The Real Jimmy Carter

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Though there have been Presidents more evil than Jimmy Carter, perhaps none was more of a phony. That’s because the cunning Carter, more so than any other White House scoundrel of the past century, built his political career by cynically promoting himself as a pious “born again” Christian – a simple “peanut farmer” who came out of nowhere to heal the post-Nixon wounds. Nothing could have been further from the truth than this carefully crafted facade. For that reason, we here at The Anti-New York Times have no qualms about re-exposing this almost forgotten degenerate con-man from the 1970′s. Carter’s treatable cancer – announced with great fanfare by the pathological attention-seeker himself – is his problem, not ours.

 

Shortly after founding the Trilateral Commission in 1973, Zbigniew Brzezinski, the diabolical right-hand man of Globalist King-Maker David Rockefeller, recruited Jimmy Carter, the nationally unknown Governor of Georgia, for membership in the elite Globalist group. By early 1976, Carter – the simple peanut farmer and “outsider” who came out of nowhere – was rocketed to victory after victory in Democrat Presidential Primaries. He went on to unseat Gerald Ford (also a Trilateralist) to become the 39th President of the United States.

 

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1- The logo 6-6-6 of the Trilateral Commission. Brezinski and Rockefeller on left (3rd & 4th from the wall)

2- The saintly “Christian outsider” confers with his Trilateralist advisers; Brzezinksi and Vance (Secretary of State)

 

Carter stacked his administration with Trilateralists, tapping his handler Brzezinski for the position of National Security Adviser. His one-term record of failure and destruction has since been whitewashed and forgotten by many. Time for a brief review of some of the more memorable “mistakes”:

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