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Lord Rothschild Backs John McCain

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posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 05:05 PM
reply to post by GradyPhilpott

Yep. I have try to learn your system, but also the teachers seems to be uncertain in too many issues. I think nobody does really understand your systems so well... Why it has to be so difficult anyway? I think that is the reason, to keep us out, and just listen the official statements...

I am a global supporter of Ron Paul and I am very dissapointed how your system crush the real wisdom, words of your last hope, and mess yhe democracy and hack the open debates. Vote rigging was clear in NH, and after that too. Your media pick up the presidents, not the people.

I think that I dont need any new lessons about frauds, expandings, Faux News and F... Franks polls... I think your system has nothing to do with real democracy.

Your REP nominee is constitutional illegal: Born outside US, and made treasons in time of his POW in Vietnam, I have looked the evidence in Vets against McCain. And now there is a win-win to CFR and Illuminati.

I live in EU, border country with Russia. Ive Been there tens of times... Nothing to complain. Their system is not perfect, but who had that? Development has been incredible all these years, and I think their leaders Medvedev and Putin are very sophisticated and talented mans...

And their people support their leaders very strong. Thats most important.

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 06:01 PM
reply to post by JanusFIN

He was born outside the US to US citizens. That makes no differance. I was born overseas as well, so should I choose to do so I can certainly run for President.

Those accusations are hearsay so far as I've ever been able to discover. I would like to hear Mr. McCain address them, but it's not required of him, so I'm not holding my breath.

Treason is a huge accusation. Before you, and others, go tossing it around, a little evidence other than hearsay is required. Innocent 'til proven guilty.

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 06:27 PM
Cue the Music, Trust me.... Not the song i wanted, but gets the poitn across

Ladies and Gentalmen.. the true people be hind the Canidates...

Powerful Foregien investment Bankers, that many years ago, rigged the system, and now we are at the MErcy of that system.

We are given the chocie between 2 people, Both of which will be submissive to those that put them in power, no not the American People YOU FOOL, where do you think you live the USA? The president of the United states will only be a Pawn for the Big Banks, so they can take more of our money, and put it into thier buddies pockets...

If the Rothechilds support McCain, then it looks like we are going to get one Big dose of Jaun McCain this election... all because the Hildabeast couldn't hold her lead...

Anyways.. back to the show!!!!!!!!!

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 06:44 PM
McCain was born in the Panama Canal Zone on a military base to his US citizen parents.

I've heard arguments on both sides of the issue, but there seems to be no reason why he cannot run for president.

McCain signed a confession during his captivity. That's hardly treason. All the other statements against McCain are irrelevant. He served honorably. That's what counts.

What's a global supporter of Ron Paul?

Thanks for your interest, but this is a US election.

As for the Lord's fund raising dinner, only Americans will be allowed as only Americans can contribute to US candidates.

Read the article.

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 06:54 PM

Originally posted by GradyPhilpott

As for the Lord's fund raising dinner, only Americans will be allowed as only Americans can contribute to US candidates.

Read the article.

Yeah right, both parties are guilty of taking foreign political donations.

Read this article.

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 07:28 PM
reply to post by seagull

I'm in total agreement with you. I don't plan on shirking my responsibility when it's time to vote. And I'll be sure to check the status of my registration every month for 3 months before the election. Because, if you let it go too long (and it turns out to be a 'questionable ballot' simply can't participate. It makes me sad when I see people who say "why vote?" Especially since I lived in Florida in 2000 and Ohio in 2004.

I'd love to know why elections are on Tuesday...why not a day when everyone can easily vote? Who is home and free on a Tuesday besides retirees? Why not 'election week'? Why not have the polling stations open all week so that people with conflicting schedules, or places with very few voting machines (poor neighborhoods) don't end up losing participants? My daughter stood in line 10 hours to be able to vote in her first Presidential election (on campus).

And mandatory....aren't elections mandatory in Australia? If you're a male over 18, you can't have a driver's license unless you register for the "selective service" seems voting is as important as potential draftees.

Maybe there are sound reasons for the regulations being the way they are, but it seems it could be much better.

Do we really still need the electoral college? It seems only fair that the man with the most votes wins (nothing personal Hillary).

And what's up with speech writers? Did Abraham Lincoln have someone write his speeches? I want to hear what the candidates have to say on the issues...not what some spin doctor wants me to hear.

Sorry...rant over...but it makes me wonder....

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 07:46 PM

Originally posted by whaaa
Read this article.

Regardless of who does it, it's illegal.

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 10:13 PM
reply to post by Beefcake

Well hes a cinch then.
I'm placing my bet.
I lost with the first Romney long ago before he was even a candidate.

Yeah, Nixon was Rothschild's man back then I suppose.

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 10:34 PM
This does not necessarily mean McCain is going to win. It could be to throw everyone off the NWO. If Rothschild backs McCain, and McCain loses then what does that say about Rothschild? It says that he is not a part of the NWO. So as of right now just sit back and enjoy the show.

posted on Mar, 16 2008 @ 10:56 PM

Lady Lynn de Rothschild throws her support behind Hillary

Lady Lynn is the wife of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, member of the banking family of Rothschild. I'm sure you can probably find a Rothschild supporting each and every candidate.

Read my lips. It DOESN'T MATTER who gets elected. They are all owned by the international banking cartel called Rothschild.

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:31 AM
reply to post by DimensionalDetective

McCain is going to win. Not a doubt in my mind. I am a GOP man and he scares the hell out of me. Reminds me of Nixon. The only plus side is that the rest of the world will play nice with his crazy ass in the Oval Office.

Bush will look like a hippy when we look back after 8 years of McCain. However with all that said, he is a hell of a lot better than any of the train wrecks the dems have out there....But thankfully you dems are great at putting a Republican in the White House.

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 03:41 AM
reply to post by GradyPhilpott

yeah Putin is a real "freedom loving" guy. Whatever, the guy put his hand picked cabin boy into office and pretty much made himself zsar.

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 05:58 AM
*bends over and grabs Ankles*

I would advise everyone else do this as well... If McCain wins, we'll all need to; just to get the Government off our backs.

Christ... Someone stop this S(blank blank blank) already.

Can someone convince Ron Paul and Ralph Nader to join forces?

Theres a ticket I could vote for with 0 remorse.

Jeez. I really hate McCain now... Which sucks. 8 years ago I would've voted for him. Now he's crazier than Clinton on a sexual bender. (and yes... I'm a democrat... =P )


posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 11:45 AM
I honestly don't know who is going to win. I also think even the controllers don't know at this point. I think this is all part of the fun for them, each of the power brokers use the means at each of their disposal to get "their guy" in.
Whoever wins the contest between the elite gets a pat on the back and a "good show old chap."

As for who would be worse i say Hillary is the worst because of her push on mandated health care, it sounds good but in the end the government will take your kid. Hillary is same as McCain only McCain isn't for socialised medicine.

Obama is more like a Manchurian candidate completely handled and will become anything they want him to be but with Brezinski in his corner i say a new war with Russia will be in teh cards with an Obama Presidency.

McCains is about as worthless as they come. Even his father was involved in the U.S.S. Liberty debacle and plenty of people in the military say he flipped for special treatment and that they favored him because they new he was part of "American Royalty," whatever that means. At least with McCain we will just get more Bush but possibly war with Iran.

All in all pretty pathetic candidates. Ron Paul was the best by far but if he got in a false flag would happen and they would say its because he was soft or they would just shoot him. We may not have time to think about it with a looming depression so thats a plus

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 12:15 PM
would the moderators of this site please remove the John McCain for president ad...the site of this man makes me sick. this illuminati scum is backed by another illuminati scum.

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 12:47 PM
reply to post by Equinox99

OK then. Don't place any bets.

Obama is against the war, so is Hillary.

Hill might be peer pressured to fade away like her universal health plan.

McCain is for the war. Or so he says to cow tow to the rulers.

What ever makes me successful I'll say.

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 01:04 PM
reply to post by themillersdaughter

I find this interesting.. "Not so far left that i cannot cross party lines" ..

Do people even know what a Libertarian is??

How can you go from mid to far left Liberal to super far right Libertarian?

Super small government.. getting rid of things like health care and welfare and getting the federal government out of education.. lowering taxes.. I mean.. a Liberal lowering taxes? .. We are talking straight constitutionalism here..

So I am wondering.. how does one cross the boundry, all the while talking down conservatives?

(Republicans and Libertarians don't even get along because Libertarians consider Republicans to be Liberals..)

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 01:22 PM
That should say it all. McCain is in the CFR, he's backed by Rothschilds, he's backed by the Bush family, he's backed by Bilderberg criminal Henry Kissinger, his advisers are calling for the destruction of Islam...

American Idol sure did come off of that writers strike at a good time.

It's amazing to me what is going on. I mean, all of that is in the news and/or is already known, and to top it off, Americans as a majority don't support Bush and don't support the Iraq war, yet they nominate the guy who is supported by Bush and is the strongest supporter of the Iraq war.

Am I missing something in that line of thinking? Do I just not get it? I mean, am I just not in the loop here?

posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 01:54 PM
Until voting day is a national holiday were screwed . Drop the economy enough so regular people cant take a day off to vote and your have control. Only those with enough loot to vote can/will. So you ensure your friends get to vote but not the rest of the people .

posted on Mar, 18 2008 @ 12:49 AM
reply to post by themillersdaughter

Don't worry about the primaries. Only Nov. matters. With Ron Paul essentially out, I'd like to see him get picked up as VP running mate for Libertarian Party frontrunner, Wayne Allyn Root -- don't let the initials scare you off. I feel he is tough on DEFENSE... not offensives.

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