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    January 21, 2017

    Is Trump the Rothschild's President?






    
    Lord Jacob Rothschild and David Rockefeller, photographed at the latter’s residence.
    Photograph by Annie Leibovitz.






    January 21, 2017 - Fort Russ News


    Komsomolskaya Pravda - Translated by Kristina Kharlova


    The Clintons - are the representatives of the "collective Rockefellers" trying at any price to maintain the current US dominance in the world - says the Director of the Institute of Globalization Issues Mikhail Delyagin. - It is impossible to save. The world is moving towards global depression, in which global markets will disintegrate into macro-regions... The "collective Rothschilds" bet on Trump, who have come to terms with the inevitability of the break up of the world into macro-regions and who want to prepare for this prospect, not drag in its tail. I emphasize "collective Rothschilds." Because this clan brings together not only the family of the famous European bankers, other financiers, industrialists of the Old world, but also the overseas tycoons. For example, the richest brothers on the planet, Charles and David Koch. In Russia they are not widely known, although for the fourth consecutive year they are on the top ten richest "Forbes" list.


    (...)

    Delyagin was not alone. At the beginning of September 2015, doctor of philosophical sciences Vladimir Shalak conducted a content analysis of Twitter article titles with the names of the candidates in the most popular American mass media. And he found out that at the start of the presidential race is the name Trump was deliberately hammered into the heads of voters. He appeared more than Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, regarded as the main contenders for the White House. Although Donald was in the 19th place of the 23 candidates in cash donations. "The real masters of the USA are tired of the Bush clan and the Clintons, concluded Shalak on September 6th, 2015. - Experiment with Obama has been a failure and threatens to turn into a disaster. They made a bet on Trump!"

    He wrote this 14 months before the election. Before the favorites of Republicans and Democrats have emerged! A few days later he tested his method of content-analysis on the British press, close to the United States. The same Anglo-Saxons...

    The results were even steeper. At the beginning of September 2015 Donald Trump had 9.8 times more articles than Jeb Bush, and 2.9 times more than Hillary Clinton.





    Also Shalak referred to a mysterious picture on the website of the Rothschild's Economist magazine: "A helicopter flying in the sky helicopter saying TRUMP, carrying Trump's wig. What's the meaning? Is Trump bald? Then why write his name on the helicopter. We all know what his wig looks like, and the inscription does not fit as it indicates that the helicopter belongs to Trump. Another possible interpretation - We will cover all of you with Trump's wig."

    The Economist, incidentally, loves all sorts of mysterious pictures.

    By the way, leading researcher of the RAS Institute of Philosophy Vladimir Shalak accurately predicted both Brexit and Trump's win, where the absolute majority of experts, forecasters, and politicians had failed.

    Therefore, his conclusions should be taken seriously.





    Part 2 coming soon...


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