Inside the World of Cambridge Analytica = BCCI 2.0
“This is now a criminal investigation.” Name’s of those I believe are under investigation by the NCA: @michaelgove, @GiselaStuart, @matthew_elliott, @patel4witham, @BorisJohnson, Dominic Cummings, Stephen Parkinson, Victoria Woodcock, Henry De Zoete, Thomas Borwick, Darren Grimes
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George Soros Intelligence Network
Published on Mar 21, 2019
The UK Electoral Commission is convinced: There is evidence that big parts of the funding of the pro-Brexit referendum campaign comes from dubious sources.
The focus is on British businessman Arron Banks, a string-puller and close friend of former Ukip leader Nigel Farage. Almost 9 million pounds in donations are said to have originated from his offshore accounts.
The "ZDFzoom" documentation looks at the question: "Was the Brexit referendum also a conspiracy to test the limits of democracy?" The research suggests that voters were to be influenced by obscured means and influenced as effectively as possible. "ZDFzoom" author Dirk Laabs not only keeps track of the cash flow, but also talks to insiders from the campaign and confronts her head, the former head of UKIP, Nigel Farage. In an interview with ZDF, Farage also talks about the influence American consultants had on the campaign. Steve Bannon, former Advisor to US President Trump, was one of the key advisers in the game.
Specifically, it is about millions of loans, which the Pro Brexit campaign is said to have received from Banks. The money may not come from Banks himself, but from companies based on the Isle of Man and Gibraltar, who, by doing so, would have interfered in the election campaign. Meanwhile, the National Crime Agency investigates. It is tasked to reveal the hitherto veiled campaign funding.
Nigel Farage, in an interview with "ZDFzoom" author Dirk Laabs, speaks candidly of how close the camps have worked and how important Trump's former advisor Steve Bannon was to Britain's campaign: "Previously, I had no allies in the United States Media, no voice, then Steve helped us. If you suddenly have multiple voices on your side, it all changes." Farage says he and Steve Bannon have understood that "sometimes people want 'a wrecking ball' that destroys the old system of 'pompous politicians'." A whistleblower who has worked for the Leave campaign is convinced, "The various Brexit campaigns broke the law, relying on a whole network of companies to spend more money, without which the EU referendum would have ended differently."
"ZDFzoom" author Dirk Laabs explores the following questions in this documentation: Which questionable methods were used to convince the majority of the British for Brexit? Which interests and profiteers are behind it? Also, Laabs asks stakeholders in Brussels, what measures should be taken with regards to the European elections, and what possibly could be done, to make future digital campaigning more controllable or regulated.
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