Clinton Foundation and U.N. Teaming Up for 2030 Agenda

A top level official of the scandal-plagued Clinton Foundation met with the U.N. deputy Secretary-General late last week to discuss the U.N. notorious 2030 Agenda.

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Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed met Friday with the Clinton Foundation’s director of foreign policy Amitabh Desai. The meeting was first noticed by UN blog Inner City Press, in a one line entry on Mohammed’s schedule.

A spokesman for Secretary-General António Guterres told Breitbart News on Friday that the meeting, which took place at the UN headquarters in New York City, was “part of the ongoing effort to engage and mobilise support from different development partners and stakeholders for the implementation of the 2030 Development Agenda.”

The 2030 Agenda is a series of policy goals the U.N. is maneuvering to impose on as many member states as possible.  They mainly focus on transferring wealth from developed countries like the U.S. to undevelopend countries.

Neither party would discuss the agenda for the meeting but it is believed the subject of funding for the U.N.’s plans was a topic.

When asked further about the meeting, particularly on whether the meeting involved the discussion of donations or financial support, the spokesman’s office said they had no further information. The Clinton Foundation did not respond to multiple requests for comment from Breitbart News. The UN also did not provide a readout of the meeting to the press.

At a press briefing Monday, a spokesman for the Secretary-General, in responding to a question about the meeting, mentioned that the discussion involved how to get “more resources mobilized for… in order to fund the development agenda.” This suggests that at least some of the conversation was about funding.

The Clinton’s have long been associated with U.N. corruption.  A former Chinagate donor to Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign Ng Lap Seng was caught up in a U.N. bribery scandal.

The former president of the General Assembly accused of taking the bribe from  Seng, John Ashe, also had close contacts with both the Clinton’s and the Obama’s.  Ashe, who was set to stand trial for bribery charges, recently met his demise in what was described as a “conveniently timed” weightlifting accident.

Clearly, the gears of the Clinton Foundation and the U.N.’s drive for world government continue apace.