There has been much talk recently of Jared Kushner’s new role within the Trump administration. Many are wondering just how much Kushner plans to steer the future of the United States toward his vision of globalization using his position. The speculation comes after he was exposed for his business ties with George Soros.
Apparently, Soros isn’t the only corrupt globalist funding the Kushner company’s business ventures. As part of his real estate business, Kushner purchased 666 Fifth Avenue in 2007 for 1.8 billion.
When the economy collapsed in 2008, office rents tumbled in Manhattan, and it became clear that Kushner had overpaid for his property on Fifth Avenue, which was now estimated to be worth less than its debt. He managed to pay off the short-term portion by selling 49 percent of the retail space for $525 million to a partnership that included the Carlyle Group and Stanley Chera.
The interesting part about this particular business transaction is that the people who saved Jared Kushner during his crisis seem to be the same people who caused the crisis to begin with.
The Carlyle Group is an American multinational private equity, alternative asset management and financial services corporation. The group is known for their acquisition of businesses, especially within the defense industry. One of their most notable defense industry investments came in October 1997 with their acquisition of United Defense Industries.
Carlyle’s 2001 investor conference took place on September 11, 2001. In the weeks following the meeting, it was reported that Shafiq bin Laden, a member of the Bin Laden family, had been the “guest of honor,” and that they were investors in Carlyle managed funds. Later reports confirmed that the Bin Laden family had invested $2 million into Carlyle’s $1.3 billion Carlyle Partners II Fund in 1995, making the family relatively small investors with the firm.
However, their overall investment might have been considerably larger, with the $2 million committed in 1995 only being an initial contribution that grew over time. These connections would later be profiled in the Fahrenheit 911 film. The Bin Laden family liquidated its holdings in Carlyle’s funds in October 2001, just after the September 11th attacks, when the connection of their family name to the Carlyle Group’s name became impolitic .
The Carlyle Group was funded by the very terrorist family that we were told caused the 9/11 attack. Not only that, but since the company’s inception, they have invested heavily in the defense industry. This connection, among many others, is no mistake and leads us to believe it was an inside job. Even the very day of September 11th, 2001, the Carlyle group greedily gathered together with none other than Osama bin Laden’s brother, Shafiq bin Laden!
Stanley Chera was the other investor who swooped in to save Kushner after the housing crash. He is an investor in the one world trade center . The three partnered together to keep the beast of Fifth Avenue in business.
During a meeting with the Carlyle Group in 2008, Kushner proclaimed, “We are pleased to bring in great partners in the Carlyle Group and Stanley Chera, and look forward to working together to create further value in this unique retail box.”
For Jared Kushner, the connections to the elite that seek to bring our world to ruin continues to build. The intentions can be found in none other that the Manhattan property labeled with the mark of the beast, 666 Fifth Avenue.
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