Trilateral Commission Member to Replace Poland’s President !

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PostSat Apr 17, 2010 5:40 pm » by Muchtyman


There is some mighty strange circumstances involving the crash at Smolensk , but watch this space .


CFR, Trilateral Commission Member to Replace Poland’s Kaczynski?
Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
April 14, 2010
BusinessWeek reported yesterday that Andrzej Olechowski will enter a presidential race in Poland to replace Lech Kaczynski.
“The Polish Peasants’ Party, the junior partner in the governing coalition, will probably nominate its leader, Economy Minister Waldemar Pawlak, and Andrzej Olechowski, a former foreign minister and finance minister, will run as an independent,” it is reported.
Odds on Andrzej Olechowski. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission. He was also an economist for the World Bank.
He also appears to work closely with the banksters: Olechowski sat on the supervisory boards of a number of European banks and corporations. Most notably he was on the advisory board of Goldman Sachs (see this biography on Olechowski’s personal home page; in Polish).
I am not saying Lech Kaczynski was killed in order for a one-worlder to take his place. I am saying that it is an opportunity for another bankster minion to rule a country that seemed to be at odds with the European Union and the one-world project.

http://www.infowars.com/cfr-trilateral- ... kaczynski/

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PostSat Apr 17, 2010 6:24 pm » by TheDuck


:shock: Well they wouldn't wanna miss that opportunity now would they.

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PostSat Apr 17, 2010 7:15 pm » by Boondox681


*cough *Cough Terr0rists targt *cough Tri Cmision *Cough *Cough hint hint

Well they wouldn't wanna miss that opportunity now would they.

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PostSun Apr 18, 2010 9:52 am » by Illuminated


:dunno: wow! spread that where you can people.

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7page article - a real eye opener
hhttp://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/ ... t=0&page=1
excerpt from ^:

Unlike at other banks, top performers are encouraged to get on, make all the money they will ever need in their thirties, then get out to "do good". The average tenure of a partner is eight years. "You don’t join for the retirement programme," says one staffer. "You have your phase of the moon to make money and then f*** off." But doing good does not mean running an HIV clinic in Kinshasa, it means getting top jobs in treasuries, central banks and stock exchanges around the world.

The list of former Goldman executives who have held key posts in the US administration and vital global institutions in New York and Washington alone is mind-boggling. It includes: the treasury secretary under Bill Clinton (Robert Rubin); the treasury secretary under George Bush (Hank Paulson); the current president and former chairman of the New York Federal Reserve (William Dudley and Stephen Friedman); the chief of staff to the treasury secretary Timothy Geithner (Mark Patterson); the chief of staff under President Bush (Joshua Bolten); the economic adviser to the secretary of state, Hillary Clinton (Robert Hormats); the chairman of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (Gary Gensler); the under-secretary of state for economic, business, and agricultural affairs under President Bush (Reuben Jeffery); the past and current heads of the New York Stock Exchange (John Thain and Duncan Niederauer); the chief operating officer of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement division (Adam Storch). Moreover, Goldman’s new top lobbyist in Washington, Michael Paese, used to work for Barney Frank, the congressman who chairs the House Financial Services Committee. To put this in perspective, imagine that Alistair Darling, the chancellor, and his key advisers, Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, Xavier Rolet, the boss of the London Stock Exchange, and Hector Sants, head of the Financial Services Authority, all used to work at the same City firm before moving into government. Small wonder that another of Goldman’s nicknames is "Government Sachs".

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PostSun Apr 18, 2010 9:59 am » by Reinaul


theduck wrote::shock: Well they wouldn't wanna miss that opportunity now would they.

*cough *Cough Terr0rists targt *cough Tri Cmision *Cough *Cough hint hint :lol:

Yes I'm raving 8-)


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good post muchtyman :flop:
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