The Search for a Russian Mole

By: Cliff Kincaid

Will the investigation of anti-Trump bias in the FBI turn into something even more ominous? Consider the well-established fact that President Barack Hussein Obama, using a pseudonym, knowingly exchanged emails with Hillary on her private unsecure server. He then lied about it. That’s why Hillary was spared. The FBI spared her to protect him.

The leadership of the FBI knew Obama was a Marxist operative and agent of influence for the world communist and Islamic movements. They knew he had ties to Louis Farrakhan and former Weather Underground terrorists. They also had a 600-page FBI file on Obama’s mentor, Communist Party operative Frank Marshall Davis. It was released to America’s Survival, Inc. in the summer of 2008 and we then made it public. A mentor to Obama for about eight years, he taught Obama to hate white people and admire Red Russia.

Instead of investigating Obama for espionage, the FBI used a dossier based on Russian sources to investigate Trump for supposedly having Russian connections! This fact alone demonstrates the susceptibility of the FBI’s top leadership to Russian disinformation and propaganda operations. The dossier, paid for by the Hillary campaign, was concocted by a former British intelligence agent who was considered a socialist in college. He is now the subject of a criminal complaint for making potentially false statements about the distribution of claims contained in the dossier.

It was a classic Russian maneuver. As the Senate Subcommittee on Internal Security explained in a 1967 study on The Techniques of Soviet Propaganda, “Soviet propaganda uses as a fundamental psychological stratagem the ancient and familiar ruse of crying ‘thief’ to divert attention from its own thievery.”

America’s Survival, Inc. presented the evidence of Obama’s service to the Russians at a November 10, 2017, National Press Club conference. As part of the campaign to hold Obama accountable, America’s Survival, Inc. has published the books, Comrade Obama Unmasked and Red Star Rising.

The issue goes beyond FBI misconduct.  We know FBI counterintelligence special agent Robert P. Hanssen was a Soviet/Russian mole inside the bureau. His record of treason spanned 22 years, from 1979 to 2001. The situation was so bad that a Commission for the Review of FBI Security Programs was created in 2001 under the leadership of William H. Webster and issued a report in 2002. As Reed Irvine and I reported at the time:

The Webster report is familiar reading for those acquainted with the disastrous neglect of security during the Clinton administration. The report is a litany of security lapses, vulnerabilities, and bad practices in what is supposed to be the nation’s premier law enforcement, counterespionage and counter terrorism agency. Webster and his panel found an institutional bias against security and a lack of sufficient resources, personnel and management attention, all of which began in the mid-1990s.

Webster found that there were practically no controls on highly sensitive classified documents and that computer systems were absurdly vulnerable to the “insider threat.” FBI agents with access to classified intelligence information were not required to take polygraphs. There is not even a Bureau-wide definition of what constitutes a security violation. No wonder Hanssen was able to give the Russians so much classified information and compromise so many human intelligence sources and intelligence collection programs.

In a follow-up column, “The FBI Protected Russia’s Spy,” we noted evidence that the FBI was informed back in 1990 that Hanssen might be spying for the Soviet Union. Hanssen’s brother-in-law, Mark Wauck, who was also an FBI agent, had told his superiors that he suspected that Hanssen was spying for the Soviets. The FBI did not discover Hanssen’s espionage at the time.  So he continued spying for the Russians for another 11 years.

Hanssen was a top-level FBI Supervisory Special Agent who worked for the Soviet Counterintelligence Division within the Bureau’s New York City office and the Soviet Analytical Unit within the Intelligence Division.  It was a case of a Russian spy being assigned to catch other Russian spies.

Robert S. Mueller, the Russia-gate special counsel, became FBI director after Hanssen was caught. The Inspector General warned Mueller in a report that Hanssen had escaped detection “because of longstanding systemic problems in the FBI’s counterintelligence program and a deeply flawed internal security program.” The Inspector General had recommended a central repository for the receipt, collection, storage, and analysis of derogatory information concerning FBI employees “with access to sensitive information.” Such a repository could help identify security risks and spies.

By 2007, the Inspector General said that Robert Mueller’s FBI had “not yet established” such a repository.

Mueller had issued a statement in 2003 saying he was taking the proposed reforms seriously. It’s clear that Mueller and his successor, James Comey, failed. Otherwise, how could anti-Trump and pro-Hillary FBI operatives such as Lisa Page and Peter Strzok have survived and prospered in the FBI? How could they plot with Andrew McCabe, who has just been removed as FBI deputy director?

Incredibly, Strzok, former chief of the counterespionage section in the FBI, joined the Mueller probe but was eventually let go. However, he still works at the FBI. How and why was he hired by Mueller in the first place? Who recommended him?  Why were Strzok and Page allowed to carry on an adulterous affair while they worked for the FBI? Until we get complete and honest answers, we have to assume the worst – that security risks who may be Russian agents have continued to work inside America’s premier law enforcement agency.

We may be living through an American version of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,” the gripping espionage novel by author John le Carré about penetration of British intelligence that was made into a film and had people wondering until the end about the identity of the Russian mole.

FBI Director Christopher Wray will have to clean house – not just of the partisan operatives but the security risks and possible Russian agents. Then the focus can move back to where it belongs — the espionage activities of Hillary Clinton and her boss, Barack Hussein Obama.

What about charging obstruction of justice in this case?


Weekly Featured Profile – Michael Leone


Michael Leone

Michael Leone, is chair of the University of Houston Young Communist League USA and a member of the Communist Party USA.

He has also been active in the Harris County Democratic Socialists – a part of Democratic Socialists of America and the Houston Socialist Movement.

In August 2017, a University of Houston Young Communist League USA flier was pinned to a campus bulletin board. The flier was aimed at building student support against “Trump’s fascist regime” and “terrorist hate groups.”

“We must stand united against Trump’s fascist regime and its Nazi henchmen, affirming that our university is a safe place for people of all ethnic backgrounds and is not safe for racist, terrorist hate groups.”

In October 2017, Michael Leone was a Young Communist League USA delegate to the XIX World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi, Russia.

Sochi Venue entrance

This international communist gathering of more than 30,000 young people was timed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution. The festival was personally sponsored and keynoted by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Michael Leone and his American communist friends Al Neal, Chauncey Robinson, Estevan Nembhard, Cameron Orr, Emiliana Sparaco and Yennifer Mateo mixed with young Marxist-Leninists from all over the world.

Michael Leone with North Korean delegate

Russian delegates

The delegates were also treated to an address by the then Communist Party of the Russian Federation leader Gennady Zyuganov.

Russian Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov

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MARXIST DEMOCRATS PART 1: Ali Khorasani for U.S. Congress, Texas’ 2nd Congressional District

By: Trevor Loudon | New Zeal

Ali Khorasani

Several hundred communists and socialists will run for public office on the Democratic Party ticket this year. One of them is Houston activist Ali Khorasani, who is vying for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, from Texas’ 2nd Congressional District.

Ali Khorosani describes himself as a “bisexual, biracial biochemist.” Despite the fact that Khorasani is a member of America’s largest Marxist organization, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), he leaves that part out of his campaign website, where he describes himself as a “proud Leftist Progressive with a background in chemistry and engineering.” Khorosani informs potential voters that he has been “passionate about social justice and community engagement throughout my life.” Ali Khorasani also reveals that he was selected as the “Peer Minister for Ecumenical and Interreligious Life” at St. Edward’s University and was a part of former President Obama’s “Interfaith Challenge.”

Khorasani is one of four 2018 candidates endorsed by Houston Democratic Socialists of America. Three of the endorsees are card-carrying DSA members: Franklin Bynum, candidate for Harris County Criminal Court #8; Danny Norris, for Harris County Department of Education Board of Trustees, and Khorasani himself.

Ali Khorasani supports the Maoist-led Black Lives Matter movement.

Ali Khorosani (left) with Black Lives Matter Houston Founder “Ashton P. Woods

Houston DSA has some cross-membership with the Houston branch of the Communist Party USA. For instance Houston Communist Party leader Bernard Sampson is also active in DSA and serves as a local Democratic Party Precinct chair. Ali Khorasani also appears to have a foot in all three camps.

Here are photos of Khorasani with Houston Communist Party leader Bernard Sampson and Chicago Communist Party veteran Bea Lumpkin:

Ali Khorasani with Houston Communist Party leader Bernard Sampson, 2017.

Ali Khorasani, Bea Lumpkin, Chicago Communist Party veteran. Unity Center Houston, November 2017.

Running in an open seat vacated by retiring Republican Ted Poe, against four other Democrats in the primary, Ali Khorasani would normally be considered a long shot. However, he will have the backing of several hundred East Texas DSAers, Communist Party members and young Democrats in the primary. If Ali Khorasani wins, he will have 30,000 DSA members nationwide on his team and whispering in his ear.

This candidacy should not be under-estimated. In recent months DSA has elected more than 20 members and allies to office, including DSA comrade Lee Carter to the Virginia Assembly and DSA ally Randall Woodfin to the mayoralty of Birmingham Alabama. They are now running several Congressional candidates, as well as at least two state gubernatorial campaigns – mostly as Democrats.

The writers at Act Blue appear to be encouraged by Ali Khorasani’s progress:

2017 was a very rewarding year for our campaign. A progressive millennial scientist with zero political experience (and our awesome team of supporters) have changed the status quo of politics by promoting a bold progressive message for District 2. We appeared at the Medicare for All Town Hall, various marches and rallies, the Big Hearted Texas candidate forum, and several other political events. We were second in the Democratic primary for fundraising with an average contribution of $11, and we made it to Position 2 on the Harris County Primary ballot.

Ali Khorasani is a crypto-communist running as a Democrat. His campaign is deceptive in nature and needs to be exposed. Please help spread this information throughout Texas District 2, and beyond.

Watch and circulate Trevor Loudon’s shocking documentary  The Enemies Within as widely as you can before November 2018. It is a vote changing experience.


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This Could Be A Significant Week

By: Kent Engelke | Capitol Securities

For the first time since 2014, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury is topping 2.7%. The selloff less than a month into 2018 has sparked many calls of a prolonged bear market.

The last time the 10-year yielded three percent was at the end of 2013 and when the Federal Reserve made its movements shift to QE tapering, only later to end up increasing QE which in turn caused the 10-year yield to drop in yield by almost half in about 13 months.

This week, I think the Treasury selloff could either accelerate or abate. As noted yesterday, President Trump gives his first State of the Union Address tonight. Typically, Treasuries sell off following the address given the speech is historically filled with increased government spending.

Later in the week is when the FOMC releases it latest policy decision. No change in policy is expected, but all think the post meeting statement will include a rate hike that is imminent in March.

And then there is Friday’s jobs data. What will the statistics suggest?

Finally, the Treasury announces its quarterly refunding plans. As noted many times, net Treasury issuance is expected to top $1.3 trillion, the greatest amount since 2009.

I can argue that if all the above indicates strength, a 3% 10-year Treasury yield is all but assured.

Historically, bond and equity prices move in tandem, defined as lower bond prices typically dictate lower equity prices. I do not think that it is different this time.

This week is also a significant week for earnings. The top technology, drug and energy companies will post results. Commenting about energy, the discount between crude and the price of energy equities is at an all-time record according to Merrill Lynch. In the same vein, but on the opposite end of the spectrum, technology valuations are near or at record levels.

Is a change about to occur?

As noted, this can indeed be a significant week.

Last night, the foreign markets were down. London was down 0.68%, Paris was down 0.48% and Frankfurt was down 0.59%. China was down 0.53%, Japan was down 1.42% and Hang Sang was down 1.09%.

The Dow should open moderately lower as the global selloff in sovereign debt is accelerating, a selloff predicated upon growth stronger than expected. Maybe dogs still chase cats and cats still eat birds as the millennial old relationship between Treasury and equity prices is still valid. The 10-year is off 5/32 to yield 2.71%.