[Editor's Note: Arnold is a very likelable guy in his public
personae. As long as he makes movies and does talk shows (and provides material
for standup comics), I'm fine with him. As Govenor of California, however,
he will implement the Illuminati fascist agenda faster than any of the other
candidates who are running because Arnold
IS Illuminati. He's married to Maria Schriever who is part of the Kennedy
clan, and the Kennedy clan is one of the 13 major Illuminati bloodlines
in America (see the book The Top 13 Illuminati Bloodlines by Fritz
Springmeier). His father was an Austrian Nazi police chief who joined
the Nazi party before Hitler took over Austria. Arnold said that he admired
Hitler in a 1975 (?) interview which he now says he doesn't remember. He's
also fond of another ex-Nazi by the name of Kurt Waldheim, formerly head
of the UN, who Arnold publicly embraced at his wedding and campaigned for
when he was running for president of Austria. Arnold is being advised by
top Illuminati people like Warren Buffet and Rothchild. How in-your-face
does it have to get before people start connecting the dots? (If you are
unaware of the intimate connection between the survivors and decendants
of the people who were running Nazi Germany and the people who today are
controlling America, then you have a lot of reading to do.) All of the AM
radio talk show spinmeisters (EVERY single AM talk show host here in California)
are pumping hard for Arhnold' to win. Doesn't that seem a little 'odd' in
the real world that every AM talk show host show host should favor Arnold,
a virtual beginner in the world of politics; a man who was incapable of
answering even ONE serious political question put to him by reporters about
his position on this or that in the first week following his announcement
All Illuminati people look good in public. They dress well,
look handsome, and have lots of money. They have nice manners and seem the
embodiment of civilized humanity, but they are (literally) satanic reptilians
(snakes) under that spiffy veneer and they are the world's Masters of Deception
(just ask Arizona Wilder who made a 1999 video interview with David Icke
called Revelations of a Mother Goddess). All is not what it appears
to be. In fact, nothing is what it appears to be. It's likely Arnold
will 'win' the election though, as he's the Illuminati's Main Boy and has
all the spinmeisters behind him, along with the Illuminati connections to
grease the slide right into the governor's chair. It doesn't matter what
people do at those electronic voting machines anymore. Electronic voting
machines hearlded the virtual death of honest elections in this country.
Of course, the author of the article below is also a spinmeister, but he's
spinning for the Democrats. His attempt to paint Gray (and Bustamente) as
the good guys in the outrageous electric rate doubling swindle here in California
is ludicrous. ..Ken Adachi]
by Greg Palast
Oct. 4, 2003
It's not what Arnold Schwarzenegger did to the girls a decade
back that should raise an eyebrow. According to a series of memoranda our
office obtained today, it's his dalliance with the boys in a hotel room
just two years ago that's the real scandal.
The wannabe governor has yet to deny that on May 17, 2001, at the Peninsula
Hotel in Los Angeles, he had consensual political intercourse with Enron
chieftain Kenneth Lay. Also frolicking with Arnold and Ken was convicted
stock swindler Mike Milken.
Now, thirty-four pages of internal Enron memoranda have just come through
this reporter's fax machine tell all about the tryst between Maria's husband
and the corporate con men. It turns out that Schwarzenegger knowingly joined
the hush-hush encounter as part of a campaign to sabotage a Davis-Bustamante
plan to make Enron and other power pirates then ravaging California pay
back the $9 billion in illicit profits they carried off.
Here's the story Arnold doesn't want you to hear. The biggest single threat
to Ken Lay and the electricity lords is a private lawsuit filed last year
under California's unique Civil Code provision 17200, the "Unfair Business
Practices Act." This litigation, heading to trial now in Los Angeles,
would make the power companies return the $9 billion they filched from California
electricity and gas customers.
It takes real cojones to bring such a suit. Who's the plaintiff taking on
the bad guys? Cruz Bustamante, Lieutenant Governor and reluctant leading
candidate against Schwarzenegger.
Now follow the action. One month after Cruz brings suit, Enron's Lay calls
an emergency secret meeting in L.A. of his political buck-buddies, including
Arnold. Their plan, to undercut Davis (according to Enron memos) and "solve"
the energy crisis -- that is, make the Bustamante legal threat go away.
How can that be done? Follow the trail with me.
While Bustamante's kicking Enron butt in court, the Davis Administration
is simultaneously demanding that George Bush's energy regulators order the
$9 billion refund. Don't hold your breath: Bush's Federal Energy Regulatory
Commission is headed by a guy proposed by … Ken Lay.
But Bush's boys on the commission have a problem. The evidence against the
electricity barons is rock solid: fraudulent reporting of sales transactions,
megawatt "laundering," fake power delivery scheduling and straight
out conspiracy (including meetings in hotel rooms).
So the Bush commissioners cook up a terrific scheme: charge the companies
with conspiracy but offer them, behind closed doors, deals in which they
have to pay only two cents on each dollar they filched.
Problem: the slap-on-the-wrist refunds won't sail if the
Governor of California won't play along. Solution: Re-call the Governor.
New Problem: the guy most likely to replace Davis is not Mr. Musclehead,
but Cruz Bustamante, even a bigger threat to the power companies than Davis.
Solution: smear Cruz because -- heaven forbid! he took donations from Injuns
(instead of Ken Lay).
The pay-off? Once Arnold is Governor, he blesses the sweetheart settlements
with the power companies. When that happens, Bustamante's court cases are
probably lost. There aren't many judges who will let a case go to trial
to protect a state if that a governor has already allowed the matter to
be "settled" by a regulatory agency.
So think about this. The state of California is in the hole by $8 billion
for the coming year. That's chump change next to the $8 TRILLION in deficits
and surplus losses planned and incurred by George Bush. Nevertheless, the
$8 billion deficit is the hanging rope California's right wing is using
to lynch Governor Davis.
Yet only Davis and Bustamante are taking direct against to get back the
$9 billion that was vacuumed out of the state by Enron, Reliant, Dynegy,
Williams Company and the other Texas bandits who squeezed the state by the
But if Arnold is selected, it's 'hasta la vista' to the $9 billion. When
the electricity emperors whistle, Arnold comes -- to the Peninsula Hotel
or the Governor's mansion. The he-man turns pussycat and curls up in their
I asked Mr. Muscle's PR people to comment on the new Enron memos -- and
his strange silence on Bustamante's suit or Davis' petition. But Arnold
was too busy shaving off his Hitlerian mustache to respond.
Greg Palast is author of the New York Times bestseller, "The Best Democracy
Money Can Buy" as well as "Regulation and Democracy" (with
Theo MacGregor and Jerrold Oppenheim), the United Nations guide to utility
deregulation. Read Palast's commentaries at www.GregPalast.com. Reprints
permitted. Contact: email@example.com. The Enron memos were discovered
by the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, Los Angeles,
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