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Wall Street Hedge Fund Billionaires Policy Forbids Truth about Israeli Genocide in Palestine

April 30, 2024 (EIRNS)—Billionaire Bill Ackman, CEO of Pershing Square Capital Management, a Wall Street hedge fund, and a group of other Wall Street sharks, almost all of them hedge fund owners, are leading the drive to openly purge college campuses across the nation of students and professors who call for an end to Israeli genocide and the creation of a Palestinian state. They are creating apartheid thought-control police-states on college campuses, where anyone who does not support ethnic cleansing and permanent wars—which are edging to the precipice of nuclear war—is expelled or silenced.

These hedge fund operators are a subordinate layer of the City of London-Wall Street oligarchic network, which make quick-buck profits from untold volumes of speculation and leverage, often stripping down companies and laying off workers of companies they temporarily buy out.

Having been taken over by this and like-minded speculators, the leadership of the Democratic and Republican Parties are also attempting to eliminate the idea that Palestinians are human beings, and the need for a worldwide development and security architecture.

Meanwhile, these hedge fund looters are threatening universities from Columbia to Harvard, from MIT to the University of Pennsylvania, to withdraw billions of dollars from endowments, unless they accede to Wall Street hedge fund policy.

We look at what a few of this crowd is doing:

William Ackman (worth $3.9 billion according to Forbes magazine) and the CEO of Pershing Square hedge fund, called on Harvard to publish the names of students who signed a letter saying Israel’s “apartheid regime is the only one to blame” for the war, which cited Israeli violence against Palestinians over the past decades.

Ackman, a Harvard alum, called for the resignation of Harvard President Claudine Gay, for her remarks at a Dec. 5 congressional hearing on “anti-Semitism on campus,” attended also by University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill and MIT President Sally Kornbluth. They were questioned for hours by Rep. Elise Stefanek (R-NY), who had worked for the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD), a pro-Israeli organization (which was funded by hedge fund speculator Paul Singer to the tune of $3.6 million, and Las Vegas gambling magnate Sheldon Adelson in the amount of $1.5 million); was a board member of the National Endowment for Democracy, which has sponsored color revolutions since 1983; and is the fourth most powerful House Republican. These university presidents are not of the best quality, and gave flawed and inadequate liberal answers, but Stefanik and Wall Street were lying in wait to pounce on them, regardless of what they said.

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