The man in charge during 9/11? Clearly it wasn’t George Bush.

 

He was too busy reading a story book to school children, and then flying aimlessly from one part of the country to another.

 

Back in Washington DC, the contingency government was operating smoothly and according to plan.

 

Whose plan?

 

You’ll never guess.

 

Hint: It was a Bush, but not “W”

 

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The body language says it all

By the turn of the last century, the Rockefeller family and its associates had a virtual monopoly over the oil and mineral resources of the world.

Not much has changed since.

Over the years, the group has created and/or taken control of a dizzying array of politicians, news media, academic institutions, think tanks and foundations to further its aims.

No one gets to be a serious candidate for President of the United States without being under their control and domination and all White Houses pick Rockefeller employees for its top slots.

Nixon had Henry Kissinger (a Rockefeller agent), Reagan had Bush Sr, and Bush Jr. has Dick Cheney. And on it goes.

Two noteworthy quotes from this video:

* “The (Rockefeller) family has a long history of strengthening the bonds of friendship throughout the Americas.”

In fact, the Rockefellers are despised by the people of Latin America.

There’s not a Latin American dictator that the family did not have friendly relations with.

If a dictator didn’t exist, the family provided one. Under the direction of Rockefeller employee Henry Kissinger, the US initiated and then supported a reign of terror in Chile after organizing the violent overthrow of its democratically elected president.

* “We are able to go about our business here in the Americas and throughout the world with confidence and security because we know the strength of this government stands behind us.”

Our business? What business exactly is that? And why should the strength of this or any government stand behind a private commercial enterprise?

To the public and the press, Cheney is a sneering, snarling mad dog.

In front of Rockefeller, he’s groveling and obsequious and Rockefeller rewards him accordingly with a pat on the head: “Good boy!”

Here’s the real power in the US. Just look at the body language. It could not be any plainer.

 

 

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