Have Bilderberg Kingmakers Selected Perry for Giuliani Running Mate?
Globalist fingerprints cover frontrunners of both parties
Daniel TaylorOld Thinker NewsWednesday, December 12, 2007
As reported by the Star-Telegram, Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to "...campaign on behalf of Giuliani wherever he is needed." Perry denies any intent to become his vice president, but given his attendance of the 2007 Bilderberg meeting in Istanbul Turkey, this denial rings hollow to those who follow Bilderberg activities.
Local media in Texas picked up on Perry's scheduled attendance of Bilderberg 2007.
Perry's campaign buddy Rudy Giuliani presented David Rockefeller - a regular attendant of Bilderberg conferences - with a U.N award in 1993, commenting on his status as a "...member of the advisory council of the Bilderberg conference."
The Democratic frontrunner, Hillary Clinton, has received the full endorsement of Lynn Forester de Rothschild, the wife of Sir Evelyn Rothschild. In an interview with Portfolio magazine, Lynn stated,
"First of all, Hillary will be good for America. And so if we care about our country —which all of my fellow capitalists do —we'll be very pleased that she's president."
The Bush administration appears to be clearing the way for another Clinton presidency, as former Clinton officials are being appointed. As reported by the Times online,
"BUSH administration officials are paving the way for a smooth transition to a possible Democratic presidency as Hillary Clinton consolidates her position as the overwhelming favourite to win her party’s nomination for the 2008 election. ...
In the clearest sign of a shift in gear, Gates is to appoint John Hamre, a former official in President Bill Clinton’s administration, to chair the Defense Policy Board once led by Richard Perle, a leading neoconservative advocate of the invasion of Iraq. The board’s job will be to prepare for the transition to a new administration in 2008, according to a Pentagon spokesman."
As usual, the horses in the race are bought and paid for, as globalist fingerprints cover the frontrunners of both parties. It remains to be seen whether Perry's political activities will turn into something greater, but it commands attention. Will the establishment turn to Giuliani, or Hillary? Either way, plenty of strings are attached to both.