(MakeItEightEh?) – At 84, it seemed odd that Queen Elizabeth II made a special trip to New York to pay respect to the 9/11 victims, and in addressing the U.N. assembly claimed, “the waging of peace is the hardest form of leadership of all.” We don’t usually hear the term, “waging of” followed by anything other than “war”. So, in this case, it was indeed an odd twist.
But, the comment is actually in keeping with the intent of the globalist leaders that, according to Queen Elizabeth II, must wage peace to address the issues of “terrorism” and “climate change”. The Bilderberg Group must have been comforted to get the support of the Queen of England. And, it would seem, the Bilderberg influence has shaped U.S. military efforts over the past while as well. The “waging of peace” has support by those responsible to sell the concept to the American people and the world. Continue reading →
(Rense) – Regarding the queens speech to the United Nations, we were told by the British Mission to the United Nations that the queen “Will be taking a global perspective. She will touch on progress made since she was last here and challenges that remain.”
For a woman who says she is not head of any country-only titular head of state of 16 countries including Australia, Canada and New Zealand and the nominal representative of 54 governments in the British Commonwealth, who is fooling who? Why should be the people of the world listen to a little old lady from Britain? The answer is because her hereditary demands it. Read More Here
(KurtNimmo) – Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney told the gathered at CPAC Obama needs to stop blaming Bush for the deficit and high unemployment. “When it comes to pinning the blame, let’s pin the blame on the donkey,” Romney told at the event that should be renamed NeoconPAC. Continue reading →
(Telegraph) – Britain would have been divided into 12 regions governed by Cabinet ministers in the wake of a nuclear conflict with the Soviet Union, according to a secret War Book released for the first time. Continue reading →
Note: The previous version of this list, translated from Greek via an automated translation device, has seriously distorted quite of a few of the names on this list. Infowars staff have gone over this list twice; if you have information on the people with question marks (?), please send an email to email@example.com. Continue reading →