Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Who bankrolls the politicians?

Who bankrolled Blair?

Who bankrolled Hitler?

Former Federal Prosecutor John Loftus ( http://www.john-loftus.com/bush_nazi_scandal.asp )
tells us that:

1. Jack Kennedy's father bought Nazi stocks from Prescott Bush.

2. The Harrimans and the Rockefellers increased their fortunes in Nazi Germany.

3. Averil Harriman secretly financed the Bolsheviks.

'Harriman bribed Lenin into letting him take over the Czar's cartels, which exported managanese, iron ore and other raw materials. Harriman shipped the Russian raw materials to his German partners, the Thyssens, who had been secretly bought out by the Rockefellers.'

The Rockefeller's lawyers, the Dulles Brothers, 'had deliberately and systematically bankrupted the German economy with the Versaille Treaty'. The Rockefellers 'were able to buy the stock of nearly every German company for a song.'

4. The Bush family funded Hitler.

The Bush-Thyssen files, in the US National Archives, show that the Bush family stayed on the boards of Nazi front groups 'even after they knew that they were helping the financial cause of the Third Reich'. Nazi Germany 'is where the Bush family fortune came from'.


Who has given money to Tony Blair's Labour Party?

Source: http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/politics/article352586.ece

Sir David Garrard (gave £2.3m to Blair's Labour Party)
Property developer and friend of Lord Levy. Knighted in 2002. Worth: about £102m.

Lord David Sainsbury (£2m)
He was made a peer in 1997 and appointedScience minister in 1998. Worth: Family fortune estimated at £1.71bn.

Rod Aldridge (£1m)
Executive chairman of the support services firm Capita, which held the contract to run the troubled Criminal Records Bureau. Capita has prospered under controversial public- private deals championed by Labour. Worth: about £73m

Andrew Rosenfeld (£1m)
Chairman of the property firm Minerva. A former business partner of Sir David Garrard, who is supporting one of the city academies. Worth: about £92m

Barry Townsley (£1m)
Stockbroker who has given £1.5m sponsorship to Stockley City Academy. Caught up in the "Galloping Major" City scandal and banned from trading for six months.

Sir Christopher Evans (£1m)
As head of Merlin Biosciences, which he set up in 1996, he is the UK's best-known biotechnology entrepreneur. Knighted in 2001 after giving money to Labour in 1998-99 and 1999-2000. Worth: about £158m

Nigel Morris (£1m)
Former head of Capital One, the credit card issuer, and a former social worker from Essex. Donated £50,000 to Labour last year. Worth: £300m

Derek Tullett (£400k)
City stockbroker and long-standing Labour supporter. A non-executive director of the online betting exchange Gaming Bourse. Reported to have given the party £100,000 in 2002. Appointed CBE 10 years ago.


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