jew Bill Gaetz
If you were a gentile, would you appoint a kike like Steve Ballmer as your successor?
Of course you wouldn't.
The Other Mr. Microsoft New CEO Steven Ballmer has proud Jewish roots.
David Sachs Special to the Jewish Times firstname.lastname@example.org
DETROIT — Irving Dworkin remembers one time when his nephew, who worked at a relatively small computer software company, was trying to get his staff revved up for a task. “He got all the employees out and said, ‘If you guys do this, I’ll jump right here in the lake with my clothes on.’ And he did.” That was a few years ago, when his nephew, Steven A. Ballmer, was one of a handful of people working with some fellows named Bill Gates and Paul Allen to create the Microsoft Corporation, now the world’s largest and most successful company. Last month Gates named the 43-year-old Ballmer to succeed him as CEO, the latest pinnacle for the Detroit-raised son of a Jewish mother and a Swiss-immigrant father who had always wanted him to come back to work for someplace solid, like an American car company. With what Forbes magazine estimates is $23 billion worth of Microsoft stock, Ballmer is the fourth richest person in the world. Dworkin and Ballmer’s other Detroit-area relatives say they can trace part of his success to his family and upbringing in a home that, while it wasn’t Jewishly observant, inculcated in him both the confidence to follow his dream and the moral standards that win followers by proving loyalty.
Junkman’s grandson Ballmer himself declined to be interviewed for this article, but his Detroit relatives spoke about him with great fondness, repeatedly describing him as loyal and enthusiastic. Irving Dworkin, the brother of Ballmer’s mother, the late Beatrice Dworkin Ballmer, sees similarities between Steve and Steve’s maternal grandfather, the late Sam Dworkin. Sam Dworkin was a Jewish immigrant from Pinsk, Russia (now Belarus), who sold parts from junked and wrecked cars at his Detroit auto parts businesses. “Steve was close to my dad,” said Irving Dworkin. “He used to visit him every week. They had a good relationship. “My dad was from the old country. When he retired, he used to enjoy going to a junkyard and picking up a wheel that had a little dent in it and he’d take the dent out. He’d pick it up for 50 cents and sell it for $5. He’d feel more pleasure out of that than if someone gave him $50. “My dad’s business was an operate-out-of-your-pocket deal,” said Dworkin. “You make a buck and you make a buck. And he didn’t believe in a lot of overhead, either.” Ballmer, although generous in giving out stock options and perks to lure talent to Microsoft, is known as tightfisted on expenses. He also shares his grandfather’s, no pun intended, scrappiness in business. “My dad loved the tumult of business,” said Irving Dworkin. “He liked the commotion of being a businessman. Steve probably admired him for that. Some friends of Steve’s told me that Steve, as a negotiator, is really, really good. I think that’s why Bill Gates put him up there.”
Subject: What Does Airbus know that we don't?
This morning I was talking to my neighbour, who is an aircraft engineer at AIRBUS in Hamburg.
We talked computers and he told me that recently he wanted to 'defrag' his firm's laptop but defrag was missing. He called his Supervisor to ask about it. His Supervisor told him :
"Defrag (mentation) is a programme used by Microsoft, but which was written & developed by 'The Church of Scientology' and we don 't use ANY of their products."
The people who build some of the most modernj et planes in the world are not stoopid .
I wonder what Airbus knows that we don' t?
Poor 'ol persecuted Jews.