Hillary Clinton Admits CFR Is Our Government's Boss.

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  1. poncho

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    "Thank you very much, Richard, and I am delighted to be here in these new headquarters. I have been often to, I guess, the mother ship in New York City, but it’s good to have an outpost of the Council right here down the street from the State Department. We get a lot of advice from the Council, so this will mean I won’t have as far to go to be told what we should be doing and how we should think about the future."

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    Then of course she goes babbling on about how the "international agenda" (death by a thousand cuts) that has been confiscating our wealth while destroying our sovereignty and independence as a nation is actually the solution to the problems the "international agenda" has caused.

    "But the international agenda today is unforgiving: two wars, conflict in the Middle East, ongoing threats of violent extremism and nuclear proliferation, global recession, climate change, hunger and disease, and a widening gap between the rich and the poor. All of these challenges affect America’s security and prosperity, and they all threaten global stability and progress.


    But they are not reason to despair about the future. The same forces that compound our problems – economic interdependence, open borders, and the speedy movement of information, capital, goods, services and people – are also part of the solution."


    The solution in her mind is world government or should I say the collective mind of the council on foreign relations? It is after all as Hillary has admitted here the "brain trust" and real master of our government. As my dear old grandmother would say..."anyone who listens to these folks must have rocks in their heads".
     
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    This is one of the major reasons that we see no difference in either of the 2 major political parties........ However, it is false assumption that a 3rd party will be any better. Although the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission work hand in hand.... and have limited membership on both.... yet they secure their membership from people in top positions... or perhaps it could be said....they see to it that the majority of people in top key positions are from their membership.

    Are our elections free and honest? Chances are they are not. Even the paper ballots are counted by machine and there is no backup or randomized hand count done to blind check the machines to see if they or their computations have been tampered with. The paperless ballot coming to some areas of the country will insure that there is no way to recheck the election count.

    There really isn't that much difference in the outcomes of leadership between people like Obama, the Clintons and the Bush'es or the Chaneys, and the people which they surround themselves with in their administrations. Reagon was fighting it when he went into office: Bush was thrust upon him. I think it was no accident that Hinkley shot him..... the day after the Bushes had diner with his family. I'm not accussing Bush of designing an assasination attempt..... but there was a subtle change in the confidence and leadership of Reagon after that.... and I'm not sure just when his wife started consulting astrology...... but there is a lot of superstition and occult influence reported by some who follow the spiritual practices and beliefs of those in high office.
     
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    70 Years: Chart Illustrates the Dominance by the CFR, Trilaterals & Bilderbergers

    CLICK HERE.

    Hillary is only confirming what many of us knew already. The U.S. government was hijacked long ago.

    Here’s a survey of TARP bailout awards to the CFR’s corporate members (there are a total of only a little more than 200 corporate members at all levels):

    Among the “Founders,” those who give $100,000 or more to the CFR, can be found:
    • American Express Company: $3.389 billion TARP
    • Goldman Sachs: $10 billion TARP, plus a separate Federal Reserve bailout and more than $13 billion of the allotment to AIG (below)
    • Merrill Lynch: $45 billion through its corporate parent, Bank of America, which is also a CFR Premium corporate member, plus $6.8 billion of AIG’s bailout funds
    “President’s Circle” CFR members ($60,000 or more) received the following bailout funds:
    • American International Group (AIG): $182 billion in total TARP/TALF funds to date
    • Citibank: $50 billion TARP
    • Morgan Stanley: $10 billion TARP
    Premium members ($30,000 or more to CFR):
    • Bank of New York/Mellon Corporation: $3 billion TARP
    • Freddie Mac: Sharing with Fannie Mae $1.25 trillion — that’s $1,250 billion — in mortgage securities being purchased from the Federal Reserve Bank
    • Chrysler: $4 billion TARP, plus $1.5 billion TARP for Chrysler Financial
    • JP Morgan Chase: $25 billion TARP
    • CIT Group: $2.33 billion TARP
    That’s a total of more than $1 trillion in bailout funds for CFR corporate members, easily the lion’s share of the total bailout funds awarded to date. CFR Membership seems to have its benefits, and then some.

    So why is no one asking questions about why most of the funds are going to the former employers of our Treasury secretaries? Perhaps because many of the entities who should ask "why" are also CFR corporate members. Among the financial press, the CFR counts among its members Bloomberg, General Electric (NBC, CNBC, MSNBC), News Corporation (Fox, Fox Business), Standard and Poor's, ABC News, Time Warner (CNN, Time magazine, etc.), Moody's, and McGraw Hill (book publishers).

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    For more CFR information and history CLICK HERE.
     
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    Because the conservatives get defensive when we talk about investigating the Bush administration.

    How many times do I have to say this, Bush was given the TARP to distribute. Hank gave them most of that money.
     
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    It should come as no surprise seeing as how the Bush's through G. H. W. are CFR people. We have a government of by and for these CFR, Tri-Lateral and Bilderberger globalists.

    No real conservative could ever claim G. W. Bush as one of their's imho.
     
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    Okay, you owe me :1_grouphug:now!!!
     

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