WHERE IS BARRY SOETORO’S REAL ALLEGIANCE?
by Gary Steven
(Jul. 30, 2010) — So many dots to connect, so many dates go by and images emerge of larger context regarding the mystery man, Barry Soetero. The news cycle is twittered in nano-seconds, and breaking news hits the media outlets with quick compilation and little notice to the real story behind the breaking story. In fleeting attention spans, details are often missed, and because they are missed, the significant impact of a story being “news” is diminished.
Back in April 2010, Glenn Beck aired a blockbuster revelation of how the climate change hoax tied into the major players of CCX, the Chicago Climate Exchange. Al Gore, George Soros, and Barack Obama, as well as many others, play a very interconnected role related to Cap & Trade. Recently, I ran across an article that was written shortly after Glenn Beck’s program. That article helped put more of the pieces together.
As time goes by and other distractions compete for our attention such as Michelle Obama and daughter vacationing in Spain, oil spill continuance, Charlie Rangel cutting deals to escape prosecution, and so forth, the facts of the other people and entities involved with CCX’s mega-scamming of America are still under the news-reporting radar. The big secret (no press) wedding of Chelsea Clinton and the estate of George Soros’s daughter housing much of the wedding party got me to thinking, “What relationships do all these bankers, politicians, and investors have with one another?”
For example, ShoreBank. Remember ShoreBank? A very good expanded history with names and all the players surrounding this seemingly small bank is here. As you can see from reading the link, not only are these folks engaged in business, but they are also enmeshed with plausible political cooperation in policy formation. With more and more voices desiring answers to the escalated election of a new senator to putative President, it may appear the monetary motivation of a consortium of well-connected power players in high places pulled it off. Connecting more dots to more clearly understand why there is a drive to pass Cap & Trade is essential.
Other economically ill-timed legislation needs greater scrutiny. Just this week, more content is being revealed of the freshly-passed Financial Reform bill. Now a citizen cannot expect an answer to a FOIA request from the SEC. You no longer have the right to find out where public funds through finance regulation are spent. Do you think the financial bill has any sections that may surprise even the supporters since few read it before passing it?
The money trail is a big piece to unravel in the mysterious but swift Oval Office occupation of Barry Soetoro.