The Clintons and Wall Street: 24 Years of Enriching Each Other-CounterPunch ( Excellent Group of Articles)

Hillary is set to win the South Carolina Democratic primary in what appears to be a landslide.

Barring some miracle or her indictment, which is highly unlikely as she heads towards November, Billary Clinton may be unstoppable, not only for landing on the Democratic candidate ticket for President, but also increasingly likely to beat her opposition, which is clearly Donald Trump. I should put this in a separate post, and likely will elaborate further in such, but I am increasingly concerned that “The Donald” is, as some had feared very early in the process of even becoming a candidate on the Republican ticket, a total red herring, a sham and a con set out to destroy the Republican party, sow discord among the conservative base and, through the increasingly dangerous bombastic verbiage spewing forth from his mouth, alienate even the most ardent of his followers and assure the Clinton’s return to the Oval Office.  

Nothing is as it appears in our manipulated and elite controlled world, nothing that is as it is presented in the media and among the leading pundits of thought control. I expect Trump to win the primary, but to become ever more strident in positions bordering on the irrational, all as intended.

May God helps us and may God help America

For twenty four years the Clintons have orchestrated a conjugal relationship with Wall Street, to the immense financial benefit of both parties.   They have accepted from the New York banks $68.72 million in campaign contributions for their six political races, and $8.85 million more in speaking fees.  The banks have earned hundreds of billions of dollars in practices that were once prohibited—until the Clinton Administration legalized them.

Johnstone-Queen-Cover-ak800--291x450 (1)The extraordinary ambition displayed in the careers of Bill and Hillary Clinton defies description.  They have spent much of their adult lives soliciting money from others for their own benefit.  A 2014 story in Time magazine said this:“Few in American history have collected and benefited from so much money in so many ways over such a long period of time…the Clintons have attracted at least $1.4 billion in contributions…”

The Clintons and Wall Street 24 Years of Enriching Each Other

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I will get up every day thinking about you, the hard-working Wizards of Finance, Lords of Capital, Economic Giants of Innovation, Noble Titans that make us strong and powerful!

Hillary Clintons Speech to Goldman Sachs

A Corporate Democratic Party is Hostile Terrain for Sanders

The Clintons and Hollywood a Tale of Two Babylons

Imagine No Clintons

Despite Bernie Sanders being tied with her for pledged delegates after last weekend’s Nevada caucuses, the media herd has anointed Hillary Clinton yet again as the inevitable Democratic nominee.

Superdelegates, those undemocratic figureheads and goons of the party establishment, are by definition unpledged and fluid and should never be added to the official column of any candidate until the national convention. To do so is an amoral tactic of intimidation that affects momentum and gives backstage wheeling and dealing primacy over the will of the electorate.  Why are the media so servilely complicit with Clinton-campaign propaganda and trickery?

Fight the soulless juggernaut Big money machine politics and the real issue separating Sanders and Cl

CBS anchors laugh after Hillary says she can’t be bought.