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Clinton Foundation Scandal Influences U.S. Funding of ISIS (4/4)

• According to The New York Times, The Clinton Foundation donors include Saudi Arabia (up to $50 million), United Arab Emirates (up to $11.5 million), and Qatar ($5.8 million).
• These are nations that are publicly considered allies of the USA. A year before Hillary's private speeches to Goldman Sachs, Clinton said of Saudi Arabia, “We consider the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a close and strategic partner in many of the critical issues facing our world today.” In 2010, the U.S. sold $60 billion in aircraft to Saudi Arabia and the next year agreed to another $33.4 billion deal. Clinton congratulated the UAE on its 40th National Day and said, “our two countries are working together to promote peace and security.” In 2011, a little over $4 billion in weapons and assorted military equipment was sold to the UAE. While serving as secretary of state, Clinton said, “Qatar is a friend and an ally of the United States.” In 2014, after Clinton left office, the U.S sold $11 billion in helicopters and anti-aircraft missiles to Qatar.

• Recent Wikileaks email leaks reveal the private transcript of a speech HRC gave to Goldman Sachs bankers in October of 2013. In the speech she references the Syria-based conflict: “We’ve got Iran with their agents in Hezbollah, and they’re being taken on by indigenous rebels but increasingly a collection of Jihadists who are funded by the Saudis, funded by the Emirates, funded by Qatar...”

• An eight-point plan to defeat ISIS in Iraq and Syria admits the same. Clinton’s email said, “While this military/para-military operation is moving forward, we need to use our diplomatic and more traditional intelligence assets to bring pressure on the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL and other radical Sunni groups in the region,” She continues, “The Qataris and Saudis will be put in a position of balancing policy between their ongoing competition to dominate the Sunni world and the consequences of serious U.S. pressure.”

• In summary, Russia’s public stance is that Syria is a Russian ally. By proxy through its allies, USA is funding ISIS. ISIS are taking advantage of the rebel fight against the Syrian government to destabilize the region in accordance to the goals of both Saudi Arabia and Qatar. If the US continues to finance opposition to Syria through military aggression (or a cyber attack), Russia will be forced to declare war on the USA.

• This series simply addresses the impact of The Clinton Foundation on US foreign policy. The question that is beyond the scope of this video is WHY the US is destabilizing the middle east. Speculating, the obvious answers lie behind the goals of GEORGE SOROS. Israel stands to benefit from disruption in the middle east that limits any one nation from gaining too much power as Iran was doing before the nuclear deal.

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