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“Clinton Cash” movie available

Readers may find this documentary interesting. I doubt the ABC will be running it. This US election matters to so many people around the world. The outcome makes a big difference to climate skeptics. And it’s about so much more than that. How do we beat corruption?

 Breitbart is hosting the free showing (only for a few hours) for the documentary based on a senior editors book: Clinton Cash

UPDATE: Australia is in this too. Both Gillard and Bishop have contributed $500m Australian taxpayer dollars to Clinton charities [and other Democrat power brokers*].Tony Thomas has those details. “Julia Gillard lavished an unprecedented $292 million in taxpayer dollars on the Clinton-dominated Global Partnership for Education, where she was later appointed chair. Imagine the howls if Tony Abbott had underwritten…” See also “The Clintons and Their Corruptocrats” for even more…



From Breitbart:

The film, based on the New York Times bestselling investigative book Clinton Cash by Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer, has sent shockwaves through media. The New York Times, Washington Post, ABC News, and other Establishment Media have verified and confirmed the book’s explosive revelations about how Hillary Clinton auctioned State Department policies to foreign Clinton Foundation donors and benefactors who then paid Bill Clinton tens of millions of dollars in speaking fees.

The first two minutes tell the Clinton’s narrative. Then the documentary compares the message to the actions.

From the book:

In 2000, Bill and Hillary Clinton owed millions of dollars in legal debt. Since then, they’ve earned over $130 million. Where did the money come from? Most people assume that the Clintons amassed their wealth through lucrative book deals and high-six figure fees for speaking gigs. Now, Peter Schweizer shows who is really behind those enormous payments.

Trumps independent wealth becomes an asset:

Tim Kaine [Clintons running mate] Reinforces ‘Crooked’ Hillary’s Weaknesses on Cronyism, Corruption

[Breitbart] Trump won the GOP primary by self-funding his campaign and convincing voters that the lobbyists and other big-money donors would never control him like a puppet.

And Clinton’s selection of Kaine will allow Trump to run on the same themes in the general election by painting Clinton and Kaine as career politicians who have needed—and used—government their for personal gain.

At the GOP convention, Eric Trump, Trump’s son, urged voters to “vote for the one candidate that does not need this job.”

 UPDATE: The link still works for me, but may not for others. See comments #8 and #9 below. VinceOz and Evo of Gong.

h/t Pat.

*Correction, thanks to Bob D. The half billion was not just to the Clinton Foundation but to Democrat powerbrokers etc as well.

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    RobK

    Oh dear Hilary! Trump’s prospects are improving.

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      After the recent wiki-leaks release, I’m waiting to see Hillary’s name get loudly booed by Bernie’s supporters when announced at the convention later today.

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    Robert O

    It really throws a spanner into the Democratic campaign but with such high stakes involved it really gets down to what the people believe. The FBI have stated that Ms. Clinton was careless with her E mails, anything more would have probably negated her campaign, but I guess if it gets too onerous the Democrats can revert to Bernie.

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    Bill still believes in a place called Grope.

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    I don’t think I could bring myself to watch it, it would just make me angry that such people are able to get away with such things with complete impunity (as with the emails). Again, the so-called 99% don’t seem to care.

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      “It would just make me angry that such people are able to get away with such things.”

      Why not kick back and enjoy? The Mexican wresling matches, with the used car sales, come nowhere close to this much FUN!!! :-)

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      MareeS

      Watch it. Seriously incriminating.

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        Rereke Whakaaro

        I have a good friend, who used to work at the State Department. He is now retired, and lives in a log cabin somewhere, but still keeps abrest of what is going on.

        We don’t correspond very often, but I did get an email from him last night. All it said was, “Shell game at State – don’t follow the pea – the Clintons stole it”.

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      Bulldust

      As a follow up let me recommend “Inside Job.” If you don’t come away seething from that film about the GFC then you were sleeping through it. Here’s the link:

      http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1645089/

      Interestingly some of the more sensible interviewees lost their positions to scandals … Spitzer, and DSK (Dominic Strauss Khan). Oddly the DSK case fell apart almost immediately after he lost his job as chief of the IMF. Coincidence?

      Anywho, if you have any interest in a clear documentary about the GFC which is also entertaining, this is the one.

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    Sceptical Sam

    How do I sign in?

    Can somebody give me a heads up please/

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      dannz

      Sign in to Breitbart. On the front page are details as to how you can access the film.
      I watched it this afternoon, excellent expose of the Clinton corruption and their enablers.
      For the sake of Western culture the US must clean out the stables and the Clinton Corruption Cartel is only the start.

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    Analitik

    The Clintons are a perfectly matched pair – both are morally bankrupt and always have been. Hillary first showed her colours back in 1974 when as a lawyer, she tried to manipulate the WaterGate investigation to protect Democrat interests.

    http://jacksonville.com/reason/fact-check/2014-03-08/story/fact-check-was-hillary-clinton-fired-watergate-investigation#

    The USA will be totally undone if she gets elected to The Oval Office.

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    tom0mason

    An interesting way to view relationship of the last(2008) H. Clinton campaign http://www.muckety.com/2008-Hillary-Rodham-Clinton-presidential-campaign/5004668.muckety

    Also some big funders on that 2008 campaign http://news.muckety.com/2015/11/15/hillary-clinton-the-big-banks/47871

    Shame the site is not up to date with the latest data for the current White House race.

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    VinceOZ

    I have downloaded it and converted it to MP4, not very interesting but it might convince lifetime Demorats (LOL) to think for once. I can put it in dropbox if people miss getting it.. not very big 287.3 MB.

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    Evo of gong

    Hi Sam,
    Just do a search for ‘Clinton Cash’. There are several references to a trailer for the movie but the full movie (1 hr 28 mins) is available on Vimeo at: https://vimeo.com/168098445

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    Ross

    Sam

    I’ve watched it via the link on the Breitbart website.

    Absolutely staggering !! Will it get the air time in the appropriate places –I’m not holding my breath , especially after how she got away with the FIB / email issue.

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    I know this won’t appeal to many, but I have this theory that Compulsory Voting actually works.

    In Australia, we take it for granted, and the natural thinking is why can’t we be like the rest of the World, and have non compulsory voting.

    I would like to think that the recent Brexit vote showed just that.

    The thinking, compounded long and often by the Media that Brexit was bound to fail only reinforced that thinking for me.

    Because voting was not compulsory, the younger people believed what they were fed by the media, and thinking that it was bound to fail anyway, did not turn out to vote.

    Those older people knew the implications, and that their vote was so precious for them, the only voice they had, so they all did come out and vote.

    The result confounded the media most of all, and then the young complained that the old people had sold them down the river.

    It’s too late to then ask for best out of three, or rock paper scissors, same thing really.

    And I have the quirky feel that this Presidential election in the U.S. just might go the way of Donald Trump.

    The Democrat sheep will believe what the media feeds them, that Trump has no chance at all and that Hillary is a dead set cert, so they’ll just not vote, thinking it’s a shoo- in.

    The Trump supporters, and the Republicans, and the TEA party, and the ABH brigade know the implications and they WILL turn out in force, knowing that this IS their only voice.

    I think that, just like the UK media, the U.S. media will be just as confounded on that Wednesday Morning of November 9th.

    Wait for the same call of best out of three or rock paper scissors.

    Tony.

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      Graeme No.3

      Those in the USA who want change will vote for Trump, regardless of their assessment of him as he represents the only choice. The media is determined to keep the status quo so will continue to boost Hilary and portray Trump as a dangerous madman, much as they did when Ronald Reagan first stood.
      The Democrats have a problem if that scare campaign doesn’t work, and many of their supporters turned out for Bernie, because he also represented change. Mostly younger ones who are less likely to vote and even less likely to turn out for Hilary. Polls will be inaccurate, as who would say they are for the Democrats but aren’t going to vote is one error, and the other is that some who will turn out to vote Trump won’t be willing to say so publicly.
      Yet the polls show only a small margin in favour of Hilary, so we can’t be sure how close it is. One thing we can be certain of is that “our ABC” will be claiming that Hilary will win. I hope they get egg all over their faces on Nov. 9.

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        Ozwitch

        Polls have been “inaccurate” for a long time. Now they try to influence the election, rather than report upon it.

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      Rereke Whakaaro

      I have this theory that Compulsory Voting actually works.

      I beg to differ.

      The central tenet of democracy is one of freedom. Freedom of the people as individuals to live their lives as they wish, as long as they do not impinge on anybody elses freedoms.

      As a non-resident UK citizen, I theoretically might have voted in the referendum. I chose not to, because I would not be directly impacted by the result, whichever way it went. Had the UK Government passed legislation that said that all UK non-residents had to vote, then I may have tossed a coin. Or I may well have spoilt my voting paper in protest. “Oh dear, how silly of me”.

      In effect, I abstained by doing nothing. And in doing nothing, my potential vote did not count, and therefore had no impact on the result. As far as I can see, that is far fairer than having people voting at random, which is what tends to happen if you force people to vote.

      The vaporous lovies who didn’t choose to vote at all, just abstained, by doing nothing. The fact that the outcome did not go the way they expected, was solely due to their hubris. Had they been bothered to vote, the outcome may have been different, although that is debatable. But at the very least, they have had a learning experience. They will not neglect their civic duties in future.

      In most democracies, the very idea that the Government can coerse law-abiding people into doing something that they do not wish to do, is an anathema. Forcing people to vote, when they wish to abstain is essentially unfair, it forces people to choose the least objectionable candidate. Ask people who were conscripted for Vietnam, by having their name drawn from a hat, if they thought that the process was fair, or not.

      I am sorry Tony, but I cannot agree with your position on Compulsory voting. It serves nobody well, but the politicians.

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        stan stendera

        +1776

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        Peter C

        Rereke.

        I have not seen you to be so impassioned about a principle for quite a while.

        In this case I agree with you.

        There is a view in Australia, supported by both Turnbull and Shorten that we should have “electronic voting”. That would speed up the result but at the same time make it much harder to vote informal, which should be a democratic right, for those that choose the option.

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          Rereke Whakaaro

          Thanks for the comment, Peter.

          I have spent most of my working life fighting, and working for, freedom – for the simple ability of people to live their lives as they wished, within a framework of reasonable and mutually acceptable laws.

          A Government that reduces that freedom, by creating unnecessary and unreasonable laws, for the benefit of the politicians, and not for the benefit of the population, is an anathema to me.

          That is why I responded strongly to Tony’s comment. I should have taken a walk around the block, before typing anything.

          I apologise for not doing that.

          I will add though, that compulsory voting sounds good in practice, but it is actually easier to rig the results if every citizen is forced to vote. In the Brexit referendum, for example, it was known, from previus referenda, that x% of the population in a given geographical area would not bother to vote. And low and behold, x% of the population in that area did fail to vote. The outcome was therefore statistically consistent. When everybody has to vote, under pain of nasty things happening to them, it is much easier to “make mistakes” in the counting, because you effectively only have one “area”.

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            RobK

            Rereke,
            I understand your sentiment but….there is only a law saying you need to front up to get your name crossed off. No law determines what or if you write on the ballot paper. That said I am ambivalent on the issue with a slight bias to the Australian status quo only because it represents some kind of social responsibility/discipline and a certain amount of informal ceremony involved with bbqs etc. This I think is a good thing to be encouraged.

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              Rereke Whakaaro

              Ah, I didn’t understand that. But it still seems to be an imposition on my time, if I have to go somewhere, to get my name crossed off a list, even though I don’t have to vote.

              I am sorry, but that seems like an exercise in futility to me.

              Buy hey, what right do I have, to criticise another nations society? I do not want to make enemies here.

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            MareeS

            You don’t have to vote, you only need to have your name crossed off at the polling place to satisfy the law. Then you can put blank ballot papers into the ballot box if you don’t wish to vote. However, under the law, you cannot leave the polling place with your ballot papers on your person.

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          shortie of greenbank

          The past couple of elections in the US has electronic voting. for some reason glitches occurred where people voting republican had their votes switched the democrat etc… there were some videos of it at the time. Nothing suss of course /sarc

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        KinkyKeith

        RW for once I disagree with you.

        Living in a democracy carries the benefits of having at least nominal control over who runs the place and in return we have some responsibility to assess candidates and vote.

        A small price to pay for not living in somehwhere like Vietnam where you get to vote for one person under the watchful eye of the scrutineer.

        KK

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          Rereke Whakaaro

          we have some responsibility to assess candidates and vote

          What if you think all of them are sharks, and vagabonds, or people you would not invite to somebody else’s barbecue?

          I agree that you need to assess the candidates, but in a situation where, “none of the above”, would be the wisest choice, it seems to me that you are denied the option of withholding your vote entirely.

          What would happen, if you wrote, “none of the above”, on the ballot paper? Would large men with dark glasses come knocking at your door? That doesn’t sound like Democracy to me.

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            Harry Passfield

            Hi Rereke..in the UK many people have called for the ‘None of the above’ option – without realising it is already an option. All a voter has to do is put a cross right through the paper and it is counted as a ‘spoilt’ vote: and by law, the number of spoilt votes have to be announced by the returning officer.

            As for Tony’s belief that compulsory voting is the way fwd for democracy I would say, no, it is not. If it was down to me I would ban postal voting, except for seriously exceptional circumstances (with iron-clad id), and I would make it only possible to vote if one could (from photographs) id the candidate and/or the main leaders of the parties in the vote. For example, when Cameron (UK PM) resigned I heard a bar-room politico claim that the best man to replace him would be Chukka Umuna (He was quite serious, not knowing that Umuna was a Socialist).

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            KinkyKeith

            Rereke

            In our last and recent election, as I posted earlier, and for the very first time I felt very”informal” about the lower house. No good would come from any of the candidates.

            My vote REALLY did it’s job in the upper house and both Turnbull and Shorten sweated bricks for a week while awaiting the final outcome.

            KK

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          Lucky

          A responsibility to vote? Not so.
          In a free society individuals have rights, voting is a right not an obligation.
          It is governments that are obliged to preserve the rights of individuals.

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            I agree! But “none of the above”, should always be an explicit (last) choice for each and every elected office! If “none of the above” gets a majority then “none of the above”, are allowed as candidates in the immediate rerun of that particular election process. In most elections, a complete unknown would make fewer dastardly choices, for time in office than anyone actually running for that office!
            All the best! -will-

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      Clive Popham

      Compulsory voting in Australia is not a compulsory vote as we are told, it is only compulsory to have ones name crossed off the list of voters, once done one can walk out without voting if one wishes.

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      dannz

      What I have never understood with compulsory voting is why there is no box to tick which states ‘I do not support any of the options offered’ If the reject votes exceed a sensible percentage then there is a new election. I also think there should be a recall vote as a way of dealing with politicians who say one thing and do another, each another or us.

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      Tom O

      Remember, BREXIT was done with paper ballots. That makes one HUGE difference, and what you say would be true. In the US the voting will be done on touchscreen voting machines, not paper ballots that can truly be verified, and in that lies the rub. It is doubtful, going by exit polls, that George Bush won the 2004 election, but the voting machines said yes he did. It was questionable that Obama had a sweeping victory in 2012, but the voting machines said he did. Swapping positions on the touchscreen isn’t all that difficult if you know what you are doing, and the “whole show” is being run from a location is Israel. So, you see, IF the presidential election was on paper ballots, I would agree with you, but it isn’t, and the voting machines usually are owned by the more corrupt group. In 2000 and 2004 that was the GOP, in 2008 and 2012, that was the Dems, will it swap back for the next election? I doubt it. Both sides of the aisle seem to want to sink the US deeper into its own cesspool. I personally don’t think Trump stands a chance because the corruption is all lined up on the same side, and that isn’t his.

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    pat

    23 Jul: Bloomberg: Kaine Pick Won’t Help Clinton Court Anti-Wall Street Critics
    by Elizabeth Dexheimer & Billy House
    His vote in favor of giving the Obama administration more leeway in sealing a trade deal with 12 Pacific Rim nations also has rankled progressives.
    His “support for fast-track authority for the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership and recent backing of bank deregulation will make our work more difficult,” said Charles Chamberlain, executive director of Democracy for America, a progressive political action committee…
    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who has campaigned on ***sharp criticism of trade agreements, posted on Twitter on Saturday that Kaine is “owned by banks.”…
    He also pounced on reports about leaked e-mails from Democratic National Committee officials, which Trump characterized as showing “plans to destroy Bernie Sanders” and suggesting they demonstrated the primary process was “rigged….
    Elsewhere in Kaine’s financial-services record, he disappointed groups seeking Wall Street changes in 2015 when he supported a bill aimed at spurring investment in start-ups that the group Americans for Financial Reform said would undermine regulators’ ability to enforce rules…
    Since joining the Senate in 2013, he has drawn criticism for siding with President Barack Obama — against most fellow Democrats — in backing “fast track” legislation that could be used to expedite completion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, an agreement signed by the U.S. and other Pacific Rim countries…
    Clinton herself turned against the Trans-Pacific deal amid opposition from Sanders and pressure from labor unions who say trade pacts have cut U.S. manufacturing jobs. She had praised the negotiations while serving as Obama’s secretary of state. Independent political fact-checker PolitFact has rated her reversal as a “full flop.”…
    http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2016-07-23/kaine-pick-won-t-help-clinton-win-over-anti-wall-street-critics

    ***Trump criticises what he considers to be BAD trade deals.

    23 Jul: Regated: Victor Smith: CLINTON CAMPAIGN FREAKING OUT AS DONALD TRUMP LEADS IN THE POLLS
    In a recent poll done by OANN/Gravis where they asked a spread of 40% Democrats, 33% Republicans and 27% Independents who they would vote for, Donald Trump won with flying colors. Keep in mind these poll numbers came out before the DNC email leaks, where they were exposed for collusion with the media, lies and deception…
    https://regated.com/2016/07/clinton-campaign-freaking-donald-trump-leads-polls/

    Trump will need to be well ahead in the polls at election time or else the election WILL BE STOLEN.

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    Rereke Whakaaro

    Video will become public at 8PM ET,
    and will be available until 11PM ET.
    No password will be required

    Unfortunately, they do not specify the date …

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    pat

    23 Jul: Washington Times: Douglas Ernst: Twitter users erupt: #DNCLeaks disappears from trending news as WikiLeaks emails released
    Conservative Twitter users erupted on Friday after the social media platform torpedoed #DNCLeaks from its trending-news feed after Wikileaks released 20,000 emails by Democratic National Committee staff members.
    Embarrassing emails sent and received by DNC members had enough momentum to propel the story to Twitter’s top “trending” news feed on Friday afternoon. The #DNCLeaks entry vanished in the evening, but returned 20 minutes later after users cried foul.
    The story had 250,000 tweets at the time it was pulled. The Washington Examiner then aggregated a stream of angry feedback…
    Critics see censorship of a controversy that put Democrats in a negative light
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jul/23/twitter-users-erupt-dncleaks-disappears-from-trend/

    22 Jul: Heavy.com: Stephanie Dube Dwilson: WikiLeaks List: Most Damaging Emails About DNC, Clinton, & Bernie
    With 19,252 emails released from the Democratic National Committee, including 891 documents and 175 spreadsheets, it can be a little overwhelming to go through them all. That’s why we’re providing in-depth coverage of the most interesting Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders emails in this gallery…
    Here’s a list of the most damaging and/or interesting emails, in case you want to skip ahead to the ones of most interest to you:
    DNC Party with the Washington Post: Was It a Joint Fundraiser? …
    Politico Reporter Agrees to Let DNC Review Article About Hillary Fundraising Before Publishing …
    DNC Pushed to Keep NYT Reporter From Writing Too Much About Joint Victory Fund…
    http://heavy.com/news/2016/07/wikileaks-emails-clinton-bernie-list-directory-photos-most-damaging-worst-rhode-island-delegate-fec-jvf/

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    pat

    23 Jul: The National Interest: Peter Navarro: Trump’s Speech Wasn’t ‘Dark’ or ‘Angry.’ The Media Is Out of Touch
    Either the mainstream press doesn’t get Donald J. Trump—or its poison pens are simply out to get him. Exhibit A is last week’s dour coverage of one of the most electrifying presidential nomination acceptance speeches in the last thirty years.
    I was at the Cleveland arena Thursday night where this history was made, and I was particularly revolted by Friday morning’s spin from two of the biggest Horseman of the Trump Apocalypse. The New York Times castigated the speech as “dark” and “angry” while the Washington Post labeled it “a dire portrait of a lawless, terrorized nation.”…
    As Trump ended his speech last Thursday night, the mood in the arena was anything but dark and pessimistic. Instead, it felt far more like a “morning in a America” Reagan moment as Donald J. Trump promised to take throw off the shackles of political correctness and take all necessary measure to make America “strong,” “proud,” “safe” and “great” again.
    The voters in November would do well to accept this man at his word—and appropriately discount what will be a flood of false, out-of-touch media narratives from now to November…READ ALL
    http://nationalinterest.org/feature/trumps-speech-wasnt-dark-or-angry-the-media-out-touch-17099

    this thread was the most fun following the Trump acceptance speech at the RNC. i’ve linked to final page with updated list of examples & updated graphic:

    22 Jul: FreeRepublic: #DarkSpeechesMatter
    posted by Laz A. Mataz
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3451700/posts?q=1&;page=151

    as you may be aware, someone (a mole in the GOP?) broke the embargo & released the FULL TEXT of Trump’s speech to the DNC & media a couple of hours ahead of time.

    consequently, there was plenty of time to prepare for a co-ordinated MSM attack, & what a DARK Orwellian one it turned out to be.

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    Do any of you know what Trumph entities are shorting which investment banks? I know I cannot compete. I just want to have the current odds sheet! Leveraged investments are truly gonners!
    All the best! -will-

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      RobK

      I don’t know the odds but I suspect a random pick is as good as the next. If one goes, it won’t be alone. :-)

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        Analitik

        Goldman Sachs should be last pick as they have the most political connections and even Trump could take a while clearing out all the cronies

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    Egor TheOne

    Vote One The Donald!

    Vote Hitlery for Prison (along with hubby)…..They can both share the same leg irons!

    Trump is just the medicine the Socialist/Marxist ratbags need.

    He stands for everything they hate which is everything worthwhile… no wonder they are
    feral.

    A successful Billionaire against lying criminals.

    Trump may or may not be very good, but any would be better than ‘the Hitlery’.

    If Trump does just some of what he says, the USA and the world will be the better for it.

    What has that Dud O’Bummer done in 8 years besides play golf, spout CAGW BS, and ‘lame duck’?

    And Hitlery would be even worse than that dud if that is even imaginable.

    None of these idiots could even see Trump coming…no chance eh?

    So how good is their supreme judgement now?

    Many of the renewable racketeers will be worried now that if Trump wins, it could spell goodbye to their scams and then some.

    Imagine how outraged the lefties will be!

    I would like to see the Donald escorted with trumpets playing all the way to the white house just to further infuriate the politically correct ratbags!

    Trump for the White House, Hitlery for the Shit House…..now that would be politically correct.

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      Reed Coray

      Egor TheOne. With one exception, you’re right on the money. You wrote: “Vote Hitlery for Prison (along with hubby)…..They can both share the same leg irons!” No they can’t. You need a much larger leg iron for Cankles than for Slick Willie.

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      delcon2

      Egor,you might like this.
      Trumps speech in New York says it all.

      “Come November, the American people will have a chance to issue a verdict on the politicians that have sacrificed their security, betrayed their prosperity, and sold out their country. They will have a chance to vote for a new agenda with big dreams, bold ideas and enormous possibilities for the American people. Hillary Clinton’s message is old and tired. Her message is that things can’t change. My message is that things have to change – and this is our one chance, and maybe our only chance, to do that change. If we don’t do it now, folks, I don’t know that we’ll ever, ever have another chance. We have to have change, but real change—not Obama change.”

      Trump for President, Hillary for Prison – 2016

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    Owen Morgan

    I keep an eye (not, admittedly, necessarily an expert one) on American politics. I noticed at once that the “Clinton Cash” book was not being handled by Amazon.co.uk, other than as an audiobook. Amazon could possibly, just about, sort of make a case for not supplying the printed book in the UK (it’s not as if I get the chance to vote against either Trump, or Clinton, much though I’d like to), but, once you have the book available to send as a digital document, how much does it really cost to distribute, to another English-speaking country? The buying price would easily cover the cost.

    I actually think this is a problem generally with digital formats. There is an Apple-supplied book I have, which is probably still available for me to download, but can’t be bought, any longer (I read it when I bought it, luckily). It’s not a controversial book and I can’t envisage a commercial pretext for making formerly accessible texts inaccessible.

    Sadly, the people who administer digital book-sites are illiterate -and political.

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    pat

    btw the “DARK” list on Freerepublic doesn’t capture the thousands of DARK headlines carried around the world by print and broadcasting media, e.g. close to home:

    Trump’s dark vision of America ‘doesn’t really jibe’ with facts: Obama
    ABC Online‎ – 1 day ago

    Donald Trump’s dark vision based on specious numbers
    The Sydney Morning Herald-21 Jul. 2016

    A dark message from Donald Trump shows Republicans are far from united
    The Australian Financial Review-22 Jul. 2016

    Steve “Buzz” Thomma, McClatchy Political Editor, hosts a conversation at the Republican National Convention with Nigel Farage. the only journalists to pose questions are from UK MSM – Guardian, Daily Mail & UK Telegraph, plus there’s a loaded Buzzfeed question.

    BREXIT/FARAGE would have to be the biggest story of this Century and NYT/WaPo, etc., didn’t bother to interview him while he was in the US – or even question him at this event, if they were in attendance – presumably because both resonate positively for Trump:

    20 Jul: Youtube: 44mins48secs: Nigel Farage Full Interview + Q&A at the RNC – Donald Trump Brexit
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elcDpwFfa30

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    pat

    even if they weren’t at the Thomma/McClatchy conversation event – or were and didn’t ask questions – there was just one line that captured the attention of MSM:

    LA Times: Lisa Bascaro: ‘Brexit’s’ Nigel Farage says some of Donald Trump’s ideas are ‘pretty out there’
    he’s trying to reach voters who feel frustrated and, perhaps, a little bit scared,” Farage said at a breakfast hosted by the McClatchy news organization in Cleveland…

    Newsweek: Josh Lowe: Farage: ‘Trump Makes Even Me Wince A Bit’

    Even I wince at Donald, says Farage
    The Times UK (subscription) – ‎Jul 20, 2016‎

    RNC 2016: Nigel Farage says Donald Trump’s campaign ‘makes even me wince a little bit’
    The Independent – ‎Jul 20, 2016‎

    Nigel Farage Says Trump’s Muslim Policy “Makes Even Me Wince”
    BuzzFeed News – ‎Jul 20, 2016‎

    Farage: ‘Trump Makes Even Me Wince A Bit’
    Newsweek-21 Jul. 2016

    Nigel Farage: Even I wince at Donald Trump
    The Australian – ‎Jul 20, 2016‎

    Trump makes me wince, says leading Brexit campaigner Farage
    Yahoo7 News – ‎Jul 20, 2016

    21 Jul: Guardian: David Smith: Thanks, Obama: Nigel Farage says US president helped make Brexit a reality
    During trip to the Republican convention the ex-Ukip leader said Obama’s visit had backfired and politicians should not meddle in another country’s affairs
    Farage, who has not been invited to next week’s Democratic convention in Philadelphia, declined to predict the election result but was dismissive of the party’s nominee. “My analysis of Hillary Clinton is that there’s almost this sense of entitlement, as if this country now has its own hereditary principle; you might as well introduce the House of Lords into Washington. I think there is that sense of entitlement, that sense that she’s part of a politics that is gone, and people need to move on.”…
    He expressed a mock sense of disappointment at the demonstrations held outside the convention so far. “I was expecting proper protests. They’re really quite small and not very threatening at all. I was very disappointed, I really was. I’ve had much better protests outside my public meetings than that.”
    Once the session was ended, a handful of enthusiastic guests descended on Farage and posed for photos with him…

    (NOTE) The low-key event, branded with the names of newspapers such as the Idaho Statesman and Wichita Eagle rather than the New York Times or Washington Post, felt like the equivalent of an off-off-Broadway show.

    But Steve Thomma, politics editor at McClatchy, who interviewed Farage on stage, predicted: “Nigel Farage is going to be treated like a rock star here. He is first of all successful at what a lot of them want to do, which is to cut off some of this immigration, although there’s a difference between the US and UK definitions.
    “He told me how he was greeted just walking the hallways up in the big suites in the convention hall last night when he got in and he said he could not get out: people wanted selfies with him, they wanted to talk with him. It wouldn’t surprise me to hear Republicans say they’d like him to come to their districts and appear.”
    ***Later, in an interview with the Guardian, Farage denied that he shared Trump’s habit of exaggeration and distorting facts. “I’ve never been accused of stretching the truth,” he said, distancing himself from the official leave campaign. “Lots of things but not that.”…
    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jul/20/nigel-farage-barack-obama-brexit-london-republican-convention

    nah…nothing here for NYT & WaPo.‎

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    comment #19 is in moderation.

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    TdeF

    When asked about the tens of millions the couple earned on the speaking tour, her response was that they were in debt after Bill’s time in the White House? You are asked to feel sorry for them. Was there no retirement scheme? Clinton receives $580k for office rent, lifetime security, $1million in travel expenses. Then 50% of his salary, Executive Level One Pay, which is currently $199k, in perpetuity.

    Now how did that debt work? Perhaps these senior law firm partners spent so much cash on Lawyers for the defence of their actions in the Whitewater scandal and then with Bill’s impeachment that they were indeed in debt, but you cannot trust what is said.

    Specifically Bill did not have sex with Monica. He told the nation this. From his lawyer’s perspective, he was telling the absolute truth. From a moral point of view he was not, but this is the problem with practicing lawyers, that their morality is based whether they can win the case and Nixon’s essential ‘plausible deniability’.

    Does the world really want another Clinton in charge? Does America really want another who turns a blind eye to terror? Didn’t she show her style with the lies about the ISIS attack on the Libyan embassy? Would the Middle East be in uproar without her friend Obama and her position as Secretary of State? Obama with his non interventionist style has done far more damage to countries than Bush ever did. Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey. The Middle East is aflame. Is there any bright spot in his ‘Arab Spring’ or was it all Obama’s naive fantasy? It would all be far worse except for Putin’s intervention and Obama is doing everything he can to attack Putin. How sensible is that with Europe so dependent on Russian energy? Nixon engaged his enemies. Obama starts fights he will not finish. How’s Obama’s little civil war in the Ukraine going then? He even told our Prime Minister we could not look after the Great Barrier reef. UNESCO totally disagreed, but who needs the truth?

    As for the $2Billion a year in unaccountable donations in the Clinton fund, who knows what is going on? More windmills for everyone seems to be the sole agenda. No solutions for growing international crises from Russia to China to Turkey. Just feeding the chooks in the press. You have to elect Hilary because she wants the job and it is her turn and she is a woman. What the press really wants is a black Musli* woman to feed their sense of righteousness. With Hillary what the country will get is more of the same dysfunctionality and deceit and the world cannot afford it.

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      mike restin

      What the press really wants is a black Musli* woman to feed their sense of righteousness.

      No, they want a socialist homosexual that is also a black hispanic, a sharia muslim, masculine female, trans-gendered and an ecoloon all in one.
      I guess Hillary’s close enough.

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    AP

    I believe this is really just the tip of the iceberg.

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    Jim

    Here is the problem. It’s not illegal. All of that is legal in the US. No matter how bad it sounds. That’s the problem. Since nixion, quid quo pro has been legal. Otherwise people would have been investigated and prisoned. They haven’t. So why complain now? If you only enforce the law when you want, that’s favoritism, aka not nice. But if the law is wrong, every one is too blame.

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    Roy Hogue

    The video is private and my google sign in, which should work and has worked in the past (Google owns YouTube), does not.

    It’s therefore impossible for me to watch this movie. I just love it when something of such general interest is hidden behind passwords and red tape. :-(

    If someone wants this seen then it’s incumbent on them to make it accessible.

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      Roy Hogue

      On the other hand, I’ve seen more than enough well substantiated information about the Clinton Foundation to know that I should never even think about voting for Hillary, much less do it.

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      Roy Hogue

      And by the way, it’s hard to trust Google and YouTube because I know they track what information they can get about you. So signing in is something I would rather not do. I use the Chrome browser but I would never sign in for the reason I just mentioned.

      And as far as that goes, almost everyone tracks all the information they can get about you, from the grocery store to your bank and back again.

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      Roy Hogue

      What in the world is Breitbart thinking? If the limited availability is to protect the book sales then why make the movie in the first place? And if not, then put the thing up and keep it up until Election Day.

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        Breitbart will be thinking “psychology”. I don’t know exactly the game but they will have a marketing plan.

        Check out Evo’s link at #9. Might work on Vimeo?

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          Roy Hogue

          The link on your site is now working. It’s over an hour so I doubt that I’ll be able to spend that much time today. The intent still seems to be limited availability.

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      Roy Hogue

      I’ve been a Clinton watcher for a long time. And reliable information about them isn’t very hard to come by if you look. I always check sources to see that two or more agree with each other and generally vet things as best I can from where I sit. So with that said…

      I think that even if it’s entirely true that the Clinton Foundation was put together to fight hunger and other problems, they have no qualms about financing it by dishonest means and worse, far worse, they have no qualms about enriching themselves in the process along with building credential as world leaders worthy of United Nations positions.

      I’m making an educated guess about the UN of course. But even without that, two things are dead wrong.

      1. They are thoroughly dishonest. No more than thieves in some cases. They took so much from the White House when they left that they were afterward forced to give back that anyone would conclude that stealing was not beneath them. They knew better. For contrast, when the Reagans left they wanted certain things that are by law, public property, some gifts to the president that had special meaning to him. They gladly paid the face value price for those things. And I think they’re now on display at the Reagan Library.

      2. Even if they spent every last dime the foundation collected on those they want to help, it would not have the result they want. History is an interesting thing and it has shown over and over that when you simply give the needy what they need without any incentive to become self sufficient, all you do is create a dependent class that will need to suck that giveaway teat forever. And it should be obvious that that’s the left’s general plan in the first place.

      Couple these things with the obvious lust for power of both Clintons but especially Hillary, you have a disaster in the making.

      If anyone tempted to give me a red thumb can shoot down anything I’ve said here, I promise I’ll read it and respond.

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        delcon2

        Roy,unfortunately we are talking about the”Clintons”They don’t do anything for nothing.Hiati,16 Billion,gone where? Their charity,only 10% max actually gets to the”Needy”Disgusting,doesn’t even come close to describing them.

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          Roy Hogue

          Yes, they are thoroughly dishonest and untrustworthy. But they do have a plan and I’d give anything to know exactly the details of it.

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      Roy Hogue

      About my google sign in: Later I had email from Google saying that I had logged in but they don’t recognize the device, some new security consciousness I’m sure.

      Two things: First, they’re never going to recognize the device because they rely on a cookie and I delete all cookies as soon as I close the browser. Sorry about that. And second, it was probably Breitbart living up to what they said and what I forgot as I tried to sign on — that it would only be available during certain hours and I was too early. Apologies to YouTube for that.

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    Fuel Filter

    Thank you, Jo, for spotlighting this. Breitbart is a great site to stay up on U.S. politics.

    The Clintons have always been corrupt to the core [[(and have left a trail of dead bodies in their wake as well)] There is no evidence of this. It’s all speculation that doesn’t stand up under examination.] AZ.

    Oh, and to the commenter above who said words to the effect of “Move along. Nothing to see here” and then invoking Nixon as justification is delusional.

    Nixon and his low-level corruption was absolutely trivial compared to what Obama and the Clintons have done to this nation.

    Benghazi, the IRS scandal, Fast and Furious, the Lizard Queen’s homebrew server, the failed, idiotic “Russian Reset”, the perjury, TravelGate, Whitwater and on and on.

    These three have done more to harm the USA than any other trio in our history.

    Previewed at Cannes, it will be released in movie theaters very soon (can’t remember the exact date) and will coincide with the Democrat National Convention which is going through it’s own massive scandal following the WikiLeaks publication of almost 20,000 hacked DNC emails and memos last week. The DNC this year may rival the ’68 DNC in Chicago for violent protests. The Bernie people are rightly pissed and will be out in force. They hate Clinton almost as much as the Republicans do.

    I will be stocking up on Beer, ribs and Cheetos.

    If you guys in OZ want to see it I suggest you do so because you know damn well the ABC will ignore it.

    [I left in your claim of a trail of dead bodies so I could counter it with the complete lack of real evidence. In the future please do not include such wild speculation in your comments becaue we will probably not approve them if you do. Thanks.] AZ

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    doubtingdave

    When you’ve watched the Clinton cash movie don’t forget to put meat on the bones by checking out the work of Charles Ortel via your search engine or youtube , he is a Harvard trained expert investor with impeccable credentials , that has a track record of investigating wrong doings of multi national corporations , Ortel has investigated the Clinton foundation for sixteen months and has thousands of pages of evidence against it , ive said before , your tax authorities have a duty under the law to check if the Clinton Foundation has the necessary licence to operate as a international charity and solicit funds from tax payers in Australia , it just takes one of you to contact a politician who would raise this issue on behalf of tax payers and the tax authorities have no choice but to investigate , Charles Ortel has offered his advice and services to anyone that wants it , just contact him by email and ask , it costs nothing .

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    PeterPetrum

    I have just watched the first few minutes of the movie and checked the Breitbart site, out of interest. It is full of damaging information about the Clintons, including how the chair of the Democratic Convention rigged the vote to get Clinton home – according to leaked emails from Wikileaks. The media in the US is full of it, but so far nothing here?

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      doubtingdave

      Peter , the American MSM do their best to keep it out of the news , try looking on the DRUDGE site , also type in your search engine for Breitbart Charles Ortel , he made an interesting interview on there this month .

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      Reed Coray

      Peter, “The media in the US is full of it…” That’s true on so many levels.

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    Ross

    There is also another movie, recently released, from Dinesh D’Souza
    called “Hilary’s America” which goes right back to the start of the Democratic Party. The trailer I watched suggests another very interesting movie.

    I think AP’s comment @ 23 (“I believe this is really just the tip of the iceberg.”) may turn out to be very much an understatement.

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    PeterS

    People say Russia’s Putin is corrupt. Yet it appears the West is possibly far worse. Money not only never sleeps (as per the Wall Street movie) it sleeps with all sorts of rotten people. But then I agree with what the Bible says about money. It’s not money that is evil, it’s the love of money that’s evil.

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    I know that the Wikileaks document dump has been mentioned, and I’m not sure if this is already common knowledge, but I just received an email from my friend in California with a detailed list, and it’s dated today. (U.S. time still)

    Link to Detailed List of Findings in Wikileaks DNC Document Dump

    Tony.

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    Trevor

    Yes link says it’s private but this link works. Perhaps show both as options.

    Youtube link to Clinton Cash.

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    John

    This link to the Clinton Cash movie works, as of this date, for those in North America.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LYRUOd_QoM

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    Arild

    I always like Mark Steyn’s take on anything. “All the diarrhea in Africa can’t wash away the stench of the Clinton Foundation.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxHoL551uGs

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