Warren Buffett a Baron of Political Corruption, by Peter Schweizer’s Research

“Public-Private Partnership” is statism, is crony capitalism, is in today’s world, most often global Marxofascism.

Think of that when you see the triple-P phrase. Also: “smart growth,” or “sustainable development,” or “triple bottom-line finance,” or just “green.”

We will copy our prior post and add this, which covers more ground, including the very, very dirty Baron Buffett.

Hear the entire interview and be sure to go through the book with your fellow activists, as you recruit new candidates (in the GOP and perhaps even Democratic primaries) to oppose nearly each and every member of Congress in the 2012 election.

And it is very much time for independent and third party reform candidates for Congress to arise. How about an American Renewal Party – or seeking ways to replace the two-party system?

Rehearsing the Script in the Oval Office, White House photo

Copy of original post (Tuesday, Nov. 29, 10:28am)

“No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.”
– Jesus the Messiah (Luke 16:13)

Peter Schweizer’s new book is Throw Them All Out.

Governor Palin referred to his work in her recent Wall Street Journal column, featured here.

Two brief interviews tell part of the story of this endemic corruption in Washington (and in state capitals throughout America).

The facts exposed in this book explain much of the tycoon transnationalist capture of the GOP, as well as DNC debauchery. The bigger and more multinational that corporations are, the more ungoverned they are – and the closer they tend to be in their aims and their complicity, to globalist, central bank financiers and all the authoritarian tyranny in the cauldron they fuel.

To the wolf: My, what big investment opportunities you have, grandma…


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