September 20, 2010
The establishment is pulling out all the stops to shoot down Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell.
First it was former Nixon dirty trickster and Bush’s brain, Karl Rove, who characterized her as “nutty” and a reprobate for taking two decades to pay off her student loans.
Now a decade old video clip as surfaced where O’Donnell admits to dabbling in witchcraft.
It looks like Ms. O’Donnell will face a withering barrage of negative publicity as she heads into the mid-term elections. Both Democrats and Republicans are determined to trash the real Tea Party and any candidate who appears to be an outsider. O’Donnell, who obviously has a few issues, will be the poster child for that effort. Her idiosyncrasies will be superimposed upon the entire movement.
It is ironic that the establishment would claim O’Donnell is connected to occultism when the practice is at the core of their ideology. From Bohemian Grove to Skull and Bones, the elite are obsessed with the occult.
Skull and Bones, dismissed by the corporate media as a harmless college fraternity, is an offshoot of the German Brotherhood of Death Society. Its roster reads like a Who’s Who of the global elite — Bush, Harriman, Phelps, Rockefeller, Taft, and Whitney.
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Bohemian Grove, centered around the occult Cremation of Care ceremony, is an offshoot of Skull and Bones. Its elite membership includes the likes of Bush and his son, Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Helmut Schmidt, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Henry Kissinger and other high-powered luminaries, including members of the corporate media that is now demonizing Christine O’Donnell.
Arnold Schwarzenegger likes to wear the SS Totenkopf, or Death’s Head — the German word for “skull of a dead man” — as a belt buckle. The Nazis, who slaughtered around 30 million people, were fond of the symbol. Hitler was obsessed with the occult. Schwarzenegger has said Hilter was a great leader.
In 2005, we learned that former British PM Tony Blair and his wife Cherie practice occult ceremonies. In 2004, the London Times revealed that Blair made political decisions based on New Age readings of a hidden force called “The Light,” often referred to as Lucifer by occultists.
The global elite know the vast majority of people are turned off by witchcraft and other occult practices and that is why they are using O’Donnell’s decade-plus old comment to take her down.
Christine O’Donnell’s youthful meandering into witchcraft is certainly worrisome. However, it is nowhere as worrisome as the occultist and satanist obsessions of the people who now rule the planet and are determined at all cost to destroy the Tea Party and any grassroots political movement outside of their control.
Kurt Nimmo edits Infowars.com. He is the author of Another Day in the Empire: Life In Neoconservative America.