The articles above either discuss outrageous behavior by the U.S. State Department and/or by the administrations they served.

    The members of the State Department are not elected and are not answerable to the American people.  They are answerable to money and therefore Saudi influence. The Saudis put pressure on the oil companies and other American companies they do business with to influence American foreign policy to their liking.  Emanuel Winston wrote:

"the State Department is led through the nose by the Big Oil companies. This has been the case since before you were born. By throwing around Big Money, they own the "policy experts" who run the State Department. They give very lucrative grants and fund their academic "research" before and after they are at the State Department. This is all well known and considered "old news". Condi Rice actually sat on the Board of Chevron Oil company before becoming Secretary of State. Imagine the perks!"

The influence of Saudi money has been discussed by Daniel Pipes in an article titled The Scandal of U.S. Saudi Relations.  The resulting betrayal of American citizens such as American women with children who have been abducted to Saudi Arabia is outrageous and tragic. The warping of American policy to please the Saudis is not in the best interest of the American people such as creation of a criminal Muslim state in Europe.  America will even go to war to please the Saudis.

Serge Trifkovic, in his outstanding book The Sword of the Prophet writes that:

Acting Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger made it clear that a goal in Bosnia was to mollify the Muslim world and to counter any perception of an anti-Muslim bias regarding American policies in Iraq.

 In February 2008 Kosovo with American backing declared it's independence.  More evidence that support for this independence resulted from U.S. desire for popularity with the Saudis comes from a statement made by Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns who said on February 18, 2008, “We think it is a very positive step that this state -- Muslim majority state -- has been created today.'   “What is the point of fighting Islamism in Iraq,” asks the Brussels Journal’s Landen, “while at the same time one creates a free haven for Islamists on the European continent?”

   The State Department appeases Muslims so much that it spends tax payer money to refurbish Muslim mosques as shown in the video below.

 

   While the State Department will do everything for the Muslims it abandons the Christians in Iraq to Islamic persecution probably out of fear of antagonizing the Muslims who are persecuting them.  Da Tagliere wrote on July 13, 2012 that:

In the past three years, over 1,000 Christians in Nigeria have been brutally murdered by an extremist Islamic group known as Boko Haram and the United States has refused to classify the group as being a terrorist organization...  Assistant Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Johnny Carson told the committee that designating Boko Haram a terrorist organization would be counter-productive in trying to improve the governing of Nigeria, especially in the Muslim dominated northern region...

Time and again, the U.S. State Department sides with Muslims and Muslim nations over Christians and their rights. Carson’s statements before the House committee just reiterates our current government’s lack of concern for anything Christian and quest to preserve anything Muslim.
 

The State Department believes the root causes of ISIS is lack of job opportunities.  A spokesman for the U.S. state department suggested that poverty might be the motivation for ISIS even though ISIS has over a billion dollars and brings in 2 to 4 million a day as of  february 2015.  The danger of that theory is that the U.S. then sends in money to the terrorists hotbeds in order to stop them from being terrorists.

 

 

    The State Department delays arm shipments to Taiwan and they have given oil rich Alaskan ocean floor to the Russians.  Their primary policy appears to be appeasement. 

    While part of the Obama administration the State department removed the sections covering religious freedom from the Country Reports on Human Rights that it released on May 24.  These sections would have covered the widespread persecution of Christians in Muslim countries.

   

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