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February 3, 2016

(video) The Secret Right – Council for National Policy (CNP)

I don’t know how important this group is, but it may be significant. Joyce Riley mentioned the CNP (Council for National Policy) on The Power Hour, 1/22/16 (minute-48:40). Dr. Stanley Monteith invited her to speak at one of their events, and she got a cold response when she mentioned George Bush (didn’t say which one) in relation to the vaccine issue. Doesn’t sound good.

Film producer Josh Reeves says in Volume Two: “All paths lead to Rome.” Apparently, he believes Rome controls all of the secret societies, which I don’t find to be true.

This video, Volume One, meanders in many directions other than the CNP. These are some points I found worth noting.

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Founded by Tim LaHaye

Jesuits, John Birch Society

1.07:40 Members of CNP appear as opponent debaters on TV shows

1.32 Knights of Malta membership: Bushes, Murdoch, Reagan, Bill Clinton, Buchanan, Rothschild, Buckley, Santorum, Hoover, Kissinger, Rockefellers, Mandela, Himmler, Horowitz, Dulles, Bloomberg, Chertoff, Blair, Moon, etc..

1.34:30 Bohemian Grove

Bohemian Grove owl misidentified as Moloch; actually the Roman goddess Minerva (Athena in Greek mythology), the goddess of wisdom and war — on the state seal of California.

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THE SECRET RIGHT VOLUME ONE-Josh Reeves(HIGH DEF)

Josh Reeves

Uploaded on May 31, 2010

Related:

How the Big Brother controls “alternative” media — Council for National Policy (CNP)

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