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Re: Dutch message to President Trump

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President Donald pardoned Steve Bannon in the final hours of his presidency, for being charged with plundering “hundreds of thousands of donors” from the cash for the private “We Build the Wall” initiative.
But while Donald pardoned Bannon for the federal charges, he has now been charged again for this act under state laws. I'm no lawyer, and simply don't know if the state charges have legal viability.

Brian Kolfage and Andrew Badolato have already pleaded guilty on 21 April 2022, with the trial for a third co-conspirator Timothy Shea still unfinished.

This sounds a lot more serious than Bannon's conviction for contempt of Congress for his refusal to comply with a subpoena: https://archive.ph/m9qNU
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Firestarter wrote: Sun Aug 30, 2020 4:13 pmSee Donald Trump Jr. praising the “We Build The Wall” scam in July 2019 with its leader Brian Kolfage (an Iraq war veteran, who lost both legs and his right arm).
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Firestarter wrote: Sun Jun 21, 2020 3:53 pmGeoffrey Berman appears to have been fired for investigating Trump cronies a little too serious...
Berman has prosecuted or brought charges against: 1) Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen; 2) Rudy Giuliani associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman. Berman also investigated Giuliani himself.
Berman's office also brought charges against Michael Avenatti, the lawyer who is best known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels but has also advised the notorious Clare Bronfman.

It was also Geoffrey Berman, who charged Trump’s paedophile buddy Jeffrey Epstein, who was then arrested and died in prison of a supposed suicide under the responsibility of AG William Barr.
Maybe the most damaging is that Berman continued the investigation after Epstein was suicide and declared that Epstein’s close friend Prince Andrew had “provided zero co-operation” in his investigation (despite promising to do so). His office even formally requested that the US Department of Justice would ask the British Home Office so Randy Andy could be questioned as a witness
Former US attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman has complained in his memoirs that he faced "immense backlash" and "pressure" from Trump's Department of Justice for prosecuting of Trump's personal Chabad-Lubavitch lawyer Michael Cohen.
Attorney General William Barr tried to undo Cohen's conviction on campaign finance charges and block investigations into (other) Trump allies.

Berman also claims that Trump's DOJ pressured prosecutors to investigate John Kerry, and former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig.
Top DOJ official Edward O'Callaghan called Berman's accusations, "categorically false": https://archive.ph/pQcX0


This seems more hillarious than it is, as Kim Kardashian is studying to be a lawyer.
Hillary Clinton, who graduated from the prestigious Yale Law School in 1973, loses legal knowledge quiz from Kim Kardashian with 11-4.

Kim was of course married to the Trump-affiliated rapper, Kanye West: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... shian.html
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Neymar, Bannon, Kim - Ivanka

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Not so long ago, there seemed to be some sort of media hysteria over the transfer of soccer star Neymar from Santos to Barcelona, with the Brazilian investment company DIS complaining that while they were entitled to 40% of Neymar’s player rights, they only received 40% of the 17 million euros ($16.5 million) that was publicly announced as the transfer sum, but the real fee was some 82 million euros ($79.7 million).
Neymar, his father, and former Barcelona vice-president Sandro Rosell are prosecuted: https://apnews.com/article/entertainmen ... c39a5129b2


In most of these stories, once again the most interesting information is missing. This looks like a case of money laundering and/or tax evasion.
But maybe even more interesting are the links to Donald Trump, and none other than Prince Andrew's ex-wife Fergie!

The Arif family controls Doyen Sports owns a stake in international superstars like David Beckham, Usain Bolt and Neymar (in 2014, so since his transfer to Barcelona). Doyen gets a percentage of the transfer sums.
Of course Donald's partner in crime Tevfik Arif ran a sex trafficking ring that involved "underage models for sex"...
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Firestarter wrote: Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:03 pmIn 2012, Ali Demirhan, stalwart of President Erdogan's AKP Party, became Doyen's new legal advisor. Demirhan is described as a “close friend and partner” of the Arifs.
Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, ex- wife of Prince “Randy Andy” Andrew became embroiled in a scandal involving children. The Turkish Ministry of Justice even issued an international arrest warrant. Ferguson turned for help to her Turkish friends in London, Arif “Arif” Efendi, son of Tevfik Arif, and Demirhan. Doyen drafted an apology letter addressed to Erdogan explaining the misunderstanding. The charges against Ferguson were subsequently dropped: https://theblacksea.eu/index.php?idT=88 ... Type=story

See Recep Tayyip Erdogan with Arif “Arif” Efendi in Yalta, Ukraine (EDIT - Blacksea site changed URLs images).
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Steve Bannon has been sentenced to 4 months in prison and a $6,500 fine for defying a subpoena.
Bannon will remain free, until the appeal procedure is finished. Bannon will try to defend himself by former president Trump "orders" to not testify, and being advised against testifying by his attorney.

Stealing milllions from the "nonprofit" We Build the Wall are serious charges though, this could lead to 15 years in prison and a hefty fine: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/pol ... 551244002/
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Firestarter wrote: Thu Sep 08, 2022 7:37 pmBrian Kolfage and Andrew Badolato have already pleaded guilty on 21 April 2022, with the trial for a third co-conspirator Timothy Shea still unfinished.

This sounds a lot more serious than Bannon's conviction for contempt of Congress for his refusal to comply with a subpoena: https://archive.ph/m9qNU
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Firestarter wrote: Sun Aug 30, 2020 4:13 pmSee Donald Trump Jr. praising the “We Build The Wall” scam in July 2019 with its leader Brian Kolfage (an Iraq war veteran, who lost both legs and his right arm).
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Judge Donald Middlebrooks of the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida has dismissed Trump's lawsuit against his friend Hillary Clinton, concluding that the lawsuit is not seeking, "redress for any legal harm" and that the court was "not the appropriate forum" for the Donald's complaints.
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He is seeking to flaunt a two-hundred-page political manifesto outlining his grievances against those that have opposed him.
https://archive.ph/ooQrN

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Firestarter wrote: Thu Sep 08, 2022 7:37 pmHillary Clinton, who graduated from the prestigious Yale Law School in 1973, loses legal knowledge quiz from Kim Kardashian with 11-4.
In 2016, Kanye West (now "Ye") supported Donald for president, while his wife Kim Kardashian (who first got media attention as the friend of Paris Hilton) supported Hillary.
So now Kim Kardashian also appears to be friends with Donald's daughter, the Jewish-Chabad-Lubavitch Ivanka Trump (the friend of Kim's other friend Chelsea Clinton).

After their 3-hour dinner in LA, Kim Kardashian suddenly responded to Kanye's anti-Semitic comments (she didn't name Kanye though):
Hate speech is never OK or excusable. I stand together with the Jewish community and call on the terrible violence and hateful rhetoric towards them to come to an immediate end.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/arti ... ments.html
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MAGA again; DeSantis; prison; Lula

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Warp speed Donald has (finally or already?) announced that he will again run for president in 2024:
In order to make America great and glorious again [MAGAGA?], tonight I am announcing my candidacy for the president of the United States.
So from now until election day in 2024... I will fight like no one has ever fought before. We will defeat the radical left Democrats who are trying to destroy our country from within.
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Surprisingly Ivanka Trump won't be a part of Donald's 2024 campaign:
I love my father very much. This time around, I am choosing to prioritise my young children and the private life we are creating as a family.
I do not plan to be involved in politics. While I will always love and support my father, going forward I will do so outside the political arena.
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It remains difficult for me to understand how Americans will buy the charade of 2 elderly over-80s running again (Biden is even older than Trump, but hasn't announced his candidacy yet).
I have the impression that Donald is even less popular than during his presidency, with his actions surrounding the 6 January Capitol riots harming his popularity.

As far as I can tell, no running mate has been announced. While I can think of many that won't run on a ticket with Trump, the only possible running mate I can think of is Narendra Modi puppet Tulsi Gabbard.
If Trump runs as an independent candidate this would guarantee Biden's win: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/ ... 235262887/


Several republican billionaires that supported Donald's past campaigns won't back his new attempts to get again elected US president.
Andy Sabin, Ken Griffin, Ronald Lauder, Steve Schwarzman and Thomas Peterffy all distanced themselves from Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign.

Sabin and Griffin plan to back Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis (if he decides to run for president): https://www.huffpost.com/entry/gop-mega ... 02ca7fcd0d


Also Rupert Murdoch's newspapers have started to ridicule warp speed Donald.
But Murdoch’s Fox News is as pro-Trump as it ever was: https://www.theguardian.com/media/2022/ ... -play-ball


Paul Tudor Jones is another billionaire, who won't support Trump but the the republican clown prince DeSantis, to whom he has already donated $1 million.

While Ron DeSantis has been praised by anti-lockdown, antivaxxers in reality DeSantis did enforce a brutal lockdown and supported the deadly COVID vaccines, which only seemed mild in comparison to China-style tyranny.

And while DeSantis has been praised for the vaccination bill that prohibits discrimination based on COVID-19 “vaccination” status, in reality it allows forced vaccinatation and locking people up in quarantine prison camps: https://www.europereloaded.com/meet-the ... -desantis/
(https://archive.ph/41tSi)

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I'm no lawyer, and I don't get it. In short as president, Trump was immune from prosecution, which means that all of the hysteria over what he said after the November 2020 election, while still president, doesn't really matter.
But after he was ordered by subpoena to testify for the Capitol riot commission, he had the legal obligation. And Trump (sort of like Steve Bannon and Alex Jones) has ignored this order.

So now he could be sentenced to a punishment, like Bannon, including months (or even years) in prison.
Chair Bennie Thompson and Vice Chair Liz Cheney (the daughter of!) of the select committee will "evaluate next steps in the litigation and regarding the former President’s noncompliance" in the coming days: https://www.axios.com/2022/11/15/donald ... -to-comply


Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed former federal prosecutor Jack Smith as "special counsel" for 2 ongoing criminal investigations into Donald Trump. Not including contempt of Congress...
Smith most recently was chief prosecutor for the special court in the Hague in the Netherlands. Where he investigated (Serbian) war crimes in Kosovo (never mind the bombing of Serbia by NATO): https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/18/attorne ... -says.html

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Firestarter wrote: Mon Nov 29, 2021 9:55 pmThe unnamed “Foreign National 1” in the indictment is apparently Roman Vasilenko, the Russian "businesman" (read intelligence asset) who wired $100,000 to Benton, who paid $25,000 to a Trump Super PAC for the picture.
See Donald and Vasilenko in September 2016...
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Jesse Benton has been convicted for helping the Russian Roman Vasilenko illegally funnel a donation to Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign: https://archive.ph/RHgqA

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While I did expect that Lula would beat "the Brazilian Trump" Bolsonaro in the Brazilian presidential election, I don't see that I posted this "prediction".
The difference was much smaller than expected, with Lula getting 50.9% and Bolsonaro 49.1% of the votes: https://www.yahoo.com/news/bolsonaro-re ... 25256.html


I don't understand, Jair Bolsonaro sort of conceded that he lost to the Brazilian Biden, Lula. Now 3 weeks later, after the start of the world cup soccer, he suddenly files a petition to demand that the electoral authority annul votes cast on 59% of Brazil’s nation’s electronic voting machines, which would make him the winner with 51% of "valid votes" cast on 30 October.

All voting machines older than from 2020, almost 280,000 of them, lack individual identification numbers in internal logs. Experts said it doesn't affect results, and each voting machine can still be uniquely identified.
The head of the electoral authority Alexandre de Moraes demanded that Bolsonaro's team would add the results without these voting machines from before 2020 for the first electoral round on 2 October, that Bolsonaro's Liberal Party won, to the petition.

Bolsonaro fans have continued to protest in cities across the country, refusing to accept Lula's victory: https://globalnews.ca/news/9298626/braz ... challenge/


See Carlos and Eduardo Bolsonaro walking in Israel, with t-shirts supporting Israel's intelligence services Mossad and the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
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DeSantis - Guantanamo torture

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Firestarter wrote: Wed Nov 23, 2022 9:57 pmWhile Ron DeSantis has been praised by anti-lockdown, antivaxxers in reality DeSantis did enforce a brutal lockdown and supported the deadly COVID vaccines, which only seemed mild in comparison to China-style tyranny.
DeSantis seems to be groomed for the presidency...
This looks as bad as "bloody" Gina Haspel, who was CIA director from 2018 to 2021: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewto ... 4911#p4911

Ron DeSantis was US military legal officer at Guantanamo, circa 2006, where his job was to ensure that the prisoners were treated "humanely", including "compliance with the Geneva convention". Ron DeSantis knew about the torture, but obviously didn't do anything to help the tortured prisoners. Instead he smiled when he witnessed the prisoners being tortured.
It features the tortured prisoner Mansoor Adayfi and his experience with DeSantis.
Then Ron DeSantis was sent to Iraq, likely to cover-up war crimes.
https://youtu.be/FFonj6o0fTI

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Firestarter wrote: Sat Oct 23, 2021 8:25 pmFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis also received part of the $1 million that Parnas and Fruman received from Muraviev in campaign donations.
See (from left), Parnas, Trump lawyers Pam Bondi and Giuliani and DeSantis.
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