Monday, March 15, 2010

Clinton Kazakhstani Kickbacks through Fahrenheit 9/11

Belief Bill Clinton and Frank Giustra, backer of Michael Moore
and Lions Gate production of the Wag-the-Dog film, "Fahrenheit 9/11", traded kickbacks during their 2005 visit to Kazakhstan. 

Open e-mail sent January 31, 2008 to:
US Vice-President, Richard Cheney, 
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@...  
Field McConnell and David Hawkins, Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE

Copies for reference:
Representative Duncan Hunter, 52nd District of California 
Bruce McConnell, McConnell Int. contactus@... Michael Badnarik 'Lighting the Fires of Liberty', We The People Radio Network  scholar@...
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Al Gore 

Dear Vice President Cheney and Prime Minister Harper:
Re: Clinton Kazakhstani Kickbacks through Fahrenheit 9/11
Hawks CAFE believes that Bill Clinton and Frank Giustra, a financial backer of the Lions Gate production of the Michael Moore's Wag-the-Dog movie, "Fahrenheit 9/11", traded kickbacks during a 2005 visit to Kazakhstan.
Our Abel Danger intelligence team has found that Bill and Hillary Clinton owed Giustra, because "Fahrenheit 9/11" diverted public attention away from their role in USIS ('U.S. Investigation Services'), a "fragging" network apparently staffed by their friends in the mobbed-up Laborers' union to extort 'climate deniers' and top officials (TOPOFF) in government and industry.
Abel Danger research indicates Giustra and wife Lawton owed the Clintons for insider access to event arbitrage opportunities
which allowed Giustra and his private-equity friends in Carlyle Canada to exploit price gaps between the New York Stock Exchange and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange allegedly triggered by the Clintons' 'fraggers' on 9/11.
Abel Danger has totted up the trade in kickbacks completed after the 2005 visit to Kazakhstan; Giustra had helped finance a Wag-the-Dog film and given Clinton foundations $131.3 million, Clinton had secured Giustra the right to buy into three uranium projects controlled by Kazakhstan's state-owned uranium agency, Kazatomprom, and, Kazakhstan's president, Nursultan A. Nazarbayev, had been given an assurance that his government would gain international legitimacy by assuming the presidency of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in 2010.
Perhaps your gatekeepers will pass on this information to someone who can understand what it means; meanwhile Abel Danger will share it with the FBI, the U.S. Department of Justice and voters in the 2008 elections.
Perhaps the Clintons should buy the visas needed to emigrate to Kazakhstan.
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell avalonbeef@... Tel: 218 329 2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety
David Hawkins 
hawks-cafe@... Tel: 604 542-0891
Former oil industry operating engineer, blow out specialist, safety officer - 15 years experience handling radioactive materials, explosives, incendiaries

Civil Case 3:07-cv-49  "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians"
Clerk's Office, Federal District Court of North Dakota
655 1st Ave. North, Suite 130, Fargo ND 58102
"Clinton Kazakhstani Kickbacks through Fahrenheit 9/11"
"Late on Sept. 6, 2005, a private plane carrying the Canadian mining financier Frank Giustra touched down in Almaty, a ruggedly picturesque city in southeast Kazakhstan. Several hundred miles to the west a fortune awaited: highly coveted deposits of uranium that could fuel nuclear reactors around the world. And Mr. Giustra was in hot pursuit of an exclusive deal to tap them. Unlike more established competitors, Mr. Giustra was a newcomer to uranium mining in Kazakhstan, a former Soviet republic. But what his fledgling company lacked in experience, it made up for in connections. Accompanying Mr. Giustra on his luxuriously appointed MD-87 jet that day was a former president of the United States, Bill Clinton. Upon landing on the first stop of a three-country philanthropic tour, the two men were whisked off to share a sumptuous midnight banquet with Kazakhstan's president, Nursultan A. Nazarbayev, whose 19-year stranglehold on the country has all but quashed political dissent.  Mr. Nazarbayev walked away from the table with a propaganda coup, after Mr. Clinton expressed enthusiastic support for the Kazakh leader's bid to head an international organization that monitors elections and supports democracy. Mr. Clinton's public declaration undercut both American foreign policy and sharp criticism of Kazakhstan's poor human rights record by, among others, Mr. Clinton's wife, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York. Within two days, corporate records show that Mr. Giustra also came up a winner when his company signed preliminary agreements giving it the right to buy into three uranium projects controlled by Kazakhstan's state-owned uranium agency, Kazatomprom. The monster deal stunned the mining industry, turning an unknown shell company into one of the world's largest uranium producers in a transaction ultimately worth tens of millions of dollars to Mr. Giustra, analysts said. Just months after the Kazakh pact was finalized, Mr. Clinton's charitable foundation received its own windfall: a $31.3 million donation from Mr. Giustra that had remained a secret until he acknowledged it last month. The gift, combined with Mr. Giustra's more recent and public pledge to give the William J. Clinton Foundation an additional $100 million, secured Mr. Giustra a place in Mr. Clinton's inner circle, an exclusive club of wealthy entrepreneurs in which friendship with the former president has its privileges .. Mr. Giustra made his fortune in mining ventures as a broker on the Vancouver Stock Exchange, raising billions of dollars and developing a loyal following of investors. Just as the mining sector collapsed, Mr. Giustra, a lifelong film buff, founded the Lion's Gate Entertainment Corporation in 1997. But he sold the studio in 2003 and returned to mining ..  The United States Embassy got last-minute notice that the president would be making "a private visit," said a State Department official, who said he was not authorized to speak on the record. The publicly stated reason for the visit was to announce a Clinton Foundation agreement that enabled the government to buy discounted AIDS drugs. But during a news conference, Mr. Clinton wandered into delicate territory by commending Mr. Nazarbayev for "opening up the social and political life of your country."  In a statement Kazakhstan would highlight in news releases, Mr. Clinton declared that he hoped it would achieve a top objective: leading the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, which would confer legitimacy on Mr. Nazarbayev's government .. Eleven months before Mr. Clinton's statement, Mrs. Clinton co-signed a commission letter to the State Department that sounded "alarm bells" about the prospect that Kazakhstan might head the group. The letter stated that Kazakhstan's bid "would not be acceptable," citing "serious corruption," canceled elections and government control of the news media .. "He was either going off his brief or he was sadly mistaken," Mr. Herman said. "There was nothing in the record to suggest that they really wanted to move forward on democratic reform."  Indeed, in December 2005, Mr. Nazarbayev won another election, which the security organization itself said was marred by an "atmosphere of intimidation" and "ballot-box stuffing." After Mr. Nazarbayev won with 91 percent of the vote, Mr. Clinton sent his congratulations. "Recognizing that your work has received an excellent grade is one of the most important rewards in life," Mr. Clinton wrote in a letter released by the Kazakh embassy. Last September, just weeks after Kazakhstan held an election that once again failed to meet international standards, Mr. Clinton honored Mr. Nazarbayev by inviting him to his annual philanthropic conference. Within 48 hours of Mr. Clinton's departure from Almaty on Sept. 7, Mr. Giustra got his deal. UrAsia signed two memorandums of understanding that paved the way for the company to become partners with Kazatomprom in three mines. The cost to UrAsia was more than $450 million, money the company did not have in hand and had only weeks to come up with. The transaction was finalized in November, after UrAsia raised the money through the largest initial public offering in the history of Canada's Venture Exchange .. That same month, Mr. Dzhakishev, the Kazatomprom chief, said he traveled to Chappaqua, N.Y., to meet with Mr. Clinton at his home. Mr. Dzhakishev said Mr. Giustra arranged the three-hour meeting. Mr. Dzhakishev said he wanted to discuss Kazakhstan's intention — not publicly known at the time — to buy a 10 percent stake in Westinghouse, a United States supplier of nuclear technology. Nearly a year earlier, Mr. Clinton had advised Dubai on how to handle the political furor after one of that nation's companies attempted to take over several American ports. Mrs. Clinton was among those on Capitol Hill who raised the national security concerns that helped kill the deal."

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