Report: Clinton Global Initiative Will Provide Humanitarian Aid, Help Rebuild Ukraine
The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) has launched a new endeavor that will provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine and help it rebuild in the midst of Russia’s ongoing invasion.
Plans to launch the CGI Ukraine Action Network were announced in New York on Monday as part of the initiative’s theme of “Keep Going.”
The project is part of an ongoing collaboration between former First Lady Hillary Clinton and Olena Zelenska, the first lady of Ukraine.
The network will mobilize current partners of CGI and other new world leaders, according to ABC News, “to create and finance new commitments for Ukrainians.”
The CGI Ukraine Action Network will be formally announced on Tuesday along with “numerous monetary commitments for Ukraine.”
Clinton Global Initiative announces new proposal to help rebuild Ukraine, provide humanitarian support https://t.co/vkg0gf4tIz
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 19, 2023
Clinton Global Initiative Will Help ‘Rebuild’ Ukraine
Congratulations to the Clintons on finally finding a way to profit – allegedly – from the war between Ukraine and Russia. If anything, it took longer than one would have expected.
Granted, there are obvious questions here.
Why would Ukraine need charity donations or “monetary commitments” from the Clinton Global Initiative when they’ve had an open spigot of funding from the Biden administration to the tune of over $135 billion?
Also, people in Haiti must be wondering, “Are you serious?” The Guardian reported that ten years after the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010, promised aid, including that from the Clinton Foundation, had resulted in complete failure.
Just like they helped Haiti -???
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) September 18, 2023
Those failures in Haiti included an industrial park that “failed to deliver the economic transformation the Clintons promised” and a port that was “quietly abandoned” despite “tens of millions of dollars” being thrown at it.
Author Antony Loewenstein wrote that the result of those failures left many Haitians living “in a state of despair and daily desperation.”
With that behind them, the former President Bill Clinton voiced his version of a plea to “Keep Going.”
“Giving up and giving in is a surefire guarantee that we will not make progress on the major challenges that face us,” he said. “Being distracted and majoring in the minors may be momentary good policy, but it’s a terrible way to run a railroad — or a country.”
Guess there’s no more money to be made in Haiti. Hello, Ukraine!
The Clinton Global Initiative was a vehicle for the Clinton, Inc. money laundering operation. Law enforcement should be very suspicious of anyone involved in this racket. https://t.co/rsvIsHJYIL
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) September 18, 2023
Let’s Hope Hillary Doesn’t ‘Rebuild’ Ukraine The Way She Did Libya
As for experience in “rebuilding” nations, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has supported war efforts just about everywhere in the last several decades, including Iraq, Syria, and Libya.
The Cato Insititute in 2020 described the ongoing “destruction” of Libya following the Obama administration’s war as belonging to Hillary “more than anyone else.”
Then, of course, there was the famous Hillary cackle when she celebrated the death of Moammar Gaddafi: “We came, we saw, he died!”
Video of the moment Hillary Clinton learned — as a result of the war she insisted Obama join — that Muammar Gaddafi had been killed by a street mob (after Obama vowed it wasn’t a regime-change war).
This left behind a decade of slavery, ISIS and anarchy in Libya. Anyway… pic.twitter.com/8s9NKVDwVc
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) March 22, 2023
That’s the nation “rebuilder” right there.
Hillary, now siding with Ukraine, has come a long way since her days of being a big supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
An email previously unearthed by Judicial Watch shows a Clinton Foundation invite list of attendees to the 2009 Clinton Global Initiative meeting.
Among those guests making the cut for the “first round of invitations” were Mikhail Gorbachev, the late former President of the Soviet Union, Dmitriy Medvedev, then President of Russia, and Vladimir Putin, then Prime Minister.
Those are the kind of former connections the media would intently focus on if say, this were an invite list to an event from a foundation created by Donald Trump.
But this grift will go unanalyzed.
Some of the past seedy allegations against the Clinton Foundation include a $12 million donation from the King of Morocco in exchange for a meeting, a $1 million “gift” from Qatar, and special consideration for “Friends of Bill” after the aforementioned earthquake in Haiti.
What will Ukraine have to pay for the “privilege” of having the Clintons take part in the reconstruction of their country?
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