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Cash to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium One Deal Outside US BOMBSHELL

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posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 11:09 AM
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It appears this is coming back around finally. New thread on Uranium deal and fresh stories abound.

www.abovetopsecret.com...




posted on Oct, 17 2017 @ 11:36 AM
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I wonder if we can get comments from all those people who called Trump Jr. a traitor because he met with a Russian lady to see if she had dirt on Hillary?

Because this -- allowing US uranium to be exported to a country whose interests frequently conflict with our own -- that is something I'd call "treason" with a straight face.



posted on Oct, 18 2017 @ 12:45 PM
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originally posted by: AndyFromMichigan
I wonder if we can get comments from all those people who called Trump Jr. a traitor because he met with a Russian lady to see if she had dirt on Hillary?

Because this -- allowing US uranium to be exported to a country whose interests frequently conflict with our own -- that is something I'd call "treason" with a straight face.


Completely agree. Just waiting on the long game to play out here. Seems many trails are being followed, from ACTUAL Russian ties with Dems and ACTUAL Dem supported sexual misconduct...it always is those that scream the loudest who end up the ones doing it....



posted on Oct, 18 2017 @ 01:03 PM
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Great work everyone!! S&F!!

The really sad part is as shocking as these revelations are they really don't surprise me considering the players involved. Clintons, Obamas and their minions are as disgusting as the floor in a brothel after a long weekend.

Even worse is no one will do any jail time...


sickening.






posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 09:38 PM
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Adding as it directly applies to this thread and what I've been saying and is again confirmed by the Executive Directors office from the NRC....Uranium from Uranium One has been shipped to Europe...


originally posted by: Gryphon66
a reply to: Vasa Croe

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission stated that 25% went to Europe? Or spokesperson Donna Wichers made that statement?

Cite this statement from NRC if you can.


Sure thing...




June 19, 2015 The Honorable Peter J. Visclosky United States House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Congressman Visclosky: On behalf of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), I am responding to your letter of May 13, 2015, forwarding correspondence from your constituent Richard Lenart. Mr. Lenart expressed concern regarding the Russian purchase of U.S. uranium mines and possible shipment of uranium from those mines to Russia or the Middle East. In 2010, the NRC approved the transfer of control of the licenses from Uranium One USA, Inc. and Uranium One America, Inc. to JSC Atomredmetsoloto (ARMZ), a Russian corporation. At that time we determined that the U.S. subsidiaries of Uranium One, Inc. (the formerly Canadian, now Russian-owned firm) would remain as the NRC-regulated licensees and continue to be qualified to conduct the uranium recovery operations. As a condition of our approval, we required the licensee to notify the NRC before ARMZ appoints, hires, or designates personnel to perform NRC-licensed activities. The ARMZ licensees represent approximately 20 percent of the currently licensed uranium in-situ recovery production capacity in the U.S. At this time, neither Uranium One, Inc. nor ARMZ holds a specific NRC export license, which would authorize them to export uranium to any other country. However, in 2012, RSB Logistics Services, a shipping company, received from the NRC an amendment to its export license to allow it to export uranium from various sources, including the Uranium One, Inc. Willow Creek site in Wyoming, to the Blind River conversion plant in Canada, and then return the uranium to the U.S. for further processing. That license stated that the Canadian Government needed to obtain prior U.S. Government approval before any of the U.S. material could be transferred to any country other than the U.S. Subsequently, the U.S. Department of Energy granted approval for some re-transfers of U.S. uranium from the Canadian conversion facility to European enrichment plants. Before issuing this license amendment to RSB Logistics Services—or any other export license or license amendment—the NRC must determine that the proposed export is not inimical to the common defense and security of the United States. Under existing NRC regulations, this means that any uranium proposed to be exported to any country for use in nuclear fuel would be subject to the Atomic Energy Act Section 123 agreement for peaceful nuclear cooperation between the U.S. and that other country and confirmed in case-specific, government-to-government assurances for each export license. The receiving country is required to commit to use the material only for peaceful purposes (not for development of any nuclear explosive device), to maintain adequate physical protection, and not to retransfer the material to a third country or alter it in form or content without the prior consent of the U.S. The transfer of the U.S.-supplied uranium from Canada to Europe noted above also was subject to applicable Section 123 agreements.

P. Visclosky -2- In addition, every application submitted to the NRC for a specific export or import license is made available to the public on the NRC’s web site, and the NRC welcomes public comment on such applications. Our regulations outline in detail procedures for public participation concerning these license applications. Please be assured that no Uranium One, Inc.-produced uranium has been shipped directly to Russia and the U.S. Government has not authorized any country to re-transfer U.S. uranium to Russia. I hope this information is useful to you. If you need anything additional, please contact me or Eugene Dacus, Director of the Office of Congressional Affairs, at (301) 415-1776. Sincerely,
/RA Michael Weber Acting for/
Mark A. Satorius Executive Director For Operations

P. Visclosky -2- In addition, every application submitted to the NRC for a specific export or import license is made available to the public on the NRC’s web site, and the NRC welcomes public comment on such applications. Our regulations outline in detail procedures for public participation concerning these license applications. Please be assured that no Uranium One, Inc.-produced uranium has been shipped directly to Russia and the U.S. Government has not authorized any country to re-transfer U.S. uranium to Russia. I hope this information is useful to you. If you need anything additional, please contact me or Eugene Dacus, Director of the Office of Congressional Affairs, at (301) 415-1776. Sincerely,
/RA Michael Weber Acting for/
Mark A. Satorius Executive Director For Operations DISTRIBUTION: LTR-15-02741-OEDO RRihm EDO r/f RidsEdoMailCenter RidsSecyMailCenter RidsOgcMailCenter RidsOcaMailCenter RidsOipMailCenter RidsNmssMailCenter ADAMS Accession Number: Package: ML15140A681; Letter: ML15168A230 OFFICE OEDO OGC OCA OIP NMSS EDO NAME RRihm J Biggins D Decker B Smith C Glenn MSatorius MWeber for DATE 06/17/15 06/10/15 06/11/15 06/10/15 06/10/15 06/19/15
OFFICIAL RECORD COPY


The bolded part should suffice for you.

Feel free to keep the denial up....thats direct from the source....the Executive Director of the NRC



posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 09:48 PM
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A picture of the file and site for those that may not believe...its is right there on the NRC website for anyone to use their search and find...




posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 09:54 PM
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Forgot to add the search query.



The site is FULL of info....just web crawlers won't find it when googling....you have to search stuff specifically from the site itself.

adams.nrc.gov...
edit on 11/2/17 by Vasa Croe because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 10:03 PM
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One of my biggest issues with this letter is this line...


Please be assured that no Uranium One, Inc.-produced uranium has been shipped directly to Russia and the U.S. Government has not authorized any country to re-transfer U.S. uranium to Russia.


Now while we haven't shipped direct to Russia and our government hasn't authorized it to be reshipped there, how much control does our government have over it when it's in possession of another government?

That line is simply CYA for the NRC.....



posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 10:10 PM
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a reply to: Vasa Croe

This is a very serious breach of national security.
Congress was by passed, as I imagine were the usual
Chain of command protocols.

Where will our US Uranium end up?



posted on Nov, 2 2017 @ 10:20 PM
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originally posted by: burntheships
a reply to: Vasa Croe

This is a very serious breach of national security.
Congress was by passed, as I imagine were the usual
Chain of command protocols.

Where will our US Uranium end up?







Who knows...once out of the US there is no telling. You can clearly see how easily they skirted the issue in this case with the US Gov....cant imagine it's any harder with another foreign gov.



posted on Nov, 15 2017 @ 04:06 PM
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a reply to: Vasa Croe

Very good thread. Very informative for me.
Interesting that there is no opposition here.



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