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As more comes to light about H.R. McMaster, White House National Security Adviser, he begins to look far more like a “Deep State” operator than an “America First” kinda guy.
Apparently, McMaster’s former employer, The International Institute for Strategic Studies, took some $32.5 million dollars in funding from countries like Bahrain, which is governed by the brutal Sharia law.
Bahrain - Ally - United - States - Question
Although Bahrain is officially an ally of the United States, they have come into question multiple times over their horrifying human rights practices, but despite this, they comprised over 1/4 of the IISS income over the past decade.
Things are not looking so great for H.R. McMaster lately, as he has quickly run afoul of Trump supporters, and has allegedly been in clashes with members of the Trump administration as well.
TEL - AVIV - International - Institute - Strategic
TEL AVIV — The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), where White House National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster has been listed as a member for 11 years, quietly took in about $32.5 million in funding from Bahrain, a country whose constitution explicitly enshrines Sharia Islamic law as the governing doctrine.
The funding from Bahrain, a repressive regime with a dismal human rights track record but also an important regional U.S. ally, reportedly amounted to one quarter of the think tank’s total income.
Portion - Funding - Think - Tank - Conference
A significant portion of this funding reportedly pays for the think tank’s annual conference in Bahrain, the Mamana Dialogue. The original agreement between IISS and Bahrain to finance the conference contained a clause calling for the memorandum of understanding to remain confidential, according to the document, which was leaked by a watchdog and...
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