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World Bank Whistleblower Reveals How The Global Elite Rule The World

World Bank Whistleblower Reveals How The Global Elite Rule The World
This article was first published on September 30, 2013. Karen Hudes is a graduate of Yale Law School and she worked in the legal department of the World Bank for more than 20 years. In fact, when she was fired for blowing the whistle on corruption inside the World Bank, she held the position of Senior Counsel. She was in a unique position to see exactly how the global elite rules the world, and the information that she is now revealing to the public is absolutely stunning. The goal is control. Remember, this is not some “conspiracy theorist” that is saying these things. Karen Hudes studied law at Yale Law School and economics at the University of Amsterdam. Today, Hudes is trying very hard to expose the corrupt financial system that the global elite are using to control the wealth of the world. Previously, I have written about the Swiss study that Hudes mentioned. But the global elite don’t just control these mega-corporations. This system did not come into being by accident. Related:  Whislteblowers

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Bankers killing bankers for the insurance money and another look at 9/11 — RT Op-Edge Max Keiser, the host of RT's ‘Keiser Report,’ is a former stockbroker, the inventor of the virtual specialist technology, virtual currencies, and prediction markets. Published time: May 14, 2014 19:12 Reuters / Daniel Munoz Two big, macabre stories came out of Wall Street recently: the rash of banker deaths by apparent murder and/or suicide, and speculation that bank CEOs themselves are behind the trend to cash in on the insurance. It turns out that banks take out life insurance policies on their employees, and those policies pay out death benefits to the banks – not the families. Should we be surprised by this banker-on-banker death scam? Jim Rickards is both a Washington insider and a Wall Street insider. I've interviewed Jim Rickards on my show 'Keiser Report' many times and spent time with him personally comparing notes from our Wall Street days. Reuters / Brendan McDermid

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Hunter Biden joins the team of Burisma Holdings | Burisma Burisma Holdings, Ukraine’s largest private gas producer, has expanded its Board of Directors by bringing on Mr. R Hunter Biden as a new director. R. Hunter Biden will be in charge of the Holdings’ legal unit and will provide support for the Company among international organizations. The Chairman of the Board of Directors of Burisma Holdings, Mr. R. Mr. Mr. R. Company Background: Burisma Holdings is a privately owned oil and gas company with assets in Ukraine and operating in the energy market since 2002. For more information contact the press office at

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Dan Kennedy: Obama's War on Journalism Kudos to David Carr of the New York Times for shining a light on an issue that doesn't attract nearly the attention that it should: the Obama administration's abuse of the Espionage Act, which in turn has led to a virtual war on journalism and free expression. As Carr notes, the Espionage Act, approved in 1917 during the hysteria of World War I, was used three times before President Obama took office in 2009 -- and six times during his presidency. We live in a dangerous era, and there have been prosecutions with which it may be hard to disagree. Carr cites the case of Bradley Manning, who's been charged with stealing national-security documents that are at the heart of the WikiLeaks disclosures. But Carr also writes that leak prosecutions often seem to be aimed more at punishing people for embarrassing the government than for genuinely damaging national security. (More about the Kiriakou case from the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press. I can't tell you about that case.

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