Beyrl Buck had no intention of establishing an all-powerful foundation associated with Rubar Sandi, Dynocorp, and Homeland Security which may be employed by Trump to round-up illegal Mexican aliens, and place them on the other side of a trillion dollar wall.
I will be keeping my Congressman, Peter DeFazio, informed about my Copyright being ignored, and my family sanctity being violated by an agent of Heisinger, Morris, and Buck. This TRESPASS has prevented me from revealing vital aspects of my Recovery Programs that would save lives. With DeFazio overseeing my rights, I will now proceed with the miracle that helped me SAVE MY LIFE! Millions of people need to save their life.
Yesterday I shared my information with several activist groups in the downtown Eugene Celebration. I pointed out the building where Frank Buck had his headquarters. This California Congressman helped pass legislation that favored his capitalist adventures. His brother, Leonard Buck, was the executor of his will. He and Beryl were left stock in Belridge Oil. Marine County lacks knowledgeable advocates for the poor, thus the Marine Foundation is NOT employed to its fullest potential. Beryl Buck was making a statement that continues to be muffled, if not utterly silenced.
Above are photos of me at the Lane Count Fair, and the parade down Broadway, that will resemble the celebration our lovable citizens will have, when at least half of the Buck Foundation comes home! Beryl will smile down on us from heaven. We own her blessing!
I just got off the phone with Teresa of the Buck Institute for Learning. I pointed out the expensive and successful language being used in giving help to people who are not poor. My ancestor, Gottschalk Rosemondt, was the executor of Pope Adrien’s will. Due to the excesses of the Medicis, and related families, that he felt misused funds to help the poor, to commission works of art that enhanced wealthy families, art that was not always available for public viewing. He hoped the poor students of Holland would return the Papacy to the true teaching of Jesus Christ.
Adrien wanted a Poor Boy’s College, believing only a poor student was worthy to hold Papal offices. Rosemondt was the Master of Louvain, and the Falcon Art College. My ancestor built the Poor Boy College. His kindred hired Bosch. This is the core of the Dutch Renaissance. All this, and more, can come to dwell under the umbrella that Beryl opened. She is liken to Lady Liberty.
President: Royal Rosamond Press
“Dear Mr. Presco
By letter dated April 22nd,
Congressman Peter DeFazio forwarded your April 9th. e-mail regarding an alleged threat to the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, to the FBI’s Office of Congressional Affairs. Your inquiry was referred to my office because
your concerns fall within the purview of the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division. We appreciate the interest which prompted you to write. Regarding your concerns that members of “Al-Qaeda were released after being caught with plans to blow up a nuclear plant, “near the site of the 2000 Summer Olympic Games, I can assure you that the Australian and U.S. authorities aggressively investigated initial report of this potential threat. However, it was later determined that no threat existed. Additionally, contrary to media accounts, no arrests were made because no crime was committed.
The security for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games was very well organized and communication with the U.S. Government was unprecedented. I hope this information is helpful to you and will serve to allay some of your concerns. Sincerely yours,
Gary M. Bald
Assistant Director Counterterrorism Division.
In this Nov. 20, 2016 file photo, President-elect Donald Trump talks to media as he stands with retired Marine Gen. John Kelly, at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster clubhouse in Bedminster, N.J. Trump is tapping another four-star military officer for his administration. He has picked Kelly to lead the Homeland Security Department. (Carolyn Kaster / AP)
WASHINGTON – Senators are expected to use Tuesday’s confirmation hearing for John Kelly, Donald Trump’s choice to head the Homeland Security Department, to raise questions about the president-elect’s plans to build a border wall and take other steps to boost immigration security.
The confirmation of Kelly, a retired Marine general, is almost assured, but members of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee will likely use the hearing to debate the tough immigration and border security policies that were centerpieces of Trump’s presidential campaign.
Kelly is one of several retired generals tapped for top positions by Trump. That has raised some concerns about undue military influence in his administration, weakening the American tradition of civilian control of government.
But Kelly is widely respected by Democrats and Republicans alike, and his military experience is applicable to his Homeland Security role. He’s the former head of the military’s Southern Command, based in South Florida, which routinely works with the Department of Homeland Security to combat human trafficking and drug smuggling. The military command has also partnered with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a part of Homeland Security, to help rescue unaccompanied child immigrants trying to make their way from Central America to the United States alone.
Kelly indicated in newly ethics disclosures that if confirmed he will resign positions with multiple consulting and government contractor firms and defense contractor DynCorp. Kelly listed his salary with DynCorp, a company awarded a 2016 contract from DHS to train Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, as more than $166,000.
In a statement prepared for the Senate hearing, Republican chairman Ron Johnson of Wisconsin praised Kelly as having a “deep knowledge and understanding of the grave security threats facing our nation and the sacrifices that are required to keep us safe.”
Kelly joined the Marine Corps in 1970. He is a battle-hardened, blunt-talking veteran who served three tours in Iraq. He was also the highest-ranking officer to lose a child in combat in Iraq or Afghanistan. His son, Marine 1st Lt. Robert Kelly, was killed in November 2010 in Afghanistan.
Kelly would be the fifth person to lead the department, which includes agencies that protect the president, respond to disasters, enforce immigration laws, protect the nation’s coastlines, stop drug smuggling and secure air travel.
Kelly, in his statement for the committee, said he has a “profound respect for the rule of law” and as secretary “will always strive to uphold it.” That is likely to resonate with Republicans, who have complained that President Barack Obama has been too lax in his enforcement of immigration laws and have generally supported Trump’s proposals.
Trump has vowed to deport millions of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, focusing first on criminals. Kelly is likely to be asked his views on how to accomplish that.
Trump pledged during the campaign to build a border wall – and have Mexico pay for it – though since winning the White House he has softened his stance on both the kind of barrier he wants and how it will be financed.
Last week, Republicans suggested the wall could be paid for from regular spending legislation authorized by Congress. Trump insists that Mexico would reimburse the United States for the costs, but Mexico says it will not do so.
Gen. John Kelly, DHS nominee, has been quietly working for DynCorp
Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Department Homeland Security, retired Marine Corps Gen. John Kelly, quietly holds an adviser role at DynCorp International, a position that provided the bulk of his income over the last year, new disclosures show.
The DynCorp position is not listed on the company website and news archives show no information about Kelly’s work for the contractor.
DynCorp did not respond to a request for comment. Kelly’s financial disclosure form, published today by the Office of Government Ethics, shows that Kelly began working at the firm as an advisor in June 2016, only five months after retiring from his position as the commander of U.S. Southern Command.
Kelly is testifying this afternoon before the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.
DynCorp is a major player in the federal contracting industry with a controversial history. The Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction found that DynCorp mishandled funds used in Baghdad. DynCorp also managed a police training program in Afghanistan that was caught hiring “dancing boys” to entertain tribal leaders, a scandal revealed in part by Wikileaks.
The firm also has business before the agency Kelly hopes to lead. In August of last year, DynCorp was awarded a contract to provide training services to the Department of Homeland Security and other affiliated agencies, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
DynCorp paid Kelley $166,666 in the six months since hiring him, providing about two-thirds of his overall income over the last 12 months. The financial disclosure form shows that Kelly also receives a salary from Beacon Global Strategies, a consulting firm that advising defense contractors, and receives fees via board positions at DC Capital Partners, a private equity investment firm. He has also been paid by Flatter & Associates, a government contractor.
“Upon confirmation, I will resign from my positions with the following entities: DynCorp; DC Capital Partners; Flatter & Associates; and Beacon Global Strategies,” Kelly wrote last week to ethics officials at Homeland Security.
Kelly joins other Trump officials with deep ties to the homeland security contracting industry. As we’ve reported, Lora Ries, a former lobbyist for surveillance firms, was named by the Trump’s team to help guide the transition at the Department of Homeland Security.