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  • The Return of the Jolly Roger (Hillary's Private Intel Network)

    03/28/2015 11:52:20 AM PDT · by mojito · 29 replies
    PJ Media ^ | 3/27/2015 | Richard Fernandez
    ...Hillaryís private email server acted as portal to a private intelligence network that included retired members of special operations, former CIA clandestine personnel and foreign informers. Acting in some indeterminate capacity over it was Sidney Blumenthal, former aide to president Bill Clinton and now apparently a retainer to the family dynasty. It was the compromise of Blumenthalís emails by the Romanian hacker Guccifer that in part led to journalists to discover Hillaryís private email account. Publicly available sources describe Guccifer as a taxi driver who penetrated the email accounts of the Bush family, Colin Powell and of course Sidney Blumenthal...
  • Former Clinton Official Named as Russian Dupe (Strobe Talbott)

    03/04/2008 7:45:08 PM PST · by river rat · 157 replies · 1,646+ views
    Accuracy in Media ^ | March 04, 2008 | AIM Report
    Snip..... In what could be the biggest State Department scandal since State Department official and United Nations founder Alger Hiss was exposed as a Soviet spy, a top Clinton State Department official and former Time magazine journalist has been identified as having been a trusted contact of the Russian intelligence service. Snip... The sensational charge against Strobe Talbott is made in a new book based on interviews with a Russian defector. Snip... Talbott has been and continues to be a major foreign policy thinker. Back in 2000, when he was named head of the Yale Center for the Study of...
  • Road to Moscow: Bill Clintonís Early Activism from Fulbright to Moscow

    08/22/2007 1:26:32 PM PDT · by Fedora · 62 replies · 5,574+ views
    Original FReeper research | 08/22/2007 | Fedora
    Road to MoscowBill Clintonís Early Activism from Fulbright to Moscow By Fedora SummaryDuring the 1992 campaign, Bill Clintonís student protests and Moscow trip generated much controversy, but few answers. While Clintonís government files from that era seemingly remain unavailable even today, there is at least more information available than in 1992. The public record reveals that Clintonís social network and views on Vietnam were influenced by a pattern of contact between Communist agents and sympathizers and Clintonís academic and political associates. This pattern is documented here through an analysis of Clintonís antiwar activity up through the time he left Oxford...