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Is the Ukraine War a Money Laundering Scheme?

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola  Fact Checked November 28, 2022


Many have suspected that the U.S. government’s “security assistance” to Ukraine —
which as of November 15, 2022, had surpassed $98 billion — is a money laundering
scheme, perhaps relating to questionable activities involving American biolabs in Ukraine

With the sudden implosion of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX, suspicions of money
laundering in Ukraine are gaining fresh support

FTX’s founder, Sam Bankman-Fried — suspected of having absconded with $1 billion to
$2 billion of client funds as the exchange went belly-up in mid-November — was a top
donor to the Democratic Party, second only to George Soros, and had ties to the World
Economic Forum

FTX partnered with Ukraine to help them raise funds for the war effort. Some believe the
foreign aid the Ukrainian government received from the U.S. was put into FTX, which then
turned around and donated money back to Democratic candidates

An estimated $200 million were raised for Ukraine and distributed through FTX to a bank
in Ukraine, but records show the Ukrainian government only used $22 million of that
money. The remaining $178 million appears to have vanished, leading people to suspect
it was laundered back to the United States

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