Arnold & Buffett's 2002 Rothschild
-- Yet Another Arnold-NWO Link
Check out this AP story, archived
on an Arnold Schwartzenegger fan website, which documents
Arnold's and Buffet's 2002 meeting in the Rothschild ancestral
ARNOLD & BUFFETT's LOADED ELEPHANT
Buffett's Back, with the Terminator!
Reported By: Reuters
Tuesday, September 24, 2002
WADDESDON MANOR, England (Reuters)
- The world's second-richest man dropped into the English
countryside with the Terminator at his side on Monday, a day
after warning the UK's corporate big game his elephant gun
Billionaire Warren Buffett and mean
machine Arnold Schwarzenegger touched down by helicopter on
the immaculate lawns of Waddesdon manor, a Renaissance-style
chateau in the undulating hills of Buckinghamshire.
Buffett, 72, is guest of honor at
a closed two-day meeting of some of the world's most powerful
businessmen and financiers -- the ultimate networking opportunity.
The get-together in the ancestral
home of the Rothschild banking family will discuss economic
and political issues, the organizers said. But Buffett's remark,
made in a weekend newspaper interview, that he is looking
for a "big deal" in Britain has stolen the agenda.
"We are hunting the elephant...
We have got an elephant gun and it's loaded," Buffett
told the Sunday Telegraph.
Among those invited to Waddesdon
Manor were the likes of James Wolfensohn, president of the
World Bank, Jorma Ollila, chief executive of Nokia and De
Beers chairman Nicky Oppenheimer.
Schwarzenegger was on the guestlist
as a celebrity customer of the conference sponsor NetJets
Inc, a private jets business owned by Buffett's Berkshire
This year's stock market carnage
is made for Buffett, the billionaire Oracle of Omaha, Nebraska.
A godsend for firms who need cash quickly, he has more than
$7 billion in cash on hand, and can set-up iron-clad deals
in a day. His philosophy is simple: "Work out how much
it will pay out from now until Judgement Day, then discount
it back and buy it cheaper," he told shareholders at
his annual meeting in May, when asked for the secret of his
A procession of black cars with
darkened windows swept up the drive of the 120-year-old English
country house amid tight but discreet security.
A group of photographers captured
the moment when Buffett and Schwarzenegger, resplendent in
steel-tipped cowboy boots, stepped onto Waddesdon's freshly
cut lawn to be greeted by Lord Jacob Rothschild.
"It's very nice of you to host
this," Schwarzenegger said.
For the UK company in Buffett's
sights, it may well be hasta la vista, baby.