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  • 4 years ago
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    Your question: "Why did Bill Clinton buddy up to Vlad Putin?!? https://static01.nyt.com/images/2015/04/...

    Update: here's a hint: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/24/us/cas... "


    Now that you know, it is more important to know what that means for United States national security and how to implement strategy and tactics to stop the harm from continuing and reverse it as soon as possible.

    It is an unfortunate fact of live for the electorate that corruption of that sort has become more and more common over the last 40 years such that it is now more or less the norm in Congress and among Presidents and their appointees.

    It is something that rarely if ever gets into what many of us euphemistically refer to as national and international news, i.e., the propaganda.

    Russian counterintelligence has many friends in the United States. What do you think the two Senators cited below were doing while still in the Senate? Probably more of the same:

    "Russian bank hires two former U.S. senators [former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, R-Miss., and former Senator John Breaux, D-La.,] U.S. sanctions against Russia are becoming a boon for Washington’s lobbyists"

    by Alexander Cohen, The Center for Public Integrity, September 2, 2014


    Please memorize this nuclear physics fact: Uranium is the stuff from which plutonium 239, the main ingredient of nuclear fission bombs, is made. Nuclear fission bombs are used to initiate the more powerful nuclear fusion bombs. Pu-239 is extracted from spent fuel by means of certain solvents and other chemical processes and high speed centrifuges.


    It should mean a lot to you after reading the article at link below:

    "The article, in January 2013, detailed how the Russian atomic energy agency, Rosatom, had taken over a Canadian company with uranium-mining stakes stretching from Central Asia to the American West. The deal made Rosatom one of the world’s largest uranium producers and brought Mr. Putin closer to his goal of controlling much of the global uranium supply chain.... 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."

    by JO BECKER and MIKE McINTIRE, 23 April 2015, The New York Times


    The Russian Federation is the source of Iran’s nuclear technology, far more than enough to produce nuclear weapons of various yields ad hoc, and for the weapons used by Assad of Syria; Iran supplies Hezbollah in Lebanon who in turn fight for Assad, mostly due to sectarian loyalty, i.e., they intend to exterminate Sunnis in favor of Shiites. Iran is also sponsoring Shiite militias in Yemen. Iran intends to overthrow the Sunni dictatorship in Saudi Arabia and replace it with a Shiite dictatorship controlled by Iran.

    "Tehran (AFP) - The Iranian foreign minister’s reported handshake with US President Barack Obama triggered chants of "Death to America" in Tehran’s parliament... Despite the July 14 nuclear accord between Tehran and world powers led by the United States, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said Washington remains Tehran’s ‘number one enemy’."

    Agence France-Presse (AFP), 30 September 2015


    A previous administration followed the same line of unreasoning and treason, but at a much lower price in our national security:

    "On the surface, selling arms to a country that state-sponsors terrorism, of course, clearly, you’d have to argue it’s wrong... But it’s the exception sometimes that proves the rule…. I think history has to prove whether it’s wrong... I think it is debatable, and I think on the surface, you can make the case that it’s wrong... I think we could argue that it was right.” – George H.W. Bush, 1987, in regard to illegal sales of weapons to the Islamic Republic of Iran

    by Matthew Purdy, Inquirer Washington Bureau, 29 January 1987



    Given the popularity of using suicide bombers to urge infidels to submit to Islam, one should consider the options available to those who can produce nuclear weapons, because it is almost inevitable that the term "suicide bombers" is going to take on new dimensions one of these days, particularly as more psychotic megalomaniacs of the Islamic variety acquire nuclear weapons. When that happens, this historic event will seem like a trivial incident:

    "The 7 July 2005 London bombings (often referred to as 7/7) were a series of coordinated suicide attacks [by Islamic terrorists] in central London, which targeted civilians using the public transport system during the morning rush hour."


    Mini Nukes

    One day some Islam inspired terrorists will almost certainly develop or acquire miniaturized nukes which they could then use in lieu of C4 or other conventional military explosives. Miniaturized nuclear devices are derivatives of the nuclear artillery shell developed in the 1950s.

    "Thus far, only the United States and the Soviet Union/Russian Federation are known to have possessed nuclear weapons programs developed and funded well enough to manufacture miniaturized nuclear weapons..."


  • just
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    4 years ago

    Bill Clinton ran the sketchy military operations in Russia during his time as president. Some CIA stuff where we are right now, crimea and ukraine. We were cleaning up the residual stuff from the civil wars like that thing in checko-slavakia. I don't really care which places were at civil war, I just know they were and I am glad we didn't publically go in.

    But because of all that stuff, Bill and Vlad and even the other guy before Vlad, Boris Yeltsin. Because Boris was in office until 1999. Bill was always a diplomat to Russia and I think he always is working on that relationship. Because Bill Clinton has his hands in everything like Tony Soprano kinda.

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