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Saturday, June 13, 2015

SMOKE SCREEN ALERT -- THINGS WE NEED TO KNOW AND DON'T NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HILLARY CLINTON


Knowledge is Power in Our Struggle for Racial Survival
(Information that should be shared with as many of our people as possible -- do your part to counter Jewish control of the mainstream media -- pass it on and spread the word)


by Val Koinen
June 13, 2015

Damn, it just seems to get weirder and weirder every day.  Sometimes I feel like I'm going to have to start drinking something stronger than coffee when I read my pathetic excuse for a local news rag in the morning.

They recently changed the format of the front page to a scattered collection of headlines and spintro blurbs that refer to actual stories inside the paper -- no doubt trying to make it look like a website home page on the internet.

One of those in this morning's paper, just below a couple others with the titles 'EUROPE TAKES AIM AT GENDER NOTIONS' (a real sicko, anti-Western Civilization Jewish end-game type story) and 'SPOKANE NAACP LEADER'S RACE QUESTIONED' (another daily dose of racial insanity) reads as follows:
'PRESIDENTIAL RACE' -- 'CLINTON TO TELL MOM'S STORY'
'Hoping to show that she is driven by more than ambition, Hillary Rodham Clinton is changing tactics for her 2016 campaign.  And that includes plans this weekend to discuss her mother's difficult childhood.'
Then, at the end of the tearjerker story itself, on page six, it says:
'Talking so extensively about Rodham [her mother] indicates a shift for Clinton, from a private, reluctant politician to a 67-year-old candidate who, according to her friends and aides, is running the campaign she wants to run.'
'A sympathetic tale of her mother's struggles could help Clinton convince a struggling middle class that she understands their problems, aides said.'
Just wondering, here -- have I missed something when it comes to the essentials of how to evaluate Presidential candidates?  Am I alone in having the thought, after reading all this gibberish:  'Gosh, I'm more interested in Hillary's habitual lying, her ineptitude in office, her queer-compliant lesbophilia, and her criminal, power-mad, Marxist, and anti-White adulthood than I am in her mother's childhood?'  After all, what we are talking about here is Hillary Clinton's qualifications (or lack thereof) to be President of the United States, isn't it?