Both candidates are rigidly backed by important
members of the Trilateral Commission who hijacked the Executive Branch of the
By Patrick Wood, Editor August 5, 2008
Will it matter if Obama or McCain are elected in November? Hardly.
Both are rigidly backed by important members of the
Trilateral Commission who hijacked the Executive Branch of the
In Obama’s case, Zbigniew Brzezinski (co-founder of the Commission in 1973) is emerging as his principal advisor on foreign policy. Ex-Fed Chairman Paul Volker has made a once-in-a-lifetime, glowing endorsement of Obama. Madelyn Albright is seen sitting next to Obama in several conferences. Shoot, even Jimmy Carter himself endorses Obama. All are top members of the Commission.
John McCain is being supported by several Trilateral Commission giants including: Henry Kissinger, George Schultz, Lawrence Eagleburger and Alexander Haig. All of these are ex-Secretaries of State who issued a joint endorsement of McCain early-on in his campaign.
And, unless Obama shoots both of his own feet
(or…?) before the general presidential election in November, he is most
likely to be the next president of the
You would think that Americans would want to know who
the “special interests” are that are embodied by this Trilateral
Commission, and what they intend to do or not do with
What is the Trilateral Commission?
The Trilateral Commission was founded by the
persistent maneuvering of David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski in 1973. Rockefeller
was chairman of the ultra-powerful Chase Manhattan Bank, a director of many
major multinational corporations and "endowment funds" and had long
been a central figure in the Council on Foreign Relations
(CFR). Brzezinski, a brilliant prognosticator of one-world idealism, was a
Brzezinski served as the Commission's first executive director from its inception in 1973 until late 1976 when he was appointed by President Jimmy Carter as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs.
The initial Commission membership was approximately
three hundred, with roughly one hundred each from Europe,
The word commission was puzzling since it is usually
associated with instrumentalities set up by governments. It seemed out of place
with a so-called private group unless we could determine that it really was an
arm of a government - an unseen government, different from the visible
If the Council on Foreign Relations could be said to
be a spawning ground for the concepts of one-world idealism, then the
Trilateral Commission was the "task force" assembled to assault the
beachheads. Already the Commission had placed its members in the top posts the
Jimmy Carter: The first Trilateral president
President James Earl Carter, the country politician
who promised, "I will never lie to you," was chosen to join the Commission by Brzezinski in 1973. It was Brzezinski, in
fact, who first identified Carter as presidential timber, and subsequently
educated him in economics, foreign policy, and the ins-and-outs of world
politics. Upon Carter's election, Brzezinski was appointed assistant to the
president for national security matters. Commonly, he was called the head of
the National Security Council because he answered only to the president - some
said Brzezinski held the second most powerful position in the
Carter's running mate, Walter Mondale, was also a
member of the Commission. (If you are trying to calculate the odds of three
virtually unknown men, out of over sixty Commissioners from the
On January 7, 1977 Time Magazine, whose editor-in-chief, Hedley Donovan was a powerful Trilateral, named President Carter "Man of the Year." The sixteen-page article in that issue not only failed to mention Carter's connection with the Commission but also stated the following:
“As he searched for Cabinet appointees, Carter seemed at times hesitant and frustrated disconcertingly out of character. His lack of ties to Washington and the Party Establishment - qualities that helped raise him to the White House - carry potential dangers. He does not know the Federal Government or the pressures it creates. He does not really know the politicians whom he will need to help him run the country.”
Was this portrait of Carter as a political innocent simply inaccurate or was it deliberately misleading? By December 25, 1976 - two weeks before the Time article appeared - Carter had already chosen his cabinet. Three of his cabinet members – Cyrus Vance, Michael Blumenthal, and Harold Brown - were Trilateral Commissioners; and the other non-Commission members were not unsympathetic to Commission objectives and operations. In addition, Carter had appointed another fourteen Trilateral Commissioners to top government posts, including:
· C. Fred Bergsten (Under Secretary of Treasury)
· James Schlesinger (Secretary of Energy)
· Elliot Richardson (Delegate to Law of the Sea)
(Chief envoy to
· Andrew Young (Ambassador to the United Nations).
As of 25 December 1976, therefore, there were nineteen
Trilaterals, including Carter and Mondale, holding tremendous political power.
These presidential appointees represented almost one-third of the Trilateral
Commission members from the
Realities of the
In 1972, Brzezinski's wrote that "nation-state as
a fundamental unit of man's organized life has ceased to be the principal
creative force: International banks and multinational corporations are acting
and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the
The late Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) was one of a very few people who understood what Brzezinski was alluding to, when he issued a clear and precise warning in his 1979 book, With No Apologies:
“The Trilateral Commission is international and is intended to be the vehicle for multinational consolidation of the commercial and banking interests by seizing control of the political government of the United States. The Trilateral Commission represents a skillful, coordinated effort to seize control and consolidate the four centers of power – political, monetary, intellectual and ecclesiastical.”
Trilateral Entrenchment: 1980-2008
Every Administration since Carter has had top-level Trilateral Commission representation through the President or Vice-President, or both! George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Al Gore and Dick Cheney are all members.
In turn, these have appointed their Trilateral cronies to top positions in their Administrations.
For instance, six out of seven World Bank presidents have been members of the Commission. Eight out of ten USTR’s (U.S. Trade Representative) have been members.
Secretaries of State include Henry Kissinger, Cyrus Vance, Alexander Haig, George Schultz, Lawrence Eagleburger, Warren Christopher and Madeleine Albright. Yep, all members of the Trilateral Commission.
Follow the money, follow the power
You decide which is scarier: Obama and Brzezinski or McCain and Henry Kissinger?
Either way, Americans will continue to lose…
Every major crisis we face today is directly attributable to policies put forth and executed by members of this Trilateral Commission: Banking/lending/mortgage crisis, energy/gas price crisis, food/shortage/price crisis.
In addition, in the last fifteen to twenty years we
have lost of millions of prime manufacturing jobs to
Remember Brzezinski's vision that "international banks and multinational corporations are acting and planning in terms that are far in advance of the political concepts of the nation-state"?
Well, that’s been true enough. But, for all their acting and planning at the expense of our own prosperity and sovereignty, who wants or needs more of the same under Obama or McCain? With friends like this, who needs enemies?
For several Presidential elections now, this writer has voted according to the philosophy of voting for the “lesser of two evils.” Never again!
A vote for either Obama or McCain is a vote
for the complete destruction