Mating Habits of the Illuminati
August 15, 2010Ever heard of a Jew named Brian Mulroney?
By Henry Makow, Ph.D.
That's former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney holding his grandson Brian Mulroney in his right arm, (and twin brother John in his left.) They were born last Thursday.
The ex-Prime Minister (1984-1993) is a back slapping Irish Catholic politician. His grandson and namesake, according to Jewish law, is a Jew.
Illuminati go'fer families want to become full members of the club, and this seems to involve marrying an Illuminati Jew.
In Oct 2008, Brian's son Ben Mulroney, a TV celebrity reporter, married Jessica Brownstein, a "fashion stylist", daughter of a prominent Montreal Jewish textile manufacturer, Stephen Brownstein. Her great uncle also manufactures shoes and has a chain of stores. I'd be surprised if they weren't connected with the Masonic (Illuminati) B'nai Brith.
Brian Mulroney, and billionaire industrialist Paul Desmarais Sr. (Power Corp. Canadian Branch Manager for Rockefeller-Rothschilds) attended the ceremony, at Our Lady Chapel in St. Patrick's Basilica.
Following the ceremony, there was a dinner of filet mignon and fish for the guests -- who were joined by Quebec Premier Jean Charest and media magnate Pierre-Karl Péladeau -- at the posh Mount Royal Club on Sherbrooke St. W.
How far we've come from the days when Jews and Catholics were at each others' throat in Quebec. But it does seem strange. Msgr. Francis John Coyle of St. Patrick's Basilica officiated and the ceremony was also blessed by Rabbi Leigh Lerner of Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom in Westmount.
Other rabbis were critical of Lerner's officiating at the wedding.
Marilyn Golfman, the bride's aunt, said the Catholic and Jewish elements of the ceremony fit together well.
"I think it's fantastic," said Golfman. She echoed guests at the wedding when she said she hoped the couple "live a long and happy life together."
Mila Mulroney, the groom's mother, beamed with pride as she emerged after the wedding. "They picked every word of it themselves," she said about the vows, which included readings from the Bible. "They said the traditional vows in their own way. It was very well done."
Mrs. Mulroney (nee Pivnicki) is the daughter of a doctor who conducted LSD experiments for the CIA at McGill University.
Mrs. Mulroney must be used to mixed marriages. In Sept. 2000, her eldest daughter Caroline married Andrew Lapham MD, son of legendary Harper's Magazine editor Lewis Lapham. I'm not sure Lapham is Jewish but if he isn't, it would be unusual. His great grandfather made a fortune in the leather industry and was a founder of Texaco.
The 400-guest event was attended by such notables as Queen Noor of Jordan and former U.S. president George H.W. Bush. It featured a performance by Vancouver singer Michael Bublé.
The Mulroneys are Illuminati chore boys. Brian Mulroney's great achievement was bringing Canada into the North American Free Trade Agreement, a major step to North American Union and Illuminati world government.
When he left office, he was the most despised politician in Canada. His party was obliterated. Even now, he is dogged by accusations he took kickbacks on the purchase of Air Canada passenger planes from Airbus.
There are many examples of Illuminati front families marrying into the club.
A couple of weeks ago Chelsea Clinton married, Marc Mezvinsky, a Jewish investment banker whose Congressman father served time for fraud. In 1997, Al Gore's daughter Karenna Gore married Andrew Schiff the grandson of Jacob Schiff, a major Illuminati figure. Hillary Clinton's Muslim-born chief of Staff, Huma Abedin, rumored to be Clinton's lesbian paramour, recently married Jewish Rep. Anthony Weiner.
The Illuminati is obviously a closely knit club characterized by intermarriage. But you don't have to be Jewish to join. You can marry one.
Note: Everyone wants some Jewish mojo. Even Black basketball stars are searching for their Jewish roots and hiring rabbis to advise them
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