Blackstone Makes a Big Move into Chinese Housing

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Blackstone Makes a Big Move into Chinese Housing

If you're not familiar with Blackstone Investment Group,  Lord Jacob Rothschild is on it's advisory board.  Further, CEO Stephen Schwarzman is a member of the CFR, Business Council as well as on the Advisory Board of JPMorgan.  Also, Blackstone is the owner of Nalco Holding Company which in turn supplies COREXIT (the dispersant of oil used in the gulf). 

Blackstone Group Wiki:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackstone_Group

Article on their move into Chinese Housing:  http://www.cnbc.com/id/38812978

Excerpt:  Blackstonethe US private equity group, has made its first significant investment in the booming Chinese housing market after agreeing to a deal with one of Hong Kong’s largest property developers to build luxury apartments in the country.

Being as Blackstone is a very powerful financial arm (money launderer) for the Financial Elite, I felt this story goes hand in hand with what Damon Vrable (Strabes) had to say in his last writeup.

http://csper.wordpress.com/2010/08/20/global-empire-and-the-international-banking-cartel-part-2/

Excerpt:  Since WWII, their desired framework has been to fuel global empire by milking the US population through the debt-dollar system centered around the Fed. Now that the US has been milked dry, things are shifting to a new milking center for the 21st century–China. Behind the scenes will be the senior capital pools currently in London and New York and the banking establishment in Switzerland, but on the surface Asia will emerge with profound power as China becomes the operational center of a new global empire based on a new global currency. At that point, the key dealers will simply plug into that new system. The world will think this represents the end of the US empire. But a US empire never really existed. More accurately the US was simply the latest host of the parasitic international banking empire that leeches off countries and plays them against each other. The parasite will quietly slither into Asia while using its media to blame the US host for the damage it has done.

I happen to think Damon is approx. 99% correct in his assumption!  As the US Empire is sucked dry, the parasite is quickly moving onto it's next "host", and will continue to devour the citizens of the world unless we say "NO MORE!"  

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Re: Blackstone Makes a Big Move into Chinese Housing

Blackstone is heavily involved in a group called PBF which is buying up refineries in the US.  There is push back from refiners who want refining capacity cut,  but support fro  the gov't.

How does this fit into your suspicions??  I am somewhat puzzled by this investment.  (one I understood,  but 9?!)

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Re: Blackstone Makes a Big Move into Chinese Housing

Interesting observations and questions LogansRun.

The Rothschild controlled Blackstone Group seems to have its tentacles in surprising places.  For example, The Blackstone Group, Apollo Management L.P., and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners, bought Nalco some years back.  Nalco produces the toxic oil dispersant, Corexit, that is being used in the gulf.  The New York Times Paul Quinlan wrote Less Toxic Dispersants Lose Out in BP Oil Spill Cleanup

"BP PLC continues to stockpile and deploy oil-dispersing chemicals manufactured by a company with which it shares close ties, even though other U.S. EPA-approved alternatives have been shown to be far less toxic and, in some cases, nearly twice as effective.  Scientists warn that the dispersed oil, as well as the dispersants themselves, might cause long-term harm to marine life.

Of 18 dispersants whose use EPA has approved, 12 were found to be more effective on southern Louisiana crude than Corexit, EPA data show. Two of the 12 were found to be 100 percent effective on Gulf of Mexico crude, while the two Corexit products rated 56 percent and 63 percent effective, respectively. The toxicity of the 12 was shown to be either comparable to the Corexit line or, in some cases, 10 or 20 times less, according to EPA."

Rothschild controlled companies seem to be able to do whatever they want anywhere in the world.  China would do well to avoid any connections with Rothschild, assuming of course, they are not already under their oppressive boot. 

Damon wrote:

Behind the scenes will be the senior capital pools currently in London and New York and the banking establishment in Switzerland, but on the surface Asia will emerge with profound power as China becomes the operational center of a new global empire based on a new global currency. At that point, the key dealers will simply plug into that new system. The world will think this represents the end of the US empire. But a US empire never really existed. More accurately the US was simply the latest host of the parasitic international banking empire that leeches off countries and plays them against each other. The parasite will quietly slither into Asia while using its media to blame the US host for the damage it has done.

China is on the way up while the U.S. is deteriorating into third world status.  And I totally agree with Damon, we are not an empire, we're simply a parasitic host to the real empire.  But, I just don't know how nationalistic China's government really is - why would they want the leeches sucking them dry.  And, we don't know how much of America's advanced military technology is controlled by the parasitic empire which could enable them to demand concessions from China.

The middle east oil seems to be a coveted prize that may put China at odds with the west.  No doubt, the parasite will sink its fangs as deep into China as possible but I think the empire's new roost is as likely to be Israel as China.

Larry

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