All organized crime depends on two things to flourish, corruptibility of the system and intimidation. In America today, the World watched as the Republican Mob Boss, US President Donald J. Trump openly intimidated a Witness, Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, while she was giving testimony in the Impeachment Hearings. Ironically, she was testifying to the corrupting of the US State Department and American Foreign Policy, by corrupt foreign interests aided by corrupt American gover
Modern day Russia is tiny, in every critical aspect of global power, to the one and only true ‘Super-Power’ in the World today – The United States of America – (except geographically, of course). Yet it seems to be in almost complete command of America’s administration through the abjectly servile Donald J. Trump, who cannot help but bow and scrape in front of the diminutive Vladimir Putin, as does his administration, and the enablers - the Republican Senators and Congressmen
Infamously now, Paul Manafort got a huge break from Judge T. S. Ellis, the III, no-less, who sentenced Manafort to 47 months, for crimes which required a jail sentence somewhere between 19 to 24 years. The outrageously lenient sentence created a furor in America, as commentators, legal experts and most law-makers expressed shock and disbelief at the brevity of the sentence and the injustice of the Judge in flaunting legal precedents and minimum sentence requirements. Judge T.
Syndicate: a group of individuals or organizations combined to promote some common interest. For the 2016 Presidential Election, a number of well-placed individuals committed to support a self-obsessed, chronic publicity-hound, businessman of questionable repute, Donald J. Trump, and his bid to become the 45th President of the United States. This syndicate was not only committed, but was not above ‘doing whatever it takes’ to win, just like their candidate. And they did do wh
Allegations of Trump’s Campaign having colluded with the Russians to defeat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential Election, have been discussed and investigated from the start of Trump’s Presidency. During all these months of Hearings and Investigations, there was a lot of smoke but little to no fire, which frustrated lawmakers and the public alike. And while seemingly circumstantial evidence kept piling-up, and speculation ran rampant, there was nothing concrete enough t