Friday, January 26, 2018


It's hard to say who sold out to whom: Trump sold out to Davos? Or Davos sold out to Trump? It's difficult.

You see, Trump is at Davos begging the globalists to consider America as a base of their operations. And just look at the companies he met with last night: HSBC, Novartis, Bayer. These are globalist corporations.

But then you have the likes of Lloyd Blankfein and Jamie Dimon praising Bomber Trump for his tax cuts which are making them wealthier.

Take this quote from Skull & Bones Steve Schwarzman:
Wall Street is one of the biggest beneficiaries of Trump’s tax cuts. Its profitability has gone up and it benefits from the U.S. stock market hitting record highs, with many chief executives receiving the bulk of their compensation in stock options.

“You’re making money and it’s not real hard work,” Steve Schwarzman, chief executive of Blackstone, told a panel. Schwarzman was the head of Trump’s business advisory council, which dissolved in August after many so many of the executives on the council pulled out because of Trump’s Charlottesville remarks.

Schwarzman has since hosted a $100,000-a-ticket fundraiser for Trump at his New York City home, and he talked up the tax bill in Davos. “The world is in a good place economically, about as good as it can be,” he said.

[source : Trump wins over global elites at Davos. All it took was a $1.5 trillion tax cut., Washington Post,, 25th January 2018]

Bomber Trump should not be earning praise from the likes of Dimon and Blankfein. He should be locking them up for what they did last decade.

And Bomber Trump should not be earning praise from Netanyahu for taking on Iran and moving the US embassy to Jerusalem. He should be dragging him kicking and screaming to testify before a re-opened investigation into 9/11 to find out what he knew about 9/11, and when he knew it.

Let's just say then that Trump and Davos sold out to each other.

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