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Jeb Bush, John Kasich Lehman Brothers connection .

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 It seems people have forgotten that Jeb Bush and John Kasich  had a connection to Lehman Brothers .  The organization that was instrumental in the 2008 financial meltdown .  Jeb Bush was officially a adviser to Lehman Brothers and Barclay's ( A subsidiary ).  Neither candidate was drastically hurt by the global meltdown  and now we have both of them running for president with barely a whisper of this ?

 

[ex]The two banks were his biggest sources of income in recent years: Bush earned more than $14 million working for Lehman and then Barclays, which based on my understanding of simple math accounted for nearly half of the $29 million he made after he left government. Yet in Tuesday’s disclosure, and even in many of his public comments, Bush has downplayed his work for the two banks.

The storied bank hired former Gov. Jeb Bush as a consultant in June 2007, five months after he left office. As governor, Bush also served as a trustee for the State Board of Administration, which invests public money.

Lehman was the dominant Wall Street broker that sold the SBA $1.4 billion of risky, mortgage-related securities that started tanking in August 2007.

Bush has said he had nothing to do with those sales.

 

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http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/political-animal-a/2015_07/kasich_and_bush_the_lehman_bro056489.php 

 

 This should be a much bigger story than it actually is. Apparently this will be left up to social media so everybody get on it !

 

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In NZ our Prime Minister worked for Merrill Lynch for years and then worked for the FED for 2 years before being shoulder tapped an asked to be leader of the National Party in NZ.

 

Since coming to power his party has claimed NZ's economy is doing great and they have controlled our profits verses debts well. Simultaneously they have been borrowing 300 million NZD per week off the same banking corporations the NZ PM used to work for. (he has shares in the Bank of America) If you are running the nation responsibly you don't need to borrow money. Each one of those weekly borrowings (it that a word?) after being packaged up into financial investments paying roughly what the interest rate is on them each one of those loan deal makes the banks we are borrowing several billion dollars. Quite a scam the corrupt NZ media turns a blind eye to.

 

Big friend of Obama, they often walk together in Hawaii when on holidaying their Hawaiian mansions. 

 

A lot of western leaders and their cadre are tied to wall street. The ones who are not are often tied to the City of London corp  the UK version of Wall street.

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I frequently run across the same guys in my searches on who owns what. Behind these fronts are banksters, the richest corporations and government officialdom, past and present. Vanguard and State Street are heavily tied to Goldman Sachs. If you look at The Goldman Sachs Group you'll find Vanguard Group and State Street at the very top of the list.

https://finance.yahoo.com/q/mh?s=GS+Major+Holders

Maybe you're researching the prison industry and who should you come across?

“According to public analysis from Bloomberg, the largest holder in Corrections Corporation of America is Vanguard Group Incorporated. Interestingly enough, Vanguard also holds considerable stake in the media giants determining this country’s culture. In fact, Vanguard is the third largest holder in both Viacom and Time Warner. Vanguard is also the third largest holder in the GEO Group, whose correctional, detention and community reentry services boast 101 facilities, approximately 73,000 beds and 18,000 employees. Second nationally only to Corrections Corporation of America, GEO’s facilities are located not only in the United States but in the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa.

https://darwinbondgraham.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/who-owns-the-private-prison-corporations/

They're rather an insidious lot like spiders.

 

Top Institutional Holders

HolderShares% OutValue*Reported
Capital World Investors25,308,2565.439,417,202,209Mar 31, 2015
Price (T.Rowe) Associates Inc21,834,5954.698,124,652,930Mar 31, 2015
Vanguard Group, Inc. (The)20,582,8374.427,658,873,771Mar 31, 2015
Capital Research Global Investors16,688,4353.586,209,766,763Mar 31, 2015
State Street Corporation15,493,5383.335,765,145,582Mar 31, 2015
FMR, LLC13,912,4562.995,176,824,961Mar 31, 2015
Baillie Gifford and Company10,823,1102.324,698,203,776Jun 30, 2015
BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A.9,723,1172.094,220,707,819Jun 30, 2015
     
https://finance.yahoo.com/q/mh?s=AMZN+Major+Holders
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I frequently run across the same guys in my searches on who owns what. Behind these fronts are banksters, the richest corporations and government officialdom, past and present. Vanguard and State Street are heavily tied to Goldman Sachs. If you look at The Goldman Sachs Group you'll find Vanguard Group and State Street at the very top of the list.

https://finance.yahoo.com/q/mh?s=GS+Major+Holders

Maybe you're researching the prison industry and who should you come across?

“According to public analysis from Bloomberg, the largest holder in Corrections Corporation of America is Vanguard Group Incorporated. Interestingly enough, Vanguard also holds considerable stake in the media giants determining this country’s culture. In fact, Vanguard is the third largest holder in both Viacom and Time Warner. Vanguard is also the third largest holder in the GEO Group, whose correctional, detention and community reentry services boast 101 facilities, approximately 73,000 beds and 18,000 employees. Second nationally only to Corrections Corporation of America, GEO’s facilities are located not only in the United States but in the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa.

https://darwinbondgraham.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/who-owns-the-private-prison-corporations/

They're rather an insidious lot like spiders.

 

Top Institutional Holders

HolderShares% OutValue*Reported
Capital World Investors25,308,2565.439,417,202,209Mar 31, 2015
Price (T.Rowe) Associates Inc21,834,5954.698,124,652,930Mar 31, 2015
Vanguard Group, Inc. (The)20,582,8374.427,658,873,771Mar 31, 2015
Capital Research Global Investors16,688,4353.586,209,766,763Mar 31, 2015
State Street Corporation15,493,5383.335,765,145,582Mar 31, 2015
FMR, LLC13,912,4562.995,176,824,961Mar 31, 2015
Baillie Gifford and Company10,823,1102.324,698,203,776Jun 30, 2015
BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A.9,723,1172.094,220,707,819Jun 30, 2015
     
https://finance.yahoo.com/q/mh?s=AMZN+Major+Holders

information like that is what makes me passionate about vetting candidates before they achieve federal level .

 

 The only way to change Washington is to get involved in your local elections. Find out who is  backed by big money before they become attorney general or judge and then onto senator, governor or  President .

 

 The optimal time for your vote to count is at the local level .  I will continue to preach this position until I am heard. Most local levels barely get a 30% turnout from registered voters .

 

 Myself I've begun to believe that the "your vote doesn't count"  movement is    Founded by big government and corporations as a means to discourage us from participating when we can make the difference .

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