The "Magnitsky Trio" Pushes For War With Russia With New Sanctions

Authored by Tom Luongo,

If half of what I have come to understand about the Curious Case of Bill Browder is true, then the “Magnitsky Trio” of Senators John McCain, Lindsay Graham and Ben Cardin are guilty of espionage, at a minimum.

Why?  Because they know that Browder’s story about Sergei Magnitsky is a lie.  And that means that when you tie in the Trump Dossier, Christopher Steele, Fusion GPS, the Skripal poisoning and the rest of this mess, these men are consorting with foreign governments and agencies against the sitting President.

As Lee Stranahan pointed out recently on Fault Lines, Cardin invited Browder to testify to Congress in 2017 to push through last year’s sanctions bill, a more stringent version of the expiring Magnitsky Act of 2011, which has since been used to ratchet up pressure on Russia.

Cardin knew there were problems with Browder’s story about Magnitsky’s death and yet brought him into Congress to testify to secure the vote.

That’s suborning perjury, as Lee points out.

Just the holes in Browder’s story about Magnitsky’s death are alone enough to warrant a perjury charge on him.  If you haven’t read Luck Komisar’s detailed breakdown of Browder’s dealings then you owe it to yourself to do so.

I’d read it a few times, because it’s about as murky as The Swamp gets. And, still my eyes glaze over.

The Magnitsky Act and its sequel have been used to support aggressive policy actions by the U.S. against Russia and destroy the relationship between the world’s most prominent militaries and nuclear powers.

The new bill is said to want to put ‘crushing sanctions’ on Russia to make ‘Putin feel the heat.’   In effect, what this bill wants to do is force President Trump to enforce sanctions against the entire Russian state for attempting to do business anywhere in the world.

The new financial penalties would target political figures, oligarchs, family members and others that “facilitate illicit and corrupt activities” on behalf of Putin.

It would also impose new sanctions on transactions tied to investments in state-owned energy projects,  transactions tied to new Russian debt, and people with the capacity or ability to support or carry out a “malicious” cyber act.

In addition, if it wasn’t clear enough already, that he’s no friend of the President, Graham is trying to tie the President’s hands on NATO withdrawal, requiring a two-thirds majority.

Now, why would Graham be worried about that, unless it was something the President was seriously considering? This is similar to last year’s sanctions bill requiring a similar majority for the President to end the original sanctions placed on Russia in 2014 over the reunification with Crimea.

And behind it all stands Bill Browder.

Because it has been Browder’s one-man campaign to influence members of Congress, the EU and public opinion the world over against Putin and Russia for the past 10 years over Magnitsky’s death.

Browder’s story is the only one we see in the news.  And it’s never questioned, even though it has.  He continually moves to block films and articles critical of him from seeing distribution.

Browder is the epicenter around which the insane push for war with Russia revolves as everyone involved in the attempt to take over Russia in 1999 continues to try and cover their collective posteriors posterities.

And it is Browder, along with Republic National Bank chief Edmond Safra, who were involved together in the pillaging of Russia in the 1990’s.  Browder’s firm hired Magintsky as an accountant (because that’s what he was) to assist in the money laundering Heritage Capital was involved in.

The attempted take over of Russia failed because Yeltsin saw the setup which led him to appoint Putin as his Deputy Prime Minister.

Martin Armstrong talked about this recently and it is featured prominently in the film about him, The Forecaster, which I also recommend you watch.

There was $7 billion that was wired through Bank of New York which involved money stolen from the IMF loans to Russia. The attempt to takeover Russia by blackmail was set in motion. As soon as that wire was done, that is when Republic National Bank ran to the Department of Justice to say it was money-laundering. I believe this started the crisis and Yeltsin was blackmailed to step down and appoint Boris A. Berezovsky as the head of Russia.

Clearly, Republic National Bank was involved with the US government for they were sending also skids of $100 bills to Russia. It was written up and called the Money Plane. Yeltsin then turned to Putin realizing that he had been set up. This is how Putin became the First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia on August 9th, 1999 until August 16th, 1999 when he became the 33rd Prime Minister and heir apparent of Yeltsin.

So, now why, all of a sudden, do we need even stronger sanctions on Russia, ones that would create untold dislocation in financial markets around the world?

Look at the timeline today and see what’s happening.

  1. Earlier this year Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicts 13 people associated with Internet Research Agency (IRA), a Russian troll farm, for influencing the 2016 election.

  2. Then Mueller indicts twelve members of Russian intelligence to sabotage the upcoming summit between Trump and Putin while the Russia Hacked Muh Election narrative was flagging.

  3. Three days later President Trump met with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.  There a Putin let the world know that he would assist Robert Mueller’s investigation if in return the U.S. would assist Russia in returning Bill Browder, who was tried and convicted in absentia for tax evasion.

  4. All of a sudden Browder’s story is all over the alternative press. Browder is all over U.S. television.

  5. Earlier this week Facebook comes out, after horrific earnings, to tell everyone that IRA was still at it, though being ever so sneaky, trying to influence the mid-terms by engaging Democrats and anti-Trumpers to organize... In that release, Facebook let it be known it was working with the political arm of NATO, The Atlantic Council, to ferret out these dastardly Russian agents.

And now we have a brand-new shiny sanctions bill intended to keep any rapprochement between the U.S. and Russia from occurring.

Why is that?  What’s got them so scared of relations with Russia improving?

Maybe, just maybe, because Putin has all of these people dead to rights and he’s informed Trump of what the real story behind all of this is.

That at its core is a group of very bad people who attempted to steal trillions but only got away with billions and still have their sights set on destroying Russia for their own needs.

And Lindsay Graham is their mouthpiece. (all puns intended)

That all of U.S. foreign policy is built on a lie.

That our relationship with Russia was purposefully trashed for the most venal of reasons, for people like Bill Browder to not only steal billions but then have the chutzpah to steal the $230 million he would have paid in taxes on those stolen billions.

And the only way to ensure none of those lies are exposed is for Trump to be unable to change any of it by forcing him to openly side with the Russian President over members of his own political party.

The proposed sanctions by the Graham bill are so insane that even the Treasury department thinks they are a bad idea.  But, at this point there is nothing Graham won’t do for his owners.

Because they are desperate they will push for open warfare with Russia to push Putin from power, which is not possible. All of this is nothing more than a sad attempt to hold onto power long enough to oust Trump from the White House and keep things as horrible as they currently are.

Because no one gives up power willingly.  And the more they are proven to be frauds the more they will scream for war.


Skip ???ö? Sat, 08/04/2018 - 18:35 Permalink

TrumpHate rises to new heights. Will it work?
July 17, 2018 by Kevin MacDonald

I should also mention Putin’s treatment of certain Jewish oligarchs who have attempted to influence Western policies toward Russia (e.g., Mikhail Khodorkovsky). A truly stunning moment in the Trump-Putin presser (all but ignored in the MSM) was Putin saying that Bill Browder and his associates had illegally earned $1.5 billion in Russia (“the way the money was earned was illegal”) without paying taxes either to Russia or the United States where the money was transferred. And that he and his associates had contributed $400 million to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. While the charges back and forth are impossible for me to evaluate, Browder’s firm, Hermitage Capital Management, has been involved in other accusations of fraud. Browder was the main force promoting the Magnitsky Act, signed by President Obama in 2012, that barred Russian officials said to be involved in the death of Sergei Magnitsky, a Browder associate, from entering the U.S. or using the U.S. banking system.

Here the point is that American neocons have been in the forefront of hostility over Putin’s treatment of Jewish oligarchs, taking the view that Browder et al. are completely innocent victims of Russian evil. Along with Russian foreign policy, Putin’s actions toward the oligarchs is one factor in neocon and hence some factions of the GOP toward Russia. It’s no surprise that they are now eagerly joining the hate-Trump chorus throughout the American establishment.

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caconhma sanctificado Sat, 08/04/2018 - 19:46 Permalink

Apparently, there are big differences between Putin and Kim. So far, Kim was protecting and straightening his country and Putin's regime all but has destroyed Russia.

The latest Russia's wonder weapon latest tank development and production were canceled since there is no money for Russia's defense. The Russia defense budget was slashed by 30%.

Very soon, Russia will be another Venezuela.

Forget Putin, we have more than enough problems here in America.


China is something to watch. Their international military isolation will be broken very shortly.

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lock-stick caconhma Sat, 08/04/2018 - 19:59 Permalink

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MoreSun BigJim Sun, 08/05/2018 - 00:43 Permalink

Regarding Article:

Do we need to know anything else? 

"William Felix "Bill" Browder was born into a Jewish family in Chicago, Illinois.

Browder's paternal grandfather was Earl Browder, who was born in Kansas in 1891.[1] He was a radical and had lived in the Soviet Union for several years from 1927 and married Raisa Berkman, a Jewish Russian woman, while living there.[1]

 After his return to the United States in 1931,[1] Earl Browder became the leader of the Communist Party USA, and ran for U.S. president in 1936 and 1940.[13] 

After World War II, Earl Browder lost favor with Moscow and was expelled from the American Communist party.[1]

Remove all jew supremacists from all positions of power, no matter how small-NOW!

Get It, Read It:

"A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind" Stephon Mitford Goodson…

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Thoresen Hapa Sun, 08/05/2018 - 06:50 Permalink

Great film that takes you from Browder the poor defrauded good guy with a hero lawyer Magnitsky, to a bad guy with Magnitsky the long employed accountant who made none of the assertions injected into the Russian -English translations that no one reviewed. But why is this film banned in the West? (/s)

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FBaggins Thoresen Sun, 08/05/2018 - 14:02 Permalink

The Zio Rothschild bankster cabal which controls the Western financial system totally owns Browder and the stooge trio - McCain, Graham and  Cardin. The main weapon of the cabal is their unlimited supply of money which their treasury dupes create out of noting mainly for their interests which they transfer into any form of wealth they want, buying up and corrupting everyone and everything in their way, until they encounter a political leader who actually represents the best interests of his or her own nation.

Then if sanctions, and destabilization efforts fail they resort to direct military intervention. They have absolutely no qualms about destroying a nation like Syria with an unjust and illegal insurgency war, or bombing a nation like Iran into the stone age, as they now propose and killing millions of people, and they will continue to cause continual unrest, death, and destruction everywhere they go until they are STOPPED and their ASSETS are CONFISCATED for their many heinous ABUSES of POWER.   

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JRobby MoreSun Sun, 08/05/2018 - 11:39 Permalink

"the “Magnitsky Trio” of Senators John McCain, Lindsay Graham and Ben Cardin are guilty of espionage, at a minimum."

How much longer do we have to put up with these lying fucking scum bags?

Serious question. How much longer? Sick of this shit.


Meghan McCain on her dad, U.S. Sen. John McCain: 'I’m scared of America without him'. Give me a fucking break! Why has there never been a serious discussion about the "manchurianazation of McCain" ???? "We de-briefed him, he never cracked".............

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Bubba Rum Das monk27 Sun, 08/05/2018 - 13:25 Permalink

Because it's not brain cancer, & it never was...
He's using this as an excuse to hide his culpability in the illegal spying & Steele dossier frame-up by the Obama- Clinton deep state dominated U.S. Dept. of Justice...

John McCain was & still is a Traitor Guilty of Treason to the United States of America.

His actions & the evidence prove it, he is humiliated by these facts & does not want to face the fire; so he's playing 'Sick Boy'

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DoctorFix BigJim Sun, 08/05/2018 - 03:26 Permalink

I'm happy to be reminded from time to time which of the many spammy accounts keep repeating the same endless twaddle.  And isn't it interesting that some accounts never seem to go to bed?  They're there answering and commenting away 24/7.  As if they, plural or singular, have an endless amount of time, and a commensurate budget, to prattle on. 

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HowdyDoody BigJim Sun, 08/05/2018 - 05:21 Permalink

Notice lock-stick (1 week plus) and his sock puppets are never bothered by real money-for-nothing spammers, just this guy who links to a Christian site. Given the vitriol, obsession and anti-Christian nature, it looks like we have an (((obsessed one))) who wants to selectively shut down free speech.


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JSBach1 Skip Sat, 08/04/2018 - 21:19 Permalink

Not only is Steele part of this shady group but there are ties with Alexander Litvinenko, Boris Berezovsky, Alexander Perepelichny (who all meet thier untimely deaths) around Bill Browder (directly/indirectly)”

As Browder responds with “I do not recall” and “I do not know” on any substantial inquiry in the court, the US judiciary could be very interested in hearing Perepelichny. This menace to Magnitsky Act was eliminated one week before the bill passed the US House: on Nov 10, 2012 Alexander Perepelichny was found dead outside his mansion in London. The police investigation did not bring any tangible result but the theory of “Russian mafia” involved was timely injected into the international media. One month later Magnitsky Act was signed by president Obama…

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uhland62 Bill of Rights Sat, 08/04/2018 - 22:35 Permalink

One way of reducing recruitment - who wants to be part of a war against Russia? That could be a novelty as this would be the war which brings action to US streets, not always other people's streets. 

"... sanctions on transactions tied to investments in state-owned energy projects,  transactions tied to new Russian debt,..."

Pompeo let it slip. Taxpayer Dollars to the IMF must have benefits for the "American private sector". Not enough of a look-in in Russia at taxpayers' expense? Too bad. 

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