‘Covert Cash:’ A startling revelation of how foreign funding promotes extremism and radicalism on American campuses

America's leading universities accept huge gifts from hostile foreign entities diametrically opposed to American ideals.

The horrific atrocities committed by Hamas, resulting in the bloodthirsty murder of over 1,400 Israelis and the kidnapping of over 200, has not only sparked a war against terror in Gaza but has spilled over onto U.S. college campuses. Demonstrations against Israel are sickening to watch but allowed by the faculty, some of whom actively participate.

In a groundbreaking revelation, a documentary titled “Covert Cash: What American Universities Don’t Want You to Know About Their Foreign Funding” uncovers a deeply concerning trend of
foreign funding infiltrating American higher education, raising serious questions about the influence of extremist and radical ideologies on U.S. campuses.

America, a nation founded on freedom, democracy, and civil rights, has long prided itself on its academic institutions, which serve as beacons of these cherished values. However, “Covert Cash” exposes the alarming reality that many U.S. universities have accepted enormous gifts and endowments from foreign entities with opposing interests, including those associated with terrorism.

These foreign funds pose a significant threat to American institutions’ core values and educational integrity. The documentary delves into the extent of this issue, revealing how foreign funding could compromise the very principles upon which the United States was built.

Key highlights of the documentary:

● Foreign Influence on American Campuses: The documentary examines how foreign governments and organizations have been funneling billions of dollars into U.S. universities. It raises critical concerns about the extent of this influence and its potential consequences.
● Extremism and Radicalism: The film investigates the impact of foreign funding on extremism and radicalism within American universities. It sheds light on the connections between these funds and ideologies that directly contradict American values.
● Transparency and Accountability: The film exposes billions of dollars that foreign countries give to U.S. universities and calls for greater transparency and accountability in accepting foreign funding by U.S. educational institutions. It emphasizes the need for safeguarding American principles within the educational system.
● Public Awareness: The documentary underlines the importance of informing the American public about the nature and scale of foreign funding within U.S. universities. It highlights the potential long-term costs to America’s educational and national security interests.

The creators of this film believe that transparency and awareness are the first steps toward safeguarding the values upon which the United States was built. They call upon educational institutions, policymakers, and the public to address these issues and take necessary measures to protect the integrity of American higher education.

To watch the full documentary, please visit: https://clarionproject.org/films/covert-cash/

About Clarion Project

Clarion Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the threats of extremist groups and individuals who threaten the safety and security of America. Our intel, research, and educational media serve as critical tools for the public and law enforcement to confront
extremism of all kinds.

For more information about Clarion Project, email info@clarionproject.org.

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