Fox and Friends took it this far and what was broadcast was quickly taken down from their Web site. They didn’t even get to the intentional saboteur for globalist Marxofascists part.
And of course, they didn’t get to the fact that many of the very same people who promoted Barack Obama (or Hillary Clinton) have been putting their money and encouraging words behind Mitt Romney – and are once again, getting their way. If you are a regular visitor to the Gulag, you may know we have referred to these, who have either invested to promote both Obama (or Clinton) and Romney, or who have since lauded Romney:
- Goldman Sachs
- Morgan Stanley
- J.P. Morgan Chase & Company
- UBS AG
- Citigroup, Inc.
- George Soros
- Lynn de Forest de Rothschild
- Ted Turner
- add to that a virtual Who’s Who of anti-Sovereignty Aspen Institute and Council on Foreign Relations “Republicans”
To understand the significance, one may wish to read about Carroll Quigley’s quip and why he was able to say what he said.
Someone saved the F&F vid and posted it on YouTube, Friday.
Explains the poster at YouTube:
Published on Jun 1, 2012 by PropheticSeer
UPPER management didnt like this. I wonder why? It was QUICKLY taken down. From what I understand, they didnt pass it by the higher ups before playing this on the main news segment.
No, I didn’t find the video on their site. Further to Fox and Friends’ credit though, this shows up at the top of their list of feature books.
Mitt Romney has secured the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. But in a provocative new book, Washington Examiner senior editorial writer Philip Klein argues that this is no time for conservatives to reflexively fall in line behind him.
By the time say 2014 or 2015 rolls around, Mr. Klein may be viewed as a virtual, if perhaps understated prophet, and it is quite conceivable that the “Free and Independent States” of America may be no more. And so, what do we do, when the two-party system is being controlled from the top-down, by enemies of our nation, right down to its essential nationhood?
hat tip: numerous friends, not of Fox