We are not interested in sound bites on this blog, only true honest research. The Jews own companies and made a significant impact on the financial circumstances of Great Britain. But the Jews do not own all the major companies. In fact companies tend to be either Jewish or Roman Catholic owned, or having a mixture of these as board members.
Surpringly for most Muslims, the following are actually owned by Roman Catholics, Jesuits or those attending a Jesuit University connected to the Roman Catholic church:
Walmart (Asda): Samuel Robson "Rob" Walton (born October 28, 1944)[is the eldest son of Helen Walton and Sam Walton, founder of Walmart, went to Columbia University, listed on Brebeuf Jesuits as a University to receive a Jesuit education. (see document: http://brebeuf.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/college-matriculation_all_Oct2012.pdf)
Neil Ashe (B 1990) President and CEO of Walmart, Global eCommerce, Walmart from Georgetown University.
Toys R Us
Joseph R. Baczko (SFS 1967) – president and CEO, Blockbuster Entertainment, 1991–1993; He is the founder of Toys R Us and is president, Toys "R" Us-International, 1983–1990; CEO, Max Factor-Europe, 1979–1983. Degree from George Town University. He is German-born of Hungarian descent and raised in France.
Founded by Jesuit Joseph Baczko.
Now part of 3G Group, includes Heinz. Alex Behring and Pedro Drevon, two members on the Executive Team went to Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. There are several people from Argentina on the board with financial interests in Rio de Janeiro. Obviously this wouldn't stop me from buying their burgers because they are delicious.
Philip Marineau (C 1968) – LNK Partners, a private equity firm; president, Quaker Oats Company. From Georgetown University.
Procter and Gamble
Started by two people from Northern Ireland.
Of 11 members on the board of Procter and Gamble, 3 went to a Roman Catholic institution.
One of the members on the board of Procter and Gamble is Alan George "A.G." Lafley, who went to Fenwick High School, staffed by the Catholic Order of Dominican friars.
Another board member is Ernesto Zedillo, who also is Roman Catholic. He is the current Director of Center for the Study of Globalization at Yale University and is on the board of directors of Citigroup.
Maggie Wilderotter, who is chairwoman and chief executive officer of Frontier Communications, a local internet company, also a board member of Procter and Gamble. She graduated at a Jesuit college, The College of the Holy Cross.
Philip Marineau was CEO (from Georgetown University), current CEO, an Indian woman, Indra Nooyi, who went to Madras Christian College.
Michael A. Todman (B 1979) – president, Whirlpool North America, 2007–present. From Georgetown University.
Lance L. Weaver (B 1976) – chairman, board of directors, MasterCard; vice chairman, MBNA (KRB) Corp. From Georgetown University.
Many companies operate under a cloak of secrecy as to who actually owns it. We can know who runs it as a Director, but this is not necessarily the founder. The Rockefellar family in America owns companies but places their own board members as Directors or may even use names of people connected with the family on documents. What we find is major investment companies own several department stores.
Kingfisher currently operates over 1,030 stores in eight countries in Asia and Europe. Its main retail brands are B&Q, Castorama, Brico Dépôt, and Screwfix. The companies now part of the Kingfisher group are:
B&Q; operations in the UK, Ireland and China, Brico Dépôt; in France and Spain. Castorama; in France, Poland and Russia. Hornbach DIY; with over 130 stores across Europe; Kingfisher holds a 21% stake. Koçtaş; 50% joint venture in Turkey. Screwfix; 300 branches in the UK, plus mail and internet ordering.
Home Retail Group has over 1,000 stores in the United Kingdom and Ireland and comprises the following operating companies:
Financial services, which works in conjunction with Argos and Homebase to provide their customers with the most appropriate credit offers to drive retail sales and to maximise the total profit from the transaction.
Home Retail Group owns a number of well-known brands, including: Alba, Bush, Chad Valley, Habitat, Hygena,Schreiber
George Town University has more members in companies in America, for a complete list go to Wikipedia. Jesuits either own or are on boards of billion dollar companies. Muslims do some proper research before peddling all companies are owned by Jews. Jesuits are also interested in "occult" knowledge and this is one of their keys to financial success. One such work is the True Magical Work of the Jesuits.