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Tuesday, 16 December 2014

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Keeping it (U.S.) in the Family. Jeb's bro.

To Jeb Bush, brother of George. W. Bush on his announcement to stand for the presidency of the U.S., numerous greetings and best wishes have been flooding in.

Well-wishers include Halliburton, Citibank, Chase Bank, World Bank, Barclay's Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank, the Bank of England, Ford Foundation, Carnegie Institute, the Rothchild family, Guggenheims, Rockefellers, the CIA, Department of Homeland Securities, Hollywood, U.S. arms manufacturers, NASA, Tavistock Institute London, Queen Elizabeth and family, Tony Blair, Barack Obama, the Clintons, Bono of U2, Lady Gaga, the Grand Masonic Lodges of America, Europe, Australia and Gt. Britain, the United Nations, the Skull and Bones Society Yale, the Mafia, the unseen principalities and powers of the cosmos; ex Pope Ratzinger, wherever he is; and present Pope Francis, whoever he is,... to name but a few.

Those bitterly disappointed to hear the news are the sane, intelligent people of the planet who have no invested interest in the proliferation and exploitation of human suffering by means of mind control and war, the wholesale destruction of democratically elected government or the amassing of fascist, elitest, dictatorial power by the deranged few over their fellow man.

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