Elder Patriot – The massive scope of the forces aligned against Donald Trump begins to make sense only if you look beyond the partisanship of domestic politics.
After all, we’ve had bitterly contested elections before Clinton-Trump but we’ve never seen one political party, the global elites, and their media apparatchiks, engage in the kind of concerted effort to criminalize their opponent as we’ve seen with the campaign, and eventual election, of Donald Trump.
That’s an awful lot of effort, by an awful lot of people, to protect a $2 billion scam that involved maybe a couple of hundred people at most.
But, what if the corruption that governed the operation of the Clinton Foundation was only the tip of a much larger iceberg – one that involves perhaps tens of thousands of global elites running a multi-trillion dollar operation deliberately abusing their powers to redistribute the world’s wealth?
We’ve noted before that there are literally trillions – perhaps tens of trillions of dollars in downstream benefits to those who control the government.
Percent Share of Global Wealth
That chart certainly doesn’t lend any support to the political and multinational corporate elites claims that they’re working hard for the people.
Americans’ experiencing the personal realities of those policies didn’t need a study to know for themselves that their elected representatives were representing everyone but them.
They took a chance on the outsider who promised to tear down the global construct that had turned national and global governance into a single criminal enterprise aimed at owning all of the world’s wealth.
Events of last week – November 29, 2018 – may be indicative that something big towards that promise, is now underway. Three raids were conducted and an indictment was presented that may portend the take-down of a global criminal syndicate.
Jeff Carlson, writing for the Epoch Times, reported on the four events of November 29th:
The Daily Caller reported on Nov. 29 that the FBI had raided the home of whistleblower Dennis Nathan Cain.
Cain isn’t just any whistleblower. He retains a top-level security clearance and maintains a number of security-related credentials, according to his resume, which has since been deleted online. Specialties include the FISA Amendment Act (FAA) Section 702 and USSID SP0018 Minimization Procedures and Signals Intelligence Authorities.
According to the article, Cain “privately delivered documents pertaining to the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One to a government watchdog, according to the whistleblower’s attorney.”
“The Justice Department’s inspector general was informed that the documents show that federal officials failed to investigate potential criminal activity regarding former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Clinton Foundation and Rosatom, the Russian company that purchased Uranium One,” the article states.
On Nov. 29, federal agents raided the offices of Alderman Edward Burke, a powerful Chicago politician who has held his position in Chicago politics for 50 years.
The Burke investigation, according to the Chicago Tribune, “was being conducted in conjunction with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago, not Mueller’s office.” Additionally, the Sun-Times reported, “the raids were in response to new allegations, and not prompted by any past controversies that have swirled around Burke.”
Dan Mihalopoulos, a reporter for WBEZ in Chicago, was somewhat more direct: “Worth also noting today: Burke’s huge role in the local Democratic judge-making process. One judge just told me, ‘Everyone’s crapping themselves here.’”
Also on Nov. 29, Deutsche Bank’s headquarters was also raided by German officials. Transactions being examined by investigators relate to the bank’s wealth-management division, which previously has come under scrutiny.
According to a spokeswoman for prosecutors, the investigation covers the five-year period from 2013 to 2018 and is related to disclosures made in the Panama Papers—11.5 million leaked documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, then the world’s fourth-biggest provider of offshore services.
Deutsche was one of Danske’s correspondent banks, as are JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America.
Danske Bank has admitted that approximately $230 billion has flowed through one of its units in Estonia, but the focus now appears to be shifting to [the] other financial institutions:
“Howard Wilkinson, a former Danske Bank A/S manager who blew the whistle on its multibillion-dollar laundromat, told lawmakers in Brussels that when it comes to shell companies, or limited liability partnerships, the U.K. is ‘worst of all.’ He said he was legally prevented from naming the other banks involved, but urged lawmakers to treat the Danske scandal as a case that goes well beyond its core in Estonia,” Bloomberg reported Nov. 21.
Lastly, in a Nov. 29 DOJ press release, three executives including Abul Huda Farouki were charged “for their roles in a scheme to defraud U.S. military contracts in Afghanistan, engaging in illegal commerce in Iran, and laundering money internationally.” Farouki was the CEO of Anham, a defense contractor based in the United Arab Emirates
What makes this especially suspicious is this wasn’t the first time Farouki or his company have been involved in allegations of misconduct.
In a 2013 article by The Daily Caller, headlined “Clinton Donors Get a Pass on Shady Contracting,” Farouki and his company were highlighted:
“In June 2011, the Defense Department’s Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR) released a scathing report on a defense contracting company called Anham. The title of the report and its conclusion were the same: ‘Poor Government Oversight of Anham and Its Subcontracting Procedures Allowed Questionable Costs to Go Undetected.’”
The article then asked a simple question: Given prior violations, how was Anham able to secure an $8 billion contract in Afghanistan that “allowed it to illegally ship supplies through two Iranian border crossings and a seaport controlled by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard?”
The $8 billion contract, along with the illegal shipment of supplies, being cited in the 2013 article appear to be exactly the same violations being alleged in the 2018 DOJ indictment. So why weren’t Farouki and his company charged with these same, known violations back in 2013?
Only a crazy conspiracy theorist like me would ask whether this is in any way tied to the Iran nuclear deal?
The answer may lie within Farouki’s many connections to the Democratic Party. The Daily Caller notes that Farouki is a longtime donor to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), and donated to Obama for America in 2008. But Farouki’s closest ties lie with the Clintons and their Foundation.
Are these four completely unrelated events? Perhaps. But considering the seemingly coordinated nature of these events, coupled with the ever increasing (if that’s even possible) manic level of blowback from the propaganda mercenary media, something much bigger may be unfolding.