I'm Thankful We Have Such a Cohesive International Oligarchy
That's what I'm thankful for today. Sure, everybody knows that Gamal Mubarak, Hosni's son and heir apparent, started his career as an investment banker for Bank of America and then set up his own private equity fund. And it's old news that UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi takes time out from pepper-spraying American students to assist in the crackdown on Greek students. But did you know that Asma al-Assad, first lady of Syria, was a mergers and acquisitions investment banker at JP Morgan, and about to start on an MBA at Harvard, before she married her husband Bashar?
You really can't run a coordinated international attack on 99% of humanity without having all the attackers be buddies from way back.
Friday, November 25, 2011
I love the smell of oligarchy in the morning
Jonathan Schwarz sez: