Uranium One - Pay to Play Scandal

Uranium One - Pay to Play Scandal

Unpacking the Uranium One Controversy: Key Players and Events

The Uranium One "Pay to Play" scandal has been a subject of considerable debate and controversy in the United States. It involves multiple high-profile figures, international relations, and substantial political discourse. This blog aims to dissect the key components and figures involved in the Uranium One agreement, shedding light on the complexities and the ongoing implications of this deal. I felt it important to revisit as to not lose sight of the fact that many of these players are still in power throughout the world and have never been held accountable for their actions. 

Background of Uranium One
Uranium One Inc. is a global energy company that was founded in 1997, based in Toronto, Canada. It's known for its uranium production and is involved in multiple projects worldwide and is still in business today under a different name - something the agencies and elites like to do in order to maintain operations without scrutiny. The controversy primarily revolves around the 2010 sale of Uranium One to Rosatom, a state-owned Russian company, which gave Russia control over a significant portion of the uranium production capacity in the U.S., something we hear very little about today even though we are sanctioning Russia. It wasn't just the sale of our uranium to Russia, but our leadership actually pushing your tax dollars to foreign leaders via our State Department in return of large sums of money going back to the Clinton Foundations - thus, the Pay to Play. 

Key Players and Foundations
**Hillary Clinton**: As the Secretary of State at the time, Hillary Clinton was one of the nine members of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) who unanimously approved the Uranium One deal. Critics have pointed to donations made to the Clinton Foundation by parties with interests in the transaction as a significant conflict of interest.
**Bill Clinton**: Former President Bill Clinton also came under scrutiny after it was revealed that he received $500,000 for a speech in Russia from a bank with links to the transaction.
**The Clinton Foundation**: This charitable organization received substantial donations from individuals associated with Uranium One before, during, and after the acquisition process. These contributions have raised questions regarding their timing and relevancy to the approval of the deal and should be considered a national security risk given their backgrounds.
**Frank Giustra**: A Canadian mining magnate and founder of Uranium One, Giustra's significant donations to the Clinton Foundation have been highlighted as part of the controversy.
**Rosatom**: The Russian state-owned corporation that acquired Uranium One, expanding Russia’s access to uranium resources globally. It should be noted that Vladimir Putin was the Founder of Rosatom. 

Countries and Heads of State Involved
**Russia**: The acquisition was a strategic move for Russia, increasing its influence in the global uranium market. What makes this so interesting is that we hear no mention of this by our government while placing sanctions of Russian oil and assets. This tells me that more than likely our leaders are still getting checks associated with this deal. 
**United States**: As the host country for a significant portion of Uranium One’s mining operations, the U.S. had to approve the deal through CFIUS, involving various departments including the State Department.
**Canada**: Being the home base for Uranium One, Canada played a critical role in the international aspects of the deal.

The Two Biggest Red Flags

There are two BIG takeaways when it comes to this scandal: One is the fact that Joe and Hunter Biden are closely aligned to Ukraine in this deal. As we watch our taxes to the tune of 210 billion dollars be pushed into the number one corrupt country in the world, one can't help but wonder if there is a significant connection. Let us not forget old Joey's statement to the Ukrainian official when it came to Hunter's prosecution, "If you want the billion dollars, then you need to fire the attorney" who was coming after Hunter. That folks, is illegal.  

Two, there was a particular deal given to Dr Jaffar who was Saddam Hussein's nuclear scientist in which his family owned company Gulftainer was given a 35 years lease to run port operations in Cape Canaveral. It should be noted that Gulftainer has a close relationship with Rosobaron Export who manufactures the Russian Club K missile system.  

Legal and Ethical Implications
Now get this, despite the considerable media attention and political uproar surrounding the deal, no evidence conclusively demonstrated that the donations to the Clinton Foundation influenced the approval of the Uranium One sale by CFIUS. Clearly they weren't looking hard enough. Given what we know today about our weaponized and corrupt DOJ, this makes perfect sense. 

Moreover, no arrests or formal charges related to the Uranium One deal have been reported as of now. The fact that our leadership and agencies used our tax dollars that in-turn went to the Clinton Foundation(s) seems to have been completely ignored. 


It is very apparent that our government is far more corrupt than anyone ever imagined as we have demonstrated since at least the late 1940's project after project our agencies have been running covert programs to our own demise with very little oversight. The question now is how do we fix it. 

monkey out.


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