Wednesday, 26 October 2016

Eric Braverman seeks asylum at Russian consulate

Last thing last night I came across this video from Israeli News as well as an article that originated from the notorious Sasha Faal.

I did not have time to check the original sources – an article in Zero Hedge and from a Russian blogger, alexey45.

Well here is what I have. Obviously this is a story that will have to be watched – as well as the fate of Julian Assange.


I doubt that the fog will clear until after the 8 November.



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Forty risks to remain without a tail

Сорока рискует остаться без хвоста


24 October, 2016

But took a chance. Tell her "thank you" and we wish to hide well.

Information obesity, which is observed recently, is quite a man-made roots. The noise stopped and only delayed absorption layers here and there. Clear excess. Really don't want to retell the fifty topics and pseudanodonta - trained body rejects them. Target audience - hawala, goes on break on. Noticeable to many. Well, there are forty.

Eric Braverman, yesterday (October 23), arrived at the Russian Consulate in new York and presented their "urgent and immediate" request for asylum.

Braverman

All anything, but! It was he who in 2013 became CEO of the Clinton Foundation until abruptly and inexplicably took off from there, leaving this a well known money laundering 
criminal organization right before the nomination of the venerable old lady for the post of President of the United States in December last year. Rumor has it that he even fled to the Consulate when they learned about the sudden death of Assange. There are unconfirmed, but reasonable evidence that invited him there daughter Chelsea Clinton, who revealed the father and mother of war, knowing that they are safely sawed billion for the restoration of some hundred villages in India, spending 53 million, and the change put in his pocket. But this, of course, just hearsay, confirmed only a couple of emails that came in the packet of materials that were studied by the security Council of Russia recently. This, of course, a lot - a billion, but Mama Clinton did not disdain the pennies. Only one day to her cost , king of Morocco, only 12 lemons, but Roman Abramovich began to trade rubber toys ( with a half-century anniversary! ... wow, Mitya older, but stupider... ) and now everybody wants to be like him.

In this regard, it is interesting to look unexpected an interview, Mr. Ivanov, the mouthpiece of the Clinton propaganda. Fire under the carpet is such powerful that you have to endure. To tolerate those who have a burning ass. No... Putin is not involved in the struggle of big-endian and pointed tips - it was the egg, but the egg says, just a modern Faberge for some. And it is a steel Faberge simply makes it clear: if a lady becomes President ( selected ), you can drown in a pile of his own shit. The fight for third Obama term, the fourth Merkel and Putin, no Medvedev - is in full swing.


Но, рискнула. Скажем ей "спасибо" и пожелаем спрятаться хорошо.

Информационное ожирение, которое наблюдается последнее время, имеет вполне себе рукотворные корни. Шум, который перестал усваиваться и только откладывается слоями там и тут. Явный избыток. Как-то совсем не хочется пересказывать полсотни тем и псевдоновостей - тренированный организм их отвергает. Целевая аудитория - хавает, уходит на перерыв о по-новой. Заметно уже многим. Хорошо, что есть сорока.

Эрик Браверман, вчера (23 октября), прибыл в консульство России в Нью - Йорке и представил свою "срочную и немедленную" просьбу о предоставлении убежища.

Всё бы ничего, но! Это он в 2013 году стал генеральным директором Фонда Клинтона пока резко и необъяснимо не вылетел оттуда, оставив эту известную отмыванием денег преступную организацию, как раз накануне выдвижения почтенной старушки на пост Президента США в декабре прошлого года. Поговаривают, что он даже бежал до консульства, когда узнал о внезапной смерти партнёра Ассанжа. Есть неподтверждённые, но разумные данные, что пригласила его туда дочь Клинтонов Челси, которая объявила папе и маме войну, узнав, что они благополучно распилили миллиард на восстановление каких-то ста деревень в Индии, потратив 53 миллиона, а сдачу положили в карман. Но это, конечно, просто слухи, которые подтверждаются всего лишь парой электронных писем, которые вошли в пакет материалов, изучавшийся СБ РФ на днях. Это, конечно, много - целый миллиард, но мама-Клинтон не брезговала и мелочью. Всего один день с ней обошёлся королю Марокко всего-то в 12 лимонов, но ведь и Рома Абрамович начинал с торговли резиновыми игрушками ( с полувековым юбилеем! ... надо же, Митя старше, но глупее... ) и теперь все хотят быть на него похожими.

В этой связи интересно смотрится неожиданное интервью г-на Иванова рупору Клинтоновской пропаганды. Пожар под ковром настолько уже мощный, что остаётся только терпеть. Терпеть тем, у кого подгорает задница. Не... Путин не участвует в борьбе тупоконечников и остроконечников - он - то самое яйцо, но яйцо говорящее, просто современное фаберже какое-то. И это стальное фаберже просто даёт понять: если старушка станет Президентом ( выбранным ), то может утонуть в куче собственного дерьма. Борьба за третий срок Обамы, четвёртый Меркель и Путина и никаких медведевых - в самом разгаре.




And from Zero Hedge

Meet The Man Who Can Expose "The Real Hillary Clinton Scandal"



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22 October, 2016



We have written frequently about the internal Clinton Foundation power struggle between Chelsea Clinton and Doug Band over the previous couple of weeks (see herehere and here).  It all started back in 2011 when, as Chelsea started to take a more senior role at the Clinton Foundation, she became increasingly concerned about an internal audit that exposed glaring conflicts of interest throughout the Foundation with an emphasis on Doug Band and his company, Teneo, who she thought had inappropriately sought favors from the State Department during Hillary's tenure as Secretary of State.  A Politico article from March 2015, summarized Chelsea's rise at the Foundation and how it threatened some long-time Clinton allies who had grown quite accustomed to the status quo. 

But Chelsea Clinton’s rise at times has seemed to threaten some veteran Clinton aides who had carved out influential—and lucrative—positions after long service with her parents.She is blamed in some quarters for marginalizing both Lindsey and Doug Band, who rose from the president’s body man to build and help run the foundation’s Clinton Global Initiative.A third Clinton veteran, Ira Magaziner, saw his portfolio at the foundation diminished during Braverman’s tenure, and sources say Magaziner’s role remains under scrutiny.

Now, new WikiLeaks emails reveal additional details behind the the man, Eric Braverman, who was brought in as CEO by Chelsea to change the controversial practices of the Foundation but abruptly resigned a short time later after being pushed out by long-time Clinton loyalists who had apparently grown very comfortable with the status quo.

Below is the new email exchange which begins when Neera Tanden warns John Podesta to "keep tabs on Doug Band" who she assumed was the insider who told NBC to "follow the money and find the real HRC scandal."  Interestingly, John Podesta writes back quickly to identify the real source as former Clinton Foundation CEO Eric Braverman







Eric Braverman
So who is Eric Braverman?  The following excerpts from a Politico article offer the best summary of Braverman and his efforts, as a newly installed CEO, to breakup the Clinton Foundation scandal machine only to be pushed out by Clinton loyalists after only a year and a half in his new position.

In December [2014], the board of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation approved a salary of more than $395,000, plus bonus, for its Yale-educated CEO, Eric Braverman, while voting to extend his board term through 2017, according to sources familiar with the arrangement. Braverman, who had worked with Chelsea Clinton at the prestigious McKinsey & Company consultancy, had been brought in with the former first daughter’s support to help impose McKinsey-like management rigor to a foundation that had grown into a $2 billion charitable powerhouse.

But in January, only weeks after the board's show of support and just a year and a half after Braverman arrived, he abruptly resigned, and sources tell  Politico his exit stemmed partly from a power struggle inside the foundation between and among the coterie of Clinton loyalists who have surrounded the former president for decades and who helped start and run the foundation. Some, including the president’s old Arkansas lawyer Bruce Lindsey, who preceded Braverman as CEO, raised concerns directly to Bill Clinton about the reforms implemented by Braverman, according to sources, and felt themselves marginalized by the growing influence of Chelsea Clinton and the new CEO she had helped recruit.

The previously untold saga of Braverman’s brief, and occasionally fraught tenure trying to navigate the Clintons’ insular world highlights the challenges the family has faced trying to impose rigorous oversight onto a vast global foundation that relies on some of the same loyal megadonors Hillary Clinton will need for the presidential run sources have said she is all but certain to launch later this year.

Already, a spate of recent news stories in  Politico and elsewhere have highlighted questions about the foundation’s aggressive fundraising both before and during Braverman’s tenure, including the  news that the foundation had been accepting contributions from foreign governments with  lax oversight from the State Department when Hillary Clinton was secretary of state. The foundation has been Clinton’s main public platform since she left State in February 2013.

The hiring a few months later of Braverman, who had been a partner in McKinsey’s Washington office, was seen as validation of Chelsea Clinton’s view that the foundation needed to address recommendations from a 2011 audit for tighter governance and budgeting, as well as more comprehensive policies to vet donors and avoid conflicts of interest.
When Braverman arrived to replace Lindsey as CEO, he moved quickly to adopt the auditor’s recommendations, and then some. He diversified the foundation’s board beyond the Clintons and their longtime political allies and restructured its finance department. He oversaw the creation of a $250 million endowment and implemented data-driven analytics to measure the effectiveness of foundation programs.
No public explanation was offered for Braverman’s resignation.
Of course, given that the email exchange between Podesta and Tanden, and the following tweet from NBC's Joe Scarborough,  occurred just days after Braverman was relieved of his duties in March 2015 it does seem likely that he was the "source close to the Clintons" who told Ron Fournier "to follow the money and find the real HRC scandal."


"@JoeNBC: A source close to the Clintons tell @ron_fournier to "follow the money" and find the real HRC scandal.http://t.co/lPTQY0L0o4"

Ironically, Braverman's resignation also came shortly after the following email from Huma Abedin showing that Hillary directly approached the King of Morocco to host a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative.  In return, theKing had promised "$12 million both for the endowment and to support the meeting."  Huma concludes her email by saying "she [Hillary] created this mess and she knows it."







Eric Braverman
So was this the questionable "contribution from foreign governments with  lax oversight" that ultimately caused Braverman to resign?

More importantly, where is Eric Braverman now?  Clearly, at one point, Braverman expressed some interest in exposing the deep corruption within the Clinton Foundation...now, with all of the new WikiLeaks disclosures, would seem like an opportune time to do just that. 


Here is some speculation



And more from Sputnik


Does This Ousted Clinton Foundation CEO Know the Candidate's 'Real Scandal'?
Newly leaked emails from campaign chief John Podesta point to an embittered Clinton Foundation insider who could, potentially, "know the real HRC scandal."


25 October, 2016

Given how long the Clintons have been in politics, they have, unsurprisingly, assembled a long list of both allies and enemies. As Zero Hedge points out, many of the allies enjoyed cushy positions within the Clinton Foundation, despite obvious conflicts of interest. 

 As Chelsea Clinton began to take on a more active role in the organization, she sought to rein in those with too much influence by appointing Eric Braverman as CEO. 

He resigned suddenly, allegedly "after being pushed out by long-time Clinton loyalists," Zero Hedge noted. Emails from Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, released by WikiLeaks, suggest that Braverman is the anonymous source who told a journalist to "follow the money and find the real [Hillary Clinton] scandal." 

An email exchange between Podesta and Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress, shows Tanden speculating that Doug Band, a businessman who assisted in the creation of the Global Initiative, was behind the comment. 

"I’m hoping someone is keeping tabs on Doug Band. Quote in here is from someone who worked in Clinton Foundation," she writes. Podesta appears to correct her, suggesting Eric Braverman is the culprit, to which she replies "holy Moses." 

 No public explanation was given for Braverman’s resignation, but during his short tenure he “diversified the foundation’s board beyond the Clintons and their longtime political allies and restructured its finance department," according to Politico

His resignation also came soon after an email from Clinton aide Huma Abedin suggested that Hillary Clinton was currying favor with the King of Morocco. 

"This was [Hillary Clinton]’s idea, our office approached the Moroccans and they 100 percent believe they are doing this at her request. The King has personally committed approx $12 million both for the endowment and to support the meeting," Abedin wrote. 

"She created this mess and she knows it." 

As Zero Hedge suggests, this was "the questionable 'contribution from foreign governments with lax oversight' that ultimately caused Braverman to resign."

And from Politico




In December, the board of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation approved a salary of more than $395,000, plus bonus, for its Yale-educated CEO, Eric Braverman, while voting to extend his board term through 2017, according to sources familiar with the arrangement. Braverman, who had worked with Chelsea Clinton at the prestigious McKinsey & Company consultancy, had been brought in with the former first daughter’s support to help impose McKinsey-like management rigor to a foundation that had grown into a $2 billion charitable powerhouse.

But in January, only weeks after the board's show of support and just a year and a half after Braverman arrived, he abruptly resigned, and sources tell Politico his exit stemmed partly from a power struggle inside the foundation between and among the coterie of Clinton loyalists who have surrounded the former president for decades and who helped start and run the foundation. Some, including the president’s old Arkansas lawyer Bruce Lindsey, who preceded Braverman as CEO, raised concerns directly to Bill Clinton about the reforms implemented by Braverman, according to sources, and felt themselves marginalized by the growing influence of Chelsea Clinton and the new CEO she had helped recruit. ...

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