maanantai 4. helmikuuta 2008

Aftonbladet ja Expressen : Röyhkeyden huippu

Tässä Expressen mukaan ne viisi "jäljellä olevaa ehdokasta."
















Tässä "jäljellä olevat ehdokkaat" Aftonbladetin mukaan.







Tässä luovuttaneet ehdokkaat saman lehden mukaan:









http://www.aftonbladet.se/nyheter/usavalet/article1762163.ab

Ruotsin lehdistö on jo saanut tietoonsa että Ron Paul on luovuttanut presidenttikilvassa. Mistähän selvänäkijältä ovat tietonsa kaivaneet.

4 kommenttia:

JanusFIN kirjoitti...

Taitavat seurata jotakin AP:n "sisäpiiripalstaa"

Lehtitalojen editoreille löytyy varmasti kabinetit, jossa tarpeellista sisäpiiritietoa jaetaan siitä, kuinka kansaa tulee opettaa ajattelemaan.

Kuten on yleiset lehdistötiedotteet, on varmasti "suunnatut" toimittajatiedotteet, ja myös editoreiden (päätoimittajien) blogit...

Kun koko länsimaailman "mainstream" seuraa tuota samaa agendaa, joten jokin keino heitä selkeästi ohjaa. Konsensuksesta näkee vain vähän poikkeuksia, ja kun muistaa kuinka utelias ihminen on aidolta luonteeltaan, tuntuu lehdistön käytös Ron Paulin kohdalla olevan jyrkän kieltävä.

Kee kirjoitti...
Kirjoittaja on poistanut tämän kommentin.
Lars Osterman kirjoitti...

Niin ei tarvi nähdä salaliittoa .- mutta kylläkin peinten pirien konsensuksia joista ei ulkopuolisille tai kansalle kerrota. USA:ssa CFR. Englannissa RIIA. Suomessa ehkä vapaamuurarit, Rotaryt tai/ja Keskiviikkokerho.

Tässä ote Daniel Estulinin kirjasta The True Storey of the Bilderberg Group. Kappalesta 10 alku:

"At the end of Wilson's term in 1921, House and like-minded
sympathizers established the Council on Foreign Relations. From the
outset, their commitment to form a one-world government based on a
centralized global financing system attracted the strangest mix of
capitalist and socialist, opportunist and idealist. Among the
potpourri of American elitists at that first meeting were the rich and
famous.

Within a year, the Rockefeller and Carnegie Foundations agreed to
finance the CFR's agenda and growth. President Franklin Roosevelt is
responsible for filling the State Department with CFR members in 1940,
and subsequent generations of CFR-placed staff have run it ever since.

The CFR is headquartered in New York in the Harold Pratt House, a
four-story mansion on the corner of Park Avenue and 68th Street. The
widow of an heir to the Standard Oil Rockefeller fortune - Charles
Pratt - donated the building to their use in 1929. In 2006, over 4,000
of America's leading Establishment are members (term or life) of the
CFR. Although the CFR is very influential in government, it remains
off the radar screen to most Americans. Only one person in five
thousand knows about the organization, while even fewer are aware of
its real purposes.

During the first fifty years of its existence, the CFR received rare
media coverage. Such anonymity might seem strange until you view a CFR
membership list. It includes top executives from the New York Times,
the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal,
NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, Time, Fortune, Business Week, U.S. News and World
Report, along with many others. Since the media are part of the
group's think-tank sessions, we have to question their "discretion."
If it is overdone, why? Why would they censor themselves?

When asked this question at a CIA gathering nearly 25 years ago, CFR
member Katherine Graham, the legendary Washington Post publisher, told
the audience, "There are some things the general public does not need
to know about us and shouldn't."

In fact, the CFR's systemic conspiracy has been mentioned more than
once in the past by some of America's leading individuals. As early as
March 26, 1922, John F. Hylan, Mayor of New York, in a speech said,
"The real menace of our republic is the invisible government, which,
like a giant octopus, sprawls its slimy length over our city, state
and nation. At the head is a small group of banking houses generally
referred to as 'international bankers.' This little coterie of
powerful international bankers virtually runs our government for their own selfish ends."

juuso kirjoitti...

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