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Six Ways Trump Can Help Haiti Recover from Clinton Disaster

Six Ways Trump Can Help Haiti Recover from Clinton Disaster

Donald Trump won the United States presidency against Hillary Clinton because he was the only candidate who seriously competed against her. One of President-Elect Trump’s major prizes in the election was the swing state of Florida, which flickered between red and blue throughout much of the night of November 8-9, 2016, eventually to remain a […]

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Did the Clinton Foundation Steal from the Poor?

Did the Clinton Foundation Steal from the Poor?

Exclusive News Junkie Post and Haiti Chery Interview With Charles Ortel Introduction The Clintons have many problems these days, but the worst of them is probably the information that Charles Ortel started to release from his website and Twitter account (@charlesortel) in early May 2016. Ortel is the financial analyst who exposed General Electric’s stock as being overvalued before […]

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Clinton Disaster Fundraising: Predatory Humanitarianism?

Clinton Disaster Fundraising: Predatory Humanitarianism?

Exclusive News Junkie Post and Haiti Chery Interview With Charles Ortel Introduction It is Haiti’s good luck and surely the Clintons’ misfortune, that Charles Ortel, one of the world’s finest financial analysts, has got the Clinton Foundation in his sights. Mr. Ortel is a graduate of the Harvard Business School with decades of Wall Street […]

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Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff: Not a Coup but Payback for Systemic Corruption

Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff: Not a Coup but Payback for Systemic Corruption

By Dady Chery and Gilbert Mercier In a public open vote, Brazil’s lower house voted overwhelmingly on April 17, 2016 to impeach President Dilma Rousseff. The tally of 367 for impeachment, as opposed to 137 against and 7 abstentions, far exceeded the two-thirds majority that was required. Rousseff says it’s a coup; the mainstream media say it’s a coup; […]

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Litvinenko Inquiry: Death of Justice in the United Kingdom

Litvinenko Inquiry: Death of Justice in the United Kingdom

On January 21, 2015, Sir Robert Michael Owen, a High Court judge on the verge of retirement, in his inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko made the following statement.[1] “I am sure that Mr Litvinenko did not ingest the polonium 210 either by accident or to commit suicide. I am sure, rather, that he […]

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