The Clinton Chronicles . . . unbelievable! ~J

Published on May 25, 2014
Thanks to D.

The definitive documentary exposing who the Clinton’s really are. And, their cooperation with the CIA drug running programmed code name “Black Rose”. The head of Black Rose was a US President named the White Rose (George Herbert Walker Bush: G.H.W.B.), once director of the CIA, member of the Council on Foreign Relations, chief of Black Rose operation drug runner in exchange for weapons (illicit drugs flown in, weapons flown out, just like current “Operation Fast & Furious”), a former ambassador to the evil United Nations, and a bisexual pedophile SATANIST. See Ted Gunderson Chronicles. Hillary Clinton ran the “Rose” law firm in Arkansas to launder all the illicit drug money through the BCCI, Bank of Commercial Commerce International that was shut down in 1991 for drug money laundering.

RESEARCH LINKS:

New World Order
http://www.educate-yourself.org/nwo/
http://www.educate-yourself.org/nwo/n…

Ted Gunderson
http://www.educate-yourself.org/tg/

Rockefeller File:
http://www.educate-yourself.org/ga/RF…

Mind Control, Brice Taylor
http://www.educate-yourself.org/mc/

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Take Your Word? CNN Blames State Department Hack on Russia Without Evidence / Sputnik International

http://sputniknews.com/us/20150311/1019361445.html

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“Overlooked in the controversy over Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server, is the fact that suspected Russian hackers have bedeviled State Department’s email system for much of the past year…” the CNN article begins.

The allegation of “Russian hackers” stems from an incident last November in which the State Department detected “activity of concern” within its email system.

After spotting activity within its unclassified network, the department shut down its system for an entire weekend in order to beef up its cybersecurity. While an official told CNN that there was “no compromise of any of the Department’s classified systems,” he did say that the cyberattack bore similarities to hacking attempts against the White House.

US officials blamed both hacks on Russia, without providing any evidence.

“We’ve been hearing a series of groundless allegations against Russia recently,” Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said at the time, according to CNN. “So we can’t take them seriously any longer unless there’s proof.”

Far from over, CNN took the latest Clinton email scandal as an excuse to continue promoting the government’s baseless accusations.

“Russian hackers, likely working for the Russian government, are suspected in the State Department hack,” the article reads.

In its defense, the network tries to cover itself by attributing the allegation to director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, who told a Senate hearing last month that the “Russian cyber threat is more severe than we have previously thought.”

But a vague statement from a government official is far from proof.

The allegations speak to a familiar hypocrisy within the American government. Last May, US Attorney General Eric Holder announced that the Chinese military was hacking into the networks of American companies. Responding to these allegations, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang called the charges “extremely absurd,” and that the US “has fabricated facts.”

Yet spying on American corporations is exactly what the National Security Agency has been doing. The revelations of former contractor Edward Snowden revealed the extent of the NSA’s spying apparatus, and new details continue to emerge.

Just this Tuesday – the same day CNN restated unchecked facts about the Russian hackers – it was revealed that the CIA had been pursuing methods of breaking through the encryption of tech giant Apple. Installing secret, digital backdoors into Apple’s software, the government hoped to use the company’s products to spy on consumers.

Given the NSA’s history of accusing the Chinese for its own actions, maybe the State Department should question James Clapper before pointing the blame at Russia.

At the very least, perhaps CNN should dig a little deeper, rather than take government officials at their word.

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Abu-Jamal on Obama, Ferguson, and How African-Americans ‘Live in Hell’ / Sputnik International

http://sputniknews.com/us/20150312/1019373722.html

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Activist and journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal was convicted of the 1981 murder of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner and sentenced to death in a trial that many believe was a political prosecution. Supporters of Abu-Jamal point to a racist judge, conflicting testimony about his alleged confession, charges of manufacturing evidence against Philadelphia police officers involved, the concealment of witnesses, and the confession of another suspect.

Before his conviction, Abu-Jamal had been a Black Panther and later an activist with MOVE and a radio journalist. He had been under FBI COINTELPRO and police surveillance which his supporters believe shows he was already a target when he was arrested for the murder.

Sputnik asked Abu-Jamal through written correspondence for his thoughts on the state of race relations in post-Ferguson America, and what impact the the first black president has had on progress and equality.

He took a dim view, saying African-Americans are “living in Hell.”

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The American Caste System

“We don’t have ‘equal rights,’” he said. “We have the rhetoric of equal rights used by the elites and the state to camouflage the real situation of Black Americans — one of dire, unremitting hell. Equal rights would not produce the glaringly unequal outcomes that lead to mass incarceration, poverty and death.”

None of this should “surprise” anyone who looks at history, he noted.

“After the Civil War, when the ‘black Republicans’ amended the Constitution to protect Black rights of citizenship (i.e., voting, etc.), the National literally ignored the Constitution’s ‘guarantees’ for a century — until Black southern resistance made it impossible to do (but they continued to do by other means!).”

Referring to legal scholar Michelle Alexander’s book “The New Jim Crow,” Abu-Jamal argued that the United States has a caste system when it comes to “average, everyday working-class and poor Blacks.”

“They are locked out of anything meaningful in life (jobs, education and good housing, etc.),” he said. One culprit:  the “bogus war on drugs,” when he argues effectively “criminalized Black life.”

Ferguson, an Icon of Black Life in America

Recent revelations out of Ferguson — ground zero for the recent Black Lives Matter movement against police brutality after police shot and killed unarmed Mike Brown last year — show a judicial system stacked against lower-income, usually black, citizens. A Department of Justice investigation and various news reports revealed that African-Americans were disproportionately stopped for minor violations, given hefty traffic and court fines, and were then sent to jail when they couldn’t pay them.

The DOJ also said that police in Ferguson operated through a prism of racial bias.

“Our findings indicated that the overwhelming majority of force – almost 90 percent – is directed against African Americans,” Attorney General Eric Holder announced after the report was released earlier this month.

However, Abu-Jamal sees what happened in the Missouri town as merely one example of a systemic problem.

“Ferguson tells us everything:  that for the Black poor, their lives are a living hell, for the state exploits the poor for their pennies — and still utilizes debtors prisons! — to squeeze money out of the poor,” he said. “Mike Brown showed us, they utilize terror, at the blink of an eye —- to keep the natives in line. Things are hellish today; despite the fable of ‘civil rights’ and its victories.”

Obama’s Election as ‘Political Brilliance’

Things have gotten worse for “Black lives” under Obama, Abu-Jamal argued. He noted that the recession of 2007 and 2008 disproportionately decimated impacted ethnic minorities and the situation has yet to reverse, according to economists.

“Did you know that in the last eight years or so, Black Americans (and Latinos) lost more personal wealth than at any point in Black American history — mostly through mortgage losses?” Abu Jamal asked rhetorically.

Owner-occupied houses make up a disproportionate share of the wealth of black and Hispanic families — at least those who have wealth —  while white citizens tend to have a more diversified portfolio consisting of stocks and bonds, the markets for which have largely rebounded. However, the housing market took another turn and rampant foreclosures and underwater mortgages (those in which the amount owed is greater than the value of the home) have forced many lower-income homeowners to lose their homes and, therefore, the vast majority of their accrued wealth.

“Blacks are at the bottom of every social indicia in the nation,” Abu-Jamal said.

Having the first black president, he added, might have only exacerbated the problem.

“His election elicited a blowback response among whites that has grown into a challenge to everything he tries to do,” Abu-Jamal explained. “He has been bleeding political power since his election and in two cycles lost his majorities in both houses of Congress. The Republicans — the white nationalist party — is making his days harder and harder.”

That couldn’t have been planned better for those who want to keep a certain order in the country.

“Obama’s election (and re-election!) has been political brilliance,” he said. “But it has no coattails because Black faces in high places are not sufficient to hold, project and utilize power.”

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“[Obama’s] election elicited a blowback response among whites that has grown into a challenge to everything he tries to do,” Abu-Jamal explained. “He has been bleeding political power since his election and in two cycles lost his majorities in both houses of Congress. The Republicans — the white nationalist party — is making his days harder and harder.”

‘False Solutions’

To Abu-Jamal, “equal rights,” the Obama presidency, affirmative action and integration are “chimerae; false pseudo-solutions to the problems of fundamental levels of oppression against Black Americans.”

“None of these ideas address real self-determination or even autonomy for Black people. We are still haggling about crumbs,” he said. “Affirmative action was initially a Republican (ala Nixon) plan to placate the freedom movement with promises of good jobs. Because our economic life has been kept in retrograde our communities are places largely divorced from normal economic ebb and flow — we live in the caste zones (bantustans) where exploitation (as admitted in Ferguson earlier today) is all that matters.”

“When we seriously examine affirmative action, it was a plan designed to construct diverse elites — doctors, lawyers, political leaders. For the ghetto poor, it is largely irrelevant as it’s untouchable. As law professor [Michelle] Alexander makes clear, the average Black American was jettisoned — so that Black elites could have access to affirmative action — and the neo-liberals applauded such a deal.”

“There are cities in America today where 50 percent — 50 percent! — of kids drop out and don’t graduate. There are cities with higher percentages. This is a failed system.”

Oppression Abroad = Oppressions at Home

After a Missouri grand jury decision absolved Darren Wilson — the officer who shot and killed Michael Brown — of any prosecution, the United Nations offered a review of life in the United States for people of color, calling it a human rights issue.

“I am deeply concerned at the disproportionate number of young African Americans who die in encounters with police officers, as well as the disproportionate number of African Americans in US prisons and the disproportionate number of African Americans on Death Row,” UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said at the time.

Sputnik asked Abu-Jamal what he thought about the fact that the US was being called out for its treatment of African-Americans.

“Malcolm [X] would agree with that basic sentiment, but he’d add that because the US is an empire, it neither cares nor has to care what others think of it,” he explained. “It matters only that others obey. Bow. Scrape. Praise America. If Guantanamo closes (a big “if”), there are still ‘black sites’ all around the world where torture is accepted, practiced and coupled with worse. US citizens may be droned at the executive’s whim; and the entire nation is under surveillance by various alphabet soup agencies. Every phone call, every keystroke, every cellphone conversation.”

The way the US acts in its foreign policy, Abu-Jamal said, is part-and-parcel to how it responds to domestic opposition.

“Malcolm would say that oppression abroad gives rise to oppressions at home, that capitalism running amok outside the country will soon turn its famished eye on opportunities within the ‘nation.’ Because, as Malcolm said, ‘Capitalism’ is a blood sucker.’”

The Legacy of Malcolm X

Sputnik originally planned to publish this interview with Abu-Jamal on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X. However, despite the request being sent more than a month before the anniversary, Abu-Jamal did not receive it in time because he was serving a term in solitary confinement for “not following instructions.”

(Editor’s note: Long-term use of solitary confinement as well as its use as a punishment is considered a breach of international humanitarian law.)

Abu-Jamal did respond to questions about Malcolm X’s legacy and his impact.

“I think, today, honestly, generations grow up into adulthood with no real sense of Malcolm X — except as something he would have hated to have been described as: ‘a civil rights leader.’ His name may be known, but his ideas, his story, largely isn’t, in my view — especially among the broad masses of Black youth.”

Abu-Jamal lamented that Malcolm X has become “a poster, a US postage stamp, because there is no real organization out there to push and project Malcolm’s meaning to Black America. The corporate media cannot — and will not — tell that story. Instead they have Martinized Malcolm, by distorting his history, civilizing him — making him ‘safe’.”

“When he was alive, he was a potent force, as speaker, orator, but also organizational leader, who, as a revolutionary, radiated the seriousness of our struggle, and his commitment to the Freedom of Black people the world over.”

Asked to compare the legacies of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr, Abu-Jamal suggested they were divided, above all, by diverging senses of allegiance to their country of birth.

“Oddly enough, both men were nationalists to a certain extent,” he said. “Martin was an American nationalist who wanted the US to live up to its stated creed; Malcolm was a Black nationalist who wanted Black America to be free to follow its interests — America be damned.”

Abu-Jamal concluded that, despite both men’s efforts, little has changed and little could have been expected to.

“To be black in America today is not a picnic,” he said. “It is, in the words of rapper Young Jeezy, ‘livin’ in hell.”

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Fire in Iron Mountain’s Argentine Storage Facility at the Center of Major International Corruption and Money Laundering Web

TruthSectorNews
March 11, 2015
Thanks to D. 

When I first started to look into a suspicious fire that occurred in Iron Mountain’s storage facility in Barracas, Argentina on February 5, 2014, I didn’t realize that it would take me all the way around the world – albeit online – to finally tie all the loose ends together. It is surprising how a single fire in a warehouse that facilitates the storage of corporate and government documents can enable one to document a trail of arson, corruption, money laundering and financial and political vulturism.

As soon as the news broke last year about the fire in Iron Mountain’s facility in Buenos Aires people in Argentina called foul play and claimed it was a deliberate act, arson, to cover up a major web of economic fraud, perpetrated by multinational financial institutions and Iron Mountain inc. themselves. However, only a few had been able to tie together some of the loose ends and were left with a hole bunch of other loose ends that they couldn’t tie into the rest.

To better understand the scope of the entire case lets first take a look at Iron Mountain Incorporated.

Iron Mountain inc. is a notorious multinational corporation that provides data management, storage and shredding facilities and services for companies and governments. The management team of Iron Mountain inc. is composed of people like William Meaney, a former CIA operations officer; Jack Faer, a former special agent at the FBI; Annie Drapeau with a former leadership role at JP Morgan and Ted MacLean, former management consultant at KPMG. A nice cocktail that indeed easily allows the creation of a web of international corruption and money laundering through the very corporation that they lead.

That the fire in their Buenos Aires storage facility last year was an act of arson has carefully been confirmed by Argentine police and media and by Iron Mountain themselves. This is a crucial fact because it forms the basis for the following findings in the Iron Mountain Scandal. It is the very reason why all the documents in Barracas went up in flames.

Apparently, “Argentine authorities are investigating a possibly deliberate fire in which documents from major financial institutions were lost – documents that contain information about economic fraud committed in the country,” writes TeleSUR.

“After a police analysis determined that the fire that burnt down two warehouses belonging to the Iron Mountain company in Buenos Aires in February 2014 was intentional, several questions about the links between the company and its clients and also with the Buenos Aires City government have raised. The Financial Information Unit of Argentina is investigating a conspiracy between Iron Mountain and its major clients – international financial companies such as banks HSBC, BNP Paribas and JP Morgan – to destroy documentation involving economic crimes, by causing a fire in the company’s warehouses.

The TeleSUR report goes on and says that “since 2008 the local administration started to promote the setting up of technological industries in the southern areas of the city giving them tax reduction benefits. Iron Mountain’s location was not in this area, but the head of Economic Development of the City, former HSBC executive Francisco Cabrera, intervened in order to give the company these tax benefits. It turns out HSBC was the most affected company in the fire, and it is one of Iron Mountain’s biggest client globally. … An inspector of the Secretariat of Labor of the local government wanted to close down Iron Mountain’s facilities for lack of security measures, but superior officers put a stop to this closure because of the good relationship between Iron Mountain and the local administration.”

The fact that this fire in Barracas was set on purpose is of an even greater importance when it is known that Iron Mountain has a history of being hit by suspicious fires in their storage facilities, more than often conveniently occurring at times when they or their clients are under investigation. Three suspicious fires occurred in a single Iron Mountain facility in South Brunswick, N.J. in March, 1997.

In the most recent arson case, in Buenos Aires, it is no different. The fire there came at a time when Iron Mountain inc, HSBC, BNP Parisbas, JP Morgan, Argentine president Cristina de Kirchner, Lázaro Báez and Cristóbal López were/are all under investigation in cases of corruption, money laundering and related economic frauds.

Buenos Aires Herald:

Former JP Morgan Vice President Hernán Arbizu claimed that HSBC Argentina hired JP Morgan’s employees for “advise on evasion know-how.” He incriminated himself by saying that the company he worked for helped Argentinean economic groups to evade AFIP tax bureau controls.

“The banks in Argentina are to blame for the dollars outside of Argentina,” Arbizu said in an interview with FM Blue radio station when asked about the AFIP tax evasion and capital flight complaint against HSBC.

He condemned HSBC’s refusal to deliver the documents requested by AFIP. The bank argued that they had been destroyed in the Iron Mountain warehouse fire in February 2014.

“It strikes me as odd that the banks do not have back up of their documents,” Arbizu said. “If there is proof of their involvement on the Iron Mountain fire, the banks will suffer severe sanctions.”

Hang the Bankers:

Call it “the Mother of the Vultures.” HSBC, the Crown Jewel of the British monarchy’s Opium Wars, then and now, found its Buenos Aires headquarters and two other offices raided Wednesday by agents of Argentina’s AFIP tax bureau, in search of documents for the tax-evasion and money-laundering case opened against the empire’s bank last February. Argentine authorities are charging HSBC with being a criminal enterprise, setting up an elaborate mechanism through which local companies could lie about their earnings.

The documents sought were not found, local media are reporting, adding that HSBC officials told AFIP agents that they are stored in facilities run by “Iron Mountain.”

The Telegraph:

Argentina has challenged HSBC to publicly denounce alleged tax evasion at the bank’s Argentine subsidiary, saying not doing so would be an act of “financial piracy”.

Tax authorities in Buenos Aires have launched proceedings against HSBC Argentina, claiming it helped thousands of wealthy Argentinians hide $3.5bn (£2.3bn) at HSBC’s Swiss private bank.

“Without tax collection, there is no government, there is no public policy, there is no state,” Mr Echegaray said. “HSBC Holdings can show it is a bank that does not harm governments… that it has an attitude of respect regarding paying taxes and the financing of states.

“Otherwise it would be a behaviour of financial piracy at an international level.”

The bank has been caught up in an international tax evasion storm, which has intensified following the leak of documents to the media revealing the scale of alleged evasion.

AFIP claims that it has evidence of 4,040 individuals using offshore accounts to hide tax on one day in 2006, after it was passed material by French authorities.

Mr Echegaray said the total amount of money illegally parked offshore could be higher, and that individuals making use of HSBC Argentina’s tax evasion included Gabriel Martino, its chief executive. He called for HSBC to fire Mr Martino.

In the case of BNP Parisbas, in August of 2013, the Argentine anti-money laundering unit, Procelac, called for the reopening of an investigation against BNP Paribas. Reportedly, 24 bank executives helped Argentinian clients launder 1 billion US dollars through Curacao, Switzerland, Luxembourg, France and other countries. During the same month the bank was fined 50 million KRW by the South Korean Financial Supervisory Service Authority for alleged price fixing in collusion with DBS and ANZ banks.

That money laundering by banks such as HSBC, who has been laundering well over 800 billion dollars, in Argentina is of course not for the ordinary working people there who are forced to pay taxes on their small incomes, like everywhere else in the world.

The special financial services are provided for the president of Argentina and guys like Lázaro Báez and Cristóbal López:

La Nacion reported that K-businessman Lázaro Báez – the number one recipient of public works contracts during the Kirchner governments – listed a suspicious US$56.3 million in income in 2011 for his flagship company, Austral Construcciones, as the settlement for an alleged dispute with “J & J Holding NV” of the Caribbean island of Curacao, claiming that it derived from a failed partnership investment allegedly made by Austral in 2009 in Belize. But some simple research by a reporter revealed that J & J Holding NV has not existed in Curacao since 1989; its registered address from that time “no longer exists” according to the public business registry in Curacao itself; and its last registered agent, Corporate Trust, also no longer exists. Furthermore, Austral had no record of ever making the investment, and the nature of the alleged partnership is inconsistent and unclear.

What is clear is that the mysterious “award” of US$56.3 million allowed Austral to balance its books for 2011, establish a trust handled by K-money trail “bagman” Leonardo Fariña and obtain up to 314.8 million pesos in loans from the state-owned Banco Nacion. (Fariña is now in jail over tax evasion charges after telling Argentine television in detail how he and Baez participated in a large-scale scheme to embezzle and launder millions of dollars in public funds on behalf of the Kirchner family.) The other interesting fact is that the money from the non-existent J & J Holding was paid to Austral through a money trail that went from Curacao (a tax haven) to Belize (a tax haven) to a trust in Uruguay, then to Austral in Argentina. Belize was a noteworthy stop on that money trail, because it is also the location of Teegan Inc., a Baez family shell company through which millions of suspicious euros passed on its way from Argentina to Switzerland. Could Teegan be involved this maneuver by Baez? Where did the 56.3 million dollars really come from?

Meanwhile, a very familiar face emerged in the resort town of Bariloche that implicated President Cristina Kirchner herself, through her hotel company Hotesur. Another “K businessman”, Cristóbal López, has been reported on here for a while. Lopez owns an inn in Bariloche called “El Retorno.” Lopez has seen “exponential growth in his wealth” during the Kirchner era, mostly through running casinos licensed by the government, as well as media companies that receive government advertising money, highway concessions and public works contracts from the government. Interestingly, Clarin and La Nacion report that guests at “El Retorno” who use their credit cards to settle their hotel or bar charges are noticing that their bank statements indicate that the company that collected the money from them was not “El Retorno,” but the Hotel Alto Calafate – an establishment 1423 kilometers away in El Calafate, Santa Cruz (a different province) and with an entirely different owner: the Kirchner family. Indeed – when Lopez’s guests pay their bills with a credit card, they are paying the Kirchners directly. The only tangible link between the two hotels is that they both contracted the same company to manage them: Idea SA, co-owned by Maximo Kirchner, the presidential son, and his friend Osvaldo “Bochi” Sanfelice. But the management company is not collecting the funds from Lopez’s guests – it’s going directly to the President’s hotel’s bank account without any legal or contractual explanation.

Alto Calafate is under investigation in Argentina for being used by the Kirchner family and Lazaro Baez to launder millions of pesos of unknown origin, after it was revealed that Baez had rented thousands of hotel rooms there from the Kirchners that were never used.

Wall Street Journal:

Austral Construcciones SA, Mr. Báez’s flagship construction company, was created weeks before Mr. Kirchner took office in 2003. Since the Kirchners moved into the Casa Rosada, the pink presidential palace in downtown Buenos Aires, Mr. Báez’s company has received hundreds of millions of dollars in public-works contracts in Santa Cruz, becoming the province’s top private-sector employer.

In April 2013, Argentine investigative journalist Jorge Lanata broadcast allegations about Mr. Báez’s company on his popular news show. The program aired secretly recorded videotapes of Leonardo Fariña, who said on the tapes that he managed a $5 billion fortune for Mr. Báez and acted as his courier.

In the tapes, the ponytailed, Ferrari-driving Mr. Fariña said associates of Mr. Báez loaded bags of cash onto Mr. Báez’s executive jet and carried them to Buenos Aires. There the money was taken to a financial firm informally called “La Rosadita,” he said, just five blocks from the presidential Casa Rosada. There was too much cash to be counted by hand, he said, so it was weighed to determine its value, then sent abroad to tax havens.

Federico Elaskar, the owner of the financial firm, appeared on the program and backed up Mr. Fariña’s comments.

After the show aired, Messrs. Fariña and Elaskar both retracted their statements, saying they had lied to Mr. Lanata. But the Buenos Aires prosecutor, Mr. Campagnoli, said his team verified their links to Mr. Báez and their involvement in an alleged money-laundering scheme that used a network of shell companies.

Other companies and institutions who allegedly had their documents stored in the Iron Mountain Barracas facility but haven’t (openly) filed complaints are, reportedly, Unilever, Cargill, IECSA, Nidera, Pluspetrol, Loma Negra, Arcos Dorados, American Airlines, Microsoft, Monsanto, Sidus, Laboratorios Abbot, Swiss Medical, Galeno, Los estudios jurídicos Saenz Valiente y Asociados, the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires – CABA) and the federal police. The fact that none of them have called for investigations into the fire suggests that they too are pleased that the documents are gone. Who knows what they were hiding there?

In any event, the Iron Mountain inc. arson case in Buenos Aires perfectly ties all the loose ends together. Why else would a fire be started there when so many people and corporations have so much to hide and money and faces to lose?

“Suspicions about the fire first arose last year when it was revealed that of the 43 corporations that stored documents in the ill-fated warehouse, many were involved in 29 active investigations by the Economic Crime and Laundering Unit (Procelac) at the time of the fire.” – Argentina Independent

Also in the case of Ireland’s bank guarantee, during the unfolding of the financial crisis in 2007 and 2008, Iron Mountain inc. was mentioned as having assisted in getting rid of uncomfortable documents that would expose the true agenda behind that ‘agreed’ bank guarantee (bailout) for which the Irish people have to pay [1, 2, 3].

One of the final loose ends in this case regards the attack on Argentina by players such as the US government, Soros and Singer to destabilize the South American nation and continent.

Where it is a fact that Barack Soetoro and his puppet masters are aiming at Argentina’s downfall, George Soros and Paul Singer are aiming at cashing in when Argentina goes down, again, through their vulture funds.

It matches, perfect. The timing of the Barracas fire, the investigations, the attempts to bring down Argentina, the US branding Venezuela as a national security threat. One can easily see the whole picture when the dots are connected.

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Kenny Rogers – The Gambler . . . I think in reference to Putin :) ~J

Published on May 19, 2012
Thanks to L.

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PressTV: Iran stopped ISIL invasion spread: Larijani

Wed Mar 11, 2015 11:17PM

Iran’s Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani attending a press conference in Qatar on Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Iran’s Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani attending a press conference in Qatar on Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Iran’s parliament (Majlis) speaker says the country’s assisting Iraq to fight the ISIL prevented the terrorist group from invading other countries in the region.

If Iran had not helped Iraq, ISIL would have invaded countries in the region too, Ali Larijani said at a press conference held at the end of his visit to Qatar on Wednesday.

“Iran stood in the face of the ISIL to help Iraq and also the (other) countries of the region, although the main responsibility rested on the shoulders of the people of the country,” he said.

The ISIL currently controls parts of Iraq and Syria. It started its campaign of terror in Iraq in early June 2014. The heavily-armed militants took control of Mosul before sweeping through parts of the country’s Sunni Arab heartland.

Iran has repeatedly stressed that it will not interfere militarily in Iraq and Syria, but that it will continue to provide support for both countries against ISIL in the form of defense consultation and humanitarian aid.

Iraq’s President Fuad Masum and First Vice President Nouri al-Maliki have acknowledged Tehran’s assistance in the anti-terror campaign.

Iran-Qatar ties

The visit saw the senior Iranian official meeting with Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Foreign Minister Khalid bin Mohammad Al Attiyah, and Chairman of the Qatari Consultative Assembly Mohammed bin Mubarak al-Khulaifi.

Meeting with the Qatari foreign minister, Larijani said, “The Islamic Republic of Iran treats the Qatari emir’s observations regarding the regional issues as positive and is after the expansion of cooperation based on mutual respect.”

“The establishment of security and development in the Middle East region would materialize through the assistance of all the regional countries,” the Iranian official added.

The Qatari official said what the countries shared was more than what they differed on and that they had to take steps towards the development of bilateral relations based on common ground.

Nuclear talks

Larijani said Iran’s nuclear talks with the P5+1 group — Britain, France, China, the United States and Russia plus Germany — have featured progress.

However, he said, “We had to prioritize an intellectual perspective of the talks over a business-minded one.”

Iran and the P5+1 are seeking to seal a comprehensive nuclear deal by July 1. The two sides have already missed two self-imposed deadlines for inking a final agreement since they signed an interim one in the Swiss city of Geneva in November 2013.

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