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Akamaitree, Roy Cohn, Trump´s CNN

Post by Firestarter » Fri Jul 26, 2019 3:56 pm

In one of those great examples of “freedom of speech”, Akamaitree was deleted by Wordpress.
akamaitree.wordpress.com is no longer available.
This site has been archived or suspended for a violation of our Terms of Service.

I’ve found no information on why this interesting blogspot was deleted.
I’ve seen a Reddit thread that suggests that 4 months ago it was still online.

The following Akamaitree story connects some of the scandals that surround Trump.
At the very least it shows that the media isn’t against Donald Trump at all: http://archive.is/UOZCG

First some more on Donald Trump’s mentor, the gay paedophile Roy Cohn...
The most media attention in the “Franklin Scandal” was given to Craig Spence, who brought underage call-boys into the White House to be sodomised (and then reportedly killed himself).

The following article shows that according to 2 sources Cohn and Spence were affiliated.
He described Mr. Spence as "strange," saying that he often boasted that he was working for the CIA and on one occasion said he was going to disappear for awhile "because he had an important CIA assignment."
According to the businessman, Mr. Spence told him that the CIA might "doublecross him," however, and kill him instead "and then to make it look like a suicide."
The businessman also said he attended a birthday bash for Roy Cohn at Mr. Spence's house. He said Mr. Casey was at the party. "One time he stormed into another party with a big, white hat and an entourage of security guards," the businessman said. "It was all rather bizarre."

"He was quite secretive, but from what I could see these things had little or no substance," Mr. Harbin said. "Usually a grain of truth, but he'd build a pile of lies on top of it. Usually he'd start with a photograph of himself with some guy and build a lie around it that he was his top adviser. Nakasone was one."
Mr. Spence also bragged about social companions, telling friends that he had hosted Mr. Cohn, Rock Hudson and others at his Wyoming Avenue home.
The former Reagan administration aide said he decided to sever a friendship with Mr. Spence when he witnessed him trying to force his off-duty military bodyguards into homosexual acts.
http://www.futile.work/uploads/1/5/0/1/ ... -drugs.pdf
(archived here: http://web.archive.org/web/201903310028 ... -drugs.pdf)

For more information on Roy Cohn´s connection to the John F. Kennedy assassination, PERMINDEX and Bronfman: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1425

On 31 March 1954, The Chronicle Telegram, Ohio reported on Roy Cohn´s connections to the Nazi network of Otto Skorzeny.
Naumann used a Dusseldorf export-import firm, the H. S. Lucht Company, as a front for a world-wide political network which kept in touch with nazi exiles in Spain and Argentina, as well as pro-nazis in other countries. For example, Col. Otto Skorzeny, the rescuer of Mussolini, and Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, Hitler's former financial wizard, are connected with the company in Spain.

TWO MEMBERS of the nazi-Communist underground in Spain also took in Senator McCarthy's two junior G-men, Roy Cohn and David Schine, during their comic-opera, spy-hunting junket throughout Europe last year.

One was Wolfgang Lohde, who filled the two youthful gumshoes with stories of Communist -infiltration of Radio Free Europe. It later turned out that he had signed an anti-American manfesto circulated by a German Communist-front organization.

The other informant was Hermann Aumer, who was authorized by Cohn and Schine to spy on the U.S.-licensed German press for McCarthy. Once ardently pro-nazi, Aumer was fired by the U.S. Army in 1946 because of suspected Communist affiliations.
https://digital.bentley.umich.edu/midai ... 756352/282
(archived here: http://web.archive.org/web/201907251441 ... tachment=1)

For more information on the Paladin network of Otto Skorzeny: viewtopic.php?f=31&t=1132

Our deaf, dumb and blind media are still pushing the story that the media are against poor Donald Trump. Trump could never have become US president without the massive media attention he got.
CNN is the network that Trump fans hate almost as much as I do...

None other than Donald Trump lobbied the Turner Broadcasting System’s chief executive Phil Kent to make Jeff Zucker president of CNN Worldwide.
Zucker got the job in 2012.

Donald Trump knew Zucker from the reality-TV show “The Apprentice”, which transformed “The Donald” from the billionaire with 4 bankruptcies to his name to a big “media star” (eventually making him into presidential material).
Zucker later introduced Trump to advertisers as the man who saved NBC.

See Zucker, Donald and Melania in 2004.

In 2005, Jeff Zucker was one of the guests at Trump´s wedding to Melania at Mar-a-Lago.
In 2009, Zucker also attended Jared Kushner’s wedding to Ivanka Trump.

CNN was the first major news organisation to give Trump’s presidential campaign much coverage at a time when most people didn’t take his candidacy seriously. Donald was a regular guest in CNN’s studios from the earliest days of the Republican primaries, often at Zucker’s suggestion.
According to the MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, Trump referred to Zucker as his “personal booker”.

On the window sill of Zucker’s office, is a Sean Corcoran cartoon of him shaking hands with Trump (that Zucker thinks very funny), shortly after CNN hired former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski:
Another Trump stooge on the payroll, Don Don!

Big league move, Zucker.
I´ll send out a bullshit tweet. None of your moron viewers will suspect a thing.

In the summer of 2015, Trump complained to CNN that his interviews on the network were always followed by conversations among panelists who weren’t pro-Trump enough. CNN asked Trump for suggestions.
In July 2015, Jeffrey Lord (that was mentioned by Trump) made his CNN debut. Today, Lord is one of 12 Trump-supporters on CNN’s payroll.
Lord defended Trump’s tweet that Obama had orchestrated a “Nixon/Watergate” wiretapping plot against him.

Zucker lives about 10 blocks from Trump Tower, and 3 of his 4 children go to the same private school as Trump’s youngest son, Barron.
Zucker said:
I like Donald. I guess I shouldn’t call him that. I like President Trump. He’s affable. He’s funny.
(original here: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/04/maga ... ed-it.html)
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Chinagate, censorship

Post by Firestarter » Fri Aug 09, 2019 4:03 pm

Here’s another interesting tale that involves the inner circle of Donald Trump.

Earlier this year, Donald Trump’s good friend, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was arrested in Florida for having sex with a prostitute at the Orchids of Asia “massage parlour”.

Around 2013, Hua Zhang had bought the “massage parlour” from Cindy Li Yang.
Zhang was charged with running a house of prostitution and has pleaded not guilty.

Cindy Li Yang is the interesting one, who used her money to get close to the Trump cabinet.
Cindy Li Yang and her relatives have donated more than $42,000 to Trump Victory and more than $16,000 to president Donald’s campaign committee since 2017.

In 2017, Cindy Li Yang and husband Zubin Gong founded the GY US Investments LLC consulting firm that on its website (in Chinese) sold access to President Donald Trump and his family at the Mar-a-Lago. GY US suggest it can set up a “White House and Capitol Hill Dinner” and boasts it has “arranged taking photos with the President”.
The GY US Investments website listed upcoming events at Mar-a-Lago at which Yang’s clients can mingle with the Trump family. This included the International Leaders Elite Forum, where Trump’s sister, Elizabeth Trump Grau, would speak.
According to the site, attendees include “Chinese elites from various countries, including the US states, as well as elite leaders from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Australia, Europe and other countries and regions”.

To argue that GY US really can provide access to Donald and the Trump family, Cindy Li Yang ´s Facebook page contains photos of her with Donald Trump, his sons Eric and Donald Jnr, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, Florida Governor Rick DeSantis, Senator Rick Scott, Sarah Palin, and White House aide Kellyanne Conway.
See Cindy Li Yang with US President Donald Trump in a photo signed by Trump.

GY US Investments LLC´s website claims that “GY Company arranged a number of guests to attend the 2019 New Year’s Eve dinner” and the guests took photos with ”members of Trump’s family”. This page showed photos of Chinese executives and a Chinese movie star with Eric and Donald Trump Jr. and Elizabeth Trump Grau.
Huachu Tang, the owner of an electric car company, was one of the Chinese executives at the New Year’s event. Huachu Tang said that he travelled to Florida in the hope of meeting Trump at the party to build up his company’s name before eventually taking it public on the New York Stock Exchange. Huachu Tang received admission to the New Year’s party through a public relations agency (it hasn’t been confirmed that this is GY US).
Trump wasn’t at this event, but Huachu Tang and his wife were pictured with Trump Jr., Eric Trump, and Trump Grau. See Huachu Tang with Don Jr.
https://www.motherjones.com/politics/20 ... ar-a-lago/
(archived here: http://archive.is/hMVUO)

This reminds me of the following.
Firestarter wrote:
Fri Aug 17, 2018 4:33 pm
In April 2017, Squire Patton Boggs announced that Trump’s long-time lawyer, Michael Cohen, was paid a $500,000 annual “alliance fee” plus commissions and given a room at its New York office.
Squire announced that the “alliance” had ended after last April FBI agents raided Michael Cohen’s room in New York.

Cohen brought in 5 clients. The only one named is the U.S. Immigration Fund, that paid Squire $370,000 in lobbying fees last year. U.S. Immigration Fund has close ties to Kushner Cos. of Jared Kushner’s family.
In 2017, U.S. Immigration Fund organised a trip to China for several Kushner Cos. officials, including Jared’s sister Nicole Meyer, to lure potential investors for towers in Jersey City, N.J. Meyer pitched investors on participating in EB-5, which provides permanent US visas to immigrants who invest $500,000.

Isn’t it strange that with all of the media hysteria on the “trade war” with China, earlier this year the Frontier Services Group of the brother of Donald’s Secretary of education Betsy DeVos, Erik Prince (of Blackwater fame), signed a deal to build a training centre in Xinjiang in China.
According to the United Nations, in Xinjiang up to a million Uighur Muslims are held in extrajudicial mass incarceration camps.

Frontier is doing lots of business in China, and also works for Chinese companies in Africa: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/ ... s-xinjiang

In our “democracy” that’s built on lies, “freedom of speech” is oh so dangerous...

Last week the FBI declared “conspiracy ... extremists” a “growing threat”:
The FBI intelligence bulletin from the bureau’s Phoenix field office, dated May 30, 2019, describes “conspiracy theory-driven domestic extremists,” as a growing threat, and notes that it is the first such report to do so.

The FBI document describes the following “conspiracies” as a “threat”:
(U) NWO: A group of international elites controls governments, industry, and media organizations, instigates major wars, carries out secret staged events, and manipulates economies with the goal of establishing global rule.

(U) UN: The UN is being used by an evil global cabal to erode American sovereignty, strip away individual liberties, and bring foreign troops to American soil in order to replace democracy with global tyranny.”

(U) False Flags: The official story surrounding a given terrorist attack or mass shooting is a lie; the event was staged or conducted by the government to justify encroachments on civil liberties.

In reality there is almost no violence from these so-called “conspiracy ... extremists”, like the Brennan Center for Justice wrote:
Though far-right attacks represent just a tiny proportion of the violence that takes place in the U.S. each year, they require specific attention because they pose a persistent threat to vulnerable communities, particularly communities of color, immigrants, LGBTQ people, women, the disabled, and religious minorities.
https://www.davidicke.com/article/54893 ... tionalists
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Trump charitable donations

Post by Firestarter » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:57 pm

In 2016, the Trump campaign claimed that Donald made $102 million in charitable donations over the past 5 years.
The list provided by Trump included contributions like free rounds of golf at Trump's courses offered at charity auctions and land-conservation agreements or money originating from the Trump Foundation.
The Trump Foundation's second-biggest listed donation went to the charity of a man who had settled a lawsuit with one of Trump's golf courses after being denied a hole-in-one prize.

The Post's Fahrenthold looked for but found only one gift, of less than $10,000, between 2008 and May 2016 – in total - coming from Trump (instead of $102 million).
In May 2016, months after making a pledge, Trump donated $1 million to a veterans' charity and also in 2016 donated $100,000 to a charity for relief efforts after the floods in Louisiana.

In 2013, the Trump Foundation made an illegal $25,000 political contribution to the "And Justice for All" campaign for Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.
When this illegal contribution was published in the media in 2016, Trump moved $25,000 from his personal account to his foundation and paid a $2,500 IRS fine.

Trump has repeatedly claimed making donations to charities, when in reality he merely redirects money that comes from outside donors.
In this way he’s taking credit for passing charitable donations along.

The Trump Foundation has bought things at charity auctions. This includes $20,000 for a painting of Trump in 2007 and $12,000 for a football helmet signed by NFL quarterback Tim Tebow in 2012. The whereabouts of those 2 items are unknown.
You can’t call it “charity” if Trump uses his foundation to buy stuff he wants for himself...

Many of the contributions to the Trump foundation appear to be disguised payments to Trump himself.
People Magazine donated $150,000 after it received rights to publish photos of Trump's son, Barron. Comedy Central donated $400,000 after Trump appeared on one of its celebrity roasts.
Trump often gave donations from his foundation to groups that repaid by holding and paying for events at his properties.

After the Trump Foundation received $150,000 from the Charles Evans Foundation, Trump donated to the Palm Beach Police Foundation.
Donald Trump made a nice profit from the annual charity dinner of the Police Foundation at the Mar-a-Lago club. In 2014, for example, the charity paid $276,463 in rental fees to Trump.

In 2009 the Trump foundation donated $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
In 2014, the Trump Foundation donated to several dozen “charitable” groups, including the drug-trafficking censorship crooks of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL): https://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2016-37369515
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