The female who runs The Economist Magazine, is married to the biggest bankster of them all – Evelyn de Rothschild.
How convenient for team Rothschild to sell the young bankers down the river while they upstream the family jewels (i.e. gold and silver) through the imposition of newer, better and faster global monetary systems that is able to bond with the Chinese. Historian Niall Ferguson’s take on the Rothschild role in the battle of Waterloo:
Lately, one of the world’s largest oil companies, BP, will go to court in Galveston, Texas, to face a young woman who says the company killed her parents. As correspondent Ed Bradley reports, the woman’s parents were among 15 oil workers who died in an explosion at BP’s refinery in Texas City, Texas. At least 170 others were also injured in the blast. It was the worst workplace accident in this country since 1989.
In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert present a success story for the three year anniversary of the Keiser Report and that is that the banksters are going the way of Twinkies, Ho Ho‘s and Ding Dongs – OUT OF BUSINESS!
Especially in politics it is of the utmost importance to try to look behind the facade: who makes up the team of the presidential candidate. The future president of the United States of America is for a large part dependent on and being fed by his team of advisors and future cabinet members.
“God can conquer the heart of a person with many possessions and lead him towards solidarity and sharing with the poor and needy, so that he can enter into the logic of giving”, said the Pope commenting on today’s Gospel reading which narrates Jesus’ meeting with a rich young man.
From May 14-17, the global elite met in secret in Greece for the yearly Bilderberg conference, amid scattered and limited global media attention. Roughly 130 of the world’s most powerful individuals came together to discuss the pressing issues of today, and to chart a course for the next year. The main topic of discussion at this years meeting was the global financial crisis, which is no surprise, considering the list of conference attendees includes many of the primary architects of the crisis, as well as those poised to “solve” it.