Although it is not widely publicized, the common bond between George Soros and Hillary Clinton is their progressive agenda to form a New World Order (NWO). She is very proud to be a “progressive” American:
As the players are deserting the Obama administration, this “opportunity” to take charge of the World Bank will let her retain her credibility on the world stage. Imagine the possibilities for Mr. Soros with Hillary as the head of the World Bank and Christine Lagarde (another close confidant of Mr. Soros) as the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Also imagine what the future will hold for freedom once the United States is relegated to its rightful position in the world as just another fiefdom in the open society of the NWO. “Because without America there is no Free World” is more than the motto of Canada Free Press: it is the truth. And what better way to undermine America than to have a former Secretary of State in your pocket. Consider the information and connections that will be compromised in her new role.
Of course, Hillary cannot leave without a final coup de grace:
President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are entering negotiations over — or seeking ratification of — five treaties that could radically limit our national sovereignty and the reach of our democratic institutions. Particularly scary is that the treaties, once signed and ratified, have the same status as constitutional law and cannot be altered or eclipsed by Congress or state legislatures. And their provisions must be enforced by U.S. courts.
Those who wish to preserve our sovereignty and democratic control over our future must rally to block these treaties, either by pressing Obama and Clinton not to sign them or by blocking their ratification.
Small-arms control — Clinton is about to negotiate on a global ban on export of small arms. It would only apply to private citizens but, of course, most small-arms deals come not from individuals or private firms but from governments, specifically those of the United States, Russia, China and Israel. The treaty would require each nation to adopt measures to stop exportation of small arms. It is easy to see how this could be a backdoor way to require national registration of all guns and to assert federal regulation over firearms. It would also require the registration of all ammunition to track its source once a gun is fired. The Second Amendment be damned!
We all know what comes after a populace is disarmed by the government. America is at the precipice. As George Washington showed us, it is time for an Appeal to Heaven if we want to give our children freedom. The alternative must NEVER be allowed to happen.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been in discussions with the White House about leaving her job next year to become head of the World Bank, sources familiar with the discussions said on Thursday.
The former first lady and onetime political rival to President Barack Obama quickly became one of the most influential members of his Cabinet after she began her tenure at State in early 2009.
She has said publicly she did not plan to stay on at the State Department for more than four years. Associates say Clinton has expressed interest in having the World Bank job should the bank’s current president, Robert Zoellick, leave at the end of his term, in the middle of 2012.
“Hillary Clinton wants the job,” said one source who knows the secretary well.
Revelations of the discussions could hurt Clinton’s efforts as America’s top diplomat if she is seen as a lame duck in the job at a time of great foreign policy challenges for the Obama administration.
Under normal circumstances, names of potential candidates for the World Bank would not surface more than a year before the post becomes vacant. But the timing of the discussions is not unusual this year given the sudden opening of the top job at the bank’s sister organization, the IMF, after Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s resignation following his arrest on charges of sexually assaulting a hotel maid in New York.
The World Bank provides billions of dollars in development funds to the poorest countries and is also at the center of issues such as climate change, rebuilding countries emerging from conflict and recently the transitions to democracy in Tunisia and Egypt.