Peter Breathsmelllike Buttigieg

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  1. McKinsey Consulting is a the breeding ground for “new world order” globalists. Pete used to work there and do “consulting work”. If you look at what their company consults on and the list of people who have previously worked there you can see he's a globalist puppet.
  7. Previous Employees:
  8. Matt Brittin – Head of EMEA at Google
  9. Shona Brown – former Google executive
  10. Adam Cahan — Yahoo executive
  11. Francesco Caio – serial CEO and/or founder from Omnitel, Olivetti, Merloni, Netscalibur and Cable Wireless
  12. Henrique De Castro – former Google executive and former chief operating officer of Yahoo!
  13. Etienne de Villiers – former Executive Chairman and President of the ATP Tour, former President of Walt Disney, and former chairman of BBC Worldwide
  14. Colin Dyer – CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle Carolyn Fairbairn – former BBC and ITV executive
  15. Diana Farrell – CEO of JPMorgan Chase Institute
  16. George N. Gillett, Jr. – founder of Gillette Holdings. Former owner of the Montreal Canadiens and England’s Liverpool Football Club
  17. Harvey Golub – former chairman and CEO of American Express and AIG. Former chairman at Campbell Soup Company and Readers Digest
  18. James P. Gorman – chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley
  19. Mario Greco – CEO of Zurich Insurance Group
  20. Stephen Green (banker) – chairman of HSBC Betsy Holden – former co-CEO of Kraft Foods; later joined McKinsey as a senior advisor
  21. Amy Howe — current Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Ticketmaster, a Live Nation subsidiary
  22. James McNerney – chairman and CEO of Boeing
  23. Sundar Pichai – CEO of Google
  24. David Sacks – founder of Yammer
  25. Sheryl Sandberg – COO of Facebook
  26. Jonathan I. Schwartz – former CEO of Sun Microsystems
  27. Pamela Thomas-Graham – Chief talent, branding and communications officer at Credit Suisse. Formerly CEO of CNBC
  28. Bradley M. Berkson — last United States Department of Defense Director, Program Analysis and Evaluation
  29. Lael Brainard – Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System
  30. Esther Brimmer – former Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs
  31. Ryan Brumberg – former U.S. Congressional candidate
  32. Mary Burke — former Wisconsin Secretary of Commerce
  33. Sylvia Mathews Burwell – former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services; former director of the United States Office of Management and Budget
  34. Bjarne Corydon — Finance Minister of Denmark
  35. Tom Cotton – U.S. Senator from Arkansas
  36. Jim Coutts (deceased) – Canadian Prime Ministerial advisor (1963–66, 1975–81)
  37. Dan Debicella – Connecticut State Senator (2006-2010) and Congressional Candidate
  38. Isabel Dedring – Deputy Mayor for Transport, City of London
  39. Božidar Đelić – Serbian Minister of Economy and Finance (2001–2003), vice-president of the Government of Serbia (2007–present) Oleksandr Danylyuk — former Ukrainian Finance Minister
  40. Stephen Donnelly — founder and leader of the Irish Social Democrats
  41. Roger W. Ferguson, Jr. – current President and CEO of TIAA-CREF; former vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (2001–2006)
  42. Thomas C. Foley — US ambassador to Ireland
  43. Robert G Greenhill — President of the Canadian International Development Agency
  44. William Hague – former foreign secretary of Britain and former leader of the Conservative party in the House of Commons
  45. Wopke Hoekstra – Minister of Finance of the Netherlands (2017–present)
  46. Wendell Hulcher — former mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan
  47. Reed Hundt – former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (1993-1997)
  48. Greg Hunt – Member of the Australian House of Representatives (2001–present)
  49. Radovan Jelašić – former governor of the National Bank of Serbia
  50. Bobby Jindal – Governor of the State of Louisiana (2008–present); former member of the U.S. House of Representatives (2004–2008) Nancy Killefer – Assistant Secretary for Management, CFO, and COO at the United States Department of the Treasury (1997–2000)
  51. John D. Macomber – former President of the Export-Import Bank of the United States (1989–1992)
  52. Jack Markell – Governor of Delaware
  53. David McCormick – Business Executive, former U.S. Treasury Under Secretary for International Affairs
  54. Karen Mills – former head of the Small Business Administration (SBA)
  55. Toshimitsu Motegi – former minister for economy, trade and industry in Japan
  56. Arthur Mutambara – Zimbabwean politician; former head of the Movement for Democratic Change
  57. Naheed Nenshi – Mayor of Calgary (2010–present)
  58. Greg Orman – former U.S. Senate candidate from Kansas
  59. Peter Orszag – economist, Barack Obama’s OMB director designate, former CBO director, formerly of the Brookings Institution
  60. Joris Poort — US engineer
  61. Susan E. Rice – international diplomat; formerly for the National Security Council and currently for US President Barack Obama Tagg Romney – US venture capitalist
  62. Jayant Sinha – former finance minister for India and former Managing Director at Omidyar Network
  63. Van Taylor – former U.S. Congressional candidate and current Texas state senator.
  64. Eric Wiebes – State Secretary of Finance (2014–2017) and Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (2017–present) of the Netherlands
  65. Einat Wilf — Israeli politician
  66. Pieter Winsemius – former Dutch Minister of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment (1982–1986, 2006–2007)
  67. Chelsea Clinton – Vice Chairman, Clinton Foundation, daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  68. Stuart Shilson — Assistant Private Secretary to Queen Elizabeth II in the Royal Household
  69. Josh Singer — American screenwriter and producer
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