Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Firearms Ownership By Citizens Suppresses Tyranny And Crime

America's first president, George Washington, is quoted as saying "firearms stand second in importance to the Constitution and deserve a place with all that is honorable. I totally agree with the second part of his quote but disagree with the first part. Firearms are more important that the Constitution because without them the Constitution and Bill of Rights cannot be defended and preserved. America's third president said "No free man should ever be debarred the use of arms. The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.
Tyranny in American government has occurred during the administrations of Republicans Bush Sr. and Jr. but has reached epic levels under Clinton and Obama Democratic administrations and even greater tyranny is projected to occur if Hillary Clinton is elected. Democratic corruption is rampant in all three branches of government, the FBI, IRS, FDA, DOJ, and the Supreme Court. All the aforementioned presidents and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton are advocates of open borders and a One World Government which would necessitate relinquishing American sovereignty. Hillary's plan is to implement draconian gun control, bans, and confiscation of firearms. She has made statements that the National Rifle Association (NRA) is her No.1 enemy. 
All or part of the following violations of the Second Amendment would likely be attempted or carried out under president Hillary Clinton: semi-auto bans, mandate universal background checks, overturn the Heller Supreme Court case that verified firearms ownership is an individual right, shut down gun shows, implement Australian style confiscation, national firearms registration, use of tax dollars to promote gun control, secret government ban lists, ban online gun advertising, extreme executive actions on firearms, end lawful access to firearms, and repeal of the lawful commerce in arms act. None of these acts of tyranny would reduce crime. Firearms would be available to criminals on the black market. Even if firearms ownership and manufacturing were banned in America guns would be smuggled in just as drugs are in violation of drug laws. No sane right thinking person wants criminals and terrorists to have guns. Strict law enforcement of existing laws and prosecution of criminals is the answer but Democrats have been very lax and lenient on criminals. But what these One World Government advocates are really attempting under the cloak of humanitarianism and gun control is to disarm Americans so that there can be no resistance to the implementation of a One World Government.
Chinese Communist dictator Mao Tse Tung (Mao Zedong) stated on Nov.6,1938 "Political power comes from the barrel of a gun". What he meant is that guns should be kept out of the hands of the people and only the rulers and those who do their bidding are to have guns. Taking guns from the people as Hillary proposes is a sure sign that a country is moving toward Fascism or Communism.
Dr. R.J. Rummel's research shows that in the 20th century 170 to 360 million people including women and children were killed by governments. In virtually every case the victims were unarmed or under-armed. Stalin killed an estimated 20 million in Russia 1929-1952, Germany 13 Million 1939-1945, China 20 million 1948-1952 and the list goes on country by country.Yet many liberals in America today express the opinion that only police and government should have guns. President George Washington warned Americans "Government is not reason, it is not eloquence, it is force and like fire it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master".
Switzerland was not invaded in World War II like other European Countries. Why? Because the head of every household is required to own and maintain a full automatic firearm. Japan made the decision not to invade mainland America in World War II. Why? Japanese Admiral Yamamoto had been to America and knew that there was one or more guns in most American households. Yet with a firearm in every home Switzerland has the lowest crime rate of any civilized country. In America multiculturalism and political correctness have been the gods of the liberals since the 1960's and mixed with gun control has greatly increased crime. Japan has no citizen owned guns and a low crime rate but they have refused multiculturalism. Gun Free School Zones implemented by Democrats and RINO Republicans have been a magnet for criminals and the mentally ill and have been responsible for most of America's school shootings. Now unarmed schools are wide open for a terrorist attack on children.
Prior to leaving office Obama is trying to get congress to ratify the UN Small Arms treaty which would allow gun confiscation in America by UN troops. This treaty would be in violation of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights but corrupt Democrats seem to consider this irrelevant.

James W. King
1123 Mud Creek Road
Albany Georgia 31721

Monday, October 10, 2016

Clinton Cash: The Movie

Published in May of last year, the book Clinton Cash by Peter Schweizer generated extreme controversy, even for a political book based on a sensitive subject.

In this case, the sensitive subject was the taking of donations and payments for speeches by Bill and Hillary Clinton from donors to the couple's Clinton Foundation, mostly during the time when Hillary Clinton was serving as the United States Secretary of State.

These actions raised the question of whether such donors were, in fact, buying influence for deals to be signed off on or approved by either the State Department, Hillary Clinton herself or both.
Now, the controversial book is getting even more attention as it's being promoted as the basis for a new documentary of the same name.

The film has been put together by Schweizer, who is a Senior Editor-at-Large of and a former William J. Casey Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, in association with Stephen K. Bannon, the executive chairman of Breitbart News Network.

It's being directed by M. A. Taylor, who directed a previous documentary, Hillary: The Movie. The latter film was responsible for the notorious Citizens United Supreme Court decision, which determined that corporations could give unlimited funds to political campaigns, a larger controversy unto itself.

Taylor also served as the cinematographer and production manager for the movieHype: The Obama Effect, which examined the past of Barack Obama before he was elected president in 2008.

The full title of Schweizer's book about the Clintons is Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich. When you see the title in its entire glory you get a better description of the book's content. But it doesn't stop there, the book includes such gems as this: "The Lincoln Bedroom Goes Global,” which is the name of chapter one. It goes on from there.

Portions of the book are devoted to such State Department-sanctioned deals as the one for Uranium One, a company that controls 20 percent of the world's uranium production. Uranium One was eventually sold to a Russian concern, the deal for which was approved by the State Department on Hillary Clinton's watch.

As it turns out, several individuals who had hefty stakes in Uranium One made large donations to the Clinton Foundation just prior to the deal's approval. The New York Times, basing an article on Schweizer's research, said that this deal presented "special ethical challenges."

In the UK's The Guardian, British journalist Ed Pilkington pointed to "glaring conflicts of interest." Writing in The Washington Post, Harvard law professor and political activist Lawrence Lessig said that, "on any fair reading, the pattern of behavior that Schweizer has charged is corruption."

The website Politifact confirmed the book's claims that between 2001 and 2013, Bill Clinton made 13 speeches for which he was paid in excess of $500,000 each is correct. Of the 13 speeches, 11 were made during the time when Hillary Clinton was serving as the Secretary of State.

"When you have one or two examples, it's a coincidence," Schweizer noted. "When you have this many, to me it's a trend."

Of those 11 speeches, all were made in foreign countries, mostly to foreign businesses, such as finance, media, telecom or pharmaceutical firms. Clinton's record haul was in Hong Kong in 2011 when he was paid $750,000 for a speech on behalf of Ericsson, the Swedish telecommunications giant.

Among other charges in Schweizer's book are that one of the companies that paid Bill Clinton, Digicel, received favorable telecommunications contracts in Haiti, a country which is no stranger to the Clintons and their dealings.

In 2011, Hillary Clinton's State Department helped engineer the removal of Haitian President René Préval through obviously rigged elections. The Clinton's chose U.S. puppet, gangster and dancehall performer Michel Martelly as Préval's replacement.

In the wake of the disastrous earthquake of the previous year, Bill Clinton arranged aid for the country, enriching numerous Clinton Foundation donors via no-bid contracts through the State Department's U.S. Agency for International Development.

Another chapter of Clinton Cash deals with Bill Clinton's role at Laureate International Universities, a for-profit educational venture run by private firm Laureate Education. Laureate Education had hired Clinton to be its "Honorary Chancellor."

The timing of his hire is especially suspicious because the Obama administration had just begun to draft tighter rules regarding financial aid for students attending for-profit educational institutions. Simultaneously, an investigation into this questionable industry was being opened by the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.

After Clinton accepted his position with Laureate, Hillary Clinton brought the firm into a State Department Global Partnership and gave tens of millions of dollars of Department funds to an ostensible nonprofit, the International Youth Foundation (IYF), chaired by Laureate's chairman Douglas Becker.

Documents show that after Bill Clinton became Laureate's honorary chancellor, IYF was the recipient of tens of millions of dollars in new government grants, accounting for most of that organization's revenue in 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Schweizer wrote that prior to tax filings, the relationship between IYF and Laureate was undisclosed. For its part, Laureate declined to say to what extent it compensated the former president.

However, Laureate was recorded as being a Clinton Foundation donor to the tune of millions of dollars up until 2014. During Clinton's time with the company, he spoke at its educational campuses in Peru, Brazil, Malaysia, Turkey, Spain, Germany, Mexico and Honduras.

The former president stepped down from his position coincidentally as the aforementioned tax filings were being made. Schweizer claims this was to avoid a wave of negative publicity.

A number of the Clintons' high-powered friends such as Frank Giustra, a Canadian mining magnate, are revealed in Schweizer's book. Giustra lent his private jet to Bill Clinton and engaged him as a speaker while Hillary Clinton pressured officials in Kazakhstan to give Giustra's company, UrAsia Energy, valuable mining rights in the country.

When it looked as if the prime minister of Kazakhstan, Karim Massimov, might interfere with the deal, Hillary canceled a meeting with him, holding out until the deal was complete.

Another stunning charge Schweizer writes about is that ABC News commentator and former Bill Clinton staffer George Stephanopoulos donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation over several years but did not disclose this fact to ABC News prior to moderating televised presidential debates in 2015 and even prior to interviewing Schweizer about his book.

In fact, Stephanopoulos was only forced to admit the donations when the Clinton Foundation listed him in its records. In the wake of this scandal, Republican presidential candidates demanded that ABC News ban him from further debates due to a conflict of interest.

The film version of Clinton Cash is being financed by Breitbart News Network and is premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.

You can watch the film in its entirety on

Donald Trump has already used material from Clinton Cash in campaigning against Hillary Clinton, saying that it "will become very pertinent" and that he was surprised it hadn't been referred to more by Clinton's Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.

The movie is an eye-opener for all Americans and may give Hillary Clinton more to worry about in November than just a general election loss.


Mark Patricks--League of Power