Muslim bribes to Clintons

Muslim bribes to the Clintons.

The Muslim bribes piggyback on Muslim oil money that flows not only to construction budgets to build mosques around the world but also to the pockets of unscrupulous Western politicians, administrations, and academia, to buy influences with the immediate goal of Islamization of the West, and the ultimate goal of Islamization of the world. Clinton Foundation is a prime example of a Western institution under the manipulative forces at play.

1. Big donors, secret donors.

Foreign Country Donations To The Clinton FoundationAccording to Public Citizen‘s analysis, each donor raised at least $100,000 on average for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign. The Clinton Foundation, formed in 2001 by former president Bill Clinton, was in the spotlight for its fundraising activities even back in late 2008 when then President-elect Barack Obama was nominating Hillary Clinton to be US Secretary of State. The Republicans criticized that the foundation’s donors were kept secret, portending the apparent conflicts of interest. The Clintons then sealed a deal with the Obama administration to begin posting donors online, which it no longer does, and also to accept some restrictions, which have been removed, on financial supports from foreign governments.

Since its inception til 2014, the foundation has raised nearly $2 billion, of which, one third of the donors came from foreign sources who were legally prohibited from giving money to U.S. political candidates, to prevent potential outside influence over national leaders. However, the foundation has given donors a way to potentially gain favor with the Clintons outside the traditional political limits.

The total, representing cash and pledges reported in tax filings, includes $262 million that was raised in 2013 alone, when Hillary Clinton, having just completed her role as US Secretary of State, began devoting her energies to the foundation and to the 2nd run for US Presidency. Nearly half of the major donors promoting her presidential bids, both for 2016 (via “Ready for Hillary”) and 2008 campaigns, have given at least $10,000 to the foundation. Out of nearly 300,000 contributors, half of those who donated more than $5 million were from foreign countries.

The foundation’s tax records showed $1.69 billion raised between 2001 and 2013, the last year for which documents are available. The foundation identifies its donors within broad ranges, $1 million to $5 million and greater than $25 million, for instance. The most recent filings showed nine new major donors, including one who gave $15 million. Their giving totaled more than $60 million. Again, the donors’ names were hidden, altered, or redacted in the filings, copied from the Clinton Presidential Center. And the foundation tallies the giving of each donor only cumulatively, making it difficult to track trends in giving over time. As a result, it is not possible to determine how much particular donors contributed in the months since Hillary Clinton joined the foundation in 2013.

2. Donations from Mideast Arab nations.

Algeria, which was under heavy criticism for its labor and human rights violations, spent $422,097 lobbying U.S. government officials on human rights issues and U.S.-Algerian relations. State Department meetings in 2010 held with lobbyists including top political appointees representing the country, with 12 visits to department officials that year.  Incidentally, a 2010 State Department report on human rights in Algeria noted that “principal human rights problems included restrictions on freedom of assembly and association” and cited reports of arbitrary killings, widespread corruption and a lack of transparency. Mr. Craig Minassian, the foundation’s spokesperson, admitted that Algeria’s embassy in Washington sent an unsolicited check to the Clinton Foundation Haiti Relief Fund shortly after an earthquake hit that nation on Jan. 12, 2010 and added that Foundation officials did not seek pre-approval from the Obama administration “because of the urgency of Haiti’s needs.” Algeria has not donated since.

Qatar, which was under criticism for its support of Hamas and other militant groups. spent more than $5.3 million on registered lobbyists while Hillary was Secretary of State.

Between 2001 and 2014 Middle Eastern countries gave $18 million to $50 million to the Clinton Foundation, accounting for 1.4 to 4 percent of contributions over the period. The foundation says that Saudi Arabia has donated $10 million to $25 million between 2001 and 2014, while Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates each gave $1 million to $5 million. In addition, former longtime UAE President Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and Nasser Al-Rashid, an adviser to the Saudi royal family, each has donated $1 million to $5 million.

Country Donations to Clinton Foundation 
Saudi Arabia $10 million to $25 million
Qatar $1 million to $5 million
Oman $1 million to $5 million
UAE $1 million to $5 million

3. Dubious intention in philanthropic givings.

The contributions from the four Arab governments to the Clinton Foundation was five times what they donated to the much larger International Committee for the Red Cross. Indeed, the same nations gave about $6.82 million to the International Committee for the Red Cross, accounting for less than 1 percent of the $11.2 billion in contributions the organization received.

Other notable international non-profit philanthropies, including the Washington-based Habitat for Humanity, the UK-based Save the Children International and Oxfam International; the Washington state-based World Vision International, the Georgia-based Task Force for Global Health, the Virginia-based Project Hope, the Paris-based Doctors Without Borders (whose physicians have put their lives in peril to treat Ebola victims in West Africa and Muslim countries), reported absolutely no donation from those Arab governments.

Even though these Arab countries are ranked at the top 20 donors to the Clinton Foundation, none of them were in the top contributors to other major charities examined:

Organization Total Reports (2003-2013)
Doctors without Borders $9.28 billion <- None from Arab countries
Save the Children $4.51 billion <- None from Arab  countries
World Vision International $5.34 billion <- None from Arab  countries
Task Force for Global Health $5.58 billion <- None from Arab  countries
Habitat for Humanity $1.44 billion <- None from Arab countries
Project Hope $1.96 billion <- None from Arab  countries
Oxfam International $4.76 billion <- None from Arab countries

4. US Government is for sale.

Meet Friends of Arabia, or FSA, a public-relations agency of the Saudi Arabia’s government.
Friends of Saudi Arabia’s former CEO, Dr. Michael Saba, denied that the nonprofit ever made the contribution and suggested that the group’s founders, which included members of the Saudi royal family, made the donation before filing papers with the IRS. For three years, the now-defunct FSA functioned as a propaganda tool for the Saudis. Obviously, an agency was formed specifically for the purpose of bribing the US government on a particular mission and quickly dissolved afterwards.

A 2005 tax form identified Dr. Selwa Al-Hazzaa, head of the ophthalmology department at King Faisal Specialist Hospital, as chairman of the board, appointed in 2013 by Saudi King Abdullah, shortly after women were allowed to join the body. Thus, a direct and deep connection between the agency and the Saudi royal family signified the utmost importance of managing American public opinions in its view.

Muna Abu Soliman, aka “Saudi Arabia’s Oprah,” has served as FSA’s director since 2004. She went on to found a charity on behalf of the Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a leading member of the royal family who was financing pro-Arab curricula in U.S. schools when FSA launched. In 2011, US State Department issued a report stating that “societal discrimination based on widespread gender segregation excluded women from most aspects of public life” in Saudi Arabia. FSA, headed by Al-Hazza and Soliman, worked to damage control and counter such assessment. “Our elected officials here in the United States and a lot of their diplomats seem to be having a difficult time reconnecting between Saudi Arabia and the United States, and there are a lot of insurgent countries continuing to drive a wedge between us,” (Oh reallyy !?) said Hall Delano Roosevelt, the group’s spokeperson in 2006, “There’s a vast difference between what does go on in Saudi Arabia and what is being portrayed to us through the media.” (vast difference? must be bench-marked in millimeters? micrometers?).

Sabe denied making contributions of more than $2.35 million on behalf of FSA during its three-year existence from 2005 to 2007, according to IRS documents, as the tax filings contain no record of the contribution. Saba suggests that FSA might have made the donation to the Clinton Foundation unofficially under organizational names or the Clinton Foundation might have just mistakenly overstated the fund. However, according to The Wall Street Journal, the foundation had accepted such donations on frequent basis throughout Hillary’s term as US Secretary of State. The specific pattern in which governments and private entities received favorable treatment by the State Department after donating heavily to the foundation was detailed by Peter Schweizer’s book, Clinton Cash.

Dr. Ali Alyami, executive director of the Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CDHR) in Saudi Arabia, simply stated, “Our [US] government and our people are for sale, and the Saudis know how to buy.

5. Donations from individual Muslims.

Along this year for the annual foundation trip abroad, is Hadeel Ibrahim, daughter of the former telecom executive and billionaire Mo Ibrahim who also sits on the board of the Clinton Foundation. Hadeel has become a close friend of Chelsea Clinton’s through their charity work, and has spent Thanksgiving with the Clintons at their home in Chappaqua, according to a profile in Vogue. She is the founding executive director of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, and started the Africa Center in New York City. Others in the delegation include wealthy Ugandan Rumi Verjee, who made his fortune franchising Domino’s Pizza in England and whose own foundation donated between $500,000 and $1 million to the Clinton Foundation; and foundation donors Omar and Kathleen Saeed.

6. Extravagant spendings

Still, more donors and supporters will participate in the Marrakesh conference (in Morocco). A four-month trip with Bill and Chelsea Clinton to Africa. Splashy Clinton Global Initiative conference in Marrakesh, an equally splashy conference in Athens in June, and finally a September extravaganza in Manhattan featuring an appearance by Elton John.

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The travel costs were $11,569,213 and $10,978,898 for 2012 and 2011, respectively, while salaries and benefits were $50,184,635 and $45,633,512 for those same years. That figure was about 5 percent of $234,169,266 the Clinton Foundation raised in 2012, but 10 percent of its expenses for that year, for example. The foundation insisted that there was no apparent industry standard for nongovernmental organizations and travel.

Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation Consolidated Statements of Functional Expenses Years Ended December 31, 2012 and 2011 

 

2012

 Program Service Expense
Salaries and benefits  50,184,635
Direct program expenditures  20,903,284
Professional and consulting   8,790,735
Conferences and events   8,659,058
UNITAID commodities expense  67,681,583
Procurement and shipping   2,080,693
Travel   11,569,213
Meetings and trainings  5,202,847
Totals   200,871,074

2011

 Program Service Expense
Salaries and benefits  45,633,512
Direct program expenditures  18,230,373
Professional and consulting   7,408,004
Conferences and events   9,606,273
UNITAID commodities expense  108,338,087
Procurement and shipping   181,320
Travel   10,978,898
Meetings and trainings  2,882,739
Totals  231,717,377

7. Flagrant violations of ethics and federal laws.

“Should Secretary Clinton decide to run for office, we will continue to ensure the foundation’s policies and practices regarding support from international partners are appropriate, just as we did when she served as secretary of state,” said Mr. Craig Minassian. However, no such precautions were in place during Hillary Clinton’s first run for the presidency in the first five months of 2008. A Clinton Foundation official who was not authorized to speak on the record said that Oman donated to one of its major programs, the Clinton Global Initiative, during that period but did not disclose the amount.

The Republican National Committee indicated that the dirty money from those Arab governments was a “massive” conflict of interest. “When that 3 a.m. phone call comes, do voters really want to have a president on the line who took truckloads of cash from other countries? Absolutely not,” lamented its spokesman, Mr. Michael Short.

The Humphrey Institute’s Jacobs, joining the chorus of criticism, called it puzzling that, after President Clinton was embroiled in controversy over foreign campaign donations and other controversies in the 1990s, the Clintons would once again skirt the lines of propriety. Indeed, after John Kerry became Hillary’s successor, Mrs. Jen Psaki , US Department of State, acknowledged both that the Clinton Foundation had violated its Ethics Agreement with the Obama Administration and that the “foundation’s commitment to the ethics agreement has been over and above the letter of the law.” As traditionally understood and implemented across the federal and state governments, ethics agreements should go well above the “letter of the law”. The standard of ethics at the Cabinet level of government service and at the leadership level of responsible American philanthropy was “to avoid even an appearance of conflict of interest”. The Clintons, on the other hand, have tried to defend not only their apparently violated “appearance of conflict of interest” of but also the actuality of conflict of interest, by saying “there’s no law against it.”

With the involvements with the Benghazi attack and the debacle of  classified emails, Hillary Clinton looks increasingly more like a criminal than an average law-abiding American, much less a U.S. Presidential material. American voters, please vote wisely 2016!

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