Sign in with Twitter

Type the topic in any language to check out real time results of Who's Talking on Social Media Sites


Trending Topics: 単独実施の意向サミット外交評価抗議の声サーモン記事のここ勇気の意味定年65歳#10MedidasMPF#ElaMeFaz#KaynaşsınYıldızTozlarıKaradağ'ı 1-0Diyarbakır Kulp'ta#BattleOfJutland#C4ComedyGala#727SundayStreamingIVETE DONA DO RIR#ErdoğanYenikapıdaAzmakoCom Girin#WhenIMissWorkブラジル全土あなたの性欲3つ#rioh2kbattles#DemekİsteğimŞuHoşgeldin AvatarAtakan#DayDreamTourEuropeBill WeldArena'yaDİPLOMAsahteYargı ÇAYtopluyor#RipGirls#Fetih563#NoktaİstanbulunFethi#BadDrinkNamesRice 1#CumhurbaşkanımızEsenlerdeTürkünUmudu ÜlküOcaklarıFederal Racketeering Charges#AnittaNoFaro#RIPMimaw雨の中断#Gezi3Yasında#HerkesAtasıKadarKonuşacakBizHALKız GEZİonurumuz#EnBüyükMutlulukHurşitKülter DerhalBulunsun#intikamgünümüz#BirSüreSonraAnladımKi#TotalEclipseOfGazaHepsiPiyon SemihŞampiyon#Soundset2016#FakePartyFacts消費増税再延期の可能性#Stream727NOWSCREAM TOMORROW#5DaysTilBetter#Indy500Band#YoutubersNoConstruindoUmSonho#海未じゃんけん#MisvakYalnızDeğildirMeltem Tv#MyPastExperiencesTaughtMeHarambeNba Finals Schedule 2016X-men Apocalypse Post Credit SceneScott Disick and Kourtney KardashianDean And DelucaMexico vs ParaguayCincinnati ZooBryce Dejean JonesTropical Storm BonnieChristian PulisicAlexander RossiChampions League FinalChase UtleyIndy 500Monacocleveland cavaliersKevin Durantgolden state warriorsAlan PulidoReal MadridTNTMore

Most recent 20 results returned for keyword: World Trade Center (Search this on MAP)

https://plus.google.com/105367224272109999284 Laura Fox : Since the Mission Day banner seemed too intense, we decided to go sightseeing in Manhattan. We went ...
Since the Mission Day banner seemed too intense, we decided to go sightseeing in Manhattan. We went to Times Square and the One World Trade Center. +Brian Peterson​ and I look forward to doing more exploring tomorrow.
4 seconds ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/106248485136951015330 Meg san souci : New York’ Trinity Church and the “Toaster” For some reason, I've been thinking alot lately about the...
New York’ Trinity Church and the “Toaster”

For some reason, I've been thinking alot lately about the role Trinity Church in NYC played in 9/11 and what it cost the church to continue to produce the heavenly sound from its antique pipe organ during those dark days. The value placed on human life was far above the monetary value of the pipe organ which, if replaced today, would cost $2.5 to $3 million dollars. I am not sure Trinity has the money to replace the old pipe organ and I know they have used an electronic organ (see below) and that they were awaiting insurance estimates on the old organ that was ruined during the tragedy. What I find most amazing is that during the pain, sorrow and grief after the evil and wicked act of Al Qaeda and the collapse of the World Trade Center that Trinity Church stayed open around the clock to provide support as the wreckage rained down and the devastation was cleared.Trinity maintained order through the smoldering ruins of the Twin Towers and provded strength and hope to firemen, construction workers, police officers and others. This September 11th will mark the 15th year since the attack on the Twin Towers and it is still a very emotional time for Americans.

There was originally no organ in the Trinity Church until 1737 but by 1837 the structure of the church was week and the organ was moved to the German Reformed Church on Norfolk Street in the city.Although the church was dedicated on Ascension Day in 1846, the Henry Erben organ was not completed until several months later; it was given a public hearing to crowds numbering in the thousands. The Erben organ was enlarged and changed several times in 1867, 1889, and 1907. A chancel organ was built by Hall and Labagh in 1864 to accompany the choir.

In 1923, Ernest M. Skinner of Boston built an entirely new organ (Opus 408) of 64 stops, which had Nave and Chancel divisions, and was controlled by a large four-manual console in the chancel. The chancel divisions and console were installed first, and were dedicated in 1923. The nave (west gallery) divisions were installed following removal of the Erben, and the whole organ was dedicated in March 1924. Skinner's Nave Organ retained several Erben stops — the 32' Open Wood, the Great Mixture III and the Swell Mixture V — and was installed behind the historic Erben case; the Chancel Organ was installed in a chamber behind the Labagh case on the south side of the choir. In 1928, after a trip to England, Skinner replaced several stops.

In 1958, the Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company of Boston built a new console and made major tonal revisions, replacing 75% of the pipework and adding a Chancel Brustwerk division, but retaining most of the mechanisms and chests. When a free-standing altar was planned, removing the choir to the gallery, Aeolian-Skinner was contracted in 1968 to replace all mechanisms and structures not new in 1961, and to provide new ranks and a duplicate console for the gallery; they also repositioned divisions for optimum sound projection. Casavant Frerès of Canada was subcontracted by Aeolian-Skinner to provide the chassis and some chests for the new organ. The Erben 16' Open Wood (Diapason) was retained in the Pedal (the 32' octave was removed during the 1958 rebuild), and was later made playable from the Gallery Great and Pedal divisions. A few original Skinner ranks were used in the new organ, while some of the Skinner Solo stops were given to Calvary Episcopal Church. Alec Wyton dedicated the new organ in 1970. At a later date, the chancel console was made movable.

Trinity Church, a centuries old church at the foot of Wall Street that is in its 400th year of continuous operation, purchased a new electronic organ after 911 damaged their vintage Aeolian Skinner pipe organ. Trinity Church is located about 200 yards from what was...ground zero. During the black days after 911, canvas banners were hung along the victorian iron fence and people were invited to write notes to their lost loved ones or those who needed to express their sorrow by writing tributes on the banners. Trinity has saved all those banners.

In 2011, I was in the World Trade Center dropping off some artwork for Petrosino Park at the L.M.C.C. (Lower Manhattan Cultural Center) where 30 years’ worth of archived art was stored in the organization’s offices. All of that art work was destroyed on 9/11. Petrosino Park was well known for displaying public and environmental art in NYC. According to the website nycgovparks.org: “The small park, named for heroic police officer Lt. Joseph Petrosino, is at a crossroads of several dynamic New York neighborhoods: Little Italy and the Bowery to the east, Chinatown to the south, and SoHo to the west and north. The site became parkland as a result of the City Charter of 1938, which turned over all public places and squares to the Department of Parks.”

As history goes, they say the first Trinity Church was built in 1696 and that it was a modest rectangular structure with a gambrel roof and small porch, was constructed in 1698. Historical records state that Captain William Kidd lent the runner and tackle from his ship for hoisting the stones for the church. Unfortunately, that church was destroyed in the Great New York City Fire of 1776. Construction began in 1788 for the second Trinity Church but the church was not consecrated until 1790. After severe snows weakened the structure, the third and last Trinity church construction began in 1839 and was not completed and consecrated until 1846. The church was designed by architect Richard Upjohn, and is a classic example of Gothic Revival architecture. In 1976 Trinity Church was designated as a National Historic Landmark.

On September 11, 2001, people took refuge inside Trinity Church as a cloud of falling debris, ashes of people lost in the rampage and other wreckage fell to earth.

See the nytimes.com article below for what new technology brought to Trinity Church while it waited for insurance information on the old organ so they could decide when and if they wanted to replace the tech "toaster" with a new pipe organ.

Surrounding the church is a churchyard with monuments from American history including a tribute to martyrs of the American Revolution, Alexander Hamilton, Robert Fulton, and many more.“

Sacred Destinations states: “Trinity’s three huge bronze doors were designed by Richard Morris Hunt to recall Lorenzo Ghiberti's famed doors on Florence's Baptistery. The Gothic Revival interior is light and elegant, leading to a colorful wall of stained glass behind the altar.
There's a small museum at the end of the left aisle displaying historical documents (including the 1697 church charter from King William III), photographs, replicas of the Hamilton-Burr duel pistols, and other items. There are also refernces to the tragedy in 2001 which no American who lived through the senseless loss of life will ever forget. But Americans are very resilient and we have long memories.

http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/10/arts/pipes-are-gone-but-organ-resounds-its-organ-damaged-9-11-trinity-church-tries.html

http://www.sacred-destinations.com/usa/new-york-city-trinity-church

PIPE ORGAN LINK
http://www.nycago.org/Organs/NYC/html/TrinityWS.html

Pipe organ picture:<a href="https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g60763-d105054-i180208639-Trinity_Church-New_York_City_New_York.html#180208639"><img alt="" src="https://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/0a/bd/c3/ff/organ.jpg"/></a><br/>This photo of Trinity Church is courtesy of TripAdvisor

<a href="https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g60763-d105054-i180599764-Trinity_Church-New_York_City_New_York.html#180599764"><img alt="" src="https://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/0a/c3/bb/d4/trinity-church.jpg"/></a><br/>This photo of Trinity Church is courtesy of TripAdvisor
The Pipes Are Gone but the Organ Resounds; Its Organ Damaged on 9/11, Trinity Church Tries High Technology's Authentic Wheezes
Concert settings around the city for decades have had to endure the shake, rattle and rumble of subways passing nearby. The new Zankel Hall -- in the Carnegie Hall basement, with a subway nine feet away -- will soon carry the skirmish to a new front, reportedly well defended with sound insulation. But the historic Trinity Church, at the foot of Wall Street, is preparing to fight back.
39 minutes ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/112637766917692857402 Julia Ross : The new World Trade Center is glistering on Memorial Day weekend.
The new World Trade Center is glistering on Memorial Day weekend. 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-C1bZ0JQx9jo/V0puAR9CKLI/AAAAAAABSlA/qtbhnWOZy_AktF3MNRSirlrLx-IQoc3fw/w506-h750/16%2B-%2B1
50 minutes ago - Via Reshared Post - View -
https://plus.google.com/118038367469516780089 LORD CYNTHIA GUNDAN Viloria :   MOC-02-CDG-5-29-2016 Picture Below are the OFFICIAL LORDS AND COMMANDER LEVEL CALLED DD meaning DEPARTMENT...
 
MOC-02-CDG-5-29-2016
Picture Below are the OFFICIAL LORDS AND COMMANDER LEVEL CALLED DD meaning DEPARTMENT Secretariat. They are almost empty and required re-position and placement by the DD1 incumbent. Please do not accept Fraud Administrator or you are stock in your lower position, without hope of retirement. For you are the one giving your admin salary worst protecting your thieves. All General and Administrators MUST BE PROFESSIONAL BOARD LICENSED, BAR HOLDER, BOTHE CCT AND GCT LICENSED, with WORLD BANK ACCOUNT of OWNER TO CO-OWNER.  For Check and Verification due to the US Economic and Political Status.
LORD OF LORDS CYNTHIA GUNDAN VILORIA,PDDT,POE,PE,PhD,CCT,GCT
DD1-OFFICER'S COMMISSION
IN-CHARGE OF PROMOTION AND MERITS
US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
WORLD TRADE CENTER AND MILITARY CHANNEL ORG.
1 hour ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/118038367469516780089 LORD CYNTHIA GUNDAN Viloria : MOC-01-CDG-5-29-2016 Picture Below are the OFFICIAL GENERALS AND ADMINISTRATOR LEVEL CALLED DS meaning...
MOC-01-CDG-5-29-2016
Picture Below are the OFFICIAL GENERALS AND ADMINISTRATOR LEVEL CALLED DS meaning Deputy Secretariat. They are almost empty and required re-position and placement by the DD1 incumbent. Please do not accept Fraud Administrator or you are stock in your lower position, without hope of retirement. For you are the one giving your admin salary worst protecting your thieves. All General and Administrators MUST BE PROFESSIONAL BOARD LICENSED, BAR HOLDER, CCT AND/OR GCT LICENSED. For Check and Verification due to the US Economic and Political Status.
POSTED BY:
LORD OF LORDS CYNTHIA GUNDAN VILORIA,PDDT,POE,PE,PhD,CCT,GCT
DD1-OFFICER'S COMMISSION
IN-CHARGE OF PROMOTION AND MERITS
US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE
WORLD TRADE CENTER AND MILITARY CHANNEL ORG.
1 hour ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/101358420346924191109 Ardeshir Bahramian : The article, written by Saudi legal expert Katib al-Shammari and translated by MEMRI, claims that American...
The article, written by Saudi legal expert Katib al-Shammari and translated by MEMRI, claims that American threats to expose documents that prove Saudi involvement in the attacks are part of a long-standing U.S. policy that he calls “victory by means of archives.”

Al-Shammari claims that the U.S. chooses to keep some cards close to its chest in order to use them at a later date. One example is choosing not to invade Iraq in the 1990s and keeping its leader, Saddam Hussein, alive to use as “a bargaining chip” against other Gulf States. Only once Shi’ism threatened to sweep the region did America act to get rid of Hussein “since they no longer saw him as an ace up their sleeve.”

He claims that the 9/11 attacks were another such card, enabling the U.S. to blame whoever suited its needs at a particular time; first it blamed Al-Qaeda and the Taliban, then Saddam Hussein’s regime in Iraq, and now Saudi Arabia.

September 11 is one of winning cards in the American archives, because all the wise people in the world who are experts on American policy and who analyze the images and the videos [of 9/11] agree unanimously that what happened in the [Twin] Towers was a purely American action, planned and carried out within the U.S. Proof of this is the sequence of continuous explosions that dramatically ripped through both buildings. … Expert structural engineers demolished them with explosives, while the planes crashing [into them] only gave the green light for the detonation – they were not the reason for the collapse. But the U.S. still spreads blame in all directions.

The intention of the attacks, writes al-Shammari in his conspiracy article, was to create “an obscure enemy – terrorism – which became what American presidents blamed for all their mistakes” and that would provide justification for any “dirty operation” in other countries.

The terror label was applied to Muslims even though it was Muslims who helped America defeat the Soviets and bring an end to the Cold War, he writes. The problem, asserts al-Shammari, is that the U.S. must always find a new impetus to have an adversary, for “the nature of the U.S. is that it cannot exist without an enemy.”
Saudi Press: U.S. Blew Up World Trade Center To Create 'War On Terror'
Saudi press is continuing to unleash fury over the U.S. Senate's vote on a bill allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia.
1 hour ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/101084506977821644064 Marc James Levesque : On September 11, 2001, not 1, not 2, not 3, but all 7 World Trade Center complex buildings were destroyed...
On September 11, 2001, not 1, not 2, not 3, but all 7 World Trade Center complex buildings were destroyed. To date, the only comprehensive forensic investigation into determining what actually happened to the WTC on that infamous day was undertaken by Dr. Judy Wood who summarized her findings in a 500 page compilation and analysis of physical evidence and eye witness interviews entitled: "Where Did The Towers Go: Evidence of Directed Free Energy Technology on 9/11". I believe this book to be the most most important book of the 21st century. From the introduction:

"This book is a summary of the physical evidence submitted in my federal qui tam [whistleblower] case accusing the defendants of science fraud. NIST [The National Institute of Standards and Technology] was mandated by Congress to determine why and how WTC 1 and WTC 2 collapsed yet NIST admitted to me that they did not analyze the “collapse.” The contractors they hired with taxpayer money knowingly allowed the fraudulent report to become final."

Sadly, Dr. Wood's case was swept under the rug by a federal judge without reason, cause or explanation...only asking Dr. Wood if she had a "death wish".

All of us owe this remarkable woman a debt of gratitude for courageously investigating this horrific crime. That she has demonstrated with overwhelming evidence what happened to the World Trade Center complex will be clear to anybody willing to read with eyes open while setting aside what we have all been conditioned to think. The implications of Dr. Wood publishing her findings are potentially paradigm shattering. 9/11 was perhaps most of all, an attack on human consciousness. Fear induces the human psyche to implode, shut down. Thankfully, not everyone's did, and slowly more and more of us are emerging from the fog.

This video production is primarily an edited compilation. Thanks and credit to Adam Dwyer for his excellent documentary video series which can be found here:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrbhfJlvZHYEu12_R65lR9Q

FAIR USE STATEMENT
This video may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. This material is being made available within this transformative or derivative work for the purposes of education, commentary and criticism, is being distributed without profit, and is believed to be "fair use" in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107.
Watch the video: Gone With The Wind
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/vewrZUjfAkqbH9c9LfN_MEJvdh5o6VyDLSamESSedTy8wQ_gi60sqOA_8Gw9yQApOlfUAlZxFRMROuqZq61ZfQ=w506-h284-n
On September 11, 2001, not 1, not 2, not 3, but all 7 World Trade Center complex buildings were destroyed. To date, the only comprehensive forensic investiga...
2 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/109494429012064728263 John Paterson : In 1856, Allan Pinkerton appears to have hired Kate Warne to train his agents and spies in the art of...
In 1856, Allan Pinkerton appears to have hired Kate Warne to train his agents and spies in the art of cross-dressing and entrapment of pedophile elites in child brothels or luxury hotels after the manner of Eugène François Vidocq (1775-1857), the convict founder of the Sûreté Nationale.

2. In the 1960's, Pinkerton's allegedly recruited Barack Obama's parents to work as agents with Serco (formerly RCA GB) 8(a) companies in Indonesia and ordered them to hire a cross-dressing prostitute nanny named Turdi to groom their son, a.k.a. Barry Soetoro, in the art of pedophile entrapment.

3. On 9/11, Pinkerton agents allegedly used a GMT slave clock set up by Serco at the Langham Hotel in a failed attempt to synchronize the execution of a BBC script developed for Obama's pedophile victims or clients in Chicago with the controlled demolition of World Trade Center Building 7 in New York.

Readers are invited to browse Abel Danger's website where United States Marine Field McConnell has proof by contradiction – no rebuttal – of a conspiracy between Pinkerton's and Serco's 8(a) bankers to capture control over the sovereign state through the extortion of blackmailed cross-dressing pedophile elites.
Watch the video: AD 6-29-2015 Pinkerton's Cross Dressing Pedophile Elites – Serco's 8(a) Barry, Groomed by Turdi
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/Gzur_rY3s-KGKJq5yWWR83f8tjt5enpEZAsaZndn2Rfm6Jkm2XjmR5u-mMNlEZqhX33LXarhKOLmM0hWvIE6Mg=w506-h284-n
In 1856, Allan Pinkerton appears to have hired Kate Warne to train his agents and spies in the art of cross-dressing and entrapment of pedophile elites in ch...
2 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/109448470483750977077 Wayne Gregory : Skyscraper at Trade Center Rises From the Inside Out If you think Santiago Calatrava’s transportation...
Skyscraper at Trade Center Rises From the Inside Out
If you think Santiago Calatrava’s transportation hub and
shopping mall looks like a bird (or a stegosaurus), you might find 3 World
Trade Center next door reminding you of an upside-down Popsicle, with the stick
at the top. Its surprising profile — which is...
Skyscraper at Trade Center Rises From the Inside Out
If you think Santiago Calatrava’s transportation hub and shopping mall looks like a bird (or a stegosaurus), you might find 3 World Trade Center next door reminding you of an upside-down Popsicle, with the stick at the top. ...
3 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/107473708277847556391 DeAnna Schultz : #Tesla   #MarkPassio   #Sep11   #Scalar   #Weapon   #JudyWood Tesla's Inventions Used in 9/11? | The...
#Tesla   #MarkPassio   #Sep11   #Scalar   #Weapon   #JudyWood  

Tesla's Inventions Used in 9/11? | The Dark Side Of Tesla’s Technology - Presentation by Mark Passio - 5/29/2016

The following presentation by researcher Mark Passio discusses Nikola Tesla's inventions, scalar wave technology and links to weapons used to bring down the World Trade Center towers on September 11th, 2001.

Passio draws upon the work of Dr. Judy Wood, and Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden, lending further substantiation to the notion that the towers were destroyed by some kind of disintegration device, akin to a nuclear bomb with a limited area of effect and no radiation fallout.

Continue Reading:
--> http://bit.ly/27VRDZn <--

#SITS   #StillnessintheStorm  

Long Link:
http://sitsshow.blogspot.com/2016/05/Teslas-Inventions-Used-in-911-The-Dark-Side-Of-Tesla-Technology-Presentation-by-Mark-Passio.html
Tesla's Inventions Used in 9/11? | The Dark Side Of Tesla’s Technology - Presentation by Mark Passio

4 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/112616685211234958178 Street Chase Magazine :

One World Trade Center Construction Photos 2011-14
One World Trade Center Brief photo library on the construction of the Freedom Tower in New York City, with photos taken from 2011-2014. Wish I documented this better, as most of the photos taken were probably from an iPhone...
5 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/110895754274128591868 Hilton Cairo World Trade Center Residences : Experience the Spirit of ‪#‎Ramadan‬ with Hilton Cairo WTC Residences….
Experience the Spirit of ‪#‎Ramadan‬ with Hilton Cairo WTC Residences….
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-3l2MyIOYpb8/V0rxJWZSP_I/AAAAAAAACWk/F6ASLrTChWUAt1S-Iuej1NyEm3T1rttcA/w506-h750/11401073_885104894883670_2353289189216653435_n.jpg
7 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/103861993244569396878 Tyna Poislova : One World Trade Center
One World Trade Center
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-CIbwPXgOWTU/V0rslWxtc-I/AAAAAAAAAKY/jf7rvXd6EREh34rtGrozBm2ZZterth5kg/w506-h750/29.05.16%2B-%2B1
7 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/111233837013926684812 DUBAI HANDYMAN : Need Reliable AC Repair Service ? 24x7 Service, Best Price Guaranteed AC Maintenance Service.0567675159...
Need Reliable AC Repair Service ? 24x7 Service, Best Price Guaranteed AC Maintenance Service.0567675159,AC Installation Services in Dubai ,AC Replacement Services in Dubai ,AC Repairing Services in Dubai, Electrical Services in Dubai, Plumbing Services in Dubai, Painting Services in Dubai,
“Trustworthy Air Conditioner Services in Dubai”



We provide services like:

Ac repair and maintenance services,

AHU repair and maintenance services,,

HVAC repair and maintenance services

Chiller repair and maintenance services,

Ducted ac repair and maintenance services,

Central ac repair and maintenance services,

Package ac repair and maintenance services,


Window Ac + Split Ac + Central Ac + FCU Chiller Air Conditioner Service Repair Maintenance Fixing

a/c fixing in Dubai Hospital.
a/c installation in Dubai Industrial City.
a/c maintenance in Dubai International Airport.
A/C Repair in Dubai International Airport.
A/C Repairing in Dubai Internet City.
a/c service in Dubai Investment Park.
A/C Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Lagoon.
ac chiller maintenance company in Dubai Land.
ac cleaning in Dubai Marina.
ac filter cleaning service in Dubai Media City.
ac installation in Dubai Museum.
ac installation company in Dubai Outlet Mall.
ac maintenance company in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
Ac maintenance in Dubai Sports City.
ac overall servicing cleaning in Dubai Studio City.
ac repairing Workshop in Dubai Tennis Stadium.
FCU Chiller Ac Repair in Dubai World Central.
ac repair in Dubai World Trade Centre.
ac repair shop in Dubiotech.
water Chiller FCU Unit service in Emaar Business Park.
AC Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Hospital.
air condition repair service in Dubai Industrial City.
air conditioner repair in Dubai International Airport.
Air conditioner repair maintenance in Dubai International Airport.
air conditioner repairing work shop in Dubai Internet City.
air conditioner repairing work shop in Dubai Investment Park.
air conditioning repair in Dubai Lagoon.
central ac maintenance Dubai Land.
central air conditioner cleaning in Dubai Marina.
central air conditioner maintenance in Dubai Media City.
Building central ac thermostat repair and replacement in Dubai Museum.
central air conditioner repair in Dubai Outlet Mall.
central air conditioner repairing in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
central air conditioner service in Dubai Sports City.
Central Air Conditioner Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Studio City.
Central type building AC service repair cleaning in Dubai Tennis Stadium.
FCU Chiller Ac repairing in Dubai World Central.
Duct Type Air Conditioner Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai World Trade Centre.
duct type split unit in Dubiotech.
air conditioning removing and relocating in Emaar Business Park.
Ducted type air conditioner service in Dubai Hospital.
Fan Coil Unit (FCU) Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Industrial City.
ac repair service company in Dubai International Airport.
A/c Freon refill refilling charging in Dubai International Airport.
Ac gas charging in Dubai Internet City.
Central ac chiller gas refill in Dubai Investment Park.
Air Condition gas refilling in Dubai Lagoon.
Walk in Chiller Service Repair in Dubai Land.
Heating Ventilation Air Conditioner (HVAC) Cooling System in Dubai Marina.
HVAC heating ventilation air conditioner system service maintenance repair in Dubai Media City.
Ac Chiller Compressor Change and Replacement in Dubai Museum.
wall mount ac unit Installation Service Repair in Dubai Outlet Mall.
split a/c repair in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
split ac fixing in Dubai Sports City.
split ac maintenance in Dubai Studio City.
split ac service in Dubai Tennis Stadium.
split air condition repair in Dubai World Central.
split air conditioner installation in Dubai World Trade Center.
split air conditioner maintenance in Dubiotech.
split Air Conditioner repair service in Emaar Business Park.
split air conditioner service in Dubai Hospital.
Split Air Conditioner Service Repair in Dubai Industrial City.
Split unit Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai International Airport.
split unit repair in Dubai International Airport.
walk in chiller repair maintenance in Dubai Internet City.
Ac Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Investment Park.
Water Chiller Pipe Insulation and Water Leakage in Dubai Lagoon.
water chiller pipe insulation work in Dubai Land.
Window Air Conditioner Service Repair in Dubai Marina.
Window Air Conditioner Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Media City.
air conditioning contracting company in Dubai Museum.
Window , Split and Central Ac Annual Maintenance Contract AMC in Dubai Outlet Mall.
Building Air Condition Yearly Maintenance Contract in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
Handymen repair service shop in Dubai Sports City.
amc for ac / Air Condition Washing Machine Fridge in Dubai Studio City.

(Call for free inspection )call now : 056-7675159 or 050-9091097.

PLEASE CALL AT 0567675159 FOR HANDYMAN AND GENERAL MAINTENANCE WORK, SUCH AS:

• CARPENTRY WORKS,
• GYPSUM PARTITION & CEILING,
• GLASS WORKS,
• PAINTING WALL FINISHING,
• TILING WORKS,
• HANGING PICTURE FRAME,
• WINDOW REPLACEMENT,
• LOCK CHANGING,
• TILE RE-GROUTING,
• SHELVING,
• MINOR LIGHTING ISSUES,
• CURTAIN FIXING,
• WALL PAPER FIXING,
• A/C SPLIT FIXING,
• PLEASE ASK FOR OTHER HANDY WORKS AND MORE...


WORK AS PER YOUR SATISFACTIONS

ANNUAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACT AVAILABLE.

Almas General Maintenance Dubai.

Contact us 24/7

Cell 24/7 : 056 7675159.

Cell No : 052 7839255.
AC Installation maintenance service Gas charging,compressor changing, troubleshooting in Dubai
Description: Posted on: 29th May 2016 Need Reliable AC Repair Service ? 24x7 Service, Best Price Guaranteed AC Maintenance Service.Show Phone Number,AC Installation Services in Dubai ,AC Replacement Services in Dubai ,AC Repairing Services in Dubai, Electrical Services in Dubai, Plumbing Services in Dubai, Painting Services in Dubai, “Trustworthy Air Conditioner Services in Dubai” We provide services like: Ac repair and maintenance services,...
9 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/111233837013926684812 DUBAI HANDYMAN : Need Reliable AC Repair Service ? 24x7 Service, Best Price Guaranteed AC Maintenance Service.0567675159...
Need Reliable AC Repair Service ? 24x7 Service, Best Price Guaranteed AC Maintenance Service.0567675159,AC Installation Services in Dubai ,AC Replacement Services in Dubai ,AC Repairing Services in Dubai, Electrical Services in Dubai, Plumbing Services in Dubai, Painting Services in Dubai,
“Trustworthy Air Conditioner Services in Dubai”



We provide services like:

Ac repair and maintenance services,

AHU repair and maintenance services,,

HVAC repair and maintenance services

Chiller repair and maintenance services,

Ducted ac repair and maintenance services,

Central ac repair and maintenance services,

Package ac repair and maintenance services,


Window Ac + Split Ac + Central Ac + FCU Chiller Air Conditioner Service Repair Maintenance Fixing

a/c fixing in Dubai Hospital.
a/c installation in Dubai Industrial City.
a/c maintenance in Dubai International Airport.
A/C Repair in Dubai International Airport.
A/C Repairing in Dubai Internet City.
a/c service in Dubai Investment Park.
A/C Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Lagoon.
ac chiller maintenance company in Dubai Land.
ac cleaning in Dubai Marina.
ac filter cleaning service in Dubai Media City.
ac installation in Dubai Museum.
ac installation company in Dubai Outlet Mall.
ac maintenance company in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
Ac maintenance in Dubai Sports City.
ac overall servicing cleaning in Dubai Studio City.
ac repairing Workshop in Dubai Tennis Stadium.
FCU Chiller Ac Repair in Dubai World Central.
ac repair in Dubai World Trade Centre.
ac repair shop in Dubiotech.
water Chiller FCU Unit service in Emaar Business Park.
AC Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Hospital.
air condition repair service in Dubai Industrial City.
air conditioner repair in Dubai International Airport.
Air conditioner repair maintenance in Dubai International Airport.
air conditioner repairing work shop in Dubai Internet City.
air conditioner repairing work shop in Dubai Investment Park.
air conditioning repair in Dubai Lagoon.
central ac maintenance Dubai Land.
central air conditioner cleaning in Dubai Marina.
central air conditioner maintenance in Dubai Media City.
Building central ac thermostat repair and replacement in Dubai Museum.
central air conditioner repair in Dubai Outlet Mall.
central air conditioner repairing in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
central air conditioner service in Dubai Sports City.
Central Air Conditioner Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Studio City.
Central type building AC service repair cleaning in Dubai Tennis Stadium.
FCU Chiller Ac repairing in Dubai World Central.
Duct Type Air Conditioner Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai World Trade Centre.
duct type split unit in Dubiotech.
air conditioning removing and relocating in Emaar Business Park.
Ducted type air conditioner service in Dubai Hospital.
Fan Coil Unit (FCU) Service Repair Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Industrial City.
ac repair service company in Dubai International Airport.
A/c Freon refill refilling charging in Dubai International Airport.
Ac gas charging in Dubai Internet City.
Central ac chiller gas refill in Dubai Investment Park.
Air Condition gas refilling in Dubai Lagoon.
Walk in Chiller Service Repair in Dubai Land.
Heating Ventilation Air Conditioner (HVAC) Cooling System in Dubai Marina.
HVAC heating ventilation air conditioner system service maintenance repair in Dubai Media City.
Ac Chiller Compressor Change and Replacement in Dubai Museum.
wall mount ac unit Installation Service Repair in Dubai Outlet Mall.
split a/c repair in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
split ac fixing in Dubai Sports City.
split ac maintenance in Dubai Studio City.
split ac service in Dubai Tennis Stadium.
split air condition repair in Dubai World Central.
split air conditioner installation in Dubai World Trade Center.
split air conditioner maintenance in Dubiotech.
split Air Conditioner repair service in Emaar Business Park.
split air conditioner service in Dubai Hospital.
Split Air Conditioner Service Repair in Dubai Industrial City.
Split unit Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai International Airport.
split unit repair in Dubai International Airport.
walk in chiller repair maintenance in Dubai Internet City.
Ac Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Investment Park.
Water Chiller Pipe Insulation and Water Leakage in Dubai Lagoon.
water chiller pipe insulation work in Dubai Land.
Window Air Conditioner Service Repair in Dubai Marina.
Window Air Conditioner Maintenance Installation Cleaning Fixing in Dubai Media City.
air conditioning contracting company in Dubai Museum.
Window , Split and Central Ac Annual Maintenance Contract AMC in Dubai Outlet Mall.
Building Air Condition Yearly Maintenance Contract in Dubai Silicon Oasis.
Handymen repair service shop in Dubai Sports City.
amc for ac / Air Condition Washing Machine Fridge in Dubai Studio City.

(Call for free inspection )call now : 056-7675159 or 050-9091097.

PLEASE CALL AT 0567675159 FOR HANDYMAN AND GENERAL MAINTENANCE WORK, SUCH AS:

• CARPENTRY WORKS,
• GYPSUM PARTITION & CEILING,
• GLASS WORKS,
• PAINTING WALL FINISHING,
• TILING WORKS,
• HANGING PICTURE FRAME,
• WINDOW REPLACEMENT,
• LOCK CHANGING,
• TILE RE-GROUTING,
• SHELVING,
• MINOR LIGHTING ISSUES,
• CURTAIN FIXING,
• WALL PAPER FIXING,
• A/C SPLIT FIXING,
• PLEASE ASK FOR OTHER HANDY WORKS AND MORE...


WORK AS PER YOUR SATISFACTIONS

ANNUAL MAINTENANCE CONTRACT AVAILABLE.

Almas General Maintenance Dubai.

Contact us 24/7

Cell 24/7 : 056 7675159.

Cell No : 052 7839255.

Renovation Work in Home, Villa ,Flat Shop Office Warehouse and other Domestic Commercial and Industrial Zone Area Places.

We are Special Service Provide in Hotel, Restaurant ,Cafeteria, Resorts ,Schools, Collages, University's, Super Markets, Shopping Malls, Warehouses, Offices, Labor Camps ,and Other Commercial and Industrial Places in Dubai and Dubai Surrounding Area.

A/C Complete Services,

Paint Work,

Electrical Work,

Plumbing Work,

Sanitary Work,

Gypsum Work,

Carpentry Work,

Marble & Tile Fixing,

call now : 056-7675159 or 050-9091097.
BUILDING AND VILLA - RENOVATION
Description: Posted on: 29th May 2016 Renovation Work in Home, Villa ,Flat Shop Office Warehouse and other Domestic Commercial and Industrial Zone Area Places. We are Special Service Provide in Hotel, Restaurant ,Cafeteria, Resorts ,Schools, Collages, University's, Super Markets, Shopping Malls, Warehouses, Offices, Labor Camps ,and Other Commercial and Industrial Places in Dubai and Dubai Surrounding Area. A/C Complete Services, Paint Work,...
9 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/107214774821012948529 ARCHANGELUS LEGION INTERNATIONAL : members of the trilateral commision JEAN-CLAUDE TRICHET                JOSEPH S. NYE, JR.         ...
members of the trilateral commision


JEAN-CLAUDE TRICHET                JOSEPH S. NYE, JR.          YASUCHIKA HASEGAWA
European Chairman                        North American Chairman              Asia Pacific Chairman
VLADIMIR DLOUHY                         JAIME SERRA                     HONG SEOK-HYUN
European                                      North American                               Asia
Pacific Deputy Chairman                              Deputy Chairman                         Deputy
Chairman
MICHAEL FUCHS                           JOHN MANLEY                      JUSUF WANANDI
European                                      North American                               Asia
Pacific Deputy Chairman                              Deputy Chairman                         
Deputy Chairman

DAVID ROCKEFELLER
Founder and Honorary Chairman
PETER SUTHERLAND                      GEORGES BERTHOIN                       MARIO MONTI
European                                                 European                                  
         European Honorary Chairman                                 Honorary Chairman              
           Honorary Chairman
PAUL A. VOLCKER
North American Honorary Chairman



PAUL RÉVAY                                MICHAEL J. O'NEIL                  HIDEKO KATSUMATA
European Director                             North American Director                Asia Pacific
Acting Director


EUROPEAN GROUP
Ann-Kristin Achleitner, Scientific Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial and Financial Studies
(CEFS), Technische Universität München (TUM), Munich
Urban Ahlin, Speaker of the Riksdag of Sweden, Stockholm
*Esko Aho, Executive Chairman of the Board, East Office of Finnish Industries, Helsinki; former
Executive Vice President, Nokia; former Prime Minister of Finland
Jacques Aschenbroich, Member of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Valeo, Paris
Jerzy Baczynski, Editor-in-Chief, Polityka, Warsaw
Estela Barbot, former Director, AGA; Director, Bank Santander Negocios; Member of the General
Council, AEP -- Portuguese Business Association, Porto; General Honorary Consul of Guatemala,
Lisbon
Oliver Bäte, Chief Executive Officer, Allianz, Munich
*Erik Belfrage, Chairman of the Board and Partner, Consilio International AB, Stockholm
Marek Belka, President, National Bank of Poland, Warsaw; former Director, European Department,
International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C.; former Executive Secretary, United Nations






Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), Geneva; former Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of
Poland; former Ambassador-at-Large and Chairman, Council for International Coordination, Coalition
Provisional Authority, Baghdad
Dick Benschop, President Director, Shell Netherlands; Vice President, Gas Market Development, The
Hague
Baron Jean-Pierre Berghmans, Chairman, Lhoist Group, Limelette, Belgium
*Georges Berthoin, International Honorary Chairman, European Movement; Honorary Chairman, The Jean
Monnet Association; Honorary European Chairman, The Trilateral Commission, Paris
Carl Bildt, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden; former Chairman, Kreab Group of public
affairs companies; former Chairman, Nordic Venture Network, Stockholm; former Member of the Swedish
Parliament, Chairman of the Moderate Party and Prime Minister of Sweden; former European Union High
Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina & UN Special Envoy to the Balkans
Manfred Bischoff, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Daimler AG, Munich; former Member of the Board
of Management, Daimler AG; former Chairman, EADS
Sir Winfried Bischoff, Chairman, The Financial Reporting Council, London
Giuseppe Bono, Chief Executive Officer, Fincantieri, Trieste  Thomas Borgen, Chief Executive
Officer, Danske Bank, Copenhagen Ana Patricia Botin, Chairman, Santander Group, Madrid
Jean-Louis Bourlanges, former Member, State Audit Court (Cour des Comptes), Paris; Associated
Professor, Institute for Political Studies in Paris; former Member of the European Parliament,
Brussels; former President of the European Movement in France, Paris
*Jorge Braga de Macedo, Professor and Director, Center for Globalization and Governance, Nova
School of Business and Economics, Lisbon; former President, Tropical Research Institute; Professor
of Economics, Nova University at Lisbon; Chairman, Forum Portugal Global; former Minister of
Finance Samir Brikho, Chief Executive Officer, Amec Foster Wheeler, London
Jean-Louis Bruguière, former Judge on anti-terrorism; former EU High Representative to the United
States on the Terrorism Finance Tracking Programme (TFTP/SWIFT), Paris
John Bruton, former European Union Ambassador & Head, Delegation of the European Commission to the
United States; former Prime Minister of Ireland, Dublin
Patrick Buffet, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, ERAMET, Paris
*François Bujon de l'Estang, Ambassadeur de France; Chairman, FBE International Consultants, Paris;
former Chairman, Citi France; former Ambassador to the United States
Edelgard Bulmahn, Vice President of the German Bundestag; former Federal Minister, Berlin
Hervé de Carmoy, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, ETAM, Paris; Honorary Chairman, Banque
Industrielle et Mobilière Privée, Paris; former Chief Executive, Société Générale de Belgique
Jaime Castellanos, President, Lazard Spain, Madrid
Luc Coene, Minister of State; Governor, National Bank of Belgium, Brussels
Bertrand Collomb, Honorary Chairman, Lafarge; Chairman, Institut des Hautes Etudes pour la Science
et la Technologie (IHEST); Chairman, Institut Français des Relations Internationales (IFRI); Member
of the Institut de France, Paris
Patrick Combes, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Compagnie Financière Tradition and Viel &
Cie., Paris
Iain Conn, Chief Executive Officer, Centrica, London; former Managing Director and Chief Executive
of Refining & Marketing, BP, London
•              *Richard Conroy, Chairman, Conroy Gold and Natural Resources, Dublin; Member of
Senate, Republic of Ireland
*Alfonso Cortina, Vice Chairman of Rothschild Europe; Senior Advisor for Spain and Latin America of
Rothschild; Senior Advisor for Spain of Texas Pacific Group; Member of the Board of Directors of
Mutua Madrileña; Member of the International Advisory Board of Allianz AG, Madrid
Eduardo Costa, Executive Vice Chairman, Banco Finantia, Lisbon; Member, Forum Portugal Global
Vivienne Cox, Chairman, Vallourec, France; Member of the Board, BG Group, London
Caroline Daniel, Editor, FT Weekend, Financial Times, London


Marta Dassù, Editor-in-Chief, Aspenia, Aspen Institute Italia; former Vice Minister for Foreign
Affairs; former Secretary of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rome; former
General Director, Aspen Institute Italia, Rome
Michel David-Weill, former Chairman, Lazard LLC, worldwide; Chairman of the Supervisory Board,
EURAZEO, Paris
Thierry Déau, Founding Partner, Chief Executive Officer, Meridiam Infrastructure, Paris
Jean-Luc Decornoy, former Partner, KPMG France; former Deputy Chairman, KPMG EMA, Paris
Admiral Giampaolo Di Paola, former Italian Minister of Defence; former Chairman of the NATO
Military Committee, Livorno
*Vladimir Dlouhy, President of the Czech Chamber of Commerce; International Advisor, Goldman Sachs;
former Czechoslovak Minister of Economy; former Czech Minister of Industry & Trade, Prague;
European Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
Wiebe Draijer, Chairman, Rabobank Nederland, Utrecht; former President, The Social and Economic
Council of the Netherlands (SER), The Hague
Karsten Dybvad, Director General and Chief Executive Officer, Confederation of Danish Industry,
Copenhagen
Pedro Miguel Echenique, Professor of Physics, University of the Basque Country; President,
Foundation Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC); former Basque Minister of Education, San
Sebastian
Anna Ekström, Director General, The Swedish National Agency for Education, Skolverket, Stockholm
John Elkann, Chairman, Fiat Group, Turin
Guy Elliott, Deputy Chairman, SAB Miller plc; non executive director, Royal Dutch Shell plc; former
Chief Financial Officer, Rio Tinto, London
José Manuel Entrecanales, Chairman, Acciona, Madrid; Chairman, José Manuel Entrecanales Foundation
for Innovation and Sustainability
Oscar Fanjul, Vice Chairman, Lafarge and Omega Capital; former Chairman and Chief Executive
Officer, Repsol, Madrid
Franz Fehrenbach, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Robert Bosch; Managing Partner, Robert Bosch
Industrietreuhand, Stuttgart
Annemiek M. Fentener van Vlissingen, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, SHV Holdings N.V., Utrecht
Franz Fischler, President, European Forum, Alpbach, Vienna; former Member of the European
Commission (Agriculture)
Jürgen Fitschen, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Deutsche Bank AG, Frankfurt-am-Main; President,
Association of German Banks (BDB), Berlin
Louise Fresco, President of the Executive Board, Wageningen University & Research Centre; Member of
the Board of non-executive Directors, Unilever, London; former Professor, University of Amsterdam;
former Assistant Director-General, Head of Agriculture Department, Food and Agriculture
Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Luc Frieden, Vice Chairman, Deutsche Bank Group, London; former Minister of Finance, Defence and
Justice, Luxembourg
Hugh Friel, Chairman, Tourism Ireland; former Chief Executive Officer, Kerry Group, Tralee, Co.
Kerry, Ireland
Lykke Friis, Prorector for Education, University of Copenhagen; former Member of the Danish
Parliament; former Minister for Climate and Energy and Gender Equality; former Prorector,
University of Copenhagen; Member of the EU Reflection Group on the Future of Europe (Horizon
2020-2030), Copenhagen
*Michael Fuchs, Member of the German Bundestag, Berlin; Deputy Chairman of the CDU/CSU
Parliamentary Group; former President, National Federation of German Wholesale & Foreign Trade;
European Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
Cristina Garmendia, Chairwoman, Cotec Foundation, Madrid; Chairwoman, SYGNIS (Spain- Germany);
former Spanish Minister of Science and Innovation, Madrid
*Antonio Garrigues Walker, Chairman, Garrigues Abogados y Asesores Tributarios, Madrid


Clara Gaymard, President and Chief Executive Officer, GE France, Paris; City Initiative Leader for
GE International
Esther Giménez-Salinas, former Rector, Ramon Llull University; Professor of Criminal Law, ESADE Law
School, Ramon Llull University, Barcelone
Patrizia Grieco, Chairman, Enel, Rome
Elisabeth Guigou, Member of the French National Assembly and Chair of the Foreign Affairs
Committee; former Minister for European Affairs, Paris
Yoram Gutgeld, Member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies; Economic and Public Finance Advisor to
the Italian Prime Minister; Government spending review Commissioner, Rome
Herbjørn Hansson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Nordic American Tankers, Oslo
Marijan Hanžeković, Lawyer, Law Firm Hanžeković & Partners Ltd., Zagreb
Tahir Hasanović, Executive Director, East West Bridge, Belgrade
Simon Henry, Chief Financial Officer, Royal Dutch Shell, London
*Nigel Higgins, Chief Executive, The Rothschild Group, London
Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, former Secretary General of NATO and Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, The
Hague
Satu Huber, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Elo Mutual Pension Insurance Company, Helsinki
Michael Inacker, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, WMP EuroCom, Berlin
*Mugur Isarescu, Governor, National Bank of Romania, Bucharest; former Prime Minister
Wolfgang Ischinger, Ambassador, Chairman, Munich Security Conference; former Global Head Public
Policy and Economic Research, Allianz SE, Munich; former European Member of the Troïka on the
Kosovo Status Determination; former German Deputy Foreign Minister and former German Ambassador to
the United States and to the United Kingdom
Lady Barbara Judge, Chairman, UK Pension Protection Fund, London; National Chair, UK Institute of
Directors; former Chairman, UKAEA (United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority); former US Securities
Exchange Commissioner
Joe Kaeser, President and Chief Executive Officer, Siemens AG, Munich
*Lord Kerr of Kinlochard, Member of the House of Lords, London; Deputy Chairman, Scottish Power
(Iberdrola); former Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell; former British Ambassador to the United
States; former Secretary General, European Convention
Wolfgang Kirsch, Chief Executive Officer, DZ Bank, Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank,
Frankfurt-am-Main
Lauri Kivinen, Chief Executive Officer, Yle, the Finnish Public Service Broadcasting Company,
Helsinki
Klaas Knot, President, Dutch Central Bank, Amsterdam
*Jovan Kovačić, President, East West Bridge; Chief Executive Officer, GCA Global Communications
Associates Ltd; Senior Partner, Kovacic & Spaic; Reuters Correspondent; former Advisor to the
Serbian Government, Belgrade
Arpad Kovacs, Chairman, Fiscal Council of Hungary; Professor, Szeged University; former President,
State Audit Office of Hungary, Budapest
Gabor Kovacs, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bankar Holding; Founder, KOGART (the Kovacs
Gabor Art Foundation), Budapest
Jerzy Kozminski, President and Chief Executive Officer, Polish-American Freedom Foundation; former
Ambassador to the United States; former First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw
*Ján Kubiš, former Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Afghanistan and Head of
the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), Kabul; former Executive Secretary, UN
Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), Geneva; former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Slovak Republic
Jiri Kunert, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, UniCredit Bank Czech Republic; President of the
Czech Association of Banks, Prague
Ulysses Kyriacopoulos, Chairman, S&B Industrial Minerals; Member of the Board, Imerys; former
Chairman, Federation of Greek Industries, Athens
*Kurt Lauk, former Member of the European Parliament (EPP Group-CDU); Chairman, Globe Capital
Partners, Stuttgart; President, Economic Council of the CDU Party, Berlin; former Member of the
Board, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart
*Eli Leenaars, Vice-Chairman Wealth Management, UBS AG, Zürich, Switzerland; former Member of the
Executive Board, ING Group NV and ING Bank NV, Amsterdam
*Jean Lemierre, Chairman, BNP Paribas, Paris; former President of the European Bank for
Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
Frédéric Lemoine, Chairman of the Board, Wendel Group, Paris
Enrico Letta, Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), Sciences Po, Paris; Founder
of the Scuola di Politiche in Italy; former Prime Minister of Italy
*Thomas Leysen, Chairman, KBC Group; Chairman of the Board, Umicore, Brussels
*Bo Lidegaard, Executive Editor-in-Chief, Politiken, Copenhagen
Erkki Liikanen, Chairman of the Board, Bank of Finland, Helsinki; former Finnish Minister of
Finance; former European Commissioner
Rachel Lomax, Director, HSBC; Director, BAA; former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, London
*Franjo Luković, former Chairman of the Management Board, Zagrebačka banka - UniCredit Group;
President of the Supervisory Board, EPH, Zagreb
Monica Maggioni, President, Rai, Rome
Miroslav Majoroš, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer, Slovak Telekom;
Chief Executive Officer, T-Com T-Mobil (Deutsche Telekom), Bratislava
Lord Mandelson, Member of the House of Lords; Chairman, Global Counsel; Senior Advisor, Lazard;
former European Trade Commissioner; former First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for
Business, Innovation and Skills in the UK; former Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and
Former Trade and Industry Secretary in the UK
Hervé Mariton, Member of the French National Assembly; former Minister for Overseas Territories,
Paris
Abel Matutes, Chairman, Empresas Matutes Group, Ibiza; former Member of the European Commission,
Brussels; former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Madrid
Carlo Messina, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Intesa Sanpaolo, Milan
David Miliband, President and Chief Executive Officer, International Rescue Committee, New York;
former Member of the British Parliament; former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth
Affairs, London
Zanny Minton Beddoes, Editor-in-Chief, The Economist, London
Peter Mitterbauer, Honorary President, The Federation of Austrian Industry, Vienna; President and
Chief Executive Officer, Miba, Laakirchen
Andrea Moltrasio, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, UBI Banca, Bergamo
Dominique Moïsi, Special Advisor to the Director General of the French Institute for International
Relations (IFRI), Paris
*Mario Monti, Member of the Italian Senate; President, Bocconi University, Milan; former President
of the Council of Ministers, Italy; former Member of the European Commission (Competition Policy
and Internal Market); Honorary President, BRUEGEL, Brussels; Honorary European Chairman, Trilateral
Commission
Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Chairman, Hermes EOS, London; former Chairman Royal Dutch/Shell Group and
Anglo American; Vice Chairman, United Nations Global Compact Board
Klaus-Peter Müller, Chairman of the Board, Commerzbank, Frankfurt-am-Main; former CEO, Commerzbank,
Frankfurt-am-Main; former President, Association of German Banks (BDB), Berlin
Aleksandar Nikolić, State Secretary and Deputy Minister, Ministry of Interior of the Republic of
Serbia, Belgrade
Ewald Nowotny, Governor of the Austrian National Bank; former Chief Executive Officer, BAWAG
P.S.K., Vienna
Denis O’Brien, Chairman, Digicel; Founder, Communicorp Group, Dublin
Arend Oetker, President, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP); Vice Chairman, Federation of
German Industries; Managing Director, Dr. Arend Oetker Holding, Berlin
*Andrzej Olechowski, Chairman, Supervisory Board, Bank Handlowy; Professor, Vistula University;
former Minister of Foreign Affairs and of Finance, Warsaw
Lucas Papademos, Visiting Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
University; former Prime Minister of Greece; former Vice-President of the European Central Bank;
former Governor of the Bank of Greece, Athens
Alexandra Papalexopoulou, Group Strategic Planning Director, Titan Cement Company, Athens
Volker Perthes, Executive Chairman and Director, German Institute for International and Security
Affairs, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), Berlin
Joachim Pfeiffer, Member of the German Bundestag and spokesperson for economic policy of the
CDU/CSU party, Berlin
*Ursula Plassnik, Ambassador of Austria to France; former Member of the Austrian Parliament; U.N.
Special Envoy for International Women Issues; former Federal Minister for European and
International Affairs, Vienna
Ignacio Polanco, Chairman, Grupo Prisa including El Pais and Timon, Madrid
Borja Prado, Chairman, Endesa; Chairman, Mediobanca Spain for Iberia and South-America, Madrid
Rasvan Radu, Chief Executive Officer, UniCredit Tiriac Bank, Bucharest
Wanda Rapaczynski, Advisor to the Supervisory Board and former President of the Management Board,
Agora, Warsaw
Heinz Riesenhuber, Member of the German Bundestag/Father of the House; former Federal Minister of
Research and Technology, Berlin; Vice Chairman, Board of Directors HBM Healthcare Investments Ltd.,
Switzerland
Gianfelice Rocca, Chairman, Techint Group of Companies, Milan
Fernando Rodés Vilà, Vice Chairman, Havas, Barcelona
Lars Rohde, Governor by Royal Appointment, Chairman of the Board of Governors, National Bank of
Denmark, Copenhagen
Marcello Sala, Executive Vice Chairman of the Management Board, Intesa Sanpaolo Group, Milan
*Ferdinando Salleo, former Italian Ambassador to the United States
Michael Schaefer, Chairman of the Board, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, Berlin; former German
Ambassador to China
Magnus Schöldtz, Senior Advisor, Wallenberg Foundations AB; former Swedish Ambassador, Stockholm
Karel Schwarzenberg, Member of the Czech Senate; former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of
Foreign Affairs; Founder and Director, Nadace Bohemiae, Prague; former Chancellor to President
Havel
*Carlo Secchi, Professor Emeritus of European Economic Policy and former Rector, Bocconi
University; Vice President, ISPI, Milan; former Member of the Italian Senate and of the European
Parliament
Maurizio Sella, Chairman, Gruppo Banca Sella, Biella; former Chairman, Association of Italian Banks
(A.B.I.), Rome
Tomasz Sielicki , Chairman, Sygnity, Warsaw
Slawomir S. Sikora, Chief Executive Officer and Citigroup Country Officer for Poland, Bank Handlowy
w Warszawie, Warsaw
Kristin Skogen Lund, Director General, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (NHO), Oslo
Sir Martin Sorrell, Chief Executive Officer, WPP Group, London
Ivan Šramko, Advisor for the CEE & SEE Regions, Intesa Sanpaolo Group; former Governor of the
National Bank of Slovakia, Bratislava
Rory Stewart, Member of the British Parliament, Chairman of the Defence Select Committee, London;
former Ryan Family Professor of Human Rights, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
István Stumpf, Justice, The Constitutional Court of Hungary; former Deputy Prime Minister, Budapest
*György Surányi, Professor of Finance, Corvinus University, Budapest; former Regional Head of
Central Eastern Europe, Intesa Sanpaolo Group; former Chairman, Central European International Bank
(CIB); former President of the National Bank of Hungary
*Peter Sutherland, former Chairman, Goldman Sachs International; Chairman of the London School of
Economics; UN Special Representative for Migration and Development; former Chairman, BP


p.l.c.; former Director General, GATT/WTO; former Member of the European Commission; former
Attorney General of Ireland; Honorary European Chairman, Trilateral Commission
João Talone, Senior and Founder Partner, Magnum Industrial Partners, Lisbon
Mihai Tanasescu, Vice-President and Member of the Management Committee, European Investment Bank,
Luxembourg; former Senior Adviser and Member of the Executive Board, International Monetary Fund
(IMF); former Minister of Public Finance of Romania, Bucharest
Emil Tedeschi, President and Chief Executive Officer, Atlantic Grupa, Zagreb
Andreas Treichl, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Erste Group Bank AG, Vienna
*Jean-Claude Trichet, Chairman, Group of Thirty; Chairman, BRUEGEL Institute; Honorary Governor,
Banque de France; former President of the European Central Bank; European Chairman, Trilateral
Commission, Paris
Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pirelli & C., Milan; Deputy
Chairman, Confindustria, Rome; former Chairman, Telecom Italia
Jens Ulltveit-Moe, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, UMOE Group; former President, Federation of
Norwegian Industry; former President, Norwegian Shipowners Federation, Oslo
Herman Van Rompuy, Honorary President of the European Council; former Prime Minister of Belgium,
Brussels
*Raivo Vare, Owner, Live Nature Eesti OÜ; Member of the President’s Academic Advisory Board;
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Estonian Railways Ltd.; former Chairman of the Council of the
Parliament’s Development Fund, former Minister of State and former Minister of Transport and
Communication, Tallinn
*George Vassiliou, former Head of the Negotiating Team for the Accession of Cyprus to the European
Union; former President of the Republic of Cyprus; former Member of Parliament and Leader of United
Democrats, Nicosia
Vesa Vihriälä, Managing Director, The Research Institute of the Finnish Economy (ETLA) & Finnish
Business and Policy Forum (EVA), Helsinki
Giuseppe Vita, Chairman, UniCredit, Milan
Antonio Vitorino, President, Notre Europe-Jacques Delors Institute, Paris; former Member of the
European Commission and of the European Parliament; former Member of the Portuguese Government,
Lisbon
*Marko Voljč, Partner, Dr. Pendl & Dr. Piswanger d.o.o., Ljubljana; former Adviser Special Credits,
KBC Group, Brussels; former Chief Executive Officer, Nova Ljubljanska Banka, Ljubljana
Christian Vollmann, First Business Angel & Head of Sales, ResearchGate; co-Founder, eDarling,
Berlin
*Panagis Vourloumis, Senior Adviser, N.M. Rothschild; former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
Hellenic Telecommunications Organization (O.T.E.), Athens
Peter Wallenberg Jr., Chairman, Wallenberg Foundations AB, Stockholm
Heinrich Weiss, Chief Executive Officer, SMS Group, Düsseldorf; former Chairman, German- Russian
Chamber of Commerce; former Chairman, German-Chinese Business Council; former Chairman, Economic
Advisory Council of the CDU-Party
Hans Wijers, Vice Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell; Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Heineken,
Amsterdam; non-Executive Director, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), London; former Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer, Akzo Nobel; former Dutch Minister for Economic Affairs; former Senior Partner,
BCG
Matthias Wissmann, President, The German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), Berlin;
former Member of German Bundestag; former Federal Minister
Emilio Ybarra, former Chairman, Banco Bilbao-Vizcaya, Madrid

DAVID ROCKEFELLER FELLOWS
Pinar Abay, Chief Executive Officer and Board Member, ING Bank Turkey, Istanbul
Katinka Barysch, Director of Political Relations, Allianz SE, Munich
Jonathan Holslag, Professor of International Politics, Free University of Brussels, Brussels
Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, Senior Transatlantic Fellow and Director of The German Marshall Fund’s
Paris Office; Head GMF Transatlantic Security Task Force
Till Hoppe, Foreign and Defence Policy Correspondent, Handelsblatt, Berlin
Lia Quartapelle, Member of Parliament, Rome
Manuel Muñiz, Chairman of the Consilium, Altius Society, Christ Church College, Oxford University
Žiga Vavpotič, Chairman, Ypsilon Institute, Ljubljana
Former Members in Public Service
Kolinda Grabar Kitarović, President of the Republic of Croatia, Zagreb; former Assistant Secretary
General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) for Public Diplomacy, Brussels; former
Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia to the United States; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and
European Integration of the Republic of Croatia
Federica Guidi, Minister of Economic Development, Rome
Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia, Tallinn
Lord Maude of Horsham, Member of the House of Lords, Minister of State for Trade and Investment,
London
Elsbeth Tronstad, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway
Margrethe Vestager, Member of the European Commission (Competition), Brussels
NORTH AMERICAN GROUP
Madeleine K. Albright, Chair, Albright Stonebridge Group, Washington; former U.S Secretary of State
Bertrand-Marc Allen, President, Boeing International; Senior Vice President, Boeing Company,
Arlington
Louise Arbour, Counsel, Borden Ladner Gervais, Montréal; former UN High Commissioner for Human
Rights
Dominic Barton, Worldwide Managing Director, McKinsey & Company, London
Alan R. Batkin, Chairman, Converse Associates, Inc.; former Vice Chairman, Eton Park Capital
Management; former Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc., New York
*C. Fred Bergsten, Senior Fellow and Director Emeritus, Peterson Institute for International
Economics, Washington; former U.S. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs
*Catherine Bertini, Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs, Maxwell School of
Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University; Senior Fellow, Agricultural Development, The
Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Adm. Dennis B. Blair (ret.), Chairman, Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Washington; former U.S. Director
of National Intelligence; former Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Command Herminio Blanco Mendoza,
Founder, IQOM, Chairman, IBERDROLA Mexico, Mexico City;
former Chief NAFTA Negotiator and Secretary of Trade and Industry of Mexico
Michael Bloomberg, Founder and CEO, Bloomberg LP, NewYork; fomer Mayor of New York
Esther Brimmer, J.B. and Maurice Shapiro Professor of International Affairs, Elliott School of
International Affairs, George Washington University, Washington
David Brooks, Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times, Washington
Gord Brown, Member the House of Commons, Ottawa
Harold Brown, Counselor and Trustee, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington;
former General Partner, Warburg Pincus & Company; former U.S. Secretary of Defense
Kurt M. Campbell, Chairman and Chief Executive, The Asian Group, Washington; Member of the Board,
Center for a New American Security; former Assistant U.S. Secretary for East Asian and Pacific
Affairs
Wendy J. Chamberlin, President, Middle East Institute, Washington; former U.S. Ambassador to
Pakistan
Jean Charest, Former Premier of Québec; former Deputy Prime Minister of Canada, Montréal
Michael Chertoff, Chairman and Co-Founder, The Chertoff Group, former Secretary of Homeland
Security; Former Judge, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; Former Assistant
Attorney General, Criminal Division, Washington
Raymond Chrétien, Partner and Strategic Advisor, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, Montréal; Chairman
of the Board of Directors of the Montréal Council on Foreign Relations (MCFR); former Associate
Under Secretary of State of External Affairs; former Ambassador to the Congo, Belgium, Mexico, the
United States, and France
William T. Coleman III, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Resilient Network Systems; Partner,
Alsop Louie Partners, San Francisco
William T. Coleman, Jr., Senior Partner and the Senior Counselor, O’Melveny & Myers, Washington;
former U.S. Secretary of Transportation; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission
Timothy Collins, Chief Executive Officer and Senior Managing Director, Ripplewood Holdings, New
York
Richard N. Cooper, Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard University,
Cambridge; former Chairman, National Intelligence Council; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for
Economic Affairs
E. Gerald Corrigan, Managing Director, Goldman, Sachs & Co., New York; former President, Federal
Reserve Bank of New York
David M. Cote, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Honeywell International Inc., Morristown, NJ
Lee Cullum, Contributing Columnist, Dallas Morning News; Radio and Television Commentator, Dallas,
TX
Mitch Daniels, President, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; Former Governor of Indiana
Arthur A. DeFehr, Chief Executive Officer, Palliser Furniture, Winnipeg, MB
Luis de la Calle, Managing Director and Founding Partner, De la Calle, Madrazo, Mancera, S.C.
(CMM), Mexico City; former Undersecretary for International Trade Negotiations
André Desmarais, President and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Power Corporation of Canada, Montréal;
Deputy Chairman, Power Financial Corporation
John M. Deutch, Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge; former
Director of Central Intelligence; former Deputy Secretary of Defense, former Undersecretary of
Energy
Paula J. Dobriansky, Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F.
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge; Chair, National Board of Directors,
World Affairs Councils of America; former Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs
Wendy Dobson, Professor and Co-Director, Institute for International Business, Rotman School of
Management, University of Toronto, Toronto; former Canadian Associate Deputy Minister of Finance
Thomas Donilon, Partner and Vice Chair, O'Melveny & Myers LLP, Washington; Non-resident
Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University; former
U.S. National Security Advisor
*Kenneth M. Duberstein, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Duberstein Group, Washington;
former Chief of Staff to President Ronald Reagan
Michael Duffy, Executive Editor, TIME Magazine, Washington
Clark K. Ervin, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs LLP, Washington; Director, Homeland Security Program,
The Aspen Institute
Martin S. Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University, Cambridge;
President Emeritus, National Bureau of Economic Research; former Chairman, U.S. President’s Council
of Economic Advisors
Richard W. Fisher, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Dallas;
former U.S. Deputy Trade Representative
Michèle Flournoy, Senior Advisor, Boston Conslting Group,  Bethesda, MD; Senior Fellow, Belfer
Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
University, Cambridge; former U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
Julio Frenk, President, University of Miami
*David R. Gergen, Professor of Public Service and Director of the Center for Public Leadership,
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge; CNN Senior Political Analyst
Gordon Giffin, Partner, McKenna Long & Aldridge, Atlanta; former U.S. Ambassador to Canada
Peter C. Godsoe, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Bank of Nova Scotia, Toronto
Donald J. Gogel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Clayton Dubilier and Rice, New York
Austan Goolsbee, Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business;
former Chairman, U.S. President Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers
Jamie S. Gorelick, Partner, WilmerHale, Washington; former Deputy Attorney General; former General
Counsel, Department of Defense
Bill Graham, former Member, House of Commons; former Minister of Foreign Affairs and former
Minister of Defence, Ottawa; Chancellor, Trinity College, University of Toronto
Donald Graham, Chairman and CEO of Graham Holdings Company, former owner of The Washington Post
Company, Washington
Richard N. Haass, President, Council on Foreign Relations, New York; former Director, Policy
Planning, U. S. Department of State; former Director of Foreign Policy Studies, The Brookings
Institution
*John J. Hamre, President and Chief Executive Officer, Center for Strategic and International
Studies, Washington; former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense and Under Secretary of Defense
(Comptroller)
*Jane Harman, Director, President, and CEO, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars,
Washington; former Member (D-CA), U.S. House of Representatives
Linda Hasenfratz, President and CEO, Linamar Corporation, Ontario
Carlos Heredia, Associate Professor, Department of International Studies, Center for Research and
Teaching in Economics (CIDE),Mexico City; Coordinator, Program for the Study of the United States,
CIDE
John B. Hess, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Hess Corporation, New York
*Carla A. Hills, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hills & Company, International Consultants,
Washington; former U.S. Trade Representative; former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban
Development
*Karen Elliott House, Journalist, Princeton; Adjunct Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and
International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge; former
Senior Vice President, Dow Jones & Company, and former Publisher, The Wall Street Journal
Jon Huntsman, Jr., Chairman, Atlantic Council; Chairman, Atlantic Council International Advisory
Board, Washington, Chairman of the Huntsman Cancer Institute, Washington, DC
David Ignatius, Columnist, The Washington Post, Washington
Walter Isaacson, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Aspen Institute, Washington
Merit E. Janow, Dean, School of International and Public Affairs, and Professor of Practice,
International Economic Law and International Affairs, Columbia University; former Member, Appellate
Body from North America, World Trade Organization
Reuben Jeffery III, Chief Executive Officer, Rockefeller Financial, New York; former Under
Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Agricultural Affairs; and former Chair, Commodity
Futures Trading Commission
Janis Johnson, Member of Senate of Canada, Ottawa
Kenneth I. Juster, Partner and Managing Director, Warburg Pincus, New York; former U.S. Under
Secretary of Commerce for Industry and Security; former Counselor (Acting) of the U.S. Department
of State
Lewis Kaden, Former Vice Chairman, Citigroup; Chairman, Markle Foundation Board of Directors, New
York
Juliette Kayyem, Lecturer in Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
University, Cambridge; Former Columnist, Boston Globe
Robert P. (Bob) Kelly, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BNY Mellon, New York
Colin Kenny, Member, Senate of Canada, Ottawa; former Special Assistant, Director of Operations,
and Assistant Principal Secretary to the Rt. Hon. P. E. Trudeau; Member, Special Senate Committee
on Terrorism and Security and Special Joint Committee on Canadian Defence Policy
Henry A. Kissinger, Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc., New York; former U.S. Secretary of State;
former U.S. Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs; Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral
Commission
Steven E. Koonin, Director, Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP), New York University,
Brooklyn; former Under Secretary of Energy for Science
Fred Langhammer, Chairman, Global Affairs, The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc., New York
Monique Leroux, Chair of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, Desjardins Group,
Montréal
Marne Levine, Chief Operating Officer, Instagram, Menlo Park
Santiago Levy, Vice President for Sectors and Knowledge, Inter-American Development Bank,
Washington
Andrew N. Liveris, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland
Winston Lord, Chairman Emeritus and former Co-Chairman of the Board, International Rescue
Committee, New York; former President, Council on Foreign Relations; former U.S. Assistant
Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to China
Linda Koch Lorimer, Senior Counselor to the President and Provost of Yale University, New Haven
*Roy MacLaren, former Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom; former Canadian Minister of
International Trade; Toronto
Antonio Madero, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, SANLUIS Corporación, Mexico City
*John Manley, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Canadian Council of Chief Executives
(CCCE), Ottawa; former Counsel, McCarthy Tétrault LLP; former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of
Finance
David H. McCormick, President, Bridgewater Associates, Westport; former Under Secretary for
International Affairs, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Judith A. McHale, President and Chief Executive Officer, Cane Investments, LLC, Hastings on Hudson,
NY; former U.S. Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs; former President
and Chief Executive Officer, Discovery Communications
Thomas F. McLarty, III, President, McLarty Asssociates, Washington; former Chief of Staff to the
President
Jami Miscik, President and Vice Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc., New York; former Deputy
Director for Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency
Andrea Mitchell, Journalist, MSNBC, Washington
Adm. Michael Mullen (ret.), CEO, MGM Consulting, Annapolis; former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff
Heather Munroe-Blum, Chair of the Board, Canada Pension Investment Fund; Principal Emerita and
Professor, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montréal
Lori Esposito Murray, Distinguished Chair for National Security, U.S. Naval Academy; former
President & Chief Executive Officer, World Affairs Councils of America; former Special Advisor to
the President on the Chemical Weapons Convention; former Assistant Director, U.S. Arms Control &
Disarmament Agency
*Joseph S. Nye, Jr., University Distinguished Service Professor and former Dean, John F. Kennedy
School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge; former Chair, National Intelligence Council
and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs;  North American
Chairman, Trilateral Commission
Peter R. Orszag, Vice Chairman, Global Banking, Citi Institutional Clients Group, New York; former
Director, U.S. Office of Management and Budget
*Meghan L. O’Sullivan, Evron and Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor of the Practice of International
Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge; former Special
Assistant to President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Iraq and Afghanistan



Thomas R. Pickering, Vice Chair, Hills & Company, Washington; former Under Secretary of State for
Political Affairs; former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation, India, Israel, El Salvador,
Nigeria, Jordan, and the United Nations; former Senior Vice President, International Relations, the
Boeing Company
*Adam S. Posen, President, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington
Dina Habib Powell, Head of Goldman Sachs Bank USA’s Urban Investment Group (UIG); Global Head,
Office of Corporate Engagement, and President, Goldman Sachs Foundation, New York; former Assistant
Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs
John A. Quelch, Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business
School; Professor in Health Policy and Management, School of Public Health, Harvard University,
Cambridge
Carmen Reinhart, Minos A. Zombanakis Professor of the International Financial System, John F.
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge; former Dennis Weatherstone Senior
Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington
David Rockefeller, Founder, Honorary Chairman, and Lifetime Trustee, Trilateral Commission, New
York
Cecilia Rouse,  Dean, Woodrow Willson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton
University, Princeton, NJ
Andrés Rozental, former Mexican Deputy Foreign Minister; Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy,
Latin America Initiative, Brookings Institution, Mexico City
David M. Rubenstein, Co-founder and Managing Director, The Carlyle Group, Washington
*Luis Rubio, President, Center for Research Development (CIDAC), Mexico City Mary L. Schapiro, Vice
Chairman, Advisory Board, Promontory Financial Group Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google,
Mountain View, CA
Susan Schwab, Professor of Public Policy, University of Maryland, College Park, and Strategic
Advisor, Mayer Brown, LLP; former U.S. Trade Representative
Gerald Seib, Washington Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal, Washington
Jaime Serra, Chairman, SAI Law and Economics; Founder, Aklara, the Arbitration Center of Mexico,
and the NAFTA Fund of Mexico, Mexico City; Deputy Chairman, North American Trilateral Commission
Rajiv Shah, Distinguished Fellow in Residence, Edward A. Walsh School of Foreign Service,
Georgetown University, Washington
Susan Shirk, Chair, 21st Century China Program, and Ho Miu Lam Professor of China and Pacific
Relations, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (IR/PS), University of California
San Diego; Director Emeritus, University of California, Institute on Global Conflict and
Cooperation (IGCC), and Chair of the IGCC International Advisory Board
Jeffrey Simpson, National Affairs Columnist, The Globe and Mail, Toronto
Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO, New America Foundation, Bert G. Kerstetter '66 University
Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of
Public and International Affairs, Princeton; former Director, Policy Planning, U. S. Department of
State
Olympia Snowe, Former U.S. Senator; Senior Fellow, Bipartisan Policy Center, Portland, Maine
Donald R. Sobey, Chairman Emeritus, Empire Company Limited, Stellarton
Nancy Southern, President and Chief Executive Officer, ATCO Ltd. and Canadian Utilities Limited,
Calgary
Ronald D. Southern, Founder, ATCO Group, Calgary
James Stavridis, Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired), The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts
University
*James B. Steinberg, Dean, Maxwell School, and University Professor of Social Science,
International Affairs and Law, Syracuse University, Syracuse; former Deputy Secretary of State,
former Deputy National Security Advisor
Lawrence H. Summers, Charles W. Eliot University Professor, John F. Kennedy School of Government,
and former President, Harvard University, Cambridge; fomer Director, National Economic Council;
former Secretary of the Treasury
Strobe Talbott, President, The Brookings Institution, Washington
Carole Taylor, Chancellor Emeritus, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver; former Minister of Finance,
British Columbia; former Chair, CBC/Radio-Canada; former Chair, Canada Ports; public affairs
broadcaster
Luis Téllez Kuenzler, Former Chairman of the Board, Mexican Stock Exchange, Mexico City; former
Secretary of Communications and Transportation of Mexico
Frances Fragos Townsend, Senior Vice President, MacAndrews and Forbes Holdings, Inc., New York; CNN
National Security Contributor; former Assistant to President George W. Bush for Homeland Security
and Counterterrorism and Chair, Homeland Security Council
Ann M. Veneman, former Executive Director, UNICEF; former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture; New York
Melanne Verveer, Executive Director, Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, Georgetown
University, Washington
Guillermo F. Vogel, Director and Vice President of the Board, Tenaris, Mexico City
*Paul A. Volcker, former Chairman, President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board; former Chairman,
Wolfensohn & Co., Inc., New York; Frederick H. Schultz Professor Emeritus, International Economic
Policy, Princeton University; former Chairman, Board of Governors, U.S. Federal Reserve System;
Honorary North American Chairman and former North American Chairman, Trilateral Commission
David Walker, Founder, Former President, and Chief Executive Officer, Comeback America Initiative,
Bridgeport; former Comptroller General of the United States
R. Keith Walton, Vice President for Industry Collaboration and Special Advisor to the President,
Arizona State University, Tempe
Michael H. Wilson, Chairman, Barclays Capital Canada, Inc., Toronto; former Ambassador of Canada to
the United States; former Chairman, UBS Canada
John D. Wren, President and Chief Executive Officer, Omnicom Group, Inc., New York
Daniel H. Yergin, Vice Chairman, IHS; Founder, IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates,
Cambridge
Mortimer B. Zuckerman, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, U.S. News & World Report, and Publisher, New
York Daily News, New York; Co-Founder, Chairman of the Board, and Chief Executive Officer, Boston
Properties Inc.
DAVID ROCKEFELLER FELLOWS
Matan Chorev, Chief of Staff, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Elbridge Colby, Robert M. Gates Senior Fellow, Center for a New American Security (CNAS),
Washington
Gabriella Enrigue, Founder, Prospera
Dionisio Garza Sada, Co-Founder, Grupo Topaz, Monterrey
Andrew Klaber, Investment Analyst, Paulson & Company
Lisa Eakman Moon, Vice President, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Chicago
Mira Rapp-Hooper, Fellow, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Jean-Francois Seguin, Attorney, Corporate & Equity Capital Markets, Clifford Chance LLP, Riyadh
Matthew Thomas, Managing Director, Prospect Madison
Alex Wong, Attorney, Covington & Burling LLP, Washington
Former Members in Public Service
Lael Brainard, Under Secretary for International Affairs, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Secretary of Health and Human Services, Washington
Ashton Carter, Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Academy of Diplomacy,
Cambridge; former U.S. Deputy Security of Defense; former Chair, International and Global Affairs
faculty, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Stanley Fischer, Vice Chairman, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, New York Kristin J. Forbes,
Member, Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England Michael B. G. Froman, U.S. Trade Representative
Lourdes Melgar Palacios, Mexican Undersecretary of Electricity
Susan E. Rice, National Security Advisor to the President The White House




ASIA PACIFIC GROUP
Chinese and Korean names are shown with surname first.
Teruo Asada, Chairman of the Board, Marubeni Corporation, Tokyo
Bark Taeho, Professor and former Dean, Graduate School of International studies, Seoul National
University, Seoul; former Trade Minister of Korea; former Chairman, International Trade Commission
of Korea
*Chen Naiqing, Vice President of the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs, Beijing
Fujio Cho, Honorary Chairman, Toyota Motor Corporation, Aichi
Cho Suck-Rai, Chairman and CEO, Hyosung Group, Seoul
Edgar Chua, Country Chairman of Shell Companies in Philippines, Manila
Chung Mong-Joon, Chairman, The Asan Foundation, Seoul; Former Member, Korean National Assembly
Cesar Consing, President of the Bank of the Philippines Islands (BPI), Manila
*Tarun Das, Founder Trustee, Ananta Aspen Centre, New Delhi
*Barry Desker, Distinguishes Fellow, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang
Technological University (NTU), Singapore
Takuya Fujii, President & CEO, Promontry Financial Group Global Services Japan, LLC., Tokyo
Yoshiaki Fujimori, President and CEO, LIXIL Group Corporation, Tokyo
Ichiro Fujisaki, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Sophia University., Tokyo; Guest Professor,
Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University; President of America- Japan
Society; former Japanese Ambassador to the United States
Yoichi Funabashi, Chairman, Rebuild Japan Initiative Foundation; former Editor-in-Chief, The Asahi
Shimbun, Tokyo
R. Quentin Grafton, Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU; Chairholder, UNESCO Chair in
Water Economics and Transboundary Water Governance; Director, FE2W Network; Editor-in-Chirf, Policy
Forum.net
Allan Gyngell, Convenor, Coombs Forum; Director, Crawford Australian Leadership Forum
*Toyoo Gyohten, President, Institute for International Monetary Affairs; Senior Advisor, The Bank
of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd., Tokyo
Hahm Chaibong, President, The Asan Institute for Policy Studies, Seoul
*Han Sung-Joo, Chairman, The International Policy Studies Institute of Korea (IPSIKOR), Seoul;
Professor Emeritus, Korea University; former Korean Minister of Foreign Affairs; former Korean
Ambassador to the United States
*Yasuchika Hasegawa, Chairman of the Board, Takeda Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.;  former Chairman,
Japan Association of Corporate Executives (Keizai Doyukai), Tokyo; Asia Pacific Chairman,
Trilateral Commission
*John R. Hewson, Professor, Crawford School, ANU; Chairman, Asset Owner’s Disclosure Project;
former Leader, Federal Opposition, Australia
Nobuyuki Hirano, President, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd., Tokyo
*Hong Seok-Hyun, Chairman and CEO, Joong Ang Media Network (JMnet), Seoul; former Korean Ambassador
to the United States; Asia Pacific Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
Akinari Horii, Special Advisor and Member of the Board of Directors, The Canon Institute for
Global Studies, Tokyo; Asia Pacific Treasurer, Trilateral Commission
Hyun Hong-Choo, Senior Partner, Kim & Chang, Seoul; former Korean Ambassador to the United Nations
and to the United States
Noriyuki Inoue, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Daikin Industries, Ltd., Osaka
Jung Ku-hyun, President, The Seoul Forum for International Affairs, Seoul
Bilahari Kausikan, Former Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore
Yuko Kawamoto, Professor, Graduate School of Finance, Accounting & Law, Waseda University, Tokyo
Kim Kihwan, Chair, Seoul Financial Forum, Seoul; Distinguished Visiting Research Professor, KDI
School of Public Policy and Management; former Korean Ambassador-at-Large for Economic Affairs
Eizo Kobayashi, Chairman, ITOCHU Corporation, Tokyo
Izumi Kobayashi, Member of the Board of Directors, ANA Holdings Inc., Tokyo
Yoshimitsu Kobayashi, President & CEO, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation, Tokyo
Akira Kojima, Chairman, World Trade Center Tokyo, Inc; Senior Fellow, Japan Center for Economic
Research ( JCER )
Tom Kompas, Professor and Director, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU; Director, Australian
Centre for Biosecurity and Environmental Economics (ACBEE); Editor-in-Chief, Asia and the Pacific
Policy Journal
Kenji Kosaka, Member of the House of Councillors, Tokyo; former Minister of Education, Culture,
Sports, Science and Technology
Takeshi Kunibe, President, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Cooperation, Tokyo
Laurence Lau, Ralph and Claire Landau Professor of Economics and former Vice- Chancellor/President,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Lee Hong-Koo, Chairman of the Board, Seoul Forum for International Affairs, Seoul; former Korean
Prime Minister; former Korean Ambassador to the United Kingdom and the United States
Lee Jay Y.., Vice Chairman, Samsung Electronics, Seoul
Lee Shin-wha, Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Korea
University, Seoul
Lee Sook-Jong, President, East Asia Institute; Professor, Graduate School of Governance,
SungKyungKwan University
Li Zhaoxing, Former Foreign Minister of RPC, Beijing
Lu Shumin, Executive Vice President of the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs, Beijing
*Minoru Makihara, Senior Corporate Advisor, Mitsubishi Corporation, Tokyo
Yuzaburo Mogi, Honorary CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors, Kikkoman Corporation, Tokyo
Mike Moore, New Zealand Ambassador to US; former Director-General, World Trade Organization,
Geneva; former Prime Minister of New Zealand
Satoru Murase, Partner, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LL, New York/Tokyo
Na Kyung-Won, Member, Korean National Assembly, Seoul
Philip Ng, Chief Executive Officer, Far East Organization, Singapore
Takeshi Niinami, President, Member of the Board, Representative Director, Suntory Holdings
Limited., Tokyo
Masashi Nishihara, President, Research Institute for Peace and Security, Tokyo
*Roberto F. de Ocampo, Chairman, Board of Advisors, RFO Center for Public Finance & Regional
Economic Cooperation, Manila; former Philippine Secretary of Finance
Sadako Ogata, Special Advisor to the President, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA),
Tokyo; former United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees; Honorary Asia Pacific group member
*Akio Okawara, President, Japan Center for International Exchange., Tokyo
Yoshio Okawara, Special Advisor, Institute for International Policy Studies (IIPS), Tokyo; former
Japanese Ambassador to the United States; Honorary Asia Pacific group member
Kazuo Omori, Chairman, Sumitomo Corporation
*Ryu Jin Roy, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Poongsan Corp., Seoul
15
Ruan Zongze, Vice President of China Institute of International Studies, Beijing
Sakong Il, Chairman & CEO, Institute for Global Economics (IGE), Seoul; former Korean Minister of
Finance
Yasuhiro Sato, President and CEO, Mizuho Financial Group, Inc, Tokyo; Director, Mizuho Bank, Ltd.,
Tokyo
Masahide Shibusawa, President, Shibusawa Ei’ichi Memorial Foundation, Tokyo
Shin Dong-Bin, Chairman, Lotte Group, Seoul
Tobby Simon, President, The Synergia Foundation-Knowledge Beyond Borders, Bangalore
N.K. Singh, Former Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha and Senior member, Bhratiya Janata Party, New
Delhi
Sio Chi Wai, Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Macau Special Administrative Region
Jacob Soetoyo, Executive Director, The Gesit Companies, Jakarta
Sohn Jie-Ae, Former President, Arirang TV, Seoul
Shigemitsu Sugisaki, Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs Japan Co., Ltd., Tokyo; former Deputy Managing
Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Shuzo Sumi, Chairman of the Board, Tokio Marine Holdings, Tokyo; Chairman of the Board, Tokio
Marine&Nichido Fire Insurance Co.,Ltd
Dato’ Sri Dr. Tahir, President & CEO, Mayapada Group, Jakarta
Keizo Takemi, Member, Japanese House of Councillors; Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International
Exchange; former Vice Minister for Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan, Tokyo
Genichi Tamatsuka, President and CEO, Lawson , Inc., Tokyo
Akihiko Tanaka, Professor of Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo
Hitoshi Tanaka, Chairman, Institute for International Strategy (IIS), Japan Research Institute,
Ltd., Tokyo; Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange; former Deputy Minister for
Foreign Affairs
Naoki Tanaka, President, Center for International Public Policy Studies, Tokyo
Nobuo Tanaka, President of The Sasakawa Peace Foundation, Tokyo; former Executive Director of the
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Somkiat Tangkitvanich, President Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI)
Teh Kok Peng, Former Chairman, Axcendas Pte Ltd., Singapore
Gautam Thapar, Founder & Chairman, The Avantha Group
Kiyoshi Tsugawa, Member of the Board, Aozora Bank, Ltd., Tokyo; Auditor, International University
of Japan
Shingo Tsuji, President and CEO, Mori Building Co., Ltd.
Junichi Ujiie, Senior Advisor to the Board, Nomura Holdings, Inc., Tokyo
Shoei Utsuda, Counselor, Mitsui & Co., Ltd., Tokyo
*Jusuf Wanandi, Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Centre for Strategic and
International Studies (Indonesia), Jakarta; Asia Pacific Deputy Chairman, Trilateral Commission
Lukito Wanandi, President Director, Santini Group, Jakarta
Hiroshi Watanabe, Governor, CEO, Japan Bank of International Cooperation, Tokyo
*Tarisa Watanagase, Former Governor of the Bank of Thailand
Michael Wesley, Professor and Director, School of International, Political and Strategic Studies,
ANU
Hassan Wirajuda, Former Foreign Minister of Indonesia, Jakarta
YY Wong, Chairman and Founder, Wywy Group, Singapore
Wu Jianmin, Executive Chairman of China Institute for Innovation and Development Strategy;
Professor of China Foreign Affairs University; Member of the International Advisory Committee of
the Chinese Foreign Ministry; Member and Vice President of the European Academy of Sciences;
Honorary President of the International Bureau of Exhibitions (BIE)
Wu Xinbo, Director of the Center for American Studies and Executive Dean of the Institute of
International Studies, Fudan University, Shanghai
Taizo Yakushiji, Research Counselor, Institute for International Policy Studies, Tokyo; Visiting
Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS); Professor of Emeritus, Keio
University
Yang Wenchang, President of the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs, Beijing
Haruhiko Yoshida, Deputy President, Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd., Tokyo

DAVID ROCKEFELLER FELLOWS
Ryosuke Kobayashi, Executive Director, HLAB (Harvard Liberal Arts Beyond Borders); Senior, Harvard
University, Cambridge
Kenji Kushida, Takahashi Research Associate in Japanese Studies, Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-
Pacific Research Center, Stanford University
Hanisah Binte Abdullah Sani, PhD Student, Sociology, University of Chicago
Seo Kwanghyeon, First Secretary, Planning and Finance Division, Office of Planning and
Coordination, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Seoul
Former Members in Public Service
Yasuhisa Shiozaki, Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare; Member, Japanese House of
Representatives; former Chief Cabinet Secretary, Tokyo
Ong Keng Yong, Ambassador-at-Large, Singapore
The Trilateral Commission
The Commission was originally created in 1973 to bring together experienced leaders within the private sector to discuss issues of global concern at a time when communication and cooperation between Europe, North America, and Asia were lacking. The Commission has grown since its early days to include members from more countries in these regions, and it continues to find that study and dialogue about the pressing problems facing our planet remain ...
10 hours ago - Via Reshared Post - View -
https://plus.google.com/109479660608461349109 Searchahome.in : #Riversideresidences #wtcnoida #worldtradecenternoida  
#Riversideresidences #wtcnoida #worldtradecenternoida  
Riverside Residences Studio Apartments,World Trade Center Noida
Wtc Riverside Residences Studio Apartments, World Trade Center Noida. See Latest Construction Updates,Reviews,New Price List,Payment Plan,Get Best Deal at Searchahome.in
13 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -
https://plus.google.com/100360629730850319327 Garlic Bread (Gerard Way's lost hat) : My Chemical Romance (often abbreviated as MCR) was an American rock band from Jersey City, New Jersey...
My Chemical Romance (often abbreviated as MCR) was an American rock band from Jersey City, New Jersey, active from 2001 to 2013. For much of their career, the band consisted of lead vocalist Gerard Way, guitarists Ray Toro and Frank Iero, bassist Mikey Way, and drummer Bob Bryar. Shortly after forming, the band signed to Eyeball Records and released their debut album I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love in 2002. They signed with Reprise Records the next year and released their major label debut Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge in 2004; the album was a commercial success, and was awarded platinum status a little over a year later.[2]

The band eclipsed their previous success with their 2006 concept album, The Black Parade, which gained generally favorable reviews among music critics.[3] Their fourth studio album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, was released on November 22, 2010, to positive reviews. The band's final release was a series of singles, released over the course of five months, collected on the compilation Conventional Weapons. The band announced its break-up on March 22, 2013, one month after the final release in the Conventional Weapons series.[4] A greatest hits collection entitled May Death Never Stop You was released on March 25, 2014.[5]

Background

Early career (2001–2002)
Main article: I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love
The band was formed by frontman Gerard Way and drummer Matt Pelissier soon after the September 11 attacks. Witnessing the World Trade Center towers fall influenced Way's life to the extent that he decided to start a band.[6] Way wrote the song "Skylines and Turnstiles" to express his feelings about September 11 and shortly thereafter, Ray Toro was recruited as the band's guitarist because at the time Way could not sing and play the guitar simultaneously.[7] The name of the band was suggested by bass guitarist Mikey Way, younger brother of Gerard, who was working in a Barnes & Noble when he was struck by the title of a book by Irvine Welsh named Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance.[8] The first recording sessions were undertaken in Pelissier's attic, where the songs "Our Lady of Sorrows" and "Cubicles" were recorded. The band refers to those sessions as "The Attic Demos."[9] After hearing the demo and dropping out of college, Mikey Way decided to join the band. While with Eyeball Records, the band met Frank Iero, the lead vocalist and guitarist for Pencey Prep. Following Pencey Prep's split in 2002, Iero became a member of My Chemical Romance, just days prior to the recording of the band's debut album.[7] They recorded their debut album, I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, just three months after the formation of the band and released it in 2002 through Eyeball Records. The album was produced by Thursday frontman Geoff Rickley after the band became friends with him while playing shows in New Jersey. Iero played guitar on two of the tracks, one of which was "Early Sunsets Over Monroeville." During this time, the band was booked at the infamous venue, Big Daddy's, where they began to receive more attention.[10]

My Chemical Romance offered free downloads through PureVolume[11] and the social networking website MySpace, where they gained an initial fan base.[12]

Major label signing and Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge (2003–2006)
Main article: Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge
In 2003, the band signed a deal with Reprise Records. Following a tour with Avenged Sevenfold, the band began working on their second album, entitled Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge. Released in 2004, the album went platinum in just over a year.[10][13] The band released four singles from the album: "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)", "Thank You for the Venom", "Helena", and "The Ghost of You". After returning from a tour of Japan in July 2004, the band replaced Matt Pelissier with Bob Bryar.

At the beginning of 2005, the band was featured on the first Taste of Chaos tour, and was also the opening act for Green Day on their American Idiot tour. They then co-headlined Warped Tour 2005 with Fall Out Boy and co-headlined a tour with Alkaline Trio and Reggie and the Full Effect around the US. That same year, My Chemical Romance collaborated with The Used for a cover of the Queen and David Bowie classic, "Under Pressure", which was released as a benefit single on iTunes and other Internet outlets.

In March 2006, the album Life on the Murder Scene was released, incorporating a CD and two DVDs. It included one documentary DVD chronicling the band's history, and a second DVD with music videos, the making of their videos and live performances. An unauthorized biography DVD Things That Make You Go MMM! was also released in June 2006. The DVD does not actually feature any My Chemical Romance music clips or performances, but contains interviews with those who knew the band before much of their fame.[14] A biography titled Something Incredible This Way Comes was also released, written by Paul Stenning and published in 2006. It features information on their beginnings right through to their third album, The Black Parade.

The Black Parade (2006–2008)
Main article: The Black Parade

Announcement of The Black Parade at London Hammersmith Palais
My Chemical Romance started recording their third studio album on April 10, 2006 with Rob Cavallo, producer of many of Green Day's albums.[15][16] It was originally thought to be titled The Rise and Fall of My Chemical Romance (in reference to The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie), but in an interview with Kerrang! magazine, Gerard Way suggested this was just the album's working title, stating "It was never the title of the album, more a spoof, or joke."[17]

On August 3, 2006, the band completed shooting the videos for their first two singles from the album, "Welcome to the Black Parade" and although not released until January 2007, "Famous Last Words".[18] The "Famous Last Words" video was directed by Sam Bayer, director of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and Green Day's American Idiot videos.[19] During filming for the second video, band members Gerard Way and Bob Bryar were injured. Way suffered torn ligaments in his ankle, and Bryar a burn to the leg which caused a severe staph infection that needed constant monitoring in hospital. Consequently, the band was forced to cancel a few tour dates. While these injuries were reported by several news agencies to have been the result of a car accident, a statement released by the band on their website and MySpace page confirmed that these injuries occurred on the set of the video.[20]

On August 22, 2006, the band played a special one-off show at the 1800-capacity London Hammersmith Palais. The show sold out in 15 minutes, prompting tickets to be re-sold on eBay well over the tickets' face value. The name of the album was announced and 20 people dressed in black capes with their faces obscured paraded around the Hammersmith, followed by a large group of fans and street team members with signs saying "The Black Parade". Later during the show, the album title and the UK release date were confirmed. Before the band took the stage, it was announced that My Chemical Romance were unable to play, but they would be replaced by The Black Parade. After initial crowd hostility it became clear the band were simply performing under a pseudonym in keeping with the theme of the album. Since then, the band would often perform under the alias "The Black Parade", wearing the costumes seen in the album's music videos. Gerard Way would adopt the persona of the leader of the marching band, The Black Parade, and vary his behavior and performance accordingly.


My Chemical Romance on tour, wearing the clothes of The Black Parade.
"Welcome to the Black Parade" was released as a single on September 11, 2006. On September 26, 2006, the music video for "Welcome to the Black Parade" was released in the UK, and on September 27 in the US.[17] The single became the band's first number one on the UK Singles Chart in October 2006. The Black Parade was released on October 23, 2006 in the United Kingdom and on October 24, 2006 in the United States.


Most of the concerts of The Black Parade World Tour involved use of pyrotechnics, especially during "Mama" and "Famous Last Words".
The Black Parade World Tour commenced on February 22, 2007, with the eventuating 133 shows featuring Rise Against, Thursday and Muse as support acts.[21] Reggie and the Full Effect frontman James Dewees joined the band to play keyboards and synthesizer from there on. In April 2007, it was announced that Mikey Way would temporarily leave the tour to spend time with his new wife, Alicia Simmons-Way. Way's temporary replacement was Matt Cortez, a friend of the band.[22] During the third leg of the tour, as a support act for Muse, members of My Chemical Romance and their crew, along with members of Muse's crew, suffered food poisoning, and consequently had to cancel six shows.[23] The band later featured on Linkin Park's Projekt Revolution tour in 2007,[24] along with Placebo, Mindless Self Indulgence, Saosin, Taking Back Sunday and HIM.

My Chemical Romance received mixed accolades for The Black Parade. Kerrang! rated The Black Parade as the fourth-greatest album of 2006.[25] In Rolling Stone magazine's ranking of the top 50 albums of 2006, The Black Parade was voted the 20th best album of the year. My Chemical Romance went on to win the award for Best International Band at the 2007 NME Awards, and Gerard Way also won the Hero of the Year award.[26] My Chemical Romance was also nominated for Best Alternative Group at the 2007 American Music Awards. The band announced in a blog on their website that they would be going on a final tour in the United States before taking a break. At the same time, they announced they will be releasing a live DVD/CD collection titled The Black Parade Is Dead!, which includes two concerts from October 2007, the final Black Parade concert in Mexico, and a small show at Maxwell's in New Jersey. The DVD/CD was meant to be released on June 24 in the United States and June 30 in the UK, but was postponed to July 1 because of a technical fault with the Mexico concert.[27]

Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys (2009–2011)
Main article: Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
In 2009, My Chemical Romance released a new single entitled "Desolation Row" (a cover of the Bob Dylan song) on February 1, 2009. It was recorded to feature as the end credit track for the 2009 film Watchmen, an adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name.[28] The band then announced that they would be releasing "a collection of nine never-before-seen live videos, straight from the encore set of the Mexico City show from October 2007", entitled ¡Venganza!. The release came on a bullet-shaped flash drive and also contained exclusive photos of the band from the show. It was released on April 29, 2009.[29]

On May 27, 2009, My Chemical Romance's web designer, Jeff Watson, announced via the band's website that the band was headed to the studio to record their fourth full-length album. The recording took place over the following few weeks with producer Brendan O'Brien, who has worked with AC/DC, Mastodon, and Pearl Jam.

In an interview with NME, Gerard Way said the band's next record would be a rock album, saying, "I think (the next album) will definitely be stripped down. I think the band misses being a rock band."[30] In a separate interview with Idiomag, Way commented that the next release would be less theatrical in scope, stating that "it's not going to be hiding behind a veil of fiction or uniforms and makeup anymore."[31] In an interview with PopEater, Way also stated that the next album will be "full of hate." He also said "over the years that we've been hearing ourselves live and hearing us on records, we kind of prefer the live. There's more of a garage feel and more energy. I'd like to capture some of that, finally. That's the goal for the next one."[32]

On July 31 and August 1, 2009, My Chemical Romance played two "secret" shows at The Roxy Theater in Los Angeles. The shows were the first concerts the band had played since Madison Square Garden in May 2008. The band also premiered several new songs said to be from their upcoming fourth album during the shows, one reportedly titled "Death Before Disco", a song that Way said he was particularly excited about.[33] The song was since renamed "Party Poison" and was included on the new album. Way explained further in a Rolling Stone interview that "it's a completely different sound for the band — it's like an anti-party song that you can party to. I can't wait for people to hear it. It brings back, lyrically, some of that wonderful fiction from the first album."[34]

Gerard Way also said in a November 2009 interview with Rock Sound that the fourth album would be their defining work. "A friend who heard the record recently said he now had no interest in listening to our older work anymore, that we had made all our old material redundant. I took it as a compliment, the next thing you should always make the last thing seem unimportant and I think that will happen when we finally release this album."[35]

On March 3, 2010, Iero announced on their official website that Bob Bryar had left the band, writing:

As of 4 weeks ago, My Chemical Romance and Bob Bryar parted ways. This was a painful decision for all of us to make and was not taken lightly. We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors and expect you all to do the same.

— Frank Iero[36][37]
The band did not state reasons on why he left.

In a March 2010 MTV interview about the new album, Way explained, "There's no title yet...I'm actually kind of excited about that. It's kind of 'anything goes' at this point, but I'm so happy with the songs." Though the band since decided on the title of their fourth album, it continued to go unannounced, with various rumors circulating and the band stating on their website that it will be revealed "all in due time"[38] and in Way's words, "a special way this time. Maybe some sort of event, something fun, something soon."

During the San Diego Comic-Con 2010, Way announced that the band had finished recording the fourth studio album.[39] This was later confirmed by Iero on the band's website, announcing that the album was "done, finished, kaput, in the proverbial can, and being played loudly as we drive way too fast in our respective cars."[38]

In September, a trailer video was uploaded to My Chemical Romance's official YouTube page entitled Art is a Weapon, which announced the title of the album: Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. The video featured the band wearing strangely coloured outfits and battling unusual characters in a desert surrounding, and featuring a sample of music from the song "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)". Notable comic book author and the band's personal friend, Grant Morrison, makes a special appearance, in the role of an enemy and leader of a band of masked characters. On September 22, 2010, the band premiered their song "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)" on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show, and Los Angeles-based radio station KROQ-FM.[40][41] The album was released on November 22, 2010.[42]

Rock Sound had a preview of the album and gave a positive review, commenting "the way they’ve used everything they learned on ‘The Black Parade’ and tightened up in certain places feels natural and confident" and that it sees "the creativity of the band taking flight musically, graphically and literally."[43]

Michael Pedicone joined the band as a touring drummer late in 2010, replacing Bryar.[44]


My Chemical Romance performing at a concert in 2011
During a performance at Wembley Arena on February 12, 2011, Way announced that the band would be appearing at a UK festival later in the year,[45] later confirmed as the Reading and Leeds Festivals, which they headlined. They also performed at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Carlisle, England on May 15, 2011.

On September 2, 2011, Frank Iero posted a blog on the band's site stating, "The relationship between My Chemical Romance and Michael Pedicone is over" and explaining Pedicone was sacked because "he was caught red handed stealing from the band and confessed to police after our show last night in Auburn, Washington." He also mentioned his hope of getting a new drummer in time for their next show and avoiding having to cancel any performances in the process.[46][47]

On September 4, 2011, it was revealed through various sources that Jarrod Alexander will be the new touring drummer for the remainder of the Honda Civic tour. He also performed with them in late October at Voodoo Experience and at their Australian + New Zealand shows at Big Day Out in early 2012.

Conventional Weapons and break-up (2011–2013)
Main article: Conventional Weapons
In an interview with Rolling Stone in October 2011, guitarist Frank Iero revealed that new music could be out "by summer".[48]

On December 18, 2011, the band appeared on Nick Jr.'s Yo Gabba Gabba, and performed a song called "Every Snowflake Is Different (Just Like You)". This was part of a Christmas special for the show. The special included other famous guests such as Tony Hawk and Tori Spelling.[49][50]


Gerard Way at the festival Big Day Out in February 2012 in Australia
In February 2012, members of My Chemical Romance revealed that they had been building a studio in Los Angeles to record music for the band's fifth album under the working title MCR5. The band worked with engineer Doug McKean, who previously worked on The Black Parade and Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys.[51] On September 14, 2012, Frank Iero announced through the band's official website a new project entitled Conventional Weapons.[52] The project revolved around 10 unreleased songs that were recorded in 2009, prior to the making of Danger Days. The band released two songs each month for five months from the Conventional Weapons sessions, starting in October 2012 and finishing in February 2013. According to the October 2012 issue of Q magazine, Frank Iero reported early sessions for MCR's next album with the new drummer Jarrod Alexander were progressing well. "Jarrod is a rad guy and a fantastic player. It's been really fun making music with him these past few months," Iero commented.[53]

On March 22, 2013, the band announced their break-up on their official website,[54][55][56] issuing this statement:

“ Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We've gotten to go places we never knew we would. We've been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible. We've shared the stage with people we admire, people we look up to, and best of all, our friends. And now, like all great things, it has come time for it to end. Thanks for all of your support, and for being part of the adventure. ”
Gerard Way posted an extended tweet on his Twitter account two days after the website announcement, where he confirmed the disbanding of the group but denied that altercations between band members was the reason for the split.[57]

May Death Never Stop You and post-break-up (2014–present)
On March 25, 2014, the band released a greatest hits collection, entitled May Death Never Stop You, containing material spreading their entire career, as well a single unreleased track.[5] The track "Fake Your Death" was made available digitally on February 17.

Following the band's break-up, the members of the band continued to pursue music. Lead vocalist Gerard Way announced his debut solo album Hesitant Alien with the release of an advance-single, "Action Cat".[58] Hesitant Alien was released on September 29, 2014 in the UK, and a day later in the U.S.[59] Hesitant Alien was a moderate commercial success, topping the US Billboard Alternative Albums chart and reaching No. 16 on the US Billboard 200.[60] Hesitant Alien also topped the "Ten Essential Albums Of 2014" list in Alternative Press.[61]

Rhythm guitarist Frank Iero announced via his official website that he signed to Staple Records and would be releasing a full-length solo album entitled Stomachaches under the moniker of "frnkiero andthe cellabration". The album featured former My Chemical Romance drummer Jarrod Alexander. Stomachaches was released world-wide on August 25, 2014.[62]

Bassist Mikey Way formed Electric Century along with Sleep Station vocalist David Debiak in 2014 and released their debut single "I Lied" in February 2014.[63] The duo announced their debut self-titled EP on March 10, 2015 and was released on Record Store Day on April 18, 2015.[64]

Lead guitarist Ray Toro posted a song on his SoundCloud account entitled "Isn't That Something" on May 24, 2013. On January 1, 2015 he posted a new song, titled "For the Lost and Brave", on his website, dedicating the song to Leelah Alcorn, a transgender teen who committed suicide.[65]
16 hours ago - Via Google+ - View -