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Jewish Bankers & Economists


Benjamin S. Bernanke – Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System

Donald L. Kohn – Vice Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System

Stephen Friedman – Chairman, Board of Directors, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Timothy F. Geithner – Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury

Neal S. Wolin – Deputy Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury

Robert B. Zoellick – President, The World Bank

Dominique Strauss-Kahn – Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

Lawrence H. Summer – Chairman, National Economic Council

Christina D. Romer – Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers

Paul A. Volcker – Chairman, Economic Recovery Advisory Board

Ron Bloom – Senior Counselor for Manufacturing Policy, President

Steven L. Rattner – Director, Presidential Task Force on the Automotive Industry

Neil M. Barofsky – Special Inspector General, Troubled Asset Relief Program(TARP)

Kenneth R. Feinberg – Special Master for Executive Compensation, U.S. Treasury Department

Jared Bernstein – Chief Economist and Economic Policy Adviser, Vice President

David R. Obey – Chairman, United States House Committee on Appropriations

Henry A. Waxman – Chairman, United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce

Barney Frank – Chairman, United States House Committee on Financial Services

Christopher J. Dodd (crypto jew) – Chairman, United States Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

Max S. Baucus (crypto jew)- Chairman, United States Senate Committee on Finance

Peter R. Orszag – Director, Office of Management and Budget(OMB)

Douglas W. Elmendorf – Director, Congressional Budget Office(CBO)

Douglas H. Shulman – Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service(IRS)

Jon D. Leibowitz – Chairman, Federal Trade Commission(FTC)

John E. Bowman – Director, Office of Thrift Supervision(OTS)

Sheila C. Bair – Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation(FDIC)

John C. Dugan (crypto jew) – Comptroller, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

Karen G. Mills – Administrator, Small Business Administration (SBA)

Mary L. Schapiro – Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission(SEC)

Gary G. Gensler – Chairman, Commodity Futures Trading Commission(CFTC)

Daniel J. Roth – President and Chief Executive Officer, National Futures Association(NFA)

Duncan L. Niederauer – Chief Executive Officer & Director, NYSE Euronext

Robert Greifeld – Chief Executive Officer, NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc.

Lloyd C. Blankfein – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

John J. Makhoul – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Morgan Stanley

James Dimon (crypto jew) – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, JPMorgan Chase

Kenneth D. Lewis (crypto jew) – President and Chief Executive Officer, Bank of America Corporation

John G. Stumpf – President and Chief Executive Officer, Wells Fargo & Company

Bernard Baruch – economic adviser to many U.S. presidents, statesman, stock market speculator

Milton Friedman – Nobel Prize-winning economist

Alan Greenspan – chairman of the Federal Reserve (1987–2006)

Eugene Meyer – chairman of the Federal Reserve (1930–1933), president of the World Bank (1946)

Haym Solomon – financier during the American Revolution

Joseph E. Stiglitz – 2001 Nobel Prize winner and Chief Economist of the World Bank (1997–2000)

James Wolfensohn – president of the World Bank (1995–2005)

Paul Wolfowitz – president of the World Bank (2005–2007)

George Akerlof – economist

Kenneth Arrow – Arrow’s impossibility theorem

Gary Becker – economist

Daniel Berkowitz – editor of the Journal of Comparative Economics (2007-present)

Walter Block – Harold E. Wirth Endowed Chair in Economics at Loyola University in New Orleans

Benjamin Jerry Cohen – Louis G. Lancaster Professor of International Political Economy University of California, Santa Barbara

Martin S. Feldstein – economist, Harvard Professor, advisor to President Ronald Reagan

Robert Fogel – new economic history

Zvi Griliches – econometrist

Sanford J. Grossman – economics of information

John Harsanyi – game theorist

Jerry A. Hausman – econometrist

Ricardo Hausmann – Harvard Professor and Former Venezuelan Minister

Robert Heilbroner – leftist economist

Leonid Hurwicz – economist

Daniel Kahneman – Nobel Prize (2002)

Israel Kirzner – Austrian School economist

Lawrence Klein – econometric models

David M. Kreps – economist

Paul Krugman – economist and journalist

Simon Kuznets – econometrics

Emil Lederer – economist

Wassily Leontief – Input-Output method

Steven Levitt – economist

Harry Markowitz – economist

Jacob Marschak – economist

Merton Miller – economist

Jacob Mincer – labor economics

Ludwig von Mises – Austrian School economist

Franco Modigliani – economist

Harvey Pitt – former SEC chairman

Matthew Rabin – economist

Russell Roberts – economist, Professor at George Mason University in Virginia, commentator on Morning
Edition heard on National Public Radio

Kenneth Rogoff – economics professor at Harvard, expert on international economics

Murray Rothbard – Austrian School economist

Nouriel Roubini – Iranian-American macroeconomist

Jeffrey Sachs – economic shock therapy

Paul Samuelson – economic analysis

Andrei Shleifer – economist

Myron Scholes – Black-Scholes equation

Herbert Simon – political, social scientist

Robert Solow – economic growth

Jacob Viner – economist

Lloyd C. Blankfein – Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs

Ivan Boesky – Wall Street financier and arbitrageur

Asher Edelman – Wall Street corporate raider (“Wall Street” movie character)

Andrew Fastow – former CFO of Enron

Marcus Goldman – co-founder of Goldman Sachs investment bank

Bernie Madoff – former Chairman of NASDAQ, last Chairman of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC, biggest Ponzi schemer in history

Michael Milken – Financier, Junk-bond specialist

Ronald Perelman – American billionaire investor

Marc Rich – Oil trading

Robert Rubin – former Treasury Secretary, director of National Economic Council, and Chairman of Citigroup

Samuel Sachs – co-founder of Goldman Sachs investment bank

George Soros – Wall Street investor and foreign currency speculator

Michael Steinhardt – Wall Street hedge fund manager

Bruce Wasserstein – American investment banker and businessman, CEO of Lazard and controller of Wasserstein & Co.

Sandy Weill – former Chairman and CEO of Citigroup

Albert Aftalion – Bulgarian-born French economist

Robert Aumann – Nobel prize (2005)

Lord Bauer – economist

George Dantzig – economist

Alexander Delphias – economist, and social activist of Jew Town.

Richard Ehrenberg – economist

Charles Goodhart – Bank of England economist

Leo Frank – Factory owner hung for ritual murder of a child

Noreena Hertz – economist & activist

Hendrik Houthakker – economist

Richard Kahn, Baron Kahn – economist: multiplier

Nicholas Kaldor – economist

Leonid Kantorovich – Nobel prize (1975)

Israel Kirzner – economist

János Kornai – economist

Ludwig Lachmann – economist

Harold Laski – economist

Leone Levi – political economist

Robert Liefmann – economist

Ephraim Lipson – economic historian

Adolph Lowe – economist

Rosa Luxemburg – economist, co-founder of the KPD

Morton J. Marcus – economist

Karl Marx – inventor of Marxist economics

Robert Merton – Nobel prize (1997)

Hyman Minsky -economist

Fritz Naphtali – economist, editor, later Israeli finance minister

John von Neumann – economist

Alexander Nove – economist

Sigbert Prais – economist

David Ricardo – economist

Arthur Seldon – economist

Reinhard Selten – Nobel prize (1994)

Sir Hans Singer – economist

Piero Sraffa – economist

Abraham Wald – economist

Basil Yamey – economist

  1. Douglas W. Elmendorf is not a Jew. He is descended from a gentile family.

    • You are off your fucking rocker fella. That’s a jew through and through. You couldn’t get more jewish than this Elmendorf guy.

      • Very nice list.

        I’m looking for more names, specifically those who are CEO’s and directors, etc of the major private banks. Don’t seem to be that many above, although I know that they exist. Problem is many are pseudo Jews.

        Please update list above if you find any more.

  2. Ophelia says:

    If only someone could get hold of the list of ALL the STOCKHOLDERS of the Federal Reserve Bank … and the Bank of International Settlements. Scum of the earth.

  3. Ophelia says:

    Lists should distinguish between the living scum and dead scum …. just in case someone (such as the Navy Seals grieving over their six buddies killed in a helicopter crash after participating in the bin Laden death hoax) is interested in making a list and checking it twice….

  4. Marc C. Daniele says:

    This list should include Janet Yellen and Stanley Fischer. Yellen is current Chair of “The Fed”, and Fischer is the current Vice Chair, also a dual US/”israeli”, and former head of the “israeli central bank”.

  5. Their was one quote that Rothbard said “Cops must be unleashed, and allowed to administer instant punishment. Unleash the cops to clear the streets of bums and vagrants. Where will they go? Who cares? Hopefully, they will disappear, that is, move from the ranks of the petted and cosseted bum class to the ranks of the productive members of society.” Sounds a A lot Maniacal Don’t you think?

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