Sunday, October 16, 2016

Avoid the Con Man!

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Suze Orman Exemplifies Predatory Culture
by Henry Makow Ph.D
October 15, 2016
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They allow her to cheat and steal because they're in on the scam.
There is a reason the elite is called the kleptocracy.
"Think about it. Are all these people engaged in a multi-faceted conspiracy to defraud the American people?"
Suze Orman, 65, a Jewish lesbian, has amassed a personal fortune of $35 million dispensing "financial advice" for two decades despite having no training or expertise and a lousy track record.
The documentary, How Suze Orman Scammed the World is valuable not just for documenting her many scams, but for portraying US society in terms of a small "elite" class ripping off the population in general.
(left, Bernie Madoff the rule, not the exception.They scam each other too.)
Although some journalists have criticized her, Orman has been nurtured and protected by the Zionist establishment. She was put on the map by Oprah in 2008; and PR mavin Hillary Rosen of SKSK has lined up Orman's ducks ever since.
This model of a small cabal preying on the general population makes perfect sense. The US political hierarchy is built on a foundation of predatory fraud.
The medium of exchange (currency) is created out of thin air by private Masonic Jewish bankers as interest-bearing "debt" . Stemming from this basic fraud: The endless wars and incurable diseases that fatten the trillion dollar, banker-owned defence and pharmaceutical industries.
Hillary Clinton's hacked emails reveal that the US government itself is a giant kickback scheme where the public interest is sold for profit on a daily basis.
As a Jew, I hate to say this reminds me of those "hateful" stereotypes of Jews who basically see the goyim as their prey. (In Russia they actually divied up Gentile property before finagling it.) Needless to say, a whole class of Gentile bottom feeders has joined their ranks. They are the Establishment.
The Approved Debit Card
Suze Orman's most egregious scam was the "Approved" prepaid debit card which she sold to low-income Americans in 2012 as a means of building their credit rating. This was a total lie. A credit score is based on payment record, and a prepaid card would not indicate that. Her credit rating partner Transunion admitted as much, but did not disown her publicly. 

She pretended that the banking industry was terrified of this card when in fact a major bank, Bancorp, was behind it. She urged her viewers to "rebuild America" by adopting the card which was riddled with hidden fees. Many people had trouble accessing their funds.
After two years, the scam was quietly closed. People who had entrusted their savings to Orman were advised to spend their money within a month. Many people who didn't get the memo lost everything.  While they were scrambling to pay their rent and feed their children, Orman posted pictures of herself on her yacht enjoying the good life with her lesbian lover.
"Suckers!" she seemed to be saying. The goyim have not been trained to imagine such iniquity.
Her other scams over the years involved pushing real estate during the low prime mortgage bubble, selling gold on commission and promoting for-profit online universities that depend on students taking loans they can't repay. Information on her most recent scams can be found here.
The documentary made by Sharon Janis and largely ignored by the MSM states that Orman is coddled by an Establishment who's who:
"In her apparent quest to corrupt all trustworthy media sources (watch the documentary film, where you'll see Orman's scams and shams being pushed by Juju Chang, John King, George Stephanopoulos, Arianna Huffington, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Ali Velshi, Michael Moore, Tavis Smiley, Wendy Williams, Jack Welch and Oprah Winfrey), Orman has now given new age publisher Hay House control of her products and social media. Even after all the evidence of Orman's fraudulent schemes, new age publisher Hay House fell for the big bucks, and is now in charge of Orman's media and products, using their good name to continue perpetrating her damaging schemes."
Think about it. Are all these people engaged in a multi-faceted conspiracy to defraud the American people? Or do they naturally move in unison due to their greed?
Orman singles out low-income people, students, women, ethnic minorities for special exploitation. She pretends to protect them from the very predatory activity she is engaging in.  As a lesbian, she is especially good at convincing married women that their husbands are robbing them blind, and they must take control of their finances, and presumably buy her products.
Given the fact that Donald Trump a crypto Jew and charter member of this corrupt Masonic Jewish cabal, I would be elated if he were not part of the scam.  They're coming after our families, our property, our identity and our freedom, all in the name of "human rights" "inclusiveness" and "social change."
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Related-  Suze Orman's Financial Advice and Career
 ---------- Web Site for this Amazing Documentary with additional information
First Comment from Susan:
Thank you again for another great column. I first saw Suze on PBS with her money shows. When I found out she was an Obama fan and a lesbian, I stopped watching her shows as everything she was saying was now tainted, in my opinion. Now to find out she is a full-on scammer, too, well, why should I be surprised. I am going to send your column to all my family and friends who might not know these things. As you can see from the attached link to PBS, the government funded network still promotes her. Another big surprise, not.

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The Con Man On A Deadly Game Full Documentary  
Published on Dec 8, 2015
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Bernie Madoff : Scamming of America - The $50 Billion Ponzi Scheme
Published on Mar 4, 2014
Forbes:"If indeed, $50 billion was lost, as apparently Madoff claims, it is the largest such fraud in history, and one that might even shame the conman whose name is attached to this brand of deception. In 1920, Charles Ponzi, an Italian immigrant, began advertising that he could make a 50% return for investors in only 45 days. Incredibly, Ponzi began taking in money from all over New England and New Jersey. By July of 1920, he was making millions as people mortgaged their homes and invested their life savings. As with all frauds, he was discovered to have a jail record and was indicted on 86 counts of fraud. Some tens of millions of dollars were invested with him."
In the streamlined (if somewhat simplified) opening of Ripped Off: Madoff and the Scamming of America, it is noted that "he puts a face on what we've all been feeling." It's a succinct and accurate characterization of the man who ran an elaborate, decades-long Ponzi scheme, bilking countless private investors and charities out of an estimated $65 billion dollars. The disclosure of his fraud, in the midst of the worst economic landscape since the Great Depression, grafted the face of a real-life villain onto the greed and excess of the Bush years--it's hard to personify (or even understand) a credit default swap or a NINA loan, but this was a guy that we could point at and say, "Him! Get him!"
The History Channel's short documentary examination of the Madoff scandal utilizes interviews with journalists, historians, and victims, in addition to some excellent archival footage (particularly those chilling tapes of Madoff holding court in the late 1990s as a wise elder statesman of the financial world). The special contains some valuable biographical information, not only of Madoff's humble beginnings as a Queens-born stock broker, but of Carlo Ponzi (the namesake of the Ponzi scheme) and other con artists who operated in Madoff's style, though perhaps not to his excess.
There's plenty of solid information to be found here--how the lure of the Madoff investment was its exclusivity (he didn't let just anyone throw away their money with him) and it's slow steady performance (one victim notes, quite convincingly, "this was not a get-rich-quick scheme"); the tale of Harry Markopolis, the financial analyst who attempted, for the better part of a decade, to alert the SEC that Madoff was a crook; and the tragic story of Rene-Thierry Magon de la Villehuchet, the hedge fund operator who responded to the news that his fund's $1.4 billion investment with Madoff wasn't worth the paper it was printed on by slashing his wrists in his Manhattan office.
The documentary moves a breakneck pace, a flurry of images and definitions and images and soundbites, though for all of the information it contains, it occasionally sacrifices nuance for the sake of a quick pulse. The misfortune of Ripped Off is that it follows Frontline's superior examination of the scandal, The Madoff Affair, into the marketplace; that program was simply stronger, with better access to more people on the inside and a more in-depth analysis of the Madoff story. Taken on its own terms, however, Ripped Off is a solid, if less than spectacular, television documentary program.
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The Trillion Dollar Con Man BBC Documentary
Published on Oct 2, 2013
Panorama tracks down a fraudster who stole a football club and broke a bank. With his tales of foreign gold and assets worth 2 trillion dollars, the con man fooled politicians, celebrities and the City. He even tricked the former England football manager, Sven-Goran Eriksson, into visiting North Korea to support his scam. So why were so many people taken in, and how did one man run rings round the regulators and authorities?
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Wham Bam Thank You Scam
Published on Jun 14, 2013
This is my story of how I was scammed and how I then traced the scammers to Thailand... ...and then paid them a visit.
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"60 Minutes" Presents: 21st Century Cons
Uploaded on Feb 27, 2011
"60 Minutes" presents a special hour with two stories featuring hidden cameras that capture conmen at work.
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 The Trillion Dollar Con Man BBC Documentary
Published on Oct 2, 2013
Panorama tracks down a fraudster who stole a football club and broke a bank. With his tales of foreign gold and assets worth 2 trillion dollars, the con man fooled politicians, celebrities and the City. He even tricked the former England football manager, Sven-Goran Eriksson, into visiting North Korea to support his scam. So why were so many people taken in, and how did one man run rings round the regulators and authorities?
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