Is there a Manchurian candidate running your government?
Have elections been rigged to put that candidate into power?
On 14 May 2010, Gideon Rachman, at the Financial Times (Fear that now unites Britain and Europe), appears to explain Nick Clegg, Britain's new deputy prime minister:
"Mr Clegg’s European credentials are so perfect that I have sometimes idly fantasised that he is not a human being at all, but a cyborg built by scientists in a basement in Brussels, with the express purpose of transforming British politics.
"Perhaps he is a European version of the Manchurian candidate – the Luxembourg compromise made flesh?
"As Mr Clegg aced the television debates during the election, I imagined his creators cackling with glee – terrified only that something would go wrong with his wiring and he would suddenly start to speak in German...
"This week’s events in Britain and Brussels may be a foretaste of a new political era in Europe – defined by debt and the fear."
The powers-that-be want us to be frightened and in debt?
Gideon Rachman knows what is going on.
He knows that the new Liberal Democrat Conservative alliance will have the parliamentary majority needed to push the agenda of the powers-that-be.
Gideon Rachman wrote an article for the Financial Times on 8 December 2008: 'And now for a world government.'