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Clinton Foundation Got $100M From ‘Blood Minerals’ Firm



Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton. (REUTERS/Adrees)
A little known Swedish-Canadian oil and mining conglomerate human rights groups have repeatedly charged produces “blood minerals” is among the Clinton Foundation’s biggest donors, thanks to a $100 million pledge in 2007, a Daily Caller News Foundation investigation has found.

“Blood minerals” are related to “blood diamonds,” which are allegedly mined in war zones or sold as commodities to help finance political insurgencies or despotic warlords.
When the Vancouver, Canada-based Lundin Group gave its $100 million commitment to the “Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative,” the company had long been cutting deals with warlords, Marxist rebels, military strongmen and dictatorships in the war-torn African countries of Congo, Sudan and Ethiopia.
Lundin promoted its reputation as a fierce, hard-driving company. Adolf Lundin, who founded the company, audaciously traveled to the French home of Congo dictator Mobutu Sese Seko in 1996 to secure mining rights for his company. A few years later, Lundin admitted he had offered a “donation” to Mobutu’s “elections campaign,” but later said he never gave the funds.

Chuck Norris Reveals 1 HUGE Piece of Hillary’s Past She Did NOT Want America to See


Most people think that the two most important names in the Democratic race for the White House in 2016 are Obama and Clinton. However, the two names you should be paying attention to are Cloward and Piven.

Don’t know who they are? Don’t worry, most people don’t — but conservative commentator and generally kicka** guy Chuck Norris is going to make sure they do.

In an op-ed for WND, Norris explained that the two people — Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven — were academics who came up with a plan to introduce permanent socialism in the United States.
Norris said that “the Cloward-Piven strategy is a political plan created in 1966 by two Columbia University sociologists to overload the U.S. public welfare system, the goal being to replace it with a national system of ‘a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty.’

“I echo again that it’s neither a coincidence that Obama graduated from Columbia University nor that others who espoused the Cloward-Piven strategy were a group of radicals who have been a part of his life and education: Bill Ayers, Saul Alinsky, Bernardine Dohrn, George Wiley, Frank Marshall Davis, Wade Rathke and George Soros, among others,” Norris continued.

“What’s also not a coincidence is how close Hillary ran in the same circles.”
Norris then goes on to make the frightening connections.

“Robert Chandler, a retired Air Force colonel and former strategist for the White House … explained in the Washington Times that ‘much of (the Cloward-Piven) strategy was drawn from Saul Alinsky.’ There’s no doubt that Alinsky’s life and work served as the coach and plan for Cloward and Piven,” Norris writes.

“Hillary’s similar discipleship devotion was clearly seen by her 92-page college thesis paper on Saul Alinsky, which is a glimpse behind the present veil of her politically savvy and guarded gloss into the heart of her true ideologies … No surprise that in 1993, the Clintons asked officials at her alma mater to hide Hillary Rodham’s senior thesis from Clinton biographers.”

Norris also notes that the “Motor Voter” law, which was signed by Bill Clinton, was the brainchild of Cloward and Piven.
Barbara Ehrenreich, a collaborator of Cloward and Piven’s, wrote that the movement for such a law “was dedicated to the idea that if citizens were allowed to register to vote when they apply for aid from government programs or for drivers’ licenses, some of the historic administrative encumbrances on the right to vote could be overcome.

“The poor in particular, who often lack the time for voter registration, would be effectively enfranchised.”

And that’s not all.

“What’s not surprising is how the ‘Motor Voter’ law has morphed to incorporate more Cloward-Piven-Clinton strategies,” Norris wrote.

“For example in Oregon, legislators have just enacted a subsidiary law that registers a person to vote when they obtain or renew a state driver’s license. That might sound all fine and dandy, too, until one realizes that a stone’s throw away in neighboring states like California, they are doling out licenses to 1.5 million illegals over the next three years. How long will it be until California’s Motor Voter laws extend voting rights to illegals, too?”

“A first-year political student can easily see where a Hillary presidency will take Cloward-Piven strategies,” Norris concluded.

“You see, the plan to ‘fundamentally transform the United States of America’ has a successor, and she must be stopped.”

‘Son of Hamas’ tells Jerusalem Post conference: Islam is the problem – Trump is Right

‘Son of Hamas’ tells Jerusalem Post conference: Islam is the problem

Mosab Hassan Yousef – the “Green Prince” – who worked as an Israeli spy, said “the Jewish nation is dear to me and when I see nations fighting against the Jewish people it hurts me.”

Speaking at The Jerusalem Post’s annual conference in New York on Sunday, Yousef noted that at one point he was working for and being paid by Israel, the US, the PA and Hamas, all at the same time.

Yousef, the son of West Bank Hamas leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef, helped the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) thwart attacks from 1997 to 2007. He later went on to write an autobiography published in 2010 titled Son of Hamas.

He converted to Christianity and fled to the US where he was granted political asylum.

Yousef mentioned that he first became acquainted with the Post when he was in an Israeli prison 20 years ago and he wanted to learn English and ended up gaining knowledge about the Jewish and Western world.

“I speak with the authority of experience, it is not from the books, it is not a second-hand knowledge that I got from somebody. I don’t represent government or politicians – I represent myself,” he continued, before wading into problems he sees in the Palestinian and Islamic world.

He mentioned that he was raised to believe that Jews are the enemies of humanity and the Palestinians.

However, he continued, that was “until I came to experience what the Jewish nation really is…through witnessing the true democratic model in an ocean of darkness.”

Yousef recounted how he had witnessed a Palestinian mother send her five children on suicide attacks and how she would bless each one. The former Israeli spy said the mother did this to gain respect in society.

The collective mind of society is representing something, an ideology, a culture, a state of consciousness that is stuck in the 6th and 7th centuries in a tribal lust for power, he said.

“We cannot fool ourselves,” he continued, but “there is an Islamic problem,” going on to mention various radical Islamic terrorist groups such as Hamas, Hezbollah, Boko Haram and Islamic State.

“All of them are killing by the name of Allah,” he said adding that other religions do not act in such ways. “There is an Islamic problem and I think humanity needs to stand against this danger.”

Political correctness means to bury your head in the sand, but “the truth is that we are afraid and we are trying not to provoke them more, we are trying not to create a religious war. But there has been a religious war whether you like it or not.”

This threat needs to be faced with “courage,” said Yousef.

“To tell them no, Islam is a religion of peace. We just create the perfect climate for terrorists to keep on growing.” Islam is a belief system and the world should unify against it just as it did against Nazism, he went on to argue.

“When the president of the free world stands and says ‘Islam is a religion of peace’ he creates the climate…to create more terrorism,” asserted Yousef.

The Jewish people were able to overcome the Holocaust and instead of playing the victim card, built a democratic state, which sets a great example, concluded Yousef.

“I came from hell,” and “I love what Israel stands for.”

Hillary’s Campaign Died Today -State Department audit faults Clinton’s handling of emails

WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton disregarded various State Department guidelines for avoiding cybersecurity risks, an internal audit found Wednesday, faulting her and past secretaries of state for weak information management.

The inspector general’s 78-page analysis, a copy of which was obtained by The Associated Press, cites “longstanding, systemic weaknesses” related to the agency’s communications. These started before Clinton’s appointment as secretary of state, but her failures were singled out as more serious.

Despite guidelines to the contrary and never seeking approval, Clinton used mobile devices to conduct official business on her personal email account and private server. She never sought approval from senior information officers, who would have refused the request because of security risks, the audit said.

“By Secretary Clinton’s tenure, the department’s guidance was considerably more detailed and more sophisticated,” it concluded. “Secretary Clinton’s cybersecurity practices accordingly must be evaluated in light of these more comprehensive directives.”

The review was prompted by the revelations of Clinton’s email use, which has affected her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. Nevertheless, the review also encompassed the email and information practices of the last five secretaries.

The report said the department and its secretaries were “slow to recognize and to manage effectively the legal requirements and cybersecurity risks associated with electronic data communications, particularly as those risks pertain to its most senior leadership.”

Clinton has been dogged by questions about her email practices for more than a year, since AP revealed that the server was in the basement of Clinton’s New York home while she served as the nation’s top diplomat from 2009 to 2013.

Separately from the State Department audit, FBI agents have been probing whether Clinton’s use of a private email server imperiled government secrets.

Clinton has acknowledged in the campaign that her homebrew email setup was a mistake, but said she never sent or received anything marked classified at the time

BUILD THE WALL: Illegal Alien Numbers Hit RECORD High…GUESS How Many Crossed In 30 DAYS


BUILD THE WALL: Illegal Alien Numbers Hit RECORD High…GUESS How Many Crossed In 30 DAYS

These numbers are going to make your jaw drop. Are you ready for a President who will finally secure our borders? Or do you want more of the same that has brought us to this point?

The recent surge of illegal aliens flooding across the Southwest U.S. border continues undeterred as U.S. Customs and Border Protection set a new FY2016 apprehension record in April, catching a grand total of 38,135 illegal aliens over the 30-day period – an average of about 1,271 per day.
April’s apprehension total is 1,121 aliens higher than those reported in December, which until last month was the record-holder for apprehensions so far in FY2016.
As the number of unaccompanied minors streaming into the United States from Mexico continues to skyrocket past FY2014 numbers, border agents report apprehending another 5,198 unaccompanied minors at the U.S. Mexico border in April, bringing the total number of UACs apprehended since Oct. 1 to an alarming 32,952.
So far, the total number of this year’s UAC apprehensions reflects an alarming 74 percent increase over FY2014 levels, when an unprecedented number of family units and unaccompanied children surged into the United States, quickly overwhelming border patrol stations and raising serious questions into the Obama administration’s immigration enforcement policies. The agency had only reported 26,341 unaccompanied minor apprehensions by this point in FY2014.


If only there were a man like Judge Andrew Hanen that could have compelled Barack Obama to attend ethics classes before taking the oath of office, we might have avoided the worst of the last eight years. But while Hanen never had a chance to get the president’s mind right, he’s going to make damn sure his attorneys get their act together.

On May 19, Judge Hanen – who previously put a halt to Obama’s executive amnesty – censured Justice Department lawyers for their deception in the case. “Such conduct is certainly not worthy of any department whose name includes the word ‘Justice,’” Hanen wrote.

In a blistering smackdown, Hanen said that the DOJ attorneys could no longer practice law in the 26 states that brought suit against the federal government unless they began attending annual ethics classes.

“This court would be remiss if it left such unseemly and unprofessional conduct unaddressed,” he wrote.

Hanen has concluded that the DOJ’s lawyers misled him about the rollout of the executive order. By failing to be up front about how far along in the process the administration actually was, Hanen wrote, the attorneys kept the plaintiffs from filing for a restraining order right away. Instead, they kept implementing the rollout even while being instructed to stop.

“For whatever reason, the Justice Department trial lawyers appearing in this Court chose not to tell the truth about this DHS activity,” he wrote. “The first decision was certainly unsupportable, but the subsequent decision to hide it from the Court was unethical.”

If you take away the specifics, though, isn’t it amazing how easily these comments could be made to apply to any number of Obama administration efforts? Hanen could be talking about Obamacare, certainly. Illegal immigration, of course. The Iran nuclear deal, absolutely. And the list goes on. In all likelihood, we won’t even fully comprehend the extent to which we’ve been lied to until Obama is long out of office. And since liberals are itching to grant him sainthood as soon as possible, we may never get the whole truth.

But whether the mainstream media ever picks up on it or not, President Obama has presided over one of the most deceitful, politically-motivated administrations in modern history. He has shrouded the White House in secrecy and lied to the American public. All in search of a legacy. All in search of power that should never belong to one man. Not in this country, anyway.

But forget the ethics class, Barack. Just…just go away.
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Below is Colin Flaherty’s review of David Horowitz’s new book, “Progressive Racism,” which is volume 6 of The Black Book of the American Left, a multi-volume collection of David Horowitz’s conservative writings that will, when completed, be the most ambitious effort ever undertaken to define the Left and its agenda. (Order HERE.) We encourage our readers to visit – which features Horowitz’s introductions to Volumes 1-6 of this 10-volume series, along with their tables of contents, reviews and interviews with the author.

Cometh the hour: Never in our lifetimes has there been a greater gap between truth and fairy tale than when it comes to what reporters and public officials say about black people.

Cometh the book: Truth-telling pioneer David Horowitz was born to set this right. And he has done just that in “Progressive Racism,” part of a series called The Black Book of the American Left.

Look no further than the Washington Post for the latest reason why this is an essential book whose time has come.

The Post was recently doing one of its usual thumb suckers on Howard University, a hometown black college. The reporter did a serviceable job of describing the day-to-day chaos — not among students — but among people who run the school.

To wash away these administrative sins, the Post reminded us of Howard’s “young strivers with compelling stories and dreams.”

Including Khalil Saadiq “who lost a scholarship when his GPA dropped one-tenth of a point, from the required 3.3 to 3.2.” All because he “organized a viral picture of students with their hands up after the Ferguson, Mo., shooting.”

This is the same “hands up, don’t shoot” story that the Post earlier this year declared a hoax when it received Four Pinocchios for deception. The Post did forget, however, to mention the hundreds of reporters and editors and other employees of that news organization who were active participants in that fraud — and the hundreds of stories they produced for every section of that outlet.

Now we add the name of this Howard University student to the list of people who are spreading the lie of Ferguson. And the Post is happy to go along with it. Again.

That’s just one measure of the insanity surrounding the acting and reporting of black people in this country. And why heaping doses of sanity and pointed observation from Horowitz are the perfect remedy.

Horowitz opens this collection of his writings on race from the last 45 years with a recounting of the collected lies of Ferguson. They are hard to track, and it is great to have them all in one place. But they are hardly new.

He does that over and over with hundreds of examples of denial, deceit and delusion over a generation of racial politics from reporters, public officials, and the biggest fibbers of all: academics.

So many favorites from this book spring to mind: Horowitz was there to interrupt the sanctification of Stokely Carmichael after his death in 1998. During the ’60s, Carmichael was a familiar figure famous for calling for violent confrontations against white cops.

Even that was too much for the Black Panthers, who expelled him from their party, driving Carmichael into self-imposed foreign exile.

“Returning to the United States in the late ’80s, he took to the lecture circuit as a racial hate-monger, attacking Jews, whites and America to approving audiences on American university campuses,” wrote Horowitz at the time. “Carmichael’s parting shot was to accuse the ‘forces of American imperialism’” of causing his prostate cancer and his death.

But here is where Horowitz goes from being rigorous to relentless. He takes us to the present, where a professor at Tufts University recently wrote a biography of Carmichael that was greeted with thunderous applause in the academy.

Harvard professor Charles Ogletree called the book a “thoroughly impressive volume on a … underappreciated and poorly understood giant of the civil rights movement…”

Horowitz eviscerates this kind of phony scholarship with practiced — and welcome — ease: Carmichael “was not a good man, did not advance the cause of freedom, and the world will not miss him.” He dismissed the book as “sycophantic and dishonest portrait,” but not before showing us why.

The list of people who wish Horowitz would spend more time with his grandchildren and less time telling the truth about leftist fantasies is long — and just as engaging. Angela Davis, Huey Newton, Skip Gates, O.J. Simpson, and a surprisingly long list of violent black activists accused of murder, who are free today because their white lawyers convinced gullible juries the evidence was all about racism.

The families of the victims never forgot. Neither has Horowitz. Now neither will we.

I also enjoyed the reminder of President Bill Clinton’s full-throated defense of racial quotas.

Most Republicans may not know it, but during the recent primary season, Democrat candidates for President spent a huge chunk of time explaining why black people are relentless victims of white racism in every area of our lives. Often subconscious.

Hillary and Bernie have been free to repeat the most egregious lies about black people in America, and there is seldom pushback. Whether it is black people and white people commit the same amount of crimes but racist police only pick on innocent black people, Or cops are always shooting black people for no reason whatsoever, or environmental racism, its an open field for mendacity.

But it all depends on this phony-baloney history of black victimization from the last 50 years that is now accepted as conventional wisdom. But only among people who do not follow Horowitz.

Relentless black victimization is the greatest lie of our generation. And it is only fitting that the greatest exposer of left-wing deceit our country has ever produced is there to remind us of the truth of it all.

Not because it is interesting history. But because it is presently urgent.

This is a book that should be in the briefcase of every political pundit in America, especially the fresh-faced talking heads who like to remember the Black Panthers — not as murderous sociopaths — but as a harmless group of grandmothers giving out free breakfasts in Oakland.

Horowitz remembers the truth. He was there, talking to Huey Newton. The story of the Horowitz conversion from radical lefty to truth-telling media scourge never gets old.

Every college student should receive this book on registration day. If necessary, pay them to read it.

Every national political candidate this season should memorize it — because as it stands now, most are intellectually defenseless against the onslaught of racial deception that will confront them at every stop.

Claiming color blindness and promising more free stuff is not going to cut it this year. Read this book and you will know why.

Had this been available to Rand Paul, John Kasich, Chris Christie and Megyn Kelly, maybe they could have saved themselves some embarrassing moments over the last few months.

It is not too late for them.

For the rest of us, it arrives just in time.


The Democrats are so pleased by their inclusiveness aren’t they? It’s such a shame that everything that comes out of their mouths is lies or distortions of facts.

Does Joe Biden’s blanket statement have any basis in reality? Nope. But, the crowd surely ate it up.

The Daily Caller reports – In a speech to West Point’s class of 2016, Vice President Joe Biden said Saturday that more women and openly gay soldiers will only serve to make the U.S. military stronger.

“Having men and women together in the battlefield is an incredible asset, particularly when they’re asked to lead teams in parts of the world with fundamentally different expectations and norms,” Biden said in his graduation speech at West Point, according to The Associated Press.

Biden heaped praise on Eugene Coleman, the class president, for coming out as gay.

“E.J. would have been discharged from the Army, and we would have lost an incredible talent,” Biden said, referring to standard practice before the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” in 2010. “Thanks for your courage, E.J., and I expect we’re going to hear big things from you, pal.”

German Gov’t NOW Wants to Monitor MOSQUES, “Must not remain unwatched and…”

Is it already too late for the German government to decide that they want to start monitoring Mosques and Imams? Or do you think this is necessary for their survival after the invasion of ‘refugees’ to their country? According to RT…

Mosques and Islamic communities across Germany should be monitored to know “what is preached there” and prevent incoming refugees from radicalization, a senior German law enforcement official said in an interview.
The German government still lacks adequate knowledge on “what is happening” in mosques all across the country, Emily Haber, the state secretary at the German Ministry of the Interior, told Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on Friday. “We must know what is preached there. We cannot stay indifferent.”

There is a risk that young, predominantly male refugees will radicalize in Germany, whereas Muslim communities and mosques serve as reference point for many newcomers, she added. Mosques should be “especially highlighted,” as Germany has seen a rapid immigration increase over the past years.
“We need to bring into view more on what is developing there. We need to move fast,” Haber stressed. “It must also be clear who and from what country comes to Germany as Imam. This scene must not remain unwatched and uncontrolled.”
Haber has also criticized “gaps and shortcomings” in security cooperation between European countries, specifically mentioning France, the Netherlands and Belgium. Intelligence data should be shared “under similar criteria” and potential perpetrators have to be tackled “in a comparable way.”

Bill Clinton’s ‘best friend’: Why people are going to Trump

‘I don’t think anybody else would have done it’

Dolly Kyle, a longtime girlfriend of Bill Clinton, has a message for Juanita Broaddrick: I believe you.

Kyle told WND she believes Clinton is capable of the 1978 sexual assault Broaddrick claims has haunted her ever since.

“I will say I completely believe everything Juanita has ever said about that,” Kyle told WND. “I also believe Hillary threatened her in the follow up. In terms of threats and intimidation, it was initially Billy who threatened to destroy me in 1992 if I cooperated with the media. I found it later it was Hillary who was behind the actual attacks against me through her sniveling sycophant Sidney Blumenthal. So this is what they’ve been doing forever.”

Kyle traces the Clintons’ sordid history of criminality, corruption and personal attacks against their victims in her new book “Hillary: The Other Woman.” She was recently contacted by Broaddrick via Twitter, and the two began talking.

“Talking to Juanita has confirmed everything I believed about her,” she told WND. “She’s a good, solid person and she is truthful. But she is hurt by all these things.”

Kyle said she felt compelled to apologize to Broaddrick because she once had a relationship with “Billy,” who at the time she thought was a “nice guy.” But she now believes her ex-boyfriend was a rapist who sexually assaulted Broaddrick.

“It makes me sick!” she exclaimed.

Kyle told WND that the issue wouldn’t be in the spotlight if it weren’t for one man – presumptive Republican nominee Donald J. Trump.

“This is the reason Trump is doing so well,” Kyle said. “We Americans grew up thinking people who went to Washington should be brave, should be our John Wayne or Davey Crockett or whatever. And we have been grossly disappointed.

“The people who are running against Trump didn’t have the courage to say anything against Clinton. Courage is what is missing in Washington. We don’t have a national backbone anymore. That’s why people are going to Trump – the man has a backbone.”

Los Angeles attorney Candice Jackson, the author of “Their Lives: The Woman Targeted By The Clinton Machine,” agrees with Kyle.

What do YOU think? What’s the biggest reason people are going for Trump? Sound off in today’s WND poll.

“I firmly believe that the history of the GOP shows that nobody else would have been bold enough to bring this right back at the Clintons so directly, maybe not at all,” Jackson told WND. “It’s been in large part due to Donald Trump’s being willing to stand out there as a non-politically correct person, an outsider willing to throw it right back at them. I don’t think anybody else would have done it. I think a lot of us would have been talking about Bill and Hillary’s mistreatment of women, but no doubt it’s going to be a lot more effective when the Republican nominee is actually willing to say the words.”

And Jackson says the Clintons had better be ready, because this is just the beginning.

“I think that there are several women out there who are willing to talk again even though they have been silent for a long time,” Jackson said. “Dolly Kyle, Juanita Broaddrick in the new interview she just did with me are two. Kathleen Willey has been very consistent in speaking up for a long time. I don’t think this is going to go away anytime soon.”

Some of these stories have been familiar to Clinton critics for decades. However, Jackson says today is different because of how society has evolved in terms of listening to alleged victims of sexual assault.

“It’s reaching a different audience,” said Jackson. “And it’s being considered outside the scope of pure politics and from the perspective of the credibility of these women. There’s no impeachment hearings going on, there’s no Ken Starr with his prosecutions going on. So now it’s really hitting the Clintons with this long line of women who have been mistreated in different ways by them. People are more willing to take that into account.

“There’s justice in how feminism is coming back to bite Hillary. Juanita Broaddrick was ready to stay silent this campaign; she’s built a really good life for herself and doesn’t want any part of the spotlight. But it was Hillary Clinton’s tweet back in November saying we need to believe all victims of sexual assault which pushed her over the edge. She took it personally. She felt like if Hillary is out there saying that publicly and yet has denied and smeared me, I can’t stay quiet.”