Thursday, October 13, 2016

Bizarre: In Hacked Email, Trump Blackballed by Powerful Secret Society with Occult Ties

Colin Powell's hacked emails, according to David Bixenspan (LawNewz), "relate to his experiences attending the secretive, shadowy Bohemian Grove encampment this past July. Bohemian Grove was described in a 2011 Washington Post article by Elizabeth Flock as a gathering of “some of the richest and most powerful men in the world gather at a 2,700 acre campground in Monte Rio, Calif., for two weeks of heavy drinking, super-secret talks, druid worship, ... and other rituals.” Only one of these rituals, shot by conspiracy theorist Alex Jones exists on video.

The hacked email, sent by Powell to former Canadian Attorney General Peter MacKay on July 24th, reveals Powell talking about how the Bohemian Grove attendees are planning to vote in the upcoming presidential election. (See the above-linked David Bixenspan article for the contents of the email.)

According to Michael Matt, who recently commented on this email, "The theoretical end game of the (Bohemian Grove) retreat is 'to escape the "frontier culture," or uncivilized interests, of common men.' Members and guests reportedly included former Vice President Dick Cheney, Walter Cronkite, Clint Eastwood, and most Republican presidents since Dwight Eisenhower. So it's no surprise that Powell is on their list of elites, but what is surprising is how willing he is to dish on the meetings."

My comment: If this is what the Republican ruling elites do in private gatherings, can one can hardly imagine what their Democrat counterparts do.


Anonymous said...

Religion, hierarchies, power... these are everywhere across the board, in liberal, conservative, religious and atheist circles. Hard to know what to make of it all. A friend saw a contraband video of Mormon temple ceremonies I found absurd, and the comment was, "Seems an awfully lot like what priests do up front at the Mass." I did not agree, but her reaction gave me pause.

Mark Citadel said...

The two parties are one in the same. Party politics has always been a sham. They work together and have cordial disagreements, but still there is only one party, and it is anti-God.

Anonymous said...


There is a broad spectrum of views within each 'party,' and an even broader one within the country and its people as a whole. I wouldn't let the distasteful charades and gotcha-grab news bites distract me from the possible differences at issue between a potential Hillary vs. Donald win.

Someone posted a link to a video discussion between two Catholic traditionalists that I found helpful. It may have even been on this website. Here:

As grim as things are, if Catholics hadn't opted out of voting for less than ideal candidates back in the eighties, we might not have had decisions like Roe v Wade of Obergefell v. Hodges on the Supreme Court. The next president may be able to appoint as many as four new supreme court justices. If we throw up our hands and opt out, it's a sure win for the female antichrist.