Predatory charity…..big thumbs up+!
Barbara Alexander
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In this case the reputation and military force of the U.S. has been used to benefit specific companies donating to the Clinton Foundation. The ROI for these companies doesn’t appear to be that great. Many, like the Firmenich perfumers, may not get any benefit at all, or the benefit may be hidden — publically the very thin cover story is the lime trees, but behind the scenes, the company may have sourced a rare animal or ocean product that required government influence. The Caracol Industrial Park I referenced is an environmental disaster and the people working in the Korean clothing factories were formerly fishers and farmers. Their way of life and environment has been ruined for pitiful, extremely low wages and a lifetime of boring, repetitive work. It has been reported these factories operate 24 hours a day.

I haven’t had the heart to look at Bush-affiliated entities but all the hallmarks are there that they too, will have been involved in some of these types of transactions. Without setting up any type of big data, if I didn’t know better, the evidence points to an agreement that the Bushes and their circle had negotiated with Clintons and their circle to split up or not duplicate efforts in various industries. Clintons appear to be food, pharma, clothing and communications. Bushes I am almost positive, are going to be found in energy (fossil fuel), defense contracting, and heavy construction.

This stuff has nothing to do with “American companies bribing them.” These companies are not American unless by accident or circumstance. It is whoever pays them at an auspicious time. Clinton’s biggest partner is Canadian Frank Giustra, and the bank associated is HSBC, the British bank. The country most preyed-upon that we know of is Haiti.

The poorest region on earth, Sub-Saharan Africa, is the target for the pharmaceutical warfare that has gone on with the HIV/AIDS drugs. The companies that Clinton Foundation contracts with are all Indian generic manufacturers with the exception of Mylan. This is the Epipen company. The CEO is the daughter of Sen. Joe Manchin.

I haven’t written about the CHAI AIDS and other drugs because I do not fully understand the scheme. It is extremely complex and is the brainchild of Bill Clinton & Ira Magaziner, his friend from Oxford days. Mr. Magaziner is an “expert” in healthcare and was one of the prime movers behind the failed health reform efforts led by Mrs. Clinton during her husband’s White House term.

Michael Smith, Australian journalist who lost his radio job for questioning tens of $millions AUD expended by his country to the Clinton Foundation for HIV/AIDS work in Southeast Asia and the south Pacific, has exhaustively documented how vast sums of Australia’s taxpayer dollars were given to Clinton Foundation’s control. The money was primarily intended to help Papua New Guinea — like Haiti, one of the world’s poorest countries. Papua New Guinea is seeking legal action because they — also like Haiti — know there was a lot of money provided but they have seen no benefit. One report Mr. Smith discovered identified 176 children with AIDS that had been treated by one clinic. That clinic turned out to be paid for by the PNG government. Not Clinton Foundation (the MO). So it’s ripoffs 3 ways: Australian taxpayers, Papua New Guinea residents, and U.S./EU taxpayers that are paying into UNITAID, the primary funder of CF AIDS (I’m too lazy to type “CHAI” — it’s all the same s**t).

In 300 words, Bernie Sanders described “economic warfare” yesterday when he wrote about Wells Fargo’s scam perpetrated on over 2 million customers.

That’s here in the U.S. Abroad, President Clinton has used his influence and our country’s name, military might and reputation to force over 70 countries to buy the HIV/AIDS and other drugs from the 4 manufacturers. These are not sold at a loss. It has already been reported that many of the drugs were adulterated or simply did not work. This type of “help” is certainly worse than no drug at all as it takes precious economic resources for the profit of the foreign companies and predatory multinational (Mylan) and for Clinton and his friends.

In Haiti, it has already been extensively reported that Clayton Homes, owned by Warren “My Secretary pays more taxes than I do!” Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, received $1 million and delivered 20 substandard, formaldehyde-laced trailers. Buffett has made a specialty of mobile homes — construction, financing, and predatory behavior all around. This is the same company that delivered cheap, formaldehyde filled trailers to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. They received a $46 billion FEMA contract to do that. The eventual payout after numerous illnesses & deaths of those forced to live in the trailers was $42.6 million (i.e. less than 1% an acceptable amount to Buffett I am sure). Do not think his stock loss of $1.6 billion the other day due to Wells Fargo was “acceptable” and I hope that vicious old bastard has plenty of agita over it.

Warren Buffett isn’t an American. He’s a rich, dishonest, evil old man .

What he does, is economic warfare and his goal is to win.

As we all know “you can’t take it with you” and those of us who are Christian are familiar with the Gospel teaching that “It’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to get into heaven.”

This is why. It kills more people and destroys more lives, more slowly, than almost any all-out physical warfare.

As to Americans who don’t know much about foreign countries, or the 2 million people who donated in good faith to the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund and other projects — the joke is on them as well. I have found few, if any, Clinton Foundation projects that were not paid for directly by a donor (like the Firmenich pass-through + speech fee and the Haiti Coffee Academy deal with Todd Carmichael/La Colombe Torrefaction), but most especially, but the U.S. or other governments. I.e. taxpayer dollars. Taxpayer dollars went to Berkshire Hathaway for those poison trailers in Haiti and New Orleans. Taxpayer dollars pay for the AIDS and other drugs in complicated transactions that benefit the companies, only one of which has anything to do with the United States (Mylan).

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