the reproductive strategy of the pedo jewish supremacists species

Aug 8 20:07 [raw]

1. rape and harrass as much as possible non jewish girls to weaken their motherhood potential 2. reproduce with pure jewish girls and if stock too low with protected non jewish girls to assure the total depletion of matting parteners for non jews. 3. attack, harrass, use all tricks under the sun to weaken the offspring of non jewish children. 4. use a few non jews as cover to cloak the reproductive strategy. darwinism? or supremacism applied in a covert way?

Aug 8 20:15 [raw]

If that were the case, Judaism would be much bigger than it is now (0.22%)

Aug 8 20:33 [raw]

it's to cloak better, otherwise it would be too obvious and the strategy would fail, by deceit... let's look at the share of wealth in infested countries to see the reality behind the 0.22 %... I forget, it's because of the fact they are chosen people of god and not who controls the printing (not only fiat) press... very interesting. happy to see this theory proved wrong.

Aug 8 20:44 [raw]

Advertising and public relations Richard Edelman Alvin Achenbaum, former advertising executive, co-founder of Achenbaum and Associates[1] William Bernbach, co-founder of DDB Worldwide Communications Group Inc.[2] Milton H. Biow, advertising executive who founded the Biow Company[3][4] David Deutsch, founder of Deutsch, Inc. (later led by his son, Donny Deutsch; sold to IPG in 2000)[5][6] Daniel Edelman, founder of PR firm Edelman, Inc. (now led by his son, Richard Edelman)[7] Alvin Eicoff, founder of A. Eicoff & Company, inventor of direct response television advertising[8][9][10] Alfred Fleishman, co-founder of PR and marketing agency FleishmanHillard Inc.[11][12] Michael Kempner, founder of PR firm MWWPR[13] Albert Lasker, Prussian-born advertising pioneer, former owner of the Lord & Thomas advertising agency (now Foote, Cone & Belding)[14] Randall Rothenberg, CEO of iab.[15] Marian Salzman, advertising and PR executive, CEO of Havas PR North America[16] Ronn Torossian, founder and CEO of 5W Public Relations[17][18] Lawrence Valenstein, co-founder of Grey Group[19] Lester Wunderman, founder of Wunderman, Inc., direct marketer and inventor of the toll-free 1-800 number[20] Sergio Zyman, Mexican-American marketing executive[21] Aerospace Henry Crown, founder of the Material Service Corporation (merged with General Dynamics)[22][23] Jesse Itzler, co-founder of Marquis Jet, a private jet card company, and minority owner of NBA's Atlanta Hawks[24][25] Abraham Karem, Iraqi-born founder of Karem Aircraft, Inc., UAV (drone) technology pioneer[26] Al Schwimmer, American-Israeli founder of Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI)[27] Cosmetics Bobbi Brown, founder of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics[28] Max Factor Sr., Polish-born founder of Max Factor & Company[29][30] Estée Lauder, co-founder of Estée Lauder Companies[31][32] Charles Revson, co-founder of Revlon[33] Samuel Rubin, Russian-born founder of Fabergé[33] Helena Rubinstein, founder of Helena Rubinstein Incorporated[34] Distribution Charles Avnet, Russian-born founder of electronics parts distributor Avnet, Inc.[35][36][37] Sidney Jacobson, founder of industrial equipment distributor MSC Industrial Direct[38] Ronald Stanton, German-born founder of fertilizer, chemical, and fuels distributor Transammonia Inc. (now Trammo, Inc.)[39][40] Energy Guma Aguiar Guma Aguiar, Brazilian-born energy industrialist, co-founder of Texas-based Leor Energy L.P.; disappeared in June 2012[41][42] Arthur Belfer, Polish-born founder of the Belco Petroleum Company, one of the precursor companies of Enron Corporation[43] Louis Blaustein, Lithuanian-born co-founder (along with his son Jacob) of the American Oil Company (1922)[44][45] Marvin Davis, former chairman of the Davis Petroleum Corp. and brief owner of 20th Century Fox[46] Robert Friedland, American-Canadian co-founder of Ivanhoe Energy Inc.[47] Jack J. Grynberg, Polish-born Denver-based oil and natural gas developer, founder of Oceanic Exploration Co.[48][49] Armand Hammer, former long-time CEO and president of the Occidental Petroleum Corporation[50][51][52] Leon Hess, founder of the Hess Corporation and former owner of the New York Jets[53] George Lindemann, former chairman and CEO of Southern Union Company[54][55] Andrew Perlman, co-founder of GreatPoint Energy[56] Charles Schusterman, Russian-born founder of Samson Investment Company[57][58] Financial services Jeff Aronson Lloyd C. Blankfein Asher Edelman Laurence D. Fink Richard S. Fuld Jr. Henry Kravis Ron Perelman (right) Stephen A. Schwarzman James Harris Simons Leonard L. Abess, owner and CEO of City National Bank of Florida[59] Bill Ackman, hedge fund manager, founder of Pershing Square Capital Management[60] Les Alexander, investor, founder of The Alexander Group, former owner of NBA's Houston Rockets[61] Bill, Ted and Peter Alfond, investors[62] James Altucher, hedge fund manager and tech investor, founder of StockPickr[63] Jeff Aronson, co-founder of Centerbridge Partners, former Partner at Angelo, Gordon & Co.[64][65] Cliff Asness, hedge fund manager, co-founder of AQR Capital[66][67] Ronald S. Baron, fund manager, investor; founder of Baron Capital[68][69] Joseph Ainslie Bear, co-founder of the investment bank Bear Stearns[70][71] Jordan Belfort, former stock broker, founder of Stratton Oakmont, Inc.[72] Rebecka Belldegrun, investor, CEO of BellCo Capital; wife of Arie Belldegrun[73] Bob Benmosche, investment banker, former president and CEO of American International Group, Inc. (AIG)[74][75] David Bergstein, founder and CEO of L.A.-based private equity firm Cyrano Group[76] Bruce R. Berkowitz, founder of Fairholme Capital Management[77] Zalman Bernstein, founder of Sanford Bernstein[78] Leon Black, co-founder of Apollo Global Management, LLC[79] Lloyd C. Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs[80] Leonard Blavatnik, Ukraine-born founder and chairman of Access Industries, owner of Warner Music Group[81][82] Michael Bloomberg, president and CEO of Bloomberg L.P.[83] Richard C. Blum, founder of Blum Capital[84] Ivan Boesky, Wall Street financier and arbitrageur; fined $100m for insider trading in the mid-1980s[85][86] David Bonderman, co-founder of TPG Capital[87] B. Gerald Cantor, founder of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.[88] Peter Chernin, investor, founder and CEO of The Chernin Group; former president and COO of News Corp.[89] Peter A. Cohen, chairman and CEO of Cowen Inc.[90] Steven A. Cohen, hedge fund manager, founder of Point72 Asset Management and S.A.C. Capital Advisors[91] Gary Cohn, former COO of the Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.; Chief Economic Advisor to President Trump (until March 2018)[92] Leon G. Cooperman, investor, hedge fund manager, CEO of Omega Advisors[93][94] Mark Cuban, start-up investor, owner of the Dallas Mavericks[95] Glenn Dubin, hedge fund manager, co-founder of Highbridge Capital Management[96] Asher Edelman, corporate raider[85] David Einhorn, investor, hedge fund manager, founder of Greenlight Capital[97] Lewis Eisenberg, co-founder of private equity firm Granite Capital International Group L.P.[98] Michael R. Eisenson, co-founder of Charlesbank Capital Partners[99] Israel "Izzy" Englander, investor, founder of Millennium Management, LLC[100] Boris Epshteyn, Russian-born investment banker[98] Jeffrey Epstein, Wall Street financier, founder of J. Epstein Co.[101][102] Andrew Fastow, former CFO of Enron[103] Irwin Federman, General Partner of U.S. Venture Partners (USVP)[104][105] Steve Feinberg, co-founder and CEO of Cerberus Capital Management, L.P.[106] Laurence D. Fink, financial executive, co-founder and CEO of BlackRock, Inc., the world's largest shadow bank[107][108] William S. Fisher, investor, hedge fund manager, founder of Manzanita Capital Limited; The Gap heir[109] Lee Fixel, investor, partner at Tiger Management[110] Dovi Frances, Israeli-American fincancier, founder of SG, LLC, a global advisory firm focused on UHNWI clients, and of venture capital firm SGVC[111][112] John Frankel, British-American founder of ff Venture Capital[113] Martin Frankel, investor, founder of Winthrop Capital; known for using astrology to make financial trading decisions[114][115] Jacob A. Frenkel, Israeli-American chairman of JPMorgan Chase International[116][117] Tully Friedman, co-founder of Hellman & Friedman (H&F), Friedman Fleischer & Lowe (FFL)[118][119] Jeremy Frommer, hedge fund manager, former co-CEO of RBC Capital Markets[120] Richard S. Fuld Jr., former (and last) CEO of Lehman Brothers[121] Stanley Gold, CEO of Shamrock Holdings[122] Stanley Golder, co-founder of GTCR LLC[123] Marcus Goldman, German-born co-founder of Goldman Sachs; member of the Goldman-Sachs family[124] David Gottesman, founder of First Manhattan Co.[125] Noam Gottesman, Israeli-American hedge fund manager, co-founder of GLG Partners[126] Jonathan D. Gray, global head of real estate and a member of the board of directors of Blackstone Group[127] Leonard I. Green, founder of Leonard Green & Partners, West Coast's largest LBO firm[128] Alan Greenspan, former chairman and president of Townsend-Greenspan, former Chair of the Federal Reserve[129] John Gutfreund, former CEO of Salomon Brothers[130][131] Richard B. Handler, banker, chairman and CEO of Jefferies LLC[132] Joshua Harris, investor, co-founder of Apollo Global Management, LLC, owner of the New Jersey Devils and the Philadelphia 76ers[133][134] Alfred S. Hart, Hungarian-born founder of City National Bank[135][136] Andrew Hauptman, founder of LA-based investment firm Andell Inc. and owner of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club; son-in-law of Charles Bronfman[137] Ben Horowitz, start-up investor, co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz[138] Carl Icahn, founder and majority shareholder of Icahn Enterprises[139] Samuel Israel III, former hedge fund manager, founder of Bayou Hedge Fund Group[140] Bradley S. Jacobs, investor, CEO of XPO Logistics[141] Kenneth M. Jacobs, CEO of Lazard[142] Mitchell R. Julis, co-founding partner of LA-based hedge fund Canyon Capital Advisors[143][144] David Kabiller, co-founder of AQR Capital[145] Irving Kahn, investor, co-founder of Kahn Brothers Group, Inc.[146][147] George Kaiser, chairman of BOK Financial Corporation[148][149] Robert S. Kapito, investor, co-founder of BlackRock, Inc., chair of the board of UJA-Federation of New York[150] Steven Kaplan, co-founder of Oaktree Capital Management and minority owner of the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies[151][152] Bruce Karsh, investor, co-founder of Oaktree Capital Management, chairman of the Tribune Media Company[153] Barry Klarberg, founder of Monarch Business and Wealth Management; co-owner of the New York Yankees[154] Seth Klarman, investor and hedge fund manager, founder of Baupost Group; minority owner of the Boston Red Sox[155] Eugene Kleiner, Austrian-born venture capitalist who co-founded KPCB and is considered a pioneer of Silicon Valley[156][157] Jerome Kohlberg Jr., co-founder of KKR & Co. L.P.[158] Bruce Kovner, investor, hedge fund manager, chairman of CAM Capital[159] Orin Kramer, hedge fund manager, founder of Boston Provident LP[160][161] Peter S. Kraus, CEO of AllianceBernstein (AB)[162] Henry Kravis, co-founder of KKR & Co. L.P.[163] Rodger Krouse, co-founder of Sun Capital Partners, Inc.[164] Joe Lacob, Silicon Valley investor, partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), co-owner of the Golden State Warriors[165] Marc Lasry, Moroccan-born hedge fund manager, co-founder of Avenue Capital Group, co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks[166][167] Henry Laufer, investor, former VP of Research at Renaissance Technologies LLC, co-founder of the Medallion Fund[168][169] Jonathan Lavine, co-founder of Bain Capital[170][171] Sayra Fischer Lebenthal, banker, co-founder of Lebenthal & Company; mother of Jim Lebenthal, grandmother of Alexandra Lebenthal[172][173] Marc J. Leder, co-founder and co-CEO of Sun Capital Partners, Inc., co-owner of the Philadelphia 76ers[174] Thomas H. Lee, founder of the private equity firms THL and Lee Equity Partners[175][176] Henry, Mayer and Emanuel Lehman, German-born founders of Lehman Brothers; members of the Lehman family[177] Randy Lerner, investor, owner of MBNA Corporation[178] Dennis Levine, former managing director of Drexel Burnham Lambert[179] Leon Levy, investor, former partner at Oppenheimer & Co.[180] Salim L. Lewis, former long-time Managing Partner of Bear, Stearns & Company[181][182] Daniel S. Loeb, hedge fund manager, founder of Third Point Management[183] Solomon Loeb, German-born co-founder of Kuhn, Loeb & Co.[184] Howard Lorber, CEO of New Valley LLC (formerly Western Union)[185] Howard Lutnick, chairman & CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald & BGC Partners[186] Bernard Madoff, former financier and chairman of NASDAQ, Ponzi schemer[187][188] Stephen Mandel, hedge fund manager, investor, founder of Lone Pine Capital[189] James Melcher, hedge fund manager, founder of Balestra Capital Management; former Olympic fencer[190] J. Ezra Merkin, investor, hedge fund manager, former president of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue; Madoff Ponzi scheme victim[191][192] André Meyer, French-born investment banker[193] Marc Mezvinsky, investment banker, co-founder of Eaglevale Partners; husband of Chelsea Clinton[194][195] Michael Milken, financier, junk-bond specialist, founder of the Milken Institute[85] Eric Mindich, hedge fund manager, founder and CEO of Eton Park Capital Management[196][197] Steven Mnuchin, former hedge fund manager; 77th United States Secretary of the Treasury[98] David Morgenthaler, founder of Morgenthaler, one of the oldest private equity investment firms in the U.S.[198] Michael Moritz, Silicon Valley investor, partner at Sequoia Capital[199] Arthur Nadel, former hedge fund manager, founder of Florida-based Scoop Management Co.;[200] Ezri Namvar, Iranian-born founder of Namco Capital Group[201][202][203] Jack Nash, German-born hedge fund pioneer, former chairman of Oppenheimer & Company, co-founder of The New York Sun[204] Elkan Naumburg, German-born banker, founder of E. Naumburg & Co.[205] Izak Parviz Nazarian, Iranian-American investor, managing partner at Omninet Capital[206][207][208] Roy Neuberger, financier, co-founder of Neuberger Berman[209] Aviv Nevo, Israeli-American venture capitalist, founder of NV Investments; major shareholder in Time Warner[210] Roy Niederhoffer, hedge fund manager, founder of RGNCM, Inc.[211] Mark Nordlicht, American-Israeli hedge fund manager, founder of Platinum Partners[212][213] Nelson Obus, hedge fund manager, co-founder of Wynnefield Capital, Inc.[214][215] Daniel Och, investor, hedge fund manager; CEO and chairman of Och-Ziff Capital Management Group[216] Jacob Ostreicher, investor[217] Alan Patricof, one of the early pioneers of venture capital and private equity; co-founder of Apax Partners LLP and Greycroft[218] John Paulson, investor; founder of Paulson & Co. Inc.[219] Nelson Peltz, investor, co-founder of Trian Fund Management. L.P.[220] Ronald Perelman, investor[221][222] Richard C. Perry, hedge fund manager, founder of Perry Capital LLC[223][224] Carl Pforzheimer, former banker, co-founder of the American Stock Exchange[225][226] Danny Porush, former stock broker and chairman of Stratton Oakmont[227][228] Victor Posner, LBO pioneer[229] Nicholas, Karen, Jennifer and John Pritzker, investors; members of the Pritzker family[230] Dan Rapoport, Latvian-born investor, founder of Rapoport Capital LLP[231] Ira Rennert, industrial investor, founder of The Renco Group, Inc.[232] Tony Ressler, co-founder of Ares Management, L.P. and Apollo Global Management, LLC; owner of the Atlanta Hawks[24] Marc Rich, Belgian-American former oil trader, hedge fund manager and founder of Glencore plc"[233][234] Larry Robbins, hedge fund manager, founder of Glenview Capital Management[235] Stephen Robert, former chairman and CEO of Oppenheimer & Co. and Renaissance Institutional Management LLC (subsidiary of Renaissance Technologies)[236][237] George R. Roberts, co-founder of KKR & Co. L.P.[238] George Rohr, investor, co-founder of NCH Capital Inc.[239][240] David S. Rose, start-up investor, founder of New York Angels[241] Barry Rosenstein, hedge fund manager, founder of JANA Partners[242] David René de Rothschild, banker; current chairman of Rothschild & Co; member of the Rothschild family[243] Marc Rowan, co-founder of Apollo Global Management, LLC[244] David Rubenstein, financier, co-founder of The Carlyle Group[245] Robert Rubin, former Treasury Secretary, director of National Economic Council, and chairman of Citigroup[246] Samuel Sachs, co-founder of Goldman Sachs[247] Arthur J. Samberg, founder of Pequot Capital Management[248] Morris Abraham Schapiro, investment banker[249] Jacob H. Schiff, German-born banker; former leader of Kuhn, Loeb & Co.[250] Peter Schiff, CEO and chief global strategist of Euro Pacific Capital Inc.[251][252] Rick Schnall, partner at private equity firm Clayton Dubilier & Rice and minority owner of the Atlanta Hawks[253][24] Alan Schwartz, Executive Chairman of Guggenheim Partners, former (and last) CEO of Bear, Stearns & Company[254] Stephen A. Schwarzman, co-founder, chairman and CEO of The Blackstone Group[255] Joseph Seligman, German-born co-founder of investment bank J. & W. Seligman & Co.[256] Bruce Sherman, co-founder of the wealth-management firm Private Capital Management and the majority owner of the Miami Marlins[257][258] Eugene Shvidler, Russian-American oil tycoon, chairman of Millhouse Capital[259][260] James Harris Simons, investor, co-founder of Renaissance Technologies[261][262] Paul Singer, investor, founder of Elliott Management Corporation[263] George Soros, Hungarian-American investor and business magnate, founder of Soros Fund Management, LLC[85] Robert B. Stearns, financier, co-founder of Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc[264] Saul Steinberg, corporate raider[265] Michael Steinhardt, Wall Street hedge fund manager[85] Leonard N. Stern, investor; CEO of The Hartz Group[266] Marc Stern, chairman of TCW Group[267][268] Barry Sternlicht, founder of Starwood Capital Group[269] Tom Steyer, hedge fund manager, founder of Farallon Capital[270] Donald Sussman, financier, hedge fund manager, founder of Paloma Funds and New China Capital Management LLC[271][272] Leonard M. Tannenbaum, founder and CEO of Fifth Street Asset Management[273] David Tepper, investor, hedge fund manager, founder of Appaloosa Management[274][275] Cliff Viner, hedge fund manager, co-founder of III Capital Management and AVM L.P., former co-owner of the Florida Panthers[276][277] Eric M. Warburg, co-founder of Warburg Pincus; member of the Warburg family[278] James Warburg, former banker and financial adviser to Franklin D. Roosevelt[279][280] Paul Warburg, former chairman of the Bank of the Manhattan Company (predecessor of Chase Manhattan Bank) and director of the Federal Reserve Bank[281] Bruce Wasserstein, investment banker, former CEO of Lazard and co-founder of Wasserstein Perella & Co.[282] Sandy Weill, former chairman and CEO of Citigroup[283] Peter Weinberg, co-founder of Perella Weinberg Partners[284] Boaz Weinstein, hedge fund manager, founder of Saba Capital Management[285] Sholam Weiss, bankruptcy specialist[286][287] Allen Weisselberg, CFO of The Trump Organization[288] Barry Zubrow, founder and CEO of ITB LLC, former senior investment banker at Goldman Sachs and CRO at JPMorgan Chase[289][290] Food Howard Schultz Russ Weiner (right) S. Daniel Abraham, founder of the Thompson Medical Company, inventor of SlimFast[291] Burt Baskin, co-founder of Baskin-Robbins ice cream parlor chain[292] Sam Born, Russian-born candy maker, founder of Just Born[293] Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's (ice cream)[294] Richard B. Cohen, CEO of C&S Wholesale Grocers, the largest wholesale grocery supply company in the United States[295] George Cohon, American-born Canadian founder and senior chairman of McDonald's of Canada and Russia[296] Nathan Cummings, Canadian-born founder of Sara Lee Corporation[297] Benjamin Eisenstadt, founder of Cumberland Packing Corporation, invented Sweet'n Low (artificial sweetener)[298] Sidney Frank, U.S. promoter of Grey Goose vodka and Jägermeister[299] Michel Fribourg, Belgian-American former chairman and CEO of family-owned ContiGroup Companies (now led by his son, Paul J. Fribourg)[300] Leon Godchaux, French-born 19th-century sugar farmer and refiner; founder of Leon Godchaux Clothing Co.[301][302][303] Sylvan Goldman, supermarket chain owner and inventor of the shopping cart[304][305][306] Arnold Greenberg, co-founder of Snapple[307] Ken Grossman, founder of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company[308] Nathan Handwerker, Polish-born co-founder of Nathan's Famous, Inc.; later led by his son, Murray Handwerker[309] Paul Kalmanovitz, Polish-born brewing company magnate, LBO specialist[310][311] Eugene Kashper, Soviet Union-born chairman of Pabst Brewing Company[312] Harold Katz, founder of weight loss products provider Nutrisystem, Inc. and former owner of the Philadelphia 76ers[313] Daniel Lubetzky, Mexcian-American founder of Kind LLC[314] Reuben and Rose Mattus, founders of Häagen-Dazs (ice cream)[315] Rich Melman, co-founder of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises (LEYE) restaurants[316] Paul Merage, Iranian-born co-founder of Chef America Inc. and inventor of Hot Pockets microwaveable meals[317] Joseph Neubauer, former CEO of Aramark Corporation, former VP of PepsiCo, Inc.[318] Clifford S. Perlman, co-founder of Lum's restaurant chain and former owner of Las Vegas' Caesars Palace luxury hotel[319] Rabinovitz/Rabb family, founders of the Stop & Shop supermarket chain[320] William Rosenberg, founder of Dunkin' Donuts[321] Irene Rosenfeld, chairman and CEO of Mondelez, former CEO of Kraft Foods[322] Sholom Rubashkin, former CEO of family-owned kosher meat-packing company Agriprocessors, Inc.)[323] Rodney Sacks, South African-born CEO of Monster Beverage[324] Howard Schultz, Executive Chairman and former CEO of Starbucks, former owner of NBA's Seattle SuperSonics[325] Daniel Schwartz, CEO of Restaurant Brands International Inc. (parent company of Burger King)[326] Zev Siegl, co-founder of the Starbucks Corporation[327][328] Russell Weiner, founder of Rockstar energy drink[329][330] Sam Zemurray, Russian-born founder of Cuyamel Fruit Company (an ancestor of Chiquita Brands International)[331] Manufacturing Donald Aronow, former speedboat manufacturer including the Magnum Marine and Formula Boats brands[332] Eli Broad, co-founder of KB Home (Kaufman & Broad)[333] J. M. Brunswick, Swiss-born founder of J.M. Brunswick Manufacturing Co. (now Brunswick Corporation)[334] Isadore Familian, former owner and CEO of Price Pfister Brass Manufacturing Company[335] Joseph Fels, soap manufacturer who developed the Fels-Naptha soap brand[336] Jeffrey Lorberbaum, chairman and CEO of Mohawk Industries[337][338] Morris Markin, Russian-born founder of Checker Motors Corporation[339] William Ungar, Polish-born founder of the National Envelope Corporation[340][341] Music industry See also: Songwriters and Musicians Edgar Bronfman Jr. Monte Lipman Guy Oseary Rick Rubin Herb Abramson, founder of Atlantic Records[342] Lou Adler, co-founder of Dunhill Records, co-owner of West Hollywood's Roxy Theatre[343] Moses Asch, co-founder of Folkways Records[344][345] Irving Azoff, founder of Azoff MSG Entertainment, former chairman of MCA Inc.[346] Martin Bandier, CEO of Sony/ATV, former chairman and CEO of EMI Music Publishing[347] Emile Berliner, co-founder of RCA Records[348] Scooter Braun, founder of School Boy Records, RBMG Records; manager of Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande[349] Edgar Bronfman Jr., former CEO of Warner Music Group (WMG); member of the Bronfman family[350][351] Lew Chudd, founder of Imperial Records[352][353] Lyor Cohen, Israeli-American founder of 300 Entertainment, former president of Def Jam Recordings[354] Clive Davis, former president of Columbia Records, founder of Arista Records, Inc. and J Records[355][356] Milt Gabler, founder of Commodore Records[357] David Geffen, founder of Geffen Records and DGC Records, co-founder of Asylum Records[358][359] Jody Gerson, CEO of Universal Music Publishing Group[360] Daniel Glass, founder of Glassnote Records[361] Richard Gottehrer, co-founder of music and entertainment company The Orchard[362] Irving Green, co-founder of Mercury Records[363] Jerry Heller, co-founder of Ruthless Records; known for launching West Coast's gangsta rap movement[364] Jac Holzman, founder of Elektra Records and Nonesuch Records[365][366] Allen Klein, founder of ABKCO Music & Records, Inc., former manager of the Rolling Stones[367] Lester Koenig, founder of Contemporary Records[368] Morris Levy, co-founder of Roulette Records[369][370] Goddard Lieberson, former president of Columbia Records and the RIAA[371] Monte Lipman, co-founder (along with his brother Avery) of Republic Records[372] Doug Morris, chairman of Sony Music, former chairman and CEO of Universal Music Group[373] Syd Nathan, founder of King Records[374] Guy Oseary, Israeli-American CEO of Maverick; manager of Madonna, U2[375] Lou Pearlman, former record producer, founder of Trans Continental Records[376] Milton Rackmil, co-founder of Decca Records and former head of Universal Pictures[377][378] Steve Rifkind, founder of Loud Records and SRC Records, former vice president of Universal Motown Records[379] Rick Rubin, co-founder of Def Jam Recordings, former co-president of Columbia Records[380] Cary Sherman, chairman and CEO of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)[381] Robert F. X. Sillerman, founder of LiveStyle, Inc. and CKX, Inc. (now CORE Media Group); owned majority rights to Graceland, the Elvis Presley estate[382] Tom Silverman, founder of Tommy Boy Records, former vice president of Warner Bros. Records[379] Phil Spector, record producer, developer of the Wall of Sound formula[383] Jules C. Stein, co-founder of MCA Inc.[384] Seymour Stein, VP of Warner Bros. Records Inc., co-founder of Sire Records[385][386] Barry Weiss, former chairman and CEO of The Island Def Jam Music Group, RCA/Jive Label Group[387] Jerry Wexler, former co-owner of Atlantic Records[388][389] Hans Zimmer, German-American head of the film music division at DreamWorks, founder of Remote Control Productions, Inc.[390] Newspapers and publishing See also: Journalists and Authors Adolph Ochs Mortimer Zuckerman Tom Allon, owner of Manhattan Media[391] Jason Binn, publisher and founder of Niche Media and DuJour Media[392] Paul Block, president of Block Communications and publisher of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Toledo Blade[393][394] Bennett Cerf, co-founder of Random House[395][396] Barthold Fles, Dutch-American literary agent and publisher based in Manhattan[397] Jane Friedman, co-founder of Open Road Integrated Media, former president and CEO of HarperCollins Publishers LLC[398] Al Goldstein, co-founder and former publisher of Screw[399] Martin Goodman, founder of Timely Publications (later Marvel Comics)[400] Ruth Sulzberger Holmberg, publisher of The Chattanooga Times[401] Morton L. Janklow, co-founder of Janklow & Nesbit Associates, the largest literary agency in the world[402] Jonathan Karp, publisher of Simon & Schuster[398] Larry Kirshbaum, chief of publishing, Amazon Publishing; former CEO of Time Warner Book Group[403] Donald S. Klopfer, co-founder of Random House[404][405] Harvey Kurtzman, Mad[406][407] Ross Levinsohn, publisher of the Los Angeles Times, CEO of Tribune Interactive (the digital arm of tronc), former president of Fox Interactive[408] Jack Liebowitz, former co-owner of National Allied Publications (later DC Comics)[409][410] Peter Mayer, president and co-founder of The Overlook Press, former head of Avon Books, and former CEO of Penguin Books[411][412] Samuel Irving Newhouse Jr., chairman of Condé Nast and Advance Publications, Inc.[413] Adolph Ochs, Arthur Hays Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., The New York Times; members of the Ochs-Sulzberger family[414][415] Norman Pearlstine, media executive, CCO at Bloomberg L.P. and Time Inc., former executive editor of the Wall Street Journal[416][417] David J. Pecker, chairman and CEO of American Media, Inc. (National Enquirer, Us Weekly, Star, Flex, Globe, Men's Fitness)[418] Marty Peretz, The New Republic[419] Isaac Perlmutter, CEO of Marvel Entertainment[420] Joseph Pulitzer, Hungarian-born former publisher of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the New York World; known for establishing the Pulitzer Prizes[421] Arthur M. Sackler, former publisher of medical trade magazines[422] M. Lincoln Schuster, Austrian-born co-founder of Simon & Schuster[398] Syd Silverman, former owner and publisher of Variety[423] Richard L. Simon, co-founder of Simon & Schuster[398] Reuben Sturman, former adult magazine publisher and co-founder of Doc Johnson Enterprises[424][425] Helen Valentine, founder and editor in chief of Seventeen magazine[426][427] Jann Wenner, publisher of Rolling Stone[428] Richard Saul Wurman, co-founder of TED[429][430] William Bernard Ziff Sr., co-founder of Ziff Davis[33] Mortimer Zuckerman, Canadian-born publisher of U.S. News and World Report and New York Daily News, chairman of Boston Properties, Inc.[431][432] Other Jules Kroll, founder of corporate investigation firm Kroll, Inc.[433] Morris Mirkin, founder of Budget Rent-a-Car[434][435] Alberto Perlman, Colombian-born co-founder of Zumba Fitness[436][437] Mark Weinberger, CEO and chairman of multinational professional services firm Ernst & Young (EY)[438][439] Sheldon Yellen, CEO of BELFOR Property Restoration[440][441] Pharmaceuticals and healthcare Arie S. Belldegrun, Israeli-American president and CEO of Kite Pharma[442] Phillip Frost, entrepreneur, chairman and CEO of OPKO Health, former Vice chairman of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries[443] Stewart Rahr, founder of Kinray, the largest privately owned pharmaceutical distributor in the world[444][445] Shlomo Rechnitz, Los Angeles-based health care magnate, founder of TwinMed LLC[446] Richard Roberts, president and former owner of URL Pharma[447] Leonard Schleifer, founder and CEO of biotechnology company Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.[448][449] Daniel E. Straus, founder of CareOne LLC and minority owner of the Memphis Grizzlies[450] Samuel D. Waksal, French-born founder of ImClone Systems, Kadmon Corporation[451][452][453] Real estate Sheldon Adelson Leon Charney Stan Kasten Craig Robins Aby Rosen Stephen M. Ross Michael Shvo Sheldon Adelson, founder of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation (owns The Venetian, The Palazzo, Marina Bay Sands)[454][455] Ben Ashkenazy, Israeli-American billionaire real estate developer, founder of the Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation[456][457] Gary Barnett, founder of Extell Development Company[458] Joseph Barry, New Jersey-based real estate developer and founder of the Hudson Reporter newspaper chain[459] Neil Bluhm, real estate and casino magnate[460] Shaya Boymelgreen, Israeli-born NYC real estate developer[461][462] Donald Bren, L.A. 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Aug 8 20:47 [raw]

even us war ship, i.e. USS LIBERTY... some used tug boats other airplanes... I guess the american flag isn't visible on an nsa reco ship? becareful /\ - , only low iq believe in the god chose people economy :).

Aug 8 20:51 [raw]

share of the population in mental wards, jail etc... let's look...

Aug 8 20:51 [raw]

and among those how many censor free speech and fight the right to bear arms? I guess it's about keeping secret islands safe, like little st. james...

Aug 8 20:55 [raw]

share of the population of casulaties and death in recent so called war on terror since 9.11. let's look... everything. right now share of in arms way... how many in syrian kurdistan in combat role. let's look... what is there to hide? nothing to fear...

Aug 8 21:02 [raw]

if justina pelletier was jew?

Aug 8 21:07 [raw]

only arrest on pedo rape island : jeffrey epstein : 13 month for having a pedo rape island. Alice Marie Johnson , freed by kim kardashian, 22 years. alice is african descent and not dual citizen (covertly or not) jeffrey is jew, and can have an israeli passport as soon as his jet lands if he doesn't have one already. alice doesn't have a jet. if alice was jew, what would have happen? and what about the god of hollywood?

Aug 9 02:26 [raw]

I notice how you discuss of the Jews. The Jews are not who you think they are. Read Revelation 2:9. Then read Revelation 3:9. It's much more than a red pill. Discuss.

Aug 9 07:20 [raw]

I don't read your cultural relic, it is simple : jews, all of them, are the enemies of all the people of the earth. they wanted to be the chosen tribe able to rape our children, plunder and occupy our lands, print currency for themselves and silence us while owning all branches of the gov? they did in some countries, and that's the proof we need to know we are at war with them. we don't intent to lose, nor surrender, no sacrifices will be too much. we are just sorry for their servants and slaves, free yourself from their conditionning, you aren't a subhuman even if they repeat it to you all the time consciously and unconsciously, you are born free, and they try to rape you to dominate you, to exploit you, until they can rape your children but we can't end up like you, destitute and prostituted. sorry, better fight you, than be like you. the war is on against the jews and their possession. gl&hf ps. I beleive they intent to rape children in Al aqsa mosk and this is why the roman came, because they saw roman girls raped by jews... as they always do. and then they pretended that roman girls were cattle and subhuman made to be raped by them. if only the us amry could use preventive unlimited warfare against it's real enemy... and they are in tel aviv, manhattan, d.c. and la and you know it, their track record prove it... data always. but I think the orange goy paid with his daughter... The Way of the Righteous and the Wicked 1 Blessed is the man[a] who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers; 2 but his delight is in the law[b] of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night. 3 He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither. In all that he does, he prospers. 4 The wicked are not so, but are like chaff that the wind drives away. 5 Therefore the wicked will not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous; 6 for the Lord knows the way of the righteous, but the way of the wicked will perish. so first you have to use please the correct title, even that you could keep the standards? what the fuck, everything from rome you corrupted to allow the jew to rape you ? so stupid anyway... so it's 9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan. planning to rape and sacrifice our children on their torture temple... what else can I say? Have they shown enough of who they really are in their plantation the usa? I think they did. but please don't do that, what you are trying to do is create confusion... first mrv all of israel and their possession worldwide then hunt them one by one until the last, then if you want why not... but it isn't apporiate way to execute simple war against a pedo supremacist raping exploiting ravaging tribe that was successful in scaming most including the former head of the DIA (mike flynn) and actually the potus... what a bunch of noob, to weak and dumb to see their enemies even when they sleep in the bed of their daughters... 9 Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee. fundamentally the flaw of this is to consider there are "jew" separated from those of the "snyagogue of satan", it's a big wrong... they always do the same, always use the same patterns, it's ONE tribe, acting accordingly worldwide will be done. anyway, the real question : dear muslims to free the world from the plague laking to the dead sea and beyond will be necessary (should have already be done), you will not be to angry? total war... will the ruskies again surrender to the jews and seek "appeasement" of for once settle the scores ? I guess they are like you, culturally and intellectually conquered. because first you start with the book of apocalypse by jean to then drift us toward forgive and let our children be raped? we know how it ended up for spqr and all those who lowered their guards to the jewish warriors advancing unarmed to then once they gain trust rape our children in our back and arrest us for the denoncing it and trying to silence us... ohhh emperor of rome, roman children are raped by jew in judea... how phirao, egpytians children are raped by jews... how you who read that, look at lilttle st james or weinstein gang and ask youself, who control the fiat printing press and the other press? did they expose them? why? because they plan to rape your children to... and then the mistake is to associate "satan" to them, they have no contact, they are just inbreeded degenerate lobbotimized and neurotraumatized seeking to harm other to fill the void they have in their heart, but it ain't no excuse, when a tribe systematically accross centuries seek to rape enslave and exploit all, there will inevitably come one day, those who would say, stop or prepare to die, we were seeking some fighting thanks for sacrificing yourself... we defend the love tao with the dark tao... but first and for both you will have to unframe yourself... to expand.. to learn... to see and win. / \ -

Aug 9 11:17 [raw]

the goal of the jew is to make us slave for scraps all day long so that when we come home at night we are too tired to see that our children were raped all day long by them. systemic worldwide warfare against the "jews" is the only way forward, first silence them, then take all their assets, then dispose of the rests. but first "laking" "israel"... anyway only inbreded degenerate could think about "containing china" aka transform it into gaza... soon they will declare that the forbidden city is their new temple? just rolotf... and even if you come in peace toward jew they will fight you, don't forget you are things to them, unaminated object that their god made for them to enlsave, rape and dispose, including your children... but please first, let the rage go, and do your own research, and see for yourself... then again, please calm yourself, how many years you may need... underestimating them would be wrong, they after all took control of the former usa... so back to basic 101 war... or the advantage of the deep big wide bench :).

Aug 9 11:17 [raw]

>nor stands in the way of sinners, exactly surprise attack them from all sides :). and this why I love the quran... what do we do to the sinners? please bring your popcorn and drinks... it's a long read out :). and then you will see why they HATE islam so much... but kiddies, it may be powerful... until you see the dark tao... :). and to be precise it can be so dark, pitch black that some get lost in it, and only true love can bring them back to life... but it's powerful to say the least... in 2 words : no limit. did the jew successfully tricked the prophet in making him think they were people of the book? ahaha... what does this shit mean... children of love (everyone before getting conditionned) vs those who rape the children of love (aka the jew and their servants and slaves) you must think it's ironic that love is at the center of the dark tao... if you can get why... you may be with the rapists... even if you don't see them doing it yet... I am deeply sorry for those who are gonna die facing the dark tao, but you are a worthy cost, to defend love... and you gave us no other choice... yes, your lies, decoys, deceits, have all been mastered... very weak... naturally due to the absence of love. if I may say, you fight "grey"... you can't enter dynamic binarity, dynamic, because in nothingness from nothing you believe, aka like your absence of love. it's not because a child is not born from a jewish mother than its a thing that your "gods" can rape... constant preemptive warfare against the jewish tribe worldwide is the best way to give breath, love and space to mankind... as long as they are, only close to the abyss we will all be. they are loveless, hatefull...

Aug 9 16:36 [raw]

Warn all your people in China and Asia about the Jews. But do not neglect to warn them about the Catholic churches. It is the Pope who empowered the Jews, to use them as a weapon against Protestant Christendom. To view the Jews disconnected as a singular entity is a mistake. They are part of mystery babylon of Rome, the marriage of Rome and Judea. The moment you let your guard down, you will have thousands of the Pope's Jesuit army infiltrating your institutions. Millions of asians have drank the Catholic koolaid and among them many thousands would serve the Papacy as secret agents to undermine you, while your sole focus is on the Jews, who are merely the oligarchy of the moment.

Aug 9 16:37 [raw]

Islam serves the Lady Fatima, who is Mary, the Queen Mother of Heaven. In other words, Islam is dialectical astroturf opposition that serves the Pope.

Aug 9 16:41 [raw]

"the orange goy" so sad, he did pay with his "daughter" catch my drift?

Aug 9 16:48 [raw]

idk... drift fully understood, but I think they gotta ivanka on the carrouzel before her "choice"... anyway... pedo jewo supremacists regime servants... roger stone said that donald j trump went to a jeffrey epstein party and saw kids playing the swimming pool of epstein and said epstein was nice to lend his swimming pool, when he understood what was going on, he just left... he didn't call the cops, the cia, the fbi, who knows, the chineses!!! my god, what a coward. or even bring an ak a start to clean himself this mess... no.... he prefers to go to underage girls changing room and pick...

Aug 9 17:00 [raw]

trump reminds me of the bad guy in back to the future... maybe it was more than a movie... so close... so similar...

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