STUMBLED ON SOMETHING BIG HERE! - Huge U.S. Investment Trial from CCP!
Author: John Clore 1/8/2021
As I was going through some of the Google Links in my last article (China CCP Buying Territories in Oklahoma, Jamaica and Bahamas. ) I came across an article in the Washington Post HERE
In this article published June 3, 2015 at 8:45 a.m. EDT by Reporter Ana Swanson it is stated:
"These acquisitions involve just a fraction of the capital that is now flowing into the U.S. from China. According to a new report by Rhodium Group, an advisory firm, and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, a nonprofit, Chinese companies spent nearly $46 billion on acquisitions in the U.S. between 2000 and 2014, with most of that activity happening in the last five years."
I was worried about the above statement and decided to dig deeper. I Googled and found the website to: National Committee on U.S. China Relations and proceeded to research the staff page and came across Stephen A. Orlins, President and looked at his bio:
"Steve Orlins has been president of the National Committee since 2005. Prior to that, he was the managing director of Carlyle Asia and the chairman of the board of Taiwan Broadband Communications, one of Taiwan's largest cable television and high speed internet providers."
This would explain a lot of how "Fake News" is being controlled by the CCP...
So now, there is another part of the hole to climb down when we search on Carlyle Asia we find The Carlyle Group Closes $450 Million Loan Fund, CCP Financing I Ltd.;CCPF I is the U.S. Leveraged Finance Team’s Tenth CLO;Global Leveraged Finance Group Now Manages $10.3 Billion in Assets
Digging even further I found this article written in 2014: Carlyle Group Goes Red
"Carlyle is putting socialism at the heart of capitalism…. As with the seven men who run the top committee of China’s Communist Party, the exact division of labor will become clear to outsiders only with time, if at all….
The company now looks top heavy. Although Lee and Youngkin will have full responsibility for its performance, their elders won’t be far away. Where some firms like Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan combine the roles of chairman and chief executive in a single individual, Carlyle now has no fewer than five people with claims on jobs normally done by two. It remains to be seen whether socialism with Wall Street characteristics is a winning formula."
Now, I'm just going to leave that there...