Thursday, February 21, 2013

SUBVERTED NATION: JEWISH BILLIONAIRES are the PRIME BENEFICIARIES.... AND SPONSORS... of the APARTHEID, SEGREGATED, "Free Money for bankers from Bernanke Fed" criminal financial system....

In our previous post we wrote "SEGREGATED, APARTHEID America:  Bob Rubin's PLAGUE of evil, ferocious, treasonous, treacherous  Shysters, Fraudsters, Financial Parasites, and Economy killing 'bankers' get BAILED OUT for running THEIR OWN BANKS INTO THE SEWER"

 below this repeat of our illustration,  a list of the billionaires who are FEASTING on the CARCASS of America, as the sullen grey masses stand idly by -     
 We must confess that a.)  this long list of jewish billionaires is from a blatantly   anti--jewish (so-called "anti-semitic") website,  and 
b.)   we have not verified all the names on the list,  as to whether they are billionaires or even jewish.
 However.... IT IS CLEAR,  that the BENEFICIARIES of the economic, financial, and tax policies of the past two decades have been the billionaires and multimillionaires at the top of the American financial heap - 
 ...and that the relentlessly lying jewish owned "major media"  continually portrays this as "an accident"... as an "INADVERTENT" consequence of _____   ....of   what?!?   

"Economics experts"  not being quite so 'expert'??  
Wall Street being not quite so benevolent and productive?  
Congress being INCOMPETENT at directing the flow of the nation's wealth to where it should go?  (To the families who comprise America's towns, cities, and communities.)   

 The 'mainstream media' whores WHITEWASHING  those millions of Americans who are NOT  getting their fair share  of Bernanke's latest tranche of  freshly printed  "FREE MONEY for bankers"**  OUT of the 'news' they report?    

 ** ("free money for bankers" 'Quantitative Easing" sold to us extorted Amerikan taxpayer chumps as "designed to boost the economy" of course... which presumably means  boosting the prospects of working families, and not just the billionaires who always seem, "inadvertently" to be the prime beneficiaries of those government policies, whether Republican or Democrat.)  
  Here is what Edward Chancellor, author of  "Devil Take The Hindmost: A History of Financial Speculation" (1999) had to say in his chapter discussing  the causes and consequences of THE GREAT DEPRESSION: 

           "While the rich became richer during the 1920s, unions were weak and workers were unable to enjoy the benefits of their improved productivity.  At his Baton Rouge plant, Henry Ford employed armed thugs to terrorize his employees against collective action. Unable to maintain their share of the economic surplus.  WORKERS EXPERIENCED a DECLINE IN REAL WAGES during the decade and corporate profits rose as a percentage of national income. CAPITALISM, however, REQUIRES CONSUMERS as much as savers and  [so]  DEMAND WAS MAINTAINED by the MASSIVE EXPANSION OF CONSUMER CREDIT, then called 'installment purchases'."  

  Of course, the flip-side of "CREDIT"  is  DEBT,   

so the titans of American's corporate industry were trying to fuel their continued (future) growth.... by PILING DEBT on their workers.   
Then (1920's) as now,  the 'Fed'  could  "CREATE MONEY" out of thin air,  as  DEBT to those who take on that credit as Chancellor explains:   

"The 'Federal'
Reserve,  with its ability to control interests rates and conduct 'Open Market Operations' - buying and selling government bonds in order to affect the money supply available to banks - was hailed in the 1920s as 'the remedy to the whole problem of booms, slumps, and panics'."

  Even the informed Mr. Chancellor falls for the Neo-Con/financial-speak seduction to downplay the influence of money printing  as (an implied 'merely')   "affect[ing] the money supply available to banks" .  

 We   say,  when you PRINT a fresh billion dollars,  someone is the beneficiary!

    Even if they "only" get a low-interest slice of that 'money' - 1% of $1 billion is still ten million dollars!
and that still leaves a billion newly created dollars floating around - to someone's benefit!

  We here at TheJewishWars blog  maintain that those entrusted with THE MONEY PRINTING power are ALWAYS looking for an opportunity,  for an excuse,  to  print themselves money - which they rationalize as "PROFITS" - 

i.e. today those  bankers & financiers behind the Bernanke Fed (those banks that  own the Fed)  EXCHANGING PAPER AMONGST THEMSELVES, and then bragging to us about their  holy "profits."    

 In 'normal times'  this temptation should be RESTRAINED by the consequences of debasing everyone else's money  
(in medieval England they executed - by torture! - those royal minters convicted of debasing the coinage) 

 However,   IN PEACETIME BOOM years,  the ability of those who control the money printing presses
(i.e. the so-called 'Federal' Reserve monopoly on the U.S. currency money printing machine)    
to convince the public that it is they, the wealthy,  who deserve all credit for economic expansion and that therefore their advice should be therefore be taken as gospel truth in all things financial,
  (including the right/ability to print themselves a few billion dollars here and there!) 

is hard to overcome - especially when the entitled wealthy not only own the money printing presses, but the press/media as well.   

   For this reason it is primarily during WAR YEARS - notably WWI, WWII, and to some extent even during the extended Cold War - that 'the Fed' based U.S. financial system has worked it best magic on the American economy.
    When they  are under IMMEDIATE THREATS from FOREIGN powers (especially during WWII, but also under the threat of nuclear war during 'the Cold War')  even the wealthy have to join in a common effort to see that threat defeated - or at the very least,  restrain from some of their most blatant and galling conspicuous consumption. 
    In peacetime, with that foreign threat(s) removed, the bankers & hyper-wealthy can once again revert to the eternal behavior of dominant elites everywhere, trying to diminish & impoverish everyone else under them (the serfs), while gathering wealth & power unto themselves (the autocrats, kleptocrats, oligarchs, and ruling juntas).

     Today, we have the worst of both worlds: the CONSPICUOUS CONSUMPTION by the entitled elites of a peacetime boom economy, while the so-called "threat" of  "terrorism" is imposed on us as an excuse used by the evil Neo-Con, judeo-dominated financial elite (see our below list!) to IMPOSE A DICTATORSHIP on America (and the world) -

  -  as we have illustrated time and time again here,  the Netanyahu/Sharon Likudnik jews  
(and their American government puppets in crime, backed by the ENTIRE jewish diaspora in America, with very few exceptions!) 
  ARE IN BED with SAUDI, QATAR, and other Gulf Arab oil state THEOCRATIC DICTATOR REGIMES,  and ACTIVELY INSTIGATE and/or finance TERROR ATTACKS to heighten fear in America and to further their insane world hegemony goals**

** ( i.e. having American taxpayer funded,  jewish controlled robotic mass-murder killer drones cruising every inch of airspace over the entire f***ing world,  a permanent, American financed judeo military conquest occupation of the entire world -

 -  because elites of all nations, races, and faiths are always prepared to ruthlessly destroy the competition, and judaism, in particular, is an entire  'faith'/religion dedicated to the notion of EXTERMINATING any and everyone who "poses a threat" to their dominance... including Egyptian, Persian, Canaanite, and other babies,  as the bible so vividly illustrates, time after time after blood-drenched, "holy warriors and prophets of g-o-d"  time...      


 Jewish Billionaires

 John Gandel – Northgan Gandel Group
Solomon Lew
Frank Lowy – The Westfield Group
Harry Triguboff – Meriton Apartments
Elie Horn – owner/founder Cyrela Brazil Realty SA
Joseph Safra – Safra Group
Moises Safra – Safra Group
Dorothea Steinbruch – widow of Mendel Steinbruch, co-founder of Vicunha Group, owner Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (steel company)
David Azrieli – founder Canpro Investments
Charles Bronfman – co-chairman Seagram Co.
Daryl Katz- founder/chairman Katz Group of Companies
Bernard Sherman – founder/chairman Apotex Group
Alexander Shnaider – co-founder Midland Group
Jeffrey Skoll – co-founder Ebay
Sir Michael Kadoorie – owner/founder CLP Holdings Ltd
Serge Dassault – Dassault Group
Alain & Gerard Wertheimer – owners Chanel
Andy von Bechtolsheim – co-founder Sun Microsystems
Shari Arison – co-owner Carnival Cruise
Ami/Michael Federmann – Federmann Enterprises
Morris Kahn – co-founder Amdocs
Lev Leviev – owner Africa-Israeli Investments
Alexander Mashkevich – co-owner Aflgeron Management
Arnon Milchan – New Regency Productions
Sammy Ofer – Ofer Brothers Group
Benny Steinmetz – Steinmetz Diamond Group
Yitzhak Tshuva – Delek Group
Stef Wertheimer – founder Iscar
Lily Safra – born Lily Watkins married into jewish money, husbands die of odd circumstances
Alexander Abramov – Evraz Holdings, steel production
Roman Abramovich – Sibneft
Peter Aven – co-founder Alfa Bank
Boris Berezovsky – a.k.a. Platon Elenin former deputy secretary of Russia security council, robber baron
Mikhail Fridman – Alfa Group
Vyacheslav Kantor – Akron
German Khan – executive director Alfa Group
Lev Kvetnoi
Leonid Mikhelson – founder/chairman Novatek
Victor Vekselberg – TNK-BP
Nicky Oppenheimer – De Beers
Isak Andic – founder Mango
Marcuise Alicia Koplowitz – Omega Capital
Marcuise Esther Koplowitz – Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas
Gennadiy Bogolyubov – Privat Group
Igor Kolomoysky – Dnipropetrovs’k Group
Victor Pinchuk – founder Interpipe Group
Clive Calder – founder Zomba Music Group
Richard Desmond – publisher Daily Express
Lloyd Dorfman – founder Travelers Group
Bernie Ecclestone – president/CEO Formula One Management
Laurence Graff – Graff Diamonds
Sir Philip Green – British Home Stores
Albert Gubay – founder Kwik Safe
Nasser Khalili – art dealer
Joseph Lewis – founder/investor Tavistock Group
Baron David Sainsbury – J Sainsbury
David & Simon Reuben – joint Chief Executives of Reuben Brothers
Eduard Shifrin – Midland Group
Daniel Abraham – Slim-Fast
Sheldon Adelson – Las Vegas Sands
Philip Anschutz – founder/chairman The Anschutz Corporation
Edmund Ansin – president Sunbeam Television Corp
Micky Arison – CEO/owner Carnival Cruise Lines
Steven Ballmer – CEO Microsoft
Ronald Baron – founder Baron Capitol Management
Marc Benioff – chairman/CEO of
Carl Berg – owner Berg & Berg
Nicolas Berggruen – founder Berggruen Holdings
Leon Black – partner Apollo Management
Arthur Blank – co-founder/co-owner Home Depot
Leonard Blavatnik – shareholder TNT-BP Saul and Access/Renova
Michael Bloomberg – NY city mayor, founder Bloomberg L.P.
Neil Bluhm – owner JMG Realty
David Bonderman – founder GP principal, TPG Group
Norman Braman – former owner Philadelphia Eagles
Charles Brandes -founder Brandes Investment Partners
Donald Bren – chairman Irvine Company
Sergey Brin – co-founder/co-owner Google
Eli Broad – shareholder American International Group
Edgar Bronfman, Sr – Seagram Co.
Ronald Burkle – founder Yucaipa Cos.
Alan Casden – partner Blackacre Capital Management
Leon Charney – lawyer
Steven Cohen – founder/chairman SAC Capital Partners
Leon Cooperman – founder/CEO/chairman Omega Advisors
Lester Crown – shareholder General Dynamics
Mark Cuban – founder, Dallas Mavericks
Michael Dell – founder Dell Computers
Barry Diller – founder CEO IAC
Stanley Druckenmiller – founder Duquesne Capital
Glenn Dubin – co-founder Highbridge Capital Management
Larry Ellison – CEO Oracle Communication
Israel Englander – Millennium Partners
Doris Fisher – co-founder The Gap
John Fisher – main shareholder The Gap
Kenneth Fisher – founder/chairman/CEO Fisher Investments
Robert Fisher – chairman The Gap
Thomas Friedkin – Gulf States Toyota
Robert Friedland – Ivanhoe Mines
Phillip Frost – chairman Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.
David Geffen – co-founder/co-owner Dream Works SKG
Malcolm Glazer – First Allied Corporation
Alec Gores – leveraged buyouts of technology firms
Tom Gores – Platinum Equity
David Gottesman – founder/partner First Manhattan
Jeffrey Greene – real estate
William Gross – manager Pacific Investments Management
Joshua Harris – partner Apollo Management
Carl Icahn – 2.9% of Time Warner, financier, corporate raider, private equity investor
Michael Ilitch – founder/owner Little Caesar’s Pizza
Jim Irsay – owner Indianapolis Colts
Irwin Jacobs – co-founder/main shareholder Qualcomm
Jeremy Jacobs, Sr – owner Deleware North Companies
George Kaiser – owner Kaiser-Fransis Oil
Sidney Kimmel – founder Jones Apparel Group, Nine West shoe stores
Alexander Knaster – CEO Pampona Capital Management
Charles Koch – CEO/chairman Koch Industries
David Koch – co-owner Koch Industries
William Koch – The Oxbow Group
Bruce Kovner – founder Caxton Associates
Robert Kraft – chairman Kraft Group
Michael Krasny – founder/owner CDW Computer
Henry Kravis – co-founder/co-owner Kohelberg, Kravis, Roberts & Company
Edward Lampert – CEO/chairman EPS Investments
Marc Lasry – founder/partner Avenue Capital Group
Leonard Lauder – co-owner/CEO Estee Lauder Companies
Ronald Lauder – co-owner Estee Lauder Companies
Ralph Lauren – founder/chairman Polo Ralph Lauren
Thomas Lee – founder Thomas H. Lee Partners
Richard LeFrak – president LeFrak Organisation
Nancy Lerner – main shareholder MBNA Financial
Norma Lerner – main shareholder MBNA Financial
Randolph Lerner – main shareholder MBNA Financial
Theodore Lerner – principal Lerner Enterprises
Peter Lewis – chairman Progressive Insurance Companies
George Lindemann – Palm Beach Investments
Jeffrey Lurie – owner (1994) Philadelphia Eagles
Stephen Mandel, Jr – founder Lone Pine Capital
Alfred Mann – owner Mankind Corporation
Joe Mansueto – founder/CEO Morningstar Inc
Bernard Marcus – co-founder/co-owner Home Depot
Gary Michelson – spinal surgeon
Michael Milken – Drexel Burnham Lambert
Paul Milstein – partner Milstein Properties
John Morgridge – chairman/CEO Cisco Systems
Michael Moritz – Sequoia Capital
Donald Newhouse – Advanced Publications
Samuel Newhouse, Jr – Advanced Publications
Daniel Och – Och-Ziff Capital Management
Larry Page – co-founder/co-owner Google
John Paulson – president Paulson & Co.
Nelson Peltz – Triarc Companies
Ronald Perelman – Revlon
Isaac Perlmutter – CEO Marvel Enterprises Inc
Michael Price – founder MFP Investments
Anthony Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Daniel Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
James Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Jay Robert Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Jean Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
John Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Karen Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Linda Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Nicholas Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Penny Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Thomas Pritzker – Hyatt Hotels, Marmon Group
Stewart Rahr – president/CEO Kinray Corp
Mitchell Rales – director (1983) owner Danaher Corporation
Steven Rales – chairman (1984) Danaher Corporation
Sumner Redstone – CEO/chairman Viacom
Ira Rennert – Renco Group
Marc Rich – commodities trader
Robert Rich, Jr – main shareholder Rich Products Corp
George Roberts – co-founder/co-owner Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co.
Stephen Ross – CEO/chairman Related Companies
Alexander Rovt – fertilizer
Marc Rowan – partner Apollo Management
David Rubinstein – co-founder The Carlyle Group
Haim Saban – Saban Capital Group
Henry Samueli – co-founder/owner Broadcom Corporation
Tamir Sapir – (birth name Temur Sepiahsvili) commodities, real estate
Steven Schonfeld – Schonfeld Group
Lynn Schusterman – Samson Investment Company
Stephen Schwarzman – founder Blackstone Group
Eugene Shvidler – shareholder Sibneft
Thomas Siebel – founder Siebel Systems
Herbert Simon – Simon Property Group
James Simons – founder Renaissance Technologies Corporation
Daniel Snyder – founder/owner Snyder Communications
Sheldon Solow – real estate
George Soros – investor
John Sperling – founder Apollo Group
Peter Sperling – Apollo Group
Jerry Speyer – CEO Tishman Speyer
Steven Spielberg – co-founder/co-owner DreamWorks SKG
Leonard Stern – Hartz Mountain
Henry Swieca – co-founder Highbridge Capital Management
Alfred Taubman – Sotheby’s auction and shopping centers
David Tepper – hedge funds, Appaloosa Management
Joan Tisch – co-chairman Loews Corporation
Wilma Tisch – co-chairman Loews Corporation
Leslie Wexner – CEO Limited Brands
Meg Whitman – CEO/president Ebay
Stephen Wynn – chairman/CEO Mirage Resorts
Charles Zegar – New York Bloomberg LP
Sam Zell – Equity Residential
Daniel Ziff – co-owner Ziff-Davis Publishing
Dirk Ziff – co-owner Ziff-Davis Publishing
Robert Ziff – co-owner Ziff-Davis Publishing
Mark Zuckerberg- founder Facebook
Mortimer Zuckerman – founder New York Daily News