Hillary Wants to be World Bank President

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The grip of the One-World Globalists is tightening.

Remember Hillary Clinton saying that she doesn’t plan on staying as Secretary of State? At the same time, she also denied that she has her eyes on the presidency in 2012.

All true.

That’s because the job she’s really after is President of the World Bank.

Lesley Wroughton of Reuters reports just minutes ago that “Hillary Clinton has been in discussions with the White House about leaving her job next year to become head of the World Bank, sources familiar with the discussions said on Thursday.”

Read the rest of the article here.

Remember that just the other day it was none other than the World Bank that, in the name of combating Global Warming/Climate Change, proposed the plan for a “global fuel tax” on the world’s airlines and shipping.

H/t beloved fellow Judy.


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6 responses to “Hillary Wants to be World Bank President

  1. No, it’s not your imagination, sage!

    I heard Rush saying this morning that if Huma Weiner indeed is pregnant, Hillary must be the father. LOL

  2. When she said she was leaving politics all I could think was what is she planning instead? Now, we know. Gives me the shivers.

  3. The Reuters story is another reason the United States needs to withdraw from the United Nations and World Bank. These institutions are nothing but toxic for the United States and American citizens.

  4. Top US admin officials are denying this story. Hmm, denial? Standard MO for politicians…


  5. Her and Robert McNamara…

  6. Yes, I just read that denial myself. Top US administration says: It is 100% untrue.

    Let’s see, this is from the same administration that has lied about everything… Maybe not this particular staff person, but why quibble?

    Let’s pick this apart: “Hilary has been in discussions with the White House about leaving”: 100% true.

    About becoming the head of the world bank: Are they suggesting that topic has never been discussed or considered? Really? Not even a “Wouldn’t it be great if I became the head of the bank…” You’re telling me that this has never been mentioned, ever, to anyone in the White House? Why don’t I believe them?


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