Israel does control the US economy afterall? The Bank of Israel's former governor is about to lead the US Fed

Israel does control the US economy afterall? The Bank of Israel's former governor is about to lead the US Fed
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Published December 12th, 2013 - 15:17 GMT via SyndiGate.info

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"Bloomberg" cites a source close to the matter as saying that Obama has already offered the job to Fischer who accepted it.
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Former Governor of the Bank of Israel Prof. Stanley Fischer is set to replace Janet Yellen as US Federal Reserve Vice Chairman when she becomes Chairman next month, according to reports from press agencies. Fischer is reportedly President Barack Obama's preferred candidate for the post.

"Bloomberg" cites a source close to the matter as saying that Obama has already offered the job to Fischer who accepted it.

Fischer who was in Israel earlier this week to address the "Globes" 2013 Israel Business Conference strongly hinted that he was about to begin a new job. He said, "I'm currently looking for a job. I was advised not to take a position until I'd waited six months and that will be in another three weeks so I'm probably close to a decision."

"The Wall Street Journal" said that Obama is very close to announcing the appointment of Fischer. Next week the US Senate will vote to approve Yellen's appointment and if there are no hitches she will replace current Fed Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke next month.

Fischer, 70, stepped down as Governor of the Bank of Israel in June, midway through his second term. He holds dual Israeli and US citizenship.

"The New York Times" suggests that Fischer's experience in serving a foreign government could prove a stumbling block in the Senate hearing to approve his candidature, as could his three years as Citigroup vice chairman between 2002-2005, a period of expansion that eventually led to a Federal bailout.

Published by Globes [online], Israel business news - www.globes-online.com - on December 12, 2013

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Germany and Hitler were absolutely correct. 109 European countries expelling these parasites is proof. Americans need to wholesale expel these parasites by force. The time for voting and peaceful negotiations are done.

Anonymous (not verified) Mon, 03/03/2014 - 18:24

Israel has way too much influence in our government as it is.

rdowli (not verified) Sun, 12/15/2013 - 00:21

If not for tight censorship rules imposed by Jews themselves, the general public would have long ago become aware that Jews have served as the world's bankers since the Middle Ages. And, the general public would also be aware of the historical fact that Jewish domination of the economies of practically every advanced nation throughout history has led to the impoverishment of the general population of those nations, followed by Jews being persecuted and eventually expelled from those nations.

carroll price (not verified) Fri, 12/13/2013 - 17:46

Well first, he isn't confirmed yet and may not be.

Second, after the horrendous mess the Christian Crusaders have made of the US and world economies, and all the "love" they've spread around the world, we might be better off giving Mr. Fischer a chance, at least he knows something about money and economics.

Visitor to Egypt (not verified) Thu, 12/12/2013 - 18:35

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