Truth feeder
Kurt Nimmo
Prison Planet.com
Wednesday, March 3, 2010


Reuters describes Perry as a “conservative” with “strong anti-Washington rhetoric” in a report this morning on his primary win for the Texas governorship. “We’re taking our country back — one vote at a time, one election at a time,” he said.

Perry beat fellow globalist Kay Bailey Hutchinson and constitutionalist Debra Medina. Perry will face former Houston Mayor Bill White in the November general election. White beat Houston businessman Farouk Shami in the Democratic primary.

Medina’s campaign suffered a lethal blow after she was attacked by Glenn Beck, who characterized her as a 9/11 truther. Medina spent the rest of the campaign engaged in damage control.

Rick Perry has masqueraded as a proponent of states’ rights while pushing through the NAFTA superhighway and the globalist agenda.

The Texas leg of the NAFTA superhighway, also known as the Trans-Texas Corridor, will be financed by Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte, a foreign investment consortium based in Spain. In 2007, it was reported that Perry received substantial campaign contributions from Cintra and Zachry Construction Company, the San Antonio-based construction firm selected by TxDOT to build out the TTC.

In February, 2007, Perry bypassed the Texas legislature and issued an order making Texas the first state to require that schoolgirls get Gardasil vaccinations. Despite the fact Gardasil is dangerous, government agencies have been subsidizing its sales, recommending its use, and even talking about requiring it.

Perry attended the 2007 Bilderberg meeting in Istanbul, Turkey. “Texas Governor Rick Perry is amongst the attendees at this year’s secretive Bilderberg Group meeting in Istanbul Turkey, but his visit could be a violation of the Logan Act, a 1799 law that criminalizes unauthorized U.S. citizens from negotiating with foreign governments,” Paul Joseph Watson wrote on May 31, 2007.

Kay Bailey Hutchinson is also a member of the Bilderberg Group. She voted for the so-called Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, which authorized the creation of the Troubled Assets Relief Program and facilitated the bankster bailout.