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Jew that made billions on Blood Diamonds and Congo's minerals

  • Published on Feb 11, 2013
  • Gertler Earns Billions in Congo Cut-Price Deals

Comments • 309

  • realpqleur
    realpqleur 4 years ago +3

    I bet he loves Christmas.

  • Bruce Marsico
    Bruce Marsico 4 years ago +2

    What a beautiful way to live. Not a shred of guilt. His place, in the after life (if there is one),is secured (in his mind). His good fortune will continue into eternity. Who wouldn't want the same?PS He knows that diamond will never go out of style.....

  • Zoch Buppet
    Zoch Buppet 5 years ago +132

    I'm surprised that Bloomberg are exposing their own.

  • Dark Mattter
    Dark Mattter 2 years ago +19

    Blame those who give him access i.e the government and rebels. Not many people can turn down having what he has.

  • tysswe1
    tysswe1 5 years ago +27

    When someone that makes his fortune from diamonds in congo, and at the same time is invested in charity and orphanages, you know he has done some shit. the charity is just a get out of jail free card.

  • Geri Attric

    1-Noble Warrior 🦁

  • Timothy Foster
    Timothy Foster 3 years ago +7

    That's the evil he explained but never gives back, nothing wrong with wealth,just he steals wealth and don't give back

  • Aharon Skurnik
    Aharon Skurnik 3 years ago +8

    He's a great guy that actually helps the people in the country. The reason people hate him is because he's successful, as usual... And it's a shame that Bloomberg news reported it in such a manner! Besides the fact that he gives huge amount of charity to all types organizations he personally cared the most for that country more then a lot of people in there government!

  • Geoff Shaw
    Geoff Shaw 7 years ago +5

    Yeah right, I'll bet he bumps up the quantity of diamonds found on the balance sheet then markets and sells the Mine as a high value when it's dog sh1t. Hey, i'll bet the guy who bought a mine from him found nothing in it when he looked? If you ever come across this comment, did you find many?

  • Tara Surya

    I’m curious how much money Dan gave to Bloomberg for making his advertisement, he is such a great guy loves donating charities and bla bla…

  • Gamzo & Co

    That’s not his fault for not giving back. It’s the president of Congo who keeps all the money to himself that he makes with Dan. Not Dan’s responsibility. If I buy from a restaurant not my job to take care of the cooks. I paid owner that’s his job.

  • Pine Forest
    Pine Forest 4 years ago +11

    Savage the land and its people to make a very few rich !! That's how we work things. Crazy.

  • Kikenstein Shoahberg
    Kikenstein Shoahberg 3 years ago +1

    Plot twist, He dehydrated blood from blood-libel and made them look like diamonds

  • hungriest nunu
    hungriest nunu 4 years ago +42

    "Studies the Bible"

  • Josh Almy
    Josh Almy 4 years ago +4

    Ironic they talked about all his good parts about building hospitals and homes back in Israel but they didn't say he built even one thing in the Congo show how religious he really is just a bigot.

  • Glen h
    Glen h 4 years ago

    What does the religion he practices have to do with this? The Jewish people are perhaps the biggest charity donors ever. I am Catholic but realize faith is a personal thing and as long as a person acts in an upright fashion he is to be commended. Trump has been cut throat as have thousands of CEO's etc but their religion does not come into play.

  • Crypto Mafia
    Crypto Mafia 3 years ago +1

    There are so many diamonds on the coast of west Africa it would collapse the diamond market. Isn’t it strange the west coast of Africa is privately owned and nobody is allowed to even walk the beach

  • Yaki kobi
    Yaki kobi 4 years ago +2

    I dont see what he did wrong, just because someone succeeds in business doesnt make him Evil

  • Piotrus pan
    Piotrus pan 8 years ago +3

    who wants to go and find diamonds

  • MrDre6000
    MrDre6000 3 years ago +1

    I respect his humility and his willingness to take risks. Africans better get with the program if they want to start benefiting from their resources.