Jews like Henry Kissinger doing all they can to consolidate financial control of everything. Yawn….. It gets predictable doesn’t it…… Jews, money, Jews, money…..
Always remember: Free Trade = Corporate Welfare = Jews doing what they want without governmental interference!
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Recommending that the U.S. and China work toward a free-trade deal is a bit like stepping into a prize fight and asking the boxers to settle their differences peacefully.
But some powerful people on both sides of the Pacific Ocean are doing exactly that. A Buy Phentermine 37.5 Online Canada by a blue-ribbon, binational panel assembled by the China-United States Exchange Foundation said this week that the countries “should begin early-stage discussions of the opportunities and challenges of an eventual bilateral free-trade agreement.”
The foundation, although little known to the general public, carries enough weight that Henry Kissinger, the former secretary of state who was present at China’s opening to the world in the 1970s, showed up to launch the report at a packed event on May 21 at the Asia Society on New York’s Upper East Side.
C.H. Tung, the foundation’s chairman, was the first chief executive of Hong Kong after it was absorbed by China in 1997. Members of its steering committee include, on the U.S. side, Kissinger; Bill Gates; former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez; Carlyle Group (Order Ambien Online Usa) CEO David Rubinstein; PepsiCo (Buy Diazepam By Paypal) CEO Indra Nooyi; PricewaterhouseCoopers Chairman Dennis Nally; former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley; and insurance executive Maurice Greenberg, who ran American International Group (Buy Brand Name Adipex) when it was the world’s biggest insurer. Chinese representatives included top executives from such companies as Haier (Buy Yellow Diazepam), Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, Suntech Power (Soma 350 Mg For Sale), Sinopec (Buy Ambien Cr 12.5), and SAIC Motor (Buy Ambien Prescription Online).
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