By Jim Campbell
June 11th, 20018
Her thoughts and positions on the American Dream combined with her money make her a very dangerous woman.
Laurene Powel Jobs is obviously a gifted and very articulate woman.
On the one hand she want’s things to be science based yet is a proponent of man caused global warning.
She could well be a hypocrite!
Science by its very nature must be conducted in a prospective manner.
This was not done with so-called “Man made Global warming.”
Look no further than NASA’s most recent findings. (Source)
Perhaps ask a simple question, why is their no connection between man caused global warming and the industrial revolution?
There is no science indicating man causes climate change, the contrary is far more likely.(Source)
Had she not been left with a golden spoon in her mouth she would be just another lost individuals who we would never have heard of.
Beware of someone in her tax bracket tells us she doesn’t have position on President s Tax plan.
She is either lying or doesn’t really care, which could be the case since it was never her money.
She is also against Trumps wall and clearly doesn’t understand that a country cannot protect its borders is not a sovereign country.
She even has problems with capitalism, imagine that.
Ms. Powell clearly has no idea what she wants.
The video below in which she gives an interview that is extremely telling.
History will record her presences on earth of that of an aged hippy known only as Lauren Who?
Seattle Post Intelligence
By Aine Cain
June 11, 2018• Laurene Powell Jobs is the wife of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
• Laurene Powell Jobs is the wife of late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs.
• She has become a powerful investor and has a net worth of $20.7 billion, according to Forbes.
• Some of her projects range from environmental committees to acquiring a majority stake in an influential US magazine.
Laurene Powell Jobs has become an influential and formidable presence in the investing world.
And she ranks among the richest women in the world, with a net worth of $20.7 billion, according to Forbes.
Upon her husband’s death in 2011, Powell Jobs inherited his fortune, primarily shares of Apple and Disney.
She inherited his fortune, now worth something like $20 billion, and became the sixth-richest woman on the planet.
By 2014, Emerson Collective was up to 10 employees.
“For the first few years I worked here, there would be people who would say, ‘Who?,’
” Says the eighth hire, Anne Marie Burgoyne, director of grants. “
‘Is there someone in the Valley who’s famous whose last name is Emerson?’ That seemed like a fair question.
The Valley is a place of reputation, so it’s logical to ask whose last name is Emerson. Nobody knew who we were.”
Powell Jobs, now 54, wanted it that way, and she wished she could stay out of the spotlight.
Does she find it or does it find her?
If she were serious about this all she would have to do is say no.
Like her friends the Obama’s she doesn’t find herself capable of staying away from the camera or interviews.
She wrote a short essay on the sublimity of anonymous giving that she handed out to employees.
One of her staff recently gave it to me to read but not to quote: Her policy on anonymity is anonymous.
She was frequently seen but not heard – seated with Michelle Obama during the State of the Union address in 2012, vacationing with former District of Columbia Mayor Adrian Fenty, whom she dated a few years ago after he moved to California.
When she did speak, she seemed most comfortable having wonkishly impersonal conversations at forums with, say, a Stanford entrepreneurship professor on the subject of “Injecting Innovation Into Intractable Systems,” or with musician Will.I.Am on “Art, Activism and Impact.”