"The Salt Lake City chapter of the BYU Management Society presented Mr. Eccles, a noted philanthropist, with its 2010 Distinguished Utahn Award during a program at the Little America Hotel.
Several General Authorities attended the event with their wives, including: President Thomas S. Monson; Elder L. Tom Perry, Elder Dallin H. Oaks, Elder M. Russell Ballard and Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve; Bishop H. David Burton and Bishop Keith B. McMullin of the Presiding Bishopric; Elder Jay E. Jensen of the Presidency of the Seventy; and Elder Cecil O. Samuelson of the Seventy and president of BYU."
Few philanthropists in Utah reside within the same stratosphere of giving as Mr. Eccles. In the capacity of chairman and chief executive of the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, he presides over an organization that has made more than $300 million in charitable grants since its inception in 1982. (Source)
It would be fair to say that the Eccles family owns the State of Utah. In my opinion, no politician can be elected, or policy implemented, without their approval. So, who is Spencer F Eccles?
"Spencer F. Eccles serves as Treasurer of University of Utah. Mr. Eccles served as the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of First Security Corporation. Mr. Eccles serves as the Chairman Emeritus of Wells Fargo Intermountain Banking Region, Salt Lake City, UT. Mr. Eccles served as the Chairman of Wells Fargo Intermountain Banking Region, Salt Lake City, UT. Mr. Eccles serves as a Director of Wells Fargo & Company, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Missouri Pacific ... Railroad Co., and University of Utah. He also serves as a Director of Anderson Lumber Company (lumber) and Salt Lake Olympic Organizing Committee. He serves as a Member of Board of Trustees of Intermountain Healthcare. Mr. Eccles served as a Director of First Security Bank, N.A., a subsidiary of First Security Corporation. Mr. Eccles served as a Director of Union Pacific Corp. since 1976 until May 2006. Mr. Eccles served as a Director of Union Pacific Railroad Co. He served as a Director of Zion's Cooperative Mercantile Institution since 1976. He served as a Director of First Security Corporation since 1967." (Source)
We have already discussed the Eccles family as Illuminati Banksters, and their link to the Rothschilds through Wells Fargo. However, I failed to mention that my traitor son was given a job as a Wells Fargo personal banker, with high net worth individuals, without a college degree or any banking experience. I am convinced that this was his reward for helping to destroy my life and livelihood.
It is also interesting to note that Spencer F Eccles served as the Director of the 2002 Winter Olympics organizing committee. Yet, in the opinion of some, he remains an "unindicted co-conspirator" in the scandal that rocked the world's perspective of all things Mormon.
"On June 16, 1995 the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the selection of Salt Lake City, Utah as the site for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. On November 23, 1998 the media made known to the public the possibility of a scandal involving the Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC) and the IOC. The allegations against the SLOC included a scholarship and international assistance program that awarded scholarships totaling $400,000 to thirteen students who were relatives of IOC members. The SLOC allegedly was also trying to influence votes by providing free plastic surgery, health care, shopping sprees, ski weekends, first-class air travel, luxury accommodations, fur coats, and other expensive gifts to IOC members and their families. Some of the gifts included $10,000 worth of guns and rifles made by Browning, a Utah-based firearms maker. It was reported that a shotgun and rifle were sent to the IOC president just one month before Salt Lake City was awarded the 2002 bid. The shipment had been made at the request of the SLOC. The total value of the gifts exceeded more than $1 million. (Source)
Even more serious accusations involve the use of "female escorts"
"Millions were spent on perks including all-expense-paid ski trips, thirteen scholarships, Super Bowl trips, and plastic surgery. IOC members were given deals on real estate, and their family members were given jobs. It is also rumored that professional "escorts" may have been provided to some of the visiting delegates to Salt Lake City. More controversially, cash bribes may have been employed. When the scandal broke, the cryptic "geld document" allegedly recorded personal preferences of IOC members. Beside some members' names, the document contained the word "geld", (German for "money") arguably indicating such members' receptiveness to cash bribes." (Source)
One of my sources claims that Alan Barnes, son-in-law to Gordon B Hinckley, was the "bagman" in these transactions. He believes that Barnes was "heart attacked" when he agreed to testify against the committee to the FBI:
Most of the key bid personnel continued on SLOC after 1995, where they were soon joined by former LDS church image-makers such as Steve Coltrin, coordinator of national media contacts, and N. Alan Barnes, director of the Salt Lake Olympic interfaith relations, who happened to be President Hinckley’s son-in-law. The relationship between the local organizing committee and the church was so intimate that SLOC invited LDS Apostle Robert Hales, co-chair of the church’s Olympic Coordinating Committee, as a “distinguished” guest to the 1998 Nagano Winter Games. (Source)
This same source also claims that the "escorts" were provided to compete with the Geisha girls/prostitutes that Japan had purportedly used to influence the members of the IOC when they won the Nagano games. Enter Mitt Romney:
LDS control of SLOC became manifest during the leadership crisis that began when Tom Welch resigned as president in July 1997 following charges of spouse abuse and culminated when acting president Frank Joklik and vice president Dave Johnson followed suit on January 8, 1999, amid IOC bribery allegations. A small group of Mormon Olympic leaders including Governor Leavitt, Robert Garff, chairmanof SLOC’s Executive Committee and Robert Hales, the LDS church’s top Olympic liaison, met at the Governor’s Mansion to chart the future of SLOC. Hales recommended hiring Willard “Mitt” Romney, Brigham Young University graduate who had been a Mormon bishop and stake president in Massachusetts, as the new SLOC President; M. Russell Ballard of the church’s Olympic Coordinating Committee counseled Romney about the position, and Garff and Leavitt aggressively convinced “a white knight that is universally loved” to take the job.38 Leavitt also led the reorganization of SLOC’s board of trustees. (Ibid)