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State Department Foreign Aid Payments in FY 2014

State Department Foreign Aid Payments in FY 2014

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This document includes a list, by country, of just how much of our wealth just the American State Department gives out to the world, ranked by country (130 countries) in FY 2014. Understand that this list includes only official State Department payments and does not include military expenditures or black budget expenditures. The data was accumulated from the official website http://www.foreignassistance.gov/web/RGAIntro.aspx which does not allow a visitor to easily copy and paste data en masse, and effort to extract the data is manual and awkward at best.

From this government website: “The data reflected in this map [list] does not fully represent the total amount of foreign assistance available in a given fiscal year. At the time of request and appropriation, some funds are not requested at the country level. These funds are initially allocated to regional or functional offices for subsequent allocation to overseas offices or worldwide programs, and are not included in the heat map. In addition to funds from specific country offices, countries may receive funds from Regional or Functional offices, which are currently captured on regional and functional office pages. Although not visualized on the heat map, the obligated and spent amounts for recipient countries and regions do represent in total the full amount of foreign assistance in a given fiscal year as these totals include the funding originally allocated to regional or functional offices.”
This document includes a list, by country, of just how much of our wealth just the American State Department gives out to the world, ranked by country (130 countries) in FY 2014. Understand that this list includes only official State Department payments and does not include military expenditures or black budget expenditures. The data was accumulated from the official website http://www.foreignassistance.gov/web/RGAIntro.aspx which does not allow a visitor to easily copy and paste data en masse, and effort to extract the data is manual and awkward at best.

From this government website: “The data reflected in this map [list] does not fully represent the total amount of foreign assistance available in a given fiscal year. At the time of request and appropriation, some funds are not requested at the country level. These funds are initially allocated to regional or functional offices for subsequent allocation to overseas offices or worldwide programs, and are not included in the heat map. In addition to funds from specific country offices, countries may receive funds from Regional or Functional offices, which are currently captured on regional and functional office pages. Although not visualized on the heat map, the obligated and spent amounts for recipient countries and regions do represent in total the full amount of foreign assistance in a given fiscal year as these totals include the funding originally allocated to regional or functional offices.”

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U.S. Foreign Aid
Page 1 of 5
 
State Department Foreign Aid Payments in FY 2014
The U.S. federal government, created by the Constitution for the United States, is composed of three main branches of government, all of which were designed to perform certain specific  but limited tasks for the states and for the people. To suggest that the federal government no longer supports and defends its constitutional guidelines and instructions from the states,  would be an understatement. The evidence tells us today that federal government spending, along with the degradation of our fiat currency by the Federal Reserve Bank (not a U.S. government agency or institution), is draining the American people of their wealth. Our economy is being intentionally destroyed by people inside our government who no longer represent the states or our people, but who, rather, represent and support the new world order and the hidden controllers in the international corporations and banks. This document includes a list, by country, of just how much of our wealth just the American State Department gives out to the world, ranked by country (130 countries) in FY 2014. Understand that this list includes only official State Department payments and does not include military expenditures or black budget expenditures. The data was accumulated from the official website http://www.foreignassistance.gov/web/RGAIntro.aspx which does not allow a visitor to easily copy and paste data en masse, and effort to extract the data is manual and awkward at best. From this government website:
The data reflected in this map [list] does not fully represent the total amount of foreign assistance available in a given fiscal year 
. At the time of request and appropriation, some funds are not requested at the country level. These funds are initially allocated to regional or functional offices for subsequent allocation to overseas offices or  worldwide programs, and are not included in the heat map. In addition to funds from specific country offices, countries may receive funds from Regional or Functional offices, which are currently captured on regional and functional office pages. Although not visualized on the heat map, the obligated and spent amounts for recipient countries and regions do represent in total the full amount of foreign assistance in a given fiscal year as these totals include the funding originally allocated to regional or functional offices.” Country payments are listed in the table below by ‘amounts paid’ rankings. Review the individual countries, especially those at the top of the list, and then look at the totals spent per year and per day. You might ask, for instance, why is Israel on the list, and why are they listed as number 2 in ranking. Is this because of AIPAC, Israel’s unlawful lobby group? Could the American people use all of this foreign aid money for better purposes? Does the United States get foreign aid money from any other country? If not, why not? What, exactly, are we  buying with this money?
This is public information and can be shared without concern for copyright infringement 
.
 Yenom Williams
 aka Razeal1yw
 
U.S. Foreign Aid
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Country
 
Per
 
Year
 
Per
 
Day
 
Rank
 
Afghanistan
 
$3,483,875,000.00
 
$9,544,863.01
 
1
 
Israel
 
$2,943,234,000.00
 
$8,063,654.79
 
2
 
Iraq
 
$2,339,960,000.00
 
$6,410,849.32
 
3
 
Pakistan
 
$1,876,495,000.00
 
$5,141,082.19
 
4
 
Egypt
 
$1,680,981,000.00
 
$4,605,427.40
 
5
 
Jordan
 
$739,966,000.00
 
$2,027,304.11
 
6
 
Nigeria
 
$699,778,000.00
 
$1,917,200.00
 
7
 
Tanzania
 
$551,308,000.00
 
$1,510,432.88
 
8
 
Ethiopia
 
$519,075,000.00
 
$1,422,123.29
 
9
 
South
 
Africa
 
$513,651,000.00
 
$1,407,263.01
 
10
 
Uganda
 
$480,917,000.00
 
$1,317,580.82
 
11
 
Kenya
 
$464,189,000.00
 
$1,271,750.68
 
12
 
Palestine
 
(See
 
notes
 
at
 
end)
 
$427,227,000.00
 
$1,170,484.93
 
13
 
South
 
Sudan
 
$410,672,000.00
 
$1,125,128.77
 
14
 
Zambia
 
$395,517,000.00
 
$1,083,608.22
 
15
 
Colombia
 
$353,612,000.00
 
$968,800.00
 
16
 
Mozambique
 
$334,811,000.00
 
$917,290.41
 
17
 
Haiti
 
$318,042,000.00
 
$871,347.95
 
18
 
Democratic
 
Rep
 
of 
 
Congo
 
$273,795,000.00
 
$750,123.29
 
19
 
Mexico
 
$269,296,000.00
 
$737,797.26
 
20
 
Somalia
 
$209,825,000.00
 
$574,863.01
 
21
 
Bangladesh
 
$202,317,000.00
 
$554,293.15
 
22
 
Malawi
 
$198,522,000.00
 
$543,895.89
 
23
 
Rwanda
 
$196,883,000.00
 
$539,405.48
 
24
 
Liberia
 
$187,279,000.00
 
$513,093.15
 
25
 
Indonesia
 
$166,909,000.00
 
$457,284.93
 
26
 
Ghana
 
$160,642,000.00
 
$440,115.07
 
27
 
Philippines
 
$160,603,000.00
 
$440,008.22
 
28
 
Lebanon
 
$155,301,000.00
 
$425,482.19
 
29
 
Zimbabwe
 
$151,848,000.00
 
$416,021.92
 
30
 
Cote
 
D'ivoire
 
$145,972,000.00
 
$399,923.29
 
31
 
Vietnam
 
$113,281,000.00
 
$310,358.90
 
32
 
Senegal
 
$105,091,000.00
 
$287,920.55
 
33
 
Mali
 
$104,704,000.00
 
$286,860.27
 
34
 
Ukraine
 
$102,576,000.00
 
$281,030.14
 
35
 
India
 
$98,890,000.00
 
$270,931.51
 
36
 
Peru
 
$98,659,000.00
 
$270,298.63
 
37
 
Nepal
 
$86,735,000.00
 
$237,630.14
 
38
 
Namibia
 
$77,990,000.00
 
$213,671.23
 
39
 
Cambodia
 
$77,353,000.00
 
$211,926.03
 
40
 
Georgia
 
$70,070,000.00
 
$191,972.60
 
41
 
Yemen
 
$64,670,000.00
 
$177,178.08
 
42
 
Kosovo
 
$62,100,000.00
 
$170,136.99
 
43
 
 
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Botswana
 
$62,030,000.00
 
$169,945.21
 
44
 
Burma
 
$61,885,000.00
 
$169,547.95
 
45
 
Madagascar
 
$59,649,000.00
 
$163,421.92
 
46
 
Angola
 
$55,308,000.00
 
$151,528.77
 
47
 
Honduras
 
$51,971,000.00
 
$142,386.30
 
48
 
Kyrgyz
 
Republic
 
$49,380,000.00
 
$135,287.67
 
49
 
Bosnia,
 
Herzegovina
 
$46,907,000.00
 
$128,512.33
 
50
 
Tunisia
 
$46,228,000.00
 
$126,652.05
 
51
 
Tajikistan
 
$40,634,000.00
 
$111,326.03
 
52
 
Burundi
 
$40,408,000.00
 
$110,706.85
 
53
 
Armenia
 
$37,226,000.00
 
$101,989.04
 
54
 
Serbia
 
$31,144,000.00
 
$85,326.03
 
55
 
Morocco
 
$31,051,000.00
 
$85,071.23
 
56
 
El
 
Salvador
 
$27,438,000.00
 
$75,172.60
 
57
 
Dominican
 
Republic
 
$26,414,000.00
 
$72,367.12
 
58
 
Lesotho
 
$26,250,000.00
 
$71,917.81
 
59
 
Swaziland
 
$26,148,000.00
 
$71,638.36
 
60
 
Cameroon
 
$25,562,000.00
 
$70,032.88
 
61
 
Poland
 
$23,781,000.00
 
$65,153.42
 
62
 
Benin
 
$23,665,000.00
 
$64,835.62
 
63
 
Moldova
 
$22,034,000.00
 
$60,367.12
 
64
 
Albania
 
$21,544,000.00
 
$59,024.66
 
65
 
Guinea
 
$20,300,000.00
 
$55,616.44
 
66
 
Cuba
 
$19,283,000.00
 
$52,830.14
 
67
 
Ecuador
 
$18,847,000.00
 
$51,635.62
 
68
 
Macedonia
 
$16,968,000.00
 
$46,487.67
 
69
 
Azerbaijan
 
$16,215,000.00
 
$44,424.66
 
70
 
Brazil
 
$15,406,000.00
 
$42,208.22
 
71
 
Sierra
 
Leone
 
$14,831,000.00
 
$40,632.88
 
72
 
Burkina
 
Faso
 
$14,610,000.00
 
$40,027.40
 
73
 
Kazakhstan
 
$13,960,000.00
 
$38,246.58
 
74
 
China
 
$13,924,000.00
 
$38,147.95
 
75
 
Timor
Leste
 
$13,224,000.00
 
$36,230.14
 
76
 
Romania
 
$13,007,000.00
 
$35,635.62
 
77
 
Uzbekistan
 
$11,717,000.00
 
$32,101.37
 
78
 
Laos
 
$11,621,000.00
 
$31,838.36
 
79
 
Thailand
 
$11,376,000.00
 
$31,167.12
 
80
 
Sri
 
Lanka
 
$11,178,000.00
 
$30,624.66
 
81
 
Oman
 
$11,016,000.00
 
$30,180.82
 
82
 
Belarus
 
$11,001,000.00
 
$30,139.73
 
83
 
Sudan
 
$10,708,000.00
 
$29,336.99
 
84
 
Bulgaria
 
$9,507,000.00
 
$26,046.58
 
85
 
Nicaragua
 
$9,263,000.00
 
$25,378.08
 
86
 
Guyana
 
$9,150,000.00
 
$25,068.49
 
87
 
Mongolia
 
$9,017,000.00
 
$24,704.11
 
88
 

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