Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani/Harvard Library( Inset photo: LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI/AFP/Getty Images; Background: Wikimedia Commons/John Phelan)
Everyone out there reading this ought be to very familiar with the idiom “money talks.” There’s a reason idioms and clichés exist — because they are TRUE over a long period of time and reveal the REAL human nature within. Contrary to the prevailing propaganda how people are inherently good, blah, blah, blah — the real truth is that those with money weld the power to influence here on earth. While they have the money. Because almost to a person, except for a very minute minority, everyone has their price, as another cliché goes, and almost everyone will compromise their principals — if they ever had any to begin with — when large sums of money are involved.
What I believe most people in America are completely unaware of is the massive influence — beyond most peoples comprehension — that Islam has in this nation in its schools, universities, think tanks and institutions.
A majority of Saudi’s sits on the 5 member board of the Harvard Law School. Harvard Law School has opted to make International Law the priority over Constitutional Law and has even introduced the beginnings of teaching Sharia Law. This was all accomplished by Elena Kagen, who between 2003 and 2009, served as the Dean of Harvard Law School. As all readers probably know Kagen now is installed on the U.S. Supreme Court for the remainder of her life. She was placed there by a very Islamist sympathetic president who holds Islam more dear in his worldly, dark heart than any other belief on this earth.
The Saudi’s are mild compared to the Islamists of Qatar.
A Islamic jihadist state that supports Iran, al-Qaeda, Hamas and other Islamic terrorist organizations worldwide.
Qatar has given U.S. universities almost $1,500,000,000 since 2012.
Don’t become numb to that figure just because so many figures are tossed about daily in an attempt to numb people to the actual amounts, the actual impacts of such figures. Do some homework. Discover how long it would take you and your family to spend a billion dollars if you spent $1,000,000 per day! Then allow the real impact of just how much $1,500,000,000 is and what it can buy. A lot of influence. A lot of power by the ones handing out the money to the greedy, the unprincipled, the whores who will do anything for a buck and do the bidding of the masters who buy them.
Did you realize education in America, very expensive, indoctrinated into the citizenry one cannot survive, one cannot make it, one cannot exist WITHOUT a college education? Think that brainwashing is of pure motive and of the truth? Or is something else at work here?
You going to sit there and tell me, or believe that was done out of Qatar’s love of education and higher learning? And not to buy and impact influence, what is taught on American campuses? Who has been given the power and voice on American campuses?
Read the following.
Then get back to me.
If you have sent any of your offspring to the following universities, or know of anyone who has attended any of the following universities in the past 10, 15 years? They have all been influenced, all been indoctrinated in the teachings that Qatar and Islamist states and nations demand — because they’re footing the bill really, not you dear parent — to teach what they demand be taught. To weld the power and influence their money can and does buy, or have they done this, do they do this because they’re so altruistic and such fine, upstanding wonderful folks? (see charts with information from the U.S. Department of Education in article below):
Arizona State University
Carnegie Mellon University
John Hopkins University
New York University
Oregon State University
Pennsylvania State University
Texas A & M University
University of Arizona
University of Chicago
University of Colorado
University of Iowa
University of Illinois
University of Michigan
University of North Carolina
University of Southern California
University of Washington
Virginia Commonwealth University
Washington University in St. Louis
It’s real news and information impacting every life in America and around the world whether you have a daughter or son in an American university or not. What Qatar and every Islamic state and nation has done, is doing by pouring BILLIONS OF DOLLARS — far greater than all the U.S. philanthropists combined — is buying the power, the influence they desire.
And what do you imagine that influence and power desires?
You honestly think all the anti-Semitism rising up, growing, spreading on U.S. campuses just naturally occurred in the student bodies and organizations on college campuses? You honestly believe all the pro-Islam, anti-America, anti-Christianity, anti-U.S. Constitution (First Amendment) protests just happened to pop into the heads of the students and organizations on U.S. campuses? NO! The seeds are planted. They sit in classes where the minions of such teachings indoctrinate them. They belong to organizations which teach and indoctrinate in such beliefs. These things don’t just happen. Power, influence, money makes them happen.
Do not be deceived or lulled or taken in by what the mainstream is telling us…or NOT telling us.
ACP — A Crooked Path
Thursday, June 13th, 2019
Qatar on Our Campuses
By Ryan Mauro and Alex VanNess
June 13, 2019
Reprinted from: Clarion Project
For years the government of Qatar has engaged in an extensive influence operation on American campuses.
At the same time that the government of Qatar has supplied aid and support to al-Qaeda, the Iranian regime and Hamas, it has attempted to sway political opinion in the U.S. by spending millions of dollars each year on a vast network of lobbyists, think tanks and media outlets. As part of the same effort , it has also thrown enormous sums of money at American universities.
The ties between Qatar and U.S. universities are extensive. U.S. law requires universities to disclose information about foreign gifts, as well as “any ownership interests in or control over the institution by a foreign entity.”
Since 2012 the Department of Education (DOE) reports that Qatar has given close to $1.5 billion ($1,478,676,069 to be exact) to U.S. universities in the form of monetary gifts and contracts.
These university gifts and contracts have been sent by multiple Qatari entities either owned by the government or closely connected to the Qatar royal family. They include, for example, RasGas Company Limited; Qatar Petroleum; Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) which is member of the Qatar Foundation.
Qatar Petroleum is a state-owned public corporation established in 1974. It is responsible for all phases of the oil and gas industry in the state of Qatar. RasGas Company Limited was a liquefied natural gas (LNG) producing company that merged with QatarGas in January 2018. QatarGas is the world’s largest LNG company. Sheikh Khalid Bin Khalifa Al Thani is the CEO of QatarGas and Saad Sherida Al-Kaabi serves as chairman of the board of directors. Saad Sherida al-Kaabi is Qatar’s current Minister of State for Energy Affairs.
QNRF and its parent organization, the Qatar Foundation, are listed as two primary Qatar gift givers to American universities. The Qatar Foundation is an arm of the Qatari government, founded and led by top Qatari officials.
The Qatar Foundation covers the expenses for six U.S. universities to have campuses in the country: Texas A&M (TAMU), Virginia Commonwealth, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, Northwestern, and Georgetown. The cost is nearly $405 million.
The Qatar Foundation petitioned to stop its contract with TAMU from being disclosed. TAMU is the recipient of the largest monetary gift from Qatar, according to DOE data. Recently, the groups Judicial Watch and Zachor Legal Institute announced an investigation into Qatar’s influence at the university.
The Qatar Foundation’s involvement in Islamist extremism is clear to see with its establishment of its Al-Qaradawi Research Center in 2008 under the direction of the foundation’s chairman and the Qatari emir.
The center is named after Yousef al-Qaradawi, the spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, and it uses his works as the basis of its Islamic teachings. The center’s stated objective is promoting the ideology of Qaradawi. Qaradawi also runs a network of charities that were sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department for financing Hamas, a terrorist group that he openly supports.
The Qatari government (which controls the Qatar Foundation) is also committed to promoting the Islamic teachings of Muhammad al-Wahhab, the founder of what is oftentimes referred to as “Wahhabism.” In 2011, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, then Qatar’s emir, publicly pledged to “spare no effort” to promote Wahhab’s views. He said that the country was founded on Wahhab’s preaching and the government would spread it around the world.
The Qatar Foundation’s mosque is a stage for other radical clerics, including one who took joy in the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo in France, describing it as “the sequel to the comedy film of 9/11.” Some openly praise Osama Bin Laden. One lamented that Hitler didn’t succeed in exterminating every last Jew.
While Doha claims to be a U.S. ally, the country continues to provide ideological and financial support to terrorist organizations, all while attempting to influence U.S. opinion through our elite institutions.
Here are the donations given to U.S. universities from the government of Qatar since 2012: