Hillary has no business in power.

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I'm guessing that many of you do not know this, but there was another dump of 100 pages from the FBI yesterday relating to the investigation of Hillary Clinton.  Folks, I'm here to tell you, there is no way this woman ought to be anywhere near the Oval Office.  She ought not be anywhere near the White House.  I don't care what Donald Trump's faults are. I don't care what people think of Donald Trump.  This woman has no business.  I can't believe, after looking at these documents

This is astounding what the FBI dumped yesterday.  Why this hasn't been dumped earlier is obvious.  It is damning!  It is destroying of Hillary Clinton, as a person, as a secretary of state.  I go through all these emails.  Have any of you who've spent any time going through any of the emails, part of the WikiLeaks dump, are you seeing anybody that works for her talk about what a nice person she is?  I am not.  I see references to friends of Bill that need this and friends of Bill that need that.  I don't see any references to friends of Hillary. 

I'm reading a bunch of people who are doing what they can to advance this woman's career because it is their job and because through her they maybe get to advance what their agenda is; but I'm here to tell you, there doesn't appear to be any personal attachment beyond Huma in any of these, including Podesta.  You know, Podesta is actually a Bill guy.  Podesta was Bill's chief of staff sent over there, runs the Center for American Progress, a leftist think tank, and is now over there steering the Hillary campaign. 

I'm telling you, folks, it's incredible.  And this 100 pages — and most of it's redacted.  The stuff that they haven't redacted is damning.  It makes Watergate look like Romper Room.  And I'm wondering, what in the hell were they doing at the FBI when they decided none of this was actionable?  This goes so far beyond quid pro quo.  Of course that's a big, big deal. 

But all the stories that we heard back when the Clintons were in the White House about Hillary disliking the Marines, disrespecting the Marines, throwing ashtrays, apparently it's true, because she did it at the State Department.  She was so mean to people that State Department security agents, which they have, every bureaucracy has security agents that travel with the ambassadors, with the secretary of state.  None of them wanted to work for her.  They all quit over the four-year time she was in the secretary of state's office.  None of them. 

The people that ended up on her detail were brand-new and had no idea. They were the last ones to go there because everybody else begged off, because she was just plain and simple mean and rude and disrespectful.  She was violating protocol at every turn.  As an example, one of the parent protocols is that when the secretary of state's traveling, you get off the plane and you always join the ambassador to whatever country you're in. The ambassador gets in a limo with you, it's a security thing, too, from the airport into the embassy or wherever you're going.

In other words, when you get off the plane in a foreign country, you are joined at the hip with the ambassador.  She never would do it. 

The only person allowed to get closer to is Huma Abedin and whoever this guy that runs around with her, this big, big black guy who is there rubbing her back and telling her just keep talking, just keep breathing.  He's obviously some medic, and he's constantly around her.  Other than this guy and Huma Abedin, she just blows off everybody and everything.  You can't find any references, or very few, to people with any affection for her.  They're all working for her and they're all trying to rig the game for her, but there doesn't seem to be any affection. 

It's amazing what's in these 100 pages alone, and these are from the FBI.  This is not WikiLeaks.  This is not the result of a hack.  They can't say that the Russians are behind this.  Now, I don't think that any of this is gonna end up in the Drive-By Media. Because they are part of this.  Well, that's part of the WikiLeaks dump, too. But reporters are sending their stories to John Podesta for vetting before they're published.  One guy, Glenn Thrush from Politico says (paraphrasing), "Hey, look, now that I've become a (hack) for you guys, I've got this story.  Here it is. Make sure it's right before I run with it."

This is happening constantly, not just recently, but constantly with Mrs. Clinton. He's not the only one.  All of them, practically everybody in the mainstream media is on her team and coordinating with her and her campaign about how to do stories, what stories to do, what to leave out of them and so forth. 

Now to the FBI document dump.

It's a hundred pages and it's dynamite, and it's just astounding, folks.  You look at this and you wonder how in the world did this woman not get charged?  How in the world did this not get sent to the grand jury?  Of course, we know.  President Obama didn't want it.  He didn't want any of it going anywhere because he's implicated in it.  He lied.  He said he learned about Hillary's private server while watching the news just like all of us, except that's not true. 

He was regularly communicating with her via her private server and all this suspicious email activity using a fake name, a pseudonym, if you will.  He was fully aware.  And that's why to go after her would have included him, and ah, ah, ah, ah, not going to happen.  I did as much looking into this as I could, and I have to tell you, John Hinderaker at Power Line has probably put together the best summary of this. 

Yesterday "the FBI released another 100 pages relating to its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s conduct as Secretary of State." This was not just an investigation that was limited to her emails and server.  By definition, it ended up including her conduct as secretary of state.  Why it has taken so long for the FBI to review, to redact, and publish — I mean, a hundred pages is a small quantity.  It's dynamite.  What's in these 100 pages, even what is not redacted is dynamite.  But the question, why it has taken so long for the FBI to review, to redact and publish a hundred pages is inexplicable. 

The pages that were released yesterday are explosive, big-time explosive. Folks, it's serious stuff.  And it all — you can't conclude anything other — this woman ought not be anywhere near the levels of power.  This woman is as corrupt as anybody.  This makes Watergate, as I say, look like Romper Room.  Now, you may have seen headlines that Hillary's State Department tried to pressure the FBI to say that various documents located on her home server were not classified.  That was critical.  It is critical, obviously, because one of Hillary's lines of defense was to claim — falsely, as it turned out — that she never sent or received classified documents on her off-the-books email system. 

She said that in her first press conference that she held at the U.N., and she said it subsequent times. (imitating Hillary) "I never dealt with.  I I I I I I never sent or received classified documents.  It was a mistake, I'll never do it again, I learned from it, but I never sent classified documents." 

But to get the full impact, you have to see the relevant portions of the FBI investigation, and they're all here, in all cases.  They've been published and I'm gonna just read to you a so-called executive summary of them.  "In the first page, an unidentified FBI employee says he was 'pressured' to change the classification of an email to render it unclassified. This pressure came from someone within the FBI."

This is in FBI documents.  This is not somebody's speculation.  It was in what was released yesterday.  You remember, now, she has denied trafficking in classified documents, sending or receiving.  And yet in one of the pages yesterday, an unidentified FBI employee says he was pressured by someone within the FBI to change the classification of an email to render it unclassified. 

This person within the FBI "who said he had been contacted by Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy, who 'had asked his assistance in altering the email’s classification in exchange for a "quid pro quo."'"  You may see people denying this left and right at the State Department.  It's in the FBI documents.  It happened!  Somebody within the FBI called over to state, talked to Patrick Kennedy and asked for his help in changing the classification of the email in exchange for a quid pro quo. 

And what was the quid pro quo?  "The quid pro quo was that, if the FBI would say the email was unclassified, the State Department would allow the FBI to 'place more Agents in countries where they are presently forbidden.' Subsequently, the interviewee was summoned to an 'all agency' meeting at the State Department to discuss the classification review of the Hillary Clinton emails. This fact," and that's what it is, "is astonishing: the meeting was attended by representatives of the State Department, the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency 'and other government agencies,' including, obviously, the FBI."

So you had an all-agency meeting at the State Department to discuss reviewing the classification of Hillary Clinton's emails and changing from classified to unclassified, with all of these government agencies at the meeting.  "Patrick Kennedy presided. Someone asked whether any of the Hillary emails that were being reviewed for production were classified. Kennedy replied, 'Well, we’ll see.'"

Meaning, when we get through here, after we've declassified a bunch of 'em, probably not.  So they had classified emails, agency-wide meeting with all of these different elements of the government to discuss declassifying certain Hillary emails.  Why would they do that?  To protect her.  To protect them.  To protect Obama.  There were classified emails.  She was trafficking in classified email on her unsecure server that she had lied about and denied doing, that Obama claimed he knew nothing about when he did. 

And so it was an all-agency meeting where they circled the wagons and after the fact they're gonna change from classified to unclassified email by email by email in exchange for a quid pro quo for the FBI. 

"Following the all agency meeting, Undersecretary of State Kennedy renewed his effort to pressure the FBI to change its classification of the document in question. The FBI representative wouldn’t budge."  The FBI said, "No, we are not gonna help you declassify this classified document." 

"So Kennedy asked who else at the agency he could talk to. The interviewee gave the name of Michael Steinbach." All of this was in these hundred pages dumped yesterday.  "The interviewee then participated in a call with Kennedy and Steinbach, in which Kennedy 'continued to pressure the FBI to change the classified markings on the email to unclassified.' Steinbach refused. What happened next is — deserves to be, anyway — a bombshell.

"Prior to ending the conversation, Kennedy," of the State Department, "asked whether the FBI or State would conduct the public statements on the matter. Steinbach advised Kennedy that the FBI would not comment publicly on the matter."

Well, I mean, folks, right there is corruption admitted to.  Here you had an all-agency meeting to discuss the declassification of an email in order to protect Hillary's claim that she had not trafficked in them.  And everybody at the meeting admits to and knows what's going on.  And the FBI says, "Don't worry, we're not gonna talk about it.  Steinbach of the FBI told Kennedy we would not comment publicly on the matter."  Meaning, whatever you do, nobody's gonna know about it. We're not gonna blow the whistle on you.  Whatever you do, go ahead, we're not talking. 

"That was enough for the astonishingly corrupt Hillary Clinton. This is what happened next:  The conference call ended and, according to [ ], the Associated Press (AP) published the story within the hour. Former Secretary of State Clinton appeared in front of the press shortly thereafter to deny having sent classified emails on her private email server."

So before she goes out and speaks, they had this agency-wide meeting to declassify something classified, it ends up happening in exchange for quid pro quo.  The FBI sitting in on the meeting, "Okay, we're not gonna say a word.'  That's the signal to Hillary to go out and lie that she had never sent classified emails on her private email server. 

What you have here, folks, is a clear pattern of corruption that, as I say, makes Watergate look like Romper Room.  Hillary's aide at the State Department, Patrick Kennedy, tried to bribe the FBI with the promise of a quid pro quo, tried to bribe the FBI to change the classification. It was a Benghazi document, by the way.  What's being discussed here is a Benghazi document. 

So Patrick Kennedy, Hillary's aide, tried to bribe the FBI to change the classification of a Benghazi document so as to enable Hillary to lie and say that she did not send or receive classified information on her illegal home server.  The FBI refused.  James Comey was not involved at this stage, by the way.  This was before the serious investigation even began.  But they learned of it. Comey learned of this later on.  He wasn't involved at this point. 

"Hillary’s aide then asked whether the FBI would be saying anything publicly about the classification issue," what they just had, the all-agency meeting.  "Once assured that the FBI would be silent –" Steinbach said don't worry, we're not saying a word "– Hillary took the stage and alleged publicly, and falsely, that she never used her illegal home server to send or receive classified information."

They had just taken a classified document and agreed to declassify it just because they needed to for her, not because it deserved to be.  It was still a classified bit of information, but they declassified it, enabling her to go out and lie.  This is just one document.  How many critically important documents have been given the same treatment, have been discussed in the same way?  The State Department has put some documents, archived them way back down in the basement, nobody to ever see them again

Folks, this is just one element of what's in this hundred page dump.  But this one, this story illustrates the full-fledged corruption of Hillary Clinton's State Department, working with the FBI.  She says she never trafficked in classified data, sending it or receiving it.  She said that after an agency-wide meeting, an all-agency meeting in which a document about Benghazi was declassified. 

Richard Nixon only dreamed of this kind of stuff.  On the surface it may not sound like it's that big a deal when treated to governments doing things, our government especially in private, prying eyes don't see it.  She's been lying through her teeth. Everybody on her side, everybody has been lying about what went on, trying to maintain the idea that she never trafficked in classified documents. 

She did, she knew she did.  She knew she was lying about it.  She corrupted a bunch of agencies to collude and get together to change the classification on her behalf so that she could go out and lie.  She was enabled as a liar with the mass participation of a bunch of other government agencies.  

An O.S.H.I.T. Moment? Folks the USA appears far more corrupt than even Russia or Venezuela!

Guess what, my friends?  Obama's got a press conference, or just finished one with the prime minister of Italy in the Rose Garden.  He was asked about what I just shared with you.  Question by Kevin Freking of the AP.  "Mr. President, does it distress you that folks at the FBI and State Department talked about the proper level of classification of emails that were on Secretary Clinton's server?  Would you acknowledge the appearance of impropriety and should the State Department officials look into this further."

OBAMA:  You've heard directly from both the FBI and the State Department that the notion or the accounts that have been put out there are just not true.  And, you know, you can question them again, but based on what we have seen, heard, learned, some of the more sensational implications or appearances, as you stated them, aren't based on actual events and based on what actually happened and I think derive from sort of overly broad characterizations of interactions between the State Department and the FBI that happen a lot.

He's flat-out calling everybody involved in this a liar.  He's saying it never happened.  The evidence is from the FBI, documents released from the FBI's investigation into Hillary Clinton's conduct as secretary of state, deriving from and originating with her email server.  So here's Mr. Obama who told us that he didn't know about any of this until he heard about it on the news, which is a lie because he was emailing Mrs. Clinton.  By definition, everything he sends is classified.  Everything the president sends, everything he writes, it's classified at origin by virtue of the fact he's sending it.  "I didn't know 'til I read about in the news, just like all of you." 

He was using a fake name! The man who said you like your doctor, keep your doctor, you like your plan, keep your plan. The man that told you your premiums are gonna be reduced $2,500.  The man has lied I don't know how many times about how many things.  He and Hillary are in a race to see who's the king or queen of lying, plus we know this is a corrupt bunch!  He's just called everybody involved "Oh, they have these interagency meetings all the time, you know, these rivalries, they've already denied it."  The allegations were not even made.  The information comes from the FBI in a 100-page document dump yesterday, and he just called everybody involved a liar. "It isn't true.  They said it didn't happen."  Come on, folks, come on.  We know what's going on.

For the record, ladies and gentlemen, there are four people, at least four people who have talked about the pressure to take a classified Benghazi document and make it unclassified.  Two of the people at the FBI, two of the people the State Department. Four people independently have said they were pressured to do this.  Barack Obama has just called them liars as well.  


RUSH:  Well, there seems to be some confusion where these hundred pages came from.  They are official.  And the best I have been able to determine is that the FBI released these 100 pages that everybody's talking about.  (interruption) Well, I usually am.  But some people are saying, "No, no, no.  The FBI didn't officially do it. Somebody at the FBI did it 'cause they're ticked off and they think Hillary should be arrested."

In other words, somebody's trying to tell me that a rogue element released documents.  Everything I've seen is the FBI itself did this and that Comey was not aware or involved. Comey wasn't involved in this all-agency meeting that took place.  Look, let me summarize this and try to tell you why this matters. 

This is standard operating procedure for Bill and Hillary Clinton.  This is a woman who destroyed subpoenaed documents in a court case way back in the nineties.  These are the people that hid billing records and other relevant documents sought by a court for years that mysteriously turned up on a table in the Map Room in the White House during their first term in the White House.  Then the whole Lewinsky scandal happened, and we know how everything was — if it hadn't been for that blue dress — seriously, folks. 

I'm not trying to be funny here.  If it hadn't been for that blue dress Bill Clinton would have gotten away with saying (Clinton impression), "I never had sex with that woman, not a single time, not ever, and I never asked anybody to lie," he would have gotten away with that.  We would have never known the truth.  If it hadn't been for the fact that Linda Tripp, I think it was, convinced Lewinsky to give up that blue dress, and she kept the blue dress because it was historical, it was a souvenir.  She loved the guy and having his semen was, I guess, a memento. 

So there it was.  This is how the Clintons operate.  They accuse.  This is a woman who was thrown off the Nixon Watergate committee as a Democrat lawyer.  She was thrown off by Peter Rodino, the chairman, because she was trying to engender things that would deny Nixon and his legal team constitutional rights during the Watergate investigation.  This woman is every bit the Alinskyite that Barack Obama is.  She was an Alinskyite before Obama was.  Her thesis, and she was at Wellesley, was on Alinsky. 

But the woman is dishonest.  She is dishonest and she is corrupt.  Look at the Clinton Foundation.  This is an organization set up to take donations in the multiple millions of dollars from foreign governments and foreign wealthy individuals while she was secretary of state and while she's campaigning for president.  Now, folks, the people giving the Clintons money are not doing it 'cause they like her.  They're not giving her $300,000 to make speeches at banks because, wow, she says such interesting things.  They are buying the Clintons.  They are buying access because the Clintons have made it known their entire public life they can be bought. 

The Clintons do not do much of anything aboveboard.

At any rate, so there's a history, a documented history.  Now, if you're a Millennial — Millennials do not know of the existence and the nature and the truth of Soviet communism.  It's not been taught to them.  So "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall," the Berlin Wall falling, the Cold War and its meaning and relevance all during the sixties is irrelevant to them. 

They simply don't know.  They haven't been taught about it.  And that's, of course, by design.  If you're not gonna teach communism, if you're not gonna teach what it really is, it makes selling socialism easy.  This is exactly what they've done.  Same token here.  Millennials, a young group of people, do not know of the Clintons of the nineties.  To you and me, we know it like the back of our hand.  But young people don't.  And some low-information people don't as well. 

So, in addition to all of the things starting with Whitewater, all moving forward, everything the Clintons have done — well, can't say "everything" — the vast majority of what the Clintons have done has had many purposes, but at the top of the list is personal enrichment.

Do you know that she also stole furniture from the State Department when she left?  That's in this document dump.  She stole furniture from the State Department when she left just like they stole furniture from the White House when they left.  She just picked up and took what she wanted.  Violates all kinds of protocols.  Would not hang around with ambassadors, would not travel with them, would not give them the perk of appearing with the secretary of state, would not let them fly in the plane, would not them ride in the limousine. 

Only Huma Abedin was allowed body contact.  Nobody else.  The security agents for the State Department all wanted to quit her detail.  She was so rude, mean, disrespectful, none of them wanted to work for her over the course of her four-year term as secretary of state, which comports with everything we'd heard about the way she treated Secret Service agents in the White House and Marines and other uniformed military personnel.  The woman is a viper and she's dishonest and corrupt.  And it's the way of the world in that world the Clintons occupy. 

So just to review, hundred pages released by the FBI yesterday clearly detail an all-agency meeting wherein the State Department and a guy named Patrick Kennedy attempted to persuade other government agencies, including the FBI and the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency and others to go along with changing the classification of, in this case, one particular document detailing Benghazi, from classified to unclassified, so that Mrs. Clinton could go out and do a press conference and claim that she had never trafficked in classified information. 

And in exchange for doing this, the FBI was offered, in exchange for doing this, an increased presence in foreign countries to do investigations and other things.  You remember what the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia were blown up, the FBI's right there investigating, because American citizens were dead. So the FBI can go, but they are limited in what they can do.  State Department has purview.  So a carrot was dangled that allowed the FBI a little bit more access and power in exchange for going along with declassifying a classified document. 

Four people — two state, two FBI — have added to what's in these hundred pages claiming they were pressured to go along with this.  Now, President Obama just had a press conference concluded recently at the White House with the Italian prime minister in which he was asked about this.  Now, there's two sound bites.

So here's the question. "Mr. President, does it distress you that people at the FBI and the State Department talked about the proper level of classification of emails that were on Secretary Clinton's server?  Would you acknowledge the appearance of impropriety, and should the State Department look into this further?" 

OBAMA:  You've heard directly from both the FBI and the State Department that the notion or the accounts that have been put out there are just not true.  And, you know, you can question them again, but based on what we have seen, heard, learned, some of the more sensational implications or appearances, as you stated them, aren't based on actual events and based on what actually happened and I think derive from sort of overly broad characterizations of interactions between the State Department and the FBI that happen a lot. It happened between agencies.

The short version of that is "It didn't happen. It's all made up, not true, uh, these things happen all the time." So he's denying, calling people liars.  This is in an FBI document dump.  This is not something that some right-wing website found and is publishing.  This is from the Obama FBI.  And he's claiming everybody involved — and there are independent people.  As I say, four others who are claiming they have been pressured to go along with the declassification of classified documents on Mrs. Clinton's server. 

I can imagine some of you, "What does that matter?  There's so many other things, what does it matter?"  It matters because, folks, it's a culmination of things.  The cumulative effect of behavioral patterns here that indicate this woman is dishonest, is corrupt and has no business even taking the oath of office because she cannot honestly do it.  She has no business being president of the United States. 

She uses the power that you get as an elected official or appointed official at the upper echelons of U.S. government to artificially alter and change things in her favor outside of courts of law, things that no one else could do or try. Things for which we have forced a president to resign simply because he thought he wanted to.  Richard Nixon and Watergate, that's nothing compared to what has actually gone on here, but it gets better.  


Thomas Prendergast

Why Surfers Make Great Entrepreneurs

fb thumbnailWhy Surfers Make Great Entrepreneurs

1.It’s all about the Hustle

Surfing isn’t as mellow and laid back as those picture-perfect images of Malibu sunsets make it look. Out in the water can be a real hustle. Very often you’ve got to paddle out into a line-up of established and hostile faces and stake your claim for a right to be there. Sound familiar?

2.Think outside the box

As with business, it’s very often the people who don’t follow the crowd that reap the rewards in surfing. Those people who are prepared to take a chance and go a long way out of their way to search for new ways to rip the ocean waves are the pioneers. Guaranteed they’re surfing innovations are rewarding them extreme new surfing experiences as well as netting great wealth in the process.

3.Surfing teaches you failure

Like nothing else. (Except maybe business!) When you first start out you’re gonna try, try and try and fail, fail and fail. Cold water will rush through your sinuses. Your arms will feel like someone’s tried to rip them from your body. People will shout at you telling you to get out of their way. And yet, you can see those guys, just beyond the breakers, gliding along the face of the waves like they were raised by a pod of dolphins. Don’t let the failure hurt you. Get back on your board, stick with it, and you’ll get there. Once again – sound familiar?

4.Live on a shoestring

Surfers know how to exist with very little. They can make $100 dollars last longer than most people would imagine possible. They don’t go on holidays, they go on expeditions, and they want to stay away for as long as they possibly can. Two months on a remote Indonesian island eating nothing but rice and bananas? If the waves are good it’s all worth it. Surfers make sacrifices for their passion, just like the most successful startups.

5.See the bigger picture

When you’re starting a business, it’s so easy to let it become your world. Tunnel vision kicks in and you can’t think of anything except the next list of potential clients you’ve got to email or what a blogger said about you on Twitter. Here’s where surfers have an advantage. A little time spent in the ocean reminds you that there’s a much bigger world out there; that you’re just a tiny part of it. That kind of perspective can be helpful when you’re stressing about how many Facebook likes you got this week.

I was born an entrepreneur, but surfing entered my life when I first saw the ocean at the age of three. I was thunder struck and fell in love with that big blue ocean. Every real surfer I know is an entrepreneur. Unable and unwilling to hold a job down longer than the next swell.

Kawabunga, Markethive is my newest surf board to ride the coming quadrillion dollar swell. Are you with me?

Well? Are you?

Thomas Prendergast
Big Kahuena and CEO of Markethive.

P.S. Outside bruddas!

Thomas Prendergast

America Cross Roads: Despair or Prosperity

America Cross Roads: Despair or Prosperity

I pray that the majority of Americans have common sense, good sense, curiosity, empathy and self respect. This machine, this matrix, this system we live in has usually been subtle in controlling us.
Remember 911 (2001) just a terrorist attack folks, go back to work and keep shopping? But as well as that deception was done, it began to unravel. And continued to do so. At first we (including myself) rejected the notion it was a false flag, but even I came around to see it as such.
That was 2001, 15 years ago. A lot has transpired and I believe we have all had our "take the red pill" moments. The majority of us, know something is wrong.
And here is the sweetness of Trump. He is the "outsider", he beat 16 other Republicans, all of them puppets of the system. Even Ted Cruz with his hand tucked under his coat (AKA Glenn Beck Illuminati meltdown drama queen).
As this machine consorts and thrashes and screams ever louder with more frantic and obvious desperate attempts to destroy Trump, The huge revealed cheating (ie: the polls) the obvious gamed debates, the false accusations and manufactured witnesses, it is becoming so very clear, that a vote for Trump is a knife in the systems heart.
I ultimately trust the American people, that they have and are waking up, that this election is the beginning of a huge revolution. This election's outcome will have two stark paths; An America where WW3, ruin and civil war, despair, will be our reward, or an America were the people's unity is restored, the Rise of the Entrepreneur will lead America into a innovation and new wealth for all renaissance making America the greatest nation on earth (again). The choice has never been more clear.
Vote carefully, as this time your life depends on it.
The choices have never been more black and white, good vs evil, prosperity vs disparity, honesty vs deception, life vs death.
Vote Trump!

Thomas Prendergast

Last Chance for Pie

Get a Piece of the Pie

Markethive is the new Market Network.

You all know what a Social Network is and we can probably identify is MySpace but in reality 6th degrees gets the distinction as the official Social Network established in  1997 (to be noted Veretekk, a social networked automated marketing platform started in 1996). With that said, the burgeoning Social Network revolution really gained steamed as Facebook and Twitter took the field and dominated the market in 2006.

Poor Myspace launched around the year 2000, but the marketing and shear investment brought Facebook to prominence crushing poor underfunded MySpace in the process. We do not want that to happen with Markethive. We are the David and we will be facing Goliaths as we move forward.

As it stands right now, we are ready to fully launch and need the capital to do the launch right and BIG! We have been pursuing venture and angel capital for several months now. Getting pretty close. But something amazing happened yesterday…..

Venture capital started pursuing us. Yes, the word is out because of the power of Markethive’s blog platform and reach, we were contacted yesterday by a capitalist who saw our broadcasts and began seeking us. And now we are in negotiations with them.

This may or may not be the final bell, before Markethive funds millions and starts the launch procedure to begin the ascension to top Market Network.

It may or may not be your last chance to hitch a ride for practically nothing. I know, $500 is a lot for people who have limited resources. But let us play the what if game OK?

LinkedIn posted 2.9 billion in revenue in 2015. That is right Two Billion 900 million in cash revenue. Markethive has all the potential to achieve that and even more. I have always believed this to be the case.

Now what is 5% of 2.9 billion? It is $145 million. Now divide that number by 250 shares (Alpha Legacy shares) and you get $580,000 dollars. That is ½ of a million dollars. I would say that a $500 contribution is a mighty small amount to leverage that potential.

Every year and growing, would that make a difference in your life? And the BOD contributors that paid $4800 for 1 share of 100 will share 20% of this potential revenue. Looks like we night be cruising toward creating 350 millionaires, doesn’t it?

BTW: There are about 10 of those 100 BOD shares still available.

Exciting times Markethive is entering. See you at the meetings.

The Alpha Legacies are limited and will be gone within a few weeks.

Thomas Prendergast
CEO Markethive Inc.







Thomas Prendergast

Markethive’s Fully Automated Email Marketing

Markethive’s Fully Automated Email Marketing

I have been developing auto responder since 1994.
I invented it. It was called Veremail.
Today after more than 20 years we have unveiled
a new paradigm in the automation market.


Markethive History of Email:

In 2016, email turns 45 and shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, it’s one of the most widely used and trusted channels for people to communicate today. It’s helped elect world leaders and has been the secret ingredient for many startups to grow into multi-billion dollar companies.

But the dark side of email is spam. While today’s spam filters do a good job of keeping junk out of our inboxes, many organizations also get caught in the crossfire of the war on spam when their emails end up in the spam folder. If your subscribers don’t see your emails, then they can’t open, click, and convert.

While the importance of reaching customers’ inboxes is undeniable, the reality is that many messages are missing the mark. This year, on average, one in five messages failed to reach the inbox. Global deliverability also experienced a slight but steady decline quarter over quarter, with 24 percent of messages missing the inbox in the last quarter studied.

With deliverability declining, marketers are missing out on building valuable relationships and achieving the highest possible ROI.

The Path to the Inbox:

Getting to the inbox entails more than hitting the send button. Below is a representation of the filters each message encounters on its journey.

Emails that are able to make past both gateway and spam filters are delivered to the inbox. Emails that are deemed malicious or untrustworthy are often blocked at the gateway, never reaching the inbox or the spam folder. For messages that make it past the gateway, spam filters look at the reputation of the sender, subscriber engagement, and content to decide if it should be placed in the inbox or the spam folder.

Measuring Inbox Placement:

There are many different ways to measure deliverability. In this report, we will focus on one important source:

Seed Data

Seed addresses were one of the first ways Markethive and email marketers measure inbox placement rates. Have you ever tested an email campaign’s deliverability rate by sending it to your personal email address? That’s similar to how seed addresses work. But at Markethive, we have seed addresses at hundreds of mailbox providers and filters around the world, and we use these multiple addresses to checks to see if it was delivered, and if so, reports whether it went to the inbox or the spam folder. Delivery, Placement (into the Inbox), The speed it arrives and reputation it receives (Images are active, no fishing warnings, etc.).

How others measure utilizing spying techniques

Another way to measure deliverability is by monitoring the activity of real consumer inboxes. This is possible through images reporting back to the originating server receiver’s behavior.

This type of data is different from seed data in that the data is generated from real email accounts that are actively owned and managed by real subscribers at AOL, Gmail, Outlook.com, Yahoo, etc. Through stealth technology, these image (scripts) are able to gather real world data and real world email behaviors. For example, if an email lands in the inbox or spam folder, these reports can see whether or not people read an email, reported it as spam, or many other hidden user behaviors!

Aweber even brags about this technique on their web sites.

We do not engage in sneaky image spy techniques. Others do, in fact Aweber, Get Response, I contact, Mail Chimp, Hubspot, Pardot, Sales Force and all the others do. We DON’T! We have a far superior solution that results in greater results for you.


Markethive utilizes mail servers running from the Amazon cloud. Amazon demands perfect email practices. Therefore, our technology solution for attaining “leads” (Name, Email, Social Network, Phone, Source) is unique. We reject the old practice of a capture page with fields asking for “Name”, “Email”, “Phone”, etc. accompanied by a Submit button.

We utilize OAuth technology and have innovated a (patent pending) solution we simply call “One Click” submission. No fields to fill out, no “SUBMIT” button to push, no “instructions” to open your email client and retrieve the verification email and another link to click on to complete a process that is not secure, and guarantees a spam trap free process.

Our process offers a selection of popular Social Networks to subscribe with. One simply taps the icon of choice. If the prospect is already logged into said Social Network, the process is completed instantaneously. “One Click” means just that. In that simple one click decision, you, the Markethive member, just received a true verified batch of date (Name, Email, and Social Network).

In that moment of decision, the desired results are instant. In the notoriously abusive option, each action allows the subscriber to “not continue”. A Name and Email Field and Submit button equate to 3 steps, then navigating and opening the mail client, finding the verification email and clicking on the email link equate another 3 steps with a minimum of 6 steps, each step offering the potential subscriber, to reconsider and stop the process.

The other serious problem is that verification email’s timely or delayed delivery and the very good possibility that verification email ends up in the spam folder.

I have timed verification emails from many legitimate services out there to take 30 minutes to several hours to be delivered. This delay guarantees a drastic loss of subscribers as well.

Delivery of email is paramount and job one at Markethive. However, we have already dispensed with the old school yesteryear process of email verification. Now that we have developed instantaneous “One Click” subscriptions, we now concentrate on delivering your “auto responders” and email “Broadcasts”.

Deliverability (IronPort) (Amazon Cloud)

Capturing your leads data, name, email, etc. is just half the job, and Markethive has innovated doing this 500%-1000% better than anyone else. However, delivering the mail is just as much if not more of the challenge and Markethive crushes it here too.

First off, we have the unfair advantage over all the others for one huge reason. We do not allow emails into our system. Seems contradictory, doesn’t it? We allow Social Network data transfer of verified data through the OAuth technology that has become standard in today’s Internet environment.

This means the challenge of spam complaints, discovering spam trap emails in the system and the constant defense of spam complaints does not exist with us. Because our process of acquiring contact data is 10 times more secure and 100% validated at the point of contact.

This means IronPort and Amazon see our quality process, never receive spam complaints or receive SORBs and other blacklisting notification. This is why we are able to send your email out within seconds and enjoy delivery rates above 99% into your Inbox, not spam folders.

Good marketing practices breed a good reputation. We do not engage in shifty and sneaky practices. We do not send email from our system with hidden spying images. We do not report to our subscribers what you view, what you clicked, what you opened and looked at today or any day. What we do offer, no others do, is a fully operational Market Network.

Like a Social Network a Market Network has a social component. Unlike Social Networks, the Market Network is a market powered by SaaS (Software as a System). Market Networks have intrinsic value to the entrepreneur at Markethive. Were they find costs like auto were we offer better value, and better results at NO COST for  superior solution.

We spare no cost or discount any features. We have massive mailing servers, and because we are in the Amazon cloud formation, ramping up additional performance is automatic. That guarantees, you suffer no degradation to your email being sent within seconds.

We clock test our email sending often whereas whole databases in the 10s of 1000s are sent and delivered within a couple of minutes.

The following reports are the professional systems mail server admins utilize to monitor the mail. The following reports, from Barracuda, Cisco, WatchGuard, and Sender Score consistently report Markethive as a top performance, good practice, non-spam system.


Markethive Auto Responders are elegantly simple but incredible powerful. In the Email control panel there are only 3 levels to understand, setting up your actual autoresponders, broadcasting messages out to your lead databases and the study of your email broadcast history. That is it.

When it comes to managing your autoresponders, the best way to demonstrate the beauty of simplicity is to show you. (Put Video here)


With auto responder systems, many call each set of autoresponders a campaign. You may have several capture pages you are marketing and advertising. We organize our campaigns in Lead Groups. When a prospect signs up via your capture widget, that lead is stored in a Lead Group of your choice.

 Unlike the other Auto Responder companies, we do not charge for additional lead groups or campaigns. You can have as many campaigns (lead groups) as you wish.

Capture System

Our capture system is a state of the art system. It employs the One Click subscribe function. We offer hundreds of templates with many themes and many top MLM company themes as well. Other systems that are similar cost a minimum of $20 per month as high as $150 per month.

We are the only comprehensive free system. We are the only system that gives you a page widget so you can host your capture page easily on your own domain.


Markethive Auto Responders are built by the original inventor of the auto responder back in 1996. This technology was developed extensively the following 20 years in a company called Veretekk. Today, we offer you an auto responder system that dwarfs the capability and effectiveness of the entire industry.

Markethive auto responder systems captures more leads, and delivers higher rates and into the Inbox better than all the others, combined.

Recorded Workshop setting up a simple Autoresponder set:


Thomas Prendergast
CEO Markethive, Inc.

Thomas Prendergast

New Markets merge into record shattering success for seasoned entrepreneur

video imageNew Markets merge into record shattering success for seasoned entrepreneur

When the advent of a real Market Network (Markethive) and a real emerging Customer Centric network marketing giant (Valentus) even I was surprised with the ease of building a new empire in this industry. Let me explain.

I have been an advocate for ending the business practices of buying and selling leads. And an end to spam email, spam faxes, telemarketing, ending popup ads, bill board ads, you know, the practice called outbound marketing. It was heavily relied upon in the days before the Internet a long time ago and has suffered a long painful death since the Internet was released to the public in 1991, I know, I was there and have continued to ride this journey called the Internet.

10 years before the Internet I ran an Ad agency in the Silicon Valley and was very aware of tech and the emerging Internet, which is why I was on the Internet almost the moment it was available to the public in 1991.

Within years of immersing myself into the Internet, I became aware of Network Marketing. I found it fascinating that anyone with some skill and determination could reasonably build a living income. This idea supported my empathetic support of struggling prodigies, up and coming entrepreneurs and anyone who had greater dreams than the typical job afforded them.

Although I was aware of buying mailing lists for my ad agency in the 80s I was not aware of the pushing of buying names and phone numbers for MLMers to call on people supposedly interested in a business opportunity. As I become more aware of the MLM industry, I also found that most leaders who had working spheres of influence, would tell those they recruited into these pyramid schemes (the majority of these people did not have large spheres of influence) to buy these leads and cold call them.

My instincts told me this was a bad idea and a serious mistake. But these “leaders” promoted this technique because they had no real option on helping these people that just enrolled into one of these pyramid schemes “that really was just another “Hopes and Dreams” pitch, and that is another story.

This became painfully clear when I was witness to such a salesman, who had a talk show, had published many books, had a strong following, had joined a newly launched MLM deal, was conducting a teleconference call with all the people he had recently recruited into this new opportunity MLM. On that call, he told all the 1000s of listeners to go to his friend and buy the leads they had allegedly pre interviewed at about $100 per 10 leads.

This was mid-1990s. I bought 100 of them at $1000 and called them all (another article) and the results were 80% insults, 15% hang ups and the rest no answers. Not one was aware of any interview and the rejection level was as high as it gets. This was a process that would eliminate anyone new to the MLM process from continuing on in any business. Rejection is a process only boiler room telemarketers and well-seasoned sales people can withstand. It is death to the average Mom and Pop trying their hand at MLM.

Emerging Markets, Paradigm Shifts, Trends and all the other annoying clichés.

There are two firmly entrenched trends that have been born in the Internet, because of the technology, the reach of technology and the emersion of the masses into the technology, primarily due to the Social Networks, that Customer Centricity and Inbound Marketing emerged. Think of them as brother and sister.

Customer Centricity (Think Amazon):

I have been advocating Customer Centricity for the Network Marketing industry for over 10 years now. Less than 1% of said industry understands it, the rest uninterested, and continue to promote the failed process of selling “Hopes and Dreams” of thinly veiled pyramid schemes with over priced products that rarely accomplish what they claim they do.

However there have been a few that moved towards the “customer centric”, but not fully with one in particular, abandoning the entire concept, only to find that decision is destroying the company as we speak, with commissions being cut consistently for the past 3 years, causing a drastic end to growth and a company in disarray. The other company built a customer option with infomercials, as a reward for their peak performers to acquire said such infomercial leads, which has dwindled due to current trends away from traditional Cable TV and Dish TV. Those 2 companies are Trivita and Beach Body.

Here is the summary of my Customer Centric proposal for this industry.

  1. First and foremost the company’s focus must be to “Serve the Needs of the Customer” not the distributors!
  2. Products that cost the distributors less than they sell them for on the open markets (like Ebay auctions)
  3. A virtual warehouse that supports the distributor allowing purchasing in bulk, at lower wholesale prices, keeping the inventory at the company, allowing for drop shipping.
  4. Offering co-op Advertising partnerships, to the distributors, allowing distributors to receive smaller shares of that traffic, that being customers and distributors from the results of mass marketing on the Internet. This has been done by a few other companies to great success. In other words, it works.
  5. Other mass marketing technology that now comes to full force are, 800 number platforms, self-replicated Amazon, Ebay, etc. accounts, shopping cart widgets for 3rd level distributors domains, and Social Marketing aps allowing purchase within Social Markets.


With the accelerated market place awash in innovation and technology, technology that puts the human element right into the center of the equation, you can understand why you see the MLM industry sluggish and many companies dying on the vine and others falling flat on their faces with their much heralded launches. Entrepreneurs (distributors) that once upon a time, a flashy video, a charming pitch man, and a compelling comp plan, worked to explode the next greatest MLM launch. Not anymore!

Not today.

It is only a matter of time a young bold, innovative entrepreneur launches the first true customer centric MLM similar to the framework I have discussed here. And when they do, the world will quake, the swamps will empty and the first multi trillion MLM enterprise will rise to stand head to toe with the great innovations today like Facebook, Google, PayPal etc.

Inbound Marketing:

Inbound Marketing is the most effective marketing method for doing business online. Inbound marketing focuses on creating quality content that pulls people toward your company and product, where they naturally want to be. By aligning the content you publish with your customer’s interests, you naturally attract inbound traffic that you can then convert, close, and delight quickly.

This is exactly what Markethive is but more. Markethive is the first newly discovered Market Network

What Is A Market Network?

“Marketplaces” provide transactions among multiple buyers and multiple sellers — like eBay, Etsy, Uber and LendingClub.

“Networks” provide profiles that project a person’s identity, then lets them communicate in a 360-degree pattern with other people in the network. Think Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

What’s unique about market networks is that they:

  1. Combine the main elements of both networks and marketplaces
  2. Use SaaS workflow software to focus action around longer-term projects, not just a quick transaction
  3. Promote the service provider as a differentiated individual, helping to build long-term relationships

The amazing timing of this entire process is the emerging of the first Market Network; “Markethive” and my friend “David Jordan’s” company Valentus the first real Customer Centric company.

Valentus is experiencing record growth and record time and by all indications is about to enter into “Momentum”. I credit all of this to the fact that Valentus has the foundational product that the markets support the retail price organically where distributors buy the product well below the market retail.

I know this all seems so complex, but in reality it is quite simple. Valentus’ explosive growth is because it is a real business based on Economics 101. “Buy low sell High”!

With the fusion of these two huge trends found in Markethive and Valentus, I give credit to this phenomena as to my ease in exploding the growth of my little “distributorship” in Valentus, breaking records in the first month and the meteoric growth of this organization because Inbound Marketing (Markethive) has found Customer Centricity (Valentus) and the rest will be historic.

If this article finds you the least bit excited, curious or at least amused, I invite you to find out yourself more about these two incredible trends and how they complement each other. Your curiosity will cost you nothing. Sign up for these two companies at the below addresses:



Entering a phone number will assure that I will call you to introduce myself and enjoy a 5-10 minute chat with you. I look forward to that, BTW.


Thomas Prendergast
CEO Markethive, Inc.




Thomas Prendergast

The spy in your inbox

Technology Lab —

The spy in your inbox

One PR company—and its tracking program—creep out an Ars writer.

BY: – 11/6/2012

Everything on the Internet is monitored in some way. Companies track what you do at work through deep packet inspection to make sure you don't wander into territory forbidden by company policy, or dump corporate data to a remote server just before you give notice. The Web pages you visit and the HTML-based mass e-mails you open are logged and tracked by advertisers and marketers. And your boss can tell if you've ever opened that urgent message or not.

But people usually don't throw it in your face and shatter whatever remaining illusions of privacy you might have, as someone did to my colleague Andrew Cunningham today."Oh, man, a PR person was just totally creepy at me," he interjected over IRC this morning.

The "creepy" was an e-mail that a media representative for a company called ContactMonkey sent on the heels of another one Cunningham had just opened. The second message included information about his location, the e-mail client he had used to open it, and the exact time it had been opened.

The message and the data were a demonstration of Bridge, a $5-a-month service that installs a plugin for Microsoft's Outlook 2010 mail client and for Google's Chrome browser for use with GMail. Bridge gives anyone the power to know those details for any message they send—or at least any message that lands in the inbox of someone who trustingly opens e-mails without blocking HTML-embedded images.

Invisible sprites

That's because Bridge uses an embedded graphic with a unique Web address to track each message. That Web address includes calls to ContactMonkey's tracker API, which include a message identifier and the e-mail address of the sender. When the recipient opens a tracked e-mail, it sends a secure Web request back to ContactMonkey's server identifying the message, and the server records the IP address that the message was opened from and the date and time. Then it pushes back data to the sender, including how many times the message was viewed, the geographic location it was viewed at (based on the IP address), and the type of client it was viewed from (based on what the mail client reports as its type when it makes the HTML request).

Using graphics to collect metrics is an old hack, going back to the "sprites" used on many early personal Web pages to track page views. Web request based tracking is also heavily used by both legitimate large-scale e-mailers and spam factories to collect information such as when and where e-mails are opened, and to test the "hit rate" for various subject lines and offer teases.

But ContactMonkey gets even more personal about it, because it identifies each recipient explicitly, and reports back directly on them. It's a technique akin to those used by some "spear-phishing" attacks to inject code into e-mails—no, it doesn't execute code on the client. But it does create a way to collect information that might be useful for stalking someone.

Sweeping for bugs

There's an easy way to block this sort of tracking with most mail clients. Microsoft Outlook, for example, will allow users to block embedded graphics in e-mails from all sources, or only display them in e-mails from sources in the user's contact list. Most companies will set their mail systems to block HTML-embedded objects in messages for security purposes.

Users of Apple's Mail app have a little less fine-grain control—unchecking "Display remote images in HTML messages" in Mail's "Viewing" preferences blocks all HTML-embedded images from loading when you open a message. But that's not the case with some mobile and Web-based mail clients—the iOS Mail app and Android 4's built-in mail client, for example, both open HTML enclosures by default.  That means if you open a bugged e-mail from a mobile device, the sender will be able to get information on where you are based on whatever IP address gets associated with your phone or tablet, whether it's via Wi-Fi or your cellular provider.

If you do get tracked and discover it, however, there are some interesting ways to disrupt the tracking. For example, you could clip the tracking tag from the email and post it as a graphic or link on a website.

But that something like Bridge can be so easily blocked, and that it takes advantage of technologies that most business users may consider to be a security threat, should be enough to discourage most legitimate users from trying to use the service. After all, it's really just a sneaky way of doing the same thing that a Return-Receipt-To e-mail header does, without giving the recipient a choice. And very few legitimate mass-mailers generate their e-mails from Outlook or GMail.

So that makes Bridge the provenance of a very narrow strip of users, one that includes stalkers, private investigators, ex-spouses and high-pressure salespeople—and the occasional public relations consultant.

Article originated from: http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2012/11/the-spy-in-your-inbox/

P.S. Email tracking (spying) is done right in your face with almost all the commercial email providers.

Marketing Depratment

P.S.S. Markethive does not employ spying techniques.



Thomas Prendergast

The Artist that came out of the Winter