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You're Not Special: Nice guys make bad presidents

March 12, 2008
By Rahul Kanakia
"I don’t trust Barack Obama. His stump speech tells Americans that we can rise above our differences. He says that politics does not have to be a fight. Instead, we can just sit down and talk out our problems. And if I just have the audacity to hope, then no dilemma is without a solution. If that is what he really thinks, he is just being naive and he will be an ineffectual president.--Our president should be someone who doesn’t need to rely on flowing rhetoric to accomplish her aims. She should be so certain that what she is doing is right that she is willing to knock the opposition to the ground, and then kick them when they’re down.It doesn’t matter whether you agree with me or not. Over the next two months Hillary Clinton is going to systematically destroy Barack Obama." Email Rahul at

Ted Rudow III,MA

Hillary Clinton has stated that there is a "vast right-wing conspiracy" pursuing an agenda of Clinton bashing for "personal power and profit." She is right about the conspiracy. She is right about the pursuit of power and profit. She is wrong about where it originates.

When Bill Clinton accepted the Democratic Party's nomination for president he said that the man who started him on the road to his "New Covenant" was Carroll Quigley. He taught at Harvard. His book,"Tragedy and Hope",documents the existence of a powerful international "network" whose goal was "nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands" (see page 324) "able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole."

Quigley acknowledged the intellectual originators of the plot as John Ruskin of England's Oxford University and his pet pupil, Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes had some major league help from the Rothschild banking empire. He "left part of his fortune to found the Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford" to train young and ambitious students for the "secret society". Bill Clinton, a Quigley student, Rhodes Scholar, is following the Quigley blueprint. It wasn't sent to me in the vast right-wing conspiracy newsletter. It is in the book, "Tragedy and Hope."
Who better to know than Bill,one of their own. There you have it in their own words! Now you have this confirmation from their own mouth, which they'll deny, of course, just like they do the Protocols. "If we were really going to do such a thing," they'll say, "we'd certainly never publish a book on it, or allow one to be published on it."
Well, if you don't believe they're doing such a thing and you don't believe the book, just look around at the evidence that surrounds you, which is getting more and more obvious every day as they're getting more and more blatant!

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