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McMaster’s Work for Soros-Funded Group May Explain His Opposition to Trump

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General H. R. McMaster has been opposed to virtually everything that President Trump wants, but why?  Many have asked this question, and now, we may finally have an answer as it has been revealed that McMaster served at a British think tank that was funded by one of George Soros’ groups.

It’s interesting to note that the group in question, the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS),  was acknowledged by the Obama administration as being key to helping push the propaganda through the news media about the Iran nuclear deal.

According to the IISS website, McMaster is a “Former Consulting Senior Fellow” with expertise in Military History, Civil-Military Relations, Development and Security and Conflict and Conflict Prevention.

The site lists him as having served IISS from September 2006 to February 2017.

After taking over the National Security Council, McMaster has been involved in getting rid of those who speak out on Islamic jihad, as well as those who have spoken out on Iran and the Iran nuclear deal.

McMaster has also urged President Trump to recertify the nuclear agreement with Iran despite the fact that Iran gets everything it wants with nothing in return.

First, let’s not that McMaster was behind removing Stephen Bannon as National Security adviser.

McMaster also sent a letter to known liar Susan Rice telling her she could keep her security clearance, even though she has no business with such a clearance.

Just this past week, McMaster fired Richard T. Higgins, author of Catastrophic FailureBlindfolding America in the Face of Jihad and an outspoken critic about the faulty strategic assessment that is the basis for current U.S. security.  Higgins was reportedly a counter Islamic jihad expert.

Higgins was also a Bannon ally.

Keep in mind, McMaster is a man that engages in taqiyya on behalf of Islamic jihadis.

McMaster insists jihad terrorists were operating according to “an ideology that uses a perverted interpretation of religion to justify crimes against all humanity.”

He also told the staff of the National Security Council, in his first “all hands” staff meeting, that the label “radical Islamic terrorism” was not helpful because terrorists are “un-Islamic,” according to people who were in the meeting.

James Kouri reports on McMaster, IISS and the Ploughshares Fund:

IISS’s website contains a list of groups, corporations and government entities that provide funding to the think tank, including during the period of McMaster’s work there. Curiously missing from the page of donors is the controversial Ploughshares Fund, a grant-making group identified last year by the Obama White House as central in helping him sell the Iran nuclear deal to the news media.

“[President Barack Obama] knew full well how gullible members of the media truly are. He sold a bunch of willing reporters enough lies to spread to the American people. And McMaster added a helpful bit of credibility to the Iran pact sales pitch,” said former military intelligence operative and public safety commander Edward Mulhearn.

A previous investigation by this reporter showed Ploughshares has partnered with a who’s-who of the radical left, including Code Pink, the pro-Palestinian J Street, United for Peace & Justice, the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation and Demos, a progressive economic advisory group where Obama’s controversial former green jobs czar, Van Jones, has served on the board.

The group says its mission is to support the “smartest minds and most effective organizations to reduce nuclear stockpiles, prevent new nuclear states, and increase global security.” Ploughshares is in turn financed by Soros’s Open Society Institute, the Buffett Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Rockefeller Foundation. Another Ploughshares donor is the Tides Foundation, which is one of the largest contributors of the radical left. Tides is funded by Soros.


Soros has his tentacles in virtually everything anti-American going on in this country, and it seems that though many thought they got rid of Soros’ cronies from the White House, there still exists many of them, including General McMaster.

It’s time that Trump lose this guy too.

Tim Brown

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