Allen Williams on Mon 03 Apr 2017 CST | Cosmos
The Value of Cabinet Appointments in a Globalist World
Appointments to federal agencies serve a duplicate purpose, first to administer the tasks of the particular agency and more importantly to provide a lucrative payoff for services rendered to the winning candidate. To wit: “For years, CEI has called for numerous ways to increase federal savings by getting rid of programs that cost more than they deliver to the American people, such as: Green Climate Fund, The Economic Development Administration, OPIC” not to mention the departments of Consumer Affairs, Energy and Education.
US government cabinet appointments by the winner exist to provide cover for illicit and often illegal practices of globalist organizations. A prime example is The Wikileaks revelation that the Clinton Foundation with its ‘pay for play’ policy is involved in child trafficking. “The following site confirms that the trafficking of human beings that is being done in Haiti is not new. It is a multi-billion dollar operation that has been going on for a long time, of which the Clintons appear to being taking advantage.” Trafficking in Human Beings (INTERPOL – International Police Organization). And then there is Clinton Criminal Enterprise on Weiner’s Computer.
Political appointments to lucrative or prestigious government cabinet positions have been a longtime American practice that has increasingly fostered abuse under control of the corporations and financial powers known as the Committee of 300. The Obama administration has clearly led the way in these kinds of abuses. Additionally, cabinet posts may serve as a command center for managing a global effort to form a one-world government. The globalist push under Secretary Clinton to replace Syria’s Assad and Hillary’s uranium deal with the Russians is an example of how to take advantage of a position.
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