Sunday, April 16, 2017

Former head of MI-6 claims that he knows Donald Trump owes money to the Russians.

Courtesy of Yahoo News:  

The former head of MI6 has said Donald Trump borrowed money from Russia for his business during the 2008 financial crisis. 

Richard Dearlove told Prospect Magazine that “what lingers for Trump may be what deals – on what terms – he did after the financial crisis of 2008 to borrow Russian money” when other banks and lenders would not risk the money, given Mr Trump’s history of bankruptcy. 

Mr Dearlove alleged the money was used by Mr Trump to prop up his real estate empire, which was hit hard by the financial crisis. It is not illegal to borrow money from Russian entities but Mr Dearlove, who left government in 2004, did not provide any evidence to support his claim in the interview.

Trump of course has denied having ANY ties to Russia.
However his own son disputes that claim:

“And in terms of high-end product influx into the US, Russians make up a pretty disproportionate cross-section of a lot of our assets; say in Dubai, and certainly with our project in SoHo and anywhere in New York. We see a lot of money pouring in from Russia. There’s indeed a lot of money coming for new-builds and resale reflecting a trend in the Russian economy and, of course, the weak dollar versus the ruble,” he said.  

There are reams of information about Trump's ties to Russia, so he is once again lying.

However if what  Mr. Dearlove says is true, that could be part of the reason why Trump is essentially Putin's bitch.

And let's keep in mind that it was another former member of MI-6 who produced that infamous dossier on Trump, parts of which seem to be proven true almost every week now.

Then there was this: 

Robert Amsterdam, a lawyer at international law firm Amsterdam & Partners with considerable experience in Russian affairs, told The Independent there was “no question” that US intelligence agencies and the FBI had information about Trump’s financial dealings with Russian entities prior to the 2016 US election. 

“Trump’s relationship with Russia goes back many, many years. I’m sure the FBI was monitoring it,” he said.

What do they say in that old Pink Floyd song?

"All in all it's just another brick in the wall."


  1. Anonymous10:25 AM

    Trump’s millennial problem: The snowflakes are becoming a blizzard

    Polls show the majority of millennials view Trump as an illegitimate president, and they don't like Ivanka either

    ...Despite the fact that the general myth is that millennials are lazy, selfish and unengaged, overall turnout in the 2016 election was slightly higher than 2012. And overall political engagement by millennials is higher than we have seen for young people in decades. Unsurprisingly, most of the millennials who voted for Trump were white. While Trump drew more millennials than had been expected, he still only won one-third of young voters.

    But those few millennials who did support Trump are turning on him. A new study by GenForward shows that 57 percent of millennials see Trump’s presidency as illegitimate, including about three-quarters of blacks and large majorities of Latinos and Asians.

  2. This is why no tax forms released.

    This is why White House visitor logs sequestered.

    This is why all the meetings at Trump properties were there is no accountability.

    I told you the emoluments would get him. If only someone would dig deep and expose him.

  3. Anonymous10:36 AM

    Trump’s Twitter account reveals a stream of conscience rant that goes something like; Christ has risen, Easter, blah, blah, blah. I won the Electoral College, so I get to do whatever I want. All protests are a conspiracy against me. Oh, and we have no choice but to bomb everyone because I have made the military strong.

    One mention of the resurrection of Christ, and several mentions of the persecution of Donald Trump.

    Trump knows why people want to see his tax returns because if there was nothing damaging in them, he would make them public. The Easter tweets were a case of classic Trump self-obsession and distraction techniques.

    When people show that they don’t love Trump, the President responds with a tantrum, a conspiracy, and a distraction.

    Trump’s tweets reveal the ramblings of an unhealthy man who will always put his fragile ego ahead of leading the country.

  4. Anonymous10:38 AM

    Bernie Sanders Incites A Red State Rebellion That Makes Trump’s Nightmares Come To Life


    SANDERS: Let’s be clear.

    I mean, the point here is that, I think, all over grassroots America, whether they’re Democrats, independents or Republicans, people are perceiving that Trump did not tell the truth in his campaign in terms of what he would do as president of the United States.

    He was going to drain the swamp. Well, he’s, in fact, appointed more billionaires to his Cabinet than any president in history, et cetera, et cetera.

    So, what I think has happened now, in Kansas, it is true that the Democratic candidate lost. It is true that the Democratic Party should have put more resources into that election. But it is also true that he ran 20 points better than the — than the Democratic candidate for president did in Kansas.

    So, what you’re seeing in Kansas, what you’re seeing in Georgia, I believe you’re going to see it in Montana, I believe you’re going to see it all over this country, is the many so-called red states, working people are going to wake up and say, wait a second. Republicans want to cut Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and education, and they want to give hundreds of billions of dollars in tax breaks to the top 1 percent.

    No, that’s not what we elected Trump to do.I think, all over this country, in red states and in blue states, people are beginning to stand up. They’re beginning to fight back. They’re demanding a government which does not just represent the billionaires, but represents the working class of this country.

    1. Anonymous12:19 PM

      The Lifelong Republicans Who Love Bernie Sanders

      Some conservatives are defying expectation and backing the Vermont senator.

  5. Anonymous10:42 AM

    Paul Krugman explains how Trump operates like a glorified mobster

    Russia expert: Putin has something on Trump and will use it on him now that he is no good to him

    Dan Rather scolds pundits for fawning over Trump: ‘Dropping bombs is easy’ — but it’s not presidential

    North Korea threat risks triggering Trump’s 30-year ‘obsession’ with using nukes: authoritarian regime expert

  6. Anonymous3:51 PM

    This is all related. Todd prostitution ring the Russians gambling ring, and the UN sex scandal is all related and Trump is a part of all of it.

    1. Anonymous12:49 AM

      Gee where is the smug troll to dispute the T R U T H???

  7. Anonymous7:03 PM

    The American banks stopped lending him money because he was too high of a risk. Not only because he drives everything he runs into bankruptcy, but they know he knows nothing about economics or running a business.

    On the Frontline program about trump, one of the bankers said little donnie doesn’t even understand Econ 101, let alone high finance, they basically called him stupid.

    So I am sure he ran to the russians and they were more than happy to launder more money. That is one of the reasons why the coward is hiding his tax returns.

    1. Anonymous12:50 AM

      Oh they have been laundering money for a long long long time. Same chit, different day. Shrug.

  8. Anonymous12:54 AM

    Well the poor bastards who think they are not going digital are in la la land. Once the money train is exposed, it will play out like a soap opera. Turn the TV to see whose on for a full Monty of fraud. Let the betting begin...

    1. Anonymous3:45 AM

      Morning Joke bet that Donald john trump would win. On the giddy day Mika and Joey bet Barnacle. Did they have inside knowledge from her friend don john during all that coverage? Ukraine Russia Syria Nkorea china? just one huge white house apprentice show of shiny humans on the elevator going down.


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