Tuesday 2 July 2019


Obama, Merkel, Ursula von der Leyen, CIA - published July 10, 2014 by Rainer Hachfeld politicalcartoons.com

EU leaders have picked German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen for the post of Chief of the European Commission.

Germany's Ursula von der Leyen nominated to lead EU Commission ... 

Ursula von der Leyen and Petraeus.

Ursula von der Leyen has studied at the spooky London School of Economics and has lived in in Stanford, California, while her husband was a faculty member of Stanford University.

In 2015, von der Leyen argued that a form of EU army should be a long-term goal.

Mother and son.

"Ursula von der Leyen is suspected of poor management and nepotism over her department's allocation of contracts and its decision to hire a consultant as her deputy."

German opposition to probe defense minister over spending scandal ...

"There were reported irregularities in a contract awarded by Von der Leyen's Defence Ministry to McKinsey.

"Von der Leyen hired Katrin Suder, a former McKinsey consultant, as her deputy, to oversee the ministry's arms procurement section."


"Enron, which was paying McKinsey as much as $10 million in annual fees, is just one of an unusual number of embarrassing client failures for the elite consulting firm. 

Besides Enron, there's Swiss-air, Kmart, and Global Crossing - all McKinsey clients that have filed for bankruptcy in relatively short order."


"A former management consultant controversially hired by Tony Blair to head Downing Street's policy unit will have a role in deciding the appointment of Britain's most senior civil servant, the Guardian has learned.

"The prime minister has delayed the decision on who should become the new £220,000-a-year cabinet secretary while he takes the advice of David Bennett, a former partner with the global US consultancy McKinsey, on the appointment."


"There have been at least 20 CIA agents on the payroll of Enron."


Sandra Laville and Nils Pratley, in the Guardian 14 June 2005, relate "How McKinsey, the secretive global consultancy firm, is gaining influence at the heart of UK plc."

"Yesterday the Guardian revealed that David Bennett, a former partner at McKinsey, who has been hired by Tony Blair to head Downing Street's policy unit, will have a key role in deciding the appointment of the new £220,000-a-year cabinet secretary...

"Mr Bennett is one of a number of McKinsey-trained people already advising the government: Lord Birt, Nick Lovegrove and Adair Turner, who now heads the commission into the future of pensions, to name a few. The firm has landed contracts worth tens of millions of pounds...

"Enron was regarded as the house that McKinsey built."


"The fact that Enron was in fact so CLOSELY allied with the Bush administration AND the CIA makes their proven connection to and involvement in negotiations by the Bush Mob, CIA and Big Oil with theTaliban last year an issue of definite interest...."


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At 3 July 2019 at 14:35 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

As has happened similarly beforehand with other major EU appointments

Ursula von der Leyen attended the 2019 Bilderberg meeting May 30 to 2 June in Montreux Switzerland

Just coincidence again maybe

Ursula von der Leyen's father, Ernst Albrecht, was one of the first civil servants appointed to the new European Commission in the 1950s, and so Ursula von der Leyen was born in Brussels and spent her childhood there

At 3 July 2019 at 17:01 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

"Von der Leyen herself was instrumental in bringing this project ...a training program for Saudi officers ... to life ... after her visit to Saudi Arabia back in 2016 ...unfazed by Riyadh's brutal bombing campaign in Yemen, which killed and maimed hundreds of civilians."

"Von der Leyen has consistently supported the idea of an increased German military presence in foreign nations ... like Somalia, South Sudan and Mali. In 2016, Germany toed the line to join the US-led coalition fighting in Syria and Iraq. In March 2018, she told the German forces stationed in Afghanistan that her ministry does not plan to bring them home anytime soon"

"Over the past six years, during which von der Leyen headed the Defense Ministry, Germany's armed forces, the Bundeswehr, have become a steady source of news about planes that can't fly, tanks that break down, and vessels that are unfit for maritime operations."


Von der Leyen's Defence Ministry "approves maternity uniform for pregnant troops ... 500 sets of uniforms for about 650,000 euros ... about two percent of Germany's 20,000 female soldiers are pregnant"


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