Bilderberg Hacking U.S. Elections

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Bilderberg Hacking U.S. Elections
May 16, 2012

Aaron Dykes delves into the latest revelations concerning the elite Bilderberg group ahead of their annual meeting.

antikakistocrat's picture
Apr. 18, 2012 3:41 pm


To the folks who will get offended by the linking of Alex Jones... get over it. You can listen to BOTH!

One of the many troubling patterns on this site is that WE can ALL see that voter fraud is going on in the Republican primary. We all know this. Even comedy shows point out the mainstreams dissing of Ron Paul.

So according to the dinosaurs of this site... as long as it isn't happening to the "Democrats"... it's somehow, OK.

Listen... if voter fraud is happening ANYWHERE in the United States, it should concern us towards action.

If they can do it in the primaries... why couldn't they do it in the general?

It's classic, "ORWELLIAN" doublethink.

EXAMPLE: For 3 years I've listened to the radio and hear people say that we've got to "make" Obama stick to his campaign promises (like the FDR speech). Then... openly cheer for the WORST candidate to oppose him.


"LOGIC" should dictate that you want the BEST challenger to bring out the BEST in you. In this case, it's obviously Ron Paul.

Who wouldn't want to see Obama, a Harvard graduate in Constitutional Law, debate a Constitutional advocate in Ron Paul? We all know that would be the best scenario for our country.

But our egos... well, that's another story altogether. We've GOT to be on the "winning side"... that validates our intelligence and integrity.


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Fletcher Christian
Feb. 15, 2012 12:49 pm

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