Monday, January 16, 2012

NEWT WORLD ORDER (Newt Gingrich) #AnonOpMayhem Dox PART 2

NEWT WORLD ORDER (Newt Gingrich) #AnonOpMayhem Dox PART 2

Oh haiiii we're back with moarrrrrrr infos! lulz and if you feel the need to contact Gingrich you can reach him here:

we thought this rather lulzy.. Newt Gingrich redirector!

So lets get started...

First up Gingrich has a history of Voter Fraud.

“We hired somebody who turned in false signatures. We turned in 11,100  -- we needed 10,000 — 1,500 of them were by one guy who frankly  committed fraud," Gingrich told a woman at a campaign stop in Algona,  Iowa.
Newt Gingrich commited massive voter fraud.

More on Gingrich's corrupt history.

According to Bloomberg News, Gingrich is said now to have been paid between $1.6 and 1.8 million by Freddie Mac, which he claims were for "consulting fees" under two contracts with Freddy Mac after he left Congress. For reasons unclear, it was obviously payoff time and payoff money, undoubtedly for things done while in office.

Gingrich On Iran

this in November 2011...
Then this happens in January 2012..

Since Newt Gingrich is a Bohemian Grove member here are some activities reported to go on at Bohemian Grove.

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Public Respect for Gingrich...
FU, Newt Gingrich

Newt & 9/11 & Gingrich's Planned Police State.

9/11 Newt Gingrich Recommended A Homeland Security Agency Led By FEMA In March 2001
"They should every once in a while have allowed an attack to get through just to show us..!" ~ Gingrich

Newt “World Order” Gingrich supported GATT, NAFTA and WTO while in Congress.

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Criminal History: Wiki is NOT Gingrich best friend apparently...
From Wikipedia:
 Ethics sanctions
Eighty-four ethics charges were filed against Gingrich during his  term as speaker. After extensive investigation and negotiation by the House Ethics Committee,  Gingrich was sanctioned $300,000 by a 395–28 House vote. It was the  first time in history a speaker was disciplined for ethical wrongdoing.[63]
In January 1997, Gingrich said "I did not manage the effort intensely  enough to thoroughly direct or review information being submitted to  the committee on my behalf. In my name and over my signature,  inaccurate, incomplete and unreliable statements were given to the  committee, but I did not intend to mislead the committee."[64]  Most of the charges were dropped, in one case because there was no  evidence that Gingrich was still violating, as of the time of the  investigation, the rule that he was found to have violated in the past.[65]  The one charge not dropped was a charge of claiming tax-exempt status  for a college course run for political purposes. In addition, the House  Ethics Committee concluded that inaccurate information supplied to  investigators represented "intentional or ... reckless" disregard of  House rules.[66]
Special Counsel James M. Cole concluded that Gingrich violated  federal tax law and had lied to the ethics panel in an effort to force  the committee to dismiss the complaint against him. The full committee  panel did not agree whether tax law had been violated and left that  issue up to the IRS.[66]  In 1999, the IRS cleared the organizations connected with the "Renewing  American Civilization" courses under investigation for possible tax  violations.[67]
According to notes written by Gingrich in 1993, which were included in the House report in 1997 and published by Slate in 2011, Gingrich had a 25-year plan.[68]  As Gingrich's "primary mission", the notes list, "advocate of  civilization", "definer of civilization", "teacher of the rules of  civilization", "arouser of those who form civilization", "organizer of  the pro-civilization activists", and "leader (possibly) of the  civilizing forces".[68]  According to the plan, Gingrich would write a series of books and make  public appearances to present "Gingrich the historian applying the  lessons of history to public life".[68]


Gingrich's official portrait as Speaker
Republicans lost five seats in the House in the 1998 elections—the  worst midterm performance in 64 years for a party that didn't hold the  presidency. Polls showed that Gingrich and the Republican Party's attempt to remove President Clinton from office was deeply unpopular among voters.[71]  Gingrich suffered much of the blame for the election loss. Facing a  rebellion in the Republican caucus, he announced on November 5, 1998,  that he would not only stand down as Speaker, but would leave the House  as well.[72]
Gingrich made this announcement only a day after being elected to an  11th term from his district. Commenting on his departure, Gingrich said,  "I'm willing to lead but I'm not willing to preside over people who are  cannibals. My only fear would be that if I tried to stay, it would just  overshadow whoever my successor is."[73]

Gingrich has written about his interest in animals.[152][153] G
hrmm hang about wasn't there a Beastiality Clause added to NDAA legalising it within the military... Did Gingrich have anything to do with this yo!?

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