Original from user @9217 posted 22 days ago here: https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/1697266
I think this needs more attention, more digging!
Ashok and Amrita Mahbubani are included in some of the worst, seediest "pizza" and "cooking" Podesta emails. I think more scrutiny is warranted in this area than has been given to it. I apologize for throwing so many links here, but the rabbithole goes into some insane seeming places.
Mahbubanis in a pizza/cooking Podesta email: https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/59243
"Tony, should the plan be Indian cuisine? If yes, I will send you a list of dishes we can decide on, some of which we can make in the pizza oven.. The shopping list will follow. Trust you received the Army Cook book I sent to you, by now. Warm regards Amrita"
Ashok Mahbubani is the President and CEO of Multitronics VMI, LLC from AL, while the Mahbubani-founded EKTA foundation appears to mostly operate in Haiti. http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=79748669&privcapId=47245715 http://www.ektafoundationusa.org/main/
It struck me that Multitronics is located directly between Redstone Arsenal in Al (which has an airfield) and Hunstville International Airport. The location in Alabama is a comfortable flight distance from Haiti. I found this to be a glaring red flag re: trafficking, in light of what we know about obscure rural airports and smuggling when related to the Clintons. Especially if the Mahbubanis are also running a charity in Haiti.
Location 325-F Electronics Blvd. Huntsville, AL, 35824-2221
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The EKTA Foundation page describes the Mahbubanis as: "Clinton Foundation Ambassadors:" " .. .the Mahbubanis chose the Clinton Global Initiative as their portal into the world of strategically targeted philanthropy. Initial commitments implemented through CGI have flowered into a broader relationship for Amrita & Ashok as Ambassadors for the Clinton Foundation.""
Interestingly, a search of the Clinton Foundation website for Ashok Mahbubani returns no results. The EKTA foundation does register.
The EKTA page describes how "the Mahbubanis developed a bond with Haiti, through a family owned manufacturing business that employed 300 people there in the '80s"
I'd be very interested to know what exactly that business was called. Or any other information about it.
Multitronics Website http://www.mtronics.com/index.php/about-us/background
EKTA foundation shows up in the Clinton Foundation website: "Empowering Haitians Through Connected Cities 0Commitment by EKTA Foundation, Microsoft, Inveneo, HP Inc." https://www.clintonfoundation.org/clinton-global-initiative/commitments/empowering-haitians-through-connected-cities
EKTA partners in Haiti with Inveneo http://www.inveneo.org/ Inveneo links to the "ICT4D Community" "http://www.inveneo.org/connect/ict4d-community/
Inveneo partners with Technology Salon http://technologysalon.org/ http://archive.is/Q3DEy
Technology Salon advertises "... intimate, informal, and in person, discussion between information and communication technology experts and international development professionals" .... "Participation is in-person only – no open conference lines to distract or deter sharing – with quality pre-and post-event networking to deepen professional connections."
From 2009 to 20011, the Technology Salon was sponsored by the UN Foundation’s Technology Partnership with the Vodafone Foundation. In 2012, the Technology Salon was sponsored by Inveneo in collaboration with a consortium of partners. http://technologysalon.org/about/#key_attributes https://archive.is/o/Q3DEy/technologysalon.org/about/%23key_attributes https://archive.is/nfFcq
Inveneo is also connected to Fail Fare DC - http://failfairedc.com/ http://archive.is/p0ENa
Researching EKTA's webpage, I also ran across: Broadband progress report. http://www.ektafoundationusa.org/main/images/partners/inveneo%20-%20haiti%20rural%20broadband%20program_q1%202011%20progress%20report.pdf
"Connected Schools Inveneo is partnering with Microsoft and HP to deliver 40 ICT labs in rural schools (?!?!) across the regions where the broadband network will be deployed" The first school, New Mission in Léogâne (see Fig. 4), will be the site of the model lab installation in March.
This program is supported by an innovative collective of organizations whose focus is ICT entrepreneurial capacity building, rural economic development, and education through ICTs, including Aruba Networks, Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, Craigslist Charitable Fund, *The EKTA Foundation, Google, HP, Microsoft, NetHope, the Orr Foundation, the USAID Global Broadband and Innovations Alliance and ZeroDivide. http://www.ektafoundationusa.org/main/images/partners/haiti-rural-broadband-initiative.pdf
Clinton Bush Haiti Initiative http://archive.is/n275U https://www.forbes.com/sites/willyfoote/2012/12/14/clinton-bush-fund-leaves-haiti/#5e2225792d39
After shutting down, The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund was replaced by the Multilateral Investment Fund...
Huff Post: "The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is Lying to You" http://www.huffingtonpost.com/crossover-dreams/the-clinton-bush-haiti-fu_b_778503.html http://archive.is/mW2se
https://archive.is/EqBsd "...a member of the Inter-American Development Bank Group, took over management of programs which had not yet been fully completed and began receiving funds from remaining loans. They are charged with reinvesting loan repayments into programs consistent with the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund's mission of promoting economic opportunity in Haiti.
http://www5.iadb.org/mif/ < Site seems to no longer exist, archive page works. https://archive.is/iJWIS
Multilateral Investment Fund part of the Inter- America Development Bank: "Microfinance institutions doing business with the IDB Group http://archive.is/m7boN https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multilateral_Investment_Fund
"MicroFinance in Latin America and the Caribbean" The IDB has been a pioneer in promoting microfinance throughout the region. Over the past two decades its Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) has underwritten the expansion of leading microfinance networks and fostered many of the innovations that enabled the development of this dynamic industry." http://www.iadb.org/en/topics/microfinance/microfinance-in-latin-america-and-the-caribbean,1655.html http://archive.is/7aw92
Please browse the pastebin and links for more details. This also links to some medical establishments specifically in the Carribean. (possible organ trafficking?) - The rabbithole here goes into all sorts of insane places. I've never seen any real focus on this. Much more information in the pastebin. http://pastebin.com/uPQmhGpD