« New York. Tomorrow night, I want you with ME » : Bernie.

What do America and Congo have in common ?

New York. Remember Arizona 2016. Grifters and Louis sky.

Frankly, when you see the husband of the inevitable candidate playing Louis sky songs in solo, in duo or trio, and people yelling at the concert aiming to help her wife becoming president of the United States, you think to yourself : what a wonderful world. Former president(s) are running for their wife(s) to replace them. It is called democracy, right ?

America is Congo, an underdevelopment nation. Poor Africans. Poor Americans. You frankly not deserve this. But, you know what ? This story is just starting. Hold on.

So, after the Big theft of poor Africans money, by a former president of the U.S., now proven the worst scammer in American History, $650,000 paid for speeches of nullity – think about the speeches of his wife, hidden and we still don’t know the amount which was paid.

Those are times of thieves running for president… in AMERICA. Woo, Woo.

America can’t be that low. Allowing big thieves of poor people money – Congo ranks among poorer nations on Earth and America is the richest nation – how can a president of this nation came in Africa to rob and rape Africans.

Meanwhile, those are the same people who are going to jail Black people in America, in masses and finger pointing illegal African immigration.

Born in America ? What does that reflect ? Triumph of grifters ? It is more than sickening. I really prefer to deal with rats, snakes or worms, in front of this vomitting  news.

America, here is the bottom line. Tomorrow, you’ll vote as you feel the best. But, know that your choice reflects the vision you have for your nation. The Clintons’ case is beyond the establishment criticism. It is something never seen before, a unique case of a couple united in turning institutions and the System into a cash machine (1). This predation is unique. I don’t know why, but what has come into my mind while writing this, is Agrippine, Neron’s mother. My memories are vague, but I’m going to revisit this story.

What is unique in this story are the last words of Agrippine : « Feri ventrem !  Frappe au ventre!  C’est là que j’ai porté César! ». Roman Empire : sex, crimes, power, poisoning.

« They had begun to consider the Government of the United States as a mere appendage to their own affairs. We know now that Government by organized money is just as dangerous as Government by organized mob.

Franklin Delanoe Roosevelt.

Hate is the engine and the essence of those « enemies of peace — friends of business and financial monopoly, speculation, reckless banking, class antagonism, sectionalism, war profiteering ».

Do you want a dinner with George Clooney ? Warning. $353,000 it will cost you. Add Indecency to this and you are done.

Clinton’s foundation is helping poor Africans in Africa with their own money. The same in Haiti. I can help you with your own money, this is really NEW.


Bernie Sanders for President

Remember that Hillary Clinton fundraiser on Friday where a couple could contribute $353,000 to sit at a table with George Clooney? Well, George Clooney himself was asked on NBC whether that was an obscene amount of money, and here’s what he said:

« It is an obscene amount of money, the Sanders campaign when they talk about it is absolutely right. It’s ridiculous that we have this kind of money in politics. » – George Clooney

Here’s the truth: you cannot change a corrupt campaign finance system by taking its money. That’s what this election is about: tearing down a system where big money props up the institutions that rig the economy against ordinary Americans. And the central question of our campaign is can 99% of Americans defeat the 1% trying to maintain the status quo? That’s why we have to ask:

Contribute $2.70 to Bernie’s campaign today to help us win New York and as a way of saying you have had ENOUGH of millionaires and billionaires buying our campaigns and elections.

This is without question that most important week of our campaign. New York votes Tuesday and five states follow one week later. How we step up and respond in this moment could very well mean the difference between victory and defeat for our political revolution.

In solidarity,

Jeff Weaver
Campaign Manager
Bernie 2016



Bernie Sanders for President


Here we come,

One month ago, we were down 48 points in New York. With just two days to go until the primary, we’ve cut the lead in Hillary Clinton’s home state all the way down to six.

Gravis Poll – New York Democratic Primary
Hillary Clinton: 53%
Bernie Sanders: 47%

Here’s the truth: we don’t have to win New York on Tuesday, but we have to pick up a lot of delegates. This poll shows that if we keep fighting, we may actually have a chance to do both. It’d be the most shocking upset in modern political history. That’s why we have to ask:

Right now, thousands of people are making $2.70 contributions to Bernie’s campaign. If you add yours we are going to have the resources to win New York, the Democratic primary, and take our country back from the billionaire class.

The political establishment was already in shock when last week’s debate in Brooklyn ended with the crowd chanting Bernie! Bernie! Bernie! after Bernie’s closing statement. On Hillary Clinton’s home turf! Can you imagine their panic if we do well on Tuesday night? And we can, but only if we keep fighting against the millionaires and billionaires funding Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

In solidarity,

Jeff Weaver
Campaign Manager
Bernie 2016




Arizona primary vote takeaway and run fast : A national disgrace.

Bernie Sanders for President

Sisters and Brothers –

What happened yesterday in Arizona should be considered a national disgrace. I got an email last night from a woman who waited five hours to vote in Arizona. Five hours.

We don’t know how many thousands of people didn’t get to cast their ballots yesterday in Arizona because they couldn’t afford to wait that long. Scenes on cable news last nightshowed hundreds of people in line at 11:30pm in Phoenix – more than four hours after polls closed. Voting should not be this difficult.

One reason it is so hard to vote in Arizona is because the Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act. There were 70 percent fewer polling places this year than in 2012 in Phoenix’s county. They wouldn’t have been allowed to cut those polling places if the Voting Rights Act was still in tact.

These cuts meant that, in a county with more than 4 million residents, there were just 60 polling places. This is unacceptable, but it’s also not an isolated incident.

We need to make it easier to vote, not more difficult. One way we can do that is by reaffirming our support for the Voting Rights Act, which, when I am president, I will fight to reinstate.

Add your name to say you support reinstating the Voting Rights Act so we can make voting easier for everybody, not more difficult.


We cannot continue to see democracy undermined in the United States of America. Enough is enough.

Make no mistake: the billionaire class does not want Americans to vote. Billions of dollars are being funneled into our elections in a form of legalized bribery, even as American voters — especially minority voters — are being discouraged from voting. It is no wonder that government no longer works for ordinary Americans.

Above all, we need to remember the price that was paid for the right to vote. The Voting Rights Act was one of the great victories of the civil rights movement. Now, as then, change comes when the people demand it — in the voting booth, and on the streets in peaceful demonstrations. We must remind ourselves of what’s been achieved in the past, and resolve to do equally great things in the future. Democracy is not a spectator sport.

It is my sincere hope that the states that vote in the coming weeks and months do better than what we saw yesterday in Arizona. Too much is at stake for our future.

Right now, what we can do is show your support by adding your name to say you want to reinstate the Voting Rights Act. Click here to add your name.

No one said a political revolution would be easy. The billionaire class doesn’t want to see our movement win, and so we must do everything we can to show them that we have the power.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders



Press Line by Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund on Ecuador


Press Release: IMF’s South Asia Regional Training and Technical Assistance Center (SARTTAC) to receive US$1.9 million from Australia


Press Release: African Consultative Group Meeting: Statement by the Chairman of the African Caucus and the Managing Director of the IMF


Press Release: Japan Adheres to the International Monetary Fund’s Special Data Dissemination Standard Plus


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Bernie Sanders for President

Last night, while we were holding our largest rally of the campaign, a top Clinton surrogate told a much smaller audience that Hillary Clinton was under attack, and her supporters needed to « stand up and fight back, stand up against those idealists. »

Let me tell you something, sisters and brothers: there is nothing we have said in this campaign that is pie-in-the-sky, that is utopian. Nothing.

We are the wealthiest country in the history of the world, and we can create an economy where nobody who works 40 hours a week lives in poverty, where health care is a right for all Americans, and where kids of all backgrounds can go to college without crushing debt.

When we launched this campaign, I told everyone they should not underestimate us and that we were running to win. They thought we were pie-in-the-sky then, too. But tomorrow we have a chance to win yet again — in Hillary Clinton’s own backyard. I need you to continue to fight with me.

Right now, thousands of people are contributing $2.70 to help us win New York tomorrow and the five states that vote in one week. Add your contribution to theirs right now and we can win this primary.

The energy, intelligence, and idealism of Americans, especially young Americans, have been the greatest agents for change in this country for generations. Those qualities have also powered our campaign from the start, and it’s also what is going to help us take this country back from the billionaire class when we’re elected in November. But first, New York … tomorrow night. I need you with me.

In solidarity,

Bernie Sanders


Bernie Sanders for President

There’s something I need to share with you,  and it’s probably going to anger you. It should probably anger everyone. Here it is:

Our opponent is bending campaign finance rules to their breaking point all so Wall Street fat cats and people like Walmart’s Alice Walton can get away with giving hundreds of thousands of dollars in a single contribution to benefit the Clinton campaign.

You already know about the fundraiser Hillary Clinton held where a couple could contribute $353,000 to sit at a table with George Clooney. That money doesn’t go directly to the Clinton campaign, it goes to something called the « Hillary Victory Fund » – another account that has raised almost $35 million.

Well, for MONTHS the Clinton campaign has been saying the primary purpose of that fund is to support the DNC and state parties. But that’s not even close to true.

According to the Hillary Victory Fund’s most recent FEC report, the vast majority of the money they spent in 2016 – $25 MILLION – went directly towards helping the Clinton campaign itself.

So, what can we do about it? We can either sit back and shrug our shoulders at yet another obscene injustice. Or, we can fight. I say we fight.

Contribute $2.70 to Bernie’s campaign today to help us win New York and as a way of saying you have had ENOUGH of the way Hillary Clinton’s campaign is funding its campaign and super PACs.

So, this is distressing, but it’s probably to be expected. The Clinton campaign has raised the majority of its money from people giving the maximum amount of money under the law and her super PACs have raised more than $15 million from Wall Street and the financial industry alone.

Do you believe we can change a corrupt system by taking its money? Bernie Sanders says no, and that’s the choice New Yorkers face on Tuesday.

The choice you face right now, is are you willing to contribute $2.70 to fight back and win this primary, the White House and take our country back from the billionaire class? You can do that here:


This is the most important week and a half of the campaign. How we respond in this moment could mean the difference between victory and defeat.

In solidarity,

Jeff Weaver
Campaign Manager
Bernie 2016