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David Solomon, the man tipped to be the next chief executive of Goldman Sachs, does not only spend his evenings poring over the numbers. As the 56-year-old's Instagram account shows, he also has a second life as a DJ playing electronic dance music under the name D-Sol.
The banker is widely expected to take over the top job from Lloyd Blankfein. Analysts say Mr Solomon's accession became almost certain after a rival for the job, Harvey Schwarz, retired suddenly on Monday.
It is not clear when Mr Blankfein, 63, will step down from Goldman Sachs - one of the world's most influential banks. Mr Blankfein's predecessor Henry Paulson became Treasury secretary under George W Bush. The current holder of that post, Steven Mnuchin is also Goldman alumni, as is President Trump's outgoing economic adviser Gary Cohn.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
COULD BE IMPORTANT!
Re: Q Post#977, !xowAT4Z3VQ, 28/03/2018 22:17:17, 825929:
I think Q's anti-sniffer approach may have also misled us on this post!
This is the first time this form of date has been used by Q, in almost a thousand posts, since 31st Oct 2017.
What if... this is NOT a date and HRC is not Hillary?
What if... this points to: HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL, Tweflth Session (2009), Agenda Item #2?
This agenda item was adopted and concerns:
This report is presented to the Human Rights Council pursuant to Council resolution 9/11. It contains a study on best practices for the effective implementation of the right to truth, in particular practices relating to archives and records concerning gross violations of human rights, and programmes on the protection of witnesses and other persons involved in trials connected with such violations.
I'm not au fait enough with the U.N. to pull out the most relevant points but below is my reading of it in relation to Q:
a) We have a Right to the Truth,
b) To implement the Right to Truth it is essential to have archives of the past:
The implementation of the right to the truth can only be effectively achieved when victims of human rights violations are able to assert their rights and can start the process of dealing with their past. The protection of archives and records concerning gross human rights violations, and the protection of witnesses and other persons involved in trials related to such violations are mutually reinforcing elements that are essential to nsuring the effective implementation of the right to the truth.
As they exercise their newly freed voices, they are likely to make four types of demands of the transitional State, namely demands for truth, justice, reparations and institutional reforms to prevent a recurrence of violence. Each of these demands relies on the availability of archives."
c) Hillary kept a lot of her records on an unsecured server that allowed her to withhold archived facts from government and the public,
d) Obamas presidential library will not make available original documents and only be electronic (allowing manipulation of archived truth),
e) Q continually tells us "ARCHIVE EVERYTHING". Is this partly to allow conformance by U.S. government with the UN resolution?
This resolution seems almost tailored to the situation we will face on taking down the deep state/cabal?
ETA from the link:
As part of the measures a State must undertake to protect the right to know, the Principles require the State to “ensure the preservation of,
and access to, archives concerning violations of human rights and humanitarian law” (ibid., principle 5).
What think you ATS?
originally posted by: carewemust
originally posted by: IAMTAT
2 new Q's
#985 relates to what was being discussed in this thread a few hours ago. Q confirms that the TIMESTAMP to his #977 post, is indeed "the key".
12/02/09 Administration's Strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Opening Remarks Before the United States Senate Armed Services Committee; Washington, DC
12/02/09 International Day for the Abolition of Slavery; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Washington, DC
12/02/09 Interview With Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Washington, DC
12/02/09 Interview With Katie Couric of CBS Evening News; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Washington, DC
12/02/09 U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Opening Remarks Before the House Foreign Affairs Committee; Washington, DC
Modern slavery – be it bonded labor, involuntary servitude, or sexual slavery – is a crime and cannot be tolerated in any culture, community, or country. Sadly, slavery persists around the globe, including within the United States. Every day millions of men, women, and children of all ages face forced labor and sexual exploitation, as well as brutal violence.”