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“Death to America”

Leslie Brown

Some people’s desire for power knows no bounds, and without a moral compass to constrain them, the sky is the limit.

No one can argue against the danger against foreign campaign contributions, nor the hate for America that Iran has.

Then why in h*ll would be O.K. with a Presidential candidate for the United States being “in bed” Iran?
It strains credulity that this would even be an issue, but then again, look at how Obama got elected.

‘Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society.’~Aristotle

So, are we going to tolerate this, or do we care?

Enemies of Hillary Clinton waiting to discredit her bid for the White House are likely to seize on news that one of the biggest benefactors to the Clinton Foundation has been trading with Iran and may be in breach of US sanctions imposed on the country.

Ukrainian oligarch Victor Pinchuk, 54, has courted the Clintons for at least nine years – in the United States, the Alps and Ukraine.

Earlier this year, he was confirmed as the largest individual contributor to the Clinton Foundation, whose aims include the creation of “economic opportunity and growth”. He also has links to the Tony Blair Foundation and represented its biggest single donor in 2013….

Being denied access to US markets and the US banking system could prove catastrophic to Interpipe,(owned by Pinchuk), given that accountancy giant Ernst & Young has raised questions over its viability.

The person in charge of this list of non-US companies is the Secretary of State, who between 2009 to 2013 – the period during which Pinchuk’s company was trading with Iran – was Hillary Clinton.

In November 2014, the now-retired Republican congressman, Steve Stockman, wrote to the US Department of the Treasury, questioning Interpipe’s dealings with Iran.

Newsweek has seen a copy of that letter, in which Stockman refers to a “body of evidence” detailing “exports from Interpipe to Iranian entities” that “may have contravened US sanctions to Iran”.

Newsweek

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