Shepard Ambellas and Alex Thomas
The Intel Hub Radio
Similar to the co-opting of the tea parties, the mainstream media, along with their puppet masters behind the curtain, plan to push a new centrist movement as a means to infiltrate individuals who have pushed themselves out of the false left-right paradigm. The goal is to once again posture before the elections, putting all the players and pieces in place far in advance in order to control all candidates for the 2012 election.
Around that time, Palin announced that she had ‘no desire to run for the presidency, however during the show Beck was pumping her up to be the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Now McCain one of Obamas biggest critics came out saying ‘I think there’s a number of issues we could work on together, and I think it’s pretty clear that the president has really pivoted to a much more centrist position, which I think makes it much more for us easier to work with him’.
That’s right, John McCain is hoping to persuade America that Obama has moved more to the center. McCain, the same man who some believe covered up the atrocities of the American government in Vietnam, has worked for the globalists from day one and may being using the word centrist to further intrigue the dumb downed populous.
Be on the look out for corporate sponsored fake centrists for the 2012 election. Michael Collins Piper of America Free Press has written extensively on this subject, exposing this Rothschild sponsored “Centrist” Movement.
“Yes, the Rothschild dynasty-connected billionaire families and financial groups who own the mass media in America—interlocked with the banking interests controlling privately owned Federal Reserve System that dominates the world economic system—are planning to spring a “centrist” third party on the American people.” wrote Piper in late December.
Collins exposed the No Labels group as purely controlled by the elitists. One of the key financial contributes is James Tisch.
Below is The Hill’s article:
The president has become more centrist, which makes him easier to work with, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Thursday.
Speaking with Bloomberg Television a day after a private meeting with President Obama, McCain said he could picture working with Obama on several issues going forward.
“I think there’s a number of issues we could work on together, and I think it’s pretty clear that the president has really pivoted to a much more centrist position, which I think makes it much more for us easier to work with him,” McCain said.
McCain said his meeting with Obama was “cordial,” as his relationship with the president has been.