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Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
BlackCat
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RE: Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-12-2020 06:59 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2020 06:44 PM)
wait until we dig into bloomberg and all his business dealings, when the time is right and watch you lie about it!
This billionaire candidate is on the nose like Sanders and Gabbard as far I am concerned..

What does 'on the nose' mean? must be an Aussie term.

I'm getting fed up to here with Trump and his Cult.
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RE: Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2020 06:44 PM)
wait until we dig into bloomberg and all his business dealings, when the time is right and watch you lie about it!


Bloomberg is not the US President.
Trump is.


Anon

I came. I saw. I Concorde.
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Post: #18
RE: Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
Sultan of Wings  Wrote: (01-12-2020 07:20 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2020 06:44 PM)
wait until we dig into bloomberg and all his business dealings, when the time is right and watch you lie about it!


Bloomberg is not the US President.
Trump is.


Anon

Don't you think any digging should be done before rather than after?
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Post: #19
RE: Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2020 04:37 PM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-12-2020 04:21 PM)
Donald Trump’s Worst Deal
The President helped build a hotel in Azerbaijan that appears to be a corrupt operation engineered by oligarchs tied to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/...worst-deal

chuckle
And no one could uncover this before he started his campaign for potus?


There's quite a few things Trump-wise, the MSM (conveniently) haven't shown much interest in:


Goodfellas: The Hidden History of Resorts International

October 29, 2017


Resorts International was a most curious creature that remains strikingly relevant today despite having been largely consumed by larger corporations years ago. During its heyday, from the late 1960s up until the late 1980s, it was at the absolute center of American power, serving as a kind of bridge between Underworld and Overworld figures. It forged close ties with at least two American presidents while accepting money and other forms of assistance from various drug traffickers, financial swindlers and Mafiosi. And there were of course the inevitable various "former" intelligence officers that always seem to factor into these shady private enterprises that dabble in intelligence.

[...]

The opening of Atlantic City for legalized gambling proved to be a boon for both Resorts International and one of the future owners. He was a rising New York real estate baron who went by the name of Donald J. Trump.

Once Trump dipped his toes into the troubled waters of the gambling industry he would rapidly emerge as one of the premier tycoons of the 1980s. It is not a stretch to say that Atlantic City made Trump a household name --quite literally via his first casino, the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, which he built on behalf of Holiday Inn. Trump bough them out in 1984 and there was no looking back from there.


What is of great interest to us here is Trump's third Atlantic City casino: the Taj Mahal. While now widely associated with Trump, thanks in no small part to it leading to his first bankruptcy, it was not in fact Trump who started the casino. That dubious distinction lies with Resorts International.

The company had begun construction on the Taj Mahal in 1983, but had run into persistent difficulties in finishing construction in the following years. Then, in April 1986, James Crosby died suddenly. This left Resorts in turmoil (allegedly) and Trump stepped in. Trump bought a controlling stake in the company in 1987 and was promptly named its chairman of the board.

Let that sink in for a moment: Donald J. Trump, the current President of the United States, was briefly the chairman of a corporation long suspected of being a CIA front, that had decades-spanning involvement with the Syndicate, numerous "rogue" financiers, various drug and arms traffickers and which owned a vast private intelligence network that had managed to abduct one of the wealthiest men in the world and effectively take over his gambling concessions... http://visupview.blogspot.com/2017/10/go...sorts.html


A Mafia Don with a Pompadour
20.03.2016, F. William Engdahl https://journal-neo.org/2016/03/20/a-maf...pompadour/


Just what were Donald Trump’s ties to the mob?

By David Cay Johnston, 5/22/16

In his signature book, The Art of the Deal, Donald Trump boasted that when he wanted to build a casino in Atlantic City, he persuaded the state attorney general to limit the investigation of his background to six months. Most potential owners were scrutinized for more than a year. Trump argued that he was “clean as a whistle”—young enough that he hadn’t had time to get into any sort of trouble. He got the sped-up background check, and eventually got the casino license... https://www.politico.eu/article/what-wer...stigation/


How Rothschild Inc. Saved Donald Trump
June 21, 2016 https://philosophyofmetrics.com/how-roth...p-freepom/


Who Towers Behind Trump?

By Michael Collins Piper, September 28, 2015

An inquiry into the background of flamboyant American entrepreneur Donald J. Trump provides some surprising insights into Trump’s path to power and influence, for the fact is that Trump’s rise to stardom came as a direct consequence of his having functioned as hardly more than a colorful front man for some very wealthy behind-the-scenes sponsors... https://americanfreepress.net/who-towers-behind-trump/
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Post: #20
RE: Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (01-12-2020 09:04 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2020 04:37 PM)
chuckle
And no one could uncover this before he started his campaign for potus?


There's quite a few things Trump-wise, the MSM (conveniently) haven't shown much interest in:


Goodfellas: The Hidden History of Resorts International

October 29, 2017


Resorts International was a most curious creature that remains strikingly relevant today despite having been largely consumed by larger corporations years ago. During its heyday, from the late 1960s up until the late 1980s, it was at the absolute center of American power, serving as a kind of bridge between Underworld and Overworld figures. It forged close ties with at least two American presidents while accepting money and other forms of assistance from various drug traffickers, financial swindlers and Mafiosi. And there were of course the inevitable various "former" intelligence officers that always seem to factor into these shady private enterprises that dabble in intelligence.

[...]

The opening of Atlantic City for legalized gambling proved to be a boon for both Resorts International and one of the future owners. He was a rising New York real estate baron who went by the name of Donald J. Trump.

Once Trump dipped his toes into the troubled waters of the gambling industry he would rapidly emerge as one of the premier tycoons of the 1980s. It is not a stretch to say that Atlantic City made Trump a household name --quite literally via his first casino, the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, which he built on behalf of Holiday Inn. Trump bough them out in 1984 and there was no looking back from there.


What is of great interest to us here is Trump's third Atlantic City casino: the Taj Mahal. While now widely associated with Trump, thanks in no small part to it leading to his first bankruptcy, it was not in fact Trump who started the casino. That dubious distinction lies with Resorts International.

The company had begun construction on the Taj Mahal in 1983, but had run into persistent difficulties in finishing construction in the following years. Then, in April 1986, James Crosby died suddenly. This left Resorts in turmoil (allegedly) and Trump stepped in. Trump bought a controlling stake in the company in 1987 and was promptly named its chairman of the board.

Let that sink in for a moment: Donald J. Trump, the current President of the United States, was briefly the chairman of a corporation long suspected of being a CIA front, that had decades-spanning involvement with the Syndicate, numerous "rogue" financiers, various drug and arms traffickers and which owned a vast private intelligence network that had managed to abduct one of the wealthiest men in the world and effectively take over his gambling concessions... http://visupview.blogspot.com/2017/10/go...sorts.html


A Mafia Don with a Pompadour
20.03.2016, F. William Engdahl https://journal-neo.org/2016/03/20/a-maf...pompadour/


Just what were Donald Trump’s ties to the mob?

By David Cay Johnston, 5/22/16

In his signature book, The Art of the Deal, Donald Trump boasted that when he wanted to build a casino in Atlantic City, he persuaded the state attorney general to limit the investigation of his background to six months. Most potential owners were scrutinized for more than a year. Trump argued that he was “clean as a whistle”—young enough that he hadn’t had time to get into any sort of trouble. He got the sped-up background check, and eventually got the casino license... https://www.politico.eu/article/what-wer...stigation/


How Rothschild Inc. Saved Donald Trump
June 21, 2016 https://philosophyofmetrics.com/how-roth...p-freepom/


Who Towers Behind Trump?

By Michael Collins Piper, September 28, 2015

An inquiry into the background of flamboyant American entrepreneur Donald J. Trump provides some surprising insights into Trump’s path to power and influence, for the fact is that Trump’s rise to stardom came as a direct consequence of his having functioned as hardly more than a colorful front man for some very wealthy behind-the-scenes sponsors... https://americanfreepress.net/who-towers-behind-trump/

But see, he was a New York Democrat back then so it was OK.
All of this only became a problem when he changed parties and beat their brains out in the election.
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The excuses you come up with for this Traitor to humanity is very curious.

did you get this pathetic argument from fascistbook?
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BlackCat  Wrote: (01-12-2020 07:14 PM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-12-2020 06:59 PM)
This billionaire candidate is on the nose like Sanders and Gabbard as far I am concerned..

What does 'on the nose' mean? must be an Aussie term.

yeah.. LOL
my bad.

means kinda what you would expect it to mean.

off
stale
suspicious.

Bloomberg et al are running to weaken the democratic party's primary vote.
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The corruption of this criminal president knows no bounds

Congress has utterly failed in their duty to protect us
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Post: #26
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Sultan of Wings  Wrote: (01-12-2020 07:20 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2020 06:44 PM)
wait until we dig into bloomberg and all his business dealings, when the time is right and watch you lie about it!


Bloomberg is not the US President.
Trump is.


Anon

As will be the case in November.
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Post: #27
RE: Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
For reporters needing to convince editors they can safely mention Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:

The Trump Org proudly announced its Baku, Azerbaijan project in 2014 (the deal began in 2010, signed in 2011):
https://twitter.com/adamdavidson/status/...2492139520



That same cable explained that Kamal and Keyoumars Darvishi ran "an alleged
Revolutionary Guard-controlled business in Iran" and "developed
a close business relationship/friendship with Azerbaijan Minister of Transportation Ziya Mammedov"



Through corrupt rail and road contracts precisely when the Trump Org was doing business with them.

The Trumps say they didn't know until 2015, though a simple google search would have revealed most of it.

But they CONTINUED doing business after they learned all this.

The next key bit is to show that the Darvishis were not independent Iranian businessmen but were a front for the IRGC, doing the bidding of Qasem Soleimani.

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Post: #28
RE: Trump's prior financial ties to the IRGC, here are the receipts:
Tehran's mayor, Mohamed Bagher Ghalibaf, a lifelong senior IRGC official and close ally of Soleimani.

Ghalibaf--with the Darvishis as his key deputies--previously ran the IRGC air force and its efforts to acquire WMD missile guidance systems.


Look at the Tehran Metro construction project--it was under Ghalibaf's control, he gave much of the work to the Darvishis, and -- we can safely assume -- they pocketed huge amounts of corrupt money. Again: at the same time they were partnering with Mammadov ...

Who was using the Trump Tower to launder his money.

While we can't say for sure, it is certainly compelling that THE major IRGC money laundering operation had one major external partner (Mammadov) who had one major business partner... Trump.

Once again: Alan Garten, chief legal officer of the Trump Org, says they learned all of this in Summer 2015. They had a contractual right to audit the financial books of the Mammadovs. They clearly could have alerted authorities. They did nothing until Dec. 2016.

Here's something crucial: Trump did not just profit from the IRGC, he was materially helpful in their efforts.

The goal of $-laundering is to spread huge amounts of money around the world without detection.

Without Trump, this project would have been stymied.

Mammadov and the Darvishis are international pariahs. They would have been flagged by banks and SWIFT and other transfer services.

But, by calling this a Trump project, it was far easier to send large amounts of money through the banking system around the world.

We don't know precisely how much money was involved or how it was used, but the evidence suggests it was a lot of money--possibly in the billions--and that these are very bad people who use their money for very bad things: WMD acquisition, terror financing, etc.

In short: while running for President, Trump was knowingly providing material help to an enemy of the united states for about $5 million.

At a minimum, we should report that Trump's concern about Soleimani and the IRGC is a very recent development.

There is a ton more investigative meat on this bone. Lots to uncover about Trump, Mammadov, Azarpassillo, etc.

And this is just ONE of many shady projects the company was doing at the time.

Consider his work with Hary Tanoesoedibjo--which is ongoing now--in Indonesia

Hary Tanoe is tied to some ISIS linked groups:
https://theintercept.com/2017/04/18/trum...president/

Trump Org defense is: we were just licensing our name. But that IS the problem. They are selling a shiny American brand to evildoers so they can do their evil more easily.




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Post: #29
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The law requires:

“An imminent threat is what you would need to justify taking an action in self-defense.”

“The threat must be so extreme & imminent that it would be unreasonable to seek the necessary approvals before taking action to defend the country.”
more:
https://twitter.com/karolcummins/status/...10562?s=20
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