A globalist owns our newspaper to push their agenda here in Alaska.
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David Mark Rubenstein (born August 11, 1949) is an American financier and philanthropist best known as co-founder and co-chief executive officer of The Carlyle Group, a global private equity investment firm based in Washington D.C. He is also currently serving as chairman of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and chairman of the board of trustees at Duke University, his alma mater. According to the Forbes ranking of the wealthiest people in America, Rubenstein has a net worth of $3.1 billion. …
- Brookings Institution – Vice Chairman
- Carlyle Group – Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer
- Council on Foreign Relations – Vice Chairman
- World Economic Forum – International Business Council (source)
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Committee of 300″ membership list for 2010
by John Coleman
The Committee of 300 is a product of the British East India Company’s Council of 300. The East India Company was chartered by the British royal family in 1600. It made vast fortunes in the opium drug trade with China and became the largest company on earth in its time. Today, through many powerful alliances, the Committee of 300 rules the world and is the driving force behind the criminal agenda to create a “New World Order”, under a “Totalitarian Global Government”.
David Rubenstein (source)
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From: Washington Post
What’s this Washington insider and billionaire’s wife doing in Alaska?
..for someone who has generated so much news, there has been remarkably little published about her. …
Rogoff’s husband was casting about for a post-White House career. In 1987, he co-founded the Carlyle Group….
As the firm grew, it recruited senior statesmen as partners or advisers — including former defense secretary Frank Carlucci, former secretary of state James Baker and former president George H.W. Bush — and set about investing in defense contractors. These moves would attract charges that it helped former pols cash in on their connections and conspiracy theories that it profited from the 2003 Iraq war. The firm eventually broadened its portfolio beyond military contractors and now manages almost $200 billion in global assets across a dizzying array of sectors, including agriculture, transportation, natural resources, mining, aerospace, automotive, energy, health care, information technology, real estate and retail.
The Bush and Rubenstein families traveled together….
Rogoff told me, she began reading the “brilliant” work of Scott Borgerson, a former U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant commander and Council on Foreign Relations fellow….
In several articles for Foreign Affairs magazine, Borgerson noted that the Russians, Canadians, Danish and Norwegians are establishing deepwater ports along their Arctic shorelines, funding new Arctic naval patrol vessels and staking territorial claims on the Arctic Ocean floor. …
Former Daily News executive editor Pat Dougherty…said: “The sale of the Daily News to the Dispatch is not the story of the feisty little Web site that persevered and toppled the old media giant. This is the story of an heiress, married to a billionaire, who was willing to pay whatever it took to buy the state’s most influential newspaper and most successful Web site.” …