John McCain is under suspicion of being on the Rothschilds payroll… in other news the sky is blue.


By JG Vibes
September 8, 2013

It has long been known by many in the alternative research community that pretty much every politician in the western world is basically an employee of the ruling class, which is made up of a handful of traditionally powerful families including the Rothschilds andRockefellers.

Recently John McCain came under suspicion of “accepting improper contributions” from the Rothschild family during a recent trip to London.

The Guardian reported that the situation in question involves a fundraising luncheon held in March at London’s Spencer House, during McCain’s visit  to the United Kingdom this March. An invitation to the event lists Lord Rothschild and Nathaniel Rothschild as hosts, and indicates the event was made possible with their “kind permission”.

“The question is whether or not the Rothschilds paid for the event, the venue, the catering, or any other related costs,” said Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton.

Tickets to the event cost $1,000 to $2,300, and the luncheon dress code was “lounge suits,” the Washington Post reported in March.

While it is true that nearly every politician is on the Rothschilds payroll, the case of McCain is especially interesting because he is always one of the loudest war hawks.

During the 2008 election cycle McCain’s formal contributors were exposed by, showing millions of dollars in contributions from big wall street banks, government agencies, and defense contractors.

People seem to be catching on to this blatant corruption though, recently at a town hall meeting John McCain was hounded by concerned people who did not want to go to war in Syria.



[1] McCain accused of accepting improper donations from Rothschilds – The Guardian

[2] Top Contributors – Open Secrets


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