Los Bilderberger españoles: Cebrian, Moratinos, Solber, Entrecanales y la Reina

Por orden alfabetico:

  • Cebrián, Juan Luis CEO, Grupo PRISA
  • Entrecanales, José Manuel Chairman, Acciona
  • León Gross, Bernardino General Director of the Presidency of the Spanish Government
  • Moratinos Cuyaubé, Miguel A. Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Nin Génova, Juan Maria President and CEO, La Caixa
  • Solbes, Pedro Vice-President of Spanish Government; Minister of Economy and Finance
  • Sophia, H.M. the Queen of Spain

El ministerio de Exteriores, de Economía, el gran capital, los medios de comunicación y la monarquía.

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  1. La monarquía… liberal. 🙂

    ültimamente no sé qué pasa que se me acumulan este tipo de noticias. 😉

    An Angry Chicago Father Says America’s Top Universities Shut His Daughter Out Because She’s White; etc.

    «(…) Despite her glowing resume, Jane received rejection letters from Yale and Stanford and was wait-listed at Georgetown’s Walsh School for Foreign Service.

    On the other hand, her minority fellow students were accepted into Ivy League schools even though they had significantly lower GPAs and test scores.

    While those kids and their families celebrated, my hard-working daughter, overwhelmed with a sense of rejection and failure, cried her eyes out.

    Simply stated, since Jane identified herself as Caucasian on her application, she was held to an entirely different standard than the minority students.

    My daughter just learned that as a white person in America, the deck is stacked against her. The elite take any possible reason to choose minorities over whites.

    The irony is that, even though we have a Hispanic surname because my stepfather adopted me when I was a small child, my daughter and I have always refused to put down anything other than Caucasian on questionnaires. Both of my biological parents are white.

    But we know that, if she had applied as a Hispanic and with her grades and test scores, all the universities would have accepted her. (…)»

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