Last year, a new American foreign-policy think-tank called the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft was established in Washington, DC. The think tank describes its mission as “laying the foundation for a new foreign policy centered on diplomatic engagement and military restraint….to bring together like-minded progressives and conservatives and set US foreign policy on a sensible and humane footing.” The Institute, which is primarily funded by billionaires George Soros (a far-left plutocrat and a major donor to the Democratic Party) and Charles Koch (a self-described libertarian and a major Republican Party donor), has assembled a cadre of self-proclaimed policy analysts from both the extreme left and extreme right of the American political spectrum. They share a similar viewpoint of isolationism and opposition to the post-World War II expansionist American foreign policy. However, delving into the background of some of the think tank’s key figures, one finds that it is not driven by a legitimate concern for peace or American interests, but in fact, it is new syndicate serving the interests of the Islamic regime in Iran.
In 2015, the Iranian Khomeinist regime received up to $150 billion into its bank accounts […]