dimanche 25 septembre 2011

Un "troisième" parti soutenu par Rothschild en voie d'émergence aux États-Unis

par Michael Collins Piper

Sept. 2011, American Free Press

Une foule de ploutocrates internationaux, incluant Lady Lynn Forrester de Rothschild, ont mis en branle un mouvement "spontané du petit peuple" ("grassroots") destiné à la création d'un troisième parti "centriste" qui sera de la course lors des élections présidentielles de 2012. Le groupe s'appelle Americans Elect (AE, AmericansElect.org). Avec 20 millions de dollars dans leurs coffres, ils sont engagés dans un effort bien financés pour l'obtention du statut électoral pour leur nouveau parti à l'échelle nationale.

Parce que le groupe est légalement désigné comme une organisation d'aide sociale, non-politique, exonérée d'impôt, il n'est pas obligé de divulguer le nom de ses contributeurs sans doute très riches - censé se limiter à entre 300 et 400 individus - qui financent ses opérations.

À la mi-juillet, le groupe avait déjà obtenu l'accès au scrutin dans l'Arizona, l'Alaska, le Kansas et le Nevada. Des efforts sont actuellement en cours dans le Michigan, Hawaii, le Missouri, la Floride et la Californie, tandis que de nombreux autres États sont également visés.

AMERICAN FREE PRESS a été le seul média à rapporter les manigances de ceux qui complotent pour imposer un parti politique soi-disant «indépendant» au peuple américain, bien que quelques voix dissidentes de l'Internet ont commencé à aborder le sujet.

Le directeur des opérations de Americans directeur élu (AE), Elliot Ackerman, affirme que son groupe ne prend pas d'argent provenant de groupes d'intérêts, mais sa protestation est malhonnête quand on considère les noms et les connexions financières de haut niveau des personnes - incluant son propre père - impliquées dans AE.

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ELLIOT ACKERMAN
Oeuvre aux côtés de l'élite à former un troisième parti contrôlé

Le père d'Ackerman, Peter Ackerman est un vétéran de Wall Street qui a collaboré avec le fameux roi du "junk bond" (obligations à haut risque) et lobbyiste israélien zélé Michael Milken au cours des années 1980. Ackerman-père est également l'un des 13 membres du Conseil sur les relations étrangères (CFR), basé à New York, qui siègent au panel de conseillers de AE. Le fait que Lady Rothschild, susmentionnée, siège elle aussi au CFR n'est pas une coïncidence. Le CFR est la branche américaine d'un fameux institut Rothschild appelé Royal Institute of International Affairs, l'aile politique étrangère de l'empire Rothschild.

Un autre membre du CFR actif dans AE est Douglas Schoen, un ancien consultant politique du Parti démocrate qui, malgré ses arrières-plans partisans -- comme c'est le cas pour Lady Rothschild --, a été catégorique sur le fait qu'il est selon lui nécessaire que le président Barack Obama soit évincé de son poste en 2012. Éternelle démocrate, de Rothschild a pourtant soutenu le républicain John McCain contre Obama en 2008. Depuis ce temps, Schoen et elle ont écrit et parlé publiquement de leur intention de voir Obama être éjecté de la Maison Blanche. De même, les deux ont claironné qu'il est nécessaire de lancer un défi "centriste" à la fois Obama et à tout potentiel "extrémiste" désigné par le Parti républicain.

Comme AFP a souligné à plusieurs reprises, The Washington Post - qui est une propriété en majeure partie des intérêts financiers historiquement liés à la dynastie de financiers Rothschild - a propagé l'idée d'un mouvement pour un troisième parti "centriste", comme l'a fait aussi le New York Times. Le 1er septembre, le Post est même allé jusqu'à publier un commentaire ostensiblement intitulé «milliardaires à la rescousse» qui saluait les efforts de AE.

L'auteur de cet article, Matt Miller, a suggéré que de riches mécènes devraient continuer à financer AE (comme ils le font déjà) et a demandé que certains milliardaire américain indépendants d'esprit s'investissent eux-mêmes et leur fortune pour diriger le nouveau troisième parti.

Miller a écrit: «Si vous êtes riche, sérieux dans votre intention de changer le monde et si vous pensez que la tyrannie de nos deux partis fait partie du problème, il n'y a pas de meilleur moment pour investir dans l'innovation politique perturbatrice. Le pays que vous sauverez pourrait être le vôtre."

Le fait que de telles puissances d'argent font la promotion de cet effort devrait sonner l'alarme chez le petit peuple qui croit en la nécessité de briser le dos de notre système bipartite contrôlé.
Au cours de l'année à venir, les médias vont commencer à dévoiler cette «nouvelle alternative», mais les électeurs véritablement indépendants d'esprit ont besoin de connaître les faits au sujet de ce mouvement et de son orchestration en coulisse. Pourquoi n'y a-t-il pas plus de journaux plus indépendants, de magazines et de voix de l'Internet pour sonner l'alarme sur ce complot, comme le fait AFP, cela reste un mystère, mais vous pouvez compter sur AFP pour qu'il continue à vous apporter les mises à jour sur les tout derniers développements.





Rothschild-Backed ‘Third’ Party Emerges


by Michael Collins Piper


A host of international plutocrats, including Lady Lynn Forrester de Rothschild, have set in motion a “grass-roots” movement to launch a “centrist” third party to be on the ballot in the 2012 presidential election. The group calls itself Americans Elect (AE). With $20 million now in their war chest, they are engaged in a well-funded effort to get ballot status for their new party all across the country.
Because the group is legally designated a nonpolitical, tax-exempt social welfare organization, it is not obligated to disclose the names of its obviously well-heeled contributors—said to be only 300 to 400 in number—who are bankrolling its operations.
As of mid-July, the group had already gained ballot access in Arizona, Alaska, Kansas and Nevada. Efforts are now under way in Michigan, Hawaii, Missouri, Florida and California, while many more states are also being targeted.
AMERICAN FREE PRESS has been alone among the media in reporting on the intrigues of those conspiring to foist an ostensibly “independent” political party on the American people, although some dissident voices on the Internet have started to pick up on the story.
The chief operating director of Americans Elect (AE), Elliot Ackerman, claims his group doesn’t take money from special interests, but his protests are disingenuous when one considers the names and high-level financial connections of the people—including his own father—who are involved in AE.
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ELLIOT ACKERMAN
Working with elite to form controlled third party.

Ackerman’s father, Peter Ackerman, is a veteran Wall Street operator who collaborated with infamous junk bond king and Israeli lobby stalwart Michael Milken during the 1980s. The senior Ackerman is also among 13 members of the NewYork-based Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) who serve on the board of advisors for AE. The fact that the aforementioned Lady Rothschild is also among them is no coincidence. The CFR is the American wing of the Rothschild-controlled Royal Institute of International Affairs, the foreign policy wing of the Rothschild empire.
Another CFR member active in AE is Douglas Schoen, a veteran Democratic Party political consultant who, despite his partisan background—like Lady Rothschild—has been adamant about the need for President Barack Obama to be ousted from office in 2012. A lifelong Democrat, de Rothschild backed Republican John McCain over Obama in 2008. Since that time she and Schoen have been writing and speaking publicly about their intentions of seeing Obama displaced from the White House. Likewise, both have been touting the need for a “centrist” challenge to both Obama and any potential “extremist” nominated by the Republican Party.
As AFP has repeatedly pointed out, The Washington Post—which is owned inmajor part by financial interests historically connected to the Rothschild financial dynasty—has been promoting the concept of a “centrist” third party movement as has The New York Times. On Sept. 1, the Post even went so far as to publish a commentary pointedly entitled “Billionaires to the Rescue” that hailed the efforts of AE.
The author of this piece, Matt Miller, suggested that wealthy patrons should continue to bankroll AE (as they have already done) and urged that some independent minded American billionaire put himself and his fortune forward to lead the new third party.
Miller wrote: “If you’re rich, serious about changing the world and think that our two-party tyranny has become part of the problem, there’s no better time to invest in disruptive political innovation. The country you save may be your own.”
The fact that such big money forces are promoting this endeavor should set off alarm bells among serious grass-roots folks who believe in the need to break the back of our controlled two-party system.
In the year ahead, the mass media will begin to unveil this “new alternative,” but truly independent-minded voters need to know the facts about this movement and how it’s being orchestrated behind the scenes. Why more independent newspapers, magazines and Internet voices are not blowing the whistle—as AFP has done—on this conspiracy remains a mystery, but you can count on AFP to continue to bring you updates as they develop.




 
 “We need a movement
of the militant middle.
Both parties lack leaders
who will fight for the
values of the middle.”
 An influential member of the international Rothschild banking dynasty — often called “the family that rules the world” — has lent her support to the theme that Barack Obama must be removed from the White House and that America needs a grand “centrist” coalition to save the nation. That a key Rothschild network figure endorsed this concept — which is being relentlessly promoted in the pages of The New York Times and The Washington Post — underscores recent exclusive reports appearing in AMERICAN FREE PRESS detailing a high-level scheme to foist a phony new “centrist” third party on Americans.
In 2008, lifelong Democrat Lynn Forester de Rothschild endorsed GOP presidential candidate John McCain after the Democratic Party rejected de Rothschild’s first choice, Hillary Clinton.
The American-born Lady Rothschild — chief executive of E. L. Rothschild, a key Rothschild holding company — is the wife of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild. She was first introduced to her husband in Scotland in 1998 by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger during a meeting of Bilderberg — the global planning group dominated by the Rothschilds, assisted by their American lieutenants, the Rockefellers.
Endorsing McCain, Mrs. Rothschild proclaimed Obama too “ideological” — that is, too “liberal” — an interesting assertion coming from a stalwart Democrat. Now Mrs. Rothschild is once again aiming her guns at Obama, echoing the very rhetoric about the need to adopt “centrist” policies prevalent in all of the recent propaganda in the elite press that AFP — alone among the independent media — has been scrutinizing.
She expressed her “centrist” concerns on the Internet’s Daily Beast on Feb. 28, 2010, but few noticed it at the time. It’s no coincidence this was the forum she used to vent her attack: the Daily Beast is merging with the Rothschild-connected Washington Post Company’s Newsweek magazine, recently transferred to the control of Zionist billionaire Sidney Harman, who — like the Rothschild dynasty — is a major patron of Israel.
In her commentary, Mrs. Rothschild declared: “After watching President Obama in office for more than a year, it is clear to me that . . . we already knew what kind of president he would become. . . . Perhaps the biggest fabrication of the Obama candidacy was his claim of being a centrist.” Mrs. Rothschild wrote:
Sure, [Obama] made promises during the campaign that pleased moderates. . . . They were specific, sensible promises — ones that enabled him to mislead the electorate about his real plans for America. . . .
At the time, it was obvious that a candidate who won the primary because of the left would be beholden to the left, no matter what promises he made to get elected. . . . In The Audacity of Hope, he criticized Bill Clinton for giving too much respect to Ronald Reagan. He asked the Democratic Leadership Council, the centrist Democratic group, to remove his name from their lists. So if he wasn’t going to be a centrist Democrat in the tradition of Bill Clinton, what did Barack Obama want from his presidency, should he be elected?
He told us from the beginning. It was a stunning agenda, but it seemed innocuous, even inspiring, during the campaign . . . . Obama declared he was running “not just to hold an office, but to gather with you to transform a nation.” Suddenly now everyone is worried he is trying to transform America. . . . His is an effort to make a bigger, more intrusive and more costly government. His hope is, and has always been, to turn the country into a nation that looks more like a European social democracy. He ignores that the roots of our strength have always been small government and a dynamic private sector, fostered by both Democrats and Republicans. His cynical use of centrist language as a tool to get elected does not change the fact of his true objectives.
Our central problem is that the combination of his grandiloquence and the September 2008 financial crisis led to his election. Now, the only way to stop him in the next three years is through voter pressure on Congress. One course is to follow Massachusetts and just elect any Republican. But both parties lack courageous leaders who will fight for the values and policies of the middle.

While it certainly confuses many people (particularly self-styled “patriots” and “conservatives”) that Mrs. Rothschild (and like-minded associates in the mass media) call the Clintons “moderates,” that has, in fact, been a continuing premise in the media, especially of recent date, as if the stage is being set for a return of “Bill and Hill” in the form of a “centrist” challenge to Obama. 

 “His cynical use of
centrist language as a
tool to get elected does
not change the fact of
his true objectives.”
 However, note that Mrs. Rothschild denounced not just Obama but “both parties.” Her rhetoric precisely reflects ongoing high-level calls in the media monopoly for a “centrist” rebellion against both “the left” and “the right”:
We need a movement of the militant middle; millions of voters who support the sensible policies from both parties.
This would give Democrats political cover to stand up to Obama, Pelosi and Reid; and Republicans the backbone to acknowledge that the country must progress in order to be strong.
Here is what’s happening: Recognizing growing widespread disgust with both major parties, the elite big money forces seem to be laying the groundwork to usher in a new “centrist” party — a “controlled opposition” under their domination — to block the rise of any genuine populist third party challenging their power.
The war-profiteering plutocratic elites want to be assured that — in the face of growing opposition from Americans on both the “left” and the “right” — budget-busting internationalist policies promoting U.S. military adventurism in the Middle East and across the globe — in the name of what is now being touted as American “national greatness” — will be preserved.
In fact, the “national greatness” concept is just a patriotic-sounding cover name for what many call the New World Order.
Note, too, that although both “liberal Democrats” and “conservative Republicans” have done big money’s bidding for a century, a new “centrist” force — orchestrated by the major media (owned by the financial aristocracy) — would shatter the existing traditional local, state and federal political machines of the major parties which are closely tied to their own respective constituencies (small business, farmers, public employees, minorities, factory workers, etc). Divorced from grassroots demands, the new “centrist” mechanism would answer only to the major media controllers who conjured up the “centrist” party in the first place.






 

Schoen and Caddell: Democrat strategists want Obama to bow out now. Obama: Weakened candidate. Clinton: Possible contender?
Two major, longtime Democratic Party political consultants who have been key figures in the ongoing high-level drive to launch a “centrist” third-party movement — noted only by AMERICAN FREE PRESS — have publicly called for Barack Obama to declare now that he will not be a candidate for re-election in 2012. The consultants — Doug Schoen and Patrick Caddell — laid down their challenge in a prominently-placed commentary in The Washington Post on Nov. 14.
The Post has long been a major political force, under the control of the Meyer-Graham media empire established by Eugene Meyer, a World War I-era war profiteer. He was an early Federal Reserve System governor and later aWorld Bank president. The Post has been a voice for the London-based Rothschild dynasty whose agents on American soil — via the Kuhn-Loeb investment house — directed the establishment of the Federal Reserve System, the control of which has generated trillions of dollars that enabled elitist families and financial interests to grab control of the mass print and broadcast media through which they have manipulated the political arena.
The call by Schoen and Caddell may appear to be “good news” in the minds of Obama’s critics. However, the campaign to delegitimize Obama is part of broader scheme to fool Americans into rallying behind an ostensibly independent movement — a “controlled opposition” — dominated by the same families and monied interests that now control the two major parties.
Why would these big money forces want to launch a new “centrist” party? Good question. Here’s the answer. The apparent — and quite Machiavellian purpose — behind this scheme appears to be to break the back of the now-in-place traditional local, state and federal political machines of both major parties and their respective grassroots constituencies (small business, farmers, public employees, minorities, factory workers, etc). The “centrist” party ushered into power would constitute an all-new political superstructure at the national level — divorced from the demands of grassroots constituencies. It would be a mechanism of power answering only to the controllers of the major media who conjured up the “centrist” party in the first place. It would direct the future course of American affairs, in the guise of ending “partisan gridlock,” while actually ensuring that the international big-money forces maintain their stranglehold on America.
It is no coincidence that in 2008, Schoen published a book, Declaring Independence: The Beginning of the End of the Two-Party System, calling for a new “centrist” party. He and Caddell have been pushing that idea continuously in a number of forums with — as AFP previously noted — the collaboration of “establishment” columnists in both the Post and New York Times. Yet until now, those elite newspapers never lent credence to third party advocates and were notably hostile to them.
As Schoen and Caddell wrote in the Post:
[It] is clear, we believe, that the president has largely lost the consent of the governed. The midterm elections were effectively a referendum on the Obama presidency. And even if it was not an endorsement of a Republican vision for America, the drubbing the Democrats took was certainly a vote of no confidence in Obama and his party. The president has almost no credibility left with Republicans and little with independents..
We are convinced that if Obama immediately declares his intention not to run for reelection, he will be able to unite the country, provide national and international leadership, escape the hold of the left, isolate the right and achieve results that would be otherwise unachievable.
While it is unlikely Obama will be cowed into abandoning his reelection bid, the efforts by Schoen and Caddell against him are nothing new. On July 28 in The Wall Street Journal — published by Rupert Murdoch, longtime front man for the Rothschild-financial network — Schoen and Caddell called Obama “our divisive president” and declared that while Obama had promised “a new era of post-partisanship . . .[H]e’s played racial politics and further split the country along class and party lines,” extraordinary allegations from two Democrats long involved in the civil rights movement. They wrote:
Rather than being a unifier, Mr. Obama has divided America on the basis of race, class and partisanship. Moreover, his cynical approach to governance has encouraged his allies to pursue a similar strategy of racially divisive politics on his behalf.
We have seen the divisive approach under Republican presidents as well — particularly the administrations of Richard Nixon and George W. Bush. It was wrong then, and it is wrong now. By dividing America, Mr. Obama has brought our government to the brink of a crisis of legitimacy, compromising our ability to address our most important policy issues. . . .
President Obama’s divisive approach to governance has weakened us as a people and paralyzed our political culture. Meanwhile, the Republican leadership has failed to put forth an agenda that is more positive, unifying or inclusive. We are stronger when we debate issues and purpose, and we are all weaker when we divide by race and class. We will pay a price for this type of politics.
This rhetoric, in fact, has been central to the ongoing push for the new “centrist” third party. For example, on Nov. 12 The NewYork Times again sounded the call for a centrist rebellion. A commentary by David Brooks, a Jewish Republican “neo-conservative”—the Times’ op-ed page “in house” conservative — said a “national greatness agenda” would be promoted by “the next big social movement.” It would reject the views of “orthodox liberals and conservatives” and end “hyper-partisanship.” Brooks said “the coming movement may be a third party or it may support serious people in the existing two” and preserve American “supremacy”—that is, global interventionism.
This concept of “national greatness” has been promoted in Rupert Murdoch’s Weekly Standard by Marshall Wittmann, a Jewish Trotskyite-turned neoconservative who directed the Christian Coalition and later signed on with Sen. Joseph Lieberman (Conn.) the vaunted Democrat-turned-independent hailed as a model for nonpartisan “centrist” politics.
While it is speculation at this point, it appears that the ultimate intent is to damage Obama politically, casting him as a failed president who represents the extreme “left,” while at the same time (as AFP has reported on the Washington Post-Newsweek empire’s promotion of Sarah Palin) catapulting Mrs. Palin to the 2012 Republican presidential nomination.
At that time the major media could declare both candidates — Obama and Mrs. Palin — as “extremists” and “damaged goods,” and push the emergence of a centrist party to rise up and challenge the two major parties.
If he does try for re-election, Obama could face a challenge for renomination from within his own party — Hillary Clinton being a likely rival — but dethroning an incumbent president has never been a simple proposition. If Obama is renominated, in any case, he will be so as a very crippled incumbent.


New Rothschild Third Party Intrigue

By Michael Collins Piper

The ongoing high-level drive byWall Street financiers to set in place a so-called “centrist” third party in time for the 2012 presidential election has received yet another boost. Two influential establishment figures added their voices to the continuing chorus calling for public support for the well-funded project known as Americans Elect (AE), which is already pushing to achieve ballot status in all 50 states.
Writing in an opinion page commentary on Nov. 4 in The Washington Post, former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman (R) and retired Navy Adm. Dennis Blair, who served as director of national intelligence in the Obama administration, trumpeted “a better way to elect our leaders,” and urged readers to rally behind AE’s electioneering efforts.
Mrs.Whitman and Blair are veteran members of the powerful globalist power group known as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)—Mrs.Whitman actually serves on the CFR’s board of directors—13 of whose members (all key figures in the policy-making elite) are on the AE
board of advisors.
Most notable among the CFR figures active in AE include billionaire Wall Street operator Peter Ackerman (whose son fronts as AE’s director) and two longtime Democratic Party stalwarts, Lady Lynn Forrester de Rothschild of the banking dynasty, and political consultant Doug Schoen, both of whom have been demanding the removal of Barack Obama from the White House in 2012.
For her own part, in an interview with the influential Washington-based Politico newspaper, Whitman urged former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman—now trailing badly, according to polls, in his bid for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination—to opt out of the GOP and seek AE’s nomination. Huntsman—heir to a multi-billion dollar petrochemical fortune—just happens to be the candidate for whom Lady de Rothschild held a lavish fundraiser in her Manhattan townhouse earlier this year.
Mrs. Whitman and Blair have also been been invitees to the secretive meetings of the internationalist-oriented Bilderberg group, and, for his part, Blair has been a long-time member of the Trilateral Commission, long the fiefdom of aging New York-based international banker David Rockefeller whose late brother, former Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller, was a longtime intimate friend and political sponsor of Mrs. Whitman.
In their Post commentary, Mrs. Whitman and Blair say that AE “provides a chance for the majority of Americans, who don’t wholly identify with either major party, to lead, follow or get out of the way.”
In other words,AE has been effectively designated by the Wall Street and international money interests as the official “alternative” to the Democratic and Republican Parties.



Rothschilds Bolster Third Party

Piper on the Rothschilds
AFP VIDEO - In this special video report, AFP correspondent Michael Collins Piper makes the case that powerful figures in the Rothschild empire are throwing their money behind a third party effort in an attempt to oust President Barack Obama from the White House.
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Rothschild Influence Deep Within GOP 
American Free Press
By Michael Collins Piper  
Call it the “War Party,” the “New World Order” or the “Zionist Elite.” However you describe this element—with multiple ties to the Rothschild banking octopus and its predatory tentacles on American shores—its influence reaches the inner circles of key Republican presidential hopefuls who promise to save the republic from Obama’s legacy in 2016.
A reviewof those “advising” these GOP contenders indicates the same old faces are at work ensuring globalist powers will be directing the foreign policy agenda of whomever represents the GOP in the next presidential election.
Those from whom the GOP contenders are—as The Washington Post of April 6 put it—“soaking up guidance” are a disturbing lot.
War-happy internationalist Sen. John McCain (RAriz.)—whose wife’s $150 million beer fortune is owed to the patronage of the Jewish crime syndicate’s Bronfman family, longtime intimates of the Rothschild dynasty—bragged to the Post of the 2016 GOP hopefuls that “They all call, all the time” asking for advice from the failed former presidential candidate. However, McCain—who in 2008 actually raised campaign money in the London home of Lord Jacob Rothschild—was quick to assure the Post that “First, I tell them to touch base with Henry Kissinger—of course.”
That any future president would “of course” first touch base with Kissinger—long a top schemer among the New World Order elite—is of obvious concern to anyone who values national sovereignty.
But others with whom the Republican contenders are mingling are equally of concern. Rep. Paul Ryan (Wis.)—the GOP’s 2012 vice presidential candidate—huddles with his longtime associate, former Education Secretary William Bennett, a founding director of the hardline, pro-Israel, neoconservative “think tank,” Empower America, which once employed Ryan as a speechwriter, helping advance Ryan’s career in official Washington.
A protege of the ex-Trotskyite “godfather” of the neoconservatives, the late Irving Kristol—father of notorious modern-day neoconservative power broker William Kristol—Bennett and his Empower America co-founder, ex-Rep. Vin Weber (R-Minn.), remain influential in shaping Ryan’s worldview.
Today, Weber is a member of the board of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the New York affiliate of the London-based Royal Institute of International Affairs, which is often referred to as the foreign policy arm of the Rothschild dynasty.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio—whose foreign policy rhetoric becomes more bellicose and more fervently internationalist as 2016 approaches, has—according to The Washington Post—“become friendly” with Israeli-born Yuval Levin who has elsewhere been glowingly described as “probably the most influential conservative intellectual of the Obama era.”
Also turning to Levin for direction is Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal. But Jindal has his own antecedents that explain, at least in part, the longtime infatuation with Jindal by the Zionist-dominated media, which was promoting his presidential ambitions long before he came on the national stage.
Like ex-President Bill Clinton—who also received inordinate media attention from the earliest years of his own career—Jindal is a former Rhodes Scholar.
He had been trained at Oxford in England in the ideology of the late Cecil Rhodes, the African diamond magnate (financed by the Rothschilds) whose scholarships were established to indoctrinate bright young Americans in the concept that the United States should be reunited with the Rothschild-controlled British empire.
Jindal has been hailed for his sharp critiques of the federal government and his advocacy of rejuvenating state sovereignty in what is hailed as the spirit of the 10th Amendment to the Constitution.
But what many patriots simply don’t know is that New World Order advocates—such as the influential Clarence K. Streit, author of the infamous globalist tract, Union Now With Britain—openly proffered that the 10th Amendment actually provided the very mechanism for dismantling the American national union so the United States could be reunited with “the Mother Country.”
Thus, those enthused by Jindal’s seeming support for states rights might well keep in mind that (in light of Jindal’s Rhodes Scholarship background) another agenda might well be at work behind the rhetoric that seems to reflect traditional Americanism.
Oh yes, Jindal also relies on neoconservative titan William Kristol for advice on foreign policy.
For his part, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, whose 2012 presidential bid ended in fiasco, has kept his name in the offing by making a pilgrimage to Israel to huddle with no less than Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Several years ago the pandering Perry said he relied on the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal, published by pro-Israel billionaire Rupert Murdoch, a longtime media front man for the Rothschild family, and what Perry called “the Jewish press” for his foreign policy direction.
Popular among conservatives as a union buster, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker burnishes his foreign policy expertise by relying upon counsel from Mark Thiessen, a former speechwriter for George W. Bush, whose costly Middle East wars on behalf of Israel (carried out under the direction of the neoconservatives who dominated policy under Bush) still torment America. In the same realm, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz—whose wife is an executive with the investment bank Goldman Sachs, a preeminent force in the Rothschild sphere of influence—has actually drafted Victoria C. Gardner Coates, a former aide to ex-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (a primary architect of the disastrous Bush-erawars), as his national security advisor. A tea party favorite, Cruz—the son of a Christian Zionist minister—is particularly strident in his advocacy for a pro-war/pro-Israel agenda.
Perhaps most unexpected of all is Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s link to the Rothschild dynasty via his advisor, retired diplomat and CFR member Richard R. Burt who—prior to government service—was actually the national security correspondent for no less than The New York Times, the premier media voice of the Zionist establishment. Burt actually launched his career as assistant director of the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISI), a globally-influential London-based think tank with deep Rothschild connections.
CFR member Lynn Forester de Rothschild—wife of Lord Evelyn de Rothschild—is associated with IISI, as are—among others: Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank, a director of N.M. Rothschild & Sons; Fleur deVilliers, a consultant to the Rothschild-controlled DeBeers diamond cartel (founded by Cecil Rhodes) and Thomas Seaman who chaired the investment committee of the Rhodes Trust, which sponsors the globalist-oriented Rhodes Scholarships.
Add to this—as this newspaper has previously reported—that Paul includes billionaire Peter Thiel, chair of the American steering committee for the Rothschild-financed Bilderberg meetings, as another advisor and one finds the plutocratic linkage comes full circle in Paul’s burgeoning presidential campaign.
—— Michael Collins Piper is an author, journalist, lecturer and radio show host. He has spoken in Russia, Malaysia, Iran, Abu Dhabi, Japan, Canada and the U.S.


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