Hillary leaves tracks in the oil
|Hillary Clinton, as Secretary of State, meeting with Saudi Arabia.|
By Brenda Norrell
Translation into Dutch at Alice Holemans, NAIS
Update 2016: Also see 21 new revelations about Hillaey's ties to hidden uranium mi g and exploitation of Indigenous lands
While Secretary of the State Department, Hillary Clinton orchestrated a spy network targeting Indigenous activists throughout the Americas who were defending their homelands from drilling, mining and development. Those targeted in the dragnet spanned the Americas, from the Mohawks in Canada to Mapuche in Chile.
Further, while Indigenous Peoples were dying defending their lands from mining in Peru, the US and four other countries met as a pro-mining alliance in Peru and reported in to Hillary Clinton, as exposed in the Wikileaks cables.
Now, a Swiss banking leak reveals that the Clinton Foundation has received millions from Canadian mining magnate Frank Giusta. Further, a top donor to the Clinton Foundation is Saudi Arabia, a country leading in human rights violations which has teamed up with the United States to orchestrate a regime partnership.
The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation now has $277 million in assets. The Charity Index says it can not consider it a non-profit.
Bill Clinton and Canadian mining magnate Frank Giustra posed as humanitarians while Giustra bilked Indigenous Peoples globally out of their lands and resources for gold and copper mining. Then, millions flowed into the Clinton Foundation from Giustra.
Now, the Clinton Foundations' Saudi Arabia financiers have been exposed. Saudi Arabia is the world's number one producer of oil, and has the second largest oil deposits, with Venezuela having the largest.
Further, the Clinton Foundation received hundreds of thousands of dollars from an agency promoting the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, according to exposure by the Wall Street Journal.
The Clinton Foundation's number one donor is The Children's Investment Fund Foundation, a hedge fund of steel, coal and energy investors.