A “Uranium One” compendium of opinion, articles, charts and photos
From WWII through the 1980s or later, one could bump into the Kilroy image all around the World. We suspect there’s one or two in Mecca, the Vatican or even Salt Lake City. We know there are a few Kilroys on dance hall walls, rest stops, bumpers, and the streets of Hong Kong, Tokyo, Bangkok, San Francisco, Rhine Main, London and Khartoum to mention but a few.
Whoa now … slow down! Isn’t stooping to write about such ridiculously inconsequential and worthless “stuff” as Kilroy almost as demeaning as stooping to write about the ever present … the ubiquitous Clintons?
Unfortunately, since Whitewater 1992, Travelgate 1993, Vince Foster Death 1993, Paula Jones/Monica Lewinsky 1994, Filegate 1996, Benghazi 2012, Clinton Foundation 2015, Private Email Server 2015 (but a few of the major ones), the Clintons have cropped up in or been dragged across the airwaves and into the sanctity of our living rooms and minds like endless obscene Kilroys plastered on innumerable, stinking, outhouse walls. And … we’ve written … written … and written “ad nauseum.”
However and hopefully, soon the Clintons will vanish … flushed … the final dregs of frantic Leftist’ failed attempts to create royalty of them … they … an abject evil pair shamelessly and inextricably ensconced in the construct of our dear Republic. Unavoidably, writing about their hijinks has become a National pursuit, cottage industry, pastime and for many … a plague.
Herein, we set out to tackle but another of their many capers …. Uranium One.
Uranium One is a convolution and milieu of Nation State, Oligarch, and Crème de la Crème corruption that has circled the Globe. As usual, the activities of the elitist ubiquitous Clintons have been covered by diplomatic camouflage, shrouded in secrecy, shielded with impunity, and showered with cash.
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By Jo Becker and Mike McIntire of the New York Times April 23, 2015
The path to a Russian acquisition of American uranium deposits began in 2005 in Kazakhstan, where the Canadian mining financier Frank Giustra orchestrated his first big uranium deal, with Mr. Clinton at his side.
The two men had flown aboard Mr. Giustra’s private jet to Almaty, Kazakhstan, where they dined with the authoritarian president, Nursultan A. Nazarbayev. Mr. Clinton handed the Kazakh president a propaganda coup when he expressed support for Mr. Nazarbayev’s bid to head an international elections monitoring group, undercutting American foreign policy and criticism of Kazakhstan’s poor human rights record by, among others, his wife, then a senator.
Within days of the visit, Mr. Giustra’s fledgling company, UrAsia Energy Ltd., signed a preliminary deal giving it stakes in three uranium mines controlled by the state-run uranium agency Kazatomprom. If the Kazakh deal was a major victory, UrAsia did not wait long before resuming the hunt. In 2007, it merged with Uranium One, a South African company with assets in Africa and Australia, in what was described as a $3.5 billion transaction.
The new company, which kept the Uranium One name, was controlled by UrAsia investors including Ian Telfer, a Canadian who became chairman. Through a spokeswoman, Mr. Giustra, whose personal stake in the deal was estimated at about $45 million, said he sold his stake in 2007.
Soon, Uranium One began to snap up companies with assets in the United States. In April 2007, it announced the purchase of a uranium mill in Utah and more than 38,000 acres of uranium exploration properties in four Western states, followed quickly by the acquisition of the Energy Metals Corporation and its uranium holdings in Wyoming, Texas and Utah. That deal made clear that Uranium One was intent on becoming “a powerhouse in the United States uranium sector with the potential to become the domestic supplier of choice for U.S. utilities,” the company declared.
Ian Telfer was chairman of Uranium One and made large donations to the Clinton Foundation.
Still, the company’s story was hardly front-page news in the United States
until early 2008, in the midst of Mrs. Clinton’s failed presidential campaign, when The Times published an article revealing the 2005 trip’s link to Mr.Giustra’s Kazakhstan mining deal. It also reported that several months later, Mr. Giustra had donated $31.3 million to Mr. Clinton’s foundation. (In a statement issued after this article appeared online, Mr. Giustra said he was “extremely proud” of his charitable work with Mr. Clinton, and he urged the media to focus on poverty, health care and “the real challenges of the world.”)
Though the 2008 article quoted the former head of Kazatomprom, Moukhtar Dzhakishev, as saying that the deal required government approval and was discussed at a dinner with the president, Mr. Giustra insisted that it was a private transaction, with no need for Mr. Clinton’s influence with Kazakh officials. He described his relationship with Mr. Clinton as motivated solely by a shared interest in philanthropy.
As if to underscore the point, five months later Mr. Giustra held a fund-raiser for the Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative, a project aimed at fostering progressive environmental and labor practices in the natural resources industry, to which he had pledged $100 million. The star-studded gala, at a conference center in Toronto, featured performances by Elton John and Shakira and celebrities like Tom Cruise, John Travolta and Robin Williams encouraging contributions from the many so-called F.O.F.s — Friends of Frank — in attendance, among them Mr. Telfer. In all, the evening generated $16 million in pledges, according to an article in The Globe and Mail. “None of this would have been possible if Frank Giustra didn’t have a remarkable combination of caring and modesty, of vision and energy and iron determination,” Mr. Clinton told those gathered, adding: “I love this guy, and you should, too.”
But what had been a string of successes was about to hit a speed bump.
By June 2009, a little over a year after the star-studded evening in Toronto, Uranium One’s stock was in free-fall, down 40 percent. Mr. Dzhakishev, the head of Kazatomprom, had just been arrested on charges that he illegally sold uranium deposits to foreign companies, including at least some of those won by Mr. Giustra’s UrAsia and now owned by Uranium One.
Publicly, the company tried to reassure shareholders. Its chief executive, Jean Nortier, issued a confident statement calling the situation a “complete misunderstanding.” He also contradicted Mr. Giustra’s contention that the uranium deal had not required government blessing. “When you do a transaction in Kazakhstan, you need the government’s approval,” he said, adding that UrAsia had indeed received that approval.
Bill Clinton met with Vladimir V. Putin in Moscow in 2010.
But privately, Uranium One officials were worried they could lose their joint mining ventures. American diplomatic cables made public by WikiLeaks also reflect concerns that Mr. Dzhakishev’s arrest was part of a Russian power play for control of Kazakh uranium assets.
At the time, Russia was already eying a stake in Uranium One, Rosatom company documents show. Rosatom officials say they were seeking to acquire mines around the world because Russia lacks sufficient domestic reserves to meet its own industry needs. It was against this backdrop that the Vancouver-based Uranium One pressed the American Embassy in Kazakhstan, as well as Canadian diplomats, to take up its cause with Kazakh officials, according to the American cables.
“We want more than a statement to the press,” Paul Clarke, a Uranium One executive vice president, told the embassy’s energy officer on June 10, the officer reported in a cable. “That is simply chitchat.” What the company needed, Mr. Clarke said, was official written confirmation that the licenses were valid. The American Embassy ultimately reported to the secretary of state, Mrs. Clinton. Though the Clarke cable was copied to her, it was given wide circulation, and it is unclear if she would have read it; the Clinton campaign did not address questions about the cable.
What is clear is that the embassy acted, with the cables showing that the energy officer met with Kazakh officials to discuss the issue on June 10 and 11. Three days later, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rosatom completed a deal for 17 percent of Uranium One. And within a year, the Russian government substantially upped the ante, with a generous offer to shareholders that would give it a 51 percent controlling stake. But first, Uranium One had to get the American government to sign off on the deal.
The Power to Say No
When a company controlled by the Chinese government sought a 51 percent stake in a tiny Nevada gold mining operation in 2009, it set off a secretive review process in Washington, where officials raised concerns primarily about the mine’s proximity to a military installation, but also about the potential for minerals at the site, including uranium, to come under Chinese control. The officials killed the deal. Such is the power of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States. The committee comprises some of the most powerful members of the cabinet, including the attorney general, the secretaries of the Treasury, Defense, Homeland Security, Commerce and Energy, and the secretary of state. They are charged with reviewing any deal that could result in foreign control of an American business or asset deemed important to national security.
The national security issue at stake in the Uranium One deal was not primarily about nuclear weapons proliferation; the United States and Russia had for years cooperated on that front, with Russia sending enriched fuel from decommissioned warheads to be used in American nuclear power plants in return for raw uranium. Instead, it concerned American dependence on foreign uranium sources.
While the United States gets one-fifth of its electrical power from nuclear plants, it produces only around 20 percent of the uranium it needs, and most plants have only 18 to 36 months of reserves, according to Marin Katusa, author of “The Colder War: How the Global Energy Trade Slipped From America’s Grasp.”
“The Russians are easily winning the uranium war, and nobody’s talking about it,” said Mr. Katusa, who explores the implications of the Uranium One deal in his book. “It’s not just a domestic issue but a foreign policy issue, too.”
When ARMZ, an arm of Rosatom, took its first 17 percent stake in Uranium One in 2009, the two parties signed an agreement, found in securities filings, to seek the foreign investment committee’s review. But it was the 2010 deal, giving the Russians a controlling 51 percent stake, that set off alarm bells. Four members of the House of Representatives signed a letter expressing concern. Two more began pushing legislation to kill the deal. Senator John Barrasso, a Republican from Wyoming, where Uranium One’s largest American operation was, wrote to President Obama, saying the deal “would give the Russian government control over a sizable portion of America’s uranium production capacity.”
President Putin during a meeting with Rosatom’s chief executive, Sergei Kiriyenko, in December 2007.
Dmitry Astakhov/Ria Novosti, via Agence France-Presse … “Equally alarming,” Mr. Barrasso added, “this sale gives ARMZ a significant stake in uranium mines in Kazakhstan.” Uranium One’s shareholders were also alarmed and were “afraid of Rosatom as a Russian state giant,” Sergei Novikov, a company spokesman, recalled in an interview. He said Rosatom’s chief, Mr. Kiriyenko, sought to reassure Uranium One investors, promising that Rosatom would not break up the company and would keep the same management, including Mr. Telfer, the chairman.
Another Rosatom official said publicly that it did not intend to increase its investment beyond 51 percent, and that it envisioned keeping Uranium One a public company American nuclear officials, too, seemed eager to assuage fears. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission wrote to Mr. Barrasso assuring him that American uranium would be preserved for domestic use, regardless of who owned it.
“In order to export uranium from the United States, Uranium One Inc. or ARMZ would need to apply for and obtain a specific NRC license authorizing the export of uranium for use as reactor fuel,” the letter said. Still, the ultimate authority to approve or reject the Russian acquisition rested with the cabinet officials on the foreign investment committee, including Mrs. Clinton — whose husband was collecting millions in donations from people associated with Uranium One.
Before Mrs. Clinton could assume her post as secretary of state, the White House demanded that she sign a memorandum of understanding placing limits on the activities of her husband’s foundation. To avoid the perception of conflicts of interest, beyond the ban on foreign government donations, the foundation was required to publicly disclose all contributors.
To judge from those disclosures — which list the contributions in ranges rather than precise amounts — the only Uranium One official to give to the Clinton Foundation was Mr. Telfer, the chairman, and the amount was relatively small: no more than $250,000, and that was in 2007, before talk of a Rosatom deal began percolating.
Uranium One’s Russian takeover was approved by the United States while Hillary Rodham Clinton was secretary of state. Doug Mills/The New York Times
But a review of tax records in Canada, where Mr. Telfer has a family charity called the Fernwood Foundation, shows that he donated millions of dollars more, during and after the critical time when the foreign investment committee was reviewing his deal with the Russians. With the Russians offering a special dividend, shareholders like Mr. Telfer stood to profit. His donations through the Fernwood Foundation included $1 million reported in 2009, the year his company appealed to the American Embassy to help it keep its mines in Kazakhstan; $250,000 in 2010, the year the Russians sought majority control; as well as $600,000 in 2011 and $500,000 in 2012. Mr. Telfer said that his donations had nothing to do with his business dealings, and that he had never discussed Uranium One with Mr. or Mrs. Clinton. He said he had given the money because he wanted to support Mr. Giustra’s charitable endeavors with Mr. Clinton. “Frank and I have been friends and business partners for almost 20 years,” he said.
The Clinton campaign left it to the foundation to reply to questions about the Fernwood donations; the foundation did not provide a response. Mr. Telfer’s undisclosed donations came in addition to between $1.3 million and $5.6 million in contributions, which were reported, from a constellation of people with ties to Uranium One or UrAsia, the company that originally acquired Uranium One’s most valuable asset: the Kazakh mines. Without those assets, the Russians would have had no interest in the deal: “It wasn’t the goal to buy the Wyoming mines. The goal was to acquire the Kazakh assets, which are very good,” Mr. Novikov, the Rosatom spokesman, said in an interview.
Amid this influx of Uranium One-connected money, Mr. Clinton was invited to speak in Moscow in June 2010, the same month Rosatom struck its deal for a majority stake in Uranium One. The $500,000 fee — among Mr. Clinton’s highest — was paid by Renaissance Capital, a Russian investment bank with ties to the Kremlin that has invited world leaders, including Tony Blair, the former British prime minister, to speak at its investor conferences.
Renaissance Capital analysts talked up Uranium One’s stock, assigning it a “buy” rating and saying in a July 2010 research report that it was “the best play” in the uranium markets. In addition, Renaissance Capital turned up that same year as a major donor, along with Mr. Giustra and several companies linked to Uranium One or UrAsia, to a small medical charity in Colorado run by a friend of Mr. Giustra’s. In a newsletter to supporters, the friend credited Mr. Giustra with helping get donations from “businesses around the world.”
John Christensen sold the mining rights on his ranch in Wyoming to Uranium One.
Matthew Staver for The New York Times Renaissance Capital would not comment on the genesis of Mr. Clinton’s speech to an audience that included leading Russian officials, or on whether it was connected to the Rosatom deal. According to a Russian government news service, Mr. Putin personally thanked Mr. Clinton for speaking.
A person with knowledge of the Clinton Foundation’s fund-raising operation, who requested anonymity to speak candidly about it, said that for many people, the hope is that money will in fact buy influence: “Why do you think they are doing it — because they love them?” But whether it actually does is another question. And in this case, there were broader geopolitical pressures that likely came into play as the United States considered whether to approve the Rosatom-Uranium One deal.
If doing business with Rosatom was good for those in the Uranium One deal, engaging with Russia was also a priority of the incoming Obama administration, which was hoping for a new era of cooperation as Mr. Putin relinquished the presidency — if only for a term — to Dmitri A. Medvedev. “The assumption was we could engage Russia to further core U.S. national security interests,” said Mr. McFaul, the former ambassador.
It started out well. The two countries made progress on nuclear proliferation issues, and expanded use of Russian territory to resupply American forces in Afghanistan. Keeping Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon was among the United States’ top priorities, and in June 2010 Russia signed off on a United Nations resolution imposing tough new sanctions on that country.
Two months later, the deal giving ARMZ a controlling stake in Uranium One was submitted to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States for review. Because of the secrecy surrounding the process, it is hard to know whether the participants weighed the desire to improve bilateral relations against the potential risks of allowing the Russian government control over the biggest uranium producer in the United States. The deal was ultimately approved in October, following what two people involved in securing the approval said had been a relatively smooth process. Not all of the committee’s decisions are personally debated by the agency heads themselves; in less controversial cases, deputy or assistant secretaries may sign off. But experts and former committee members say Russia’s interest in Uranium One and its American uranium reserves seemed to warrant attention at the highest levels.
Moukhtar Dzhakishev was arrested in 2009 while the chief of Kazatomprom.
“This deal had generated press, it had captured the attention of Congress and it was strategically important,” said Richard Russell, who served on the committee during the George W. Bush administration. “When I was there invariably any one of those conditions would cause this to get pushed way up the chain, and here you had all three.” And Mrs. Clinton brought a reputation for hawkishness to the process; as a senator, she was a vocal critic of the committee’s approval of a deal that would have transferred the management of major American seaports to a company based in the United Arab Emirates, and as a presidential candidate she had advocated legislation to strengthen the process.
The Clinton campaign spokesman, Mr. Fallon, said that in general, these matters did not rise to the secretary’s level. He would not comment on whether Mrs. Clinton had been briefed on the matter, but he gave The Times a statement from the former assistant secretary assigned to the foreign investment committee at the time, Jose Fernandez. While not addressing the specifics of the Uranium One deal, Mr. Fernandez said, “Mrs. Clinton never intervened with me on any C.F.I.U.S. matter.” Mr. Fallon also noted that if any agency had raised national security concerns about the Uranium One deal, it could have taken them directly to the president.
Anne-Marie Slaughter, the State Department’s director of policy planning at the time, said she was unaware of the transaction — or the extent to which it made Russia a dominant uranium supplier. But speaking generally, she urged caution in evaluating its wisdom in hindsight. “Russia was not a country we took lightly at the time or thought was cuddly,” she said. “But it wasn’t the adversary it is today.”
That renewed adversarial relationship has raised concerns about European dependency on Russian energy resources, including nuclear fuel. The unease reaches beyond diplomatic circles. In Wyoming, where Uranium One equipment is scattered across his 35,000-acre ranch, John Christensen is frustrated that repeated changes in corporate ownership over the years led to French, South African, Canadian and, finally, Russian control over mining rights on his property.
“I hate to see a foreign government own mining rights here in the United States,” he said. “I don’t think that should happen.”
That’s about it for the narrative. But we guarantee an entertaining change of pace if the reader takes time to explore additional events and dates on our Uranium timeline here.
We emphasize the following that can be found on the timeline:
- 8.5.2011 POGO letter to Attorney General Eric Holder —- Bribes & Policy Impact Communications https://goo.gl/awYiKj
- 2012 Telfer, through the Ferwood Foundation, donates $500,000 to the Clinton Foundation. (NYT 4/23/15) https://goo.gl/5kTxR7
- 2013 Under investigation … Rosatom, the Russian state-owned uranium monopoly, through its subsidiary ARMZ Uranium Holding, purchased the company at a value of $1.3 billion.
- 09.28.2016 Sen. Hatch, Orrin G. [R-UT] Introduced S.3413 – A bill to authorize the extension of nondiscriminatory treatment (normal trade relations treatment) to the products of Kazakhstan.
- 01.2017 Hatch and the Goodfellas Hijack the Bears Ears
- 10.17.2017 FBI uncovered Russian bribery plot https://goo.gl/kTN87i
- 10.26.2017 “The Facts on Uranium One”
- 11.16.2017 “6 Key Elements in Understanding the Tangled Uranium One Scandal”
2005 Uranium One is formed as a Canadian public company.
2007 Uranium One acquires UrAsia Energy Ltd. and a 70 percent stake in the Akdala and South Inkai uranium mines and a 30 percent in the Kyzylkum uranium mine in Kazakhstan.
2009 ROSATOM acquires a 19.95 percent interest in Uranium One Inc.
2010 Uranium One Inc. acquires the Willow Creek uranium mine and related properties in Wyoming, USA. Uranium One Inc. also acquires a 50 percent interest in the Akbastau uranium mine and a 49.67 percent interest in the Zarechnoye mine in Kazakhstan.
2010 ROSATOM acquires a 51.42 percent share in Uranium One Inc.
2011 Uranium One becomes the world’s fourth-largest uranium producer.
2012 Uranium One Inc. becomes the operator of the Mkuju River Project in Tanzania and acquires a minority interest.
2013 Uranium One shareholders approve a transaction to take the company private and Uranium One Inc. becomes a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of ROSATOM.
2013 Uranium One Holding N.V., a Netherlands-based company, is established as a platform for the development of the international uranium assets of ROSATOM.
2014 Moscow-based Uranium One Group is set up to become a strategic center for consolidating expertise in uranium mining and supporting further development of Uranium One as a global uranium market leader.
2016 Uranium One launches unified branding and a group-wide global communications platform to help expand opportunities in the uranium sector and develop new markets.
2017 Uranium One Trading AG, a Switzerland-based company, is established for operations in the spot market of natural uranium.
Uranium One: FBI Refuses To Release Three-Dozen Secret Memos Involving Clintons, Russia And Obama
The FBI has refused to declassify 37 pages of materials related to the Uranium One deal, citing national security and the privacy issues, reports The Hill‘s John Solomon. The documents are thought to contain information regarding then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s involvement, as well as the Obama administration’s knowledge of the controversial deal.
The existence of the documents became known after a recent Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) release of related material contained an entry entitled “Uranium One Transaction.” The publicly available portion includes benign material, such as public letters from members of Congress who demanded information on the Uranium One approval.
Perhaps the FBI’s unexpected “release” — and I use that word loosely, since they gave up no public information of importance — in the FOIA vault was a warning flare designed to remind America there might be evidence worth looking at.
One former U.S. official, who had access to the evidence shared with CFIUS during the Uranium One deal, said this to me: “There is definitely material that would be illuminating to the issues that have been raised. Somebody should fight to make it public.”
That somebody could be President Trump, who could add these 37 pages of now-secret documents to his declassification order he is considering in the Russia case. –The Hill
William Campbell and the FBI
In October of 2017, John Solomon and Alison Spann broke the story of former CIA and FBI undercover agent, William D Campbell – who remained unnamed until this year. Campbell was deeply embedded in the Russian nuclear industry while Robert Mueller was the Director of the FBI – which paid him a $51,000 “thank you” award for his service.
“For several years my relationship with the CIA consisted of being debriefed after foreign travel,” Campbell noted in his testimony, which was obtained by this reporter. “Gradually, the relationship evolved into the CIA tasking me to travel to specific countries to obtain specific information. In the 1990’s I developed a working relationship with Kazakhstan and Russia in their nuclear energy industries. When I told the CIA of this development, I was turned over to FBI counterintelligence agents.” –saracarter.com
While undercover, Campbell was forced by the Russians (with the FBI’s blessing) to launder large sums of money – which allowed the FBI to uncover a massive Russian “nuclear money laundering apparatus.” Campbell claims to have collected over 5,000 documents along with video evidence of money being stuffed into suitcases, Russians bragging about bribing the West, and millions of dollars routed to the Clinton foundation.
The evidence was compiled as Secretary Clinton courted Russia for better relations, as her husband former President Clinton collected a $500,000 speech payday in Moscow, and as the Obama administration approved the sale of a U.S. mining company, Uranium One, to Rosatom. –The Hill
Campbell initially discovered that Moscow had compromised an Maryland-based uranium trucking firm, Transport Logistics International (TLI) in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act – which bribed a Russian nuclear official in exchange for a contract transport Russian-mined U.S. uranium, including “yellowcake” uranium secured in the Uranium One deal.
He delivered bribes from TLI in $50,000 increments to Russian nuclear official Vadim Mikerin of Tenex. Under orders from the FBI in order to maintain his cover, Campbell fronted hundreds of thousands of dollars he says he was never reimbursed for. As a result of Campbell’s work, TLI co-president Mark Lambert was charged in an 11-count indictment in connection with the scheme, while Vadim Mikerin, who resides in Maryland, was prosecuted in 2015 and handed a four-year sentence.
Second, Campbell says that Russian nuclear officials revealed a scheme to route millions of dollars to the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) through lobbying firm ARPCO, which was expected to funnel a portion of its annual $3 million lobbying fee to the charity.
“The contract called for four payments of $750,000 over twelve months. APCO was expected to give assistance free of charge to the Clinton Global Initiative as part of their effort to create a favorable environment to ensure the Obama administration made affirmative decisions on everything from Uranium One to the U.S.-Russia Civilian Nuclear Cooperation agreement.“ -William Campbell
Campbell told Congressional investigators that the Uranium One deal along with billions in other uranium contracts inside the United States during the Obama administration was part of a “Russian uranium dominance strategy” involving Tenex and its American arm Tenem – both subsidiaries of state-owned Russian energy company Rosatom.
“The emails and documents I intercepted during 2010 made clear that Rosatom’s purchase of Uranium One – for both its Kazakh and American assets – was part of Russia’s geopolitical strategy to gain leverage in global energy markets,” he testified. “I obtained documentary proof that Tenex was helping Rosatom win CFIUS approval, including an October 6, 2010 email … asking me specifically to help overcome opposition to the Uranium One deal.”
“Rosatom/Tenex threw a party to celebrate, which was widely attended by American nuclear industry officials. At the request of the FBI, I attended and recorded video footage of Tenam’s new offices,” he added.
Officials with APCO – the lobbying firm accused of funneling the money to the Clinton Global Initiative, told The Hill that its support for CGI and its work for Russia were not connected in any way, and involved different divisions of the firm.
What did Obama know?
As Solomon notes, a giant question remains that may be solved by the release of the 37-pages of classified information; what did the Obama administration know about this?
Did the FBI notify then-President Obama, Hillary Clinton and other leaders on the CFIUS board about Rosatom’s dark deeds before the Uranium One sale was approved, or did the bureau drop the ball and fail to alert policymakers?
Neither outcome is particularly comforting. Either the United States, eyes wide open, approved giving uranium assets to a corrupt Russia, or the FBI failed to give the evidence of criminality to the policymakers before such a momentous decision. –The Hill
Campbell says that his FBI handlers assured him that Obama had been briefed by then-FBI Diretor Mueller on Rosatom’s criminal activities as part of the president’s daily briefing, however “politics” was the reason that the sale was approved anyway.
After Solomon broke the Campbell story, Democrats viciously attacked Campbell, a cancer-stricken man showered by praise by the Obama administration at a 2016 celebration dinner in Crystal City, VA. Since his undercover work in Russia, Campbell has undergone 35 intensive radiation treatments after being diagnosed with brain cancer and leukemia.
Michael Isikoff of Yahoo News wrote an article slamming Campbell – saying he would be a “disaster” as a witness because some of his claims could not be documented, an anonymous source told Isikoff (Isikoff’s Yahoo News article was used by the FBI to support the FISA spy warrant on Trump aide Carter Page, after Isikoff was fed information by Christopher Steele).
Meanwhile, in a move which can only be interpreted as an effort to protect the FBI, the Obama administration and the Clintons, AG Jeff Sessions and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein even tried to suggest the nuclear bribery case uncovered by Campbell is not connected to the Uranium One deal.
Via John Solomon last November:
“Attorney General Jeff Sessions in testimony last week and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in a letter to the Senate last month tried to suggest there was no connection between Uranium One and the nuclear bribery case. Their argument was that the criminal charges weren’t filed until 2014, while the Committee of Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) approval of the Uranium One sale occurred in October 2010.” –The Hill
This rubbed several Congressional GOP the wrong way:
“Attorney General Sessions seemed to say that the bribery, racketeering and money laundering offenses involving Tenex’s Vadim Mikerin occurred after the approval of the Uranium One deal by the Obama administration. But we know that the FBI’s confidential informant was actively compiling incriminating evidence as far back as 2009,” Rep. Ron DeSantis, (R-Fla.) told The Hill, adding “It is hard to fathom how such a transaction could have been approved without the existence of the underlying corruption being disclosed”
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a similar rebuke to Rosenstein, saying the deputy attorney general’s first response to the committee “largely missed the point” of the congressional investigations.
Between the DOJ stonewalling Campbell and the MSM smear job he was subjected to after he went public, perhaps it’s more important than ever that those 37 pages see the light of day.
From the Ole’ Buzzard and other sources:
We allege a conspiracy among those of a loosely connected cartel competing to monopolize Uranium markets … like the DeBeers Diamond cartel controls the diamond markets. We allege a conspiracy that has emerged centered Nationally in the U.S.A. with control relationships scattered Globally. We anticipate a confederacy who have no allegiance to any State or Rule of Law. Uranium markets are evolving for Globalists by Globalists. Suffice it to say, there are shots already being fired during opening salvos leading to a unique battle royal for control of Uranium resources and processes … a battle evolving uncomprehend right under our noses.
- Introduction: (834 words in the introduction)
Monopoly of Uranium Markets …
Monopoly Conspiracies in Uranium Markets…
Playing Monopoly and Chess with Uranium Markets …
In another day, we planted, harvested, labored and lived by the “Old Farmer’s Almanac.” The adage “Red sky at night, Sailor’s delight” and “Red sky at morning, Sailors take warning” reliably predicted the near-term weather as did the Almanac also reliably predict the long-term weather. Entire generations of Mariners, Loggers, Miners, Farmers, Ranchers, and others who worked land and sea lived by the Almanac and the Adage.
So too, we heed similar warnings springing from decades of experience and observation … valid warnings that are not necessarily crunched into and out of 21st Century computers. Computers aside, we have apprehended these valid warnings that point to and predict conspiracy just as the good old reliable Almanac and simple Adage consistently and accurately predicted the weather.
Based on our learning, experience, investigation, observation and intuition, we allege a conspiracy among those of a loosely connected consortium competing to monopolize Uranium markets … like the DeBeers Diamond cartel. We allege a conspiracy that has already emerged centered Nationally in the U.S.A. with control relationships scattered Globally. We anticipate a confederacy among the conspirators who have no allegiance to any State or Rule of Law. Therefore, Uranium markets are evolving for Globalists by Globalists.
Figuratively speaking, there are shots already fired … opening salvos leading to a unique battle royal for control of Uranium resources and processes … a battle building under our noses … a battle here-to-for uncomprehend.
“Red sky at morning, Sailors take warning”
We know the competing conspirators. Our focus herein is to connect them. We begin with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev, President Donald Trump, Senator Orrin Hatch, Policy Impact Communications, Utah’s Goodfellas, and others letting the “chips fall where they may” along the way.
Definition and clarification of term … “Goodfella(s)” … Those on the far leftist left and the farthest RINO right and all in between who with impunity and for plunder, profit, and power subvert the rule of law and good governance.
At this point, a nose ripping, acrid, eye burning, cordite essence springs from within a heap of stinking Global roadkill that is overwhelmingly convincing of a Uranium hijacking by this newly emerging cartel. We sense the smoking guns within but don’t yet have a complete grip on them. However, after digging into the heap, we find that the weight of the evidence thus far is convincingly persuasive enough to write about it. Already there exists a Uranium coup birthed in and surrounded by mountains of evidence of corruption … evidencing a remarkable scope and sequence of events and persons. Ergo … the Clintons and “Uranium One.”
For an arrogant, elite, oligarchy, it’s a game … a daunting, complex, sometimes hazardous yet delightfully rewarding and energizing game of monopoly and chess combined to subvert the rule of law and good governance. Only they, the anointed Goodfellas, consider themselves destined and qualified to control the Uranium resource. Nation State leaders and their factotums will hijack with impunity … hijack for plunder, profit, and power regardless the abject poverty and deprivation of their citizens … unwashed rabble who have, without recourse, unwittingly yielded up themselves to lives that are, “… nasty, mean, brutish, and short.”
What’s currently so “hot” about Nuclear?
We learn from “The World Nuclear Association,” Nuclear Power in the USA (Updated August 2018) The USA is the world’s largest producer of nuclear power, accounting for more than 30% of worldwide nuclear generation of electricity. The country’s 99 nuclear reactors produced 805 billion kWh in 2017, 20% of total electrical output. There are two reactors under construction. Following a 30-year period in which few new reactors were built, it is expected that two more new units will come online soon after 2020, these resulting from 16 license applications made since mid-2007 to build 24 new nuclear reactors. Government policy changes since the late 1990s have helped pave the way for significant growth in nuclear capacity.
The following chart was built by “The World Nuclear Association.” From it we may conclude that the market is in the making and ripe for picking. Notice the graph “surge” in predicted build rates between 2016 and 2025? We’re talking hundreds of Billions of $$$$$ in future potential.
From an “Investor Intel” June 18, 2018 article, “Is the Uranium sector about to come back to life?” Currently in more than 12 countries, 71 nuclear reactors are under construction, 165 are planned, and 315 are proposed. China plans to spend $2.4 trillion to expand its nuclear power generation by 6,600%. Demand side growth in new nuclear reactors continue to grow with ‘first fills’ for new reactors requiring three times the uranium up front as annual burn. Japan is restarting idled capacity, and the primary producers are cutting back on production.
- Who in this amorphous “mix” is setting out to hijack the Uranium market? (1146 words)
We characterize this as an amorphous “mix” because the fat lady has yet to sing over the winners and losers at the end of game. We suspect they are all in it together to some extent. And, as expected, we’ve encountered their False Flags, Interlocking and Convoluted Corporate Ownerships, and Control Relationships replete with complicity, duplicity, hypocrisy, mendacity and fraud.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, a Summa Cum Laude Net Worth Individual (We invented the term “Summa Cum Laude Net Worth” for his degree of wealth.) arguably the most wealthy and powerful single person on Earth, who successfully swings his weight with relative impunity over everyone, everywhere, anytime he wants. From the “Town and Country” article, “How Much Is Vladimir Putin Actually Worth? It depends who you ask” by Sam Dangremond, July 16, 2018. Last year, Hermitage Capital Management CEO Bill Browder told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he believes the Russian president is “the richest man in the world” with a net worth of $200 billion. Browder has some bona fides to back up his Russia connections; the financier’s firm was once the largest portfolio investor in Russia. And we cite a recent “Forbes” article …
- “Voted the world’s most powerful person four times between 2013 and 2016, Russia’s president has exerted his country’s influence around the world.
- An FBI investigation is underway to determine whether Trump’s campaign had a relationship with high ranking Russian officials during the elections.
- Trump and Putin have denied the allegations, though Facebook admitted that 126 million Americans saw political ads purchased by Russian organizations.
- Born in 1952 in Saint Petersburg, Putin served as Prime Minister for one year during Yeltsin’s presidency and ascended to the highest office in 2000.
- Putin’s international influence stems largely from Europe’s dependence on Russian oil and gas, state-owned Gazprom is one of EU’s largest suppliers.
Bill and Hillary Clinton are Ultra High Net Worth Individuals still in the middle of the Uranium One “brawl” as they engage in a battle that could go in any direction including to jail.
A story by Al Perrotta Published in “The Stream” on October 27, 2017 goes like this, To recap: an FBI investigation had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States. The FBI kept the investigation under wraps. The FBI knew about the Putin bribery effort and didn’t bother to tell Congress. And maybe even the people on CFIUS not named Eric Holder or Hillary Clinton. As part of that effort to gain control of the mining company Uranium One, Russian nuclear officials gave some $145 million to the Clinton Foundation. Secretary of State Clinton was then serving on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, a group deciding the fate of the deal. That sale put 20% of our nation’s uranium in the hands of Vladimir Putin. See the rest here.
Kazakhstan’s Oligarch President Nursultan Nazarbayev is arguably another of the Globe’s elite Summa Cum Laude Net Worth individuals (We invented the term “Summa Cum Laude Net Worth” for his degree of wealth.). He is, without peer, a sinister and corrupt individual who has, like an Octopus, tentacles and reach into the U.S. Government (USG) and other Nation States.
Allegations of Nazarbayev’s corruption from Wikipedia:
Over the course of Nazarbayev’s presidency, there have been an increasing number of accusations of corruption and favoritism directed against Nazarbayev and his circle. Critics say that the country’s government has come to resemble a clan system.
According to The New Yorker, in 1999 Swiss banking officials discovered $8,500,000,000 in an account apparently belonging to Nazarbayev; the money, intended for the Kazakh treasury, had in part been transferred through accounts linked to James Giffen. Subsequently, Nazarbayev successfully pushed for a parliamentary bill granting him legal immunity, as well as another designed to legalese money laundering, angering critics further. When Kazakh opposition newspaper Respublika reported in 2002 that Nazarbayev had in the mid-1990s secretly stashed away $1,000,000,000 of state oil revenue in Swiss bank accounts, the decapitated carcass of a dog was left outside the newspaper’s offices, with a warning reading “There won’t be a next time”; the dog’s head later turned up outside editor Irina Petrushova’s apartment, with a warning reading “There will be no last time.” The newspaper was firebombed as well.
In May 2007, the Parliament of Kazakhstan approved a constitutional amendment which would allow Nazarbayev to seek re-election as many times as he wishes. This amendment applies specifically and only to Nazarbayev, since it states that the first president will have no limits on how many times he can run for office, but subsequent presidents will be restricted to a five-year term.
Kazakhstan has never held an election meeting international standards.
From Jocelyn Aspa July 04, 2016, “10 Top Uranium-producing Countries” Uranium production has steadily risen over the years, increasing by over 4,000 tonnes from 2014 to 2015. In 2015, the world’s total uranium production was 60,514 tonnes. This number represents a significant spike from the 56,041 tonnes produced in 2014, as well as from the 59,331 tonnes produced in 2013. Number one Kazakhstan Mine production: 23,800 tonnes. Once again, Kazakhstan is the world’s leading producer of uranium. The country has steadily rose (risen) in production since 2009 through to 2015, with 39 percent of world production last year. In 2015, Kazakhstan produced 23,800 tonnes, which is a significant leap from 2014’s 23,127 tonnes. The country’s government is planning to build a Russian nuclear power reactor, possibly at Kurchatov, by 2025. Kazakhstan holds 12 percent of the world’s uranium resources with an expanding mine sector and is planning to increase that by 2018.
June 21, 2007, Shannon Stapleton A Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter claims that former President Bill Clinton falsely denied hosting a meeting with Kazakh officials when she tried to write a story that involved his foundation several years ago. Jo Becker, who works on the newspaper’s investigative desk, said Clinton only confirmed the meeting took place after she informed him there were photographs. Clinton’s role in a deal that involved Kazakhstan, the Russian government, and a man who donated millions to the president’s charitable foundation were detailed in a story by Becker here
Nazarbayev has been accused of human rights abuses by several human rights organisations and, according to The Guardian, has suppressed dissent and presided over an authoritarian regime. No election held in Kazakhstan since independence has been judged to be free or fair by the West. (Wikipedia)
III. President Donald Trump, Senator Orrin Hatch, Policy Impact Communications, Utah’s Goodfellas (1514 words)
President Donald Trump (Summa Cum Laude Net Worth) is a player indeed. Is he in on the “hijack” or just an unwitting part time participant and spectator? We’ve of necessity lumped President Trump and Senator Hatch (High Net Worth) together. It will be obvious why. Here’s what we observe about their connections to Uranium that are persuasive of collusion, collaboration, and conspiracy.
We’ll begin at the “Bears Ears” … a cornucopia of Uranium ore … and work backward.
Q: Did Oligarch Senator Orrin Hatch as the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance (Arguably the most powerful committee of the Senate) and President pro tempore of the Senate have enough “juice” to hold President Trump hostage to favors asked? Did he have the juice to get the President involved in hijacking and downsizing the Bears Ears?
A: Yes … case in point was, Effort to shrink Bears Ears National Monument started before Donald Trump was elected president. Sen. Orrin Hatch and Donald Trump Jr., the president’s son, were key players in the anti-monument campaign. The quid pro quo being Hatch’s “all in” over the Trump tax plan. See here and here.
We announce that Orrin Hatch is the “Poster Father,” the “Maximus,” the “Big Kahuna” of the “quid pro quo.” Hatch has a documented history of seldom doing anything political without there being something of considerable monetary value in it for him. With that in mind, the reader is encouraged to speculate with us about just what and how much is going to be attached to the end game for Hatch.
Q: Did Hatch have enough Utah “juice” to marshal sufficient local support for the
“Bears Ears” hijack?
A: Absolutely! —- From the article here, Every elected official from the mayors to the commissioners, every single elected representative, got engaged in it. It was the real, Utah cumulative, everybody-pull-together kind of thing. …. Strategy sessions began with Gov. Gary Herbert, House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, San Juan County commissioners, state lawmakers and the Utah federal delegation to figure out the best approach to prod the incoming administration to act.
Hatch’s 40+ years of influence is malignant. In Utah, he has packed the Federal Criminal Justice system with his nominees, is a darling of the Mormon Church, and has his moles and “step’n fetch its” in every major media outlet.
Q: Is the Bears Ears’ real estate connected to more than just Utah?
A: Indeed, but the connections although convincing are at times a bit vague and convoluted. For example, Uranium One Inc. and Energy Fuels (players in the Bears Ears) headquarters are within 2 minutes walking distance of each other in Toronto yet the corporate connection is but the thinnest of threads involving sales transactions that might not be persuasive of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. On the other hand, the Bears Ears Monument Hijack freed up prime, Energy Fuels mining resources to future exploitation… we repeat “exploitation.” As for Kazakhstan territory, you’ll see from what follows how Hatch and others have worked to fold Kazakhstan into the mix. Kazakhstan has been an historical backyard for Russian Nuclear activities. From above we repeat, … the country’s (Kazakhstan) government is planning to build a Russian nuclear power reactor, possibly at Kurchatov, by 2025. Kazakhstan holds 12 percent of the world’s uranium resources with an expanding mine sector and is planning to increase that by 2018.
From “The Nuclear Threat Initiative” we learn, When the Soviet Union collapsed in December 1991, Kazakhstan inherited 1,410 nuclear warheads and the Semipalatinsk nuclear weapon test site. By April 1995 Kazakhstan had repatriated its nuclear warhead inventory back to Russia, destroying the nuclear testing infrastructure at Semipalatinsk by July 2000. With assistance from the United States and Russia, most of the weapons-grade nuclear material remaining in Kazakhstan was removed to the United States or Russia or down-blended, Kazakhstan still holds a small amount of HEU at two civilian nuclear institutes with operational research reactors.
Kazakhstan is home to some of the world’s most abundant uranium deposits, accounting for 39% of the total world supply extracted from mines in 2016. Russia, China, and Japan all import large quantities of uranium from Kazakhstan. Established in 1997 by the Kazakhstani government, Kazatomprom controls all the country’s uranium exploration, mining and other nuclear activities.
Watch while we fold the evil, imperial Oligarch, President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s Kazakhstan into the mix of it.
Q: What proxies, nominees, and “Goodfellas,” does Hatch employ/deploy to
accomplish his ends in Washington and Utah?
A: In Washington … we are aware of “ Policy Impact Communications (PIC). We equate them with “Kissinger and Associates.” One need only to review the roster of their associates and principal to understand more clearly that William Nixon Sr. & Jr. (PIC Principal) are hooked at the hip with Hatch. As youth, Nixon Sr. and Hatch were in the same Mormon Mission area as Missionaries together. Later, Nixon Jr. worked on Hatch’s first campaign. The Nixon’s PIC lobbies for Kazakhstan and they have referenced Hatch in their foreign agent’s registration application. Hatch sponsored S.3413 – A bill to authorize the extension of nondiscriminatory treatment (normal trade relations treatment) to the products of Kazakhstan …114th Congress (2015-2016) found here. We allege that by doing so Hatch positioned the Goodfellas to exploit Utah’s resources. We repeat that Hatch never extends his assistance to anyone for anything without there already being in place some significant recompense or “quid pro quo.”
PIC is an interesting entity comprised of the Nixons and a roster of luminaries to include an Ambassador, a Major General, a former Congressman, and a remarkable bevy of area and political professionals who could form a Presidential cabinet with relative ease. And adding to the foregoing mix is a peerless Special Operations professional whose resume and capacity would make James Bond look like a piker … and … make one’s hair stand on end depending on which side of him you were positioned at the time. We call them what they undoubtedly are Hatch’s “Skunk Works.”
PIC went to great lengths to promote and legitimize Kazakhstan. An agreement was negotiated by way of the April 30, 2009 Policy Impact Communications, Inc. Services Agreement. PIC enlisted the support of key Senate and House Members for the relevant legislation which was, To Authorize the Extension of Non-Discriminatory Treatment – Normal Trade Relations Treatment – to the Products of Kazakhstan.” Beginning with key supporters of Kazakhstan in both chambers of Congress, PIC used this base to promote passage of these measures through the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees, respectively.
PIC went on to list Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah); Bob Bennett (R-Utah); and Members of the Central Asia Caucus and Members of the Friends of Kazakhstan Caucus. Utah’s Congressman Rob Bishop also turned up on Kazakhstan friends’ list.
As noted above, Hatch eventually followed up and sponsored a bill to grant normal trade relations treatment to Kazakhstan.
But out of the blue … an August 5, 2011 letter from The Project on Government Oversight to A.G. Holder forwarded the following allegations. Excerpts follow ….
A letter filed in an ongoing civil case in U.S. District Court raises serious concerns that the Republic of Kazakhstan may have unlawfully financed sitting members of Congress. Purportedly a letter from the Kazakh ambassador in Washington, DC, to the President of Kazakhstan, the document asserts that the Kazakh Embassy has established a caucus of U.S. lawmakers and is encouraging them to act on behalf of the Republic of Kazakhstan by financing the lawmakers through a “special foreign currency Fund.” Although serious questions have been raised about the authenticity of the letter and the credibility and motives of the person who obtained it, we believe there is sufficient circumstantial evidence to warrant an independent and official investigation, and we urge you to conduct such an investigation. The FARA filings show that Policy Impact Communications was retained by the Republic of Kazakhstan to “[s]uccessfully complete the formation and influential implementation of the Central Asia Caucus. This caucus was intended to “utilize the potential of the existing Congressional Friends of Kazakhstan Caucus, while preserving and further developing good will and positive attitudes of the Caucus’s co-chairs and members towards Kazakhstan and the Embassy.” Policy Impact Communications informed the Kazakh Embassy that it would use both the Friends of Kazakhstan Caucus and the Central Asia Caucus as “assets” to conduct a “comprehensive public relations campaign” on behalf of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In addition, employees from firms hired by the Republic of Kazakhstan have donated thousands of dollars to members of Congress who have taken leadership roles in the most recent caucus, the Central Asia Caucus. These contributions do not prove that money was being funneled from the Embassy to members of Congress. But the donations are nonetheless significant considering that every member of Congress that has served as a co-chair of the Central Asia Caucus has received contributions from a lobbying firm that was hired to establish that caucus.
The ongoing dispute between Aliyev and the Republic of Kazakhstan has brought to light allegations of questionable activities involving efforts to influence U.S. policy by parties on both sides, including an allegation that the Kazakh government is funneling money to members of the U.S. Congress. And while the defendants as well as officials from the Republic of Kazakhstan have strongly challenged the authenticity of the letter that underpins that charge, other facts present sufficient evidence to warrant an independent investigation. If anything, the contested nature of the letter makes an independent inquiry all the more necessary.
- It’s all about Uranium One … or is that all? (764 Words)
The time is ripening for a Nuclear new day dawning.
So, what’s the big deal about promoting and sponsoring Kazakhstan as a favored nation and promoting the evil oligarch President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s agenda? What on Earth could be his agenda? “Blessed be the ties that bind,” a hymn from books in Churches across the Nation. What are the blessed ties that bind Nazarbayev most closely and securely and to whom for what?
From Wikipedia we learn that, On 24 April 1990 Nazarbayev was named the first President of Kazakhstan by the Supreme Soviet. He supported Russian President Boris Yeltsin against the attempted coup in August 1991 by Soviet hardliners. Nazarbayev was close enough to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev for Gorbachev to consider him for the post of Vice President of the Soviet Union; however, Nazarbayev turned the offer down.
We’ll pause here and describe, “The Supreme Soviet.” The Supreme Soviet (Russian: Верховный Совет, Verkhóvnyj Sovét, English: literally “Supreme Council”) was the common name for the legislative bodies (parliaments) of the Soviet socialist republics (SSR) in the Soviet Union. These soviets were modeled after the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union, established in 1938, and were nearly identical. Soviet-approved delegates to the Supreme Soviets were periodically elected in unopposed elections.
The Soviet Union disintegrated following the failed coup, though Nazarbayev was highly concerned with maintaining the close economic ties between Kazakhstan and Russia. In the country’s first presidential election, held on 1 December, he appeared alone on the ballot and won 91.5% of the vote. On 21 December, he signed the Alma-Ata Protocol, taking Kazakhstan into the Commonwealth of Independent States.
We allege that Nazarbayev is a “Poster Oligarch” for another adage … “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” Time has already demonstrated to us that his allegiance is to Russia yet he’s inching along toward the United States as President Trump, Orrin Hatch, PIC and others hold arms wide open for him. And … we believe that the real nexus to Putin may very well run covertly through Kazakhstan’s Nazarbayev.
So far, we have identified the shapeshifting, interlocking, and often conveniently coincidental connections between: Uranium One Inc. and Energy Fuels (within 2 minutes walking distance of each other in Toronto); the Bears Ears Hijacking; the Clintons; Russia’s ROSATOM (Founder Vladimir Putin by signed law); Presidents Putin & Trump; Policy Impact Communications; Orrin Hatch; Kazakhstan’s Nazarbayev; and persuasive allegations and a complaint about U.S. Legislators on the take. The lines that connect, although thinly veiled and convoluted in many respects, are clearly persuasive of an impending Nuclear coup. Finally, there is also a persuasive body of technical evidence that the time is ripening for a Nuclear new day dawning.
Conclusion: All the above convinces us that Policy Impact Communications and Hatch’s skunk works has “crafted” the Kazakhstan monopoly, political chess and policy games to influence the United States Government. Within and surrounding the construct of these machinations there has been and will continue to be a glut of corrupt conduct and activities. Ergo once more the Clintons.
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch has sponsored legislation to facilitate this. Oligarch Hatch and Utah’s Goodfellas hijacked Bears Ears. Hatch and others have downsized the Bears Ears and other Utah properties to free them up and control them for exploitation by insider Goodfellas. Russia is in the game and all players are loosely synced up together.
Were we to be availed of subpoena power, access to grand juries, and a squad of steely eyed agents, this investigation would be a REAL adventure. As it stands currently, there’s this one room called “The Buzzard’s Cave,” the internet, lowly me and you all that are left to get the job done.
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