Clinton, Soros, And The Political Puppet Show
Nusrat Jahan Progga
On the 16th of March, 2016 the WikiLeaks website inaugurated a searchable archive of over 30,000 emails & email attachments sent to and from Hillary Clinton’s private email server while she was serving as the 67th Secretary of State.
Among the heaps of new information a.k.a. “leaks” that the most politically popular website is continually publishing, is an email sent directly to Hillary Clinton while she was serving as U.S. Secretary of Defense, in January of 2011, from Hungarian-American business magnate and 23rd richest man in the world, George Soros. The e-mail in question was a part of a series of messages which reveals that billionaire Soros sent direct orders over the United States Foreign Policy to none other than the United States’ Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton.
Soros, a long time suspect of being the chief manipulator of dozens of foreign policy and open borders groups, seems to have sent a message through his “special advisor” (as listed on Soros’ Open Society Foundations website) Jonas Rolett, to then-State Department official Richard Verma. Mr. Verma then accordingly passed the message along to an e-mail chain which includes the likes of Hillary’s top foreign affairs advisor- Jacob Sullivan, her Deputy Chief of Staff- Huma Abedin, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs- Philip Gordon, as well as a recipient named “William J” who everyone believes to be William Joseph Burns who was then Deputy Secretary of State.The chain of e-mails starts off with Verma forwarding a message from Rolett saying “Below message is from George Soros for the Secretary. Understand his organization was sending through other channels as well”.
Rolett’s message is continued with the statement- “Rich, Here’s the text of the message. I’m available to talk at any time. Thanks, Jonas”.
The next message is what can be construed as instructions given to the Secretary of State, from George Soros, a Democratic Party donor who has given over $7 billion this election cycle-
A serious situation has arisen in Albania which needs urgent attention at senior levels of the US government. You may know that an opposition demonstration in Tirana on Friday resulted in the deaths of three people and the destruction of property. There are serious concerns about further unrest connected to a counter-demonstration to be organized by the governing party on Wednesday and a follow-up event by the opposition two days later to memorialize the victims. The prospect of tens of thousands of people entering the streets in an already inflamed political environment bodes ill for the return of public order and the country’s fragile democratic process.
I believe two things need to be done urgently:
1. Bring the full weight of the international community to bear on Prime Minister Berisha and opposition leader Edi Rama to forestall further public demonstrations and to tone down public pronouncements.
2. Appoint a senior European official as a mediator.
While I am concerned about the rhetoric being used by both sides, I am particularly worried about the actions of the Prime Minister. There is videotape of National Guard members firing on demonstrators from the roof of the Prime Ministry. The Prosecutor (appointed by the Democratic Party) has issued arrest warrants for the individuals in question. The Prime Minister had previously accused the opposition of intentionally murdering these activists as a provocation. After the tape came out deputies from his party accused the Prosecutor of planning a coup d’etat in collaboration with the opposition, a charge Mr. Berisha repeated today. No arrests have been made as of this writing.
The demonstration resulted from opposition protests over the conduct of parliamentary elections in 2009. The political environment has deteriorated ever since and is now approaching levels of 1997, when similar issues caused the country to slide into anarchy and violence. There are signs that Edi Rama’s control of his own people is slipping, which may lead to further violence.
The US and the EU must work in complete harmony over this, but given Albania’s European aspirations the EU must take the lead. That is why I suggest appointing a mediator such as Carl Bildt, Martti Ahtisaari or Miroslav Lajcak, all of whom have strong connections to the Balkans.
My foundation in Tirana is monitoring the situation closely and can provide independent analysis of the crisis.
By cross-referencing the contents of the aforementioned e-mail with the events that took place afterwards, one can detect the probability of a direct correlation between the “requests” made by George Soros in his e-mails and exactly all the things that occurred thereon after.
On January 22, 2011 the country of Albania was shaken up due to an anti-government protest outside the office of Sali Berisha, who served as the Prime Minister at that time. According to various sources, an estimated quarter of a million people took part in this protest, and the riot-act left hundreds injured, 3 people shot dead at near point blank range by the national police, and on the other hand- approximately 17 police officers were also injured during the clash.
This event wreaked havoc and drew in a lot of international attention, and that is exactly where George Soros and Hillary Clinton entered the scene. In the email above, it can be clearly seen that Soros is saying that Clinton and the U.S. government needs to
“bring the full weight of the international community to bear on Prime Minister Berisha and opposition leader Edi Rama to forestall further public demonstrations and to tone down public pronouncements.”
Soros then goes on to express that even though he was distressed by both of their doings, he was “particularly worried about the actions of the Prime Minister” and holds Berisha accountable for “intentionally murdering” the 3 activists who died “as a provocation” and ever-so-politely asks Clinton to “appoint a senior European official as mediator.”
To add some perspective here, what we just witnessed is Soros requesting Clinton to assign a leader from within the European Union, which is a socialist Union, to waltz in and handle the chaos.
Before I go on to explain why this is important, read how Soros concludes his email by an explanation-
“Edi Rama’s control of his own people is slipping, which may lead to further violence…The US and the EU must work in complete harmony over this (to prevent this), but given Albania’s European aspirations the EU must take the lead. That is why I suggest appointing a mediator such as Carl Bildt. Martti Ahtisaari or Miroslav Lajcak.”
Now why are all the above-mentioned e-mails so important? Edi Rama was the leader of the Socialist Party in Albania and George Soros is an open progressive Socialist who has spent billions of dollars behind his socialist causes and to support the spread of Socialism over various countries.
With that being said, I hope that it is safe to conclude that Miroslav Lajcak, a Slovak diplomat and the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovakia, ending up as the mediator, and Edi Rama ending up as the Prime Minister of Albania was almost certainly connected to various requests made in the myriads of classified e-mails exchanged.
And all of it should be no surprise as Soros is known for using and manipulating major world events so that they suit both his ideological and financial interests, and since Hillary Clinton has been most-recently accused of pay-to-play politics post-email-leaks.
This particular e-mail is the perfect example of how some world leaders and select group of influential people are in cahoots in order to politically fund their own interests, and how they hold the power to overthrow and appoint other powerful people just like them, as per their needs. What is even more concerning is that this whole thing is not just another conspiracy theory, but a truth that is right under our noses.