“Stephen A. Schwarzman, on the other hand, is a poster child for the private, for the “me,” for greed and secrecy and accumulation,” David Morris in AlterNet, March 24, 2008.
Multi-billionare, Stephen Schwarzman, CEO Blackstone Group has said Democratic efforts to close a pernicious tax provision known as the carried interest loophole was akin to Nazi invasions during World War II.
Stephen Schwarzman, a practicing Jew, believes that Obama administration is anti-Wall Street. In February, in a comment post in the Washington Post, he wrote that bank-bashing could destroy the US economy’s fledgling recovery as bank may get scared.
In 2008, Stephen Schwarzman, supported Sen. John McCain but contributed more money to Barack Obama campaign. Now, he has thrown his support behind Mitt Romney as the Jew-controlled Wall Street turns away from Barack Obama. Stephen plans to hold a fundraising at his Park Avenue apartment next month.
In July 2011, Blackstone had reported its second quarter net income rocketed more than three times to $703 million. Stephen Schwarzman is estimated to be worth $5.7 billion.
Last month, at 64th annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner, Schwarzman said he was trying to arrange “a merger of Judaism and Catholicism,” noting a few things the two have in common. Among them was headgear, since Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, who sat next to Schwarzman on the dais, wears a “yarmulke”. He also threw a few barbs at Republicans as well, noting the presidential candidate Herman Cain’s “9-9-9″ tax plan. “It’s not just Herman Cain’s tax plan, or the number of cans of hair spray he goes through each year“. Schwarzman said. “It’s also the number Rick Perry thinks comes after 888“.
Stephen is member of powerful think tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) headed by Zionist Jew Richard Haass.