Remember the awesome inspiring video shared earlier about Q: The Plan To Save The World. It started off laying out the premise of the criminal syndicates corrupting our government today. While watching it I thought of when someone said that Clinton Cash was true. And that there is an ongoing investigation into their foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative. Bill Clinton has talked about how he came up with the idea for the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI). He attended a Davos meeting and looking around at what he saw, he decided, I can do this, too. And started CGI. This got me to thinking... (LOL) (Always a dangerous thing, ... thinking.) By studying how corruption works in the Clinton Foundation and CGI, we can gain a better understanding of how it happens, globally, with many other Foundations, too. If we want to prevent corruption in the future we have to learn how to recognize it first. Forensic Accounting may not be sexy, but, it's what will help us understand what is hidden in plain sight. This video is a director's version. The actual documentary begins @14:56. Taking the internet by storm, based on Peter Schweizer’s bestselling book!!! (forensic accountants) Hillary Clinton went from being “dead broke” after leaving the White House to amassing a net worth of over $150M, with over $2B in donations to their foundation. Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton Rich. New York Times bestselling book by Peter Schweizer, in which he investigates donations made to the Clinton Foundation by foreign entities, paid speeches made by Bill and Hillary Clinton, and the Clintons' personal enrichment since leaving the White House in 2001. Mr. Schweizer claims: foreign governments and organizations that donated to the Clinton Foundation, and to the Clintons themselves in speaking fees, received favors in exchange from the State Department, headed by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Ed Pilkington, The Guardian, wrote that "Even in the hyper-partisan world of American political publishing, the storm generated by the latest book about the Clintons has been impressive." James Freeman, The Wall Street Journal "Almost every page of the fascinating Clinton Cash...will be excruciating reading for partisans on both sides of the aisle" and that "The fact that even liberal media outlets are taking the book seriously suggests that a post-election payday is getting harder to achieve." "This film was not made to make money. It was made to alert the public to the appalling — and dangerous — corruption of the Clintons.... Who could deny the malignant corruption of a couple that used their political power to make money by propping up the world’s worst dictators, cutting down the rain forests, selling off our nuclear resources to our enemies, and bartering off the assets of the poorest nations on earth while their people live in abject poverty? Stopping the Clintons is not about being a good conservative or a good progressive. It’s about being a decent human being." Andrew Breitbart Eleanor Clift,The Daily Beast: The Clintons have a standard template for pushing back, and they’re going to use it to make questions about their finances seem part of the vast right-wing conspiracy, but character assassination only goes so far.