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A Digital Publication of The Anonymous Anything Society - July 18, 2018


    No Wonder; The photo above is a glimpse of seven Trump-branded Towers at Sunny Isles Beach, Dade County Florida, outside of Miami Beach, for which the American developers, father and son, Michael and Gil Dezer, pay an undisclosed commission to the Trumps. Already, 703, or more than a third of the 2044 million-dollar luxury apartments have already been leased or purchased by Russian oligarchs, including the head of a Russian concern that manufactures military hardware, another who owns vast amounts of oil and Russian pipelines, or owns media, etc.

    One does not become a Russian oligarch without the blessing and support of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has sky-rocketed in the past few years from being a wealthy man to the World's Richest Man, worth $200-billion, according to Bloomberg Business News.

    Trump and Putin have an arms-length, symbiotic relationship, while following the money. Perhaps somewhere in Trump's secret income tax returns is the answer of how fervent is their mutual attraction. If Trump's wish is finally granted to build a fourteen-story building next to the Kremlin in Moscow—a project he has pursued since 1987—he will have to admit that he has certainly something to do with Russia.

    After all, he told us he could successfully run his businesses and the office of President of the United States at the same time.

    Speaking of Russia, in connection with the Mueller indictments of Russian military hackers, one day in 2016, I opened my Facebook account and discovered that someone had sent me a totally bizarre posting that accused Democrat party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta of running a child sex ring out of the basement of a pizza parlor, located in the Washington, DC area.  Later that day, patriot Edgar Madison Welch of Salisbury, North Carolina burst through the door of the pizza place firing his assault rifle, bent on rescuing children.

    He discovered there was no basement nor children held as sex slaves, only a few underpaid teens throwing unbaked dough in the air. Fortunately for everyone, he was a poor marksman. After I read about Pizzagate on the Washington Post's web site, I found that the nutty accusation had been deleted from Facebook. Since I did not support either party's candidate, I've always wondered why I was targeted, but obviously I had been, along with thousands of other Americans, in the Russian effort to sway voters in favor of Trump. The message that ended up on my computer was one of a variety originated by 25 Russian military intelligence hackers, and certainly the least believable.


-Phil Richardson, Observer of the Human Condition and Storyteller. "He goes doddering on into his old age, making a public nuisance of himself."—Joseph Menchen

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