Hillary Clinton’s emails reveal link with Qatari royal family

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Emails of former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton published by the State Department expose that the Qatari Royal family made efforts to befriend the American politician through former British PM Tony Blair’s spouse, Cherie Blair.

Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser al-Missned, a wife of the former emir of Qatar and mother of the ruling emir, Sheikh Tamin bin Hamad Al-Thani, established contact with Clinton via Cherie Blair.

The Blair and Clinton families have been political and personal friends since the 1990s.

“Sheika Moser (Sheikha Mozah) has approached me privately saying they are keen to get their relationship with the USA onto a more positive footing and she was hoping for a ‘women to women’ one to one private meeting with you,” Cherie Blair wrote to Clinton in May 2009. “I am sure the conversation would not be confined to these issues but would be about the U.S./Qatar relationship generally,” Blair wrote, mentioning joint philanthropic interests among issues Clinton and Mozah could talk about.

Blair did her best to persuade Hillary Clinton to get acquainted with “someone who has real influence in Qatar,” the newly-released documents show.

“I could make time to meet in DC during the weeks of June 8th and 15th. Would that work?” Clinton gave in on May 26, promising to rearrange her schedule to “fit her time.”

Yet Sheikha Mozah was unable to meet with Clinton on suggested dates in June 2009 “due to prior commitments” and proposed to meet “immediately after Ramadan/Eid week of September 27, 2009.”

Altogether, on Tuesday the State Department released over 1,900 of Clinton’s emails (3,000 pages). Within this bulk of information, there are 19 emails that have to do with Clinton/ Mozah getting acquainted with each other.

Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned, wife of Former Qatar's Amir Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani (Reuters / Thomas Peter)

Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned, wife of Former Qatar’s Amir Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani (Reuters / Thomas Peter)

The royal Al-Thanis family of Qatar is known for its fabulous wealth gathered on the back of the petroleum and liquefied natural gas trade.Over the last decades, Qatar rulers spent billions on increasing its influence in Western capitals. Particularly heavily Al-Thanis invested in London,the Guardianclaims.

The scale of the Qatar royal family’s investment in the British capital remains largely unknown. Al-Thanis own Harrods, the Olympic village and Shard completely, along with certain property in Hyde Park. A quarter of Sainsbury’s, large share of Barclays and 8 percent of the London Stock Exchange all belong to them, as well as the US embassy building in Grosvenor Square.

Earlier this year it emerged that the Clinton Foundation allegedly received multiple foreign donations during Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

A newly-released book accused the Clinton Foundation, run by presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, her husband Bill Clinton, and their daughter Chelsea, of accepting quid pro quo donations from foreign sources while Hillary was secretary of state.

It was revealed that governments that had received frequent criticism from the State Department for repressive policies – countries like Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar – had donated to the Clinton Foundation and gained State Department clearance to buy caches of American-made weapons.

In late May, the FIFA corruption scandal also cast its shadow over the Clintons, as it emerged that the Clinton Foundation received at least $50,000 and as much as $100,000 from the football governing body.

“I don’t think there’s anything sinister in trying to get wealthy people in countries that are seriously involved in development to spend their money wisely in a way that helps poor people and lifts them up,” Hillary Clinton told NBC News in May.

The Guardian reports that Blair family has done some favors for Qatar’s rulers, too.

Although Tony Blair stepped down from his post as PM in 2007, his influence remains in place. In 2012 he brokered a $50-billion commodities deal between Glencore and Xstrata, which brought him $1 million.

Later the same year the former Labor leader assisted the Qataris in getting a share in a £1-billion-valued group owning such prestigious hotel as Berkeley, Claridge’s and Connaught, the Guardian claims.

The Blairs’ charitable Faith Foundation, aimed at combating religious extremism, does not hesitate to accept donations from anyone, be it Rupert Murdoch or Ukrainian oligarchs.

In this regard, the Faith Foundation mirrors the Clinton Foundation, set up by the former US President Bill Clinton after leaving his post in 2001.

From 2009 up to 2013, the year the Ukrainian crisis erupted, the Clinton Foundation received at least $8.6 million from the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, which is headquartered in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, a new report claims.

READ MORE: Ukraine oligarch ‘top cash contributor’ to Clinton Foundation prior to Kiev crisis

The Clinton Foundation’s donor list includes some 200,000 names, among them foreign financial institutions and Wall Street-based financial organizations, international energy conglomerates and governments, the government of Qatar included, which allegedly has given between $1 million and $5 million in donations to the Clintons.

Students SHOCKED When They See Which Candidate Lives in Multimillion Dollar Mansions

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Students Consider Changing Their Vote in 2016 After Learning Hillary Lives in Multimillion Dollar Mansions


Last year, Hillary Clinton claimed she and her husband were “dead broke.” She paints a picture of being the average man’s Robin Hood, stealing from the rich to give to the poor. She pretends she understands what it’s like to live a modest, even border-line poverty, lifestyle.

So why would the average American doubt her claims that she can lower taxes for the poor and have the upper class make up the difference? Why wouldn’t someone believe that she is a champion for the underdog?

The Leadership Institute’s Campus Reform recently proved to the American public that Hillary isn’t all she’s cracked up to be. Young people in the nation’s capital were asked to match the presidential candidate with the mansion he or she has lived in. They automatically went for the Republican candidates like Trump, Rubio, and Bush.

Boy, were they wrong!

Another Clinton Associate Found Dead, ‘Body Count’ Increases


Before you read this post, we wanted to make sure that everyone that did take the time to read it, understood that this has definitely come under scrutiny and major critique, as it should.

New reports and documents have cause many to question if the Clintons used violence to have power and stay in power.

46 people close to the Clintons have lost their lives in mysterious ways during their political ascent. Eight of these people were personal bodyguards to the family.
Many of these victims are people who had dirt on the Clintons, and could have done major damage to the couple had they spoken out.

An example of this is Mary Mahoney, a former White House intern who was murdered execution style at the Starbucks she was managing in 1997. Mahoney served as an intern during the early days of the Clinton presidency from 1992-1995. A proud lesbian, she became a den mother of sorts to the other female interns, many of whom would come crying to her after Clinton made sexual advances to them.

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Had she lived, Mahoney could have been a key witness against Clinton in his impeachment. How convenient for the Clintons that she was murdered…

There have also been an unusual amount of “suicides” in people surrounding the Clintons. These include Vincent Foster, the White House Counsel who died in an apparent suicide in 1993.

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While official reports say it was suicide by gunshot, the person who found Foster’s body has repeatedly stated that there was no gun found at the scene.

Foster was originally from Arkansas, and had worked at the same law firm as Bill in their younger days. He also knew intimate details about the Clinton’s finances, and was INVESTIGATING these finances in the days before his death. In fact, Foster made a mysterious phone call to Hillary just hours before his death.

Finally, the “suicide note” found at the scene of Foster’s death has since been revealed to be a forgery.

Perhaps Foster stumbled upon a major flaw in the Clinton’s finances, then called Hillary to tell her about it. Hours later, he was dead…

This Clinton body count is CONTINUING to grow to this day. As Hillary prepares for a possible presidential run, we can only advise that those with close ties to the Clintons watch their backs…


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Written by Michelle Jesse on June 23, 2015

Just hours after 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton finally weighed in on the Confederate flag controversy, new evidence is surfacing that causes us to say, hey wait a minute…

As ABC News reported this morning:

Hillary Clinton, a Democrat, weighed in on the South Carolina confederate flag debate back in 2007 and still holds the view that it should be removed.

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So, if Hillary’s been such a leading advocate for the flag’s removal since 2007, what’s up with her campaign buttons featuring the flag — from 2008?

One merchant on eBay is offering campaign buttons from 2008 that were purportedly produced by supporters of Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president. One is advertised as a souvenir of the Arkansas Travelers, a Clinton-backed group that traveled from Arkansas to support both Bill and Hillary Clinton’s presidential runs. The button features the Confederate flag behind the message: “Arkansas Travelers In Support of Hillary Clinton for President South Carolina 2008.”

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Breitbart News has contacted the seller, who vouches for the button’s authenticity.

Another item purports to be a button supporting Hillary Clinton in Alabama in 2008. It features a Confederate flag behind a map of the state and a portrait of Clinton, above the slogan, “Heritage not Hate.” (Barack Obama won that state’s primary.)

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n addition, campaign merchandise featuring Bill Clinton and the Confederate flag has surfaced widely across the Internet.

There is no indication that the Clintons ever discouraged Confederate flag-themed merchandise being produced in support of their respective candidacies.

A leader with the strong convictions about the flag — as Hillary claims to have had dating back to 2007 — surely would have, at a minimum, discouraged such merchandise bearing her name. Yet she appears to have been silent on the issue — when it served her in reaching a particular voting constituent in 2008 (and she still lost).

Today she’s also silent on her husband’s use of the flag on his 1992 campaign buttons AND his support of the flag during his tenure as Arkansas governor, when Bill Clinton observed Confederate Flag Day and signed a bill affirming that “The blue star above the word ‘ARKANSAS’ is to commemorate the Confederate States of America.

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Wouldn’t it be interesting to hear Hillary’s current take on these historic memorabilia? Too bad it’s unlikely the candidate will be asked about them. Because the only thing as predictable as the Clintons’ propensity for playing loose with the facts — even in the face of tangible evidence to the contrary — is the mainstream media’s willingness to let them.