by Ruby Henley
President Trump was so concerned over the purchase of Western United States uranium by Russia, he called out Clinton. Of course, it was played down, but what I have to present to you in this report will chill you to the bone.
There is a company based out of Toronto called Energy Fuels, and this is information based on its website:
- Uranium is the fuel for carbon-free, emission-free nuclear energy, which is expected to see strong growth in the years ahead. We believe that being the dominant uranium producer focused on the U.S. – which is the World’s largest consumer of uranium – is highly strategic.
- Effective as of January 1, 2016, the Company became as “U.S. domestic issuer” for SEC reporting purposes and is now required to comply with SEC reporting obligations applicable to U.S. companies, including filing its Annual Reports on Form 10-K and Interim Reports on Form 10-Q. Prior to this time, Energy Fuels was a “foreign private issuer” and filed its annual and interim reports in accordance with Canadian reporting standards, including Annual and Interim Financial Statements and Managements’ Discussion and Analyses and Annual Information Forms.
- Go to this link to view its operations in the United States: www.energyfuels.com/operations/
- Energy Fuels Resources Corporation (EFRC, a Colorado-based subsidiary of Energy Fuels Inc of Toronto) is the largest US uranium mining company (after Cameco). In April 2012 EFRC agreed to take over all Denison Mines’ US assets and operations, including the White Mesa mill, in a C$106 million merger. In August 2013 Energy Fuels took over Strathmore Minerals in a C$29 million deal. Korea Electric Power Co. (KEPCO) was the largest shareholder in both companies. It supported the takeovers and held 9.6% of the expanded EFRC company (as well as retaining equity in Denison). KEPCO’s long-term offtake agreement with Denison Mines was assigned to EFRC as part of the June 2012 takeover of Denison’s US assets. In December 2013 EFRC entered into a strategic relationship with KEPCO as its largest shareholder, focused on development of the Wyoming projects and uranium supply. At the end of 2016 KEPCO equity in EFRC was transferred to KHNP Canada Energy Ltd.
- In June 2015 EFRC completed its $150 million takeover of Uranerz Energy Corp. Its takeover of Mestena Uranium was finalised in mid-2016.
- Annual General Meeting May 18, 2016 | Toronto, ON
My point is this firm has its official headquarters in Toronto, Canada. Here is the Uranium One Wikipedia entry: Uranium One is a Canadian uranium mining company with headquarters in Toronto, Ontario. It has operations in Australia, Canada, Kazakhstan, South Africa and the United States. In January 2013 Rosatom, the Russian state-owned uranium monopoly, through its subsidiary ARMZ Uranium Holding, purchased the company at a value of $1.3 billion. The purchase of the company by Russian interests is, as of October 2017, under investigation by the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
Frank Giustra, a Canadian, and a Clinton Foundation member and donor owned the original uranium company that Russia purchased, which gave it rights to 20% of US uranium. This is a Wikipedia entry concerning this: The New York Times. Retrieved October 27, 2017. The New York Times had reported that UrAsia Energy Ltd. purchased “the right to buy into three uranium projects controlled by Kazakhstan’s state-owned uranium agency, Kazatomprom making UrAsia “one of the world’s largest uranium producers in a transaction ultimately worth tens of millions of dollars to Mr. Giustra.
If the UrAsia, which was purchased by Uranium One, was one of the world’s largest uranium producers, then I have to presume that this emerging uranium superpower from Toronto, Energy Fuels, could, too be ultimately linked to Russia. Putin has a goal of controlling the world’s uranium supply; with that goal he seeks to control the energy supply of the United States.
This is a little of the story of Giustra and Clinton making the trip to Kazakhstan for his huge buy of their state-owned uranium agency, Kazatomprom, which became UrAsia, ultimately becoming Russia’s Uranium One. Think about that.
“Late on Sept. 6, 2005, a private plane carrying the Canadian mining financier Frank Giustra touched down in Almaty, a ruggedly picturesque city in southeast Kazakhstan. Several hundred miles to the west a fortune awaited: highly coveted deposits of uranium that could fuel nuclear reactors around the world. And Mr. Giustra was in hot pursuit of an exclusive deal to tap them.
Unlike more established competitors, Mr. Giustra was a newcomer to uranium mining in Kazakhstan, a former Soviet republic. But what his fledgling company lacked in experience, it made up for in connections. Accompanying Mr. Giustra on his luxuriously appointed MD-87 jet that day was a former president of the United States, Bill Clinton.
In February 2007, a company called Uranium One agreed to pay $3.1 billion to acquire UrAsia. Mr. Giustra, a director and major shareholder in UrAsia, would be paid $7.05 per share for a company that just two years earlier was trading at 10 cents per share.”
I am not going to bother to mention, of course, Giustra donated millions to the Clinton Foundation. I believe from the very beginning of his trip to Kazakhstan, a former Soviet republic, he had every intent of selling UrAsia to Russia after the buy of Kazatomprom. It was all planned, and Russia would be the winner! Then Bill Clinton made a speech in Russia, and was paid several million for that. Talk about Russia collusion! Think about that! Hillary Clinton, who ran for President in the 2016 election, sold her own country out. Then she tries to say Donald Trump colluded with Russia! What an outrage!
The United States could not afford to lose uranium to Russia. Here are the facts: Close to five million tons of naturally occurring uranium is known to be recoverable. Australia leads with more than one million tons (about 24 percent of the world’s known supply), followed by Kazakhstan, with over 800,000 tons or 17 percent of known supplies. Canada’s supplies are slightly less than 10 percent of the world’s total, while the United States and South Africa have about 7 percent each.
Take into consideration that Kazakhstan’s now belongs to Russia. That is why I am concerned about Energy Fuels Inc. out of Toronto could be linked to Russia.
Now, there is a second part of this story, and it is a deeply rooted American story of bravery and tragedy. It is a story of fighting the good fight. Even if one loses, one wins ultimately in the divine glory of infinity.
“The standoff between Oregon residents and the feds at the Mahleur National Wildlife Refuge, which left one protester dead, was widely-reported but the uranium-Clinton connection was overlooked until Jon Rappaport’s recent report.
The Clinton connection between uranium and Oregon began with a deal approved under then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that transferred 20 percent of U.S. uranium production to Russia – and tied it to the geographical location of a proposed uranium mine in Oregon.
Rappoport writes: “On April 23, 2015, the NY Times ran a story under the headline, ‘Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium Deal.’ The bare bones of the story: a Canadian company called Uranium One controls a great deal of uranium production in the U.S. It was sold to Russia (meaning Putin and his minions). So Putin now controls 20 percent of U.S. uranium production. From the Times: ‘…the sale gave the Russians control of one-fifth of all uranium production capacity in the United States.’ ”
According to the New York Times article, leaders of the Canadian mining industry made several charitable donations to the various “endeavors of former President Bill Clinton and his family,” including a total of $31.3 million from mining financier Frank Giustra, and then sold the Russians a company later dubbed Uranium One. As the Times reported, the sale of Uranium One to Putin required State Department approval, because uranium is considered a strategic asset – and then-Secretary Clinton granted the approval.
Rappoport added: “Is uranium at the heart of the … standoff? That’s the question I’m asking. It isn’t a flippant question. I realize there are many other issue swirling around this event … This article isn’t meant to take apart those matters.”
A U.S. Bureau of Land Management notation titled, “Uranium on BLM-Administered Lands in OR/WA,” discusses a May 2012 presentation from Oregon Energy LLC to develop a uranium oxide mine, in concert with the Department of Fish and Wildlife, in “southern Malheur County in southeastern Oregon,” Rappoport wrote.”
More putting the pieces together. Remember the Canadian uranium company Energy LLC.
“Sprawling Malheur County could soon be in the spotlight as a mining hub — or a battleground of uranium and gold mining interests vs. environmentalists trying to protect its lonesome sagebrush landscape.
Australian-owned Oregon Energy LLC hopes to mine 18 million pounds of yellowcake uranium from the southeastern Oregon high desert 10 miles west of McDermitt near the Oregon-Nevada boundary. The go-ahead to mine the so-called Aurora uranium deposit could bring up to 250 construction jobs to the county, followed by 150 mining jobs.”
“Uranium on BLM-Administered Lands in OR/WA
In September 2011, a representative from Oregon Energy, L.L.C. (formally Uranium One), met with local citizens, and county and state officials, to discuss the possibility of opening a uranium oxide (“yellowcake”) mine in southern Malheur County in southeastern Oregon. Oregon Energy is interested in developing a 17-Claim parcel of land known as the Aurora Project through an open pit mining method. Besides the mine, there would be a mill for processing. The claim area occupies about 450 acres and is also referred to as the “New U” uranium claims.
On May 7, 2012, Oregon Energy LLC made a presentation to the BLM outlining its plans for development for the mine.
The Vale District has agreed to work with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on mitigation for the “New U” uranium claims, which are located in core sage grouse habitat. Although the lands encompassing the claims have been designated core, the area is frequented by rockhounds and hunters, and has a crisscrossing of off-highway vehicle (OHV) roads and other significant land disturbance from the defunct Bretz Mercury Mine, abandoned in the 1960s.
However, by the fall of 2012 the company said that it was putting its plans for the mine on hold until the uncertainty surrounding sage grouse issues was resolved.”
“Journalist Pete Santilli, whose charges were dismissed this past September relating to the occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon, believes the situation surrounding his arrest and the trial that followed, vastly hindered the real story in Harney County that may just connect it and neighboring Malheur County to Uranium One.
On January 8th, 2016 – Uranium One released this statement on their Facebook page concerning the Maheur Occupation;
Certainly this is a tense situation that we need to watch carefully – We hope the Sheriff will act responsibly and do whats right for the town and planned developments in the area.
The Uranium One Facebook Page has since been deactivated, but the following is a screen capture of the post.
During the time of the Occupation Santilli says;
Before being arrested I was researching and reporting on the connection between Malheur, Hillary Clinton, and Uranium One. I was arrested the day after I released the [Hammond Legal Files] and at that point my investigation was effectively stopped; Now that Donald Trump has brought the issue back into the spotlight, I thought we should take another look. “
In conclusion, praise God Pete Santilli has been freed, and I just read that Ryan Bundy was freed, also.
But what about Ammon Bundy, Cliven Bundy, and LaVoy Finicum, who stood up for American rights?
God bless them, and I know LaVoy has a special place in heaven. I pray that Ammon and Cliven are surrounded by God’s protective Light.
I pray that the American people understand what we are up against. God bless America.
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