30 noiembrie 2012

Comisia Trilaterală


This is a good time to step back and look at the big pic­ture. The fol­lowing 24 minute inter­view on the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion was aired last week by WHDT on the east coast, reaching a poten­tial of 6 mil­lion viewers. It is an appro­priate back­ground for the cur­rent discussion.
Every Admin­is­tra­tion since Jimmy Carter has been dom­i­nated by this group of super-elitists. The eco­nomic poli­cies they imple­mented were accom­plished with lead­er­ship from their own mem­bers as they worked their way into top levels of gov­ern­ments around the world.
In the U.S., the Com­mis­sion began its hege­mony over the U.S. Exec­u­tive Branch with the selec­tion of Jimmy Carter and Walter Mon­dale to run on the pres­i­den­tial ticket in 1975. First, they inducted them into mem­ber­ship and “trained” them in mat­ters of for­eign and eco­nomic policy. Sec­ondly, they backed and orches­trated their suc­cessful elec­tion, with ample help from mem­bers of the media who were also rep­re­sented on the Com­mis­sion. Thirdly, as soon as Carter was inau­gu­rated, he filled his cab­inet and other key appoint­ments with fellow mem­bers of the Tri­lat­eral Commission.
No less than twenty eight per­cent of the U.S. mem­ber­ship of the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion ended up serving in the Carter Admin­is­tra­tion. Mind you, the North Amer­ican mem­bers only rep­re­sented one-third of the total mem­ber­ship – the others were from Europe and Japan!
So, whose poli­cies were actu­ally imple­mented in the U.S.? Not Amer­ican poli­cies. Not Congress-created or approved poli­cies. Not Con­sti­tu­tional poli­cies. Rather, it was the glob­alist poli­cies ham­mered out in pri­vate meet­ings by Com­mis­sioners from Europe, Japan and North America!
Since 1976, six out of eight World Bank pres­i­dents appointed by the U.S. Pres­i­dent have been Com­mis­sion mem­bers; eight out of eleven U.S. Trade Rep­re­sen­ta­tives; seven out of twelve Sec­re­taries of State; nine out of thir­teen Sec­re­taries of Defense. Of our exec­u­tive leaders, mem­bers have included Jimmy Carter, Walter Mon­dale, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Al Gore and Dick Cheney.
Not bad for such a tiny group that picks its own mem­bers, writes its own poli­cies, and then launches their mem­bers into public office. In the early 1980′s, a member of the Com­mis­sion actu­ally responded to me that it was just coin­ci­dence and that the high quality of people within the Com­mis­sion made it a com­pelling resource to pull appointees from. He lied; not just a pas­sive lie or with­holding of part of the truth – he com­pletely and falsely misled with intent to deceive and conceal.
As 2012 draws to a close, the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion is “first and ten” on the goal line of ful­filling all of its orig­inal objec­tives, espe­cially the cre­ation of a “New Inter­na­tional Eco­nomic Order.”
As I have pre­vi­ously written, how­ever, the ulti­mate Tri­lat­eral goal is to estab­lish an eco­nomic system based on Tech­noc­racy: A “green” economy that will be reg­u­lated by energy (and carbon) as opposed to supply and demand. The nat­ural resources nec­es­sary for all pro­duc­tion will be sequestered away into a “global trust fund” where the “trustees” will be the top global elite fam­i­lies. (The analogy of “global trust” and “trustees” is my own, although you will hear the term “global com­mons” used fre­quently in glob­alist writ­ings.) Pri­vate prop­erty will be elim­i­nated. Short-term essen­tials for staying alive will be granted to cit­i­zens in good standing with the elite. Resources needed for man­u­fac­turing will be made avail­able only to chosen elite-connected organizations.
My favorite term for this coming New World Order is “neo-feudalism.”
Country music legend Merle Travis wrote the song “Six­teen Tons” back in 1946:
Now, some people say a man’s made out of mud,
But a poor man’s made out of muscle and blood,
Muscle and blood, skin and bones,
A mind that’s weak and a back that’s strong.
You load six­teen tons and what do you get?
Another day older and deeper in debt.
Saint Peter, don’t you call me ’cause I can’t go,
l owe my soul to the com­pany store.
It is not enough for the global elite to merely own all the resources… they will even­tu­ally own your soul as well.

Update on Benghazi

On November 1, 2012, I wrote “The Beng­hazi Affair: Tri­lat­eral Policy Failure Or Suc­cess?“, sug­gesting that the President’s National Secu­rity Adviser, Thomas Donilon, is the most likely can­di­date to have orches­trated the Beng­hazi dis­aster, including the editing of the CIA report that clearly stated that the attack on the Con­sulate was accom­plished by ter­ror­ists with an al-Qaeda con­nec­tion. Donilon, along with U.N. Ambas­sador Susan Rice, are both mem­bers of the Tri­lat­eral Com­mis­sion. Plus, Donilon’s asso­ci­a­tion with Obama goes way back, even to their days at Harvard.


Two days before my analysis, I had missed a TV inter­view with Newt Gin­grich, where he stated very plainly,
“There is a rumor — I want to be clear, it’s a rumor — that at least two net­works have emails from the National Secu­rity Adviser’s office telling a counter-terrorism group to stand down,” Gin­grich said. “But they were a group in real-time trying to mobi­lize marines and C-130s and the fighter air­craft, and they were told explic­itly by the White House stand down and do nothing. This is not a ter­rorist action. If that is true, and I’ve been told this by a fairly reli­able U.S. sen­ator, if that is true and comes out, I think it raises enor­mous ques­tions about the president’s role, and Tom Donilon, the National Secu­rity Adviser’s role, the Sec­re­tary of Defense Leon Panetta, who has taken it on his own shoul­ders, that he said don’t go. And that is, I think, very dubious, given that the pres­i­dent said he had instruc­tions they are sup­posed to do every­thing they could to secure Amer­ican personnel.”
To my knowl­edge, there has not been any other men­tion of Donilon or these “rumored” emails since then. Gin­grich was careful to call his sus­pi­cions a rumor, but the details of his state­ment are far too spe­cific and plau­sible to dismiss.
What­ever twisted and non-American poli­cies that are being car­ried out in the Mideast, both Tri­lat­erals Donilon and Rice are in the middle of the heat.

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