Wednesday, August 09, 2017
Soros-McMaster connection exposed
From September 2006 to February 2017, McMaster is listed as consulting senior fellow for the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). The IISS defines itself as a “world-leading authority on global security, political risk and military conflict.”
This week, after questions addressed to them by Breitbart, the IISS site added George Soros' Open Society Foundation to its list of donors.
The fund has appeared on this list in the past but was deleted from it on an unknown date. Plowshares is also on the list of donors, although both they and the Open Society Foundation include the IISS in their list of contributors.
Plowshares played a vital role in marketing the nuclear deal with Iran to the American public, as revealed by Ben Rhodes, Barack Obama's National Security Advisor, to the New York Times Magazine. Rhodes said the fund helped recruit a network of experts who spoke to journalists "who often had no idea between their right and left" and sold the agreement through them.
McMaster objected to the use of the term "Islamic terrorism," and recently fired three members of the National Security Council who held a firm line against Iran. Caroline Glick reported this week on her Facebook that he replaced them with characters like Kris Bauman, whom she described as "Israel hater and Hamas supporter." McMaster is the man who convinced Donald Trump not to allow Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to accompany Trump when he visited the Western Wall.
The Zionist Organization of America announced that it would conduct a comprehensive investigation into McMaster's positions on various issues throughout his career.
Among US conservatives a negative opinion is forming against McMaster, and on social networks one can hear voices calling him a "traitor" and demanding his dismissal.