dandorfman (dandorfman) wrote,

"New Kings of Wall Street."

Продолжаю конспирологничать...(или конспирологиничать?). Короче, продолжаю дурью маяться.

То что жиды продали и купили Америку много раз и с большой прибылью, это и маленькому ежику понятно.
Точно так же они поступили и с Россией.
Но это было раньше. А как сейчас, кто теперь продает и покупает Америку?
И тут... surprise, surprise. Похоже у Мировой Закулисы появились новые хозяева и именно они скупают Америку.
Так что не вышло у евреев. Уступают свою мировую власть. И кому!?
Вы не поверите, своим двоюродным семитским братьям:
Эту статью я нашел на сайте WND.

Что такое WND можете посмотреть здесь:

Переводить не буду. Там и так все ясно. Цифры, цифры, цифры, сотни миллиардов, триллионы, названия арабских инвестиционных фондов и имена их владельцев. Ну и Business Week называет их "Новыми Королями Уолл-Стрит".
Короче, продали Америку арабам. Кого теперь бить и спасать Америку?


Arab nations eye control of U.S. companies

Ready to move with $1.7 trillion in windfall profits from oil-price

Jerom R. Corsi

Sovereign Wealth Funds in six Persian Gulf countries – including Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar – have now amassed $1.7 trillion, positioning them for attempts to control major banks and securities firms in the U.S.

The funds are ready to invest petrodollar earnings worldwide as their managers examine equity plays on businesses around the globe, Business Week reports.

Sovereign Wealth Funds in the Persian Gulf are comprised of government-controlled investment portfolios amassed largely as a result of the windfall profits from oil climbing to record highs.

Increasingly, U.S. investment bankers are traveling to the Middle East to meet what Business Week calls the "New Kings of Wall Street." The fund managers include:

Shiek Khalifi Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, chairman and managing director of the $875 billion asset Abu Dhabi Investment Authority that in late November invested $7.5 billion for a 4.9 percent equity stake in Citigroup.

Bader M. Al Sa’ad is the managing director of the $213 billion asset Kuwait Investment Authority, a fund which has become the cornerstone investor in the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China’s largest commercial bank.

Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabir Al-Thani is Qatar’s prime minister and head of the Qatar Investment Authority, a $50 billion investment fund that in September bought 20 percent of the London Stock Exchange.

Soud Ba’alawy, the executive chairman of Dubai Group, a financial conglomerate which includes the Dubai Investment Group that through Borse Dubai owns a 19.9 percent stake in Nasdaq, the second largest securities exchange in the U.S.

Among U.S. companies, including many of the largest banks and financial institutions, there are many candidates that now or soon may be more than willing to receive capital infusions from foreign sources, including Middle East Sovereign Wealth Funds.


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