Thursday, 3 July 2014

Bush and Carlyle Group

Rise and Fall
The Best Enemies money can buy.
Carlyle Profits increase after war

It was once thought that Tony Blair, would move on from UK politics to take up a high profile international job. But his chances of heading a United Nations agency, the World Bank or another multinational institution were quashed forever when he joined The US president, George Bush, in the war in Iraq.

Iraq War, and the company that profits.

The Carlyle Group is one of the world's largest private equity firms, with more than $34.9 billion under management. The investment firm manages funds across four investment disciplines (buyouts, venture capital, real estate and leveraged finance).

The 9/11 links....go on...very interesting.
  • L. Paul Bremer, the managing director at Kissinger Associates from 1989 to 2000, left there to take a job with WTC impact zone tenant Marsh & McLennan, and then played a leading role in establishing the official myth of 9/11.
  • Peter Rodman, PNAC member and Assistant Secretary of Defense on 9/11, hosted meetings with Pakistani ISI General Ahmed the week before 9/11, and had previously been a Special Assistant to Kissinger for eight years.[44]
  • Joseph Kasputys, south tower impact zone tenant, worked with Kissinger in the Ford Administration (along with Cheney, Greenspan, DiBona, and Rumsfeld).[45]
  • Kissinger is also closely associated with several 9/11 Commissioners, including his long-time National Security Council assistant John Lehman, and his fellow Hollinger board member James R. Thompson.
  • And Phillip Odeen of BDM, who was Barry McDaniel’s boss until McDaniel left to lead WTC security company Stratesec, was a Kissinger assistant for several years.

  • there was a far more powerful and highly connected system of intelligence and financial networks, represented by organizations like Carlyle, Kissinger, SAIC and Halliburton, that converged upon the events of 9/11. That other system continues to profit from the 9/11 attacks, and uses the fear and rage generated by al Qaeda-attributed terrorism to its own advantage. Understanding and destroying terrorism might simply be a matter of understanding and destroying the organizations that continue to profit from 9/11.

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