Wednesday, December 5, 2012

How Does U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice Have $23 - $43 Million Dollars?

Susan Rice, US Ambassador to the United Nations

US Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice, has been getting a lot of attention in the media lately.  She was criticized after she came on television and told a fictional tale about what happened in the Benghazi, Libya attack, that killed US Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.  President Obama has been going out of his way to defend Susan Rice against critical attacks, some say, because she is Obama's top pick for Secretary of State.

Susan Rice is most recently receiving media attention because of her portfolio, which includes investments of hundreds of thousands of dollars in several energy companies known for doing business with Iran, which would be an obvious conflict of interest, when as Secretary of State, Rice would oversee the review of the Keystone XL pipeline project.  Financial disclosures reveal that Rice has had $50,001-$100,000 in Royal Dutch Shell, a longtime purchaser of Iranian crude oil.

But one question that I do not see being asked by most media is:  Where does a 47-year-old US Ambassador get $23 million to invest?

Financial disclosure forms, provided by opensecrets.org, show that in 2011, Susan Rice had somewhere between $23 million dollars to $43 million dollars invested all over the place.  She has investments in Banks, Energy, Oil, Gold, Johnson & Johnson, Disney, Ebay, Monsanto, and much more.

How did she get so much money? Other than a short stint as a managing consultant at McKinsey & Company, Susan Rice doesn't seem to have much "private sector" experience.   Rice seems to have gone from graduating Oxford, directly to serving under President Clinton under various roles, at the National Security Council from 1993 to 1997; as Director for International Organizations and Peacekeeping from 1993 to 1995 and as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for African Affairs from 1995 to 1997.

My answer as to how Susan Rice has so much money, is that Rice is a shill for big global elite bankers, that allow her into some of the back-room deals, and secret information exchanges, that take place everyday.



Let us take a look at the life of Susan Rice, and her globalist roots.

The father of Susan Rice was, Emmett J. Rice (1919-2011), who was the second black governor of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.  For her father to have connections to the elite banking structure of the country, places Susan Rice in a special position since birth.  Though Rice was appointed as Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs in 1997, by Bill Clinton, the Congressional Black Caucus leaders made it clear that Susan Rice was not their first choice, because they considered her a member of "Washington's assimilationist black elite."

Another sign showing the globalist connection to Susan Rice is the fact that she was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship.  The Rhodes Scholarship, named after Cecil John Rhodes, is an international postgraduate award for selected foreign students to study at the University of Oxford.  Cecil Rhodes was working to create a one world kingdom, as he even wrote: “The idea gliding and dancing before our eyes like a willow – a wish at last frames itself into a plan. Why should we not join (or form as other writers have interpreted Rhodes’ handwriting) a secret society with but one object: the furtherance of the British Empire, for the bringing of the whole uncivilized world under British rule, for the recovery of the United States, for the making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire.”

At Oxford, many classmates and professors were advocates of the role of the United Nations and international law, and of global economic governance and international economic cooperation.

Rice also attended Stanford, and is a member of various globalist think-tanks like the Brookings Institution and The Council on Foreign Relations.  At Brookings, Rice served as a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy program, where she focused on U.S. foreign policy, weak and failing states, the implications of global poverty, and transnational threats to security.

I have no indication that Susan Rice ever served militarily, so what makes her such an expert on foreign policy?  Regardless of the apparent lack of credibility, John Kerry picked Susan Rice to serve as a foreign policy adviser during his 2004 presidential campaign, and in 2008, Rice went on to leave from the Brookings Instiutition to serve as a senior foreign policy adviser to Senator Barack Obama in his 2008 presidential campaign.


This woman now plays major roles in America's foreign affairs.  As Muammar Gaddafi, former ruler of Libya, was fighting off Muslim extremists within his own border, Susan Rice was one of the toughest critics against Gaddafi, calling for US intervention to aid the rebels, and accusing Gaddafi of numerous human rights abuses, such as one ridiculous claim that Muammar Gaddafi is supplying his troops with Viagra to encourage mass rape.

Now as the President of Syria, Bashar Assad, is fighting off those same Muslim extremists, Susan Rice is continuing her plan of destabilization, as she recently boasted that that "the United States is putting political and economic pressure on Assad's regime, as well as providing support for the opposition in the form of communications equipment, medical supplies and humanitarian assistance."  Susan Rice says "The aim is to end the Assad regime and expedite the day when that comes."

Regardless if your a Republican, Democrat, or Independent, it must be understood that this woman is BAD for America.  She does not believe in American sovereignty, and is working vehemently to bring in a one-world government.