Don’t miss ‘Clinton Cash’ the documentary tonight!

I just finished watching the 1 hour and 4 minute disturbing documentary based on Peter Schweizer’s book ‘Clinton Cash.’

Clinton Cash
Find it at Amazon.

Apparently you can only get it tonight (or so I am told!).

The thing I found most informative was further confirmation that using a ‘humanitarian’ cover (as with the refugee program) is a sure fire way to avoid suspicion while raking in big bucks.

Another thing I found interesting is that from many of the places where Bill Clinton had his hand out for the Clinton Foundation, refugees were (and are) flowing to the US.  The film mentions Bill and Hillary’s connections in South Sudan, the DR Congo, Columbia and Haiti (all US refugee sending areas of the world).

Could there also have been some deals with big US corporations looking for the importation of cheap labor to America?

Click here for the Youtube at Breitbart tonight. (It is up to 181,061 views now)

And, don’t miss ‘Hillary’s America!’ now showing in a theater near you.  I saw it in St. Cloud, Minnesota with some great American patriots!

Bernie Sanders was on our side in 2007 debate on ‘Comprehensive Immigration Reform’

That was the attempt by the Bush Administration and Senator John McCain (for amnesty) that was roundly defeated by a massive grassroots effort that I see as the real beginning of the Tea Party movement that ultimately coalesced in 2009.

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton at the CNN Democratic Debate at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, Tuesday, October 13, 2015.
Bernie and Hillary go toe-to-toe about guest workers. Hillary wants more, Bernie has concerns for American workers and corporate abuse of the migrant workers.

In 2007, America First Conservatives (although we didn’t know that is really who we were) got a taste of citizen power in defeating that bill (later to be resurrected by the Gang of Eight/Marco Rubio bill that passed the Senate in 2013, but died in the House).

Imagine my surprise to see this story at Vox on Saturday that tells us that Senator Bernie Sanders and then Senator Hillary Clinton were on opposite sides of the debate over one important provision of the Bush-driven legislation. 

Sanders was worried about the guest workers provision that could cause American workers to lose their jobs and followed the lead of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) that saw the foreign workers (who would be admitted if the bill had become law) as “slave labor.”

Holy cow! I’m on the same side as Bernie Sanders and the SPLC on something!

On many occasions over the years at RRW, I and my readers (see one guest post here), have said that very same thing—refugees are slave laborers for big corporations that need cheap (captive) workers to boost their bottom lines. And, that is why there is so much resistance from some elected Republicans to rein any of it in—they get campaign contributions from big companies (often foreign-owned) and political power from Chambers of Commerce to keep the immigrant labor flow coming.

So here is Vox, read the whole thing:

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders differ on how to get things done.

Clinton has billed herself as a pragmatist, willing to take the compromises that are available. Sanders, meanwhile, has positioned himself as an idealist more interested in reinventing the system than in slightly improving it.

This dynamic became clear again during Thursday night’s Democratic debate on PBS and CNN, when Clinton went after Sanders for opposing a 2007 bill that would have bolstered border security and given millions of undocumented immigrants some form of legal status.

“I voted for comprehensive immigration reform in 2007. Sen. Sanders voted against it at that time,” Clinton said. “I think we have to get to comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship.”

Sanders countered: “The Southern Poverty Law Center, among other groups, said that the guest worker programs that were embedded in this agreement were akin to slavery. … Akin to slavery — where people came into this country to do guest work were abused, were exploited.”

For one telling of the history of that 2007 Senate debate between the Clinton/Bush position and the Sanders view of things, continue reading.

See also, NumbersUSA sees some common ground with Sanders. Although on their Presidential scorecard, Sanders has the lowest score of all those still in the 2016 contest.

David Miliband: US must not stop Syrian resettlement, would be threat to “global governance”

Out of the mouth of a globalist of the first order!

Miliband and Clinton
Hillary thinks he is a “hottie.”

One of the main objectives of this new blog—American Resistance 2016—is to help make some of our enemies on the Left household names.

Pay attention to David Miliband who heads-up the financially largest US refugee resettlement agency.  He is the former British Foreign Secretary who came to New York in 2013 to take the reins of the International Rescue Committee.

***Update*** A South American news outlet is reporting that Miliband makes $600,000 a year running the ‘charity.’  Doing well by doing good! Here is more at the Daily Mail (where the S. A. news must have gotten it).

The Clintons, George Soros, Samantha Power and others of the NO Borders Left were on hand to greet his arrival.   You know he is playing a huge role in seeding American towns with Muslim migrants as he was the first to call for the resettlement of 65,000 Syrian refugees before Obama leaves office (he has now upped his demand to 100,000 by the end of this year).

Here is a story you might have missed at The Guardian on Christmas day where he tells us what we expected—this is about global governance!

Former British foreign secretary David Miliband has urged the US and UK governments to resist closing their doors to Syrian refugees in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris and California, warning that to do so would have a serious “ripple effect” across Europe and the Middle East.

Miliband, who now heads the International Rescue Committee aid agency, told the Guardian that the increasingly hostile tone of the debate on the Syrian exodus in the two western countries posed a major threat to global governance.

Global governance! What about American sovereignty! What about your home town!

Continue reading here.  See our complete archive on Miliband at RRW by clicking here.  Be sure to see Miliband says we must “embrace political Islamism,” here.

Don’t rage against the refugees, rage against those using them as pawns as Miliband is doing.

Posts like this one will be tagged ‘Know the enemy.’  I can’t impress upon you enough the importance of making those, like Miliband (who want “global governance”) household names.  After all, it is Alinsky’s Rule 13 and the Left uses it all the time, you should too!

Remember when Rush said, “I hope he fails” as Obama came to power. Friends of Obama, including those so-called ‘conservative’ dinner partners (the “fan boys”), here, tried to use Rule 13 on Rush, but failed miserably.

It goes without saying those same “fan boys” are using Rule 13 on Trump, and if they succeed in wiping him out, they will turn their attention to Ted Cruz.