(“…an intern by the name of Hillary Rodham worked for the law firm of Treuhaft, Walker & Bernstein in the summer of 1971…”) Mystery Man (Hitler’s Son?) Exposed J.K. Rowling – henrymakow.com
…..In delving even further into Walker’s background it appears that she was an active member of the Communist party in the 1940s and 1950s as were Mitford and Treuhaft.
Despite what the elite would like us to believe, there is virtually no difference between Communism and Fascism, in practice. They are ‘sold’ to the masses as being at the opposite ends of the political spectrum to one another but perhaps a more accurate depiction of the linear political spectrum would be to think of it as a complete circle with Fascism at 1 minute before twelve o’clock and Communism at one minute past. For the record, Dobby Walker died in 2009.
(Current US Secretary of State before going underground.)
Also, interestingly enough, an intern by the name of Hillary Rodhamworked for the law firm of Treuhaft, Walker & Bernstein in the summer of 1971.
Whatever the truth really is, and it may never be known for sure, there is far more to all this than meets the eye. The rabbit-hole goes very deep indeed.
Excerpt from ‘The Falsification of History’ by John Hamer http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/john_hamer
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