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President Trump has appointed at least two Mormons to top positions in U.S. Government, Rex Tillerson to U.S. Secretary Of State

Jon Huntsman U.S. Ambassador to Russia, with hundreds of the faithful long embedded in lower government positions. The 'Deal'

is made with an All- powerful alleged-religious combine.  Sadly, America and the world will mourn.

 

ONCE INVISIBLE GOVERNMENT NOW VISIBLE

The question...................future liberty

Arise! alert to sacrifice

 

Boycott the 'beastly mark' Mormon mastery

To tract all persons thoughts and deeds

 

Boycott this 'all powerful apostate Masonry

With it's assassin grip 'on all U.S. politics"

 

Boycott their 'common cause' new century

Buy not........sell not..........use not

 

Boycott the chaos-creator's 'pale' tyranny

Who's lackeys 'openly now' in lethal power rule

 

(C) h j Dean

 

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4 hours ago, Harry J.Dean said:

ONCE INVISIBLE GOVERNMENT NOW VISIBLE

The question...................future liberty

Arise! alert to sacrifice

 

Boycott the 'beastly mark' Mormon mastery

To tract all persons thoughts and deeds

 

Boycott this 'all powerful apostate Masonry

With it's assassin grip 'on all U.S. politics"

 

Boycott their 'common cause' new century

Buy not........sell not..........use not

 

Boycott the chaos-creator's 'pale' tyranny

Who's lackeys 'openly now' in lethal power rule


Huh?

 

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The forum has considerately provided us Trump worried members with a side political thread link.

Could someone post that again here?

With that said, I can understand someone feeling the level of concern about this subject that the original poster expressed regards this new regime.

I feel it too.  

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50 minutes ago, Joe Bauer said:

The forum has considerately provided us Trump worried members with a side political thread link.

Could someone post that again here?

With that said, I can understand someone feeling the level of concern about this subject that the original poster expressed regards this new regime.

I feel it too.  

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?/forum/278-trump-campaign-and-presidency-discussion/

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I'd be much more concerned over the CFR and it's influence (Judge Gorsuch and Nat'l Sec Advisor McMaster are both CFR).  In fact recently one of the Trump talking heads was standing in front of a CFR sign on the wall.   All religions have their zealots...  CFR is a much bigger religion than Mormon...  B)

https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/25475-some-of-trump-s-picks-have-troubling-links-to-globalism-cfr  

McMaster and Gorsuch are only the two most recent CFR additions to the Trump Team. Others have already been documented in the pages of The New American. And a regular commentator in the comments section of this magazine's online portal, who goes by the username St_Robert_Bellarmine, has compiled a significant list of Trump's senior CFR-linked and globalist-tied appointees, some of whom have attended the globalist Bilderberg summit or have ties to globalist billionaire David Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission, a CFR-type body focusing on America, Europe, and Japan.    

Among them are Robert Lighthizer, the U.S. trade representative, who is listed as a current member of CFR, despite the globalist outfit's key role in imposing the very multilateral “free-trade” regimes that Trump has opposed for harming America and undermining U.S. sovereignty. Another is Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, a CFR member with troubling links to the Communist Chinese dictatorship. She also happens to be married to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and may have been a bargaining chip in getting other nominees approved by establishment Republicans in Congress.  

Then there are a number of non-members who nevertheless have troubling ties to the CFR and other globalist organizations. Exxon-Mobil, of course, is a “founder” corporate member of the CFR. And despite not being an official member himself, Rex Tillerson boasted to CFR members in a speech that he shared their views on globalism. “Like the Council’s founders, I believe we must choose the course of greater international engagements,” Tillerson said in a 2007 event at the CFR.

Another controversial figure is Steven Mnuchin, Trump's treasury secretary and a former executive with “vampire squid” international bank Goldman Sachs. Like Exxon-Mobil, the globalist bank is also listed as a “founder” corporate member of the CFR. And Mnuchin, while not listed publicly as a member of CFR, was a member of the secret “Skull and Bones” society at Yale that has been exposed for being involved in dark and deeply disturbing rituals. George W. Bush and John Kerry were also members, though both refused to talk about it while running against each other for president.  

Then there are at least two cabinet members in the Trump administration who have attended the annual Bilderberg summit, where top globalists, politicians, bankers, communists, royalty, and crony capitalists meet once a year to plot policy behind closed doors and recruit useful idiots to their globalist cause. The first is former Texas Governor Rick Perry, a Republican who serves as Trump's energy secretary. The other is Secretary of Defense James Mattis, a military man who attended the 2015 Bilderberg meeting in Austria as a “distinguished fellow” of the Hoover Institution.

The name Rothschild — the unfathomably wealthy banking dynasty — often pops up in connection with Bilderberg, billionaire George Soros, and other organs and individuals associated with the globalist establishment and the central banking cartel. And it just so happens that Trump's commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, was a senior managing director at Rothschild, Inc., before joining Trump's team. Soros, the extreme left-wing agitator, was also a Rothschild protege.

Of course, hoping for a cabinet entirely devoid of people with links to the establishment swamp — at least for now — might be a bit unrealistic. After all, the nominees had to get through Senate confirmation, and there are more than a few CFR operatives and globalist shills still haunting the halls of Congress. And to be fair, on the campaign trail, Trump did say he had “respect” for CFR boss Richard Haass, a leading globalist operative who has publicly grumbled about Trump and his agenda. Trump's team has also said publicly that all cabinet members agreed to go along with the president's America First agenda.  

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