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Trump and Clinton are distant cousins and their Council on Foreign Relations connection!!

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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:31 PM
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originally posted by: elementalgrove

originally posted by: Gothmog
Are you sure of Sanders? Seems like the only research you have performed is for Hillary and Donald. I am sure if you dig deep enough , you will find that Sanders is a "distant cousin" of both Clinton and Trump. An since he is a politician , you would by nature find a link to the CFR as well.


I actually did do this search and found nothing.

Perhaps you can point me in the right direction.

If that is the case I shall drastically rethink my position!


Dont have to...everyone in the US is probably a "distant cousin" to everyone else.(depends on how distant)
All politicians have some form of ties to the CFR or one of the TLC at least
But , of course , you knew this....




posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:38 PM
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a reply to: elementalgrove

It's always possible Bernie is the man his record says he is...but one corrupt move is enough to blackmail a politician.

I think this is likely the way the Establishment traps politicians in a system of corruption. They dig up dirt or get them to consent to something once...and then they are trapped.

ETA: Bernie may have had exactly the record 'the Establishment' was looking for...and just enough dirt to trap him. Wasn't his wife involved in a misappropriation of money scandal at Burlington College? If not that, maybe there is something else. No one is good 100% of the time.

I do believe that the president and Congress are just puppets.
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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:40 PM
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originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
I'm probably a 19th cousin to a lot of people, including Trump and Clinton. Lol.

I agree with the basic premise here but using something like 19th cousins is kind of a stretch.



The point being raised in the article is that they have the same bloodline linking them to "Royalty" you may very well have this same connection, but not too many of us do.

Hence the strange thread connecting the powerful and elite members of our society. What are the odds that their roots go back to these "royal" families?

As Vector99 pointed out all the presidents except one are related to each other



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:44 PM
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a reply to: Vector99
If you believe in Adam and Eve we're all related. Some scientific theories would suggest the same(I believe I recall).



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:46 PM
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originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
I'm probably a 19th cousin to a lot of people, including Trump and Clinton. Lol.

I agree with the basic premise here but using something like 19th cousins is kind of a stretch.


I heard that there's software that allows any of us to trace our ancestry all the way to Adam & Eve. Maybe incest was a worse sin than eating the crab apple? That would explain why mankind keeps deteriorating. And why when Hillary wakes up in the morning, she looks a lot like Bernie. (No wig, makeup, girdle, etc..)



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:46 PM
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originally posted by: MotherMayEye
a reply to: elementalgrove

It's always possible Bernie is the man his record says he is...but one corrupt move is enough to blackmail a politician.

I think this is likely the way the Establishment traps politicians in a system of corruption. They dig up dirt or get them to consent to something once...and then they are trapped.


I am in complete agreement with you on how they control the politicians with dirt. Matter of fact I am of the opinion that there is some truly dark sh*t going on behind the scenes.

It is simply my opinion and I am as skeptical as any one could be about any politician. It has taken a lot for me to come to the voting table and it is my sheer and utter fear of Shillary. I would prefer Trump over her any day of the week. I simply can not come to the conclusion that he does not work for her.

As far as Bernie is concerned only him and Ron Paul have ever impressed me with their positions. Difference being that right now Bernie has the momentum of an entirely new generation as well as many in mine. The positions he has taken are common sense to me. He may have a huge spending plan, but at least it does not include invading other countries and forcing them to bend to our corporate interests.

I fear that with Trump or Shillary we will have WW3, both of their comments at AIPAC have virtually stated this.



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:51 PM
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originally posted by: elementalgrove
He may have a huge spending plan, but at least it does not include invading other countries and forcing them to bend to our corporate interests.


Ah, but the machinated 'War on Terror' is a revolving door of reasons to invade, occupy, and profit from war.

At any time, it can swing exactly where our corrupt government wants to takes us.

It was a genius plan to declare a war that those covertly operating in the federal and shadow global government can perpetuate without end.
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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 09:57 PM
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originally posted by: MotherMayEye

originally posted by: elementalgrove
He may have a huge spending plan, but at least it does not include invading other countries and forcing them to bend to our corporate interests.


Ah, but the machinated 'War on Terror' is a revolving doors of reasons to invade, occupy, and profit from war.

At any time, it can swing exactly where our corrupt government wants to takes us.

It was a genius plan to declare a war that those covertly operating in the federal and shadow global can operate perpetually.



Genius of villainous proportions!

As we are witnessing in the Syria, their plans do not always go according the way they would like them to. I suppose I simply enjoying the idea that we can avoid some of the more nefarious plans of the globalists.

Regardless of how this election turns out, hopefully people will actively begin supporting third parties!



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 10:16 PM
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What do you expect? Does anyone think that our president elect won't have royal blood running through their veins?

I don't seem to have any royal blood in my family history, but it may be there. Maybe one of my relatives drank Canadian Royal Crown.
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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 10:25 PM
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originally posted by: elementalgrove

As we are witnessing in the Syria, their plans do not always go according the way they would like them to.


I am wondering if they only lose according to plan. I think they win every battle, and their plan is slow, methodical and highly successful.

I believe what we are witnessing is the Fabian Socialism tactics of the Elite-Elite.



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 10:28 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
What do you expect? Does anyone think that our president elect won't have royal blood running through their veins?

I don't seem to have any royal blood in my family history, but it may be there. Maybe one of my relatives drank Canadian Royal Crown.



Yes, this is precisely what I expect, once we have begun the process of working towards true freedom.

We have been lied to for long enough about our "democracy" the ties leading back to "royalty" have always disturbed me and although Trump/Clinton are 19th cousins and I get that this is distant, they are still inked to "royalty".



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 10:36 PM
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originally posted by: MotherMayEye

originally posted by: elementalgrove

As we are witnessing in the Syria, their plans do not always go according the way they would like them to.


I am wondering if they only lose according to plan. I think they win every battle, and their plan is slow, methodical and highly successful.

I believe what we are witnessing is the Fabian Socialism tactics of the Elite-Elite.



I have tried to link Sanders to the Fabians and was unsuccessful. This organization has disturbed me far more than any of the others, as you have stated, the elite of the elite.

I believe the what will be the downfall of the elite is their hubris. To believe that you can control chaos is laughable. For me this is a spiritual battle, going down in the minds of man. We have social engineers who have been studying and guiding us since the early 1900's. They have psychologically manipulated us since at least Bernay's book Propaganda and I do believe the people are waking up.

It is also my belief that inevitably people will remember their connection to spirit. We need this now more than ever, technology is rapidly changing the world we live in. The earth provides nothing but abundance and we do not need to profit off of each other. Common human decency is to look after one another.



posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 10:43 PM
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a reply to: elementalgrove

I think many links are hidden and I can't wait for them to be obvious. The evidence indicates both parties have been infiltrated and we're seeing Fabianism underway.

I agree, they are very scary precisely for the reason that they operate through infiltration. The first step to infiltrating the U.S. government is by infiltrating both major parties. I think that's happened.

A look at Mena, Arkansas where Bush Sr. & the CIA ran drugs -- while then-governor Bill Clinton blocked any investigation -- says we cannot rule out the possibility that both parties are overrun with criminals having a common cause.



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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 10:48 PM
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a reply to: elementalgrove

It might help to know what something like 9th cousins twice removed actually means and I imagine most people really aren't sure.

If Kerry and Bush 43 are 2nd cousins twice removed, this means that one of their great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandparents is the other's great-great-great-great-great-grandparent.

Do you know how many great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandparents a person has? 2^9 = 512.

19th great grandparents? 524,288. Doesn't seem as astonishing when you put it in proper context.

EDIT to add:

whodoyouthinkyouaremagazine.com - Are you descended from royalty?


The 13 monarchs who reigned between 1066 and 1485 fathered at least 40 bastards between them. Henry II leads the field with around 20. Descendants of Edward III, legitimate or otherwise, are believed to be in excess of 4 millions. Some experts believe that practically everyone alive with British ancestry will have a connection with this king.


also:

National Geographic - Charlemagne’s DNA and Our Universal Royalty
Lineagekeeper's Genealogy Blog - Everybody's Related To Royalty
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posted on Mar, 29 2016 @ 11:41 PM
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a reply to: elementalgrove

Wait.. Rose Fitzgerald and my grandmother are first cousins. Holy crap! By blood it's my right to RUUUULE...😈 this is fact.
However!

😉lol..I have a hard time trying to balance my checkbook. I'll be damned if I'm going to balance a country, world or anything exopolitical...
I like this thread. I love the sh!t storm that it produced.

My dad once told me. Give it time, and we're all related. Then I ask him how did he handle the divorce from mom..
He said.. Give it time and 2500 miles of space.. 😂



posted on Mar, 30 2016 @ 01:02 AM
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You have hundreds of thousands, possibly millions of 19th cousins. And some geneticist types have suggested we are all 50th cousins of one another. (Why humans are all much more related than you think)

It's a bad argument and a bit disingenuous to declare Trump and Clinton (or any two people, for that matter) are part of a plot because they are "19th cousins." Obama in fact is a 9th cousin to Dick Cheney - both have ancestry connected to a Mareen Duvall circa mid-1600's. By the time you get to 19th cousins, it can easily be most of the population. Most of you sitting at home reading this are at least 19th cousin to any number of past presidents, kings, and queens.



posted on Mar, 30 2016 @ 06:39 AM
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a reply to: elementalgrove
It is rather hysterical (to the literal definition) that people consider Trump "anti-establishment" because he is wealthy, particularly when CFR president Richard Haass is his choice, believing in free trade agreements:


HAASS: Well, again, we obviously have areas of, you know, some disagreement, to say the least, on policy. It's pretty well-known, for example, that I'm - I've long been committed to free trade. And even though while it does cost, you know, specific jobs for individual workers, on balance I think it's been a net-plus for the United States. It's created a lot of jobs. It's given consumers a lot more choice. It's driven down inflation. And strategically it has been a major force for peace in the world 'cause it creates economic interdependence.


So much for bringing back American jobs.

And even more absurd is when Trump supporters call Sanders a 'socialist' in a derogatory manner, when Trump himself preached government health care during his first run as president. But lets not let facts get in the way of fanaticism.



posted on Mar, 30 2016 @ 10:28 AM
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originally posted by: Blackmarketeer
Most of you sitting at home reading this are at least 19th cousin to any number of past presidents, kings, and queens.


This right here is something I find hard to believe.

But that is because it seems to me that the elite have historically networked within themselves through marriage and what appears to be a disturbing amount of incest to avoid the mixing of their blood with the "peasants".

Granted if you follow the idea that we came from Adam and Eve than we all do go back to the same origins. I subscribe more towards their being a bloodline that goes back ages, that have withheld our origins and manipulated knowledge in order to remain our "masters".



posted on Mar, 30 2016 @ 10:31 AM
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originally posted by: SargonThrall
a reply to: elementalgrove
It is rather hysterical (to the literal definition) that people consider Trump "anti-establishment" because he is wealthy, particularly when CFR president Richard Haass is his choice, believing in free trade agreements:


HAASS: Well, again, we obviously have areas of, you know, some disagreement, to say the least, on policy. It's pretty well-known, for example, that I'm - I've long been committed to free trade. And even though while it does cost, you know, specific jobs for individual workers, on balance I think it's been a net-plus for the United States. It's created a lot of jobs. It's given consumers a lot more choice. It's driven down inflation. And strategically it has been a major force for peace in the world 'cause it creates economic interdependence.


So much for bringing back American jobs.

And even more absurd is when Trump supporters call Sanders a 'socialist' in a derogatory manner, when Trump himself preached government health care during his first run as president. But lets not let facts get in the way of fanaticism.


Precisely!

I have realized that I should have emphasized the CFR more and ignored their connection as distant cousins. Some people have dismissed both, I do not understand how you can say, "well all politicians are affiliated with the CFR", no they are not!

As far as the cousin thing is concerned, given that the people who created the CRF, UN, multiple monopolies, were originally Eugenicists, I see no reason for them to not be concerned with the blood their chosen puppets have!

Thank you for clearly understanding Trumps connection with Haass!



posted on Oct, 15 2016 @ 03:36 PM
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This needs a bump! Badly!

People need this information to be engraved in their minds... Or we're already doomed.

I used to work at the House of Reps in DC, and when I was doing a website backup for a leaving congressmen I found out his WIFE was replacing him in his district... This appalled me but this trump and clinton relation bothers me even more and shows that my previous notions as a kid that our votes really don't matter weren't just some weird childish belief of Global corruption but a very plausible concept.

Why doesn't ATS blow this up like other threads?



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