Power is about bloodlines


It’s 1963.  A supposedly chance meeting was recorded in The White House garden between JFK and Bill Clinton aged 16, an encounter which was well photographed.  JFK didn’t shake hands with the others by the look of the picture.  Something about the look of the two suggests more than just a chance encounter, maybe even a blood relationship.  It is possible that JFK had illegitimate children.  Are there facial features in common?


Illegitimates often have a desperate need to compete with the bloodline which rejected them.  Blair, it is suggested, is the illegitimate son of a Rothschild, for example.  They will do literally anything to get the power they crave.   It is partly the wealth they control behind the scenes which explains the survival of the bloodlines.  It is also the ruthless ambition to stay at the top, which is especially prevalent in illegitimate children.

As for Hillary, if she wasn’t married to Bill Clinton, what would there be in her record to suggest she’d be suitable to be elected as President of The United States.  Does the USA want to be dragged back into the nightmare of the 1990s when the Clintons last held office?  It would be effectively putting Bill Clinton back into the Presidency.


3 Responses to “Power is about bloodlines”

  1. Men Scryfa says:

    Fritz Springmeier spent 10 Years in a Federal Stockade for a crime he did not commit just for writing. He got off lighter than many.

  2. Nollidge says:

    It would be interesting to know who Clinton’s mother was working for when she fell pregnant. I haven’t been able to find any pictures of either ALLEGED parent on the net. Certainly Clinton has had serious protection from some entity. I did read an allegation years ago that his true father was a Rockefeller. & a branch of that family has had a state governor in Arkansas, but not at the time of the conception.
    Blair’s ancestry is almost certainly Jewish,which is why there’s been no real investigation of it by the MSM.

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