Dan Senor: a detailed look at a powerful insider.

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Dan Senor: a detailed look at a powerful insider.

We all remember Dan Senor, spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq.

Daniel Samuel "Dan" Senor (born November 6, 1971) is a founding partner of Rosemont Capital LLC, and Rosemont Solebury Capital Management. He is also a contributor to Fox News, frequent contributor to The Wall Street Journal, and author of an upcoming book about the economy of Israel and globalization in the Middle East. He is most noted for his former position as chief spokesperson for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq. He is married to television news personality Campbell Brown.

According to The Forward, Senor began his political career in 1993 as an intern for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

Senor spent much of the 1990s working in Congress, as both a foreign policy advisor and Communications Director to former U.S. Senator and Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham (R-MI).

From 2001 to 2003, he was an investment professional at the Carlyle Group.

Senor is a founding partner of Rosemont Capital, a global investment firm and a hedge fund.

In the Spring of 2008, Senor became an Adjunct Senior Fellow for Middle East Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.[5]

He is currently an analyst for Fox News, where he has also hosted two investigative documentaries – on Iraq and Iran. He is also published frequently by The Wall Street Journal, and has also authored pieces for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New York Post, and The Weekly Standard.

From wikipedia.

Mr. Senor is affiliated with some of the most powerful and shady organizations in the world. AIPAC, Carlyle, CFR. His wife is Campbell Brown, the journalist for CNN. More importantly, lets take a look at his investment groups, Rosemont Capital and Rosemont Solebury Capital Management.



  Diamondbacktactical: defense contractor

  TXU   Energy company

  Kinder Morgan: energy transportation company. Invested alongside with Goldman Sachs, Carlyle Group, AIG.

  Freescale Semiconductor: invested alongside with Blackstone Group, GS, Carlyle.

So basically, this guy has HUGE connections in government and also with powerful lobby's and think tanks. His wife gets promoted to a top spot on CNN after she marries him. Weapons, oil, clean tech, and others, its amazing how the public serpant always finds his way into the murky world of wall street finance. The potential for conflicts and insider information is HUGE.

Heres our little media princess Campbell Brown.

Isnt it odd that hes on FOX with the anti obama stance while shes on CNN that is pro obama. The reality is, these pundits dont give a flying fuck about these "partisan" issues.

I saw him on "meet the press" the other day as he was spewing his neocon prowar stance on Afghanistan. I could only imagine how much money he stands to make with these wars.

Carlyle Group

Carlyle invests primarily in the following industries: aerospace and defense, automotive, consumer and retail, energy and power, health care, real estate, technology and business services, telecommunications and media, and transportation. The Carlyle Group's investments are focused on East Asia, Europe and North America, with most investment money coming from the United States (65%), Europe (25%), Asia (6%), Latin America, and the Middle East. Defense investments represent about 1% of the group's current portfolio;for example, Carlyle owns 33.8% of QinetiQ, the recently privatized British defense contractor.

This web of groups, goverment "advisors", lobbys is so interconnected. However, slowly we can bring to light how these people hold the levers of power. I could only imagine the phone calls this guy makes with the FRB of NY, the Dept of Defense, AIPAC, Mossad.









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Re: Dan Senor: a detailed look at a powerful insider.

If you read The Creature from Jekyl Island  -- the classic work on the federal reserve, you would understand that this is that the banks don't pick a side in politics or wars.  They finance both sides, so that they are always on the winning side.  While the democrats and republicans squabble over social issues splitting the american population into two equal camps; the bankers/wall street types quietly pick our pockets with their bought and paid for politicians on both sides.

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