Explosive Dutch documentary on Trumps links to Russian mob.

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Bearing all that in mind puts into sharp focus how truly dreadful a candidate she was, in many ways the short blundering presidency of Trump is the very best gift /kick in arsse that the liberal agenda ever got. Truly epoch defining
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And that was the best the US could come up with.
It isn't going to improve either in the future I suspect.
No style, no substance, just simplistic sound bites and bland platitudes.
 


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Newstalk this morning accusing the Russians of being behind the cyberattacks :roll:
No evidence needed , just blame the Russians
I suppose it is too much to expect Newstalk to talk about their owners donations to the Clinton Foundation......

Or perhaps the findings of the Moriarty Tribunal.
 

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Its clear most posters on here havent watched the documentary and have no intention of doing so, but are prepared to state anyway that there is no truth to any of the allegations. Because they just know Donnie is clean :D

Its a very detailed account of Trumps relations with Russian mobster Felix Sater and others, which he hid from the regulators, and which have already made him the subject of investigations for criminal racketeering before he became president. It also outlines the various pyramid schemes used by Trump and Russian oligarchs to wash money through real estate purchases. The documentary does not discuss Russian interference in the election though it does say that Trump is compromised by his connections and this is of course known to the Kremlin.

At the moment the GOP itself is the subject of a RICO investigation which resulted in a massive raid on Friday.

Follow the money is indeed where this is going.
 

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I want a documentary in what happened to Liam Lawlor in Moscow.

With Meehaul themoneyisjustrestinginthewifesaccount Martin centre stage explaining how Lawlor encountered an accident just when he was begining to crack.
Ive driven that road to the airport in Moscow. Back in 2000s it was mental. Nothing weird about a fatal crash there.
 

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And that was the best the US could come up with.
It isn't going to improve either in the future I suspect.
No style, no substance, just simplistic sound bites and bland platitudes.
No one sane would run for president. The election process is awful.
 
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Its clear most posters on here havent watched the documentary and have no intention of doing so, but are prepared to state anyway that there is no truth to any of the allegations. Because they just know Donnie is clean :D

Its a very detailed account of Trumps relations with Russian mobster Felix Sater and others, which he hid from the regulators, and which have already made him the subject of investigations for criminal racketeering before he became president. It also outlines the various pyramid schemes used by Trump and Russian oligarchs to wash money through real estate purchases. The documentary does not discuss Russian interference in the election though it does say that Trump is compromised by his connections and this is of course known to the Kremlin.

At the moment the GOP itself is the subject of a RICO investigation which resulted in a massive raid on Friday.

Follow the money is indeed where this is going.
I recall you telling me before that someone on this board had approached you but you declined on that occasion.
I see you have recanted.

So how's your new life as a full time status quo internet propagandist going? Pay good?
Best of luck in your new morally bankrupt minimum wage career path :D
 

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I recall you telling me before that someone on this board had approached you but you declined on that occasion.
I see you have recanted.

So how's your new life as a full time status quo internet propagandist going? Pay good?
Best of luck in your new morally bankrupt minimum wage career path :D
So you didnt watch the documentary then?

Not surprised.
 

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Its clear most posters on here havent watched the documentary and have no intention of doing so, but are prepared to state anyway that there is no truth to any of the allegations. Because they just know Donnie is clean :D

Its a very detailed account of Trumps relations with Russian mobster Felix Sater and others, which he hid from the regulators, and which have already made him the subject of investigations for criminal racketeering before he became president. It also outlines the various pyramid schemes used by Trump and Russian oligarchs to wash money through real estate purchases. The documentary does not discuss Russian interference in the election though it does say that Trump is compromised by his connections and this is of course known to the Kremlin.

At the moment the GOP itself is the subject of a RICO investigation which resulted in a massive raid on Friday.

Follow the money is indeed where this is going.
This a very disturbing documentary setting out the many links between Donnie and Russia.
 

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This a very disturbing documentary setting out the many links between Donnie and Russia.
This has been bubbling under for at least year - if you google it you will see similar allegations were made both by MSM and internet sources back in January 2016 and earlier, but the stories were not picked up on and highlighted during the US elections.

Since then, there have been US TV shows dedicated to Donnies dirty Russian money, but they havent achieved "the tipping point" where it becomes general knowledge.

One of the problems as always is that white collar crime is complicated. Its not as easy to understand as "he burgled the offices of his political opponents and then tried to cover it up". The fact is, everywhere you look, you see a nexus of Russian "graft" - plain old money-laundering - and then the possibility that this was leveraged into an intelligence plot to destabilise Hillary and get Donnie elected.

Ive always been of the view that it was about money for Donnie, and he never quite realised how big the stakes could get.
 

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Ah, I see the libtards haven't managed to exit tin-foil hat land yet.

Quelle surprise.
 

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There is an element of missing the woods for the trees on Pie, which I attribute to the fact that most posters are emotionally identified with "their precious opinions" and whatever ego-driven nonsense makes them take up a position pro or contra.

If Trump wasn't a stooge when elected knowing that both parties in Congress wanted Russia punished not only for tampering in the US election but in a dozen others across the world, he would move for an easy bipartisan success and vote new tough sanctions on Russia that really bite. Its a no-brainer,

But he doesn't do that does he, instead he is yuking it up with two Russian underlings in the WH the day after he fires the man who was investigating the same exact Russians and their interference. Kislyak, who is known to be a spy, which is why tapes were made of him with Flynn that led to Flynns downfall, is joking about the FBI mans dismissal, while US media are banned from the occasion - and only Russian TV allowed.

Sometimes something is so obvious, a child could see it. But Pie believes in Donnie. Like they believe in Father Christmas.
 

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There is an element of missing the woods for the trees on Pie, which I attribute to the fact that most posters are emotionally identified with "their precious opinions" and whatever ego-driven nonsense makes them take up a position pro or contra.

If Trump wasn't a stooge when elected knowing that both parties in Congress wanted Russia punished not only for tampering in the US election but in a dozen others across the world, he would move for an easy bipartisan success and vote new tough sanctions on Russia that really bite. Its a no-brainer,

But he doesn't do that does he, instead he is yuking it up with two Russian underlings in the WH the day after he fires the man who was investigating the same exact Russians and their interference. Kislyak, who is known to be a spy, which is why tapes were made of him with Flynn that led to Flynns downfall, is joking about the FBI mans dismissal, while US media are banned from the occasion - and only Russian TV allowed.

Sometimes something is so obvious, a child could see it. But Pie believes in Donnie. Like they believe in Father Christmas.
Knowingly facilitating money laundering is a very serious offence.
 

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This has been bubbling under for at least year - if you google it you will see similar allegations were made both by MSM and internet sources back in January 2016 and earlier, but the stories were not picked up on and highlighted during the US elections.

Since then, there have been US TV shows dedicated to Donnies dirty Russian money, but they havent achieved "the tipping point" where it becomes general knowledge.

One of the problems as always is that white collar crime is complicated. Its not as easy to understand as "he burgled the offices of his political opponents and then tried to cover it up". The fact is, everywhere you look, you see a nexus of Russian "graft" - plain old money-laundering - and then the possibility that this was leveraged into an intelligence plot to destabilise Hillary and get Donnie elected.

Ive always been of the view that it was about money for Donnie, and he never quite realised how big the stakes could get.
White collar crime is indeed above the heads of most blue collar workers. Everyone understands the robber putting a gun in your face or having your personal property stolen, etc. It's simple, direct, etc. International white collar crime trebles the understanding that's required to grasp and appreciate it.

It also bores them because it lacks the sensational flair of a 'COPS' telly show, the abduction/assault/murder of young hot blonde woman or child, etc. The exception of interest and understanding of white collar crimes would be for things fitting for shows like 'American Justice' that deal with 'get rich quick' Ponzi schemers and other elaborate hoaxes. Again, that stuff isn't too complicated.

Another factor is the social bias working against Average Joe and Jane Americans and Westerners to boot. Non-Western names sound like Alphabet Soup from 'alien' places and so does organised crime and/or oligarchies from them. They very well may know about their existence and somewhat their scopes, but it's 'Greek' to them and doesn't stick as well as the domestic, Italian or Latin American gangs would.
 

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Knowingly facilitating money laundering is a very serious offence.
Indeed. The RICO warrants executed on Friday were in respect of that.

Many shills on here want you to believe that the sole focus of the FBI was on counter-intelligence, which is always something that can take you anywhere, and the only thing is whether we believe in the Russian Deep State or the US one. All very exciting.

The reality is quite different. As in the investigations into Al Capone, the FBI is following the money trail. The organisation which was raided on Friday has links to the key players - Manafort, Stone - who are also suspected of collusion with the Russians re their cute timing of wikileaks revelations. But that is a secondary matter.

What they are really looking at is dodgy foreign money swirling into PACs to get Republicans elected.

God Bless America - they know the value of the buck. That is where it all starts.
 

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The Democrats lost because they are rotten with corruption.

"Oh look.....over there.....those clouds look like Putin grinning".
The Democrats and the liberal MSM are literally having a breakdown before our eyes. It may be be a long long time before they stop digging the hole they are in.
 


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