Clinton Talks World Government at the Council On Foreign Relations
September 10, 2010
Over the Labor Day holiday, so called “moderates” (confused if they are neocons or liberals) threw around the name Hillary Clinton. Considering the dismal performance of Barry Obama, these folks believe the Dem side of the One Sided Party should run Hil for command-in-chief teleprompter reader.
I kid you not. This is how deluded some people are.
A certain journalist at the New York Daily News made this psychological condition obvious on Wednesday when she wrote: “Sure, I’m a Republican who can hardly be trusted to offer objective advice to Democrats I’ve long lambasted. But believe me when I tell you, two years of Obama has even me seeing Clinton in a much different light than in 2008, when I thought the only thing worse than a new President named Obama was another one named Clinton.”
The con game works like a charm. Thanks to a few months of Barry the Bumbler — it’s all in the script — she is ready to swallow the Clinton jive hook, line and sinker.
There ain’t a lick of difference between Hillary and Barry. Both are globalist tools. Both are here to fool you into thinking that it means something when you go into a computer hacked polling place and cast your ballot.
As the late Carroll Quigley noted, “the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. Then it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which will be none of these things but will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.”
Same thing for intra-party squabbles. The electorate is mostly putty in the hands of the globalists. Obama’s a failure, so Dems should get Hillary in there. It’s all musical chair for our rulers.
Speaking of globalists, Hil ventured over to her one of her favorite haunts the other day, right down the street from the State Department, the offices of the Council On Foreign Relations.
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She talked up world government and the United Nations. Lately the UN has taken on new importance in the minds of the elite. It is in the process of getting a new spit shine. Expect to hear more about it in the weeks ahead.
Here’s Clinton. Substitute the phrase “American leadership” with “leadership by the globalist cabal” and you’ll get a good idea of what she’s talking about: