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Globalism - A Gigantic
Ponzi Scheme

National Journal, first published: 01/01/09
From Iceland to New York: Globalism, A Gigantic Ponzi Scheme
The National Journal
The EU recommended in a study, published in August 2009, that all European citizens and European Banks should invest with Icelandic banks. The concept was that the Icelandic banks would transfer these funds, grabbed from gullible and deceived Europeans, to Jewish Wall Street Banksters, such as Lehman Brothers and fraudster Madoff. Iceland's banks collapsed only four weeks after the EU had published the Commission's study and investment recommendation. Thousands of people lost their savings and pensions to fraudsters like Richard Fuld from Lehman and Bernie Madoff - via the Iceland concept.
This gigantic fraud was promoted by Israel's Icelandic puppet, president Ólsfur Ragnar Grímsson as "a distinct Icelandic entrepreneurial spirit".
Surprise, surprise, Grímsson is married to Hebrew business magnate Dorrit Moussaeiff.
Dorrit Moussaieff, (born 12 January 1950) is the Israeli-born British-Icelandic First Lady of Iceland, jewelry designer, editor, businesswoman, and socialite.
Early life
Moussaieff was born in Jerusalem, Israel, to a wealthy devout Sephardic-observant Bukharian Jewish family from Bukhara, Uzbekistan, part of the Emirate of Bukhara. The Moussaieff family is part of a long dynasty of jewelers. She is the great granddaughter of Shlomo Moussaieff and her cousins are pianist James Raphael and author Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson [1]. It is said that Dorrit's family, the Moussaieffs, wove the robe of Genghis Khan. [2] Her great grandmother, Esther Gaonoff, was from Bukhara but had some Moroccan Jewish ancestry and was the descendant of Yosef Maimon. Her father, Shlomo Moussaieff, is a Bukharian Jew but her mother, Aliza, is an Austrian Jew of Ashkenazi heritage. Moussaieff says, "As far as I'm concerned, the difference between Ashkenazim and Sephardim is that at my first grandmother's place there was good food and at my Ashkenazi grandmother's place the food was bad." [2] Moussaieff was born and raised in the Bukharian Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem but when she was thirteen, she and her family moved to London. She suffered from dyslexia and didn't attend ordinary schools but was taught at home. In addition to English and Hebrew, she also speaks German, French, and Icelandic.

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