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PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:14 am    Post subject: Why They BANNED The Magnitsky Act Movie Reply with quote

That 2015 movie trailered above revolves around
Martin Armstrong and the time of the '98 Russia
market meltdown.

Here's Armstrong today writing
about the new Magnitsky Act movie:

Why Has The Magnitsky Film Been Banned In USA & Europe?

Posted Aug 6, 2018 by Martin Armstrong

The Magnitsky Act Behind the Scenes has been pulled from everywhere. You do not ban a film in Europe and the United States if it is wrong. This is perhaps a huge cover-up that goes really beyond comprehension.

The film was funded by ZDF TV in Europe and they have the power to prevent it from being shown despite the fact that they are taking a huge loss. They would not do that unless there was political pressure behind it.

Trump canceled his meeting with Putin he said until this “Russian witchhunt is over.” The Magnitsky Act is being expanded throughout the West.

Canada in 2017 passed its version of the Magnitsky Act. Denmark and Sweden moved for versions of the Magnitsky Acts. Estonia voted to ban entry to foreigners deemed guilty of human rights abuses in a law targeting Russia and inspired by the Magnitsky case. We also have versions of the Magnitsky Act adopted in Britain, Lithuania, and Latvia.

This is clearly not to help Browder get his money back. This is the start of a narrative that is trying to convince everyone in the West that Russia is the dark enemy and then we MUST go to war to annihilate them once and for all. This is the script that is being sold to justify war.

There is NO WAY that Russia or Putin killed Magnitsky. He would have been a witness against Hermitage Capital and everyone behind the entire case. The way prosecutions are carried out is always to get a witness from inside the case to testify against everyone else.

I do not believe the story being spun that Magnitsky was a whistleblower on government. He would have been the PERFECT witness to build a case against those in the shadows that may have gone back to the theft of money from the IMF and the Bank of New York ordeal.

Putin even said that this goes to the SOVEREIGNTY of Russia – the attempted takeover.

The Magnitsky film never investigated who started Hermitage Capital with the seed capital. It is absurd that Putin would have wanted to kill Magnitsky when he would have exposed how and why the corruption, which preceded Putin, was engaged in taking over Russia.

It also makes no sense WHY would Congress enact the Magnitsky Act to try to get money back for Browder who resigned his American citizenship. They have also used the Magnitsky Act to keep adding people who have absolutely no connection to Magnitsky. The case is far more than just Browder. That is what Putin is seeking access to in the USA.


The ONLY reason the Magnitsky Act has any traction is that it demonizes Russia and sets the stage for war. That is why this film was shut down in Europe and the USA/Canada. It exposes the lie behind the whole affair. They have used Magnitsky’s death to justify war. The film shows that if he was a whistleblower, it was on Hermitage Capital.


Here's the trailer for
that new movie:

Here's eight minutes of an
interview with the movie maker:

Here's the Full 1 hour interview
and an overview of events:


On today's special episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined for the full hour by Russian filmmaker Andrei Nekrasov.

Nekrasov’s film, The Magnitsky Act -- Behind the Scenes, has caused great controversy by presenting a side of the story of Sergei Magnitsky seldom heard in the West. Nekrasov has been known for most of his career as a fierce critic of the Russian government, and was embraced by the pro-Western opposition. This has all dramatically changed with the release of The Magnitsky Act. Nekrasov attempted to screen the film in several European countries, but the film was blocked.

The official story in the mainstream media about Sergei Magnitsky goes something like this: Magnitsky was a courageous lawyer, who uncovered huge government fraud that implicated members of the Russian government. He was imprisoned on trumped up charges, beaten and tortured in prison, and finally died as a result of this abuse and medical neglect about a year into his pretrial detention. However, Nekrasov’s film challenges this narrative. It argues that in fact Magnitsky may have been Browder’s accomplice in one of the largest cases of tax fraud in Russian history. Browder, with the help of his accountant Magnitsky, may have falsely claimed that they had taken a loss on what was in fact a tremendously profitable investment. In doing so, they might have been able to claim a tax rebate of $230 million.

The controversy over Magnitsky’s death has had serious implications for U.S.-Russia relations. In the context of growing hostility towards Russia as their geopolitical interests came increasingly into conflict, the U.S. Congress passed a law in 2012 called the Magnitsky Act (from which the film takes its title). This law imposed sanctions on a wide range of Russian officials the U.S. government accuses of being involved in Magnitsky’s death.

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2018 1:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bill Browder is another one of those despicable chosen ones that siphoned Russian wealth with the Russian oligarchs in the 1990's.

Putin let it be known that $400,000,000 of the millions Browder's Hermitage Capital defrauded from the Russian state went to Hillary Clinton's campaign fund.

Read the book by Alex Krainer, "Grand Deception: the Truth About Bill Browder, the Magnitsky Act, and Anti-Russia Sanctions,"
A book Amazon suddenly banned.

But available here free on pdf:


Excellent Book. Thanks! -Fintan

I have a copy now on our own archive here:

"Any one who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices." Voltaire
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