Larry Summers y el Misterioso Memorándum “End-Game”


Publicado el 21/09/2013

En este video Luke Rudkowski entrevista al periodista investigador Greg Palast sobre el memorándum secreto que Palast descubrio. El memo End-Game descubre como oficiales de alto rango del Departamento del Tesoro han conspirado con unos pocos pero poderosos banqueros para poner de rodillas al mundo.

G.Palast

G.Palast

Larry Summers Renuncia a su candidatura para encabezar la FED:
http://actualidad.rt.com/ultima_hora/…

http://www.gregpalast.com/larry-summe…

The memo is authentic.

To get that confirmation, I would have to fly to Geneva and wangle a meeting with the Secretary General of the World Trade Organization, Pascal Lamy. I did. Lamy, the Generalissimo of Globalization, told me, “The WTO was not created as some dark cabal of multinationals secretly cooking plots against the people…. We don’t have cigar-smoking, rich, crazy bankers negotiating.”

Then I showed him the memo.

It begins with Summers’ flunky, Timothy Geithner, reminding his boss to call the then most powerful CEOs on the planet and get them to order their lobbyist armies to march: “As we enter the end-game of the WTO financial services negotiations, I believe it would be a good idea for you to touch base with the CEOs….”

To avoid Summers having to call his office to get the phone numbers (which, under US law, would have to appear on public logs), Geithner listed their private lines. And here they are:

Goldman Sachs: John Corzine (212)902-8281
Merrill Lynch: David Kamanski (212)449-6868
Bank of America, David Coulter (415)622-2255
Citibank: John Reed (212)559-2732
Chase Manhattan: Walter Shipley (212)270-1380

spider_jerusalem, alter ego Greg

spider_jerusalem, alter ego Greg

http://actualidad.rt.com/economia/vie…

Fuente: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogc-L…

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