PING MAY FOREMOST GOP McConnell Boehner plan:dump 30M litres of #fracking waste into US Waters

Mitch McConnell Ping May Drugs dumping under liberi flag Ebola

Ping May

Ebola, SARS,the abuses of crew members and the avoidance of missions of dollars in taxes that are made perfectly legal (if highly immoral) by flying a Liberian “flag of convenience” is yet another more-than-problematic issue against the McConnell-Chao family.Which “coke” is worse to ship via Liberia’s flag?
Is it a worse crime against humanity and the planet to be transporting thousands of tons of “coke” (coal) or 40 KG of “coke” (cocaine) secretly paying campaign contributions for a government take over?

Texas energy group asks court to halt fracking ban

 

Boehner Owns Keystone XL Pipeline Stock; FoxNews has Interest in Syria

Boehner Owns Keystone XL Pipeline Stock; FoxNews has Interest in Syria

Nov 11, 2014
TEXAS CITIES ARE LOSING CONTROL OF FRACKING
The American Spectator
Josiah Neeley

Overall, conservatives in Texas had a very good election night last week. Republicans took all the statewide offices, as indeed they have in every election since 1994, and claimed virtual supermajorities in both the state house and senate. Even a ballot measure on a light rail project in liberal Austin went down to defeat. Yet in the midst of this dominance of common sense came one ominous result. Voters in the city of Denton approved a ballot measure banning all hydraulic fracturing within city limits. While municipalities have banned fracking in states ranging from Colorado to Pennsylvania, Denton represents the first time a city in energy-loving Texas has done so. And unless swift action is taken, it may not be the last. [Full Story]

Nov 11, 2014
The Fall of U.S. Fracking?
Wall St Daily
Karim Rahemtulla

The U.S. oil industry has taken a beating from the recent drop in oil prices, which have plunged more than 25% since the summer. Oil and oil service stocks across the board have been bruised… but none more so than those related to the fracking industry. You see, fracking is an expensive process compared to conventional oil extraction techniques – a situation that became grave three weeks ago, when Saudi Arabia decided to try to run U.S. oil out of business by dropping the price of its crude oil. Now, it looks like fracking may be the first casualty in this worldwide oil war. [Full Story]

Though Foremost has played a pivotal role in McConnell’s life, bestowing the senator with most of his personal wealth and generating thousands in donations to his campaign committees, Registered through a limited liability company in the Marshall Islands, the Ping May flies the Liberian flag.

In The Wall Street Journal, John Boehner and Mitch McConnell say let's ... move on the Keystone XL pipeline http://online.wsj.com/articles/john-boehner-and-mitch-mcconnell-now-we-can-get-congress-going-1415232759

Liberia Flag Mitch McConnell John Boehner Personal Keystone XL investor The abuses of crew members and the avoidance of missions of dollars in taxes that are made perfectly legal (if highly immoral) by flying a Liberian “flag of convenience” is yet another more-than-problematic issue against the McConnell-Chao family. (And the crew’s poor working conditions and pay
may contribute to the crew resorting to being drug mules.)

History
Merchant ships have used false flags http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_convenience as a tactic to evade enemy warships since antiquity, and examples can be found from as early as the Roman era through to the Middle Ages.[19] More recently, this technique was used by the British during the Napoleonic Wars and the United States during the War of 1812.[20] During the mid-19th century, slave ships flew various flags to avoid being searched by British anti-slavery fleets.[21] However, the modern practice of registering ships in foreign countries to gain economic advantage originated in the United States in the era of World War I, and the term “flag of convenience” came into use in the 1950s

The Greater Liberia Act of 1939 would deport 12 million African-Americans to Liberia at federal expense to relieve unemployment. The act failed in Congress, and Garvey lost even more support among the black population.

 

Do you think that the Greater Liberia Act of 1939 was a good way to help improve the living conditions and opportunities of African Americans? Why or why not?

Foremost Maritime Corporation

Reagan administration officials interceded on behalf of José Bueso Rosa, a Honduran general who was heavily involved with the CIA’s contra operations and faced trial for his role in a massive drug shipment to the United States. In 1984 Bueso and co-conspirators hatched a plan to assassinate Honduran President Roberto Suazo Córdoba; the plot was to be financed with a $40 million cocaine shipment to the United States, which the FBI intercepted in Florida.

A cargo ship connected to Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell was recently stopped and searched before departing from Colombia. During the search, Colombian Coast Guard agents seized roughly 90 pounds of cocaine.

The drugs were found on the Ping May, which is a vessel operated by the Foremost Maritime Corporation, a company owned by Mitch McConnell’s in-laws, the Chao family. This connection is not only relevant because of the family connection, but also because the Chao family has often made large donations to McConnell’s campaigns.

In fact, the Chao family has been funding McConnell since the late 1980s. Years later, in 1993, McConnell married Elaine Chao and secured the Chao family as one of his primary sources for investments.

A gift worth somewhere between 5 and 25 million dollars from the Chao Family made McConnel one of the richest senators in the country in 2008.

The Foremost Maritime Corporation is currently operating 16 dry bulk cargo ships, most of which are currently still in service.

What makes this case even more interesting is that McConnell is well known as a staunch prohibitionist. In 1996, McConnell sponsored “The Enhanced Marijuana Penalties Act”, a bill designed to increase the mandatory minimum sentencing for people caught with marijuana.
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/90-pounds-cocaine-cargo-ship-owned-anti-drug-senators-family/#g7t30fsfl8CPC4CW.99

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The Birth of the Kochtopus

Every Thing You touch Dies and you don't Care Monsanto kills butterflies
We came, we saw, we destroyed, we forgot
 then we remembered
Meanwhile, the US and EU have neglected carbon capture, to use CO2, to grow algae
and distill methanol, at the site, of any furnace,
while the US exports her drug war,
featuring hemp,
as a Schedule I controlled substance, while crack, smack, speed, and Zimmy’s Adderall are on Schedule II.  The deuces can’t be used, to make thousands of products,
which threaten fossil fuel media, timber, et al cartel profiteering.
An updated summary of the charming record of US foreign policy. Since the end of the Second World War, the United States of America has …
Attempted to overthrow more than
 
50 governments, most of which were democratically-elected.
Attempted to suppress a populist or nationalist movement in
20 countries.
Grossly interfered in democratic elections in at least
30 countries.
Dropped bombs on the people of more than
30 countries.
Attempted to assassinate more than
50 foreign leaders.
On July 9, 2011 a demonstration in front of the White House, the theme of which was “Stop Bombing Libya”. http://www.globalresearch.ca/arguing-libya-another-war-another-myth/25821?print=1
The vast majority of the Kochs’ political spending was not sent directly to political parties or candidates, found Lewis and his colleagues, but instead toward nonprofits, lobbying and universities. The discrepancy is striking: only $8.7 million went directly to political parties and candidates, while $53.9 million went to lobbying, $41.2 million to nonprofit organizations and an annual libertarian conference, and $30.5 million to US colleges and universities. Combined, the Kochs spent more than $14 on lobbying, nonprofits and education for every $1 they gave directly to politicians. – See more at: 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8UFLtE4uzo
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New Financing Tool
The Supreme Court handed the Kochs an important weapon in a 1976 decision in Buckley v. Valeo. The court opened two loopholes in a two-year-old campaign finance law that had placed tight controls on what candidates, parties, and private individuals could spend on campaigns: A candidate could spend an unlimited amount of his or her money running for office, and an individual was free to spend an unlimited amount of money promoting candidates so long as the spending was not coordinated with them.
The next three years witnessed the birth of the Koch political apparatus. Charles Koch sought to recruit like-minded businessmen who would invest in the libertarian cause, an embryonic version of the Koch-supervised donor club that poured $400 million into the 2012 campaign.
“Charles was giving as much to the Libertarians as he was paying out in dividends,” William told The Times in a 1986 interview. “Pretty soon we would get the reputation that the company and the Kochs were crazy.”
Money and Passion
In March 1979, Mr. Clark declared that he would seek the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination. A lawyer for Atlantic Richfield Corporation, he was the candidate many libertarians had been waiting for: polished, substantive and well spoken.
The goal was “to try to run somebody who looked like an actual politician, a normal person, not your typical ‘Star Trek’ convention wannabe like most party members were,” recalled Bruce Bartlett, a supply-side economics expert who volunteered as a speechwriter for the Clark campaign.
But a Clark presidential campaign needed money and a running mate. The Kochs could provide both. If one of the brothers joined the ticket, he could — thanks to the Buckley loophole — donate as much as he wanted to the campaign, finally giving the ticket enough cash to run ads and seek a ballot spot in all 50 states. David Koch announced his candidacy in August 1979.
The post-Watergate campaign finance law “makes my blood boil,” Mr. Koch wrote in a letter to party members. He had a simple proposal: “As the Vice-presidential nominee of the Libertarian Party I will contribute several hundred thousand dollars to the Presidential campaign committee in order to ensure that our ideas and our Presidential nominee receive as much media exposure as possible.”
A Vice-Presidential Pitch
This is the second page in a two-page letter from David Koch offering his candidacy for Libertarian nomination for Vice President.second-page-of-a-2-page-letter-from-Koch-offering-his-candidacy
http://respriv.org/birth-kochtopus/