The pattern of covert operations executed in public, from the beginning of the Cold War to the 2016 election, by Russians agents Roy Cohn and Donald Trump: improper influence, espionage, propaganda, sabotage, and ultimately betrayal of country.
Why did Trump say, ‘I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose any voters, OK?’ and who was he talking to?
"Eduard Nektalov paid $1.6 million cash for a unit at Trump World Tower in 2003, according to the New York City Department of Finance... On May 21, 2004 the diamond merchant was killed on a Midtown sidewalk at dusk as he was planning to prepare for his trial in a federal money-laundering case that had already brought eight convictions."
American Republic of the Southern States: A Patriotic Education
"They do not know how pride can stoop, When baffled feelings withering droop; They do not know how hate can burn In hearts once changed from soft to stern, And all the false and fatal zeal The convert of revenge can feel."
Nojay helped Trump to the presidency
“In many respects Trump is not considered a Republican — he is his brand, an almost iconic figure of Rockefellerian proportions,” Mr. Nojay wrote in October in a three-page memo, “2014 NY Governor Race Analysis,” which he sent to a small group of party members, including Edward F. Cox, the state’s party chairman and a son-in-law of President Richard M. Nixon.
Convergence with Russia: Sovereign Democracy and the Unitary Executive of Facebook
"Vladislav Y. Surkov, a former advertising prodigy, coined the term 'sovereign democracy' to describe his system, which preserved the electoral process but hollowed out institutions capable of challenging the Kremlin’s power. Asked by a journalist from Interfax on Tuesday why he was leaving, Mr. Surkov first answered, 'Stabilization devours its own children.'"