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Old 25-01-2018, 06:43 PM   #27
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Default Rockefeller, Kissinger, Taubman

I think that the most important criticism between Iamawaveofthesea and Vancity eagle is that:
- Vancity eagle accuses Iamawaveofthesea of being “right wing”.
- Iamawaveofthesea accuses Vancity eagle of being “left wing”.
This is insulting to both of them. This discussion appears to get more than a little repetitive. From my point of view, more often than not, their stated opinions are very close to each other...

At the 2005 Florida wedding of Donald Trump to nude model Melania Knauss, hundreds of celebrities and celebrities and power brokers attended, including Bill and Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani.
Some of the people expected were: Prince Albert of Monaco, Mayor of New York Bloomberg, Henry and Nancy Kissinger, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Harvey Weinstein and Abe Rosenthal:

Donald and (first wife) Ivana Trump and Andrew Stein and (then) wife Lynn Forester also attended Shirley and “Lord” Abe Rosenthal's wedding reception on 10 June 1987 in New York.

Even British Crown Prince Charles was present:

See Charles, Donald and Melania in 2005.

David Rockefeller had a huge file cabinet to register all of the important people he met during his (long) career.
Donald Trump repeatedly met David Rockefeller, including in 1971 (when Trump was 25).
See Rockefeller’s card on Donald J. Trump.

It would be interesting to see Rockefeller’s cards on Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and Roy Cohn...
Kissinger had most cards – 35 – because he was Rockefeller’s favourite agent:

The Rockefellers and Rothschilds have been partners in crime for more than 100 years, and have even intermarried.
David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger are both listed in the little black book of Jeffrey Epstein...

When I search for the connection between Donald Trump and Henry Kissinger, the first thing that pops up, is their meeting on 10 October 2017 in Washington DC.
At this occasion Trump praised Kissinger and said:
Henry Kissinger has been a friend of mine.
I’ve liked him. I’ve respected him. But we’ve been friends for a long time, long before my emergence into the world of politics, which has not been too long.
See Henry and Nancy Kissinger, Donald and (then wife) Ivana Trump backstage at a Liza Minelli show in New York, 11 June 1987.

Since Donald Trump announced his candidacy, he met Kissinger in May 2016 and (at least) twice in 2017:

The following picture shows Donald Trump and Melania very close to Henry Kissinger. On the far left is Adolph “Alfred“ Taubman.
This was taken at the celebration of Taubman’s book “Treshold resistance” in New York City, 10 April 2007.

It looks more and more like Donald Trump was hanging out with the same crowd as the infamous paedophile Jeffrey Epstein; Alfred Taubman was also in the little black book of Epstein…
Alfred Taubman was at Leslie Wexner’s party to which Alan Dershowitz was invited by Jeffrey Epstein after they had been introduced to each other by Lynn Forester (now “lady” De Rothschild):
Epstein visited Dershowitz in Cambridge, sent him a thank-you bottle of wine, and a week later called to invite him to the 59th birthday party of Victoria’s Secret founder Leslie Wexner. “I said, ‘Who’s going to be there?’” Dershowitz tells me. “[He said], ‘Shimon Peres is going to be there. Senator [John] Glenn, the astronaut. Alfred Taubman, the head of Sotheby’s.’”

Alfred Taubman is best known as the chairman of auction house Sotheby’s. In 1983, Taubman paid $124.8 million for Sotheby’s, much of it financed by friends, including Henry Ford II.
In 2001, Taubman was convicted in the US District Court in New York of colluding with “Sir” Anthony Tennant, his counterpart at Christie’s. Taubman met Tennant 12 times in London and New York between 1993 and 1996. Taubman’s chief executive, Diana D. Brooks, the principal witness against him, testified that he directed her to meet with Christie’s chief executive, Christopher M. Davidge, to implement higher sellers’ fees and lower incentives to buyers.
This cheated buyers and sellers out of $100 million.

In 2002 Taubman was sentenced to 10 months in a low-security prison and was fined $7.5 million. In addition, Sotheby’s pleaded guilty to price fixing, paid a $45 million fine and settled a civil suit by aggrieved clients for $256 million.
Taubman reportedly paid $156 million of the civil costs, plus $30 million to settle a stockholders’ suit. In 2005, he sold his controlling interest in Sotheby’s for stock and $168 million in cash.

Taubman has claimed that he was framed by Sotheby's Diana Brooks (who served 6 months' house arrest) and Christopher Davidge after they had made plea bargain deals with prosecutors.
Tennant was also indicted, but under English law he couldn’t be extradited and never stood trial:

On 9 February 2012, at the home of Lynn Forester de Rothschild a private information session about Americans Elect was held.
Alfred Taubman and News Corp. executive Joel Klein were present:

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