Wednesday, July 27, 2016

"Clinton Cash" Documentary

I have written that Herman Goering may be one of whom the most amount of felonies could have been prosecutable in modern history.

I watched "Clinton Cash."

I was speechless in response.

I am interested in the comments of readers here, particularly because of their love of discernment, which led them to this blog.

Please watch the documentary and listen carefully to the wording.

Is it truthful?


If you believe there is deception, please highlight the section and what has caused disbelief. If you find it reliable, why is this your conclusion? It is short and should be compared to, externally, "Making of a Murderer" regarding editing. For the discerning: What is the difference between the two?

  

36 comments:

Marci said...

This is a very strange missing kid situation. One thing that stood out to me was that she called the PD's general number instead of calling 911 when she found her 10yr old son missing at 1:00 something in the morning

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/southwest-valley/2016/07/22/southwest-valley-jesse-wilson-mom-missing-buckeye-boy-sweet-and-mischevious/87463160

Anonymous said...

Can Trump win? President Obama: ‘Anything is possible’

snip

At a news conference in February, Obama rejected the idea that voters would elect Trump to succeed him in the Oval Office.

I continue to believe Mr. Trump will not be president,” Obama said. “And the reason is because I have a lot of faith in the American people, and I think they recognize that being president is a serious job. It’s not hosting a talk show or a reality show, it’s not promotion, it’s not marketing, it’s hard. And a lot of people count on us getting it right, and it’s not a matter of pandering and doing whatever will get you in the news on a given day.”

https://www.yahoo.com/news/obama-trump-win-anything-possible-000000473.html

Marci said...

Here is the call to the non-emergency number....

http://www.cbs5az.com/story/32511928/police-release-call-made-by-mom-of-missing-buckeye-boy-border-patrol-helps-with-search?autostart=true

Marci said...

Jesse's mom didn't want police to release his picture to the Media... Peter I hope you have time to comment on this.. Jesse needs more attention than what he is getting :(

Anonymous said...

I know who I will be voting for. I have known since the primaries. I will only say that I will not vote for Hillary.

-KC

Anonymous said...

OT - Jesse Wilson FYI - he's runaway before. She didn't want the police to release his picture to searchers.

Mother's quotes:

"Yes, um, my son have either climbed out the window, which he done before, or he has, put some shows on, or, um he has gone out the back door and back gate."
"Your sister and your brother loves you so much."
"I just miss your loving, caring sweet way."
"I hopin' I'll find him but I don't think so. Its been too long now."

She told police he went missing around 9:30pm Sunday but didn't call authorities until after 1:30am.

-KC

Anonymous said...

^^ shoes not shows ^^
-KC

Anonymous said...

the operator asks how old he is... 6-second pause...
"um... he's uh... um... he's...10"

Sarah Highcove said...

Jesse's mother: In Wilson's eyes, the dog was a symbol of Jesse. Affectionate, loving — all the thing Jesse is. She said she had the dog sent away over the last week because she "couldn't stand" to look at the dog without Jesse being there.

"His chore was to feed that dog," Wilson said.

So she got rid of the dog (that her son worships) right away???? And mentions his chore is to feed it??? So she essentially is saying that she got rid of it because she knows he isn't coming back to feed it...this is sickening.

Nic said...

I need to watch this doc a second time. I wasn't impressed seeing John Baird's face in it, TD (Cdn bank). Giustra is news to me (Canada is also uranium rich and there is a lot of mining/exploration going on as I type), so I will be doing some research into the companies mentioned and also into my own retirement portfolio. Put it this way, in future I will be paying close attention to the production company of the films I choose to see and if it's Lion's Gate, forget it.

John mcgowan said...

Moved over from another article:

Mom: Missing Buckeye boy 'sweet' and 'mischievous'

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/southwest-valley/2016/07/22/southwest-valley-jesse-wilson-mom-missing-buckeye-boy-sweet-and-mischevious/87463160/

Listen to call mom of missing Buckeye boy made to police

Wilson, 10, went missing July 18 when his mother called the non-emergency police department phone number at 1:30 a.m., officials said.

http://www.tucsonnewsnow.com/clip/12611188/listen-to-call-mom-of-missing-buckeye-boy-made-to-police

Raw video: Mother of missing boy makes tearful statement

http://www.tucsonnewsnow.com/clip/12608911/2016/07/21/raw-video-mother-of-missing-boy-makes-tearful-statement

Nic said...

Anonymous @ 11:40am..

[They] said the same thing about Obama. If I recall correctly they called him a "rock star" running for president. People wondered how he was catapulted so quickly and the the "Oprah effect" has been mentioned on many occasions. He's up there with one of her "favourite things" or "the book club". Put it this way, not many knew who he was until she had him on her show and "endorsed" him. Not only that, she made it perfectly clear that she had never endorsed a politician before so by extending her endorsement she not only gave him a platform, she gave him "reach".

After he won, Bush came out and wished him well and basically said the exact same thing about Obama as Obama is saying about Trump, i.e., there being a difference between running the late night talk show circuit, SNL, etc. and running the White House. Except Trump actually knows something about money and industry.

Trumps's agenda is about protectionism. That agenda is resonating very deeply in what is considered the 98%, i.e, the working poor or poorer. After what Clinton and Co. did to Sanders, they achieved what they are too arrogant to acknowledge - or hoping the media will not illuminate to the general voting public: a chasm in their own party. The disenfranchised Sanders' have effectively become "swing" voters.

The games have barely begun. This is going to be a blood bath of epic proportion.

jmo

Anonymous said...

I worked with a lady from Arkansas back in the '80s when Bill Clinton was running for president and none of the information detailed here is a shock or new. This woman told me the citizens of Arkansas couldn't wait to get rid of him as governor because he was so corrupt and everybody knew it. The Clintons are truly frightening and have moral compass. Getting money and power is their only motivation in life and they don't care who they hurt. I'll never forget the poor people in the travel office who were fired after 25 years of service so they could put their people in. It's been said the true character of someone is shown in how they treat the little guy/people with no power and in that regards both Bill and Hill have shown they will squash anyone and destroy lives if they get in their way. They have proven they will lie, cheat, steal, destroy anyone utterly and completely in their lust for power. Sadly, I've heard many of these allegations in the documentary many times before and just like Obama the media has turned a blind eye to it. Instead they're crying over the history in making of the first woman candidate - it doesn't matter she's the most corrupt, ruthless person to ever run and her record is one of breaking every rule to further her aims.

and OT they just had an suitcase bomb explode in in Nuremberg Germany and yet John Kerry is telling everyone that air conditioning is worse than ISIS. Is it any wonder people are listening to Donald Trump?

Alania said...

Does anyone else notice that Hiillary takes no joy in her victories and that even when she won the nomination and gave that speech to little girls who may be inspired by her and who may have stayed up late to watch her, she sounds about as joyful as someone who has hit their thumb with a hammer, and she forces that fake, evil smile. So, this begs the question, what propels her forward to victory since she doesnt seem to desire or take joy in any of it? And Im far from comvinced her motivation is just to have Bill be her b&tch in the White House. It's something else. Im curious if anyone has insight into what is propelling her since she looks so joyless?
Bernie Sanders, sorry, but I never listened to anything he had to say bc I think it shows a real lack of respect that he would not even get haircuts or brush his hair when running for the Presidency! It's like that sh$t is fine if you're laying around stoned in college talking about your "ideas" but how could he expect to be taken seriously looking so dissheveled? And he would be Commander and Chief of the army?
Yes, it is looking like Trump is the best choice.

Anonymous said...

Alania she has always been after one thing - power and money because that's what she thinks she deserves. Don't forget she magically turned $10,000 into $100,000 in Cattle Futures during their time in Arkansas and her whitewater deals were just the beginning. She came from a middle class background and went to an Ivy league school where she was exposed to students from extremely wealthy and power families and I think she has always had deep resentment of wealth/power but at the same time feels entitled to it. She played the game being the long suffering wife of a man who was well-known for cheating on her yet she stood by him for decades - why? Some have ventured that being the Democratic nominee was her payback but Obama took it away the last time. In the meantime she's become a multi-millionaire giving speeches, getting donations to the Clinton Foundation from dubious donors and as Secretary of State it's been proven she's rewarded donors with advantageous deals. I think of a saying "you can never get enough of what you don't need to impress people that you don't like" meaning if you have no inner happiness/fulfillment nothing will ever satisfy you and I think that's true in her case.

Anonymous said...

Wow Anon, great answer!

You wrote

"I think she has always had deep resentment of wealth/power but at the same time feels entitled to it."

That's very insightful, and it explains a lot...she's driven to these heights of power because she feels she is entitled, like it is her "right", but at the same time resents the very thing she feels is her God-given right.

You wrote

"She played the game being the long suffering wife of a man who was well-known for cheating on her yet she stood by him for decades - why?"

Right, it certainly was a game she was/is playing. When I was younger I thought that it showed some type of strength on her part not to "fold" with humiliation, but as I grew older, I could see that it was something very dark (motivation-wise) that kept her there with him.

You wrote

"I think of a saying "you can never get enough of what you don't need to impress people that you don't like" meaning if you have no inner happiness/fulfillment nothing will ever satisfy you and I think that's true in her case."

Wow, that perfectly sums it up. You can see looking at her there is no happiness/fulfillment of any kind, just a void...

Interesting answer. Thanks.

Nic said...

Hillary Clinton is a fraud, why she spends so much time elevating herself above and beyond her "peers", and then some.

Hillary Clinton is a chauvinist. Women have every opportunity and right available to them, yet she interjects archaic employment equity policy every opportunity she can.

Hillary Clinton is insubordinate to the nth degree, proven by her teflon-like "luck".

jmo

Nic said...

Media won't ask Chelsea Clinton about her father's treatment of women

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/media-wont-ask-chelsea-clinton-about-her-fathers-treatment-of-women/article/2597906

The phrasing of the question allowed Cosmo to pretend they asked a tough question, while really allowing Chelsea to criticize Donald Trump. And that's exactly what she did.

Anonymous said...

It's such a loveless marriage they are in...Bill and Hillary. I guess money sure as hell can't buy happiness.

BOSTON LADY said...

I did not see "Making of A Murder" so I can't compare "Clinton Cash" with it. I did watch "Clinton Cash" and it was incredibly disturbing both because it validates what has been implied or stated in news articles. But the news articles were not all pulled together like this road map of the evil Clintons. I read that Bill Clinton told the DNC (and the world via media) that he married his best friend. This made me laugh out loud at work as I read the recap. His best friend? I see them more as entangled greedy vicious evil beings who both know too much about the other to ever separate. Hilary stood by her man during his impeachment. She loved it. This gave her victim status while being seen as a strong, suffering, first lady. She knew if she stayed with him, as much as she probably wanted to grind him into the ground with her heel, this would give her the status she needed to further her career goals of first woman President of the United States. Hilary is a calculated greedy power hungry evil tyrant. God help us if she is voted in as the president. Tyrant, shrew.

I believe the author of the book did an excellent job of putting the evil path of the cash and made his case. The votes are on record. Hilary's statements on those issues are also documented via the media which show she flip flopped. The author was able to tie Bill Clinton and his speaking engagements to most of those votes. Money changed hands and Hilary voted which ever way would get them more money, more power. Evil. She is a phony. Bill is a disgusting womanizer. When they come out on stage, arm and arm, waving and pointing at no one in the audience, it makes my skin crawl. That fake biting of his bottom lip while he points again to no one. It's so orchestrated. And Hilary has that evil cackle, throwing her head back, mouth wide open, with her phony cackle. She is a frightening figure. Bill is her puppet. Hilary has all the power.

I don't see the Clintons acknowledging this film and they are not coming forward to say this is nothing but lies. That speaks volumes.

Anonymous said...

Wow, so Barack Obama suddenly, magically, got his speech-giving talent restored tonight...and Trump said of Putin "I don't know anything about him..." Shouldn't he know a LITTLE something about him? Hmmmmmmm.

Seriously, Obama created ISIS when he didn't intervene in Syria when their dictator "crossed the red line"...he just kicked back with Michelle and did nothing. Maybe we do actually need a leader dude. Just sayin'

lynda said...

OT

Mom of missing 10 year old has already stated, "I don't think I'll find him"

Crazy Davey...he is a MENACE. Did he actually victim blame molested children?? No matter what you've done blah blah blah...cna't someone oust him like they did Perry?

Tish said...

I watched Clinton Cash the other day. I found it powerful and I believed it. I *wanted* to believe it though, because I already believed the Clintons are corrupt. I just watched a bit of it again, to analyse it.

The writer/narrator, Peter Schweizer, uses fairly direct statements. I was listening for any weakness eg:'I think' or 'people say', or 'really/honestly' etc but didn't hear any of that. I thought the language was strong and straight forward.

It was fast paced and I did notice on the first watch, the clever early placement of the predatory African animals....and how that made me instantly think of the Clintons being predatory too.

I would love to know if I have missed a heap of red flags in it.




Anonymous said...

Obama's speech transcript: https://www.bostonglobe.com/news/politics/2016/07/27/president-obama-speech-democratic-convention/RChILJek20h4NJSrSJ7kpI/story.html?p1=Article_Trending_Most_Viewed

It's pretty infuriating to read this. After years of rhetoric about how unfair this country is to immigrants, minorities, women, LGBT, victims of gun violence - because that's what an activist government depends on, creating a real or unreal enemy to fight - now his message is how unified and great we are. It's obviously in response to Trump's campaign slogan, as was Michelle Obama's speech.

It just disgusts me because they are so disingenuous about this. In the last five years I have discovered what is amazing about the US, particularly its founding principles, and not once have I felt that Obama gave a damn about individual liberty. He has continually and repeatedly violated separation of powers under the false narrative that the GOP/right won't "compromise." I love that, for it to be compromise we have to go along with their repeated infringements on our principles, our liberties. Where is the compromise in that? And the irony in the speech is so evident. They're railing against Trump for fearmongering, while fearmongering about how dangerous Trump is!

I plan on reading the speech and trying to apply the principles of statement analysis. I noticed a lot of distancing language in my initial read.

Anonymous said...

I went through it, just to kind of get an idea of how often he used I/we/you. I color coded the document with all the derivatives of these three terms. Sections that used "I" (thereby, perhaps, taking ownership). Oh, and I also noticed - there was a tonnnnnnn of "we's" in there.


“Twelve years ago tonight, I addressed this convention for the very first time. You met my two little girls, Malia and Sasha – now two amazing young women who just fill me with pride. You fell for my brilliant wife and partner Michelle, who’s made me a better father and a better man; who’s gone on to inspire our nation as First Lady; and who somehow hasn’t aged a day. I know the same can’t be said for me. My girls remind me all the time. Wow, you’ve changed so much, daddy.

And it’s true – I was so young that first time in Boston. Maybe a little nervous addressing such a big crowd. But I was filled with faith; faith in America – the generous, bighearted, hopeful country that made my story – indeed, all of our stories – possible. A lot’s happened over the years. And while this nation has been tested by war and recession and all manner of challenge – I stand before you again tonight, after almost two terms as your President, to tell you I am even more optimistic about the future of America. How could I not be – after all we’ve achieved together?”

...
“And through every victory and every setback, I’ve insisted that change is never easy, and never quick; that we wouldn’t meet all of our challenges in one term, or one presidency, or even in one lifetime. So tonight, I’m here to tell you that yes, we still have more work to do.”

...

Anonymous said...

(cont'd)

“But what we heard in Cleveland last week wasn’t particularly Republican – and it sure wasn’t conservative. What we heard was a deeply pessimistic vision of a country where we turn against each other, and turn away from the rest of the world. There were no serious solutions to pressing problems – just the fanning of resentment, and blame, and anger, and hate.

And that is not the America I know. The America I know is full of courage, and optimism, and ingenuity. The America I know is decent and generous. Sure, we have real anxieties – about paying the bills, protecting our kids, caring for a sick parent. We get frustrated with political gridlock, worry about racial divisions; are shocked and saddened by the madness of Orlando or Nice. There are pockets of America that never recovered from factory closures; men who took pride in hard work and providing for their families who now feel forgotten; parents who wonder whether their kids will have the same opportunities we had.

All that is real. We’re challenged to do better; to be better. But as I’ve traveled this country, through all fifty states; as I’ve rejoiced with you and mourned with you, what I’ve also seen, more than anything, is what is right with America. I see people working hard and starting businesses; people teaching kids and serving our country. I see engineers inventing stuff, and doctors coming up with new cures. I see a younger generation full of energy and new ideas, not constrained by what is, ready to seize what ought to be. Most of all, I see Americans of every party, every background, every faith who believe that we are stronger together – black, white, Latino, Asian, Native American; young and old; gay, straight, men, women, folks with disabilities, all pledging allegiance, under the same proud flag, to this big, bold country that we love. That’s the America I know. And there is only one candidate in this race who believes in that future, and has devoted her life to it; a mother and grandmother who’d do anything to help our children thrive; a leader with real plans to break down barriers, blast through glass ceilings, and widen the circle of opportunity to every single American – the next President of the United States, Hillary Clinton.

Now, eight years ago, Hillary and I were rivals for the Democratic nomination. We battled for a year and a half. Let me tell you, it was tough, because Hillary’s tough. Every time I thought I might have that race won, Hillary just came back stronger. But after it was all over, I asked Hillary to join my team. She was a little surprised, but ultimately said yes – because she knew that what was at stake was bigger than either of us.

And for four years, I had a front-row seat to her intelligence, her judgment, and her discipline. I came to realize that her unbelievable work ethic wasn’t for praise or attention – that she was in this for everyone who needs a champion. I understood that after all these years, she has never forgotten just who she’s fighting for.”

...
“That’s the Hillary I know. That’s the Hillary I’ve come to admire. And that’s why I can say with confidence there has never been a man or a woman more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as President of the United States of America.”

...
“And it’s got me thinking about the story I told you twelve years ago tonight, about my Kansas grandparents and the things they taught me when I was growing up. They came from the heartland; their ancestors began settling there about 200 years ago. They were Scotch-Irish mostly, farmers, teachers, ranch hands, pharmacists, oil rig workers. Hardy, small town folks. Some were Democrats, but a lot of them were Republicans.

My grandparents explained that they didn’t like show-offs. They didn’t admire braggarts or bullies. They didn’t respect mean-spiritedness, or folks who were always looking for shortcuts in life. Instead, they valued traits like honesty and hard work. Kindness and courtesy. Humility; responsibility; helping each other out.”

...

Anonymous said...

(cont'd)

...
“And that’s why I have confidence, as I leave this stage tonight, that the Democratic Party is in good hands. My time in this office hasn’t fixed everything; as much as we’ve done, there’s still so much I want to do. But for all the tough lessons I’ve had to learn; for all the places I’ve fallen short; I’ve told Hillary, and I’ll tell you what’s picked me back up, every single time.

It’s been you. The American people.

It’s the letter I keep on my wall from a survivor in Ohio who twice almost lost everything to cancer, but urged me to keep fighting for health care reform, even when the battle seemed lost. Do not quit.

It’s the painting I keep in my private office, a big-eyed, green owl, made by a seven year-old girl who was taken from us in Newtown, given to me by her parents so I wouldn’t forget – a reminder of all the parents who have turned their grief into action.

It’s the small business owner in Colorado who cut most of his own salary so he wouldn’t have to lay off any of his workers in the recession – because, he said, ‘that wouldn’t have been in the spirit of America.’

It’s the conservative in Texas who said he disagreed with me on everything, but appreciated that, like him, I try to be a good dad.

It’s the courage of the young soldier from Arizona who nearly died on the battlefield in Afghanistan, but who’s learned to speak and walk again – and earlier this year, stepped through the door of the Oval Office on his own power, to salute and shake my hand.

It’s every American who believed we could change this country for the better, so many of you who’d never been involved in politics, who picked up phones, and hit the streets, and used the internet in amazing new ways to make change happen. You are the best organizers on the planet, and I’m so proud of all the change you’ve made possible.

Time and again, you’ve picked me up. I hope, sometimes, I picked you up, too. Tonight, I ask you to do for Hillary Clinton what you did for me. I ask you to carry her the same way you carried me. Because you’re who I was talking about twelve years ago, when I talked about hope – it’s been you who’ve fueled my dogged faith in our future, even when the odds are great; even when the road is long. Hope in the face of difficulty; hope in the face of uncertainty; the audacity of hope!

America, you have vindicated that hope these past eight years. And now I’m ready to pass the baton and do my part as a private citizen. This year, in this election, I’m asking you to join me – to reject cynicism, reject fear, to summon what’s best in us; to elect Hillary Clinton as the next President of the United States, and show the world we still believe in the promise of this great nation.

Thank you for this incredible journey. Let’s keep it going. God bless the United States of America.”

Anonymous said...

When he said ,'what is it about orphans & widows that they're afraid of'?, that was the day I gave uo on progressives & dems. Aint voting for them again. NAFTA = US jobs to mexico & Mexican criminals & drugs to US. Some deal

C5H11ONO said...

I was watching the Clinton Cash documentary.
I noticed that the documentary uses actual names of businesses, etc. that point to good sources, but on one occasion, while in the Haiti portion, I noticed that they said a "contractor" that didn't donate to the Clinton Foundation that had experience did not get any contracts to help in Haiti, while those contractors that did, got work. Why not name the contractor that didn't get work and the contractors that did? It struck me as odd, coming from a documentary that is naming and backing up what they are saying, to be weak in this area.

Nic said...

"After decades of talk, we finally began to wean ourselves off foreign oil, and doubled our production of clean energy."

Not entirely true. BO fracks more than any other N.A. leader. American researchers came north to learn the technological know-how from Canada and subsequently employed what they learned in the US which enabled the US to put the pedal to the metal re energy production without having to pay/contribute a dime of research spending. (You're welcome.) Then he blocked the final piece of the pipeline (that's right, it's mostly already built but for one segment,) and has kept our oil landlocked. (Protectionism.) Finally, he points northward and sicks the pothead entertainment industry, via their private jets/caravan of burping diesel buses on Canada's oil and gas industry.

Hypocrites the whole lot of them.

Nic said...

You fell for my brilliant wife and partner Michelle,

I found this really interesting. When I hear "you fell for"... it sounds like I was duped.

He (his speech writer) uses a lot of words to describe Michelle. Words with little elaboration. Lots of fluffing up and ego stroking.

jmo

Nic said...

Did The DNC Hire Actors (At Below Minimum Wage) To Work At The Convention?
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-07-28/did-dnc-hire-actors-below-minimum-wage-work-convention

[snip]

Actors Needed For National Convention (Philadelphia)
compensation: $50.00

Looking for 700 people to be utilized as actors during the National Convention.

We currently have a number of empty seats that will need to be filled as we are currently removing a number of people and need to refill their seats for the remainder of the conference.

You will be paid $50.00 each night for the remainder of the convention. You will be required to cheer at all times and will be asked to dress properly and possibly wear some promotional material. [end snip]

Interesting video embedded.

Anonymous said...

Yes Nic! Seatfillers! I just started playing the live feed of the convention and it's a stark contrast to a couple of days ago. Lots of American flags in the crowd, they've got the USA signs distributed among the attendees, and they're chanting "USA."

It's the media manipulation that's evident from the seat filling! They have to have the "we love America" narrative so they're literally hiring people to "act the part."

What's scary is that if you push a narrative long enough plenty of people start to believe it, in spite of contradictory evidence (just see the BLM narrative and you have a great example of the phenomenon).

Lmfao, they just said world peace. Tell that to Egypt and Libya.

Anonymous said...

You fell for my brilliant wife and partner Michelle,

I found this really interesting. When I hear "you fell for"... it sounds like I was duped.

He (his speech writer) uses a lot of words to describe Michelle. Words with little elaboration. Lots of fluffing up and ego stroking.

jmo


I raised an eyebrow at this:

"You met my two little girls, Malia and Sasha – now two amazing young women who just fill me with pride."

That "just" stood out to me upon my first reading. I really like your interesting take on "fell for," a phrase that definitely has a double meaning!

Nic said...

Anonymous @ 9:34


"You met my two little girls, Malia and Sasha – now two amazing young women who just fill me with pride."

That's right. :0) My thought was they get under his skin. But then you have to consider the source (a speech writer). He'll read anything put in front of him truth or not.

Me2l said...

Check the history of the author. Eye-opener.