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Carroll Quigley, Tragedy  and hope (CHAPTER 8) :
>>>>  The Rape of Russia Bush and Gorbachev exited the world stage during the early 1990’s. Bush losing his 1992 reelection bid to fellow Yale alumnus and CFR member Bill Clinton; and Gorby yielding the reins of the new democratic Russia over to the inept drunkard, Boris Yeltsin.

Bill and Hillary Clinton rode into office on the back of a massive media propaganda push. The themes were “Hope” and “Change”; mantras repeated over and over again. Behind the empty platitudes, at least in the realm of foreign affairs, was the same old Globalist effort to destroy Russia. During his nomination speech at the 1992 Democrat Convention, Clinton paid homage to his Georgetown University mentor, Professor Carroll Quigley: “As a teenager I heard John Kennedy’s summons to citizenship. And then, as a student at Georgetown, I heard that call clarified by a professor named Carroll Quigley..”

Days earlier, the Globalist Washington Post had also linked Clinton to Quigley: “Throughout his (Clinton’s) career he has evoked [Quigley’s lectures] in speeches as the rhetorical foundation for his political philosophy,”
The significance of “Slick Willie’s” prime time shout out to one of his late idols was not lost on students of the Globalist movement. Back in 1966, Carroll Quigley, who had also taught at Princeton and Harvard, caused quite a stir in the “conspiracy theory” community when he published Tragedy and Hope, a heavy tome in which Quigley boasted of his connections to the ruling class while describing what their hidden plans for the world were. <<<<<<



















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