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Message Subject 7 Weeks to Austerity Programs in the US...Who do you think wrote the "fiscal cliff" legislation?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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The main piece of governmentalese that put the "fiscal cliff" in place was The Budget Control Act of August 2011...introduced and sponsored by Senator Tom Harkin. There were NO cosponsors.
So who pulls Harkins strings for the BIS?

The top contributor to Harkin are TPG Capital.
The 4th largest are (unsurprisingly) Golodman Sachs.
[link to www.opensecrets.org]

Nothing need be reviewed here about Goldman Sachs. We all know they are joined at the hip to the world's central banks and thus in tight with the Bank of International Settlements.

TPG Capital is relatively low profile compared to goldman but they are huge.

It's "one of the largest private equity investment firms globally, focused on leveraged buyout, growth capital and leveraged recapitalization investments in distressed companies and turnaround situations. TPG also manages investment funds specializing in growth capital, venture capital, public equity, and debt investments."
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

They are obviously going to greatly profit when austerity causes smaller companies to go bust by buying them out cheap and beefing up their portfolio trading in debt investments by positioning themselves in front of the austerity wave.

TPG is run by :

David Bonderman - While at or shortly after his time at Harvard, he traveled to Cairo, Egypt, to study Islamic Legal Jurisprudence and Law, and became proficient in various Islamic legal cliques developing a near-native fluency in Modern Standard Arabic.
Bonderman is listed on the 2011 Forbes 400 list as the 209th wealthiest American with a net worth of approximately $2 billion.
In 2002, for his 60th birthday, Bonderman had The Rolling Stones and John Mellencamp play at his birthday party at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. John Mellencamp played for an hour, The Rolling Stones played for an hour and a half and comedian Robin Williams entertained guests between acts. The party cost $7 million, making it one of the most expensive private concerts ever held.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

James Coulter - Prior to co-founding TPG in 1992, Coulter and the other co-founders worked for Robert M. Bass. Coulter joined the Robert M. Bass Group from Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb.
Coulter has been involved in some of the largest leveraged buyout transactions on record including TPG's marquee transaction, the takeover of Continental Airlines in 1993.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

William S. Price III - Prior to co-founding Texas Pacific Group in 1993, Bill Price was Vice President of Strategic Planning and Business Development for GE Capital. Prior to this, Price was a partner and co-head of the Financial Services Practice of Bain & Company.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The companies that these guys have been and continue to be involved with are all high up in the globalist/banking elite pecking order.

Between Goldman and ATP, it would have been childs play to use Harkin as the conduit for putting the "fiscal cliff" scam in play.
 
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