Interview 1234 – Michael Krieger on Trump’s Treasury Secretary

by | Dec 8, 2016 | Interviews | 11 comments

Trump has named Steven Mnuchin as his Treasury Secretary. So who is Mnuchin, and what does his background tell us about his ideology and what kind of administration Trump is assembling? Today we talk to Michael Krieger of about Mnuchin’s career, his Goldman Sachs and Soros ties, and his shady business practices, as well as the other people being appointed to helm the Trump White House.

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  1. Thanks for your work. Not as thankless now, is it?

    We haven’t found out many surprising things, have we? I think the comparison Trump-Obama holds water as they are/were both false prophets. Hopefully Trump manages to land a Nobel prize for something, too. If anything, these guys just put in plain sight to which extent these various institutions have become compromised. It certainly does look like we’re living in theirs world.

    • Well said, the greatest illusion is the way the Zionists are able to keep themselves out of the discussion, even when everyone making the decisions are either Zionists or working for Zionists.

      How can a world that focuses on commonality, black, white, men women, Russian, America, conservative, Christian, Muslim, Sunni, Shia…Yet you can read/watch videos all day on “alt-media” and never hear discussed the 800 lbs gorilla in the room. It just illustrates the true power they wield.

      So they come up with pseudonyms to use instead. “Elites, Oligarchs, NeoCon/NeoLiberal”…someone even calls them lizard people, but they are all talking about one group, the self described “tribe”.

      Our election are 100% Zionist,

      US election:
      Jill Stein-Jew
      HR Clinton, Zionist filth to her core
      D. Trump, Zionist billionaire who made his money in NYC, need I say more…
      Ted Cruze-Zionist freak along with his Goldman Sachs wife: (charming article, if not totally dissapointing:…)
      Bernie Sanders-Jew (you have to love Sander’s ROLE, he played the good guy, telling us all we wanted to hear, the pied piper, knowing he would not have to deliver on any of it).

      A population of less than 2% in America, and yet our elections look like they running for PM of Israel. If you don’t see the reality of our subjugation than you are blind beyond measure.

    • What do you mean “not literally” how else? These guys know where their allegiance lies. The magnitude of kissing up to the Benjy when he address the congress makes me vomit. That stuff is insane and it’s right THERE in plain sight.

  2. I’m a bit puzzled by the way Krieger sounds a bit soft on Trump. there is a touch of politics as normal which is completely alien to everything Cobertt and Edmonds having been showing us.The difference with Clinton; she hides most of her shit whereas Trump is all in the open about it. You have already pointed out the people he has appointed to his cabinet or whatever it’s called in America. That is quite horrific enough. Then there is all hsi talk about building walls, expelling Muslims, killing the families of terrorists bringing back torture, water boarding, executing Snowden and so on and so on. He can’t be compared directly to Hitler but elicits the same fascist inclinations in his supporters.The western pseudo democracies have their own way of duping people into totalitarianism.Much talk about censoring the media.

  3. I really appreciate this interview with Krieger. There are so many characters headed into this administration that I am completely in the dark on their past history and mindset. I look forward to Krieger being interviewed again down the road.

  4. Trump – Masayoshi Son – Softbank – Saudi Arabia
    Saudi Arabia has the biggest stake

    Donald Trump has taken credit for a Japanese tech conglomerate’s plan to invest $50 billion in America.
    True, Masayoshi Son, the billionaire founder and CEO of SoftBank (SFTBF), pledged Tuesday to invest the huge sum in U.S. startups. But that’s only part of the story.
    In reality, a big chunk of the cash is likely to come from the Saudi government.

  5. I’m expecting to hear his carbon tune any moment now. I mean lol what kind of globalist doesn’t know the carbon song?

  6. Does a Wall Street Cabinet discredit Trump’s Main Street message?

    Makes you wonder if maybe the appointment of people like Mnuchin and others are payback to the White Shoe Boys for the previous bad blood? Or maybe the Wall St. mob are just squeezing Donny…

  7. Relativity Co-Chairman Steven Mnuchin Quietly Exited Just Before Big Losses

    With Relativity’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing last week, those high hopes have been dashed, and Mnuchin has been left in a particularly uncomfortable position. The money-man and fellow investors in a Dune Capital fund are said to have lost as much as $80 million — equity that is almost certain to be lost for good, said two sources familiar with the situation. And disgruntled Relativity investors privately are questioning how a bank Mnuchin once headed –OneWest Bank of Pasadena – was allowed by Relativity to drain $50 million from the studio just weeks prior to the July 30 insolvency filing.

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