I STOPPED THE FINANCIAL CRISIS in 2009 by embarrassing President Barack Obama, former President William Clinton, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke, and possibly the Federal Bureau of the Investigation, when I forwarded the “Report” to distinguished members in Washington, D C and other locations. THE REASON WHY PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA DIDN’T CORRECT THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. President Barack Obama didn’t want to be known for stopping the financial crisis. It was very obvious; he was working with the other people who had caused the crisis. This was the reason why President George W. Bush had handpicked Senator Barack Obama to be the next President of the United States. I didn’t know that President Barack Obama was a resident of Illinois, nor did I know that Rev. Jesse Jackson was also a resident of Illinois. Rev. Jesse Jackson had received money from New York Bankers, my “Report” states that they had given him $350 million, that figure was not accurate, I purposely used an incorrect figure, to determine if anyone recognized the error. The New York Bankers gave Jesse Jackson $450 Million. Credit is to be given to Mayor Michael Bloomberg for providing direction to the President after my “Report” had reached the Whitehouse. My E-Book provides for Special Thanks to Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his advisors, for providing excellent advise to President Obama. You could read why the president didn’t want to stop the financial crisis by reading “The Escape Artisti$ts” How Obama’s Team Fumbled the Recovery written by Noam Scheiber. Noam Scheiber is a senior editor at The New Republic magazine in Washington, D.C., and a Schwartz Fellow at the New America Foundation. He holds a master’s degree in economics for Oxford University, where he studied on a Rhodes Scholarship. He Covered the 2008 presidential campaign and the Obama White House. Visit him at http://www.noamscheiber.com.My “Report” to Secretary Treasurer Timothy Geithner was faxed to him from the Maryland House. The “Report” was faxed on March 16, 2009 at (9:32 AM). Secretary Timothy Geithner appeared to be the professional member of the President’s Cabinet.
“Perhaps more curiously, so did some of the Treasury hands most skilled in the art of financial engineering. One of the undisputed stars of the Geithner Treasury was a young Wall Street alumnus named Matthew Kabaker, who’d arrived by way of Blackstone, the massive money management firm. Kabaker was a Blackstone managing director, Wall Street-ese for “made man,” by his early thirties and hadn’t turned thirty – five when he left to become Lee Sach’s top lieutenant at Treasury.” “When it comes to Mr. Obama himself Mr. Scheiber draws a portrait of a president with a messianic streak, whose “determination to change the course of history” made him reluctant to accept Mr. Geithner’s suggestion that his signature achievement would be preventing another Great Depression. Instead the president insisted on pursuing his vision of health care reform in his first year in office even though many of his advisers were warning that such an initiative would distract attention from the urgent need to focus on the economy and jobs.”