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Help KeyWiki expose George Soros.

Follow this blue link to our extensive KeyWiki page on Soros. 173,000 views so far and counting.

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Trevor Loudon

Trevor Loudon is the author of “Barack Obama and the Enemies Within,” an oft referenced work that exposed the President’s extensive Marxist background and the soon to be released The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress

He is also the Editor of this blog TrevorLoudon.com and of KeyWiki.org, an online encyclopedia exposing the covert side of U.S. politics.

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  • David Foran says:

    All,

    I have compiled, summarized, and “connected the dots” with regard to George Soros’ Open Society Cult and the puppet American presidency that Soros purchased. There is also quite a lot about Obama’s terrorist friends in the Weather Underground and their connections to the President. I credit Trevor Loudon as well as David Horowitz and many others with substantial amounts of my research. This research is summarized in “Erroneous Drones” available in paperback http://amzn.to/NLG7Z2. It is also available for Kindle and Nook for only $3. http://amzn.to/Kpyblh
    Enjoy!

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