Bohemian Grove, "the last place in the world I'd wanna be" -Former Homeland Security Chief

In Nashua New Hampshire Gary Franchi from the Lone Lantern Society and Restore the Republic, met up with Tom Ridge, the former Pennsylvania governor and very first Secretary of Homeland Security. He looks goofy and is best known for color coded terror alerts, duct tape and plastic but that is only an image. He is a pawn of the New World Order and throughout the interview he reveals how sly he can be.

The meeting was brief but Franchi managed to tackle multiple subjects, he begins with the merging of The United States Canada and Mexico, the North American Union, and the controversial idea of a common currency. Ridge heads right for the whitewash, agreeing to the idea of an integrated economy but adding that the idea is fifty to hundred years out, citing too much resistance from the people. He offers the intentional, yet poor example of the EU, “look it took the Europeans fifty years to get that far .” Ridge knows that the European Union was formed incrementally, a deliberately long plan, long enough for no one to truly notice the enormity of it, until it was too late.
He has just told you his plans, as many NWO players do, and the trend continues.

Ridge goes on to praise the
9/11 Commission Report. A report that omitted questions from family members and a commission whose own chairmen declared it doomed from the get go.
He then begins to spin and gets into Real ID and RFID. He calls Real ID a bad idea and standardized Driver Licenses a good idea; even though they are one in the same! He also downplays the unconstitutionality of Real ID, and insists that the problem is monetary,
Federal mandates without federal funding. As for RFID, Ridge gets a bit confusing. He says, one thousand times no to RFID, yet he serves on SAVI’s board, a company "that was founded around RFID child-tracking” and is owned by Lockheed Martin.
Tom stands firmly against RFID… being put in his drivers license. He may put it on his dogs collar, which would be alright if you actually believe he holds the serf population in higher regard than his dog...not likely.

Although he wreaks of globalist he claims to have no membership to Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission or the Council on Foreign Relations, although he holds their points of view in high regard. But under a false sense of comfort he reveals his feelings about Bohemian Grove, when Franchi asks if he’s been invited,

“Those are eagles I run with the sparrows…I was invited once when I was the secretary of Homeland Security, and I thought the last place in the world I'd wanna be as secretary of homeland security was bohemian grove, looked bad and wasn’t right and I didn’t go, real simple."

Then he claims that he has no idea what they do there, at the all men retreat in the woods,but he definatly knows its not the place for him,

“there’s a lot of places I want to go and that s not high on the list.“

If you listen to global elite, you will hear their plans.