Russiagate and Contragate, Iran – Contra funding 1987 & the Dirt on NRA President Oliver North

The Dirt on the NRA

Marine Corps Lt. Col. (Ret.) Oliver North speaks at an NRA convention in Dallas, Texas, May 4, 2018. (Lucas Jackson/Reuters)

Compiled by Lisa Phillips of

Basically, Oliver North just gave all the Russian intelligence agencies your name and address, if you’re registered with the NRA.  Why does it matter?  Eventually the Communists plan a full scale invasion of the United States.  They need to know who has firearms.

Here’s some background information:  Planned lnvasion: Red Star Tanks in Mexico

Russian infiltration is nothing new.  Our American schools have been infiltrated since the 1950’s:  Russian Defector Yuri Bezmenov

Leaked documents incriminate GOP-Russia ties with NRA as a common denominator

February 1, 2019

by Igor Derysh

New trove of documents suggests NRA officials were eager to create ties between Russia and the American right.

Leaked emails obtained by several news outlets contradict the NRA’s denials that it had nothing to do with its members traveling to Moscow to meet top Russian officials on a 2015 trip organized by admitted Russian agent Maria Butina.

Butina, who recently pled guilty to federal conspiracy charges after she was accused of working as a Russian agent to infiltrate conservative circles, organized a 2015 trip to Moscow for top NRA officials. While there, they met with Russia’s then-foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, and other prominent figures as part of an apparent Russian campaign to gain influence with American conservatives.

Several NRA officials told the New York Times on Monday that NRA chief executive Wayne LaPierre “was opposed to the trip” and ordered members not to go. “Given Mr. LaPierre’s power within the organization, it is unclear how such a trip would have proceeded at all despite his opposition to it,” the Times noted.

ABC News reported that internal NRA documents and emails, as well as photos on social media, appear to show that the NRA “was significantly involved in planning” the trip.

Among those who went on the trip was former NRA president David Keene.

An email obtained by the Daily Beast written by Paul Erickson, Butina’s boyfriend and longtime Republican operative, said that Russian Central Bank official and Butina’s handler Alexandr Torshin offered Keene, who was also a columnist for the Washington Times, an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“[I]mpressing the NRA’s Russian hosts is also the quickest way to secure a private interview with President Putin on behalf of David Keene and the Washington Times — a plum that was dangled in front of Keene by Torshin himself during a recent Torshin visit to Washington, DC,” Erickson, wrote according to the Daily Beast. “High stakes all around.”

Erickson’s email also said that the trip could ease tensions between the U.S. and Russia and pave the way for relations with a future Republican president.

“As we discussed over lunch in Iowa, Russia believes that high level contacts with the NRA might be the BEST means of neutral introduction to either the next American President OR to a meaningful re-set in relations with the Congress under a (God forbid) President Clinton,” he wrote. “This simple good will trip would have enormous diplomatic consequences for a future U.S. / Russia bilateral relationship to the world.”

The emails show that Keene played a large part in organizing the trip with Butina, and was angry when another NRA official dropped out of the trip, putting Keene’s plans in jeopardy. Despite LaPierre’s claims, the NRA paid for Keene’s travel expenses, at least, and also bought official NRA “gifts” for the Russian delegation, according to the Times.

Among the members who accompanied Keene were Joseph Gregory, co-chair of the NRA’s Golden Ring of Freedom, a group for donors of $1 million or more; and Pete Brownell, the group’s vice president, who later became its president. Brownell also paid for former Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke, an NRA member, to go on the trip. Brownell later abruptly resigned from the NRA.

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., who is leading at least four investigations into the NRA’s ties to Russia, told ABC News that “it’s not credible for the NRA to claim that they played no official role in the 2015 Moscow trip.”

“Americans would rightly be outraged if they learned that officers of a powerful, taxpayer-subsidized organization were offered personal incentives by the Kremlin in exchange for access to elite Republican circles,” Wyden later told The Daily Beast. “That question is right at the heart of my inquiry.”

After the meeting, Butina wrote to Torshin about the successful trip she organized.

“We should let them express their gratitude now, we will put pressure on them quietly later,” she wrote.

Around the same time, Erickson wrote, in an email obtained by the FBI, that he was “involved in securing a VERY private line of communication between the Kremlin and key [unnamed political party] leaders through, of all conduits, the [unnamed gun-rights organization].”

When FBI agents raided Erickson’s South Dakota home, they found a note in which Erickson mused, “How to respond to FSB offer of employment?” The FSB is the Russian state intelligence agency, successor to the infamous Soviet-era KGB.

During this same period, the NRA, relying on an arm of the organization that is not required to disclose its donors, spent a record $30 million helping to elect President Trump, which was nearly three times the $12.5 million it spent to help Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign. The NRA and the Trump campaign went as far as coordinating their ad buys for maximum impact, The Trace reported.

All this has caught the eye of special counsel Robert Mueller, whose team has been “raising questions about the relationship between the campaign and the gun group,” according to CNN.

Despite mounting suspicions and eyebrow-raising emails, William Hurd, a lawyer for Erickson, dismissed the reports even as his client faces his own possible charges.

Hurd told the New York Times, “Anyone who thinks that a freedom-loving group like the NRA is going to get all cozy with Vladimir Putin is living in Fantasyland.”


January 4, 2018

Who is Oliver North?

Here’s some background information on Oliver North and Iran Contra (included is information about the Pentagon shooting down a plane load of American soldiers who went AWOL in Grenada):  John Judge, “Contragate,” Iran – Contra funding 1987

NRA Names Oliver North Next President

May 7, 2018

by Jack Crowe

Oliver North, the retired Marine lieutenant colonel convicted in connection with the Iran-Contra affair, has been named the next president of the National Rifle Association, the group announced Monday.

“This is the most exciting news for our members since Charlton Heston became president of our association,” NRA executive vice president and CEO Wayne LaPierre said in a statement, referencing the Second Amendment activist and actor, who famously said his guns could only be taken from his “cold, dead hands.”

“Oliver North is a legendary warrior for American freedom, a gifted communicator and skilled leader. In these times, I can think of no one better suited to serve as our president.”

North served as a National Security Council staff member under President Ronald Reagan and was investigated for his participation in the illegal sale of weapons to Iran in exchange for the release of Americans held hostage in Lebanon. North was convicted on multiple charges but the convictions were later reversed on appeal, and all charges were dismissed in 1991.

The decision comes amid heightened national scrutiny of the gun industry and a widespread push for significant gun-control reforms in the wake of the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla. that claimed 17 lives on Valentine’s Day.

The NRA has come under fire in recent months for opposing what critics view as reasonable restrictions on gun ownership, including raising the minimum purchase age to 21 and banning the sale of assault-style weapons similar to the one used in the Parkland massacre.

In response to the public backlash, financial institutions and other corporations have increasingly spurned the gun industry —implementing restrictions on gun retailers and manufacturers and creating investment products that specifically exclude those businesses.


“Kay Griggs, former marine colonel’s wife, talks about Military assassin squads, drug running, illegal weapon deals and sexual perversion deep within the highest levels of U.S. military and government.”

Watch the video on Bitchute:  Kay Griggs interviewed by Jeff Rense

Could it be possible that Oliver North was put in charge of the National Rifle Association so he can provide the NRA database to the Deep State players?  After all, the Department of Homeland Security is keeping a database with the names of “media influencers” and journalists:  Department Of Homeland Security Compiling Database Of Journalists And ‘Media Influencers’

Keep in mind, all the mass shootings are part of the US government’s Operation Gladio C program to instill fear in the American people, and to push forward their Communist agenda to confiscate our weapons.  Trump signed a law in January, 2018 to spy on all Americans.

Operation Talpiot is the back door data pipeline from the NSA to Israel. Everything you communicate electronically is stored and analyzed by Israel.

See also:  Jewish Gun Control Legislation Since 1968

The Rex 84 Program

The Rex 84 Program was established on the reasoning that if a mass exodus of illegal aliens crossed the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention lefts by FEMA. Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons.

Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local governments by the federal government. FEMA is the executive arm of the coming police state and thus will head up all operations. The Presidential Executive Orders already listed on the Federal Register also are part of the legal framework for this operation.

The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Many also have an airport nearby. The majority of the camps can house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people.

Read more:  Traitors to the constitution

Video clip of Oliver North:

Why isn’t Trump stopping the illegals at the border?

For all you “Build the Wall” Dupes…. The US Military has the Technology to Repel Illegal Immigrants:  Vehicle-Mounted Active Denial System (V-MADS)

Instead of blindly following everything Trump says at the microphone, start asking questions!  Demand answers of your “leaders”.  Just because someone is a Republican doesn’t mean they’re one of the good guys.


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