Foreign Espionage In Silicon Valley And Presidio

By: Denise Simon | Founders Code

One of the more corrupt locations in the country is San Francisco. Within the Bay Area is a former military base now turned all elite real estate known as Presidio. Within Presidio is the Presidio Trust. Yikes, taxpayer dollars pay out big bonuses there. The largest federal bonus was paid to Bart Ferrell, a human resources manager, who processes the payroll for the Presidio Trust.

What the heck is going on in the Bay Area? Point to Senator Feinstein for those answers. But here is a BIG clue. Dianne sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee… sheesh… as you read below, it becomes evident over the expulsion of several Russians… but no Chinese?

As you read through this chilling summary, consider the Hillary/Russian conspiracy/collusion operation with Skulkovo.

The Clintons also strengthened their coffers. Three key transactions compose their pro-Kremlin graft.

• “The Ex-Im Bank would welcome an application for financing from Rosavia to support its purchase of Boeing aircraft,” Hillary said in Moscow on October 13, 2009. Three days later, according to the Washington Post, “Boeing formally submitted its bid for the Russian deal.” Kremlin-owned Rostekhnologii decided on June 1, 2010, to buy up to 50 Boeing 737s for Aeroflot, Russia’s national airline. Price: $3.7 billion.

That August 17, Boeing gave the Clinton Foundation $900,000 to “help support the reconstruction of Haiti’s public-education system” after a severe earthquake the previous January.

• Hillary pushed Skolkovo, “a high-tech corridor in Russia modeled after our own Silicon Valley,” as she explained in Moscow in October 2009. Her State Department colleagues encouraged 22 top American venture capitalists to tour Skolkovo in May 2010.

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Russia/China Owning the Arctic, U.S., Allies Behind

By: Denise Simon | Founders Code

Hat tip to Senator Sullivan of Alaska for recognizing the mission and threat of Russia so much that he brought legislative attention to Russia’s military activity in the Arctic. As a side note, this activity is not without China participating with Russia. As noted below from the NDAA 2019:

Icebreakers and Arctic Policy:

Senator Sullivan included a number of provisions in the FY2019 NDAA to advance U.S. interests in the Arctic region, including the authorization of 6 Heavy Polar-class Icebreakers for the Coast Guard and a requirement that each military service – the Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps – produce their own strategy for the Artic region. The NDAA also includes language to urge the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of State to examine the implications of Russian military activity in the Arctic as it related to U.S. military force posture in the region.

“Two authoritarian states with very concerning track records have pushed all-in on the Arctic,” said Senator Sullivan. “While China and Russia seem to recognize the Arctic’s economic, resource, and strategic importance, unfortunately, the U.S. has been late to see it. Thankfully, that does not include my colleagues on the Senate Armed Services Committee and, during the markup, we voted to authorize six U.S. Coast Guard Icebreakers and require each U.S. military service to complete their own individual Arctic Strategy. Slowly but surely, we’re finally beginning to wake up to the Arctic’s growing geopolitical significance.”

This advances to the point of what is going on in the Arctic. A big railroad system. Could it be that President Trump’s announcement with the EU for the United States to sell LNG to Europe is an energy coup against China and Russia?

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CA Rep. Dana Rohrabacher Dines With Alleged Russian Spy In DC

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

I am not a fan of Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA). He is far too cozy with the Russians and Vladimir Putin and I certainly don’t trust him. Not only did he have dealings with the last set of Russian spies kicked out of the United States, he seems to have been chummy with Maria Butina, the Russian woman who is now being indicted on charges of acting as an unregistered foreign agent of Moscow, according to ABC News. Butina actually bragged to classmates that she had worked for the Russian government. Just because Rohrabacher’s a Republican does not make him a good guy in my book. It’s his actions that decide that with me.

Rohrabacher’s office has confirmed he met and dined with the then 28 year-old Russian at French eatery Bistro Bis in Washington, D.C., in February of 2017. I find it curious that a high profile politico would find it so inconsequential to dine with a Russian woman that he claims he does not know well. Not to mention why he met with her in the first place. Two years earlier, Butina had helped arrange a meeting in St. Petersburg, Russia that included Rohrabacher and her mentor, Kremlin-connected banker Alexander Torshin, federal officials have confirmed. I’m sure this guy is a hot topic with our alphabet agencies… at least he should be.

Word of this meeting comes about a week after Rohrabacher first admitted he met with Butina while visiting Russia with a congressional delegation in August of 2015. Rohrabacher pushed back against its potential significance, saying he was joined by another U.S. lawmaker, along with other Americans. Newsflash… that doesn’t make it okay. It just means others were involved. Rohrabacher is quick to defend Butina calling her arrest ‘stupid’. You know what is stupid? Letting your guard down and letting your organizations be infiltrated by spies. Now, that’s stupid, whether they are Russian, Chinese, Iranian or North Korean. He says the charges against Butina are “bogus.” Right. In my world, if it walks like a spy, it’s a spy. I guess we’ll see.

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In Egypt Copts Are Living With Police Brutality

By: Dr. Ashraf Ramelah | Voice of the Copts

When a citizen encounters danger there is really only one thing to do; go to the police. A policeman’s duty is to protect and serve the citizens. In Egypt, over the doorway of every police station is a slogan pertaining to this commitment. It reads, “Police are for the service of the people,” which is the very slogan painted across every police car in Egypt.

This past week, when an Egyptian Copt was threatened by a thug that broke into his place of business he decided to go to his local police station to report the issue. He trusted their slogan in the new post-Mubarak and post-Morsi era. He tested it out, and now this law-abiding citizen is dead.

It all began in Bani Sweef, a province of Upper Egypt where the victim, a married man with four children, was an owner of a barber shop. According to the man’s wife when seen on local TV, the horrible event began when a local resident contacted her husband by phone at home reporting that he broke open the lock on the front door of his barber shop. The caller then asked her husband for the sum of five thousand Egyptian pounds. This man went on to threaten her husband that should he not receive this sum he would burn down the shop.

After the call ended, her husband contacted a neighbor close by his shop asking him to check the status of the store. The neighbor verified that the door lock was in fact broken, but the store was intact.

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Pages And Pages About Page In The FISA Application

By: Denise Simon | Political Vanguard

Who is Carter Page and why does he matter?

In 2016, the Trump campaign operation named Carter Page as a policy advisor. Prior to that, Carter Page had no connection to Donald Trump other than to have voluntarily sent policy papers to his campaign – although who his initial contact within the campaign was remains a mystery.

The FBI, on the other hand, certainly knew who Carter Page was.

The FBI began creating a file on Carter Page as far back as 2013. Not long after, Page became an informant in a case against three Russian spies that was prosecuted in a Manhattan federal court. In a criminal complaint filed in 2015 in federal court in Manhattan, the F.B.I. and prosecutors accused three Russians of working in the United States as spies. The court documents showed that those Russians tried to recruit Carter Page for unlawful purposes.

Prior to that and after working as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch in London, Page moved to Merrill Lynch’s Russia branch, where he was a vice president from 2004 to 2007. That was not Page’s first interest in Russia.

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