Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Report: AMEX CEO May Replace Geithner at Treasury

Bloomberg White House correspondent Hans Nichols is reporting that Amex Chairman and CEO Kenneth Chenault has been approached by the White House about the Treasury position.

Chenault is very much the insider that banksters would be comfortable with.

He joined American Express in 1981, working in the Strategic Planning Group. He became president and chief operating officer in 1997. He became CEO of American Express in 2001.

He is currently co-chair of the Business Roundtable, a director at IBM, and a member at the Council on Foreign Relations. He is a member of the Executive Committee of The Business Council for 2011 and 2012.

It is noteworthy that Chenault was already at Amex as part of the "Strategic Planning Group"  when a vicious disinformation smear campaign was launched against international banker Edmund Safra, by Amex. Safra hired detectives, found out Amex was behind the smear and forced them to take out a full page ad in WSJ apologizing.

Safra was later murdered under bizarre circumstances that match up with the bizarre murder of money-changer Nicholas Deak. I have always suspected a CIA link. Thus, it is curious that Chenault may replace Geithner, whose father appears to be high-level CIA.

Is the Treasury now under control of the CIA?

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