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Daniel 11 and Clinton's Presidency

Daniel 11:
20 Then shall stand up in his estate a raiser of taxes in the glory of the kingdom: but within few days he shall be destroyed, neither in anger, nor in battle. 

Vice President H.W. Bush was elected President after the glory days of Ronald Reagan. During his administration he made a boastful promise to the American people during a press conference. His immortalized, famous line was, "Read my lips, no new taxes!" See it here:

Needless to say, he did raise taxes and the Democratic opposition reminded the American people of that during his running for re-election and he was defeated by Governor Bill Clinton.
President Bush was destroyed (defeated and turned out), by his own doing; neither in anger, nor in battle.

21 And in his estate shall stand up a vile person, to whom they shall not give the honour of the kingdom: but he shall come in peaceably, and obtain the kingdom by flatteries.
And in his estate shall stand up a vile person.....
Vile is right when it comes to President Clinton. He brought the sodomite out of the closet, committed adultery in the Oval Office and committed unspeakable acts on a number of unfortunate ladies during his term in office.
........they shall not give the honour of the kingdom.........

From the moment he took office until the day he left he was embroiled in scandal. Starting with Filegate and Travelgate, suffering impeachment, ending his term in office eight years later shamefully in Monicagate, he left the White House in dishonor.
......and obtain the kingdom by flatteries.
Tevi Tory nailed it in his article  for the National Review, "Freedom Frenzy: A Look at Presidential Reading Lists", dtd. 9/11/10:
"Presidential reading is also part of any White House’s efforts at intellectual outreach. Bill Clinton recognized that by flattering intellectuals and highlighting their books, he could often gain their support. For instance, he left Yale law professor Stephen Carter’s The Culture of Disbelief on his desk where reporters could see it; Carter’s book got the expected press mentions, and odds are that Carter was more favorably inclined to the administration as a result."
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This article, by Pulitzer Prize winning author, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, titled, "The Mysteries of Bill Clinton", is a real eye opener. It shows the power of seducing spirits at work in their host:
"The first thing you notice about William Jefferson Clinton is how tall he is. The second is the seductive power he has of making you feel, from the first moment of meeting, that he is someone you know well. The third is his sharp intelligence, which allows you to speak to him about anything at all, even the prickliest topics, provided you know when to bring it up.
Even so, someone not enamored of him forewarned me:
"The dangerous thing about these gifts is that Clinton uses them to make you feel that nothing could interest him more than what you are saying to him."
Flattering the Donald
The video now circulating social and political sites that features Bill Clinton flattering Donald Trump.

In Praise of Flattery
Monday, July 24, 2000
The ancient Greeks believed the greatest danger to the democracy they invented was demagoguery, the flattering of the people � a device Bill Clinton always exploits when he's in hot water. (On the day the House opened its impeachment inquiry, Clinton said, "I trust the American people. They almost always get it right." And they believed him because it was a pleasing fiction.),8599,2050734,00.html 


Power to the People
Sarah Boseley
Monday 11 August 2008
Much of it is to do with health - Clinton's influence, his ability to flatter, charm and persuade, has had great success in negotiating down drug prices for Aids and malaria for the developing world.