Skip to comments.Fiorina, al-Mansour and the World Economic Forum (Whoa Nelly)
Posted on 06/01/2010 9:20:53 PM PDT by pissant
When Mr. McAmnesty (John McCain) morphed overnight into Mr. Border Security, under fire from Arizona conservatives fed up with the death and destruction flooding across its southern border, there was no great shock and nobody was in awe
When Tea Party princess Sarah Palin paid her political debt by endorsing former running mate Mr. McAmnesty for re-election to the US Senate, Tea Partiers were upset, but not surprised.
But when Palin endorsed California candidate Carly Fiorina, running against Barbara Boxer, people were forced to ask who Palin is taking marching orders from these days
Fiorina is famous for her Fiorinas Folly that got her tossed from Hewlett Packard. A disaster not yet fully realized. But to those who follow behind-the-scenes politics, she is famous for much more disturbing news. Fiorina has friends in LOW places
Carly Fiorina (aka Cara Carleton Sneed) sits on the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum, a United Nations organization responsible for shoving nations around the world into global governance. - The World Economic Forum Global Redesign Summit ended with concerns that the post-crisis zeal for reforming the global system may be waning.
(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...
Look who Carly knows
Board of Advisors
The Academys Board of Advisors is comprised of African and global luminaries in business, leadership development, secondary education, and social entrepreneurship. The Advisory Board provides strategic input and guidance to the ALA management team.
Hakeem Belo-Osagie, Chairman of Etisalat Nigeria
Mr. Belo-Osagie is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Emerging Markets Telecommunication Limited (operating under the Etisalat brand) in Nigeria. He is also the Chairman of the Abuja Investment Company and a director of Timbuktu Media. He served until 2004 as the Chairman of the United Bank for Africa Plc, one of the largest commercial banks in Nigeria. Mr. Belo-Osagie was also the founder and first Chairman of First Securities Discount House, which is Nigerias leading money markets and treasury bill trading firm.
Carly Fiorina, Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hewlett-Packard
Mrs. Fiorina was Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard Company (HP) from 1999 to 2005. Before joining Hewlett-Packard, Carly spent 22 years in leadership positions at AT&T and Lucent Technologies. She sits on the boards of Taiwan Semiconductor and Revolution Health, serves as a trustee for MIT, and is a board member of several leading non-profit organizations.
Dr. Khalid Al-Mansour, Senior Advisor, HRH Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal
Dr. Al-Mansour is an international attorney and businessman and is renowned as an intellectual, activist, author, and teacher. He co-founded the law firm of Al-Waleed, Al-Talal, and Al-Mansour and has served as a director of the Saudi African Bank and the United Bank of Africa among others.
and still, with all of this, plus her affection for the black racist jesse jackson.....some still support her. hard to believe. damn, jesse jackson?....
Know anything about this?
I think it was when she said she supports McCain’s immigration policies on Fox News.
And yet he comes in a distant third.
If Californians are retarded, it could happen.
Is this suppose to be the October surprise? Give it a break.
Only a Precious true believer would not care what is in this article.
I don’t want to say this but DeVore looks and comes across as a phoney. That is his problem.
except that his record is rock solid.
Where in the Alinsky book is that? “Create doubts about the person” Obviously, it’s there, or implied, and CFP is trying its damdest to create doubt about Sarah.
From the article:
An inquiring reporter worth his or her salt should be asking Carly to describe her long-term relationship with Dr. Khalid al-Mansouraka Don Warden, Black Panther puppet master, Saudi Royal front-man and Obama education financier?
Fiorina sits on other Boards with al-Mansour, such as the African Leadership Academy. Al-Mansour, aka Don Warden, was the man behind the men of the Black Panther movement in the 1960s. He has long held hope for a black nationalist president, starting as far back as his relationship with Malcolm X. In fact, X died while speaking at one of al-Mansours college campus rallies.
Al-Mansour moved in both Black Nationalist and communist circles throughout the 60s and 70s, including relationships with noted black communist Frank Marshall Davis, and Weather Underground domestic terror leader William Ayers. Fiorinas name pops up here and there in these circles, dating back to her college years.
Al-Mansour has been accused of using Saudi money and Black Nationalist leaders like New York Borough chief Percy Sutton, to finance the young Obamas high-dollar education, among other nefarious pursuits.
In Obama Had Close Ties to Top Saudi Adviser at Early Age, Newsmax reporter Ken Timmerman reveals just how far back the relationship between Obama and al-Mansour goes. But Fiorinas relationship with al-Mansour (aka Warden) appears to date back just as far, all the way to Berkeley.
This might explain why On the Record has not been able to get Carly on-record on anything.
Palin created her own doubts by endorsing this fraud. It’s not our duty as conservatives to sugar coat it. But the article is really about Fiorina, not Palin.
California appears hopeless when it comes to Senators.
And governors, at least since RWR.
How long have you actually lived here?
Wow! Way to knee jerk Palin!
lol well let’s talk again when you have a clue about CA politics.
I may not like them but at least I’m aware.
Well, well well. I’m not surprised!
Cool. I’m glad you’re the one who pulled these off. Helps us keep up on the CA scene and all....
Think she asked him about his funding Obama at Harvard?
Looks like implications that Fiorina is part of the Illuminati. Plus another cheap shot at Palin (re. Princess).
Why don’t you would be conservatives direct your venom at Boxer. Even if Fiorina is CFR/Trilateral/Rothschilds/Bilderbergs, et.al, she is likely to win the GOP nod. In spite of your noble objectives, the lesser of evils is frequently a choice that must be made. The continued diatribes against her do not serve the cause of Devore or conservatism but they are certainly helpful to Boxer.
The bottom line - If Devore can’t win (and it certainly appears that he can’t), do you prefer Boxer, Campbell, or Fiorina? Or do you plan to sit it out for the re-election of a bona fide flaming liberal socialist Boxer?
If I were a resident of CA, like many of you, I would probably vote for Devore based on the information at hand, but the continuous cheap shots at Fiorina (and more subtly at Palin) are getting old and are reminiscent of activities that I would expect from left-wingers like Olbermann and Matthews.
I support conservatives. And educating those who supposedly are about the frauds in our midst
SEPTEMBER 26, 2001
“TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS AND OUR WAY OF LIFE: WHAT’S NEXT”
There was once a civilization that was the greatest in the world.
It was able to create a continental super-state that stretched from ocean to ocean, and from northern climes to tropics and deserts. Within its dominion lived hundreds of millions of people, of different creeds and ethnic origins.
One of its languages became the universal language of much of the world, the bridge between the peoples of a hundred lands. Its armies were made up of people of many nationalities, and its military protection allowed a degree of peace and prosperity that had never been known. The reach of this civilizations commerce extended from Latin America to China, and everywhere in between.
And this civilization was driven more than anything, by invention. Its architects designed buildings that defied gravity. Its mathematicians created the algebra and algorithms that would enable the building of computers, and the creation of encryption. Its doctors examined the human body, and found new cures for disease. Its astronomers looked into the heavens, named the stars, and paved the way for space travel and exploration.
Its writers created thousands of stories. Stories of courage, romance and magic. Its poets wrote of love, when others before them were too steeped in fear to think of such things.
When other nations were afraid of ideas, this civilization thrived on them, and kept them alive. When censors threatened to wipe out knowledge from past civilizations, this civilization kept the knowledge alive, and passed it on to others.
While modern Western civilization shares many of these traits, the civilization Im talking about was the Islamic world from the year 800 to 1600, which included the Ottoman Empire and the courts of Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo, and enlightened rulers like Suleiman the Magnificent.
Although we are often unaware of our indebtedness to this other civilization, its gifts are very much a part of our heritage. The technology industry would not exist without the contributions of Arab mathematicians. Sufi poet-philosophers like Rumi challenged our notions of self and truth. Leaders like Suleiman contributed to our notions of tolerance and civic leadership.
And perhaps we can learn a lesson from his example: It was leadership based on meritocracy, not inheritance. It was leadership that harnessed the full capabilities of a very diverse populationthat included Christianity, Islamic, and Jewish traditions.
This kind of enlightened leadership leadership that nurtured culture, sustainability, diversity and courage led to 800 years of invention and prosperity.
In dark and serious times like this, we must affirm our commitment to building societies and institutions that aspire to this kind of greatness. More than ever, we must focus on the importance of leadership bold acts of leadership and decidedly personal acts of leadership.
With that, Id like to open up the conversation and see what we, collectively, believe about the role of leadership
This is a primary, btw. It's pubbie vs pubbie and dem vs dem. Plenty of time for gen election stuff after the primary. Of course, the primary last time straddled us with the sure fire loser named McAmnesty. So it's possible we may be stuck with the equally embarrassing spectacle of Fiorina.
So you are saying that Palin is a fraud? I don’t need education about conservatism. I worked for the election of Barry Goldwater - the ORIGINAL conservative. But being a right winger doesn’t make me a hater.
Your crusade against Fiorina (and Palin because she supported her) is divisive and not helpful to conservatism.
If you worked for Barry Goldwater, than you more than anybody ought to know about RINO malfeasance. The Rockefeller wing HATED Goldwater and didn’t vote for him either. Stabbed in the back. Just like the 1960s versions of Charlie Crist, Fiorina, Mccain, and Specter. So buck up and support the Reagan/Goldwater conservative, Chuck Devore, not some mealy mouthed liar.
Al-Mansour is an outspoken hater of the United States, Israel, and white people generally. In recent years he has accused the U.S. of plotting a “genocide” designed “to remove 15 million black people, considered disposable, of no relevance, value or benefit to the American society.” He has told fellow blacks that “whatever you do to [white people], they deserve it, God wants you to do it and that’s when you cut out the nose, cut out the ears, take flesh out of their body, don’t worry because God wants you to do it.” Alleging further that Palestinians in Israel “are being brutalized like savages,” he accuses the Jews of “stealing the land the same way the Christians stole the land from the Indians in America.”
Thanks for posting this, pissant. I was just too tired. Will check back in the morning.
Thanks for the BUMP. G’night
I posted that to the thread announcing Sarah’s support for Fiorina back awhile ago and was just about to do a search for it again. Thanks for saving me the trouble.
Carly Fiorina is a wolf in sheep’s clothing and I don’t trust her as far as I could throw her. She and Boxer travel in the same circle of lowlifes.
But he’s a real nice guy, Fred.
I agree to some extent. It would have been great if Mr. Williams would have got the article out before any ballots had been cast, but I’m not sure it would have mattered with a lot of voters.
G’night, FRiend. Had to glance at some of the comments and am simply shaking my head. Obama is not the only reason the country is being sold down the river.
Hey Buck, if you want to elect some real conservatives, you are going to have to move out of lala land. We do have a lot more conservatives here in TX and AZ is the same.
What you fail to realize is that Devore is not going to win. So get over it and become more forward thinking.
RINOS are bad; Obama clones are disastrous.
There aren’t enough cuss words in the english language for me to tell you what I think of her...when I saw Palin’s endorsement of that depicable creature, I cringed.
That superating pile of lies from Fiorina /hurl is revolting in it’s dishonestly and evil. Wow.
And when Fiorina win the nomination, then what will you write? I don’t like her either, but DeVore has no shot at all.
One good thing about corporate execs is that they can subordinate their personal philosophies to what needs to be done, but only for a limited time and wealth window. One bad thing about corporate top execs is that they can be so financially comfortable that the consequences of their actions never affect them, however badly things turn out. Hey, guess what, the same model applies to many democrat politicians - and how did they get that way with their modest government salaries ...
I understand the concerns about Fiornia. However, I do not think she is a flaming libtard. I think she, like McCain, had to deal with the PC elements that prevailed at the time.
Furthermore, I don’t know much about DeVore. He seems to say the right thing, but there is just something about him. Call it female intuition, but I just don’t like him.
Thus, I believe that Palin is correct: Fiorina is the R who could win in CA. Regardless of what the good Rabbi said on the other link.
In statewide elections, California is not about to outlaw abortion and will likely not give up it’s weed. It may crack down on their illegal problem, especially as Fed aid continues to dwindle. It may also eventually be forced by an outraged citizenry to permit more 2nd amdt friendly legislation to pass. What they seek in national candidates I think will hold similar views.
On the National level, I don’t think Carly will be a spend thrift, and entitlement/regulate everything that moves, or transnationalist legislator. Those are the biggies worrying me right now.
Of course, I have no dog in the hunt, living on the East Coast, other than the hope that a more rational Congress will not spend like a drunken sailor on shore leave and end up using legislative mandates to pay for their pork fixes.
When all is said and done, I’ll be voting for whoever has the best chance of beating Boxer in November. Right now it’s a choice between Fiorina and Devore. I still haven’t made up my mind.
Too right wing. Just an actor. Too low in the polls. Lightweight. Not a winner for the general. Blah blah blah.
Spare us. We've heard it before.
If the man is off the ballot, THEN he has "no chance at all."
It appears Fiorina is cut out of the same Marxist-globalist cloth as Obama.