partner.
How crazy is the Russian?” Caputo wrote according to a text message reviewed by The Post. Noting that Greenberg wanted “big” money, Stone replied: “waste of time.” -WaPo

Stone and Caputo now think the meeting was an FBI attempt to entrap the Trump administration - showing the Post evidence that Greenberg, who sometimes used the name Henry Oknyansky, "had provided information to the FBI for 17 years," based on a 2015 court filing related to his immigration status.
He attached records showing that the government had granted him special permission to enter the United States because his presence represented a “significant public benefit.”
Between 2008 and 2012, the records show, he repeatedly was extended permission to enter the United States under a so-called “significant public benefit parole.” The documents list an FBI agent as a contact person. The agent declined to comment.
Greenberg did not respond to questions about his use of multiple names but said in a text that he had worked for the “federal government” for 17 years.
“I risked my life and put myself in danger to do so, as you can imagine,” he said. -WaPo
“Wherever I was, from Iran to North Korea, I always send information to” the FBI, Greenberg told The Post. “I cooperated with the FBI for 17 years, often put my life in danger. Based on my information, there is so many arrests criminal from drugs and human trafficking, money laundering and insurance frauds.”
Stone and Caputo say it was a "sting operation" by the FBI: 
I didn’t realize it was an FBI sting operation at the time, but it sure looks like one now,” said Stone.
“If you believe that [Greenberg] took time off from his long career as an FBI informant to reach out to us in his spare time, I have a bridge in Brooklyn that I want to sell you,” Caputo said in an interview.
Greenberg told WaPo he stopped working with the FBI "sometime after 2013."
In terms of the timeline, here's where the Greenberg meeting fits in:
April 26, 2016 - Maltese professor Joseph Mifsud allegedly tells Trump campaign aide George Paoadopoulos that the Russians had dirt on Hillary Clinton
Papadopoulos’ statement of offense also detailed his April 26, 2016, meeting with Mifsud at a London hotel. Over breakfast Mifsud told Papadopoulos “he had just returned from a trip to Moscow where he had met with high-level Russian governmental officials.” Mifsud explained “that on that trip he (the Professor) learned that the Russians had obtained ‘dirt’ on then-candidate Clinton.” Mifsud told Papadopoulos “the Russians had emails of Clinton.” -The Federalist
May 10, 2016 -  Papadopoulos tells former Australian Diplomat Alexander Downer during an alleged "drunken barroom admission" that the Russians had information which "could be damaging" to Hillary Clinton.
Late May, 2016 - Stone is approached by Greenberg with the $2 million offer for dirt on Clinton
July 2016 - FBI informant (spy) Stefan Halper meets with Trump campaign aide Carter Page for the first time, which would be one of many encounters.
July 31, 2016  - the FBI officially launches operation Crossfire Hurricane, the code name given to the counterintelligence operation against the Trump campaign.
September, 2016 - Halper invites Papadopoulos to London, paying him $3,000 to work on an energy policy paper while wining and dining him at a 200-year-old private London club on September 15.
Foggy memory
Stone and Caputo say they didn't mention the meeting during Congressional testimony because they forgot, chalking it up to unimportant "due diligence." Apparently random offers for political dirt in exchange for millions are so common in D.C. that one tends to forget.
Stone and Caputo said in separate interviews that they also did not disclose the Greenberg meeting during testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence because they had forgotten about an incident that Stone calls unimportant “due diligence” that would have been “political malpractice” not to explore. -WaPo
While Greenberg and Stone's account of the meeting mostly checked out (after Greenberg initially denied Stone's account), Greenberg said that a Ukrainian friend named "Alexi" who was fired by the Clinton Foundation attended as well, and was the one asking for the money - while Stone said Greenberg came alone to the meeting.
“We really want to help Trump,” Stone recalled Greenberg saying during the brief encounter.
Greenberg says he sat at a nearby table while Alexei conducted the meeting. “Alexei talk to Mr. Stone, not me,” he wrote. 
The Clinton Founation has denied ever employing anyone with the first name of Alexi. 
Caputo’s attorney on Friday sent a letter amending his House testimony, and he plans to present Caputo’s account of the Greenberg incident to the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Justice, which has announced it is examining the FBI’s use of informants during the Russia probe. Stone said his attorney has done the same. -WaPo
Second FBI informant
Caputo hinted at the interaction in late May when he said that there were multiple government informants who approached the Trump campaign:
“Let me tell you something that I know for a fact,” Caputo said during a May 21 interview on Fox News. “This informant, this person [who] they tried to plant into the campaign … he’s not the only person who came into the campaign. And the FBI is not the only Obama agency who came into the campaign.”
I know because they came at me,” Caputo added. “And I’m looking for clearance from my attorney to reveal this to the public. This is just the beginning.
Stone told the Post that he may be indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and charged "with a crime unrelated to the election in order to silence him," and that he anticipates the meeting with Greenberg may be used to try and pressure him to testify against President Trump (leaving no Stone unturned), which he told the Post he would never do.

source zerohedge

 from the web

There were several times during the Roman Empire when the Praetorian Guard murdered the Emperor and then auctioned off the Emperor's position to the highest bidder. We're probably close to that point ourselves where the FBI and CIA just dispense with the pretense and murder the President and auction it off themselves to the highest bidder.

If the FBI is "investigating" you it means they are running an op against you and using informants to entrap you.  It is what they do.  Creating evidence is easier than gathering it and analyzing it.
Ask the hair analysis people.  Ask Randy Weaver.  Ask those idiots on the Hutaree Militia.  Etc.


You didn't manage to entrap your enemy with a sting op? No worries, just hide it and use the alleged crime scene you planted to initiate a fake investigation.
Fuckers paralyzing the country for two years. I'm not even pro-Trump, yet at this point I believe he should get 2 years tacked onto the end of his term just to compensate for this more-than-inane, more-than-insane skullfuckkery.
Fuck ideologies. The more articulate they are, the more toxic.

I’m curiously interested in how the fucks on tee bee always spend so much time twisting themselves in knots, and making excuses for the deep state.
This little fucking turd John Oliver...who seemed to be funny at one time....is the leader of the pack. NEVER does one of his hit jobs on Hillary or the deep state. It’s so blatant and obvious, it sickens you. You’d think Hillary was Mother a Teresa, and the deep state fucks were Knights in Shining Armor. There should be a special place in hell, or an appointment at the end of piano wire for these fucking people.
Why. Why can’t we just shoot it out...and get it it over with?


Didn't we already pass that point with the murders of:
John F. Kennedy, Robert F Kennedy, Attempted murder of Ronald Reagan, the successful elimination of Senator Paul David Wellstone, the convenient death of Georgia Congressman Lawrence McDonald; the assassination of Former CIA Chief William Colby, the attempted murder of George Wallace.....not to mention a huge list of non-elected political figures



Isn't it interesting they CLEARLY had Queen Cankles with Classified material on her private server and wouldn't do anything, yet they were trying to bamboozle the Trump campaign with the "It was the Russians" narrative!
Hmmmmm...


***Greenberg***
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(((TIME)))

the time has come for the great reveal.  exactly who are these people what claim to be the jews of The Bible?  what is the basis by which they claim status as a race...or even a valid ethnicity?  even though we have a detailed account of the Hebrew's exodus from Egypt 4000 years ago, why is there NO record of their flight from Palestine after Hadrian smashed the synagog of satan?  why is there NO record of ancient hebrew before @500 AD?  why is there NO hebrew architecture?  NO pottery?  NO evidence of any legitimate history? 
why did they fake the dead sea scrolls?
why do they prohibit scholarly scrutiny of them?

the world is going to know, 'jews'.  the world is going to know that you're just a criminal syndicate larping as a religion.
"...who say they are Jews but are not."