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Obama Fever, or is it PNAC Fever

January 6, 2008

From what I am picking up around the internet is Obama fever has hit after the Iowa Caucus. However, did anyone pick up that his stance on the Middle East, was taken basically from the PNAC agenda?


Of course, the United States must be prudent in how it exercises its power. But we cannot safely avoid the responsibilities of global leadership or the costs that are associated with its exercise. America has a vital role in maintaining peace and security in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

If we shirk our responsibilities, we invite challenges to our fundamental interests. The history of the 20th century should have taught us that it is important to shape circumstances before crises emerge, and to meet threats before they become dire. The history of this century should have taught us to embrace the cause of American leadership.


It is time to turn the page. When I am President, we will wage the war that has to be won, with a comprehensive strategy with five elements: getting out of Iraq and on to the right battlefield in Afghanistan and Pakistan; developing the capabilities and partnerships we need to take out the terrorists and the world’s most deadly weapons; engaging the world to dry up support for terror and extremism; restoring our values; and securing a more resilient homeland.

Did you notice that the last link was from the CFR website? Well, Obama is a standing member of the CFR, and is one of the candidates they are using to stack the deck in their favor. Here is Obama’s profile on the CFR’s website.

Obama supports the SPP, as do all other CFR candidates. The other CFR candidates are:

Democrat CFR Candidates:
Barack Obama
Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Chris Dodd
Bill Richardson

Republican CFR Candidates:
Mitt Romney
Rudy Giuliani
John McCain
Fred Thompson
Newt Gingrich

So as you can see they have all their bases covered. It is not just Obama, but all the candidates that have a shot.

Below is a Youtube of Barock Obama talking about NAFTA during the debates.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. coastx permalink
    December 8, 2009 8:25 pm

    Yes, undeniably PNAC agenda. Worse yet, Freemasonry and a secrecy code dating to the Sanhedrin. Freemasons evolved the illuminati after their union with the Knights Templar in England late 1500. The two were initially the Mystery Forces Religion and Knight’s Templar of England, the composit of which was changed to be more politically correct, including converting temples to lodges. If true, the Knight’s Templar did in fact amass a huge treasure which became the economical basis of the Illuminati, this high-ranking Freemason status sustained through current involvement with Bilderberg. On a sidenote, Bilderberg evolved from a US project called the China Project.

    Crazy as it seems, Bilderberg is inexorably embedded in immense conflict of interest issues in US politics, and politicians know this but maintain anonymity in keeping with huge benefits arising from genocide and theocracide in the middle east. The reward is control of vast amounts of mineral and petroleum wealth throughout the middle east, and this will ultimately come under control of the PNAC, because the US constitution is about to fall to a PNAC incursion converting it to a charter like has been done in every one of 80 countries already consigned to the PNAC “constitutions”. Again, PNAC constitutions are charters completely under PNAC control.

    No good will come of this, because Islam will not be defeated. The worst is yet to come when Islam begins fighting back.

    Do know Obama is a 32nd degree freemason. So was Joseph Smith. Adolph Hitler was believed to have been a Freemason as well and split from the organization’s global plan when he realized his powers would be limited under their agenda. He attacked the jews because it was they who motivated the third Reich.

    For more info, go to my Word Press, coastx.


  2. muriel_volestrangler permalink
    January 18, 2008 12:47 am

    The PNAC has effectively disbanded, but many of its members are involved in the Henry Jackson Society in the UK. See an analysis of the similarity between the ‘Committee for a Strong Europe’ which was proclaimed as a successor to the PNAC and the Henry Jackson Society, that I wrote in April 2006 here:


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