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Treasury Hires Rothschild Investment Bank as Advisor in Carmaker Negotiations

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The New York Times
Would a G.M. Bankruptcy Save Taxpayer Money?
February 16, 2009, 4:34 pm

The Treasury Department — which The New York Times reported Sunday is now taking the lead in negotiating with the carmakers — already has hired an investment bank, Rothschild, and two law firms, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft and Sonnenchein, Nath & Rosenthal, as advisers.



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I find it

difficult to believe the Obama would be so ignorant as to choose a Rothschild man to head Treasury. Maybe he's unfamiliar with this family's history.

Andrew Jackson certainly wasn't ignorant and neither was JFK.

In my humble opinion Geithner is bought and paid for by the Rothschild family.

This is why it comes as no surprise that he has allowed the fox into America's hen house.

The next few years should be very interesting.

There were some who were concerned about whether or not the 2008 elections would canceled.

I think the concern for 2012 will be...will each and every state have sufficient funds left to hold elections?

ha ha

unbelievable. Looks like every day we get some shocking hard to believe news but it's happening all around us and the retards are drinking koolaid

ALL IN THE FAMILY XII: THE

ALL IN THE FAMILY XII: THE ROTHSCHILD VULTURES
February 9, 2009 at 2:49 am | In .money matters |
Tags: bankruptcy, Rothschild

EASY READING CULTURE OF LIFE NEWS: ALL IN THE FAMILY XII: THE ROTHSCHILD VULTURES « Culture of Life News 2

This article took hours to do. The US government has decided to take over the dismantling of the remainder of our native auto industry. The agents chosen to shepherd this through are, to put it mildly, part of the Great Spiderweb of power and influence. First, we will look at the less-well known but still, extremely connected lawyers in the Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP and then move on to the always-interesting Rothschild vultures. Surprised about these choices? Not at all.

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