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What do Chelsea Clinton, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren's Daughter and the top management of Burisma Gas all have in common?

Posted on 12/11/2019 4:47:50 AM PST by tired&retired

They all worked for the Democrat CIA front Company McKinsey & Company.

McKinsey consultants gave 27 times more money to Hillary Clinton’s campaign than to Donald Trump’s. The members of my team attended the Women’s March while serving an agency shaped by the man they marched against.

“McKinsey has also produced some of America’s most high-profile corporate executives, including:

Henrique De Castro – former Google executive and former chief operating officer of Yahoo

Etienne de Villiers – former Executive Chairman and President of the ATP Tour, former President of Walt Disney, and former chairman of BBC Worldwide

Sheryl Sandberg – COO of Facebook

Amelia Warren Tyagi — daughter of Elizabeth Warren

John Birt, Baron Birt – former director-general of the BBC (1992–2000) and special adviser to Tony Blair

Matt Brittin – Head of EMEA at Google

Shona Brown – former Google executive

Adam Cahan — Yahoo executive

James P. Gorman – chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley

Mario Greco – CEO of Zurich Insurance Group

Stephen Green (banker) – chairman of HSBC

I add this information to show how Buttigieg worked for the same Company. Note the McKinsey affiliation for the Burisma Management.......

Oct. 21, 2013 – Burisma Holdings, Ukraine’s leading independent gas producer, is pleased to announce four key appointments as the Company enters a new period of growth and opportunity.

Alan Apter – appointed Non-executive Chairman, bringing extensive oil & gas and financial experience and expertise across Eastern Europe

Leonid Petukhov – appointed Chief Executive Officer (‘CEO’), was previously CEO of Geo Alliance for six years and has a background in management consultancy with McKinsey & Company

Denis Rudev – appointed Chief Financial Officer (‘CFO’), having previously been CFO and Investment Director of Smart Holding following a career in investment banking at Morgan Stanley and management consulting at McKinsey & Co

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I've been posting on this for months. It's just now beginning to hit the mainstream news.

List of former employees of McKinsey & Company (Government)

1 posted on 12/11/2019 4:47:50 AM PST by tired&retired
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McKinsey is one of the most successful government contractors, with federal contracts worth $613 million between 2012 and 2018, with $150 million from the Department of Defense and $63 million from the Department of Homeland Security. The ICE contracts alone were worth $26 million. Public disclosures do not include the many projects McKinsey does for America’s defense contractors. Many of these projects are benign, bordering on banal, but some of them help organizations that make the bombs blowing up Yemeni school buses.

2 posted on 12/11/2019 4:48:11 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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John Garcia

Jon took leave from McKinsey and was a senior official in the Clinton Administration in 1997–98, where he led the federal government’s task force that restructured a $6 billion portfolio of subsidies provided to bidders on spectrum for mobile communications services (the “C Block”).

Before founding RTS, Jon advised various managers of alternative asset funds, including private equity, distressed investing, and hedge funds.

3 posted on 12/11/2019 4:49:15 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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Eric Braverman Tried to Change the Clinton Foundation. Then He Quit.
Inside the power struggle at Clinton, Inc.

In December, the board of the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation approved a salary of more than $395,000, plus bonus, for its Yale-educated CEO, Eric Braverman, while voting to extend his board term through 2017, according to sources familiar with the arrangement. Braverman, who had worked with Chelsea Clinton at the prestigious McKinsey & Company consultancy, had been brought in with the former first daughter’s support to help impose McKinsey-like management rigor to a foundation that had grown into a $2 billion charitable powerhouse.

4 posted on 12/11/2019 4:49:43 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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McKinsey worked alongside Paul Manafort to legitimize and guide Ukraine’s Viktor Yanukovych

McKinsey, the standard-bearer for autocrats, looters and torturers

Outlines the role played by the ubiquitous McKinsey and Company in legitimizing, coordinating, and supercharging the world’s most notorious human-rights-abusing regimes, from Saudi Arabia to China to Russia.

5 posted on 12/11/2019 4:50:56 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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How Mueller deputy Andrew Weissmann’s offer to an oligarch could boomerang on DOJ (Ties to McKinsey Consulting)

Weissmann quietly reached out to the American lawyers for Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash with a tempting offer: Give us some dirt on Donald Trump in the Russia case, and Team Mueller might make his 2014 U.S. criminal charges go away.

Firtash’s lawyers also offered the Austrian court evidence of alleged prosecutorial wrongdoing.

A key document submitted to Austrian authorities to support Firtash’s extradition was portrayed by DOJ as having come from Firtash’s corporate files and purported to show he sanctioned a bribery scheme in India. In fact, the document was created by the McKinsey consulting firm as part of a hypothetical ethics presentation for the Boeing Co. and had no connection to Firtash’s firm.

Moreover, McKinsey claims in an official statement that it had no knowledge of a bribery scheme by Firtash, and the PowerPoint’s use of the phrase “bribery payments” never came from Firtash or his company and were, instead, hypothetical “assumptions by McKinsey about standard business practices in India,” according to the new Austrian court filing.

Firtash’s U.S. legal team told me it alerted Weissmann to DOJ’s false portrayal of the McKinsey document in 2017, but he downplayed the concerns and refused to alert the Austrian court. The document was never withdrawn as evidence, even after the New York Times published a story last December questioning its validity.

6 posted on 12/11/2019 4:51:39 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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New York Times

How McKinsey Has Helped Raise the Stature of Authoritarian Governments

Its clients have included Saudi Arabia’s absolute monarchy, Turkey under the autocratic leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and corruption-plagued governments in countries like South Africa.

In Ukraine, McKinsey and Paul Manafort — President Trump’s campaign chairman, later convicted of financial fraud — were paid by the same oligarch to help burnish the image of a disgraced presidential candidate, Viktor F. Yanukovych, recasting him as a reformer.

Once in office, Mr. Yanukovych rebuffed the West, sided with Russia and fled the country, accused of stealing hundreds of millions of dollars. The events set off years of chaos in Ukraine and an international standoff with the Kremlin.

Inside Russia itself, McKinsey has worked with Kremlin-linked companies that have been placed under sanctions by Western governments — companies that the firm helped build up over the years and, in some cases, continues to advise.

7 posted on 12/11/2019 4:52:35 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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How McKinsey consultants helped push opioid sales

The New York Times takes a step back from the lawsuits and criminal charges against opioid manufacturers to note that McKinsey, the consulting firm, also keeps coming up in those proceedings.

The big picture: Purdue Pharma and Johnson & Johnson both hired McKinsey to boost opioid sales. McKinsey hasn’t been charged or sued for any role in the crisis, but details about the company’s involvement have nevertheless crept out through testimony and court filings.

8 posted on 12/11/2019 4:53:08 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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The book “The Almost Classified Guide to CIA Front Companies, Proprietaries & Contractors” lists McKinsey & Company.

They state that John Brennan was closely associated with them.

9 posted on 12/11/2019 4:53:50 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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The Story McKinsey
Didn’t Want Written
Illustrations by Laura Lannes

Despite the concerns about the protocol, when the Westmoreland disclosures were filed on July 3 in accordance with it, McKinsey disclosed hundreds of MIO connections. They included 56 investments — in funds run by Whitebox, UBS, BlackRock, Oaktree Capital Management, PIMCO, and Bank of America, among others. It also disclosed numerous hedge funds that had been McKinsey clients when they were lenders to other companies that filed for bankruptcy.

10 posted on 12/11/2019 4:54:31 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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If Elected Romney Would Hire McKinsey or Bain to “Reorganize” The Federal Government

Mitt Romney told the Wall Street Journal last week that if he is elected President, he will “probably” hire McKinsey, the management-consulting firm, to tell him how to reorganize the government.

11 posted on 12/11/2019 4:55:23 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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How George Soros Singlehandedly Created The European Refugee Crisis (with McKinsey)

The war that ripped through the Ukrainian region of Donbass resulted in the deaths of over 10,000 people and the displacement of over 1.4 million people. As collateral damage, a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet was shot down, killing all 298 on board.

But once again Soros was there to profit from the chaos he helped create. His prize in Ukraine was the state-owned energy monopoly Naftogaz.

Soros again had his US cronies, Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew and US consulting company McKinsey, advise the puppet government of Ukraine to privatize Naftogaz.

Although Soros’s exact stake in Naftogaz has not been disclosed, in a 2014 memo he pledged to invest up to $1 billion in Ukrainian businesses, but no other Ukrainian holdings have since been reported.

12 posted on 12/11/2019 4:56:03 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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They all pee sitting down?

13 posted on 12/11/2019 4:56:52 AM PST by albie
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McKinsey’s engagement with former Ukrainian strongman Victor Yanukovych is an example of a relationship the firm should never have entered into. Yanukovych hired McKinsey to buff his image in the West at a time when he was currying favor with the Russians and engaging in massive corruption. As the Times writes, McKinsey also has worked with corrupt, Kremlin-affiliated businesspeople like Rinat Akhmetov, some of whom have been placed under Western sanctions.

14 posted on 12/11/2019 4:57:06 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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McKinsey Advised Johnson & Johnson on Increasing Opioid Sales

15 posted on 12/11/2019 4:59:40 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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McKinsey Advised Purdue Pharma How to ‘Turbocharge’ Opioid Sales, Lawsuit Says

16 posted on 12/11/2019 5:01:12 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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The ruling class has many faces some known most unknown. It’s them vs Trump, about 20% of the GOP and us.

17 posted on 12/11/2019 5:02:40 AM PST by gibsonguy
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Buttigieg’s Untenable Vow of Silence

Pete Buttigieg worked nearly three years for the consulting firm McKinsey & Company, and he has presented that experience as a kind of capitalist credential — distinguishing him from some rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination, and inoculating him against Republican attacks.

18 posted on 12/11/2019 5:05:44 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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CIA has paid millions to a consulting firm to help with reorganization

Jul 1, 2015 · The contract with McKinsey & Co. is designed to help with an ambitious ... Under a plan that CIA Director John O. Brennan,

19 posted on 12/11/2019 5:09:26 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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Results of McKinsey & Company restructuring the CIA management in 2015 with Brennan

Unclassified Version of March 6, 2015 Message to the Workforce from CIA Director John Brennan: Our Agency’s Blueprint for the Future

Message to the Workforce from CIA Director John Brennan: Our Agency’s Blueprint for the Future

March 6, 2015


Last September I asked an outstanding group of officers from across the Agency to examine our organization—particularly its people, processes, and structure—and to provide a report on how to ensure that CIA is optimally prepared to carry out its mission into the future. In conducting their research, Study Group members received input from thousands of Agency employees, reviewed best practices across the public and private sectors, and interviewed dozens of customers and current and former senior officers. With these recommendations as our guide, the Agency’s leadership team has made a number of decisions building upon the Agency’s Strategic Direction that are designed to strengthen our Agency in the years ahead. “

20 posted on 12/11/2019 5:14:36 AM PST by tired&retired (Blessings)
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