September 1, 2011
Appearing on the Alex Jones Show yesterday, Rep. Ron Paul said the American people need to wake up and look at presidential candidate Rick Perry’s record and not be taken in by his patriot rhetoric.
“The people have to realize when they look at his record… that he is a flip-flopper,” Paul said, pointing out the fact that Rick Perry supported Hillarycare in 1993.
Since declaring his candidacy last month, Perry has attacked both Obama and fellow challenger Mitt Romney on universal healthcare.
A letter heaping praise on Clinton’s proposal surfaced in 2005 when Perry was running against Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison for Texas governor. “I think your efforts in trying to reform the nation’s health care system are most commendable,” Perry told Clinton.
Paul said Perry may “walk off” with the presidency if the American people do not wake up and realize there is little difference between Republicans and Democrats, as evidenced by Perry’s support for healthcare at gunpoint and his role as Al Gore’s Texas campaign manager in 1988. Perry claims he did not know at the time Gore was a radical global warmist.
Jones added that Perry – despite his phony states’ rights and Tea Party rhetoric – is a dyed in the wool globalist who worked behind the scenes to implement a Trans-Texas Corridor slicing through Texas from the Mexican border to Oklahoma. Perry proposed that the border-busting project be financed by private contractors (principally Cintra in Spain) in exchange for the right to levy tolls in Texas.
Perry’s Trans-Texas Corridor typifies the globalist approach to “free trade” where national sovereignty is methodically destroyed. “The Trans Texas Corridor is a big step forward on the road to a North American Union. The concept of the NAU is incompatible with the principles of the Declaration of Independence. Continental ‘Unions’ are the pathway that leads to world governance,” writes Michael Shaw.
As we noted in June, Rick Perry has received the Bilderberg seal of approval and the establishment plans to run him against Obama next year.
“Speculation that Perry is the Bilderberg group’s ace card was prompted by the current political climate, which can largely be gleaned from the fact that Perry is a longtime, unwavering supporter of the NAFTA Superhighway and related infrastructure projects,” wrote AFP’s Jim Tucker in June. “These pave the way for the Bilderberg-supported North American Union (NAU) proposal that would merge the U.S., Canada and Mexico.”
Perry demonstrated his contempt for the law when he traveled to Istanbul, Turkey, in 2007 to attend the Bilderberg meeting. The Logan Act bars public officials from meeting with private citizens to make policy. “The fact that Bilderberg has a proven track record of creating consensus for policy that is enacted shortly down the line also betrays the group as wholly undemocratic and criminal in its secrecy, further violating the Logan Act,” Paul Joseph Watson wrote at the time.
Perry also pushed through the property rights shredding SB 1048, a bill implementing public private partnerships, or P3s, that “are part and parcel of the United Nations’ Agenda 21,” Terri Hall wrote for San Antonio Transportation Policy Examiner on August 15. “Two of the purposes of Agenda 21 are to abolish private property and restrict mobility and P3s act as the vehicle to do it. Perry made P3s a centerpiece of his transportation policy since he stepped in as governor.”
Perry demonstrated his affinity for eugenics and the globalists when he issued an executive order in 2007 mandating all school girls get Gardasil injections. Fortunately for Texan school girls, the legislature overturned Perry’s order, issued at the behest of pharma giant Merck & Co.
“He tried to be a good Republican by doing what big business lobbyists paid him to do and now finds that conflicts directly with what the good Republicans of the anti-vaccine religious right want him to do. He cannot have it both ways, so he’s chosen the latter,” writes Jim Edwards, relying on the false right-vs-left paradigm to explain Perry’s actions.
In fact, as this chart reveals, Merck and other pharma corporations have donated money to both political parties, which are the same political party, as Ron Paul notes in the above interview with Alex Jones.
Depopulation through eugenics is a cornerstone of the elite’s philosophy. The Carnegie Corporation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Ford Foundation have all push “population control” for over a century. In 1952, the Rockefellers established the Population Council, a eugenics operation.
As we have documented, the Rockefeller Foundation has pioneered “anti-fertility vaccines” and worked with the UN Population Fund, World Bank and World Health Organization to reduce world population.
Rick Perry is the globalist choice to follow Barry Obama, who was sold to the American people as a savior following the Bush regime. He promised “change” and an end to the wars initiated under his predecessor during the election, but continued Bush’s policies after he swept into office.
Ron Paul told Alex Jones’ audience that the American people should pay close attention to Perry and look beyond his Tea Party rhetoric (for instance, slamming the Federal Reserve) and examine his past deeds as a minion of the elite.
This article was posted: Thursday, September 1, 2011 at 8:32 am