This thread on voat.co/v/pizzagate has a great lead on CF with a possible link to cloning or other dark science. How did the Clinton Foundation receive 4-star rating, the highest, from the charity rater, Charity Navigator, which is itself a charity?
“. . . . Could it also have something to do with someone on the Board of Directors of Charity Navigator? A person by the name of Thomas H Murray, Board Member and Vice-Chair, who is also the same as this guy: Thomas Murray, Ph. D., President Emeritus, of The Hastings Center in Garrison, NY.
This same Thomas Murray gave testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations United States House of Representatives on March 28, 2001 at the request of President Bill Clinton. His testimony was on the bioethics of cloning.
Statement of Thomas H. Murray, Ph.D. Commissioner, National Bioethics Advisory Commission
An excerpt from is testimony:
“I want to begin by thanking Representative Greenwood for the invitation to speak to you today. My name is Dr. Thomas Murray, and I am a member of the National Bioethics Advisory Commission (NBAC). NBAC was established by President Clinton in 1995 to advise and make recommendations to the President through the National Science and Technology Council and to others on bioethics issues and their policy implications. My fellow commissioners on NBAC come from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds, and include research scientists, religious scholars, physicians, lawyers, and members of the public. My day job is as President of The Hastings Center in Garrison, New York, an independent non-partisan research institute that addresses fundamental ethical issues in the areas of health and medicine, the biomedical sciences, and the environment. I serve on the Committee on Ethics of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and am the author of The Worth of a Child.”
This is directly related to Pizzagate because it may show another corruption of the Clinton Foundation and possibly a connection to cloning. . . . (more) “
Let’s dig a little at this website, Bioethics.com . . . .
Look at all the labs they list – www.bioethics.com/bioethics-websites
Let’s check out the first item, Aga Khan University Bioethics Group and the Clinton Foundation . . .
We get . . . “World Bank Group works with over 80 foundations.” . . . and the first one listed is ” Aga Khan Development Network” and the Clinton Foundation is in there too. Maybe the World Bank passes money from/to CF to all these other entities.
NOTE – Garrison, New York is the home of Charity Navigator’s servers.
NOTE – “bioethics” is a catchword associated with cloning. Many examples like this, http://www.bioethics.com/cloning , on the internet.