The above is devastating for Clinton and will further diminish her wavering support among non-oligarch US citizens, relegating her to being elected by the anti-democratic means on which she relies, from kick-backs and slush-funds to hundreds of billions of dollars in arms sales to foreign dictators. (Using and dealing in high-explosive devices is among Hillary’s most prominent trademarks.)
One of the key points in the investigation is that in what we are told is the US ‘democratic system’, a set of oligarchs with corrupt financial ties to the elite-catering candidates, like Hillary, literally get to have their individual votes count as thousands upon thousands of votes.
These oligarchs, dubbed ‘super-delegates’, bribe and support the candidate that works to make them (and in turn the politician in question) even richer and more powerful, and who is fine with, or in Hillary’s case gleeful about, mass-killing any ‘unpeople’ (1984) who stand in the way.
Another point raised is that Hillary’s first political work was “campaigning for the Donald Trump of the ’60s, far right Republican” and corporate oligarch Barry Goldwater. Goldwater was a white supremacist reacting against the burgeoning Civil Rights movement, and Hillary was inspired. (She regularly uses white-supremacist imagery in her own political campaigns.) She later became president of the Young Republicans Club, and to many independent analysts and neo-cons today, it is obvious that Hillary is herself an ideological member of the neo-con terrorist organization.
Again in the eighties and since, Hillary strongly supported policies that top government staffers have said were designed to, and have succeeded terrifically at, imprisoning and killing vast numbers of African Americans and other impoverished or dissident groups.
Indeed, expert Roger Morris finds in his extensive interviews with Hillary/Bill staffers (Partners in Power: The Clintons and Their America) that Hillary, as one might expect from her record, harbors utter personal disdain and disgust for honest, non-oligarch US citizens, whom she is known to call ‘red-necks’ and the like.
Morris further discusses the Clintons’ involvement in shipping money and weapons to the ‘secret’ US terrorist army known as The Contras. For attacking Nicaragua with this and other forces, the US was found guilty in the world’s highest court and the UNSC and GN of international terrorism and aggression. Due to the court’s inability to enforce judgments against history’s biggest empire, the US simply increased its terror against the poor nation that had been, according to international agencies, making great strides in improving the lives of Nicaragua’s population, which consisted predominantly of, as Hillary knew, poor people.
Since entering politics, the Clintons have increased their net worth hundreds of times over, and today have a net worth approaching two-hundred-million dollars, mainly derived from corporate bribery or, to use the touted phrase, ‘speaking fees’. You know all those guys at Goldman Sachs just think Hillary is a genius and they need to pay her five thousand dollars a minute for financial advice. But in reality, they really are interested in what she has to say, albeit for a reason that actually makes sense: they want to make sure they will get a return on their investment, hinting at why Hillary refuses to release transcripts of her ‘speeches’, and why the most intensive, comprehensive academic studies find that the US government responds only to oligarchs and swindlers, and never the actual population of the country.
While it is a widely held international and academic opinion that the US has the world’s most corrupt government because it is based on bribery and maintaining tight oligarchic control, professor David Graeber notes (Debt – The First 5,000 Years) that biased Western-run ‘watch-dog’ agencies are able to lower the US’s corruption ranking on the lists they create because in countries like Russia and China, bribing politicians is illegal, and thus considered corruption, whereas in the US it is rampant to the extent that the offending politicians and oligarchs simply declared bribery to be ‘legal’, and thus not counted as a form of corruption.
But not to worry: Hillary doesn’t just take millions from US oligarchs. She is also flush with millions from foreign oligarchs and dictatorships, and responds to their ‘generosity’ by supporting them privately and publicly, such as backing their efforts to overthrow democracies, or when she recently propagandized for apartheid Israel, just after it was declared the world’s top human rights violator by the United Nations.
Martin ends the investigation by saying US citizens can and should fight both the Republicans and the Democrats, and that she “completely rejects Hillary’s brand of bourgeois ‘feminism’ because it leaves out millions of immigrant women, poor women, and the women [and girls] under her bombs” – all ‘unpeople’ who have stood, or accidentally been, in the way of expanding the corporate empire.
Robert Barsocchini is an internationally published author who focuses on force dynamics, national and global, and also writes professionally for the film industry. Updates on Twitter. Author’s essay ‘The Agility of Tyranny: Historical Roots of Black Lives Matter’.