Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The Pentagon and agencies choose Obama, the Chinese military stick with Hu
Posted by Benjamin Fulford
November 8, 2012
Barack Obama’s victory in the electronically-rigged US presidential election means he will remain the spokesman for the pentagon and the agencies over the next 4 years. These same agencies recently have actively leaked information about Romney’s drug money laundering and other criminal activities in a clear sign of a military-industrial complex revolt against the Bush Nazi faction, according to CIA and other sources. The Dragon family also supported Obama because he agreed to go along with their agenda, according to White Dragon Society sources in Indonesia.
A push by libertarians and militia movements to write in Ron Paul, meanwhile, was squashed by higher military ranks, because of Paul’s proposal to close US bases world-wide.
However, the biggest losers were the Zionists, who were hoping Romney would help them realize their dream of starting World War 3.
In China meanwhile, the old guard kept Hu Jintao in charge of the military to make sure incoming leader Xi Xinping keeps within the consensus of a peaceful rise of China and does not provoke unnecessary macho violent incidents.
The big changes as usual, remain under the surface as a consensus on the shape of the new financial system slowly gels.
Here the Lee family, the one that has traditionally worked the closest with the Western committee of 300 secret government faction, is emerging as a pivotal force. The models they are holding up for future US/China/EU relations are Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Vancouver, Canada. These regions have also successfully and harmoniously integrated the strong points of both Western and Asian culture while avoiding pervasive corruption.
There is a general consensus among both Western and Asian secret government factions in favor of the formation of a new world economic planning agency run along the lines of the meritocratic bureaucracies mentioned above that have merged the best of Western (Roman) legal culture with Asian (Chinese) bureaucratic culture.