President of the United States of America

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Employment.png President of the United States of America 
(President)
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Presidential Seal

Start2009-01-20
Leader ofUnited States Homeland Security Council
DeputyVice President of the United States
Websitehttp://www.whitehouse.gov/
The US President is the head of the US Government, in the event of his death, the US Vice President accedes to the post.Boss of the US/Vice President.

Control

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Mark Gorton notes that the US presidency has been under the more or less direct control of the same cabal who were responsible for the 1963 JFK Assassination ever since.[1]

Bilderberg

So far 2 US President have visited the Bilderberg at least once:

 Bilderberg meetingsDescription
Bill Clinton1US deep politician, husband of Hillary Clinton
Gerald Ford2US Deep State functionary who was US President after The Cabal removed Richard Nixon with the Watergate Coup

 

Office Holders on Wikispooks

NameFromToDeputyDescription
Joe Biden20 January 2021“I wake up every morning, look at Jill, and say ‘where the hell are we?’”
Donald Trump20 January 201720 January 2021The only federal officeholder in American history to be impeached twice.
Barack Obama20 January 200920 January 2017Joe BidenPromised "change you can believe in", and although the US public believed in it, no change was forthcoming.
George W. Bush20 January 200120 January 2009Front man for the US deep state led by his father.
Bill Clinton20 January 199320 January 2001Al GoreSenior member of the US deep state. Impeached for purjury.
George H. W. Bush20 January 198920 January 1993"Embarked on a massive criminal romp"...
Ronald Reagan20 January 198120 January 1989Front man for the US Deep State run by his VP, George H. W. Bush
Jimmy Carter20 January 197720 January 1981Walter MondaleA relatively enlightened presidency, although he was unable to restrain the US Deep state.
Gerald Ford9 August 197420 January 1977Nelson RockefellerWebster Tarpley notes that Gerald Ford's administration, brought about by the Watergate coup, was the first big career break for many of the political "heavies" that we are "plagued with" up to today.
Richard Nixon20 January 19699 August 1974Nixon resigned in the wake of the Watergate coup. The public were heavily misinformed about this, but knowing what he was up against, Nixon decided not to challenge the cabal which removed him from power. The first act of his successor was to pardon him from future legal action, thus effectively preventing legal action and permanently blackening his name.
Lyndon Johnson22 November 196320 January 1969Hubert HumphreyAn ambitious psychopath who is generally agreed to have played a significant or possibly leading role in organising the assassination of JFK. He established the Warren Commission to cover up the JFK assassination. He reversed JFK's decision to reduce troop numbers in Vietnam and instead escalated the war.
JFK20 January 196122 November 1963Lyndon B. JohnsonIn his brief presidency, Kennedy's independent attitude upset a lot of people in the establishment.
Dwight D. Eisenhower20 January 195320 January 1961Was unable to restrain the rise of the military-intelligence complex, but warned people about it in his farewell address.
Harry S. Truman12 April 194520 January 1953Alben BarkleyAgainst his better judgement, he was persuaded to create the CIA, something he later came to regret.
Franklin D. Roosevelt4 March 193312 April 1945Harry S. Truman
Henry Agard Wallace
John Garner
Herbert Hoover4 March 19294 March 1933
Calvin Coolidge2 August 19234 March 1929Charles G. Dawes
Warren G. Harding4 March 19212 August 1923
Woodrow Wilson4 March 19134 March 1921Thomas R. MarshallControlled by The Monet Trust through Edward Mandell House, who had no official position in government but lived at the White House.
William Howard Taft4 March 19094 March 1913
Theodore Roosevelt14 September 19014 March 1909
William McKinley4 March 189714 September 1901
Benjamin Harrison4 March 18894 March 1893
James Garfield4 March 188119 September 1881Assassinated
Abraham Lincoln4 March 186115 April 1865
Zachary Taylor4 March 18499 July 1850
Andrew Jackson4 March 18294 March 1837
James Monroe4 March 18174 March 1825
James Madison4 March 18094 March 1817
Thomas Jefferson4 March 18014 March 1809
George Washington30 April 17894 March 1797

 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthor
Edward Mandell Housethe President is to perpetuate the slavery of Americans. By design we have been kept bankrupt and insolvent by an ancient, evil system of pledging. Central Banksters have been profiting at our expense for over 70 years.”Edward Mandell House
Gore Vidal“It doesn’t actually make any difference whether the President is Republican or Democrat. The genius of the American ruling class is that it has been able to make the people think that they have had something to do with the electing of presidents for 200 years when they’ve had absolutely nothing to say about the candidates or the policies or the way the country is run. A very small group controls just about everything.”Gore Vidal


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