Obama, who's your Daddy?
Timothy Geithner’s father, former Ford Foundation official Peter F. Geithner, sits on the board with Kissinger of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. He sat behind his son at the Senate confirmation hearing. He supervised the work of Ann Dunham, Obama’s mother, when she worked for the foundation in Indonesia.
Timothy F. Geithner became the ninth president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on November 17, 2003. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission and the Group of Thirty.
Geithners first job was with Kissinger Associates, where he worked with the former secretary of state.
From there, he went to the U.S. Treasury Department, where he rose to become an aide to Lawrence Summers and Robert Rubin, treasury secretaries under Bill Clinton. Geithner served as the point man in the talks that led to the Federal Reserves loan of $29 billion to assist J.P. Morgan Chase Co. in its buyout of the assets of Bear Sterns. He brokered the sale of Bear Stearns to JP Morgan using taxpayer money. His father, Peter F. Geithner, is the director of the Asia program at the Ford Foundation in New York.
Peter Geithner oversaw the Ford Foundation's microfinance programs in Indonesia being developed by Ann Dunham-Soetoro, mother of President Barack Obama, and they met in person at least once. Geithner's maternal grandfather, Charles F. Moore, was an adviser to President Dwight D. Eisenhower and served as a vice president of Ford Motor Company.
The Group of Thirty? WTF is that, another one of those exclusive "Colonial Bread" boys clubs?
Here's what their web page says:
The Group of Thirty, established in 1978, is a private, nonprofit, international body composed of very senior representatives of the private and public sectors and academia.
They also want to "enhance the role of central banks," and to "increase coordination internationally." Sounds like a "NWO Bankers to the World" project.
BTW, Timothy Geithner attended the 2009 Bilderberg conference.