World Government Agenda Binds Frontrunners

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sat, 02/09/2008 - 2:59pm.

Both the Democratic and Republican FRONTRUNNERS in the 2008 presidential race have a common goal: WORLD GOVERNANCE! 

Hillary Clinton now enjoys the support of Lynn Forester de Rothschild, as well as the Anglo American establishment's Rockefeller family. Neoconservatives Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh have joined the establishment in supporting the Democratic candidate. John McCain has also received the endorsement of Henry Kissinger.

The common bond between the two candidates goes further than their globalist supporters. They both share a vision of world government in one form or another, a vision also held by their globalist backers.

Clinton congratulated Walter Cronkite for his 1999 Global Governance award, saying "For decades you've told us the way it is, and tonight we honor you for fighting for the way it could be."

John McCain's globalist stance came to light in a speech he gave to the Hoover Institution. A transcript for this speech is carried on the Council on Foreign Relations website. McCain stated in the May 2007 speech that he desires a "...worldwide League of Democracies" that would form an " order of peace based on freedom." The new league would accompany the United Nations, stated McCain. He stated,

"This League of Democracies would not supplant the United Nations or other international organizations. It would complement them. But it would be the one organization where the world's democracies could come together to discuss problems and solutions on the basis of shared principles and a common vision of the future. If I am elected president, I will call a summit of the world's democracies in my first year to seek the views of my democratic counterparts and begin exploring the practical steps necessary to realize this vision."

World government is on the horizon. Both frontrunners - with globalist strings attached to every limb - will usher in the "new global order" as the elite's agenda moves full speed ahead.

by Daniel Taylor - February 9, 2008 - posted at 

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Sat, 02/09/2008 - 2:59pm.