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President Obama’s Rise Due to “Blue Blood” Ancestry or power of American Dream?


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Comment by Lola Flores
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 Believe what you will but Obama's rise to power was as a result of 8 whole years of Bush and Cheney!

Comment by Dave Hodges
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Just last night, I was contacted by an individual who wanted to appear on my  radio show with this same information- He just forwarded me his version of proof and it is eerily similar to what you have posted.

Do you remember when it was revealed in the MSM that Bush and Kerry were cousins and both were members of Skull and Bones? Then, of course, after a short run, the stories disappeard faster than an Air France Plane departing South America.

Why must all governments seemingly evolve into a monarchy?

Thanks for the very enlightening post.

Dave Hodges

Comment by Anonymous
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No he was installed and paid off by the banks as a junior senator. For what? As Henry Kissinger recently put it, when he was celebrating U.S.-China relations on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Obama’s mission is to usher in a “New World Order.” He forgot to mention, of course, that it is a China-dominated New World Order in which the U.S. has become a subsidiary of China Inc. f you examine the nature of the “Group of Thirty,” an affiliation which appears at the bottom of his biography, right after his Council on Foreign Relations membership, you will quickly learn that the President of the New York Federal Reserve Bank is an associate of the governor of the Chinese central bank through this mysterious organization of bankers and other top current and former officials from various countries. You will notice that other Obama nominees and associates are members, including Paul Volcker and Lawrence Summers. You will also learn that this organization has been funded by―surprise―some of the same financial institutions getting federal bailout money. These include American International Group, Goldman Sachs and Citi, among others. Because it has a website and publishes an annual report, all of this seems open and above board. But the fine print reveals that some of the meetings are by “invitation only.”

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