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« on: October 28, 2017, 04:00:16 pm »

https://hotair.com/archives/2017/10/18/timeline-clintons-russians-uranium/

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I created most of this timeline more than two years ago but with the recent revelations about Russian bribery and extortion efforts within the U.S., I thought it was time for an update. Most of the links are to articles published by the NY Times which ran several important pieces on this topic in 2015.

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Late 2004: Canadian mining magnate Frank Giustra creates a company to invest in uranium mining called UrAsia Energy Ltd.

June 2005: Giustra meets Bill Clinton at ?a fundraiser for tsunami victims at Mr. Giustra?s Vancouver home.? The two hit it off. (Note: Newsweek reports Clinton and Giustra first met in January, not June.)

August 2005: Giustra?s company UrAsia Energy sends engineering consultants to Kazakhstan, which is home to about 20 percent of the world?s uranium supply. Kazakhstan has a repressive government with a poor human rights record and a history of unfair elections. Nursultan Nazarbayev has been its only president since 1991. A 2004 Human Rights Watch report stated, ?The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the Council of Europe found that the elections ?fell short? of international standards, citing unbalanced election commissions and media bias favoring pro-presidential parties.?

September 6, 2005: Giustra flies former President Clinton on his private jet for stops in three nations. The stops are all part of Clinton Foundation work to grant cheaper access to AIDS drugs. The first stop on the tour, said to be ?arranged hastily,? is Kazakhstan. It will be Clinton?s only post-presidential visit to the country.

Clinton then gives a news conference about his AIDS work with President Nazarbayev and afterward praises him for ?opening up the social and political life of your country.? Clinton specifically praises Nazarbayev for pledges he had made weeks earlier to free and fair elections. Clinton suggested this commitment ?will be quite influential in what I hope will be a successful bid to be the leader of the OSCE in 2009. I think it?s time for that to happen, it?s an important step, and I?m glad you?re willing to undertake it.? At the time Clinton made this statement, the U.S. government did not support Kazakhstan?s bid for OSCE leadership, citing ?serious corruption.?

Also during their one-night stay in Kazakhstan, Frank Giustra tells President Nazarbayev he is seeking a business relationship with Kazatomprom, Kazakhstan?s state-owned uranium mining company. President Nazarbayev replies, ?Very good, go to it.?

September 7, 2005: Clinton and Giustra leave Kazakhstan on Giustra?s private jet.

September 8, 2005: UrAsia Energy Ltd. signs a Memorandum of Understanding with Kazatomprom worth $450 million. The New York Times reports that UrAsia went from a second-tier shell company to leading uranium producer overnight. One uranium industry expert tells the Times the selection of UrAsia for the deal is a ?mystery.?

November 11, 2005: Zamanbek Nurkadilov, a former Mayor of Almaty who joined an opposition party and threatened to publish documents proving government ?high level? corruption in President Nazarbayev?s administration, is found dead. He was shot three times, twice in the chest and once in the head. The government rules his death a suicide.

December 2005: Nursultan Nazarbayev wins another 7-year term as President with 91 percent of the vote. Mr. Clinton congratulated Nazarbayev on the win in a letter which states, ?Recognizing that your work has received an excellent grade is one of the most important rewards in life.?

Early 2006: Giustra makes a $31.3 million donation to the Clinton Foundation. The donation is kept secret until December 2007.

September 2006: Giustra ?co-produces? former President Clinton?s star-studded 60th birthday gala, an event which eventually raises $21 million for the Clinton Foundation.

February 2007: Uranium One, a South African mining company, buys UrAsia Energy Ltd. for $3.1 billion. The head of Kazatomprom has a private, 3-hour meeting with Bill Clinton at Clinton?s New York home to discuss a forthcoming business deal arranged by Giustra. When asked about the meeting by the New York Times, Giustra denied it happened or that he arranged it. When it is pointed out that Moukhtar Dzhakishev, president of Kazatomprom, has a photo with Mr. Clinton taken inside his home during the meeting, Giustra does an about face. Similarly, a spokesman for Clinton initially denies the meeting took place, then issues a ?correction? acknowledging it did.

2009: Ian Telfer, Chairman of Uranium One, donates $1 million to the Clinton Foundation through his family charity.

June 2009: Moukhtar Dzhakishev, the head of Kazatomprom, is arrested for illegally selling mining rights to foreign companies, including some given to Frank Giustra?s UrAsia (which are now owned by Uranium One). The NY Times reports ?American diplomatic cables made public by WikiLeaks?reflect concerns that Mr. Dzhakishev?s arrest was part of a Russian power play for control of Kazakh uranium assets.?

June 10-11, 2009: Uranium One pressures the U.S. Embassy in Kazakhstan to clarify the situation regarding its mining rights and US officials meet with Kazakh officials on these two days to discuss it.

June 14, 2009: A subsidiary of the Russian atomic energy agency Rosatom gains a 17 per
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« Reply #1 on: October 29, 2017, 05:02:06 pm »

The only question that remains, will the Clintons be brought to justice like the Rosenbergs?  Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were both electrocuted to death for treason.  What they did is minuscule by comparison to the Clintons.

This is where the NWO power brokers control the swamp.  I seriously doubt any indictments will be brought against the two worst criminal minds perhaps in USA history.  They make every mafia organization look like child's play by comparison.

Will there be justice in America?  Little hope remains for that.  The corruption is just too thick for one man to change.
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« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2017, 08:59:41 pm »

The only question that remains, will the Clintons be brought to justice like the Rosenbergs?  Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were both electrocuted to death for treason.  What they did is minuscule by comparison to the Clintons.

This is where the NWO power brokers control the swamp.  I seriously doubt any indictments will be brought against the two worst criminal minds perhaps in USA history.  They make every mafia organization look like child's play by comparison.

Will there be justice in America?  Little hope remains for that.  The corruption is just too thick for one man to change.

If the Clintons have by now not had the Roseberg treatment, they never will.
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« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2017, 10:08:50 pm »

I doubt they will come to justice.  I suspect the power brokers will arrange for their departure when it suits them.  Plane crash or something along that line. 

But if you look are the toons here the one by Dinesh DiSouza comparing the Rosenbergs to the Clintons was fantastic.  I have been saying that what the Clintons did in my mind was 1,000 times worse than the Rosenbergs for over a year.

I believe the greatest coverup of all time are the number of intel human assets dead because of HR Clinton's cavalier mindset on national security.  Clinton must pay for her high crimes.  And her POS husband needs to be locked up too for his pedophilia.  How many young teens did he diddle with on Epstein Island?  How many?  Another stinking coverup!
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« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2017, 11:08:31 pm »

I doubt they will come to justice.  I suspect the power brokers will arrange for their departure when it suits them.  Plane crash or something along that line. 

But if you look are the toons here the one by Dinesh DiSouza comparing the Rosenbergs to the Clintons was fantastic.  I have been saying that what the Clintons did in my mind was 1,000 times worse than the Rosenbergs for over a year.

I believe the greatest coverup of all time are the number of intel human assets dead because of HR Clinton's cavalier mindset on national security.  Clinton must pay for her high crimes.  And her POS husband needs to be locked up too for his pedophilia.  How many young teens did he diddle with on Epstein Island?  How many?  Another stinking coverup!

Yes....how many intel are dead? I say it is a high number. I think it was a Navy Seal attack in some ME country right when Trump took office. One died. Th said it was like the enemy knew and seemed to be  waiting for them. I also think the IT Awan scandal gave up many intel secrets. Debbie Wasserman Shultz aka DWS was in charge of the Awan brothers.

You know she must have given that intel to her BFF hillary. Oh did you see Donna Brazile dedicated her book to Seth Rich?

Also that helicopter full of special forces that was shot down....I think that was during madam secretary rein.
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« Reply #5 on: November 08, 2017, 03:39:43 am »

Many are dead because of Obama and Clinton.  The true cost of destruction these two have delivered to America will never be fully measured.
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« Reply #6 on: November 08, 2017, 02:00:12 pm »

Uranium One: Previously Undiscovered FOIA Documents Could Be Game-Changer in Investigation?

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/11/03/uranium-one-previously-undiscovered-foia-documents-could-be-game-changer-in-investigation/#more-140769

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The time-line here is very important as it might change the perception of exactly what the FBI was investigating as it relates to Hillary Clinton?s email scandal.  Therefore a backdrop to understand content and context is important.

Up to now the general perception of the FBI?s involvement surrounding the Clinton emails has been against the backdrop of using a personal email server to conduct business, and the potential for unlawful transmission of classified data.

Additionally, the circumvention of official information technology protocols was the narrative most often discussed. The headlines were ?Clinton used bad judgement? etc.

In essence, throughout 2015, 2016, 2017 the arguments, including FBI legal probes, were thought to center around ?process?.  However, Katica?s discovery re-frames that argument to focus on the subject matter ?content? within the emails, and not the process.


Do not hold your breath if you think killary and her ilk will ever be charged with anything corrupt they have ever done.
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« Reply #7 on: November 08, 2017, 02:05:33 pm »

Uranium One deal led to some exports to Europe, memos show

http://thehill.com/policy/national-security/358339-uranium-one-deal-led-to-some-exports-to-europe-memos-show

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After the Obama administration approved the sale of a Canadian mining company with significant U.S. uranium reserves to a firm owned by Russia?s government, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission assured Congress and the public the new owners couldn?t export any raw nuclear fuel from America?s shores.

?No uranium produced at either facility may be exported,? the NRC declared in a November 2010 press release that announced that ARMZ, a subsidiary of the Russian state-owned Rosatom, had been approved to take ownership of the Uranium One mining firm and its American assets.

A year later, the nuclear regulator repeated the assurance in a letter to Sen. John Barrasso, a Wyoming Republican in whose state Uranium One operated mines. 

Now I have been reading that the Bundy Ranch takeover had something to do with Uranium on that property and that is why the gov took over. Anyone else reading that?
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« Reply #8 on: November 09, 2017, 10:18:51 am »

It will end up being a page out of Tom Clancy's The Sum of All Fears, where our own uranium will end up being used against us, killing Americans.  And we will have the master mind criminal HR Clinton and Barrack Hussein Obama to thank for it.

The unchecked treason in America must be put to an end.
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