Thursday, October 03, 2013

It is Never Possible to be Too Cynical.

Not to go all Illuminati on you all but does it not strike everyone as odd that a man who is married to a Goldman Sachs employee is playing fast and loose with the United States Full Faith and Credit? This has nothing to do with the Jooz, btw, of whom I am one but everything to do with the liklihood that Ted Cruz and his wife are enaged in a little arbitrage and insider trading on the movement of stocks prior to a threatened credit ceiling crash.

Ted Cruz's outside power over the Senators and House Reps of his own party is not due to some mystical charisma or even to the ungovernable distributed and amoeba like power of the "grassroots" Tea Party--it is straight up due to control over a pot of money containing no more than a few million dollars donated by corporations. (Politico)

Things got particularly heated when Cruz was asked point-blank if he would renounce attacks waged on GOP senators by the Senate Conservatives Fund, an outside group that has aligned itself closely with the Texas senator.
Cruz’s response: “I will not,” according to an attendee.
The closed-door Wednesday meetings hosted by the Senate’s conservative Steering Committee are supposed to be private, so senators interviewed for this article asked not to be named.
“It seems that there is nothing the media likes to cover more than disagreements among Republicans, and apparently some senators are content to fuel those stories with anonymous quotes,” Cruz told POLITICO. “Regardless, my focus — and, I would hope, the focus of the rest of the conference — is on stopping Harry Reid’s shutdown, ensuring that vital government priorities are funded, and preventing the enormous harms that Obamacare is inflicting on millions of Americans.”

Here's a link to some of the bigger donors. I'm not able to go down the rabbit hole, as SteveM would, with his superior google fu. The top dollar donor is something called


Location: Giv'at Ze'ev , Israel 
Registration Number: 513185033

About whom I can find nothing. Murphy Tomatoes is just a San Antonio Tomato Packing business.  But what is Credit Suisse Group doing there?  Is it possible that donors don't grok that their penny ante donations are being used to create and manage chaos in the market?   

1Israel Analytics Consulting Services$10,000$10,000$01
Murphy Tomatoes$10,000$10,000$03
Babcock & Brown$6,000$6,000$04
College Loan Corp$5,000$5,000$04
Credit Suisse Group$5,000$5,000$04
Ekstrom Properties LLC$5,000$5,000$04
Fast Food Systems$5,000$5,000$04
Gallagher Construction Co$5,000$5,000$04
Harris Mycfo LLC$5,000$5,000$04
Hcss Sugar Land 77478$5,000$5,000$04
Idi Group$5,000$5,000$04
Mountaire Corp$5,000$5,000$0
Peck Enterprises$5,000$5,000$04
Primecap Management$5,000$5,000$04
Uline Inc$5,000$5,000$04
Western Mutual Insurance$5,000$5,000$04
Woodvine Group$5,000$5,000$018
Bogosian & Co$3,000$3,000$019
Exxon Mobil$2,500$2,500$019
Rodman Publishing$2,500$2,500$0 


Victor said...

There's no Illuminati here, aimai.

Just follow the money!

How is Mitch McConnell net worth is over $17 million?
On a government salary?
On his wife's government salary?

Credit Suisse is just hedging all bets - and so, Cruz benefits.

He has aspiration of becoming the POTUS!
And if - FSM FORBID! - he wins, THAT'S that's got to be worth SOMETHING to the people who give him money now.

Ten Bears said...

The IACS (Ltd) is a Mossad (Israel's CIA) cover. Don't did the Illuminatii, to do so demonstrating a fundememtal lack of what it was/is. If want to go to tinfoil territory, the conspiracy is somewhat further south engaging those who would "By deception (shalt thou) practice the art of War."

Illuminatii, is at best a distraction by The Enemy of Peace.

No fear.

Doctor Science said...

IACS is (or is represented in the US by) Stefano Brocco, of New Providence, New Jersey 07974

Google tells me that Mr. Brocco probably lives in Highland Park, NJ., and gives a LOT of money to political campaigns. A LOT.

And he has an *extremely* thin internet profile, for someone in their late 40s-early 50s with that kind of money.

I'm not saying Ten Bears is right, mind, but it's very curious.