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More Loot for Hillary – LewRockwell

Posted by M. C. Fox on July 14, 2017

https://lewrockwell.com/2017/07/no_author/more-loot-for-hillary/

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It appears that the Pinchuks and their Ukrainian allies were interested in Hillary Clinton’s victory in the 2016 presidential run given their longstanding and close collaboration.

However, that is not all.

Cyberberkut assumes that the funds given to the Clinton Foundation by Pinchuk could have originated from vanished IMF loans allocated for Ukraine. Read the rest of this entry »

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After Destroying Cambodia, the U.S. Wants the Country to Repay It For The Bombs They Dropped

Posted by M. C. Fox on March 16, 2017

http://theantimedia.org/cambodia-us-repay-bombs-dropped/?_sm_byp=iVVJR033P2sp1jNF

While the U.S. was backing the Lon Nol government, it was also strafing the Cambodian countryside with bombs—a carpet-bombing campaign that would eventually see over 500,000 tons of explosives dropped on the small Asian country, killing hundreds of thousands of civilians and leaving a legacy of unexploded ordnances.

“[The U.S.] dropped bombs on our heads and then they ask us to repay. When we do not repay, they tell the IMF [International Monetary Fund] not to lend us money,” Hun Sen said at an Asia-Pacific regional conference earlier this month.

“At the same time the U.S. was giving weapons to Lon Nol, it was bombing the Cambodian countryside into oblivion and creating millions of refugees fleeing into Phnom Penh and destroying all political fabric and civil life in the country,” former Australian ambassador to Cambodia Tony Kevin told Australia’s ABC.

“And all of this was simply to stop the supplies coming down to South Vietnam, as it was then, from the north,” Kevin added. “So the United States created a desert in Cambodia in those years, and Americans know this.”

Hun Sen has argued that the U.S. has no right to demand repayment of its “blood-stained” funds.

“Cambodia does not owe even a brass farthing to the U.S. for help in destroying its people, its wild animals, its rice fields, and forest cover,” wrote former Reuters correspondent James Pringle for The Cambodia Daily.

In fact, during his tenure as prime minister Hun Sen has asked the U.S. to drop the “dirty debt” several times, but American leaders have refused.

“[The] U.S. would not drop it. It would have been so easy to forgive the repayment, it would have been easy to refinance it for education like they did in Vietnam,” the reporter Elizabeth Becker, who covered the Cambodian genocide in the 1970s, told Al Jazeera.

“The U.S. intervention in Cambodia was easily the most controversial that we had in that era,” Becker said. “[The U.S.] dragged Cambodia into the Vietnam War for hopes that by expanding it they could win, the complications now are that even 50 years later, the Khmer Rouge legacy is horrible.”

“The U.S. owes Cambodia much more in war debts that can be repaid in cash,” Becker argued to The Cambodia Daily.

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Is the European Debt Crisis Designed to Create a One World Currency?

Posted by M. C. Fox on April 15, 2012

This analysis in The Daily Bell indicates this is the case.  I am sure the movers and shakers of the New World Order want a single currency. I don’t think the current opportunity is so much the result of a master plan but a by-product of decades Keynesian thinking.  None-the-less the central banksters and central planners are taking advantage of the disaster they have wrought.  The end result for all of us may be unwittingly played out by Greece.  The Cloward-Piven strategy.  A domestic socialist takeover plan on an international scale. Read the rest of this entry »

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